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Number 24 - October 23, 1920
Page 01
Title:
British Peer Lauds Spirit of Our Race
Title:
Quaker City to Have "Jim-Crow" School
Title:
Touching 'Em on the "Soft Spot," Eh Governor?
Title:
Illinois Divine Has Lynching Remedy
Title:
Tell It, Brother!
Title:
Here is Affidavit of Florida White Man, Who is Being Molested for His Fairnes to Race
Title:
Here is a Sample of the Newspaper Publicity Used in Florida by Democrats in an Effort to Intimidate the Colored Folk From Voting
Title:
Elector Removed on Prejudicial Grounds
Title:
Race Crowd Office of Election Chief
Title:
Cox Takes Slap at "Afro-Americans"
Page 02
Title:
Race Women Lose Registration Appeal
Page 04
Title:
Federal Cases Against Robert Hill Dismissed
Page 07
Title:
Where the White Race Stands as the Result of the Great World War
Title:
Race Boys Star on Gridiron in High School Tests
Page 08
Title:
America Must Be Saved
Title:
Let's Find the Mean Culprit
Title:
Past Week in Politics

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