Buffalo, NY: Negro Economic Association, [193-]. Handbill. 8.5x11 inch handbill with cartoon of a man sitting in a dilapidated apartment (A sign on the wall says "A man's home is his castle," but with rent bill in hand, he replies "Says you!"). Mild toning, "Buffalo, 1936" neatly penned in bottom right corner, small corner chip. (The event it announces is stated to be on Tuesday, July 24th, but that date did not fall on a Tuesday in 1936. We have seen another example dated 1937, but that date was not a Tuesday in that year either).
"The program of the Negro Economic Association calls for an immediate tearing-down of the dilapidated shacks that are germ-ridden with cockroaches, bedbugs, and rats! The City Government must devise ways and means of financing such a program... But it must NOT do it by taxing the small home-owner, workers and unemployed. Tax those who can afford to pay!" The president of the Association is listed as Anna Harris.