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Number 11 - July 20, 1918
Page 01
Title:
DuBois' 'Surrender' Editorial Causes Rumpus in N.A.A.C.P.
Title:
Race Women to Be War Trained
Title:
Business League Will Meet at Atlantic City
Title:
Open Soldiers' Home at the Wolverine City
Title:
Sailors Save Converts From Watery Graves
Title:
Colored Troops Receive 'Colors'
Title:
Cleveland Club Aids Committee
Title:
'War Cross' Heroes in the United States
Title:
'One-Seventh' Colored Are Now in France
Title:
Two Preachers Fight Pistol Duel in Church
Title:
Colored Sailor Proves Hero in Naval Battle
Title:
Southern People Honor Race Man
Title:
Two More Regiments Are Over in France
Title:
White and Colored Elks to Have Closer Union
Title:
Negro and the Flag
Page 04
Title:
Lieut. Of Old Ninth Seriously Wounded
Page 05
Title:
Colored Clerks Wanted
Title:
Washington Teachers Form a Local Union
Title:
Burglar Routed With Hat Pin
Page 07
Title:
Colored Nurses to Urge Recognition
Title:
Bureau Appeals for Work for Mothers
Title:
Moral Uplift
Page 08
Title:
Worthy Cause
Title:
If They Return
Title:
Along the Color Line - Irvin Cobb's Tribute to the Negro
Title:
For the Colored Soldiers, Too
Title:
Dr. Ransome's Father Crosses Great Divide
Title:
Mrs. R.W. Tyler Hears From Son

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