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1937 Time September 20 - Black Brotherhood; KKK; Popeye and Betty Boop Strike

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September 20, 1937

 

Briton Haddon and Henry Luce's flagship magazine became the foundation of the Luce Publishing Empire. Their gamble paid off. Inside: . Black Brotherhood of Pullman porters president Randolph  buys a $2 million home in Harlem; women get suffrage in the Philippines; KKK in Georgia and Alabama; The war in China; War in 
Spain; Rockwell Kent art; Deanna Durbin; Popeye and Betty Boop cartoonists go on strike; LaGuardia wants an airport on Manhattan; Emily Post; Real nice Chessie ad; Elliott Roosevelt is the most criticized of Roosevelt's children; Esquire starts Coronet;   

 

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