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Number 18 - September 11, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Democrats Raise the Race Issue in Kentucky Fight
Title:
Colored Women Registering to Vote in Indiana
Title:
Man Shot in Quarrel
Title:
Cleveland Woman Heads Republican Party Bureau
Title:
Bill MacDonald Quits the G.O.P.
Title:
Big Chorus to Open Baptist Convention
Title:
Enquirer Scribe is Very Sarcastic
Title:
"Booker T." Records Columbia Feature
Title:
Medics Visit Shrine of Tuskegee's Sage
Title:
Georgia to Import Mexican Laborers?
Title:
Alabama Man Heads National Shriners
Title:
Hoke Smith May Be Defeated in Georgia
Title:
"Steel City" To Hold Colored Population
Title:
Thompson-Lowden Fight Stirs Whole State of Illinois
Title:
Columbus K. of P. Perfect Plans for a Huge Celebration
Page 05
Title:
Man Surrenders
Title:
Felllow Clerkks Honor
Page 08
Title:
McDonald's Defy
Title:
They Dared to Protect Their Own
Title:
Is It "Sop" We Are to Get?
Title:
Harry Davis as Governor Will Take Care of the Colored
Title:
Atlanta Constitution Declares for Harding
Title:
Six Colored Candidates for Ohio Offices

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