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    • French, W.E.P 1910-07-16

    • Law & legal affairs; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Travel;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on United Service Company letterhead, 07/16/1910. Says that he has referred A. B. Norlin to the patent attorneys as Theodore Debs requested. Writes that Eugene V. Debs's visit was a delight. Expresses hope that one day...
    • Stone, Irving; 1948-01-14

    • Books; Books -- Reviews;
    • Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper, 01/14/1948. Writes that he has read August Claessens' review of ADVERSARY IN THE HOUSE in the NEW LEADER. Says that the book continues to sell well. Remarks that ADVERSARY IN THE HOUSE will start being sold in...
    • White, Lillian J. 1919-09-15

    • Women's suffrage;
    • Copy of letter from Theodore Debs, 09/15/1919. Says that he does not feel malice towards anyone who disagrees with Eugene V. Debs' views. Writes that he knows that Eugene V. Debs' principles are about as popular as the abolition movement "at the...
    • Watson, Blanche 1926-05-10

    • Holmes, John Haynes, 1879-1964;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 05/10/1926. Says that John Haynes Holmes gave a sermon yesterday where he stated that the 3 men who lived up to his religious ideals were Luther Burbank, Clarence Darrow, and Eugene V. Debs. Remarks that John Haynes Holmes...
    • Stone, Irving; 1947-09-12

    • Books; Books -- Reviews; Drinking of alcoholic beverages;
    • Letter to Marguerite Debs Cooper, 09/12/1947. Writes that he appreciated Cooper's praise for his book. Says that he would like a chance to respond to what Cooper and Gertrude Debs did not like about the book. Assures Cooper that he was not passing...
    • Unidentified Correspondents 1920-11-13

    • Fans (Persons);
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 11/13/1920. Writes that she is the oddest of mortals. Says that some years ago she felt so entirely out of harmony with the world that she did not consider it worth living. Tells Eugene V. Debs that a friend of hers told...
    • Heinl, Robert D. 1943-05-06

    • Biography; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Fans (Persons);
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 5/6/43. Tells Theodore Debs that he did not mean to stir up so much excitement when he tried to help a woman referred to him by Theodore Dreiser desirous of writing a biography about Eugene V. Debs.
    • Lee, Algernon 1945-03-27

    • Health
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 03/27/1945. Writes that both he and Gertrude Debs have been ill. Mentions that Eugene V. Debs used John D. Rockefeller's name during a speech he gave in Chicago, Illinois in which he referred to the University of...
    • Riesel, Victor 1941-03-05

    • New Leader; Writing; Socialism;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs on NEW LEADER letterhead, 3/5/1941. Writes that the man he referred to in his NEW LEADER article was Dick Rovere of the NATION, a socialist of the Norman Thomas hue. Assures Theodore Debs That I. F. Stone is a...
    • Dunne, Edward F. 1916-03-04

    • Pardon; Prisoners; Political prisoners;
    • Dunne, Edward F.: Letter to Seymour Stedman on Executive Department, Springfield, Illinois letterhead, 03/04/1916. Informs Stedman that he has referred the cases of Albert Bergman and Herbert Rahn to the Illinois Board of Pardons.
    • Reilley, James M 1912-08-01

    • Barnes, John Mahlon, 1866-1934;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 8/1/1912. Says that ever since he read Eugene V. Debs's statement regarding the J. Mahlon Barnes matter that he has been wanting to write Eugene V. Debs. Writes that Eugene V. Debs has been misinformed regarding the manner...
    • Melinda, Vermillion County, Clinton, Indiana

    • Homicides; Light; Knives; Ghosts; Searching; Women;
    • Madeline Bonucchi's transcribed personal account of Melinda's light in the woods near Clinton, Indiana. Melinda was murdered and her spirit is looking for the man who killed her. She carries a knife in one hand and a lantern in the other. According...
    • Melinda, Vermillion County, Clinton, Indiana

    • Homicides; Light; Knives; Ghosts; Searching; Women;
    • Susie Cooper's transcribed interview of Cindy Donham's account of Melinda near Clinton, Indiana. According to Donham, if you go out by the strip pits just south of town, you can see Melinda's light as she looks for the man who murdered her.
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Robert Gillogly's transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Thomas L. Foster. According to this variant, Stiffy was a dog who was stuffed and placed in his master's mausoleum when the man died. If you go to the mausoleum at...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Helen Billing's transcribed account of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by herself. According to this variant, Stiffy was a dog who was stuffed and placed in his master's tomb when his master died. The dog is referred to as Stiffy Green...
    • Stiffy Green, Vigo County, Indiana

    • Dogs; Ghosts; Tombs & sepulchral monuments;
    • Gene Lowe's transcribed variant of the legend of Stiffy Green as collected by Lora Winston. According to this variant, a man had his cat stuffed when he died so that the cat could be placed in his mausoleum. Supposedly, people could see the eyes of...

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