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Convention of Colored Newspaper Men Cincinnati, August 4th, 1875, Wednesday A. M.
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THURSDAY, Ag. 5th, 1875, 5 P.M.
A meeting of the Delegates to Press Conference, met in the Union Chapel.
The meeting was called to order by Mr. P.H. Clark.
On motion. Mr. Henry Scroggins. editor of the American Citizen, was elected Chairman, and Mr. G. T. Ruby, Secretary.
On motion of Mr. P. H. Clark, it was unanmously
"RESOLVED, That we proceed to form a Press Organization, in accordance with the resolution adopted by the conference."
Mr. Henry Scroggins was then elected President, to serve until the next meeting of the Association.
After appointing a committee to draft a Constitution and By-Laws, the Association adjourned, to meet in NASHVILLE, TENN. on the last WEDNESDAY OF APRIL, 1876.
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