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356 THE CRISIS ADVERTISER

FLORENCE COLE-TALBERT
Soprano

"She has one of the best voices that God has given her
race."--Los Angeles Times.
"Special praise must be given Mrs. Florence Talbert
who beside her natural gift has already reached a high plane
of professional accuracy."--Herman Devries in Chicago American.

Engagements accepted for Concerts, Recitals, Oratorio.

Mrs. Talbert will make her first tour of the southern states
beginning September first at Arkansas.  Write for date now.

659 Twenty-eight Street,   Detroit, Mich.

CLEOTA J. COLLINS
Soprano

She has a very lovely lyric soprano voice
of beautiful quality and sings songs with
style and intelligence.  Her recitals are very
interesting.--

LILA ROBESON
Of the Metropolitan Opera Company of New York
56 Hamilton Avenue, Columbus, Ohio

Clarence Cameron White
VIOLINIST

"Critics are one in their
high estimate of the splendid
attainments of Clarence
Cameron White and his Concert
appearance in your city
means the music event of
the season."  For terms and dates address
616 COLUMBUS AVENUE   BOSTON, MASS.

Roland W. Hayes Phonograph Records
3 Warwick St., Boston, Mass.

Recitals, Concerts, Oratorio, Opera
Booking Engagements for Continental Tour
Season 1919-1920
Management: M. J. Minor, 2 Mills St.,
Roxbury, Mass.

Manuel's Employment Agency
(Licensed)
First-class situations supplied in private families to male
and female help with good characters and references.  Accommodations
for strangers coming to this city.  Address
C. W. MANUEL
20 Essex Street  Cambridge, Mass.

WILLIAM RICHARDSON
Baritone
Concerts--Recitals--Oratorio
Joint concerts with 
Maud Cuney Hare,
Pianist

Address:
170 Walnut Ave., Roxbury, Mass.

D. A. Nolley
My course in Penmanship Bookkeeping, and Shorthand
through the mail will prepare you for the position worth
while.  Write for information.
D.A. Nolley, M.Pen., 519 Michigan Ave., Buffalo N.Y.

Mention THE CRISIS.

KELLY MILLER'S
Race Statesmanship

Exhibited in Two Great Pamphlets

1. "The Negro in the New Reconstruction."
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documents produced by the World
War.  10 cents.

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Address
KELLY MILLER
Howard University  Washington D. C.

Berean Manual Training
and Industrial School

COLLEGE AVE. AND NORTH 19th STREET
PHILADELPHIS, PA.

(Founded 1899)

Fall Term opened October 7th, 1919. Winter
Term, January 6th, 1920. Spring Term, April 6th,
1920.

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Efficiency our aim.  Better Courses. Better Equipment,
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MATTHEW ANDERSON
1926 S. College Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.

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Superman to Man."  Undoubtedly the most fearless analysis
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A book you will read and re-read and give to your friends.
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Dept. A, Hayes Book Store, 3640 State Street, Chicago, Ill.

MISSING Pages in AMERICAN History

A book of ninety-two pages, bound in paper, revealing the
services of Negroes in the early wars in the United States
of America 1641-1812.
Price (U. S. money order).......... $1.00

Address L. E. Wilkes
1404 Franklin St., WASHINGTON, D. C. 

"It should be widely distributed."--O. G. Villard.
"I will put this copy in Harvard Library."--Prof. A. B. 
Hart.

Mention THE CRISIS.

THE CRISIS ADVERTISER    357

Scott's official History of the American Negro in the
GREAT WAR

Bishop Hartsell of the Methodist Episcopal Church writes as follows:
"I have read your history of The American Negro in the War and want to congratulate
you on having issued so quickly a volume of so much value.  The official records will
have a very wide circulation and be assured a permanent place among the masses.  The
candid and fair spirit which characterizes all your public utterances is manifest."

A Proud Chapter
in the History of
the Negro Race

The official and authentic
history of the true part
played by the Negro in the
great World War, written
by a man whose valuable
experience, intimate connection
with every phase of
the direction of the great
struggle, makes it possible
to publish the true facts.

A great historical volume
that should be in every 
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facts and accurate and official
data and pictures
which will appear in no 
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is full of the very information
which you have been 
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This Great Book tells
all about the Negro Everywhere
in the World War
--How He Did His Duty,
in every capacity--from
right up in the front line
trenches and on the battlefields
--clear back to
the work of keeping the
home fires burning; on the
farms; in the mills and
munition plants; on the
railroads and steamships;
in shipyards and factories.
Men and women with the
Red Cross, the Y. M. C. 
A., the Y. W. C. A., the
War Camp Community
Service, the Liberty Loan
Drives, etc.

Scott's Official History
was written for the Negro
by the Negro that the
wonderful record of daring
deeds, gallant bravery
and undying heroism of
our black troops might
never perish. A great tribute
to the patriotism of
the Negro Race.

Emmet J. Scott,
A.M.,  L.L.D.

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Written by Emmett J. Scott, A.M.,
LLD., Special Assistant to
Secretary of Way, Newton
D. Baker.

Assisted by the following
notable individuals:
Dr. Carter G. Woodson,
Director of Research, The
Association for the Study
of Negro Life & History,
Inc. Ralph W. Tyler, Accredited
Representative of
the Committee on Public
Information, who accompanied
the colored troops
to war fronts in France.
William Anthony Aery,
Publication Secretary,
Hampton Normal and Agricultural
Institute.  Monroe
N. Work, Director Division
of Records and Research,
Tuskegee Normal
and Industrial Institute.

Mrs. Alice Dunbar Nelson
(formerly Mrs. Paul 
Laurence Dunbar) leader
in the mobilization of colored
women of the country 
for war work uner
the auspices of the Women's
Committee, Council
of National Defense.
Miss Eva G. Bowles, Executive
Secretary, in
charge of the colored
work of the Young Women's
Christian Association.
Lieut. T. T. Thompson,
Historian who accompanied
the famous 92d Division,
U. S. A. to France.

Over 600 large pages
(equal to 800 ordinary
pages).

Profusely illustrated
with nearly 150 official
French and American 
Negro War Photographs,
showing all sides of War
Activities and Negro soldier
Life, from the Call
to the Colors on Through
the Training Camps.
Then to the Battle 
Fronts and Back to the
Happy Home Coming.

THE NEGRO HISTORICAL PUBLISHING COMPANY
P. O Drawer 1  WASHINGTON, D. C.    "U" St. Station





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