INDIANAPOLIS SUN: Telegram to EVD, 11/26/12. Asks that EVD send a 200 word statement regarding the acquittal of Arturo Giovannitti and Joseph Ettor.
Copy of letter from EVD, 11/26/12. Writes that the acquittal of Arturo Giovannitti and Joseph Ettor is a "victory for the working class in general and for industrial unionism in particular." Says that 25 years ago these men would have been hanged like the anarchists of Chicago were. Remarks that it was the power of labor alone that saved them.
Inetzger, H.: Letter to EVD, 7/16/21. Writes that he was an old schoolmate of EVD when they were boys growing up in Terre Haute, Indiana. Tells EVD that he would like to have a photo of him.
Note from EVD to TD, n.d. Tells TD that Inetzger's letter has made him think back 55 years when he was a student at the old seminary in Terre Haute, Indiana. Writes that the seminary used to stand where the normal school now is. Asks that TD mail a portrait out to Inetzger and tell him that he sends Inetzger his greetings and love.
Ingersoll, Robert G.: Letter to Emily Debs Mailloux and Eugenie Debs Selby, 7/28/1881. Writes that it will not be possible for him alone to help Emily Debs Mailloux and Eugenie Debs Selby with their problem. Says that if their representative in Congress will help him he may be able to do what they ask. Asks that Emily Debs Mailloux and Eugenie Debs Selby send their regards to EVD.
Copy of the "Conqueror," n.d.
Card to EVD, n.d.
Inman, Herbert I.: Letter to TD, n.d. Sends condolences on EVD's death. Tells TD that he cast his first vote for EVD when he was 21. Says that he was also a member of the Young People Socialist League and a member of the Socialist Party. Writes that he used to read EVD's articles in the APPEAL TO REASON.
Irvin, George Frank: Poem titled "Citizen Train to President Debs," n.d.
Irvine, Edward J.: Letter to EVD, 11/28/20. Writes that even though a couple of "radical magazines" has refused to publish his poem, he thinks that it is still worthy of preservation. Asks that EVD tell him what he thinks of it. Tells EVD that he is a committed "revolutionist" and that he has converted many people to socialism. Says that he is curious to find out what EVD think about the Sinn Fein. Encloses poem titled "Debs" to EVD.
Note from EVD to TD on envelope postmarked 11/?/20. Tells TD to say to Irvine that under prison rules he is unable to respond to Irvine's question about the Sinn Fein.
Poem titled "On the Death of Debs," to TD, 11/3/26.
Isenberg, Artie: Letter to EVD, 10/20/20. Writes that EVD should ask for a pardon and go home to his family. Says that the war is over and he wants to have peace.