Adams County Historical Society (Nebraska)
Advertising Ephemera and Trade Cards
Photographs, ca. 1900. 50 prints and reproductions. Stereotyping in advertising and ethnic trade cards.
African Americans, 19th century
Photographs, n.d. 5 prints. African-American stereotypes and Union Army camp.
Altoona Senior High School Pageant
Photograph, 1933. 1 print. Group photo of the cast of the senior pageant entitled "The Peoples of Pennsylvania;" Altoona, Pennsylvania. Gift of Sophie Papadeas Mezitis.
American Friends Service Committee, Refugee Services Committee
Case Files, 1933-1958. Transferred by agreement of the AFSC, The Balch
Institute, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and the U.S. Holocaust
Memorial Museum (USHMM) to the USHMM in Washington, DC.
American Friends Service Committee, Refugee Services Committee Case Files
Photographs, 1930-1950. Transferred by agreement of the AFSC, The Balch
Institute, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and the U.S. Holocaust
Memorial Museum (USHMM) to the USHMM in Washington, DC.
Photographs, 1890-1910. 16 prints. Group portraits of Slavic workers and families, Pennsylvania-German family group, Irish police sergeant, farm view, African-American women and children and westward-bound migrants; United States. Gift of Howard Applegate.
Aspinwall, William Henry
Correspondence, 1864. 3 pages. One letter from Aspinwall, a railroad tycoon, to Judge Edwards Pierrepont who later served as Attorney General under President Grant. The letter proposes creation of an organization to pay for the passage of emigrants, particularly from Ireland and Germany, to the American West. In English. Register available.
Balch Broadside Collection
Photographs, 23 prints. Political and social or ethnic cartoons, drawings of arriving immigrants and miscellany from a variety of magazines, pamphlets and posters.
Balch Postcard Collection
Postcards, ca. 1900 and n.d. 376 images. Photographs, photomechanical reproductions, primarily American in origin and subject matter. Varying sizes. Subjects include genre scenes in Southern United States, stereotype cartoons, historical scenes and sites, traditional costumes, and portraits.
Photographs, 47 prints. Photographic reproductions of documents, prints, posters, handbills, book covers, and newspaper pages in the Balch Institute Library collection.
Photographs, 1977-1985. 120 slides. Immigrants engaged in initial processing after arrival; Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Pedro, New Orleans, Miami and New York. Gift of Elliot
Bertram M. Bernard Immigration Law Index
Records, 1952-1982. 13 card file boxes. This index to immigration and naturalization law from 1952-1982 was developed by Bertram M. Bernard. Bernard served as Immigration Judge and later as Philadelphia District Director of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. The index, created by Bernard, is organized according to the sections of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. In English. Register available. Gift of Bertram M. Bernard.
Script, 1937. 1 folder. A script for a radio song-play entitled "I've Got the Tune," which satirizes anti-immigration and white supremacist attitudes. In English. Register available.
Bronx Public School 44
Photograph, 1923. 1 print. Group portrait of class of 1923; New York.
California Art Research, Works Progress Administration
Photographs, 1910-1930. 62 prints. Art works by twentieth-century California artists separated from California Art Research; first series, Abstracts from WPA Project 2874, San Francisco, California, 1937.
California County and Regional Histories
Books (microfilm), n.d. 33 reels. This collection was compiled and microfilmed by Research Publications, Inc. In English. Printed guide available.
Stereopticon print, 1905. 1 item. Stereopticon view of Castle Garden, New York. Gift of A. Richard
Citizenship Classes, Phoenix, Arizona
Records, 1943-1945. 1 folder. This collection consists of a roll book, three tests from a citizenship class, and a related letter. The roll book contains information on the students in what appears to be two separate classes taught for the YWCA in Phoenix, Arizona in 1942 and 1943. Included are students' names, addresses, ethnicity, attendance, and what appear to be grades. In English. Register available. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. James Krank.
Photographs, n.d. 2 prints. Theater portraits of cast members of a play depicting the antebellum South; location and title of play are unknown. Some cast members are in blackface.
County Histories of the "Old Northwest." Series I: Wisconsin.
Books (microfilm), n.d. 44 reels. The collection was compiled and microfilmed by Research Publications, Inc., and consists of 157 works in 171 volumes drawn from Margaret Gleason's Printed Resources for Genealoical Searching in Wisconsin: A Selective Bibliography (Detroit, 1964). Archibald Hanna, Jr., is general editor of the series. In English. Printed guide available.
County Histories of the "Old Northwest." Series II: Ohio.
Books (microfilm), 1975. 91 reels. The collection was compiled and microfilmed by Research Publications, Inc., and consists of 305 titles in 337 volumes. Archibald Hanna, Jr., is general editor of the series. In English. Printed guide available.
County Histories of the "Old Northwest." Series III: Indiana.
Books (microfilm), 1973. 67 reels. The collection was compiled and microfilmed by Research Publications, Inc., and consists of 262 titles in 293 volumes. Archibald Hanna, Jr., is general editor of the series. In English. Printed guide available.
Disappearance of John-Chinaman
Manuscript, ca. 1930. 1 folder. This essay describes the presence of the Chinese in Califorina and their "peculiar" ways. There are also references to Mexicans and Japanese in Califorina. In English. Register Available.
Episcopal Community Services, Neighborhood Crime Victim Program
Records, 1960-1990. 5 ft. This program was founded ca. 1989 by Episcopal Community Services, the health and human service agency of the Diocese of Pennsylvania. The program provides information for residents of the 24th, 25th, and 26th Police Districts on the structure and functions of the Philadelphia criminal justice system, and support services such as counseling and assistance in handling paperwork for victims of crimes. The program serves all races and ethnic group; the majority of its constitutency are Spanish speaking. The collection includes minutes, reports, client files, clippings, miscellaneous printed materials, and handbooks. In English and Spanish. Inventory available. Use restricted. Gift of the organization.
Ethnic Millions Political Action Committee (EMPAC)
Records, 1974-ca.1980s. 7 ft. The organization was incoroporated in 1974 in New York City by Michael Novak and others as a national civil rights committee representing white ethnics. Its goals included the establishment of a white ethnic political caucus and fair representation of white ethnics in education and the media. The committee also supported better relations between black and white ethnics. Its newsletter, A New America (changed to EMPAC! in 1976), was published by Novak and was an influential spokesman for the new ethnicity during the mid 1970s. The collection consists of correspondence and editorial files, reference and research materials, membership records, and a dues book. In English. Inventory available. Use restricted. Gift of Michael Novak.
Papers, 1974-1978. .25 ft. Gasparetti, a graphic artist and curriculum specialist for the Washington, D.C. school system, is a collector of ethnic history resources and has created ethnic curriculum materials. The collection contains printed materials on ethnic participation in the American Revolution, some by
Gasparetti. Several were produced in conjunction with the celebration of the Bicentennial. In English. Inventory available. Gift of Elio Gasparetti.
Gurzau, Elba F.
Photographs, 1930s-1980s. 306 prints. Family life, educational and work activities, civic projects, and Gurzau's involvement in international and Italian folk dance in the 1930s through the 1980s. New York, Philadelphia and Italy. Gift of Elba F.
Correspondence, 1853-1874. 1 folder. The collection consists of letters to Samuel Harris of New Gloucester, Maine, primarily from his sons Charles and Tillson Harris, residing in Georgia. They concern such topics as race relations, cotton gins, farm equipment, and the effect of the emancipation of southern slaves. In English. Register available.
Photographs, 1900, 1933. 2 prints. Mounted, fragile oversized prints, one of which is a composite. Locations unknown. Portraits of unidentified man and of student body of Woodrow Wilson Junior High School. Gift of Helen
Holland Amerika Lijn
Passenger Lists, 1889-1900. 12 volumes. These volumes contain alphabetical lists of passengers aboard the S.S. Obdam, S.S. Veendam, S.S. Edam, S.S. P. Caland, S.S. Amsterdam, and S.S. Rotterdam, for the Commissioners of Emigration, New York. Passengers' country of origin and embarkation points are not indicated. In English. Register available.
Hoopes, Darlington (1896- )
Papers (microfilm), 1916-1966. 25 reels. Darlington Hoopes was born in Vale, Maryland and became affiliated with the Socialist Party in 1914. He served as state secretary of the Pennsylvania Socialist Party from 1923 to 1927, socialist member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly from 1930 to 1936, and national chairman of the Socialist Party of the United States from 1946 to 1968. He was the Socialist Party candidate for the presidency in 1952 and 1956. The collection consists primarily of Hoopes' copies of records from the Socialist Party of the United States (1917-1968), the Pennsylvania Socialist Party (1921-1952), and the Reading, Pennsylvania Socialist Party (1915-1960). These records include minutes and other materials from national conventions and the National Executive Committee, and from smaller administrative units such as the Berks County Relief Board and the Reading Consumers' Co-op. Also present are speeches by Hoopes and others, and Hoopes' legislative files from his tenure as a socialist representative to the Pennsylvania General Assembly. The original papers are held by the Pennsylvania State University Archives. In English. Register available.
Photographs, 1920-1930. 3 prints. Socialist Party activists and portrait of Eugene Debs; United States. Gift of Darlington Hoopes, Sr.
Hutchinson, Edward P. (1906-1990)
Papers, 1941-1990. 28 feet. Hutchinson was a demographer and professor of sociology in the University of Pennsylvania. A pioneer in international population studies, he was the author of Current Problems of Immigration Policy, Immigrants and Their Children, Legislative History of American Immigration Policy and other publications. The collection consists of research notes and papers, manuscript materials, student papers, conference materials, miscellaneous correspondence, uncatalogued photographs, and related materials. In English. Inventory available. Gift of Joan Hutchinson.
The Immigrant in America
Books (microfilm), 1983-1988. 264 reels. The collection consists of over 4,000 rare books, pamphlets, and documents from several major repositories including the New York Public Library, the Balch Institute and the Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota. The collection was compiled and microfilmed by Research Publications, Inc. under the guidance of A. William Hoglund. Included are general historical works, biographies, handbills, phrasebooks, travel accounts, political pamphlets, songs and family histories from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The materials are arranged by ethnic group. Language varies. Printed guide available.
Josie Flynn's Minstrel Revue
Photographs, 1917. 2 prints. Two group portraits of cast members. Women in flags and other costumes, men in blackface.
Papers, 1979-1991. 1 folder. The collection contains conference materials, poems, clippings, and organization ephemera concerning multiracial and multiethnic Americans. In English. Inventory available. Gift of Tanya Lieberman.
Magdalen Society of Philadelphia
Records (microfilm), 1826-1921. 6 reels. The Magdalen Society of Philadelphia was founded in 1800 for the purpose of locating prostitutes, providing them with housing, religious and vocational training, and finding them work in the community when reform was judged to be complete. The collection includes minutes of annual meetings of the board of managers, minutes of the weekly visitation committee, diaries, records of admissions and releases, registers, and matrons' books. Original records are held by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. In English. Register available.
Records, 1933-1977. 6 ft. These files contain materials from the records of the Columbia University Research in Contemporary Cultures Projects, a complete set of which is in the Margaret Mead Papers at the Library of Congress. The projects gathered information on immigrants from a wide variety of ethnic groups. The bulk of the files contain reports or edited transcripts of interviews by members of the research groups. Also present are some abstracts of the interviews and minutes from meetings of the research groups. Related materials include a small quantity of correspondence, notes, and material related to testing and analytical procedures. In some cases the interview files contain copies of papers based on data generated by the projects. In English. Inventory available. Use Restricted. Gift of Barbara Lynch.
Correspondence, 1859. 4 pages. Anti-Semitic sentiments are expressed by businessman Miller in a letter to H.B. Briggs concerned with the depressed economic situation. In English. Register available.
Photographs, 1899-1902. 412 prints. Portraits of convicted felons; California. Gift of Thomas Schwarz.
National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs
Records, 1975-1980. 22 ft. The center is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and is a national non-profit organization affiliated with the United States Catholic Conference. It was founded by Msgr. Geno Baroni in 1970 to "provide assistance to urban working class and ethnic groups in meeting neighborhood revitalization needs and to promote multi-cultural pluralism." The center's major divisions are Organization for Neighborhood Development, Inc.; National Neighborhood Institute; and Catholic Conference on Ethnic and Neighborhood Affairs. The records include office files, printed materials, filmstrips, audiotapes, slides, and bibliographic card files. In English. Inventory available. Gift of the organization.
Naturalization Records, Mahoning County, Ohio
Documents, 1923-1933. 8 ft. The collection contains Preliminary Naturalization petition forms ("second papers") for Mahoning County, Ohio. These forms were submitted to the district naturalization office along with immigrants' initial applications for naturalization ("first papers"), for verification of information such as arrival dates and residence before naturalization could proceed. These forms were to be destroyed when the final naturalization certificate was completed. This group of records was preserved by a clerk who passed them on to the donor. Two different versions of the forms are represented in the collection. In English. Register available. Gift of Richard D.
New York City Police Department
Records, 1863-1866. 2 volumes. The collection consists of two volumes containing daily records for the Twelfth Precinct, including arrest records which note the ethnic background of the accused. In English. Register available. Gift of George M.
Pennsylvania County and Regional Histories
Books (microfilm), 1974. 125 reels. This collection was edited by Mary Beth Reilly and microfilmed by Research
Publicatins, Inc. It consists of 302 histories, atlases and indexes in 361 volumes. Printed guide available. In English. Printed guide available.
Philadelphia Fellowship Commission
Records, 1945-1967. 1 ft. The Philadelphia Fellowship Commission was formed in 1941 as a community service organization aimed at promoting better relations between diverse ethnic and religious groups. The organization sponsored educational and job assistance programs and was active in the establishment of Philadelphia branches of the American Civil Liberties Union and the National Conference of Christians and Jews. These records include minutes, reports and printed materials, papers, and speeches. In English. Inventory available. Gift of Maxwell
Poole, Ernest (1880-1950)
Correspondence, 1935. 3 pages. In this letter to Mr. Lowell, Poole appeals for funds for visiting nurses to serve children living in the tenements on the East Side in New York City. In English. Register available.
Ruben Reina Collection of Student Papers in Anthropology
Papers, 1960-1988. 3 ft. The collection consists of a series of research papers and related field notes generated by students of Dr. Ruben Reina of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. The bulk of the papers were written for graduate courses in urban anthropology and concern ethnic communities in and near Philadelphia. Not all papers are accompanied by related field notes. Researchers wishing to quote from the papers are responsible for obtaining permission from the papers' authors. In English and Portuguese. Register available. Gift of Dr. Ruben Reina.
Photographs, 1868-1925. 15 prints. Shaker community, portraits and town views; United States. Gift of Glenn Skillen.
Socialist Labor Party of America
Records (microfilm), 1877-1906. 39 reels. The Socialist Labor Party of America was founded in 1877. The organization's membership was initially primarily German immigrants. The organization was plagued with factional disputes and alternated between supporting mainstream candidates for national public office and offering alternative candidates. The membership contained a variety of labor groups and exerted considerable influence in the development of the early twentieth century labor movement, particularly in the garment industry. Factional disagreements led to a schism in 1899, when many dissenters formed the Socialist Party. The Socialist Labor Party then declined. The collection consists of official papers of the party, and includes records of the National Executive Committee, the National Board of Appeals, the party press, State Committees and Local Sections, National Conventions, and notebooks, scrapbooks, and clippings documenting party activities. Committee and Board records include minutes, correspondence, financial records, ballots, and date books. Records of the party press include correspondence, financial records, minutes, and lists of subscribers. In English, German, Swedish, Flemish, and Italian. Register available.
Photographs, ca. 1930s. 3 prints. Public relations photographs of radio personalities Phil Cook, George Givot, and team "Uncle Ole" Olsen and "Uncle Chickie" Johnson.
Stoddard, Lothrop (1883-1950)
Correspondence, 1921. 2 items. Stoddard was the author of The Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy. These letters to "Coleman" concern his book, President Harding's recommendation of it, and the upcoming Eugenics Congress in New York City. In English. Register available.
Temple University-Balch Institute Center for Immigration Research
Photograph, 1986. 1 print. Photograph of portion of the passenger manifest of the S.S. Nevada, January 2, 1892, first ship to pass through Ellis Island. Includes name of Annie Moore, the first immigrant to be processed at Ellis Island.
Documents (microfilm), 1868-1905. 6 reels. The collection contains state documents concerning immigration selected by the donor for research use. Included is correspondence between Austrian, German, and American consulates and other agencies regarding regulation of immigration. In Italian and German. Register available. Gift of Timothy Smith.
United Singers of Philadelphia
Scrapbook, 1887-1916. 1 volume. United Singers of Philadelphia was an umbrella organization which represented approximately 40 area singing groups. The member societies were predominantly German but included some other ethnic groups as well. The scrapbook contains programs and clippings from contemporary papers covering the activities of the organization. Also present are five uncataloged photographs. In German and English. Inventory available.
Photographs, 1890-1920. 61 prints. Mounted carte-de-visite and cabinet format albumen prints of studio portraits, group social activities; Eastern Europe and United States. Gift of Carmen Valentino.
Photograph, 1978. 1 print. An abandoned medical examination room on Ellis Island. Gift of William Wallen.
Postcards and photographs, n.d. 223 items. Trade cards, postcards and photographs, the bulk of which depict stereotypes of African Americans. Also included are Russian and German Jewish post cards and prints; ca. 1900. Gift of Maxwell Whiteman.
Wirt, William (1772-1834)
Papers (microfilm), 1786-1834. 24 reels. William Wirt was born in Bladensburg, Maryland. In addition to his law practice, he served as Attorney General of the United States, Chancellor of the Eastern District of Virginia, and delegate to the state legislature of Virginia. Among his most important cases was the Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia. In 1833 Wirt began an experimental colony in Florida, populated with German immigrants. The collection consists primarily of correspondence and documents his family life and professional activities, including the Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia and the planning of the German immigrant colony. In English. Register available.
Works Progress Administration, Pennsylvania Historical Survey
Records (microfilm), 1938-1941. 8 reels. The collection consists primarily of field notes from interviews conducted by WPA workers in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Lancaster County, and Montgomery County. Included are miscellaneous documents from Dauphin County and Ellwood City, and materials on the Schwenkenfelders and Mennonites. Originals are in the State Archives in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In English. Register available.
York County Historical Society (Pennsylvania)
Indexes (microfilm). 7 reels. The collection contains indexes to published histories of York County, Pennsylvania. In English.
Newspaper, 1879-1880. 1 reel. Published semimonthly in San Francisco, California 1879-1880.
Civil Liberties Reporter
Newspaper, 1950-1951, 1952. Partial reel. Published in New York. Edited by Frank Donner.
Civil Rights Law Letter.
Periodical, 1955-1956. Partial reel. Published monthly in New York by the Civil Rights Congress, 1955-1956.
Clarke County Democrat
Newspaper, 5/1/1879, 2/5/1880. 2 issues. Published weekly in Grove Hill, Alabama by Isaac Grant, beginning in 1866.
Daily Fond du Lac Press
Newspaper, 7/23/1866, 7/24/1866, 7/25/1866. 3 issues. Published daily in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin by A.P. Swineford, 1865-1866.
Newspaper, 1900-1914. 30 reels. Published daily in New York City by the Socialist Labor Party, 1900-1914. Official organ of the Socialist Labor Party.
Periodical, 1921-1923. 1 reel. Published monthly in Chicago, Illinois by Freedom Publishing, 1921-1923. Title varies slightly.
Newspaper, 1858. 3 issues. Published weekly in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin by Smead, Strong, and Company, 1858-1866.
Erie Labor Press
Newspaper, 1921. Partial reel. Published weekly in Erie, Pennsylvania by Truth Press, Inc. Official organ of local Erie Socialist Party. Continues Truth.
Florence Mining News
Newspaper, 1881. 1 issue. Published weekly in Florence, Marinette (i.e. Florence) County, Wisconsin by James F. Atkinson, beginning in 1881.
Fond du Lac Trade Extension
Newspaper, 2/13/1918. 1 issue. Published monthly in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin by the Fond du Lac Association of Commerce, beginning in 1918.
Fond du Lac Weekly Commonwealth
Newspaper, 3/24/1858, 7/9/1858, 12/15/1858. 3 issues. Published weekly in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin by J.A. Smith, 1856-1865.
Newspaper, 2/8/1912. 1 issue. Published weekly in Footville, Wisconsin by S.C. Fish, 1912-1915.
Fox Lake Representative
Newspaper, 12/15/1911, 1/19/1912, 12/20/1917. 3 issues. Published weekly in Fox Lake, Dodge County, Wisconsin by J. Hotchkiss, 1866-1885.
Newspaper, 7/29/1926. 1 issue. Published weekly in Gillett, Wisconsin by Lewis P. Perry, 1900-1951.
Newspaper, 7/27/1927, 8/3/1927. 2 issues. Published weekly in Grafton, Wisconsin by A.D. Bolens, 1927-1928.
Newspaper, 10/18/1912. 1 issue. Published weekly in Granton, Wisconsin by F.J. Baer, 1904-1921.
Newspaper, 6/13/1912, 10/24/1912, 5/22/1913-10/9/1913. Partial reel. Published weekly in Gratiot, Wisconsin by A.L. Howrey, 1903-1915.
Green Bay Spectator
Newspaper, 2/21/1852, 4/24/1852, 8/3/1852, 9/28/1852. 4 issues. Published weekly in Green Bay, Wisconsin by Ryan and Company.
Grove Hill Herald
Newspaper, 3/6/1850, 7/3/1850, 3/29/1854, 10/1/1854. 4 issues. Published weekly in Grove Hill, Alabama by Derusha Daffin and James T. Figures.
Industrial Press and Ensley Shopper
Newspaper, 1/4/1951. 1 issue. Published weekly in Birmingham, Alabama by C.G. Thomason.
Newspaper, 1909-1931. 7 reels. Published weekly in Chicago, Illinois by the Industrial Workers of the World, 1909-1931. Official organ of the Industrial Workers of the World.
Newspaper, 1919-1972. 19 reels. Published in New York by the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union, beginning in 1919. Official organ of the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union.
Newspaper, 1848-1850, 1851-1858. Partial reel. Published weekly in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania by O. Barrett, 1848-1858. Semiweekly during sessions of the legislature. Scattered issues wanting or mutilated.
Periodical, 1928-1936. 2 reels. Published monthly in Atlanta, Georgia by the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, 1928-1936. Continues the Kourier Magazine.
Periodical, 1924-1928. 1 reel. Published monthly in Atlanta, Georgia by the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, 1924-1928. Continues the Imperial Night-Hawk. Continued by the Kourier.
Newspaper, 1938-1959. 2 reels. Published in New York City by the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists, 1938-1959. Continued by the ACTU Newsletter.
Newspaper 1876-1881. 3 reels. Published weekly in New York by the Labor Standard, beginning in 1876. Official organ of the Workingman's Party of the United States.
Newsletter, 1944-1959. 1 reel. Published in New York City by the American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born.
Periodical, 1911-1917. 1 reel. Published monthly in New York City, by the Masses Publishing Company, 1911-1917. "A monthly magazine devoted to the interests of the working people."
National Labor Tribune
Newspaper, 1875-1877, 1898-1958. 28 reels. Published in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by the National Labor Tribune, Inc. American Federation of Labor News Service. "The Oldest Labor Paper in America."
Newspaper, 1878. 1 reel. Published in Cincinnati, Ohio by the National Socialistic Party. "Organ and property of the National Socialistic Party". Superceded by Socialist (Chicago).
Newspaper, 1844. 1 issue. Published weekly in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania by Theophilus Fenn, 1844 (2 numbers). Merged with That Same Old Coon to form Old Warrior and "That Same Old Coon."
Old Warrior and "That Same Old Coon"
Newspaper, 1844. Partial reel. Published weekly in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by Theophilus Fenn, 1844.
Oracle of Dauphin
Newspaper, 1826-1827. Partial reel. Published weekly in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by John Wyeth, 1807-1827.
Newspaper, 1891-1900. 3 reels. Published weekly in New York City by the Socialist Labor Party, 1891-1900. Official organ of the Socialist Labor Party. Continued by Weekly People.
Newspaper, 10/8/1841. 1 issue. Published weekly in Green Bay, Wisconsin, 1841.
Newspaper, 7/19/1865. 1 issue. Published weekly in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.
Newspaper, 1875. 1 reel. Published monthly by the Progressive Community of Cedar Vale, Kansas.
Review of the Year
Periodical, 1947-1950. Published annually in New York City by the American Committee for Protection of the Foreign Born.
Newspaper, 1936-1942. 4 reels. Published weekly in Royal Oak, Michigan by the Social Justice Publishing Company, beginning in 1936.
Newspaper, 1935-1962. 6 reels. Published in New York City by the National Executive Committee, Socialist Party, USA. Official organ of the Socialist Party of the United States. Continues Call.
Newspaper, 2/24/1847, 4/7/1847, 10/10/1849, 11/7/1849. 4 issues. Published weekly in Grove Hill, Alabama by F.A. Duval, 1846-1849.
State Capitol Gazette
Newspaper, 1842, 1843. Partial reel. Published weekly in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by Holbrook, Henlock, and Bratton, 1839-1843. Semiweekly during sessions of the legislature. Merged with the Key Stone, and the Pennsylvania Reporter, to form the Democratic Union.
Newspaper, 6/15/1884-7/6/1884. 4 issues. Published weekly in Green Bay, Wisconsin, by the Sunday Advance Publishing Company, 1883-1885.
Newspaper, 1913, 1914, 1916-1921. 1 reel. Published weekly in Erie, Pennsylvania, by the Journal Publishing Company, 1911-1921. Official organ of the local Erie Socialist Party, 1920-1921. Continued by Erie Labor Press.
Newspaper, 1880-1884. 4 reels. Published daily in New York City by the Truth Publishing Company, beginning in 1879.
Newspaper, 1841. Partial reel. Published weekly in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, by Fenn and Wallace, 1841. Campaign edition of the Pennsylvania Telegraph.
Newspaper, 1900-1970. 8 reels. Published weekly in New York City by the Socialist Labor Party, 1900-1979. Official organ of the Socialist Labor Party, 1944-1974. Also issued in daily edition called Daily People. Continues People (New York, NY). Continued by People (Palo Alto, CA).
West Side Messenger
Newspaper, 1940. Partial reel. Published weekly in Green Bay, Wisconsin, by American Printing Company, 1939-1940.
Newspaper, 1845, 1847. Partial reel. Published weekly in Green Bay, Wisconsin, by S. Ryan, Jr., 1844-1847.
Newspaper, 1901-1908. 2 reels. Published weekly in New York City by the Socialist Co-operative Publishing Association, 1901-1908. Organ of the Social Democratic Party. Continues People. Continued by the New York Socialist.
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