Primary Documents

You're browsing the full list of articles in the database. Know what you're looking for? We recommend you use the search function at the top of this page.

Negro Doctors Treat White Patients
Saturday, August 21, 1948
A Most Successful Negro Farmer
Friday, August 20, 1948
A Soldier Who Came Home to Die
Thursday, August 19, 1948
Jim-Crow Is Kicked In the Pants
Wednesday, August 18, 1948
Two Negroes Who Have Earned Their Way
Tuesday, August 17, 1948
What It Means to Be a Share-Cropper
Monday, August 16, 1948
Beginning a Trip Into The Rack Country
Monday, August 16, 1948
A Woman Tells How Her Husband Died
Friday, August 13, 1948
A Discussion in a Pleasant Negro Home
Thursday, August 12, 1948
Going South by Jim Crow Car
Wednesday, August 11, 1948
Acquiring a Negro Appearance
Tuesday, August 10, 1948
'I Traveled, Ate, Black'
Monday, August 9, 1948
Most of U.S. Mental Hospitals Are a Shame and Disgrace
Monday, May 6, 1946
Monday, July 19, 1943
A war-time follow up on this writer's "Inside the America First Movement."
Sunday, March 1, 1942
More Nazi Secrets told by Times Men
Thursday, September 16, 1937
Times Storm Troopers Tell More Secrets
Wednesday, September 15, 1937
Further Secrets by Times Storm Troopers
Tuesday, September 14, 1937
More Nazi Secrets by Times Storm Reporters
Monday, September 13, 1937
Times Storm Troopers Tell More Secrets
Sunday, September 12, 1937
Times Men Reveal More Nazi Secrets
Friday, September 10, 1937
By TIMES men who joined it!
Thursday, September 9, 1937
Freedom! Reporter Leaves Kankakee
Friday, July 26, 1935
Water Perils Inmates at Kankakee
Thursday, July 25, 1935
Attempted Suicide at Kankakee Hospital
Wednesday, July 24, 1935
Crazy Rhythm Dance at Kankakee
Tuesday, July 23, 1935
Haunted by Kankakee Fire Hazards
Monday, July 22, 1935
Railroaded to Kankakee as Insane
Friday, July 19, 1935
'Death Cup' Perils Kankakee Inmates
Thursday, July 18, 1935
Reporter's Night of Terror at Kankakee POOR SCAN - REDO
Wednesday, July 17, 1935
Reporter Takes Kankakee 'Water Cure'
Tuesday, July 16, 1935
Reporter's Experience at Kankakee
Monday, July 15, 1935
Sunday, October 1, 1933
Part II
Friday, July 1, 1932
Part I
Wednesday, June 1, 1932
Writer Finds It Provided 55,000 Hours Work - Many Helped - Financial Aid Urged for Committee by Miss St. Johns
Wednesday, December 30, 1931
'Chest Should Have Central Bureau to Direct Help' - 'War Times' - 'Agencies Not Awake to Desperate Need of Jobless'
Tuesday, December 29, 1931
Writer Tells How She Begged Money for Her Flowers - Rebuffs - Trials and Troubles of Girls Selling to Public Revealed
Monday, December 28, 1931
Shabbiness Breaks Their Morale, and Soap Is Precious – Hard Road – Writer Penetrates Further Into Grimm Reality
Friday, December 25, 1931
Refused Help by Community Chest After Long Wait, Finally Sent to Christ Faith Mission Where All Received With Equal Kindness
Thursday, December 24, 1931
Writer Takes Job as Mother's Helper in Small Family – $15 Month – Tasks Prove Hard, but Kindness Shown Her Brings Joy
Wednesday, December 23, 1931