Julian Bond weds D.C. atty. Pamela Horowitz

April 1990
Jet;4/9/90, Vol. 77 Issue 26, p14
Describes the wedding of former Georgia state Senator Julian Bond to Washington, D.C., attorney Pamela Sue Horowitz.


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