Anti-Slavery Examiner. American Anti-Slavery Society;
Anti-Slavery Record. American Anti-Slavery Society;
Brown American. National Association of Negroes in American Industries;
Colored American Magazine.
Color Line: A Monthly Round-Up of the Facts of Negro American Progress and
of the Growth of American Democracy.
Crisis: A Record of the Darker Races. NAACP;
Fire!! Devoted to Younger Negro Artists.
Messenger: World’s Greatest Negro Monthly.
National Negro Health News.
National Negro Voice.
Negro Music Journal: A Monthly, Devoted to the Educational Interest of the Negro in Music.
Negro Quarterly: A Review of Negro Life and Culture.
Negro Story: A Magazine for All Americans.
Quarterly Review of Higher Education among Negroes.
Race Relations: A Monthly Summary of Events and Trends.
Trade throughout the World.
Southern Frontier. Commission on Interracial Cooperation;
Voice of the Negro.
The San Antonio Register, the city's second black-oriented, locally focused, weekly newspaper, was founded by its owner and publisher, Valmo C. Bellinger, and first appeared in print on April 10, 1931. For the next forty-seven years, 2,491 consecutive editions, including three extras, were produced without interruption before the paper finally collapsed in late 1978, then changed ownership early in 1979. The Register has been digitized and made available online through the Texas Digital Newspaper Program. The issues begin on May 29, 1931 and run through December 2000. The keyword searchable digital newspaper scans provide an invaluable record of San Antonio's African-American community in the 20th Century.
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