|Owner(s)||I. Willis Cole, Rosa Cole|
|Publisher||I. Willis Cole, Rosa Cole|
|Editor||I. Willis Cole|
|Ceased publication||September, 1950|
|Headquarters||930 West Walnut Street (now West Muhammad Ali Boulevard) Louisville, Kentucky|
Cole died in February 1950 and his wife tried to continue to publish the newspaper until it eventually stopped that September.
In 1954, the Louisville Defender had called the Leader "one of the largest Negro newspaper organizations" in Louisville. View Jefferson County Sunday School Association for examples of how important this newspaper was in connecting various organizations and keeping everyone aware of local civil rights activities.
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