Louis E. Burnham newspaper collection 1950-1960


Louis E. Burnham newspaper collection 1950-1960

The Louis Burnham Collection reflects Burnham's socialist interests and consists of a complete run of "Freedom," a monthly newspaper published by Paul Robeson from 1950-1955 and edited by Burnham, in addition to newsclippings of articles Burnham wrote for the "National Guardian" (1958-1960).

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SNAC Resource ID: 6316962

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Burnham, Louis E.

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Louis Everett Burnham (1915-1960), African American journalist and activist. Burnham was a member of the Southern Negro Youth Congress and served as editor of Freedom, a newspaper founded in 1951 by Burnham and Paul Robeson, and the National Guardian. From the description of Louis E. Burnham collection, 1941-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 701242808 Louis E. Burnham was the Editor of "Freedom," the newpaper Paul Robeson founded, Associate Editor of the "Nat...