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"Brevard County's Only Colored Newspaper" containing church, social, and news of general interest. Circulation in Cocoa, Merritt Island, and Mims every Saturday. The Script Collection includes volume I, number 1 from July 13, 1946, through February 8, 1947 totally twenty-nine issues with contributions from Harry T. Moore. Moore (1905-1951) was the founder of the first branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in Brevard County, Florida.
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Subject - Personal Names
Collins (Chief of Police); Knowles (Police Officer)
Elmer Silas (Cocoa, Fla.)
Special Christmas Issue Comes Out Dec. 21st: Will Be Increase In Circulation; Walter Robert Ware Jr., Wins Baby Contest: Judges Report Contest Close Agent (with photo of Walter Robert Ware Jr.); Funeral Held Tuesday For Emma Brown Of Melbourne; College Drive Is Successful Here; Bethune-Cookman Donors; Special Subscription Rate; TIMES THAT TRY MEN'S SOULS; DID YOU FORGET ANYTHING; Mt. Moriah A. M. E. Church; Ace High Club; City Briefs and Social News; The Trojan News; Cocoa Junior High School News; SPORTS; CARD OF THANKS; Receives Serious Wound In Brawl; Bullet Wound Fatal To Stonewall Jackson.
Number Of Pages
23 cm x 30 cm
Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex
The Script, "The Script, Vol. 01 No. 22, December 07, 1946" (1946). The Script. 21.