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Number 14 - August 10, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Race Troops Storm Huns' Postion on Rheims Soissons Line - Get Nickname of "Black Devils"
Title:
Crack Negro Regiment is Now Known as the "Pioneer Regiment"
Title:
4,000 Illinois Boys Go To Camp Grant
Title:
Well Known Officer Commands at Howard
Title:
Six White Men Held for Attacking Race Woman
Title:
Rosenwald To Aid Kentucky Schools
Title:
Woman Placards Flag; Is Fined 50 Dollars
Title:
Colored Physician is Tarred and Feathered
Title:
White, Red and Black Warriors Oppose Huns
Title:
Detroit Gives Boys Big Send-off
Title:
Newport News Has Plan for Community House
Title:
Negro Yanks March Away to Army Camp
Title:
Colored Lad is Hero
Title:
Discrimination Wrecks Young Woman's Chances
Title:
Race in Birmingham to Have Own Liberty
Title:
President Commends Editor's Conference
Page 02
Title:
Custer Gets 6,000 Race Contingent
Page 05
Title:
Labor Recognizes Race
Title:
Money We Spend
Title:
Negro Labor Council Convenes at Columbus
Title:
Thousands Celebrate Freedom at Luna Park
Title:
Have You Registered?
Page 06
Title:
Progress Being Made
Title:
Frank B. Willis
Page 07
Title:
Moral Uplift
Page 08
Title:
Are They German Propogandists?
Title:
Along the Color Line - The "Black Americans"
Title:
They Are No Tall "Niggers"
Title:
Eyes Will Be Spared
Title:
Mayor's Proclamation Ensures Boys "Send-Off"
Title:
905 Selects Leave Birmingham For Camp
Title:
War Department Bureau is Growing Very Steadily
Title:
With the National Comfort Committee
Title:
Government Promises May Go "Up in the Air"

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