Harlem Undercover – the maps

My article, "Harlem Undercover: Vice Investigators, Race, and Prostitution, 1910-1930," is now available in the May 2009 issue of the Journal of Urban History. The abstract is below: In 1928, the Committee of Fourteen, New York City’s leading private antivice organization, employed a black teacher to conduct a five-month undercover investigation of Harlem’s nightlife.  It… Continue reading Harlem Undercover – the maps

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