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Albert Murray, “Manifest Destiny U.S.A.”
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A ’73 odyssey and a ’16 home: Albert Murray and Harvard University
Albert Murray saluted as writer, mentor, and friend at New York City’s 92nd Street Y
The Centurions: Ralph Ellison and Albert Murray
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