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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Community Chest:
“Crisis Works In Houston,” Sep 13 1930, 3

“Use Bicycles To Speed Up,” Sep 27 1930, 3

“Jobless To Demand Real Relief Now,” Oct 11 1930, 1

The Reds Say, Oct 25 1930, 4

“Fake Schemes For Jobless To Get Votes,” Nov 1 1930, 1

“Against Boss Line-up in Alabama—Vote Red,” Nov 1 1930, 5

“Make Workers Pay In Chest,” Nov 15 1930, 3

The Reds Say, Nov 15 1930, 4

“No Rubbish, Please!” Nov 29 1930, 2

The Reds Say, Nov 29 1930, 4

“Frozen Children Get No Aid,” Dec 6 1930, 1

“Lands Job—Has To Pay In Chest,” Dec 6 1930, 3

“Workers Pay For Charity Out of Starvation Wages,” Dec 6 1930, 3

“Another Traitor Comes To Offer Help to Bosses,” Dec 13 1930, 2

“Organize the Struggle of the Unemployed!” Dec 13 1930, 4

“Happenings In Norfolk,” Dec 20 1930, 3

“The Birmingham Demonstration,” Dec 27 1930, 4

“No Crawling For Charity-Fight!” Jan 3 1931, 3

“Chest Gives $1.00 Week For Family,” Feb 21 1931, 4

“Florida Offers Chain Gangs,” Aug 29 1931, 3

“Boycott The Birmingham Charity Fake,” Sep 19 1931, 3

“Negro Fakers Aid Bosses In Hunger Drive,” Sep 19 1931, 3

“Red Cross In Vile Plot To Enslave Labor,” Oct 31 1931, 2

“Fight Against Hunger,” Oct 31 1931, 4

“Winter Relief Demand Before U.S. Governm’t,” Nov 7 1931, 1

“Klan Mayor Aids Com. Chest Fakes,” Dec 12 1931, 3

“McWane Pipe In A Big Wage Cutting Drive,” Dec 12 1931, 3

“Mayor Evades Hunger Meet,” Dec 12 1931, 4

“Marchers Return from Journey To Washington to Organize for National Feb. 4 Demonstrations,” Dec 19 1931, 1

“Peterson Jury Cannot Agree; Another Trial,” Dec 19 1931, 2

“Left-Over Chicken Bones Given to Sick,” Dec 26 1931, 2

“Chest Got Money But Gave Soup To Jobless Worker,” Jan 2 1932, 3

“Willie Peterson, Scottsboro and the Awful Situation in Stockham Pipe,” Jan 2 1932, 4

“Unemployed Of South To Act On February 4th,” Jan 16 1932, 2

“Neighborhood Councils Get Jobless Help,” Feb 6 1932, 3

“Longshoremen And Builders Fight Hunger,” Mar 5 1932, 3

“Men Of S.P. Lines Vote Strike, But Officials Sell Out,” Dec 20 1933, 1

“Rank & File Raps Community Chest As Boss Racket,” Nov 1934, 2


Community Kitchen:
“We Want No Charity Relief But Unemployment Insurance,” Jan 17 1931, 4
Comstock, N.Y.:
“Funds Must Rush In To Keep ‘SW’,” Dec 27 1930, 1

“‘SW Best In World’ Says Boss Victim,” Jan 3 1931, 2


Comstock Prison:
“Prisoner Made Happy By Southern Worker,” Dec 13 1930, 3
Concord, N.C.:
“Wage Cut in Concord, N.C.,” Dec 13 1930, 1

“Mill Committee Makes Bosses Put Up Time-Sheets,” Feb 10 1934, 3

“Carolina Textile Workers Win Gains In N.T.W.U.,” Jul 1934, 3

“Red Scare Raised As Union Big Shots Work With Bosses,” Oct 1934, 3

“Militant Textile Strikers Hit After Sell-Out,” Nov 1934, 2

Important News in Short: Concord, N.C., Nov 1934, 4


Concord, Va.:
“F.D.R., Gorman Bust General Textile Strike—Many Workers Fight On!” Oct 1934, 1
Concord Hall:
“Rank and File U.M.W. Locals Plan Struggle,” Mar 5 1932, 2
Cone Mills:
“U.T.W. Sleeps As Workers Are Fired,” Sep 6 1930, 1

The Reds Say, Sep 13 1930, 4


Conecuh, Ala.:
“Demand Repeal of Anti-Picketing Law,” Mar 1937, 12
Conference on the Economic Condition of the Negro People:
Important News In Short: Washington, D.C., Jun 1935, 6
Congo:
“Revolt In The Belgian Congo Spreads,” Jul 11 1931, 3

“Native Revolt In Congo Spreading,” Aug 1 1931, 4


Congress of Industrial Organizations:
“Miners Hail Industrial Union Fight,” Feb 1936, 1

“Miners’ Convention,” Feb 1936, 8

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

“Bessemer Central Body Endorses Ind. Committee,” Mar-Apr 1936, 3

“Lewis Greets Delegation of Share Croppers,” May 1936, 5

“Farm News,” May 1936, 5

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

“Organize Steel,” Jun 1936, 8

“C.I.O. Steel Drive Penetrates South: Steel Workers Respond to Industrial Drive,” Jul 1936, 1

“N.C. Labor Body To Meet In Aug,” Jul 1936, 6

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

“Labor Spies’ Activity Told,” Nov 1936, 1

Caption, Dec 1936, 3

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

“‘Yellow Dog’ Contract Rejected By Company Union Steel Men,” Dec 1936, 5

“Farmer-Labor Party?” Dec 1936, 8

“Roosevelt’s Election is Victory for America’s Common People,” Dec 1936, 9

“CIO Tries to Secure Harmony with AF of L,” Dec 1936, 15

“Prevent a Split in the AF of L,” Jan 1937, 2

“AF of L Reactionaries Block Support of Scottsboro Boys,” Jan 1937, 4

“AF of L to Help Organize Agricultural Workers,” Jan 1937, 5

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

“Organize Textile!” Jan 1937, 8

“Textile Gets Ready,” Mar 1937, 3

“Disarm Industry,” Mar 1937, 6

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

The American Scene, “Auto Strike Just First Battle of Larger Struggle Says Lewis,” Mar 1937, 10

“Unity In A.F. Of L,” Apr 1937, 2

Build the New South: Alabama, Apr 1937, 2

“Steel Victorious!,” Apr 1937, 3

“Textile is Next,” Apr 1937, 4

“Negro Youth Unite,” Apr 1937, 6

The American Scene, “President Asks Wages Hours Law,” Jul 1937, 10

The American Scene, “Green & Co. Map War Against C.I.O.,” Jul 1937, 10


Conley, J. B.:
“Jobless Worker Kills Himself,” Mar 21 1931, 2
Connecticut Coal and Crane Creek Mining Corp.:
News of the Month in the South, “Alabama Industry Arms Against Unions,” Apr 1937, 11
Connery, William P. Jr.:
“Mass Pressure Brings Support of Workers Bill by Congressmen,” Feb 1935, 2
Connor, Eugene:
“Warrants Try Outlaw Reds, Workers’ Paper,” Sep 1934, 1
Connor, James:
“20,000 Alabama Textile Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 1
Connor, Martin Sennett:
“Floods Still Rise As More Sink To Death,” Jan 30 1932, 1
Connors Steel Company, also Conners [sic] Steel Company:
“Big Wage Cuts At Connors Steel,” Aug 30 1930, 3

“Workers Join Party As Connors Steel Closes,” Sep 27 1930, 3

“Bringing Race Hatred on Job,” Dec 13 1930, 3

“Advertise for 200 But Hire One at Connor’s [sic],” Feb 7 1931, 4

“Connors Steel Has Only 30 Men at 25 Cents Hr.,” Feb 21 1931, 2

“Call to Build Union In Connors Steel,” Jan 1935, 4


Conscription:
The American Scene: New York City, N.Y., Dec 1936, 3
Consolidated Bank and Trust Co.:
“Insult Memory of Nat Turner,” Sep 26 1931, 3

Consumers Anti-Sales Tax Association of Alabama:
“Trades Council Attacks Governor On Sales Tax,” Feb 1936, 1

“Grid for Battle Against 3% Tax Graves Wants,” Nov 1936, 4


Consumers Anti-Sales Tax League:
News of the Month in the South, “Alabama Gets New Sales Tax,” Apr 1937, 13
Constitutional Education League:
Review of the Month, Sep 1937, 3
Continental Gin Company:
“Red Leaflets Right In Mills,” Feb 28 1931, 1

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

News of the Month in the South, “12,000 Birmingham Steel Workers Get Union Recognition,” May 1937, 11
Convandonga, Cuba:
“Shoots Slave Driver,” Nov 29 1930, 1
Conway, Ark.:
Lynch Law At Work: Conway, Ark., Aug 15 1931, 2

“Bloody Lynch Law Toll Mounts For This Year,” Sep 5 1931, 2


Cook, Elijah:
“Held For Grand Jury In Chatta. Eviction,” Oct 24 1931, 2
Cook, Frank:
“McDuff—Prince of Stool Pigeons,” Jan 1935, 1
Cookeville, Tenn.:
“Shoe Workers Settle Strike,” May 1936, 6

“Textile Organizers Beaten By Company Thugs,” Jul 1937, 12


Coolidge, Calvin:
“Ritchie, Maryland’s Lynch Governor, Defends Murderers of Matt Williams,” Dec 19 1931, 4

“Whitewashing Franklin D. Roosevelt,” Mar 5 1932, 4


Cooper, A.B., also Cooper, A.N.:
“Trial Exposes Brutality On Chain Gangs,” Sep 12 1931, 2

“Murder On Chain Gang Is Exposed,” Feb 28 1931, 2

“Guard Gets One Year For Killing Worker,” May 16 1931, 3
Cooper, Ed:
“Kills Negro On Pretext of Rape,” Nov 7 1931, 4
Cooper, Jennie:
Contributor, ”Charlotte Workers Point Way,” Sep 13 1930, 2

Contributor, “Exposes Thomasville Lynching,” Oct 11 1930, 1

“Chattanooga Mass Protest Thurs. Night,” Oct 18 1930, 1

Contributor, “Workers Must Save 6 Organizers From Atlanta Electric Lynching,” Oct 25 1930, 1

“Help Save Atlanta Six,” Oct 25 1930, 1

“Cooper on Tour for Atlanta Organizers,” Nov 1 1930, 1

“Ladies Hold Nice Conference,” Nov 8 1930, 1
Cooper, Paul:
“Exposes Brutal Treatment In Ala. Prisons,” Jun 27 1931, 2
Coopers’ International Union:
“Distillers Unfair,” Jun 1936, 6
Cooperation Auxiliary Co.:
“T.C.I. Hounds Birmingham Workers,” Aug 16 1930, 1
Copenhagen, Denmark:
“Clashes In Europe On Feb. 25,” Mar 7 1931, 1
Copper Hill, Tenn.:
“Copper Hill Miners Slowly Starving,” Jun 20 1931, 2
Coral Gables, Fla.:
“Negro Prisoners Burned To Death,” Jun 13 1931, 3
Corbett, Louis:
“Mob Lynches Young Negro,” Mar 1937, 13
Corbitt, J.L.:
“Alabama Court Frees Sheriff Who Let Mob Take Negro,” Jul 1937, 13
Corcynski, Charles:
“We Shan’t Forget,” Oct 1934, 2
Cordele, Ga.:
Lynch Law At Work, Oct 18 1930, 2
Corinth Hosiery Mill:
“Mill Denied Injunction,” Jun 1936, 3
Corinth, Miss.:
“Mill Denied Injunction,” Jun 1936, 3
Cormang, George:
Caption, “Communist Candidate for Sheriff,” Sep 20 1933, 4
Cornell University:
“Negroes Forge Ahead In Sports,” Jan 1937, 10
Corpus Christi, Tex.:
“Warning, Longshoremen!” Mar 14 1931, 4
Cost of living:
“Hoover Thinks $1 Day Enuff for Family of 7,” Mar 7 1931, 3

“No Clothes—So Children of Ky. Miner Stay Home,” Mar 21 1931, 3

“Long Hours Work For $4.50 Week,” Jan 30 1932, 3

“What We Stand For,” May 20 1933, 1

The Question Box: “What Does Inflation Do To Our Paychecks?” May 20 1933, 3

“A Call To Action,” Aug 15 1933, 4

“Workers Buy 50% Less Milk, As Cost Sky-Rockets,” Aug 31 1933, 3

“‘Southern Worker’ Challenges N.R.A.’s Lower Wage-Scale for South; Shows that Talk of Cheaper Living Here is Lie,” Dec 20 1933, 2

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

“Sloss-Scheffield [sic] Often Hogs Whole Pay-Check for Rent,” Jan 20 1934, 3

Important News In Short: Washington, D.C., Oct 1934, 3

“Children Starve As Relief Is Cut,” Jun 1935, 5

“Fighting Ring Corner For Southern Women,” Jan 1936, 3

“Government Facts Expose High Cost of Living in South,” Mar-Apr 1936, 3

“Hosiery Workers Will Start Southern Organization Drive,” Dec 1936, 14

“Kentucky Workers Alliance Launches organization Drive,” Mar 1937, 13


Costigan-LaFollette Bill:
“Defenders of the Hoover Program,” Feb 20 1932, 4
Cothern, Everett:
“How the ‘Black List’ Works In Kentucky Coal Regions,” Oct 10 1931, 1
Cotton:
“Farmers Rally For Struggle at Election Meet,” Aug 30 1930, 1

“Many Idle At Houston Port,” Aug 30 1930, 3

“Smash The Bosses Offensive,” Aug 30 1930, 4

“Lonoke Farmers Make A Mistake,” Sep 6 1930, 4

“11-Cent Cotton and 40-Cent Meat,” Sep 6 1930, 4

“Cut Cotton Pickers,” Sep 20 1930, 3

“Workers ‘Spare Parts’ To Compresses,” Sep 27 1930, 3

“Use Bicycles To Speed Up,” Sep 27 1930, 3

“9-Cent Cotton And No Credit,” Sep 27 1930, 3

“[Illegible] Children Starving In One County Alone,” Oct 4 1930, 1

“Winter!---What Now?” Oct 4 1930, 1

“Miner’s Child Starves To Death,” Oct 4 1930, 1

My Life, Oct 4 1930, 4

“Exposes Thomasville Lynching,” Oct 11 1930, 1

“Arkansas Cotton Pickers Strike,” Oct 11 1930, 1

“Child Worker Smothered,” Oct 11 1930, 2

“Must Pick 1 Bale Cotton To Get Food,” Oct 11 1930, 3

“A Letter From A Ruined Crop Farmer—Our Answer,” Oct 25 1930, 1

“Cotton Price Down 47%,” Oct 25 1930, 3

My Life, Oct 25 1930, 4

“Not Picking The Cotton,” Nov 1 1930, 2

My Life, Nov 15 1930, 4

“8 children to Feed--Wife of Tenant Farmer Desperate,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“The Poor Farmer Bears the Burden,” Nov 29 1930, 4

“Not Worth Picking,” Dec 6 1930, 2

“Plenty Amidst Starving,” Dec 13 1930, 1

Caption, “Loading Cotton,” Dec 13 1930, 1

“Mean Years For Farmers Ahead As Cotton Drops,” Dec 20 1930, 2

“Tenant Farmer 60 Years, Broke,” Dec 27 1930, 3

“Cause Behind Lynch Justice,” Jan 3 1931, 3

“To Displace Many Farm Workers,” Jan 10 1931, 1

“Lay Off 700 At City Warehouse,” Jan 17 1931, 3

Untitled, Jan 17 1931, 3

“Farmers Starve Thruout [sic] Country,” Jan 24 1931, 1

“Wages Cut Up To $3 Week in Buckeye Oil,” Feb 14 1931, 3

“Federal Farm Board Starvation Program,” Mar 21 1931, 4

“By [sic] Cotton—Sure, But Where Is The Money?” Jun 13 1931, 3

“Farm Wages 50 Cents in N.C. Cotton Country,” Jun 13 1931, 2

“Farm Harvest Is Starvation,” Jul 25 1931, 1

“Low Farm Prices—More Starvation,” Aug 8 1931, 1

“5¢ Cotton Disastrous To Farmers,” Aug 22 1931, 1

“45¢ Day For S.C. Cotton Pickers,” Sep 5 1931, 3

“Outlaw Plant In La., Other States Follow,” Sep 5 1931, 1

“Some People Just Won’t Work,” Sep 5 1931, 4

“Should All Or Half of Cotton Farmers Starve?” Sep 12 1931, 1

“Red Cross In Vile Plot To Enslave Labor,” Oct 31 1931, 2

“Forced Labor In Arkansas Cotton Fields,” Oct 31 1931, 3

“Red Cross, Police, Charities Drive Unemployed to Slavery,” Oct 31 1931, 4

“Forced Prison Labor,” Dec 12 1931, 3

“Cotton Growers Facing Hunger,” Jan 2 1932, 3

“Plowing Under of Cotton is Scheme to Enrich Big Landlords and Speculators, Who Hold Last Year’s Surplus,” Jul 12 1933, 2

“Destruction of Crop Takes Bread From Mouths of Thousands of Farm Laborers, Writes Texas Farmer,” Jul 12 1933, 3

“Croppers Forced To Plow Up Their Best Cotton Acres,” Aug 15 1933, 3

“Gangs Terrorize Farmers Who Won’t Plow Under; Landlords Pocket Profits of Destruction,” Aug 15 1933, 2

“Landlords Get High Profit On Stored Cotton,” Aug 15 1933, 3

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

“The Communist Party Plans for the Coming Struggle,” Aug 15 1933, 4

“Cotton Price Is Up, But Only the Landlord Gains,” Aug 31 1933, 3

“Price Of Cotton Crashes As Small Farmers Pick Crop,” Sep 20 1933, 1

“Cotton-Picking Time In Texas Brings New Slavery For Jobless,” Sep 20 1933, 3

“This Year They Plow the Cotton Under; Next, They Plow the Croppers Under,” Sep 20 1933, 4

“Tuscaloosa Croppers Open Fight For Cash Share Of Cotton Check,” Nov 15 1933, 1

“Delegates of Toiling Farmers Will Plan Mass Fight On Hunger, Low Prices, and Mass Evictions From Land at National Conference in Chicago, Illinois,” Nov 15 1933, 2

“Cotton Acreage Plan Would Drive 80,000 Tenant Farmers Off The Land In Texas,” Dec 20 1933, 3

“Small Cotton Growers Face Ruin in 1934,” Jan 20 1934, 1

“Bankhead Bill Is Death Warrant For Small Growers,” Feb 10 1934, 2

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

Important News In Short: Washington, D.C., Jul 1934, 2

“Student Sees Increasing Fascism,” Jul 1934, 3

“Cotton Kings Urge Longer Hours, Low Pay,” May 1936, 4

Cotton Row, Dec 1936, 6

Caption, May 1937, 7

Illustration, May 1937, 7
Cotton Harvesting Corporation of America:
“To Displace Many Farm Workers,” Jan 10 1931, 1
Cotton Mills Products Company:
“Textile Strikers Evicted By Bosses,” Oct 1934, 5

“Mobile Strikers Spurn Red Scare,” Oct 1934, 5


Cotton Price Adjustment Program:
“Farm News,” May 1936, 5
Cotton Textile Code:
“New Orleans Mill Owner Heads NRA, Speeds Workers,” Feb 1935, 5
Cotton Textile Institute:
“Mill Bosses Turn Angels,” Mar 14 1931, 4
Cotton Textile Relations Board:
Important News In Short: Roanoke Rapids, N.C., Dec 1934, 6
Coughlin, Charles Edward:
“Browder Terms Liberty League Greatest Danger,” Jul 1936, 4

“North Dakota Farmer Exposes Lemke’s Role,” Jul 1936, 4

“The Communist Ticket,” Jul 1936, 8

“Yes, Communists Run James Ford, Republicans Told,” Nov 1936, 3

Cotton Row, Nov 1936, 5

The American Scene: Detroit, Mich., Dec 1936, 3


Council for the Protection of the Foreign-Born:
“Protest Against Lynch Terror,” Apr 4 1931, 1
Council School:
“I.L.D. Rouses Fight Against Rapist Stool,” Nov 1934, 3
Country, Charles:
“Union Miner Sees Danger In Laws Against Reds,” Feb 1935, 1
Coushatta, La.:
Lynch Law At Work: Couchatta [sic], La., Dec 20 1930, 2
Coverdale, Pa.:
“Lesson in Boss Justice,” Sep 19 1931, 4
Covington, Ky.:
Lynch Law At Work: Covington, Ky., Feb 7 1931, 2

“Harlan Miners Prepare Fight Again't Terror,” Dec 5 1931, 1

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

“ILD to Fight Negro Rape Fame-Up,” Jun 1935, 2

News In Brief: Covington, Ky., Jan 1936, 3
Covington, La.:
“Death For Aged Unemployed,” Dec 6 1930, 3

“Louisiana Posse Murders Negro Worker,” Jul 11 1931, 1


Covington County, Ala.:
Caption to photo of demonstration, “United Action Won Their Demands,” Jul 12 1933, 1

“Covington Co. Masses Storm Court House,” Jul 12 1933, 1


Cowherd, Yelverton:
Trade Union Topics, May 1936, 2

“How About It, Brother Jones?” May 1936, 2

Trade Union Topics, Jul 1936, 2

“AF of L Reactionaries Block Support of Scottsboro Boys,” Jan 1937, 4

Review of the Month, Sep 1937, 3
Cowley, Malcolm:
“Smash Harlan Censorship,” Oct 17 1931, 3

“Pineville Gang Steals Food; And Slugs Two,” Feb 20 1932, 1


Cox, J.G.:
“Two Kentucky Police Shoot Enemy In Jail,” Oct 24 1931, 4
Cox, Mabel:
“Labor Fakers Of Chatta. In Scabby Deal,” Feb 20 1932, 3
Coyne, Tom:
“Murder Gang Indicts Three Mine Leaders,” Oct 24 1931, 1
Craig, Ellis:
Lynch Law At Work: Foreman, Ark., Oct 4 1930, 2
Craighead, Ark.:
“Ark. Legislature Attempts to Gag Commonwealth Labor College,” Mar 1937, 12
Crane Enamel, aka Crane Enamel Works:
“Lie About Jobs In Chattanooga,” Jan 10 1931, 1

“Workers Fooled About Jobs By Lies In Papers,” Jan 24 1931, 2

“M.W.I.L. Calls For Struggle,” Mar 28 1931, 4

“Another Lay-Off In Crane,” Apr 4 1931, 2

“Throw Chattanooga Jobless On Street As Winter Approaches,” Sep 26 1931, 3

“Meet To Fight Wage Cut Drive,” Oct 17 1931, 4


Crane, Jack:
Contributor, “Formerly Oppressed People Now Live in Freedom in USSR,” Aug 15 1931, 3
Crawford, Lee:
“We Shan’t Forget,” Oct 1934, 2
Crawford, W. H.:
“T.C.I. Using Company Unions To Fight Unemployment Tax,” Feb 1936, 2
Creech Coal Co.:
“How the ‘Black List’ Works In Kentucky Coal Regions,” Oct 10 1931, 1
Creech, Ky.:
“Harlan Terror Continues As Strike Looms,” Dec 19 1931, 2
Creech, Ted:
“Harlan Cracks Open,” Jun 1937, 6

Caption, “Harlan Cracks Open,” Jun 1937, 6


Crenshaw, Files:
“2 Scottsboro Boys Face Murder Court,” Jun 1936, 2
Crews, Jim:
“Textile Workers Fight Misleader,” Dec 1934, 5
Criminal libel laws:
“Fine And Jail Sentence For W.G. Binkley,” Jan 9 1932, 3
Crisis, The:
“Negro Town in Mexico Fights For Freedom,” May 2 1931, 2

“‘White Man’s Nigger’ Creed,” Sep 5 1931, 4

“New Trickery In Scottsboro Case Appeals,” Jan 2 1932, 2
Crockard, Frank H.:
“War Plans In Birmingham Link Up Shops,” Oct 3 1931, 1
Crockett, David:
“K.K.K. ‘Gets’ White Texan,” Sep 1934, 2
Cromona, Ky.:
“Miners Starving At Cromona, Ky.,” Jun 27 1931, 3

“Cromona Miners Form Southern Worker Club,” Jul 11 1931, 3

“Cromona Miners Getting $7.00 a Week; Seven in Family,” Aug 1 1931, 3
Cronin, Joseph:
“Cop Brutally Kills Negro,” Jan 3 1931, 1

Lynch Law At Work: New Orleans, La., Jan 3 1931, 2


Crosby, Sam:
“Cops And Klan Found Guilty In Florida,” Jun 1936, 3
Cross Tree, Ark.:
“Landlords Jail Four,” Jan 1935, 1
Crouch, C.P.:
“Women ‘Persuade’ Scab Railroaders,” Dec 1936, 5
Crouch, Paul, aka Fred Allen:
“F.D.R., Gorman Bust General Textile Strike—Many Workers Fight On!” Oct 1934, 1

“Unemployed Misery Deepens In The South,” Jan 1936, 1

Build the New South: Carolinas, Apr 1937, 2

Contributor, “Textile is Next,” Apr 1937, 4

Staff Box, Jun 1937, 2

Staff box, Jul 1937, 2


Crouch, Ted:
Caption, “Harlan Cracks Open,” Jun 1937, 6
Crouchet, Peter:
Lynch Law At Work: LaFayette, La., Nov 8 1930, 2
Crow, Ray:
“45,000 Workers Cut from WPA In Ala. April 1,” Mar-Apr 1936, 4

“WPA Strikers in Alabama Win Partial Demands,” May 1936, 1


Crowe, Frank:
“1,400 Hoover Dam Workers Strike,” Aug 15 1931, 2
Crump, Alexander:
Important News In Short: Norfolk, Va., May 1935, 4
Crusade News Agency:

“In Alabama,” Jan 16 1932, 3


Crusader White Shirts:
“McDuff—Prince of Stool Pigeons,” Jan 1935, 1
Crusaders for Economic Liberty:
“Racketeers in Patriotism,” May 1937, 6
Crutchfield, J.R.:
Lynch Law At Work: Winston-Salem, N.C., Dec 13 1930, 2
Cruther, J. H.:
“45,000 Workers Cut from WPA In Ala. April 1,” Mar-Apr 1936, 4
Crystal Springs, Miss.:
“Pipe Line Strikers Are Forced Back To Work,” Oct 11 1930, 2
Cuba:
“Revolt Growing In So. America,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“Shoots Slave Driver,” Nov 29 1930, 1

“Make Sailors Do Dock Work,” Dec 27 1930, 3

“Machine Guns For Cuban Workers,” Mar 21 1931, 2

“Demonstrate May Day!” Apr 18 1931, 1

“Expose Machado Murders of Forty,” May 2 1931, 3

“May Day in Cuba,” May 2 1931, 3

“Demonstrations Round World,” May 9 1931, 1

Lynch Law At Work: Havana, Cuba, May 16 1931, 2

“Police Fire on Unemployed,” Jun 20 1931, 1

“Int’l Protest On Scottsboro,” Jul 11 1931, 1

“International Solidarity,” Jul 18 1931, 4

“Machado Terror,” Aug 22 1931, 1

 ”Opposing Parties In Cuba Expose Selves,” Oct 3 1931, 3
Cuban National Confederation of Labor:
Important News In Short: Havana, Cuba, Sep 1934, 3
Cuffe, William:
“Take $200 For $19,” Feb 1935, 5
Cullman County, Ala.:
“Farmers Invite Red Leader To Cullman Relief Mass Meeting,” Jan 31 1931, 1

“Congress Agrees To Let Farmers Starve to Death,” Feb 14 1931, 1


Cumberland, Ky.:
News of the Month in the South, “G-men Investigate Harlan Coal Operators,” Jul 1937, 11
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