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Industrial Workers of the World Records

 Collection
Identifier: LR000130

Scope and Content

Part I: Important subjects covered in the collection are: Bisbee Deportation; Arthur Boose; Cartoons of the IWW; Centralia Conspiracy; Colorado Mine Wars; Conventions; Court Trials; Criminal Syndicalism; Emergency Program; Claude Erwin; European Revolutionary Syndicalism; Everett Massacre; Factionalism; Farm Worker Organization; Foreign Administrations, IWW; Free Speech Fights; Harlan Mine War; William D. Haywood; Joe Hill Case; International Working Men's Assn.; Kemerovo (Russia) Colony; Joyce Kornbluh Collection; Labor conditions, early 20th century; Lawrence Strike; Lumber Camps; Marine and Dockworkers; Migratory Workers; Miners' conditions; Minute Book, 1906 1911; Pacifism and Patriotism, W.W.I; Pamphlet and Leaflet Collection; Paterson Strike; Poems and Verse; Police Brutality; Prisoners; Raids and Plots; RILU; Vincent St. John; Stickers and Stickerettes; Subversive listing; Fred W. Thompson; William E. Trautmann; Walter H. Westman; Ben H. Williams; Work Peoples' College

IWW Unions and Branches which are the focus of new, detailed material recently received include: Unions AWIU# 110; LWIU# 120; MMWIU# 210; CMWIU# 220; OWIU# 230; GCWIU# 310; BCWIU# 330; CWIU# 310 330; MMWIU# 440; FWIU# 460; MTWIU# 510; RRWIU# 520

Branches Balitmore, Berkeley, Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Duluth, Houson, Los Angeles, Manhattan, New Orleans, New York, Oakland, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, San Pedro, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma

Among the correspondents are: Elmer Anderson, George W. anderson, Walter Bendle, T. J. Bogard, Arthur Boose, Richard Brazier, O. R. Chandler, J. R. Daniels, A. S. Embree, Claude Erwin, A. J. Farley, A. Grundstrom, Covington Hall, William D. Haywood, Joyce Kronbluh, James La Gosh, E. W. Latchem, John A. Law, Herbert Mahler, Albert Prashner, Nicolaas Steelink, Fred W. Thompson, William Unger, Walter H. Westman, Ben H. Williams
Series Description: Series I, Proceedings of the IWW, 1905-1971, Boxes 1-6: This series is comprised of official proceedings and minutes of conventions; further proceedings will be added as long as the conventions occur. Occasionally these are supplemented by reports and extracts. The Fourth Convention (1908) was not officially recorded, but reports published in the Industrial Union Bulletin are included here. Proceedings not found here can be seen on microfilm, listed in the Appendix (5). Box 6 includes the proceedings of various conferences, 1948 1967. These are general and district membership conferences. Conferences within particular unions are filed with the papers of the unions in Series III.

Series II, The General Executive Board, 1906-1958, Boxes 7-15: The GEB's Minute Book includes handwritten minutes from the years 1906 1911, excepting 1909, for which there are no entries. William E. Trautmann and Vincent St. John wrote most of the entries. The fragile volume has been duplicated for research use. Minutes of other years, from 1917 to 1939, are also in Box 7, as well as miscellaneous supplemental material including correspondence, lists and reports. Some information on the "Split" of 1923 24 is here. Reports of General Secretary Treasurers are also to be found in Box 7. General Executive Board Bulletins from 1929 to 1958 are in Boxes 8 to 15.

Series III, General Organization, Boxes 16 96:

Subseries A, The IWW General File, Boxes 16-27: This is an alphabetically arranged general file of correspondence, and other material, including papers of most dates during the organization's history. Documents of the IWW — the constitution, preamble, various by laws, manifesto, Charts, etc. — are filed here. Other material includes correspondence of foreign syndicalists, material on bequests and estates, various printed programs, papers on the "Split" and the "Emergency Program," the RILU, some IWW radio broadcasts from Detroit, material on strikes and correspondence of several well known members.

Subseries B, Bulletins and Financial Statements, 1917-1971, Boxes 28-38: Office Bulletins and General Office Bulletins, later titled General Organization Bulletins, are in this series, as well as financial statements. In 1956, the two were combined into one publication. Boxes 36 to 38 include ledgers and daybooks, many from branches, and some unidentified.

Subseries C, The General Recruiting Union, 1926-1965, Boxes 39-42: Papers of the General Recruiting Union include financial statements, ballots, conference and convention minutes and notes, correspondence, GRU general organizing committees' papers, the official organ, Recruit, and bulletins.

Subseries D, General Organizing Committees, 1937-1951, Box 43: Minutes, correspondence, property lists of district groups.

Subseries E, Unions, Branches and Delegates, 1915-1972, Boxes 44-96: The papers of various unions include minutes of conventions and conferences, correspondence, financial statements, bulletins, and other material, as listed in the folder descriptions. As the membership declined, such records were more frequently kept by a branch, rather than by the several unions in an area. Delegates' records are also included here. In many cases, their correspondence and other correspondence in this series, provide colorful and interesting detail, both retrospective and current, on IWW history. Records of most of these groups were seized and destroyed by the government between 1917 and 1922. Therefore, records of the unions before those dates are rare; a few exist in the trial evidence papers.

Series IV, Foreign Administrations, 1946-1965, Boxes 97-98: Correspondence, minutes and miscellaneous items from four foreign administrations: Australian (1948 1964), Canadian (1947 1965), British (1946 1964), and Swedish (1946 1964). These administrations were quite independent, and the papers consist more of general correspondence than of actual internal business. The single letter of Mike Patton, with (Russian) Kemerovo Branch minutes, is filed in the General File.

Series V, Legal Problems, Trials and Defense, Boxes 99-136:

Subseries A, Raids and Plots, 1917 1919, Box 99: List of materials seized by the U.S. government in coast to coast raids. Some are compiled by U.S. agents, others by IWW delegates. An unauthenticated paper purporting to be a report of County Council, Butte, Montana raid plans, 1919, is included.

Subseries B, Trials, Boxes 100-130:

1. The Joe Hill Case, Boxes 100-102: Mostly retrospective, these papers are a reaction to an article published in 1948 by Wallace Stegner, which implied that Joe Hill was "guilty." Efforts to refute that brought forth clippings, trial transcripts, research material, rebuttal articles and much correspondence on the subject.

2. The Haywood Case (1917 1918), Boxes 103-123: The complete transcript of the 1918 trial, U.S. vs. Haywood, et al., is enhanced by papers of preliminary hearings, appeals and some formerly missing trial evidence comprised of IWW bulletins and letters, 1913 1917. There are also "Jail Bulletins" and "Trial Bulletins" published by the IWW before and during the trial.

3. Centralia, Box 124: Transcripts, briefs, appeals, petitions and a published song on the Centralia incident (1919) and trial. Further material on this can be found in Series X, the pamphlets and leaflets.

4. Criminal Syndicalism Cases, 1918-1927, Boxes 125-127: This group of papers includes trial transcripts, correspondence, appeals, statements and other items on indictments for criminal syndicalism. California cases (1918 1927) are in Box 125, Kansas and Washington cases (1918 1923) in Box 126, and other states (1918 1923) in Box 127. Many of these indictments were based on IWW publications and therefore, the internal contents here include much interesting material on IWW thought as expressed through publications considered inflammatory by the various state governments.

5. Miscellaneous Legal Papers, 1912-1967, Boxes 128-130: These three boxes contain a miscellany of papers on legal matters. They include a master's report on the Lawrence Strike, indictment records, 1918 1919, deportation hearings, inquests, Colorado Mine War cases, 1928 1929, Harlan, Kentucky mine cases, 1931 1932, and others, as listed in the folder inventory.

Subseries C, The General Defense Committee, 1918-1969, Boxes 131-134: The GDC was concerned with legal problems and prisoners' welfare. These papers include correspondence, lists, appeals, statements and financial records, as well as a number of Defense Bulletins, 1924 1942.

Subseries D, Prisoners, 1918-1938, Box 135: Records of convictions, reprieves, pardons, bail and bond funds, prison roll calls and some correspondence comprise the records in this box.

Subseries E, Subversive Listing, 1949-1962, Box 136: The papers here reflect the problems of the IWW under New York's Feinberg Act of 1949 and later, after the organization was cited as "subversive" by the U.S. Attorney General on April 29, 1953. They include correspondence, memoranda, research notes, etc.

Series VI, Work Peoples' College, 1918-1963, Boxes 137-138: Work Peoples' College near Duluth, Minnesota, has been cited as the earliest of all labor union oriented colleges. Founded in the second decade of the twentieth century, it was partly financed by the IWW, which also sent many students there. Finnish socialists and the Finnish Industrialisti, a popular newspaper linked to the IWW, were the main forces behind the bilingual institution. The curriculum of this school was part of the evidence in the 1918 trial of Haywood, et al. Papers include correspondence, leaflets, class lecture outlines, school publications (many in the Finnish language), school plays and compositions and other items.

Series VII, Songs, Poems and Artwork, Boxes 139 144: Little Red Song Books, sheet music and other music, including original arrangements, are included here, along with rejected lyrics and poems. Verse and poems of well known IWW poets, such as Richard Brazier, Ralph Chaplin, Covington Hall and Robert Whitaker are among these literary works. This series also includes many cartoons, including a group of original Joe Troy cartoons and a great number of stickerettes, the famous IWW "little organizers."

Series VIII, Original Manuscripts and Personal Accounts, Boxes 145-148: Short and longer manuscripts are contained in Boxes 145 and 146. Notable here are Ben H. Williams' history, "The Saga of the One Big Union: American Labor in the Jungle," and William E. Trautmann's recently discovered manuscript, "The Power of Folded Arms and Thinking Bayonets." The manuscript of Fred Thompson's IWW History is here, and manuscripts of Dick Brazier, E.W. Latchem, A.S. Embree, James Phillips and many others. Boxes 147 and 148 are manuscript drafts and research material donated by Joyce Kornbluh, author of Rebel Voices. There are a great variety of poems and excerpted material (some unattributed) on the IWW.

Series IX, Miscellaneous Materials, Boxes 149-155: Various published materials, articles, clippings, scrapbooks, bibliographic material, and odd copies of publications are included here.

Series X, Pamphlets and Leaflets of the IWW, and other Pamphlets, Boxes 156 180: The pamphlet collection includes some pamphlets not published by the IWW, but left in the headquarters files. Pamphlets and leaflets are in alphabetical order, by title. Various local leaflets are included. Foreign language pamphlets, frequently translations of popular IWW pamphlets, are in Boxes 179 and 180. There is a card file with subject headings as well as the list included here. Information on pamphlets is also to be found among the legal papers (Series V). Nearly every pamphlet published by the IWW is included here, either in original form or copied.

Oversize Material, Box 181
Part II: Part 2 of the Industrial Workers of the World Collection contains General Executive Board correspondence from the 1960s and 1970s and minutes, newsletters and correspondence from several branch locations and foreign administrations covering the same time period. Also included are Constitutional General Convention minutes from the 1970s, membership dues booklets, songs, cartoons, poetry, articles, legal case files, and a large assortment of English and foreign-language pamphlets and leaflets. Of particular interest are the reports of undercover private detectives posing as IWW members who investigated IWW organizing among Arizona miners in 1923.

Additional important subjects in part 2 of the collection: Anti-Vietnam War Movement; Arizona miners, organizing; Cartoons of the IWW; Conventions; Foreign administrations, IWW; General Executive Board; General Defense Committee; Junior Wobblies; Legal cases, 1920s; Poems and songs; Subversive listing litigation; Trials

Local branches Boston, Chicago, Houston, New York Regional, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Tacoma

Local unions AWIU #110; FWIU #420; FFWIU #640; GCWIU #310

Additional important correspondents in part 2 of the collection: Guy Askew; Fred Barsotti; Jon Bekken; Jim Bumpas; Frank Cedervall; Carlos Cortez; Clarence Darrow; Elizabeth Gurley Flynn; Michael J. Hargis; Patrick Murfin; Jarama Jahn; Carl Keller; Dorice McDaniels; Walter Mondale; Henry Pfaff; Vincent St. John; Pete Seeger; Shelby Shapiro; Kathleen L. Taylor; Studs Terkel; Fred Thompson; W. H. Westman
Part III: The IWW records, Part 3 include mainly correspondence, reports, and photographs that document the union’s activities and goals primarily during the time they were headquartered in Ypsilanti. Since the organization is global, some reports come from places as far as Sweden and Germany. Of particular note are copies of Junior Wobblies cards dating from the 1930s.

Important Subjects: Labor unions--Organizing; Boycotts; Picketing; General strikes

Important Names: Industrial Workers of the World; Chase, Fred; Semel, Rochelle; Rush, Robert A.; Pixler, Penny

Dates

  • 1903 - 1996

Creator

Language of Materials

Material entirely in English.

Access

Collection is open for research.

Use

Boxes 156-180 (Part 1, Series X) MUST stay at the reference desk. Researchers can only see ONE folder at a time.
Refer to the Walter P. Reuther Library Rules for Use of Archival Materials. Restrictions: Researchers may encounter records of a sensitive nature – personnel files, case records and those involving investigations, legal and other private matters. Privacy laws and restrictions imposed by the Library prohibit the use of names and other personal information which might identify an individual, except with written permission from the Director and/or the donor.

History

Part I: Over the turn of the century, the cause of labor and unionism had sustained some hard blows. High immigration, insecurity of employment and frequent economic recessions added to the problems of any believer in unionism. In January, 1905 a group of people from different areas of the country came to Chicago for a conference. Their interest was the cause of labor (viewed through a variety of political glasses) and their hope was somehow to get together, to start a successful drive for industrial unionism rather than craft unionism.

A manifesto was formulated and a convention called for June, 1905 for discussion and action on industrial unionism and better working class solidarity. At that convention, the Industrial Workers of the World was organized. The more politically minded members dropped out after a few years, as the IWW in general wished to take no political line at all, but instead to work through industrial union organization against the capitalist system. The main beliefs of this group are epitomized in the preamble to the IWW constitution, which emphasizes that the workers and their employers have "nothing in common." They were not anarchists, but rather believed in a minimal industrial government over an industrially organized society.

The first dozen years of the IWW saw the organization grow among laborers who were the least shielded from the economic oppression of the times: miners, lumberworkers, migratory farmworkers, dockworkers, railroad gangs, textile weavers and many others. These were people to whom the IWW preamble had special appeal. Strikes at McKees Rocks, Lawrence, Paterson and elsewhere, the Wheatland Hop Riot, the Bisbee Deportation and the Centralia and Everett Massacres were all events which provided the "Wobblies" with national causes and heroes. Free speech fights, the 8 hour day struggle and a few winning strikes brought them some success.

Colorful leaders emerged, who attracted public interest: Big Bill Haywood, the crowd pleaser; the quiet Vincent St. John ("the Saint" to his friends); the skilled orators, J. T. "Red" Doran, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Joseph Ettor, James P. Thompson; the poets, Ralph Chaplin, Arturo Giovannitti; the songmakers, especially Joe Hill; and of course, the martyrs whose killings evoked much sympathy and horror — Frank Little, Wesley Everest, and the other victims of hundreds of violent incidents.

Later leaders of the IWW — speakers, poets, great organizers — were also talented and colorful. Although they worked as hard, often at greater odds, their timing in history was not so conducive to the appearance of gay insouciance and dash; rather than impressing the public as the social crusaders that they were, they seemed either annoying or dangerous.

In 1917, the strong tide of patriotism as this country joined World War I, worked against the success of union groups daring to suggest strikes or share the new profits. Especially was the IWW, with its large foreign enrollment and "anarchist" literature, subjected to fierce scrutiny and criticism. Laws on criminal syndicalism were passed and the government seized papers and records from all IWW headquarters. Most of these records were destroyed, which explains the scarcity of IWW historical papers. Those who were not already imprisoned, operated under a continual threat of charges of criminal syndicalism. Not only had leaders been jailed and records destroyed, but office equipment and funds of cash were seized and never returned.

The diminished membership hung on through the twenties, when a hopeful increase in organization was quashed by the Depression. Another period of some hope and increased membership in the forties was countered in the early fifties by an attorney general "subversive" listing and the Taft Hartley Act.

Still, a corps of believers has carried on, with membership varying from year to year. Some of their ideas, once so radical, such as the 8 hour day, are now accepted. Even the 6 hour day is discussed. Free Speech Fights have been repeated. The Congress of Industrial Organizations has had some success with horizontal unionism. Their scorn of contracts and job security was one reason the IWW strength diminished, yet today some people see vision in those fears: pensions, insurance, installment obligations and guaranteed securities, however desirable, may indeed hobble a labor militant in his effort to move for more working class power.

Besides creating a colorful chapter in labor history, and laying a strong foundation for belief in industrial unionism, the IWW remains an example of a group which has stood up for its principles against nearly impossible odds.
Part III: The Industrial Workers of the World was founded in 1905 and is a member-run union for all workers. The IWW organizes all workers producing the same goods or services into one union instead of pooling them by skill or trade. Since their founding, the IWW has made significant contributions to labor struggles around the world. The union is proud of its long-standing tradition of fierce defense of the first amendment and breaking down barriers of race, ethnicity, and gender. Since it's founding in Chicago, the IWW has moved its headquarters around the country. Ypsilanti, MI served as its third general headquarters between 1995-1999. During that time the union launched a campaign against Borders Books in Philadelphia that included picketing other Borders across the country.

Extent

102 Linear Feet ((182 MB, 11 SB), 1 OS)

Abstract

The Industrial Workers of the World was founded in 1905 and is a member-run union for all workers. The IWW organizes all workers producing the same goods or services into one union instead of pooling them by skill or trade. Numbered among its members (known popularly as Wobblies) are lumberjacks, miners, farmhands (especially migrant workers), sailors, and workers in textile mills. Since their founding, the IWW has made significant contributions to labor struggles around the world. The union is proud of its long-standing tradition of fierce defense of the first amendment and breaking down barriers of race, ethnicity, and gender. Since it's founding in Chicago, the IWW has moved its headquarters around the country.

Part 1 includes minutes and proceedings, trial records and evidence, newspapers, pamphlets, poems, cartoons, songs, and correspondence. Subjects of interest include the Centralia Conspiracy; criminal syndicalism; the Everett Massacre; Free Speech fights; organization of farm workers; labor conditions; the controversy between craft and industrial unionism; government raids and seizures; trials of various members; foreign IWW administrations; political prisoners; GEB 1960's-1970's; conventions 1970's; Junior Wobblies; Houston Branch; and information on such figures as Vincent St. John. Correspondents include T.J. Bogard, Arthur Boose, Richard Brazier, Frank Cederval, A.S. Embree, William D. Haywood, Claude Irwin, Joyce Kornbluh, John A. Law, George Lucas, Albert Prashner, Rudolf Rocker, Vincent St. John, Nicolaas Steelink, Fred W. Thompson, William Unger, Walt Westman, and Claire Whitaker.

Part 2 of the Industrial Workers of the World Collection contains General Executive Board correspondence from the 1960s and 1970s and minutes, newsletters and correspondence from several branch locations and foreign administrations covering the same time period. Also included are Constitutional General Convention minutes from the 1970s, membership dues booklets, songs, cartoons, poetry, articles, legal case files, and a large assortment of English and foreign-language pamphlets and leaflets. Of particular interest are the reports of undercover private detectives posing as IWW members who investigated IWW organizing among Arizona miners in 1923.

Part 3 include mainly correspondence, reports, and photographs that document the union’s activities and goals primarily during the time they were headquartered in Ypsilanti. Since the organization is global, some reports come from places as far as Sweden and Germany. Of particular note are copies of Junior Wobblies cards dating from the 1930s.

Arrangement

Part I: Arranged in 10 series – Series 1 (Boxes 1-6), Series 2 (Boxes 7-15), Series 3 (Boxes 16-96), Series 4 (Boxes 97-98), Series 5 (Boxes 99-136), Series 6 (Boxes 137-138), Series 7 (Boxes 139-144), Series 8 (Boxes 145-148), Series 9 (Boxes 149-155) and Series 10 (Boxes 156-180), and oversize material in Box 181. Folders are arranged alphabetically chronologically, or in original order, depending on the series.

Series 3 is further divided into five subseries. Series 5 is further divided into five subseries, with subseries B further divided into five trials.
Part II: Folders are listed by their location within each box. They are not necessarily arranged, so any given subject may be dispersed throughout the entire collection.
Part III: Folders are listed by their location within each box. They are not necessarily arranged, so any given subject may be dispersed throughout the entire collection.

Acquisition

Part I: The papers of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) were placed in the Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs in February of 1965, by the Industrial Workers of the World. Other deposits have been made subsequently.
Part III: The records of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) were originally placed in the Reuther Library in February of 1965, by the Industrial Workers of the World. This subsequent deposit was made by the Ypsilanti headquarters office.

Related Materials

Part I: Alfred and Rose Anderson Papers; John Beffel Papers; George and Grace Brewer Papers; Joe Brown Papers; John and Phyllis Collier Papers; Sam Dolgoff Papers; E.F. Doree Papers; Hagbard "Herb" Edwards Papers; Elizabeth Gurley Flynn Papers; Matthew and Elizabeth Serviss Fox Papers; Jean Gould Papers; Covington Hall Papers; Nicholas Hyshka Papers; IWW - Detroit-Ann Arbor Branch Records; IWW Minneapolis Branch Records; IWW - San Francisco Bay Area Branch Records; E.W. Latchem Papers; Ben Legere Papers; George Lutzai Papers; Tom Mooney Papers; John Oneka Papers; John Panzner Papers; Peoples Song Library Records; Matilda Robbins Papers; Nicolaas Steelink Papers; Nemmy Sparks Papers; William E. Trautmann Papers; Western Federation of Miners: Calumet Hecla Strike Records; Workers Defense League Records
Part III: IWW Detroit/Ann Arbor Branch Records, IWW Minneapolis Branch Records, and IWW San Francisco Bay Area Branch Records.

Transfers

Part I: Around 1,000 photographs and printed reproductions are in the IWW photograph collection. They were arranged alphabetically by person, topic and event, and a cross index is available. Included are photos concerning the Centralia Conspiracy; Colorado Coal Strike and Mine Wars, 1927 1928; Wheatland; the Lawrence Strike, 1913; the Everett Massacre; Harlan, Kentucky mine wars; Junior Wobblies; deportations; and the lumber, textile, mine and steel industries. There are photos of Eugene Debs, William D. Haywood, Joe Hill, Frank Little, Wesley Everest, Tom Mooney, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn and many others.
Part II: A club, a cigar-box ballot box, audio tapes, bumper stickers, pins, photos, posters, office stamps, a printing block for the 6-hour day, and sheets of unused dues stamps have been placed in the Archives Audiovisual Collection. A microfilm copy of Maricopa County Court records relating to IWW activities and some books, serials, constitutions and volumes of the General Organization Bulletin have been transferred to the Archives Library.

Index

  • Aakula, Gust, 137:3 Aberdeen, Washington
  • Aberdeen, Washington; raids, 99:1; Women's Union, 36:1
  • Abramowitz, Abraham, 132:3
  • Ackerman, William; estate 20:1-2
  • Adams, William, 129:10-11
  • African workers, 26:6
  • Agricultural workers, 117:5
  • AWIU #110, 44, 45; 59:20-32; 111:5
  • AWO, 31:31; 44:1; 111:1
  • AHJO, 138:2, 3
  • Alaska, working conditions, 114:1
  • Aliens, 120:5; arrests, 113:2
  • Allinger, Harold, 140:8
  • Alorier, 144:7
  • American Brass strike (1936), 62:29
  • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 16:5-8; 129:12-25
  • By the People, 157
  • A Statement from the Executive Committee, 173
  • American Federation of Labor (AFL), 7:1; 48:23; 55:14-17; 115:1
  • The American Fund for Public Service, 16:9-13; 131:10
  • American Railroad Union (ARU) strike (1894), 112:4
  • American Stove Company, 62:41; 63:4; 64:26-37; 66:2-7; 67:14-15
  • Anarchists, 22:13-24
  • Anderson, C., 32:18
  • Anderson, C.L., 102:1, 5
  • Anderson, C.W., 99:10; 126:1-9; 128:17-18; 131:2
  • Anderson, Edward E., 17:33
  • Anderson, Elmer, 33:2; 34:1-2; 89:17-25; 125:8; 131:2
  • Anderson, Evert, 92:8; 98:4
  • Anderson, G.W., 50:28-29; 96:1-5
  • Anderson, O.B., 107:1; 113:5; 114:1
  • Andreytchine, George, 113:4
  • Anti-Asiatic agitation, 7:1
  • Anti-IWW; Behind the Veil, 157
  • Anti-war feeling, 118:5
  • Anti-war poetry, 109:2 (see also Pacifism)
  • Apple pickers, 107:2
  • Arizona, C.S., 127:1-2; indictment, 128:4
  • Armed guards, 90:24-31
  • Armstrong, G.I., 97:1-15
  • Arrests; Booklet of Instructions, 157
  • Art, 142-144
  • Articles on IWW, 150
  • Ashleigh, Charles, 103:4; 108:6; 109:1
  • Askew, Guy, 32:24
  • Astoria, Oregon, 108:2
  • Atom test ban
  • Abajo Franco! A Bas DeGaulle!, 156
  • Attitudes of IWW, 103:2
  • Auerbach, Walter, 18:7
  • Australia, 181:7
  • Australian Administration of IWW, 97:1-15
  • Australian songs, 139:16
  • Auto strike (early, n.d.), 117:7
  • Avila, John, 111:1; 128:11-12
  • Azuara, A.V., 114:1
  • Baby Buggy Co. organizing, 62:39
  • Baird, Charles, 98:14-23
  • Baker, Howard, 5:16; 18-21; 92:9; 102:2-3, 9
  • Baker, Olive E., 103:7
  • Baldazzi speeches, 104:5
  • Ball, B.V., 140:9
  • Baltimore Branch (MTW), 73, 74
  • Barnes, G., 33:2
  • Barnes, George, 58:11
  • Barnett, Eugene, 124:1
  • Bartel, Arthur, 22:16
  • Bartha, Louis, 32:17
  • Baskett, John R., 116:3
  • Baskette, G., 102:25
  • Basnett, Bert, 112:6
  • Bastille picture, 103:4
  • "Battle Hymn of Toil" (song), 139:10
  • Baum, Leon, 104:9
  • Bedard, Joseph, 128:1
  • Beffel, John, 102:6-13
  • Bendle, Walter, 34:3-6; 74:14-16; 78:33, 36+; 79:9-11; 81:1-20
  • Benewah, Benny, 140:10
  • Bennett, Charles, 99:15
  • Bennett, Clifton, 132:8
  • Benson, Nina, 132:9
  • Berg, Arthur, 127:10
  • Berkeley, Calif. Branch, 83
  • Berkman, A., 155:2
  • Bermunkas, 87:1-6
  • Beyer, J.H., 99:15; 117:6
  • Bibliographic material, 153
  • Bielik, Steve, 16:28
  • Bisbee Deportation, 26:32-48; 11:2, 3; 16:27; 113:3; 115:1; 117:7; 145:25
  • Bishop, Calif. Branch, 52-54; 82:20-24
  • Bishop Drive, 39:41; 47:27-32 Black workers, 146:14-15
  • Black workers, 146:14-15; conditions, 116:5; 117:1 (see also Negroes)
  • Blacklisting, 111:1
  • Bland, Bert, 124:1; 140:1
  • Bland, O.C., 124:1
  • Bliven, Bruce, 102:13
  • Block, Samuel, 132:3
  • "Bloody Sunday," 150:1
  • Bobba, R.J., 105:4; 116:1
  • Bogard, Thomas J., 90:12-19; 140:11; 145:26
  • Bogden, W., 32:18
  • Bohlem cartoons, 143:45-46
  • Boilermakers, 16:29
  • (Boilermakers Local) #104 Reporter, 155:3
  • Bonners Ferry case, 130:1
  • Boose, Arthur, 89:1-16
  • Borah, W.E., 135:14
  • Boris, Alex, 63:8-12, 20-34
  • Bosko, John M., 67:22
  • Botting, D.C., 150:1
  • Boulder Dam Strike, 1931, 56:38
  • Bourg, G.J., 113:3
  • Bowen, Stirling: Appeal to the Nation's Courage, 156
  • Bozeman, Montana, 128:4
  • Brazier, Richard, 23:7; 31:27; 113:2-3; 140:12-17; 146:12-13; 15:8
  • Breen, Harry T., 126:12-14
  • Bridgeport drive, 62:24
  • Bridges, Harry, 16:30; 136:8-11
  • "Briggs Strike, A Brief History of the," 145:2
  • Brissenden, Paul, 149:1, 2
  • British Administration, 98:1-24
  • British Columbia, 7:1
  • Brocker, A., 43:9-10
  • Brown, Michael, 133:28
  • Brown, Roy A., 111:5
  • Brunck, Allen, 74:21, 22
  • Brundige, W.E., 97:16-32
  • Bubba, Tony, 18:28
  • Buckley, Dan, 99:8; 116:1
  • Buffalo, N.Y. Branch, 32:1; 74; 88; 62:9-11
  • Building Construction Workers IU #330, 57
  • Building Stamp, 32:4
  • Bulgaria, 113:4
  • Bulletin of the Relief Fund, 155:2
  • Burbank, L., 6:5; 58:12-17; 59:10+
  • Burcar, Louis, 140:18
  • Burchall, J., 97:16-32
  • Burdall, Joe, 105:2, 3
  • Burleson, W.F., 127:2
  • Burns, William, 125:10, 11
  • Bus Worker, 82:18
  • Butte, Montana, 108:1; Be it Resolved, 157; "Butte," 150:2; Meeting, 99:2; Mines, 26:10; 99:2; 104:12; 110:4; 112:1-3; 145:15; Butte Daily Bulletin - see Archives Library
  • Byrd, John 76:5-17
  • CMWIU #220 Attention Coal Miners, 156
  • "Ca-canny," 110:3
  • Calendar, IWW, 142:9; 181:1
  • Calendar of Events, 153:6
  • Cales, Robert, 132:8
  • California C.S. Trials, 125; General Defense, 17:1
  • California Defense Bulletin - see Archives Library
  • Cameron, D.C., 140:19
  • Canada - OBU, 181:11
  • Canadian Administration, 97:16-34; organization, 24:17-19
  • Capitalism and war, 115:1
  • Capparelli, F.S., 104:9
  • card system, 115:4
  • Carlstrom, J.G., 18:2
  • Cartels, 145:3
  • Carter, H.W., 127:8-9
  • Cartoons, 142-144; 181:3, 4
  • Casdorf, J.H., 125:6; 181:3, 4
  • Cedervall, F., 33:1
  • Cedervall, T., 32:22; 62:41
  • Centralia, 124; 148:29
  • American Legion and the C. Case, 156
  • Centralia Case, 158
  • Centralia Case, A Chronological Digest, 158
  • Centralia Case, by an American..., 158
  • Centralia Case, speeches..., 158
  • Centralia Conspiracy, 158
  • "Centralia Horror" (song), 139:9
  • Centralia Tragedien, 179
  • Eight Men Buried..., 160
  • Elmer Smith Pleads, 160
  • Fair Trial, 161
  • My Findings, 168
  • Washington's Judicial..., 177
  • Washington's Legal..., 177
  • Chandler, O.R., 47:27-32; 48:9-14, 15; 54:3-11
  • Chaplin, Ralph, 17:2; 26:32-48; 32:22, 25; 92:2-8; 102:4; 111:6; 112:4, 7; 113:5; 139:13, 22; 140:20-23; 148:23
  • Charter applications, 17:3-26
  • Charts, 17:27-31; 181:2
  • Charwomen protest card, 62:19
  • Chavez, Clemente, 129:5-9
  • Clarke-Wilkins, V. 97:1-4
  • Cheesebrew, John, 43:9-10; 55:3-9
  • Chicago Branch, 6:4, 6-7; 41:4; 42:1-2; 84; 99:3 ; indictments, 128:4
  • Chile, 17:32; 55:14-17
  • Chinese workers; Appeal from the Oppressed Workers, 156
  • Christenson, Otto, 125:1; 131:2; 135:17-23
  • Cigar makers, 7:1
  • Claibourn, Jack, 54:14+
  • Clancy, John 126:15-16
  • Clark, H.G., 18:3
  • Clark, Harry, 23:4
  • Clark, Henry, 55:23-25
  • Clark, J.A., 32:22
  • Clark, Stanley, 105:4; 116:3
  • Cle Elum Conference, 56:30; strike, 56:41
  • Clear Creek Miners, 50:41
  • Cleveland Branch, 63-67; 26:32-48; 32:26; 33:3-4; 62:16-19, 26-30; loss, 67:29-31
  • Cleveland Wire Spring Co., 130:26
  • Clevenger, F.A., 130:1
  • Coal Miners, 7:1, 150:4
  • CMWIU #220, 51; Bulletins, 51:12-15, 17-20; By-laws, 51:33, 35; laws, 117:1; police, 104:5 ; strike (1927), Be It Resolved, 157; Coal Miners!, 158; Coal Miners Awaken!, 158; Coal Mines and Coal Miners, 158
  • Coeur d'Alene strike, 117:1
  • Coffee and Ideas vs. Michael Brown, et al., 90:32-33
  • Coleman, A., 32:2
  • Coleman-Petterson, 67:16
  • Coleman-Radivoeff Affair, 17:33
  • Collision, L.E., 140:24
  • Colorado Claims Cases, 131:13
  • Colorado mine strikes, 26:11; 36:3; 39:6; 51:16; 96:9-16; 117:1; 129:3, 10-11; 152:21-22 ; mine wars (192) 181:8
  • Contract problems, 33:1, 3
  • Columbine cases, 129:3
  • Communism; Appeal by the Central Executive Board, 156 Bulgaria—A New..., 157; First Congress of the RTUI, 161; From Left Socialism, 161; International Position, 164 ; IWW Reply, 165 ; Lost, Strayed, Stolen, 167
  • Communist Party, 17:34; 136:24
  • Commutation Controversy, 17:35-37; 31:16
  • Comoron, Dee 140:25
  • Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo, 17:38; 26:7-9
  • Connaway, Ed 58:18; 59:3
  • Connolly, James, 7:1; 150:3 ; Socialism Made Easy, 173
  • Connors, Tom, 32:4. 17-22; 129:12-25
  • Conscientious Objectors Strike, 26:27
  • Conscription Law Violation, 128:2-3 (see draft)
  • Conspiracy Laws, 146:14-15
  • Constitution, 17:39-41
  • Construction workers, 56-59; 116:1; CWIU #310-330, 57:19-23; 92:9 ; Bulletins, 57:19, 23
  • Continental Congress of Marine Workers, 70:19
  • Contract problems, 33:1, 3; 62:41
  • Cook, E.D., 33:1; 43:6-8
  • Coppens, Marie, 104:4
  • "The Copper," 145:4
  • Copper mine strikes, 118:1
  • Corder, Raymond, 18:11-12
  • Coria, Pedro, 17:42-43
  • "The Corridor," 145:5
  • Cortez, Carlos, 19:1-4
  • Costello, E.J. ; The Shame That Is Kentucky's, 172
  • Courts and the IWW, 55:1-2
  • Covington, Chet 58:19-21
  • Cowl, Margaret ; The Soviet Union, 173
  • Craft Unions ; Address to Wage Workers, 156 ; Craft Union Experiences on the Railroads, 158 ; Craft Unionism, 158
  • Craig, W.H., 32:18
  • Credentials, 19:5
  • Criminal Syndicalism, 19:6 ; cases, 125-127; scrapbook, 151:4 ; "Criminal Syndicalist Law in California, 145:6" See also by states, and see pamphlets including: After Liberalism Had Failed, 156 ; Age Long Struggle, 156 ; Bill to Repeal, 157 ; California the Beautiful, 158 ; Californians Be On Guard, 158 ; Criminal Syndicalism Law, 158 ; Do You Believe, 159 ; Great Conspiracy, 162; In California As in Ancient Rome, 164 ; Open the Iron Gates, 169
  • Crosby (Minn.) Branch, 55:26-29
  • Crowley, Dennis, 19:7; 145:3
  • Cuba, 19:8
  • Curtis Lighting Co., 62:39
  • Cutler, Edith, 19:9; 82:9
  • Dahl, C., 56:41
  • Dahl, C.A., 52:18-23
  • Dahl, Markus, 39:33; 43:3-5; 96:6-8
  • Daniels, J.R., 50:106; 54:23-28; 55:18-19; 58:22-28
  • Darrow, Clarence, 7:1
  • Davis, C.W., 113:3, 4
  • Davis, J.D., 124:1
  • Davis, Joseph, 112:6
  • Debs, Eugene, 146:17-19 ; anti-war pilgrimage, 25:10-18 ; Eugene Victor Debs, 160 ; From Capitalism..., 161
  • Defense, 99-136 ; defense committees, 117:2
  • Degan, Emile, 77:3-5
  • Degeyter, Pierre, 139:11
  • DeLeon, Daniel, 146:17-19 ; faction, 117:3; 7:1; Deleonism, 146:14-15 ; Preamble, 170 ; Reform or Resolution, 171; Social Reconstruction..., 173
  • Denham, R.N., speech, 26:28
  • Dispatcher, 136:8-11
  • Dennis, Eugene, 130:29
  • Denver raids, 99:4
  • Deportations, 19:16; 128:8-16
  • Detroit, 68; 7:1; 43:14; 62:12-14 ; IU #440, 62:32, 35 ; raids, 99:5
  • Devine, James T., 136:15
  • De Witt, J., 32:24
  • Di Ciuccio, N., 103:2
  • Dietz, D.S., 17:3-26
  • Dilgar, Robert, 126:17
  • Dingman, William, 127:3-5
  • Dinkin, Miriam 132:4
  • direct action, 115:4
  • dockworkers, 112:5; 114:5; 117:7
  • Doehrer, Chuck 19:17-25
  • Dog Wedding, 116:5
  • Donald, T.A., 130:10-11
  • donation lists, 92:10-22
  • Donnelly, Barney 73:31; 75:1+
  • Dooley, John F., 111:4
  • Doolittle, R., 43:6-10
  • Doran, J.T., 110:1 ; Evidence and Cross-Examination, 160
  • Doree, E.F., 79:20; 99:12; 110:4; 150:10, 11
  • Doyle, Tom 22:23; 24:15-16; 135:8 ; Communists Back Doyle, 158 ; Don't Be Stampeded, 159
  • Draft, 106:5; 107:1, 6; 111:2; 113:2; 115:1; 116:1; 117:2
  • Draper Job Branch (Cleveland), 66:2-7
  • Driscoll, Robert, 18:22; 52:7; 66:24-25; 86:2-13
  • "Dublin Dan," 140:1
  • Duluth Branch, 85:1-11
  • Durst ranch, 109:1
  • DuVernay, I.J., 7:17-18; 140:26
  • Dyches, Miriam 83:1-19
  • Earl, Homer 57:35
  • Eastenes case, 129:2, 4
  • Ebert, Justus: Is the IWW Anti-Political 164 ; IRSU Teoriji, 179 ; IWW in Theory, 165 ; Trades Unionism, 175 ; Trial of a New Society, 175 ; Edenstrom, John, 111:1
  • Economic views, 117:6
  • Edenstrom, John, 111:1
  • Educational Workers Industrial Union #620, 82:19
  • Edwards, Forrest, 99:9; 111:4, 5; 112:1, 2
  • Edwards, H.M., 32:3, 24
  • Eggel, Joseph, 111:2
  • Eight-hour day, 7:1; 146:14-15
  • Ellington, Patricia, 83:1-19; 136:18+
  • Ellington, Richard, 83:1-19; 88:7-2; 136:18-19
  • Elliott, James 115:2, 4
  • Ellis, Forest, 54:2
  • Ellis, Leo, 125:3
  • Embree, A.S. 17:3-26; 51:16; 96:9-16
  • Emergency Program, 19:31-51; 32:4; 56:18-23, 88:7-12
  • Employment agency boycott, 88:7-12
  • English Branch #3, 87:7-10; 88:1-12
  • Equalitarian Club, 33:9-10
  • Equity Printing, 130:2-6
  • Erwin, Claude, 5:16; 43:6-8; 57:41; 59:3, 6, 20-32; 60:1-13, 19-33; 61; 32:17, 23; 34:3-6; 43:6-8; 135:1 ; California Oil World, 158
  • Espionage Act (1917), 125:8
  • Estates, 20:1-19
  • Ettor, Joseph, 7; 20:3-9; 59:20-32; 60:19-33; 150:4 ; Address...to Jury, 156
  • European labor groups, 24:22-24
  • Everett Massacre, 26:32-48; 99:6; 109:2;113:2
  • Ex-members, 47:37; 48:9-14
  • Factions, 117:5
  • Falconer, G., 150:5
  • Fall River, Mass., 116:5; 120:11
  • Fallon, D.T., 130:30
  • Farley, A.J., 18:21; 32:23; 57:37; 58:29-34; 59:19; 66:8-19; 82:7; 91:15-25; 92:2+, 10-22; 93:10-19
  • "Farm Labor Problem," 150:6
  • Farm workers, 105:7; 106:1; 112:2; 115:1; 146:17-19 (see agricultural) and: Attention, Apple-Knockrs, 156 ; A Call to Action, 158; Dare to be Different, 159; Fruit Workers, 161 ; Hang On to Your Life Belts, 163; Harvest Workers, 163; He Was Not a Ten Hour Man, 163 ; Hi-Jacks, 163 ; History of 400, 163 ; To You Who Dare, 174
  • "Farms and Farm Hands," 145:7
  • Faulkner, Bert, 124:1
  • Federal Aircraft Co., 64:5
  • Federal Writers Project, 149:5
  • Feinberg Act of N.Y., 136:1-3
  • Fenton, John 57:11
  • Fink and Gunmen List, 20:20
  • Finlanders, 107:1
  • Finnish lists, 20:21-23
  • Finnish workers, 114:2, 3
  • Fiorite, Frank, 130:2
  • Firey, Earl, 125:6
  • Fisher, Joe, 7:9
  • Fislerman, A., 128:2-3
  • Flag episodes, 104:12; 105:5; 106:1; 108:6; 111:6; 112:7
  • Flanagan, William, 125:4
  • Fletcher, Ben, 20:24
  • Flynn, E.G., 113:4; 121:52; 150:22 ; Sabotage, 172
  • Fodor, John, 102:10-13
  • Folk music, 101:19-20
  • Foodstuff Workers Industrial Union #460, 69
  • Forbes, Sam 22:29-33
  • Ford, Richard, defense, 134
  • Ford-Suhr case, 109:2; 116:2 (see Wheatland)
  • Foreign administrations, 97-98
  • Foreign-born laborers, 146:17-19
  • Fors, Gustave, 20:26
  • Forss, Harry, 32:22
  • Foss, John M., 110:4
  • Foss, Samuel, 140:1
  • Foster, William Z., 146:17-19 ; Syndicalism, 173 ; William Z. Foster, 177
  • Fox, A.L., 103:2
  • Foy, James, 150:14
  • Frast, J.C., 56:41
  • Free Speech fights, 109:2; 113:2; 146:12-15
  • Free Student, 155:5
  • French, Wencil, 128:17-18
  • Frenchie, John, 5:16
  • Frenette, Edith, 109:2
  • Friedkin, Meyer, 111:2
  • Friedland, Bill, 139:6
  • Friends of Joe Hill, 101, 102:14-15
  • Fry, E.C., 149:4
  • Fugelvik, Fred, 56:41
  • Furriers Joint Board, 20:27
  • Gahan, John, 32:17
  • Gallagher, F.J., 128:17-18
  • Gallagher, Mary, 23:6
  • Galveston Branch (MTW), 74:23-27
  • Gandy dancers, 36:4
  • Gaveel, Jack, 20:28
  • General Construction Workers, 56 ; GCWIU #310, 18:22 ; Bulletins, 56:1-15
  • General Defense Committee, 131-134
  • General Executive Board, 7-15 ; credentials, 24:10-11 ; summary, 34:3-6
  • General Maritime Strike (1946), 72:1
  • General Office Bulletins, 28-38
  • General Organization Bulletin (English), 98:25-27
  • General Organizing Committees, 43
  • General Recruiting Union, 39-42 ; GRU #2, 41:1 ; GRU #3, 41:2; 42:3; 88:1-12 ; GRU Bulletin, 40:10-14
  • General Strike: Bulletin No. 2 - Marine Workers 157 ; Tulle-tin No. 5 - Appeal to the Seamen 157 ; British General Strike 157
  • Gereb, Joseph 133:4
  • Germer, Adolph 146:17-19
  • Gilbert, H., 5:16; 98:2-13
  • Gilpin County Miners, 50:41
  • Giovannitti, Arturo, 116:2 ; Address of The Defendant, 156 ; Ettor and G. Before the Jury, 160
  • Glasgow, 98:14-23
  • Glazer, Joe, 139:6
  • Globe, Arizona, indictments, 128:4
  • Golden, B.B., 129:12-25
  • Goldfield, 7:1; 26:32-48
  • Gompers, Samuel, 146:17-19
  • Gordon, Oscar, 128:17-18
  • Gorman, Charles, 78:14-17, 21; 79:14-15
  • Graber, Joseph, 113:2
  • Gracey, Louis, 5:16; 32:23; 34:1-2; 50:13-19; 52:7+; 53:10-15
  • Grad, Frank, 49:1-7; 50:13-19
  • Grady, John, 18:3
  • Graham, Alan, 21:1-5
  • Graham, John, 52:2-6
  • Granatier, Joe 74:21
  • Grand jury indictment, California, 125:7
  • Grand Trunk and CNR Strike, 24:17-19
  • Grant, Alfred, 21:6-9
  • Grayson, James, 43:6-8; 75:9
  • Great Lakes Seamen, 71:13, 24-26
  • Green, John T., 103:3
  • Green, P.R., 99:15
  • Green, Peter R., 113:5
  • Gregg, L.A., 47:23
  • Griffin, Charles R., 110:1
  • Grigsby, George 58:3
  • Grundstrom, Albert, 20:5; 59:3-6; 85:14-27; 86:2-13, 25-34
  • Gunderman, Walter, 74:1; 76:18+; 79:18
  • Gypsum mines (Butte), 51:31
  • Haan, Audrey, 102:3, 4, 5
  • Haas, Walter, 133:17-27
  • Hagerty, Thomas, 148:22
  • Haight, Harrison, 106:1
  • Hall, Covington, 20:10-11; 21:10-11; 139:10; 140:1, 27-30
  • Hamilton, Edward, 110:4
  • Hamilton, Frank, 103:1
  • Hamilton, William, 132:9
  • Hansen, Fred, 75:1+, 9+, 17
  • Hanson, Ivan L., 133:1
  • Hanson, Ole, 124:1
  • Hardy, George, 113:2, 5
  • Harbor workers, 7:1
  • Harker, Joseph 140:31
  • Harvest workers, 111:5; 121:2-17 ; conference (1915), 44:1
  • Hasselbeck, Geo., 90:6-11
  • Hatch, Robert, 102:3
  • Haver, Frank L., 132:4 Hawkes, Ken, 98:2-13
  • Hayhurst, Senator 127:1
  • Hake-Miller, F., 140:32
  • Hawkes, Ken, 98:2-13
  • Haldeman-Julius, M.: Amazing Frame-up of Mooney and Billings, 156 ; Lindberg-Hauptmann Kidnap, 167
  • Harlan (Ky.) Mine Strikes, 26:12; 129:12-25
  • Harlan (Ky.) miners: Appeal From a Kentucky Prison Cell, 156 ; Bloody Harlan, 157
  • Harriman line, 110:3
  • Harrison, W., 49:8-10
  • Harvest agreement, 111:5
  • Haymarket Riot: A Bomb - Who Threw It?, 157 ; Twenty-fifth Anniversary, 175
  • Haywood, William D., 7:23; 18:2; 21:19-24; 23:5; 99:12, 14 101-123; 111:3; 116:5; 117:1-3, 5-6; 120:12-31; 131:2; 146:17-19 ; Break the Conspiracy, 157 ; Evidence and Cross-Ex., 160 ; General Strike, 162 ; Intro to Evolution of America, 160 ; Speech on Case of Ettor and..., 173 ; Testimony Before IRC, 174 ; We Never Forget, 177 ; With Drops of Blood, 177
  • Heim, Moritz, 120:5
  • "Helen Keller Proclaims Herself an IWW," 150:9
  • Henderson, R.W., 23:6; 52:24-26; 125:6
  • Henkelman, W., 34:3-6; 143:38-42
  • Hennessy, Mike, 126:20
  • Henry, William, 47:33-36, 39
  • Herve , G.: Patriotism and the Worker, 170
  • Heslewood, Fred, 7:1 ; Report of the IWW, 171
  • Hicks, Edward, 54:12-13
  • Hill, Bill, 18:9
  • Hill, Eli, 48:6-8; 49:11-13, 15-24; 137:29
  • Hill, Joe, 24:17-19; 98:28-46; 111:6; 100-102; 139:15; 146:14-15; 150:12; 181:6 ; Appellant's Brief-see mf. list ; purported letter, 102:25 ; songs-see also tape list
  • Hip Products strike, 21:21-25
  • Hill, Peter, 57:7+
  • Hill, Thomas, 97:16-32
  • Hoke-Miller, Floyd, 140:32
  • Holbrook, Stewart, 102:2; 150:21.
  • Holt, John, 56:41
  • Home (Lakebay P.O.), Wash., 154:1
  • Honduras, 21:26
  • Hook, Michael 76:18-25
  • Hopkins, H.C., 5:16
  • Hornitton, William, 132:9
  • Hotel and Restaurant Workers, 7:1 ; HRTWIU #640, 69; 82:20-24
  • hours of work, 107:3; 108:2; 109:1; 114:6; 116:5; 117:1
  • Houston Branch (MTW), 75; 76; 77
  • "How to Organize," 121:77, 94
  • Hoyer, J.P., 21:27-29
  • Huddleston, George, 135:13
  • Huffaker, H., 39:40
  • Humphreys, W.A., 34:1-2; 50:25, 27; 94:24-28
  • Hungarian workers, 7:1 ; immigrants, 115:2 ; H. Branch #2, 87:1-6
  • Hutchinson, Joseph, 21:30-32; 98:2-13
  • Ice harvesting, 110:4
  • Idaho, 112:6; 130:1 ; C.S., 127:3-5 ; Drive, 49:15-24
  • ILWU, 155:6
  • Indahl, J.C., 22:1-2
  • India, 22:3
  • Indictments C.S., 128:4
  • "Industrial Unionism," 145:8
  • "Industrial Unions Triumphant," 32:3
  • Industrial Worker, 7:1; 25:19; 32:2; 37:2; 96:24-32 see also Archives Library
  • Industrialist, 22:10-11; 137:2
  • Infant mortality, 120:11
  • Ingar, David, 116:2
  • Inglis, Agnes, 23-14; 102:2-3, 6-9; 152:23-25; 153:24
  • International Labor Defense, 22:12; 131:24-29
  • International Woodworkers of America, CIO, 49:14
  • International Working Mens Association (IWMA), 22:13-24; 98:23-46; 145:12
  • Internationale (song), 139:11
  • "Una Interpretacion Economica," 145:9
  • Iowa C.S., 127:6
  • Ireland, 22:25
  • Iron Range, 26:32-48
  • Irons, Martin, 146:17-19
  • "Is Diligence a Crime?," 150:10
  • Italian Workers, 22:26 ; miners, 116:1 ; Socialist Federation, 7:1
  • Itching powder, 108:5
  • IWIU, 22:7
  • IWW and Social Change, 149:6
  • IWW - founding, 117:1
  • IWW Hall, N.Y., 22:8
  • IWW in California Agriculture, 149:5
  • IWW Information Bulletin (Can.), 97:33-34
  • IWW John, 91:15-25
  • "IWW Longshoremen," 150:11
  • IWW News, 36:1
  • "The IWW" - San Francisco, 145:10
  • IWW Seaman, 70:26-39
  • IWW Shop Bulletin, 62:36; 63:1
  • IWW Speeches, 105:5
  • "IWW Tells Its Own Story," 146:8-11
  • IWW Workers' Sing-along, 139:33
  • J and L Steel Barrel Co., 26:27; 66:26
  • Jaakola, Aino, 22:28
  • Jaakola, F., 107:1; 114:5; 120:7
  • Jaakola, John, 132:5
  • Jackson Brewing Co. strike, 146:17-19
  • Jackson, C., 107:1
  • Jackson, Melvin, 137:26
  • Jacobs, Charles, 116:1
  • Jail and Penitentiary Calendar, 131:2-4
  • Jail Bulletin, 123:5-12
  • "A Jailbird's Viewpoint," 31:28
  • Janitors, Secretaries, Painters, 166
  • Japan, 22:29-33
  • Jarvi, Frank, estate, 20:10
  • Jerger, 143:36-37; 181:4
  • Jerome, Arizona, 116:3
  • Jersey City, N.J., 7:1
  • Job delegates, 24:9
  • Job lists, 57:38
  • "The Joe Hill Case," 145:11
  • Johanson, Ragmar, 115:4, 5
  • Johnson, E.R., 13:28
  • Johnson, Frank, 49:11-13, 15-24
  • Johnson, Harold, 94:15-20
  • Johnson, I.W., 73:2+
  • Johnson, Tom, 48:2-5; 50:13-19
  • Johnston, Wm. 93:14-23
  • Joint Investigation Committee (LWIU #120), 46:17
  • Jokinen, W., 39:39
  • Jones and Laughlin Steel Co., 67:19-21
  • Jones, Mary "Mother," 112:7
  • Judge, Thomas, estate, 20:11-13; 93:10-19
  • Junior Wobblies, 22:34-38; 36:5, 6; 154:2, 4-5 ; See also Junior Recruit in Archives Library
  • Justh, Otto, 7:1
  • K - Cartoons, 143:47-50
  • Kane, H.F., 117:5
  • Kane, H.J., 105:4
  • Kanerva, Nels 18:9
  • Kansas City, 7:1
  • Kansas C.S. Trials, 126; 128:4
  • Karnstrom, H., 127:7
  • Katz, R., 7:1
  • Kearns, George, 130:26
  • Keller, Carl, 23:1-3; 32:4, 23; 131:4
  • Kelso, B. - hearing, 23:4
  • Kemerovo Branch, 23:5
  • Kenney, Jack, 32:17 57:15
  • Kentucky miners, 32:25; 39:28; 131, 23, 30
  • Kerr, J.M., 20:1, 2
  • Kerrigan, Joseph, 75:33+; 76:2+; 79:10
  • Kikke, Paul, 140:33
  • Kimball, A.D., 117:7
  • Kimmel, Stanley, 140:3, 34
  • King, Archie, 76:18-25; 77:1+
  • King, Earl, 132:4
  • Kirja, K., 137:27
  • Kitto, Byron, 23:6
  • Knights of Labor, 7:1; 146:14-15
  • Kniivila, W., 85:1-11; 137:2-5
  • Kohler, Alex, 32:23; 103:7
  • Kollar, Joseph, 5:16
  • Konga, Voino, 18:17
  • Kornbluh, Joyce, 23:7; 147
  • Kovach, Ernest, 133:4
  • Krebe (RILU), 25:26
  • Krogh, Peter, 78:21, 24-25, 27, 36
  • Krull, Francis, 103:5
  • Kunelius, Herbert, 23:8-13; 137:1
  • Kusbas Colony, 23:5
  • "La Belle Sansculotte," (song), 39:10
  • La Gosh, James, 18:24; 23:16; 73:5-8, 27-29; 74:4, 9-16
  • Labadie Collection, 23:14; 152:23-25
  • Labor Arts, 23:15
  • Labor conditions - 19th century, 146:14-15
  • Labor Newsletter (Cleveland), 64:38; 65:22
  • Lahti, Jenny, 39:41
  • Laikauf, A., 7:18
  • Lamb, John, 124:1
  • Lambert, Charles L., 116:2
  • Lampinen, Alfred 57:14
  • Lamson, W., 32:6
  • Landis, Judge K.M., 118:2
  • Langerock, Hubert, 20:18
  • LaRue, Charles, 125:13, 14
  • Latchem, E.W. 22:29-33; 23:18-27; 25:27, 28; 57:3; 145:28-30
  • Law, J.A., 120:24-31
  • Lawrence Strike, 116:2, 5; 128:1; 146:14-1 ; Address of the Defendant, 156 ; Trial of a New Society, 175
  • Leadville, Colo. indictments (1935), 128:4, 13, 14; 51:38
  • Lee, May, 140:35
  • Lens, Sidney, 150:20
  • Levine, Morris, 111:1; 128:9-10
  • Lewis, Austin, 20:18
  • Lewis, John L., 146:17-19 ; Industrial Democracy in Steel, 164
  • Libby, C.H., 99:15
  • Libertarian League, 23:28-29
  • Libertas, 154:3
  • Liberty Bonds, 105:5
  • Liebich, Rudolf, 139:12, 14, 22-24
  • Lind, John, 18:12; 130:8-9; 137:7
  • Lindholm, H.J., 32:7
  • Lindsay, Harry, 24:1
  • Lindsay, Thomas, 92:2-8
  • Lindsay, William, 56:41
  • Lindway, Mike, case, 62:20-25; 130:12-25; 152:20
  • Lipkin, Gus, 128:13-14
  • Literature List, 24:3; 153:1-4
  • Little, Frank,104:12; 112:2, 3; 115:4; 116:3; 117:3
  • Little Red Song Books, 139:1-5; 146:12-13
  • Llewellyn, 98:2-13
  • Local #8, N.Y., 134
  • Loeh, W.M., 130:7
  • Loftus, W.G., 132:1
  • Logan, Novaine, 82:20-24
  • Logging Camps : Documentary Report, 159 ; Enormous Contrast, 160
  • Longshoremen's strike (1923): After Liberalism Had Failed, 156
  • Longshoremen's strike No. 5: Appeal to the Seamen, 157 ; Bulletin No. 2 Marine Workers Lorain, Ohio, 62:27
  • Lorton, Bert, 113:3
  • Los Tres Defense, 24:4
  • Losovsky, A., 25:25-34
  • Lossieff, V., 111:3; 135:8
  • Lotchin, L., 34:3-6
  • Louis, Jose, estate, 20:14-17
  • Louisiana mill towns, 110:4
  • Louisville Times (Colo.), 131:8
  • Loyal Legion of Loggers and Lumbermen, 108:2; 110:3; 106:2; 112:2; 116:3; 117:5
  • Loyalty of IWW, 103:2
  • Luber, Chris A., 99:17
  • Lucas, George, 68:1+, 6-23
  • Lumberworkers, 145:27
  • LWIU #120, 46-50; 59:20-32
  • Bulletins, 46:1-9; 181
  • Emergency Program, 46:15-18
  • Idaho campaign, 48:16-22; 49:11-13
  • Lumber camps, 105:6; 107:107; 108:2-3, 109:1; 110:4; 111:4-5; 112:2-3, 6
  • Lumber mills, 92:23-31
  • Strikes, 107:1
  • Lundberg, Fred, 62:20+
  • Luoma, Taisto, 68:9+; 143:54-55
  • Lynchings, 111:1; 113:3; 117:5, 6
  • MacCosham, E.J., 115:2
  • Mackay, Alexander, 102:1
  • MacKinnon, Charles H., 99:18; 117:5-6
  • Madsen, Carl 49:11-13, 15-20
  • Maknovists, 27:3
  • Marat, Jean, 32:5
  • Margason, W.H., 99:1
  • Margolis, Jacob, 111:4
  • Mahler, Herbert, 24:5-8; 32:22; 39:34; 128:11-12; 131:24-29; 135:12; 136:26-30, 33-40
  • "The Man Who Never Died," 149:3
  • Manela, Roger, 149:6
  • Mangana, G., 57:14
  • Mangano, J., 32:23
  • Manhattan Branch, 78
  • Manifesto, Industrial Union, 181:2
  • Margason, W.H., 99:1
  • Margolis, Jacob, 111:4
  • Marine industry, 32:1
  • Marine Transport Workers, 116:3 : After Liberalism Had Failed, 156 ; East Coast and Gulf Seamen, 160 ; Exposed, 160; MTWIU #510, 70-81 ; Murphy Cook, 168 ; Philadelphia Controversy, 170 ; play, 25:10-18 ; 173Story of the Sea ; Strike! Strike!, 173 ; Warning to Seamen, 177 ; West Coast strike, 26:23
  • Marine Worker, 70:26-39
  • Marinsic, John, 33:1; 57:14
  • Maritime strikes (ISU), 1946, 26:13-22
  • Markham, Edwin, 140:3
  • Marlatt, N.G., 114:5; 145:13
  • Martin, A., 32:5
  • Martin, Frank, 129:12-25
  • Martin, John, 111:3; 113:4
  • Martinez, C., 129:5-9
  • Marxians, 31:7
  • "Mass IWW Trial of 1918," 150:8
  • Mats, 144:37
  • Mattila, Tobias, 55:26-29
  • Matysik, Theodore, 133:2
  • Maximoff, Olga (Urkevich), 27:3
  • May Day programs, 25:10-18
  • McBride, John A., 107:4
  • McBride,Roberta, 26:32-49;140:12-17
  • McCarter, Walter, 57:35
  • McClintock, H.K., 102:23
  • McCloskey, Burr, 102:6-9
  • McDaniels, Dorice, 18:27
  • McDermott, Thomas, estate, 20:18
  • McDonald, J.A., 15:16; 32:6; 51:1 ; 114:6; 115:1; 145:5
  • McEvoy, Pete, 103:1, 2, 3
  • McGinniss, R.J., 78:28-29; 79:11
  • McGucken, H.E., 5:16
  • McGuigan, Paul, 50:24
  • McHugh, F., 56:41
  • McInerny, James, 124:1
  • McKee, Kenneth, 43:3-5, 13
  • McKees Rocks, 146:14-19
  • McKie, Wm., 55:14-17
  • McLeod, N., 32:18
  • McMahon, T., 43:6-8
  • McMillan, A. 94:1-13
  • McRae, John, 140:1
  • McRaye, Walter (Blackie), 49:11-13; 91:9-14; 130:27-28
  • MCS (Mrs. U. Sinclair), 140:42
  • McVey, Robert, 74:23, 25+
  • McWhirt, Charles, 111:5
  • Meany, Tom, 17:33
  • Meijer, H.C., 24:22-24
  • Meister, A., 144:6
  • Membership lists, 68:9-23
  • Mers, Gilbert, 77:14-16
  • Mesaba Iron Range strike, 26:24
  • Metal Mine Worker, 51:36
  • Metal Workers Bulletin, 62:8
  • Metaline Miners Defense, 133:5
  • Metz, Charles, 129:10-11
  • Metzen, John, 130:2-6
  • Mexican workers, 7:1; 114:1
  • Mexico, 24:15-16
  • Meyer, Fred R., 60:5
  • "Migratory Extra Gang Worker," 39:34
  • Migratory Workers, 33:2; 111:4; 113:5 ; Agriculture: The Mother of Industry, 156 ; Attention Apple Knockr's, 156
  • "Migratory Workers Diary," 150:14
  • Militant poetry on Negro loyalty, 103:3
  • Military guard, 111:6
  • Mill coins, 110:4
  • Miller, Francis, 7:1; 115:5; 120:11
  • Miller, Joe, 22:29-33; 128:8
  • Miners, 7:1; 150:4 ; Attention Coal Miners!, 156 ; Be It Resolved, 157 ; conditions, 112:7 ; Dollars and Steel, 159 ; strikes, 106:2; 111:2; 116:3; 117:5-6
  • Minneapolis raid, 99:8-10
  • Minor, Robert 148:23
  • Misleaders of Labor," 150:5
  • Missouri (Clinton), indictments, 128:4
  • MMWIU #210, 51-55 ; Bulletin, 51 ; Miners!, 168
  • MMWIU #300, 55:30
  • MMWIU #440, 62-68 ; Are You Ready?, 156 ; Associated Industries..., 156 ; Bulletin, 62
  • "Modern Industrial Unionism," 145:12
  • Modesto, Zapata, 18:28
  • Moldovan, Steve, 130:7
  • Moller, Nils, 76:2+
  • Monoldi, Peo, 57:14; 58:35; 131:5
  • Monroe, James 73:6; 78:15
  • Montana (Deer Lodge) indictments, 128:4
  • Mooney, Tom, 131:24-29 ; Amazing Frame-up; A Challenge, 156 ; Justice Is Waiting, 166 ; Pardon Tom Mooney, 170; Tom Mooney, 174
  • Moore, Fred H., 116:2
  • Moran, William, 115:2; 128:11-12
  • Moreau, Louis, 24:17-19; 34:1-2; 59:15; 102:1
  • Moriarty, Timothy, 79:19
  • Morris, James 145:16
  • Morton, Robert L., 127:2
  • Mother Jones, 112:7
  • Motion picture strike (1946), 26:25
  • Moudy, W.F., 47:27; 91:1-8
  • Moyer-Haywood-Pettibone, 7:1
  • Municipal workers (MTWIU #540), 82:18
  • Munson, L.A., case, 24:20
  • Murphy, William, 126:18-19
  • Murray, S., 32:3
  • Muskogee, Oklahoma indictments, 128:4
  • Myers, Robin, 136:20-23
  • National Advisory Committee on Unemployment, 24:21
  • National War Labor Board, 48:23; 50:7
  • N.B., cartoons, 181:4
  • Nef, Mrs., 131:1
  • Nef, Walter T., 79:20; 110:4
  • Negroes: and patriotism, 103:3 ; Colored Workers of America, 158 conditions, 110:4 ; Justice for the Negro, 166 ; True Freedom, 175
  • Nelson, Albert, 56:41
  • Nelson, Fred, 114:5; 120:9
  • Nerman, Ture, 101:17-18
  • Netherlands, 24:22-25
  • Neufeld, John, 39:40
  • Nevada (Ely) indictments, 123:4
  • New Orleans Branch, 43:14; 79:1-19
  • New Republic picketing, 92:2-8; 101:2
  • New York: Branch, 87; 88 ; Hall Book, 41:3 ; Messengers, 87:11-12 ; Public Library, 153:2
  • Newton, Nelson 75:17+
  • Nicaragua, 24:26
  • Nigra, P., 107:1; 115:4; 128:11-12
  • Nines, Louis, 144:1
  • Nobby, 140:2
  • Noble, Jack 66:8-19, 22
  • Noldin, E.R., 59:20-32
  • Non-Partisan League, 111:4; 113:2
  • North Dakota C.S., 127:8-9
  • Norway, 24:27-29
  • Nuthall, Thomas F., 103:3
  • Oakland Cal., 6:1-2, 5 ; Branch, 43:14, 60-61
  • Oates, Joe, 105:4; 128:11-12
  • Oates, John J., 115:4; 116:3
  • O'Brien, Pat, 53:16-19; 54:20-22
  • O'Carroll, Joseph, 140:1
  • O'Donohue, F., 32:23
  • O'Hagan, Joseph, controversy, 70:17
  • O'Hair, V.V., 116:1
  • Oil Workers Industrial Union #230, 51:6-7 ; Bulletin, 51:67
  • Oklahoma C.S., 127:10 ; 01' Rags and Bottles" 169
  • Old Timer, 140:2
  • "Oldtime Wobbly Raps," 150:19
  • Olson, Arvid, 7:1
  • Omaha indictments, 128:4 ; raid, 99:11
  • "On Railroad Industry," 145:13
  • "On the Trail of the Wrecking Crew," 32:3
  • One Big Union Bulletin (Winnipeg), 181:11
  • One Big Union Club, 33:9-10; 55:14-17
  • Oneka, John 24:30
  • "Open Letter to All Marine Workers," 150:15
  • Oregon, C.S., 127:11
  • The Organizer, 90:42
  • "Organizing Methods and the IWW," (Williams), 31:25
  • Out of work stamp, 7:1
  • Overall Brigade, 146:14-15
  • Pacific Reporter, 100:8
  • Pacifism, 114:3; 115:5
  • Paine, Thomas, 126:17
  • Palmer, Frank, 129:10-11
  • Panama, 25:1
  • Panton, Wellington, 140:36
  • Panzner, John (Pancner), 25:2-3; 116:2, 3
  • Pardons - refusal, 31:14
  • Parent, Bernard, 126:24
  • Parenti, Louis, 103:1, 2
  • Parker, Charles, 116:2
  • Parrish, L.C., 73:31; 77:6
  • Passila, M., 126:23
  • Paterson, N.J., 116:5 ; Strike, 117:2, 6
  • Patino, Frank, 78:1-12
  • Patton, Mike, 23:5
  • Patton, W.E., 20:14-17; 79:1-19
  • Patriotism, 103:3; 106:5; 114:3; 115:1
  • Payne, A.K., 51:17-20
  • Payne, C.E., 25:4; 32:2, 17-18; 51:21; 126:22; 136:12 ; Industrial Government, 170 ; That Federal Subversive List, 174
  • Peltar, David, 20:19
  • Peltola, Sulo, 18:9
  • Pemberton, Joe, case, 25:5
  • Pepper, Senator, 135:6
  • Perry, Grover, 99:18; 111:3; 113:5; 116:3-5
  • Pesonen, Jacob, 25:6
  • Petersen, H.C., 139:9
  • Petersen, John, 43:6-10; 82:7
  • Peterson, Ed, 47:1+
  • Peterson, O.N., 93;28+
  • Peterson, Robert, 74:26, 27
  • Pfeffer, Walter, 145:1
  • Phar, Katie, 47:27-32; 91:9-14; 93:1-9; 102:25
  • Philadelphia, 6:3; 32:1 ; Branch, 70; 79:20-26; 99:12 ; Courage, Confidence, 158 ; Strike Bulletin (No. 2, No. 5), 173 ; The Philadelphia Controversy, 170 ; Philadelphia Longshoremen Locked Out , 170
  • Philips, James, 111:1
  • Phillips, James, 17:7; 145:31-32
  • Picklepuss, 145:14
  • Pico, John, 126:21
  • Pietz, Emil, 25:7
  • Pika, Paul, 117:7
  • Pilling, Julian, 98:2-13
  • Pinkham, H.B., 140:37
  • Pittsburgh, 55:30 ; raids, 99:13-14
  • Plahn, Charles, 99:5; 113:3
  • Pluto, Edward, 77:7-15
  • Poem cards, 140:1
  • Poetry, 139; 140; 141; 148:33-46
  • Poison and Phosphorus Conspiracy, 106:6
  • Police brutality, 109:2
  • Polish immigrants, 114:6
  • Political action, 117:3
  • Political Prisoners: Appeal to the Nation's Courage, 156 ; Are You Ready to Defend Your Rights?, 156 ; Pollok, Theodora 103:1
  • Port Angeles, Wash., 108:3
  • Port Arthur, Ontario, 26:26; 97:16-34 ; library, 153:25
  • Portland, (Ore.) Branch, 89; 99:15; 120:3
  • Post cards, 142:20-22
  • Posters, 142:14-19; 181:5
  • Potlatch, 49:14
  • Pouget, Emile, 115:4; 116:2
  • Powell, Edward, 25:9
  • "Power of Folded Arms and Thinking Bayonets," 146:17-19
  • Prashner, Albert B., 117:5; 120:12-23
  • Praxis, 155:8
  • President Wilson, 112:1; 114:6
  • Press Boosters, 25:10-18
  • Price, James, 79:26
  • Prisoners, 135
  • Profintern, 25:25-34
  • Programs, radio, 25:20-24
  • Progress Unlimited, 155:9
  • Il Proletario, 104:9
  • "Protest Songs from the Butte Mines," 145:15
  • Pullman strike, 146:17-19
  • Radio programs, 25:20-24 ; also Frank Cedervall Collection
  • Raids - U.S. Govt., 99
  • The Railroad Worker, 82:11
  • Railroad workers, 59:20-32; 82:1-17; 145:13 ; RRWIU #520, 82; 60:1-13; Boxes 162, 169, 171, 175 ; See also Gandy Dancers, 162; One Big Union for..., 169; Organize Industrially, 169; RR Brotherhoods, 171; Truth About, 175
  • The Railroader, 82:11
  • Ramsay, Ernest, 132:4
  • Rank and File Pilot, 155:11
  • Rathbun, Don, 103:2
  • "Real Rulers of U.S.," 150:13
  • Rebel Girl, (song) 139:8
  • Rebel Voices, 147:1-19
  • Rebel Worker, 84:28-33
  • El Rebelde, 114:1
  • The Recruit, 40:1-8
  • Red Album, 155:12
  • Red International of Labor Unions (RILU), 25:25-34
  • Reib, Herman, 107:1
  • Reilly, Joseph, 132:8
  • Reminiscence, 59; 58; 90; 93; 96; 92:28-46; 145; 146
  • Rent Strike Project Plan, 87:13-32
  • Reprieves, Commutations, and Pardons, 135:5
  • Restaurant workers, 82:20-24; 88:7-12
  • Reuss, C., 150:6
  • Revista Mexicana del Trabajo, 155:13
  • Revolutionary Syndicalists, 22:13-24
  • Rhodes, T.J., 99:1
  • Rice, Amon, 58:37-39
  • Rice, C.H., 112:3; 113:4
  • Rice, R.E., 138:2-3
  • Richards, George 103:3
  • Rip-Tide, 71:34-36
  • Robbins, Matilda, 25:36
  • Roberts, Glen A., 112:4
  • Roberts, Ira, 140:38
  • Roberts, Loren, 124:1
  • Roby, G.F., 18:26
  • Rocker, Rudolf, 22:13, 22; 25:10-18
  • Rockford, Ill., 107:4
  • Rodriguez, A., 105:4
  • Rodriguez, C., 24:15-16
  • Rogers, Frank, 111:2, 3
  • Rogers, Joseph, 80:1-27
  • Roll Call of Prisoners, 135:24-25
  • Ron, Alfred, 18:5
  • Roosevelt University, 25:37
  • Rosemont, F., 25:38
  • Rosenberg, Lucille, 95:1-8
  • Rosenberg, Ralph, 39:38
  • Roth, Mrs. R., 103:2
  • Rothfisher, Charles, 115:2, 5
  • Rowan, James, 111:6; 112:1-2; 128:15-16
  • Rowley, H.E., 103:1
  • Royal Oak, Mich., radio, 25:20-24
  • Rush, Robert, 83:1-19
  • Rushing, M.R., 130: 10-11
  • Russell, B., 33:1
  • Russell, Vera, 39:39
  • "Russian Funeral Song," 139:12
  • rustling card, 114:5
  • Rutgers, S.J., 23:5
  • Ryan, W., 34:3-6
  • Rymer, Irene, 18:17
  • Sacco-Vanzetti scrapbooks, 151
  • Sacramento indictments, 128:4
  • Sadler, Sam, 128:2-3
  • "Saga of The One Big Union," 146:14-15
  • St. John, Vincent, 7:1; 108:6; 116:1; 120:24-31
  • St. John (minutes), 7:1; 120:24-31
  • Salt Lake City raid, 99:18 ; indictments, 128:4
  • Salt Lake Tribune, 100:10-11
  • San Francisco Bay area, 90:35-42
  • San Francisco Branch, 90 ; indictments 128:4
  • San Pedro (1924): Another Police Outrage, 156 San Pedro Calls!, 172
  • San Pedro Branch, 18:4; 80; 99:19
  • Sapper, Michael, 128:17-18
  • saw mills, 7:1
  • Scarceriaux, Jules, 26:1; 140:39; 145:4
  • Scarlett, Sam, 51:16; 110:3
  • Schaffer, H., 140:2, 40
  • Schaller, Joe, 55:10-13
  • Schaper, Hans , 16:15-16
  • Schapiro, A., 22:22
  • Schiffman, Joe 78:18
  • Schraeger, Benjamin, 114:6
  • Scranton, Pa. raid, 99:20
  • Scullion, T., 73:28
  • Seattle Branch, 91-93; raid, 99:21
  • Seery, Hilda, 103:7
  • Seized materials, 99; 103:11; 104:2
  • Senate Report (IRC), 150:16-17
  • Serviss, Elizabeth, 103:7
  • Setzer, C.E., 181:4
  • Shakai Seisaku Jiho, 22:29-33
  • Shame of California, 140:49; 172
  • Shean, Jack, 99:14
  • Sheehan, Mike, 124:1
  • Sheet metal workers, 25:2-3
  • Sheridan, Don, 111:6
  • Sherman, Charles, 7:1
  • Shingle weavers, 114:1
  • Shoe workers, 7:1
  • Shuskie, A., 50:10+
  • Shyrock, H.A., 103:3
  • Siberia, 23:5
  • silk workers, 7:1
  • Sinclair, M. ("M.C.S."), 140:42
  • Sinclair, Mrs. U., 140:42
  • Sinclaire, A.R., 110:4
  • Singing Jailbirds, 149:7
  • Sit-down strikes, 146:17-19
  • SIU Discussion Bulletin, 155:14
  • Skelly, James, 103:3
  • Smed, J. Emil, 140:43
  • Smedley, Agnes, 22:14-15
  • Smith, Britt, 32:24; 124
  • Smith, Elmer, 124:1; 126:25-27
  • Smith, H.H., 140:2, 44; 141:12
  • Smith, Leo, 95:1-8; 140:45
  • Smith, Vern, 31:29
  • Smith, W.G.E., 25:3
  • Smith, Walter, 113:3; 116:1
  • Social Service Bulletin, 135:13; 155:15
  • Socialist Labor Party, 26:2-3
  • Socialist Party, 7:1
  • Sokol, Oscar 26:4; 50:30; 102:6-13; 133:6-16
  • Solidarity for Workers' Power, 155:16
  • Solidarity Forever, (song) 139:13
  • "Song of Separation," 139:22
  • Songs, 26:5; 139; 145:15
  • Songs of the Wobblies, 139:6
  • Soper, Anson E., 111:5, 6
  • Sorllie, L.A., 127:11
  • Souchy, Augustin, 22:22, 23, 24
  • South Africa, 26:6
  • South African Worker, 155:17
  • Southern workers, 126:14-15
  • Spanish Civil War, 71:12 ; Exiles, 26:7-9 ; La Guerra Civil, 162 ; Merchant Marines, 168 ; Social Reconstruction, 173 ; Tragedy of Spain, 175
  • Spanish workers: Abajo Franco!, 156
  • Speculator mine fire, 105:1; 110:4; 112:2
  • Speed, George, 7:1; 18:5; 32:1; 103:1-4; 117:6 ; What Do The Industrial Workers..., 177
  • Spies, Nina, memorial, 25:10-18
  • The Split, 31:18-31; 56:13-23; 181:13
  • Spokane, 7:1 ; Branch, 94; 47:39; 128:4 ; free speech, 146:12-13
  • "Square Deal to the Working Class," 120:3
  • Stavis, Barrie, 101:19-20; 139:7; 149:3
  • Steelink, Nicolaas 5:44; 39:41; 85:14-27; 96:17-23
  • Stegner, Page, 145:15
  • Stegner, Wallace - article, 100:1; 102:14-15
  • Stevens, Uriah Smith, 146:14-15
  • stickerettes, 112:7
  • stickers, 142:1-8 ; #310, 56:51 ; Strike! -Strike! Proclamation
  • Strikes - IWW, 26:10-27; 145:12 ; wartime 113:5
  • Stromquist, J., 32:23
  • Students for a Democratic Society (SDS): America and the New Era, 156
  • Subversive law - Washington, 93:1-9
  • Subversive listing, 50:30; 60:19-33; 67:2-13; 78:26-30; 136
  • Sugar beet workers, 146:17-19
  • Sugarman, A.L., 111:2
  • Sullivan, T.P., 31:26
  • Sund, David, 5:17; 98:28-46
  • Supreme Court Reporter, 128:20
  • Svanum, K., 32:19; 51:16
  • Svensson, G., 98:28-46
  • Swedish Administration, 98:23-46
  • Sydney (Australia) Branch, 97:1-4
  • Syndicalism, 22:13-14; 25:25-34; 113:4; 115:4; 146:14-15; 148:26
  • Syndicalist Workers Federation, 98:2-13
  • Tacoma, 39:30, 34; 49:11-13 ; Branch, 95; 99:22
  • Taft, Philip, 150:7
  • Taft-Hartley Act, 26:28
  • Tar and feathering, 108:2; 117:6
  • Tax assessments, 26:29
  • Taylor, Ben, 132:17
  • Taylor, S., 98:2-13
  • Technocracy, 26:32-48
  • Textile strikes: Bread-Milk, 157 ; Hell in New Jersey, 163 ; Trial of a New Society, 175
  • Textile workers, 7:1 ; strikes, 110:4; 115:5; 116:5; 121:90 ; See also Lawrence, Paterson
  • Thiel, Joe 26:30-31
  • "Think for Yourself" Class, 137:11-12
  • Thomas, Louis, 140:46
  • Thompson, Fred W., 7:27; 16:28; 18:16; 23:7; 24:21; 26:32-48; 32:22, 48; 33:1; 34:1-2; 39:41-42; 54:17; 59:3 ; 60:1+; 62:19; 63:20-34; 64:6-21, 24-37; 65:1-4; 66:24-25; 67:2-13; 82:10; 92:7; 102:6-13; 132:17; 133:6-16; 136:2; 146:8-11; 150:19; 153:7 ; IWW - Its First Fifty Years, 165 ; Joe Hill, 66 ; World Labor Needs a Union, 178
  • Thompson, James P., 26:49; 71:15-25; 109:1-3
  • Thompson, P.J., 7:1
  • Thompson, W., 18:11-12
  • Three-Penny Cinema Boycott, 26:50
  • Tiala, Jacob, 47:24-25; 48:1
  • Tobacco workers, 7:1
  • The Toiler, 155:12
  • Toilers of the World, 106:3
  • Tom Barker and the IWW, 149:4
  • Tonn, Henry, 127:6
  • Train hi-jacks, 107:1
  • Trautmann, W.E., 7:1; 146:17-19
  • Tresca, Carlo, 148:21
  • Trials, 99-136
  • Trotter, Harry, 116:1
  • Tucker, R., 98:2-13
  • Tulin, Lee, 7:25; 17:33; 47:1; 125:3
  • Turner, John I., 7:24; 113:5
  • Turpentine camps, 116:5; 117:1
  • Tussey, Richard, 32:48; 26:4; 67:2-13; 67:23-28
  • Tyler, Robert L., 148:4
  • Tyovaen - Opiston, 138:2-7
  • Tyree, Jessie, 91:17+
  • Unemployed workers organization, 27:2
  • Unemployment union, 24:21
  • Unger, William 12:3; 18:25; 65:5-17; 90:105; 96:24-32; 97:16-32
  • United Brewery Workers, 146:17-19
  • U.S. government raids, 99
  • U.S. Vanadium dispute, 52; 53; 48:2-5; 50:7-8; 91:11-25
  • "United We Stand," (Coleman), 32:2
  • Urban Progress Centers, 150:18
  • Urkevich, Olga, 27:3
  • Usapiet, Joe, 116:1
  • Ustad, Arthur, 27:1
  • Van Dilman, 143:51-53
  • Van Dorn, Henry, 27:4
  • Vanadium - see U.S. Vanadium
  • Vancouver, 32:1
  • Vande, Sandt A., 5:17
  • Vanderveer, George, 109:1; 111:6; 153:26
  • Vatkin, Paul, 133:3
  • Vaughan, Robert, 73:31; 75:25-34; 76:17, 1-15, 14-16
  • Velsek, Charles, 18:16; 32:18; 33:1; 43:6-8
  • Vigilantes, 110:4
  • Vihan Vasamia, 140:47
  • Violence, 27:5; 62:19
  • "Violence and the IWW," 145:16
  • Visi, S., 31:30
  • Vogel, Virgil, 27:6
  • Waddell, John W., 94:15-20; 135:5
  • We Never Forget, 121:152-154
  • Weber, Pert, 140:1
  • Wage system, 26:32-48
  • Wagner, Joseph, 7:26; 20:5; 26; 32:22-23, 48; 59:16; 62:20; 130:10-11
  • Weiner, Sam, 136:17-19
  • Weinberg, A., 33:1
  • waiters, 110:4
  • Weingart, Bertha, 140:48
  • Weingart, B.H., 143; 43-44; 181:4
  • Weiss, H.G., 140:49
  • Welinder, P.J., 31:28
  • Walquist, A., 70:9
  • Wells, Hulet W., 128:2-3
  • Walsenburg Branch, 96:9-16
  • Walsh, John J., 114:5; 120:6-8
  • Westbrook, A., 97:1-4
  • war and capitalism, 115:1
  • West Coast Sailors, 155:18-19
  • West Coast Strike, 1948, 80:11-14
  • Westerlund, Fred, 113:3
  • Western Federation of Miners, 105:4; 106:3; 112:3; 115:4; 116:1; 117:1; 146:14- 15
  • War Resisters League (1963), 27:7
  • War-time problems, 33:5-7; 63:20-34
  • War - What For?, 127:2
  • Westman, Walter H., 5:16-17; 7:28; 18:11-12; 27:8-13; 28:8-13; 33:1; 34:1-2; 39:33, 42-43; 63:24-34; 64:6-21, 26-37; 67:2-13; 83:1-19; 85:14-27; 97:5-32; 130:12-25; 131:6-16; 132:1+; 133:6-16; 136:32; 137:1-5+
  • Washington trials, 126 ; Indictments, 128:4
  • Washington, University of, 153:21-23
  • West Virginia strike, 112:4, 7
  • Weyh, William, 128:7
  • "Waterfront History," 32:5
  • Waterfront News, 79:24-25
  • Waterfront Social Club, 77:16
  • "We Have Fed You All," 139:14
  • "We Must Do Our Own Thinking," 145:17
  • What is the Matter With Us, 32:5
  • What is the Working Class?, 145:18-19
  • What We Owe, 38:3
  • Wichita indictments, 128:4
  • Wickman, Albert, 139:10
  • "Wild, Wild Wobblies," 150:21
  • Wheatland, 109:2; 116:2; 148:6, 27
  • Wilkins, Violet (Clarke-Williams), 97:1-4
  • Wheeler, John T., 18:3
  • Wilkinson, Robert, 78:39
  • Whelan, James, 18:12
  • Whetnall, W.H. 59:14-19
  • "Which Goes Overboard - Their Profits or Your Lives," 145:20
  • Williams, Ben, 7:1; 23:7; 27:14; 146:14-19 ; Eleven Blind Leaders, 160
  • Williams, George, 22:17; 31:25
  • Williamson, Gerald, 27:15-18
  • Whitaker, Claire, 141:1-18
  • Willock, Robert, 73:5; 78:31-40
  • Whitaker, Robert, 141
  • Wilson, A., 98:14-23
  • Whitney, Charlotte, 128:19
  • Wilson, Cora P., 103:1
  • Wilson, George W., 5:16
  • Wilson, J.F., 94:21-23
  • Who Is Guilty?, 132:29-42
  • Winstead, Ralph, 148:3, 30
  • Wisconsin - organization, 62:31
  • Wisconsin, University of, 27:19
  • "Why Eleven Members....Refused Pardon," 31:14, 177
  • Wisowaty, H.E., 136:5-7+
  • "Wobblies - 50 Years Later," 150:20
  • Wobbly, 154:4-5
  • Wobbly (Chaplin), 92.:2-8
  • Wolf, M.H. 132:15, 16
  • "Woman and Unionism," 150:22
  • Women: in Industry (E.G. Flynn), IWW mf, 1910-13. See mf list; IP, April, 1925 Women's Edition SOL, July 1, 1916 ; "Women in The Labor Market" OBU, March, 1937 ; Women's Part in the Social Revolution, IUB mf, 1907-09 ; "Woman and Childhood" by Debs, IP, May, 1926 workers, IP, November, 1924 ; suffrage, OBUM, October, December, 1920
  • "Women in Industry," 145:21
  • Wood, Clement, 140:50
  • Woodcuts, 142:10-13
  • "A Word to Lumber Workers," 145: 27
  • Work Peoples College, 137-138; 120:6; 114:5
  • Worker Against the Intellectual, 150.23
  • Worker Esperantist, 155:20-21
  • Workers Defense Council, 66:24-25; 67:1
  • Workers Defense League, 27:20-22; 136:18-23, 41-45
  • Workers International Educational Society Bulletin, 27:23; 154:6
  • Workers of the World, 139:15
  • Workmen's compensation, 9:6-11
  • Working Class Books, 153:8
  • X-13 cartoons, 143:22-35; 181:4
  • Yarlott, George, 128:17-18
  • Yehudi, A., 27:26-29
  • Yelinsky, B.27:30
  • "Yellow Socialists and Red Communists," 145:28-30
  • Young, C.C., 135:5
  • Young Libertarian, 154:7
  • Young Rebel, 154:8
  • Young Recruit (Junior Wobblies) See Archives Library
  • Young, Robert, 73:1
  • Zara, John and Helen, 27:31
  • Zidrich, Frank, 27:32
  • Ziegler, Joseph, 5:16
  • Zinibrick, Edward, 27:33
  • Zinn (cartoons), 144:3
  • Zinoviev Appeal Introduction, 145:22 ; Appeal, 156
  • Zook, C., 33:1

Processing History

Part I: Processed and finding aid written by Walter P. Reuther Library on September 4, 1984.
Part II: Part 2 processed and finding aid updated by Walter P. Reuther Library on May 17, 1996.
Part III: Part 2 processed and finding aid updated by Katelyn Jedro on August 9, 2013.
Title
Guide to the Industrial Workers of the World Records
Status
Completed
Author
Processed by Walter P. Reuther Library.
Date
1984-09-04
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Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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