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Number 29 - November 24, 1917
Page 01
Title:
Thirteen Hundred Colored Soldiers of Uncle Sam are at Present 'Somewhere in France'
Title:
Race to Have 'Chance' in the Film Pictures
Title:
Sues Colored Preacher
Title:
This Game Didn't Work
Title:
Smallpox In Camp
Title:
Soldiers Held Blameless
Title:
Many Return South
Title:
Colored Boys Sing Despite 'War Fever'
Title:
Hoosiers Have New Y.W.C.A.
Title:
To Separate Soldiers
Title:
Night Riders Shoot Man
Title:
To Build Hospital Here
Title:
White Soldiers Are 'Hold Ups'
Title:
Noted Woman Speaks
Title:
White Firm Sends Check
Title:
Noted Divine Dies
Page 08
Title:
Ex. Gov. Willis Sends Check
Title:
Make Churches Community Centers
Title:
Current Comments on Racial Matters in White Newspapers

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