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  • [Info] Worker Correspondents: What? When? Where? Why? How? (Little Red Library #4; ca. 1925), by William F. Dunne
  • [Info] 1929 Red Cartoons, Reprinted From The Daily Worker (New York: Comprodaily Pub. Co., c1929), by Fred Ellis and Jacob Burck, ed. by Sender Garlin, contrib. by Joseph Freeman (HTML at marxists.org)
  • [Info] Red Cartoons of 1927, From the Daily Worker and the Workers Monthly (Chicago and New York: Daily Worker Pub. Co., c1927), by Fred Ellis, Lydia Gibson, A. Jerger, Maurice Becker, Henry Glintenkamp, La Grace, Robert Minor, William Gropper, Vose, Joseph Vavak, K. A. Suvanto, Art Young, Adolf Dehn, Hay Bales, Hugo Gellert, G. Silzer, and O. R. Zimmerman, ed. by Walt Carmon, contrib. by V. F. Calverton
  • [Info] Red Cartoons From the Daily Worker, the Workers Monthly and the Liberator: Communist Publications (Chicago: Daily Worker Pub. Co., c1926), by Fred Ellis, Maurice Becker, Lydia Gibson, Williams S. Fanning, Hay Bales, Juanita Preval, Robert Minor, William Gropper, Clive R. Weed, G. Piccoli, K. A. Suvanto, Art Young, Adolf Dehn, Hugo Gellert, A. L. Pollock, F. Kluge, and O. R. Zimmerman, ed. by Walt Carmon, contrib. by Michael Gold

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Filed under: Press -- United States Filed under: Press -- United States -- BibliographyFiled under: Press -- United States -- History
  • [Info] Histoire de la Presse Franco-Américaine: Comprenant l'Historique de l'Émigration des Canadiens-Français aux États-Unis, Leur Développment, et Leurs Progrès (in French; Worcester, MA: Ateliers typographiques de "L'Opinion Publique", 1911), by Alexandre Belisle
Filed under: Press and politics -- United States -- History -- 20th centuryFiled under: Freedom of the press -- United States -- HistoryFiled under: Press and politics -- United States -- HistoryFiled under: Racism in the press -- United States -- HistoryFiled under: Press -- Kentucky -- History
  • [Info] The Pioneer Press of Kentucky: From the Printing of the First Paper West of the Alleghanies, August 11, 1787, to the Establishment of the Daily Press in 1830 (Filson Club Publications #3; Louisville: J. P. Morton and Co., 1888), by William Henry Perrin
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