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Number 33 - December 20, 1919
Page 01
Title:
Newspaper Raps Mob Law
Title:
Fight Started on the South's Representation
Title:
Dr. Bray is Freed of 'Moral Turpitude' Charge
Title:
New York Newspaper Discusses our Future
Title:
Senator France to Fight Jim-Crowism
Title:
Governor Refuses Aid of Colored U.S. Troops
Title:
Cincinnati is 'Het up' Over Jim-Crow School
Title:
Plan to Give Our Race Member of Congress
Title:
Columbus Mothers to Battle Gambling Dens
Title:
Southerner Pleads Chance for Our Race
Title:
Race Man Invents Novel Diving Suit
Title:
Jim-Crow Corpse in State of Oklahoma
Page 04
Title:
Justice Nichols Scores Mob Law
Page 07
Title:
Jack Johnson is Bull Fighter Now
Page 08
Title:
Cup of Cheer
Title:
Making Him "the Goat"
Title:
Appeal to Republicans
Title:
Fight Extradition for Fear of Mob Action
Title:
"Color Line" Causes Suit
Title:
To the Citizenry of Cleveland Ward 11 in Particular

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