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Number 30 - November 30, 1918
Page 01
Title:
10 Colored Yanks, 92nd Div., Are Found Starving at Metz
Title:
Gen. Rosenbaum Praises Our Brave Soldiers Across the Ocean
Title:
"Lest We Forget," Brisbane Reminds Us
Title:
Church for Newcomers Instead of Missions
Title:
N.A.A.C.P. Wires Protest to the Southern Governors
Title:
Mongolians to Query Idea of Race Discrimination at Peace Conference in Paris
Title:
Georgia's Governor Calls Race "Patriots"
Title:
900,000 Black Men Die For France
Title:
Colored Boys Educate England's Two Rulers
Page 02
Title:
G.O.P. Urges Plan to Vote Race in South
Title:
Columbus Gets Meet of Urban League
Page 03
Title:
Colored Yank Soldiers Jazz Their Way Through France
Title:
Mob Rule!
Title:
Negro Troops!
Title:
Colored Stevedores Lauded by Tyler
Title:
Letter Box
Page 05
Title:
Negro Economics - Ohio
Page 06
Title:
This is a Republican Newspaper
Title:
Nashville May Get Colored Seminary
Title:
Plans for Opening Race City Hospital Discussed
Page 07
Title:
Jeannette's Manager Scores Prejudice
Title:
Here Is Official Data on Race Troops
Title:
Colored People. Editorial Comment in Nashville Banner
Title:
Here is Data About Race Meet
Page 08
Title:
We Are Not Going to Africa
Title:
"Now Thank We All Our God"
Title:
Race Draftees Are Praised at Southern Camp

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