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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 29, 1939)
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Saturday, July 29, 1939 Page 11 '
Out for a Stroll
Betty Jean James and Ollie Willis,
photographed' while strolling Sunday
'W. L. Myers, prominent undertaker photographed
with Mrs. Ernestine Postle, recent visit *r from De
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and Woodson Center.
Scene of crowd at softball game at
20th and Burdette St., between H. S. S.
PICNERS—Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Parker, Miss Asilee
Gallowaiy of Texas, Mrs. Boyd Galloway, and Master
Hercules at Tusksteee
Phot* shows E. L. Hercules,
(center) Feature Writer of Cal-1
vin’s Newspaper Service of New
York City, on a recent visit to
Tuskegee Institute, Ala. At right
is Dr. G. W. Carver, hinvself and
at left one of Dr. Carver’s assis
tants. Mr. Hercules has traveled
through twenty five states writ
ing feature articles on educational
institutions for Calvin Service. A
native of trinidad, Mr. Hercules
was educated in New York City
at Wiberforce University Ohio and
at McGill University Canada. He ■
likes journalism and likes the idea
of givinig to the public the con
structive and progressive side of
Negro life. He met Floyd J. Cal
vin Editor of Calvin Service some
years ago when as a student at
Wilberforce U. under the presi
dency of Dr. R. R. ’/'right now
Bishop Wright when Mr. Calvin
visited Wilberforce as a pioneer
traveling feature writer. Mr. Her
cules made a trip from Augustine
Ala. to New York to join Calvin
Service, and has had conspicuous
success, being the first foreign
born journalist to travel for the
American Negro Press. Heads of
educational institutions appreciate
his constructive attitude, and reco.
gnize him as a force for good in
Negro journalism. (Calvin Service.
C. C. Galloway and his kennel in tub informal poses
VICTIM—Mrs. Moore who was recently evicted
from her home in South Omaha. There were 12
children in the family.
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Jacqurline Lucky, popular Omaha
Many Ellen Dickerson and Irene Har
rcld photographed after leaving
CAUGHT DY the Candid Camera
Venida Swanson presented this striking picture
while strolling downtown.
SISTER and BRO_Boyd Galloway with his sister,
who is visiting here from Texas.
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