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Number 16 - August 23, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Indiana Pledges Race Justice! Hoosier Executives Laud Race's Record
Title:
Banks Defeated by Lack of Race Support
Title:
They're Still Out After Bruce's Scalp
Title:
Topeka Honors Boys of the 92nd Division
Title:
Nineteen Colored Laborers Quit
Title:
Woman Admits Story of Rape was Fake
Title:
Ire of Topeka Whites Aroused Over Use of Park Pool By Race
Title:
Mississippi Town Feels Labor Pinch
Title:
Race Friction In Louisville
Title:
Boston Soldier Win The Medal Militaire
Title:
An Appeal to Americans Not Yet Written by President Woodrow Wilson
Title:
Shotguns --- "Keep-out" Warning
Title:
Celebrate Freedom at Puritas Springs
Title:
I.W.W. Throws Out Bait for Colored Workers
Title:
N.A.A.C.P. Mass Meeting
Page 07
Title:
Setting Stage for New Race Champion
Page 08
Title:
Southern Law a Determining Factor
Title:
Let Us Cut Out the Frills
Title:
Where is She?
Title:
Birmingham Folk Observe Emancipation

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