Eugene V. Debs Letters:
Abstracts for "C"


Cady, Will A.: Letter to EVD on Office of County Clerk, Calhoun County, Michigan letterhead, 3/5/20. Asks that EVD proof a copy of the ballot for the Presidential primary of 1920.

Cahn, Bill: Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper on United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America letterhead, 1/29/47. Asks that Cooper send her background material on EVD. Mentions that he is particularly interested in information relating to EVD's boyhood in Terre Haute, Indiana. Says that the information is for a pamphlet being written by him and Herbert Morais.
Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 2/5/47. Informs Cahn that she has no materials on EVD's boyhood in her possession.

Caldwell, Howard H.: Photocopy of postcard to TD, 6/19/08. Says that he is writing from Woodstock, Illinois to tell TD that after speaking to 250 people in front of Woodstock Prison on socialism a great many have agreed to vote for EVD.

Calhoun, Mr. & Mrs. J. C.: Telegram to TD, 10/19/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Callery, Annabel SEE Lowe, Caroline A.

Callery, Ida M.: Letter to EVD on Socialist Party of Arkansas letterhead, 8/9/12. Says that she is writing to send EVD greetings of solidarity. Tells EVD that her husband, Phil Callery, is up in Minnesota "cussin' those that would hurt" EVD.
Telegram to EVD, 4/14/17. Asks that EVD speak at a funeral.

Callery, Phil: Letter to TD on Lawrence County, Pennsylvania Local Socialist Party letterhead, 8/28/11. Says that TD should run for National Secretary of the Socialist Party. Writes that after J. Mahlon Barnes' resignation TD is the only one that can bring the party back together.
Letter to EVD, 12/24/15. Writes that should EVD run for President in 1916.
Letter to TD, 9/27/21. Says that he has thought of EVD's imprisonment often and hopes that he will soon be released. Writes that EVD has been in his mind often. Tells TD that if amnesty is not granted soon that there must be more agitation for the of America's political prisoners.
Telegram to TD and Katherine Debs, 10/23/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Calles, Plutarco Ellas: Letter from EVD, 2/24/26. Says that he wants to give President Plutarco Elias Calles of Mexico a chance to air his views on US-Mexican relations in the AMERICAN APPEAL. Mentions that he would have Victor Berger use his influence to insure that Plutarco Elias Calles receives a fair hearing in regard to the controversy surrounding his policies. Writes that he wishes Plutarco Eilias Calles well on his "very progressive and promising administration."

Callister, Leonie Doris: Letter to EVD on Manger Popular Hotels letterhead, 12/12/10. Writes that the 2 greatest moments in her life were hearing and meeting EVD.

Calvert, Anna: Letter to TD and Marguerite Debs Cooper on OPEN ROAD letterhead, 9/18/36. Says that she and her husband Bruce Calvert always appreciated her friend with EVD, TD, and Marguerite Debs Cooper.
Letter to TD on Bruce Calvert Book Service letterhead, 9/24/40. Says that she wants to thank TD for sending his condolences on the death of Bruce Calvert. Mentions that she wants to publish a collection of Bruce Calvert's writings from the OPEN ROAD as her tribute to him.
Letter to TD, 11/9/40. Says that she appreciated TD's last letter. Says that her husband worked himself to death. Mentions that Benjamin De Casseres has written the introduction to the collection of Bruce Calvert's writings. Says that she hastened to see a film called THE OPEN ROAD which she thought Bruce Calvert would have loved. Tells TD she heard a talk by Theodor Brock on the subject of his escape from Norway after the German invasion. Mentions that Bruce Calvert attended Indiana State Normal College.
Letter to TD, 5/26/41. Says that he would like a copy of Bruce Calvert's book for J. H. Hollingsworth. Asks that Calvert inscribe the book for him.
Letter to TD, 2/23/42. Says that Mabel Dunlap Curry met Bruce Calvert at one of Stephen Marion Reynold's socialist intellectual gatherings in Terre Haute, Indiana. Mentions that for her entire visit to Indiana she could feel "Bruce's spirit all about" her.
Letter to TD and Gertrude Debs, 2/10/44. Relates her remembrances of Christmas in Norway when she was a child.
Letter to TD, 5/31/44. Says that she is writing to mark the date Bruce Calvert died as well as the day Walt Whitman was born.
Letter to Gertrude Debs, 4/19/45. Sends condolences on TD's death.
Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 7/2/45. Writes that she appreciated Calvert's letter. Mentions that Irving Stone is working on a book about EVD and TD.

Calvert, Bruce: Letter to TD on OPEN ROAD letterhead, 1/30/28. Says that he went to hear a sermon by John Haynes Holmes who paid tribute to EVD.
Letter from TD, 2/18/28. Writes that he appreciated Calvert telling him about John Haynes Holmes' tribute to EVD. Says that John Haynes Holmes is a rare type of individual who possesses "exceptional mental equipment, augmented by positive convictions and tremendous moral courage."
Letter from TD, 2/18/28. Contains same text as other letter dated 2/18/28.
Letter to TD on OPEN ROAD letterhead, 5/10/36. Says that he is writing to send TD a copy of Anna Calvert's book ETCHINGS IN VERSE.

Calvert, Bruce and Anna: Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 5/20/36. Says that she is writing on behalf of her father who is ill. Writes that he wishes to say to them that he appreciates the copy of ETCHINGS IN VERSE that they sent to him.

Cameron, G. J.: Letter to EVD, 11/28/24. Says that he is concerned about EVD's health.

Campbell, Emerson: Letter to EVD, 3/15/21. Writes that he appreciated TD's letter. Includes a poem titled "The Rebel Ship."

Campbell, Ida Addison: Letter to EVD, 4/16/22. Says that she heard EVD speak to an audience of miners in Des Moines, Iowa. Asks that EVD consider speaking at an informal gathering hosted by her and Alexander Kingsgaila. Writes that she would like to know EVD's opinion about serving wine in one's own home.

Candamo, Victor F.: Letter to EVD in Spanish, 8/24/15. Asks that EVD publish his manifest to the workers of America in the socialist press. Says that he is writing EVD from Arecibo, Puerto Rico.

Cannon, James P.: Letter to EVD on International Labor Defense letterhead, 7/15/25. Writes that he appreciated EVD's endorsement of the International Labor Defense. Says that he wants the International Labor Defense to be run in a non-partisan and non-sectarian manner. Asks that EVD write a short article on the International Labor Defense for the press services.
Telegram to EVD, 1/26/26. Asks that EVD write a statement regarding the acquittal of Richard Ford.
Letter from EVD, 1/26/26. Says that the persecution of Richard Ford and Herman Suhr has been a disgrace to the courts of California. Writes that he congratulates Richard Ford on his acquittal and would like to think that the fact that three women served on the jury had something to do with the verdict. Remarks that the other political prisoners must not be forgotten: Tom Mooney, Warren Billings, Matthew Schmidt, Anita Whitney, Sacco and Vanzetti, Rangel and Cline and the imprisoned members of the Industrial Workers of the World.
Letter to EVD on International Labor Defense letterhead, 5/27/26. Expresses the hope that EVD will have a full recovery from his illness. Writes that his appeal for Sacco and Vanzetti is worthy enough to stand beside his appeal for William Haywood, Charles Moyer, and George Pettibone. Says that Arturo Giovanniti, August Claessens, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, and Norman Tallentire will speak on behalf of the International Labor Defense in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania while he, Flynn, Albert F. Coyle, and Max Hayes will speak on their behalf in Cleveland, Ohio.
Telegram to EVD, 9/8/26, signed by Cannon and Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. Says that they are sending greetings to EVD on behalf of the delegates to the second annual conference of the International Labor Defense.
Letter from TD, 1/10/27. Writes that he appreciated the portrait Cannon, Rose Karsner, and the International Labor Defense sent.
Telegram to TD, 2/7/27. Asks that TD sign his name on the joint cable to Lithuania demanding the end to wholesale arrests by the Fascist government.
Letter to TD, 2/16/27. Says that he is writing to thanks TD for the use of his name on the cable to Lithuanian government. Asks that TD join the National Committee of the International Labor Defense.
Telegram to TD, 4/12/27. Says that he wants TD's permission to use his signature on a letter of protest to the government of Hungary, demanding civil trials for Szanto and thirty other workers.
Telegram to TD, 3/19/28. Says that he wants TD's permission to use his signature on a protest aimed at the government of Poland against its suppression of the Hromada Workers Peasants Party of White Russia. Includes a note from TD saying that he grants permission for Cannon to use his name as the International Labor Defense sees fit.
Telegram to TD, 3/24/28. Asks that TD chair a national committee against Polish fascism. Remarks that Victor Berger, Upton Sinclair, and Scott Nearing will all be serving as members of the committee.

Cannon, John: Note to TD, 4/21/21. Says that he is writing to send his love to EVD. Includes a poem titled "The Proletaire."
Note to TD, 11/5/21. Says that he is writing to wish EVD a happy birthday. Includes an untitled poem in honor of EVD.

Carkin, Nancy: Letter to EVD, 3/25/21. Expresses the hope that EVD is soon released. Says that she wants EVD to know that a woman of wealth and position cast her first vote for EVD.

Carl, Morris: Unititled poem to EVD, 12/18/20.

Carlson, Henry SEE Berglund, August

Carmichael, G. W.: Letter to EVD, 11/6/20. Writes that he is sorry that EVD did not fare better in the 1920 election. Says that if EVD had been a citizen of Russia, Italy, England, or Germany his efforts on behalf of the working class would have "born fruit." Tells EVD that the American working class "stands out as the most ignorant of all."

Carnes, E. R.: Letter to TD, 10/24/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Carney, Jack: Letter to EVD on Socialist Party of Indiana letterhead, 11/5/16. Writes that he appreciated everything EVD did for him while visiting Terre Haute, Indiana. Remarks that EVD took him "back to the old days, when my dear old granddad used to take me around the old political meeting in Ireland."
Letter to EVD on IRISH WORKER letterhead, 2/21/17. Says that an article in AMERICA published by "Jesuit priests" discusses EVD's connections with the Industrial Workers of the World and his political campaign of 1916 for Congress.
Letter to TD on TRUTH letterhead, 5/8/18. Says that the Commercial Club is doing its "damdest . . . to stop our advertising." Writes that while he may not entirely agree with the Industrial Workers of the World's politics, he thinks its members' Constitutional rights need to be upheld. Tells TD that he is afraid that "some gunman or thug" will go after him for airing his views. Writes that he had an interview with the Department of Justice where "they tried to scare" him. Says that socialism is finally coming into its own.
Letter to TD on TRUTH letterhead, 4/25/19. Says that he is just returning from a meeting in Butte, Montana.
Letter from TD, 12/6/19. Says that he is writing to substantiate the claim in the NEW YORK CALL that Carney is to be deported. Tells Carney that he is "startled but not suprised" because Carney has been a "thorn in the pillow of the profiteers and plunderers of the people."
Telegram to EVD, 5/1/20. Says that he is writing to send EVD greetings from the comrades in Duluth, Minnesota.

Carpenter, George W.: Letter to TD, 10/26/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Carr, Edward Ellis: Letter to TD on CHRISTIAN SOCIALIST letterhead, 6/20/12. Tells EVD that he has been expelled from the party for publishing evidence against J. Mahlon Barnes in the CHRISTIAN SOCIALIST. Thinks it strange that Barnes has been "foisted" by Morris Hillquit and Victor Berger to be EVD's campaign manager in the 1912 election.
Letter from TD, 6/21/12. Tells Carr that the whole situation surrounding the J. Mahlon Barnes affair is most unfortunate. Mentions EVD's protest before the National Executive Board to Barnes' appointment as his campaign manager. States that he is not going to pass judgment on Barnes, but does suggest that both sides of the controversy are not without sin.

Carr, H.: Letter to Spurgeon Odell on United Mine Workers of America letterhead, 8/5/21. Says that John L. Lewis will "exercise his own judgement in the manner in which his influence shall be utilized" in regard to securing the release of EVD.

Carrington, George D.: Letter to EVD on Hero Furnace Company letterhead, 6/15/20. Writes that he was a friend of Horace Traubel. Mentions a booklet called "Life of Debs" published by the Appeal Publishing Company. Says that he is not a socialist, but a single taxer. Mentions that EVD has been on many movie newsreels which often bring applause from the audience.

Carroll, George: Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper on Terre Haute, Indiana Public Schools letterhead, 4/13/45. Sends condolences on TD's death.

Cartagne, Jare SEE Augusto, Allie

Carter, Mrs. John H.: Letter to EVD, 3/29/21. Writes that that there needs to be more men and women like EVD. Expresses the hope that EVD will soon be released.

Carwardine, William H.: Letter to TD on CHICAGO HERALD EXAMINER letterhead, 2/1/21. Says that he appreciated TD's letter with the message from EVD enclosed. Writes that he is surprised to learn that EVD cannot receive any newspaper clippings of any kind while in prison. Tells TD that he does not understand why Warren Harding has not freed EVD yet.

Caspari, Cleo: Letter to C. Odilon Mailloux in French, 12/12/1895. Says that C. Odilon Mailloux is invited to dinner.

Caspari, Edward: Letter from EVD, 9/11/06. Says that he is writing on behalf of his father to thank Caspari for his beautiful tribute to Marguerite Bettrich Debs.

Casselberry, Horace: Letter to EVD, 10/20/21. Says that he wants to impose upon Congress a "Magna Charta of Peace." Includes a copy of his "New Declaration" saying that it is meant to "stop the next war now."
Letter to EVD, 11/7/21. Say that he appreciated the sentiments expressed in TD's to him.

Cassidy, Edward F.: Letter to EVD, 11/5/21. Says that he is writing to wish EVD a happy birthday. Says that after a battle with Tammany Hall he and Lee were seated as alderman of New York City, New York through the help of Morris Hillquit and the unions.

Cassidy, F. J.: Telegram to EVD, 4/15/18. Asks that EVD speak at a May Day meeting in Seattle, Washington on behalf of Seattle, Washington local of Socialist Party and other labor organizations.

Castelton, Samuel: Letter to EVD, 9/11/20. Expresses the hope that EVD feels better soon. Says that Warden Fred Zerbst is holding on to one of EVD's press releases until the Department of Justice gives permission to publish it. Includes a note from EVD to TD saying that he is afraid that this message will not go out even though Fred Zerbst is willing to release it. Tells TD that he is not surprised by the hold up.
Letter to TD, 7/29/21. Writes that he is convinced that President Warren Harding will release EVD within the next several weeks. Says that TD must continue agitating for EVD's release to bolster Warren Harding's position. Remarks that Warren Harding's position has "knocked the wind" out of the amnesty movement. Tells TD that despite the protests of the American Legion EVD should be released. Writes that Linn A. E. Gale is a "traitor to himself, his ideals" and a "would be agent provocateur."
Letter from TD, 8/6/21. Expresses the hope that Castleton is right that EVD will soon be released. Says that from the reports that appear in the NEW YORK CALL that there is a great deal of pressure on Warren Harding to release the political prisoners. Writes that the protests of the American Legion should not be a problem after the NATION's series of articles on "The Truth About the American Legion" appears. Tells Castleton that if EVD is released he is concerned about the presence of "booze" at the reception in EVD's honor. Writes that he cannot believe what Castleton says about Linn A. E. Gale because while he may be a "fanatic" Gale has always had a great deal of integrity.
Letter to TD, 11/21/21. Says that Roger Baldwin of the American Civil Liberties Union has asked him to clarify his relationship with EVD. Writes that he has decided not to comply with Roger Baldwin's request until EVD is released. Informs EVD that neither Roger Baldwin nor the American Civil Liberties Union has a right to pass judgement on him. Writes that he has served only as EVD's comrade, nothing more.
Letter to TD, 10/16/44. Says that he would like to write a biography of EVD wants to know if TD would grant him permission to come to Terre Haute, Indiana and look through TD's files.
Letter to TD, 10/21/44. Says that the Socialist Party honored EVD last night on the 18th anniversary since his death. Writes that he cannot believe that it has been almost a quarter of a century since he first met EVD. Remarks that he was glad to see many young faces at last night's event. Says that Angelica Balabanoff was the speaker for the evening. Mentions that he spoke, too. Assures TD that EVD's stature will grow over time. Mentions that he received an autographed copy of CLARENCE DARROW FOR THE DEFENSE this morning. Asks that TD give him permission to look at his files for a book he is writing about EVD.
Letter to TD, 11/13/44. Says that he is worried about TD because he has not responded to his last 2 letters. Writes that he has been reliving EVD's time in prison with clarity. Expresses the hope that TD has been able to write his story of EVD.
Letter TD, 11/14/44. Says that he has not had the energy to respond to Castleton's letters. Tells Castleton that he never kept a file of the APPEAL TO REASON.

Letter to TD, 11/24/44. Writes that he received a letter from Irving Stone the other day saying that TD has given him sole right to use his files. Says that he knows that this statement is untrue. Tells TD that even if Irving Stone is a "literary genius" he should not be entilted to a monopoly on the information available about EVD's life. Asks that TD tell him if he plans on giving him a chance to look at TD's files.
Letter from TD, 11/30/44. Mentions that in the past year he has discouraged at least five people from writing a book on EVD. Tells Castleton that he has given Irving Stone sole permission to go through his materials on EVD and will not allow anyone else to do so until Stone has completed his work.
Letter to TD, 12/9/44. Informs TD that while he regrets not being able to use TD as a resource he will continue to pursue his work about EVD.
Letter from TD, 12/20/44. Says that he has a light attack of malaria, but expects to be feeling better soon.
Letter to Bill McKeen, 2/13/45. Says that he was a lawyer in Atlanta, Georgia at the time of EVD's incarceration. Remarks that he has decided to write a biography of EVD's life. Asks that McKeen help him with his work.
Letter to Gertrude Debs, 4/30/45. Sends condolences on TD's death.
Copy of letter to Darius B. Conklin, 6/5/45. Asks that Conklin help him with his biography about EVD.
Letter to Gertrude Debs, 6/9/45. Asks that Gertrude Debs tell him why TD discouraged him from writing a biography of EVD's life. Asks that Gertrude Debs help him with his biography.
Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 6/19/45. Says that TD's wishes will be honored and that Castleton will not be able to look at EVD's materials until Irving Stone has finished his book.

Caton, Eliza: Letter to TD, signed by Caton, Ada Caton, and Hortense Caton. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

"Cecelia": Photocopy of telegram to Katherine Debs, 10/21/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Century Publishing Company: Letter from EVD, 5/22/15. Says that after reading "the World Storm--And Beyond" by Edwin Davies Schoonmaker he thinks that Schoonmaker is a fine writer. Remarks that Edwin Davies Schoonmaker's fine writing is "the result of clear thinking and deep feeling." Writes that he would recommend the book to anyone interested in reading about socialism.

Cervenka, John A.: Letter to EVD on Liberty Bazaar letterhead, 11/1/20. Says that EVD was named the most popular member of the Socialist Party in a bazaar hosted by the American Czechoslovak Legion.
Note from EVD to TD on envelope postmarked 11/1/20. Writes that he appreciated the honor bestowed upon him by Cervenka.

Challiss, R. Elmer: Letter to EVD, 6/15/21. Tells EVD that upon his release from prison he should see a doctor. Says that EVD should have napropathic treatments from a medical establishment in Philapdelphia, Pennsylvania.

Chanin, N. SEE Cohen, A.

Chaplin, Ralph: Poem titled "The Vision Maker" to EVD, 9/17/21.
Letter to EVD, 12/21/24. Expresses the hope that EVD has a happy holidays. Says that he is sending EVD a picture of John Brown. Writes that he shall never forget EVD's talk on John Brown.
Letter to EVD, 6/3/26. Tells EVD that if he knew EVD was ill he would have written sooner. Writes that at the International Labor Defense's meeting on behalf of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti the crowd was primarily composed of communists.
Letter to TD, n.d. Says that he and his family came to Lindlahr's sanitarium as soon as they heard of EVD's critical condition. Sends condolences on the death of EVD.

Chapman, ?, n.d.: Sends illustration to TD.

Chapple, Joe Mitchell: Letter to TD on NATIONAL MAGAZINE letterhead, 1/26/16. Says that he is writing to send TD copies of the NATIONAL MAGAZINE he requested with the articles about James Whitcomb Riley in them. Mentions that he is going to be making the Lincoln's Day address at the Hamilton Club in Chicago, Illinois.
Letter from TD, 1/28/16. Says that he received Chapple's last letter. Asks that Chapple send copies of the James Whitcomb Riley articles to Mabel Dunlap Curry, Nora Ball Ragesdale, Sue Ball, Isabel MacLean, and the editors of the TERRE HAUTE STAR, TERRE HAUTE TRIBUNE, TERRE HAUTE POST, TERRE HAUTE SPECTATOR, INDIANAPOLIS STAR, and the INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. Writes that he would like to see Chapple when he is in Chicago, Illinois but that he will be on a tour with EVD to Oklahoma and Texas.
Letter to EVD on NATIONAL MAGAZINE letterhead, 1/8/18. Says that many of EVD's prophesies are now coming true. Writes that he read an article by Allan L. Benson on the Socialist Party's candidates.
Letter to EVD, 7/13/25. Says that EVD is filled with the "real love of humanity."

Chatterton, George C.: Poem titled "Eugene Victor Debs," 9/15/20.
Letter to EVD, 11/25/20. Says that he appreciated the chance to get to know EVD at the Federal Penitentiary at Atlanta, Georgia.
Letter to EVD, 12/25/20. Says that Christmas is a celebration "of the greatest of all Socialists." Writes that he thinks that EVD represents a "living example of a Christlike Representative and Savior of the common people."
Letter to EVD, 2/3/21. Says that he approved of EVD's response to Woodrow Wilson.
Note to EVD, 4/13/21. Says that he is sending a poem to express his appreciation to EVD. Includes poem titled "The Spirit of Debs."
Poem titled "The Weary" to EVD, 4/21/21. Includes a note from EVD to TD that it is tragic that such a man as Chatterton should be behind bars.
Letter to EVD, 11/5/21. Asks that EVD help publish his poem titled "A Knight of Eternity." Includes a poem titled "A Knight of Eternity." Includes a note from EVD to TD asking that TD read the poem when he has the chance.
Note to EVD, 11/20/21. Tells EVD that his latest poem has been inspired by Angela Morgan's poem "Superman." Encloses poem called "The Modern Cruxifixion."
Poem titled "Thanksgiving" to EVD, 11/24/21.
Letter to EVD, 11/?/21. Says that he admires EVD and the position he took during the war. Writes that EVD is the "soul of humanity."
Letter to EVD, 3/2/23. Says that he is writing to lambaste Benjamin Karr's article "A Point Debs Misses" in the CLEVELAND NEWS. Mentions that this article criticizes EVD's stance during the war.

Chavarria, Cora M. Arnold: Letter to TD, 10/14/26. Expresses the hope that EVD's heath improves. Says that EVD has personally touched her life.

Checel, H.: Letter to TD on Cleveland, Ohio Local Socialist Party letterhead, 3/7/18. Asks that EVD speak at a picnic in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cherdron, Eliza Taylor: Letter to TD, 2/13/17. Says that TD is a wonderful brother to EVD. Says that she saw EVD speak a few weeks ago in Chicago, Illinois. Remarks that EVD is the one man everyone loves. Writes that EVD is the greatest American. Says that the audience applauded whenever Karl Liebknecht's name was mentioned. Tells EVD that A. Stroller Tobuison of the Workers' institute and the Chicago Sunday School in Chicago, Illinois has his only son named after him. Says that Robert La Follette has dared to stand alone in regards to the war. Remarks that Robert La Follette is practically a socialist at heart. Says that Victor Berger has not called a mass meeting yet. Writes that her International Sunday School has taken a stand against the war. Writes that she wants a referendum on the war issue. Tells TD that EVD's work lives on in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Says that she is one of the only people who has defied Victor Berger to his face. Remarks that many socialists in Milwaukee, Wisconsin beginning to do the same. Mentions that she slapped Victor Berger in the face. Assures TD that America will avert war because Woodrow Wilson will have to follow the will of the people.
Letter to EVD and TD, 7/21/18. Says that she is disgusted by the war. Expresses the hope that EVD is feeling better soon.
Letter to TD, 3/30/19. Writes that she saw an article in the LEADER that EVD might like. Expresses the hope that Warden Terrell will not prevent EVD from receiving mail.
Letter from TD, 9/1/19. Says that he is sorry that he was not able to spend more time with Cherdron when she was in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Letter to TD, 9/4/19. Writes that she appreciated TD's apology. Tells TD that she has been having marital problems.
Letter from TD, 9/25/19. Says that he received Cherdron's last letter. Writes that he would like to apologize one more time for hurting her feelings.
Note to TD, 11/27/19. Says that she is writing to send Thanksgiving greetings to TD and his family.
Letter to EVD, 7/27/20. Says that while writing her letter she was called out of her office to help a worker hit by a flying disc. Mentions that the girl who was hit had given her candy last week because Cherdron gave her a rose and a glass of water while she was working at a machine. Writes that she took a tour of the plant this morning with the factory's managers. Says that if the Presidential candidates straddle their platforms much further they will split in 2.
Letter to EVD, 10/21/20. Says that EVD's message to the women was well put. Writes that the election on 11/2/20 should show that socialism is not a hopeless case. Remarks that John Reed is dead at 33. Tells EVD that John Reed was a "brilliant fellow."
Letter to EVD, 1/31/21. Writes that George Bernard Shaw and G. K. Chesterton are in the United States telling Americans as much "sarcastic truth" about their nation as they can. Says that she agrees with George Bernard Shaw that other planets use earth as an insane asylum. Remarks that someone once said that EVD could swear like music.
Letter to TD and Gertrude Debs, 11/22/31. Says that she is writing to send TD and Gertrude Debs her greetings at Thanksgiving. Mentions that Victor Berger had the habit of always putting himself first.
Letter to TD, 7/14/36. Says that she wanted to let TD know that her daughter Jean has gotten married.
Letter to TD and Gertrude Debs, 12/8/36. Sends condolences on the death of Katherine Debs. Writes that when EVD visited Milwaukee, Wisconsin after his release from the Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta, Georgia "he concentrated on the very Milwaukee people who never really raised a hand to help him at Atlanta" like Dan Hoan and Victor Berger. Writes that Dan Hoan and Victor Berger created "a little selfish clique of politicians" who made money off of "their social savior slant." Tells TD and Gertrude Debs that Noble Wilson is a "rotter." Says that Katherine Debs was always loyal to EVD. Mentions that her daughter Jean is pregnant.
Letter from TD, 12/15/36. Says that he and Katherine Debs parted ways after EVD's death because she failed to file EVD's last will which left his property to the Socialist Party. Remarks that instead Katherine Debs filed a will that EVD signed 20 years earlier leaving his entire estate to his wife. Informs Cherdron that Katherine Debs did not need EVD's inheritance having inherited money from her own family. Mentions that he is saddened by the death of his sister Marie Debs Heinl. Says that Cherdron must be happy that her daughter is expecting a baby. Remarks that he regrets that he did not have more children. Writes that he often thinks of EVD's imprisonment. Remarks that the memories haunt him.
Letter to TD, 12/26/41. Tells TD that with so many people are desiring freedom that she can see in the future a "United States of the World."
Letter to TD, 12/28/42. Says that she is writing to send TD her Christmas greetings.
Letter to TD, 12/25/44. Tells TD that she found herself without a teaching job in Cedarburg, Wisconsin for her pro-American teaching in a pro-German community.
Letter from TD, 1/1/45. Writes that during the first world war a teacher in Terre Haute, Indiana was discharged for opposing the war. Mentions that the teacher signed on with an agency that placed her in a teaching job for much higher pay. Says that his health has been wretched for a year.
Letter to TD, 3/26/45. Says that she is writing to send TD her Easter greetings. Includes a clipping from the CHICAGO SUN saying that Norman Thomas thinks that it is time for another EVD to emerge.
Letter Gertrude Debs and Marguerite Debs Cooper, 4/15/45. Sends condolences on TD's death. Writes that TD and EVD were alike in so many ways. Says that EVD was fighting for many of the same principles as Franklin Roosevelt.

Chenery, William: Letter to EVD on COLLIER'S MAGAZINE letterhead, 6/8/26. Says that he would like information regarding EVD's personal sacrifices for an article that he is writing.
Letter from TD to Chenery, 6/10/26. Says that EVD will not be able to send the information requested because of illness.

Chevaillier, Faith: Letter to EVD, 8/?/19. Says that if President Wilson met EVD he would be ashamed of himself for imprisoning such a man.
Letter to EVD, 3/28/21. Says that she has written to President Warren Harding and Attorney General Harry Daugherty about getting EVD released from prison.
Letter to EVD, 10/8/23. Says that she is writing to send EVD her greetings.
Letter to Nobel Peace Prize Committee, 3/15/24. Says that she has written the Nobel Peace Prize Committee to tell them that EVD is "entitled" to the award.
Letter to TD, 10/23/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Childs, Eliza A.: Poem titled "A Letter to Eugene V. Debs on the Eve of Election 1920," 11/?/20.

Chippinger, Laura M.: Letter to "Debs Family," n.d. Says that he would like to thank the Debs family for the flowers it sent.

Christensen, P. P.: Letter to EVD on Morrison Hotel Chicago, Illinois letterhead, 12/2/24. Says that he will call on EVD when he comes to Terre Haute, Indiana on 12/3/24.

Christine, Gertrude: Letter to TD, 12/29/23. Writes that she is working on behalf of Samuel Moore, an inmate at the Federal Penitentiary at Atlanta, Georgia, along with the Louisville, Kentucky Urban League, Judge Bingham, and the editor of the COURIER-JOURNAL. Expresses the hope that Harry Daugherty will release him.
Letter to TD, 5/20/26. Says that she laments the fact that "greedy, treacherous skunks of humanity can have a greater influence in the world of affairs than men and women of noble character and enlightened minds." Tells TD that she is glad EVD's citizenship rights have been restored.
Letter to TD, 10/26/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.
Letter to TD, 12/1/26. Says that she appreciated the newspaper clippings and photographs that TD sent. Writes that EVD is "incomparable," even to Abraham Lincoln.

Citrine, Walter: Telegram to TD, 10//22/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death in behalf of the Trades Unions Congress' General Council of Great Britain.

Claessens, August: Letter to TD on Socialist Party letterhead, 3/9/28. Asks that TD send a word of greeting to the National Convention so that it can be printed in a souvenir journal.
Letter from TD, 3/15/28. Says that he is writing to send greetings to the convention delegates in what he perceives will be a "great year for the Socialist Party."
Letter to TD on Social Democratic Federation of New York City, New York letterhead, 5/1/42. Says that he is writing to send greetings to TD on behalf of the New York City, New York local of the Social Democratic Federation.
Letter to TD on Social Democratic Federation letterhead, 9/7/43. Writes that he has received a letter from Josephine Constantino. Says that he told her that materials about EVD's life can be found at the Rand School. Remarks that some of the people wanting to write biographies of EVD's life may not be "desirous." Tells TD that he will be glad to meet with these people. Mentions that he told Josephine Costantino that he would not help her locate anything scandalous or trivial for her biography of EVD's life.
Letter from TD, 9/15/43. Tells Claessens that he received a visit from a Mr. Baskette who wants to do a biography of EVD. Says that because of his connection with the cases of the Scottsboro boys, he suspects that Baskette is a Communist or a Fifth Columnist. Asks that Claessens and the officials of the Rand School look in to the matter for him.
Letter to TD on Social Democratic Federation letterhead, 10/7/43. Says that he will be happy to look into the matter for TD. Writes that he is sorry that TD is not in good health. Mentions that his new booklet titled "Race Prejudice" has almost gone through its first printing of 10,000 copies in four weeks.
Copy of letter from TD, 12/22/43. Writes that he would have replied sooner but that he has been ill. Says that when he dies his materials on EVD will go to the Rand School as EVD wished. Tells Claessens that he read "Race Prejudice" and then sent it on to the DAILY TRIBUNE. Expresses the hope that Claessens has a happy holidays.
Letter to TD on Social Democratic Federation letterhead, 5/19/44. Asks that TD write a 200 word article for the Social Democratic Federation's 8th anniversary journal.
Letter to TD on social Democratic Federation letterhead, 9/12/44. Informs TD that Irving Stone who is interested in doing a biography of EVD is a well-known writer. Mentions that Stone has already conferred with Julius Gerber, William Feigenbaum, Algernon Lee, and Lena Morrow Lewis. Says that he will meet Stone later in the week. Also mentions that he does not think Stone is a Communist.
Letter to TD on Social Democratic Federation letterhead, 9/20/44. Informs TD that he wants to dissuade Irving Stone from writing a fictional account of EVD's life because of "matters he cannot understand" due to his "lack of association with our movement."
Letter to TD on Social Democratic Federation letterhead, 1/27/45. Asks that TD allow the use of his name as a sponsor of the Social Democratic Federation's drive to raise $25,000 for the hiring of organizers, the opening of regional offices on the Pacific coast and the Midwest, and the promotion the SOCIAL DEMOCRAT.

Clark, David H.: Letter to TD, 8/5/20. Tells TD that on this morning " the call to outdoors resounds, but Capitalism forbids . . . the call for bread smothers the voice of freedom and drives me each early morn to the dungeon." Writes that his wife had a miscarriage last January from which she is just now recovering. Says that he has worked hard this year to keep afloat. Remarks that he wonders if TD ever hears from Samuel Castleton.
Letter to EVD, 12/26/20.
Letter to EVD, 12/26/20. Expresses the hope that EVD had a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Writes that he hopes that 1921 will be the year that EVD gets released from prison.
Letter to EVD, 4/22/21. Writes that Samuel Castleton returned to Atlanta, Georgia last not. Says that he had a "wonderful experience" in Washington and New York City, New York. Remarks that Samuel Castleton will tell EVD about his trip. Tells EVD that he suspects that he will soon be released. Mentions that Samuel Castleton met Karl Liebknecht who said that the peasants in the Balkan states want to know when EVD will be released from prison. Says that he sees that the question of general amnesty will not be examined until after peace has been declared.
Poem titled "Lines to Eugene V. Debs," 4/23/21.
Letter to TD on Southern Textile Improvement Company letterhead, 4/30/21. Tells TD that several members of the Metropolitan Opera Company visited his office looking for Samuel Castleton so that he might help them see EVD. Asks that TD write to Anna Brookstaber who "tried with tears in her eyes" to see EVD.
Letter to EVD, 5/25/21. Writes that he has spoken to a chiropractor who has agreed to give EVD treat EVD 6 days a week for $20. Mentions that Louis Kopelin has made $250 available for EVD's use while in prison. Also mentions that Morris Hillquit and J. A. Wayland's children would also being willing to help EVD financially. Says that Linn A. E. Gale and his wife is being held in San Antonio, Texas for dodging the draft during the war by fleeing to Mexico City, Mexico.
Note from EVD to TD, n.d. Asks that TD write to Clark and inform him that he could not possibly accept the money set aside for him by Louis Kopelin but that he sincerely appreciates the sentiment. Says that Linn A. E. Gale "having a hard time between the Mexican and U.S. authorites."
Letter to TD on Southern Textile Improvement Company letterhead, 8/5/21. Informs TD that EVD's health has much improved since his last report. Mentions that Marguerite Prevey has seen EVD twice and reports that EVD looks good. Writes that EVD was not doing well when the heat was so bad.
Letter to EVD on Southern Textile Improvement Company letterhead, 10/7/21. Tells EVD that his wife, the sole supporter of the family, was fired from the Martel Cotton Mill in Atlanta, Georgia and that he must find himself a job. States that it will impossible to look after EVD's welfare for a while. Includes a note on the bottom of the letter from EVD to TD saying that his heart is with the Clarks.
Letter to TD on American Credit Service letterhead, 11/16/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.
Letter to TD on American Credit Service letterhead, 2/13/27. Writes that he and his wife hurry off to work each morning at 6:30 a.m. Mentions that his daughter Nellie Clark enlightened her class about socialism. Says that his neighbor works in a mill and only makes $12 a week. Tells TD that his reflects upon his life while working at the mill. Mentions that he was last month's "Gold-Star Weaver." Writes that EVD's trip to Washington was a "veiled invitation" for EVD to escape from prison and leave America like William Haywood had done. Says that EVD's warden told him that he was dong more to keep EVD in prison than anyone else. Assures TD that some day the revolution will come. Mentions that the article "Debs Scores Wilson" in the NEW YORK CALL was republished in newspapers around the country, which "detroyed" the Democratic Party. Says that EVD paid for the workers now getting higher wages with his "very life." Writes that EVD led a well spent life.

Clark, Edward T.: Letter to EVD on Vice President's Chamber letterhead, 1/30/22. Assures EVD that Vice President Calvin Coolidge will look into the case of Andrew Lee.
Letter to EVD on Vice President's Chamber letterhead, 2/2/22. Tells EVD that the case has been taken up by Attorney General Harry Daugherty.

Clark, Frank A.:
Poem titled "That Smile of Debs" to EVD, n.d.

Clark, Genevieve Bennett: Letter to TD on United States House of Representatives letterhead, 3/24/21. Writes that it will be a year this April since she and a group of delegates made a trip to the White House to ask Woodrow Wilson to release EVD. Says that she headed the delegation. Remarks that Robert La Follette's wife was among the delegates. Mentions that Woodrow Wilson's secretary was not present to receive the delegation when it arrived. Says that before Warren Harding was inaugurated as President she asked him to release EVD. Remarks that she saw an article in the GLOBE-DEMOCRAT today that said that EVD is to be freed. Expresses the hope that this is true. Mentions that even A. Mitchell Palmer wants to see EVD freed.
Copy of letter to William Howard Taft, 9/29/21. Asks that Taft tell her if it is true that he is using his influence to keep EVD in prison. Mentions that when Warren Harding and his wife visited her when she was grieving over the death of her husband she told Warren Harding to free EVD. Writes that it makes her sick that Warren Harding is succumbing to the "field mouse fear" when it comes to the issue of releasing the political prisoners.
Copy of letter to William Howard Taft, 9/29/21. Contains same text as other letter dated 9/29/21.
Copy of letter to William Howard Taft, 9/29/21. Contains same text as other letter dated 9/29/21.
Copy of letter from TD, n.d.: Informs Clark that he will not be able to attend the dedication to the Champ Clark Mississippi River Bridge in Louisiana, Missouri. Mentions that if there had a Champ Clark in the White House instead of Woodrow Wilson the Red Scare would have been diverted.

Clark, John Milton SEE Augusto, Allie

Clark, John F.: Letter to TD, 12/4/21. Says that his wife died a year ago. Writes that he found 2 old letters from EVD, one dated 4/12/1883 announcing EVD's election to an official position with the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and another, dated 5/15/? asking that Clark notify Johnny McCutchon, James Phillips, and George Brewer of their elections. Writes that Braddock, Pennsylvania was the center of the steel strike. Tells TD that workers voted in the same representatives who stopped the union organizers after the election. Remarks that he wants to visit TD in Terre Haute, Indiana. Includes a note asking that TD tell EVD that he is "going to put up a fight" to see EVD one more time before he dies.

Cleghorn, Sarah N. SEE Le Prade, Ruth

Clemens, Ruth: Letter to EVD, 12/20/20. Says that she is writing to send EVD her Christmas greetings. Tells EVD that she cast the only vote for him in her sixth grade class's mock election. Writes that she used to tell people that socialism was her religion.

Clevenger, Belle: Letter to TD and Gertrude Debs, 10/21/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Clifford, Tom: Letter to EVD, 7/10/21. Expresses the hope that all political prisoners will soon be released. Says that the workers are "selfish individualists" unworthy of EVD's devotion. Writes that he "blushes with shame" when he think that he used to be connected with the socialist Party. Remarks that he spent several hours talking with Marguerite Prevey and Charles Baker. Assures EVD that the militant minority has not forgotten him.
Letter to TD, 11/19/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death. Says that he spoke at the Communist Party memorial meeting in Cleveland, Ohio.

Cline, Charles: Postcard to EVD, 7/2/15. Writes that his life sentence was reversed by the Supreme Court and that a new trial has been granted. Thanks EVD for all of his efforts.

Cline, E. M.: Letter to EVD, 12/21/20. Expresses his disgust with the imprisonment of EVD and other political prisoners.

Clogston, C. W.: Note to EVD, 2/19/14. Says that he is writing to apologize for not yet publishing EVD's article in the TERRE HAUTE POST. Writes that he hopes to do so soon.
Letter from EVD, 2/21/14. Says that he is surprised that Clogston did not contact him sooner. Writes that the "psychological moment," the point where the article could have had it deepest impact, has passed.
Letter to EVD, 2/21/14. Writes that EVD's last letter was unjust. Tells EVD that he will return the article as requested. Says that he had hope to put EVD's article in a prominent place in his paper.
Letter from EVD, 2/23/14. Says that he apologizes for the tone of his last letter. Writes that the effectiveness of his article was diminished by not publishing it when it was first sent.

Coates, Walter J.: Poem titled "Debs Triumphant," 10/19/21.

Coburn, George Otis: Poem titled "The Warning," 12/25/19.

Cock, George B.: Letter to EVD, 10/7/20. Tells EVD that he must "send out a challenge to the old parties" and take part in the discussion surrounding the League of Nations. Says that he would like to see "harmony among the nations of the earth." Writes that he was once a soldier in the Civil War where he "fought under the banner of the great Lincoln." Remarks that he once met EVD in Helena, Montana when he was working for the Immigration Service as a Chinese inspector.

Coffman, Waldo: Telegram to TD, 10/20/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Cohen, A.: Letter to EVD, signed by Cohen and N. Chanin, 9/8/21. Says that he is writing to send greetings to EVD on behalf of the Jewish Socialist Verband, an organization composed of Jewish trade unions, the United Hebrew Trade, the Workmen Circle, the JEWISH DAILY FORWARD, and members of the Jewish Socialist Federation. Writes that he would like to see a united socialist front.

Cohen, B.: Letter to TD on JEWISH DAILY FORWARD letterhead, 11/1/28. Asks that TD attend a ceremony to unveil a bronze statue of EVD in the Workmen's Circle Lyceum in Newark, New Jersey. Says that it is being sponsored by the Jewish Socialist Branch number 3. Mentions that Charney Vladeck will be participating in the ceremony.
Letter from TD, 11/12/28. Says that he will not be able to attend the ceremony. Tells Cohen that if EVD was still living he "would in no way feel that the infinitely small service he may have rendered to the cause was worthy of such notable recognition."
Letter to TD, 12/1/28. Says that the ceremony at which EVD's statue was revealed there was music by Mary Menk and addresses by Charles Levine and B. C. Vladeck.

Cohen, George N.: Letter to EVD, 7/1/12. Asks that EVD tell him if at a meeting of the National Campaign Committee if he objected to J. Mahlon Barnes being named the Socialist Party's campaign manager for the 1912 election.
Letter from TD, 7/2/12. Tells Cohen that EVD objected to J. Mahlon Barnes being named his campaign manager in front of the Socialist Party's National Executive Council and the Campaign Committee because he felt it would "revive the entire Barnes scandal." Writes that EVD has received several letters protesting J. Mahlon Barnes' appointment. Says that EVD does not blame J. Mahlon Barnes but Morris Hillquit who nominated J. Mahlon Barnes to get "his machine grip on the campaign."
Telegram to TD, 10/21/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Cohen, Joseph E.: Letter to EVD, 12/11/19. Writes that EVD is always close to him in spirit. Says that these are strange days with people being "hounded and deported and jailed" for mentioning violence when all they want to do is counteract it.
Letter to EVD, 12/28/19. Says that he is writing to send EVD his New Year's greetings and the thought that "for every passing year means one nearer the close of the old order." Mentions that the "workers' republic of Russia" has successfully defended itself against the "imperialists."
Letter to TD, 12/28/19. Says that he is glad EVD is feeling better and that EVD's spirit cannot be broken by the "grubbing politicians" and "sewer statesmen." Mentions that he does not think President Woodrow Wilson will free EVD. Writes that Russia will help bring about a new socialist world.
Letter to EVD, 2/26/20. Tells EVD that the "course of the workers' governments is well nigh open and free; and their magnificent example must strike a responsive note in the labor movement here."
Letter to EVD, 3/26/20. Says that he is writing to congratulate EVD on his nomination for President. Assures EVD that this is exactly what the American movement needs.
Letter to TD, 3/26/20. Writes that he is glad EVD has accepted the Socialist Party's nomination for President. Mentions that the workers' day is coming and that "now it is Germany that bends forward."
Letter to TD, 4/10/20. Says that raids on the Communists has pretty much destroyed the Communist Party in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania but that the Socialist Party has persevered. Writes that he has not been charged for violating the Espionage Act. Mentions a leaflet seized at a Scott Nearing meeting which the secret service was "too stupid to read" frothing only at the headings.
Letter to TD, 6/28/20. Says that the Socialist Party in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is "twice as big and successful." Remarks that Helen Keller is "one of the marvels of our time," participating in events like EVD's nomination.
Letter to EVD, 6/29/20. Assures EVD that the Socialist Party's campaign is both "intensive as well as extensive."
Letter to EVD, 9/13/20. Says that the French workers call EVD "the American Jaures." Expresses the hope that EVD will soon be freed.
Letter to TD, 10/18/20. Says that the "hunger of the masses for our message is insatiable." Writes that he supports EVD's position on the Third International.
Letter to EVD, 11/4/20. Says that he is writing to congratulate EVD for his showing in the 1920 election. Tells EVD that Philadelphia, Pennsylvania cast over 18,000 votes for EVD, an amazing feat considering "what a miserable failure Philadelphia election officers are at counting."
Letter to EVD, 12/4/20. Writes that the world is having trouble recovering from the havoc of the "war capitalism imposed upon it." Says that he and his comrades have a right to "breathe easier since the election" since it should discourage "the wild ones" in office.
Letter to EVD, 12/20/20. Tells EVD that he had the chance to help out Samuel Moore. Expresses the hope that EVD will be free by Christmas.
Letter to TD, 12/20/20. Says that should the Socialist Party give him "sailing orders" he shall go to Russia. Writes that even though TD thinks Cohen deserves to go because of his service rendered to the Socialist Party, Cohen feels that the Socialist Party owes him nothing.
Letter to TD, 2/17/21. Writes that he appreciated TD's last letter.
Letter to EVD, 4/29/21. Says that he is writing to send EVD May Day greetings.
Letter to TD, 5/14/21. Tells TD that he agrees that the holdup on EVD's release is a matter of "political expediency."
Letter to EVD, 7/28/21. Expresses the hope that EVD is handling the humid weather well. Says that the Socialist Party should have "little difficulty in forging ahead" after the "encumbrance" of the last election.
Letter to TD, 9/15/21. Tells TD that the "stupid rulers" keep the "prophets in jail" while the "temples fall."
Letter to EVD, 10/1/21. Says that he is writing to send his greetings to EVD.
Letter to EVD, 11/11/21. Says that he is writing to send EVD birthday greetings.
Letter to EVD, 12/1/21. Says that he wants to thank EVD for his kind remembrance.
Letter to TD, 12/1/21. Expresses the hope that EVD is soon released.
Letter to TD, 10/16/23. Says that he is sorry that he missed seeing TD.
Letter to TD, 10/18/26. Expresses the hope that EVD's health will improve at Lindlahr's Sanitarium.
Letter to TD, 10/21/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.
Letter to TD, 11/7/26. Says that he wished he could help TD share the burden of EVD's loss.
Letter to TD, 12/12/26. Expresses the hope that TD is feeling more like his old self.
Letter to TD, 12/25/26. Says that TD was a "superhuman" to EVD.
Letter to TD, 1/30/27. Says that he writing Sends greetings to TD.
Letter to TD, 8/8/27. States that TD's letter came on the day that Sacco and Vanzetti's verdict was announced. Tells TD that Vanzetti saw the verdict coming. Thinks that Sacco and Vanzetti are innocent and that "the judges, jury, prosecution, governor, and commission" used every "method of perversion" to insure their guilt. Includes a note from TD dated 8/23/27 saying that on this day Sacco and Vanzetti were "legally done to death by the puppets of the capitalist class."
Letter to TD, 9/17/28. States that labor is "far from having a cause for rejoicing," especially considering the blow dealt to the miners. Writes that things will change and when they do, they will come "rapidly and thoroughly."
Letter to TD, 10/14/31. Says that he is writing to mark the fifth anniversary since EVD's death.
Letter to TD, 11/15/31. Says that all is "ill" with the world with growing unemployment and increased destitution. Tells TD that "Japan siezes the moment of crisis in the white man's world to pursue her own imperialistic career."
Letter to TD, 7/16/36. Mentions that he and James Mauer have parted ways with the Socialist Party. Writes that the present steel strike is the beginning of a revitalized labor movement.
Letter to TD, 3/2/41. Writes that I. F. Stone was an editorial writer for the NEW YORK POST when it was owned by David Stearn. Tells TD That I. F. Stone is a "fellow traveler" who is "ignorant of fundamentals and historical background." Mentions that I. F. Stone is "always ready to rush to the aid of the Comies." Says that he was deeply moved by the passing of David Karsner.
Letter to TD on Labor's Non-Partisan League of Pennsylvania letterhead, 9/15/41. Writes that Franklin Roosevelt is building up his case "for whatever may betide." Says that the idea of a war is a difficult one for him to contemplate. Tells TD that the idea of war is eclipsed by Adolph Hitler's conquest of Europe.
Letter to TD on Labor's Non-Partisan League of Pennsylvania letterhead, 6/18/42. Expresses the hope that TD's health improves. Writes that the shot that Henry Wallace has fired has been heard around the world. Says that he is delighted that Franklin Roosevelt chose Henry Wallace as his associate. Tells TD that Eric A. Johnston, the new president of the United States Chamber of Commerce said that the war will provide a "magnificent opportunity" to mold and shape society. Says that another great "dynamo" has been lost with the death of Walter Thomas Mills.
Letter to TD on Labor's Non-Partisan League of Pennsylvania letterhead, 7/13/42. Mentions that the United Air Force has not done enough damage yet to the morale of the "followers of Hitler and his Jap Aryans."
Letter to TD on Labor's Non-Partisan League of Pennsylvania letterhead, 7/27/42. Says that he always relishes reading Stuart Chase. Remarks that Stuart Chase feels like the hope for humanity is to win the war.
Letter to TD on Labor's Non-Partisan League of Pennsylvania letterhead, 9/11/42. Writes that Labor Day was a peculiar one with "most workers glued to their jobs for full production." Mentions that the CIO's involvement into foreign affairs challenges the AFL's notion that "it alone speaks for labor in America." Writes that the Anglo-American-Soviet trade union conference has been postponed until the AFL reconsiders its isolationist stance. Says that Philip Murray's Industrial Council Plan represents another step in the direction of industrial democracy.
Letter to TD on Labor's Non-Partisan League letterhead, 9/23/42. Says that he is sending TD a copy of the Labor's Non-Partisan League's platform which has decided to align itself with the Democratic Party. Writes that the Republican Party has unlimited money to buy the election.
Letter to TD, 11/22/43. Tells TD that he a couple of men at a New York ship yard asked about EVD and he told them all about him. Says that James Mauer gave an inspiring speech in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Letter to TD, 1/19/44. Says that he is hoping that Adolph Hitler can be defeated without having to resort to a land war. Writes that the "labor-hating majority" in Congress is "divebombing" every union stronghold.
Letter to TD, 2/16/44. Writes that the stamina of labor is growing in America and that unions will not collapse as they did after World War I.
Letter to TD, 3/22/44. Writes that James Mauer has passed away. Says that state leaders of the AFL and CIO were present at his funeral. Remarks that he has known James Mauer for 40 years.
Letter to TD, 4/21/44. Writes that at the CIO state convention Charles Ervin and Pat Fagan gave outstanding speeches. Says that President Phillips paid a tribute to James Mauer by calling him the man who won the Child Labor Law for the state of Pennsylvania. Tells TD that the convention endorsed the campaigns of President Franklin Roosevelt and Henry Wallace.
Letter to TD on CIO Political Action Committee letterhead, 5/10/44. Says that the state chairman of the CIO Political Action Committee, Joseph A. Donoghue, is a "New Deal Democrat." Writes that the purpose of the CIO Political Action Committee is to make contacts and to find out the voting records of state and national representatives. Says that Pennsylvania's Military Ballot Law is the best in the country.
Letter to TD, 8/15/44. Writes that several members of the Farmers Union has set up a farmers' division of the Pennsylvania Political Action Committee. Tells TD that due to the work of the CIO, the Democrats have passed the Republicans in voter registration.
Letter to TD, 9/5/44. Writes that he thinks that the end of the war is near since France is now almost entirely liberated from Germany. Mentions that the campaign for President is gathering momentum and that the Gallup Poll shows that Franklin Roosevelt in the lead.
Letter to TD, 11/9/44. Writes that in Pennsylvania 6 Congressmen, 4 State Senators, and 32 House Representatives were elected on a liberal platform. Says that the Democrats give credit to the CIO Political Action Committee for their success.
Letter to TD, 12/4/44. Writes that in the last election the Republicans managed to hold on to the House, even if by a "mere whisker." Says that John L. Lewis did not have a tremendous impact on the election in Pennsylvania. Mentions that the CHICAGO SUN gave due credit to the C.I.O. Political Action Committee for the success of Democratic candidates. Writes that TD is probably rejoicing at the liberation of France from German forces.
Letter to TD, 12/27/44. Mentions that he has seen Ed Wannemacher and Adolph Germer. Says that he saw Germer at the CIO legislative conference in Washington D.C. Mentions that he will be attending another conference between the Pennsylvania CIO, the Pennsylvania AFL, the Railroad Brotherhoods, and the Miner's union.
Letter to TD, 1/24/45. Writes that the Russian offensive has given him renewed hope that Germany will be defeated. Says that the Republicans will have to make concessions to labor if they want to be elected in the state of Pennsylvania in 1946.
Letter to TD, 2/23/45. Writes that TD's interpretation of the political situation in Pennsylvania is logical. Says that while he knows that TD was disappointed by the returns in the last election that at least Thomas Dewey did not get elected. Writes that if the Triple Alliance had consisted of "Churchill, Lenin, and Dewey, the latter would have sat there batting his eyes like a toad in a hailstorm." States that Adolph Hitler's power is waning. Says that John L. Lewis' influence in politics has "dwindled to a whisper; the roar into the pint of a newly sharpened pencil."
Letter to TD, 3/1/45. Says that he thinks the war will soon be over. Mentions that John L. Lewis has "again raised the burning question" which led the A.F.L. "to withdraw its welcome mat" for him. Writes the CIO continues to break the new ground in Pennsylvania.
Letter to TD, 4/5/45. Writes that there could be internal strife within the Pennsylvania Republican Party. Says that the Governor has supported an industrialist's program on Workmen's Compensation and Unemployment Compensation without a labor compromise.
Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper, 4/16/45. Sends condolences on TD's death.
Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper, 6/5/45. Says that he appreciated Marguerite Debs Cooper letter.

Cohen, Max: Letter to TD, 11/6/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death on behalf of the Yonkers, New York local of the Socialist Party.

Coldwell, Joseph M.:
Letter to Otto Branstetter, 10/24/20. Writes that he would like to thank the Prison Comfort Club for sending boxes of fruit and sandwiches. Says that the enthusiasm should not lag this close to the election. Tells Branstetter that he should arrange meetings across the country for November 5th. Also tells Branstetter that the Socialist Party should keep up its agitation on the behalf of political prisoners. Remarks that on EVD's birthday "every radical and liberal thinker in the country" should send a message to A. Mitchell Palmer demanding the release of all political prisoners.
Letter from TD, 10/20/43. Says that he talked to many old-timers before allowing Irving Stone access to EVD's materials. Tells Coldwell that he cannot go back on his word now and not let Stone use EVD's materials. Mentions that he last saw Coldwell at the Atlanta, Georgia railway station when EVD was released from prison.
Letter to TD, 10/15/44. Writes that he had a bad experience with Irving Stone, "nee Tannerbaum" who did not return the clippings he loaned him. Says that Irving Stone did not even give him a check large enough to cover all of his expenses. Mentions that Irving Stone quoted from his unpublished manuscript without permission.

Coleman, George D.: Letter to TD, 7/5/20. Says that he is sending TD a proof of an article that will be appearing in GALE'S. Writes that he plans on leaving for Mexico to serve as associate editor of the magazine. Tells TD that if he does not subscribe to GALE'S he should. Remarks that he tried to get EVD to join the International Workingmen's Association in the 1870s. Says that factionalism in the Communist Party, the Industrial Workers of the World, the Socialist Party, and the trade unions remind him of a Greek proverb, "Dogs fight among themselves but against the wolves, they are united." Writes that the Metal Workers of America are trying to break up the International Association of Machinists. Includes a poem titled "From Flander's Fields."

Coleman, McAlister SEE ALSO Holl, Frank

Coleman, McAlister: Letter to TD, 12/4/29. Tells TD that will be in Terre Haute, Indiana on 12/9/29 to do research on EVD. Asks that TD book him a room at a moderately priced hotel.
Letter to TD, 1/8/30. Says that he is up to the "FIREMAN'S MAGAZINE period" on his biography of EVD's life. Writes that he will see David Karsner when he gets the chance. Mentions that people from the Rand School have asked about TD since his return from Terre Haute, Indiana. Also mentions that the Socialist Party is growing in New York City, New York with 8 to 10 new members daily, most of them of "middle class origin." Says that Norman Thomas' vote has not altered the AFL's stance towards the Socialist Party.
Letter to TD, 1/20/30. Says that his book about EVD will be out in April. Says that he talked with David Karsner about EVD and TD.
Note to TD, 10/3/?. Says that TD should "pay no attention to Irving Stone. He is a traitor."

Coleman, Rose: Letter to EVD, signed by Coleman, George A. Coleman, and Eugene Franklin Coleman, 5/5/21. Writes that her child named after EVD is celebrating his 7th birthday. Says that he has heard from her dear friend George Kirkpatrick. Also mentions that the Allegheny County local of the Socialist Party will be celebrating its 20th anniversary in June. Expresses the hope that EVD is freed by then.
Letter to EVD, signed by Coleman, George A. Coleman, and Eugene Franklin Coleman, 7/10/21. Mentions that on the Fourth of July she and her family took a boat ride on the Ohio River, an event which was sponsored by the Allegheny County local of the Socialist Party. Tells EVD that James Mauer went on the boat ride, too. Says that she was a delegate to the Detroit, Michigan convention of the Socialist Party. Remarks that she is displeased with the stand the socialist Party has taken on international relations.

Collier. N. A.: Letter from TD, 1/15/43. Asks that Collier contact him in regard to making his payments on his rent. Says that now that he is employed in the defense plants this should not be a problem.

Collins, W. Penn: Letter to EVD, 3/8/21. Writes that he has heard that EVD has been ordered into confinement. Says that the Constitution is a "thing of the past." Thinks that it is time for the proletariat to establish a new form of government. Expresses the hope that EVD will soon be released.

Common, Russell: Untitled poems, 10/12/20.
Note to EVD, 11/15/21. Tells EVD that he must read a book called "The Jews" by James K. Hosmer if he wants to know the cause of World War I. Says that if EVD wants to get out of jail he must write President Harding a letter telling him EVD wants to join the "International Moronic Cooties Union of the World."
Untitled poem to EVD, 11/16/21.

Conklin, Darius B.: Letter to Samuel M. Castleton, 6/9/45. Tells Castleton that he has permission to use any of his materials for a biography of EVD. Says that he helped McAlister Coleman with his biography of EVD. Mentions that he does not know if McAlister Colman ever finished it. Says that EVD should never have been incarcerated but that he was betrayed by a "gang of unscrupulous shysters lawyers possessing no more senses than jack asses," including Seymour Stedman. Writes that he cannot believe that Seymour Stedman let EVD give the closing statement at his trial. Mentions that he remembers when in the winter of 1920 Woodrow Wilson's wife begged her husband to grant clemency to EVD. Tells Castleton that EVD's trip to Washington was due to the efforts of Tom Watson. Mentions that a letter he wrote to a friend of his was recently confiscated by the FBI.
Letter from Charles Staff, 12/27/45. Writes that Conklin has made an exhaustive study of historical events. Remarks that he thinks that Conklin's conclusions are sound. Tells Conklin that people should protest every chance they get to prevent another war from occurring.
Letter to Charles Staff, 1/1/46. Writes that he has done more towards EVD's and TD's welfare "than many of their closest acquaintences." Says that EVD should never have been incarcerated but that he was betrayed by a "gang of unscrupulous shysters lawyers possessing no more senses than jack asses," including Seymour Stedman. Writes that he cannot believe that Seymour Stedman let EVD give the closing statement at his trial. Mentions that he remembers when in the winter of 1920 Woodrow Wilson's wife begged her husband to grant clemency to EVD. Tells Castleton that EVD's trip to Washington was due to the efforts of Tom Watson. Mentions that a letter he wrote to a friend of his was recently confiscated by the FBI.
Letter to TD, 1/5/46. Asks that TD tell him if he knows anything about Samuel M. Castleton.
Letter to Charles Staff, 12/25/49. Says that he agrees with the suggestion that Staff made in the VOICE OF THE PEOPLE in terms of abolishing the causes of war. Writes that Congress should appoint a committee of historians and psychiatrists to expose propaganda. Tells Staff that World War I was fought to stop the German financiers from getting their hands on the British controlled Suez Canal. Remarks that the Civil War was not fought over the "Negro Question" but whether or not America would become a "Monarchy."
Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, n.d. Writes that TD gave sole use of EVD's papers to Irving Stone.

Conner, J. McArthur: Letter to EVD, 3/28/17. Says that EVD's article will appear in the CANADIAN FOREWARD on 4/24/17 in a special edition devoted to international socialism. Mentions that a convention will be held in Canada by "Socialist Parties, Labor Parties, Trade Unions, Fabians, Co-Operators and Farmers Organisations" to form a labor party along the lines of the British. Mentions that Comrade Bainbridge's conviction was overturned by the Supreme High Court.

"Convict 10057": Note to EVD, n.d. Tells EVD that he is giving him a bottle of malted milk to help him through his illness. Says that he has been saving it for an emergency. Writes that there is only one condition connected to the gift and that is that EVD uses it himself and does not try to "feed the entire hospital." Includes a note from EVD telling TD that this type of kindness "means more among convicts than anywhere else on earth." Assures TD that he has been feeling "better than at any time since I've been here."

Cook, Walter M.: Telegram to EVD, 5/13/20. Notifies EVD that he has been nominated by the Socialist Party to run for President of the United States in 1920 by a unanimous vote. Also tells EVD that Seymour Stedman will be his running mate.
Photocopy of telegram to TD, 5/13/20. Says that EVD was nominated for President with Seymour Stedman as his running mate. Writes that after the nomination there was more than an hour's worth of applause, "a demonstration unparrelled [sic] in the history of party conventions."

Cooke, Edmund Vance: Letter to TD, 2/14/20. Asks that TD send him a copy of EVD's speech before the court.
Poem titled "Eugene," n.d.

Cooke, Eva Bruce: Letter to EVD, 11/5/21. Says that she is sending EVD greetings on his birthday with the hope that all political prisoners will soon be freed.

Coons, Julia C.: Letter to EVD, 11/11/20. Says that she saw some lines in the ONE BIG UNION MONTHLY by Covington Ami which she thought EVD might appreciate. Tells EVD that she has been anxious to see the Socialist Party's election results. Mentions that she has just subscribed to the NEW DAY. Says that she sent copies of THE DAY OUT to several voters along with a pamphlet called "To the Women of America." Also says that she mailed out her back copies of the APPEAL TO REASON and the SOCIALIST WORLD.
Poem titled "Truth", n.d.
Poem titled "The Writers for Mammon" by Covington Ami, n.d.

Cooper, Andrew G.: Telegram to EVD, signed by Cooper, John M. Levitt, and Carl Parsons, 11/15/21. Says that they are sending EVD greetings on behalf of the World War Veterans. Tells EVD that they "respect your views and courage." Remarks that they endorse the release of all political prisoners. Includes an article dated 8/29/25 titled "Socialists Greeted by Debs in Chicago."
Letter from TD, 11/25/21. Says that EVD appreciated the sentiments expressed in the World War Veteran's "inspiring telegram."

Cooper, John T.: Letter to EVD, 3/7/20. Says that he is sending EVD greetings on behalf of himself, Kate Richards O'Hare, John Kenneth Turner, and Walter Thomas Mills.
Letter to EVD, 11/1/20. Says that by the time EVD gets his letter a Republican would have been elected President. Expresses the hope that the new President will free all political prisoners. Writes that the Socialist Party will poll over one million votes.
Letter to EVD, 12/21/20. States that EVD's teachings are just like those of the "Nazerine Carpenter's," Jesus Christ. Tells EVD that he does not think he will be released before the new President takes office.
Letter to EVD, 11/4/21. Says that he is writing to send EVD birthday greetings.

Cooper, Marguerite Debs: Letter to Marguerite Bettrich Debs, 7/10/02. Says that she wants to thank "grandma" for the two dollars she sent her. Says that she will put it in the bank and when she gets older she will buy a piano with it.
Letter to Marguerite Bettrich Debs, 10/?/02. Tells "grandma" that TD is working at a factory and Gertrude Debs is cleaning houses. Says that TD makes the best mustard.
Letter to Marie Debs Heinl, 8/22/03. Says that she appreciated the doll and beads Marie Debs Heinl sent her.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 3/21/05. Says that he is sending his greetings and love.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 6/9/05. Says that he is sending his greetings from Canton, Ohio on a William McKinley memorial postcard.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 8/8/05. Says that he is sending his greetings from Dixon, Illinois.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 9/8/05. Says that he is sending his greetings from Louisiville, Kentucky on a Henry Clay monument postcard.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 9/24/05. Says that he is sending his greetings from Cleveland, Ohio.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 10/11/05. Says that he is sending his greetings from Atchison, Kansas.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 1/22/06. Says that he is sending his greetings from Ashville, North Carolina on a Biltmore House postcard.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 1/23/06. Says that he is sending his greetings from Salisbury, North Carolina.
Photocopy of postcard from Katherine Debs, 7/30/06. Says that she is sending her greetings from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Photocopy of postcard from "Meda," 8/16/07. Says that she is sending his greetings from New York, New York.
Postcard from EVD, 10/24/07. Writes that he loves Marguerite Debs Cooper.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, ?/?/07. Says that he is sending his greetings from Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 7/?/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from St. Louis, Missouri.
Photocopy of postcard from Katherine Debs, 7/?/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from French Lick, Indiana.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 8/31/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Davenport, Iowa.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/2/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Creston, Iowa.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/3/08. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that he is on his way to Omaha, Nebraska. Says that last night's meeting reached a new attendence record with ten thousand paid admissions.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/5/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Leadville, Colorado.
Letter from TD on Socialist Party Red Special letterhead, 9/6/08. Writes that the Coliseum in Denver, Colorado "was like a sweatbox in a bath house." Says that the Red Special is now in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Mentions that he and EVD have taken advantage of the cave baths there. Says that he has seen several friends of the family, including a little girl named Fitzpatrick, Elsie Ermisch's father, and Mrs. Power. Remarks that handling the Red Special's correspondence takes most of his time.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/10/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from San Diego, California.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/12/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from San Francisco, California on a San Francisco, California City Hall postcard.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 9/12/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from San Francisco, California.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/13/08. Says that he is en route to Sacramento, California.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/14/08. Says that he has just arrived in Portland, Oregon.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/14/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Portland, Oregon.
Letter from TD on Socialist Party Red Special letterhead, 9/14/08. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that "you could eat fruit of all kinds to your heart's content" in California. Writes that it would do Cooper some good to see all the "socialist girls" that come to meet the train.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/24/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/28/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from South Bend, Indiana.
Letter from TD on Socialist Party Red Special letterhead, 9/29/08. Says that he appreciated Marguerite Debs Cooper's letters. Mentions that he and EVD dropped their laundry off in Toledo, Ohio to be cleaned. Says that it will be shipped to Buffalo, New York where they will pick it up. Asks that Cooper send a letter to Howard M. Jones telling him that the Standard Publishing Company has sold its books and plates to the APPEAL TO REASON and Charles H. Kerr, and Company.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 9/20/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Cleveland, Ohio.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 10/1/08. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that he is in "fine health."
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 10/3/08. Says that EVD had a "great crowd" at the Rochester, New York meeting.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 10/6/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Concord, New Hampshire.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 10/7/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Providence, Rhode Island.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 10/7/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 10/10/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Trenton, New Jersey.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 10/17/08. Says that he is sending his greetings from Trenton, New Jersey.
Letter from TD on Socialist Party National Headquarters letterhead, 10/17/08. Mentions that the Red Special made a stop at Harper's Ferry where EVD paid a special tribute to John Brown.
Letter from TD on Socialist Party National Headquarters letterhead, 10/19/08. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that the meetings in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania were a success. Writes that the rumor that EVD is "sick and weak" is untrue. Tell Marguerite Debs Cooper that he will be returning home in two weeks.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 10/24/08. Says that he has had several strenuous days.
Letter from TD on Socialist Party National Headquarters letterhead, 10/29/08. Says that he will see Marguerite Debs Cooper in Danville, Illinois and she will help finish the trip on the Red Special to Terre Haute, Indiana.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 10/30/08. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that Woodstock Prison was EVD's "former boarding house."
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 10/?/08. Says that he is sending his greetings to Marguerite Debs Cooper from Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 11/11/08. Says that he is writing to send his love to Marguerite Debs Cooper and her family.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, ?/?/08. Says that he is sending greetings from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Incomplete letter from EVD on Socialist Party Red Special letterhead, ?/?/08. Says that the Red Special is a "great success." Mentions that at the San Diego, California meeting there was an audience of 15,000, "the biggest in the history of the city."
Photocopy of postcard from "Ann," 2/2/09. Says that he is sending Marguerite Debs Cooper greetings from Chicago, Illinois.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 7/21/09. Writes that he wished that Marguerite Debs Cooper was with him at the "Socialist Encampment."
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 8/2/09. Says that he is sending his greetings from Clinton, Oklahoma.
Letter from TD on Hotel Holton, Everett, Washington letterhead, 9/1/12. Says that he wished that Marguerite Debs Cooper could see all the "socialist girls here with red ribbons and sashes." Writes that Everett, Washington is a beautiful city. Includes an envelope from the 1912 election with the line, "In this campaign there are but two parties and but one issue."
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 10/27/09. Writes that he is sending Marguerite Debs Cooper his greetings from Worcester, Massachusetts.
Photocopy of postcard from EVD, 10/29/09. Says that he is sending Marguerite Debs Cooper his greetings from Boston, Massachusetts.
Postcard from EVD, 3/24/11. Says that he is sending Marguerite Debs Cooper greetings from Columbia, South Carolina on a postcard with the First Baptist Church on it, the place where the Ordinance of Secession was passed.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 8/27/12. Sends greetings from Fergus Falls, Michigan on a postcard with several gentlemen including TD and EVD riding in a car on the front.
Letter from TD on San Francisco Overland Limited stationery, 9/3/12. Says that it has rained every day since he left Butte, Montana. Remarks that the rain has not affected the turn out at the meetings.
Letter from TD on Colonial Annex Hotel Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania stationery, 10/8/12. Says that Paterson, New Jersey "produces more silk any other city in the world." Writes that the Paterson, New Jersey silk workers are a "fine lot of revolutionists."
Letter from TD on Sinton Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio stationery, 10/27/12. Asks that Marguerite Debs Cooper call James O'Neal and tell him that he and EVD do not want the box seats reserved from them at the meeting, but seats on the floor of the auditorium.
Photocopy of postcard from TD, 11/2/12. Says that he is writing Marguerite Debs Cooper from the Robert Ingersoll monument in Peoria, Illinois.
Letter from EVD on Park Hotel Estes, Colorado stationery, 11/1/13. Says that he appreciated the "cakelets" Marguerite Debs Cooper sent.
Letter from EVD, 11/3/13. Says that everyone who has had her cakelets have enjoyed them fully.
Letter from TD on Busby Hotel, McAlester, Oklahoma stationery, 2/28/14. Says that he and EVD were met in the depot by a "great crowd of comrades who assure us that they will have the greatest socialist meeting" ever held in McAlester, Oklahoma.
Letter from TD on Hotel Cunningham, Hudson Falls, New York stationery, 5/23/14. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that there is an "absolute need" for education. Mentions that the "plutes summer" in Saratoga Springs, New York.
Letter from TD on Sir William Johnson Hotel, Johnston, New York letterhead, ?/?/14. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that Johnstown, New York is one of the "most historical in all the United States." Says that the last battle of the War for Independence was fought here as well as the place where Sir William Johnson signed treaties with "six great Indian tribes that made for peace."
Postcard from EVD, 8/20/17. Says that he is writing to send Marguerite Debs Cooper greetings from the sanitarium in Boulder, Colorado.
Letter from EVD, 5/27/19. Says that he appreciated the box of baked goods that Marguerite Debs Cooper sent. Expresses the hope that she has a happy birthday. Says that Katherine Debs loves Marguerite Debs Cooper dearly.
Letter from TD on Grand Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio stationery, 1/2/20. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that he and Gertrude Debs are proud of her and wish her all the luck in her career as a teacher.
Letter from TD, 2/5/21. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that she will be able to find another cook in Muncie, Indiana.
Letter from TD, 3/18/21. Informs Marguerite Debs Cooper that he spent two days fixing the bus so that it will be in working order by the time she gets into town. Mentions that President Warren Harding instructed Attorney General Harry Daugherty to look into EVD's case. Tells her that she must see Charlie Chaplin's THE KID when it comes to Muncie, Indiana. Says that he has seen it twice. Mentions that THE KID is "far superior" than anything else Charlie Chaplin has done.
Letter from TD, 4/10/21. Says that EVD appreciated the Easter greetings Marguerite Debs Cooper sent to the prison. Expresses the hope that Cooper likes her new duties at the school. Advises Cooper that "one must have general knowledge of things generally; and this can only be acquired through the reading of good books. Not only this, but reading along other lines is restful to the mind." Mentions that he and Gertrude Debs recently went dancing in West Terre Haute, Indiana.
Letter from TD, 5/26/21. Says that he is writing to send Marguerite Debs Cooper his birthday greetings.
Telegram from TD, 12/24/21. Says that he is writing to sends Christmas greetings to Marguerite Debs Cooper and Gertrude Debs.
Letter from TD, 8/28/23. Expresses the hope that Marguerite Debs Cooper enjoys her trip to Europe. Mentions that his sister Emily Debs Mailloux had been to Europe several time. Tells her that it should not be difficult for her to meet Jean Lonquet, the grandson of Karl Marx. Says that Jean Lonquet now publishes a paper called LE POPULAIRE. Mentions that Jean Lonquet once sat in on the French Congress.
Letter from EVD, 11/6/23. Says that he appreciated the birthday greetings she sent him.
Letter from TD, 1/12/24. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that he and Gertrude Debs saw THE FOOL, the "greatest play" he had seen since THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE several years before. Says that the play depicted the "class-struggle in a manner rarely given to the public either on the stage or in the press." Mentions that gas prices are up to two cents a gallon which he sees as benefiting the Standard Oil Company at the expense of the people's pocketbooks.
Letter from TD, 11/12/24. Says that one of Marguerite Debs Cooper's friends, Sara, said that she was going to visit TD and Gertrude Debs, but never came. Asks that Cooper find out from Sara what happened. Mentions that he attended a dinner hosted by Mr. De Baun.
Letter from TD, 5/25/25. Says that he is writing to send birthday greetings to Marguerite Debs Cooper.
Letter from TD, 5/25/25. Contains same text as other letter dated 5/25/25.
Letter from TD, 6/9/25. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that she should take it easy in this hot weather, watch her diet, and drink plenty of water.
Letter from TD on Hotel Commodore Los Angeles, California letterhead, 7/28/25. Asks that Marguerite Debs Cooper take a class on "dietetics" while at Columbia. Tells her that he has been feeling "amidship" lately due to his diet. Says that "I rather suspect that the banquets we have had to attend along with the invitations to private parties for dinners and lunches, and the indiscriminate mixing of fried chicken, strawberries, ice cream and numerous other luxuries might have something to do with the matter." Mentions that EVD's meeting at the Hollywood Bowl and how he and EVD missed the opportunity to see Lizzie Keliher because of the great crowd.
Letter from TD, 8/19/25. Says that he appreciated Marguerite Debs Cooper remembrance of his birthday.
Incomplete letter from TD, 11/30/25. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that he is glad she is coming home for Christmas. Says that he misses her now that she is attending Columbia.
Letter from TD, 4/20/26. Says that Marguerite Debs Cooper's last few weeks at Columbia will pass quickly. Mentions that he is having his house painted. States that EVD and Katherine Debs will be New York City, New York in a few days but that they will not stay long in New York City, New York because of EVD's May 1st engagement in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Telegram to TD, 10/20/26. Says that she is making her way to Elmhurst, Illinois and tells TD not to meet her.
Letter from TD, 5/25/27. Says that he is writing to send birthday greetings to Marguerite Debs Cooper.
Letter from TD, 8/28/28. Says that he appreciated Marguerite Debs Cooper's remembrance of his birthday.
Letter from TD, 5/23/29. Says that he is writing to send birthday greetings to Marguerite Debs Cooper.
Letter from TD, 8/28/31. Says that he appreciated Marguerite Debs Cooper's remembrance of his birthday.
Letter from TD, 5/29/42. Says that he is writing to send birthday greetings to Marguerite Debs Cooper. Includes a letter from Myrl Wilkinson which explains that TD's birthday greeting was discovered in Marguerite Debs Cooper's safe deposit box when it was opened after her death. Mentions that Cooper died on 12/27/87 and that she had forbidden an obituary and a funeral.
Certificate from the Eugene V. Debs Foundation, 4/17/62. Certifies that Marguerite Debs Cooper is a charter and voting member of the Eugene V. Debs Foundation.
Card from TD, 2/14/?. Says that he is writing to send Marguerite Debs Cooper his Valentine's Day.
Card from TD, 2/14/?. Says that he is writing to send Marguerite Debs Cooper his Valentine's Day greetings.
Letter from EVD on APPEAL TO REASON letterhead, 2/18/?. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that he received her "fine letter." Says that her letter made him realize that she is no longer a "little girlie" but now a young lady.
Letter from EVD, 11/5/?. Writes that he appreciated the roses Marguerite Debs Cooper sent in honor of his birthday.
Note from EVD, n.d. Expresses the hope that Marguerite Debs Cooper has a "Joyous Christmas and a Happy New Year."
Note from EVD, n.d. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that the movie and the chocolates will be on him.
Note from EVD, n.d. Says that Marguerite Debs Cooper should "go to the movies, eat a few chocolates, and don't work too hard."
Note from EVD, n.d. Says that he is sorry that he missed Marguerite Debs Cooper. Writes that he will see her when he gets back. Mentions that he is enclosing some change to help give her a "great start" in the "big city."
Note from EVD, n.d. Says that he is writing to send his Christmas greetings to Marguerite Debs Cooper.
Photocopy of postcard from Gertrude Debs, n.d. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that her train is due to arrive at 5:10.
Note to TD, n.d. Tells "papa" to "come home soon."
Note to the Eugene V. Debs Foundation, n.d. Says that TD had nothing to with the materials EVD sent to the Rand School. Mentions that TD did request, however, that upon his death all of EVD's scrapbooks should be given to the Rand School.
Note to the Eugene V. Debs Foundation, n.d. States that Irving Stone's stenographer removed the notes between EVD and TD attached to EVD's prison correspondence and never put them back in their right place.

Copas, Daniel M.: Letter to EVD on Postal Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia letterhead, 10/19/21. Tells EVD that he went to the prison today to visit him but that the warden told him that EVD's visitation period had expired. States that he left oranges, nuts, and pound cake for EVD and hopes that he get them. Expresses the hope that EVD is soon released.

Copeland, William: Letter to EVD, 1/25/13. Writes that he was a fellow member of the Indiana House of Representatives with EVD in 1885. Remarks that he was a supporter EVD's legislation to protect the interests of labor and children. Says that he would like to offer his legal services free of charge to EVD to help EVD fight the indictment placed against him by the federal government in Kansas City, Kansas.

Cordray, C. H. SEE Howat, Alex

Cornelison, M. K.: Letter to EVD, 7/24/21. Writes that he wanted to send EVD a melon but that the expense was too high. Mentions that he has been a socialist for twenty years.
Note from EVD to TD, n.d. Asks that TD write Cornelison and say that he is glad he did not send the melon because Cornelison's "good will and loving kindness is worth more than car load of melons."

Cornell, Frederic: Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper, 12/10/61. Informs Marguerite Debs Cooper that the voice on the recording he had her listen to at the Tamiment Institute was not that of EVD, but that of Len Spencer. Says that he discovered this fact when he was going through copies WILSHIRE'S MAGAZINE. Mentions that he met EVD as a boy meeting in 1924.

Corson, Cora Youngblood: Letter from TD, 9/5/17. Writes that he appreciates Corson's work on behalf of political prisoners. Says that he is happy that Corson has offered to help Tom Mooney and his associates. Suggests that Corson meet with Robert Minor, a man who could he of help to her in her work.
Telegram to TD, 10/3/17. Says that upon arriving in Rochester, New York she discovered that the "Book Trust" ordered her work to be cancelled. Asks that TD do anything he can to help her.

Costantino, Josephine M.: Letter to Robert D. Heinl, 1/12/43. Says that she wants Heinl to help her with her biography about EVD by sharing his "vivid recollections." Says that she is writing him upon the recommendation of Theodore Dreiser.
Letter to TD, 8/30/43. Asks that TD help her with her biography of EVD. Tells TD that she wants his help in answering some questions about the Red Special, the vote by the American Railway Union to assist the Pullman strikers, EVD's interview with President Warren Harding, and how Moses Dykaar came to make a bust of EVD.
Letter to Robert D. Heinl, 4/30/43. Tells Heinl that Everett Sanders was a great help to her in understanding EVD's 1916 campaign for Congress. Also mentions that she received help from Claude Bowers who wrote her a long "testimonial" unlike the "scientist and the poet" who turned her away. Includes a note from Robert D. Heinl to TD saying that Carl Sandburg informed Heinl that "to answer her questions [it] would take some days, even weeks."
Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper, 8/30/43. Asks that Marguerite Debs Cooper's help her with her biography of EVD.

Cottrell, Victor May: Letter to EVD, 3/28/21. Says that she is a ten year old school girl wishing that she could take the place of EVD in prison because EVD is "the children's best living friend." Expresses the hope that Warren Harding will soon release EVD.
Letter to TD on South Carolina Ancona Club letterhead, 5/2/21. Tells TD that she hopes that EVD has enjoyed all the flowers she has sent him. Says that she is writing Warren Harding to ask for EVD's release. Also mentions that she will continue writing EVD until he is freed.
Letter to EVD, 5/?/21. Writes that she had a discussion with her teacher about EVD. Says that her teacher thinks that she should be very proud of her namesake.
Note from EVD to TD, n.d. Writes that Cottrell's situation with her teacher is much different than Hattie Norris'. Also mentions that Cottrell must not send him so many things. Says that she sent a cake and flowers with her last letter.
Letter to EVD on South Carolina Ancona Club letterhead, 4/19/21. Expresses the hope that EVD will be released in the next few days.

Coudrey, P. SEE Bradley, Charles

Coutts, Davis: Telegram to EVD, 4/14/20. Says that he is sending greetings to EVD on behalf of the Omaha, Nebraska branch of the American Freedom Foundation.

Coves, Alex: Telegram to EVD, 4/1/18. Asks that EVD participate in the Amalgamated Clothing Workers' May Day celebration to be held in Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York.

Coyle, Albert: Letter to EVD on BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS JOURNAL letterhead, 4/10/23. Writes that he is going to show his appreciation for EVD's article "How Morse Got Out of Jail" by sending him future issues of the JOURNAL at no cost. Says that the JOURNAL contains articles written by "the outstanding progressive leaders of American thought and action." Asks that EVD write him at any time with "matters of public interest" to be published in the JOURNAL.
Letter to TD on BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS LETTERHEAD, 10/24/24. Says that he would be happy to send TD ten copies of the October issue of the JOURNAL at no cost.

Crane-Gartz, Kate SEE ALSO Holmes, John Haynes

Crane-Gartz, Kate: Letter to EVD on Cloister, Altadena, California stationery, 2/25/21. Writes that she appreciated the inscription he wrote to her in Ruth Le Prade's DEBS AND THE POETS he signed. Says that she feels proud to have the very first copy of DEBS AND THE POETS but writes that she does not deserve the honor because all she contributed was money as opposed to the hard work put in by Ruth Le Prade and Upton Sinclair.
Telegram to TD, 6/1/24. Writes that she is concerned over the state of EVD's health.
Letter to the President of the Federation of Indiana, 6/5/24. Says that she censures the Federation of Indiana for omitting EVD from its list of celebrities that the state of Indiana has produced. Says that James Whitcomb Riley certainly appreciated EVD's "great human heart," someone whom the organization did not fail to mention.
Letter to TD on Cloister, Altadena, California letterhead, 6/7/24. Mentions that she has been reading about John Haynes Holmes' account of his visit with EVD. Writes that she thinks that it should be read by all of EVD's "persecutors."
Telegram to Katherine Debs, 10/21/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.
Letter from TD, 2/7/27. Says that he is beginning to find his way in a "changed situation." Says that he appreciated the way that Crane-Gartz was thinking of he and his wife, Gertrude Debs. Also say that he appreciated the letter she enclosed from John Haynes Holmes.
Letter from TD, 4/27/28. Writes that he appreciated the three inscribed volumes containing her "courageous letters of protest."
Letter from TD, 12/10/28. Says that the he was gratified by the results of the recent election. Acknowledges that "it was not all that was desired, so far as the Socialist Party was concerned, but the vote is highly encouraging considering the demoralized and disorganized state of the party."
Note to TD, 3/3/29. Sends greetings to TD from the jungle.
Letter from TD, 1/4/31. Says that he appreciated the inscribed copy of her volume STILL MORE LETTERS.
Letter from TD, 1/1/34. Writes that he appreciated the copy of Upton Sinclair's I, GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA. Mentions that he heard the rumor that Sinclair is going to enter the Democratic primary as a candidate for the gubernatorial nomination. Says that he could never follow Sinclair into the Democratic Party even though he has been an admirer of Upton Sinclair for years.
Letter to TD, 2/15/34. Tells TD that Upton Sinclair has not turned into a Democrat but rather the Democrats are turning towards socialism. Says that Sinclair thinks he has a better chance "to put over" socialist ideas in a "larger field." Remarks that she has a great interest in Utpon End Poverty in California campaign. Asks that TD tell her about EVD's drinking habits.
Photocopy of letter from TD, 2/24/34. Writes that Frank Roderus died while visiting he and Gertrude Debs. Says that everywhere in the world the "cauldrons of war seethe and bubble furiously." Tells Crane-Gartz that he thinks that Upton Sinclair will meet with disappointment in his campaign. Mentions that EVD was not a prohibitionist but that he would drink "nothing stronger than water for weeks and months at a time."
Photocopy of letter from TD, 1/2/36. Writes that he is critical of Franklin Roosevelt for his "shilly-shallying, shifting, from right to left and back again." Tells Kate Crane-Gartz that Roosevelt's appointment of men "whose reputations reek with corruption, have added nothing to the integrity of his administration." Informs Crane-Gartz that he cannot believe Roosevelt's "staggering appropriations" for military purposes. Thinks that Roosevelt is as "one with the Capitalist class."
Letter from TD, 8/13/41. Writes that he appreciated the copy of her book REALISTIC RHYTHMS that she sent. Says that he has not been able to read it because he is having trouble with his eyes.
Card to TD, 12/18/43. Sends a copy of Alfred Noyes' poem "A Victory Dance."
Card to TD, 1/1/43. Asks that TD tell her if he received a copy of her latest book of poems. Sends Christmas greetings to him and his family.
Letter from TD, 2/24/44. Tells Kate Crane-Gartz that "out of every war there comes an outstanding poem." Mentions that Alfred Noyes recently gave an address at Saint Mary of the Woods College, five miles out of Terre Haute, Indiana.
Letter from TD, 3/2/45. Mentions that he inability to write Ruth Le Prade. Says that the "horrors of this war can never and will never be told" and he hopes that it will soon be over.
Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 3/27/45. Says that she is enclosing some pictures. Writes that the photo shops are "the rankest of rackets" because of the war. Says that a boy from the neighborhood has returned to Terre Haute, Indiana after escaping from a German prison camp where he spent almost three years. Mentions that the boy was a graduate of Rose-Hulman Polytechnic. Expresses the hope that Ruth Le Prade has heard from her son Eugene.
Card to TD, 3/31/45. Writes that she appreciated the letter and pictures that TD sent. Says that she is enclosing a note from Ruth Le Prade.
Card to Gertrude Debs and Marguerite Debs Cooper, 12/25/45. Writes that if she was governor she would establish a co-operative system, outlaw war, promote state insurance policies, advocate work or wages and mother's pensions, make birth control available, provide old-age security, insure an adequate pension for teachers, turn prisons into centers of learning, promote socialized hospitals, put the single tax into effect with tax exemptions for farmers and widow's, and insure that political and class war prisoners are no more.
Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 2/24/46. Writes that she appreciated Crane-Gartz's Christmas greetings. Expresses the wish that "out of this unrest and confusion would come a world in which men and women could live in contentment and happiness."
Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 1/?/47. Says that she thanks Crane-Gartz for her book MY PHILOSOPHY. Mentions that she received a note from Ruth Le Prade.
Postcard to TD, 2/24/?. Sends greetings from Bangkok, China.
Note to TD, 12/21/?. Mentions that Ruth Le Prade's son, Eugene, is now in the war.
Note to TD, 12/24/?. Asks that TD tell her what he thinks about Franklin Roosevelt. Assures TD that she is "going left farther and faster."
Note to TD, n.d. Asks TD to read an enclosed article from the PASADENA POST.
Copy of inscription from TD, n.d. Writes that he thanks Kate Crane-Gartz for her friendship and for all that she has done for the "struggle."
Copy of inscription from TD, n.d. Writes that the volume from "the now silent pen" of EVD is being presented to Kate Crane-Gartz with "deep and lasting affection."

Craven, Mrs. Susan M. J. SEE Scarborough, W. B. AND Ryckman, I. H.

Crawford, Mary Sinclair: Letter to EVD and Katherine Debs on University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California letterhead, 4/14/26. Says that it has been a long time since she has enjoyed their hospitality. Tells them that she has become the Dean of Women at the University of Southern California. Mentions that EVD might be interested in a letter published in the University of Southern California's newspaper, the DAILY TROJAN, which she is sending under a separate cover. Writes that she thinks that such a letter will make EVD "feel very happy in having made so deep an impression on the young people of this country."

Crawford, Ruth: Letter to TD, 8/27/26. Asks that TD give her permission to use a story written by her and Blanche Watson with references to some of EVD's own sayings.
Letter to TD, 10/25/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.
Letter to TD, 7/7/27. Informs TD that the INDIANAPOLIS STAR has agreed to publish her article on him. Mentions that she received a great deal of help on her writing from Claude Bowers. Tells TD that Mr. Hossain has been helpful, too. Writes that she is going to send TD a copy of Hossain's magazine THE NEW ORIENT. Mentions that she had a meeting with a Mexican comrade, Vasconcelos, who is also an admirer of TD's.

Creviston, Russell: Letter to EVD on American Legion National Headquarters letterhead, 1/19/25. Tells EVD that he cannot answer all of his questions about the American Legion but that he can tell EVD the membership of the American Legion was 638,501 at the end of 1924.

Crider, Dan C., Jr.: Letter to EVD, 11/25/20. Informs EVD that he read EVD's article in the NEW DAY and it was "about all I had to be thankful for." Says that he is a twelve year old socialist. Mentions that his father, Dan C. Crider, Sr. has been a socialist speaker for over twenty years.

Crosswaith, Frank R.: Letter to EVD, 7/15/26. Expresses the hope that EVD is in the best of health. Says that he will write at more length later.

Crouch-Hazlett, Ida: Song titled "Marching from Georgia," n.d.
Song titled "Debs's Soul Goes Marching On," n.d.
Song titled "Debs Marching Song," n.d.
Song titled "Vote it Down," n.d.

Culla, Arturo: Letter to Socialist Party headquarters, n.d. Sends condolences on EVD's death on behalf of the Italian comrades of New England.

Cullen, Tom: Letter to EVD, 9/19/21. Informs EVD that he wrote a letter to the editor of the CONNEAUT NEWS-HERALD . Includes a copy of the letter to the editor of the CONNEAUT NEWS-HERALD requesting that he publish Genevieve Bennett Clark's article from the NEW REPUBLIC. Says that Genevieve Bennett Clark's article describes how she told Warren Harding, upon him asking her if there was anything he could do in her time of bereavement, to free EVD.

Cullum, W. B.: Letter to EVD, 7/28/12. Tells EVD that he is disappointed in the stand EVD has taken in regard to J. Mahlon Barnes matter. Says that even "Paul once stoned an apostle." Thinks that this "Christian element" is disrupting the Socialist Party. Also thinks that the likes of Charles Kerr and William Haywood are disrupting the Socialist Party.
Letter from EVD, 7/29/12. Says that the protest against Barnes is not limited to the Christian socialist element and that he has "nothing to regret" in the position he has taken.

Cunnea, William A., et al.: Letter to EVD, 6/11/12, signed by Cunnea, E. M. Winston, and B. M. Mahon. States that they protest the naming of J. Mahlon Barnes as EVD's campaign manager because of the charges brought up against him two years before by Mother Jones, Miss Flaherty, and James H. Brower. Writes that the charges brought before the National Executive Committee gave testament to Barnes' immorality, excessive drinking, and neglect of party business. Asks that EVD join in their protest against J Mahlon Barnes because they see his behavior as a handicap to EVD's campaign and the Socialist Party as a whole.
Note to EVD, n.d. Says that he is writing to send his best wishes to EVD.

Curry, Harriet: Letter to EVD, 8/4/21. Says that her mother Mabel Dunlap Curry told her to call EVD by his first name. Writes that she thought it was disrespectful at first until she realized that she would not call Jesus Mr. Jesus if she met him. Mentions that she had a dream where she, EVD, and Wrisley escaped from prison. Says that she hopes that "Freud would think that meant you would be with us soon."
Letter from EVD, 10/27/?. Says that he is sorry to hear of Wrisley's illness and assures her that Wrisley will get better again thanks to "modern healing science."

Curry, Mabel Dunlap: Letter from EVD, 7/31/20. Writes that he is sending Mabel Dunlap Curry his own personal "Official Report of the Physical Condition of Convict No. 9653," signed with the pseudonym Uneeda Pill, M.D.
Letter to the Editor of the TERRE HAUTE TRIBUNE, 4/16/21. Says that in publishing Frank Crane's series of article about responses to EVD's imprisonment that the TERRE HAUTE TRIBUNE neglected to publish the third article in the series. Writes that this particular article needs to be published because it takes the position that President Warren Harding should release EVD from prison. Tells the editor that she is enclosing Crane's third article so that he can publish it to save Frank Crane's reputation.
Letter from EVD, 6/14/21. Says that Harriet Curry came to visit him. Tells Mabel Dunlap Curry that he wished that she was with Harriet Curry.
Letter to TD, 11/12/26. Remarks that EVD's will has created quite a controversy. Says that EVD told her he was leaving his house to the Socialist Party.
Letter to TD, 1/30/45. Writes that Harriet Curry is spending most of her time as a "Gray Lady" at the Gardiner General Hospital. Tells TD that Lizzie Hatfield suggested a "sex strike" back in the "Suffrage Days." Writes that she received a letter from Rella Ritchell and a visit from Mary Moran. Says that she would like to have "one more fling" with TD and Gertrude Debs before she passes on.
Letter from TD, 2/17/45. Says that his health has been wretched for a year or more. Mentions that Ada Caton visited he and Gertrude Debs, telling them that Eliza Caton was committed to the insane asylum after abusing and threatening to kill Ada Caton.
Letter to TD, 4/13/45. Writes that the Baur family had to sell their house for taxes. Mentions that Grace Keller wrote her and said that if a biographer of EVD made Katherine Debs his "dear helpmate" she would "die of spiritual nausea." Expresses the hope that Irving Stone does not turn Katherine Debs into EVD's helpmate in his book.
Telegram to Gertrude Debs, 4/14/45. Sends condolences on the TD's death.
Letter to Gertrude Debs and Marguerite Debs Cooper, 4/14/45. Expresses the hope that TD did not suffer much in the end. Says that TD was as "great a man as his illustrious brother" and that TD's "modesty prevented the world from knowing it."
Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 6/17/45. Writes that she appreciated Mabel Dunlap Curry's letter of condolence. Remarks that TD never received her last letter.
Letter to Gertrude Debs and Marguerite Debs Cooper, 3/14/46. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that she took a trip to Florida. Mentions that Nannie Howe is not doing well at all and that Grace Keller visits her regularly.
Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 11/24/46. Says that Ada Caton has moved back to Terre Haute, Indiana after living with Hortense and her husband, Fred, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Also mentions that Eliza Caton has passed on. Writes that Irving Stone is making a great deal of progress on his book about EVD. Says that the Baur family is worried about what Irving Stone will say about Katherine Debs.
Letter to TD, 11/8/?. Writes that she received a copy of the letter TD wrote to Katherine Debs after EVD's death regarding his will. Says that she is glad that she was not the "recipient of this masterpiece."
Letter from TD, n.d. Sends condolences on the death of Mabel Dunlap Curry's husband Charles Curry.
Letter to TD, n.d. Says that she is appreciative of the "wonderful part" TD played in EVD's life.
Note from EVD, n.d. Says that TD has the "heart of a mother." Writes that TD saved him many times.
Letter from EVD, n.d. Says that a friend from his boyhood, Jack Clark, and his wife came to visit him. Writes that his visiting privileges have been exceeded. Mentions that he appreciated the petition the people of Terre Haute, Indiana presented on his behalf.

Curtis, Beatrice: Letter to EVD, 10/30/20. Says that she will cast her first vote for EVD in appreciation for all the "wonderful work" he has done.

Cuthbertson, John: Letter to TD, 11/1/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death.

Cutler, Louis: Letter to TD and family, 11/4/26. Sends condolences on EVD's death. Mentions that he read of EVD's passing in the memorial edition of the AMERICAN APPEAL.

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