A TIGER ROSE OUT OF GEORGIA: Tiger Flowers Champion of the World
The remarkable story of Theodore "Tiger" Flowers, who was the first African-American to win the middleweight championship of the world. Set in 1920s America with New York and Chicago and other great cities of the North run by Prohibition gangsters and the South permeated with racist tension and frequent lynchings. 16 pages of photos.
Item #: 4986652
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