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Number 43 - March 01, 1919
Page 01
Title:
City Thunders Welcome to Fighting 9th
Title:
Bostonians Demand Recognition of Race Officers
Title:
"Our Boys" Need Not Be Told To Be "Modest and Unassuming"
Title:
Church Looms Big in South's Politics
Title:
Klu Klux Klan Threaten Race in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Title:
Harry Gibson Returns
Title:
Emmett J. Scott To Speak at St. Johns
Page 02
Title:
Colored Man Named on Finance Body
Title:
Absence of Colored Officers With Returning Troops Object of Much Comment
Title:
Hayward's Tribute to Gallant 15th
Page 04
Title:
Ralph W. Tyler Here Spends Busy Hours
Title:
Howard's President on Colored Leaders
Page 07
Title:
Colored Labor Conditions in Ohio Following the War
Title:
Some Live Anecdotes of Jack Johnson
Page 08
Title:
Men of the "Fighting Ninth"
Title:
"The Confession"
Title:
Pass It Along
Title:
News From West Virginia
Title:
Col. Hayward on Colored Officers

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