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Number 19 - September 18, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Harding Greets Baptist Hosts
Title:
Virginia Women Not Yet "Approached"
Title:
New Yorker Is Held on Federal Charge
Title:
Garvey's Convention Wires Mac Swiney
Title:
Black Star Liner in Trough of Waves
Title:
Oklahomans Demand Protection of Law
Title:
Capital Folk Await Colored Champ Series
Title:
Mississippi Keeps "Rebel Record" Intact
Title:
Try to Block Mixture of Indian and Negro
Title:
Colored Town Shows Evidence of Progress
Title:
Columbus "Y" To Start New Development Soon
Title:
Moton Admonishes Race: "Be Efficient"
Title:
New Y.W.C.A. Opened at Nation's Capital
Title:
Springfield Folk Sue for Discrimination
Title:
Cincy Scribe in Sarcastic Vein
Title:
Congregationalists to Gather at Atlanta
Title:
"Oh Boy!" Read This: What's Come to Pass?
Title:
Columbus Woman Made "First Notary"
Page 03
Title:
Harding's Creed for Humanity [advertisement]
Page 04
Title:
Race Men Organize at Columbus Meet
Title:
Alabama Refuses Vote to Colored Women
Page 08
Title:
Whole Truth
Title:
Need of Colored Men in Business
Title:
Open Question to Governor James M. Cox
Title:
Baptists Pledge
Title:
Lima Can Boast of a Budding Poet
Title:
E.C. Morris Again
Title:
On the Political Horizon

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