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Number 45 - March 16, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Colored Soldier Gets Medal for Act of Bravery
Title:
Hoosier Mayor Lauds Race
Title:
Race Man for Alderman
Title:
Colored Councilman Serves Race
Title:
Boy Prodigy Amazes Gotham
Title:
New Theatre at Camp Funston
Title:
Mrs. Turner to Play "Lead"
Title:
Colored Pastor for Chaplain
Title:
Youth Shoots When Taunted
Title:
Race Conference in South
Title:
Survey Race in Steubenville
Title:
Roscoe Conkling Simmons Invades the Sixth City on Tour
Title:
"Three" to "One" in Mississippi
Title:
Women Still Leading
Title:
Aid Race in Pittsburgh
Title:
Race Fights for Recognition
Page 08
Title:
Roscoe Conkling Simmons
Title:
Here I Am; Send Me
Title:
More Work for Mr. Scott
Title:
To Call 70,000 Colored
Title:
African Heads Hospital

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