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Number 44 - March 13, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Baltimore Whites Fear Invasion of Colored Folk in Their Own Districts
Title:
Harding's Texas Visit Loses Him Race Votes
Title:
Principal Moton Predicts Ends of Lynching Wave
Title:
Ex-Governor Favors Anti-Lynching Law
Title:
Mississippi Raps Political Parasites
Title:
Ohioans Unite to Boost F.D. Patterson
Title:
Kentucky May Have Medical College
Title:
Ruffin Battles to Save His Life
Title:
Plan New Bank at Birmingham, Ala.
Title:
Race Wins Point
Title:
Simmons Loses in Louisville Fight
Title:
White Woman Defends Race Men's Virtue
Title:
Lorain for Patterson
Title:
Texas Plans New Jim-Crow Features
Title:
Race Pays Big Taxes, Late Returns Indicate
Title:
Dr. D.W. Sherrod in Mississipi is Delegate
Title:
Charles Cottrill is Losing 'Race Pride'
Title:
Ohio Race Soldiers are for Wood
Page 08
Title:
Prof. Work's Achievement
Title:
Colored Leadership
Title:
Fred Patterson Stands Firm
Title:
Shame of It!
Title:
Of Interest to Bishop Joshua H. Jones and Others Concerned!

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