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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Eton Mill:
“Fight To Free Framed N. Car. Strikers,” Jun 1935, 2
Eufaula, Ala.:
Lynch Law At Work: Eufala, Ala., May 16 1931, 2
Eustis, Fla.:
“Florida Fruit Packers Can’t Make Enough,” Jul 1934, 3
Evans, Herndon:

“Don’t Believe Capitalist Press Lies About Kentuckey [sic] Strikes,” Jan 16 1932, 1

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

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


Evans, Hiram W.:
“White Legion—Fascist Spy Gang Against Workers,” Jul 1934, 1

“Night Riders Charged With Death of Worker,” Jun 1936, 1


Evans, Dora:
“Eighteen Held on Herndon Law in Atlanta Jail,” Jun 1936, 1
Evans, Mary:
“Eighteen Held on Herndon Law in Atlanta Jail,” Jun 1936, 1
Evans, Richard V.:
Important News In Short: Birmingham, Ala., Sep 1934, 3
Evans, Will:
Lynch Law At Work: Kansas City, Mo., Nov 15 1930, 2
Evansville, Ind.:
“Socialist Jails Workers,” Dec 26 1931, 4

“Union Cooperation,” Sep 1936, 3


Evansville, Md.:
“Stop Maryland Eviction,” Feb 6 1932, 4
Evarts, Ky.:
“AF of L Called in Troops; Miners In Mass Protest,” May 16 1931, 1

“Harlan Miners Fight Rather Than Starve,” May 16 1931, 4

“Troops Enforce Injunction Against Striking Ky. Miners,” May 23 1931, 1

“Operators Indict 28 Harlan Miners in Murder Frame-Up,” May 30 1931, 1

Caption, “Miners’ Mass Meeting In Evarts, Ky.,” May 30 1931, 2

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

“‘Flux,’ Deadly Disease, Hitting Kentucky Fields,” Aug 8 1931, 1

“Jail Ky. Strike Leaders; Terror Of Thugs Grows,” Aug 15 1931, 1

“Machine Guns Ready, Trained On Miners,” Aug 22 1931, 1

“War—In the Ky. Mine Fields,” Aug 29 1931, 1

“Deputy Murders 3 Harlan Miners,” Sep 5 1931, 1

“Morgan, Mellon, Ford, Insull Back of Murder Gang Active in Harlan,” Oct 3 1931, 1

“Murder Gang Indicts Three Mine Leaders,” Oct 24 1931, 1

“Two Kentucky Police Shoot Enemy In Jail,” Oct 24 1931, 4

“Fascism Came To Miners of Harlan, Ky.,” May 1936, 6

News of the Month in the South, “Miners to Organize Harlan County,” Mar 1937, 11


Everett, Wesley:
Two Centralia Prisoners Out After 12 Years,” Jan 9 1932, 2
Evins, Robert:
“Stool Pigeons Exposed,” Jul 1937, 15
Excelsior Springs, Mo.:
“Bankers Urge Cut in Wages,” May 23 1931, 2
Exeter, Va.:
“Only 2-Day Week In Exeter Mines,” Apr 4 1931, 3

“Form Mine Committee At Exeter,” Apr 11 1931, 1


Exposition Cotton Mills:
“Wage Cut In Exposition,” Mar 28 1931, 4

“Girl Pickets Refuse Betray Struggle, Framed In Georgia,” Oct 1934, 1

“Racketeers in Patriotism,” May 1937, 6
Ex-Servicemen’s League:
“War Veterans Must Put Up Fight Against American Legion Fraud,” Sep 19 1933, 3
Extraordinary Conference of the Communist Party:
“The Communist Party Plans for the Coming Struggle,” Aug 15 1933, 4
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Fagan, P.T.:
“Miners To Picket White House, Hit Gov.; UMW Scabs,” Aug 1 1931, 1
Fageol Motor Company:
“California Auto Workers,” Nov 7 1931, 3
Fair, Bill:
“Mill Bosses Try Frame ‘Friendly’ Elizabeth. Sheriff,” Jun 6 1931, 3

“Jail NTWU Organizers In Elizabethton,” Jul 4 1931, 1


Fairburn, Ga.:
“Negro Shot Down By Posse In Atlanta,” Apr 11 1931, 1
Faircloth, William J.:
“Farm Suicide Father of 9,” Mar 28 1931, 4
Fairfax, Ala.:
“Mill Town Government,” Aug 29 1931, 3
Fairfield, Ala.:
“TCI Jobless Demonstrate In Ensley,” Sep 27 1930, 1

“Red Leaflets Right In Mills,” Feb 28 1931, 1

B’ham Notes, Aug 29 1931, 4

Caption to photo of policeman, Aug 15 1933, 2

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

“TCI Union Men Defy Cops, Hold Mass Meeting,” Dec 1934, 5

“Negroes Treated Like Dogs On CWA,” Jan 1935, 4

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

“Relief Workers Win Free Fare By Organization,” Jan 1936, 5

“TCI Ore Miners Strike Against Layoff, Speed-Up,” Jun 1936, 1

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

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


Fairfield Coke Works:
“Steel Workers Aid Textile Strikers,” Oct 1934, 5

“T.C.I. Coke Plant Speeds Up; Lays Off,” Oct 1934, 5


Fairfield Sheet and Jobbing Mill:
“More Wage-Cuts At Fairfield T.C.I.,” Jan 3 1931, 3
Fairmount, W. Va.:
“Stagger W. Va. Glass Workers,” Nov 29 1930, 2
Fall River, Mass.:
“‘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
Farley, John:
“They Shall Not Die,” Nov 1934, 6
Farley, Thomas M.:
“Whitewashing Franklin D. Roosevelt,” Mar 5 1932, 4
Farm labor:
“Farmers Rally For Struggle at Election Meet,” Aug 30 1930, 1

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

“Landlords Take Full Crops From Tenants,” Sep 27 1930, 3

“Winter!---What Now?” Oct 4 1930, 1

“‘Nice Clean Young Man’ For $12.50 a Month,” Oct 4 1930, 4

My Life, Oct 4 1930, 4

My Life, Oct 11 1930, 4

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

“Runs From Farm To Escape Starvation—Same In Mines,” Nov 29 1930, 1

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

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

“Red Cross Helps Planters Build Peonage In Ark.,” Feb 7 1931, 1

My Life, Feb 7 1931, 4

“Gaston Farmers Want To Fight,” Feb 28 1931, 3

“Farm Tenant Stabbed By Landlord In Fight For Food,” Mar 7 1931, 2

“Starving Farmers Are Ready To Fight For Real Relief,” Mar 14 1931, 3

“Discharge Teacher for Red Views,” Mar 14 1931, 4

“Cropper Murdered,” Mar 28 1931, 1

“Croppers Fight Back In Ark.,” Mar 28 1931, 1

“Mob Lynches Miss. Negro,” Mar 28 1931, 1

“U.S. Farm Expert Lies About Farm Wages,” Mar 28 1931, 3

“Marriage Included In Peonage In Arkansas,” Apr 4 1931, 2

“Organize The Revolt of the Croppers!” Apr 4 1931, 4

“Tenant Fights Landlord,” Apr 11 1931, 3

“Greenville Tenant Farmer, Lost All, Calls For Struggle,” Apr 11 1931, 3

“Fight for Right to Plant Corn,” Apr 18 1931, 3

“Struggle For Bread,” May 9 1931, 2

“Try To Break Farm Union By Rape Frame-Up,” May 9 1931, 2

“Cut Farm Wages To 25 Cents In Ala. Black Belt,” May 16 1931, 1

“Fight Frame-Up In Charlotte,” May 16 1931, 2

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

“Planter Shoots At Boy Farm Worker,” May 23 1931, 3

“Cut Farm Worker,” May 23 1931, 3

“No Sugar or Meat,” May 23 1931, 3

“Expose Baby Peonage On Plantation,” May 30 1931, 2

“75¢ a Day For Plowing in S.C.,” May 30 1931, 3

“Farm Worker Gets $1.00 For Week’s Work,” May 30 1931, 3

“Farm Children do Work of Men—Get No Chance,” May 30 1931, 3

“Ruling Class Takes Another 17-Year-Old Negro Boy’s Life,” Jun 6 1931, 4

“Berry Pickers Win 3 Strikes On Soddy Farm,” Jun 13 1931, 1

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

“Farm Workers Getting as Low As 15¢ Day—Organize, Fight!” Jun 27 1931, 4

“Croppers Resist Cutting off Food,” Jul 11 1931, 1

“50¢ Day For Peons In Sumter County,” Jul 11 1931, 3

“Force Croppers To Work Off Landlord’s Taxes On The Road,” Jul 18 1931, 3

“Pants or Food—One or Other for Farmers,” Jul 25 1931, 3

“Cropper Penniless After Season’s Work,” Aug 22 1931, 3

“Camp Hill Cropper Free, Tells Story,” Aug 29 1931, 2

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

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

“Poor Farm Reward For A Life of Toil,” Sep 26 1931, 1

“Starvation Plus Slavery On Farms Of The South,” Oct 3 1931, 4

“Workers Forced To Eat Garbage In Bosses’ Barn,” Oct 17 1931, 3

“Farm Wages Lowest In Past 15 Years,” Oct 31 1931, 1

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

“Landlord Steals From Farm Hand,” Dec 12 1931, 3

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

“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

“Va. Croppers Get $160 A Year And A Little Flour,” Dec 20 1933, 3

“Terror Fails to Break Cotton Choppers Strike,” Jun 1936, 5

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

“Organize Against Slave Conditions In The Black Belt,” Dec 1934, 5

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

“Landlords Jail Four,” 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

“La. ‘Sugar Bowl’ Workers Get 70¢ a Day in Scrip,” Mar-Apr 1936, 5

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

“Cropper Wants To Build Union In Mississippi,” Jun 1935, 3

“S.T.F.U. Meets In Arkansas,” Jan 1936, 4

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

“Farm News,” Jun 1936, 5

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

“Agricultural Workers Organize Federal Local,” Mar 1937, 13

“Build the Southern Worker,” Mar 1937, 16

“Land for the Landless,” Apr 1937, 16

“Farm Workers’ Challenge,” May 1937, 4

“Before He Drowns,” May 1937, 15

“Farmers of Tomorrow,” May 1937, 15

News of the Month in the South, “Union Introduces Sharecrop Contract,” May 1937, 13

News of the Month in the South, “Farmers ‘Sit-Down’ On High Fertilizer Price,” May 1937, 13

News of the Month in the South, “Texas Farm Workers Organize Fast,” May 1937, 13

“An Immediate Task,” Jun 1937, 2

“Farmers Need Wagner Act,” Jun 1937, 8

“As the Oranges Grow,” Jul 1937, 15

“Sheriff Threatens Forced Labor for Georgia Unemployed,” Jul 1937, 12

“Negro Union Leader Describes Beating,” Jul 1937, 13

“What Communists Want in Farm Legislation,” Sep. 1937, 10


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

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

“Fight For Social Insurance,” Aug 30 1930, 4

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

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

“Farmers Must Organize Immediately,” Oct 11 1930, 4

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

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

“Mass Misery Rampant For Poor Farmers,” Nov 8 1930, 1

“Farmers Have Not Price To Enter Fair,” Nov 15 1930, 3

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

“3-Cent Tobacco In N. Carolina,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“41¢ Day For Farmer,” Nov 29 1930, 2

“Not Worth Picking,” Dec 6 1930, 2

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

“Arkansas Conditions Worst In History,” Jan 17 1931, 4

“More Bank Failures Hit Farmers,” Jan 17 1931, 2

“Unemployment Grows In B’ham Despite Press,” Jan 17 1931, 4

“The Liberator Republished,” Mar 7 1931, 2

“Farm Prices Lowest on Record; More Starve,” Mar 14 1931, 2

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

“Worker-Farmer Unite!” Mar 28 1931, 4

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

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

“Farmers Can’t Sell Produce,” Jul 4 1931, 3

“50¢ Day For Peons In Sumter County,” Jul 11 1931, 3

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

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

“There’s Plenty But We Starve,” Aug 15 1931, 3

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

“Burn Corn For Firewood,” Aug 22 1931, 2

“A Nice Crop But Can’t Get Anything For It,” Sep 5 1931, 3

Lynch Law At Work: San Francisco, Calif., Sep 5 1931, 2

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

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

“Greater Farm Poverty Shown by Tenancy Rise,” Sep 12 1931, 2

“Farm Crisis Deepens in So. Carolina,” Oct 3 1931, 1

“Farm Prices Are Lowest Since Pre-War,” Oct 10 1931, 3

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

“Fair Crops and Lower Prices Increase Poverty of Farmers,” Oct 17 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

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

“Croppers Allowed 4 Cents on Cotton Now Selling at 10,” Aug 15 1933, 3

“Negroes Get Lower Price For Cotton,” Aug 15 1933, 3

“Farmers Get Less as Prices of Bread And Flour Rises,” May 1936, 6


Farm Research, Inc.:
“Farmers Get Less as Prices of Bread And Flour Rises,” May 1936, 6
Farmer, Leonard:
“Company Thug Killed As He Attacks Men,” Jan 9 1932, 4
Farmer-Labor Party:
Important News In Short: Minneapolis, Minn., Sep 1934, 3

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

“An Open Letter To The Followers Of Townsend In The South,” Jan 1936, 1

“Why We Need A Labor Party In The South,” Jan 1936, 2

“A Farmer Labor Party For The South,” Jan 1936, 6

“Miners’ Convention,” Feb 1936, 8

“Graves Breaks Pledge Levying Sales Tax,” Feb 1936, 8

“WPA Convention Strikes Blow at Low Wage Scale,” Mar-Apr 1936, 1

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

“Is The South a Part of The United States?” Mar-Apr 1936, 3

“Southern Listeners Hear Browder Call for Labor Party,” Mar-Apr 1936, 4

“A Death Sentence,” Mar-Apr 1936, 8

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

“State Bodies Vote for Industrial Unionism: U.M.W.A. Leads In Battle For Progressive Measures At Tenn.-Ala. Conventions,” May 1936, 1

“Why Poll Tax Reform?” May 1936, 8

“Three States,” May 1936, 8

Trade Union Topics, Jun 1936, 2

“Communist Party Holds National Convention,” Jun 1936, 7

Trade Union Topics, Jul 1936, 2

“Anti-Labor Candidate Nominated,” Jul 1936, 2

“Textile Leader Calls for Labor Party,” Jul 1936, 3

“Browder Terms Liberty League Greatest Danger,” Jul 1936, 4

“Farm News,” Jul 1936, 5

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

“The Communist Ticket,” Jul 1936, 8

“Vote Communist on Nov. 3: Election Issue is Fascism,” Nov 1936, 1

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

Cotton Row, Nov 1936, 5

“Communists Come Through Election with Increased Vote,” Dec 1936, 8

“Farmer-Labor Party?” Dec 1936, 8

“1937—A New Year—A New Southern Worker,” Jan 1937, 16

Build The New South, Mar 1937, 2

“Textile Gets Ready,” Mar 1937, 3

“A People’s Program,” Mar 1937, 4

“Steel Victorious! ,” Apr 1937, 3
Farmers:
“Alabama Politicians Exposed,” Sep 13 1930, 1

Fight Unemployment by Organizing!” Sep 13 1930, 4

A Communist To A Farmer,” Oct 4 1930, 2

“Census Reports Show Decline of Farm Values Through South,” Oct 24 1931, 3

“Farmers Under Red Flag,” Dec 5 1931, 1
Farmers’ Bank:
“Workers’ Savings Wiped Out,” May 9 1931, 4
Farmers Committees of Action:
“Covington Co. Masses Storm Court House,” Jul 12 1933, 1

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

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

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


Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America:
“Yes, Communists Run James Ford, Republicans Told,” Nov 1936, 3

“Farm: Farmers Union Protests Evictions by Resettlement,” Mar 1937, 13


Farmers Emergency Relief Bill:
“Communists In Elections With Fighting Slate,” Oct 1934, 1

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

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

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

Important News In Short: Palmetto, La., Jun 1935, 6
Farmers Fight Starvation”:
“Farmers Want Red Organizers,” Feb 28 1931, 1
Farmers Holiday Association:
“Farm Leaders Hit Reduction In Crop Acres,” Feb 1936, 4

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

“Farm Conference Demands Relief,” Nov 1936, 5

“Land for the Landless,” Apr 1937, 16


Farmers, Laborers and Cotton Field Workers:
Caption, May 1937, 4
Farmers’ National Committee for Action:
“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
Farmers Relief Councils:
“Farmers of South, Fight Starvation!” Jan 24 1931, 1

“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

“Farmers Want Red Organizers,” Feb 28 1931, 1


Farmers’ Second National Congress:
“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

“Farm Conference Delegates Plan Fight On Hunger,” Dec 20 1933, 4


Farmers Union:
“Farm Leaders Hit Reduction In Crop Acres,” Feb 1936, 4

“State Bodies Vote for Industrial Unionism: U.M.W.A. Leads In Battle For Progressive Measures At Tenn.-Ala. Conventions,” May 1936, 1

“Sharecroppers Ask for Charters in Farmers Union,” May 1936, 5

“Farm News,” Jun 1936, 5

“Union Organizer Is Held For Libel,” Jun 1936, 5

“Union Organizer Mobbed By Louisiana Boss Thugs,” Sep 1936, 2

“Union Organizer Beaten,” Sep 1936, 3

Cotton Row, Nov 1936, 5

“Farm Conference Demands Relief,” Nov 1936, 5

Caption, Dec 1936, 1

“Gulf Maritime Workers Strike,” Dec 1936, 1

“Share Croppers Unanimously Vote Unity with Farmers Union,” Dec 1936, 6

“Organize Farmer-Labor Cooperative Plan,” Dec 1936, 6

Cotton Row, Dec 1936, 6

“Resettlement Ousts Louisiana Farmers,” Dec 1936, 7

“1937—A New Year—A New Southern Worker,” Jan 1937, 16

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

News of the Month in the South, “Farmers ‘Sit-Down’ On High Fertilizer Price,” May 1937, 13

“Farmers of Tomorrow,” May 1937, 15
Farrell, James A.:
“75% Industries Have Cut Wages In Nation Drive,” May 30 1931, 1
Farrington, E.N.:
“Real Vote Denied Sharecroppers In Tallapoosa County,” Jan 1936, 5
Farriss, Robert P., also Fariss [sic], Robert:
“Tampa Witness Thought Slain,” Feb 1936, 2

“Klan Killers Stand Trial In Tampa, Fla.,” Mar-Apr 1936, 1


Farrow, Clarence:
“Landlord Kills Farm Worker,” Dec 27 1930, 1
Fascism:
“Hoover Calls for Attack on Workers,” Oct 18 1930, 1

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

“German Workers Fight Fascism,” Apr 4 1931, 2

“Young Workers Rout Fascists In Charlotte,” Jul 11 1931, 2

“Meetings Banned,” Sep 5 1931, 3

Caption, “Italian Troops Near Makale,” May 1936, 4

“Southern Women Salute Herndon!” May 1937, 14
Fayette, Ala.:
“20,000 Alabama Textile Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 1
Fayette City, Pa.:
Untitled, Jan 30 1932, 3
Fayetteville, N.C.:
“Posse Murders Negro, Cornered In Woods,” May 2 1931, 3

“NRA Hits Negro Workers Again,” Sep 1934, 3


Fayetteville, Tenn.:
“20,000 Alabama Textile Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 1
Federal Bank and Trust Company:
“Croppers To March Again In Arkansas,” Jan 24 1931, 1
Federal Emergency Relief Administration:
Caption, “A Swell Graft,” Sep 20 1933, 3

“Landlord, Relief Head Combine to Starve Croppers,” Sep 20 1933, 3

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

“New Orleans White And Negro Fight Evictions, For Relief,” Nov 1934, 2

“Fight Conditions On Relief Jobs In New Orleans,” Nov 1934, 5

“New Deal Slashes Jobless Relief,” Dec 1934, 1

“Speed Up On Forced Labor Job In Jacksonville, Florida,” Dec 1934, 2

“Workers Insurance Congress Unites Thousands in Washington: Relief Cut More By New Deal As Profits Rise,” Jan 1935, 1

“Brutal Attack On Woman By New Orleans Cops,” Jan 1935, 2

Important News In Short: New Orleans, La., Jan 1935, 4

“Arkansas Strikers Against FERA Cut Face Jail Terror,” Mar-Apr 1935, 2

Important News In Short: Tampa, Fla., May 1935, 4

“Florida Klan Murder Facts Told by Writer,” Jan 1936, 4

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


Federal Employment Bureau:
“Negroes Barred From Govt. Jobs on Hoover Dam,” Mar 5 1932, 1
Federal Farm Board:
“Co-op For Bankers and Big Planters,” Nov 1 1930, 4

“3-Cent Tobacco In N. Carolina,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“Burn Wheat For Coal,” Dec 20 1930, 3

The Reds Say, Jan 3 1931, 4

“Lonoke Farmers Set Example,” Jan 10 1931, 4

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

“Warns Farmers Against Fakers,” Aug 8 1931, 3

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

“Farm Board Fancies,” Aug 29 1931, 4

“Outlaw Plant In La., Other States Follow,” Sep 5 1931, 1
Federal Farm Credit Administration:
“Land for the Landless,” Mar 1937, 7
Federal Farm Labor Employment Bureau:
“Plowing Under Puts Tenants Deeper Into Debt; Mortgaged Farmers Fear Foreclosure in Fall,” Aug 15 1933, 3

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


Federal Labor Union:
“AF of L to Help Organize Agricultural Workers,” Jan 1937, 5
Federal Land Bank:
“Not To Share Croppers!” Dec 1936, 6
Federal National Bank of Boston:
“Boston Banks Crash,” Dec 26 1931, 2
Federal Relief Fund:
“Relief Checks Are So Small that Workers Are Forced to Peddle; Negro Families Get Less,” May 20 1933, 3
Federal Reserve:
“Bank Failures Mean Sharper Mass Misery,” Nov 29 1930, 1
Federal Trade Commission:
Important News In Short: Washington, D.C., Feb 1935, 4
Federal Transient Bureau:
“Transients Who Vote To Be Cut Off Relief,” Sep 1934, 4
Federated Press:
“Machine Guns Ready, Trained On Miners,” Aug 22 1931, 1

“Deputy Murders 3 Harlan Miners,” Sep 5 1931, 1

“Fewer Auto Workers On Job in Detroit,” Oct 3 1931, 3

“Finds New Graft,” Oct 10 1931, 4

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

Cartoon, Jul 1936, 2

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