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Number 25 - October 30, 1920
Page 01
Title:
South's Representation May Be Cut Unless Race is Allowed the Ballot
Title:
Quit Louisiana Town as Result of Fracas Between the Races
Title:
Klu Klux Klan Fails to Scare Race Labor to Remain in South
Title:
France Erects Shaft to Colored Yanks
Title:
Richmond Has Race Aspirant for Senate
Title:
Dr. Haynes Gives Cause of Garveys' Success
Title:
Dems in Desperation Raise Cowardly Cry of 'Negro Domination'
Title:
Illinois Considers Rioters' Pardon
Title:
Florida's Chivalry
Title:
Three Whites Held
Page 03
Title:
Colored Jockey Wins
Page 05
Title:
Liberty Hill Baptist
Title:
Boost Judge Dulnap for Fair Decision
Page 07
Title:
Colored Boy Stars as Baseball Umpire
Page 08
Title:
Un-American Democrats
Title:
"The Unkindest Cut of All"
Title:
Voting for Judges Important
Title:
To the Colored Voters of the Nation
Title:
Georgia Seconds Ohio In Appeal to Whites

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