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Number 39 - February 01, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Five Officers Saved From Firing Squad
Title:
Commencing Soon
Title:
Many Colored Men Win Service Crosses
Title:
Race in Birmingham Seek Governor's Aid in Uplift
Title:
Huns Really Feared U.S. Colored Troops
Title:
Man Shoots Soldier on Flimsy Excuse
Title:
General Ballou Here Praises Race Soldiers
Title:
Are You Loyal to Our Colored Soldiers Who Have Been Fighting in France? If So Contribute to Needy Returning Boys
Title:
Georgia to Perpetuate War Record of Race
Title:
Jim-Crow Bill Is Introduced in Missouri Senate
Title:
Trial of White Lynchers is Postponed Two Weeks
Page 04
Title:
Ralph W. Tyler To Tell of Our Soldier's "Part"
Page 06
Title:
M.E. Visitors Rise in Honor of Negro
Title:
White Officer Praises 802nd Piooner "Boys"
Title:
Disrobes on Street, Gives Statue Clothes
Title:
Barbarous!
Page 07
Title:
Let the Law Accept Anarchy's Challenge
Page 08
Title:
We Ask to Enjoy the Fruits
Title:
"Fling Wide The Gates!"
Title:
In Heaven's Name,What Next?
Title:
"Home, Sweet Home"
Title:
Suggestion to Stop Lynching
Title:
New York Orchestra Has Many Engagements
Title:
Altercation Ends in Death

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