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TB Mortality Rate is High in Negroes
A 1951 article reporting on the high mortality rate from the tuberculosis epidemic among the African-American population of Alabama.
"Progress of the Negro Race"
This is a newspaper article chronicling the progress made by African Americans in the Shoals region from 1914.
"Dr. A.D. Bellamy having cottage built for Luke Randle"
This is a newspaper article about a house that Dr. A.D. Bellamy had constructed for Luke Randall. According to Florence historian Lee Freeman, "Dr. Alfred David "AD" Bellamy (1847-1913), a native of New York who graduated medical school in Chicago,…
"Funds Sought For Negro Boy Scouts"
This is an article about the development of a potential site for a camp for the Negro Boy Scouts, with money provided by the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Carnegie Foundation of New York, and the Tennessee Valley Council of Boy Scouts.
Newspaper cutout of Handy fest picture
Picture of Bob Goldston and Betty McCarty riding in a car during the 'Street Strut'
NAACP James R. Cobb Memorial Leadership Award
This is an NAACP James R. Cobb Memorial Leadership Award presented to Bobby Goldston
Colbert County Chapter Alabama Democratic Conference Trailblazer Award.
This item is a Colbert County Chapter Alabama Democratic Conference Trailblazer Award plaque presented to Bobby Goldston.
"Black Professionals Network After Hours"
This is an article from the August 2005 edition of "Black Business Monthly" that features Bob Goldston
"Family Ford ranked at top"
This is an article from the June 3, 2001 Times Daily newspaper that discusses Bob Goldston's business being mentioned in Black Enterprise Magazine.
Letter from editor of Black Enterprise Magazine to Bob Goldston
This is a letter to businessman Bob Goldston congratulating him on his business being featured in the 2004 edition of Black Enterprise Magazine's "BE 100" list.