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Memphis World: Noted African Lady Passes

Crossroads to Freedom Archive of Civil Rights in Memphis

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Title Memphis World: Noted African Lady Passes
 
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Publisher Memphis World Publishing Co.
 
Date 1952-07-25
 
Language English
 
##plugins.schemas.dc.fields.temporal.name## 1952-07-25
 
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Description Mrs. H. R. Benka-Coker, M. B. E. one of the leading women of Sierra Leone and West Africa, the wife of Justice S. A. BenkaCoker died at Hill Station hospital here Tuesday Mrs. Benka-Coker was 49.
 
Identifier rds:109942
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##plugins.schemas.dc.fields.spatial.name## Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee
 
Subject Black newspapers - Tennessee - Memphis
Memphis World
 
Source Tennessee State Archive
 
Format jpg