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The Nashville globe. (Nashville, Tenn.) 1906-193?, December 27, 1918, Image 7

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ple with dependents to the number of 500
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Dr. 1. II. Iloyd, Secretary,
Founder aud General Man ner
The National Baptist Publishing House was the only1 Negro
Institution in the world that raised wages in competition
with other large manufacturers, during the wan It was there
fore able to keep running at its full capacity. : : :
The Baptists throughout the United States are asked to
o rder their first quarter's literature now.
The gift season is now on, ill wishing something nice for their
friends and relatives can get anything in the line of song
books, Bibles and Anthems, or any other book published, by
calling or writing to
I 523 2nd AVENUE. NORTH - NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE
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