Tells the story of Virgil Richardson, co-founder of Harlem's American Negro Theater, radio personality in the 1930s, World War II pilot, and an expatriate through much of the last fifty years.Having retired from the army, the G.I. Bill was providing me with 95 dollars a month. But I was under no ... Back in those days, telephones were hard to get. Ia#39;d applied for mine right after ... That was 300 dollars lost, right there.This was a majoranbsp;...
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