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|The Independent Arts & Books (UK)||6 February 2009, Iss. 6963, pg. 20 - 21, by: Michael Church, "Paul Robeson lives again via the voice of a modern master"|
|Linn's Stamp News (USA)||19 January 2004, Vol. 77, Iss. 3925, pg. 1+34-35, by: Rick Miller, "New 37¢ Paul Robeson stamp issued in Princeton; controversial subject joins Black Heritage series"|
|Linn's Stamp News (USA)||19 January 2004, Vol. 77, Iss. 3925, pg. 3, by: Michael Schreiber, "Press release whitewashes Robeson's love of Stalinism"|
|Classic Images (USA)||November 2000, pg. 67-72, by: Wheeler Winston Dixon, "Compromise and Triumph: The Films of Paul Robeson"|
|Newsweek (USA)||28 June 1999, pg. 40, by: Paul Robeson, Jr., "Pride's Deep Voice"|
|Cineaste (USA)||1998, Vol. 23, Iss. 4, pg. 24-25, by: Clifford Thompson, "We Hardly Knew Ye: four early films of Paul Robeson"|
|Journal of Popular Film and Television (USA)||1979, Vol. 7, Iss. 3, pg. 246-64, by: J. Fred MacDonald, "Black perimeters"|
|New York Times (USA)||6 February 1976, pg. 32:2, "Rutgers Memorial Service Pays Homage to Robeson"|
|New York Times (USA)||4 February 1976, pg. 65:7, "Notes on People [estate disposition]"|
|New York Times (USA)||28 January 1976, pg. 36:3, by: Charlayne Hunter, "5000 at Robeson's Funeral in Harlem"|
|Variety (USA)||28 January 1976, "Paul Robeson"|
|New York Times (USA)||27 January 1976, pg. 34:1, by: Charlayne Hunter, "Mourners, at the Chapel, 'Go Tell It' to Robeson"|
|New York Times (USA)||25 January 1976, pg. 44:2, "Robeson Funeral Tuesday [27 Jan.]"|
|New York Times (USA)||24 January 1976, pg. 1:5, 30:1, by: Alden Whitman, "Paul Robeson Dead at 77; Singer, Actor and Activist"|
|Massachusetts Review (USA)||Summer 1970, Vol. 11, Iss. 3, pg. 468-85, by: Thomas Cripps, "Paul Robeson and black identity in American movies "|
|New York Times (USA)||14 December 1965, pg. 43:4, "Eslanda Goode Robeson Is Dead; Writer and Wife of Singer, 68"|
|Funk und Film (Austria)||11 October 1946, Vol. 2. Jahrg., Iss. 41|
|Scenen (Sweden)||9 October 1936, Vol. 22, Iss. 20|
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