William Mailly Papers 1907-1913

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William Mailly Papers, 1907-1913

William Mailly Papers 1907-1913

William Mailly was a leading American socialist. He served as National Secretary of the Socialist Party (1903-05), and edited several socialist publications, notably the New York Evening Call (1908-09). The collection contains Mailly's journalistic writings, including literary efforts and reviews, correspondence, and other materials. NOTE: the collection has been microfilmed, and researchers must use the microfilm copy (R-7124, reel 66).

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Mailly, William, 1871-1912

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Coal miner, journalist, drama critic, and socialist, William Mailly was editor of Haverhill Social Democrat (1898), associate editor of The Worker (1901, 1906-1907), and managing editor of the New York Evening Call (1908-1909). He was National Secretary of the Socialist Party (1903-1905) and a member of the Executive Committee (1905-1906). From the description of Papers, 1908-1912. (New York University). WorldCat record id: 17268956 In his relatively short lifetime (1871-191...

Mailly, Bertha Howell.

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Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941

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Hillquit, Morris, 1869-1933

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