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November 6, 1918

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There were 9 deaths in the District of Columbia in the past 24 hours, and “just” 49 reports of new cases. The GOP has won both Houses of the Congress back from the Democrats. The national reporting of the election results has been delayed by the lack of telegraph operators.

Source: “Nine Flu Deaths in District Today,” Washington Times, Washington, District of Columbia, November 6, 1918. Page 12, Column 6.

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