Tamiment Library general photograph collection [graphic]. 1860-1985 (bulk 1940-1965).

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Tamiment Library/Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives,. Tamiment Library general photograph collection [graphic].

Tamiment Library general photograph collection [graphic]. 1860-1985 (bulk 1940-1965).

Contains photographs (including some negatives) depicting a broad range of images relating to radicalism and the labor movement in New York, the United States, and Europe. Many of the images are portraits of individuals, including Eugene Debs, Morris Hillquit, Karl Kautsky, James Hudson Maurer, and Norman Thomas. For the following persons whose papers (or portions thereof) are held by the Library, the General Photograph Collection contains photographic images of these individuals and/or other images separated from their papers: John Nicholas Beffel, Peter V. Cacchione, Josephine Colby, Carl Cowl, Solon De Leon, Hugo Gellert, Emma Goldman, Mendel V. Halushka, Morris Hillquit, Ben Josephson, Harry Laidler, Algernon Lee, Meyer London, Bertha Mailly, James Oneal, Jacob Panken, Rose Schneiderman, A. I. Shiplacoff, Charles Solomon, Rose Pastor Stokes, Baruch Charney Vladeck, and Max Zaritsky.

2 linear ft.ca. 2500 photographs : b&w, color ; 8 x 10 in.

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Laidler, Harry W. (Harry Wellington), 1884-1970

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Halushka, Mandel V. 1904-1958

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Josephson, Ben, 1895-1980.

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Ben Josephson (1895-1980), served in various administrative capacities at Camp Tamiment in Pennsylvania from 1941-1968. He was active in the Socialist Party and the labor movement. He was associated with the Rand School and was instrumental in the establishment of the Tamiment Library at NYU. Josephson gave support to the New Leader and Labor History and was elected, in 1976, President of the People's Educational Camp Society (PECS), the corporate entity that founded and oversaw Camp Tamiment. ...

Gellert, Hugo, 1892-1985.

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Thomas, Norman, 1884-1968

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Clergyman, politician. From the description of Reminiscences of Norman Mattoon Thomas : oral history, 1950. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309735808 American socialist, presidential candidate. From the description of Letters, [1932] July 16 and [July 16?], [n.p.], to [Samuel Johnson] Woolf, [New York?]. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34363738 Politician. From the description of Reminiscences ...

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Colby, Josephine

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Vladeck, B. (Baruch), 1886-1938

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Beffel, John Nicholas

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Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940

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Schneiderman, Rose, 1882-1972

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Maurer, James H. (James Hudson), 1864-

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Cowl, Carl

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Cacchione, Peter V., 1897-1947

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London, Meyer, 1871-1926

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Lee, Algernon

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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...

Oneal, James, 1875-

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Kautsky, Karl, 1854-1938

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Mailly, Bertha Howell

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