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Number 04 - June 01, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Race Men, Returning South, Sue R.R. Companies on Account of Cold Cars
Title:
Race in Birmingham Rally to Red Cross
Title:
Wants To Be Tried For Murder; Gives Self Up
Title:
Will they Jim Crow Government Speakers?
Title:
Blind Race Man Gives His All, One Dollar, To Aid Red Cross Society
Title:
Hampton to Celebrate Fiftieth Anniversary
Title:
1100 Colored Soldiers are Quartered In Camp
Page 02
Title:
President Stays Execution of Negro Sentenced to Die on Scaffold
Title:
Mrs. Glenn of Washington Makes Fine Record
Title:
Columbus Men Honored
Title:
Woman, Thought Poor, Hides Wealth
Page 03
Title:
Pays High Tribute to Colored Man as U.S. Soldier
Page 04
Title:
To Open Hospital for Soldiers in "Philly"
Title:
Head of "Shipping" Praises Race Man
Page 05
Title:
Court Holds That Colored Schools Must Share in Revenues
Title:
What Plans Has the War Department?
Title:
Arsenal Employs Race Man: 500 Whites Walk Out
Title:
New Yorkers Celebrate Memorial Day
Title:
Greek Discriminates; N.A.A.C.P. Prosecutes
Title:
Urge Race Laborers to Work Every Day
Title:
Numerous Lynchings Alarm the Race in National Capital
Title:
Buffalo Jottings
Page 08
Title:
They Upheld Tradition
Title:
South's Idols
Title:
General Ballou's "Explanation"
Title:
Along the Color Line - the Negro in the War
Title:
Indianapolis Speaker Praises Comfort Committee

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