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Paul Coates, Dec. 13, 1960

  Dec. 13, 1960, Mirror Cover  

Dec. 13, 1960: Paul Coates has an update on the story of John Howard Griffin, whose book “Black Like Me,” about his experiences pretending to be African American, shocked many white readers.

Notice Paul Weeks' byline out of Washington. He will remain there after the demise of the Mirror in January 1961.

The high-strung Marilyn Monroe has some problems while filming “Bus Stop” in Maurice Zolotow’s biography “The Real Marilyn Monroe.”


“Black Like Me” on the Daily Mirror

  Dec. 13, 1960, Coates  

  Dec. 13, 1960, Monroe  

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