From NKAA, Notable Kentucky African Americans Database (source)

Plaindealer, The (newspaper) (Topeka)

Author(s)/Publishing Information

Kansas: Topeka

Access

Published in Topeka 1899-1931, then moved to Kansas City and published 1932-1960.

[same as The Plaindealer (newspaper) (Kansas City)]

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