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J. Vance Lewis
Out of the Ditch. A True Story of an Ex-Slave.
Houston: Rein & Sons Co., Printers, 1910.
List of Illustrations


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[Cover Image]

J. VANCE LEWIS, AUTHOR.
419 1/2 Milam Street, Houston, Texas.
[1st Frontispiece Image]

[Title Page Image]

[Title Page Verso Image]

Mrs. J. Vance Lewis.
[2nd Frontispiece Image]

"THE BIG HOUSE."

"Joe, Let's Make Molly Cottontail Cut a Jig From the Cane Patch
to the Big Woods."

TRIAL OF REV. BENJAMIN.

The Trustworthy Old Servant of the Old South.

Kangaroo Court in Chicago--Sandy Fewclothes Sentenced to Eight
Months in the County Jail.

Mrs. Sadie Wingate Meeting Her Son in the Court Room in New
York City.

H. H. Letheridge. J. Vance Lewis. Miss Bernice Griggs. L. Franks.
LAW OFFICE OF J. VANCE LEWIS.

"I Have Killed Him"--Because He Would Not Respect the Virtue
of a Woman.

C. E. W. DAY
Chief Grand Mentor K. & D. of Tabors of Texas.

Mr. D. S. Cage and Miss Pauline Gray Visit Lewis at the Harris
County Jail.

J. B. BROCKMAN
Attorney for J. Vance Lewis.

MR. J. B. BELL.
REV. F. L. LIGHTS. REV. N. P. PULLUM.
"We Signed His Bond Because We Believed Him to Be Innocent."