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Number 48 - April 06, 1918
Page 01
Title:
90-Mile Gun Invented by Colored Man is Turned Down by U.S. Authorities
Title:
Loyalty of Race is Being Filmed
Title:
Race Men to Rally to Nation's Cause
Title:
What's the Matter with Georgia Men?
Title:
Race Takes Part in Big Parade
Title:
Insanity Feared in Trooper's Case
Title:
Blind Students Present Play
Title:
Colleges Aid Race Orphanage
Title:
To Aid the Race in Knoxville
Title:
Governor Pardons an Innocent Man
Title:
Race Man Appointed as Station Master
Title:
Aid the Red Cross
Title:
Washington Colored Folk Face a Home Shortage
Title:
Colored Draftees Leave Camp Lee
Title:
Comfort Committee to Issue an Appeal
Title:
Race Figures in Vote Fraud
Title:
Louisiana Plans Uplift-Society
Title:
"Boys" at Camp Sherman to Have Club
Title:
Colored Pastor Honored
Title:
DuBois Speaks on War
Page 08
Title:
We Want "A Place in the Sun"
Title:
In Memory of Booker T. Washington

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