Funk, Isaac K. (Kaufmann), 1839-1912; The Literary Digest [Vol. IX, No. 15 (August 11, 1894)]
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One issue of The Literary Digest dated New York, August 11, 1894. Consists of articles related to current events, literature, science, religion, international affairs and other topics. An article entitled "An Anti-Lynching Crusade in America Begun" pertains to Ida B. Wells's campaign against lynchings of African Americans in the United States. Printed are reactions to Wells's work that some felt was unnecessary and others encouraged her to carry on.
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