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Number 44 - March 09, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Mrs. Howard Gould Campaigns in Behalf of Reverdy Ransome
Title:
For Negro Labor Bureau
Title:
Soldier Faints at Trial
Title:
Emmett J. Scott May Visit Ohio
Title:
Ransom Petitions Irregular?
Title:
Dr. Bruce Evans Dies
Title:
John Johnson Acquitted
Title:
Knickle Jones May Be Named
Title:
Twenty Thousand Dollars is Goal of Campaigners
Title:
White Troops Follow "Black"
Title:
Colored Officer Has to Ride "Jim Crow"
Title:
Three More Lynched
Title:
Race Invades Exclusive Section
Title:
Colonel Young to Resume Active Duties?
Page 08
Title:
Condition Demanding a Remedy

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