October 1953
Ebony;Oct1953, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p58
The article features Georgia-born Julian Steele, who is a town moderator at West Newbury, Massachusetts. Steele's mother Minnie Ellis is a native of New England. Steele studied at the Boys Latin School in Boston, Massachusetts and graduated at the Harvard University in 1929. He worked in several organizations, including the Boston Council of Churches and the Robert Gould Shaw Settlement House, also in Boston.


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