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Number 18 - September 07, 1918
Page 01
Title:
"Just Let Us Get at Germans" is Cry of Black Devils As They Are Held From Front
Title:
Colonel Praises 'Pep' of Colored Soldiers
Title:
Colored Girl Holds Responsible Position
Title:
Massillon Folk To Do Their Bit
Title:
Women Section Hands on Southern Railroad
Title:
Colonel Roosevelt Aids Y.W.C.A. Work
Title:
Race Congress Called for Windy City
Title:
Jail Barber for Seditious Remarks
Title:
Committee Aids Needy Race Woman
Title:
80 Per Cent of Race Men Non-Combatants
Title:
Shot and Hanged for Stealing Whisky
Title:
311,000 Negroes Called to Colors by U.S. to Fight for Democracy
Title:
Is This Possible?
Title:
Deserter Burned His U.S. Uniform
Title:
President Saves Condemned Men
Title:
Colored Sailor Proves Hero in Naval Battle
Page 02
Title:
Black Devils of America
Title:
Aged Colored Bishop to Serve Overseas
Page 04
Title:
Camp Sherman
Page 05
Title:
"Ups and Downs" of the Colored Waiter
Title:
Rent Profiteers on "Carpet"
Page 06
Title:
Doctors Pledge Allegiance While Rapping Injustices
Title:
Doctor Grimke Sounds the Tocsin for Eternal Vigilance
Page 08
Title:
Get Together
Title:
Big Achievement
Title:
Along the Color Line - Negro Soldier
Title:
Americans Every One
Title:
Draft Slacker Shot by White Patrolman

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