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Number 25 - October 26, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Ralph W. Tyler Writes of the Spirit of France
Title:
Soldiers Rush to Plant to Quell a Small Riot
Title:
Same Old Game in the Same Old Way
Title:
Colored Machine Gunners Are Cited for Bravery
Title:
Two Lieutenants Back From Front Tell of Fighting
Title:
Colored Nurses Go to Battle Disease
Title:
Tried to Burn Babe; Now In Law's Grip
Title:
Colored Man Gave His "All"
Title:
Colored Are Kept in Veritable Slavery
Title:
Authorities Stumped With Color Problem
Title:
Draft Race Men for U.S. Navy
Title:
Brushes White Woman; Officers Arrest Her
Page 03
Title:
Home for Colored Female War Workers
Title:
German Fear of Colored Troops
Title:
Patriotic Meeting of 10,000 Enthusiastic Colored People
Title:
Canteen Established by Colored Women
Title:
Highest Ranking Colored Officer in Army
Title:
Color Line in War Work
Page 07
Title:
Scott, Colored War Sec'y, Man of Great Attainments
Title:
Colored Girl Wins Song-Writing Contest
Page 08
Title:
"Lord God of Hosts Be With Us --- Lest We Forget"
Title:
She Had Her Dream
Title:
Frank B. Willis For Us
Title:
New Degree at Hiram College
Title:
Ounce of Caution
Title:
Negro and the Loan
Title:
Color Line Again
Title:
Color Sergeant
Title:
Frank B. Willis' Message to Colored Ohioans
Title:
Race Lawyers Praise Judge F.B. Gott

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