Papers of a socialist bookseller and party member who terminated his membership in 1924. Included are a typescript autobiography which includes information about the socialist movement during the first quarter of the century in Philadelphia and New York City and interesting sidelights on leaders such as Eugene V. Debs, Jack London, E. Haldeman-Julius, and John Spargo; typescripts and shorter reminiscences; correspondence and a report relating to a study of his frequent letters to the editor of the Orlando Sentinel; and copies of correspondence, 1955-1966, the originals of which are held by Brandeis University Library and which reflect the wide range of his concerns.
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