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Number 23 - October 12, 1918
Page 01
Title:
America's Black Troops Again Triumphed Gloriously in France
Title:
'Death Does Not Matter' Writes Lieut. 'Over There'
Title:
English King Sends Race Woman Sympathy
Title:
His Children Hungry That's Why He Deserted
Title:
Boy Orator Sounds Strong Patriotic Note
Title:
Bulletin
Title:
Industrial Education in the Present Crisis
Title:
President Receives Race Delegation
Title:
Heroism of Race Troops Wins Unstinted Praise
Title:
Passes for White; Now He's In Jail
Title:
This Brother Scorns Dead Men's Ghost
Title:
Colored Man Anxious to Fight for Country
Title:
Krupp Guns Have No Terror For the Troops of our Race
Page 04
Title:
Who's in the Woodpile?
Title:
What About More Officers?
Title:
New Era
Title:
Along the Color Line - The Negro Soldier Boys
Title:
Interesting Experience - Editorial Kansas City Journal
Page 05
Title:
Letter Box - A Word of Commendation
Title:
Letter Box - Letter to the Editor
Page 06
Title:
Another Rat-hole Closed
Title:
Work - Vote Protection
Title:
Help Save the Country
Title:
Laborettes
Title:
Colored Units Now Fighting on the Western Front
Title:
Colored Commissioned Officers
Title:
Colored Women Volunteer Service League of New York
Title:
Musical Work of Mr. J.E. Blanton in Camp
Title:
New Barracks at Howard University
Title:
Love of Colored Jazz Band by the French
Title:
Inform Commanders of Special Abilities

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