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Number 10 - July 13, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Soldiers Who Were Present at East St. Louis Massacre May Soon Face Courtmartial for Their Own Conduct
Title:
Y.W.C.A. To Erect Hostess Houses
Title:
Colored Women Buy Five Million Bonds
Title:
Fast Black Won't Run!
Title:
Soldier's Chances Good in Army
Title:
Madam Hackley Stages Big Pageant
Title:
DuBois Lands Captaincy in Army
Title:
Open Hostess House for Race at "Dix"
Title:
Woodmen of America Hold Convention
Title:
Colored Troops Under Own Officers Hold Sector in France
Title:
Colored Nurse Saves Charge from Death
Title:
Colored Physicians to Get Commissions
Title:
Colored Soldiers 'Over There' Show Reckless Daring in All Actions
Title:
New Race Unit Formed at "Meade"
Title:
Women to Wage Prayer Campaign
Title:
Camp Dodge Regiment Arrives in France
Title:
Sues Proprietor For Discriminating
Title:
Jacksonville to Have Negro Playground
Page 03
Title:
Heart to Heart Talks to Those in the Big Industries
Title:
Moral Uplift
Page 05
Title:
What Constitutes a Leader
Title:
Hang Soldiers at Camp Dodge
Page 07
Title:
North Carolina Holds Conference on Negro Labor
Page 08
Title:
Their Execution Just
Title:
When Not To Talk
Title:
Washington Gladden and Benjamin Tillman
Title:
Along the Color Line
Title:
Lynching Record

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