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John Spargo Papers

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Addresses, speeches, essays, and other writings   

Box Folder

Miscellaneous items   

1 1

Fragments   

1 2

Spargo, Genealogical American Branch   1927-1945 

1 3

Dated and undated photographs   dated: 1906-1945 

1 4

Music of Ernest F. Jones. Montpelier , VT. words by Spargo   undated 

1 5

"Anthony Haswell, patriot, printer, and poet" Delivered to the Bennington Poetry Club. n.c. 12p.   undated 

1 6

"Bolshevism and the Orient" 11p   undated 

1 7

Isaac Tichenor 6p   undated 

1 8

"Lenine -- Germany -- Malinovsky" 12p   undated 

1 9

"More about Lenin's relations with Malinovsky" 15p   undated 

1 10

A great revolutionary Negro patriot priest [ Lemuel Haynes] 5p   undated 

1 11

The masque of the months. a play. 24p   undates 

1 12

A message to Young Isreal Junior. Written for the Courier n.p. 2p   1920-1921? 

1 13

[My association with Woodrow Wilson, to 1917] untitled and "unpublished" 12p   undated 

1 14

Not Guilty! A play. 29p   undated 

1 15

"Not Judas -- but Lucifer... A Nasonic play for three characters." 22p   undated 

1 16

"Not Judas -- but Lucifer... A Nasonic play for three characters." 22p   undated 

1 17

[Bennington history -- drafts]   undated 

1 18

"Pageant.. to show New Hampshire's contribution to the development og American Freedom." No Author, no t.p., n.p 7p   undated 

1 19

The return of Zachy Bolitho. by John Scott Hocking [ A Cornish Mystery] 11p   undated 

1 20

Thomas Chittenden. 13p   undated 

1 21

The Virgin. 9p   undated 

1 22

Spargo, John -- at 18 months, NYC enl. of original photo   

1 23

Cornish Places and Persons. Photos.   1876-1895 

1 24

Francis Kitz. Card of Membership to: Congress International Ouvrier Socialiste de Paris, 1889., The Socialist League. London. Jan 6, 1885. Social Democratic Working Men's Club... Homerton. 1881   1881-1889 

1 25

Certificate of attendance and examination in course on South Africa, Oxford University Extension, at Camborne, Michaelmas and Lent terms.   1894-1895 

1 26

Social Democratic Federation, Barry Original photo.   1895 

1 27

Candidate's card for election to Barry Urban Council   1897 April 5 

1 28

Delegate's card-- National Federation of Trade and Labour Councils. First Annual Congress... Barry Council   1897 July 17 

1 29

The Comrade. An Illustrated Socialist Monthly. N.Y.   1900- 

1 30

Delegate's card-- Democratic National Convention. London   1900 October 27 

1 31

Bristol Socialist Society Resolution. Preserved items of interest   1901 January 23 

1 32

Social Democratic Federation. A Social Evening... Farewell to Comrades Mr. and Mrs. Spargo... Card.   1901 February 1 

1 33

My Visit to the "Tolstoyan Colony" at Whiteway. Reprinted from "The Social Democrat."   1901 September 15 

1 34

Spargo -- Appreciation plaque. Ontario Socialist League   1902 January 

1 35

Workingmen's Cooperative Publishing Association. Cards of Membership.   1902 April 3, 1904 January 5, undated 

1 36

Taff Vale Decision. N.Y. Globe   1903 February 24 

1 37

Sketch of J.S.   1904 

1 38

Socialist Party of America. Membership Cards. John Spargo, Prudence Spargo, and Sarah M. Cleghorn.   1901-1913 

1 39

Socialist School   1904 December 31 

1 40

Commission as Probation Officer.   1906? Summer 

1 41

Rand School. Class Photo   1906 

1 42

Rand School. Plaque   1906 

1 43

[Leaflets in] Child Labor Series published by the Woman's National Committee of the Socialist Party: Boys in the mines.   1907-1909? 

1 44

[Leaflets in] Child Labor Series published by the Woman's National Committee of the Socialist Party: Children in textile industries.   undated 

1 45

[Leaflets in] Child Labor Series published by the Woman's National Committee of the Socialist Party: Under-fed school children.   1908?-1909 

1 46

The Revilutionary Black Gang. Allen Gutman(ed.) Includes John Spargo's "George Luks, An American Painter of Great Originality and Force..." for the Craftsman, v.12 (1907 September), pp 598-607   undated 

1 47

How shall I vote? [New York?] 4p.   1908? 

2 1

Socialism and "Equality" 4p   1908 

2 2

Photos (5) and pen and ink sketch of John Spargo   

2 3

"On becoming and American citizen" THE INDEPENDENT, p.994-1000   1908 October 29 

2 4

"Reviews of New Books on Socialism and Religion," THE REPUBLICAN.   1910 February 29 

2 5

International Socialist Congress-- Photo and autographs.   1910 August 

2 6

"MAC" The Coming Nation. 4p.   1911 January 14 

2 7

Newspaper reports of addresses on socialism in Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana and Washington states. Clippings.   1912 

2 8

Vermont Socialist News. v.2, douple #8-9   1912 August 

2 9

West, H pen-and-ink sketch of John Spargo. Rand School.   1912 January 

2 10

"Underwood is Given Praise," The Louisville Herald. Clipping   1912 February 13 

2 11

Socialist Meetings-- Bennington--   1912 

2 12

Sagamore Confrence. 2 photos. dated by John Spargo 1909? or 1914?   1909? or 1914? 

2 13

Progressive (Bull Noose) Party Scrapbook.   1913 May 20- July 3 

2 14

'Socialism and War" clipping announcing speech; University of South Carolina   1917 January 24 

2 15

Millitarism Statement. Old Bennington, Vt   1915 December 25 

2 16

Red, White and Blue book of the American Labor Movement (A.A.L.D.) N.Y. 15p   1917 

2 17

"Socialism and war" clipping announcing speech; University of S.C.   1917 January 24 

2 18

Letter to Germer, S.P. National Sec., Explains refusal to sign Proclomation on War   1917 February 9 

2 19

Pass to Visit Tom Mooney   1917 March 8 

2 20

Socialist controversey over War-- 1917-1918. Clippings on Portland, Eugene?, Tacoma speeches   1917 March 

2 21

"Bolshevism From the Democratic View-Point."   1920 

3 1

'Social Revolution in Theory and Practice"   1920 

3 2

"The Alien and American Political Party Organization"   1920 January 

3 3

"Russia as an American Prolem, review.   1920 February 

3 4

"Will Not Rejoin Socialist Party"   1920 February 

3 5

"No Room in America for Patriotic Viciousness," in symposium "How can the Ex-Solier Best Fulfill His Obligation As a Citizen?" The Home Sector,   1920 February 21 

3 6

"Aliens and the Socialist Party," letter to the editor of the New York Times.   1920 February 23 

3 7

"The Evolution of Bolshevism in Russia: 1917-1920"   1920 

3 8

"Russian as an American Problem," extract dated 1920 March 9   1920 March 

3 9

"Russia's Tragedy and Promise," review of From Liberty to Brest-Litovsk, by Adriana Tyrkova-Williams, Bolshevik Russia, by Etienne Antonelli and Open Gates to Russia, by Malcolm W. Davis.   1920 Spring 

3 10

"Our Russian Policy, Past, Present and Future."   1920 Spring 

3 11

"Can We do anything for Russia?"   1920 mid April 

3 12

"Our Polict Towards Russia."   1920 May 

3 13

"Reaching the Immigrant Through Books," Publishers Weekly,   1920 May 22 

3 14

Bolshevism, Pan-Islamism and the Orient."   1920 February-August 

3 15

"JApanese Imperialsim and Russia."   1920 mid 

3 16

"The Future of the Christion Church and its Ministry"   1920 May-June 

3 17

"More About Preaching and the Ministry" The Christian Century.   1920 July 22 

3 18

"The Greatest Failure in All History"   1920 August 

3 19

Letter to Governor J.M. Cox of Ohio, re: Wartime Persecutions.   1920 August 12 

3 20

"The Public in Industrial Warfare" The Independent   1920 August 14 

3 21

"Russian Peoples Want Self-Government Within a Great Federated Republic," New York Evening Post   1920 August 21 

3 22

"The Status of Trade Unions in Societ Russia" The Weekly Review.   1920 September 1, 8 

3 23

"Is Preaching Futile?" The Christian Century.   1920 September 30 

3 24

Certificate of share holdings with The Twentieth Century Press (1912)   undated 

3 25

Pasport, miscellaneous items for trip to Europe   1920 September- November 

3 26

"Vanderlip Showed 'Harding's Letter to Many in London" Artile about Spargo   undated 

3 27

Proposed draft of letter (Sweden to Russia)   1920 September 

3 28

[Memorandum for the Washington Confrence, of Russia and China]   1920 November 

3 29

"H.G. Wells Lost in the Russian Shadow," New York Times Magazine   1920 December 3-13 

3 30

"Sees Red Peril," clippings of Cleveland Chamber of Commerce speech.   1920 December 14 

3 31

Card from the Bishop of Washington acknowledging gift   after 1920 December 

3 32

"Memorandum on Russian Policy."   1921 January 

3 33

"The Plain Truth about Germany," The Independent.   1921 January 15 

3 34

[Protest vs. anti Semitism]   1921 january 17 

3 35

"The Question of Soviet Gold; A Characteristic Example of Pro-Bolshevist Misrepresentation," letter to editor Courier Journal   1921 January 23-24 

3 36

"The Truth about Bolshevism and the Jew" Christian Century   1921 January 27 

3 37

"What Policy Ought the New Administration to Adopt Toward Soviet Russia?"   1921 March 

3 38

"Russia as a Problem of American Foreign Policy."   1921 April 28 

3 39

"The Confession of an Old Fogy I. Of Tapeworms and Pills, White Rats and Socialist Propoganda   undated 

3 40

"The Confessions of an Old Fogy I. Of Tapeworms and Pills, White Rats and Socialist Propaganda."   undated 

3 41

"Confessions of and Old Fogy II. Of Navvies' Nicknames, Cornish Miners, Methodists and Landlords and Marxian Socialism."   undated 

3 42

"Confessions of and Old Fogy II. Of Navvies' Nicknames, Cornish Miners, Methodists and Landlords and Marxian Socialism."   undated 

3 43

"Confessions of and Old Fogy III. Of Vagrant Moods, Sabotage, Building Houses and Revolution."   undated 

3 44

"Confessions of an Old Fogy IV. Of Red Symbols and Royal Fashions, Treason and Patriotism."   undated 

3 45

"Confessions of an Old Fogy IV. Of Red Symbols and Royal Fashions, Treason and Patriotism."   undated 

3 46

"Confessions of an Old Fogy V. Of Equal Suffrage and Democartic Ideals, Home Rule and Dodging Parliament."   undated 

3 47

"Confessions of an Old Fogy V. Of Equal Suffrage and Democartic Ideals, Home Rule and Dodging Parliament."   undated 

3 48

"The Japanese in the Russian Far East. A Memorandum with Illustrative Documents   1921 July 

3 49

"The Polish-Lithuanian Controversy."   1921 June 27 

3 50

"Bolshevist 'Frendship' for the United States"   1921 Summer 

4 1

"Suggestion for a Program of Action in Support of Democratic Russia"   1921 Summer 

4 2

Russia's Dismemberment a World Menace, table of contents   1921 July 

4 3

"The Bolshevist Role in Russia's Dismemberment," sixth chapter   1921 

4 4

Russia's Dismemberment a World Menance, manuscript   1921 July 

4 5

Letters to the editor condeming pamphlet "Who Rules Russia: The Personnel of teh Soveit Bureaucracy," Spectator   1921 July 22 

4 6

Letter to Charles E. Hughes and Herbert Hoover   1921 July 25, 26 

4 7

"Intellectual Workers in Soviet Russia."   1921 Fall 

4 8

"Disarmament and the Washington Conference."   1921 October-November 

4 9

"The Reconstruction of the Social Order," speech appearing in Burlington Free Press to Klifa Club.   1921 December 1 

4 10

"Bennington's Greatness," Troy Times   1923 April 12 

4 11

"I'm Kind of an Old Cuss," Boston Globe   1923 April 22 

4 12

"Well, What about the Jew in America? Burton J. Hendrick Show to be a Falsifier of History," The American Hebrew   1923 July 20 

4 13

"The Jew and the Nation," The Jewish Tribune   1923 August 3 

4 14

Summary of Round Table on Russia, manuscript   1923 August 

4 15

"The Fentons--Pioneer AMerican Potters."   1923 October 

4 16

"Soviet and Communist International," letter to the editor of The New York Times.   1923 December 20 

4 17

"Soviet's Record of Broken Pledges," letter to the editor of The New York Times.   1923 December 27 

4 18

"Soviet Recognition," articles in Washington Post.   1924 January 

4 19

Photos of Spargo with son.   1924 

4 20

Admittance card for Eastern Confrence of Progressives   1924 January 17, 18 

4 21

"Purpose Union of Aglo Saxons to Prevent War..." Banner   1924 January 22 

4 22

"The Russian Policy of the United States and Our Attitude Toward the Soviet Government."   1924 February 29 

4 23

Address at Woodrow Wilson Memorial Meeting   1924 February 7 

4 24

'A Letter of Confession and Challenge," The Outlook   1924 October 29 

4 25

The Players. A National Association of Lecturers, Musicians and Entertainers, season listing.   1924-1925 

4 26

Memo of Proposed agreement to write a history of Bennington   1925-1926 

4 27

Membership certificates in Vermont Historical Society   1925 January 20 

4 28

"Ethan Allen at Ticonderoga," Address to Green Mountain Boys.   1926 November 

4 29

[Address at the 19th Annual Pilgrimage to Rockingham, Vermont]   1925 August 3 

4 30

"Bennington Betters Older Garden of Eden," by "Norman" [Rockwell?] Boston Post   1925 August 4 

4 31

"Anthony Haswell, patriot, printer and poet," address to the Poetry Society or Southern Vermont.   1925 August 13 

4 32

"The Facts about the Design and Inscription of the Meeting House Marker."   1925 August 16 

4 33

Invitation to dedication of Macdonough Monument   1925 Spetember 11 

4 34

Memorial address for Charles Sprague Smith at Cooper Union.   1925 November 15 

4 35

Antiques, a monthly publication... adventures for The Potters, Potteries of Bennington, by John Spargo   1926 June 

4 36

"When and Where Was 'Old Glory' First Used?"   1926 Fall 

4 37

Summary of early history of the Methodist Church.   1927 May 19 

4 38

Notes on securing commemorative stamp and coin for Vermont Sesqui-cetennial.   1927 

4 39

"Vermont and the Stars and Stripes in 1777," an address   1927 February 23 

4 40

"Sonny [John Spargo Jr.] Collects 50 cent toll from Henry Ford."   1927 February 27 

4 41

'The Birthday of the Flag"   1927 Spring 

4 42

'A Confession of Faith"   1927, 1928 

4 43

"A Great Vermonter -- 1828-1928" [George F. Edmunds]   

4 44

"The Foe of Liberty and Progress" in the North American Review.   1928 April 

4 45

"The Advance in the American Labor Movement" in Yale Review   1928 April 

4 46

"Private Ownership"   1928 September 12 

4 47

Bequest of J.B. Wilbur, clipping   1929 June 15 

4 48

"Why I am No Longer a Socialist"   1929 February - March 

4 49

"Shaw Twits Spargo"   1929 January 18 

4 50

"Progressives and the A.F. of L." letter to editor of The New York Times.   1929 June 13 

4 51

"The True Story of Captin David Mathews and His State Line House..."   1930 

4 52

"Hoover--- and the New Phase."   1930 April 

4 53

Speech at Diocesan COnvention, St. Stephens Church, Middlebury, Vermont.   1930 May 20 or 21 

4 54

Pree accounts re. Cabinet Post.   1930 June - July 

4 55

Speech at Windham County Historical Society annual meeting.   1930 August 13 

4 56

"The Soviet Union: The Question of Recognition. II" in Current History.   1930 September 

4 57

"Hoover -- The New Phase," in The North American Review.   1931 April 

4 58

"The Duty of the Utilities to Present Their Case," in Public Utilities Fortnightly   1931 April 16 

5 1

"American Individualism Triumphant," in Nation's Business   1931 May 

5 2

Commission as Chairman Vermont Bicentennial   1931 July 3 

5 3

Social effects of Govenment Competition in Industry.   1931 July 9 

5 4

Photo, Historical Exercises   1931 August 

5 5

"Amperes and Industrial Statemanship," an Address   1931 September 9-11 

5 6

"Bureaucracy the Foe of Liberty and Progress," an address.   1931 November 24 

5 7

"Aristotle and the Dust Mop," an Address.   1932 April 27 

5 8

Torn Manuscript   1932 August 1 

5 9

"Socialist Half Truths."   1932 September 15 

5 10

"The Negation of Reason"   1932 October 29 

5 11

"Socialized Individualism America's Hope," an Address   1932 November 

5 12

"The Fall of the First Republic"   1933 

5 13

"Spargo Sees No Faith in Soviet," clipping   1933 April 19 

5 14

"Fifteen Years of Reconstruction and Re-adjustment," an address   1933 November 11 

5 15

"Private Property and Enterprise Essential to Social Progress"   1933-1934 Winter 

5 16

Address... at the Coolidge Pilgrimage, Plymouth Vermont.   1934 August 3 

5 17

Invitation to Madison Memorial Day   undated 

5 18

"Time Presage Liberty's Fall..." address   1934 August 4 

5 19

"Weston Good Example of Vt. Village Life" an address   1934 August 11 

5 20

Historical Exercises, Programs   1934 August 19 

5 21

[Campaign speech in Maine, no title]   1934 

5 22

[Campaign speeches in Rutland and Burlington, no titles]   1934 December 

5 23

"Probelms of Economic Recovery within the Constitution," an address   

5 24

Letter of designation as Chairman of Commission   1935 March 27 

5 25

Letter of designationas Chairmand of Commission   1935 May 9 

5 26

"Spargo Reviews Eight Years as Head of Historical Society"   1935 January 16 

5 27

"Washington and the Vermont Heritage," an address   1935 February 22 

5 28

Appointed Contract Labor Investigator, misc. items.   1935 April 22 

5 29

"Bishop Booth -- In Memorium. Patience, Understanding, and Generosity."   1935 July 6 

5 30

"The Constitution Our Nobelst Heritage and Our Greatest Hope," an address.   1935 September 17 

5 31

"Constitution Menaced Declares Spargo"   1935 September 18 

5 32

"Constitution Greatest Issue Since Slavery."   1935 October 31 

5 33

"Republicans must choose."   1935 December 

5 34

Hoover Articles, etc.   1935-1936 

5 35

Invitation to Liberty League Dinner.   1936 January 25 

5 36

"Didi Hoover Help the Farmer?"   1936 February 22 

5 37

"John Spargo on Wilson and Lincoln -- and Hoover."   1936 February 25 

5 38

"Second Thoughts about the Black Committee. Spargo Spanks Gibson."   1936 March 

5 39

"Senator Borah's Nomination Means Roosevelt's Election."   1936 April 

5 40

Speech to Burlington [Vt.] Republican club.   1936 April 15 

5 41

"Let us Draft Mr. Hoover"   1936 May 24 

5 42

Bennington Garden Club, exhibitor's cards.   1936 July 15 

5 43

Clippings -- 1936 Campaign   1936 October 

5 44

"Issues ub the Campaign," an address   1936 October 

5 45

[Lincoln Day] address to Boston Republicans.   1937 February 12 

5 46

"The Champlain Valley in History."   1937 May 9 

5 47

"Green an A.F. of L. Defended."   1937 July 

5 48

"Spargo Sees Court Plan as Deadliest Assault."   1937 April 24 

5 49

"John Spargo Supports Plea of Senator Borah."   1937 August 7 

5 50

"Calvin Coolidge, Spirit of Vermont Incarnate"   1937 August 8 

5 51

"The Historical Museum as a Vital Force," an address   1937 September 4 

5 52

"Exhibition of Poor Taste," letter to editor of Free Press.   1937 September 4 

5 53

"Postage Stamps of Germany Teach World Excelent Lesson in Economics"   1937 October 11 

5 54

[Iron mining and smelting in Bennington, Vermont, 1786-1842]   1937 December 

5 55

[Religious Oaths in Early Vermont]   

5 56

"Portraiture of Ethan Allen,' Letter to editor of Free Pree   1938 May 14 

5 57

"... Commencement address..."   1938 June 10 

5 58

"Historical and beautiful Lake Champlain Described," an address   1938 June 2 

5 59

"Mr. Hoover to Campaign," letter to New York Herald Tribune.   1938 July 25 

5 60

[Methodism] Sendgate -- Its Challenge and its Opportunity," an address   1938 

5 61

"Church Life Able to Meet Human Needs," an address   1938 September 3 

5 62

 1938 November11 Address at Bennington Lodge of Perfection   

5 63

World Fair Opening Invitation.   1939 April 1 

5 64

"Things We Should Know about the Mark Master Degree."   1939 May 8 

5 65

"Spargo Tells Swanton of Earlier Days," an address   1938 August 18 

5 66

"Historical Relations Between Organized Masonry in Massachusetts and Organized Masonry in Vermont."   1939 

5 67

Address at St. Peter's Church, [Bennington, Vt.]   1939 April 30 

5 68

Program of Masonic Installation   1939 April 18 

5 69

Address [to] Temple Chapter #8, R[oayal] A[rich] Masons...   1939 April 24 

5 70

"A Letter from John Spargo to Senator Capper."   1939 July 6 

5 71

"Brother Well Beloved -- Charles H. Johnson."   1940 

5 72

Article on Spargo for Hoover-Dewey ticket.   1940 June 8 

5 73

Letter to Sol Bloom on Land (lend?) Lease.   1941 January 18 

5 74

"Christmas 1941," poem   1941 

6 1

"Blackout Tonight," poem   1942 January 

6 2

"Hymn for Those Who Travel by Air," poem   1942 March 15 

6 3

"The Reprisal Murders," letter to editor of The Courant.   1942 June 12 

6 4

Poems (three)   1943 

6 5

"Ballad of Jesus, Son of Mary;" letter in reference to "Ballad of Jesus."   1943 June 

6 6

"Unjust Charge of "Slacker" Attacked."   1944 March 27 

6 7

"Willkie Concepts Not at all Clear." letter to editor of The Courant   1944 April 8 

6 8

"Old Ethan of Fort Ty. The Contribution of Ethan Allen to the Making of Vermont," a manuscript   1945 

6 9

"John Spargo, Friend of Lloyd George, recalls Their Early Struggles."   1945 March 28 

6 10

"Roosevelt Carried On 'Most Gigantic Task' in History, Says Spargo."   1945 April 16 

6 11

"Spargo Tell of His Visit to Mussolini."   1945 May 4 

6 12

"A Statement of Political and Social Faith."   1945 August 3 

6 13

Pro Memoria. B(etty). G(race). E(verett). Obit.   1945 August 15 

6 14

John Spargo, Jr., Did Atombomb Research.   1945 October 10 

6 15

"Historical Society 70 Years Old."   1945 December 20 

6 16

Cornish clippings   1946-1947 

6 17

"The Truth About a Memorial. A Personal Statement"   1946 February 15 

6 18

"Atom Bomb." a poem   1947 June 15 

6 19

Greetins from John Spargo. "Nestle down," poems   1947 September 1 

6 20

Memoir tape -- recorded by Columbia University, Oral History Project.   

6 21

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 24 

6 22

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 24 

6 23

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 24 

6 24

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 25 

6 25

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 26 

6 26

Memoir tape -- Columbia University.   1950 October 26 

6 27

"Faith and Fun at Sunset"   1951 Christmas 

6 28

Masonic Membership Register   1952 

6 29

Foreword to Autobiography   1952 

6 30

"Mrs. Spargo Dies Suddenly at her Home." clipping   1953 February 18 

6 31

Correspondence and notes regarding Spargo family genealogy   1954 

6 32

Museum retirement correspondence and clippings.   1954 

6 33

Letters to the editor on McCarthy censure, wtih autographed photograoh of McCarthy   1954 June 12, 24 

6 34

Certificate of contribution to restore Old North Church St   1954 August 31 

6 35

Request for permission to reprint Bitter City of the Children.   1960 December 1 

6 36

"Religion, the Constitutional Amendment."   1962 July 21 

6 37

"A Vitally Necessary COnstitutional Amendment."   1962 July 21 

6 38

Letter to the editor..."Spargo Recalls Churchill, Gladstone, Trevelyan."   1963 

6 39

Research materials -- Socialism in America: 1901-1920   1963 May 

6 40

Barry Goldwater and the Republican Leadership.   1964 November 9,12 

6 41

Deed: John Spargo to UVM   1965 

6 42

Books given by John Spargo to UVM Library, partial list.   1964 July 28 

6 43

"John Spargo... Dies."   1966 August 18 

6 44

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