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Color Line.jpg
Political Cartoon depicting the "color line" and race relations .

Wilmington Record, Manly editorial, Aug 1898.pdf
An editorial on race relations written by Alexander L. Manly in August 1898, and published in his paper, The Daily Record. This editorial was one of the catalysts for the subsequent race riot in Wilmington, NC, in which Manly's offices were burned.

Caroline Sadgwar Manly letter 5.pdf
A letter from Caroline Sadgwar Manly to her sons Milo and Lewin, discussing their father Alex during the Wilmington, NC race riot.

Cayton's weekly., October 11, 1919, Image 1.pdf
Page 1 of a scathing description of the social injustices that blacks often had to endure under white rule: specifically the creation of the "revolt" excuse in order to exact violence on people of color.

Cayton's weekly., October 11, 1919, Image 2.pdf
Page 2 of a scathing description of the social injustices that blacks often had to endure under white rule: specifically the creation of the "revolt" excuse in order to exact violence on people of color.

Philadelphia Race Riot.pdf
This letter to the editor by T.D. Adkins, pastor of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, praised the Tribune's coverage of the Philadelphia Race Riot of 1918. He preached for a more peaceful Philadelphia and society in general between the races.

Indianapolis Freeman - Nov 26, 1898 - Manly cartoon.jpg
A political cartoon from The Freeman, an African-American newspaper in Indianapolis, depicting the burning of Alexander Manly's offices in Wilmington, NC, in 1898.

Wilmington_Race_Riot.jpg
A photo depicting a race riot mob in Wilmington, North Carolina gathered outside a courthouse.
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