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Register of the Eric Hass papers

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California
Processed by:
Dale Reed
Date Completed:
2011
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Machine-readable finding aid created derived from MARC record by David Sun and Elizabeth Phillips.
© 2011 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Title: Eric Hass papers
Dates: 1899-1980
Collection Number: 81034
Creator: Hass, Eric.
Collection Size: 11 manuscript boxes (4.5 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, clippings, serial issues, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Socialist Labor Party, and to social problems of aging.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Languages: English

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Eric Hass papers, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1981.

Accruals

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Biographical/Historical Note

1905 Born, Lincoln, Nebraska
1928 Joined Socialist Labor Party
1932-1938 National organizer, Socialist Labor Party
1938-1968 Editor, The Weekly People
1949 Author, The Socialist Labor Party and the Internationals
1952 Socialist Labor Party candidate for President (first campaign)
1956 Socialist Labor Party candidate for President (second campaign)
1960 Socialist Labor Party candidate for President (third campaign)
1964 Socialist Labor Party candidate for President (fourth campaign)
1969 Resigned from Socialist Labor Party
1974-1978 Lived in Costa Rica
1980 Died, Santa Rosa, California

Scope and Content of Collection

Eric Hass was a longtime leader of the Socialist Labor Party. This party, dating back to 1876, was the first Marxist political organization in the United States. A number of the early leaders of the subsequent Socialist and Communist Parties served their political apprenticeships while passing through SLP ranks. Even before the death in 1914 of its outstanding leader Daniel De Leon, the SLP had been eclipsed in size and influence by the younger Socialist Party. For decades thereafter it nevertheless maintained a low profile existence, regularly publishing its newspaper The Weekly People and securing a ballot position for its presidential candidate every four years. Hass figured significantly in these activities as editor of The Weekly People for thirty years and as a four-time presidential candidate. In 1969, however, he broke with the party. While remaining a committed socialist, Hass came to believe that the SLP had become intellectually stultified and internally undemocratic.
The papers of Eric Hass are divided. Many are located in the Nebraska State Historical Society. Those in the Hoover Institution Archives were acquired from Tillie Hass in 1981, after the death of her husband. These papers largely date from Hass's later years, following his departure from the SLP. After this rupture he worked for a time as caretaker of Trinity Churchyard in New York City, then retired to Costa Rica where the cost of living was low, and after a few years returned to the United States. As an experienced journalist and an avid amateur naturalist, he was able to supplement his income by writing nature articles for the mainstream press, principally the New York Times.
The Subject File contains a good deal of collected information on Daniel De Leon. The Speeches and Writings file includes some output by Hass from his SLP period, especially his editorial reports prefiguring his breach with the party, and his account of his resignation. The Correspondence file includes exchanges in the 1970s with Sam Brandon, Nick Simon and other former SLP members, analyzing their experiences and the prospects for reconstituting a De Leonist political organization.
During the decade of the 1970s Hass became increasingly involved in study of the social problems of aging, and in advocacy for older persons in regard to age discrimination and related issues. Toward this end he joined the Gray Panthers after his return from Costa Rica. Shortly before his death he completed a book-length study, "Agism: The Shunning of the Elderly." This manuscript, for which he was unable to find a publisher before he died, is in the Speeches and Writings file. The Subject File contains a substantial quantity of collected material on aging.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Socialist Labor Party.
Aged.
Older people.
Socialism--United States.


Box: 1

Biographical File, 1905-1980

Scope and Content Note

Identification documents, biographical sketch, curricula vitae, clippings, and medical and financial records
Box/Folder: 1 : 1

General, 1905-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Identification documents, medical and financial records, and miscellany
Box/Folder: 1 : 2

Biographical sketch, curricula vitae, and clippings, 1970-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Includes press coverage of break with Socialist Labor Party
Box: 1-4

Correspondence, 1930-1980

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically
Box: 1

General and unidentified

Box/Folder: 1 : 3

1958-1976

Box/Folder: 1 : 4

1977-1980

Box/Folder: 1 : 5

Adler, Robert H., 1975-1977

Box/Folder: 1 : 6

Alvarez, Jean, 1979-1980

Box/Folder: 1 : 7

Ames, Gerald, and Rose Wyler, 1976-1980

Box/Folder: 1 : 8

Ansello, Edward F. (University of Maryland Center on Aging), 1978-1980

Box/Folder: 1 : 9

Bambiger, Barbara, 1972-1979

Box/Folder: 1 : 10

Begovich, Margaret (re Socialist Labor Party), 1976

Box/Folder: 1 : 11

Bergelon, Olaf and Rose, 1977-1979

Box/Folder: 1 : 12

Brandon, Sam (League for Socialist Reconstruction), 1973-1980

Box/Folder: 1 : 13

California. Commission on Aging, 1980

Box/Folder: 1 : 14

Carter, Jimmy, 1979

Box/Folder: 1 : 15

Church, Frank (U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging), 1979

Box/Folder: 1 : 16

Cranston, Alan, 1980

Box/Folder: 1 : 17

De Leon, Bertha C., 1943

Box/Folder: 1 : 18

Diamond, Julian (re Socialist Labor Party), 1976-1978

Box/Folder: 1 : 19

Dorn, Sylvia, 1979

Box/Folder: 1 : 20

Duranty, Walter, 1944

Box/Folder: 2 : 1

Finger, Jack and Catherine, 1975-1979

Box/Folder: 2 : 2

Folkerstma, Bote, 1971-1972

Box/Folder: 2 : 3

Garamendi, John (California Senate Committee on Health and Welfare), 1980

Box/Folder: 2 : 4

Garcelon, Dan and Peg, 1978-1979

Box/Folder: 2 : 5

Gardner, Jiggs (re Socialist Labor Party), 1977

Box/Folder: 2 : 6

Ginsberg, Arthur H., 1954-1977

Box/Folder: 2 : 7

Girard, Frank (re Socialist Labor Party), 1971-1977

Box/Folder: 2 : 8

Goodstein, Phil (re Socialist Labor Party), 1977

Box/Folder: 2 : 9

Gray, Bill and Betty (Trinity Church, New York City), 1974-1980

Box/Folder: 2 : 10

Gray Panthers, 1978-1979

Box/Folder: 2 : 11

Hartke, Vance, 1967

Box/Folder: 2 : 12

Hass, Tillie, 1930-1934

Box/Folder: 2

Hass family

Box/Folder: 2 : 13

1939-1975

Box/Folder: 2 : 14

1976-1980

Box/Folder: 2 : 15

Herder, Milton (re Socialist Labor Party), 1976-1977

Box/Folder: 3 : 1

Landers, Ann, 1980

Box/Folder: 3 : 2

Lazarus, Louis (re Socialist Labor Party), 1961-1976

Box/Folder: 3 : 3

Levine, Max, 1974-1980

Box/Folder: 3 : 4

Lewin, Ed (re Socialist Labor Party), 1976-1978

Box/Folder: 3 : 5

Long, Robert W. and Helen, 1974-1979

Box/Folder: 3 : 6

McClintock, Howard and Juanita, 1976-1980

Box/Folder: 3 : 7

Maves, Gustavus A. (re Socialist Labor Party), 1934-1935

Box/Folder: 3 : 8

Muncy, Ralph W. (re Socialist Labor Party), 1972-1974

Box/Folder: 3 : 9

Nathan, Bernard, and Barbara F. Newman, 1974-1980

Box/Folder: 3 : 10

National Institute on Aging, 1980

Box/Folder: 3 : 11

Nebraska State Historical Society, 1973-1977

Box/Folder: 3 : 12

New York Botanical Garden, 1969-1973

Box/Folder: 3 : 13

New York Public Library, 1971-1972

Box/Folder: 3 : 14

New York Times (Joan Lee Faust, garden editor; Peter Kihss), 1968-1977

Box/Folder: 3 : 15

North Bay Health Systems Agency, 1979

Box/Folder: 3 : 16

Northen, Rebecca T., 1973-1979

Box/Folder: 3 : 17

Nunez, Margot (Trinity Church, New York City), 1974-1980

Box/Folder: 3 : 18

Papernow, Leon N. and Felicia, 1976-1978

Box/Folder: 3 : 19

Pepper, Claude (U.S. House Select Committee on Aging), 1979

Box/Folder: 3 : 20

Perry, Benson (re Socialist Labor Party), 1969-1976

Box/Folder: 3 : 21

Reeves, Martha, 1978-1980

Box/Folder: 3 : 22

Reynolds, Verne L. (re Socialist Labor Party), 1934-1959

Box/Folder: 3 : 23

Robinson, Jackie, 1957

Box/Folder: 3 : 24

Samuels, Ed, 1974-1978

Box/Folder: 3 : 25

Schwartz, Simon (re Socialist Labor Party), 1976-1980

Box/Folder: 3 : 26

Sesame Street (television show), 1979

Box/Folder: 3 : 27

Sherman, John (re Socialist Labor Party), 1968-1969

Box/Folder: 4 : 1

Simon, John L., 1960-1980

Box/Folder: 4 : 2

Simon, Nick (re Socialist Labor Party), 1967-1980

Box/Folder: 4 : 3

Singer, Richard J., 1976-1979

Box/Folder: 4 : 4

Skutch, Alexander F., 1972-1974

Box/Folder: 4 : 5

Socialist Labor Party (Nathan Karp, Arnold Petersen, Emil F. Teichert), 1934-1977

Box/Folder: 4 : 6

Stein, Philip and Sylvia, 1974-1979

Box/Folder: 4 : 7

Stevenson, Adlai E., 1960

Box/Folder: 4 : 8

Trinity Church (New York City), 1970-1975

Box/Folder: 4 : 9

United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1979

Box/Folder: 4 : 10

Wexler, Arthur and Marion, 1977-1980

Box/Folder: 4 : 11

Woodard, Jack and Lucila, 1974

Box: 4

Speeches and Writings, 1949-1980

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically
Box/Folder: 4 : 12

"Why Labor Should Fight U.M.T.," ca. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Speech outline
Box/Folder: 4 : 13

"Daniel De Leon: Master of Socialist Tactics," speech, De Leon commemoration meeting, 1953 December 13.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 4 : 14

"The American Double Standard of Living," ca. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Speech outline and typescript
Box/Folder: 4 : 15

Remarks at Belle Rosen memorial meeting, 1955 May 24.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 4 : 16

Introduction to dramatized reading from Lincoln-Douglas debates, ca. 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 4 : 17

"Biological Demonstration of the Marxian Principle," ca. 1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Speech notes
Box/Folder: 4 : 18

"The Meaning of McCarthyism," ca. 1950s.

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Speech outline
Box/Folder: 4 : 19

"The Paris Commune," ca. 1950s.

Scope and Content Note

Speech outline
Box/Folder: 4 : 20

"The Years of Capitalism Are Numbered," ca. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Speech outline
Box/Folder: 4 : 21

Remarks at golden jubilee celebration for Arnold Petersen as Socialist Labor Party national secretary, 1964

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 4 : 22

Report as editor of The Weekly People to Socialist Labor Party National Executive Committee meeting, 1966 May 7.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 4 : 23

"The 'New' Imperialism and War," ca. 1966.

Scope and Content Note

Speech outline
Box/Folder: 4 : 24

"On a Winter's Day: 'Twigging' Anyone?'" New York Times, 1968 February 25.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript and printed copy
Box/Folder: 4 : 25

"Survival of Giant Redwoods Hinges on Washington Report," Christian Science Monitor, 1968 May 14.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 4 : 26

Report as editor of The Weekly People to Socialist Labor Party national convention, 1968 May.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 4 : 27

"Nature's Botanical Oddity," New York Times, 1968 August 9.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 4 : 28

"Wild Flower Protection," New York Times, 1968 September 29.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 4 : 29

"Amy and the Deer Mouse" (children's story), 1968 November 12.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 4 : 30

"Clowns of the Plains" (article for juveniles), 1968 December 13.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 4 : 31

"The Living Fossil," New York Times, 1968 December 15.

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 1

"Another Mouse to Feed," 1968

Scope and Content Note

Holograph and typescript
Box/Folder: 5 : 2

"What's Wrong with the SLP?" ca. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 5 : 3

"How Indians 'Talked' Without Saying a Word'" (article for juveniles), 1969 January 24.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 5 : 4

"Oasis in the City," New York Times, 1969 April 6.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 5

"Why I Resigned from the SLP," Socialist Forum, 1969 July.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 6

"Benjamin Gilbert: Friend and Naturalist" (memorial meeting remarks), 1969 September 5.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 5 : 7

"An Encounter with Winter" (written under pseudonym Jack Focht), New York Times, 1970 January 11.

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 8

"Jack in the Pulpit," New York Times, 1970 May 17.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 9

"A Bonus for Woodland Wanderers," New York Times, 1970 May 24.

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 10

"House Finch," New York Times, 1970 August 9.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 11

"Sharin' Erin's Floral Charms," New York Times, 1970 August 30.

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 12

"To the Irish Sea for an Eyeful of Puffins," New York Times, 1971 January 10.

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 13

"To the Rescue of a Tree," New York Times, 1971 January 17.

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 14

"Trinity's Yard Blooms amid 'Canyons,'" New York Times, 1971 April 11.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 15

"'That Queen of Secrecy,'" New York Times, 1971 May 16.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 16

"Yugoslavia: The Hinterland Also Seeks Tourists," Washington Post, 1971 October 31.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 17

"Nature Haunts for Subway Riders," New York Times, 1972 April 2.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript and printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 18

"The Old Apple Tree," New York Times, 1972 June 25.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 19

Review of Alexander F. Skutch, A Naturalist in Costa Rica, Garden Journal, 1972 October.

Scope and Content Note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 20

"Block Island Summer," ca. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript and working materials
Box/Folder: 5 : 21

"Hawking in Ireland," ca. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript and working materials
Box/Folder: 5 : 22

Untitled article re St. Paul's Churchyard, New York City, ca. 1972.

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Typescript and working materials
Box/Folder: 5 : 23

"'A Small, Friendly Country that Fits Our Purse'" (re Costa Rica), Dynamic Maturity, 1973 January.

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 24

"Butterflies Are Coming Back to the City's Parks," New York Times, 1974 June 9.

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 25

"An Expatriate's Spring," New York Times, 1975 March 30.

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Typescript and printed copy
Box/Folder: 5 : 26

"Our Outmoded Political Constituencies," 1975 August 18.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 5 : 27

"Report on the Fifth World Symposium of the International Society on Toxinology," 1976 August 16.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 5 : 28

"A Most Dangerous Snake," 1976

Scope and Content Note

Typescript and working materials
Box/Folder: 5 : 29

"On Collecting Plants in the Tropics," 1977 January.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 5 : 30

"Pueblo, a Newspaper for the People" (re Costa Rican newspaper; written under pseudonym Larry Able), 1977

Scope and Content Note

Typescript, transcript of interview with editor Javier Solís, and other working materials
Box/Folder: 5 : 31

Letter to the editor, Santa Rosa News-Herald, re monetary policy, 1978 August 12.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 5 : 32

Letter to the editor, Santa Rosa Press-Democrat, re supermarket item-pricing (written on behalf of Gray Panthers), 1979 May 23.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 5

"Agism: The Shunning of the Elderly," 1979

Scope and Content Note

(book-length study, including multiple draft versions)
Box/Folder: 5 : 33

Outlines and front matter

Box/Folder: 5 : 34

Introduction

Box/Folder: 6 : 1

Chapter 1

Box/Folder: 6 : 2

Chapter 2

Box/Folder: 6 : 3

Chapter 3

Box/Folder: 6 : 4

Chapter 4

Box/Folder: 6 : 5

Chapter 5

Box/Folder: 6 : 6

Chapter 6

Box/Folder: 7 : 1

Chapter 7

Box/Folder: 7 : 2

Chapter 8

Box/Folder: 7 : 3

Chapter 9

Box/Folder: 7 : 4

Footnotes and bibliography

Box/Folder: 7 : 5

Note card working materials

Box/Folder: 7 : 6

Correspondence with writer's agent Richard Curtis and publishers

Box/Folder: 7 : 7

"Fear of Aging in Children," 1979

Scope and Content Note

Outline and drafts for study never completed
Box/Folder: 7 : 8

"Collecting Plants in the Tropics for Your New York Home," ca. 1970s.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 7 : 9

"The Federal Reserve System: A Total Money-Making Machine," ca. 1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 7 : 10

"The Great Redwood Park Hassle," ca. 1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 7 : 11

"House Finches," ca. 1970s.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 7 : 12

"How Fawns Survive," ca. 1970s.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 7 : 13

"The Living Lakes of Yugoslavia," ca. 1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 7 : 14

"Nature in the City," ca. 1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 8 : 1

"On the Trail of a Hibernian Donkey," ca. 1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 8 : 2

"The Redwoods in Spring," ca. 1970s.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 8 : 3

"Taste of Terror in the Night," ca. 1970s.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 8 : 4

"Three Weeds of Late Summer," ca. 1970s.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 8 : 5

"Why Doctors 'Play God,'" ca. 1970s.

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Typescript
Box/Folder: 8 : 6

Untitled memoir re father of Eric Hass, ca. 1970s.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box/Folder: 8 : 7

Fragments, ca. 1970s

Box/Folder: 8 : 8

Remarks to Sonoma County, California, Board of Supervisors on behalf of Gray Panthers re supermarket item-pricing, 1980

Scope and Content Note

Typescript and working materials
Box: 8-11

Subject File, 1889-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Notes, printed matter, correspondence, and typed copies, arranged alphabetically by topic
Box: 8

Aging

Box/Folder: 8 : 9

General. Notes and mimeographed materials, 1977-1979

Box/Folder: 8 : 10-12

Printed matter. Clippings and journal articles, 1943-1980

Box/Folder: 8 : 13

Sources. Bibliographies and catalogs, 1977-1980

Box/Folder: 9 : 1

Central America. Clippings and journal article, 1977-1978

Box/Folder: 9

De Leon, Daniel

Box/Folder: 9 : 2

Typed copies of De Leon correspondence, mainly with Olive M. Johnson, 1897-1913.

Scope and Content Note

Includes one photocopy of an original De Leon letter
Box/Folder: 9 : 3

Typed copies of De Leon writings, 1889-1913.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a few printed copies of articles, and pamphlet James Madison and Karl Marx
Box/Folder: 9 : 4

Correspondence about De Leon, 1933-1962, mainly from editorial files of The Weekly People. Includes letters by Arnold Petersen

Box/Folder: 9 : 5

Notes, clippings, and journal articles about De Leon, 1912-1977

Box/Folder: 9 : 6

Environment and ecology. Clippings and journal articles, 1962-1977

Box/Folder: 10

Gray Panthers

Box/Folder: 10 : 1

General. Notes, lists, flyers, newsletters, circulated material, and clippings, 1975-1980

Box/Folder: 10 : 2

Gray Panther Network issues, 1978-1980

Box/Folder: 10 : 3

Imperialism. Notes, clippings, journal articles, and pamphlets, 1927-1967.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings from The Weekly People
Box/Folder: 10 : 4

Logging. Pamphlets, 1967

Box/Folder: 10 : 5

Monetary policy and inflation. Clippings, journal articles, and other printed matter, 1925-1979

Box/Folder: 10 : 6

Nature. Clippings and journal articles, 1958-1979

Box/Folder: 11 : 1

Socialism. Clippings, journal articles, typed copies of journal articles, and other printed matter, 1910-1971, mainly re utopian socialist communities in the United States

Box/Folder: 11

Socialist Labor Party

Box/Folder: 11 : 2

General. Notes, clippings, and typed copies of journal articles, 1900-1967

Box/Folder: 11 : 3-4

Weekly People issues, 1967-1969

Box/Folder: 11 : 5

Trinity Church (New York City). Leaflets, newsletters, minutes, and other printed matter, 1908-1979

Box/Folder: 11 : 6

Wine. Typescript "The Glorious Grape" (authorship uncertain), 1978

Box/Folder: 11 : 7

Yugoslavia. Tourist guide literature, and typed transcript of interview with I. Sharenow, 1970

Box/Folder: 11 : 8

Miscellany. Mainly printed matter, 1946-1978

Box: 11

Audiovisual File, undated

Scope and Content Note

Photographs
Box/Folder: 11 : 9

Photographs of Daniel De Leon, family, and associated locations

Box/Folder: 11 : 10

Photographs of Eric and Tillie Hass

Box/Folder: 11 : 11

Photographs of nature scenes

Box/Folder: 11 : 12

Photographs of Trinity Churchyard, New York City

Box/Folder: 11 : 13

Photographs of miscellaneous and unidentified scenes