Ewart G. Abner Jr

February 1998
Variety;02/16/98, Vol. 370 Issue 1, p71
Trade Publication
Profiles Ewart G. Abner Jr., a former president of the Motown Records company, who died from complications related to pneumonia at the age of 74. His employment background; Information on his music industry career.


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