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Number 34 - December 28, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Unscrupulous Methods Used By White Officers In Discriminating Against Colored Soldiers Are Exposed
Title:
Manning 'Bawls Out' Southern Democrats
Title:
Well Known Man Crosses the Divide
Title:
Hoodlums Lynch Colored Soldier
Title:
War Department to Retain Emmett Scott
Title:
Richmond May Have a Daily Race Paper
Title:
Prominent Race Men Meet at Louisville
Title:
Did We Fight to Make U.S. Safe?
Title:
Toledoans to Celebrate Freedom Anniversary
Title:
Arkansas Official to File Test Case on Jim-Crow Law
Title:
Real Sample of U.S. Democracy
Page 02
Title:
Negro Loyalty!
Page 06
Title:
Two Toledo Colored Boys, Cousins, Are Wounded, Gassed, in France
Page 07
Title:
Huge Crowd Sees Langford Whip Jeff Clark at Nashville
Title:
Wheh!
Page 08
Title:
Welcome Alpha Phi Alpha!
Title:
"Where Ignorance is Bliss"

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