HST 112 Winter 2019

"[Untitled Article]," Potosi Journal, April 21, 1915 (1 Note)

"[Untitled Article]," The Commoner, June 3, 1904 (2 Notes)

"14 States Promise Immediate Probe of White Slave Traffic," East Oregonian, 03/12/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"8-Hour Day Conference Called for Women Workers." The Labor Advocate. September 23, 1916. (1 Note)

"A Woman for President." The Conservative., May 23, 1867 (1 Note)

"America's Organized Working Women to Meet in Convention." The Labor Advocate., April 28, 1917. (1 Note)

"Ask $5,000 From Tumwater", Washington Standard, December 29, 1916 (1 Note)

"Child's Life Is Saved", Roanoke Rapids Herald, September 22, 1938 (1 Note)

"Employers of Girls at Low Wages are Scored by O’Hara," East Oregonian, 03/11/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"Equal Rights for Women," The News-Herald., May 25, 1911. (1 Note)

"Fight for Suffarge Made by California Women," The Democratic Banner., September 22, 1911. (1 Note)

"Gossip in and about Wall Street," The World, August 29, 1902 (3 Notes)

"Government Wins in Tobacco Trust Case," The Herals and News, June 2, 1911 (3 Notes)

"Great Fleets to Tour the World," The Citizen, October 21, 1920. (1 Note)

"Many Girls Get But $5 a Week, Women Receive Nine," East Oregonian, 03/07/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"New Issues and New Men," The Washington Weekly Post., 11/13/1900, p. 2 (1 Note)

"New Revolt is Under Way: Troops in Northern Mexico to Join With Rebels," East Oregonian, 02/27/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"New War Food Devised for Use by the Soldier," The Washington Weekly Post, 11/13/1900, p. 3 (1 Note)

"No More Mass Bombings?", Evening Star, November 4, 1951 (1 Note)

"Now that Germany is Crushed, We Must Bend our Efforts to Defeating Japan", The Key West Citizen, May 8, 1945 (1 Note)

"Pink Teas and Welfare Work Hurt Women's Trade Unions," The Labor Advocate., July 17, 1915. (1 Note)

"Plank Proof Against Fire." The Greenville Journal., July 25, 1912 (1 Note)

"Police Don’t Protect Women: Testimony Being Taken," East Oregonian, 03/07/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"Ready to Make Another Attack on Big Trusts," The South Bend News-Times, October 1, 1919 (3 Notes)

"Rebel Troops Defeat Force of Federals in Severe Fight," East Oregonian, 02/28/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"Rebels and Federals Locked in Conflict Across Border," East Oregonian, 03/13/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"Russia Bases Hopes on Revolt in Germany", The Daily Alaskan, January 12, 1918 (1 Note)

"Sgt. Walker is Key Man in Space Defense", The Detroit Tribune, July 14, 1962 (1 Note)

"Sky Spy", The Detroit Tribune, July 22, 1961 (1 Note)

"Spanish -American Congress," The Washington Weekly Post, 11/13/1900, p. 1 (1 Note)

"Suffrage Arsenal Found By Police," East Oregonian, 03/13/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"The Equal Suffarge Movement." The Marion Daily Mirror., April 6, 1912. (1 Note)

"The Waves Are Helping to Turn the Tide", Evening Star, Washington D.C., October 19, 1943 (1 Note)

"The Women Marines Have the Situation Well in Hand", Evening Star, Washington D.C., October 20, 1943 (1 Note)

"To Save Lives of Indian Babies", Perrysburg Journal, Columbus OH, March 20, 1919 (1 Note)

"Turks and Jews Fear Massacre: Assassination of King George Stirs Greek Populace to Fury," East Oregonian, 03/19/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"Turks Drive Bulgars From the Trenches," East Oregonian, 03/19/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"U.S. Troops on Border Have Order to Shoot to Kill ," East Oregonian, 03/5/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"Watching the Leonids," The Washington Weekly Post, 11/13/1900, p. 2 (1 Note)

"Wilson Will not Recommend the Women’s Suffrage Amendment," East Oregonian, 03/19/1913, p. 1 (1 Note)

"Women Exercise Franchise Right." The Greenville Journal., August 8, 1912. (1 Note)

"Women will Vote," American Magyar Journal., September 2, 1920. (1 Note)

"Women's Rights Convention," Anti-slavery Bugle." August 30, 1851. (1 Note)

"Youth Burns to Death on Trolley Wire", The Oklahoma City Times, June 17, 1918 (1 Note)

10 Men Can Save America, Evening Star, April 16, 1950, Page 99 & 100, Sub-title includes: The Cold War High Command (1 Note)

10 Men Can Save America, Evening Star, April 16, 1950, Page 99 & 100, Sub-title includes: The Cold War High Command, How Strong is the Enemy?, How Strong is the US? (1 Note)

Agnes Rogers, Frederick Lewis Allen, I Remember Distinctly, The Sunday Star Pictorial Magazine, March 13, 1949, Page 10 (1 Note)

Army Day, Saturday April 6th, The Wilmington Morning Star, April 6, 1946, Page 9 (1 Note)

Claude Mahoney, "2,729 Officers, Men Killed;'Not on Alert',Secretary Declares", The Evening Star, Washington D.C., December 15, 1941 (1 Note)

Clyde H. Tavenner, "What is a Money Trust," The Libby Herald, January 17, 1913 (6 Notes)

Cuba The Land of Opportunity, New York Tribune, April 15, 1919 (1 Note)

Cuba Wishes Success to the Victory Loan, New York Tribune, April 27, 1919 (1 Note)

Don't Tax Washing Machines, Evening Star, September 24, 1951, Page A-7 (1 Note)

Earl Browder, "HITLER'S SECRET WEAPON—The Bogey of Communism", Evening star, February 25 1943, Page A-13 (1 Note)

Evening star, August 29, 1948, Page A-14 (1 Note)

Evening Star, March 4 1951, page 7 (1 Note)

Evening star, October 31 1950, Page B-2, (1 Note)

Evening star, Washington D.C., June 19, 1937; "Liberties Groups Open Conference" (2 Notes)

Evening star, Washington D.C.; April 19, 1949; "Labor Board Decision on Police Chief Sure to Be Appealed" (1 Note)

Evening star, Washington D.C.; August 08, 1948; Brooks Hays; "Civil Rights Proposals Peril South's Stability" (1 Note)

Floyd Ramp."Farmers of America." The Toiler., January 15, 1921. (1 Note)

Harriet Taylor Upton,"Is the Result of Hard Work." The Greenville Journal., August 15, 1912. (1 Note)

Hey Buddy! Be a Guardian of Victory, The Wilmington Morning Star, October 12, 1945 (1 Note)

Hordes of Immigrants Already Booked for Pacific Coast Via Panama Canal. The Day Book. March 4th, 1914. Last Edition Image 13 (1 Note)

Howard Fast, "A Great Mound of Flowers Lined the Prison Wall," Românul American, January 10, 1953, Page 4 (1 Note)

John Dickinson Sherman,"Woman Against Woman: Battle Over 'Equal rights,'"Fulton County Tribune., January 19, 1922. (1 Note)

Lawrence Lader, "Terror in the USA", Evening Star, Washington D.C., April 11, 1948 (1 Note)

Panama Declares its Independence, The St. Paul Globe, November 4, 1903 (1 Note)

Paul Hanna, "Here is One Raid of 'Reds' that never got into the public prints," The Producers News, December 22 1922, Page 3 (1 Note)

Probing the Panama Canal Purchase. The Commoner. Volume 8 Number 49 (1 Note)

Progress in Saving Lives, Evening Star, August 11, 1946 (1 Note)

Roanoke Rapids herald, February 13 1936, LIONS EDITION, (1 Note)

Tabor City tribune, North Carolina; November 13, 1963; W. Horace Carter (1 Note)

The Daily Gate City and Constitution-Democrat, May 08 1920 (1 Note)

The daily Gate City and constitution-Democrat, May 08 1920, page 4 (2 Notes)

The Detroit tribune, December 22 1951, Page 24 (1 Note)

The Detroit tribune, December 28 1957, Page 11 (1 Note)

The Detroit tribune., April 23, 1960; "Civil Rights Bill Fails to Meet Needs - Wilkins" (1 Note)

The Detroit tribune., August 10, 1957; "Southerners Win Out In Rights Fight" (1 Note)

The Detroit tribune., August 13, 1960 (1 Note)

The Detroit tribune., August 17, 1957; Associated Press "Rights Bill 'Still Good' Say Many Leaders" (1 Note)

The Detroit tribune., August 17, 1957; Roy Wilkins, Elizabeth Ellington "Civil Rights" and "A Political Reminder" (2 Notes)

The Detroit tribune., October 18, 1952; "Jim Crow Sparkman Would Be One Heartbeat Away from the White House" (1 Note)

The Detroit tribune., September 20, 1958; "Civil Rights Looked To as '58 Election Issue" (1 Note)

The Detroit tribune; H.J. Rodgers, November 30, 1957 (2 Notes)

The Leon Reporter; June 04, 1908; Leon, Iowa; Lillian Bigley (1 Note)

The Roanoke Rapids Herald, August 8 1935, page 23 (1 Note)

The Search for Oil Takes to the Air, Evening Star, February 18, 1951 (1 Note)

The Silent Service, The Sunday Star Pictorial Magazine, September 23, 1951, Page 16 (1 Note)

The toiler, February 12 1921, Page 3 (1 Note)

The Washington times, November 5, 1922 (1 Note)

Thomas R Henry, "6,000 Universes Discovered in a Year by Astronomers", Evening Star, December 11, 1932 (1 Note)

Thomas R Henry, "Universe's Known Limits Extended Millions of Miles", Evening Star, December 11, 1930 (1 Note)

Topkis Company, The Saturday Evening Post, The Ladies' Home Journal, The Country Gentleman, January 23, 1922 (1 Note)













    

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