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Number 41 - February 16, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Motion Picture Contest, an Explanation and Urgent Appeal
Title:
Here are the Entrants in the National Comfort Committee's Motion Picture Contest
Title:
German, if Colored, is Not Alien Enemy
Title:
Nannie Burrows Flays Reverend Billy Sunday
Title:
Colored Boy to "West Point"
Title:
Burn Man at Stake
Title:
To Move Colored Boys?
Title:
Federation of Labor Opens Doors to Race
Page 05
Title:
Letter Box - An Appreciation
Page 08
Title:
Score One More!
Title:
Orient vs. the Occident
Title:
Negro and Music
Title:
That Two Million Dollars!

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