June 1968
Ebony;Jun1968, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p64
The article features successful African-American professional bachelors who are looking for women with various characteristics, including those who are intelligent, urbane, and witty, including advertising specialty salesman Paul N. Harris, atomic physicist Dr. George E. Alcorn and civil engineer Everett Louis Overstreet.


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