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Number 19 - September 13, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Congress Gets Law Against Jim-Crowism
Title:
Quiet Restored in Knoxville After Hours of Martial Law
Title:
Judge Urges Punishment of Old Man's Lynchers
Title:
Race Men Reward Heroic White Man
Title:
Why Can't the Maids Sit in Sunday School
Title:
Louisiana Adds to the Lynching Score
Title:
Cleveland to be Placed on the "Financial Map"
Title:
Indiscreet Editor is in Hands of Law
Title:
Genus Should Use His Picture Next Time
Title:
"Make American Safe" is League's Slogan
Title:
Another Bishop Sends Pres. Wilson, Protest
Title:
White Pastor Pleads for Racial Equality
Page 07
Title:
"Howard" Marshalls Athletes for Fall Activities
Page 08
Title:
South's Apologist
Title:
For the Information of Congressman Byrnes

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