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Number 21 - September 28, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Pershing Decorates Colored Soldiers for Heroism and Bravery in Action
Title:
Colored Yanks Bury Dead As They Sing Old Songs
Title:
Pershing Lauds Colored Troops
Title:
Philadelphia Boasts Women White Wings
Title:
One-Eyed But He Went To France
Title:
Noted Divine Plans Aid for Condemned
Title:
Colored Troops Overseas Are Praised for Snappiness
Title:
Another Race Soldier Pays Death Penalty
Title:
Meade Gets Ten Colored Officers
Title:
Colored Doctor Enlists As Ordinary Private
Title:
New England City Has Boy Scouts
Title:
Sonthern Judge Aids Race School
Title:
Flag Service Held in "Boys" Honor
Title:
Alabama Enrolls Many Colored Boys
Title:
To Build Nurses Home at Sherman
Title:
Race Soldier Shoots White Military Cop
Title:
Camp Taylor Has Pioneer Regiment
Title:
Negro a Winner of Service Cross
Page 03
Title:
Negro's Part in the War - Medical Men in Campaign Against Veneral Diseases
Page 04
Title:
Our Boys Who Go and Those Who May Return
Title:
That's Why You Couldn't Stop Them, Colonel!
Title:
Along the Color Line - The End of Negrophobia
Title:
Negro Soldier
Page 06
Title:
Organized Labor Backs Negro in Fight for Justice
Title:
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