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1910 — 1922
Vol. 10, No. 4
Du Bois, W. E. Burghardt (editor)
New York: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1915-08-01 52 p.; 22.9 x 15.2 cm.
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Contents Composite Photograph of Abraham Lincoln and Sojourner Truth (Gilmore, Hinton): 157-157
Front Advertisements: 158-158
Contents: 159-159
Along the Color Line: 163-168
Men of the Month: 169-170
Opinions: 171-176
The Black Mammy (Johnson, James Weldon): 176-176
Editorial: 177-177
Votes for Women: A Symposium by Leading Thinkers of Colored America: 178-192
The Logic of Woman Suffrage (Grimke, Francis J.): 178-179
Chicago and Woman's Suffrage (De Priest, Oscar): 179-179
Politics and Womanliness (Brawley, Benjamin): 179-179
Christianity and Woman (Hurst, John): 179-180
'About Aunties' (Johnson, J. W.): 180-181
Our Debt to Suffragists (Terrell, Robert H.): 181-181
Woman in the Ancient State (Crogman, W. H.): 181-182
Women's Rights (Chesnutt, Charles W.): 182-183
States' Rights and the Suffrage (Lynch, John R.): 183-183
Disenfranchisement in the District of Columbia (Hershaw, L. M.): 183-183
Votes and Literature (Dunbar, Paul Laurence): 184-184
Women and Colored Women (Talbert, Mary B.): 184-184
'Votes for Mothers' (Cook, Coralie Franklin): 184-185
'Votes for Children' (Clifford, Carrie W.): 185-185
Training and the Ballot (Waring, Mary Fitzbutler): 185-186
Democracy and Art (Braithewaite, William Stanley): 186-187
Black Women and Reform (Burroughs, N. H.): 187-187
The Self-Supporting Woman and the Ballot (Jackson, M. E.): 187-188
'Trust the Women!' (Ruffin, Josephine St. Pierre): 188-188
Y.W.C.A. (Hunton, A. W.): 188-189
Votes for Teachers (Baldwin, Maria L.): 189-189
Woman Suffrage and Social Reform (Jones, Anna H.): 189-190
Colored Women's Clubs (Bruce, B. K.): 190-190
Votes for Philanthropy (Davis, Elizabeth Lindsay): 191-191
Woman Suffrage and the 15th Amendment (Terrell, Mary Church): 191-191
Votes for Housewives (Turner, Lillian A.): 192-192
The Rains: A Story of Jamaica (Kitchel, Kelsey Percival): 193-197
The N.A.A.C.P.: 197-201
Back Advertisements: 202-208
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