- Jazz Band, ca. 1940
- Protesting Racial Discrimination, Waterloo, 1950
- The Iowa Bystander Newspaper Brings Hope
- The Iowa Bystander Publisher Fights for Success
- African-American Legal Associations
- The Iowa Bystander Provides Communication
- The Depression Years
- King's Message
- Buxton: Racial harmony in an Iowa coal mining town
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The Iowa Bystander Provides Communication
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If it weren’t for the black news media, we would have had no way to communicate what was going on to each other except by word of mouth or by letter. And so the black newspaper The Iowa Bystander was extremely important in that it tried to cover all the areas of the state where there was a black population.
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