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    • Normal Advance 1913

    • Journalism; Indiana State Normal School; Indiana State University; Education; Literature; College yearbooks;
    • A monthly journal written and published by the students and faculty of Indiana State Normal School. The last issue of the school year was dedicated to the graduating seniors and printed in the style of an annual yearbook.
    • Magnificent  Seven

    • Indiana State University; Universities & colleges; Students; African Americans; Black power; Blacks; Student movements; Protest movements; Activists; Demonstrations;
    • A group of students calling themselves the Students for a Better University took over the Administration Building on May 1, 1970. SBU presented a list of eight demands which were later changed to six. The students in this photograph are giving...
    • Murdered spouses, Japan

    • Legends; People; Homicides; Spouses; Murder victims; Supernatural; Ghosts;
    • Aaron Drumm's transcribed interview of Nancy Arthur about murdered spouses in Japan. According to Arthur, a young woman named Oiwa was married to a young samurai and was pregnant. The young samurai fell in love with another woman and wanted to...
    • Stedman, Seymour 1919-12-20

    • Law enforcement; Law & legal affairs; Political prisoners; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Pardon
    • Copy of letter to Abraham Lillienthal, 12/20/1919. Informs Lillienthal that the only way that he could see a writ of habeas corpus applying to Eugene V. Debs's situation is in regard to the "improper" removal of Eugene V. Debs from Moundsville,...
    • Weinberger, Harry 1921-12-07

    • War -- Public opinion; Peace movements;
    • Copy of letter to H. G. Wells, 12/07/1921. Informs Wells that working for the liberation of Eugene V. Debs and Charles Ashleigh is part of the general fight for world peace. Says that the powers that be can have no real desire to push for world...
    • Sperry, Marvin Gates 1920-02-13

    • Draft;
    • Form letter titled "Compulsory Universal Military Training" on Private Soldiers and Sailors Legion of the United States of America letterhead, 02/13/1920. Writes that the Private Soldiers and Sailors Legion of the United States of America is...
    • Nearing, Scott 1920-02-17

    • Churches;
    • Includes a copy of the World Church Movement statement dated 2/17/1920 saying that such men as Eugene V. Debs, imprisoned for saying "Thou shalt not kill," are part of the movement the World Church Movement wants to create to "establish a firm...
    • Debs, Eugene V. n.d. 076e

    • Meetings; Peace movements; Flowers; African Americans;
    • Incomplete letter to Theodore Debs, 10/27/????. Writes that the meeting house was "packed to the doors last night." Says that 300 people paid $1.50 to sit on the stage. Mentions that there were hundreds of people who could not get in. States...
    • Stedman, Seymour 1919-11-29

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Law & legal affairs; Political prisoners;
    • Letter from Abraham Lillienthal on Forscher and Lillienthal, Attorneys at Law letterhead, 11/29/1919. Says that now that the emergency situation created by the war is over that he would like to know what the chances would be to secure Eugene V....
    • Conklin, Darius B. 1945-12-27

    • Peace movements;
    • Letter from Charles Staff, 12/27/1945. Writes that Conklin has made an exhaustive study of historical events. Remarks that he thinks that Conklin's conclusions are sound. Tells Conklin that people should protest every chance they get to prevent...
    • Traubel, Horace 1916-12-16

    • Peace movements;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, 12/16/1916. Says that he, like Traubel, is opposed to a "nation carrying the weapons of murder about it as well as an individual." Writes that he is against the "whole diabolical program of human butchery." Remarks that...
    • Cooper, Debs Marguerite 1914

    • Debs family;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs on Sir William Johnson Hotel, Johnston, New York letterhead, ?/?/1914. Tells Marguerite Debs Cooper that Johnstown, New York is one of the "most historical in all the United States." Says that the last battle of the War...
    • Robins, Lucy 1921-11-09

    • Political prisoners;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 11/9/1921. Writes that Eugene V. Debs sends his loving greetings and best wishes. Says that he is anxiously await the public announcement of the Declaration of Peace because he has heard that whatever action Warren...
    • Robins, Lucy 1920-09-17

    • Political prisoners; Amnesty
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 9/17/1920. Tells Robins that Eugene V. Debs and the other political prisoners at the Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta, Georgia are appreciative of her kindness and her continued efforts despite great difficulties. Says...
    • Neuberger, David M 1944-09-19

    • Death;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 9/19/44. Writes that he was ill when he received a copy of the brochure "The Works of Sophia Monte Loebinger." Says that he was shocked to learn of Sophia Monte Loebinger's death. Tells Neuberger that Sophia Monte...
    • Heeb, Arthur B. 1921-09-23

    • Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923; Free, Arthur Monroe, 1879-1953; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Political prisoners; Prison sentences; Amnesty; Pardon;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 9/23/1921. Says that he appreciated Heeb's letters to Arthur Free and Warren Harding very much. Tells Heeb that the object of the letter-writing campaign is to offset the undue influence the American Legion has on Harding...
    • Heeb, Arthur B. 1921-09-11

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Political prisoners; Prison sentences; Amnesty; Pardon; Public speaking;
    • Letter to Arthur Free, 9/11/1921. Tells Free that Eugene V. Debs is still in prison even though many of Germany's war criminals have been released. Says that this a case of "discrimination against the common man." Writes that now that peace has...
    • Conkin, Darius B. 1949-12-25

    • World War, 1914-1918; Peace movements;
    • Letter to Charles Staff, 12/25/1949. Says that he agrees with the suggestion that Staff made in the VOICE OF THE PEOPLE in terms of abolishing the causes of war. Writes that Congress should appoint a committee of historians and psychiatrists to...
    • Knowlton, John W. 1926-10-14

    • Labor leaders; Labor unions; Newspapers; Pullman Strike, 1894;
    • Letter to DECATUR HERALD on Decatur, Illinois Justice of the Peace letterhead, 10/14/26. Writes that he has been an advocate for labor for fifty years. Says that the best way to handle labor problems is through cooperation so that the interests of...


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