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Guide to the Reference Center for Marxist Studies Pamphlet Collection PE.043

Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive
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Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives

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Container List

Frame-ups I (34 pamphlets)

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Al Lannon Fighting Maritime Organizer. Maritime Labor Committee To Defend Al Lannon, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Peters, Paul. 8 Who Lie in the Death House. National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Beaten, Killed By Police. New York State Civil Rights Congress, New York, NY.
1949
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Breitman, George. The Trenton Siege by the Army of Unoccupation.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Charged with Murder. Brooks Defense Committee, Los Angeles, CA.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Colman, Louis. Night Riders in Gallup. International Labor Defense, New York, NY. (3 copies)
1935
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Dean, Elwood. The Story of the Trenton Six. New Century Publishers, New York, NY. (3 copies)
1949
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Goldsmith, Len. Ideas Behind Bars?. Civil Rights Congress, New York, NY. (3 copies)
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Help free Mrs. Rosa Lee Ingram from Georgia "Justice." National Committee to Free the Ingram Family, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Johnson, Oakley C. "The Foreign Agent" Truth and Fiction. Gus Hall - Benjamin J. Davis Defense Committee, New York, NY. (2 copies)
1964
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Lawson, John Howard. A Southern Welcome (in Georgia and Alabama). National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners, New York, NY.
1934
Box: 38 Folder : 1 My Name is Wesley Robert Wells. San Francisco Civil Rights Congress, San Francisco, CA.
1951
Box: 38 Folder : 1 North, Joseph. Behing the Florida Bombings. New Century Publishers, New York, NY.
1952
Box: 38 Folder : 1 One Step Leads to Another. United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Pickard, Walt. Burlington Dynamite Plot. International Labor Defense, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Raymond, Harry. Dixie Comes to New York Story of the Freeport GI Slayings. Daily Workers, New York, NY.
1946
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Raymond, Harry. The Ingrams Shall Not Die! Story of Georgia's New Terror. Daily Worker, New York, NY. (3 copies)
1948
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Shachtman, Max. The Ziegler Frame-Up. International Labor Defense, Chicago, IL.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Stop the Frame-Ups Against our Union! United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), New York, NY.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 The Frame-Up of Benjamin Lowell Careathers. Committee to Defend the Pittsburgh Five, Pittsburgh, PA. (2 copies)
1953
Box: 38 Folder : 1 The Frame Up of Sam Weinstein Another Tom Mooney Case. The Weinstein Defense Committee, New York, NY.
undated
Box: 38 Folder : 1 We Accuse Bill Epton Speaks to the Court. Progressive Labor Party, New York, NY.
1966
Box: 38 Folder : 1 Why the Frame-Ups? United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, New York, NY.
undated

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