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Number 07 - June 22, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Eleven Thousand Colored Americans Stage Mammoth Patriotic Demonstrations in St. Louis and Wilmington on "Flag Day"
Title:
Colored Women Form Labor Union
Title:
96 Year-Old Man Works as Laborer
Title:
Dayton Veterans Form Camp
Title:
Negro Unionists Object
Title:
Dennis Fowler Victim of Coward's Shot
Title:
Comfort Committee Aids Dayton Woman
Title:
To Form Regiment at Camp Sherman
Title:
Noted "Elk" Leader Dies at His Home
Title:
McAdoo Draws "Financial" Color Line
Title:
Race Women Take Machinists' Jobs
Title:
Bert Williams Quits "Follies"
Title:
West Virginia Selects Go to Camp Sherman
Title:
5000 Delaware Colored People Honor "Flag Day"
Title:
Why Can't They Vote, Congressman Pou?
Title:
Committee Meets to Plan Soldiers' Welfare
Page 03
Title:
Political Fight Brews in Illinois
Title:
West Chester to Have Social Settlement
Title:
Emmet J. Scott Delivers Address
Page 05
Title:
Start Race Hospital
Page 07
Title:
Here is Anecdote of General Jack Pershing
Title:
Moral Uplift
Title:
Washington Bee Praises Advocate
Title:
Minister Unfrocked on Serious Charge
Page 08
Title:
Word of Warning
Title:
Along the Color Line - Opportunity for Negroes
Title:
Negro Troops Fight Well
Title:
Race in Maryland Forms "Thrift Club"
Title:
Alleged University Seems A Joke

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