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Number 13 - August 03, 1918
Page 01
Title:
N.Y. 'Buffaloes' Capture 300 Germans; Hold Line 36 Hours - Germans Lose Heavily in Fierce Battle With 'Our Boys' Over There
Title:
President Wilson Denounces Lynch-Law and Mob Violence
Title:
One Policeman Shot in Riot, Sixty Other Persons Are Injured
Title:
50,000 of Race to Join Colors
Title:
Colored Soldiers Will Train at D.C. College
Title:
3,000 Colored Here
Title:
Gridiron Star Wins Commission
Title:
Race Girl Slated for Hero Medal
Title:
Colored Man Has 13 Sons in Service
Title:
Wife Stabs Husband Injuries May Be Fatal
Title:
First Church is Dedicated
Title:
Fair is Called Off Account of War
Title:
Patriotism Costs Job; and He Wants It Back
Title:
"Smoky City" Folk Fight Discrimination
Title:
Race Men Strike
Page 02
Title:
Common People
Page 03
Title:
Moral Uplift
Page 05
Title:
Colored Women Find Places in Industry
Title:
Colored Women Prosper in the Southern Field
Page 06
Title:
Colored Troops of England
Page 08
Title:
Progress Being Made
Title:
Frank B. Willis
Title:
President's Glancing Blow
Title:
Emancipation Day Is 'Topic' of Northern Ohioans
Title:
A.M.E. Zion Holds Conference
Title:
One Fond Hope [poem]
Page 06
Title:
America Won't Fight Eh? What About the Black Troops at Chateau Thierry? [cartoon]

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