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Number 31 - December 07, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Gallant 92d Division Makes Most Glorious Record Over in France
Title:
Riley's Business Nets Him Trouble "Galore"
Title:
Two Dead in a Quarrel
Title:
Race Boys Will Be Mustered out in Own Home States
Title:
Thousands of Local Boys 'Over There' May Return Home For Christmas Feast
Title:
He Only Had Mere Pocket Change, Cap'n
Title:
Southerner Praises Work of Race in "War Drive"
Title:
Faithful Nurse Passes Into the Great Beyond
Title:
Virginia is Stained With Lynching Bee
Title:
Catholics Organize New N.A.A.C.P.
Title:
Game Ends in Death for One
Title:
Loaded Shell Causes Injury to Two People
Title:
Colored Police Officer in a Shooting Scrape
Title:
Youngster to Die Crime Committed
Title:
'We Were On Our Way to Berlin When They Stopped Us,' Says Yank
Page 02
Title:
How They Buried a Soldier at Sea
Page 03
Title:
Film of "Our Colored Fighters" to be Released
Title:
Colored American in War Work
Page 05
Title:
Urban League Plans to Do Great War Work
Page 06
Title:
Colored Soldier's Humane Heart
Title:
Cook's Reputation Boosts 'Mess' Cost
Page 08
Title:
What of "The New Order"?
Title:
Dr. Robert R. Moton Goes To France

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