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Number 21 - September 27, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Race Congress to Demand Rights at Session Held in Washington
Title:
Things are Different in North Carolina
Title:
Episcopal Meet Brings Church Dignitaries Here
Title:
Episcopalians Plan Uplift for Race
Title:
Two Men Sentenced in Race Riot Trial
Title:
Julius Rosenwald Offers Medical Scholarship
Title:
Congressman Vare Aids Fight on Jim-Crowism
Title:
G.A. Morgan Co. Gets an Expert Accountant
Title:
Here is an Anecdote of Col. Roosevelt
Title:
Insults Colored Girl; Gets Severe Beating
Title:
Japanese Paper Takes a Fling at Uncle Sam
Title:
Congress Gets Bill to Study Race Question
Title:
French Defends Attitude of Women to Race Soldiers
Page 08
Title:
Insulting the Race
Title:
Welcome to the Episcopalians
Title:
Central Avenue Needs Attention

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