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Gardner "Mike" Cowles, Jr. When the first issue went on sale in early , it sold , copies.

It was published monthly for five issues February—May , then switched to bi-weekly starting with the May 11, issue. Page numbering on early issues counted the front cover as page one.

Early issues, subtitled Monthly Picture Magazine, carried no advertising. The magazine's backers described it as "an experiment based on the tremendous unfilled demand for extraordinary news and feature pictures".

They call Shane the best picture they ever saw. For extra money, Carolyn tends store when Roy works outside -- like truck driving for a brother. And he has many brothers. His mother had two husbands, 11 children.

The first five -- all boys -- were "Milam children"; the next six -- three boys, three girls -- were "Bryant children. They work, fight, vote and play as a family. The "half" in their fraternity is forgotten.

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For years, they have operated a chain of cottonfield stores, as well as trucks and mechanical cotton pickers. In relation to the Negroes, they are somewhat like white traders in portions of Africa today; and they are determined to resist the revolt of colored men against white rule.

On Wednesday evening, August 24, , Roy was in Texas, on a brother's truck.

Carolyn was alone in the store. But back in the living quarters was her sister-in-law Juanita Milam, 27, with her two small sons and Carolyn's two.

The store was kept open till 9 on week nights, 11 on Saturday.

When her husband was away, Carolyn Bryant never slept in the store, never stayed there alone after dark. Moreover, in the Delta, no white woman ever travels country roads after dark unattended by a man. This meant that during Roy's absences -- particularly since he had no car -- there was family inconvenience.

Each afternoon, a sister-in-law arrived to stay with Carolyn until closing time. Then, the two women, with their children, waited for a brother-in-law to convoy them to his home.

Next morning, the sister-in-law drove Carolyn back. Juanita Milam had driven from her home in Glendora. She had parked in front of the store to the left; and under the front seat of this car was Roy Bryant's pistol, a.

Carolyn knew it was there.

After 9, Juanita's husband, J. Milam, would arrive in his pickup to shepherd them to his home for the night. About pm, eight young Negroes -- seven boys and a girl -- in a '46 Ford had stopped outside. They included sons, grandsons and a nephew of Moses Preacher Wright, 64, a 'cropper. They were between 13 and 19 years old.

Four were natives of the Delta and others, including the nephew, Emmett Bobo Till, were visiting from the Chicago area. Bobo Till was 14 years old: born on July 25, He was stocky, muscular, weighing about , five feet four or five. Preacher later testified: "He looked like a man.

Bryant had built checkerboards there. Some were playing checkers, others were wrestling and "kiddin' about girls. He showed the boys a picture of a white girl in his wallet; and to their jeers of disbelief, he boasted of success with her. Since you know how to handle white girls, let's see you go in and get a date with her? Bobo had to fire or fall back. He entered the store, alone, stopped at the candy case.

Carolyn was behind the counter; Bobo in front. He asked for two cents' worth of bubble gum. She handed it to him. He squeezed her hand and said: "How about a date, baby?

At the break between counters, Bobo jumped in front of her, perhaps caught her at the waist, and said: "You needn't be afraid o' me, Baby. I been with white girls before. Carolyn now ran, not for Juanita, but out the front, and got the pistol from the Milam car. That was the sum of the facts on which most newspaper readers based an opinion.

The Negroes drove away; and Carolyn, shaken, told Juanita. The two women determined to keep the incident from their "Men-folks. Milam when he came to escort them home.

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By Thursday afternoon, Carolyn Bryant could see the story was getting around. She spent Thursday night at the Milams, where at 4 a. Friday Roy got back from Texas. Since he had slept little for five nights, he went to bed at the Milams' while Carolyn returned to the store. During Friday afternoon, Roy reached the store, and shortly thereafter a Negro told him what "the talk" was, and told him that the "Chicago boy" was "visitin' Preacher. Once Roy Bryant knew, in his environment, in the opinion of most white people around him, for him to have done nothing would have marked him for a coward and a fool.

On Friday night, he couldn't do anything. He and Carolyn were alone, and he had no car.

Saturday was collection day, their busy day in the store. About Saturday night, J. Milam drove by. Roy took him aside. Can't we make it around noon? He closed that store about a. Juanita was away, visiting her folks at Greenville. He decided not to go to bed. He pumped the pickup -- a half-ton '55 Chevrolet -- full of gas and headed for Money. Short boots accentuate his height; khaki trousers; red sports shirt; sun helmet.

Dark-visaged; his lower lip curls when he chuckles; and though bald, his remaining hair is jet-black. He is slavery's plantation overseer. Today, he rents Negro-driven mechanical cotton pickers to plantation owners. Those who know him say that he can handle Negroes better than anybody in the country. Big Milam soldiered in the Patton manner.

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Although planned to begin with the January issue, the actual first issue of Look to be distributed was the February issue, numbered as Volume 1, Number 2. It was published monthly for five issues February—May , then switched to bi-weekly starting with the May 11, issue. Page numbering on early issues counted the front cover as page one. Early issues, subtitled Monthly Picture Magazine , carried no advertising. The unusual format of the early issues featured layouts of photos with long captions or very short articles.

The magazine's backers described it as "an experiment based on the tremendous unfilled demand for extraordinary news and feature pictures". It was aimed at a broader readership than Life , promising trade papers that Look would have "reader interest for yourself, for your wife, for your private secretary, for your office boy". Within weeks, more than a million copies were bought of each issue, [6] and it became a bi-weekly.

By it sold 2. Look was published under various company names: Look, Inc.

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Beginning in , Norman Rockwell , after closing his career with the Saturday Evening Post , began making illustrations for Look. Nothing could be [further] from [the] truth. Circulation was at 6. It lasted only a year. Subscribers received copies of Esquire magazine to fulfill their terms.Hitler was entertaining some very beautiful women at tea.

Pistol-whipping bruises more than it cuts. Big Milam had drunk a beer at Minter City around 9; Roy had had nothing. Milam: "You still as good as I am? More unfortunate was the failure of the press to give an unbiased, objective report of the whole incident. He decided not to go to bed.

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