|Also known as:||Baltimore Afro-American; Afro; Afro-American Newspapers|
|Web site:||Afro website|
|First renewed issue:||no issue renewals found in CCE or registered works database|
|First renewed contribution in:||© March 16, 1940; see 1967 July-December|
The Afro-American (now also known as 'Afro') had variously titled editions around the country; the 1923-1964 editions I can find in Worldcat all appear to have 'Afro-American' in the title. The main edition was the Baltimore Afro-American. Keyword searches for 'Afro-American' in CCE and the registered works database turn up no active issue renewals. The first recorded contribution renewal was for Langston Hughes' 'Big Sea', whose renewal record says it was serialized in 'Afro-American newspapers' beginning in March 1940.
|Page responsibility:||John Mark Ockerbloom (ockerblo (at) pobox (dot) upenn (dot) edu)|
|Last updated:||January 4, 2018|
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