Debs Collection:
Index to Newspaper Clippings
and Selected Articles


(Five-Reel 35mm Microfilm Set)

Additional Citations
from Three-Reel 16mm Microfilm Set

Student assistants over a series of several years compiled and revised the entries below.
The version below was verified and produced by Dennis Vetrovec.
Prefatory remarks by Dr. David Vancil


Among materials donated by Oscar Edelman was a selection of newspaper clippings and journal articles, which were subsequently microfilmed. The earliest entries are from about 1894 with the latest appearing around 1970. Of course, while these materials are available for use on-site, copyright restrictions may apply to their future publication in part or whole. Users should be aware of current copyright law and understand that fair-use guidelines will apply with respect to reproduction from our holdings.

The index below represents the most readily identifiable selections found on the 35mm microfilm. An earlier 16mm version of the microfilm exists, and a few entries not found in the refilmed 35mm version have been noted in an appended listing. If additional entries pertaining to Debs or socialism are identified on either the 16mm or 35mm microfilm sets, the listings below may be updated.

It should be noted that 35mm microfilm set contains additional material, e.g., letters donated after the completion of the commercially distributed The Papers of Eugene V. Debs and the contents of family scrapbooks. Additional letters and contents of the scrapbooks will be made accessible bibliographically in separate indexes.

The 35mm and 16mm entries are listed in two separate files. Arrangement of the entries is by name of publication, year of publication, month and day of publication, the title and author when known, followed by the reel on which the item is found. For additional information, you may use the browser independent e-mail form or the e-mail link at the bottom of the page. The department phone number is 812/237-2610.

35mm Reels

A.D.A. World 1970 September [Various articles]. Reel #1.
A.F.L.-C.I.O. News 1966 June 25 [Various articles]. Reel #1.
A.L.U. Journal 1903 April 16 Tapping Proletarian Veins, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
A.L.U. Journal 1903 September 3 . . . In America, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
Advance 1926 October 29 Eugene Victor Debs (Invictus), by W. E. Hanley. Reel #1
Advance 1926 October 29 Childhood, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
Advance 1926 October 29 Eugene Victor Debs, by Joseph Schlossburg. Reel #1
Advance 1926 October 29 Debs as I Knew Him, by Charles W. Ervin. Reel #1
Advance 1926 October 29 Chicago A. C. W. at Debs Bier, by M. C. Fisch. Reel #1
The Age 1895 March 2 Debs on Earth. Reel #1.
America For All 1932 January 8 End the Wages of the Idle Rich, by John M. Work. Reel #1
America For All 1932 January 8 Thomas Urges American People Take Over Nation's Industries, by Norman Thomas. Reel #1
America For All 1932 January 8 The New Emancipation, by Harry W. Laidler. Reel #1
American Appeal 1925 December 10 Debs Calls Workers to Rally to the Aid of Their Paper, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1925 December 10 Best Socialist Writers Uniting to Make American Appeal Great Propaganda Paper, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1925 December 10 Must Have Million Audience for Debs and American Appeal, by J. Mahlon Barnes. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 1 International Greeting, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 1 Debs and the War. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 January 1 Mellon Tax Bill, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 9 Sister of Mrs. Debs Killed in Accident. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 January 9 The American Appeal, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 9 Socialist Youth in Poland, by Aarne J. Parker. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 16 It All Depends! by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 16 Mellon "Explains" as Fascist Power Grows. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 January 16 Finnish Socialists Winning, by Adolph Salmi. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 23 Vast Growth of Socialism Among Churches Alarms Writer. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 January 23 Oscar Ameringer Makes Mellon Tax Hoax Plain, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 23 Socialists Defeat Finnish Ministry, by Adolph Salmi. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 23 Debs Backs Plea for Miners, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 23 Titled Lady Visitor Convert to Socialism. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 January 23 Socialist Veterans Pass. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 January 23 Youth and the Church, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 23 Mellon Tax Plan is Huge Hoax and Waste, by Jacob Panken. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 30 The Wall Street Twins, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 January 30 Two Socialist Governments Enter into Binding Peace Agreements. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 January 30 Debs Moves for Socialist Party Support of Miners, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 6 Richard Ford in Prison Five Years is Found Innocent, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 6 Organizing Slaughter, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 6 "Friendless and Forgotten" War Heroes Denied a Decent Burial, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 13 Great Trade War, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 20 Black Persecution, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 20 They Must Unite, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 20 When Debs Talks Love, by Robert Whitalau. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 20 Debs, Hillquit and Thomas Answer Challenge to Radicals in Magazine, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 20 Berger Asks Return of Debs Citizenship. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 February 27 The Great Comedy, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 27 Send Debs $101. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 February 27 Berger Denounces Banning of Debs from Citizenship. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 February 27 Back Bergen's Fight for Debs Citizenship, by Marx Lewis. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 February 27 Petition for Restoration of Citizenship to Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 6 Appeal Will Issue Special Edition as Climax of Fight for Debs Citizenship. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 6 We Want To Know, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 6 The Staff Blushes Collectively Over This Fine Praise from Debs, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 6 Big Double Header Program to Arouse Nation Over Debs Case. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 13 Comrades, Where Are You? by Sam Flint. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 13 Debs is Deprived of Citizenship for Saying What These Men Said[:] Leonard B. Wood Said Before he Entered the War, Eugene V. Debs Said During the War, Woodrow Wilson Said After the War. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 13 Debt Deal Saved Fascism, Declares American Writer. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 13 Berger in Congress, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 20 Troops On Guard in "Pocket," by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 20 Debs Writes Platform Expressing Purpose of Special Edition Drive, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 20 Appeal Buried by Debs Petitions on Way to Washington. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 20 "I Will Not Beg For Pardon," says Debs, to Arrogant Demand of Attorney General. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Passport Denied Debs as He Leaves U.S. to Save Mr. Debs' Health; May Not Be Allowed to Re-enter Country. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Chamber of Commerce Morality, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Berger Opens Congress Fight for Citizenship for All War Victims. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Restore Debs Citizenship. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Creating Criminals, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Labor Backing for Debs Grows Rapidly. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Congress Replies Favor Debs Three to One this Week, by Roy G. Fitzgerald, James M. Mead, George J. Schneider, and Nathan L. Strong. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Beg Pardon, Gene, by Ellis Heons. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 27 National Peace Society Joins Big Debs Drive. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 27 The Press on Debs[:] The Case of Debs. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Petitioner Presents True Stand of Debs and Socialist in Opposition to the War, by William M. Feigenbaum. Reel #1
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Death of These Vicious Bills First Goal of Debs Platform. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 March 27 Punished Enough. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 April 17 The Eyes of America are on Debs and the Appeal[;] Amazing Story of Passport Abuses. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 April 24 Hillquit Exposes, Fraud - Debs and 1500 are Citizens. Reel #1.
American Appeal 1926 April 24 Fight Must Go On for Official Admission of These Men's Rights. Reel #1.
American Freeman 1932 June 11 Why the American Freeman Supports the Socialist Ticket, by E. Haldeman-Julius. Reel #1
American Freeman 1932 June 11 Complete Text of the 1932 National Platform of Socialist Party; A Clear Program for Prosperity, Peace, and Industrial Security Through Socialism, by E. Haldeman-Julius. Reel #1
American Freeman 1932 November 15 Socialism, by E. Seller. Reel #1
American Freeman 1932 November 15 Norman Thomas Puts Socialism on the Map in Southern California, by George H. Shoaf. Reel #1
American Guardian 1935 July 26 A Problem for Farmers That Is Not a Farm Problem, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #1
American Guardian 1935 July 26 Property Rights vs. Human Rights, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #1
American Guardian 1935 August 9 "Americanism" Just What Does it Mean? by George H. Shoaf. Reel #1
American Guardian 1935 August 9 Communists' Retreat From Former Tactics No Surprise to Thomas, by Norman Thomas. Reel #1
American Guardian 1935 September 6 Thomas Defies Material Rule in Vigo County. Reel #1.
American Guardian 1935 September 6 Chicago Trade Unions Launch a Labor Party. Reel #1.
American Guardian 1936 June 26 Biting Stick and Neglecting Hand, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #1
American Guardian 1936 June 26 Fascism Can Be Smashed, by Lewis. Reel #1
American Guardian 1936 June 26 Worshipper, by Charles Ervin. Reel #1
American Guardian 1936 June 26 Link to Ford Company Suspected. Reel #1.
American Guardian 1936 June 26 Frame-Up is Challenged by Union Men. Reel #1.
American Guardian 1936 June 26 Ford "Ideas" To Be Put into Films. Reel #1.
American Guardian 1937 March 19 On the Road to Political Power, by D. Thompson. Reel #2
American Guardian 1937 March 19 News of the Co-op Movement. Reel #2.
American Guardian 1937 March 19 Behind the Curtain in Washington, by Stage hand. Reel #2
American Guardian 1937 March 19 An All-American System of Land Tenure, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #2
American Guardian 1937 May 21 Farm Prosperity for Mexico Comes as Big Estates Are Seized. Reel #2.
American Guardian 1937 May 21 Nazi State is Thief as Well as Murderer, by Jean Lonquet. Reel #2
American Guardian 1937 May 21 News of the Co-op Movement. Reel #2.
American Guardian 1937 May 21 CIO Spurns Peace Upon ARL Team, by Lewis. Reel #2
American Guardian 1937 May 21 Fear-ruled Subjects of Fascism Give Way When Put to a Test!, by Mikhall Koltsov. Reel #2
American Guardian 1938 December 30 The Challenge, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #2
American Guardian 1939 February 17 Abundance for All and Youth, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #2
American Guardian 1939 February 24 The Plan for Abundance for All. Reel #2.
American Guardian 1939 February 24 There Can Be No Recovery Under the Security System, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #2
American Guardian 1939 April 7 Scarcity the Father of Scare, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #2
American Guardian 1939 April 21 Between Two Worlds and Knowing Neither, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #2
American Guardian 1939 April 21 News of the Co-op Movement. Reel #2.
American Guardian 1939 September 29 Competitive Prices and Controlled Prices, by William Edward Zeuch. Reel #2
American Guardian 1939 December 8 The Great Madness[:] The Lost Cause, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #2
American Guardian 1940 January 5 Keep Your Shirt On - Discard the Fool's Cap, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #2
American Guardian 1940 January 5 Wants Permanent Relief Program. Reel #2.
American Guardian 1940 September 27 The Ways of Life that Lead to Death, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #2
American Guardian 1940 September 27 War Preparation Programs Attack Labor Standards Despite Official Denials, by Henry Zon. Reel #2
The American Progress 1934 August 15 Dailies Help Break General Strike, by Earl Burke. Reel #2
The American Progress 1934 August 15 Transfer Economic Powers to State, Remove Them from Individuals. Reel #2.
The American Progress 1934 August 15 Gentleman Vagrants Have a Union. In Most Cities They Call It the Chamber of Commerce. Reel #2.
The American Socialist 1914 August 8 Protest Against Senseless Slaughter, Decrees American Socialist Party Proclamation. Reel #2.
The American Socialist 1914 October 3 Will Those Who Pray for Peace Stop the Industrial War Which Hatches Out in Universal Hell, by J. Stitt Wilson. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1914 October 3 Why Should Catholic Workingmen Be Socialist? by Coal D. Thompson. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1914 October 3 Working Class Is Bound to Become Revolutionary, by Victor L. Berger. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1914 October 3 Socialism to End War by Releasing Mankind from Insane Profit System, by Charles Edward Russell. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1915 March 20 The Present Social System That Breeds Criminals As Carrion Does Maggots Cannot Be Expected To Have Any Great Mercy on Its Victims, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1915 March 20 Here Is a Story of What Socialism Can Do Now for Cities of Nation, by Fred A. Hinkel. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1915 March 20 Why Should You Elect Socialists to Arm Your City? by Robert Hunter. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1915 April 3 Dispossessing Our Dispossessors, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1915 August 28 A Word To Railroad Workers, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1915 September 4 Labor Day Sentiment, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1915 December 18 Preparedness and Poverty, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1916 March 4 Schwab's Palace and Preparedness, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1916 April 8 Here's Complete Speech Made by Lone Socialist in Congress as He Fought Increase in Army, by Meyer London. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1916 July 5 Theodore Roosevelt Political Sandbagger, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Anaconda Standard 1895 March 13 Leader in Labor's War. Reel #2.
Appeal to Reason 1904 May 1 The Convention and the Outlook, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1905 July 8 The Social Revolution, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1905 August 5 Working Class Unionism, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1906 March 17 The Growth of Socialism. Reel #2.
Appeal to Reason 1906 August 11 Haywood, the Standard Bearer, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1906 August 18 Who Organized the B. of R. T.? by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1907 January 5 Show Your Hand, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1907 March 27 Hold Your Nerve, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1912 May 18 Rome Rules Washington. Reel #2.
Appeal to Reason 1913 December 27 Who's Who in Socialist America. Reel #2.
Appeal to Reason 1913 December 27 Eugene V. Debs Message to the Little Children, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1915 August 28 Never Be a Soldier, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Arbeiter-Zeitung (St. Louis) 1926 October 23 Wackerer Kumpfer! Grosser Amerikaner! Edler Mensch!, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Arbeiter-Zeitung ( St. Louis) 1926 October 23 Eugen V. Debs Gestorben, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Arbeiter-Zeitung ( St. Louis) 1926 October 23 Am Grake von Eugen V. Debs, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Arkansas Socialist 1906 August 4 Progress of the Movement, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Bulletin 1918 February World Movement Towards Peace, by Morris Hillquit. Reel #2
The Bulletin 1918 March What Shall We Do To Be Saved, by Joshua Wanhope. Reel #2
The Bulletin 1918 March Modern Wars Waged for Material Profits. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1918 April Socialist Judge Pleases Workers. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1918 May Socialist State Platform. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1918 May The Socialist Solon Explains "The Law of Business." Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1918 July Eugene V. Debs is Arrested. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1918 July The Wreck of Childhood. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1919 September 15 Manifesto of the Socialist Party. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1919 September 15 France Cheers Debs. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1919 September 15 What Debs Said. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1919 September 15 Norwegian Socialist Protest Wilson. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1919 September 15 Here's Attitude of Socialist Party on Vital Labor Problems. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1919 September 15 Industrial Revolution Must Replace Craft Union. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1919 October 15 Thirty Day Drive for Amnesty, by The Socialist Press. Reel #2
The Bulletin 1919 October 15 We Are All Socialist, by Morris Hillquit. Reel #2
The Bulletin 1919 October 15 The Latest Message from Debs. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1920 April 17 One Year in Jail, by W. M. Feigenbaum. Reel #2
The Bulletin 1920 April 17 He Kept the Faith, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Bulletin 1920 June 1 Eugene V. Debs Voice of Labor. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1920 June 1 Eighth Convention of the Party. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1920 June 1 Declaration of Principles. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1920 June 1 Debs Notified in Prison. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1920 June 1 Dictatorship and the Third International. Reel #2.
The Bulletin 1925 August 1 Debs Pictures S. F. Under Socialism. Reel #2.
The Butte Bulletin 1922 November 22 The Real Price of Coal, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Butte Daily Miner 1895 March 13 Who Are the Conspirators? Reel #2.
The Call 1920 March 28 The Workers' University of the I. L. G. W. U., by Fannia M. Cohn. Reel #2
The Call 1920 March 28 From Christ to Debs: History Repeats Itself, by Rosa Proletaire. Reel #2
The Call 1920 May 9 Was Marx a Sectarian? by Edmund Seidel. Reel #2
The Call 1920 May 9 Dreams and Civilization, by John J. Kallen. Reel #2
The Call 1920 May 9 Let Us Drop the "Revolutionary" Jargon, by Victor L. Berger. Reel #2
The Call 1920 May 16 The Spirit of Socialism in 1920 as Reflected by the Convention. Reel #2.
The Call 1920 May 16 James H. Maurer, The Story of the Struggles of a Worker, by Abraham Epstein. Reel #2
The Call 1922 January 15 Debs: Citizen of the World[;] Gene Meets His Brother Theodore in Prison, by David Karsner. Reel #2
The Call 1922 January 15 The Co-operative Movement in Republic of Georgia, by A. Gugushvili. Reel #2
The Call 1922 January 22 Debs: Citizen of the World[;] The Last Days in Prison of No. 9,653, by David Karsner. Reel #2
The Call 1922 May 7 The Socialist Party and War, by James Oneal. Reel #2
The Call 1922 June 18 H. G. Wells as a Socialist, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Call 1922 October 8 The Boy Who Must Forgo College, by Herman Jacobsohn. Reel #2
The Call 1922 October 8 A Review and Personal Statement, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Call 1922 October 8 The Fourteen Points of Eugene Debs. Reel #2.
The Call 1942 November 6 Who Was This Man Debs? by Norman Thomas. Reel #2
The Call 1942 November 6 Gene Debs' Heritage to Us All. Reel #2.
The Call 1942 November 6 As I Remember Gene Debs, by Jesse Wallace Hugham. Reel #2
The Call 1942 November 6 What Labor's Battle Taught Me, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Call 1942 November 6 Gene Debs: One of America's Greatest, by Oswald Garrison Villard. Reel #2
The Call 1942 November 6 Gene Debs: The Life of a Man Unafraid. Reel #2.
The Call 1943 March 12 Your World and Mine, by Norman Thomas. Reel #2
The Call 1943 March 12 The Unpardonable Crime of Socialists, by Andre Martin. Reel #2
The Call 1943 March 12 World Labor Horrified by Soviet Assassination of Polish Socialist Leaders. Reel #2.
The Call 1950 May 25 SP Activities in European Countries, by Meyer Miller. Reel #2
Chicago Eye Opener 1921 December 29 For a Fighting Fund, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Chicago Eye Opener 1921 December 29 The Municipal Election, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Chicago Herald and Examiner 1922 July 2 Inside Prison Walls, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Chicago Herald Tribune 1922 July 2 Is Soviet Russia Real Ally in Battle for Justice, Freedom? Reel #2.
Communist Labor 1920 May 1 National Executive Committee Meets. Reel #2.
Communist Labor 1920 May 1 Down Tools May First, 1920. Reel #2.
Communist Labor 1920 May 1 The "Outlaw" Strike. Reel #2.
Communist Labor 1920 May 1 Things Worth Knowing. Reel #2.
Communist Labor 1920 May 1 Communist Labor Party News. Reel #2.
Communist Labor 1920 May 1 To the Rescue of Democracy. Reel #2.
Communist Labor 1920 May 1 From the Third International, by Amsterdam Sub-Bureau. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 November 8 The State Strike Breaker. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 November 8 The Soviet Republic in Action, by W. T. Guade. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 13 Comment on a Commenter, by C. E. Ruthenberg. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 13 End of the Coal Strike. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 13 Organization Progress: Bulgarian Branch Joins C. P. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 13 Communist Party and Soviet Institutions, by Vladimir Sorin. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 13 Communist Propaganda in Russia. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 13 Where is the Power? Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 13 The Party Organization - Help Defend Your Comrades, by C. E. Ruthenberg. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 13 How Soon In Italy? Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 13 The President's Message. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 13 The Central Executive Committee Meeting, by C. E. Ruthenberg. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 13 The United Mine Workers of America, by John Langley. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 13 They Got the Chicken Killers! Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 20 Legal Defense. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 20 Civilization and Revolution. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 20 The Menace of American Capitalism, by J. D. Newbold. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 20 Communist Party and I.W.W. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 20 The French General Elections, by Robert Dell. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 20 The Split in the Communist Party of Germany. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 20 What's in a Lie? by Fritz Friedman. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 20 Organization News. Reel #2.
The Communist 1919 December 20 Despite of All, by Karl Liebknecht. Reel #2
The Communist 1920 June 12 Program of the United Communist Party. Reel #2.
The Communist 1920 June 12 Constitution of United Communist Party. Reel #2.
The Communist 1920 June 12 At Last. Reel #2.
The Communist 1920 June 12 C.E.C. Meeting. Reel #2.
The Communist 1920 June 12 The Convention of Revolutionists, by Y. F. Reel #2
Congressional Record 1932 n.d. Peoples Right to Fulfillment, by Huey P. Long. Reel #2
Country News n.d. n.d. Something About Socialism. Reel #2.
Davenport Free Press 1923 July 4 Outstanding Figure in Labor World. Reel #2.
Davenport Free Press 1923 July 4 Life Story of Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2.
Davenport Free Press 1923 July 4 The Urging of Debs, by Charles B. Sweeney. Reel #2
Davenport Free Press 1923 July 4 His Imprisonment and Release. Reel #2.
Davenport Free Press 1923 July 4 Tributes by Great Men and Women. Reel #2.
Dayton News 1926 October 24 Last Tributes Bestowed upon Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2.
Dayton News 1947 September 28 Stone Hits Greatness in Dramatic Story of Debs, by Irving Stone. Reel #2
Dayton News 1949 June 17 Biography of American Radical Eugene V. Debs, His Triumphs, Defeats, by Ray Singer. Reel #2
Dayton News 1951 February 23 Debs Won "Friendly Enemies," by Ray Singer. Reel #2
The Enquirer (Cincinnati) 1916 October 30 Humanity. Reel #2.
Epic News 1935 February 11 National Epic Grows Rapidly Over Country. Reel #2.
Epic News 1935 February 11 The Philosophy of Epic, by Heath Bowden. Reel #2
Epic News 1935 February 11 The Menace of Hitlerism, by George Foulkes. Reel #2
Epic News 1935 February 11 The Way Out - What Lies Ahead of America, by Upton Sinclair. Reel #2
Epic News 1935 February 11 Work vs. Dole; Roosevelt May Adopt P.F.U. Yet. Reel #2.
Evening World Herald 1904 February 8 For A Big Strike. Reel #2.
The Fighting Worker 1938 July 15 How to Fight Fascism. Reel #2.
Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette 1921 December 26 Socialist Chief Seeks To Free All Prisoners, by Associated Press. Reel #2
Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette 1921 December 26 Debs Called Model Prisoner, by Associated Press. Reel #2
Forward 1918 May 26 Debs Addresses Large Audience At the Crystal. Reel #2.
Forward 1918 May 26 Old Party Tools of Cleveland Stop May Day Parade. Reel #2.
Forward 1918 May 26 Council at Elwood Protect Public in Stormy Session. Reel #2.
Forward 1918 May 26 Over the Top to Victory in 1918[;] The Battle Cry. Reel #2.
Forward 1918 July 21 Socialist Mayor Defends Cause of the Common People. Reel #2.
Forward 1918 July 21 Proof that the German Socialist Tried to Stop the World War in 1914. Reel #2.
Forward 1918 July 21 Socialist is Condemned By Politicians. Reel #2.
The Gazette: Terre Haute, Indiana 1899 September 13 Fifty Years Wedded Today, The Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Debs. Reel #2.
Globe - Democrat (St. Louis) 1925 n.d. Debs Celebrates His Seventieth Birthday with Comrades Here. Reel #2.
Gross Daytoner Zeitung 1926 October 23 Ein Aufrechter Mann. Reel #2.
Haldeman-Julius Weekly 1924 November 15 Mammonart, by Upton Sinclair. Reel #3
Haldeman-Julius Weekly 1924 November 15 What the Editor is Thinking About, by E. Haldeman-Julius. Reel #3
Haldeman-Julius Weekly 1924 November 15 In the World of Books, by Isaac Goldberg. Reel #3
Haldeman-Julius Weekly 1926 January 2 Fear, by E. Haldeman Julius. Reel #3
Haldeman-Julius Weekly 1926 January 2 Let Us Protect Free Speech, by E. Haldeman-Julius. Reel #3
Haldeman-Julius Weekly 1926 January 2 What Has Become of the Pre-War Radicals, by E. Haldeman-Julius. Reel #3
Haldeman-Julius Weekly 1926 January 2 In the World of Books, by Issac Goldberg. Reel #3
Haldeman-Julius Weekly 1926 November 6 How Men Lived Before the Age of the Machine, by E. Haldeman-Julius. Reel #3
Haldeman-Julius Weekly 1926 November 6 Eugene V. Debs - An Appreciation, by E. Haldeman-Julius. Reel #3
The Illinois Miner 1927 November 5 Unions Aid Socialists Expecting Their Help in Union Fight Later. Reel #3.
The Illinois Miner 1927 November 5 Profits Versus Lives, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #3
The Indianapolis Call 1918 May 4 Try to Destroy Party, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The Indianapolis Call 1918 May 4 The Press and Its Power, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The Indianapolis Call 1918 May 4 Socialist Party Rushes Ahead. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Call 1918 May 4 Hillquit and Debs to Speak[;] Indiana Socialists in Big Gatherings. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Call 1918 May 4 Catholics Praise the Socialists. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis News 1894 July 2 The Court's Power. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis News 1903 February 7 Socialism's Steady Progression, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
Indianapolis Register 1912 August 30 To the Hosts of Labor, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The Indianapolis Star 1921 December 24 Debs To Be Free Christmas, by Everett C. Watkins. Reel #3
The Indianapolis Star 1921 December 24 Parole Granted Debs. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Star 1921 December 26 Debs Free; Called to Capital. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Star 1921 December 26 Debs Weeps on Release. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Star 1921 December 27 Debs Calls on Harding; Ready to Start Home, by Everett C. Watkins. Reel #3
The Indianapolis Star 1921 December 27 Debs Gets "In Bad" for Making Speech in Railway Station. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Star 1921 December 29 Debs Home as Firebrand Given Record Ovation In Terre Haute, by Guy Brenton. Reel #3
The Indianapolis Star 1926 October Eugene V. Debs Noted Hoosier, Socialist Dies. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Star 1926 October 21 Sacrifices for Fellowman Marked Career of E. V. Debs. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Star 1929 July 5 Tammany Leaders Dedicate New Hall. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Star 1929 July 5 Views of Our Readers. Reel #3.
The Indianapolis Times 1936 January 6 Whole AAA Structure Is Outlawed by Supreme Court, by the United Press. Reel #3
The Indianapolis Times 1936 July 6 Balanced Budget Submitted by President Roosevelt for Regular Expenditures, by United Press. Reel #3
Indianapolis Union 1911 May 6 Arouse, Ye Hosts of Labor, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
Industrial Democrat n.d. n.d. Master's Message, by Covington Hall. Reel #3
The Industrial Worker (Joliet, IL) 1906 July Duties of the Hour, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The Industrial Worker (Joliet, IL) n.d. n.d. Evolution of the Miner, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The Industrial Worker 1906 April [Title unknown], by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
Journal Herald 1952 September 12 Talking It Over, by Dwight Young. Reel #3
The Kansas City Kansan 1926 October 24 Personal Reminiscences of Eugene V. Debs, by Lincoln Phifer. Reel #3
Labor 1932 May 31 Socialists Pick Standard Bearers; Thomas and Maurer Head Ticket. Reel #3.
Labor 1932 May 31 6-Hour Day Needed To Put Men In Jobs, Robertson Claims. Reel #3.
Labor 1932 May 31 Six-Hour Day Would Make Jobs, Not Overtime, Declare Labor Chiefs. Reel #3.
Labor 1935 August 4 Sacrifices Make Victory Possible, Says ODT Chief. Reel #3.
Labor 1935 August 4 President Moves to Relieve Crisis in Rail Situation. Reel #3.
Labor 1935 August 4 Proposal To Thaw Wage Freeze Held Aid to Rail Unions. Reel #3.
Labor 1941 April 29 Great Liberal is Dead. Reel #3.
Labor 1941 October 21 Lonergan's Comment, by Raymond Lonergan. Reel #3
Labor Leader 1926 October 22 Here Was A Man. Reel #3.
Labor Press Service 1949 March Colonial Security through Bulk Purchase, by Eddie Farmer. Reel #3
Labor Press Service 1949 May Society of Socialist Journalists. Reel #3.
Labor Press Service 1949 October Health Service Quiz, by Socialist Medical Association. Reel #3
Labor Press Service 1949 December The Early Fabians, by E. R. Pease. Reel #3
Labor Press Service 1949 December The Case for Socialism Is Proved, by Fred Henderson. Reel #3
Labor Press Service 1949 December Christianity and Marxism, by Mervyn Stockwood. Reel #3
Labor Press Service 1950 January New Year Message. Reel #3.
Labor Press Service 1950 January Full Employment. Reel #3.
Labor Press Service 1950 March Golden Age of the Left, by Naomi Mithchison. Reel #3
Labor Press Service 1952 May Labour Seeks 4-power Conference on Germany. Reel #3.
The Labor World 1930 October 10 Upton Sinclair Speaks on Campaign Issues at State Wide Picnic. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1952 May About the Labour Party. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1952 May Ulster is a Warning. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1952 October Fundamental Unity of the Party Is Now Accepted, by Arthur Greenwood. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1952 October Twelve Months of Muddling, by David Ginsburg. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1952 October Milan Congress Backs US Assistance. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1952 October Labour's New Chairman Has Long Record. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1952 October The Future of Private Industry. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1953 April Why Labour Opposes African Scheme 'Inadequate Safeguards.' Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1953 April Turn Out Those Tory Councilors! by Herbert Morrison. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1953 May This Is Butler's Back-Door Budget. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1953 May Labour Woman Looks Forward. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1954 February George - The Extraordinary Ordinary Man, by Alice Bacon. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1954 February Help Labour To Serve Locally, by Herbert Morrison. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1954 October Labour's China Trip - Delegation Reports. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1954 October Great Tasks of Democracy. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1954 October I Have To Wait While Some Kind Person Gives Me Clothes. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1954 November Unite for the Challenge Now! Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1954 November Victory for Labour Is Our Supreme Aim, by Hugh Gaitskell. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1955 April Three Wasted Years. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1955 April Don't Trust Tories. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1955 April The Scandal of the Tory Disposals, by Ernest Davies. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1955 April Election Call, by Morgan Phillips. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1955 April The Piecemeal Road Plan, by Arthur Bottomley. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1955 April Unions Object to Union Plan. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1955 April C. R. Atlee Sends His May Day Message to You, by C. R. Atlee. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1956 January Labour's Way to Victory, by Hugh Gaitskell. Reel #3
Labour Press Service 1956 April Tribute to Labour M.P.'s. Reel #3.
Labour Press Service 1956 April The Torries Make You Pay More. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 20 5-Year Plan for Virginia, Socialist Aim. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 20 Survey Big Problems of Organizations in Preconvention Meet. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 20 Mayor Hoan Welcomes Socialist Delegates. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 20 Rank and File of Socialist Visitors Hear Party Chiefs. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 23 Hillquit Lays Socialist Plan Before Voters. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 23 1932 Campaign of Socialist Launched Here. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 23 1932 Drive Is Launched by Socialist. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 23 The Socialist Movement. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 23 Thomas, Maurer Again Will Be Standard Bearers. Reel #3.
Leader 1932 May 23 Mighty Thrill as Socialists Name Thomas. Reel #3.
Los Angeles Times 1926 April 20 Sympathy Scheme for Debs Cited. Reel #3.
Man 1934 June-July The Answer to the Governments Attempt to Destroy "Man." Reel #3.
Man 1934 June-July The Workers and NIRA. Reel #3.
Man 1934 June-July In Retrospect. Reel #3.
Man 1934 June-July Anarchists Ordeal in Russia. Reel #3.
Man 1934 June-July Hitlerism and the Belief in Progress. Reel #3.
Man 1934 June-July Social Rebellion Mounts the Scene. Reel #3.
Man 1934 June-July Anarchists. Reel #3.
Man 1934 November-December The Chicago Bomb Case. Reel #3.
Man 1934 November-December Current Events and Their Social Significance. Reel #3.
Man 1934 November-December The Proclamation of the Catalan Republic. Reel #3.
Man 1934 November-December Some Reflections on Marxian Economics. Reel #3.
Man 1934 November-December The Industrial Age and Social Plans. Reel #3.
May Day 1914 n.d. May Day and the Revolution, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
Melting Pot 1913 April Carl Person - A Plea and a Protest, by Theodore Debs. Reel #3
Melting Pot 1919 February The Spirit of Debs. Reel #3.
Melting Pot 1919 September Statement by Theodore Debs. Reel #3.
Miami Valley Socialist 1918 September 13 Not a Workingman on the Jury. Reel #3.
Miami Valley Socialist 1919 May Helen Keller to Eugene V. Debs, by Helen Keller. Reel #3
The Milwaukee Leader 1912 August 12 The Issue, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The Milwaukee Leader 1912 August 22 Roosevelt's Heartless Tyranny, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The Milwaukee Leader 1915 March 22 The Courts and Organized Labor, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The Milwaukee Leader 1919 April 17 Deb's Pals. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1922 n.d. Solidarity Will Win, Debs Tells Mine and Rail Strikers. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1925 July 20 Socialist Picnic Brings New Life. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 20 Delegates Tell Benefits of Socialism at the Two Open Air Meetings. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 20 List of Socialists in Office in City, Country, and State. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 20 Rank and File of Socialists Hear Leaders. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 21 Says Socialism Is Advancing over 3 Fronts. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 21 Socialism Is Only Solution Keynote Says. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 21 Yipsels and Young Socialists Entertain at Hoan's Reception. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 21 The Socialist Movement. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 21 World Socialists Greet U.S. Party in Convention Journal. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 21 Socialists Open National Meet at Auditorium. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 21 Socialists Open National Session. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1932 May 23 Organize for Socialism, Plea of Thomas in Radio Speech. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1933 February 6 Returns from Speaking Tour of Mine Area[;] Find Interest in Socialism Fast Spreading. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1933 November 4 To All Socialist Party Members. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1933 November 4 Socialists Should Study. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1934 September 8 To All Socialist Party Members. Reel #3.
The Milwaukee Leader 1934 September 8 Letter Sent Communist Central Committee on United Front Question, by Clarence Senior. Reel #3
The Milwaukee Leader 1934 September 8 Why I Am a Socialist, by Norman Thomas. Reel #3
Moline Dispatch 1959 March 14 Off the Beaten Path, by Fred Klann. Reel #3
Montana News 1906 August 16 Strike for Your Life, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The Morning Advertiser 1894 November 13 Debs Is Upheld. Reel #3.
The Muncie Morning Star 1921 December 29 Rests in Indianapolis. Reel #3.
The Muncie Morning Star 1921 December 29 Debs Is Greeted by Great Throng at Terre Haute. Reel #3.
The Nation 1927 September 28 Daniel Willard: A Selfish Man, by Donald Kirkley. Reel #3
The National Office Review 1917 December Time for Action. Reel #3.
The National Office Review 1917 December Do Not Be Afraid. Reel #3.
The National Office Review 1917 December This Year for Socialism. Reel #3.
National Rip-Saw 1904 August Tribute to Daniel DeLeon, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
National Rip-Saw 1913 January Why They Are After the Appeal, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The New Age 1910 April 28 The Prevention of Distribution Bill. A Reply to Mr. Belloc, M.P., by C. D. Sharp. Reel #3
The New Age 1910 April 28 Notes of the Week. Reel #3.
The New Age 1910 April 28 Theodore Roosevelt, by G. D. Herron. Reel #3
The New Age 1934 October 6 He Fought for All Mankind, by Santiago Iglesias. Reel #4
The New Age 1934 October 6 Morris Hillquit's Heritage, by Daniel W. Hoan. Reel #4
The New Age 1934 October 6 A Hero Face-To-Face, by Tony Sender. Reel #4
The New Day 1920 November 20 Wilson and Debs. Reel #3.
The New Day 1920 November 20 To the Children, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The New Day 1920 November 20 A Feeble Voice. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Idaho Socialist Reorganizing. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Socialist Party Prospects, by Emil Herman. Reel #3
The New Leader 1924 January 19 The Mission of the Working Class, by Ferdinand Lasalle. Reel #3
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Cologne Socialist Start Movement for Reichstag Election. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1924 January 19 The Progressives in Repertoire, by Marx Lewis. Reel #3
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Aid to German Socialist and Unions by US. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Nationalization and Labor Party Miner's Problems. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1924 January 19 How Long Can America Be an Exception, by Abraham Cahan. Reel #3
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Welcome Party for New Leader on Sunday Night. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Socialist of Norway Now United Again. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1924 January 19 The Labor Government of Great Britain, by Morris Hillquit. Reel #3
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Long Life to the New Leader, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Polish Socialists Announce a More Intense Opposition. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1924 January 19 Hudson County Ends Big Year; Balance in Bank. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1924 January 19 British Labor Government to Relieve Distress, by Phillip Snowden. Reel #3
The New Leader 1925 August 29 Labor Day at Camp Tamiment. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1925 August 29 The White Man's Hari-Kari, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3
The New Leader 1925 August 29 The Socialist Party at Work. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1925 August 29 Talks With Thomas, by Norman Thomas. Reel #3
The New Leader 1925 August 29 The History of Socialist Thought, by Harry W. Laidler. Reel #3
The New Leader 1925 August 29 The League of Peoples in Action[;] Socialist International on War and Peace Problems - A Series of Exclusive Cables from Marseilles, by Abraham Cahun. Reel #3
The New Leader 1925 August 29 To the Bourgeois Scientists. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1925 August 29 Communist Confessions, by Edmund Seidel. Reel #3
The New Leader 1926 February 20 The Case of Debs. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 Debs Is a Citizen with the Immortals, Norman Thomas Says. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 NY Audience in Tears. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 Eugene V. Debs Passes Away. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 Funeral to Be in Indiana. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 A Tribute to Debs. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 The Socialist Party at Work. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 Socialistic Smith. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 Socialist Leader, Brave to the End, Loses Fight to Live for Socialism. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 Some Personal Glimpses of Debs, by William M. Feigenbaum. Reel #3
The New Leader 1926 October 23 Syndicalism on State and Politics; The History of Socialist Thought, by Harry W. Laidler. Reel #3
The New Leader 1926 October 23 Our Good-Bye to Comrade 'Gene Debs. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 23 Deb's Life - The Story of the Greatest Modern American, by McAlister Coleman. Reel #3
The New Leader 1926 October 30 NY Socialist Close Stirring Campaign; Foreign Policy Given. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Socialist Asks Butler to Debate. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Republicans and Democrats Killed Socialist Measure To Keep Milk Supply Pure, by William M. Feigenbaum. Reel #3
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Italian Dressmakers Wire Mrs. Debs Regrets. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Watchers Needed to Guard Socialist Vote. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Madison Square Garden Thronged in an Impressive Memorial Demonstration. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Final Rallies of the New York Socialists. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Communists Pay Tribute to Eugene Debs, by Morris Hillquit. Reel #3
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Philadelphia to Hold Debs Memorial Meeting This Sunday Afternoon. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Here Are Your Candidates in New York. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Socialist of Rochester Pledge Loyalty to Debs. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Syndicalism - The Militant Minority, by Harry W. Laidler. Reel #3
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Timely Topics, by Norman Thomas. Reel #3
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Locomotive Fireman's President Mourns Eugene Debs Passing. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Shirt Makers Stand in Silent Tribute in Honor of Debs. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Two Old Parties Make Desperate Bid for Socialist Vote. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 The Tributes Paid at the Bier of Debs in Terre Haute. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Houston Raises $10,000 to Erect Monument to Honor Eugene V. Debs. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 International Labor Mourns Debs' Passing. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Socialist Mourn at Bier of Debs; NY Pays Tribute, by James Oneal. Reel #3
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Laidler Urges State Power. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Debs Followers Will Not Rest, Sinclair Declares. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 The Daily Press on Debs. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Debs Will Live Forever, Clothing Union Declares. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Illinois Socialist Promise Active Campaign. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Notes Gathered at Funeral of Debs. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1926 October 30 Hutchins Urges Aid for Jobless. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1927 June 25 Sam Moore, Freed, Pledges Life to Cause of Debs, "My Christ," by S. A. DeWitt. Reel #3
The New Leader 1927 June 25 Socialist Win Seats in Swiss Elections. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1927 June 25 Business Is Destroying Own Prosperity, Soule Tells L.I.D. Conference. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1927 June 25 The Socialist Party at Work. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1927 June 25 Labor Victory in Court. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1927 June 25 Historical Wisdom for Youthful Babbitts, by Harry Elmer Bonds. Reel #3
The New Leader 1927 June 25 The Porter's Union Goes South, by Frank Crosswaith. Reel #3
The New Leader 1927 June 25 35,000 Die Yearly in American Industry, Labor Conference Finds. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1927 June 25 Socialist Co-Operation. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1928 April 21 Thomas Defender of Labor, Liberty, and Peace; Maurer Outstanding Leader of Progressive Labor. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1928 April 21 Resolutions of the Socialist Convention. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1928 April 21 Thomas and Maurer Are Named Candidates of Socialism and Labor, by Mc Alister Coleman. Reel #3
The New Leader 1928 April 21 Socialist Heirs of Progressive Votes of 1924. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1928 April 21 The Socialist Party Convention Day by Day. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1928 April 21 Socialist Plans and Progress. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1928 April 21 The Socialist Party Convention and Its Call To Service. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1928 April 21 Party Urges Nation Take Over Industry. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1929 September 21 Eight Cities to Stage Dinners to Swell United States Fund. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1929 September 21 Thomas Fight Opens Sunday at Town Hall. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1929 September 21 World Socialist Leaders Join in Surprise Tribute to Hillquit; 550 Honor Leader at N.Y. Banquet. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1929 September 21 Hillquit Chosen as Chairman of the Socialist Party. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1930 November 1 The Socialist Party at Work. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1930 November 1 Shiplacoff Due on Sunday Closing Rally. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1930 November 1 Thomas Congress Fight Wins City-Wide Attention; McCooney Concedes Big Vote, by Brooklynite. Reel #3
The New Leader 1930 November 1 Labor Council Stays Loyal to Tammany, by Louis Stanley. Reel #3
The New Leader 1930 November 1 Panken Leads in 14th; Resort to Violence Fails to Help Tammany Case, by Marx Lewis. Reel #3
The New Leader 1930 November 1 Broun's Sincere Appeal Wins Warmth of Ward Hitherto Held by G.O.P., by Jacob C. Rich. Reel #3
The New Leader 1930 November 1 Vote for Socialism and Security. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1930 November 1 Socialist Fight in Milwaukee. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1931 January 31 W. F. Wins Three Month Extension of License. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1931 January 31 Dallas, British Labor M.P. Appalled at Backwardness of US Labor Movement, by George Dallas. Reel #3
The New Leader 1931 January 31 "Socialism Forward Drive" to raise $50,000 for Socialist National Work. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1931 January 31 80 Million for Job Insurance Proposed by Pa. Socialist, by Arthur C. Mc Dowell. Reel #3
The New Leader 1931 January 31 New Jersey Socialist Pick Niessner for Governor. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1931 January 31 Sherwood Edy Closes 40 years Leadership of 'Y' to Take up Socialist Work, by Mc Alister Coleman. Reel #3
The New Leader 1931 January 31 Wisconsin Socialists, Progressives in Coalition. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1931 January 31 Oneal and Cory Up for Congress in Brooklyn. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1931 January 31 Job Insurance is Preferred by Local Unions, by Lois Stanley. Reel #3
The New Leader 1931 January 31 The Socialist Party at Work. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1931 January 31 Thomas' Long-Awaited Book Giving a Socialist Program for American Due in February. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 11 Karl Marx 1818-1883. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 11 Soloman Defends Socialism in Debate with Nearing, by Milton S. Mautner. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 11 Marx Gave Us the Scientific Exact Knowledge that We Need, by George R. Kirkpatrick. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 11 Socialist Party Progress. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 11 German Socialist Hold Rank, by William M. Feigenbaum. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 11 Marx Dead Fifty Years, Still Thrillingly Alive, by Jacob Panken. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 11 A Socialist View of the Week, by William Allen Ward. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 11 Penna Socialist Fight for Socialized Banks. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 11 Marxism Is a Living Force, by Morris Hillquit. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 11 Karl Marx and His Disciples, by Karl Kautsky. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 11 One of Marx's Great Contributions, by James Oneal. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Marx and Marxist Theory, by Karl Kautsky. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Penn Socialist Solon Assumes the Real Minority Leadership, by Arthur G. Mc Dowell. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 18 A Socialist View of the Week. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Another "Election" is Held in Germany. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Crises That Curse Mankind and the Need of a Socialist World. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 A Socialist Education Program, by Robert T. Kerlin. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Socialist Party Progress. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Socialist Party Work. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Marx Pinned Faith on the Masses, by Harry Riseman. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Party Takes Stand on United Front. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Socialist Mayor's Plan Wins Favor. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Socialist Present Bank Plan to Roosevelt. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Karl Marx Memorial. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Veteran Socialist is Dead at 77. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 At Last the First Big Step Towards Real Unity of Action. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Socialist Party Progress. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Karl Marx Honored at Brooklyn Forum. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Socialist Union Thwarts a Plot. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 March 18 Wild Terror Reigns in Germany as the Fake Election is Held. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 14 A Story of Fifty Years of Devotion to Socialism. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 14 Austrian Socialism. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 14 Millions Mourn Hillquit. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 14 Morris Hillquit[:] His Epitaph May Well Be these Words: He Never Let Us Down. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 14 Sidelights of the A.F.L. Meet, by Marx Lewis. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 October 14 Socialist Party Progress. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 14 Morris Hillquit. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 21 Socialist Party Progress. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 21 From One Who Worked Day by Day with Morris Hillquit, by Ludwig Hillquit Gerber. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 October 21 Industrial Unionism Gains in A.F. of L. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 21 Stories of the NRA, by E. C. Barney. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 October 21 War Dogs Tug at Leash as Nazi Germany Orders Election Farce. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 21 Cleveland Mourns Morris Hillquit, by Hy Fish. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 October 21 British Labor for Victory and Power. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 21 Messages of Grief Continue to Come. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 21 Seven Years Ago 'Gene Debs Died, Yet He Still Lives,' by James Oneal. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 October 21 The Story of the Orgy of Savagery and Sadism in Hitler's Paradise, by James Oneal. Reel #3
The New Leader 1933 October 21 When Adam Delved. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1933 October 21 Successful Socialist Education, by William E. Bohn. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 January 27 Collapse Threatens C.W.A., by Observer. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 January 27 How Hitler Followed the Lead of Napoleon III, by Karl Marx. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 January 27 Psychology for Socialists. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 January 27 There Aren't Any Shortcuts to Victory. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 January 27 Editor's Corner, by James Oneal. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 January 27 How C.W.A. Jobs go to Good Democrats, by J. F. Higgins. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 January 27 Shortcuts May Become Short Circuit, by James Oneal. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 January 27 McLevy Moves for Civil Service Reform. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 The Workers Abroad, by Mark Khinoy. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 February 24 Socialist Rally in Sweden. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 The Communists, the Police, and the Garden Meeting, by Julius Gerber. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 February 24 The Communists Succeed in Uniting the Socialist, by George T. Steinhardt. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 February 24 The Debate That Will Thrill New York. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 Editor's Corner, by James Oneal. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 February 24 The Hour of Decision, by Dr. S. Lipschitz. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 February 24 Aid to Our Austrian Comrades. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 Liberty and Not Dictatorship for the Working Masses, by B. C. Vladeck. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 February 24 The Meeting at the Garden. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 Austrian Rising Greatest Labor Epic Since Days of the Paris Commune. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 The Labor Committee. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 Green Flays the Butchery in Austria. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 How Fascism Worked in Austria even before the Bloody Fighting. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 Workers Rally to Aid Vienna Workers. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 February 24 In the Central States, by August Claessens. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 February 24 Top o' the Leader Tower with Reader 'n' Boosters, by James Oneal. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 February 24 How War on Austrian Masses was Planned by Dolfuss, the Infamous, on Heimwehr Orders. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 September 29 Morris Hillquit in the International, by Th. Dan. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 September 29 Hillquit Memorial Meeting. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 September 29 But Workers Must Eat. Reel #3.
The New Leader 1934 September 29 As a Little Girl First Saw Morris Hillquit, by Gertude Weil Klein. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Hillquit the Lawyer, by S. John Block. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 The Noblest Traditions of Mankind, by Charles A. Beard. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 He Saved His Class, by James Oneal. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 His Vision is Needed, by George R. Kirkpatrick. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Fighter for Labor, by William Green. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Cruel Loss, by Camille Huvsmans. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Shining Memory, by Frank R. Crosswaith. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Continue This Work, by Morris Hillquit. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Dreamer and Doer, by Maurice Feinstone. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Story of Fifty Years of Devotion to Socialism, by William Feigenbaum. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Morris Hillquit's Movement, by E. H. Thomas. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Respected and Honored by World Socialism, by Algernon Lee. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 An Enduring Inspiration, by Harry Midgley. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Hillquit and the Woman Suffrage Clause, by Harriot Stanton Blatch. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Lover of Mankind, by Harry W. Laidler. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Czechoslovak Workers and Morris Hillquit, by Frantisek Soukup. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Three Great Men, by James H. Maurer. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Before the Dawn, by Emile Vandervelde. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 The Rare Quality of Morris Hillquit, by Anita Block. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 New York Labor Committee Cites Socialist Work with Unions. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Morris Hillquit and Our International, by David Dubinsky. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Missionary of Socialism, by Arthur Hendersen. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Fragrant Memory, by Otto Wels. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Great Man and a Great Soul, by Jacob Panken. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 He Was My Leader, by Abraham Cahan. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Liberals Ape Communist Slanders in Irresponsible Charges of Sell-Outs and Disaster, Strike Observer Claims. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Danish Workers Honor Hillquit's Memory, by Tharvaid Stauning. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 In Comradeship, by G. A. Hoehn. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Bridge Between America and Europe, by Raphael Abramowitsch. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Modernized Structure, Wider Vision, Seen as Chief Need.., by B. Levitin. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 His Vision of Clarity, by F. M. Wibaut. Reel #4
The New Leader 1934 October 6 The Basic Principles of the Modern Socialist Movement, by August Tyler. Reel #3
The New Leader 1934 October 6 What Made Him Great, by Louis Waldman. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Executive Committee of Maryland Protests Actions of N.E.C., by Samuel M. Neistadt. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Who Is Splitting the Party? by Julius Gerber. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 March 2 No, Mr. Woll, We're Not Against Social Revolution. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 What's Back of Suspending the Indiana Charter?, by James Oneal. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 March 2 A Fascist Accuser of the Indiana Socialists! Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Statement of State Executive Committee on the Suspension of the Indiana Charter. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Pittsburgh Thomas Meeting a Hint to Socialist Locals Everywhere. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Conn. Socialist Block Machine Gun Purchase. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Policy of the Party Reversed by the N.E.C. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Judicial Fist Strikes Unionism, Wage Structure is Threatened! Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 More Evidence That Revolutionary Policy Committee Program Is the Baby of the Lovestone Communists, by Samuel M. Neisstadt. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Philadelphia Partyites Working with Labor Council. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Nailing a Falsehood, by Emma Henry. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Fund Drive Rally Builds New Interest in Socialism. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 The Workers Abroad, by William Feigenbaum. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Socialism Only Hope Left for Suffering Masses, by Harry W. Laidler. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Figures Didn't Back up Claim of Krueger, by William M. Feigenbaum. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Militants Out in the Open Against New Leader. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 'Democracy' Comes to the USSR. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 March 2 Challenge to Economic Order Sounded by Montana Labor, by Ida Crouch Hazlett. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Auto Workers Press Fight for Unionization, by L. S. Davidow. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Karl Marx's Labor Policy. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Workman's Circle Celebrates its 35th Anniversary. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 What American Radicals Think, by William E. Bohn. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Socialism: Revolution of Minds, by Victor L. Berger. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 The Socialist Party's May Day Manifesto. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 The Dictatorship of the Proletariat, by K. Kautsky. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Socialism Alone is the Hope of a Sorely Troubled World, by J. Baskin. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Hosts of Labor to March in Greatest Demonstration, by Henry Fruchter. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 National Labor Conference is Called to Meet Monday. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Tamiment Institute Wins Support of Many Leaders, by George Field. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Lewis Warns That Expulsion of New York Would Split Party, by Alfred Baker Lewis. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Cleveland Unions in Big Demonstration, by Sidney Yellen. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 The Workers Abroad, by John Powers. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Their First May Day Celebration, by Gertrude Weil Klein. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 New Problems and Old Illusions, by Social Democrat. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Austrian Fascism Writes its Own Death Warrant, by John Powers. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Bay State Socialists in Significant Conference April 27. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Noble Ideals of the First May Day Thrill the Workers Today, by M. C. Feinstone. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 What Labor Wants, by William Green. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 When Karl Marx Sent Greetings to Lincoln. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 An Appeal to Trade Unionists, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Karl Marx in Role of Advisor to American Labor Movement. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Oneal at Debs Branch. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Socialism on the Road to Power, by Raphael Abramowitsch. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Labor's Internationalism is Not Just Brotherly Love, by Algernon Lee. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 A. F. of L. Founded May Day in Eight Hour Day Fight, by James Oneal. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 More Government in Business, by Harry W. Laidler. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Socialist Majority in Basel Government. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Socialist Puppet Show Carries Biscuit Strike Message, by Joel Lloyd. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 The Labor Week, by Chester M. Wright. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 April 27 New Address for Labor and Socialist International. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 April 27 Fifty Years of Belgian Socialism, by Herman Kobbe. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 A Jubilee of the American Labor Movement, by Joseph Schlossberg. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Churches to Hear Strong Plea for Justice on Labor Sunday. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Textile Workers on Labor Day, by Francis J. Gorman. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 12 NY Unions Plan Big Drive to Unionize Hotel Industry. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Two Reading Members Bear Brunt of Labor's Fight in Harrisburg, by Darlington Hoopes. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Fifty Years of American Labor, by James Oneal. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 War on Hitlerism is the First Duty of the American Workers, by J. Baskin. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 German Workers Fight Hitler Rule as Strike Rises in Germany. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Fifty Years of International Socialism Told in Beer's Book, by William M. Feigenbaum. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Oregon Unions Vote to Back Labor Party. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Building of New Order is Labor's Mighty Task. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Labor Unions and Company 'Unions,' by John P. Frey. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Labor Day Began Fifty Years Ago in Days of Henry George Battle, by Julius Gerber. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 A Labor Day Speech (Not) Delivered by the President. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 August 31 The Textile Union's Bill. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 August 31 John Stuart Mill on Socialism, by John Stuart Mill. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Labor and Consumers' Cooperative Organizations, by John F. McNamee. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Five Bridgeport Solons Score Heavily in Session at Hartford, by Abraham Knepler. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 August 31 Labor in State Backs A. F. of L. Nazi Boycott. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Socialists Flay Otis Opinion Against the Labor Relations Act, by Louis Waldman. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Federal Probers in Terre Haute to Report. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Mass Meeting of Loyal Socialist Party Members Sunday, Dec. 29. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 December 28 The Workers Abroad, by John Powers. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Debs in Atlanta Penitentiary, by William M. Feigenbaum. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Sidelights on Swedish Socialism. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Cry of Protest from Russia Exiles Reaches World Socialist Movement. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Back of the Bridgeport Victories, by Lena Morrow Lewis. Reel #4
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Important Series by Karl Kautsky In New Leader Begins Next Week. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Socialists Fight Wage Slashes in Reading, Penna. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Socialist League of Furriers' Union Backs Officials. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1935 December 28 Socialists Fight Wage Cuts in Reading. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1938 October 22 US Democracy Worth Saving, by William E. Bohn. Reel #4
The New Leader 1938 October 22 Karl Kautsky, Dean of World Socialists, Dies; Was Last of Generation Which Knew Karl Marx, by Algernon Lee. Reel #4
The New Leader 1938 October 22 Labor to Play Major Role in Realignment, by Borris Shub. Reel #4
The New Leader 1938 October 22 A.L.P. Rejects Communist Aid, by Luigi Antonini. Reel #4
The New Leader 1938 October 22 Social Democratic Federation at Work, by Karl Kautsky. Reel #4
The New Leader 1938 October 22 Anti-Nazi Demonstrators Mask Brazil's Sympathy for Fascist Axis, by Bryce Oliver. Reel #4
The New Leader 1938 October 22 Cahan Sees Kautsky Death as Severe Loss to World Culture, by Abraham Cahan. Reel #4
The New Leader 1938 October 22 Chamberlain's Policy of "Realism" Hands Nazi Regime First Big Game, by Bernard Moore. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 January 24 Socialism and Human Nature, by Max Eastman. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 January 24 Constitution Seen as Providing Best Framework for Democracy to Operate, by Harvey Pinney. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 January 24 The Guild: Unrivalled Acting in "The Rivals," by Joseph T. Shipley. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 April 4 The Trial of Gene Debs[:] Greek Drama in Cleveland, by Max Eastman. Reel #3
The New Leader 1942 April 4 Greek Drama in Cleveland, by Max Eastman. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 April 11 City of London Used Nazi Counterweight Against French Policy, by Boris Souvarine. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 April 11 Where the News Ends, by Willi Schlamn. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 April 11 Jayhawk Nazi Seeks 1942 Senate Seat, by Walter K. Lewis. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 April 11 LaFollette Bill Seeks to Curb Anti-Union Acts. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1942 April 11 Tory Tax Scheme Would Hurt Those Already Hardest Hit, by William Withers. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 April 11 Tory Press Snipes at Gov't Propaganda, by George Short. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 April 11 Blueprints for Adequate Society Depend on Democratic Planning, by Ursula Hubbard Duffus. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 April 11 The Home Front, by William E. Bohn. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 October 17 Where the News Ends, by Alexander Kahn. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 October 17 End of Commissars Seen as Climax to Red Army-Political Duel, by George Decker. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 October 17 Lewis Set to Start Organizing Drives, Murray Holds Key to Peace, by T. R. Greene. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 October 17 Reveal New Facts on Fascist Group Working in West, by Kenneth Vaughan. Reel #4
The New Leader 1942 October 17 McNutt, Army Struggle for Manpower Authority Over Jobs & Workers. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1942 October 17 Admiral Moreell Raps Press Distortion of Speech to A. F. of L. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1942 October 17 Editorial Comment - Eugene Victor Debs. Reel #4.
The New Leader 1943 October 23 Suggestions for Conversation in the Kremlin, by Max Eastman. Reel #4
The New Leader 1943 October 23 Some English Opinions of De Gaulle, by Andre Raynal. Reel #4
The New Leader 1943 October 23 A Picture of Pre-Hitler Germany, by William F. Sollman. Reel #4
The New Leader 1943 October 23 The Home Front, by William E. Bohn. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 January 1 It Happened Last Week, by Benelmo. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 January 1 Towards a New 'New Deal.' Reel #4.
The New Leader 1944 January 1 Capital Round-Up Shows New Deal Died a Year Ago, by Johnathan Stout. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 January 1 AFL Leader Presents a Program for Post War Jobs, by Matthew Woll. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 January 1 The Rebirth of Political Credulity, by Sidney Hook. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 January 1 A New London from the Ruins of the Old - Labor Has the Plan, by Lord Lutham. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 April 1 Dubinsky Backs Roosevelt Scares Hillman-C. P. Alliance, by David Dubinsky. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 April 1 Labor and the Negroes, by Bernard Gittelson. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 April 1 Labor Trouble Flares at Ford, by Frank Marquart. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 April 1 Is America Going Fascist? by Henry Bamford Parkes. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 April 1 American Labor Conference Calls for Council of United Nations, by Varian Fry. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 April 1 Polish Socialist Underground Appeals to British Labor, by Liston M. Oak. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 April 1 A Progressive Postwar Economic Program, by William Withers. Reel #4
The New Leader 1944 April 1 For a New Political Party! Reel #4.
The New Leader 1948 January 31 Irving Stone's Novel on Debs, by James Oneal. Reel #4
The New Leader 1948 January 31 Russia's One Day Parliament, by Victor M. Chernov. Reel #4
The New Leader 1948 January 31 Notes on Soviet Cultural Life; Artists as Engineers, by Melvin J. Lasky. Reel #4
The New Leader 1948 January 31 Alert! From the Cold War Front, by The New Leader Washington Bureau. Reel #4
The New Leader 1948 January 31 Panama and Good Neighbor Policy, by Robert J. Alexander. Reel #4
The New Leader 1949 July 30 Life and Work of Debs, by August Claessens. Reel #4
The New Leader 1949 July 30 American Labor Movement - Complete, by Stephen Naft. Reel #4
The New View 1931 April Socialist Party Platform of Camden New Jersey. Reel #4.
The New View 1931 April How Racine Joined the Growing Ranks of Wisconsin Socialist Cities. Reel #4.
The New View 1931 April Rev. Frank Kingdon, East Orange, Affiliates with Socialist Party. Reel #4.
The New World 1916 August Debs A Hustler for the New World, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The New World 1916 August Woman, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The New World 1916 August Hearing Debs, by George F. Hibner. Reel #4
The New World 1916 September The Child, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York American 1920 December 10 Shall Debs be Killed? by Norman Hapgood. Reel #4
New York Call 1910 December 10 Help For Our Japanese Comrades, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1912 January 27 Eugene V. Debs; Socialist Candidate for President of the U.S., by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1913 May 1 May Day and the Revolution, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1913 May 12 The Convicted Iron Workers, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1913 June 28 Debs Denounces Vilifiers of W. Va Committee Report, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1914 October 31 Woman's Struggle for the Ballot, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1915 March 10 That Gigantic Bomb Plot, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1916 January 25 Review of a "View of Socialism," by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1917 September 24 Boston Socialist Demands Mooney's Life be Spared. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 September 24 Party Gets Whirlwind Start for Campaign. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 September 24 Up to the Minute Official Socialist News. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 September 24 Socialist Invites Rivals to Debate. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 September 24 Avalanche of Thunderous Cheers Greets Socialist Stand Bearers At They Voice Appeal for Real Peace. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 September 24 Rivalry Between I. W. W. and A. F. L. In West Probed. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 September 24 War Will End Within Year, Says Socialist. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 September 24 Spread the Living Gospel of Socialism. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Pinchot Sees War Protest in Hillquit Vote. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Post Pays Tribute to Fine Hillquit Campaign. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Socialist Women to Celebrate Victory. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Socialists' Hard Fight for Suffrage in New York Wins Justice for Women. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Capital Sees Rebuke in Big Socialist Vote. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 What it Means. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Socialists Win 18 State and City Posts. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Elected Lawmakers to Carry Out Socialist Party Promises. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Up to the Minute Official Socialist News. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Kick out the "Labor Fakir." Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Hillquit's Running Mates Close Behind. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 All Socialist Winners Will Speak at Jubilee. Reel #4.
New York Call 1917 November 8 Socialist Results Outside New York. Reel #4.
New York Call 1919 March 22 To Victor 'Gene, by S. A. DeWitt. Reel #4
New York Call 1919 August 28 Workers' Press Need of the Hour, by W. F. Dunn. Reel #4
New York Call 1919 August 28 Hurry Millenium With Free Press, by James J. Bagley. Reel #4
New York Call 1919 August 28 Herald of Russian Freedom Is the Call, by Santeri Nuorteva. Reel #4
New York Call 1919 August 28 Labor Movement's Backbone, Its Press, by G. A. Hoehn. Reel #4
New York Call 1919 August 28 Launched in 1908, Workers' Organ Has Never Failed Trust, by William Morris Feigenbaum. Reel #4
New York Call 1919 August 28 The Chicago Socialists Rejoice With Their Eastern Comrades, by J. Louis Engdahl. Reel #4
New York Call 1919 September Debs' Renunciation, by Joseph W. Sharts. Reel #4
New York Call 1920 February 12 Though Jailed, He Speaks; Debs' Daily Message, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1920 February 12 Official Socialist News; The Appeal of Local New York. Reel #4.
New York Call 1920 May 17 Official Socialist News. Reel #4.
New York Call 1920 May 17 Though Jailed, He Speaks, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call 1920 May 17 Jersey A. F. of L. Turns Down Bid of Labor Party. Reel #4.
New York Call 1920 May 17 Explaining the Socialists. Reel #4.
New York Call 1921 February 2 Debs in Jail Extends Pardon to President. Reel #4.
New York Call 1921 April 30 Workman's Circle, in Convention Tomorrow, Will Report Greatest Year of Long HIstory as Leader of Jewish Socialists and Workers in U.S., by William Feigenbaum. Reel #4
New York Call n.d. n.d. James Whitcomb Riley, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Call n.d. n.d. American Citizenship and Marriage, by Inez Milholland Boissevain. Reel #4
New York Evening Journal 1926 June 24 The World Struggle, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Evening Post 1930 December 15 Debs and the Poets, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Evening World 1908 August 19 Socialism Aims To Overthrow Republicanism, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Evening World 1926 October 26 Eugene V. Debs - The Man. Reel #4.
New York Herald 1894 July 12 No General Strike. Reel #4.
New York Herald 1894 July 12 To Impeach Olney. Reel #4.
New York Herald 1894 November 14 Report on the Big Strike. Reel #4.
New York Herald Tribune 1941 February 20 David Karsner, Journalist and Author, 51, Dies. Reel #4.
New York Leader 1926 February 20 An Open Letter to the Miners in the Anthracite, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Leader 1927 December 3 Clarence Darrow on Debs, by Clarence Darrow. Reel #4
New York New Leader 1925 September 5 Labor's Prisoners, by Theodore Debs. Reel #4
New York New Leader 1925 September 5 Salutation to the Workers, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York New Leader 1942 February 21 Leon Blum Replies to His Accusers. Reel #4.
New York People 1906 February 3 Proletarian Pointers, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Sun 1908 June 1 The Socialist Deify Debs. Reel #4.
New York Telegram 1928 November 16 It Seems to Me, by Heywood Broun. Reel #4
New York Times 1921 December 26 Debs is Released, Prisoners Joining Crowd in Ovation. Reel #4.
New York Times 1921 December 26 Debs Gets "In Bad." Reel #4.
New York Times 1921 December 27 Debs Sees Harding; Not Asked, He Says, to Alter His Views. Reel #4.
New York Times 1921 December 28 Debs Reprimanded for First Address Since His Release. Reel #4.
New York Times 1925 October 31 Communists Ask Debs to Endorse Gitlow. Reel #4.
New York Times 1926 October 24 Debs Swayed a Host by Appeal to Hearts, by Louis Stark. Reel #4
New York Times 1926 October 25 15,000 Honor Debs at Garden Meeting. Reel #4.
New York Times 1930 May 25 Emerson Portrayed Against His American Background. Reel #4.
New York Times 1930 May 25 Debs, That Fighting Rebel, in Two Biographies, by Rose C. Feld. Reel #4
New York Tribune 1920 November 11 One Vote for Debs. Reel #4.
New York Worker 1903 October 25 Graft vs. the Same Thing. Reel #4.
New York Worker 1906 January 27 Proletarian Pointers, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Worker 1906 February 26 Proletarian Pointers, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Worker 1906 March 17 Proletarian Pointers, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Worker 1906 March 17 Current Literature. Reel #4.
New York Worker 1906 July 7 The Congressional Campaign, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
New York Worker 1906 July 28 The Socialist Party and the Trade Unions, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The New York World 1906 April 30 Socialism in America - What It Means, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The New York World 1925 October 11 George D. Herron Dead in Germany. Reel #4.
Oakland World 1918 December 6 Our Theodore. Reel #4.
Oakland World 1919 April 4 Little Love Letter from Theodore Debs, by Theodore Debs. Reel #4
Oakland World 1920 July 16 The Debs Family. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1903 October 24 Class Conscious Solidarity, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 9 Socialist Party Backing Debs. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 9 Party Conference August 10. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 9 Triumphant Russia, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 24 As Others See Us. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 24 Debs Defense Well Under Way. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 24 Socialist Party Activities. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 24 Piqua Socialist Fight Unscrupulous Politicians. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 31 Woman - Comrade and Equal, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 7 National Conference to Hear Socialist Campaign Outlook. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 7 Debs to Open Summit Co. Campaign. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 7 Censorship Club Wielded Against Socialist, by Special Correspondent. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 7 Brown's Meetings are Successful[;] Debs is Coming. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 7 Socialist Kiddies Take Outing. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 7 Will Socialism Compel Church to Teach True Christianity, by W. S. James. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 7 Gene Debs Ready for Free Speech Struggle. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 21 Negroes Organizing in Socialist Party. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 21 Socialist Party Activities. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 21 Debs Defines Purpose of Socialist Movement. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 21 News of the International Labor Movement. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 21 German Socialist Worry the Kaiser, by Arthur Brisbane. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 21 A Tribute to Debs, by Samuel S. Condo, Rev. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 21 Urge Labor to Back Up Soviets. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 28 Beery Surveys Socialist Activities. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 28 Eugene V. Debs' Hail to Comrades. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 28 7,000 Socialist Shot. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 28 To Party Members. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 28 Socialist Party Activities. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 August 28 Socialist Movement Revolutionary, by Charles H. Vail. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 4 Socialist Party Membership Shows Gain. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 4 Congressional Platform of the Socialist Party. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 4 Socialist Party Activities. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 4 Help Get $1,000,000 Fund to Aid Party's Big Fight, His Plea, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 11 Debs Needs Your Help. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 11 Debs Dates in Ohio. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 11 Leaders Should Lead to Self Reliance, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 11 Trial of Eugene V. Debs, Noted Socialist, Begins, by J. Louis Engdahl. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 11 Sow Seeds of Socialism. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 11 Socialist Party Activities. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 11 Socialist Sentiment. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 11 Love Is Service, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 18 Sow Seeds of Socialism. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 18 Debs Needs Your Help. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 18 Facing Prison, Debs Stands with the Oppressed, by Louis Engdahl. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 18 For the Defense of Debs. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 18 Socialist Party Activities. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 September 18 Debs' Speech to Jury Not Mailable. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1919 August 13 Debs Goes to Prison, by David Karsner. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1919 August 13 What is Socialist Propaganda? Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1919 August 13 An Open Letter to You, Mr. President - What's Your Answer? by Joseph W. Sharts. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1919 August 13 Socialists Lose Street Fight. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1919 September 3 The Prison. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1919 September 3 The Life of Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1919 September 3 Debs Renunciation, by Joseph W. Sharts. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1919 September 3 Debs vs. "The Best and Freest Government on Earth." Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1919 September 3 Debs Goes to Prison, by David Karsner. Reel #4
The Ohio Socialist 1919 September 3 The Man. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1919 September 3 "If You Can, Return in Thirty Days," Debs. Reel #4.
The Ohio Socialist 1919 September 3 Debs III. Reel #4.
The Open Letter 1910 December 1 Comrade Deb's Message. Reel #4.
Party Builder 1912 August 9 Let Us Build, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
Party Builder 1917 July 5 The Need for Organization, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
People's World n.d. n.d. Honest Abe, by Mike Quinn. Reel #4
The Progressive (LaFollette's Magazine) 1931 November 7 Mrs. LaFollette's Great Work for Suffrage, by Marie Jennie Howe. Reel #4
The Progressive (LaFollette's Magazine) 1942 May 16 Take Care, Mr. Biddle, by Oscar Ameringer. Reel #4
The Progressive (LaFollette's Magazine) 1943 November 15 Death Claims Oscar Ameringer. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 January 1 Special Notice, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Railway Times 1895 January 15 The Case of Debs. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 February 15 Conspiracy Trial. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 February 15 Law of Contempt, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Railway Times 1895 March 1 The Government. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 March 1 Political Lessons, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Railway Times 1895 March 15 At the Auditorium. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 March 15 The New Politics. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 April 15 Chauncey M. Depew. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 May 1 Labor, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Railway Times 1895 July 15 A. F. of L. Speaks. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 July 15 Prison Life. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 July 15 Prison Pens. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 July 15 From Woodstock. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 July 15 Not Despondent. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 July 15 Agony and Prayer. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 August 1 Expressions and Opinions. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 August 1 A Day with Debs. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 August 1 A Ringing Call. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 August 15 Woodstock Prison. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 August 15 Labor Day Edition of Railway Times, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Railway Times 1895 September 2 Burning Questions, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Railway Times 1895 September 16 Labor Day in Evansville. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 September 16 Labor Day at the Home of Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 September 16 The Railway Times and E. V. Debs. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 November 1 Labor Literature. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 November 1 November 22, 1895. Reel #4.
The Railway Times 1895 December 2 Out of Prison. Reel #4.
Reading Labor Advocate 1955 October 21 Debs Centennial Plans Include T. V., N. Y. Times. Reel #4.
Reading Labor Advocate 1956 February 3 Soc. Sec. Admin. Denies Job to Splinter Socialists. Reel #4.
Reading Labor Advocate 1956 February 3 Debs Dinner a Huge Success. Reel #4.
The Rebel 1912 January 6 Debs Asks: - "Where Do You Stand?" by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Rebel 1912 July 6 Sweeping the South, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Rebel 1913 February 8 Lining Up for Battle, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Rebel 1914 October 31 Texas in the Present Campaign, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Rebel 1915 February 20 Two Kinds of Letters, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
The Rebel 1915 February 20 Recognition, by Theodore Debs. Reel #4
The Rebel 1916 July 1 The Rebel's Fifth Anniversary, by Theodore Debs. Reel #4
Reynolds News 1956 July Socialist Commentary. Reel #4.
San Diego Union 1944 July 19 Rail Veteran, 91, Gets 'Clearance' on Birthday. Reel #4.
The San Francisco Call 1925 August 21 "Nil Nisi Borum." Reel #4.
San Francisco Examiner 1926 March 25 Plain Talk about E. V. Debs, Ex-Citizen, by James Weber Linn. Reel #4
Schenectady Citizen 1922 May 19 Debs Denounces Harding for Slighting Children's Crusade. Reel #4.
Schenectady Citizen 1923 November 30 Eugene V. Debs is Compelled to Cancel All Lecture Dates. Reel #4.
Seattle Record 1926 October 21 Debs. Reel #4.
Seattle Record 1926 October 22 Eugene Debs, by A. H. Harris. Reel #4
Seattle Socialist 1902 October 26 ABC of Socialism - - No. 7, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #4
Seattle Union Record 1926 December 18 Debs and the Committee Chairman, by Robert Whitaker. Reel #4
Social Justice 1936 March 13 Communism on the Air. Reel #5.
The Socialist (Caldwell, ID) 1906 July 28 Whole Working Class, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Socialist Action 1934 October 20 Socialists Help Textile Strikers on Many Fronts. Reel #5.
Socialist Action 1934 October 20 United Socialist Drive for Funds Nets $10,038.85. Reel #5.
Socialist Action 1934 October 20 Austrian Hero's Tour Aids Drive Against Fascism. Reel #5.
Socialist Action 1934 October 20 Forward, March! by Leo Krzychi. Reel #5
Socialist Action 1934 November 17 The Life of the Party, by Jimmy Higgins. Reel #5
Socialist Action 1934 November 17 Spanish Socialism Pictured in 'Arise.' Reel #5.
Socialist Action 1934 November 17 Debs and Hillquit Movies Available. Reel #5.
Socialist Action 1934 November 17 Rallies Will Open Drive to Extend Party Resources. Reel #5.
Socialist Advance 1952 April Our Socialist Vision. Reel #5.
Socialist Advance 1952 April Young Comms. Quote Laski - But Not in Full! Reel #5.
Socialist Advance 1953 March Only Socialism Can Bring World Peace. Reel #5.
Socialist Advance 1955 October Eight Million Demand Government Action Now! Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1936 October 24 Florida High Court Hears Socialist Ballot Protest. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1936 October 24 Hoan Urges Large Socialist Vote, by Daniel W. Hoan. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1939 September 2 The Man Unafraid, by M'Alister Coleman. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1939 September 2 Green Hails Debs, by William Green. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1939 September 2 Debs' Teaching. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1939 September 2 Young Socialists at Work. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1939 September 2 Socialist Leader Says Pact with Hitler Logical Result of Communist Political Line, by Norman Thomas. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1939 September 2 On the Map with the Socialist Party. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1948 April 16 Socialist Wins Student Vote. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1948 April 16 Party Growth Spurs Attendance at Socialist National Convention. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1948 April 16 Labor and Socialist Groups Plan United May Day Meet in New York. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1948 April 16 Conn. Socialists Open Push to Elect Governor. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1948 April 16 When Should Socialists Seek Public Ownership? by William Becker. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1948 April 16 India Socialists Uphold Nehru's Foreign Policy. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1948 April 16 Socialist Backed by CIO, AFL-Milwaukee Mayor. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1948 April 16 McLaurin Proposes ADA Endorse Norman Thomas, by John V. Holmes. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1948 October 29 48 Reasons to Vote for Norman Thomas in '48, by Warner Fischer. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1948 October 29 Why I Am for Thomas, by Philip Randolph. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1948 October 29 Why I Am for Thomas, by Dorothy Thompson. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1948 October 29 We Choose Norman Thomas Because . . . Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1949 March 11 Labor Works to Repeal State Anti-Labor Laws. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1949 March 11 Is the Truman Program Socialism? by Norman Thomas. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1949 March 11 Socialist Call Becomes Bi-Weekly. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1952 June 13 Act Now on Cloture Rule, Socialist Party Urges. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1952 June 13 Hoopes and Friedman Named Socialist Candidates in the 1952 Campaign. Reel #5.
The Socialist Call 1952 June 13 Marxism and the Rise of Capitalism, by Ernest Untermann. Reel #5
The Socialist Call 1952 June 13 Jamaican Socialist Spike CP Plot, by Meyer Miller. Reel #5
Socialist Campaign Bulletin 1921 n.d. Vote at Election, November 8, 1921. Reel #5.
Socialist Campaign Bulletin n.d. n.d. Socialist Candidates for Board of Education. Reel #5.
Socialist Campaign Bulletin n.d. n.d. Frances E. Willard on Socialism. Reel #5.
Socialist Campaign Bulletin n.d. n.d. Socialist Have Candidate for Municipal Judge. Reel #5.
Socialist Campaign Bulletin n.d. n.d. What is Socialism? Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 February 13 How Capitalism Defamed Abraham Lincoln Before His Death! Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 February 13 Prohibition as a Socialist Sees It! by Carl Minkley. Reel #5
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 February 13 For Those Who Do Not Know! Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 April 9 Socialist Agitation to Go On! Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 April 9 No Hope for People Outside of Socialism. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 April 9 Birth Control, Fad or Non-Fad[:] Where do Socialists Stand? by James Maxton. Reel #5
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 April 9 Milwaukee Goes Socialist. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 April 9 Meet Milwaukee's New Socialist Alderman - Twelve in All Elected. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 April 9 World Socialism Mourns for Turati, Italian Leader. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 May 21 Capitalism Dying of Own Venom. Socialism Comes. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 May 21 The Story of Socialist Milwaukee. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 May 21 Growth of Socialism in Milwaukee. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 May 28 Kautsky Lays Bare the Fallacies of Russian Communism. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 May 28 Socialist Convention Names Thomas and Maurer! Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 May 28 Here's the New National Socialist Platform. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 May 28 Capitalism Dying of Own Venom. Socialism Comes. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 May 28 To the Socialists of Wisconsin. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 October 1 Socialists Ask Prosperity that Reaches Every Home! by Norman Thomas. Reel #5
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 October 1 'By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them.' Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 October 1 Thomas Day in Milwaukee. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 October 1 Our Study Class in Socialism. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 October 1 What Is This Socialism? This Tells the New Reader. Reel #5.
The Socialist Campaigner 1932 October 1 The Socialist Victory in Sweden. Reel #5.
Socialist Democrat Herald 1903 October 17 Teddy's Stab at Unionism, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Socialist Democrat Herald 1903 October 24 Crimes of Capitalism, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Socialist Review 1906 September 1 Crumbling Capitalism, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Socialist World 1920 December 15 A Plea to Each Party Member, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Socialist World 1920 December 15 Marx and Engels, by Morris Hillquit. Reel #5
Socialist World 1920 December 15 The Socialist Party and the Communist International. Reel #5.
Socialist World 1920 December 15 Frederick Engels, by William M. Feigenbaum. Reel #5
Socialist World 1920 December 15 The Eternal Enemies, by H. L. Mencken. Reel #5
Socialist World 1922 June The Reward of "Patriotism," by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 June 6 A Comrade's Tribute! by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 June 13 Why There A re Trusts, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 June 27 Debs Writes of the West, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 July 4 Class-Conscious Courts, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 July 11 Chattering Chauncey Challenged, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 August 15 Eugene V. Debs Writes Father T. J. Hagerty, A Noted Socialist Priest, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 August 22 The Passing Show, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 August 29 Some Moving Pictures, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 September 19 Striking the Lights, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 November 7 The Motley Procession, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 November 14 Shots by Debs, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 November 21 Some Southern Scenes, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 November 28 Debs Writes of the Socialist Outlook, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 December 5 Debs Comments on Current Events, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1903 December 12 Debs Discusses the Parry-sites, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1904 February 13 Why Peabodyism Exists, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1904 February 20 A Bishop's Bewilderment, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1904 March 19 Some Timely Topics, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1904 April 30 A Politician Rightly Labelled, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1904 June 25 Debs on Colorado!! Reel #5.
South Dakota Herald 1904 July 9 Moving Pictures, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1904 August 6 Debs Writes of Moyer, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
South Dakota Herald 1905 August 12 Our Thieves in Broadcloth! by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Southern Worker 1913 March Working Class Power, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Southern Worker 1914 April Organization and Emancipation, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
St. Louis Labor 1926 March 27 Restore Eugene V. Debs' Citizenship. Reel #5.
St. Louis Labor 1926 May 2 Eugene V. Debs Registers for Election. Reel #5.
St. Louis Labor 1926 June 19 "Eugene V. Debs in Cincinnati," by Theodore Debs. Reel #5
St. Louis Labor 1926 August 28 1926 - Labor Day - 1926, by Frank Morrison. Reel #5
St. Louis Labor 1926 August 28 Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5.
St. Louis Labor 1926 August 28 Socialist Party of Missouri. Reel #5.
St. Louis Post Dispatch 1925 November 6 Legacy of Debs Sung to Tune of National Hymn. Reel #5.
St. Louis Post Dispatch 1925 November 7 This Man Debs. Reel #5.
The Student Challenge 1924 May A Christian Crusade Against War, by Harry Emerson Fosdick. Reel #5
The Sunday Sentinel 1894 July 1 Strike Is Growing. Reel #3.
Terre Haute Advocate 1944 September 4 "Walls and Bars" for Fighting Friend of Labor. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Post 1926 July 4 Ford's Plan Saves Them. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 21 Debs' Life. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 21 Debs Idolized by Followers. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 21 Eugene V. Debs, by Mrs. Walter Ferguson. Reel #5
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 21 The 'Homecomings' of 'Gene Debs,' by Mabel McKee. Reel #5
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 21 Debs' Body on Way to T. H. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 21 Riley Dedicated Verse to Debs. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 21 Debs Made Own Acquittal Plea. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 22 Debs Praised by Woman Physician, by Madge Stephen. Reel #5
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 22 Women's Freedom Was Dream of Debs. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 22 Hillquit Coming to Debs Funeral. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Post 1926 October 22 Debs' Body Lies in State. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1907 May 18 Roosevelt's Labor Letters, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Star 1911 September 28 Steel Trust Cutting Wages. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 27 Debs Advocates Liberation of All Prisoners. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 27 Debs to Arrive about 7 o'clock Wednesday Eve. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 27 Harding Talks With Debs at White House, by Everett C. Watkins. Reel #5
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 28 Socialists Pay Homage to Freed Party Leader. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 28 Debs on Way Home. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 28 Debs Is Scolded for His Address in Washington. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 29 Hunter Greets Socialist while Mrs. Debs Waits, by W. F. Griffin. Reel #5
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 29 Sufferers in Famine Eat Bodies of Dead. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 29 Thousands Greet Socialists Head on Return Home, by Guy Brenton. Reel #5
Terre Haute Star 1921 December 29 Station Overflows for Debs Reception. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1923 December 25 Debs Estate Sale Recall Old Shops. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1925 July 23 Observance of Riley Day is Again Success. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1925 October 3 Insists Saklatvala is Bullets Advocate. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 March 10 Debs and Wife Will Take Trip. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 21 Brother Kept Constant Vigil, by Nora Ball Ragsdale. Reel #5
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 21 Riley's Tribute to 'Gene Debs. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 21 Max Ehrman's Tribute Noted. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 21 Terre Haute People, Many of Whom Knew Debs Personally, Gives Estimates of Him. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 21 By Hard Study Became Orator. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 21 World Mourns Passing of Gene Debs. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 21 Debs Dies After Long Illness. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 21 Boyhood Chum Recalls Some Incidents in Eugene Debs' Life. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 21 Gene Often Prey for Newsboys. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 22 Tribute to Debs. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1926 October 22 Debs' Body to Lie in State for Public View Today. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1933 October 21 Pay Tribute to Debs' Memory. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Star 1939 January 31 Terre Haute Tales - Looking Back Over the Seventies, Eighties, by A. C. Duddleston. Reel #5
Terre Haute Star 1939 September 17 What Terre Hauteans Read in the Newspapers of 40 Years Ago, by S. W. Snively. Reel #5
Terre Haute Star 1944 April 24 Anna Bowles Wiley, Widely Known Newspaper Woman, Dies. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Sunday Star 1944 September 3 Debs Memories Recalled Here. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Toiler 1903 June 26 Moving Pictures. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Toiler 1903 October 23 "Thou Shalt Not Steal!" by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Toiler 1903 November 27 Along the Highway, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Toiler 1904 July 15 Snap Shots, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Toiler 1922 October 10 The Barons at the White House, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Tribune 1900 May 12 Eugene Debs. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1908 November 3 Where 'Gene Debs Voted. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1908 November 3 'Gene Debs Gets Ovation at Home. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1910 November 10 Debs Sees Dawn of New Era in Success of Socialism, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Tribune 1910 December 7 "Brand of Justice in Hoctor's Case the Kind that Brings Contempt of Courts"--Eugene Debs, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Tribune 1912 November 5 Debs Speaks Twice in Ending Campaign. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1912 November 11 Socialist Vote Is Around 900,000. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1913 March 2 Review of Early Days of Unionism in the City of Terre Haute, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Tribune 1913 March 18 E. V. Debs on Situation, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Tribune 1918 February 10 Gene Debs Calls Kaiser "Crazy Horse" Says Socialist Are With Wilson in War, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Terre Haute Tribune 1921 November 22 Debs Not On Pardon List - Socialist Leader Is Not Among Favored. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1921 December 27 Socialist Leader Tells Future Plans. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1921 December 27 Throngs Coming for Debs Demonstration. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1924 February 4 Debs' Property Site of Early Rail Shops. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1925 July 27 Debs Says Bryan Was No Great Progressive. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1925 July 27 In Hollywood Bowl. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1925 August 28 Debs Pleads for New Social Order. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1925 August 31 Debs Flays "Reds" in Chicago Speech Sunday. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1925 October 25 Terre Haute's Participation of World of Letters. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 March 14 Some "Blue Laws" of Early Times, by S. W. Snively. Reel #5
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 March 16 Debs, Man Without a Country. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 March 27 Debs. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 April 22 Debs Seems Safe. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 October 20 Debs Memorial This Afternoon, by Anna Bowles Wiley. Reel #5
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 October 20 Debs Memorial. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 October 21 Debs Funeral To Be Held Saturday. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 October 21 Ehrmann's Tribute to Eugene V. Debs Recalled by Death of Socialist Head. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 October 21 Riley's Tribute to 'Gene Debs. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 October 21 Debs' Body Arrives from Chicago Today. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune 1926 October 25 'Gene Debs Scans the Future; What His Vision Is, by Anna Bowles Wiley. Reel #5
Terre Haute Tribune 1955 May 12 Eugene Debs. Reel #5.
Terre Haute Tribune and Star 1959 February 22 Terre Haute's First Labor Union, by Dorothy J. Clark. Reel #5
Toledo Labor Leader 1911 March 3 The Growing Workers, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Toledo Socialist 1906 January 27 The People, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Toledo Socialist 1906 February 3 "Overlooked," by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Toledo Socialist 1906 April 21 A Few Words Mr. President. Reel #5.
Trainman News 1955 November 14 Spirit of Debs Still Lives in Unions Today. Reel #5.
Trinidad Free Press 1914 March 13 Truth Is Revealed about Smith's Death. Reel #5.
Trinidad Free Press 1914 November 20 "The Church and Industrial Warfare." Reel #5.
Trinidad Free Press 1914 November 21 "The Church and Industrial Warfare." Reel #5.
Truth 1937 April The Meaning of the Moscow Frameup - The Three Trials, by Leon Trotsky. Reel #5
Truth 1937 April Who Are the Victims of the Trials? Reel #5.
Truth 1937 April Romm Frequented Dark Paris Alleys; Trotsky Was Hundreds of Miles Away, by Leon Trotsky. Reel #5
Truth 1937 April Trotsky Bares Moscow Fraud - Noted Publicists Hear Trotsky; Stalinists Fear to Face Issue. Reel #5.
Truth 1937 April Trotsky Unanswered Questions On Commissar's Shadowy Passage, by Leon Trotsky. Reel #5
Truth 1937 April "Against the Gov't Which Exiles You, Trotsky, All Are With You," by Andre Maddux. Reel #5
Truth 1937 April A 'Purely Juridical' Evaluation of the Moscow Trials, by Leon Trotsky. Reel #5
Truth 1937 April Only Truth Can Unmask Frame-Up. Reel #5.
Truth (Duluth) 1919 March 28 Debs Defies Despots. Reel #5.
Washington Times 1921 December 27 Eager Visit with Leaders of Soviet. Reel #5.
Western Clarion 1903 June 11 Cheering Words, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Western Clarion 1903 October 22 Continuous Campaign, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
The Wisconsin Leader 1935 June 16 Gauer Eulogizes Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5.
The Workers 1943 October 17 Who Are the Inheritors of Debs? by V. J. Jerome. Reel #5
Worker's Chronicle 1914 July 17 The War for Peace, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
Worker's Chronicle 1915 February 26 The Hillquit-Gompers Debate, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #5
The World 1919 March 28 The Life of Debs. Reel #5.
The World 1919 March 28 "Rather Spend Life in Jail than Betray Socialism!" Reel #5.
The World 1920 October 22 President Wilson Agrees with Debs on Causes of War - Why Debs was Jailed. Reel #5.
The World 1921 December 26 Debs Free, Weeps as 2,300 Convicts Shout and Cheer. Reel #5.
The World 1921 December 26 Daugherty Awaits Visit from Debs. Reel #5.
The World 1921 December 26 Young Socialist Declare for Division of Republic. Reel #5.
The World 1921 December 26 Radicals Organize a Workers' Party. Reel #5.

16mm Reels

A.L.U. Journal 1903 April 16 The American Labor Union. Reel #2.
American Guardian 1939 February 17 How Things Would Work under Abundance for All, by William Edward Zeuch. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1914 January 1 War and International Socialism, by George Able England. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1914 January 1 Bravo, Arkansas Coal Diggers, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1915 March 20 Socialist and City Government, by George R. Lunn. Reel #2
The American Socialist 1916 February 12 Bourgeois Idealists, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1913 March 27 The Chance of the Child, by C. L. Phifer. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1915 January 30 Socialist Surprises in Oklahoma, by H. G. Creel. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1915 January 30 Let Us Prepare for Peace While There is War, by Allen L. Benson. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1915 January 30 If You Could See, by George Allan England. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason 1915 September 8 Louis Tikas - Ludlow's Hero, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
Appeal to Reason n.d. *n.d. A Personal Word from Debs, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Billboard 1919 August 30 Are We Losing Our Liberty? by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Call 1920 March 28 Some Approaches to Labor Education, by S. R. Slavsan. Reel #2
The Call 1920 March 28 How the Workers Are Deported: An Account of the New England Raids. Reel #2.
The Call 1920 May 9 Twenty Years of Socialist Party History, by James Oneal. Reel #2
The Call 1920 May 16 Dupes, by Sydney R. Flowers. Reel #2
The Communist 1919 December 20 The Party Organization, by C. E. Ruthenberg. Reel #1
The New Age 1934 October 6 He Fought For All Mankind, by Santiago Iglesias. Reel #2
The New Age 1934 October 6 Morris Hillquit's Heritage, by Daniel H. Hoan. Reel #2
The New Age 1934 October 6 A Hero Face-To-Face, by Tony Sender. Reel #2
The New Leader 1929 September 21 The Growing Debs Literature. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 He Served His Class, by James Oneal. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Before the Dawn, by Emile Vandervelde. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Hitler is Not the True Germany, by Emil Lengyel. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Hillquit the Lawyer, by S. John Block. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Sinclair's Epic Plan Is Only a Quack Remedy for Our Ills. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Morris Hillquit's Monument, by E. H. Thomas. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Pennsylvania Launches Drive, by Sarah Limbach. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Fighter for Labor, by William Green. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Liberals Ape Communist Slanders in Irresponsible Ploy. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 What Made Him Great, by Louis Waldman. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Modernized Structure, Wider Vision, Seen as Chief Need, by B. Levitin. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Lover of Mankind, by Harry W. Ladler. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Respected and Honored by World Socialism, by Algernon Lee. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 In Comradeship, by G. A. Hoehn. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Czechoslovak Workers and Morris Hillquit, by Frantisek Soukup. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Cruel Loss, by Camille Huvsmars. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Missionary of Socialism, by Arthur Hendersen. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 The Workers Abroad, by William M. Feigenbaum. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 His Vision is Needed, by George R. Kirkpatrick. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Karl Kautsky to be Honored by New York Socialist. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 California Needs Socialism Not an Epic Plan. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Our Revered Friend Hillquit, by Karl Kautsky. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Morris Hillquit and Our International, by David Dubinsky. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 The Basic Principles of the Modern Socialist Movement, by August Tyler. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Shining Memory, by Frank R. Crosswaith. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Socialist Work Booms in Rockland County. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 New York Labor Committee Cites Socialist Work with Unions. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 His Vision and Clarity, by F. M. Wibaut. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Story of Fifty Years of Devotion to Socialism, by William Feigenbaum. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Fragrant Memory, by Otto Wells. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 The Noblest Traditions of Mankind, by Charles A. Beard. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 An Enduring Inspiration, by Harry Midgley. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Bridge Between America and Europe, by Raphael Abramowitsch. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Why the Bitter Struggle, by Otto Baurer. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Great Man and a Great Soul, by Jacob Panken. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Danish Workers Honor Hillquit's Memory, by Tharvaid Stauning. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Dreamer and Doer, by Maurice Feinstone. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 A Man of Matchless Courage, by John P. Burke. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Hillquit and the Woman Suffrage Clause, by Harriot Stanton Blatch. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Three Great Men, by James H. Maurer. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 The Rare Quality of Morris Hillquit, by Anita Block. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 October 6 Continue This Work. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1934 October 6 He Was My Leader, by Abraham Cahan. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 December 28 Ten Years Later - A Close Friend Tells of Debs, by Seymour Sedman. Reel #2
The New Leader 1934 December 28 "Who's Ickes?" - Smith's Question Gets Answered, by Bryce Oliver. Reel #2
The New Leader 1938 October 28 Kennedy Speech Seen as Aid to Power Politics. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1938 October 28 8 Anti-Fascists in Spain Face Death on C. P. Charges. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1941 April 26 Charles Edward Russell. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1942 March 14 Reynaurd Reveals Petain's Part in Defeat. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1942 March 28 The Trial of Debs[:] Greek Drama in Cleveland, by Max Eastman. Reel #2
The New Leader 1944 March 25 Liberals Repudiate ALP as Communist Front. Reel #2.
The New Leader 1945 April 25 Theodore Debs. Reel #2.
New York Worker 1906 August 11 Snap Shots, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 9 News of the International Labor Movement. Reel #2.
The Ohio Socialist 1918 July 9 Socialist Party Activities. Reel #2.
Oklahoma Weekly Leader 1931 January 9 Ideas for Stabilizing Industry, by Louis Stark. Reel #2
The Railway Times 1895 July 15 More Power to This Church. Reel #2.
Reading Labor Advocate 1944 January 7 Art Young Dies at 77; Dean of Labor Artists. Reel #2.
The Rebel 1914 October 21 Two Kind Letters, by Eugene V. Debs. Reel #2
The San Francisco Call 1925 July 31 Debs Looks Hopefully on World, by Evelyn Wells. Reel #2
Social Democrat 1955 December Historic Merger of AFL and CIO Heralds New Major Role..., by James Glass. Reel #2
Social Democrat 1955 December U. S. Labor Pays Tribute to Debs, by James Oneal. Reel #2


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