Papers, 1892-1939.


Morgan, Thomas John, 1847-1912. Papers, 1892-1939.

Papers, 1892-1939.

Contains correspondence concerning The Provoker, Party correspondence, drafts of committee resolutions and statements with which Morgan was associated. Also includes drafts of speeches and articles by Morgan, miscellaneous clippings, journals and publications reflecting Morgan's activities in the Socialist Labor Party and politics in general, as well as Morgan's diverse public welfare interests.

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