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Number 39 - November 23, 1907
Page 01
Title:
Has Cleveland a W.M. Trotter? - Character Study of the Impulsive "Boston Editor" by W.H. Ferris, and an Invitation to Compare H.C. Smith With Him --- Well Worth Reading
Title:
Negro Banks of United States - Not Affected by the Tight Money Scare. While Others are Drawing Money, Negroes of New York are Establishing a Bank
Title:
Secretary Taft an Honorable Man - Will Continue Roosevelt Policy If Elected. The Race Must Not Take a Narrow or Selfish View. A Common Country.
Page 04
Title:
Is There Yet Hope?
Title:
Actuating Motives
Title:
H.C. Smith Stung
Title:
Editor Comment on the Recent Cleveland Election

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