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George Edwin Taylor Articles, 1860-1913
MISC MSS 264
Table of Contents
- Photocopies of newspapers articles both about and by George Edwin Taylor, as compiled by Bruce Mouser.
- Collection Title
- George Edwin Taylor Articles
- Date of Materials
- Mouser, Bruce L.
- Call Number
- MISC MSS 264
- 0.04 cubic foot (2 folders)
- Language of Materials
- La Crosse Public Library Archives
[Identification of item], George Edwin Taylor Articles, MISC MSS 264, La Crosse Public Library Archives, La Crosse, WI
George Edwin Taylor was a Black American who lived 1857-1925 and ran as a candidate for president of the United States in 1904 as a member of the National Negro Liberty Party. Taylor lived in La Crosse, Wisconsin from 1865 through 1891, attending schools and becoming a journalist and labor/political activist. Taylor was the owner and editor of the newspaper Wisconsin Labor Advocate.
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Donated by Bruce Mouser (2012.014)
Existence and Location of Originals note
The original collection from which this copy was made is available at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Area Research Center.
Controlled Access Headings
- La Crosse (Wis.)--Politics and government
- Taylor, George Edwin, 1857-1925
- African American politicians--19th century
- African American politicians--20th century
- African American presidential candidates
- Blacks--History--Wisconsin--La Crosse
- Journalists--Wisconsin--La Crosse
- Politicians--Wisconsin--La Crosse