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Volume 04
 

Number 52 - May 04, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Officer Who Figured in Houston Riots is Transferred from the 24th Infantry
Title:
39th Company All Stars Defeat 317th Engineer's Office
Title:
8th Illinois Regiment Somewhere in France
Title:
Big Convention Met in Huntington
Title:
Minister "In Toils" on Woman's Charge
Title:
New Punishment is Discovered
Title:
Society Honors Colored Servitor
Title:
Plans on Foot For Race Chaplains
Title:
High Officials Laud the Memory of Phil Waters
Title:
Race Protests Lynching to President Wilson
Page 03
Title:
Peter Jackson Was Brainiest Old-Timer, Says James Corbett
Page 04
Title:
Labor Chief Confers Again with Race's Representatives
Title:
To Entertain Educators at Camp Zachary
Page 05
Title:
Race Men Fight Duel; One Dead; Other Dying
Title:
Only Colored Chief Clerk Dies at Washington
Title:
Colored Man Charged with Disloyalty
Title:
Minneapolis Has Colored Battalion
Page 08
Title:
Negro Surveys
Title:
Are We Drunk With Pleasure?
Title:
Along the Color Line
Title:
Open Y.M.C.A. For Soldiers Near Camp Stuart
Title:
Refuses to Honor Flag - Gets Jail Sentence
Title:
Committee Aids Needy Woman
Title:
Cleveland Woman Aids Committee
Title:
To Train Soldiers at Tuskegee
Title:
Rivalry Among Musicians in Army Camp
Title:
Columbus Plans Ovation for Emmett J. Scott
Title:
Grant Reprieve to Condemned Men

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