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Number 11 - July 19, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Race in South Will Demand Right to Vote
Title:
Youngstown Chosen for Next Annual Meeting of the Women's Club
Title:
Capital Gets First Post of the American Legion
Title:
Senator Borah's Views on the Race Question
Title:
Situation is Quiet at Longview, Texas
Title:
Ex-Cashier of Race Bank Denies He is Colored
Title:
Some Consolation
Title:
Foreigners Won't Work With Black Yanks
Title:
New York World Scores Mob Law
Title:
Mob Law Threatens to Invade Capitol
Title:
Daily Paper Warns U.S. All Is Not Well With Race
Title:
Rev. Gilliam Explains How Booths Were Run
Title:
North Carolina Boasts Jim-Crow Post Office
Page 07
Title:
Sol White Says
Page 08
Title:
Must We Form Our Own Party?
Title:
"Straws" That Show Which Way the Wind Blows
Title:
"The Glorious Seven Million"
Title:
N.A.A.C.P. Salaries

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