The Bronzeman, vol. 3 no. 7, featuring an illustration of a woman set against a blue and white background. The woman is standing in three quarters profile with her head turned towards the viewer and smiling. She is wearing a red, white, and black plaid scarf over a black coat, white gloves, and a black hat tilted towards her proper right shoulder. Her ear length hair is styled in finger waves. She is holding a blue sash in her hands. In the background is the outline of a train, drawn in blue ink. The illustration is bordered on the left with a thick red and smaller blue stripe. The top third of the front cover is the masthead in blue and red text, [The / Bronzeman / A Popular Magazine for All]. The date line, [June, 1933], is printed in blue text below the masthead. And the price is printed in blue type in a blue circle, [10c], on the far right. Centered below the illustration is the main cover line for a short story in blue text that reads, [Her Own Daughter / A Gripping Story Of A / Mother’s Courageous Sacrifice]. The back cover of the magazine features an advertisement and order form for a book by Fireside Publications, Inc., titled, [A.B.C.’s of Great Negroes / An Artistic Picture Book of Negro Achievement]. The interior pages features black-and-white text, photographs, and illustrations. There is a black-and-white text photograph of Laura Cathrell, depicted in costume in a dance pose on page 8. This magazine issue is thirty-four (34) pages.