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    • Sanger, Margaret 1918-08-21

    • Birth control; Pamphlets; Publications;
    • Form letter on BIRTH CONTROL REVIEW letterhead, 08/21/1918. Writes that despite her efforts to insure that the BIRTH CONTROL REVIEW kept within the spirit of the postal regulations that the August issue of the BIRTH CONTROL REVIEW has been barred...
    • Sanger, Margaret 1921-10-17

    • Birth control; Public speaking; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs on First American Birth Control Conference letterhead, 10/17/1921. Tells Eugene V. Debs that a greater concern with over-population has generated a discussion about birth control. Writes that because of this increased...
    • Sanger, Margaret 1916-01-26

    • Birth control; Law & legal affairs; Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924;
    • Form letter, 01/26/1916. Says that her trial for advocating birth control has been postponed until 02/14/1916. Writes that she is not being prosecuted because federal authorities consider the advocacy of birth control "lewd, lascivious, and...
    • Sanger, Margaret 1918-02-20

    • Birth control; Newspapers; New York Call;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 02/20/1918. Asks that Eugene V. Debs write an article for the May issue of the BIRTH CONTROL REVIEW. Says that since she is hoping to make women the theme for this issue that she would like to use some of the articles...
    • Jenkins, D.  1915-01-16

    • Birth of a nation (Motion picture); Censorship;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 1/16/15. Writes that he appreciated what Eugene V. Debs had to say about "Birth of a Nation" in the last issue of the POST. States that the film has been "fought by colored men and women all over the country." Mentions...
    • Germer, Adolph 1918-04-12

    • Socialist Party of the United States of America; Socialism -- United States; Socialists; World War, 1914-1918 -- Protest movements;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs on Socialist Party National Office letterhead, 4/12/18. Says that he is sending Eugene V. Debs an article from the SPOKESMAN-REVIEW published out of Spokane, Washington to show Eugene V. Debs "evidence of the unscrupulous...
    • Brown, Ross D 1916-01-15

    • Birth of a nation (Motion picture); Newspapers; Melting Pot; Ingersoll, Robert G.;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 01/15/1916. Says that he liked Eugene V. Debs's article on BIRTH OF A NATION that appeared in the INDIANAPOLIS LEDGER. Mentions that he also liked the article Eugene V. Debs wrote about Robert Ingersoll for the MELTING...
    • Wells-Barnett, Mrs. I. B.; 1916-01-17

    • Birth of a nation (Motion picture);
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs on NEGRO FELLOWSHIP LEAGUE letterhead, 01/17/1916. Writes that she is writing to thank Eugene V. Debs for his article on BIRTH OF A NATION. Says that of all the "millions of white men of this country" Eugene V. Debs is the...
    • Bailey, Charles A., n.d

    • Birth of a nation (Motion picture); African Americans; Appeal to Reason; Socialism -- United States -- Newspapers;
    • Letter to Eugene V.Debs, n.d. Says that he read Eugene V. Debs's article in the INDIANAPOLIS LEDGER, "one of the greatest Negro journals in the United States," about BIRTH OF A NATION. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he wished that his article could be...
    • Abbott, Leonard 1915-11-19

    • Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966; Birth control;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on Free Speech League letterhead, 11/19/1915. Writes that he received Eugene V. Debs's article about Margaret Sanger that appeared in the NATIONAL RIP-SAW. Tells Theodore Debs that Margaret Sanger's pamphlet "Family...
    • Michel, Louise Debs 1894-05-26

    • Birth announcements
    • Letter to Theodore Debs and Gertrude Debs on Henry Michel Idlewild Conservatories letterhead, 5/26/1894. Tells Theodore Debs and Gertrude Debs that she received the telegram announcing the birth of Marguerite Debs Cooper. Says that she is proud...
    • Maynard, J.B. 1894-06-29

    • Birth announcements
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on Indiana Bureau of Statistics letterhead, 6/29/1894. Writes that he was happy to receive a card announcing the birth of Marguerite Cooper Debs. Says that he can only imagine how much brighter Marguerite Cooper Debs has...
    • Stone, Irving 1946-06-25

    • Books; Motion pictures; Debs family;
    • Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper, 06/25/1946. Says that he has finished writing the last of his screenplays and is now working steadily on his book about Eugene V. Debs. Remarks that he has a considerable portion of the beginning part now written....
    • Traubel, Anne 1923-01-10

    • Traubel, Horace, 1858-1919; Death; Birthdays;
    • Letter from David Karsner, 01/10/1923. Says that he did write anything on Horace Traubel's birthday except for this little note. Writes that he is sending it to Traubel with a complimentary copy of TALKS WITH DEBS IN TERRE HAUTE. Remarks that...
    • Crane-Gartz, Kate Christmas 1945

    • Christmas; Political prisoners;
    • Card to Gertrude Debs and Marguerite Debs Cooper, 12/25/1945. Writes that if she was governor she would establish a co-operative system, outlaw war, promote state insurance policies, advocate work or wages and mother's pensions, make birth control...
    • Hurt, Walter 1927-11-10

    • Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926 -- Birth; American Appeal;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 11/10/27. Writes that he would like to find out who wrote the text underneath a picture of Eugene V. Debs' birthplace in the 11/5/27 issue of the AMERICAN APPEAL.
    • Karsner, David 1919-11-11

    • Birthdays; Salutations; Telegrams;
    • Telegram to Eugene V. Debs, 11/11/19, signed by Karsner, "Frank," and "George." Says that while the world is celebrating the first year anniversary of the armistice, he, "Frank," and "George" are commemorating Eugene V. Debs' birth.
    • Norden, J.H 1908-09-08

    • Postcards;
    • Photocopy of postcard to Eugene V. Debs, 9/8/1908. Says that his wife gave birth to a baby boy which she and he named after Eugene V. Debs. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he hopes that his son will become as "good and smart as our future president."


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