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Number 21 - October 02, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Harvard Professor Claims That Our Own Race Preceded Columbus to America's Shore
Title:
G.O.P. Funds Steer Shy of Race Papers?
Title:
Our Women Are Busy in Richmond
Title:
Chicago May Have First National Bank
Title:
Educators Row on the 'Race Question'
Title:
Women to Aid G.O.P.
Title:
Work Progresses on Booker T's Statue
Title:
N. Y. Scribe Shows Wilsonian Evils
Title:
Another Vote For Cox
Title:
Mississippi Improving?
Title:
Baltimore's Senate Race Waxes Hot
Title:
Rolls Bones with Judge
Title:
James Weldon Johnson Exposes U.S. Misrule in the Republic of Haiti
Page 04
Title:
Son of Anak
Title:
"Chickens Are Coming Home to Roost"
Title:
Well-Known Women Pass
Page 05
Title:
Centennarian Passes
Title:
Legion Parade Was Gala Affair
Page 07
Title:
Baseball Team to Go on Tour
Title:
Jack Johnson is Now No. 15641 in Prison
Page 08
Title:
American Legion
Title:
Senator Harding Extends "The Olive Branch"
Title:
GOP Campaign is on Home Stretch
Title:
Economic Trend in National Life
Title:
Women - God Bless 'em
Title:
Chicago Heads the List
Title:
Students Increase, Late Survey Shows

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