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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Williamson, Mrs. C.L.:
“Negro Free, ‘Shot it Out’ with Sheriff,” Nov 1936, 4
Williamson County, Ga.:
“I.L.D. Fights Extradition of Georgia Negro,” Sep 1936, 3
Williamson County, Tex.:
“Cotton-Picking Time In Texas Brings New Slavery For Jobless,” Sep 20 1933, 3
Williamson, J.M.:
“Negro Faker In Anti-Red Drive,” Jan 31 1931, 1
Williamson, Mrs. Luella:
Lynch Law At Work: Meridian, Miss., Sep 5 1931, 2

“Errand Boy To Die For White Woman’s Crime,” Sep 26 1931, 2


Williamson, W.L.:
“They Must Be Stopped!” Jan 1937, 2

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


Williard, Daniel O.:
“Fight Against Hunger,” Sep 12 1931, 4
Willie, Sallie:
“Hero of Reeltown Murdered In Jail,” Jan 1936, 5
Willis, John:
“Tuscaloosa Croppers Open Fight For Cash Share Of Cotton Check,” Nov 15 1933, 1
Willis, Mrs. Mary:
“Mobile Workers Win Demands After Splendid Struggle,” Jun 10 1933, 1
Willis, Richard:
“Mobile Workers Win Demands After Splendid Struggle,” Jun 10 1933, 1
Willits, Joseph H.:
“Sell Out 2,000 Phila. Weavers,” May 9 1931, 2
Willner, S.:
“January ‘Communist’ Splendid Number for Guide to Action,” Jan 30 1932, 4
Wilson, Bonnie Mae:
“Eighteen Held on Herndon Law in Atlanta Jail,” Jun 1936, 1
Wilson, Christein:
“Child Appeals for Help For Kentucky Miners’ Families,” Jan 30 1932, 2
Wilson County, N.C.:
“N.C. Landlords Lynch Tenant,” Aug 30 1930, 1
Wilson, F.T.:
“Textile Workers In Elizabethton Want Red Union,” Sep 27 1930, 3

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


Wilson, George E.:
“Communists In City Elections In Charlotte,” Apr 25 1931, 1

Wilson, Harold:

“Textile Mill Poll,” Jun 1936, 5
Wilson, Harry D.:
“Congress Agrees To Let Farmers Starve to Death,” Feb 14 1931, 1
Wilson, J.M.:
“Deputies Murder One, 6 Wounded, 4 ‘Missing’,” Jul 25 1931, 1
Wilson, James:
“Protest Attacks On Young Negro Workers In Char.” Jun 27 1931, 2

“YCL Holds Dance In Charlotte A Success,” Jul 4 1931, 2

“Young Workers Active In Scottsboro Defense,” Jul 4 1931, 3

“Jail Speakers At Y.C.L. Meet,” Jul 18 1931, 2


Wilson, Jerome:
“Negro Wounded, Dies In La. Jail,” Sep 1934, 2

“Landlord Lynch Mob Kills Negro in Jail,” Feb 1935, 2


Wilson, John:
“Pineville Gang Steals Food; And Slugs Two,” Feb 20 1932, 1
Wilson, Lee:
“Prison Brutality,” Nov 8 1930, 2
Wilson, Luther:
“Negro Wounded, Dies In La. Jail,” Sep 1934, 2
Wilson, Moise:
“Negro Wounded, Dies In La. Jail,” Sep 1934, 2
Wilson, Nat:
“More Tyranny At Camp Hill,” Dec 19 1931, 4
Wilson, N.C.:
“Tobacco Farmers Starve,” Mar 7 1931, 2
Wilson, R.B.:
“Cut Off All Relief Work In Charlotte,” Aug 31 1933, 3
Wilson, Upton G.:
“3-Cent Tobacco In N. Carolina,” Nov 22 1930, 1
Wilson, Victor:
“Tenant Fights Landlord,” Apr 11 1931, 3
Wilson, Walter:
“‘Everything’s Lovely,’ Says Tennessee’s Prison Head!” Aug 31 1933, 4

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


Wilson, W.J.:
“Interesting Lectures At Charlotte Forum,” Mar 7 1931, 2
Wilson, William:
Contributor, “Significance of Yokinen,” Aug 15 1931, 4
Wilson, Woodrow:
“Ritchie, Maryland’s Lynch Governor, Defends Murderers of Matt Williams,” Dec 19 1931, 4

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

“I.L.D. To Appeal Lynch Verdict of Alabama Supreme Court; Demands Action from Roosevelt,” Jul 1934, 1

“Investigation Puts War Blame On Big Bankers,” Feb 1936, 1


Wimberly, D.P.:
“Charges Against Negroes False, Lynch Law Reigns,” Apr 11 1931, 1
Winborn, Miss.:
“Landlord Kills Farm Worker,” Dec 27 1930, 1
Winchester, Ky.:

“Harlan Prisoners Praise ILD Help,” Dec 19 1931, 2



Winchester County, Ky.:
“Harlan Prisoners Praise ILD Help,” Dec 19 1931, 2
Winclay, Press:
“Union Wins Benefits for Sharecroppers,” Jun 1936, 5
Winder, Ga.:
My Life, Nov 22 1930, 4
Windsor, Md.:
“Two Negro Boys Face Lynching,” May 2 1931, 4
Winfield, Ala.:
“20,000 Alabama Textile Workers Strike, Picket,” Sep 1934, 1
Winfield, Louis:
“Jail for Jobless,” Apr 11 1931, 3
Winfree, Tom:
Lynch Law At Work: Clarendon, Ark., Aug 16 1930, 3
Winn, Alfred:
“Communists In Elections With Fighting Slate,” Oct 1934, 1
Winona, Miss.:
News of the Month in the South, “Miss. Mob Tortures, Lynches Negroes,” May 1937, 11

“Pass Anti-Lynch Bill,” Jul 1937, 2


Winston County, Ala.:
“Agricultural Workers Organize Federal Local,” Mar 1937, 13

“Cotton Row,” Mar 1937, 13

“Farmers of Tomorrow,” May 1937, 15
Winston, Henry:
“Negro Youth Unite,” Apr 1937, 6
Winston-Salem Journal:
“3-Cent Tobacco In N. Carolina,” Nov 22 1930, 1

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


Winston-Salem, N.C.:
“Build The Southern Worker Drive,” Oct 4 1930, 2

Build The Southern Worker Drive,” Oct 11 1930, 2

“Build The Southern Worker Drive,” Oct 18 1930, 2

“Build The Southern Worker Drive,” Oct 25 1930, 2

“Mills Shut Down; Lay Offs In Winston Salem,” Oct 25 1930, 2

“Build The Southern Worker Drive,” Nov 1 1930, 2

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

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

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

“Doctors Get Theirs,” Dec 6 1930, 4

“Tried To Keep Warm,” Dec 13 1930, 1

Lynch Law At Work: Winston-Salem, N.C., Dec 13 1930, 2

“Winston-Salem Notes,” Dec 20 1930, 2

“The Stuff Boss Justice Is Made Of,” Dec 20 1930, 2

“Wage Cut Half By Docking At Winston-Salem,” Jul 25 1931, 3

“Tobacco Profits High, Workers Wages Cut,” Aug 29 1931, 3

“3 1/2¢ Hour For U.S. Coolies,” Aug 29 1931, 1

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

News In Brief: Winston-Salem, N.C., Feb 1936, 4

“Strikes In Three North Carolina Textile Centers,” Jul 1936, 3

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

“N.C. Convention Endorses Alliance,” Sep 1936, 3
Winston-Salem Teachers College:
News of the Month in the South, “Negro Youth Conference Extends Work Through South,” May 1937, 12
Winterhaven, Fla.:
“Florida Citrus Workers Strike Against Pay Cut In Spite Of Misleaders,” Jan 1935, 5

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


Wisconsin Steel Co.:
“Morgan, Mellon, Ford, Insull Back of Murder Gang Active in Harlan,” Oct 3 1931, 1
Wise County, Va.:
“3-Day Week, Low Wages In Mines In Va.,” Jan 24 1931, 3
Wise, Mrs. Jane:
“Bloody Lynch Law Toll Mounts For This Year,” Sep 5 1931, 2
Witt, Ed:
“Danville Cops Help Bosses’ Pay Cut Drive,” Jan 30 1932, 2

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


Wittfogel, K.A.:
“January ‘Communist’ Splendid Number for Guide to Action,” Jan 30 1932, 4
WLW:
“Southern Listeners Hear Browder Call for Labor Party,” Mar-Apr 1936, 4
Wolfe, George:
“AF of L to Help Organize Agricultural Workers,” Jan 1937, 5
Wolfe, Richard:
“Kidnap, Beat Leaders; Gun Thugs Patrol Roads To Stop Pineville Meet,” Jan 30 1932, 1
Woll, Matthew:
“Free American Labor,” Sep 6 1930, 4

Cartoon, “A Nice Man,” Sep 20 1930, 1

“Winter!---What Now?” Oct 4 1930, 1

The Reds Say, Dec 13 1930, 4

“Attack Communists,” Jan 17 1931, 2

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

“To Cut Dole In England,” Sep 5 1931, 1

“Woll Again,” Sep 5 1931, 3

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

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

“Reds Blamed For Earthquake,” Dec 1934, 2

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

“Prevent a Split in the AF of L,” Jan 1937, 2
Wollin, Ed:
“Miners Charged Educating Stool As Killer Freed,” Nov 1934, 3
Women’s Dissent League:
“England’s Irish Butchers Decree Death For Political Opponents,” Oct 31 1931, 3
Women’s Wages:
Important News In Short: Washington, D.C., Dec 1934, 6
Wood, Frank:
“Tuscaloosa Croppers Open Fight For Cash Share Of Cotton Check,” Nov 15 1933, 1
Wood, Jennie:
“Peterson Jury Cannot Agree; Another Trial,” Dec 19 1931, 2
Wood, Laura:
“34 Are Lynched In 9 Months,” Oct 4 1930, 4
Wood Mill:
“Big Wage Cut In Lawrence Since Recent Strike,” Jan 16 1932, 2
Wood, Robert:
“All-South Conference Called On Lynching, For Union Rights,” Jan 1935, 2

“Release Of Two Won After Trial On Downs Law,” Jun 1935, 4

“I.L.D. Pamphlet Describes Terror In South,” Mar-Apr 1936, 4
Wood, W.R.:
“I.L.D. Rouses Fight Against Rapist Stool,” Nov 1934, 3
Woodlawn neighborhood:
“Defy Sheriff By Mass Action and Halt Evictions,” Oct 10 1931, 3
Woodlawn, Pa.:
“Denied Hospital Treatment,” Oct 31 1931, 4
Woods, Tom:
“400,000 Thruout [sic] Land In Jobless Demonstrations,” Mar 7 1931, 1
Woodside Mill:
“700 Fired In Greenville Mill,” Sep 20 1930, 1

“Police, KKK Raid Homes In Greenville,” Jul 11 1931, 2


Woodside, N.C.:
“Another Mill Cuts Wages,” Oct 10 1931, 4

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


Woodside, S.C.:
“White Negro Workers Meet Police Afraid To Interfere,” Apr 18 1931, 3

“Mill Workers Get Forced Vacations,” Jul 18 1931, 4


Woodward Building, Birmingham:
“They Must Be Stopped!” Jan 1937, 2
Woodward Iron Co.:
“Boycott The Birmingham Charity Fake,” Sep 19 1931, 3

“War Plans In Birmingham Link Up Shops,” Oct 3 1931, 1

“Strike Wave Sweeps South,” Jul 1934, 1

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

“Mitch Halts Strike of Dolmite [sic] Miners,” Oct 1934, 4

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


Woody, Coon:
“Force Negroes Out of Business at Camp Hill,” Jul 18 1931, 3
Woody, H. E.
“Organize Against Slave Conditions In The Black Belt,” Dec 1934, 5
Woolen, Ed:
“Steel Company Hires Deputy Killer,” Dec 1934, 2
Wooster, Ohio:
“Strikers Given Sentences,” Sep 1936, 6
Wooten, Jim:
Lynch Law At Work: Goldsboro, N.C., Aug 30 1930, 2
Worcester, South Africa:
“African Workers Fiercely Fight Armed Police,” Sep 26 1931, 1
Worcester County, Md.:
“Negro Worker Lynched For Demanding Pay,” Dec 12 1931, 1

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


Worker Photographers:
Advertisement, Aug 15 1933, 3

Advertisement, Aug 31 1933, 3

Advertisement, Jan 20 1934, 3
Workers Alliance of America:
News In Brief: Columbia, S.C., Feb 1936, 4

“Workers Leader Victim Memphis Police Terror,” Feb 1936, 6

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

“Farm News,” Jul 1936, 5

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

“Alliance To Hold State Convention,” Jul 1936, 7

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

“Ky. Unemployed Launch Drive for Organization,” Sep 1936, 3

“A Christmas Present!,” Jan 1937, 2

“Ky. Alliance To Demonstrate,” Jan 1937, 12

“425,000 To Be Cut Off WPA,” Jan 1937, 13

“More Jobless,” Mar 1937, 6

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

The American Scene, “Governors Protest W.P.A. Cuts,” Apr 1937, 10


Workers’ Center:
“Big Campaign In N. Orleans For Ky. Miners,” Feb 6 1932, 3
Workers’ compensation laws:
“Tenn. Bosses Ready To War On Jobless,” Nov 22 1930, 1

“Aged Jobless Worker Gives Last Pennies For Our Paper,” Dec 27 1930, 3

“Rayon Corp. Cheats Maimed Worker Out Of Compensation,” Jan 24 1931, 3
Workers Congress:
“Mass Pressure Brings Support of Workers Bill by Congressmen,” Feb 1935, 2
Workers’ Cooperative Union Hall:
“United Front Unemployment Conference In Lawrence,” Jan 16 1932, 3
Workers Defense Committee:
“Frame-Up of Textile Strikers Told—Appeal For Solidarity in Defense,” Mar-Apr 1935, 5
Workers Defense Committee of Burlington:
“Case of Framed N.C. Union Men Set For Appeal,” Jun 1935, 3
Workers Defense Corps:
“New Attack On Workers Launched,” Sep 13 1930, 4

“Defeat Raid Against Homes by Mass Action,” Sep 19 1931, 4

“Kidnap, Beat Unemployed In S. Carolina,” Oct 3 1931, 2
Workers Education Society of America:
“Fifteen Arrested In Georgia Terror Drive Under Slave Law,” Nov 1934, 1
Workers Election Campaign Committee:
“Qualify For Chatta. Election,” Jan 17 1931, 1

“Issue Platform Of Workers In Chatta. Election,” Jan 31 1931, 2

“File Candidates In Chatta.,” Feb 14 1931, 1
Workers Ex-Servicemen’s League:
“Parade Welcomes Mrs. Patterson,” May 2 1931, 1

“German Sailors’ Greetings,” Sep 26 1931, 1

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

“Southern Delegates Go To National Anti-War Congress,” Oct 1934, 2

“Convention Call,” Dec 1934, 2
Workers and Farmers Co-Operative:
“Scottsboro Protest Pours In From All Parts of Country,” May 9 1931, 4
Workers and Farmers Council:
“Communists In Elections With Fighting Slate,” Oct 1934, 1
Workers Hall:
“Mayor Brings KKK To Reply To Workers,” Apr 18 1931, 1
Workers International Relief:
“Plan Nation Fight For Negro Rights,” Nov 29 1930, 1

“W. Va. Miners Strike Against Big Wage Cut,” Oct 17 1931, 2

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

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

“Call Kentucky Miners Relief Conference In Detroit, January 4th,” Jan 9 1932, 1

“Rush Food, Clothing and Money Donations to Kentucky Strikes,” Jan 9 1932, 1

“Spread Strike As Thugs Raid Union Center,” Jan 9 1932, 1

“Again the Flood Horror,” Jan 9 1932, 4

“Help Ky. Miners By Rushing in Relief Funds, Jan 16 1932, 1

“Jail Defense Attorney On Arrival In Ky.,” Jan 16 1932, 1

“National Relief On For Kentucky Striking Miners,” Jan 16 1932, 2

“Capitalist ‘Law and Order’ in Harlan and Scottsboro,” Jan 16 1932, 4

“South Rallies For Kentucky Strike Relief,” Jan 30 1932, 1

“‘Just a Little Something To Eat While We Fight’,” Jan 30 1932, 2

“Big Campaign In N. Orleans For Ky. Miners,” Feb 6 1932, 3

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

“Harry Simms Murdered By Gun Thug,” Feb 20 1932, 1

“Labor Fakers Of Chatta. In Scabby Deal,” Feb 20 1932, 3

“The Communist Party In Kentucky,” Mar 5 1932, 4

“Two Jailed in Gastonia After Beating by Thugs,” Nov 1934, 2


Workers Library Publishers:
“Labor Facts,” Aug 15 1931, 2

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


Workers Open Forum:
“Interesting Lectures At Charlotte Forum,” Mar 7 1931, 2
Workers’ Revolutionary Party:
“England’s Irish Butchers Decree Death For Political Opponents,” Oct 31 1931, 3
Workers School:
“Students Trained for Fight,” Nov 29 1930, 1
Workers Self Defense Corps:
“Smash The Lynching Campaign,” Dec 12 1931, 4

“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

“Injunction Against Kentucky Miners By Federal Judge,” Feb 6 1932, 1

“The Murder of Harry Simms a Challenge to the Working Class,” Feb 20 1932, 4
Workers Social Insurance Conference:
“Chattanooga Jobless Present Demand To City; Unemployment Conference Called For Oct. 15,” Sep 20 1930, 1

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


Workers Unemployment and Social Insurance:
“Will Nominate Negro Workers In Tenn., Ala.,” Aug 16 1930, 1

“To Demonstrate On Labor Day For Unemployment Insurance,” Aug 16 1930, 1

“Power Co. Lays Off Old Workers,” Aug 16 1930, 3

“Workers’ Social Insurance,” Aug 16 1930, 4

“Communists And Election,” Aug 16 1930, 4

“Demand Pay For Unemployed And 7-Hr. 5-Day Work Week,” Aug 30 1930, 1

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

“Unemployed In Chatta. Council,” Aug 30 1930, 2

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

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

“Workers Beat Back Police,” Sept 6 1930, 1

“Nominate Red Candidates At Virginia Meet,” Sep 6 1930, 1

“500 In Chatta. Jobless Meet,” Sep 6 1930, 1

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

“Attack Oklahoma City Meet,” Sep 6 1930, 4

The Reds Say, Sep 6 1930, 4

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

“Alabama Politicians Exposed,” Sep 13 1930, 1

“Charlotte Workers Point Way,” Sep 13 1930, 2

“Unemployment And Farm Crisis Looses Pellagra On Workers,” Sep 13 1930, 2

Untitled, Sep 13 1930, 3

“New Attack On Workers Launched,” Sep 13 1930, 4

“Fight Unemployment by Organizing!” Sep 13 1930, 4

“Chattanooga Jobless Present Demand To City; Unemployment Conference Called For Oct. 15,” Sep 20 1930, 1

Photo, “Winter Is Coming,” Sep 20 1930, 4

Caption, “King of Exploiters,” Oct 4 1930, 1

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

“Crumbs For The Jobless,” Oct 4 1930, 1

“The Ensley Unemployed Demonstration,” Oct 4 1930, 4

Caption, “Organize—Rather Than This,” Oct 4 1930, 4

“Delegates To Plan Fight In Chattanooga,” Oct 18 1930, 1

“While Hoover Talks About Confidence,” Oct 11 1930, 4

“25% Greenville Workers Jobless: Rest On Part Time,” Oct 25 1930, 2

“Slavery In Atlanta Laundry,” Oct 25 1930, 3

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

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

“On The Path Of The Bolshevik Revolution,” Nov 8 1930, 4

“No Relief But Lies By Hoover Regime,” Nov 15 1930, 1

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

“Family Starving, Steals Bread Then Hangs Self,” Nov 22 1930, 2

“No Rubbish, Please!” Nov 29 1930, 2

“Nation Drive For Signers Of Our Bill,” Dec 13 1930, 1

“Demand State Jobless Fund In N. Carolina,” Dec 13 1930, 1

“Jobless Bill Petitions In Chat. Signed,” Dec 13 1930, 2

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

“Wasted Militancy,” Dec 20 1930, 2

“No Fake Insurance Like This For Us,” Dec 20 1930, 3

“For Real Unemployment Relief,” Dec 20 1930, 4

“Many Jobless Sign Petition For Insurance,” Jan 3 1931, 1

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

“Feed Jobless Wormy Meat,” Jan 3 1931, 3

“Bloated Parasites and Starving Millions,” Jan 3 1931, 4

“Charlotte Gets Signers for Bill,” Jan 10 1931, 1

“Lie About Jobs In Chattanooga,” Jan 10 1931, 1

“Lenin Memorial Meetings,” Jan 17 1931, 1

“Many Hunger Marches Thru Out Country,” Jan 17 1931, 1

“Against Wage Cuts, For Real Aid In B’ham,” Jan 17 1931, 1

“Rally Around Relief Now In Chattanooga,” Jan 17 1931, 1

Caption, “Toll of Miners Lives,” Jan 17 1931, 3

“We Want No Charity Relief But Unemployment Insurance,” Jan 17 1931, 4

“Speed-Up Signers For Jobless Bill in B’ham,” Jan 17 1931, 4

“Hunger Marches Demand Cash Relief From the City Councils,” Jan 24 1931, 1



“Rush Work on Signature Collection,” Jan 24 1931, 4

“Chatta. Jobless To Demonstrate Feb 10,” Jan 31 1931, 1

“Pie For Sally Captain; Jobless Wait For Heaven,” Jan 31 1931, 3

“Workers Council In New Orleans Fights For Aid,” Jan 31 1931, 3

“Club Congress Into Action!” Jan 31 1931, 4

“Hold Street Meetings To Prepare in Charlotte,” Feb 7 1931, 1

“On to City Hall on Feb. 10,” Feb. 7 1931, 4

“What the NTWU Is; How It Fights For Textile Workers,” Feb 7 1931, 4

“Defy Police Ban; Meet And March Twice,” Feb 14 1931, 1

“Hunger Regime Refuses Hear Our Demands,” Feb 14 1931, 1

“Something To Think Over,” Feb 21 1931, 2

“1,000 Demand Relief Feb. 25 In Charlotte,” Mar 7 1931, 1

“Disease Caused By Stale Water,” Mar 7 1931, 3

“Speed-Up In Mines Means More Workers Lives Lost,” Mar 7 1931, 3

“Chattanooga Trial Set March 31,” Mar 28 1931, 1

Caption, “Shall We Starve Without A Struggle?” Apr 4 1931, 1

“Chatta. Workers Rally For Mass May Day Demonstration,” May 2 1931, 1

Caption, “Demanding Jobless Insurance,” Jun 13 1931, 3

“Relief Jobs At 15 Cents Hour,” Jul 4 1931, 2

“Negro Landlords In Chatta. Just As Bad As White,” Jul 11 1931, 3

“U.S. Pushes War Alliance In German Crisis,” Jul 18 1931, 1

“The Civilization They Tell us To Defend,” Aug 1 1931, 4

Caption, “Can We Live Like This in The Winter?” Aug 8 1931, 4

“Scheme to ‘Save’ Miners, on Rocks,” Sep 5 1931, 3

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

“‘Hobo Express’ a Way To Evade the Fight,” Sep 19 1931, 3

“Negro Candidates Prominet [sic] In N.Y. Communist Campaign,” Sep 19 1931, 1

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

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

“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

“Workers Of South Must Carry Out Mass Fight Against War Plotters,” Oct 31 1931, 1

“Fight Against Hunger,” Oct 31 1931, 4

“Politicians In Panic Try To Evade Issue,” Dec 12 1931, 1

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

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

“W. Va. Miners Organizing,” Dec 26 1931, 1

“Feb. 4 Day Of Demonstratn’ Of Unemployed,” Jan 2 1932, 1

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

“Unemployed of Knoxville In Relief Drive,” Feb 20 1932, 2

“The Murder of Harry Simms a Challenge to the Working Class,” Feb 20 1932, 4

“Fewer Railroad Workers,” 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

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

“What We Stand For,” May 20 1933, 1

The Question Box: “Unemployment Insurance What Does It Mean?” Jul 12 1933, 3

“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 Call To Action,” Aug 15 1933, 4

“T.C.I., Center of South’s Industry, Closes Rail Mill,” Aug 31 1933, 1

“T.C.I. Workers To Head City Ticket Of B’ham Communist Party,” Aug 31 1933, 1

“The Russian Revolution—And Us,” Nov 15 1933, 4

“CWA,” Jan 20 1934, 2

“A.F. of L. Big Shots Betray Rank And File,” Jul 1934, 4

“Mine, Mill, Smelter Unemployed Local Backs H.R. No. 7598,” Sep 1934, 1

“White and Negro Workers In New Orleans United Front,” Sep 1934, 2

“Red Steel Union Prepares Strike,” Sep 1934, 3

“Communists In Elections With Fighting Slate,” Oct 1934, 1

“Texas Conference For Relief Action,” Oct 1934, 2

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

“East Coast and Gulf Marine To Strike,” Oct 1934, 4

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

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

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

Important News in Short: Washington, D.C., Nov 1934, 4

“Congress Called To Back Workers Insurance Bill,” Nov 1934, 6

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

“Vets Plan New Bonus March,” Dec 1934, 2

“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

“The Communists And The Fight For Unemployment Insurance,” Jan 1935, 6

“Mass Pressure Brings Support of Workers Bill by Congressmen,” 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

“Roosevelt’s Security—For Bosses,” Feb 1935, 6

“Jobless Insurance Campaign Grows For H.R. 2827,” Mar-Apr 1935, 1

“Meet For H.R. 2827 Called By Union Men in Bham.,” Mar-Apr 1935, 2

“Fake ‘Security’ Bill Passed As Congress Defeats H.R. 2827,” May 1935, 1

“Pipe Shop Worker Calls for Unity Against Bosses,” May 1935, 5

“Unemployment Insurance,” Jun 1935, 5

“Fight For H.R. 2827,” Jun 1935, 6

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

News In Brief: Columbia, S.C., Feb 1936, 4

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

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

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

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

“A Death Sentence,” Mar-Apr 1936, 8

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

“What Social Security Act Really Means,” Jan 1937, 11

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