Sergius Ingerman photographs [graphic] : 1890-1930.
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After taking medical training in Switzerland and following his 1884 expulsion from Russia for radical activities, Sergius Ingerman (1868-1943) came with his wife Anna (also a physician) to New York City in 1891. Initially associated with the Socialist Labor Party, he later helped found the Socialist Party of America, was affiliated with the Russian Social Democratic Party, and chaired the Russian Immigrants Aid Committee. Dr. Ingerman was one of the founders of the Rand School of Social Science ...
Algernon Lee was a socialist, educator and New York City alderman. After attending the University of Minnesota in the early 1890s, Lee worked as a political organizer for the Socialist Labor Party and served as editor of several socialist publications. In 1909 Lee became the Director of Education at the Rand School of Social Science. He held this position until his death in 1954. Lee was also an instructor in economics and American history at the Rand School. On the New York City Bo...
German socialist leader. From the description of Der demokratische Marxismus : zum vierzigsten Geburtstag der russischen Sozialdemokratie : typescript, 1938. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754870809 Born in Prague 1854, died in Amsterdam 1938; social democratic writer and Marxist theorist; joined Austrian social democracy in 1874 and worked as a journalist within the Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands (SAPD, from 1890 SPD) from 1879; in 1883 founder and editor of Die...