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Number 02 - May 22, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Republicans Get Knockout Blow in State Ruling
Title:
M.E. Church Grants Race Own Bishops
Title:
Jack Green Freed of Murder Charge
Title:
Who Was the Greater -Douglas or Booker?
Title:
Horatio Bottomley to American Ambassador
Title:
It Makes Difference Who Commits Crime
Title:
Here is Example of Biased Publicity
Title:
Oberlin President Speaks at Tuskegee
Title:
Virginians Plan to Bring Their Contest to G.O.P. Convention
Title:
Medics Hold Meet at Maysville, Ky.
Title:
Atlanta Executive Honors Race Men
Title:
A.M.E. Church Picks Five New Bishops at St. Louis Convention
Title:
Catholic Colleges Now Open to Race
Title:
Atty. Nutter Proves That He Was "Framed"
Title:
Richmond Jurist Scorns Race's Plea
Title:
Howard Prof. Honored by Noted Scientist
Title:
Thora McCree is Colored, So Say Learned Medics
Title:
Will Cook Ousted From "Syncopated"
Page 06
Title:
St. Louis Singers Please "Ye Critic"
Page 08
Title:
New Departure
Title:
"Camouflage"
Title:
Hurtful Charge Refuted
Title:
Beautiful Women
Title:
France's Hope - The French Blacks

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