Negro Business League, 1900
- Digitized: 1900
Report on the first national meeting of the Negro Business League with President Booker T. Washington; aticle from Iowa State Bystander (Des Moines, IA; African-American newspaper), September 7, 1900, p. 1. Mentions that Pensacola representative was M. H. Lewey (sic) who spoke on "Negro Business Enterprises in Pensacola, Florida."
&nnsp; With report from The Freeman (Indianopolis, IN; an African-American newspaper) of the 1st national convention at Chicago, notng M. M. Lewey of Pensacola and his report on Negro businesses in Pensacola and the success of the Florida Sentinel newspaper. And also Topeka Plain Dealer (Topeka, KS; an African-American newspaper) report on League meeting, mentions Lewey.
&nnsp; With report from The Colored America(Washington, DC: an African-American newspaper) of the national convention in Chicago, also mentoning M. M. Lewey, the Florida Sentinel, of Pensacola, Florida.
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Physical Description Note
Digital issue, Iowa State Bystander, Des Moines, IA, September 7, 1900, p.1.
Contributor: Added by Dean DeBolt, 14 September 2015.