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Number 15 - June 06, 1908
Page 01
Title:
Wonderful Activity of the Race
Title:
Ex-President of Liberia Attended the Commencement of Tuskegee Institute
Title:
Noted Visitors From Liberia
Title:
Judson W. Lyons in the Windy City
Title:
Progressive People of Cleveland - Co-operating in the Effort to Provide an Institutional Church for Young Men and Women
Title:
Mrs. Portia Washington-Pittman, Daughter of Booker T. Washington, Scores a Musical Success in Nation's Capital
Title:
No Doubt Who Will Be Chosen - Sober-Minded Say Taft Will Be Nominated for President on First Ballot
Page 02
Title:
Idleness a Curse- Young Men of America Ruined by Loafing
Title:
Smoke Killed American Boys
Title:
Liberalism in Religion
Page 04
Title:
Little Willie Trotter of Boston Town
Title:
"What's the Use?"
Title:
Prophecy from "the Horizen"

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