This index was compiled at North Carolina State University between 2010 and 2012 by Prof. Dick J. Reavis with the assistance of several students, notably Vanessa Hays and Christopher Lipscomb



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This index was compiled at North Carolina State University between 2010 and 2012 by Prof. Dick J. Reavis with the assistance of several students, notably Vanessa Hays and Christopher Lipscomb. Using OCR technology was not possible because many of the microfilm images from which we worked are dark, dim, or otherwise not machine-readable. Human errors were bound to creep in. If you discover any, please notify dickjreavis@yahoo.com.

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Abbeville, Ala.:


“Mob Lynches Young Negro,” Mar 1937, 13
Abend, Hallet:
“Czech Tool Of France Plots Murder of Jap,” Jan 9 1932, 2
Abernathy, H.B.:
“‘Get Job or Go To Jail,’ Says Judge,” Sep 27 1930, 1
Abraham Lincoln Battalion:
The International Scene, May 1937, 10

“Mary and I Are Glad Our Son Went to Spain,” Jul 1937, 8


Abrons, Herbert:
“Herndon Granted Bail,” Jul 1934, 1
Abyssinia:
“‘Isn’t It Gorgeous?’” Oct 11 1930, 4

Important News In Short: Abyssinia, Mar-Apr 1935, 6


Acmar, Ala.:
“Alabama Labor At The Crossroads,” Mar-Apr 1936, 2
Acosta, Bert:
“Tide of Battle Turns in Spain,” Jan 1937, 14
Adams, Burley:
“Rule Death Law Valid In Atlanta,” Oct 25 1930, 1
Adams, Johnny:
“Penn. Bosses Jail Working Class Leaders,” Oct 17 1931, 2
Adams Mills:
“Carolina Hosiery Workers Organize,” Jul 1936, 4
Addison, Charlie:
“Shoot Down Negro Worker in Helena,” Apr 11 1931, 4
Aderhold, Fannie:
“Fifteen Arrested In Georgia Terror Drive Under Slave Law,” Nov 1934, 1
Ades, Bernard:
“Ritchie, Maryland’s Lynch Governor, Defends Murderers of Matt Williams,” Dec 19 1931, 4

“Second Victory for I.L.D. in Orphan Jones Lynch Plot,” Jan 16 1932, 2

“Capitalist ‘Law and Order’ in Harlan and Scottsboro,” Jan 16 1932, 4

“Threaten Ades For Defending Orphan Jones,” Feb 20 1932, 2


Adkins, Kyle Perry:
“Deputy Murders Kentucky Mine Strike Picket,” Feb 10 1934, 1
Admiral Braid Mill:
Important News In Short: Huntsville, Ala., May 1935, 4
Adoransky, V.:
“January ‘Communist’ Splendid Number for Guide to Action,” Jan 30 1932, 4
Afghanistan:
“Hatch Murder Plot For War Against USSR,” Jan 2 1932, 1
AFL, A.F. of L.: See American Federation of Labor

Agate, Henry:
“34 Are Lynched In 9 Months,” Oct 4 1930, 4
Age discrimination:
“Power Co. Lays Off Old Workers,” Aug 16 1930, 3

“T.C.I. Fires Old Men To Avoid Pensions,” Sep 13 1930, 3

“2 Young Workers Do Work of 8 In McWain,” Jan 24 1931, 3
Age Limit League:
“Workers Insurance Congress Unites Thousands in Washington: White, Negro Workers And Farmers Send Delegates From South,” Jan 1935, 1
Agee, H.L.:
“Sears, Collegeville Preacher, Is Police Spy,” Jul 12 1933, 2
Agnes Scott College:
“Lynchings Are Denounced As Vote-Catchers,” Jun 1936, 3
Agricultural Adjustment Act:
“Farm Leaders Hit Reduction In Crop Acres,” Feb 1936, 4

“Farm News,” Mar-Apr 1936, 5

“Farm News,” Jul 1936, 5
Agricultural Adjustment Administration:
“Small Cotton Growers Face Ruin in 1934,” Jan 20 1934, 1

Caption to photo of Mary Leonard, Jan 20 1934, 1

“Bankhead Bill, AAA Hit Farm Toilers—Aid Landlords,” Jul 1934, 1

“Sharecroppers Only Way Out To Build Union,” Jul 1934, 3

“Communists In Elections With Fighting Slate,” Oct 1934, 1

“Mass Protest At Bankhead Bill Forces Gains,” Oct 1934, 3

“Croppers Union Proposes Unity, Plans Strike,” Dec 1934, 1

“United Front Burning Need In Fight Against Hunger and Terror, Say Communists!” Dec 1934, 4

Important News In Short: Washington, D.C., Dec 1934, 6

“Croppers’ Unity Call Answered by Union In Arkansas,” Jan 1935, 1

“The United Front in the South,” Jan 1935, 1

“Blacklisted Textile Worker Calls To Learn Lessons of Strike Betrayal,” Jan 1935, 5

“Tenants, Croppers Form United Front; Arkansas Leader Jailed,” Feb 1935, 1

“AAA Destroys Food, Clothes,” with photo, Feb 1935, 2

“Croppers Resolved To Fight Landlord Oppression, A.A.A.,” Jun 1935, 5

“Farmers Condemn Bankhead and AAA,” Jan 1936, 3

“Supreme Court Rules Farm Measure Out,” Jan 1936, 4

“Real Vote Denied Sharecroppers In Tallapoosa County,” Jan 1936, 5

“S.T.F.U. Fights To Free Framed Farmers in Ark.,” Feb 1936, 7

“Missing Cropper Thought Slain By Landlords,” May 1936, 5

“Farm News,” May 1936, 5

“Farm News,” Jun 1936, 5

“Union Wins Benefits for Sharecroppers,” Jun 1936, 5

“The People Versus the Supreme Court,” Apr 1937, 5


Agricultural Workers Industrial League:
“Communists And Election,” Aug 16 1930, 4

“Farmers Rally For Struggle at Election Meet,” Aug 30 1930, 1

“Where Shall The Farmer Turn?” Aug 30 1930, 2

“Landlord Kills Farm Worker,” Dec 27 1930, 1


Agricultural Workers Wage Conference:
Caption, May 1937, 4
Aguada de Pasajeros, Cuba:
“Shoots Slave Driver,” Nov 29 1930, 1
Aiken, S.C.:
“Textile Strikes Sweep South As N.R.A. Brings Pay-Cuts, Stretch-Out,” Nov 15 1933, 1
Akerman, Alexander:
“Defy the Tampa Injunction!” Dec 19 1931, 4
Akron, Ohio:
“Hunger Marchers Demand Relief In Many Cities,” Jan 31 1931, 1

“400,000 Thruout [sic] Land In Jobless Demonstrations,” Mar 7 1931, 1

“Mass Defense Drive Frees Kassay in Ohio,” May 9 1931, 3

“Negro Labor Increases In All Industry,” Oct 24 1931, 3

Untitled, Oct 24 1931, 3

“Goodyear Co. Charged By Labor Board,” Jul 1936, 1


Alabama Associated Industries:
“The Convention of the A.F. of L.,” Oct 25 1930, 4
Alabama Black Shirt:
“K.K.K. and New Fascist Gangs Organize,” Nov 1934, 3
Alabama By-Products Co.:
“Lowest Wages at Sloss-Sheffield Mines,” Aug 30 1930, 3

“Slashing Wages In Walker County Mines,” Nov 15 1930, 3

“Ala. Miners Down Tools, Defy Strike-Breaking Order Of N.R.A. Board,” Mar 25 1934, 1

“Miners ‘Holiday’ Gains Demands,” Jul 1934, 3

“N.R.A. Board Rules Against Miners In Alabama Cases,” Oct 1934, 4

News of the Month in the South, “Alabama Industry Arms Against Unions,” Apr 1937, 11


Alabama City, Ala.:
“20,000 Alabama Textile Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 1

“Textile Mill Poll,” Jun 1936, 5


Alabama Clay Products Co.:
“More Unions O.K. H.R. 7598 In Bessemer,” Oct 1934, 2
Alabama Coal Co.:
“Homes Too Cold—Keep Warm In Mines, Says Smart Boss,” Oct 25

1930, 3
Alabama Cotton Manufacturers Association:


“The Textile Strike ‘Victory’,” Oct 1934, 6
Alabama Court of Appeals:
“Barton is Freed By State Court,” Dec 1936, 7

“Bessemer Law Invalidated, C.P. Demonstrates It Is Legal Party,” Dec 1936, 8-9


Alabama Dairy and Food Council:
The Reds Say, Dec 20 1930, 4
Alabama Democratic Party:
“Roosevelt Refuses Save Scottsboro 9; ILD Appeals Cases,” Sep 1934, 2
Alabama Department of Agriculture:
“Government Dooms Farmers To Starve,” Oct 4 1930, 4

“Drouth Leaves Trail of Misery In South,” Jul 1936, 1


Alabama Department of Child Welfare:
“[Illegible] Children Starving In One County Alone,” Oct 4 1930, 1

“Government Dooms Farmers To Starve,” Oct 4 1930, 4


Alabama Department of Education:
“Illiterate Alabama to Close More Schools,” Oct 10 1931, 4
Alabama Department of Health:
“Victims of Exploitation,” Sep 20 1930, 3
Alabama Department of Public Welfare:
“WPA Children Go Hungry to School,” Mar-Apr 1936, 6
Alabama Drydock and Shipbuilding Co.:
“Signing Up Already,” Mar 1937, 15

“C.I.O. Comes to Mobile,” Jun 1937, 8


Alabama Electric Co.:
“A United Front to Save Scottsboro Boys,” May 2 1931, 4
Alabama Employees Advancement Association:
“T.C.I. Using Company Unions To Fight Unemployment Tax,” Feb 1936, 2
Alabama Farm Production Bulletin:
“Federal Farm Board Starvation Program,” Mar 21 1931, 4
Alabama Farmers Union:
“Agricultural Workers Organize Federal Local,” Mar 1937, 13
Alabama Federation of Labor:
“20,000 Alabama Textile Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 1

“More Unions O.K. H.R. 7598 In Bessemer,” Oct 1934, 2

“United Front Burning Need In Fight Against Hunger and Terror, Say Communists!” Dec 1934, 4

“Communists In The Labor Unions,” Dec 1934, 6

“Mitch Attacks Reds, Fails Prepare Strike at U.M.W.A. Meet,” May 1935, 1

“Member of B’ham Trades Council Hits Clique Rule,” Jun 1935, 2

Trade Union Topics, Feb 1936, 2

“T.C.I. Using Company Unions To Fight Unemployment Tax,” Feb 1936, 2

“Alabama Labor At The Crossroads,” Mar-Apr 1936, 2

News of the Month in the South, “Alabama Gets New Sales Tax,” Apr 1937, 13

Caption, May 1937, 3
Alabama Foundry:
“N.R.A. Means Pay Cuts, Speed-Up In Ala. Foundry,” Nov 15 1933, 3
Alabama Fuel and Iron:
“Boy Miners Sue Alabama Fuel Co.,” Feb 1936, 2

News of the Month in the South, “Alabama Industry Arms Against Unions,” Apr 1937, 11


Alabama Law Enforcement Association:
“Mill Strikers Slept On Railway Tracks to Keep Cars Still,” Mar-Apr 1936, 6
Alabama Mills, Inc.:
Important News In Short: Jasper, Ala., Mar-Apr 1935, 6

News of the Month in the South, “Alabama Industry Arms Against Unions,” Apr 1937, 11


Alabama Packing Company:
Trade Union Topics, Sep 1936, 2
Alabama Polytechnic Institute:
“Why Poll Tax Reform?” May 1936, 8
Alabama Power Co.:
“Ala. Hearing Postponed, Some Released on Bail,” Aug 1 1931, 1

“Tax The Rich, Take The War Funds And Keep The Schools Open!” Feb 10 1934, 4

“Nothing Too Low For Bosses Against Toilers,” Feb 1935, 1
Alabama State League of Young Democrats:
“K.K.K. and New Fascist Gangs Organize,” Nov 1934, 3
Alabama State Milk Control Board:

“Price Rise Makes Birmingham’s Milk Most Expensive in County,” Nov 1936, 4


Alabama State School for Girls:
“Brutal Treatment in Alabama State School,” Apr 4 1931, 3
Alabama Supreme Court:
“Scottsboro Mass Defense To Fight On To Victory,” Jun 27 1931, 1

“Boys Tormented By Jailer At Kilby Prison,” Jul 4 1931, 1

“Demand Release of Boys From Kilby Death Cells,” Dec 26 1931, 1

“New Trickery In Scottsboro Case Appeals,” Jan 2 1932, 2

“Boys Denounce NAACP; Want Real Defense,” Jan 9 1932, 1

“Mass Power Will Free the Scottsboro Boys,” Jan 9 1932, 4

“Judge Furious at World-Wide Mass Protests,” Jan 30 1932, 1

“Court System Of All South Under Attack,” Feb 6 1932, 1

“Workers of World Demand Release of Scottsboro Boys,” Feb 20 1932, 3

“Communism Stronger Each Year, Says Prof.,” Feb 20 1932, 3

“Over $10,000.00 Spent By I.L.D. On Scottsboro,” Mar 5 1932, 3

“I.L.D. Calls Mass Conference Aug. 13 In B’ham to Save Willie Peterson,” Jul 12 1933, 1

“I.L.D. To Appeal Lynch Verdict of Alabama Supreme Court; Demands Action from Roosevelt,” Jul 1934, 1

“Warrants Try Outlaw Reds, Workers’ Paper,” Sep 1934, 1

Important News In Short: Montgomery, Ala., Oct 1934, 3

“Scottsboro Deaths Halted By I.L.D., Mothers Berate Liebowitz [sic],” Dec 1934, 1

News In Brief, “Miners Win Victory In State Court,” Jan 1936, 3

“Cops And Klan Found Guilty In Florida,” Jun 1936, 3

“Local Leader Railroaded to Chain Gang,” Sep 1936, 1

Trade Union Topics, Sep 1936, 2


Albany, Ga.:
Lynch Law At Work: Albany, Ga., Dec 27 1930, 2

“Plowing Under Puts Tenants Deeper Into Debt; Mortgaged Farmers Fear Foreclosure in Fall,” Aug 15 1933, 3


Albany, N.Y.:
“Hunger Marchers Demand Relief In Many Cities,” Jan 31 1931, 1

“Hunger Marcher, Beaten at Albany, Is Near Death,” Mar 14 1931, 2


Alberta, Ala.:
“Farmers Want Red Organizers,” Feb 28 1931, 1

“Croppers In Ala. Organize For Struggle,” Mar 7 1931, 1

“Starving Farmers Are Ready To Fight For Real Relief,” Mar 14 1931, 3
ALCOA: See Aluminum Company of America
Alcoa, Tenn.:
“Aluminum Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 4

Caption, News of the Month in the South, “Against Southern Differential Aluminum Workers Strike,” Jul 1937, 11


Aldridge, A. H.:
“N.R.A. Board Rules Against Miners In Alabama Cases,” Oct 1934, 4
Aldridge, Ab.:
“Company Union Driven Out By Workers Demand,” Jan 1936, 4
Alef, Mrs. William:
“D.A.R. Fears Communists; Call For Police,” May 2 1931, 3
Alexander, Bill:
“Deputies’ Fire Kills 2 Miners; Wounds Many,” Oct 1934, 1

“Miners Charged Educating Stool As Killer Freed,” Nov 1934, 3

“Steel Company Hires Deputy Killer,” Dec 1934, 2
Alexander, Lewis:
“Scottsboro Protest Grows Thruout [sic] World,” Jul 18 1931, 1
Alexander City, Ala.:
“Camp Hill; A Beacon Light For Mass of Southern Land Slaves,” Dec 5 1931, 4
Alexandria, La.:
“Blast Machinery To Oust Negroes,” Apr 25 1931, 2

Lynch Law At Work: Alexandria, La., Jun 13 1931, 2

Lynch Law At Work: Alexandria, La., Sep 12 1931, 2

“Flood Waters Now Exceeding 1927 Disaster,” Feb 6 1932, 2

“Organize Farmer-Labor Cooperative Plan,” Dec 1936, 6
Alfonse XIII:
“Another Form of Boss Government Set Up In Spain,” Apr 25 1931, 2
Alford, Jason:
“U.M.W. of A. Fakers Feeding Harlan Strikers On Promises,” Jun 20 1931, 3

“Miners Prepare Strike In Ky. Despite Thugs,” Aug 1 1931, 1

“Jail Ky. Strike Leaders; Terror Of Thugs Grows,” Aug 15 1931, 1
Algiers, La.:
“Young Strikers Jailed At New Orleans Camp,” Jan 1935, 2
Alleghany Valley, Pa.:
“The Wildwood Massacre,” Jul 18 1931, 4
Allen, Ben:
“Eliz. Scab Herder Put In Charge of Relief,” Mar 21 1931, 3
Allen, Mrs. C.A.:
Lynch Law At Work: Birmingham, Ala., Sep 19 1931, 2
Allen Company:
“Hod Carriers Strike For Union Wage,” Jul 1936, 3
Allen, Fred, see Crouch, Paul:
Allen, James S., also Allen, Jim: see Auerbach, Solomon
Allen, Jane:
Important News In Short: Danville, Va., Jan 1935, 4
Allen, Lena Mae:
Lynch Law At Work: Birmingham, Ala., Sep 19 1931, 2
Allen, Oscar Kelly:
“‘So Sorry You Are Starving,’ Say La. Relief Officials,” Nov 15 1933, 3
Allen, O.W.:
“Thousands Of Atlanta Workers At Mass Funeral For Blind Negro Murdered By Police,” Sep 20 1933, 2
Allen Saw Mill:
“Gets Puppy For Two Weeks Work,” Jun 27 1931, 3
Allen, T.A. :
“Arkansas Planters Murder Organizer of Tenant’s Union,” Mar-Apr 1935, 1
Allen, W.G.:
“Force Arrest,” Nov 8 1930, 3
Allentown, Pa.:
“6,000 In Pa. Silk Strike,” May 16 1931, 1

“8,000 In Mill Strike In New Jersey, R.I.,” Aug 1 1931, 2

“Penn. Bosses Jail Working Class Leaders,” Oct 17 1931, 2
Alliance, Ohio:
“Aid For Southern Worker Not Coming Fast Enough,” Dec 20 1930, 1
Alling, Kay, also Alling, Mrs. R.W.:
“Fifteen Arrested In Georgia Terror Drive Under Slave Law,” Nov 1934, 1
Alling, Mrs. R. W.:
“Fifteen Arrested In Georgia Terror Drive Under Slave Law,” Nov 1934, 1

“Atlanta Worker Prisoners Free On Bond—Militant Girls Fight On,” Dec 1934, 2


All-Southern Anti-Lynching Conference:
“Anti-Lynching Conference Postponed To November 9,” Oct 4 1930, 1

“Georgia Lynching Makes 34th In 1930,” Oct 4 1930, 1

“Preparing the Ground in Georgia,” Oct 4 1930, 4

“The Southern Worker Reaches One Year,” Aug 22 1931, 2


All-Southern Chattanooga Defense Conference:
“‘Peace And Harmony’ of an Electric Chair,” Jun 6 1931, 4
All-Southern Conference for Trade Union and Civil Rights:

“Civil Rights, Labor Party Endorsed At Conference,” Jun 1935, 1


All-Southern Scottsboro Defense Conference:
“Facts Show 9 Negro Boys Innocent; Protest Grows,” Apr 25 1931, 1

“Parade Welcomes Mrs. Patterson,” May 2 1931, 1

“Lynched Worker Proved Innocent,” May 2 1931, 2

“Dastardly Trick To Fool Parents Fails,” May 9 1931, 1

“For A United Front Conference!” May 9 1931, 4

“Mass Protest Already Gains Points in Court,” May 16 1931, 1

“Boy’s [sic] Parents To Be At Scottsboro Conference,” May 30 1931, 1

“‘Peace And Harmony’ of an Electric Chair,” Jun 6 1931, 4

“Mass Arrests of Harlan Miners; I.L.D. on Scene,” Jun 13 1931, 1

“The Southern Worker Reaches One Year,” Aug 22 1931, 2


Allston, Mass.:
“Scottsboro Conferences in 12 Cities,” May 16 1931, 4
Alsup, John:
“Kill Negroes For Rewards,” Dec 20 1930, 1
Altavista, Va.:
“Exposes A.F.L. In Danville Gets 60 Days,” Nov 29 1930, 1
Altman, John W.:
“Ike Robinton Stands With Labor Enemies,” Jun 1936, 6

Trade Union Topics, Jul 1936, 2


Alton Mill:
“Mayor Lied To New Orleans Jobless—No Jobs, No Money,” Jul 25 1931, 3
Altoona, La.:
“A Better Method,” May 9 1931, 2
Aluminum Company of America:
“Tenn. Bosses Ready To War On Jobless,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“Aluminum Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 4

“Racketeers in Patriotism,” May 1937, 6

Caption, News of the Month in the South, Jul 1937, 11


Aluminum Workers Union:
News of the Month in the South, “Against Southern Differential Aluminum Workers Strike,” with photo, Jul 1937, 11
Alva, Ky.:
“How the ‘Black List’ Works In Kentucky Coal Regions,” Oct 10 1931, 1
Alvin, Tex.:
“Tells How He Kept Alive,” Jan 10 1931, 1
Amalgamated Assn. of Government and Relief Workers:
News of the Month in the South, “Birmingham W.P.A. Workers Protest Cuts at Mass Meeting,” May 1937, 12
Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers:
“T.C.I. Workers Who Got $8.00 in 1930 Now Get $3.80; Company Deducts Jobless Aid From Pay When Re-Hiring,” Aug 15 1933, 2

“A.F. of L. Big Shots Betray Rank And File,” Jul 1934, 4

“Workers’ Congress To Washington Supported By Southern Masses As Unions Back Insurance Bill,” Dec 1934, 1

“Workers Insurance Congress Unites Thousands in Washington: White, Negro Workers And Farmers Send Delegates From South,” Jan 1935, 1

“Promises Made By T.C.I. Bosses To Prevent Strike Now Forgotten As Workers Thrown Out To Starve,” Jan 1935, 5

“Steel Union Invites Miners to National Meet For Struggle,” Feb 1935, 1

“T.C.I. Blast Furnace Worker Calls ‘Build Party and Union’,” Feb 1935, 5

“Trades Council Leaders Exposed As Member Calls For Honest Leadership,” May 1935, 5

“Steel Workers Fight Attempts To Split Union,” Jun 1935, 5

“Seeks Freedom For Framed-Up Youth,” Jan 1936, 1

“Miners Hail Industrial Union Fight,” Feb 1936, 1

“T.C.I. Using Company Unions To Fight Unemployment Tax,” Feb 1936, 2

“Alabama Labor At The Crossroads,” Mar-Apr 1936, 2

“Organizing Dixie,” May 1936, 8

“Steel Union to Follow C.I.O. Leadership,” Jun 1936, 1

“Organize Steel,” Jun 1936, 8

“Steel Drive Moves Ahead in Alabama,” Sep 1936, 1

“Steel Men Join Union Fast, CIO Leader Reports,” Nov 1936, 1

“Steel Workers Soon To ‘Talk Turkey’,” Jan 1937, 9

The American Scene, “Steel Workers to Present Demands By April 1,” Mar 1937, 10

News of the Month in the South, “Birmingham’s First Sit-Down Strike Wins 20 Per Cent Wage Boost,” Mar 1937, 11

News of the Month in the South, “Steel Workers In Second Sit-Down Strike,” Mar 1937, 11

“Steel Victorious!” Apr 1937, 3

News of the Month in the South, “Steel Workers Win Stove Strike,” Apr 1937, 11

News of the Month in the South, “Gin Co. Steel Workers Strike,” Apr 1937, 11

News of the Month in the South, “Steel Drive Begun in Chattanooga,” May 1937, 11


Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union:
“Trade Unions Help Spain,” Sep 1936, 2

The American Scene, “In the Garment Shops,” Dec 1936, 3

“Ask A.F. of L. to Lift C.I.O. Suspensions,” Dec 1936, 3

News of the Month in the South, “Miners Help Striking LaFollette Clothing Workers”,” Mar 1937, 11

“Textile is Next,” Apr 1937, 4
Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America:
“Jury Acquits Union Leader In Bomb Frame-Up,” Feb 1935, 1

“Meat Cutters Union Meets In Memphis,” Jun 1936, 2


Amalgamated Workers League:
“Workers Insurance Congress Unites Thousands in Washington: White, Negro Workers And Farmers Send Delegates From South,” Jan 1935, 1
Ambridge, Pa.:
“Denied Hospital Treatment,” Oct 31 1931, 4
American Animal Rescue Society:
“Chloroform For Baby,” Jan 9 1932, 4
American Atlas Corp.:
“More Rayon Slaves,” Mar 7 1931, 3
American Bemberg and Glanzstoff Corp.:
Cut Textile Workers $7 in Elizabethton,” Oct 11 1930, 3

“Such Fakers For Bosses’ Candidates,” Nov 1 1930, 5

“Evictions In Elizabethton,” Nov 8 1930, 3

“New Stretch-Out Coming In Elizabethton,” Dec 27 1930, 1

“Will Elizabethton Fighters Accept New Stretch-Out?” Dec 27 1930, 4

“Bemberg Won’t Hire Workers That Struck,” Jan 10 1931, 3

“10% Wage-Cut In Glanzstoff,” Jan 24 1931, 3

“Rayon Corp. Cheats Maimed Worker Out Of Compensation,” Jan 24 1931, 3

“Raise Taxes Of Carter Farmers; Bemberg Exempt,” Jan 31 1931, 1

“More Speed-Up At Glanzstoff,” Jan 31 1931, 3

“More Spools, 5¢ Hour Cuts In Twisting Dept.,” Feb 7 1931, 3

“$19.50 Highest Wage In Viscose Department,” Feb 7 1931, 3

“Clean Machines on Own Time in the Spool Dept.,” Feb 7 1931, 3

“Jail Militant Elizabethton Rayon Worker,” Feb 14 1931, 2

“Coning Workers Make $15 Less Than 1929,” Feb 14 1931, 3

“Cut More Wages By Fines in Spool Dept.,” Feb 14 1931, 3

“Must Get Rid of Rot in Eliz. By Organizing,” Feb 21 1931, 2

“Expose Bemberg Democracy Plan,” Feb 21 1931, 3

“Glantzstoff [sic] Cheats Gassed Workers Out of Insurance,” Feb 21 1931, 3

“Red Cross Takes Names Only—But Gives Not,” Feb 21 1931, 3

“Stony Creek Farmer Tells of A.F. of L. Red Scare Lies,” Feb 28 1931, 3

Caption, Mar 21 1931, 3

“Flies From S.U. Into Glantzstoff [sic],” Apr 4 1931, 3

“How Does Pill Peddler Know?” Apr 11 1931, 3

“Work 12-Year-Old Children In Rayon Mill,” Apr 25 1931, 3

“Cut Wages Twice in 3 Months in Rayon Mill,” May 2 1931, 3

“More Speed-up In Spool Room,” May 9 1931, 3

“Farmers Pay Bemberg Tax,” May 9 1931, 3

“7-Day Week Means Speed-Up For All Glanzstoff Workers,” May 9 1931, 3

“50 Do Work of 90 in Bemberg Chemical Dept.,” May 16 1931, 3

“Workers Choked By Boss Greed,” May 16 1931, 3

“Carter County Farmes [sic] Fight Tax Oppression,” May 23 1931, 1

“12-Hour Shift in Rayon Plants,” May 30 1931, 3
American Bridge Co.:
“Denied Hospital Treatment,” Oct 31 1931, 4
American Cast Iron Pipe Company:
“ACIPCO Pipe Shop Is Turning Off Workers Nearing Pension Age,” Aug 31 1933, 2

“Pipe Shop Cuts Pay,” Jul 1934, 3

“Fire Union Militant Then Speed Up At American Casting,” Feb 1935, 4

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