The Louisville Leader African-American community newspaper, published weekly in Louisville from 1917 to 1950, offers a perspective on local and national events not available in the mainstream media at the time. The newspaper's columns highlighting community members’ life events and activities may be of great interest to social historians and genealogists.
Original Publication Information
This was originally published in the "Genealogy Gems" column of Kentucky Libraries, volume 78, issue 2, in Spring 2014.
Howard, Rachel, "Old news - The Louisville Leader's genealogical gems." (2014). Faculty Scholarship. 7.
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