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Number 37 - January 18, 1919
Page 01
Title:
France Rewards Colored Boys
Title:
Doctor Arrested Falsely; Sues Police
Title:
Part of 92nd Division is Coming
Title:
Colored Youth Victim of Accidental Death
Title:
'Nothing Doing, Sonny, Just You Beat It!'
Title:
"No Color Line in Bravery," Says Boston Post
Title:
White Men Resent Race Employes; Quit Their Job
Title:
Goes to Address Senate; Is Put in the Madhouse
Title:
To Make Public Feel Result of Lynching
Title:
"Poke Easy" Gets a Rather "Hard Poke"
Title:
South African Boy Adrift in Nashville
Title:
92nd Division Really Captured Metz Fortress
Title:
Mrs. Wilson's Colored Maid Makes Staid Londerers Smile at Her Yankee Wit
Title:
Was I Over, Did You Say? 'I'm Back With Cooties!'
Title:
Washington Boy
Page 03
Title:
"T.R"., Mark Hanna and a Colored Man!
Title:
"T.R." and Foraker!
Title:
Alabama Judge to Try Lynchers Monday
Page 04
Title:
Alabama Soldier Is Cited For Bravery
Title:
More Colored Boys
Page 06
Title:
White Press on Roosevelt
Title:
"The Sower Goes Forth Sowing"
Title:
And "The Cat" Came Back
Page 07
Title:
Sporting News
Page 08
Title:
"To the Boys Over Here!"
Title:
To Biblo of Mississippi
Title:
No Cause for Worry

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