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Number 23 - October 16, 1920
Page 01
Title:
Outlaws Reign in Jacksonville
Title:
Speak Up Maj. Moton!
Title:
Way of the South
Title:
Southern White Man Pleads for Justice for Colored People
Title:
Massachusetts Man Not Yet Thru With Race Issue in American Legion Ranks
Title:
Go To It, Sister!
Title:
Many Colored Women Register in Georgia on Eve of Election
Title:
"The Worm Turns!"
Title:
Democrats Irritated
Title:
Democratic Head Exposed by Scribe
Title:
Fight to a Finish
Title:
Hysteria of South Increases as Women of Race Get Ballot
Page 05
Title:
Welfare Workers Meet
Title:
Glory of "Folk Songs"
Title:
Race Man is Censor
Page 06
Title:
That's the Spirit
Page 07
Title:
Mixed Bout For New York Planned by Tex Rickard
Title:
Race Fighers Barred in Philadephia Ring
Title:
Local Boy Figures in World Series
Title:
New Ku Klux Klan
Page 08
Title:
Keeping "Within the Law"
Title:
Twentieth Century "Pig Stye"
Title:
"Spitting in the Air"
Title:
From the Front
Title:
"Atta Boy!"

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