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Number 02 - May 18, 1918
Page 01
Title:
White Laundry Manager Strikes Race Girl and Colored Employees Walk Out
Title:
Race Man Gives His Life To Save Others
Title:
Bootblack Writes Interesting Book
Title:
Judge Terrell Speaks at Coatesville, PA
Title:
Colored Men Make Big Loan Record
Title:
Senator Would Aid Race in Capital
Title:
Mother Gives Her All to Uncle Sam
Title:
Colored Race is Big Asset to United States
Title:
War Department Orders "Square Deal" for the Colored Race
Title:
Restauranteur Fined for Discriminating
Title:
Black Troops Show Bravery "Over There"
Title:
Colored Woman, 123 Years of Age, Has Seen 'Five Conflicts'
Title:
U.S. Turns Down Idea; England Accepts It
Title:
Pledges All to U.S. in this Grave Crisis
Title:
Man is Killed By Stone
Page 05
Title:
New Magazine Out Named "Vindicator"
Title:
New Officer's Camp Opens at Des Moines
Title:
Disloyal Man is Knocked Down
Title:
Race to Build Hospitals
Title:
Insurance Company Aids Committee
Title:
To Have Summer School
Page 07
Title:
Additional Sporting 'Dope'
Title:
Race Invades Section - Whites Plan to Vacate
Page 08
Title:
Negro is Coming Back
Title:
When the Shoe Pinches
Title:
Along the Color Line
Title:
Pathetic Wail of Montgomery Times

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