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Number 35 - January 04, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Lynchings Increase During 1918, 92nd Division is Coming Home
Title:
Richard Bundy 'Stars' in Liberian Affairs
Title:
Ex-Congressman White Dies at Philadelphia
Title:
Wounded Heroes Speak at Richmond Meeting
Title:
Cleveland Entertains 'Alpha Phi Alpha' Men
Title:
British Officer Lauds Colored Yank Troops
Title:
Pupils' Strike is Quieting Down
Title:
Brutes, Cowards, Hypocrites
Title:
"All We Want is Courage," Writes Local Boy "Over There"
Title:
Real 'Pep' Like This Will Surely 'Win Out'
Page 03
Title:
Colored Artist Slain; Nine Under Arrest
Title:
Industrial Conditions in the Buckeye State
Page 05
Title:
Negro Welfare Association
Title:
Daniel D. Fowler, B. SC.
Page 07
Title:
Jack Dempsey Still Sidesteps Colored Fighters
Title:
Lynching Increase During Past Year
Page 08
Title:
Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Title:
Must They Ride in Jim-Crow Cars?
Title:
Irvin Cobb Lauds Race in Speech at Paducah

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