Summary of Content: Published by Voice Publishing Co. Contains reprint of Douglass’s ”Men of Color, to Arms” from the 2 March 1863 printing: ”This is our golden opportunity. Let us accept it and forever wipe out the dark reproaches unsparingly hurled against us by our enemies.” Also includes a printing of a radio speech by Mrs. Howard W. Coles on Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony (originally delivered 3 November 1947). Includes an article on Abraham Lincoln, and a quiz on African American history. Stamped ”Sample.” On first page, contains a print of a photograph of Douglass.
Background: Coles was an author, historian, and sociologist who focused his work on African Americans in Rochester and New York State. He wrote and published The Cradle of Freedom (1941), a scholarly history of African Americans in western New York.