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    • Lentz, John 1925-09-02

    • Writing; Socialist Labor Party;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs on America Insurance Union letterhead, 9/2/1925. Writes that he was happy to see in an Associated Press release that Eugene V. Debs’ health had improved. Mentions that the press release also stated that Eugene V. Debs was...
    • Le Prade, Ruth 1920-04-17

    • Writing;
    • Letter from David Starr Jordan on Stanford University letterhead, 4/17/1920. Says that he wrote a message for UNITY on 8/14/1919 in which he stated that Eugene V. Debs should be free to express his opinions no matter what they are with impunity. ...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Delana Good's transcribed interview of Andy Lemon's account of Martin Piniak. Lemon said that Piniak lived under the toll road. Lemon also stated that Piniak walked everywhere he went because his fiance was killed in a car accident and after that...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • William Ernst's transcribed interview of Les Freiberger's account about Martin Piniak. Freiberger stated that Piniak lives under a bridge in East Chicago, Indiana, and is supported by his family. It is said that Piniak lives this way because he...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Kenneth Hass's transcribed interview of Bob Simko about Martin Piniak. Simko stated that there is a man who lives under a bridge in East Chicago, Indiana, and he lives there becasue his son died. After his son's death, he didn't care anymore. He...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Gaye Riner's transcribed interview of Les Freiberger's account of Martin Piniak. Freiberger stated that Piniak lives as a hermit because he blames himself for his wife's death.
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Linda Kiraly's transcribed interview of Robert Wood Komara's account of Martin Piniak. This account states that Piniak sold all of his possessions and began living as a hermit after the death of his sweetheart. She was killed in a car accident, and...
    • Martin Piniak

    • Tramps; Bridges; Homeless persons;
    • Joseph Lesniak's transcribed interview of James Treece about Wooly. Treece states that Wooly Bully lives under a bridge in East Chicago, Indiana. It is stated that Wolly lives there because his wife died and he was never the same after her death.
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • William E. Kirby, Jr.'s transcribed interview of Adele Heckelsburg's account of Martin Sheets and the phone in his mausoleum. Heckelsburg stated that Martins Sheets had a phone installed in his mausoleum and that he had his dog stuffed and laid in...
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • Pam Townsend's transcribed account of Martin Sheets and the phone in his mausoleum. Townsend stated that Sheets was buried with a bottle of whiskey and a phone in case he was buried alive. If he woke up, he could call a cab and have a drink while...
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • Mary Anne Pierce's transcribed interview of Marsee A. Cox's account of Martin Sheets' phone in the mausoleum. Cox said that Sheets was an eccentric who wanted a phone in his mausoleum. According to Cox, the phone was removed after too many people...
    • Martin Sheets, phone in mausoleum

    • Telephones; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Fear; Buried Alive; Reincarnation; Highland Lawn Cemetery;
    • Cheryl Stryker's transcribed interview of Helen Dubbs' account of the phone in Martin Sheets' mausoleum. Martin Sheets had a telephone installed in his mausoleum because he was afraid he would be buried alive, and when he woke up no one would come...
    • Tarp man of Sullivan County

    • Suicides; Hermits; Fire;
    • Deborah Bates' transcribed interview of Ules and Cora Slinker about the Tarp Man of Sullivan County. Ules and Cora state that the man lived far from the road and was isolated. He liked the isolation, and when he found out that they were building a...
    • McLain, Ben 1920-12-08

    • Socialism; Voting; Prison sentences;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs 12/8/1920. Writes that he is sending Eugene V. Debs a box of cigars. Tells Eugene V. Debs that he hoped for better results in the recent election. Says that he thinks Samuel Gompers is wrong to be so optimistic about the...
    • Sperry, Marvin Gates 1921-08-04

    • Political prisoners; Harding, Warren G. (Warren Gamaliel), 1865-1923; American Legion; Veterans; Pardon
    • Copy of letter to Warren Harding, 08/04/1921. Says that he is writing Harding to challenge the remarks made by Edward S. Betteheim, Jr. of the Veterans of Foreign Wars regarding John G. Emery's position on Eugene V. Debs's case. Tells Harding that...
    • Lehane, Cornelius n.d.

    • Peace movements
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, n.d. Writes that he appreciates the interest he and Eugene V. Debs have taken in his case. Assures Theodore Debs that he never stated that the Socialist Party had sold out to the British government. Asks that Theodore...
    • Sinclair, Upton 1928-01-16

    • Newspapers; World War, 1914-1918;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 01/16/1928. Writes that the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS has published an article about him that was filled with the most vicious abuse. Says that he has filed a libel suit against the ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. Remarks that the ROCKY...
    • Bohn, William E 1948-01-15

    • New Leader; Debs, Katherine Metzel; Debs, Theodore, 1864-1945;
    • Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 01/15/1948. Says that she wants to discontinue her subscription to the NEW LEADER because of an article that appeared by August Claessens in which he stated that Theodore Debs did not get along with Katherine...
    • Mad Manson

    • Moon; Howling at the moon;
    • Scott Woelfule's transcribed interview of Martha Jane Woelfle about Mad Manson. Woelfle stated that Mad Manson lived in Terre Haute, Indiana, and was very eccentric. She had parties where people would howl at the moon. She also had a tree growing...

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