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Finding Aid for the Hyman Weintraub and William Goldberg Collection of Socialist Party Material, ca. 1924-1946
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Box 1, Folder 1

The Student Outlook (vol.3 no.1-5). New York: Intercollegiate League for Industrial Democracy. October 1934-May 1935

Box 1, Folder 2

The Student Advocate. New York: American Student Union. 1937-1938

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.1, no.1-8 (February 1936-April 1937).
  • vol.2, no.1 and 3 (May and December 1937).
  • vol.3, no.1 (March 1938).

Note

The student organization which was formed through the merger of the Student League for Industrial Democracy and the National Student League.
Box 1, Folder 3

Goldberg, William. “Socialism.” 1928

Physical Description: (61pp.)

Scope and Content Note

A scrapbook of newspaper clippings dealing with the 1928 presidential campaign.
Box 1, Folder 4

Press Releases. Socialist Campaign Publicity Bureau, New York. 1940

Physical Description: (Mimeographed)

Scope and Content Note

  • Biography of Norman Thomas, n.d. (1p.).
  • Biography of Maynard Krueger, n.d. (1p.).
  • Background Information, n.d. (3pp.).
  • “Socialism and the Farmers Problem,” an address by Norman Thomas, n.d. (4pp.).
  • “America and the War,” an address by Norman Thomas, n.d. (3pp.).
  • “Socialism and the Worker,” an address by Norman Thomas, n.d. (3pp.).
  • “Conscription and Organized Labor,” by Arthur McDowell, n.d. (2pp.).
  • Statement by Norman Thomas on Pan-American Solidarity, May 11, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Statement by Norman Thomas on state election laws, May 25, 1940
  • Text of NBC radio address, “Undemocratic Tendencies of Election Laws Against Minority Parties,” by Norman Thomas, May 25, 1940 (4pp.).
  • Roosevelt Armament Program “Hysterical,” Says Norman Thomas, May 31, 1940 (2pp.).
  • “America's Duty in Time of Crisis,” an address by Norman Thomas, June 2, 1940 (5pp.).
  • Socialists establish campaign headquarters in New York City, June 6, 1940 (1p.).
  • Memorandum to the Labor Press, June 6, 1940 (1p.).
  • Copy of letter by Norman Thomas to President Franklin D. Roosevelt on care of refugees, June 11, 1940 (3pp.).
  • Memorandum to editors on “We Take Our Stand,” June 12, 1940 (4pp.).
  • Wendell Willkie called upon to endorse war referendum, June 15, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Socialists draft labor plank for platform, June 17, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Socialists pledge support to Negro people, June 18, 1940 (2pp.).
  • “I fear Hitlerism more than Hitler,” Norman Thomas, June 19, 1940 (4pp.).
  • Norman Thomas asks President to veto Smith Sedition Bill, letter to F.D. Roosevelt, June 24, 1940 (2pp.).
  • U.S. Attorney General upholds Socialists' petition rights, July 15, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas assails Burke-Wadsworth military conscription bill, text of statement to House Military Affairs Committee, July 26, 1940 (5pp.).
  • Norman Thomas attacks conscription bill as anti-labor, statement before Senate Military Affairs Committee, July 11, 1940 (3pp.).
  • “Socialize for Defense,” Socialist National Committee Declares, Statement of the Socialist Party National Executive Committee on War and Defense, July 29, 1940 (5pp.).
  • Letter from Travers Clement to Editors regarding nominating peititons to get on the Ohio ballot, August 1, 1940 (3pp.).
  • Memorandum, Norman Thomas to speak at Teachers' College, August 5, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas speaks at Teachers' College, August 6, 1940 (1p.).
  • Administration's South American Policy Nullified by Relations with South American Dictators, summary of address by Norman Thomas at Columbia University Teachers' College, August 6, 1940 (3pp.).
  • Maynard Krueger to speak at Mountain Iron, Minnesota, August 7, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas to address Iowa Socialists, n.d. (enclosures) (3pp.).
  • Solution of farm problem demands 100 billion national income, August 11, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas denounces Massachusetts Ballot ruling, August 14, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas issues personal appeal to Ohio voters, August 16, 1940.
  • Text of letter, August 16, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Socialists hit segregation of Negroes at Willkie ceremonies, August 17, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas poses seven questions to Willkie, August 21, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Norman Thomas to speak in Buffalo, n.d. (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas statement on Russell-Overton amendment to conscription bill, September 3, 1940 (1p.).
  • “How Shall We Fight Hitlerism,” Norman Thomas radio address over Columbia Broadcasting System, September 4, 1940 (4pp.).
  • Maynard Kreuger to speak in Baltimore, September 9, 1940 (1p.).
  • Travers Clement statement on Daniel W. Hoan, September 11, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas to speak in San Francisco, September 13, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas renews challenge to debate Wendell Willkie, letters from Willkie to Thomas and from Thomas to Willkie, n.d. (1p.).
  • Liberals join to support Norman Thomas, September 26, 1940 (1p.).
  • Text of letter with sixty signers in support of Norman Thomas sent to The Nation, n.d. (1p.).
  • Socialists may not join Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, text of letter from Travers Clement to William Allen White, September 25, 1940; September 26, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Socialists to seek repeal of conscription, n.d. (1p.).
  • Statement of Socialist Party on Peacetime Military Conscription, n.d. (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas calls for repeal of Conscription law, October 16, 1940 (1p.).
  • Statement on conscription by Norman Thomas, October 16, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Socialist presidential ticket in 29 states, October 21, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Norman Thomas to wind up campaign, October 23, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas wires Wendell Willkie, October 24, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas warns democracy in U.S. degenerating into totalitarianism, October 26, 1940 (1p.).
  • “Our Dying Democracy,” Norman Thomas radio address over C.B.S., October 26, 1940 (4pp.).
  • “A Program for Total Democracy,” Summary of address by Norman Thomas, October 27, 1940 (3pp.).
  • Democracy doomed under capitalism Thomas says, October 27, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas comments on John L. Lewis' endorsement of Wendell Willkie, October 28, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Norman Thomas appeals for organized labor vote, n.d. (2pp.).
  • “The America that Might be Ours,” radio address by Norman Thomas, n.d. (4pp.).
  • Norman Thomas makes radio address from Detroit, October 30, 1940 (2pp.).
  • Norman Thomas speaks in Milwaukee, October 31, 1940 (1p.).
  • “Roosevelt Democratic Candidate of the War Machine,” excerpts from speech by Norman Thomas in Milwaukee, October 31, 1940 (2pp.).
  • “Is this a Phoney Campaign,” excerpts from speech in Pittsburg, November 1, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas hits political machine connections of Roosevelt, Willkie, November 2, 1940 (1p.).
  • “The Old Parties Have Their Political Machine,” excerpts from speech by Norman Thomas at Newark, November 2, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas, Maynard Krueger address wind-up rally in New York, November 3, 1940 (1p.).
  • Norman Thomas to make last minute appeal on radio, n.d. (1p.).
  • “Don't Throw Away Your Votes,” excerpts from address by Norman Thomas in New York, November 3, 1940 (4pp.).
Box 1, Folder 5

American Socialist Quarterly.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.4 no.2 (June 1935).
  • vol.5.
Box 1, Folder 5

American Socialist Monthly.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.5 no.4,9 (June 1936 and February 1937).
  • vol.6 no.1 (May 1937).
Box 1, Folder 5

Socialist Review.

Scope and Content Note

vol.6, no.3,5,6 (October-November 1937; March-April 1938).
Box 2, Folder 1

Socialist Action. Chicago: Socialist Party national office.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.1 no.1,3,5-12 (October 1934-October 1935).
  • vol.2 no.1,2,4-7,9 (November 1935-November 1936).

Note

Its purpose is to unify organizational and financial efforts, carry out political drives, and report on Socialist activities. It includes speakers' notes on various topics of the day.
Box 2, Folder 2

Young Socialist Review.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.1 no.1,2 (Fall 1934 and Spring 1935).
  • vol.2 no.1-3 (October 1935-January 1936).
  • November 1939.
  • December 1940.
  • April-July, December 1941.
  • July-December 1942.
Box 2, Folder 3

Socialist Campaigner.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.1 no.2,6-11,13 (June-October 1940).
  • vol.2 no.5-13 (March-December 1941).
  • vol.3 no.1-10 (January-December 1942).
  • vol.4 no.1,2,[3] (January-May 1943).
Box 2, Folder 4

Hammer and Tongs.

Scope and Content Note

  • January-December 1940.
  • January-March, October 1941.
  • April, November and December 1942.
  • February and May 1943.
  • May 1944.
  • September 1945.
  • January and May-June 1946.
Box 3, Folder 1

“The March of Socialism, 1928-1932.” Journal of the Seventeenth National Convention, Socialist Party. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. May 20-24, 1932

Physical Description: (64pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Souvenir journal containing reports of the Socialist Party in the United States and Europe. The journal reflects the renewed life which had been breathed into the Socialist Party at this time.
Box 3, Folder 2

Journal of the Eighteenth National Convention, Socialist Party of America. Detroit, Michigan. May 30-June 3, 1934

Physical Description: (88pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Souvenir journal containing reports from various sections of the Socialist Party, greetings from Socialists throughout the world, articles on the history of the Socialist Party, etc.
Box 3, Folder 3

35th Anniversary Journal, 1936 National Convention of the Socialist Party. Cleveland, Ohio. May 23-26, 1936

Physical Description: (52pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Convention journal containing greetings, articles, reviews of past history, and advertisements.
Box 3, Folder 4

Report to the National Convention of the Socialist Party. Kenosha, Wisconsin. April 21-23, 1938

Physical Description: (37pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Report of the Secretary to the convention on Party activity during the past two years covering such matters as organization, political activity, anti-war work, international matters, the press, internal party controversy, and finances.
Box 3, Folder 5

Proceedings of the National Convention of the Socialist Party. Washington, D.C. April 6-8, 1940

Physical Description: (36pp. Mimeographed copy)

Scope and Content Note

Contains 1940 platform, resolutions on war, workers defense, democracy, farm program, etc., proposed changes to the Constitution of the Socialist Party, rules of the convention, and abbreviated minutes of the convention proceedings.
Box 3, Folder 6

Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Convention of the Socialist Party of the United States. Washington, D.C. April 6-8, 1940

Physical Description: (455pp. Typewritten copy)

Scope and Content Note

Stenographic copy of convention proceedings (only six copies were made).
Box 3, Folder 6

Delegates Handbook to the 1940 National Convention of the Socialist Party. Washington, D.C. April 6-8, 1940

Physical Description: (138pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Contains reports of officers, proposed resolutions, campaign proposals, “Songs for Workers,” and the minutes of the convention sessions.
Box 3, Folder 7

Proceedings of the National Convention of the Socialist Party. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. May 30-June 1, 1942

Physical Description: (51pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Contains resolutions, committee reports, brief minutes, and the Constitution of the Socialist Party.
Box 3, Folder 8

Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth National Convention of the Socialist Party. Reading, Pennsylvania. June 2-4, 1944

Physical Description: (138pp.)

Scope and Content Note

Contains reports of officers, resolutions, constitution, minutes of the convention, committee reports, etc. Also contains an analysis of the convention by Travers Clement, Ben Horowitz and others.
Box 4, Folder 1

Minutes of the Twenty Fifth National Convention of the Socialist Party. Chicago, Illinois. May 31, June 1 and 2, 1946

Physical Description: (Mimeographed, pp.1-30, not numbered)

Scope and Content Note

Contains minutes, resolutions, and very brief comments on the debate.
Box 4, Folder 2

Minutes, N.E.C., S.P. 1941-47

Scope and Content Note

Also, communications and minutes of the N.A.C., 1945-47.
Box 4, Folder 3

Resolutions adopted at State Convention of Young People's Socialist League, Federation of California, 1-33.

Box 4, Folder 3

Minutes of State Convention of the Socialist Party of California. February 26-27, 1938

Note

See also Box 15
Box 4, Folder 3

Proceedings of the 1941 Convention of the Socialist Party of California. 1941

Box 4, Folder 3

Proceedings of the 1942 Convention of the Socialist Party of California. 1942

Box 4, Folder 4

Record and Due Book of Hollywood Socialist Party. 1933

Box 5

Young People's Socialist League, Greater New York Federation. Notebooks 1-3 (vol.2 no.2- ). September 18, 1934-September 9, 1937

Physical Description: (Approximately 650pp. in 3 notebooks)

Scope and Content Note

This is a file of the weekly Yipsel Organizer minutes of the City Central Committee and the minutes of the Executive Committee, which met weekly, for the same dates. There are a few miscellaneous items, ie., posters, letters, and leaflets. All items are filed together in chronological order.

Note

See also Box 15
Box 6

Young People's Socialist League, National Executive Committee. Notebooks 1-3. 1932-1941

Physical Description: (2,000pp.)

Scope and Content Note

  • Material re the Young People's Socialist League, National Executive Committee.
  • Correspondence between William Goldberg, member of the National Executive Committee of the Y.P.S.L., with the national office.
  • Unabridged minutes of all N.E.C. meetings, National Organization Committee meetings and confidential reports on every phase of socialist youth work are included.
  • After 1937 the file included primarily abridged minutes of most of the meetings of the N.E.C., all the convention proceedings and a few miscellaneous items up to 1941.

Note

See also Box 15
Box 7, Folder 1

Bulletins (Miscellaneous).

Scope and Content Note

  • National YPSL Bulletin (vol.1 no.1-7), December 1934-June 1935.
  • California YPSL Bulletin (vol.1 no.1-3), January-April 1935.
  • Young Socialist Action (vol.1 no.1-2). Monthly Bulletin of YPSL of California, January-March 1936.
  • “Bring the NEC to California,” October 1935.
  • Weekly News Bulletin of Los Angeles YPSL (vol.1 no.1-vol.8 no.1, and vol.8 no.6), November 1934-November 1936. Name changed to Los Angeles YPSL Bulletin (vol.2 no.4), and to Revolt (vol.5 no.9).
  • The Appeal (issued by YPSL of Philadelphia), March 15, 1933.
  • Handbook and Proceedings of First State Convention, YPSL of Ohio, April 6-7, 1935.
  • Three Arrows (vol.1 no.5). Bi-weekly bulletin, Philadelphia YPSL, March 2, 1935.
  • The Ideal (vol.3 no.1). Published by YPSL Circle 11 Jr., Bronx, New York, March 1935.
  • Invitation to Socialist Youth Conference, March 7-8, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Yipsel Action (vol.2 no.1). Published by YPSL of Newark, New Jersey, January 1936.
  • Socialist Youth (vol.1 no.1-2). Published by Milwaukee County YPSL-internal bulletin, November-December 1936.
  • Socialist Youth (vol.2 no.3,7 and 11). Official bulletin Cook County Federation YPSL, February-September 1935. Also 9 un-numbered issues, July 1935-April 1936.
Box 7, Folders 2-3

Young People's Socialist League Organization (very complete). September 1933-December 1936

Physical Description: (2 notebooks)

Scope and Content Note

Consisting primarily of mimeographed instructions from the national office of the YPSL to its circles directing them in various fields of socialist activity.
One small section of the second notebook consists of organizational material issued by various sections of the young socialist movement.
Box 8, Folder 1

Labor and Socialist Press Service. Chicago (Published weekly by the National Headquarters, Socialist Party, for the labor and socialist press). October 1934-December 1935

Box 8, Folder 2

Labor and Socialist Press Service. Chicago. January-July 1936

Box 8, Folder 3

Labor and Socialist Press Service. Chicago. July-December 1936

Box 8, Folder 4

Notes for Speakers. Chicago.

Scope and Content Note

Published by the Socialist Party. Contains facts and suggested approaches to a variety of current topics for Socialist speakers.
Box 9, Folder 1

Young People's Socialist League. Educational publications.

Box 9, Folder 1

Letters from Educational Director, Young People's Socialist League to Yipsel circles. v.d. from February 1934-August 1935

Box 9, Folder 1

“Reading List,” prepared by Will Chosen. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Socialist Chatauqua - reading list for speakers. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Interview on Socialism. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Educational Suggestions. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Child Labor Study Outline, by Gus Tyler. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Unemployment Insurance Outline by Irving Barshop. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

A Short History of the British Labor Party, by Walter R. Storey. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

A Short History of Socialism in America, by Walter R. Storey. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Money, by Gus Tyler. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Principles of Marxism, by Gus Tyler. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Life of Karl Marx, by Gus Tyler. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Outline on Socialism, by Gus Tyler. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

An Outline of Socialist Economics, by Gus Tyler. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

A Short History of Labor Unions in America, by Walter R. Storey.

Box 9, Folder 1

The Labor Injunction, by Aaron Levenstein.

Box 9, Folder 1

The Hillgirt Workers' Rights Amendment, by John L. Levine and Charles Stewart.

Box 9, Folder 1

The Question of a Labor Party, by Ernest Erber. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

New Line of the YCL. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Elementary Study Course, Socialist Principles and Program, by Andrew J. Biemitler, Harold Kelso and Maynard C. Krueger. Published by Socialist Party of America. n.d.

Box 9, Folder 1

Outline Study Course, Fundamentals of Socialism, by Roger Rush. n.d.

Box 9, Folders 2-3

Propaganda.

Scope and Content Note

2 notebooks consisting primarily of printed and mimeographed leaflets and four page pamphlets distributed by the Young People's Socialist League and Socialist Party in California. Some of the items are from other organizations. The period covered in these notebooks is from 1928 to 1940. The majority of the material is published in Chicago.
Box 10, Folder 1

Young People's Socialist League. 1933

Scope and Content Note

Statements concerning United Front.
Box 10, Folder 1

The Class Struggle (vol.1 no.2 and 3). Published bi-weekly, mimeographed in Chicago by left-wing group within Socialist Party. October-November 1932

Box 10, Folder 1

A Call Against War and Fascism, by United Committee for Struggle Against War and Anti-Fascist Action, Los Angeles. n.d.

Box 10, Folder 1

Manifesto and Program of American League Against War and Fascism, New York. 1933

Box 10, Folder 1

A Tragic Note on the United Front, by Albert Goldman. 1935

Box 10, Folder 1

Debate between Young People's Socialist League and Young Communist League, Los Angeles, including, financial statement.

Box 10, Folder 1

Report of the American Delegates to the Special Conference of the Labor and Socialist International. Chicago. 1933

Box 10, Folder 1

Correspondence dealing with sale and promotion of The Challenge, official organ of Young People's Socialist League. March 1933-February 1937

Box 10, Folder 2

YPSL Affairs (vol.1 no.1-vol.2 no.2). Official organizational bulletin, Young People's Socialist League, published in New York.

Scope and Content Note

Also, 10 un-numbered issues, February 1941-February 1942.
Box 10, Folder 3

The One Big Union Monthly (vol.1 no.2,10,11, vol.2 no.1-5). Chicago. February 1937-May 1938

Box 11, Folder 1

Socialist Action (vol.1 no.1-vol.2 no.3). New York. November 1945-May 1946

Physical Description: (Mimeographed)
Box 11, Folder 2

Falcon Call (vol.2 no.2-vol.4 no.1). Publication for Socialist children's groups. New York. February 1935-Spring 1937

Box 11, Folder 3

Socialist Appeal. Organ of Trotskyite branch of Socialist Workers Party. Chicago: Appeal Publishing Company. 1935-1938

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.1 no.4,5,7-9, June 1935-October 1936.
  • vol.1 no.6-8, September-October 1937.
  • vol.2 no.24,26, June 1938.
Box 11, Folder 4

Clarity. Organ of the center group in the Socialist Party; internal discussion. New York. March 1937

Box 11, Folder 5

Arise (vol.1 no.1,3,4). New York: Rebel Arts. October 1934-April 1935

Box 11, Folder 6

Arise. New York. Published by the Young People's Socialist League.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.1 no.1-5, November 1937-May 1939.
  • vol.1 no.1-2, October-December 1939

Note

A slick paper magazine which replaced the Challenge as the official publication.
Box 11, Folder 7

Challenge (later, Challenge of Youth). Chicago, Young People's Socialist League. January 1934-February 1937

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.1 no.9-11.
  • vol.2 no.3-7.
  • vol.3 no.8-11.
  • vol.4 no.1,3-5.
  • vol.5 no.1.
Box 11, Folder 7

Challenge (vol.1 no.4). New York, Young People's Socialist League. September 1943

Box 11, Folder 8

Industrial Solidarity (vol.9 no.18,30,52, vol.10 no.1). Seattle. May 1927-January 1928

Box 12, Folder 1

Socialist Party campaign (1932), material relating to Thomas for President Clubs; correspondence, membership records, and minutes. 1932

Box 12, Folder 1

Continental Congress for Economic Reconstruction. Includes correspondence, promotional material. March-September 1933

Box 12, Folder 1

United Socialist Drive. Includes bulletins and instructions on organizational and financial campaign of the Socialist Party. January-September 1935

Box 12, Folder 2

League for Industrial Democracy. Organizational material, correspondence, leaflets and pamphlets. 1932-1935

Box 12, Folder 2

Socialist Youth International Press Service. Published by Socialist Youth International in Berlin. November 1932-January 1934

Physical Description: (Mimeographed)

Note

See also Boxes 15-16
Box 12, Folder 3

Rebel Arts Student Industrial. Young People's Socialist League National Cultural Department. Bulletins 1-4. 1934

Scope and Content Note

Also contains various dramatic works, instructions for presentation of plays and motion pictures, and material relating to Workers' Gymnastic and Sport Alliance of America.
Box 12, Folder 3

National student organizations.

Scope and Content Note

  • Correspondence, 1933-1937.
  • YPSL Student Bulletin (no.1,2,7,8,11,12), 1935-1937.
  • Other printed and mimeographed material dealing with student movements for socialism, 1935-1937
Box 12, Folder 3

Falcons. Correspondence and leaflets pertaining to the “Falcons” Socialist youth organization. 1934

Box 12, Folder 3

Young People's Socialist League Industrial Department.

Scope and Content Note

  • Memos, bulletins, correspondence, and leaflets, 1934-1936.
  • Includes YPSL Industrial Bulletin (no.1-3), March 1936.
Box 12, Folder 4

Socialist Party of America. Organizational notebook. 1933-1936

Scope and Content Note

Consists primarily of letters of instruction from national office to local branches on various phases of Socialist Party activity. Period covered is from 1933 to 1936. Activities included are campaigns for Workers' Rights Amendment, political campaign financial campaigns, May Day preparations, and work among the unemployed. The last fourteen pages are detailed membership reports broken down by states from 1933 to 1936.
Box 13, Folder 1

Industrial Pioneer (vol.2 no.1-vol.3 no.2). Chicago, Illinois. May 1924-June 1925

Box 13, Folder 2

Industrial Pioneer (vol.3 no.3-vol.4 no.5). July 1925-September 1926

Box 13, Folder 3

Industrial Solidarity (no.50-51). Chicago. December 1927

Box 13, Folder 4

The Young Rebel. Duluth, Minnesota. December 1929

Box 14, Folder 1

Young People's Socialist League, California.

Scope and Content Note

  • Minutes and financial reports, 1932-1933.
  • Dues Report for 1934.
  • Bulletins.
  • Resident Committee Minutes, 1936.
  • District Committee Minutes, 1936-1937.
Box 14, Folder 1

Young People's Socialist League, Los Angeles. 1934-1935

Scope and Content Note

Minutes.
Box 14, Folder 1

Young People's Socialist League, San Francisco.

Scope and Content Note

  • Minutes, 1934-1935.
  • Karl Liebernecht Circle Report for August 1934.
  • Survey of Activities during 1934
Box 14, Folder 1

Young People's Socialist League, Stockton. 1934

Scope and Content Note

Reports, Bulletins, and correspondence.
Box 14, Folder 1

Young People's Socialist League, Fresno.

Scope and Content Note

  • Correspondence, 1934.
  • YPSL Beacon (District Bulletin of California Young People's Socialist League), January 1937 and October 1938.
Box 14, Folder 2

Rebel Youth (vol.1 no.1 and 2). Official Organ of California Young People's Socialist League. April and May 1932

Box 14, Folder 2

The Voice of Youth (vol.1 no.1-vol.2 no.3). Published by Y.P.S.L. of Los Angeles. August 1930-October 1931

Box 14, Folder 2

Rebel Arts. Published by Rebel Arts Section, Y.P.S.L., Los Angeles. June 1933

Box 14, Folder 2

The Socialist Student (vol.1 no.1). Los Angeles Y.P.S.L. May 1936

Box 14, Folder 2

Socialist Pulse (vol.1 no.3,5,6). Published by Socialist Party of San Francisco. January-April 1936

Box 14, Folder 2

Facts; a bulletin of information for those who are not afraid of the truth (vol.1 no.1-6). Hollywood, California, issued by W. Scott Lewis. September 1935-February 1936

Box 14, Folder 2

Southern California Regional American Youth Congress. 1934

Box 14, Folder 2

Contact Bulletin (vol.1 no.2). May 1934

Scope and Content Note

Also, correspondence, announcements, and material relating to youth congresses in other cities in the United States.
Box 14, Folder 3

Socialist Party of California. 1934-1936

Scope and Content Note

Minutes, campaign suggestions, agendas, membership lists, memos, constitution, reports, budget, and miscellaneous publications.
Box 14, Folder 3

Socialist Party, Los Angeles. 1935-1936

Scope and Content Note

Minutes, correspondence, membership lists, announcements.
Box 14, Folder 4

Goldberg, William. Personal papers, photographs, and memorabilia.

Box 15

Miscellaneous ephemera concerning the Young People's Socialist League and the League for Industrial Democracy.

Note

(Removed from Literature of Extremist Movements Collection 50)
Box 16

Miscellaneous ephemera concerning the League for Industrial Democracy.

Note

(Removed from Literature of Extremist Movements Collection 50)
Boxes 17-25

Miscellaneous ephemera concerning the Socialist Party of the United States.

Note

(Removed from Literature of Extremist Movements Collection 50)
Box 26

[Miscellaneous correspondence, reports and bulletins]. v.d.