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Number 28 - November 16, 1918
Page 01
Title:
And Peace is Here! What Does it Mean to the Negro Race?
Title:
Colored Soldiers Compelled to Work for a Civilian is Report From the South
Title:
One Reason Why Germany Surrendered
Title:
He Salutes Officer with a Wet Mop
Title:
He Used Mails to Do His "Courting"
Title:
Wide-Awake Club to Aid Victory Drive
Title:
"I Am Ready;" He Signs Questionnaire
Title:
Colored Officer is Cited for Bravery
Title:
Race Fireman Saves Lives By Heroism
Title:
Huns Thought Whole Army Was Colored
Title:
I Am The "Guy" He Writes U.S.
Title:
Race Chauffeurs Block a Funeral Procession
Title:
St. Louis Race Men Win in Legislature
Title:
This Draftee Is Perfect Specimen
Title:
School President Is Victim of Big Hoax
Title:
George Says, "Fire Away, My Boys!"
Page 03
Title:
Race's Part in Great War to Be History
Title:
Old Woman's Dope Puzzles Officers
Title:
Lumber Jack Work
Title:
Urges Self-Rule for the Africans
Title:
White Editor Held
Title:
Jacksonville Folk to Aid Their Needy
Page 05
Title:
Colored Medical Officers
Page 06
Title:
Race Men Replace Striking Waiters in Gotham Hotels
Title:
One Armed Soldier Defies Jim-Crowism
Title:
Many Negroes Vote
Title:
Colored Men Win Seats in Charleston Legislature
Title:
Women Aid Hunt for Draft Slackers
Page 07
Title:
Joe Jeannette to Stage Come-Back
Title:
What the Bahia Movement Means to the Colored Race
Title:
Needham Roberts is Honored by Trenton, New Jersey, Officials
Page 08
Title:
"The Dawn Comes Up Like Thunder"
Title:
Watchful Waiting!
Title:
What's the Negro's Share?

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