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Welcome to New York... - it’s a small world after all….

@ National Museum of African American History and Culture

Harlem Cultural Council, Inc., American


A magazine titled [Welcome to New York... - it’s a small world after all….] published by MelPat Associates. The cover of the magazine is divided into two horizontal sections. The top section features a blue and white image of a globe against a sky with black text printed across the top reading [WELCOME TO NEW YORK]. The bottom section is yellow and pink with an image of dolls playing instruments. The image is black and white except for the musicians' shirts, which are red and pink striped. The image is set in front of a bright yellow background and on top of a bright pink background, with white text across the bottom reading ['s a small world after all...]. The magazine content begins with tourist information on the Statue of Liberty, a portrait of Manhattan borough president Constance Baker Motley, a message from the mayor, Robert F. Wagner, and an article entitled "The Day RFK Came to Harlem." The content continues within additional tourist information on New York City, including Harlem and Brooklyn, profiles of professional organizations coming to New York for conventions or other events, and profiles of many different prominent people including business leaders, labor leaders, fraternity and sorority members, funeral directors, Democratic party leaders, prominent Republicans, church leaders, journalists, artists, and others. There are approximately 67 pages, with black and white photographs and advertisements. The back cover has a color advertisement for Vat Gold scotch.
Ink On Paper
Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of Anne B. Patrick and the family of Hilda E. Stokely
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