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Number 45 - March 15, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Richmond Snubs 'Boys'
Title:
New Spirit
Title:
Cupid Was Strong
Title:
New Segregation Bill on Foot in Kansas
Title:
Colored Mechanics Make Good Records
Title:
General Lauds 'Our Boys'
Title:
Philadelphians Urge Equal Rights Bill
Title:
Claim Discrimination
Title:
Boys Have Not Returned As Moton Advised, "Most and Unassuming," Says Tyler
Title:
Medals Alright, But He Wants Good Job
Title:
South Carolina Honors Boys of 371st Infantry
Title:
Race Man Disappears; In the Hands of Mob
Title:
Ministers Wire To Aid Bill
Page 04
Title:
Church Puts "One Over" On Race in Memphis
Page 05
Title:
200 Colored Soldiers Hear Secretary Baker
Page 08
Title:
Gratuitous Meddler
Title:
Spilling the Milk
Title:
How We Answered the Call to Serve Our Own Country
Title:
Federal Law for Lynchers

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