(Selections from several issues)
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List of links to page images for all selections
- "The Best Barber Shop in America" (pp. 119-122)
- "Playground Beautification at Orangeburg" (South Carolina) (pp. 126-127), about African-American recreation.
- "Leadership for Better Homes" - about the 1926 Better Homes Campaign among African Americans (pp. 169-174).
- "Migration Difficulties in Michigan" (pp. 231-236), about the Black Migration from rural South to urban North.
- "Negro Women and Business" (pp. 343-349) by Albon Lewis Holsey, secretary of the National Negro Business League, concerns black business women, including mention of entrepreneur Madam C.J. Walker and also African American women journalists
- "The American Tennis Association" (pp. 355-356), about African Americans and tennis, recreation and leisure; and a short piece on the black Boy Scout program at Hampton Institute (p. 356).
- Editorial on the 1927 meeting of the National Negro Business League in St. Louis (pp. 449-450)
- "An Example of Negro Banking" (pp. 461-467).