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Number 32 - December 14, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Colored Yank Troops Invaded German Soil
Title:
White Red Cross Want to Be 'Santa' to Kids of Colored Soldiers
Title:
Race Farmers Buy High Class Cattle
Title:
Colored Yanks Had Strange Experience
Title:
Henry is in "Toils" After "Liberty Dash"
Title:
C.M.E. Celebrates Fiftieth Anniversary
Title:
No Color-Line Drawn in Army Altlhetics
Title:
Race Soldier Gives Blood to Save "White"
Title:
Two Colored Heroes
Title:
Safe at Camp Y is Blown by Yeggs
Title:
Men of 92nd Division are in Hospital Here
Title:
Laborers Balk at Digging Up Gosts
Title:
Judge Bawls out Ignorant White Cop
Title:
Read This Story of Race Heroism
Title:
'92d Division Was in It at the Finish,' Says Official Paper, 'Stars and Stripes'
Title:
Freight Cars Look Like "Pullman Parlor Coaches" on War Front
Page 03
Title:
Dr. Lyon Sees Flags of Allied Nations Presented
Page 04
Title:
Eleventh Annual Convention of College Men Meets Here
Title:
Plan to Aid Race Workers in Erie, Pa.
Page 06
Title:
Mrs. Mary Church Terrell Takes Up War Camp Community Service
Title:
Emmett J. Scott's History to Be Only Authoritative Account of "The Negro in the War"
Title:
One Colored Man Held Up Hun Army
Page 08
Title:
General, We Can't Believe You!
Title:
Along the Color Line - "Nigger" Must Pass

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