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Number 46 - March 22, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Race in Ohio Demands Full Civil Rights
Title:
Officer Beats Race Soldier - Loses His Job
Title:
Texas Att'y-General After Lynchers
Title:
Race Resents Hanging of John Snowden
Title:
"Puts One Over" on Jailer, and Escapes
Title:
"On to Liberia" Is Hampton Movement
Title:
Race Man "Stars"
Title:
Worm Turns!
Title:
Cole Blease Poses in a New Role
Title:
Battalion Protests
Title:
Salvation Army Opens Hut for Our Boys
Title:
Renfroe Reprieved
Title:
Labor Knocks Plan for National Guard
Title:
Returns Safe But Bullet Gets Him
Title:
Haynes' Job In Doubt
Title:
New York Divine Pulls the "Lid Off"
Title:
Florida Adds One to Lynching Record
Page 05
Title:
Rev. DeBerry Says War Did Us Good
Title:
Valdosta Scores One!
Page 07
Title:
Sol White's Column of Baseball "Dope"
Title:
Havana Police to Probe Jack's Tale
Title:
Regimental Bands to Tour Country
Title:
What is Democracy?
Title:
Mercy Hospital Takes Over New Buildings
Title:
Villa Asks Ransom For Colored Captive
Page 08
Title:
Columbus Idiots
Title:
Mississippi!
Title:
Give Us Our Rights

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