Stone Collection: Volume 88 - Item 4
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4. The Colored American Magazine 7 (January 1904): 1-72.
Whole issue of “an illustrated monthly, devoted to literature, science, music, art, religion, facts, fiction and traditions of the Negro race.” The magazine is illustrated with photographs and displays advertisements in the front and back. This issue contains a report on the Lincoln Hospital in New York City and its training program for black nurses. The physicians at this hospital are white, but the nurses are African Americans. A photograph of nursing graduates from the December 1903 class appears as the issue’s frontispiece. This issue also contains the first in a series of articles entitled “Industrial Education; Will It Solve the Negro Problem?” The respondents to the question in this issue are T. Thomas Fortune and John Edward Bruce.