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Number 43 - March 02, 1918
Page 01
Title:
French Officer Lauds Heroism of Colored Troops in World War
Title:
"Jim" Was Not "Joe"
Title:
Feet Too Big - Is Discharged
Title:
Two Colored 'Non-Coms' at Camp Sherman are Having Great Time 'Bossing' Their Father
Title:
Colored Pastor's Body Found in Railroad Car
Title:
Negro Soldiers Urged "To Avenge Wrongs"
Title:
They Are All Helping
Title:
Columbus Woman in Limelight
Title:
Detroit to Have Colored Hospital
Title:
"Queens" to Refuse Colored
Title:
Dr. Ransom for Congress
Title:
Negro's Plea for Genuine Democracy
Title:
Bishops Appoint Commission
Title:
N.A.A.C.P. Busy
Title:
White and Colored Soldiers Have Free-For-All Fight
Title:
"Jim Crowed" But Asked to Help the Red Cross
Title:
Keep Negro Labor Here
Page 04
Title:
President Wilson Delays Hanging of Five Soldier Boys
Title:
Three Hours in 'Cooler' Cure a Bad 'Bell-Hop'
Title:
No Word Yet, As to Colored Troops' Transfer
Page 05
Title:
Labor and Color Line
Page 08
Title:
Message from France
Title:
Setting a Precedent

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