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In April of 1929, the Logan Banner profiled numerous prominent African-American residents of Logan County, West Virginia.
DR. J.S. CARTER, DENTIST
Washington Hotel, Logan, W.Va.
Graduate: Dental College of Howard University; did work at Ohio University, Athens, and the University of Pittsburgh; member of Alpha Phi fraternity. Dr. Carter served his country in the late World War. The doctor has practiced medicine six years, all of which has been done in West Virginia, his native state. The doctor has a modernly equipped office, engaged a large and profitable practice in Logan county. He is studious and alert to bring to his profession any scientific discoveries or new appliances that will benefit his patients. Dr. Carter has former connection with the McDowell Dental Clinic. The doctor encompasses a generous field of activities outside of his profession. He is prominent in fraternal and civic organizations in his county and state.
Source: Logan (WV) Banner, 16 April 1929