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Number 20 - September 25, 1920
Page 01
Title:
G.O.P. Faces Loss in Illinois State Contest
Title:
Mississippi on Reform Progress
Title:
Senator Harding Believes that Race Should Use Tact
Title:
Garvey's Men Invade Ohio's Capital City
Title:
Capt. Dent Goes to Lincoln High
Title:
Here is the Latest Snake Yarn-Honest
Title:
Race Composer is Honored at St. Louis
Title:
Kentucky Dems at "Race Issue" Again
Title:
Farm Hand Shows Spirit of Real Hero
Title:
"L'ill Arthur" Must Work on Stonepile
Title:
Here, Boy, Page Williams H. Lewis!
Title:
Modistes Organize
Title:
Who Will Boss Situation, Daugherty or State Chief?
Title:
Garvey Draws Fire of N.A.A.C.P. Cannon
Title:
Detroiters Win Recognition
Title:
Here is Recipe for Holding Job
Title:
Florida Democrats Fear Race Domination Now Women Vote
Page 03
Title:
Register! Colored Republicans!
Page 04
Title:
Detroit Attorney to Address Local N.A.A.C.P. Meeting
Title:
Euclid Ave. Shoe Store Tries Out Segregation
Title:
"Fifty" and Costs
Page 08
Title:
Not "Negro Night Riders"
Title:
General Without Race Prejudice

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