February 1997
Jet;2/17/97, Vol. 91 Issue 13, p55
Informs about the deaths of various famous people and for what they were famous. Richard Berry; Mae Barnes; Oran Wendle Eagleson; George Hubbard; Seth McCoy; Prince Scruse; Leroy 'Papa Roy' Anderson; Amha Selassie; James F. Boyd.


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