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Number 33 - December 21, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Soldier Defies Jim Crowism, Shoots Two Men in a Row
Title:
Equal Rights League Wires Peace Envoys
Title:
Chicago Evening Post Takes the Hide Off in Discussing Lynch Law
Title:
Score One More for the Negro Race
Title:
Hoodlums Want Race People to Move
Title:
One of the Reasons Why Sgt. Caldwell Shot Two!
Title:
Chaplain Praises Courage of Men of 92nd Division
Title:
Honor Colored Heroes
Title:
Many Delegates Picked to Attend Race Meet
Page 02
Title:
Nothing Doing on Colored Policemen
Page 03
Title:
N.A.A.C.P. on the Job
Page 06
Title:
What Col. Moss Says About Race Soldiers
Page 08
Title:
Day We Celebrate
Title:
Valuable Publication
Title:
Henry Taylor
Title:
Along the Color Line - The Negro and the War
Title:
Negro American in His new Relation
Page 09
Title:
Race's War Record Is One To Be Proud Of
Title:
U.S. Examiner Honors the Solvent American Woodmen
Title:
Colored Reigns in this Historic Inn
Title:
Race Men Ask for Colonies Lost By German Empire
Title:
Jazz Band Leads Parade in London
Page 10
Title:
Jack Johnson Wants to Stage Come-Back
Page 11
Title:
G.O.P. To Break Power of 'South'
Title:
Handy and the "Blues"
Page 12
Title:
Dayton Honors Race Soldiers of Nation in Divine Service

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