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Number 24 - October 19, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Race Riot in Brooklyn; One Dead, 18 Hurt
Title:
Woman Currency Expert "Makes Good" at Job
Title:
Race Men Break Record in Liberty Bond Purchase
Title:
Colored Troops Participate in Storming Metz Fortress
Title:
Race Bank Is Made National Depository
Title:
Applies for Writ to Free Soldiers
Title:
"I'll Lick Ten Huns" Says a Colored Man
Title:
'Twas Jack Johnson Who First Scared Huns
Title:
French Are Amazed at Race Troops' Fearlessness
Title:
Colored Band in France Creates a Big Senation
Title:
Stories of Heroic Daring Trickle through About Colored Troops Abroad
Page 04
Title:
White Boxer Uses Stone in Gloves With Negro
Page 05
Title:
Real Estate Business in the Sixth City This Year
Title:
Civil Service
Title:
Here is the Record of Colored Regiments
Title:
Colored Troops Capture Town
Title:
Southern Sailors Cause Trouble at Philadelphia
Page 08
Title:
Capt. Root Vs. Oberlin's Traditions
Title:
Governor Cox and the Negro
Title:
"Death is Swallowed Up in Victory" the Answer
Title:
Negro Soldier - Editorial of Philadephia Public Ledger
Title:
Wanted: Trouble, Editorial Atlanta Constition
Title:
Colored Soldier. Editorial, Popular Mechanics
Title:
Man Listed As Deserter Really Won Promotion

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