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1919 Aug. 14

McCabe, F. D.

The Negro in the United States army

New Orleans (La.) - The First Lieutenant Camp Champlain's rebuttal of claims of discriminatory practices at Camp Alexander, and commending the armed forces on their service and accomplishments; verso bears a piece on conferences "of all Denominations at work among Negroes" to be held that September in New York, as convened by Bishop Wilbur P. Thirkield.

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1919 Mar. 4

Baltimore News

Court-martial unfair New trial granted Negro troopers convicted of attacking woman

Baltimore (Md.) - A "Baltimore News" feature clipped by Henry Romeike, Inc., on the conferral of a new trial to the 18 officers convicted of assaulting a white girl at Camp Grant; see also mums312-b165-i415-i416.

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1919 Feb.

Detroit Free Press Co.

Negro editor will give lecture here Dr. W. E. B. Du Bois to speak at Second Baptist Church

Detroit (Mich.) - Announcing and advertising Du Bois's impending address at the Second Baptist Church on "The Negro and the War."

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1919 May 24

Henry Romeike, Inc.

Colored war officers and the army

New York (N.Y.) - A small feature from the "Army and Navy Journal" clipped by Henry Romeike, Inc., on an official decision deeming a colored officer "unqualified" as "Negroes are deficient in moral fiber, rendering them unfit as officers and leaders of men" and outlining the protests made thereto to the War Dept. See also mums312-b165-i416, i424.

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1919 Mar. 6

Chicago tribune

Wilson names court to try Grant Negroes

Chicago (Ill.) - A small feature from the "Tribune" clipped by Henry Romeike, Inc., on Wilson's consideration of the cases of "thirteen Negro soldiers charged with assaulting a white girl at Camp Grant" in May 1918.

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1919 May 21

Evening Express (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Revokes findings in Negro officer's case

Los Angeles (Calif.) - A small feature from the "Evening Express" clipped by Henry Romeike, Inc., on Bishop Charles Spencer Smith's letters to the War Dept. on the case of a colored officer deemed unsuitable to the charge of officer; see also mums312-b165-i415, i424.

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1919

Clipping on colored longshoremen

A tiny excerpt from unidentified source on the arrival in France of 100 colored longshoremen under contract for one year on a $65-$100 salary.

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1917 Dec.

Crisis (Firm)

Baker

New York (N.Y.) - Taken from volume 15, a short feature in praise of Secretary of War Newton Diehl Baker, admitting that "He has not done everything we could wish, but he has accomplished so much more than President Wilson."

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1919 July

Herring, Kate M.

The Negro and war savings in North Carolina

Hampton (Va.) - A clipping of War Savings Societies Director Kate Herring's article on war savings in North Carolina, reprinted from the South Atlantic Quarterly, taken here from volume 48, number 7 of the Workman.

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