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The Western Outlook, 1894-1928: A Newspaper “Devoted to the Interests of the Negro on the Pacific Coast”
Unformatted Document Text:  It is unclear what happened to his brother, George. By 1900, Joseph Francis was sharing a home on Pleasant Street in San Francisco with his  parents, who had celebrated their golden wedding anniversary that year. 48  Francis was  described as a newspaper editor. His father assisted with collections. 49   Joseph married a woman named Laura about three years later. 50  They established a  home on Seventh Street in Oakland and had two children: Robert and Mary. 51  For some reason,  Francis no longer described himself as an editor. Instead, he was listed as a clerk for the  railroad. 52  Early in 1916, Francis, fifty­six, was forced to “lay aside” his editorial work due to a  “severe illness.” 53  In a published note, Laura thanked people for their help and good wishes  during his slow convalescence. 54  It is unclear whether he returned to his duties at the  Outlook.  He continued to be listed in the masthead through July 22, 1916, but a gap in the paper’s run  illustrates the challenges inherent in historical research. Microfilmed issues do not resume until  October 22, 1921, when the  Outlook had a new look—and a new editor: Jesse Wysinger, fifty­ five, a California native who also worked as a porter at a paper company. 55  He may have  inspired his eighteen­year­old daughter, Gladys, who later became an editor at the  San Francisco  Spokesman, to pursue a career in journalism. 56   “The People’s Paper” Initially,  The Western Outlook was published every Saturday at 425 Montgomery Street in  San Francisco and sent to subscribers “by the early morning mails.” 57  Annual subscriptions  The Western Outlook, 1894­1928 — page 7

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It is unclear what happened to his brother, George.
By 1900, Joseph Francis was sharing a home on Pleasant Street in San Francisco with his 
parents, who had celebrated their golden wedding anniversary that year.
 Francis was 
described as a newspaper editor. His father assisted with collections.
Joseph married a woman named Laura about three years later.
 They established a 
home on Seventh Street in Oakland and had two children: Robert and Mary.
 For some reason, 
Francis no longer described himself as an editor. Instead, he was listed as a clerk for the 
railroad.
 Early in 1916, Francis, fifty­six, was forced to “lay aside” his editorial work due to a 
“severe illness.
 In a published note, Laura thanked people for their help and good wishes 
during his slow convalescence.
 It is unclear whether he returned to his duties at the 
Outlook. 
He continued to be listed in the masthead through July 22, 1916, but a gap in the paper’s run 
illustrates the challenges inherent in historical research. Microfilmed issues do not resume until 
October 22, 1921, when the 
Outlook had a new look—and a new editor: Jesse Wysinger, fifty­
five, a California native who also worked as a porter at a paper company.
 He may have 
inspired his eighteen­year­old daughter, Gladys, who later became an editor at the 
San Francisco 
Spokesman, to pursue a career in journalism.
“The People’s Paper”
Initially, 
The Western Outlook was published every Saturday at 425 Montgomery Street in 
San Francisco and sent to subscribers “by the early morning mails.
 Annual subscriptions 
The Western Outlook, 1894­1928 — page 7


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