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Contents for December, 1913

PICTURES

COVER PICTURE: Madonna and the Child.
Copyright photograph from life by W. L. Brockman. (Orders taken by THE CRISIS)

"MAMMY'S LI'L BABY BOY."
Photograph from life by Grace Moseley... Page 67

THE NATIONAL EMANCIPATION EXPOSITION: THE TEMPLE OF BEAUTY IN THE GREAT COURT OF FREEDOM ... 78

THE HISTORICAL PAGEANT OF THE NEGRO RACE: FORTY MAIDENS DANCE BEFORE THE ENTHRONED PHARAOH RA, THE NEGRO .... 79

ARTICLES
THE MAN THEY DIDN'T KNOW. A Story. By James D. Carrothers. 
Part I. ..... 85

CHILDREN OF THE SUN. A Poem. By Fenton Johnson ..... 91

DEPARTMENTS
ALONG THE COLOR LINE ..... 59
MEN OF THE MONTH ..... 65
OPINION ..... 68 
EDITORIAL ..... 80
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE .... 88
THE BURDEN .... 92

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Transcription Notes:
ARTICLES THE MAN THEY DIDN'T KNOW. A Story. By James D. Corrothers (spelled above as "Carrothers")

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