A CHALLENGE FOR THE GUY SMITHS
- A Marriage of Enlightenment. // Time;9/29/1967, Vol. 90 Issue 13, p32
The article focuses on the marriage of U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk's daughter Margaret Elizabeth Rusk and Guy Gibson Smith, a Negro. It states that mixed union is a criminal offense to the California law until the U.S. Supreme Court lifted Virginia's miscegenation law in June 1967. It...
- MOST GOULDS IN U.S. CAME FROM GOULDTOWN, CLAN SAYS. // Ebony;Feb1952, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p44
The article reports that most of the Goulds in the U.S. are affiliated with the lien of Goulds started by the marriage of a white woman to an African American man named Gould.
- WANTED: NEGRO HUSBANDS AND WIVES. // Ebony;Mar1951, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p65
The article reports on the increasing number of Germans wanting to marry African Americans as a means to get into the U.S.
- FAMOUS NEGROES MARRIED TO WHITES. // Ebony;Dec1949, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p20
The article talks about mixed marriages between whites and African Americans, which was observed to be on the rise although it is still illegal in 29 U.S. states.
- The Afro-Mexican roots of old Los Angeles. Holmes, Emory // New York Amsterdam News;10/02/97, Vol. 88 Issue 40, p8
Focuses on the mixed races of Afro-Americans and Mexicans in Los Angeles, California. Reference to the book `Los Pobladores,' by Norman Dash; History of how African and Mexican mixed race families were brought to Los Angeles; Information on the United States census of 1970.
- AMERICA'S OLDEST NEGRO COMMUNITY. // Ebony;Feb1952, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p42
The article offers information on Gouldtown, New Jersey, the oldest African-American community in the U.S. whose history dates back to 1675 and began with an interracial marriage.
- NEGRO-JAPANESE COUPLES IN INDIANA STICK TOGETHER. // Ebony;Jan1953, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p18
The article features the social lives of African American-Japanese couples in 1953, which are basically limited to similarly-mixed pairs in African American communities such as in Indianapolis, Indiana.
- No problem. // Columbia Journalism Review;Fall1967, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p1
This article focuses on the marriage of U.S. Secretary of State Rusk's daughter to Guy Gibson Smith on September 21, 1967. The marriage turned out to be something less of test for the press than might have been anticipated. The interracial wedding (the Rusks are white) was on many front pages in...
- LETTERS FROM 2 GERMAN GIRLS STARTED OFFERS OF MARRIAGE. // Ebony;Mar1951, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p66
The article focuses on some of the letters received by "Ebony" regarding German women wanting to marry African Americans as a means for them to get to the U.S. More German women wrote to "Ebony" than men because women outnumber men in the country which mirrors the war time toll on German men....