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Radical Literature collection, 1886-1957

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Extent/Quantity Information

Number of Containers: 24

Linear Feet of Shelf Space: 12.5

Approximate number of items: 150

Acquisition And Processing Information

This collection was purchased from Douglas Owens in 1971, and processed by Washington State University undergraduate student Courtney Buehn in 2009-2010.

Collection Description

The collection consists of printed materials, primarily pamphlets and other ephemera about political and social activism, specifically communism, anarchism, socialism, and labor unions. Most materials concerned with labor unions describe or are published by the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). There are a few items about the Centralia conspiracy in Washington State, and some items promoting industrial democracy. In addition to the ephemera, there are newspapers with articles concerning socialism and labor unions.

Collection Arrangement

The collection is arranged in two series, with Series 1 divided into two subseries. Each sequence is arranged alphabetically by title.

Series List

Subjects

Socialism -- Socialist Party
Communism -- Literary Collections
Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.)
Anarchism -- Literary Collections
Labor unions -- America

Access

This collection is open and available for research use. Copyright restrictions apply.

Some items are too fragile for handling, and photocopies have been made for researcher use. In some cases, severely damaged originals were discarded after copying.

Preferred Citation

The suggested citation for the collection is:

[Item Description]
Radical Literature collection, 1886-1952
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Washington State University Libraries
Pullman, WA

Related Materials

Jay Fox papers (Cage 172): http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/masc/finders/cg172.htm

Location Note (Masc Staff Use)

Basement range 1:1.

Languages

Most items are in English. One item is in Russian; two items are in Swedish; two items are in Spanish.

Container List:

Box Folder Description
    Series 1: Industrial Workers of the World books, pamphlets and periodicals, Socialist and Communist books and pamphlets, and miscellaneous items, 1892-1957
    Subseries 1.1: IWW, Socialist, and Communist pamphlets and periodicals
1 1 The Advancing Proletariat. A Study of the Movement of The Working Class From Wage Slavery to Freedom. Abner E. Woodruff. Chicago: I.W.W. Publishing Bureau. 32 pages. February, 1917.
  2 Anarchism. Its Philosophy and Ideal. Peter Kropotkin. Freedom Pamphlets, Number 10. London: Freedom Office. Sixth issue. 31 pages. 1909.
  3 Anarchist Communism. Its Basis and Principles. Peter Kropotkine. Freedom Pamphlets, Number 4. London: Freedom Office. Republished by permission of the editor and revised by the author. 35 pages. 1900.
    [reproduction: photocopy]
  4 Anarchy on Trial. Being the Speeches of George Etievant.Jean Grave.and Caserio Santo. in 1894. Freedom Pamphlets, Number 9. London: Freedom Office. 30 pages. 1896.
  5 Annual Report. American Association for the Advancement of Atheism, Incorporated, 1927. New York City. 22 pages. Issued February, 1928.
    [original and preservation photocopy]
  6 Are the Synagogues. Temples and Churches Going to be Universities in the Near Future? J. S. Shatz. Denver. Labor Bulletin. Reprinted from the Christmas Edition. 41 pages. 1928.
  7 Asiatic Exclusion. Speech of Hon. Everis A. Hayes of California in the House of Representatives. May 27. 1908. Washington. 14 pages. 1908.
    [reproduction: photocopy]
  8 Background of the Plymouth Trial. Bartolomeo Vanzetti. Boston: Road to Freedom Group. 38 pages. (1926?).
  9 Battle Hymns of Toil. Covington Hall (Covami). Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: General Welfare Reporter. 119 pages. (1946?).
    The Bloodstained Trail. A History of Militant Labor in the United States. Ed. Delaney and M. T. Rice. Seattle: The Industrial Worker. First Edition. 172 pages. 1927.
  10 Building Construction. A Handbook of the Industry. Issued by Building Construction Workers' Industrial Union Number 330 of the I.W.W. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 38 pages. Undated.
  11 California. the Beautiful and Damned. Chicago: General Defense Committee. 31 pages. (1921?).
    The Centralia Case. a Joint Report on the Armistice Day Tragedy at Centralia. Washington. November 11. 1919. Issued by The Department of Research and Education of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, The Social Action Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, and The Social Justice Commission of the Central Conference of America Rabbis. Second Printing. 50 pages. November, 1930.
    (Statement by Local Committee. Church Centralia Committee. Seattle. 1930?).
  12 The Centralia Conspiracy. Ralph Chaplin. Seattle: I.W.W. 80 pages. (1920?).
  13 The Centralia Conspiracy. The Truth About the Armistice Day Tragedy. Ralph Chaplin. Chicago: General Defense Committee. Third edition, revised. 144 pages. 1924.
  14 Centralia Tragedy and Trial. Ben Hur Lampman. Joint publication of Grant Hodge Post Number 17, Centralia, Washington and Edward B. Rhodes Post Number 2, Tacoma, Washington. The American Legion. 78 pages. Copyright 1920.
    (Shorey Facsimile Reprint. Seattle: The Shorey Book Store. Third edition. Number 68 of 100. 1967.)
  15 The Chicago Liberty Meeting Held at Central Music Hall. April 30. 1899. Liberty Tracts, Number 1. Chicago: Central Anti-Imperialist League. 51 pages. 1899.
    Chicago Replies to Moscow! Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. Fourth reprint in leaflet form. 4 pages. (1945?).
    Coal.Mine Workers and Their Industry. An Industrial Handbook Prepared by the Educational Bureau of the I.W.W. for Coal.Mine Workers' Industrial Union Number 220. I.W.W. Chicago: The Industrial Workers of the World. 108 pages. (1921?).
  16 The Communist. New York: Communist Party of the United States of America. Volume 11, Number 7. Pages 577-672. July, 1932.
  17 Communist Manifesto (Manifesto of the Communist Party). Karl Marx and Frederick Engels. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. 60 pages. 1947.
  18 Communists Within the Government. the Facts and a Program. Washington D.C.: Chamber of Commerce of the United States. 57 pages. January, 1947.
  19 Constitution and Statutes of the Grand International Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. The Locomotive Engineers' Mutual Life and Accident Insurance Association and The Pension Association of the B. of L. E. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 158 pages. May, 1912.
  20 Crime. Its Causes and Consequences. John Keracher. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. 42 pages. (1948?).
2 21 Doggerel for the Under Dogs. Joseph A. Labadie. Detroit: The Labadie Shop. 100 pages. 1910.
    Dollars and Steel Against Humanity on Ore Miners Srike [Strike]. Chicago: I.W.W. 14 pages. (1916?).
    The Dominant Idea. Voltairine De Cleyre. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 16 pages. 1910.
    "Due Process of Law. in Relation to Statutory Uncertainty and Constructive Offences. Giving Much Needed Enlightenment to Legislators. Bar and Bench. Theodore Schroeder. New York City: Free Speech League. 74 pages. 1908.
  22 Eleven Blind Leaders or "Practical Socialism. and "Revolutionary Tactics. From an I.W.W. Standpoint. B. H. Williams. New Castle, Pennsylvania: Solidarity Literature Bureau. 28 pages. 1910.
    Evidence and Cross.Examination of J.T. (Red. Doran in the Case of the U.S.A. vs. Wm. D. Haywood et al. Chicago: General Defense Committee. 151 pages. (1918?).
  23 The Evolution of Industrial Democracy. Abner E. Woodruff. Chicago: I.W.W. Publishing Bureau. 40 pages. Undated.
  24 The Evolution of Industrial Democracy. Abner E. Woodruff. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 45 pages. Undated.
    Expropriation. Peter Kropotkine. Frreedom [Freedom] Pamphlets, Number 7. London: J. Turner. 39 pages. (1895?).
  25 Facts Concerning the Struggle in Colorado for Industrial Freedom. Series 1. Denver: Coal Mine Managers. 72 pages. 1914.
  26 Facts Kept From the Farmer. General Handbook of the National Nonpartisan League. No publisher. 79 pages. Issued September, 1917.
  27 The Ferrer Modern School. W. J. Durant. New York: The Francisco Ferrer Association. 8 pages. Undated.
  28 The First Step to World Democracy. One Hundred Reasons Why America Should Adopt. Immediately. the Greatest Social and Industrial Reform of Modern Times. The Single Tax Upon Land Values. Emil Jorgensen. Indianapolis, Indiana. No publisher. 92 pages. Copyright 1918.
    [reproduction: photocopy]
    "Foreign Invasion": The Final Resort of Plutocracy's Henchmen to Fool the Working People into a Fight that Does Not Concern Them. New York City: The National Executive Committee, Socialist Labor Party. 4 pages. Undated.
  29 Frederick Engels. John Keracher. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. 44 pages. 1946.
  30 The General Strike For Industrial Freedom. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 48 pages. 2 copies. 1946.
  31 Grenville Kleiser's Personal Lessons in Public Speaking and the Development of Self.Confidence. Mental Power and Personality. Third Lesson. Developing Your Speaking Voice. Grenville Kleiser. New York: Funk & Wagnalls. 12 pages. Copyright 1911.
    Grenville Kleiser's Personal Lessons in Public Speaking and the Development of Self.Confidence. Mental Power. and Personality. Eighth Lesson. English Style for Public Speaking. Grenville Kleiser. New York: Funk & Wagnalls. 15 pages. Copyright 1911.
    Grenville Kleiser's Personal Lessons in Public Speaking and the Development of Self.Confidence. Mental Power and Personality. Thirteenth Lesson. Forms of Discourse. Grenville Kleiser. New York: Funk & Wagnalls. 15 pages. Copyright 1911.
    Grenville Kleiser's Personal Lessons in Public Speaking and the Development of Self.Confidence. Mental Power and Personality. Fourteenth Lesson. Speaking to Convince. Grenville Kleiser. New York: Funk & Wagnalls. 15 pages. Copyright 1911.
    Grenville Kleiser's Personal Lessons in Public Speaking and the Development of Self.Confidence. Mental Power and Personality. Fifteenth Lesson. Speaking to Persuade. Grenville Kleiser. New York: Funk & Wagnalls. 15 pages. Copyright 1911.
    [reproduction: photocopy]
  32 The Head.fixing Industry. John Keracher. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. Enlarged edition. 50 pages. 1955.
  33 Historical Catechism of American Unionism. Chicago: Educational Bureau of the Industrial Workers of the World. 95 pages. Undated (1923?).
  34 Hotel. Restaurant and Domestic Workers. How They Work and How They Live. L. S. Chumley. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 38 pages. Undated.
    How the Gods Were Made (A Study in Historical Materialism). Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. 52 pages. Undated.
  35 In the Kangaroo Court of the State of Lumberlust. State of Lumberlust vs. A. Wise Wobbly. Defendant Charged With Comical Syndicalism and Ten Thousand Crimes in the Inferior Court of Sawdust County. Judge Lynch. Presiding. Transcribed by Walker Smith. Seattle: Seattle Prison Comfort Club. 32 pages. (1920?).
    [original and preservation photocopy]
  36 In Memoriam. John Peter Altgeld. Chicago: John P. Altgeld Memorial Association. 14 pages. 1912.
    [original and preservation photocopy]
  37 In the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Moses Harmon. Plaintiff in Error vs. The United States. Defendant in Error. Brief Argument for Plaintiff in Error. 38 pages. 1905.
  38 The Individual Initiative of an Evolutionary Psychologist Described. Joseph Ishill and Theodore Schroeder. Coscob, Connecticut: Next Century Press. 15 pages. 1941.
    [original and preservation photocopy]
  39 Istoria Ihdustrialbhyky Rabochikh Mira (History of the I.W.W. in Russian). Iakov Starik. Chicago: Ispolhitelbhogo Komiteta Rchsskikh Otdelov I.R.M. 203 pages. 1921.
    The IWW. Seattle: Industrial Workers of the World, Seattle Joint Branches. 8 pages. Circa 1955.
3 40 The I.W.W. in Theory and Practice. Justus Ebert. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 124 pages. (1920?).
    The I.W.W. in Theory and Practice. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. Fifth revised edition. 124 pages. Undated.
  41 The I.W.W.: Its History. Structure. and Methods. Vincent St. John. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. Revised. 47 pages. 1919.
    The I.W.W.: What it is and What it is Not. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 39 pages. Undated.
  42 Judgment. William Platt. Light Bearer Library: New Series, Volume 1. Number 3. Chicago: M. Harman. 46 pages. April, 1900.
    [reproduction: photocopy]
    Justice to the I. W. W. Alexander Sidney Lanier. Reprinted from The New Republic. Chicago: American Freedom Foundation. 7 pages. 1920.
    Labor Defense. Manifesto. Resolutions. Constitution Adopted by the First National Conference. held in Ashland Auditorium. Chicago. June 28. 1925. Chicago: International Labor Defense. 16 pages. (1925).
    Labor is Entitled to All it Produces!: Very Important for All Members and Supporters of the Industrial Workers of the World. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 4 pages. Copyright 1910.
  43 Labor Leaders Betray Tom Mooney. San Francisco: Tom Mooney Molders Defense Committee. 50 pages. January, 1931.
    Labor Legislation. Remarks of Hon. David J. Lewis of Maryland in the House of Representatives. July 10. 1916. Washington: Government Printing Office. 8 pages. 1916.
  44 The Land of Your Children. A Sermon Delivered in St. Martini church. Bremen. Germany. by Emil Felden. Pastor Primarius. Translated by Mrs. Daniel Kiefer. Emil Felden. Cincinnati, Ohio: The Joseph Fels Fund of America Publicity Bureau. 23 pages. (1912?).
    Law and Authority. Peter Kropotkin. Free Society Library, Number 1. San Francisco: Free Society Publishing Company. 24 pages. January, 1898.
    [original and preservation photocopy]
    Letters to Judd. an American Workingman. Upton Sinclair. Pasadena, California: Upton Sinclair. 64 pages. 1932.
    Liberal Opponents and Conservative Friends of Unabridged Free Speech. Being Notes of a Lecture Delivered March 13. 1910. before The Brooklyn Philosophical Association. Theodore Schroeder. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 16 pages. 1910.
  45 Loneslavens Organisation. En Agitationsskrift for Industrial Workers of the World. S. G. Johanson. Vancouver, B.C.: Scandinavian Branch of I. W. W. 31 pages. Undated.
  46 Looking Back (2000.1887); or. Life in the Year 2000. A.D. Edward Bellamy. London, Ontario, Canada: Socialist Publishing Company. Special edition. 72 pages, plus handwritten pages. Undated.
  47 The Lumber Industry and Its Workers. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. Third edition. 91 pages. Undated.
    Marx on Mallock. or. Facts vs. Fiction. Daniel De Leon. New York: New York Labor News Company. 31 pages. (1908).
  48 Masses & Mainstream. New York: New Century Publishers. Volume 1, Number 3. 96 pages. May, 1948.
    Masses & Mainstream. New York: New Century Publishers. Volume 1, Number 4. 96 pages. June, 1948.
    Masses & Mainstream. New York: New Century Publishers. Volume 1, Number 6. 96 pages. August, 1948.
  49 McCarthyism. The Fight for America. Senator Joe McCarthy. New York: The Devin-Adair Company Publishers. 101 pages. 1952.
  50 Minutes of the Convention of the Inland Empire Division of the Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen. June 22. 1918. Spokane. Washington. Minutes of the Meeting of the Operators of the Inland empire. Held at Spokane. Washington. Thursday. June 22. 1918. 42 pages. (1918).
  51 The Modern School. Francisco Ferrer. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 8 pages. Undated.
    The Modern School. New York: Francisco Ferrer Association. Volume 1, Number 2. 14 pages. April, 1912.
    The Modern School. New York: Francisco Ferrer Association. Number 3, Winter number. 12 pages. 1912-1913.
    The Modern School. New York: Francisco Ferrer Association. Number 4, Spring number. 8 pages. 1913.
  52 Money and Money Reforms. Christ Jelset. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. 60 pages. Copyright 1947.
    Monopoly. or How Labour is Robbed. William Morris. London: J. Turner. 15 pages. (1898?).
    More Truth About the I. W. W.: Facts in Relation to the Trial at Chicago by Competent Industrial Investigators and Noted Economists. Chicago: The Industrial Workers of the World. 47 pages. Undated.
  53 Mother Earth. New York: Emma Goldman.
    Volume 2, Number 1. Pages 1-58. March, 1907.
    Volume 2, Number 2. Pages 59-116. April, 1907.
  54 Volume 2, Number 3. Pages 117-174. May, 1907.
    Volume 2, Number 4. Pages 175-203. June, 1907.
    Volume 2, Number 5. Pages 205-234. July, 1907.
4 55 Volume 2, no. 6. Pages 235-264. August, 1907.
    Volume 2, Number 7. Pages 267-293. September, 1907.
    Volume 2, Number 10. Pages 417-476. December, 1907.
  56 Volume 2, Number 11. Pages 477-536. January, 1908.
    Mother Earth. New York: Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman.
    Volume 3, Number 5. Pages 209-240. July, 1908.
    Volume 3, Number 8. Pages 305-336. October, 1908.
  57 Volume 3, Number 10. Pages 337-368. December, 1908.
    Mother Earth. New York: Emma Goldman.
    Volume 4, Number 2. Pages 33-63. April, 1909.
    Volume 7, Number 9. Pages 271-314. November, 1912.
    Volume 7, Number 12. Pages 395-426. February, 1913.
  58 Volume 8, Number 4. Pages 97-128. 2 copies. June, 1913.
    Volume 8, Number 8. Pages 225-256. October, 1913.
    Volume 8, Number 9. Pages 257-288. November, 1913.
  59 Volume 8, Number 10. Pages 291-320. December, 1913.
    Volume 9, Number 4. Pages 97-128. June, 1914.
    Volume 9, Number 5. Pages 129-176. July, 1914.
    Volume 9, Number 6. Pages 177-208. August, 1914.
  60 Volume 9, Number 7. Pages 209-240. September, 1914.
    Volume 9, Number 10. Pages 305-336. December, 1914.
    Volume 9, Number 12. Pages 369-400. February, 1915.
  61 Volume 10, Number 1 (souvenir number). Pages 401-464. March, 1915.
    Volume 10, Number 5. Pages 161-192. July, 1915.
    Volume 10, Number 6. Pages 193-224. August, 1915.
  62 Volume 10, Number 8. Pages 257-288. October, 1915.
    Volume 10, Number 12. Pages 385-416. February, 1916.
    Volume 11, Number 3. Pages 495-526. May, 1916.
    Volume 11, Number 11. Pages 721-752. January, 1917.
  63 Volume 11, Number 12. Pages 753-784. February, 1917.
    Volume 12, Number 1. Pages 1-32. March, 1917.
    Volume 12, Number 3. Pages 65-66 (only two pages). May, 1917.
    Volume 12, Number 6. Pages 193-224. August, 1917.
    Mother Earth Bulletin. New York: Bulletin Association. Volume 1, Number 7. 8 pages. April, 1918.
  64 A Much Needed Defence for Liberty of Conscience. Speech and Press With Special Application to Sex Discussion. Theodore Schroeder. Republished for the author from The Liberal Review for August and September, 1906. (Downers Grove, Illinois: Kelmscott Press.) 23 pages. (1906).
    One Big Union of All the Workers. the Greatest Thing on Earth. Chicago: I.W.W. Publishing Bureau. 31 pages. Undated.
    One Big Union of the I.W.W. (Chart Included). Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 26 pages. Undated.
  65 One Big Union of the Industrial Workers Of The World. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. Fourth revised edition. 32 pages. 1944.
    One Big Union of the Industrial Workers Of The World. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. Fifth revised edition. 32 pages. 2 copies. 1957.
  66 The One Big Union Monthly. Editor: John Sandgren. Chicago: General Executive Board of the Industrial Workers of the World. Volume 2, Number 2, Whole Number 12. 62 pages. February, 1920.
  67 An Open Letter to President Harding. From 52 Members of the I.W.W. in Leavenworth Penitentiary Who Refuse to Apply for Individual Clemency. Chicago: General Defense Committee. 27 pages. (1922).
  68 Preamble. Constitution and By.Laws of the American Labor Union. Adopted by Referendum December 1903. Chicago: Kerwin Brothers. 74 pages. 1903.
    Preamble and Constitution of the Industrial Workers of the World. Chicago: General Administration. 70 pages. 1921 (as adopted and amended).
  69 President John Smith. Frederick Upham Adams. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. 25th edition. 289 pages. 1898.
  70 Presumptions and Burden of Proof as to Malice in Criminal Libel. Theodore Schroeder. Reprinted from the American Law Review, March-April, 1915, Volume XLIX, Number 2, Pages 199-216. New York: The Free Speech League. Pages 199-216. 1915.
    Producers and Parasites. John Keracher. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. 28 pages. 1935.
  71 Proletarian and Petit.Bourgeois. Austin Lewis. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 32 pages. Undated.
    Proletarian and Petit.Bourgeois. Austin Lewis. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 47 pages. Undated.
  72 ¿Qué es el Preámbulo de la I.W.W.?: Díalogo (What is the I.W.W. Preamble?Spanish). Chicago: Trabajadores Industriales Del Mundo. 39 pages. Undated.
    ¿Que es la I.W.W.?. Los Angeles: Industrial Workers of the World. 2 pages. Undated.
5 73 Report of R. N. Rumbaugh. Secretary.Treasurer. With Financial Statement of G. R. U. For Year Ending February 28th. 1927. Seattle: Washington Branch, General Defense Branch. 9 pages. 1927.
  74 The Revolutionary I.W.W. Grover Perry. Chicago: I.W.W. Publishing Bureau. 24 pages. (1915).
    Revolutionary Studies. Translated From "La Revolte," and Reprinted from "The Commonweal." The Socialist League. London: Office of "The Commonweal." Uncut (32 pages). 1892.
    Revolutionary Studies. Translated From "La Revolte," and Reprinted from "The Commonweal." The Socialist League. London: Office of "The Commonweal." 32 pages. 1892.
    [original and preservation photocopy]
  75 The Right to Disbelieve. Edwin J. Kuh. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 16 pages. 1910.
    The Road Ahead. America's Creeping Revolution. John T. Flynn. New York: The Devin-Adair Company. Special edition. 207 pages. 1949.
  76 Schoo
  77 The Scientific Approach to Religious Psychology. Theodore Schroeder. Reprint from Truth Seeker. New York. 20 pages. 1922.
  78 Sentenced to Twenty Years Prison. New York: Political Prisoners Defense and Relief Committee. 32 pages. 1919.
  79 Shall Freedom Die?: 166 Union Men in Jail For Labor. By One of Them. Chicago: I.W.W. Publishing Bureau. 23 pages. 1917.
    The Silent Defenders. Courts and Capitalism in California. Harvey Duff. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 112 pages. (1918?).
    Skandinavisk I.W.W. Sang Bok. Seattle: I.W.W. Skandinaviska Propaganda. 64 pages. Undated.
  80 Socialism and the World War. Kate Richards O'Hare. The Kate O'Hare Booklets, Number 1. St. Louis: Frank P. O'Hare. 30 pages. (1919).
    Socialism. Utopian and Scientific. Frederick Engels. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. 139 pages. (1908?, 1948?).
  81 Socialist Campaign Book. Compiled by the National Campaign Committee of the Socialist Party. Chicago: National Headquarters Socialist Party. 352 pages. 1912.
  82 Socialist Congressional Campaign Book. Compiled by The Socialist Party. Chicago: The Socialist Party. 334 pages. 1914.
  83 The Socialists. An Address Delivered by E.C. Miller of 115 Bank Street. New York. before the Winter's Night Club of Brooklyn. New York January 16th. A. D. 1918. No publisher. Undated.
  84 Songs of Fellowship. Robert Whitaker. Seattle: Seattle Fellowship. 28 pages. Undated.
    Songs of the Workers to Fan the Flames of Discontent. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 31st edition. 63 pages. May, 1964.
    Songs of the Workers on the Road. in the Jungles and in the Shops. Front cover- I.W.W. Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent. Chicago: I.W.W. Publishing Bureau. Tenth edition, Joe Hill Memorial edition. 56 pages. February, 1917.
    Songs of the Workers on the Road. in the Jungles and in the Shops. Spokane: Spokane Local of the I.W.W. 38 pages. (1912?).
  85 Speech of President Woodrow Wilson Accepting the Nomination for President by the Democratic Party. Together with Address of Notification by Senator Ollie M. James of Kentucky. Delivered at Shadow Lawn. New Jersey. Saturday. September 2. 1916. Washington: (G.P.O.). 15 pages. 1916.
  86 The State. Its Historic Role. Peter Kropotkin. Freedom Pamphlets. London: Freedom Press. Fourth edition. 42 pages. 1911.
    [reproduction: photocopy]
  87 The Story of the Sacco.Vanzetti Case. Including an Analysis of the Trial. Includes letter from Defense Committee. Boston: Sacco-Vanzetti Defense Committee. 47 pages. (1921?).
    Syndicalism. The Modern Menace to Capitalism. Emma Goldman. New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association. 14 pages. 1913.
6 88 A Tale of the Strassburg Geese. with other Allegories. R. B. Kerr. Chicago: M. Harman. Light Bearer Library, Volume 1, Number 11. 31 pages. May, 1901.
    Thumbnail Essays on the Psychology of War and Peace. Theodore Schroeder. Next Century Pamphlets Number 5. Coscob, Conn.: by the Author. 16 pages. 1944.
  89 The Truth About the I.W.W. New York: National Civil Liberties Bureau. 55 pages. April, 1918.
    Twenty Five Years of Industrial Unionism. (Chicago: I.W.W.). 79 pages. (1930).
  90 Two Pages From Roman History. I. Plebs Leaders and Labor Leaders. II. The Warning of the Gracchi. Daniel De Leon. New York: National Executive Committee Socialist Labor Party. 89 pages. 1915.
  91 Two Worlds. An Imaginary Speech Delivered by Bartolomeo Vanzetti Before Judge Webster Thayer. Why Sentence of Death Should Not Be Pronounced no Him and Nicola Sacco. Dr. Michael A. Cohn. New York: Independent Sacco-Vanzetti Committee. 64 pages. (1927?).
  92 Unemployment and the Machine. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 48 pages. 1934.
    A Union for All Railroad Workers. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 32 pages. Undated.
  93 Wage.Labor and Capital. Karl Marx. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. Revised translation. 59 pages. 1948.
    Wages and the Working Day. John Keracher. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Company. 26 pages. 1946.
  94 War. What For? George Kirkpatrick. West La Fayette, Ohio: by the Author. Eleventh edition. 352 pages. 1914.
  95 Was it Murder? :The Truth About Centralia. Walker C. Smith. Seattle: Northwest District Defense Committee. 48 pages. August, 1922.
    Was it Murder? :The Truth About Centralia. Walker C. Smith. Seattle: Washington Branch General Defense Committee. Revised. 48 pages. May, 1927.
  96 What Sort of Union is the I.W.W. Asking You to Build? Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 4 pages. (1965?).
    Why Building Workers Must Organize in the One Big Union!. Peo Monoldi. Chicago: Building Construction Workers' Industrial Union Number 330 of the I.W.W. 16 pages. Undated.
  97 Witchcraft and Obscenity. Twin Superstitions. Theodore Schroeder and Dr. Havelock Ellis. New York: Free Speech League. 16 pages. 1912.
  98 The Workers and Peasants of Russia. How They Live. Augustine Souchy. Chicago: Industrial Workers of the World. 144 pages. Undated.
    Subseries 1.2: Miscellaneous items
  99 Carmen. Prosper Merimee. Little Blue Book Number 21. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company. 64 pages. 2 copies. (1935?).
    Cover of Carmen.
  100 Hollywood From the Inside. Don Gordon. Little Blue Book Number 1401. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company. 64 pages. 1929.
    Loose excerpt from volume containing Song of Hiawatha and The Courtship of Miles Standish (1858?).
  101 The King Enjoys Himself (Le Roi S'Amuse). Victor Hugo. Little Blue Book Number 379. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company. 119 pages. 2 copies. 1923.
  102 Pillars of Society. Henrik Ibsen. Little Blue Book Number 80. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company. 128 pages. 2 copies. Undated.
  103 Three Views of Tolerance. Theodore Schroeder. Coscob, Conn. Undated.
    Erudite Infantilism. Theodore Schroeder. Coscob, Conn. Undated.
    Where is Obscenity? Theodore Schroeder. Undated.
    My Prayer. Theodore Schroeder. Reprinted from the August issue of The Open Road, Mays Landing, New Jersey. 1943.
    A Maverick Psychologist. Maynard Shipley. Reprint from The New Humanist, Chicago, Ill., Volume 6, Number 2, March-April, 1933. Pages 37-40.
    Series 2: Newspapers and journals, 1886-1952
7 104 Appeal to Reason. Number 1082. Girard, Kansas: W.H. Wayland. August 26, 1916.
  105 The Argonaut. Volume 18, Number 12. March 20, 1886.
  106 Clothed With the Sun. Editor: Lois Waisbrooker. San Francisco, CA. Volume 1, Numbers 1-12 and supplement (bound together), 1900-1901.
  107 The Tacoma Daily Ledger (The Daily Ledger). Tacoma, Washington. Volume 19, Number 257. Saturday, September 14, 1901. 8 pages.
    The Daily Pioneer Press. Saint Paul, Minnesota. Volume 48, Number 257. Saturday, September 14, 1901. 12 pages.
    The Daily Worker. Chicago: The Daily Worker Publishing Company. Volume 3, Number 258. Saturday, November 13, 1926. 7 pages.
  108 Free Society. San Francisco, California.
    New Series Number 8, Whole Number 144. Sunday, January 2, 1898. 8 pages.
    New Series Number 9, Whole Number 145. Sunday, January 9, 1898. 8 pages.
    New Series Number 10, Whole Number 146. Sunday, January 16, 1898. 8 pages.
    New Series Number 11, Whole Number 147. Sunday, January 23, 1898. 8 pages.
  109 Free Society. Chicago.
    Volume 10, Number 2. Whole Number 396. Sunday, January 11, 1903. 8 pages.
    Volume 10, Number 3. Whole Number 397. Sunday, January 18, 1903. 8 pages.
    Volume 10, Number 9. Whole Number 403. Sunday, March 1, 1903. 8 pages.
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