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Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee Collection, 1917-1942
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Correspondence

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Roger Baldwin, ACLU, 1942

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U.S. Supreme Court, 1940

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Note, n.d.

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Full and Unconditional Pardon for Thomas J. Mooney (reproduction of formal pardon, Autographed by Tom Mooney), 1939

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Burial Plot Certificate, 1943

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Congressional Record - reprints

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Speech of Hon. Caroline O'Day of New York, March 29, 1937

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Remarks of Hon. Jerry J. O'Connell of Montana, July 6, 1937

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United States Senate Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing on Thomas J. Mooney (S.J Resolution 127), December 15, 1937

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United States House Judiciary Subcommittee Hearing on Tom Mooney (H.J. Resolution 297), May 11 and 17, 1938

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'Tom Mooney and American Justice,' a Radio Address by Hon. James. E. Murray of Montana, May 17, 1938

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'Tom Mooney Should be Pardoned Immediately,' Radio Address and Remarks of Hon. Emanuel Celler of New York, June 1, 1938

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Photographs, 1939, n.d.

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Pamphlets

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Reply of Thomas J. Mooney to Brief Filed by District Attorney of City and County of San Francisco Against Petition for Pardon by Maxwell McNutt (Attorney for T.J. Mooney), c. 1918

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The Story of Mooney and Billings, National Mooney-Billings Committee (New York), June 1929

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Justice is Waiting, Mooney Defense Committee of Southern California, August 1930

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Tom Mooney(A Member of the International Molders Union for 29 Years) Betrayed by Labor Leaders, Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee, 2nd Edition, May 1931

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The Amazing Frameup of Mooney and Billings: How California Has Stolen 13 Years from these Labor Leaders, by Marcet Haldeman-Julius, Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kansas [Signed by Mooney 1936], 1931

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A Review of the Facts in the Case of Thomas J. Mooney: for Consideration by His Excellency, Honorable James Rolph, Jr., Governor of California, by James J. Walker, Aaron Sapiro, Cyrus B. King, & Frank P. Walsh, December 1, 1931

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Our American Dreyfus Case: A Challenge to California Justice, by Lillian Symes, Harper & Brothers, Published for Special Circulation by the Inter-Religious Committee for Justice for Thomas J. Mooney (Los Angeles) [Signed by Mooney 1936], 1935

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We Accuse! by Vito Marcantonio, International Labor Defense Pamphlet No. 1, 1938

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Tom Mooney's Message to Organized Labor, His Friends and Supporters, and all Liberal and Progressive Voters of California on the 1938 California Elections, Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee, August 1938

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Book - What Happened in the Mooney Case, by Ernest Jerome Hopkins, New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1932

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Posters - Printed and Distributed by the Defense Committee

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Labor's Champion, - Text and photograph - 28x34 inches [Signed by Mooney 1936], c. 1935

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Labor Martyr Immortalized in Poem - includes Stone Face by Lola Ridge published in The Nation, September 14, 1932 and 1928 photograph of Mooney - 28x34 inches, [Signed by Mooney 1936], c. 1932

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Tom Mooney Should be Pardoned, Say 64% of Voters in National Poll, Reprint from the January 20, 1938, Washington Post - 20x13 inches, c. 1938

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Newspapers and Reprints

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The Bulletin (Clipping sheet) and San Francisco News (Reprint), 1917, 1938

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Labor Herald - Issue on Mooney's Funeral, March 13, 1942