Negro statistical bulletin.
Washington,D.C., Bureau of the Census.
African American business enterprises.
African Americans in art.
African American air pilots.
African Americans > African Americans / Congresses.
African American businesspeople > African American businesspeople / Bibliography.
African American periodicals > African American periodicals / Bibliography.
African American newspapers > African American newspapers / Bibliography.
African Americans > African Americans / Periodicals > African Americans / Periodicals / Bibliography.
African Americans > African Americans / Bibliography.
Some bulletins issued with distinctive titles: What the Negro has done for the United States and Texas (no. 5); Progress of the Negro in Texas (no. 6); A selected list of books by and about the Negro (no. 7); Negro Chambers of Commerce (no. 8); Thumb-nail sketches of exhibiting artists (no. 9); Exhibition of fine arts productions by American Negroes (no. 10); Productions of boys and girls under art construction (no. 11); Negro trade associations (no. 13); Negro managed building and loan associations in Philadelphia (no. 14); Causes of Negro insurance company failures (no. 15); Tentative list of theaters catering to the Negro (no. 16); Tentative list of hotels operated by Negroes (no. 17).
Some bulletins issued in subseries with separate titles, each retaining same Bulletin number, e.g., Bulletin no. 1 consists of annual issues of: Negro newspapers and periodicals in the United States; no 2 of: Convention dates of Negro organizations; no. 3 of: Negro aviators; no. 4 of: Negroes in business.
Successively issued by: Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce (some through its Negro Affairs Division); Bureau of the Census.
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