William O. Walker

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Dr. William O. Walker
Born William Otis Walker
(1896-09-19)September 19, 1896
Selma, Alabama, U.S.
Died October 29, 1981(1981-10-29) (aged 84)
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
Education Wilberforce University B.A. journalism, Oberlin Business College, M.B. business
Occupation publisher of Cleveland Call and Post newspaper,[1] politician, businessman, editor
Years active 1921-1981, his death
Spouse(s) Theresa Brooks, 1919-1955, Naomi Russell, 1955-1981 (his death)

Dr. Willam O. Walker aka W.O. Walker (born William Otis Walker on September 19, 1896 - died October 29 1981), was an African-American publisher, Cleveland, Ohio area politician, and editor of the, Call and Post, an African-American newspaper based in Cleveland.


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