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Number 34 - December 29, 1917
Page 01
Title:
Federal Hearing Started at Boston, Mass. in White Slave Case Against 'John Johnson'
Title:
Colored Stevedores Popular
Title:
Woman Gets 'Divorce' and Elaborate Snub
Title:
"Hocus Pocus," Etc.
Title:
Aid for Troopers' Kin Sought
Title:
"Strange" Damage Suit
Title:
Colored Soldiers Are Well Supplied
Title:
Colored Regiment to Sail Soon?
Title:
To Head Hampton Institute
Title:
106 Arrests Made in Police Battle
Title:
White Man Convicted of Murdering Colored Woman
Title:
Leaves Widowed Mother
Title:
Whisky is Shipped 'Incog' with Tombstone
Title:
Longworth Sends Check
Title:
Lawyer in Toils
Title:
Emmett J. Scott Writes 'Advocate' for Sec'y Baker
Page 08
Title:
New Year - New Hope
Title:
Colored Teachers Wear Arm Bands

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