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"Out of the House of Bondage"
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The Story of a Little Colored Girl

By MARY WHITE OVINGTON
Author of "Half a Man"

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Contents Copyrighted, 1914, by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Contents for December, 1914

PICTURES
COVER PICTURE, "ANNUNCIATION." Photograph from life. By C. M. Battey.                   Page

COLORED STUDENTS IN "THE TEMPEST"..........60
THE PARADOX................................68
THE ADORATION OF THE KINGS.  After Jan Gossart of Mabuse................................78-79
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ARTICLES
THE CHRISTMAS PRAYERS OF GOD. A Poem........83
CONGRESSMEN AND THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE...........85
THE DEBTOR.  A Story.  By Maynard Holbrook Jackson.....................................89
SCIENCE AND RACE.  By Jacques Loeb..........92

DEPARTMENTS
ALONG THE COLOR LINE........................59
MEN OF THE MONTH............................65
OPINION.....................................69
EDITORIAL...................................76
N. A. A. C. P. NOTES........................87
THE BURDEN..................................94

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