Not only Bronze Thrills (Breaking the Cross-Dressing barrier here with the story of a husband who got his kicks wearing women's clothes) but Hep, Jive, Sepia, Soul Confessions, Soul Teen and Soul Confessions. A one-man Black publishing empire which was white!
That isn't to say George was a creep. He hired African-American workers, trained them well, paid them well and promoted them to important positions. Sure, the magazine was thrashy, but at the time there really wasn't much else for the race. Soon his primary title, Sepia, was a moving force in the Black community. He also helped raise funds for the United Negro College Fund.