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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American Casting Company:
“Molders Stalled By AFL Leaders,” Nov 1934, 5

News of the Month in the South, “Birmingham’s First Sit-Down Strike Wins 20 Per Cent Wage Boost,” Mar 1937, 11

“Laws: Bosses Push Anti-Sit-Down Strike Bill in Ala. Legislature,” Mar 1937, 12

News of the Month in the South, “12,000 Birmingham Steel Workers Get Union Recognition,” May 1937, 11


American Civil Liberties Union:
“Mayor Lied To New Orleans Jobless—No Jobs, No Money,” Jul 25 1931, 3

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

“Herndon Granted Bail,” Jul 1934, 1

“Landlords Jail Four,” Jan 1935, 1

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

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

“Scottsboro Defense Committee,” Feb 1936, 6

“Barton is Freed By State Court,” Dec 1936, 7


American Congress Against War and Fascism:
“Fifteen Arrested In Georgia Terror Drive Under Slave Law,” Nov 1934, 1

“B’ham Girl Goes Anti-War Meet,” Nov 1934, 5


American Cotton Manufacturers Assn.:
“Mill Workers Get Forced Vacations,” Jul 18 1931, 4

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


American Enka Corp.:
“N. Car. Textile Mill Afraid of Leaflets,” Sep 1934, 5
American Federation League:
“Browder, Ford Nominated by Communists,” Jul 1936, 1
American Federation of Government Employees:
News In Brief: Knoxville, Tenn., May 1936, 7
American Federation of Hosiery Workers:
“Troops Threaten Hosiery Strikers,” Jan 1935, 3

“Drive to Organize South Launched at Hosiery Meeting,” May 1936, 1

“Organizing Dixie,” May 1936, 8

“Mill Denied Injunction,” Jun 1936, 3

“Carolina Hosiery Workers Organize,” Jul 1936, 4

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

“Hosiery Drive Starts in South,” Jan 1937, 8

“Textile is Next,” Apr 1937, 4

“Hosiery Workers Hold ‘On to Victory’ Conference,” Jul 1937, 12
American Federation of Labor:
“What Do We Stand For?” Aug 16 1930, 1

“New Orleans Dock Workers Strike,” Aug 16 1930, 1

“T.C.I. Hounds Birmingham Workers,” Aug 16 1930, 1

“Workers Must Save 6 Organizers In Atlanta,” Aug 16 1930, 2

“They Can Never Smash Us!,” Aug 16 1930, 4

“Communists And Election,” Aug 16 1930, 4

The Reds Say, Aug 16 1930, 4

“A.F. of L. Fakers Convene,” Aug 30 1930, 1

The Reds Say, Aug 30 1930, 4

“A.F. of L. Mum On Leaksville 11% Wage-Cut,” Sep 6 1930, 1

“Call Workers To Smash Terror,” Sep 6 1930, 1

“U.T.W. Sleeps As Workers Are Fired,” Sep 6 1930, 1

“Carry on the Fight for Social Insurance!” Sep 6 1930, 4

“A.F. of L. Backs Boss Men,” Sep 6 1930, 4

“Free American Labor,” Sep 6 1930, 4

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

“Labor Enters National Drive To Save Atlanta Organizers,” Sep 13 1030, 1

“Alabama Politicians Exposed,” Sep 13 1930, 1

“World Militants Meet In Moscow,” Sep 13 1930, 2

“The Boss Solves Unemployment,” Sep 13 1930, 3

“Lupton City Mill Workers Hard Hit,” Sep 13 1930, 3

Untitled, Sep 13 1930, 4

Fight Unemployment by Organizing!” Sep 13 1930, 4

The Reds Say, Sep 13 1930, 4

Cartoon, “A Nice Man,” Sep 20 1930, 1

“Rush Trial Of Atlanta Six,” Sep 20 1930, 1

“Communists Win In German Poll,” Sep 20 1930, 1

“A.F. of L. Forces Strikers Back,” Sep 20 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

“Push Drive For Chatta. Jobless,” Sep 27 1930, 1

“10% Wage Cut In Candidate Bankhead Mine,” Sep 27 1930, 1

“Furniture Workers Ready To Strike,” Sep 27 1930, 2

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

“Textile Workers In Elizabethton Want Red Union,” Sep 27 1930, 3

“See Thru A.F. of L. Labor Fakers in Miss.,” Sep 27 1930, 3

“Turn Defeat Into Success In Alabama Election Campaign,” Sep 27 1930, 4

“Winter!---What Now?” Oct 4 1930, 1

“McGrady On Hand To Aid Furniture Bosses,” Oct 4 1930, 2

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

“AF of L Holds The Vilest Anti-Labor Convention,” Oct 18 1930, 1

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

“Hoover Calls for Attack on Workers,” Oct 18 1930, 1

“Sentence Red Speakers In Houston Meet,” Oct 18 1930, 2

“Happening In Danville,” Oct 18 1930, 2

“Workers Strike Against Cuts,” Oct 18 1930, 3

“Raise A Mailed Fist Over King’s Mountain!” Oct 18 1930, 4

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

“The Convention of the A.F. of L.,” Oct 25 1930, 4

“Struggle Around Atlanta,” Oct 25 1930, 4

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

“Low Wages for Food Workers in A.F. of L.,” Nov 1 1930, 2

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

“Such Fakers For Bosses’ Candidates,” Nov 1 1930, 5

“Vote Down Fake Relief Plan In Tenn.--Vote Red,” Nov 1 1930, 5

“Studying With The 8,000,000,” Nov 1 1930, 6

“The Election Campaign,” Nov 1 1930, 6

“Unions And The Communists,” Nov 8 1930, 2

“Admits Crisis,” Nov 8 1930, 3

“Reply To Misled Worker,” Nov 15 1930, 2

“Urge T.C.I. Terror For Communists,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“Tenn. Bosses Ready To War On Jobless,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“Insurance For Jobless Only Way Of Relief,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“Sea Institute Is A Black Hole,” Nov 22 1930, 3

“Cut Wages Of All Building Workers,” Nov 22 1930, 3

“Disease Is Pay Check For Labor,” Nov 22 1930, 3

“The Fish Committee,” Nov 22 1930, 4

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

“Veteran Labor Fighter Dies,” Dec 6 1930, 1

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

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

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

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

The Reds Say, Dec 13 1930, 4

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

“New Stretch-Out Coming In Elizabethton,” Dec 27 1930, 1

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

“Will Elizabethton Fighters Accept New Stretch-Out?” Dec 27 1930, 4

“Charlotte Gives Bats For Bread,” Jan 3 1931, 1

“Hit One and You Hit Them All,” Jan 3 1931, 4

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

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

“Attack Communists,” Jan 17 1931, 2

“Rayon Corp. Cheats Maimed Worker Out Of Compensation,” Jan 24 1931, 3

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

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

“More Speed-Up At Glanzstoff,” Jan 31 1931, 3

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

“What the NTWU Is; How It Fights For Textile Workers,” 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

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

“2,000 Demonstrate In Greenville For Jobs,” Feb 28 1931, 1

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

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

“Stony Creek Farmer Tells of A.F. of L. Red Scare Lies,” Feb 28 1931, 3

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

“Mass Action Urged To Win Dock Strike,” Mar 7 1931, 1

“A.F. of L. Supports Mayor Bass,” Mar 14 1931, 1

“Both A.F. of L. And Ku Klux Fool Workers,” Mar 14 1931, 3

“Warning, Longshoremen!” Mar 14 1931, 4

“Jail Red Union Leaders In New Orleans Strike,” Mar 21 1931, 1

Caption, “Watch Him!” Mar 21 1931, 1

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

“Workers May Force Strike,” Mar 21 1931, 2

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

“‘No Niggers’ Says A.F.L.,” Mar 28 1931, 1

“115 Jailed in Orleans Strike; Mass Picketing Starts On Call M.W.I.U.,” Mar 28 1931, 1

“250 Electricians Strike,” Mar 28 1931, 3

“Garment Workers Sold Out by A.F. of L.,” Mar 28 1931, 4

“Negroes Ready Fight Alongside Whites,” Apr 4 1931, 2

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

“Miners Starve In Serfdom In West Virginia,” Apr 11 1931, 2

“Demand Jobless Relief At Many Demonstrations,” Apr 25 1931, 1

“Jail Workers In Atlanta Power Strike,” Apr 25 1931, 2

“Try Railroad Atl’nta Workers,” May 2 1931, 1

“Some Facts About May Day,” May 2 1931, 4

“Prepare Riot Charges For Atlanta Workers,” May 9 1931, 2

“AF of L Called in Troops; Miners In Mass Protest,” May 16 1931, 1

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

“Green Forced To Admit Cuts But Betrays Strikers,” May 23 1931, 2

“Organize and Strike Against Wage-Cuts,” May 23 1931, 4

“75% Industries Have Cut Wages In Nation Drive,” May 30 1931, 1

“Greenville Building Workers Unemployed,” May 30 1931, 3

“‘Education’ for A.F. of L. Sell-Outs Is Line of Labor Fakers,” Jun 13 1931, 2

“3 Billions Lost In Wage-Cuts In 3 Months of 1931,” Jun 13 1931, 2

“A. F. of L. Rank And Filer Raps Green’s Speech,” Jun 20 1931, 2

“Stripping the Tampa Tobacco Workers,” Jun 27 1931, 2

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

“Mellon In Europe Lays Plans For Intervention,” Jul 11 1931, 1

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

“Prepare Aug. 1st In Charlotte,” Jul 25 1931, 2

“U.S. Launches Nation-Wide Wage Cutting,” Aug 1 1931, 2

“Fakers Shoot Radicals To Fool Jobless With A.F. of L.,” Aug 8 1931, 3

“Will We Permit Third Winter of Starvation?” Aug 8 1931, 4

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

“Another 10% Wage Cut For Victory Workers,” Sep 5 1931, 3

“Woll Again,” Sep 5 1931, 3

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

“Fight Against Hunger,” Sep 12 1931, 4

“KKK Beat Two Negro Workers In Greenville,” Sep 12 1931, 2

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

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

“Strike Against Wage-Cuts,” Oct 3 1931, 4

“Another Mill Cuts Wages,” Oct 10 1931, 4

“Southern Steel Workers Following the Lead of Pittsburg Conference,” Oct 10 1931, 1

“Young Workers Must Fight For Wages and Hours,” Oct 10 1931, 3

“Bill Green Boots The Stagger System,” Oct 17 1931, 2

“Textile Mill Workers Scorn Bosses’ Terms,” Oct 24 1931, 1

“Labor Fakers of Chattanooga In Cheap Swindle,” Oct 24 1931, 2

“Four Main Columns Will Reach Capitol Dec. 7th,” Oct 24 1931, 2

“Negro Labor Increases In All Industry,” Oct 24 1931, 3

“Central Committee Calls For Utmost Support of National Hunger March,” Oct 24 1931, 4

“A.F.L. Convention Continues Treachery,” Oct 24 1931, 4

“Preparing To Take Demands To Washington,” Oct 31 1931, 1

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

“A.F. of L. Workers Denounce Officials,” Oct 31 1931, 3

“No. Carolina Workers Join Textile Union,” Oct 31 1931, 3

“Newark Building Workers Sold Out,” Nov 7 1931, 2

“Harlan Miners Prepare Fight Against Terror,” Dec 5 1931, 1

“Workers Fight For Immediate Winter Relief,” Dec 5 1931, 1

“Carpenters In Texas Sold Out By A.F.L. Agent,” Dec 5 1931, 3

“Miners’ Union Protests Sell-Out of Lawrence Textile Strikers,” Dec 12 1931, 4

“New Magazine Will Give Lead to Workers in Class Struggle,” Dec 12 1931, 4

“Smash The Lynching Campaign,” Dec 12 1931, 4

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

“Strike Against Rail Pay Cut,” Dec 26 1931, 4

“Internation’l Workers’ Aid Issues Appeal,” Jan 2 1932, 1

“Railway Union Heads In Big Wage Cut Plot,” Jan 2 1931, 1

“Workers Will Rally Behind Demands Feb. 4,” Jan 9 1932, 1

“Builders Reject Cut,” Jan 9 1932, 3

“Delegates Who Visited U.S.S.R. To Tour South,” Jan 9 1932, 3

“Big Wage Cut In Lawrence Since Recent Strike,” Jan 16 1932, 2

“Work In A.F.L. Off To Good Start In Minneapolis,” Jan 16 1932, 3

“Build Our Revolutionary Party,” Jan 16 1932, 4

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

“January ‘Communist’ Splendid Number for Guide to Action,” Jan 30 1932, 4

“Knoxville Central Labor Body Helps United Mine Workers’ Official Fight Ky. Strikesrs [sic],” Feb 6 1932, 1

“Railroad Workers! Resist the Wage Cut! Repudiate Your Betrayers!” Feb 6 1932, 4

“Defenders of the Hoover Program,” Feb 20 1932, 4

“Rank and File U.M.W. Locals Plan Struggle,” Mar 5 1932, 2

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

“Fakers Afraid Of Southern Mill Workers,” Mar 5 1932, 3

“Strikes In South Win Pay Increases For Thousands,” Jun 10 1933, 1

“Googe Betrays Blue Mountain Strike To Boss,” Jun 10 1933, 2

“We Answer New Attacks With New Struggles,” Jun 10 1933, 4

“Thousands on Strike in South; Are Not Fooled by Roosevelt Promises,” Jul 12 1933, 2

“Labor Fakers Try Set White Against Negro,” Jul 12 1933, 3

“Southern Textile Workers Strike As Code Brings Pay Cuts,” Aug 15 1933, 1

“T.C.I. Workers Who Got $8.00 in 1930 Now Get $3.80; Company Deducts Jobless Aid From Pay When Re-Hiring,” Aug 15 1933, 2

“A.F. of L. Fakers Are Bosses’ People Says Steel Worker,” Aug 15 1933, 3

“A Call To Action,” Aug 15 1933, 4

“M.C. Ellis, Candidate Of The Workers,” Aug 31 1933, 1

“Girls in Fincke Cigar Co., Texas, On Strike For Decent Conditions,” Aug 31 1933, 2

“Workers in The Lane Cotton Mill Find N.R.A. Means Cut in their Pay,” Aug 31 1933, 2

Caption, Sep 20 1933, 1

“Fincke On Strike Again; Boss Broke His Promises,” Sep 20 1933, 2

“Textile Strikes Sweep South As N.R.A. Brings Pay-Cuts, Stretch-Out,” Nov 15 1933, 1

“‘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

“NRA Cut Wages In Gulf State Steel,” Dec 20 1933, 3

“Ex-Klansmen Denounce K.K.K., Join Communist Party,” Feb 10 1934, 1

“Rome, Ga., Foundry Workers On Strike For Higher Wages,” Feb 10 1934, 1

“Piedmont Mill Cuts Pay Again,” Feb 10 1934, 3

“Piedmont Mill Throws Worker Out To Starve After 11 Years,” Mar 25 1934, 3

“Labor’s Two Hands: A True Story,” Mar 25 1934, 4

“Strike Wave Sweeps South,” Jul 1934, 1

“White Legion—Fascist Spy Gang Against Workers,” Jul 1934, 1

“N.R.A. Moves To Fascism Says Resigning Board Member,” Jul 1934, 4

“F.D.R., Gorman Bust General Textile Strike—Many Workers Fight On!” Oct 1934, 1

“More Unions O.K. H.R. 7598 In Bessemer,” Oct 1934, 2

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

“Steel Workers Aid Textile Strikers,” Oct 1934, 5

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

“Congress Called To Washington For Jobless Bill,” Nov 1934, 1

Important News in Short: Birmingham, Ala., Nov 1934, 4

Important News in Short: San Francisco, Calif., Nov 1934, 4

“Molders Stalled By AFL Leaders,” Nov 1934, 5

“Reds Blamed For Earthquake,” Dec 1934, 2

“Communists In The Labor Unions,” Dec 1934, 6

“The United Front in the South,” Jan 1935, 1

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

“Demand Fascist Laws Against Workers’ Party,” Jan 1935, 2

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

“How A.F.L. Big Shots Support Strikes,” Jan 1935, 4

“Florida Citrus Workers Strike Against Pay Cut In Spite Of Misleaders,” Jan 1935, 5

“Union Ore Miners Resist T.C.I. Starving, Freezing and Spy Attempts,” Jan 1935, 5

“Support Grows For Union Rights And Anti-Lynch Meet,” Feb 1935, 2

“Central Trades Council Endorses H.R. 2827,” Feb 1935, 2

“Union Delegate to Workers’ Congress Reports—Urges Support For H.R. 2827,” Feb 1935, 4

“Been Slaves Long Enough Says Ga. Textile Worker,” Feb 1935, 5

“Fla. Citrus Workers Win Strike Despite Terror, Traitors,” Feb 1935, 5

“Laundry Strikers Fight Cops, Scab Herders, Traitors,” May 1935, 1

“Program Drawn For Fight On Long,” May 1935, 2

“Rank and File A.F. of L. Program,” May 1935, 2

Important News In Short: Washington, D.C., May 1935, 4

“Trades Council Leaders Exposed As Member Calls For Honest Leadership,” May 1935, 5

“T.C.I. Thugs Even Prevent Miners from Planting Corn,” Jun 1935, 2

Important News In Short: Washington, D.C., Jun 1935, 6

“Tennessee W.P.A. Workers Unionize,” Jan 1936, 1

“With the Trade Unions,” Jan 1936, 2

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

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

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

“Leads Fight,” Feb 1936, 1

“Miners Hail Industrial Union Fight,” Feb 1936, 1

Trade Union Topics, Feb 1936, 2

News In Brief: Milwaukee, Wisc., Feb 1936, 4

“Miners’ Convention,” Feb 1936, 8

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

“You’ve Getting Too Big To Whip!” Mar-Apr 1936, 8

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

Trade Union Topics, May 1936, 2

“Farm News,” May 1936, 5

“Three States,” May 1936, 8

“Eighteen Held on Herndon Law in Atlanta Jail,” Jun 1936, 1

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

Trade Union Topics, Jun 1936, 2

“The Insurrection Law,” Jun 1936, 8

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

Trade Union Topics, Jul 1936, 2

“Anti-Labor Chief Defended By Union Leaders,” Jul 1936, 2

“Rural Worker Asks Union Organization,” Jul 1936, 3

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

“U.M.W. President Scores Green,” Jul 1936, 4

“Farm News,” Jul 1936, 5

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

“N.C. Convention Endorses Alliance,” Sep 1936, 3

Caption, Dec 1936, 3

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

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

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

“Labor Backs Fight For Voting Machines,” Jan 1937, 7

“Hosiery Drive Starts in South,” Jan 1937, 8

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

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

“A People’s Program,” Mar 1937, 4

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

“Signing Up Already,” Mar 1937, 15

“Unity In A.F. Of L.” Apr 1937, 2

The American Scene, “Unpack Court Demands Labor,” Apr 1937, 10

The American Scene, “Green & Co. Map War Against C.I.O.,” Jul 1937, 10
American Federation of Labor Rank and File Committee:
“20,000 Alabama Textile Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 1

“Try Force Woman To Prostitution At Relief H.Q.,” Sep 1934, 3

“Aluminum Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 4

“T.C.I. Shut Down Throws Workers Out To Starve,” Sep 1934, 5

“Fight Fascism And War Developing Right Here,” Sep 1934, 6

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

“Rank & File Raps Community Chest As Boss Racket,” Nov 1934, 2
American Federation of Teachers:
“Workers Insurance Congress Unites Thousands in Washington: White, Negro Workers And Farmers Send Delegates From South,” Jan 1935, 1

“All-South Conference Called On Lynching, For Union Rights,” Jan 1935, 2

“Union Parents Want Children Taught By Union Teachers in Walker County,” Nov 1936, 2
American Federation of Textile Workers:
“Industrial Organization Approached,” Jul 1936, 2
American Iron and Steel Institute:
“75% Industries Have Cut Wages In Nation Drive,” May 30 1931, 1
American Labor Party:
“Roosevelt’s Election is Victory for America’s Common People,” Dec 1936, 9
American League Against War and Fascism:
“New Orleans, Austin Anti-Fascists Protest Visit of Hitler Agent,” Feb 1935, 1 “Methodists Defeat Attempt To Split Ranks,” Jun 1936, 4
American League of Ex-Servicemen:
Important News In Short: Washington, D.C., Jun 1935, 6
American Legion:
“Carry on the Fight for Social Insurance!” Sep 6 1930, 4

“Week Pay At Tobacco Plant,” Sep 13 1930, 3

Untitled, Sep 13 1930, 4

“AF of L Holds The Vilest Anti-Labor Convention,” Oct 18 1930, 1

“Hoover Calls for Attack on Workers,” Oct 18 1930, 1

“Hoover, Law and Order, Booze and Communism,” Oct 18 1930, 2

“Raise A Mailed Fist Over King’s Mountain!” Oct 18 1930, 4

“Tinsel To Eat,” Dec 27 1930, 2

“Shoot And Club Workers,” Jan 10 1931, 4

“Aim To Stop Militants In Dock Strike,” Mar 14 1931, 1

Untitled, May 23 1931, 4

“Police, Legionnaires Fire on Youth Demonstration,” Jun 6 1931, 1

“Mass Picket Lines Battle Police and Co. Gunmen,” Jun 20 1931, 1

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

“U.M.W. of A. Fakers Feeding Harlan Strikers On Promises,” Jun 20 1931, 3

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

“Free Braxton On Bond; Legion In Anti-Red Drive,” Sep 5 1931, 1

“American Legion New Line To Fool Working Class War Vets,” Oct 31 1931, 1

“Police-Legion In Tampa, Fla., Raid Workers,” Dec 5 1931, 2

“Politician Wants An Anti-Red Law,” Dec 12 1931, 3

“Two Centralia Prisoners Out After 12 Years,” Jan 9 1932, 2

“Tampa Police Stage Raid; Frame Worker,” Jan 16 1932, 2

“War Veterans Must Put Up Fight Against American Legion Fraud,” Sep 19 1933, 3

“Confiscate Legion Booze,” Oct 3 1931, 2

“White Legion—Fascist Spy Gang Against Workers,” Jul 1934, 1

“20,000 Alabama Textile Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 1

“K.K.K. and New Fascist Gangs Organize,” Nov 1934, 3

“Southern Vets Start On Way To Capitol Demanding Bonus,” Feb 1935, 2

“Civil Rights, Labor Party Endorsed At Conference,” Jun 1935, 4

“Unions, Legion Members Fight Sedition Bill,” Jun 1935, 4

Trade Union Topics, May 1936, 2

Trade Union Topics, Jul 1936, 2

“Disarm Industry,” Mar 1937, 6


American Metals Co.:
“New Mexico Wage-Cut,” Jan 9 1932, 2
American Mills:
“NTWU Leads Fight Against Sell-Out By Boss Agents,” Aug 30 1930, 1
American Nationalist Party:
“Racketeers in Patriotism,” May 1937, 6
American Nationalists, Inc.:
“Racketeers in Patriotism,” May 1937, 6
American Negro Labor Congress:
“Workers Must Save 6 Organizers In Atlanta,” Aug 16 1930, 2

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

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

“Fight Lynching,” Sep 20 1930, 4

“Call Southern Anti-Lynching Conference,” Sep 27 1930, 1

“At the Basis of Lynch Law,” Sep 27 1930, 4

“Anti-Lynching Conference Postponed To November 9,” Oct 4 1930, 1

“Georgia Lynching Makes 34th In 1930,” Oct 4 1930, 1

“Preparing the Ground in Georgia,” Oct 4 1930, 4

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

“Protest Clark Lynching Thurs. In Chattanooga,” Oct 11 1930, 1

“Wipe Out The Lynchers,” Oct 11 1930, 4

“What Is The A.N.L.C.?” Oct 11 1930, 4

“State Lynch Law Condemns Tom Robertson,” Oct 18 1930, 1

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

“An Appeal,” Oct 18 1930, 4

“Rule Death Law Valid In Atlanta,” Oct 25 1930, 1

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

“Boss Lives In $30,000,000 Palace; Workers Get $6,” Nov 1 1930, 2

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

“Expect Huge Anti-Lynch Conference in Chatta.,” Nov 8 1930, 1

“Form Body To Fight Lynch In Charlotte,” Nov 8 1930, 1

“The Bond of Solidarity Grows Stronger,” Nov 8 1930, 4

“54 Delegates From 3 States Present; Send 9 to St. Louis,” Nov 15 1930, 1

“Eyes On St. Louis,” Nov 15 1930, 4

“Urge T.C.I. Terror For Communists,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“Notice!” Nov 22 1930, 4

“Plan Nation Fight For Negro Rights,” Nov 29 1930, 1

“Workers Ask For Communism,” Nov 29 1930, 1

“Full Crops And Seed Taken From Farmer, Left Starving,” Dec 6 1930, 3

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