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Number 47 - November 30, 1918
Page 01
Title:
Madison Square Spectacle
Title:
Africa For Africans
Title:
Ask President to End Lynching
Title:
Soldier and Sailor Race Riot
Title:
Items of Interest
Title:
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Page 02
Title:
Cigar Makers Now Propose The Conservation of Boxes
Title:
Cloth Made From Asbestos
Title:
Use of Corn
Title:
Prisoners Are Badly Treated
Title:
Russian Government Gives Post to Negro
Title:
Peace Congress at D.C.
Title:
American Woodmen
Page 03
Title:
"Gobs," Not "Jackies," and "Yanks," Not "Sammies," Are Names Our Fighters Prefer
Title:
Nearly All Undersea Boats Are Equipped with Kitchens Where Cook Prepares Meals
Title:
U.S. Sets New High Mark For Its Foreign Commerce
Title:
Total Value of 1918 Food Crop in France Falls Below Amount Produced Last Year

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