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[[caption]]C. C. SPAULDING[[/caption]]
[[image - black & white photograph of C. C. spaulding]]

[[caption]]PAUL R. WILLIAMS[[/caption]]	
[[image - black & white photograph of Paul R. Williams]]

[[caption]]CARL HANSBERRY[[/caption]]
[[image - black & white photograph of Carl Hansberry]]

[[caption]]JUDGE EDWARD HENRY[[/caption]]
[[image - black & white photograph of Judge Edward Henry]]

[[caption]]JUDGE HERMAN E. MOORE[[/caption]]
[[image - black & white photograph of Judge Herman E. Moore]]

[[caption]]CLAUDE BARNETT[[/caption]]
[[image - black & white photograph of Claude Barnett]]

[[caption]]DR. ABRAM L. HARRIS[[/caption]]
[[image - black & white photograph of Dr. Abram L. Harris]]

[[caption]]DR. F. D. PATTERSON[[/caption]]
[[image - black & white photograph of Dr. F. D. Patterson]]

THESE LEADERS: C. C. Spaulding is president of the North Carolina Mutual life Insurance Company. Paul R. Williams is a noted architect. Carl Hansberry is the Chicago real-estate man who fought residential restrictive covenants to the Supreme Court. Edward Henry is on the bench of the Municipal Court in Philadelphia. Herman E. Moore is judge of the United States District Court in the Virgin Islands. Claude Barnett is head of the Associated Negro Press and is now assistant to Secretary of Agriculture Wickard. Dr. Abram L. Harris is a professor at Howard University and a famous economist. Dr. F. D. Patterson is president of Tuskegee Institute.

[[image - black & white photograph of two Negro men conducting business at a desk]]
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