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Number 47 - April 03, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Scarborough To Go Next, Report
Title:
Race in Mississippi Seeks Aid From Solons for Educating Young
Title:
Waiter Refuses Curry; May Lose His Situation
Title:
[Brook]lynites Scared of [Po]ssibility of [Color]ed Neighbors
Title:
Chas. S. Morris, Jr. To Boost Gen. Wood
Title:
Race Voters to Fight Harry Daugherty
Title:
White Scribe Gives Novel View of the Mooted Problem
Title:
Wood's Managers Give Us New Deal
Title:
Charge That "L" Lines Draw the "Color Line"
Title:
Anti-Wood Sentiment Loses in Georgia
Title:
African Workers Plan Labor Coup on Capitalists
Title:
Divine Interrogates as to Church's Duty
Title:
Newark Citizens are out for Vote Representation
Title:
Orchestra Head Had 'Bitten,' Too
Title:
Mary W. Ovington Is Now 'On the Job'
Title:
Englishman Dubs Liberia "Republic of Real Hermits"
Title:
'Poet Laureate' Is Sure 'Some Runner'
Title:
New Jerseyites Have the Real Spirit, Boys
Title:
Illinois Solon Champions Race
Title:
Here is More "Bunk" About Bolshevism
Page 07
Title:
Detroit Stars Win Colored Championship
Page 08
Title:
Vote for Samuel E. Woods
Title:
Passing of the Stand-Patter
Title:
Political Chatter
Title:
Sam Woods As GOP District Delegate Candidate

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