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A call to the people of Asbury Park to hear the greatest living Negro leader and orator, Hon. Marcus Garvey, President General of The Universal Negro Improvement Association and Provisional President of Africa : at Roseland Hall, Springwood Avenue, Corner Atkins Avenue on Thursday night, Nov. 13th 1924 at 8:15 o'clock.

A call to the people of Asbury Park to hear the greatest living Negro leader and orator, Hon. Marcus Garvey, President General of The Universal Negro Improvement Association and Provisional President of Africa : at Roseland Hall, Springwood Avenue, Corner Atkins Avenue on Thursday night, Nov. 13th 1924 at 8:15 o'clock.

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Hon. Marcus Garvey ... at Roseland Hall
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Imperfect: mutilated; beginning of text at the top of the page, "A call to the people of Asbury Park," is wanting [appears to have been carefully torn off].
Roseland Hall is located in Asbury Park, New Jersey.
"He will speak on the world movement of Negroes and the future of the race in America. Come and hear this leading statesman of the Negro race. Come and hear about The Black Cross Navigation Steamship Co. organized by Negroes to trade with Africa, South and Central America, and the West Indies."
"Big musical program. Come and hear! Come and see! Come and do your part. Everybody invited. Be early to get seats. Admission--50 cents."
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1 sheet ; 21 x 16 cm
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Object ID: 16173234
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