Yenser, Thomas, ed., Who’s Who in Colored America, 6th ed. (1942).
The 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County, lists at 1012 Atlantic Street carpenter/bricklayer Arthur J. George, wife Minnie, sons Arthur, Henry H., and Bryant George, lodger Rebacer Ramsy, and niece Willie L. George. [Is the occupation designation an error (like Rev. George’s middle initial), or did he also ply a trade?] By about 1940, Rev. George had joined the faculty of the Theological Seminary at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina, and was eventually appointed dean. He died 22 August 1974.
Pittsburgh Courier, 31 December 1960.