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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

f THE COLORED AMEBICA A frnnICAN ST W WASE ASHIN NaT0N < TON D C 3 CARNEGIE LIBRARY AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE INSTITUTESee INSTITUTESee INSTITUTESee See Eleventh Page PROTESTING TOO MUCH MUCHA A Thoughtful Critic Calls a Halt HaltUpon HaltUpon HaltUpon Upon SelfDeification 0 One OneCommon n e eCommon eCommon Common Law 15h She DemandThere Demand DemondThere DemandThere There is hardly if anything ever evervorthy everorthy everu vorthy u rtlty of the least consideration that thathas thatha thatha has ha not a cause for its existence whether whetherit it be mentally or otherwise These Thesecauses Thesecauscs Thesecauses causes may be chimerical as to fact yet yetso yetso yetso so far as the individual is concerned in inwhom inhom ina whom a hom such causes exist exist they are real realThis realrhis realIbis This individual conception of probable probableexistence probableexistence probableexistence existence creates differences of opinions opinionsand opinionsand opinionsand and this ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

S i 1 k 5B 5Bli i li i 4 THE COLORED AJOJRICAST A RICAN RYC WASWfl WAS1nNGTON TON D d 1 t L J J i I J f ft t 1 jt jtl iii P l r r < t r r rr r t r 0 1 The robin the forerunner of thesprine thesprineThe thesprimThe the sprint sprintThe The bluebird with its jocund carroline carrolineThe carrolinrt t i The restless swallows Enildinc b i1dina in the eaves eavesThe eavelThe eavesThe ° The golden buttercups the grass the leaves leavesThe leavest leavest t t The lilacs tossing toss ne in the winds of May MayAH MayAU MayAll AH welcomed this majestic holiday I 1WAYSIDE IJ IWAYSIDE J WAYSIDE INN INNMrs INNDirs 7 7i i 1 Mrs Crews received her early train training traini ¬ i l ing lug l1g in it the schools of her native city cityWashington cit citT cityt T t Washington D C and after two years yearsspent yearsspent ears earsspent spent in St Francis Academy Balti Baltimore Baltif Baltimere ¬ f j mere Md was sent at the age of twelve twelveyears twelveyears twelveyears years to Philadelphia P...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

r t I r TtrEOOtOB1ID AM1JJRI AN WASIIINGT N D C 5 1 ART OF STENOGRAPHYpLucrativeCal STENOGRAPHY STENOGRAPHYA A pLucrativeCal Lucrative Cabling Offering OfferingAd OfferingAdvant Ad Advantageous Advantageous ¬ vant vantageous g80us Opportunities to toWomen toWomen toWomen Women Some Object Lessons LessonsIcSiK LessonsIF IcSiK IF B EVANS CHICAGO ILL ILLI ILLre I rtvcntly re ntly read an article advising advisinghu advisingcolored hu I colored nvomen yomen omen to study stenog stcnogriiy stenogfb riiy fb ti pointing out to o the them the various variousalong variousIil variousalong Iil along this line which are open opendl openpersons dl 11 persons llrsons irrespective of color colorugh colorugh ugh pugh Civil Service examinations and andjrtMnt andlarge andlarge < jrtMnt large demand for capable capablerTigruphers capabley rTigruphers y grJphers on account of of the recent recentVrnturial re recenterntrial ent enttrntvrial Vrnturial trntvrial acquisitions of ot the United United3lC ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

ri riti > I i u iu t 11 ti 1 D C I WASHINGTON G r T4CoLoB1 COLORED D AM1 1RICAN CA1V = = t f ° MRS LAWSON LA WSON IN RICHMOND RICHMONDOur RIOHMONDf J > 1 i t f Jj = Our Favorite F vorlte Temperance Temp r nce Ad Advocate AdJ ¬ d t t J vocate voc t Carries Carri s Tike Capital of ofT5hc f fthe 1 i the Old Dominion by Storm StormOn Stormf StormOn StormOn f > On the 19th of March farch Mrs Lucy bucyThurman bu bui LucyThurman i Thurman superintendent of W V C T TU TD TU U work left Vashington D C after afterhaving afterbaving afterhaving having spent a amouth month in that city in at attendance attendance attendance ¬ tendance upon the Triennial Council Councilas as delegate from the National Associa Association Association AssociaI ¬ I tion of Colored Vomen and hold holding holdt 1 t ing meetings in interest of the temperance temper temperance temperance ¬ + ance cause to continue the temperance temperancework temperancework Richmond Mrs MrsThurmans Mrsr Mrs1lmrmans 1 work in ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

t r THECOLORlm T1Ui COL0iti D k A1niRICAN ERIOA WASHINGTON D J > d T BOOKS OF THE DAY DAYFacts DAYFacts DAYFacts Facts Bearing Upon 75he History HistoryThought HIstoryThought Historythought Thought Folk Lore and Scion Sciontlflc ScIontlflc Sciontific tlflc Aspect of 15he ihe Negro Peo People People People ¬ ple THE BLACK CAT CLUB CLUBAny CLUBAny LUB LUBhny Any lover of unique literature who whowisbea whowisbes whowishes wishes to Invest one dolsr to advant advantage advantage advantage ¬ age could not do batte than to secure securea a copy of The Black Oat Club JJ a abeautifully abeautifully beautifully bound book of 264 pages pagesprofusely pSKesprofusely pagesprofusely profusely illustrated and published by byFunk byFunksnd byFunkand Funk Funksnd and WagnallsCo 30 Lafayette LafayettePlace LatsYftcePlace Lafayetteplace Place New York City The author is Rev James JamesB B Corroth Corrotberswhohas Corrotherswhohas Corrotherswhohas erswhohas erswhohasearned erswhohasearned erswhoha...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

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Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

I 9 1ilUJ COLOREID AMERICAN A Icwi W wAsm ASIJQTGTON TC TON D C c IN SORROWS YALE YALEThe VALEThe The Nutmeg Capital Mourns 15he iSheLoss 15heLoss Loss of Two Usefut Citizens CitlzensWedding CitizensWeddinS Wedding Ghlm6sChurc and andSociety andSociety Society Doings Doingshrtford Doingsittrtfard hrtford Conn SpeciaLCharles SpeciaLCharlesI Special Charles Charlescard I card ar < l of 36 S Prospect street died died1uday morning 1lr Steward had hadII 1uday 1 1 llay II confined to his bed about two twok twot4 t4 < k but he had been a sufferer with withdreadful 1 dreadful malady consumption for forrt forrc rt than thirteen years About nine ninerrttuths rrttuths 11 lIlt hs ago he was forced to give up his hisfl hisas iLion as coachman for Mr John H HHall Hhall fl Hall the president o of Colts Revolver Revolverntl ntl tun un Manufacturing Company by byb byhlin hlin b 111 he was employed for the past pasteght pasteight Through the kindness of ofL eight years 1 r L Hall Mr Steward wor...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

7t 7tI 7tI I jJ 1 I j 10 Tfliii l JjJ COLORED ATVTPrRICA r WASBING1 N D C 1 JOLLY JOLL Y COLLEGE BOYS BOYSOrchestra BOYSOrchestra BOYSr i Orchestra and Glee Club From FromLincoln FromLincoln FromLincoln r Lincoln University Greeted in inCity Inf inCity f City of f Brotherly Love LovePhiladelphia Love Lovet Lovej t j Ii Philadelphia Pa daedal dtleclalTbeBouth dtleclalTbeBouthj 3eeiaiThe The South SouthBroad SouthBroad Broad Broa d Street Auditorium was filled l1ed to toita toIts j 4 Its utmost capacity on last Tuesday Tuesdayevening Tuesdayt Tuesdayevening jt t evening at which time the theOrchestra theOrchestraand Orchestra Orchestraand Orchestraand and Glee Club of the Lincoln Universi University Unlveralty University ¬ ty gave a very fine concert The club clubend cluband 4 end many other students arrived In InPhiladelphia inPhJlaelphla inPh11aleIphia Philadelphia In the afternoon and pro proceeded proseeded ¬ 1 seeded ce ded at onoe to the th Cherry Street Streetohuron Breett 8cre...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

i t THE COLOR COLORED AfIC AMEKIGA3T A N WASHINGTON W sfINGTN i D C 11 LIBRA LIBRARY RV AT TUSKEGEE TUSKEGEEcautiful TUSKEGEEt TUSKEGEESeautlful r t Temple of Literature LiteratureL LiteratureJe Literaturethe Seautlful cautiful utiful Be Carnegie CarnegieDedicated CarnegieUedicated Carnegieof L Gift of Andrew It the Dedicated Je Description D scrlptlon of if TShe TSheBuilding 15heBuilding iShettilding Building ttilding M MCaruegle Mr Mrcarnegie a year ago more th than D little carnegie A gave the Tiukegee Normal Normalaod Normi Normiand Alabama Alabamai 1 Institute In tri Ildu and 111 building lh Thivbc This ThisHeated B Bwa for a library i dtui 111 April 29 ou which whichdllV ivbc ivbcwas vbichwaa Dedicated Heated on was wa l1 present pr8 ent the partygutelted party of distilsay distil dUtmdftV distmguillhed say waa women who went wentGeorgia wentoath wet wetRouth men aen and am guillhed the guests r cf f iii iiiRobert Mr MrHoberl aB Routh oath this year York to attend attendtbe Ne...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

i = 1 111 I 12 t j I COL A es 1 na rw O t irt 4YF A CrY irftrU TlV1fll1 t Y1 e I I 1 1j 1Ji > 2Fttie I r j Ji E tE t 5 > < Meanness eanneas never pays paysWork paysi paysWork < i Work Is a splendid habit Cultivata Cultivate CultivateAnd e r u < a And Broker T W Washington ea hington goes on onwith o owith n t with hia h w work workFrom workt or ork orkt kis t t > From Wade Hampton H n to Ben Till i man IB Ilindced indeed a far cry crySome crya I I t t Some office holders can be Induced inducedf > 1 + t 7 to tell the truth on politics issues Issuesi issuesThe j jThe i 1 + The quickest qUICkestto way to kill a public man is to keep his name oat of the tbet I Ipapers j C papers papersBorne j jSome t i J 1 t Some people count more on who whoi i they are are rather than upon what they I t can do doKeep doi i r 1 Keep your personal pe ills trials and 11 1 i troubles under the Jock and key of a still tongue 1 fti r 80ll1e ouwt men iutlu are are storm i tlturm center ce...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

11pi 11pil 11pih 11pi1HIDCOLORED 1 1ILL l h 37BCE 1HIDCOLORED ILL COLORED COLOi A11IEI AiyrpnrmATST ICAN W WASHTCJTGKrO WAS SHINGTON EENGTOI T D C 13 THE CENSUS OFFICE AGAIN AGAINColored AGAINColored AGAINColored Colored Clerks not Discriminated DiscriminatedAgaJnst DiscriminatedAgainst DiscriminatedAgainst Against Mr Campbell C mpbell MakesAn Makes MakesAn MakesAn An Analysis An lysis and e nd SustainDirector Sustain SustairvsDirector Sust ins insDirector Director Merriam MerrloLmEditor MerrlamEditor MerriamEditor Editor of The Colored AmericanDear American AmericanDear AmerlcanDeaf Dear Biro 8ir A number ot articles have haveappeared haveappeared hay hayappeared appeared recently in the columns of ofyoar ofyour e eyour your paper indicating fndlcltin that Governor GovernorJlerrlam GrverncrMerriam GnverncMerriam Merriam Director ot the Cencup is isdiscriminating isdiscriminatIng i idiscriminating discriminating against the colored race racein raceIn rat ratin in reducing reducln hi...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

Li U t tJi Ji 11 ii 14 SHE COLORED AMERICAN A rnRICAN WAS11TN WASHINGTON GTON D C Cf Ctj t tj 4 4Y 4pp f j tj d 1 M Md f frF rF rFy rFaye Y Straightens pp Kjliky KihkyCiirIy C JrJy Hair HairF1 j sr y F1 F1i aye ayej i OTLEMA8R i i iI L iL I I I r rI I 9 9rt rt LHA d 1 L BEFOIiE AFTERp 2 BE 13 ARNED 2vAENEDN ARNEDIr N order to protect the public from the numerous quack nostrums now on the market which claim to straighten and cause tuse the thehair thehair 1 Pi IT hair to groAV row long and which are simply put up by a lot of quacks charlatans and fakirs who have no chemical ChemiC a1 skill with the theof thesole thei i k Ir sole idea ides to get your Sur hardearned cash and give you nothing in return for your money but a dirty sticky mass of worthless worthlessgreases worthlessgreases greases which injure the hair and cause it to fall out we have placed our trademark granted to us by the Government Governmcnto of o the United States of America on every ever box of OZOitf OZONO O King...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

t v TMB aiJaJ COLORED ft1EETVALV frlfr ttUJLOAJT RIJAN W WASBlJf WASHnSTGTOir ON IX D Gs 15 MANNS M NNB CAPITAL CITY CITYLAWN CITYLAWN CITYLAWN LAWN GRASS SEED SEEDTho SEEDThe SEEDThe The best Grass Seed there thercis is Makes Makeslawns Makeslawns fakes fakeslawns lawns like velvet Just tha right r ht time timeto timeto timeto to plant it now nowHeadquarters nowH nowHeadquarters HeadquartersLawn Headquarters HeadquartersLawn H adquarters adquartersLawn Lawn Fertilizers FertilizersGarden FertilizersGarden FertilizersGarden Garden Seed SeedFlower SeedFlowel SeedFlower Flower Seed SeedBnlds SeedBulds SeedBolds Bolds of all kinds kindsP kindsP kindsP N 207 20 7th 7tKNOT St StI StD StNOT P Jaunt Mann alli D Go v o I NOT ONE CENT TO PAY J I II II IQUEEN I QUEEN OF ALLtWRTONIC3 I cztt1E ioR n I Q LE LEArnl Arnl INSt I ISTRMGHTENS STR JG OJBLY URLY YKINKY YKINKYKNAPPY KINKY KINKYKNAPPY 1 KNAPPYHAIR KNAPPYHAIRST KNAPPY HAIR HAIRCOfm HAIRSL COfm mm t L Q QSt ST LOUIS MO MOni MOGLOSSINE MOni ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 10 May 1902

ai P j > 3r > < J 4d k < iy iyAMERI f ru q qII f II I I r t 6 61 THE COLORED AMERI AMERICAN A R AN ASHINGTON W D 1 D cJ C Cg = = > 1 > > g t a ss 8 ss ssColored = = = B < r rT i + th a aMaking n ni M = J r I + i I I Colored People Making floney floneyALL one oner f 1 I r s i i I 1 f 1 t i 1 r tI ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES STATESA liij liijI 1 I L LA r i A FEW DAYS AGO WE INSERTED in this paper a short announcement announcementof anno announcementDollars ncem nt 0 13 13ij ij lti of what could be done with a Few Dollars Invested In Our Stock and it is sur surprising sueprising ¬ 1 1I w + + = I prising the amount of business busine s we are getting from f rom it In order to keep our prop proposition ¬ to r I 1 t ft osition before you we take this space to BETTER ATTRACT YOUR ATTENTION ATTENTIONOUR ATTENTIONOUR tI tIto r i tUt Ut r OUR INVESTMENT asks you if you ever went into a gro grocery ery store in the theworld th i i world where Canned Salmon is not kept yo...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 May 1902

r II IIOo m mJO I Oo Ooegat egat uoQ 30 it > rsgln l c j q j 7jffl I AeI L 1 I II Illi t1 glao II j fl Q 9 ¼ i7 i7L i7VOL 7 L ° YOLo x NO6 VASHINGTON D C MAY 17 1902 PRICE TE N CENTS NOW A WORLD IS WON WONTOLD WONTOLD WONTOLD TOLD IN THE HISTORY OF OFBOOKER OFBOOKER OFBOOKER BOOKER T WASHINGTON WASHINGTONA WASHINGTONGraphic A Graphic Summary of Incidents Incidentsthat IncIdentsth Incidentsthat th that t Have Marked She Rise of SheRace She 15heR SheRace Race R ce s Most Eminent Character CharacterFamous CharacterFamous CharacterFamous Famous on Two Continents ContinentsHis ContinentsHisTrue His HisTrue HIsTrue True Position Analyzed Analyzedin in mortals tp command suc suci sucit 11 i I do more Sempronius r well wellUi wcllJl wellervc Ui MTVC it Addisons Cato Catowin Catoin Catoin win in a world is to earn by sheer sheermerit sheerf 4 > f merit the approval of the theripest thei i ripest scholars its most saga sagai sagaphiloophers i philosophers its sturdiest cap capms capIt c...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 May 1902

V3 V3it j i it t > i t tt t I I ij t 1 i I y i I j TaE COLORED COLON D AM AMEBICAK rrnRI RI i AN T WASHINGTON I B 6 I = i I 9 1 OUR WOMEN W0ME ORGANIZED ORCANIZEDMiss ORGANIZEDI RGANIZED I IMiss I Miss Burroughs Forms a Strong StrongMissionary StrongMissionary StrongMisslonery Missionary and EducatIenali Educational EducationalSociety I II Ic ISOcletyMrs i Society SOcletyMrs Mrs Lawson Chosen ChosenPresident ChosenI I c President PresidentPUrsuant PresidentI I I i S l PUrsuant Pursuant rsuant to the call of Miss N H HBurroughs HBhrroughs HBurroughs I Burroughs National corresponding secretary sec secretary secretary ¬ retary of Work VV ork Among Baptist Women WomenSecond WomenSecond 0 Second Baptist church Rev W B BJohnson BJohnson BJohnson Johnson pastor threw Open its doors doorswide doorswide doorswide wide Friday and Saturday Mv M Jr V 9th and andloth and10th andloth loth and welcomed the won rom the theBaptist theBaptist 1 Baptist churches all over t vity vityAt ityAt 1ty 1t...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 May 1902

THE COLORED A3O3KIPA3T MERI E tICAN AN WASHINGrON WASHINC = rrUN D C S Rev A W Shields PROGRESS IN THE SOUTH SOUTHRev SOUTHRev SOUTHRev Rev A W Shields Brings En Encoxi Encouraging Encouraging couraging coxi rouging Reports From Geor Georgia Georgia Georgia ¬ gia and Florida FloridaRer FloridaRev FloridaRev Rev A W V Shields the well knowiBiptibt known knownBjpUt knownBiptiet Biptibt divine who was at one timepastorof tim timpaatorjof time timepsatoriot < paatorjof the Virginia Avenue Baptist Baptistchurob Baptiacharob BapUetchurob churob of this CIty has jasc j Jst returnee returneefrom retulnedfrom retnrnedfrom from a successful Buccessfnltour tour iu the Suutb SouthDaring SuutbDaring SuutbDaring Daring his t trip ip he visited the prinaJp prinolpJ prinolpJcUle prinoipotttes prinaJpcities cities in the Carollnas Geo gia Flori Fierida Florida Florida da Louisiana and Texas T > X 8 To a repreaeutative repre representative re re reeeutative ¬ sentative cf The Coljred Col fired ...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 May 1902

f I J Jl 1 I i Ii THE COLORED AM1 AMERICA RICANWASTi11 WASBOTOTOlSr GTON D d df 4 I 1 l iI f I J I r E ir HOW A WORLD IS WON WONContinued WONIt 1 It h tc Continued from First pace puemight paget I Imight t might be carried on indefinitely with without without without ¬ out exhausting the rich catalogue catalogueAmid catalogueAmid catalogueI I Amid all this blaze of glory lorv enough enoughto to turn the head of an ordinary char character character charafter ¬ acter Booker T Washington stands standsin standsin standsin in calm contemplation grasping in all allits allits allits its seriousness the grave responsibility responsibilitythese responsibilitythese responsibilitythese these honors impose and remembering rememberingthat rememberingthat that the tokens are of broader signifi significance significance significance ¬ cance than mere personal triumph triumphThey t They typify to his mind the praise praisethe praisethe t the judicious and progressloving uni universe universe univer...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 May 1902

z Tltm L tt1ID A 1rnlttCAN W ASlItNGT N 1 O 5 PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTStrengthens ROOSEVELTStrengthens ROOSEVELTStrengthens Strengthens His Hold Upon theNegros the theNegros theelros Negros elros Confidence by Reoent ReoentAppointments ReoentAppointmentsNot ReoentAppointmentsNot Appointments AppointmentsNot Not Deceived Deceivedby DeceivedbySouthern by bySouthern bySouthern Southern Applause ApplauselIte Apple useThe use useThe The political situation while still stillshows stilly stillshows y > shows traces of a soothing ray of ofihine ofl ofvhine < ihine l hille since our our chat of a few days daysr r weeks Tcks ago The reappointment of ofJ oft t 1 J V Deveaux as collector of oft ofm5 < t ms > at Savannah Ga over the pro prot ct t nf < > f the Cotton Exchange and Sena SenaClay Senar SenaClay r Clay and Bacon has had a salutarynt salutary salutaryiuit iuit 1c nt t upon the Negroes of the country countryespecially countryc i especially pecially at the South M...

Publication Title: Colored American, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The colored American. — 17 May 1902

wTiTh wTiThA A J1 j f I t 3 1 t F i I B TnE CGLtmEB OLOiv OL u n r + AMERICAN yy nro W ANTTTh SmNGTON V i VJ1 D C W rp + + w HELP FOR TUSKEGEE TUSKEGEEIf TUSKEGEEThe TUSKEGEEThe The New York Independent En End End End d rses Mr Washingtons Appeal Appealfor Appealfor Appealfor for Liberal Endowment EndowmentWhy EndowmentWhyhe Why Whyhe he Wizard Wiz rd Succeeds SucceedsThe SucceedsThe SucceedsThe The New York Independent one of ofthe ofthe ofthe the Negr6 N lr most reliable friends has hasthis hasthis hasthis this to Bay of Mr Washington and andTaskegea andI andTaakegea I I Taskegea TaskegeaWe TuskegeeWe TaakegeaWe We want to give our heartiest in indoisament Ind01aement indoleement doisament to the attempt of Booker T TWaahlugton TVashtugtun TWashiugtun Waahlugton to scone on endowment endowmentof If of not has than a million dollars for forthe forthe forthe the Tuskegee Institute and to Dr DrJTrlaaela Drd81t18 Drpflsrele JTrlaaela d81t18 appeals for r a elm lar endow endowment endo...

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