St. Louis Argus
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St. Louis Argus is an African-American-oriented weekly newspaper founded in 1912 by brothers J. E. Mitchell and William Mitchell. The Argus is the oldest continuous black business in St. Louis, Missouri.
- JoAnn Adams Smith, Selected Neighbors and Neighborhoods of North Saint Louis and Selected Related Events (St. Louis: Friends of Vaughn Cultural Center, 1988), p. 7.
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