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Number 49 - April 12, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Where Does the Republican Party Stand on the Beaty Civil Rights Bill?
Title:
Joke is On the Other Fellow
Title:
Jim-Crow Cars Doomed Says Bishop Denby
Title:
Governor Arbitrates with Race Banker
Title:
He Calls Us Aristocrats
Title:
Best Laid Plans Can Oft Go Awry
Title:
Here is a Real Gleam of Glorious Cheer
Title:
Georgia Ex-Governor Argues for South
Title:
Race Moves Warily on the Union Idea
Title:
New Jersey to Have Civil Rights Bill
Title:
Otis Duncan Named Colonel of "Eighth"
Title:
Philadelphia Critic on Boxing Game
Page 07
Title:
Emmett Scott's History to Be Out Very Soon
Title:
Columbus Folk on the Job
Page 08
Title:
Bundy Case
Title:
Go to the Root
Title:
Room for More Investigation
Title:
Race in Memphis Active

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