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Number 12 - July 31, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Hays 'Passes Buck' as to the Naming of Lincoln Johnson
Title:
Southern Jurist Frees Race Man
Title:
"Hoosiers" Have Race Fireman at Richmond
Title:
Members of Mob Shot in Lynching Attempt
Title:
Is This the Chivalry of Texas Variety?
Title:
Democrats "Pow-Wow" on Colored Voters
Title:
High Poits in Harding's Talk of Interest to Us
Title:
Migration Still On, Dispatches Prove
Title:
Resents Attitude of White Officers
Title:
Hoosier Whites Play the Part of "Snobs"
Title:
Leader of Cult Finds Himself "in Grip of Law"
Title:
Gompers Tells of Federation's Plan for Race Workers
Title:
'Black and Tans' Are on Warpath
Title:
New Bomb Outrage in "Windy City"
Title:
Tyler Interviews Senator Harding
Page 07
Title:
Rallying to Woods - Are Two Colored Clubs
Page 08
Title:
Republican Nominee Answers
Title:
You Said it, Professor
Title:
Harry L. Davis for Governor

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