RACES: Lynching No. 7 (cont.)

Under a huge front-page picture, the New York Amsterdam News, Negro weekly, last week published a long caption dealing with lynching No. 7 of 1930, which occurred three weeks ago at Chickasha, Okla. (TIME, June 9). Excerpts : "The Amsterdam News is able to present this picture of the type of United States citizens whose words are law in Texas and other parts of the South. Mrs. W. G. Skinner, photographed above with her husband and two-year-old child, accused Henry Argo of attempting criminal assault upon her, for which 'accusation' Argo was...

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