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Number 28 - November 15, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Condemned Officers of 368 Infantry Freed by War Dept.
Title:
Will Someone Page Craig Kennedy?
Title:
Parents Still Hot on Bruce's Trail
Title:
At 127 He Walks 8 Miles to Town
Title:
Colored City Hospital Opens in Saint Louis
Title:
Southern Daily Finds Beauty in Race Dialect
Title:
Colored Men Elected in November Elections
Title:
Situation, Once Tense, is Now Cleared Up in This S. Carolina City
Title:
Alderman Plans Aid for His People
Title:
Wilberforce to Raise Fund
Title:
Half-Million Dollar Bank to be Opened by Atlanta People
Title:
Often When They Cry 'Wolf, Wolf!" There is No Truth in Warning
Title:
Churchmen Resent Insult to DeBerry
Page 07
Title:
Sporting Gossip - Jamica Winner in Furious Bout
Page 08
Title:
Where We Stand on the Wilberforce Question
Title:
Socialism Not For The Colored Man
Title:
On Political Firing Line
Title:
Negroes in Chicago
Title:
Justice, Plain Justice! That's All
Title:
Some Racial Episodes
Title:
Brownlow Tells Struggles of 1st Negro Senator
Page 09
Title:
Statement to the Voters of the 11th Ward

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