Stone Collection: Volume 89 - Item 11
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11. The Colored American Magazine 11 (August 1906): 71-142.
Whole issue of a monthly magazine for African Americans. This issue contains an article about prominent African Americans in Jackson, Mississippi. Among those highlighted in the article are Dr. S. D. Redmond, a physician who received his medical degree from Illinois Medical College, P. W. Howard, a black attorney, and J. A. Martin, principal of the Smith Robertson School in Jackson. The article has portraits of the three men, an inside view of Dr. Redmond’s drug store, and a group picture of the black Executive Committee of the American Trust and Savings Bank of Jackson.