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The Ohio Black Press in the 19th Century

1890s: Beyond Ohio

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  • William L. Anderson

    William L. Anderson was an editor of the Rostrum.
  • E.W.Curry

    E.W.B Curry, editor of Urbana Informer, was also a principal of the Curry Normal and Industrial School between 1889 and 1913 (unclear date).
  • Ralph Waldo Tyler

    Photograph of Ralph Waldo Tyler (1859-1921), Columbus Ohio newspaper reporter and editor, government official, essayist, and sole official African American war correspondent during World War I. Tyler was active in the Republican party and had an extensive correspondence with George A. Myers, owner of the Hollenden Barber Shop in Cleveland and a power in African American Republican politics in Ohio through his friendship with Marcus A. Hanna.
  • Samuel B. Hill

  • Hotel Sumner

    Advertisement of Hotel Sumner, located at 296&298 W 5th Street, Cincinnati.
  • Ohio Republican

    Detroit-based Black newspaper, Plaindealer, once mentioned the Ohio Republican in an article, "The Ohio Republican" on September 23, 1892 (page 3).
  • Black Press in the 1890s

    I. Garland Penn's estimation of the Black Press in the 1880s and 1890s