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Number 48 - April 05, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Bundy Found Guilty; Counsel Plans Appeal
Title:
Schwab Makes Loans to Colored Soldiers; They Prove Real Men
Title:
Conscience Pricks Southern Governor
Title:
It's the Union News Co.
Title:
Youngster Strikes for Higher Wages
Title:
Japs Rap Prejudice
Title:
Albany Hero Speaks to St. Louis Audience
Title:
To Probe Mistreatment of "Boys" Overseas
Title:
Russian Woman Raps Prejudice
Title:
Organization Plans to Fight Prejudice
Title:
Politicians Scared
Title:
Musicians to Meet in "Windy City"
Title:
"The Dawn is Breaking"
Title:
Tyler At Deroit
Title:
Philadelphians in Mass Meeting Demand Full Rights of Citizenship
Title:
Race Soldiers Form G.A.A. Society
Title:
Southern Officer Makes Confession
Title:
Near Riot at Meade
Page 04
Title:
News From Overseas
Page 07
Title:
Sporting Scribe on Jack Johnson
Page 08
Title:
Let Us Get Together
Title:
Let Us Take Stock
Title:
We Want Men With "Pep"
Title:
E.H. Berry Voices Racial Protest

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