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Parker, Elsie Smith (fl. 1943) Both Sides of the Color Line

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09640.010 Author/Creator: Parker, Elsie Smith (fl. 1943) Place Written: Chicago, Illinois Type: Pamphlet Date: 1943 Pagination: 28 p. ; 20 x

One pamphlet entitled "Both Sides of the Color Line," by Elsie Smith Parker dated 1943, reporting on the relationship between race and property value. Pagination notes in orange marked throughout the essay. Originally printed in The Appraisal Journal, July 1943 issue.

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