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Northwest Defender, number 198.
Terry L. Black
Jimmy “Bang Bang” Walker
2742 N. Williams Ave., Portland, Oregon
print newspaper, 17 1/2" x 22 3/4"
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In January 1962, Jimmy “Bang-Bang” Walker took an investment of $15,000 and founded, edited, and published the Northwest Defender. Five years later, in August 1967, Walker took over the Northwest Clarion, which had suspended publication, and renamed his newspaper the Clarion Defender, also referred to as the Northwest Clarion Defender and the New Northwest Clarion Defender.
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