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Number 03 - May 25, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Two Soldiers of New York Regiment Rout Twenty-Five Germans; Rewarded
Title:
Race Men Talk French Fluently at Camp Meade
Title:
Judge Orders Man to Bring Back Button From Kaiser's Coat
Title:
Colored Man Invents a New Style of Submarine
Title:
Tuskegee to Give "Tractor" Course
Title:
Man Pays Note Twenty-Three Years Old
Title:
War Aims of U.S. To Be Presented By Race Speakers
Title:
Friends Play to Avenge Murder of Farmer
Title:
Columbus Plans to Aid Race
Title:
Northcliffe Honors Champion Riveter
Title:
Springfield Folk Are to Form Home-Guard
Title:
"Race Has More Democracy Than Whites," Says Lawyer
Title:
President Hale on Tour of Tennessee
Title:
Marriage Register Shows Big Race Influx
Page 02
Title:
First Colored Man on Roll of Honor
Title:
New Kind of Military Experience
Page 03
Title:
Letter Box - Colored Officers at Camp Sherman
Title:
Murderer is Freed
Title:
Texas Folk Aid Committee
Page 05
Title:
Ballou Explains
Title:
Training Starts at "Howard"
Title:
Moral Uplift
Title:
Race Men are Champion Riveters
Page 07
Title:
Camp Sherman
Title:
Negro is Coming Back
Page 08
Title:
Not A Liability
Title:
Secretary of War Baker
Title:
Along the Color Line - Colonel Watterson on "Darky"

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