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Number 38 - January 24, 1920
Page 01
Title:
A.M.E. Church Offers to Buy Buckeye State's Interest in the University at Wilberforce
Title:
Fight is Launched to Save Condemned Arkansas Man
Title:
Quaker City Rabbi Raps Spirit of Hate
Title:
France Invites Black Americans
Title:
Law to Prevent Lynchings and Race Riots is Urged
Title:
North Carolina Chief 'Hands Out Buncombe'
Title:
Washington League Voices its Protest
Title:
Flagman Defies Officers of Law
Title:
Only Colored Man Appointed Prohibition Agent
Title:
Political Chatter
Title:
Negro's Greatest Work to be Political
Page 03
Title:
Respect in the South
Title:
Old Judge Lynch
Page 08
Title:
Had He Been Living Today
Title:
Pointing the Way
Title:
Best City in America
Title:
McKinley's Birthday
Title:
Some Political Precedents
Title:
Colored Men Always Doing Good in Chicago
Title:
Rumors Swirl Around Wilberforce
Title:
Colored Leaders Being Overlooked by Republicans
Title:
Ralph Tyler May Run

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