Sepia May 1975

Sepia May 1975
  • Fort Worth, Texas
  • May 1975

Sepia was a magazine founded by Horace J. Blackwell in 1947.

Notes: Sepia was first published under the name Negro Acheivements and is known as the longest running competitor to Ebony. After Blackwell's death in 1949, the magazine was ran by George Levitan, a white businessman. The magazine was in circulation through the early 1980's.