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"Out of the House of Bondage"/The latest and greatest book from the pen of PROFESSOR KELLY MILLER/"No man of his race has so sure a power of prunning falacies with passionless intellectual severity."-Boston Transcript./"The man searches deeply into underlying causes."-St. Joseph, Mo., News-Press./"A philosophic treatise."-Charlotte, N.C., Observer./"No student of social conditions of America at the present time will want to fail to see it on his shelves." -Southern Workman

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THE CRISIS
A RECORD OF THE DARKER RACES
PUBLISHED BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
COLORED PEOPLE, AT 70 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY
Conducted by
W.E.BURGHARDT DU BOIS
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Contents Copyrighted, 1914, by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Contents for October, 1914
PICTURES
COVER. Photograph from Life. By C.M. Battey. Page 
ONE OF MANHATTAN'S "FINEST"......269
MOTHERS IN COUNCIL ..............285-8
FREDERICK COUGLASS III...........296
 And eighty-six other picture of colored babies

ARTICLES
MOTHERS IN COUNCIL...............285
THE FAIRY GOOD WILLA.A Story.By Minnibelle Jones..294
A LULLABY. A Poem. By Cora J. Ball Moten...296
WAR...............................297
OUR BABY PICTURES.................298
OUR PUZZLE BOX....................304

DEPARTMENTS
ALONG THE COLOR LINE..............267
MEN OF THE MONTH..................274
OPINION...........................277
EDITORIAL.........................289
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE....................291
THE LETTER BOX....................301

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