1. William O. Walker, "Fifty-five Years With the Black Press," In Henry G. LaBrie III (ed.), Perspectives of the Black Press (Kennebunkport, Maine, 1974): 22; Virgil Vincent Hollingsworth, Sr., AThe Columbus Call and Post: The Founding of A Local Black Community Newspaper, 1962-1966: (Master's thesis, The Ohio State University, 1975): 55.
  2. Walker also held editorial positions at the Pittsburgh Courier and Journal & Guide. See Linda L. Ammons, "Content Analysis of a Black Newspaper: The Cleveland Call and Post," (Master's thesis, The Ohio State University, 1980): 16; Walker "Fifty-five Years With the Black Press," 19.
  3. "Cleveland's Call and Post," The Crisis 45, (Dec. 1938): 391, 404; Russell H. Davis, Black Americans in Cleveland: From George Peake to Carl B. Stokes 1796-1969 (Washington, D.C., 1972): 167-168.
  4. Davis, Black Americans in Cleveland, 298; Hollingsworth. "The Columbus Call and Post." 52.
  5. "Charles Loeb Dead at 73" (article), The Cleveland Call and Post, August 26, 1978, 1-A, 12-B; "Cleveland's Call and Post," 391, 402, 404; Hollingsworth, "The Columbus Call and Post," 54.
  6. "Charles Loeb Dead at 73" (article), The Cleveland Call and Post, August 26, 1978, 1-A, 12-B; "Cleveland's Call and Post," 391, 402, 404; Hollingsworth, "The Columbus Call and Post," 54.
  7. These papers included the Cleveland Eagle, Cleveland Herald and Cleveland Guide. See Davis, Black Americans in Cleveland, 298.
  8. John Spivak's interview with the defendants for the Associated Negro Press was published in the (Baltimore) Afro-American in 1933. See John L. Spivak, "Bugs and Ghosts Fill Cells of Scottsboro Boys --Scratch Scratch," The Afro-American, Apr. 8, 1933; P. Bernard Young, Jr., "Fear, Suffering Seen in Eyes of Scottsboro Boys," Journal and Guide, Apr. 24, 1937.
  9. William O. Walker, "Best Jail in South Declares Deputy," (article), The Cleveland Call and Post, Jan. 6, 1934, 1, 3.
  10. The two defendants were Clarence Norria and Heywood Patterson.

 

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