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The Times’ Court Reporter Files a Story in Dialect




 
June 3, 1910, Krakauer Piano

June 3, 1910: The Times’ court reporter files a story in dialect about two African American women who are charged with fighting. Ouch.


And police arrest newsboys shooting dice behind the offices of Los Angeles Record (1886-1931).



June 3, 1910, Police Briefs

 
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Although, on the upside, "Blackberry Blondes" would be a great name for a girl group.

"Cutting Irony" Not PC and in very poor taste - yes...

However, it was funny as hell, and no one was hurt.


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