NEGROES: Bon Voyage

The Black Cross liner Booker T. Washington crept up New York harbor to its berth. This is one of the ships with which Marcus Garvey (now serving five years in Atlanta Penitentiary for using the mails to defraud) (TIME, Jan. 11, 1923; Feb. 16) and the Universal Negro Improvement Association planned to use in recolonizing Africa with U. S. Negroes.

The Booker T. Washington had been on a cruise to the West Indies—said to have been a world's record for duration, lasting four and a half months.

She left New York on Jan. 18. Her...

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