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Number 51 - April 27, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Triangle 'Love Affair' Ends in the Usual Way
Title:
About 8,000 Colored Folks Residing Here
Title:
Colored Boy Wins Oratorical Contest
Title:
Comfort Committee's Check Aids the Aged Mother of Soldier
Title:
Race Denied Admission at Patriotic Rally
Title:
Race, Ten Thousand Strong, Parade Streets of Atlanta
Title:
Physicians Complain of Discrimination
Title:
Race Rallies Strong to Comfort Committee
Title:
Emmett J. Scott to Visit Ohio
Title:
Race Congress to Meet at Capital
Title:
New Jim Crow Bill Offered in Congress
Title:
Gov. Whitman Signs Civil Rights Bill
Page 03
Title:
Purchase of "Bond" Frees Man
Title:
White Man Held for Race Man's Death
Page 04
Title:
Jury Frees Man of Murder Charge
Title:
Race to Train for Naval Work
Title:
Fisk Man Lands Big Position
Title:
Ninety-Second Division May "Go Over" Soon
Title:
Lynch Race Man in Mississippi
Page 08
Title:
Service and Sacrifice
Title:
"I'm Done Talking Against Negroes"
Title:
U.S. Wants Mess Attendants
Title:
Insurance Company Shows Patroitism
Title:
"Race is Dissatisfied With Treatment," Says Monroe Work
Title:
"Loyalty of a Race" is Given Private Showing
Title:
Teachers Hold Meet in Kentucky
Title:
South Treats Race Better Since War
Title:
Fire Hits Sanitarium

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