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Number 22 - October 05, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Local Boys Defy Death As They March Amidst a Hail of Shells
Title:
Crack Colored Troops Drive Turks Before 'em
Title:
New Officer Camp for Race in Sight
Title:
Crack Colored Yank Division Fight Like Demons Over There
Title:
Colored Woman Medic Breaks All Records
Title:
Colored Georgia Chauffeur Invents Three Aerial Bombs First One Brought $ 15,000
Title:
Women Invade All Fields of Labor
Page 02
Title:
Here is the Government Plan for Training Colored Youths
Page 04
Title:
Aye! Aye! Mr. Wilson
Title:
Just a Little Plea
Title:
Oh Death, Where is Thy Sting?
Title:
Plan to Stop Discrimination Against Race in W. Virginia
Title:
Race Woman Runs
Page 06
Title:
Railway Company May Let Down "Bars"
Page 08
Title:
Negro American and Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign
Title:
Negroes and the Kaiser

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