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Number 17 - August 30, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Here are the Facts of the Shillady Case - N.A.A.C.P. Secretary Called to Texas on Official Business is Mobbed
Title:
Editor W.E. King of the Dallas Express Murdered by Woman
Title:
Committee is Named to Probe Race Feeling
Title:
Youth Wins Prize in Nation Wide Contest
Title:
Dr. Frank Crane in "The New York Globe." The Negro
Title:
Boy, "Page Sec'y. Baker"
Title:
Vendor of Medicines in Grip of Law
Title:
N. Carolina Figures on Race Congressman
Title:
"Hip, Hip, Hooray" for Dover Folk
Title:
Here is a New Idea to Solve Problem
Title:
Pontiac Studies Need of Colored Citizens
Title:
Englishman Refuses to Acquiesce in Yank's Discrimination Scheme
Title:
New Jersey to Elect Colored Assemblyman
Title:
Colored Editor Lauds President Wilson
Title:
New Angle Seen in Riot Probe
Page 05
Title:
Advocate is Discovered
Page 07
Title:
Gothamites Draw Line Gainst Race Workers
Page 08
Title:
Where's the Lincoln League
Title:
Savage Texas

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