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Number 09 - July 06, 1918
Page 01
Title:
White Captain Who Refused to Line Up Race and White Troops Together Dismissed From United States Army
Title:
War Department Opposes Discrimination
Title:
Industrial School Has New Hospital
Title:
Race Will Spread Tenents of Democracy
Title:
Police Find Body of Colored Infant
Title:
Ohio to Furnish 1,000 Quota
Title:
Big Conference
Title:
California Women Rally to Committee
Title:
Service in Kitchen Not Punishment
Title:
Colored Woman Wins "Plain Dealer" Contest
Title:
Race Rallies Strong to Thrift Campaign
Title:
180 Draftees for Special Training
Title:
Hun Loves Colored Soldier!
Title:
Oklahoma Lynches Another Race Man
Title:
Colored Men and Women Are Nobly Responding to the Appeal of the National Colored Soldiers' Comfort Committee
Page 02
Title:
Liverpool Women
Page 03
Title:
To the Men in the Industries
Page 04
Title:
Out in Nevada
Page 05
Title:
Club Women Raise a Goodly Sum at Meet
Title:
Camp Sherman - Camp Sherman Players Please General
Page 07
Title:
Howard Drew is 'Some' Sprinter
Page 08
Title:
Memorable Conference
Title:
Along the Color Line - the Negro and the War
Title:
Serious Conditions Confront the Race
Title:
New York Honors Two Race Heroes

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