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Number 36 - January 11, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Colonel Theodore Roosevelt Passes Away; Last Word is to His Faithful Colored Attendant
Title:
Colored Troops Win Numerous Medals
Title:
Colored Democrats to Protest Injustices
Title:
Colored Officer Boasts Eight War Medals
Title:
Scott Wires Sympathy to Roosevelt's Widow
Title:
Fourteen Face Trial for "Lynching Bee"
Title:
Four White Men Held For Shooting Race Man
Page 06
Title:
Negro Music
Page 07
Title:
Colored Pitcher Saves American Nine From Defeat
Page 08
Title:
Theodore Roosevelt Has Passed!
Title:
Lynching as a Habit!
Title:
Mississippi's Governor!

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