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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Cumberland, Md.:
“Textile Gets Ready,” Mar 1937, 3
Cumberland Bend Mine:
“Miners Flock Into Union On Eve of Strike,” Jan 2 1932, 1
Cumberland Gap, Ky.:
“Pineville Gang Steals Food; And Slugs Two,” Feb 20 1932, 1

“Evans, Editor of Rat Sheet, Tells New Lie,” Feb 20 1932, 1


Cumberland River:
“Operators Indict 28 Harlan Miners in Murder Frame-Up,” May 30 1931, 1
Cummings, Homer Stille:
“Murder Charges Hurled Against Judge, Sheriff, Deputies Of Tuscaloosa County By I.L.D.,” Sep 20 1933, 1

“Roosevelt Refuses Save Scottsboro 9; ILD Appeals Cases,” Sep 1934, 2


Cunningham, Louis:
“Alabama Rulers Push Plan For Legal Massacre February 9; I.L.D. Sends Protest Delegation to Montgomery,” Feb 10 1934, 4
Current History Magazine:
“Former Chattanooga Mayor Attacks Reds And Soviet Union; Workers Prepare for August 1st,” Jun 20 1931, 4
Cusetta, Ga.:
“Sheriff Hands Defenseless Negro Over to Lynch Mob,” Mar-Apr 1936, 3
Cush, Pat:
“Red Steel Union Prepares Strike,” Sep 1934, 3
Czechoslovakia:
“Clashes In Europe On Feb. 25,” Mar 7 1931, 1

“Czech Tool Of France Plots Murder of Jap,” Jan 9 1932, 2


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Dade City, Fla.:
“Cannibal Meat Only,” Dec 19 1931, 4
Dade County, Fla.:
The Reds Say, Oct 4 1940, 4
Dadeville, Ala.:
“Poor White Farmers Join Fight,” Jul 25 1931, 1

“A Letter From Dadeville,” Jul 25 1931, 1

“Deputies Murder One, 6 Wounded, 4 ‘Missing’,” Jul 25 1931, 1

“White and Negro, Fight Starvation on Farms,” Jul 25 1931, 4

“Ala. Hearing Postponed, Some Released on Bail,” Aug 1 1931, 1

“ILD Names Murderers of Ralph Gray, Davis,” Aug 8 1931, 1

“Mass Protest Forces Release of 22 Croppers,” Aug 15 1931, 1

“Strengthen And Extend Share Croppers Union As Anwer [sic] To Dadeville Sentences,” May 20 1933, 2

“Will Demand New Trial For Framed Share-Croppers,” Aug 15 1933, 1

“Bare Plot To Kill Croppers Union Leaders,” Aug 31 1933, 2

“Dadeville R.F.C. Sends Nerviest Letter Ever,” Sep 20 1933, 4

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

“End Of The Year Finds Cropper’ Family In Rags,” Dec 20 1933, 3

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

“Sharecroppers Hold Anti-War Meet August 1st,” Sep 1934, 4

“Sharecroppers Win Strike Gains As Whites and Negroes Unite,” Oct 1934, 1

“Croppers Defy KKK Threats In Struggle Against Low Pay,” Oct 1934, 5

“Young Sharecropper Tells Need To Unite For Strike Struggle,” May 1935, 5

“Sharecroppers Misery Worse Since Bankhead,” Jan 1936, 5

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

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

News of the Month in the South, “Paroles Appealed for In Reeltown Cases,” May 1937, 12


Dahl, Lief:
“AF of L to Help Organize Agricultural Workers,” Jan 1937, 5
Daily Register Prosperity Club:
“Ala. Morons ‘Lynch’ The ‘Depression’,” Dec 26 1931, 3
Daily Worker, The:
“‘Daily Worker’ Greets Us,” Aug 30 1930, 1

“Demand Release to Save Minor,” Oct 18 1930, 1

“Fishermen in South Lowest Paid Workers,” Oct 25 1930, 3

“Fink Masters Kicks [sic] Out Seaman Seen Reading Our Press,” Nov 1 1930, 4

“Crew on German Ship All Reds,” Nov 22 1930, 3

“Happenings In Norfolk,” Dec 20 1930, 3

“Danger of Intervention Sharpens,” Dec 20 1930, 4

Our Sustaining Fund, Jan 24 1931, 2

“Jobless Seaman Learns Lesson From German Red,” Feb 21 1931, 3

“No Place For Race Prejudice,” Mar 7 1931, 1

“Guilty Of Race Prejudice,” Mar 14 1931, 1

“Rousing Welcome to Mrs. Patterson In New York,” May 2 1931, 1

“Pickens Supports I.L.D. Campaign,” May 2 1931, 2

“Issue Strike Call For Bituminous Mine Field,” Jun 13 1931, 1

“N.A.A.C.P. Joins Lynching Mob,” Jun 13 1931, 4

“Harlan Worker Calls For Action,” Jun 20 1931, 3

“Daily Worker Faces Suspension—Workers Must Rush Funds,” Jun 20 1931, 4

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

“Workers Thruout [sic] World Demonstrate August 1st,” Aug 1 1931, 1

“First Anniversary Greetings,” Aug 22 1931, 4

“Jackson Held; 3 Vag Cases Postponed,” Aug 22 1931, 1

Untitled, Aug 29 1931, 1

“Miners [sic] Wife Tells of Thugs [sic] Activities In Harlan County,” Sep 5 1931, 3

“Tampa Youth Build Party And T.U.U.L.,” Sep 19 1931, 2

“Kentucky Miners Prepare Strike Machinery In Spite of New Raid and Arrests by Gunmen,” Oct 3 1931, 1

“Miners’ Union Calls Workers To Support Their Class Party,” Oct 3 1931, 2

“Betsy Ross Supports Communist Program,” Oct 24 1931, 3

“Yellow Socialists Exposed in Tampa Meet,” Oct 31 1931, 4

“Camp Hill; A Beacon Light For Mass of Southern Land Slaves,” Dec 5 1931, 4

“District No. 16 Communist Party Challenges District No. 17 in Drive For New Members,” Feb 6 1932, 4

“Bundle Orders Must Be Paid For,” Feb 20 1932, 3

“Vern Smith Revises His Pamphlet in Jail,” Feb 20 1932, 4

“Offer Reward For Jackson Dead Or Alive,” Mar 5 1932, 1

Advertisement, Feb 10 1934, 4

Advertisement, Mar 25 1934, 4

“Ruby Bates Speaks To Textile Strikers,” Sep 1934, 5

Advertisement, Oct 1934, 4

“Angelo Herndon Urges Build Mass Paper!” Oct 1934, 4

“Fifteen Arrested In Georgia Terror Drive Under Slave Law,” Nov 1934, 1

“Western District Communists Reply To Challenge,” Nov 1934, 3

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

“Spread Campaign,” Mar-Apr 1935, 3

“Watch For The Sunday Worker January 12,” Jan 1936, 3

From The Editor, Dec 1936, 2

“Italy, Germany Support Rebels,” Dec 1936, 15

Build the New South: Carolinas, Apr 1937, 2


Dairies:
“Health in Danger, Birmingham Told,” Dec 1936, 13
Daisy, Tenn.:
“Troops, Jail Against Ga. Textile Pickets Fails Stop Strike,” Feb 1935, 1

“Cheap Labor Attracts Big Mill Owners,” Jun 1936, 2


Daisytown, Pa.:
“Big Election Gains by Reds Throughout Land,” Nov 15 1930, 1
Dallas County, Ala.:
“Runs From Farm To Escape Starvation—Same In Mines,” Nov 29 1930, 1

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

“Croppers Organize Against Landlord Robbery,” Feb 1935, 5

“Cropper’s Strike Wins Big Gains Despite Terror,” Jun 1935, 1

“Alabama Lynchers Don’t Count The Dead,” Jan 1936, 4
Dallas Express, The:
“11-Cent Cotton and 40-Cent Meat,” Sep 6 1930, 4
Dallas Manufacturing Company:
News In Brief: Huntsville, Ala., Jan 1936, 3
Dallas, Tex.:
Lynch Law At Work: Dallas, Tex., Dec 20 1930, 2

“Army Rags, Slop, Workers’ Pay—But No Jobless Aid,” Jan 10 1931, 1

“Long Hours, Low Pay,” Jan 17 1931, 3

Our Sustaining Fund, Jan 31 1931, 2

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

Lynch Law At Work: Dallas, Tex., Mar 7 1931, 2

“Rush to Defense of Our Comrades,” Mar 7 1931, 4

“Kidnap Two Organizers In Dallas,” Mar 14 1931, 1

“Jail Leader As Hungry Man Dies,” Mar 14 1931, 3

“Coder, Hurst Brutally Beaten By Lynchers,” Mar 21 1931, 1

“Smash Bosses Terror March 28th,” Mar 21 1931, 1

“Protest Dallas Terror In Gal.,” Mar 21 1931, 1

“No More Relief In Dallas, Texas,” Mar 21 1931, 2

“Coder, Hurst Back In Dallas,” Mar 28 1931, 2

“Movie Whips Up Lynch Spirit,” Mar 28 1931, 4

“Blame Reds For Trade Bombings,” Jun 6 1931, 3

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

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

“Dallas Strikers,” photo, Mar-Apr 1935, 1

“2,000 Relief Strikers Hold Dallas City Hall,” Mar-Apr 1935, 2

“Texas Jobless Unite To Fight For Relief,” May 1935, 2

“Fired For Liberalism,” Jul 1936, 1


Dallas County, Ala.:
“Lynch Negro Who Avenges Dead Brother,” Jan 9 1932, 2
Dallett, Joe:
“Southern Steel Workers Following the Lead of Pittsburg Conference,” Oct 10 1931, 1
Dalton, Ga.:
Lynch Law At Work: Dalton, Ga., Sep 13 1930, 2

“Speed-Up In Dalton Mills,” Sep 13 1930, 3

“Worked to Death On Stretch-Out In Dalton Mills,” Feb 7 1931, 3

“Bedspread Tufters Join Union In Ga.” Sep 1936, 6


Dalton, Mary: see Licht, Mary
Dalrymple, S.H.:
“Goodyear Co. Charged By Labor Board,” Jul 1936, 1

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


Dan City Silk Mill:
“Begged For 8 1/2¢ Hour Job—Nothing Doing, Kills Himself,” Aug 8 1931, 3
Dan River Mill:
“Lay-Offs and Wage-Cuts in Danville, Va.,” Sep 20 1930, 3

“Stiff Fight In Danville Despite UTW,” Nov 8 1930, 2

“The Danville Textile Strike,” Nov 29 1930, 4

“Use Tear Gas On Danville Mass Pickets,” Dec 13 1930, 1

“Evict Strikers From Danville Homes on X-mas,” Dec 27 1930, 2

“Mass Evictions Start Of Danville Strikers,” Jan 3 1931, 2

“Green Offers Sell-Out Plan For Danville,” Jan 10 1931, 2

“Ready To Stop Danville Relief,” Jan 31 1931, 1

“The Danville Sell-Out,” Feb 7 1931, 4

“Gorman Says Will Break Next Danville Strike,” May 30 1931, 1

“Danville Workers To Fight Again Under NTWU Lead,” Jul 11 1931, 4

“Textile is Next,” Apr 1937, 4


Daneiger Oil and Refining Company:
Important News In Short: Pampa, Tex., Dec 1934, 6
Dangerfield, Tex.:
“Fight Legal Lynching,” Dec 12 1931, 2

“Legally Lynch Texas Negro On Dope Fiend Lie,” Jan 2 1931, 3


Danielsville, Ga.:
“Three Negroes Are Lynched In One Week,” May 1936, 1
Danville Daily News-Record:
“More Wage Cuts In Textiles,” Jun 13 1931, 3
Danville Knitting Mills:
“Danville Strikers Prevent Cut,” Jun 10 1933, 2
Danville, Ky.:
Lynch Law At Work: Danville, Ky., Nov 15 1930, 2
Danville, Pa.:
“Silk Workers Wages Cut,” Oct 24 1931, 3
Danville Silk Mill:
“Danville Textile Mill Has Stretch-Out,” May 1935, 5
Danville, Va.:
“Nominate Red Candidates At Virginia Meet,” Sep 6 1930, 1

“Communists Lead Fight On Pay For Unemployed,” Sep 13 1930, 1

“U.T.W.U. Confirms No-Strike, Sell-Out Policies,” Sep 20 1930, 2

“Lay-Offs and Wage-Cuts in Danville, Va.,” Sep 20 1930, 3

“Pleading for The Bosses,” Sep 20 1930, 4

“NTWU Puts Up Real Demands in Dansville,” Oct 11 1930, 1

“Betray Danville Textile Strike,” Oct 18 1930, 1

“Happening In Danville,” Oct 18 1930, 2

“Wage Battle for Workers Candidates,” Nov 1 1930, 1

“Danville Strike,” Nov 1 1930, 6

“The Election Campaign,” Nov 1 1930, 6

“Stiff Fight In Danville Despite UTW,” Nov 8 1930, 2



“Government Is Scab Herder For Danville Mills,” Nov 8 1930, 3

The Reds Say, Nov 22 1930, 4

“Exposes A.F.L. In Danville Gets 60 Days,” Nov 29 1930, 1

“The Danville Textile Strike,” Nov 29 1930, 4

“Troops Called Into Danville,” Dec 6 1930, 1

“Use Tear Gas On Danville Mass Pickets,” Dec 13 1930, 1

“Speed Workers Up As Order Beg For Jobs In Greenville,” Dec 13 1930, 3

“Danville Strikers Fight On,” Dec 20 1930, 1

“Evict Strikers From Danville Homes on X-mas,” Dec 27 1930, 2

“Mass Evictions Start Of Danville Strikers,” Jan 3 1931, 2

“Elizabethton Workers Hail Dan. Strikers,” Jan 10 1931, 1

“Green Offers Sell-Out Plan For Danville,” Jan 10 1931, 2

“Mistrial In Danville, Jan 17 1931, 2

“Stop Danville Scabs,” Jan 17 1931, 2

“Ready To Stop Danville Relief,” Jan 31 1931, 1

“Starvation In Standard-Coosa,” Jan 31 1931, 1

“A.F. of L. Sells Out Danville Strike; Workers Blacklisted,” Feb 7 1931, 1

“The Danville Sell-Out,” Feb 7 1931, 4

“Only 75 Danville Strikers Hired,” Feb 14 1931, 1

“N.T.W.U. Exposes Danville Sell-Out,” Feb 14 1931, 4

“U.T.W. Tries To Hide Strike Lies,” Feb 21 1931, 1

“20% Wage Cut In Greenville Textile Mills,” Feb 21 1931, 3

“Strikers Call For New Fight In Danville,” Feb 28 1931, 2

“March Again, Greenville, But Not Divided!” Feb 28 1931, 4

“Danville Mills Evict Strikers From Co. Homes,” Mar 7 1931, 1

“‘No Hotel Room Leaders’ In Danville’s Next Big Strike,” Mar 7 1931, 1

“Striker Says Danville Men Need Fighting Union—N.T.W.,” Mar 7 1931, 3

“Striker Framed By U.T.W. Leader,” Mar 21 1931, 1

“1-Year Sub. For Best A.F. of L. Sell-Out Story,” Mar 21 1931, 3

“Two Kinds of Strikes,” Mar 21 1931, 4

“Danville Strikers To Join A Fighting Uion [sic],” Mar 28 1931, 3

“Nation-Wide Wage-Cutting Drive Grows,” Apr 11 1931, 1

“Sell Out 2,000 Phila. Weavers,” May 9 1931, 2

“6,000 In Pa. Silk Strike,” May 16 1931, 1

“Gorman Says Will Break Next Danville Strike,” May 30 1931, 1

“Form NTWU Board,” May 30 1931, 1

“More Wage Cuts In Textiles,” Jun 13 1931, 3

“U.T.W. Fakers Again Robbing Dues From Danville Workers,” Jun 13 1931, 3

“Danville Bosses Prepare Break New Strikes,” Jun 20 1931, 3

“Danville Worker Hits ‘Welfare’,” Jun 27 1931, 3

“Danville Mill Workers Support Mine Struggle,” Jul 4 1931, 1

“Danville Workers To Fight Again Under NTWU Lead,” Jul 11 1931, 4

“Mills Use UTW To Fight Union,” Jul 18 1931, 3

“Danville Bosses’ Tool Loses His Job,” Jul 18 1931, 3

“Gets Jailed And Fined For Getting Job,” Aug 1 1931, 3
“U.T.W. Still Tries To Collect Dues,” Aug 1 1931, 3

“Begged For 8 1/2¢ Hour Job—Nothing Doing, Kills Himself,” Aug 8 1931, 3

“Keep Eyes On Supers and UTW,” Aug 8 1931, 3

“61 Cents For 36 Hours Work,” Aug 15 1931, 3

“Fire Char. City Worker With 13 Children,” Aug 15 1931, 3

“Spinners Do Doffing,” Aug 15 1931, 3

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

“Starvation in Land of Plenty, What’s Wrong?” Sep 5 1931, 4

“Danville Fighters Wants Our Fighting Union,” Sep 12 1931, 3

“Virginia Tobacco Growers Up In Arms Against Starvation Prices,” Oct 10 1931, 3

“Rotten Mill Conditions In Danville, Va.,” Oct 31 1931, 2

“Charity Grafters Carry on Fake at Workers’ Expense,” Dec 5 1931, 2

“Mill Slavery For Women in Mills of Danville, Va.,” Dec 5 1931, 3

“Build Party to Lead Growing Struggle In Carolinas and Va.,” Dec 26 1931, 4

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

“Lynchburg Cotton Mill Slaves Get Miserable Wages,” Dec 26 1931, 3

“Urge Increase Of Activity In Textile South,” Jan 9 1932, 2

“Bootlegger Chief of Police Jails Workers’ Leader,” Jan 9 1932, 3

“Danville Mill Slaves Forced To Give Money,” Jan 9 1932, 3

“Fine And Jail Sentence For W.G. Binkley,” Jan 9 1932, 3

“Party Recruiting Drive In District No. 16,” Jan 16 1932, 4

“Pollard Demands Special Police to Deal With Strike,” Jan 30 1932, 2

“Danville Shop Paper,” Jan 30 1932, 2

“Danville Cops Help Bosses’ Pay Cut Drive,” Jan 30 1932, 2

“Workers Will Fight Against Va. Wage Cut,” Jan 30 1932, 3

“Stool Pigeon At Bus Depot Helps Police,” Feb 6 1932, 2

“Three Sentenced To Prison,” Feb 20 1932, 2

“Danville Cops Raid Home and Jail Workers,” Feb 20 1932, 3

“Where We Differ With Mr. Liebowitz [sic],” May 20 1933, 4

“Danville Strikers Prevent Cut,” Jun 10 1933, 2

“Danville Textile Worker Urges Build Union,” Oct 1934, 5

“Textile Workers Fight Misleader,” Dec 1934, 5

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

“Not Wanted in Ranks of Militant Workers,” Jan 1935, 2

Important News In Short: Danville, Va., Jan 1935, 4

“Danville Textile Mill Has Stretch-Out,” May 1935, 5

“Textile Gets Ready,” Mar 1937, 3

“Dan River and Riverside Mill Workers Get Increase, But ---” Mar 1937, 12

“Textile is Next,” Apr 1937, 4
Darby, L.B.:
“Stagger W. Va. Glass Workers,” Nov 29 1930, 2
Darcey, T.J.:
“Warning, Longshoremen!” Mar 14 1931, 4
Darien, Ga.:
Caption, ”Southern Hospitality,” Sep 13 1930, 1

“Negro Lynched In Jail As Sheriff, Guardsmen Stand By,” Sep 13 1930, 1

“Lynch Law at Work: Darien, Ga., Sep 13 1930, 2

“Five Lynchings In Five Days As Unemployment Grows Worse,” Sep 20 1930, 1

Lynch Law At Work, Sep 20 1930, 1

“Fight Lynching,” Sep 20 1930, 4

“34 Are Lynched In 9 Months,” Oct 4 1930, 4

“Says Sheriff Shot Grant,” Oct 11 1930, 1

“Lynch Law at Work,” Oct 11 1930, 2

“Call for Mass Conference Against Lynch-Law,” Nov 1 1930, 3

“Lynch Law Justice,” Dec 13 1930, 1

Lynch Law At Work: Darien, Ga., Dec 13 1930, 2


Darlington Fabrics Co.:
“Workers Pay For Nurses But There Aren’t Any,” Nov 8 1930, 2
Darrow, Clarence:
“No Illusions About Darrow,” Sep 26 1931, 4

“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

“Manifesto of the League of Struggle for Negro Rights on Case of Scottsboro Boys,” Feb 6 1932, 4
Daughters of the American Revolution:
“D.A.R. Fears Communists; Call For Police,” May 2 1931, 3

“Former Chattanooga Mayor Attacks Reds And Soviet Union; Workers Prepare for August 1st,” Jun 20 1931, 4


Davenport, J.D.:
“Nominate Red Candidates At Virginia Meet,” Sep 6 1930, 1

“Our Candidates,” Nov 1 1930, 1


Davidson County, Tenn.:
“Red Vote In Tennessee To Reach 2,000; Party Backed Thruout State”,” Nov 15 1930, 1
Davis, Benjamin J. Jr.:
“Governor Bars I.L.D. at Fake Hearing for Willie Patterson,” Mar 25 1934, 1

Caption, Sep 1934, 3

“Angelo Herndon Urges Build Mass Paper!” Oct 1934, 4
Davis, Benjamin J. Sr.:
“Negro Leaders Out of Georgia State Rebuplican [sic] Party,” Feb 6 1932, 3

“Herndon Attorney To Speak in B’ham,” Jun 10 1933, 4


Davis, Buddy:
“Ala. Hearing Postponed, Some Released on Bail,” Aug 1 1931, 1

“Workers Protest Terror Against Ala. Croppers,” Aug 1 1931, 1

“ILD Names Murderers of Ralph Gray, Davis,” Aug 8 1931, 1

“Negro Judases and A.F. of L. Fakers Join Hands With Boss Class,” Aug 8 1931, 4

“Mass Protest Forces Release of 22 Croppers,” Aug 15 1931, 1

“Buddy Davis And 3 Other Croppers Safe,” Aug 29 1931, 1


Davis, C.H.:
“Tenn. Chain Gang Strikes,” Feb 21 1931, 1
Davis, Cliff:
News In Brief: Memphis, Tenn., Feb 1936, 4

News Notes: Memphis, Tenn., Mar-Apr 1936, 7


Davis, Corbett:
Important News In Short: Chattanooga, Tenn., May 1935, 4
Davis, D.W.:
“20,000 Miners Strike In Pa.,” Apr 4 1931, 1
Davis, Filmore:
“Bloody Lynch Law Toll Mounts For This Year,” Sep 5 1931, 2
Davis, George (Md.):
“Ritchie, Maryland’s Lynch Governor, Defends Murderers of Matt Williams,” Dec 19 1931, 4

“Legally Lynch Texas Negro On Dope Fiend Lie,” Jan 2 1931, 3


Davis, George (Ala.):
A Page for Southern Women, “UMW striker,” Jun 1937, 8
Davis, Glover:
“Thousands Of Atlanta Workers At Mass Funeral For Blind Negro Murdered By Police,” Sep 20 1933, 2

“Rev. J. A. Martin Dead,” Jan 1935, 4


Davis, Harrison:
“Put Furniture Back In Atlanta,” Feb 21 1931, 1
Davis, Ira:
“We Shan’t Forget,” Oct 1934, 2
Davis, James:
“Stool Pigeons Exposed,” Jul 1937, 15
Davis, James C.:
“Fifteen Arrested In Georgia Terror Drive Under Slave Law,” Nov 1934, 1
Davis, Jennie:
A Page for Southern Women, “Letter from Jennie Davis, wife of UMW striker,” Jun 1937, 8
Davis, John Lee:
Caption, Nov 1934, 1
Davis, John M.:
“Communists In Elections With Fighting Slate,” with photo, Oct 1934, 1

Caption, Nov 1934, 1

Contributor, “Scottsboro and the White Workers,” May 1935, 6
Davis, John P:
Important News In Short: Bessemer, Ala., Jun 1935, 6

“Negro Congress To Fight Lynching,” Feb 1936, 6

Caption to photo of leaders of National Negro Congress, Apr 1937, 4
Davis, Paul:
“WPA Strikers in Alabama Win Partial Demands,” May 1936, 1
Davis, R.L.:
“Chattanooga Soup Line Crowded At Closing,” May 23 1931, 1

“Chatta. Kitchens Hand Out Bread to 12,000,” May 30 1931, 4


Davis, “Red”:
“Harry Simms Murdered By Gun Thug,” Feb 20 1932, 1
Davis, Sam:
“Protest Attacks On Young Negro Workers In Char.” Jun 27 1931, 2
Davis, Virginia:
“Carpet Baggers—New Style,” Apr 1937, 7

Short story, “Love and Tear Gas,” Apr 1937, 8


Davis, Will:
Lynch Law At Work: Ludowici, Ga., Sep 19 1931, 2
Dawes, Charles Gates:
“The German Elections,” Sep 27 1930, 4

“Japan Bandit Raids Upheld By League, U.S.,” Dec 19 1931, 1


Dawson, Ala.:
“Leaves City To Starve On Farm,” May 30 1931, 3
Dayton, Ohio:
“Painters Get Wage Cut,” Oct 31 1931, 1
Dayton, Tenn.:
Lynch Law At Work: Dayton, Tenn., Apr 18 1931, 2

“Two Tennessee Cities Rank Highest In U.S. Illiteracy,” Oct 24 1931, 4

“Monkey Town Nabobs Held on Drunk Charge,” Jan 2 1931, 2

“CWA,” Jan 20 1934, 2


Daytona Beach, Fla.:
“Relief Jobs Handled By Fla. Politicians,” May 1936, 5
Dean, Curt:
“Miners Charged Educating Stool As Killer Freed,” Nov 1934, 3
Dean, Dayton:
“Night Riders Charged With Death of Worker,” Jun 1936, 1
Dean, John:
“20,000 Alabama Textile Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 1
Dean, Robert:
“Machine Guns Ready, Trained On Miners,” Aug 22 1931, 1
Death benefits:
“Pipe Shop Cuts Pay,” Jul 1934, 3
DeBardeleben, Charles:
“Mine Worker Hurt On Job,” Jan 1936, 2
DeBardeleben Coal Corp.:
“Slashing Wages In Walker County Mines,” Nov 15 1930, 3

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

“Miners in Revolt at Bosses Welching On Agreement; Mitch’s Two-Timing,” Sep 1934, 2

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


Debs, Eugene V.:
Caption, “Workers’ Leader,” May 1936, 8
Debt peonage:
“Thieving Preacher-Landlord Robs Whole Cropper Family,” Oct 3 1931, 3
Decatur, Ala.:
“Present Negro Rights [illegible] Ruby Bates One [illegible] of March,” May 20 1933, 1

“Where We Differ With Mr. Liebowitz [sic],” May 20 1933, 4

“New Trial Hearing For Patterson June 22,” Jun 10 1933, 2

“State Still Plans to Demand Their Electrocution,” Jun 10 1933, 2

“Mass Protests Again Snatch Scottsboro Boy From Death Chair,” Jul 12 1933, 1

“Force Innocent Scottsboro Boys To Trial Again,” Aug 15 1933, 1

“Call State-Wide Ala. Meeting To Fight Lynchings,” Sep 20 1933, 1

“Scottsboro Trials Set For Nov. 27, in Decatur,” Nov 15 1933, 2

“Sentences Two Boys To Death,” Dec 20 1933, 1

Caption to photo of KKK, Jan 20 1934, 1

“I.L.D. Foils Legal Trick To Murder Scottsboro Boys,” Mar 25 1934, 2

Important News In Short: Decatur, Ala., Jul 1934, 2

“New Efforts to Free Scottsboro Boys Made by I.L.D.,” May 1935, 1

“United Front Fighting For Scottsboro Freedom,” Jan 1936, 1

“Sheriff Shoots Scottsboro Boy,” Feb 1936, 1

“Scottsboro Trial Set for April 1st,” Mar-Apr 1936, 6

“2 Scottsboro Boys Face Murder Court,” Jun 1936, 2
Decatur, Ga.:
Lynch Law At Work: Decatur, Ga., Nov 22 1930, 2

My Life, Dec 20 1930, 4

My Life, Dec 27 1930, 3

“Fifteen Arrested In Georgia Terror Drive Under Slave Law,” Nov 1934, 1

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