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Number 16 - June 29, 1907
Page 01
Title:
Drawing the Color Line - Washington Bee Says It Is Up To C.F. Adams to Explain - Cleveland "Ancient Office Seeker and Blue Vein Agitator" Said to Draw Color Line Here
Title:
Senator Foraker at Wilberforce - Champion of Justice Given Ovation at Ohio Center of Learning - Does Not Advise Deportation But "Stand Up for Your Rights and Make Everyone Else Stand Up for Them."
Title:
Parents Were Disappointed - Lengthy Program at Wilberforce Keeps Dear Ones From Hearing Orations of their Children - Old Soldiers Made Happy - Brieflets
Page 04
Title:
"Agin the Government"
Title:
Booker T. Washington's Journalism

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