Haldeman-Julius Family papers
MSHald72

 An inventory of the collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Summary Information

Repository
Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives
Creator
Haldeman-Julius family
Title
Haldeman-Julius Family papers
ID
MSHald72
Date [inclusive]
1854-1964
Extent
23.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract:
Emanuel Julius and his wife Marcet published cheaply-printed classic literature for the masses. The collection contains personal and business correspondence of various members of the Haldeman families, diaries, notebooks, legal and financial papers, photographs, as well as publications of the Haldeman-Julius publishing companies.

Preferred Citation

Haldeman-Julius Family papers, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Illinois at Chicago

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Biographical Sketch

In 1868, five years after the death of his first wife, Sarah, John Huey Addams married Anna Hostetter Haldeman of Freeport Illinois. Anna became Jane Addams' stepmother and brought her two sons to live with the Addams family in Cedarville, IL. The younger son, George Haldeman, was Jane Addams' childhood companion, and the older son, Henry Haldeman, married Addams' older sister Sarah Alice, in 1875. The child of this second Haldeman-Addams marriage, Marcet Haldeman, married socialist writer Emanuel Julius in 1916. The pair hyphenated their names becoming Emanuel and Marcet Haldeman-Julius. The couple had three children: Alice Deloach, Henry Julius Haldeman and Josphine Roselle.

Emanuel Julius (1889 - 1951) was a socialist reformer and publisher, most noted as the editor of Appeal to Reason newspaper (a socialist newspaper with a large national circulation and later for publishing the Little Blue Books.

Along with his wife, Marcet, Julius was an activist who published muckraking newspapers until he came upon the idea of publishing cheaply-printed classic literature for the masses. He opened a printing house in Girard, Kansas and printed these books on cheap pulp paper (similar to that used in pulp magazines), stapled and bound with a plain (usually) yellow paper cover. They were first sold in 1919 for as little as 5 cents. Many titles of classic literature were given lurid titles in order to increase sales. Eventually, many thousands of copies per year were sold and were popular with the so-called "drifters" of the 1920s to the 1950s.

Marcet Haldeman-Julius wrote articles and columns for the various Haldeman-Julius publications and reported a number of famous court cases. In a departure from her earlier career as a banker, Marcet became active in socialist causes in the 1920s and 30s. The traveled to the Soviet Union in 1931-1932 to report on the status of the Russian Revolution for The American Freeman. She also wrote short stories for the Atlantic Monthly, and collaborated with Emanuel on the novels Dust and Violence.

Other family members whose records appear in this collection include:

Anna Hostetter Haldeman Addams (1828-1919): wife of William Haldeman (1847-1866) and of John Huey Addams (1868-1881); mother of Henry W. Haldeman and George B. aldeman; stepmother of Jane Addams; lived in Ceaderville Homestead from 1868 to 1919 and was cared for in her later years by Mary Fry.

Jane Addams (1860-1935): daughter of John Huey Addams and Sarah Weber Addams; educated at Rockford College, Rockford IL; founder of the Hull-House settlement house and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.

John Huey Addams (1822-1881): father of Jane Addams; prominent miller in Cedarville IL, and a member of the Illinois State Legislature.

John Weber Addams (1853-1918): brother of Jane Addams; husband of Laura Shoemaker Addams, father of Sarah Addams Young; educated at Beloit College, Wisconsin; inheritor of John H. Addams' mill, confined to several Illinois psychiatric hospitals, in one of which he died.

Alice Haldeman-Julius Deloach (1917-1991): daughter of Emanuel and Marcet Haldeman-Julius.

George Bowman Haldeman (1861-1909): son of Anna and William Haldeman; stepbrother and childhood companion to Jane Addams; educated at Beloit College WI, and Johns Hopkins University; recluse at Cedarville Homestead c. 1899 until his death.

Henry Julius Haldeman (1919-?); son of Emanuel and Marcet Haldeman-Julius; changed the form of his name from Henry Haldeman-Julius to the above.

Henry Winfield Haldeman (1848-1905); son of Anna and William Haldeman; stepbrother of Jane Addams; husband of Sarah Alice Haldeman; father of Marcet Haldeman-Julius; educated at Leipzig University, Germany; physician and banker, Mayor of Girard, Kansas.

Sarah Alice Addams Haldeman (1853-1915); daughter of John Huey and Sarah Weber Addams; wife of Henry Winfield Haldeman; mother of Marcet Haldeman-Julius; educated at Rockford Seminary, Rockford IL; president of the State Bank of Girard, Kansas, 1905-1915.

William Haldeman (1823-1866); First husband of Anna Hostetter Haldeman Addams; father of Henry W. and George B. Haldeman; miller in Freeport IL.

Emanuel Haldeman-Julius (ne Julius) (1889-1951); husband of Marcet Haldeman-Julius; father of Alice Haldeman-Julius and Henry Julius Haldeman; socialist writer and editor of the New Appeal and Haldeman-Julius Publishing companies.

(Anna) Marcet Haldeman-Julius (1887-1941); daughter of S. Alice and Henry W. Haldeman, wife of Emanuel Haldeman-Julius; mother of Alice and Henry, educated at Ft. Dearborn Seminary, Chicago; Bryn Mawr College; actress, 1910-1915; president of State Bank of Kansas, 1915-1916; author of numerous articles, essays, short stories, and novels.

Mary Catherine Addams Linn (1847-1894); daughter of John Huey and Sarah Weber Addams; wife of Rev. John M. Linn; mother of Stanley, James Weber and John Addams Linn and Esther Linn Hulbert.

Josephine Haldeman-Julius Roselle (1910- ); adopted daughter of Emanuel and Marcet Haldeman-Julius; companionate wife of Aubrey Roselle.

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Scope and Contents

The collection contains personal and business correspondence of various members of the Haldeman families, diaries, notebooks, legal and financial papers, photographs, as well as publications of the Haldeman-Julius publishing companies.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Richard J. Daley Library Special Collections and University Archives 2006-06-05

801 S. Morgan Street
Chicago, Illinois, 60607
312.996.2742

Revision Description

  07/16/2010

Restrictions on Access

None

Restrictions on Use

None

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Controlled Access Headings

Family Name(s)

  • Haldeman-Julius family -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Publishers and publishing -- Kansas -- Girard.
  • Socialism -- Publishing -- Kansas -- Girard.

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Family papers 

Box Folder

Addams, Anna H. - farm leases, 1897-1912 

1 1

Addams, Anna H. - legal and financial papers, 1914-1918 

1 2

Addams, Anna H. - Life Insurance, 1866-1909 

1 3

Addams, Anna H. - correspondence - George B. Haldeman, 1880-1955 

1 4

Addams, Anna H. - correspondence - Henry W. Haldeman, 1869 

1 5

Addams, Anna H. - correspondence - S. Alice Haldeman, 1869 

1 6

Addams, Anna H. - correspondence - William Haldeman, 1846-1853 

1 7

Addams, Anna H. - correspondence - Marcet Haldeman-Julius, 1912 

1 8

Addams, Anna H. - correspondence, undated 

1 9

Addams, Anna H. - State Bank of Girard, Kansas - Accounts, 1891-1913 

1 10

Addams, Jane - American Legion denunciation, 1926 

1 11

Addams, Jane - clipping, undated 

1 12

Addams, Jane - Condolences on death of John H. Addams, 1881 

1 13

Addams, Jane - Juvenile Court Anniversary Program, 1925 

1 14

Addams, Jane - land sale agreements, 1912-1913 

1 15

Addams, Jane - memorial tributes, 1935 

1 16

Addams, Jane - correspondence - Mary Fry, 1919 

1 17

Addams, Jane - correspondence - George B. Haldeman, 1888-1889 

1 18

Addams, Jane - S. Alice Haldeman, 1888-1913 

1 19

Addams, Jane - correspondence - Emanuel Haldeman - Julius, 1916 

1 20

Addams, Jane - correspondence - Marcet Haldeman-Julius, 1915-1929 

1 21

Addams, Jane - correspondence, 1912-1924 

1 22

Addams, Jane - telegrams, 1915-1925 

1 23

Addams, John H. - correspondence, 1869 

1 24

Addams, John H. - political biography, 1850-1881 

1 25

Addams, J. Weber - correspondence, 1869 

1 26

"Appeal to Reason" - correspondence -- Allan L. Benson - Louis Kopelin, 1910-1917 

1 27

"Appeal to Reason" - School Affair, 1911-1912 

2 28

Clippings - Addams Homestead restoration, 1957 

2 29

Clippings - Cedar Cliff restoration, 1958 

2 30

Clippings - family members, 1933-1939 

2 31

Clippings - Hull-House, 1965 

2 32

Clippings - miscellaneous, 1916-1939 

2 33

Correspondence, undated 

2 34

DeLoach, Alice Haldeman-Julius - correspondence - Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, 1925-1935 

2 35

DeLoach, Alice Haldeman-Julius - correspondence - Marcet Haldeman-Julius, 1924-1940 

2 36

DeLoach, Alice Haldeman-Julius -correspondence, 1923-1962 

2 37

Genealogy and family history - Addams, undated 

2 38

Genealogy and family history - Anna H. Addams 

2 39

Genealogy and family history - Anna Martha Bowman diary, undated 

2 40

Genealogy and family history - Carrell County, Illinois, undated 

2 41

Genealogy and family history - Haldeman, Samuel Stehlman, undated 

2 42

Genealogy and family history - Haldeman family Bible, 1823-1962 

2 43

Genealogy and family history - Addams 

2 44

Genealogy and family history - Weber, undated 

2 45

Goldman Emma -- correspondence, 1924 

2 46

Haldeman, George B. - cash account book, 1881 

2 47

Haldeman, George B. - miscellaneous, 1881-1887 

2 48

Haldeman, George B - obituary, 1909 

2 49

Haldeman, George B. - correspondence - Anna H. Addams, 1877-1889 

2 50

Haldeman, George B. - correspondence - John H. Addams, 1881 

2 51

Haldeman, George B. - correspondence - Henry W. Haldeman, 1885-1896 

2 52

Haldeman, George B. - correspondence - S. Alice Haldeman, 1885-1896 

3 53

Haldeman, George B. - Science Reference notebook, 1885 

3 54

Haldeman, Henry Julius - miscellaneous, undated 

3 55

Haldeman, Henry Julius - correspondence - Alice Haldeman Julius DeLoach, undated 

3 56

Haldeman, Henry Julius - correspondence - Emmanuel Haldeman-Julius, 1939-1940 

3 57

Haldeman, Henry Julius - correspondence - Marcet Haldeman-Julius, 1925-1940 

3 58

Haldeman, Henry W. - medical practice, 1878 

3 59

Haldeman, Henry W. - diary and accounts, 1866-1874 

3 60

Haldeman, Henry W. - farm leases, 1883-1905 

3 61

Haldeman, Henry W. - financial papers, 1894-1895 

3 62

Haldeman, Henry W. - Leipzig University, 1867-1868 

3 63

Haldeman, Henry W. - Mayor of Girard, Kansas, 1895 

3 64

Haldeman, Henry W. - correspondence, 1859-1904 

3 65

Haldeman, Henry W. - obituary, 1905 

3 66

Haldeman, Henry W. - correspondence - Anna H. Addams, 1861-1900 

3 67

Haldeman, Henry W. - correspondence - Anna H. Addams and George B. Haldeman, 1866-1868 

3 68

Haldeman, Henry W. - correspondence - Jane Addams, 1880 

3 69

Haldeman, Henry W. - correspondence - George B. Haldeman, 1883-1895 

3 70

Haldeman, Henry W. - correspondence - Luella letters, 1898 

3 71

Haldeman, Henry W. - probate court records, 1905-1909 

3 72

Haldeman, S. Alice - address books, 1904-1910 

3 73

Haldeman, S. Alice - art instruction notebook, undated 

4 74

Haldeman, S. Alice - biography and memorial tributes, 1914-1915 

4 75

Haldeman, S. Alice - business correspondence, 1907-1915 

4 76

Haldeman, S. Alice - calling cards and call book, 1889 

4 77

Haldeman, S. Alice - diaries, 1872-1889 

4 78

Haldeman, S. Alice - life insurance, 1907-1912 

4 79

Haldeman, S. Alice - correspondence - Anna H. Addams, 1871-1891 

4 80

Haldeman, S. Alice - correspondence - George B. Haldeman, 1888 

4 81

Haldeman, S. Alice - correspondence - Henry W. Haldeman, 1888-1903 

4 82

Haldeman, S. Alice - correspondence - Marcet Haldeman-Julius, 1902-1915 

4 83

Haldeman, S. Alice - correspondence, 1865-1915 

4 84

Haldeman, S. Alice - correspondence - Ellen Gates Starr, 1888 

4 85

Haldeman, S. Alice - State Bank of Girard, Kansas, 1904-1915 

4 86

Haldeman, S. Alice - State Bank of Girard, Kansas - clippings, 1908-1912 

4 87

Haldeman, William - business advertisements, 1859 

5 88

Haldeman, William - business correspondence, 1849-1953 

5 89

Haldeman, William - business correspondence, 1849-1865 

5 90

Haldeman, William - business correspondence, 1861-1865 

5 91

Haldeman, William - literary compositions, 1844 

5 92

Haldeman, William - correspondence - Anna H. Addams, 1846-1865 

5 93

Haldeman, William - correspondence - Henry W. Haldeman, 1860 

5 94

Haldeman, William - correspondence, 1833-1865 

5 95

Haldeman, William - will, 1866 

5 96

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - articles, essays and short stories, undated 

5 97

Haldeman-Julius,, Emanuel -- 

6 98

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence, 1916-1946 

6 99

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Eugene V. Debs, 1924 

6 100

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Theodore Debs, 1921 

6 101

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - re: published material, 1916-1929 

6 102

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Sinclair Lewis, 1926 

6 103

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Upton Sinclair, 1922-1931 

6 104

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - clippings, 1916 

6 105

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - legal name change, 1916 

6 106

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - New Appeal Publishing Company, 1917-1929 

6 107

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Jane Addams, 1916-1925 

6 108

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach, 1920-1938 

6 109

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Henry Julius Haldeman, undated 

6 110

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Marcet Haldeman-Julius, 1915-1939 

6 111

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Marcet Haldeman-Julius, undated 

6 112

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence - Julius family, 1917-1920 

6 113

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - correspondence, 1917-1918 

6 114

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - Selective Service reclassification, 1918 

6 115

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel - will, 1925-1950 

6 116

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Marcet - financial records, 1917-1918 

7 117

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Marcet - correspondence - published works, 1918-1924 

7 118

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Marcet - limited liability marriage contract, 1924-1936 

7 119

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Marcet - marriage license, 1916 

7 120

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Marcet - short stories and drafts, undated 

7 121

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Marcet - short stories and drafts, undated 

7 122

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Marcet - short stories and drafts, undated 

7 123

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Marcet - stock and bond transfer, 1925 

7 124

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - address list, undated 

8 125

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - articles and essays, undated 

8 126

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - articles and essays - "the Two Mothers of Jane Addams", undated 

8 127

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - biographical sketches, undated 

8 128

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - birth certificates affidavits, 1931 

8 129

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Book Manuscripts - The Best People, undated 

8 130

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Book Manuscripts - The Best People, undated 

8 131

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Book Manuscripts - The Best People, undated 

8 132

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Book Manuscripts - The Best People, undated 

8 133

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Book Manuscripts - Immortal Garland, undated 

9 134

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Book Manuscripts - Immortal Garland, undated 

9 135

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Book Manuscripts - Immortal Garland, undated 

9 136

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Book Manuscripts - Woman, undated 

9 137

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, 1915-1916 

9 138

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, 1916-1917 

9 139

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, 1918-1922 

10 140

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, 1923-1926 

10 141

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, 1939-1940 

10 142

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - farm properties, 1916-1925 

10 143

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - farm properties, 1925 

10 144

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - farm properties, 1926-1939 

10 145

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - farm properties, 1939-1940 

11 146

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - William Van Sittert, 1915-1917 

11 147

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Cedarville Land Dispute, 1938 

11 148

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - clippings, 1905-1931 

11 149

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - diaries, 1897-1930 

11 150

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - fairy tales, undated 

11 151

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - financial papers, undated 

11 152

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - foreign newspapers, 1931-1932 

11 153

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - household accounts, 1919-1933 

11 154

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - household accounts, 1934-1935 

11 155

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - household inventory, undated 

11 156

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - International Language Society, 1925-1931 

12 157

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Kansas State Bankers Association, 1915-1916 

12 158

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Kansas State Bankers Association, 1916 

12 159

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Kansas State Bankers Association, 1917-1924 

12 160

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Kansas State Bankers Association - "Bulletin", 1916-1917 

12 161

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Kansas State Bankers Association - lists, undated 

12 162

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - published material, 1918-1925 

12 163

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - published material, 1926 

12 164

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - published material, 1926 

12 165

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - published material, 1926-1938 

13 166

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet, 1915-1931 

13 167

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1931-1932 

13 168

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners, 1931-1932 

13 169

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - obituary, 1941 

13 170

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Anna H. Addams, 1916 

13 171

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Jane Addams, 1915-1917 

13 172

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Jane Addams, 1918-1932 

13 173

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Jane Addams, undated 

13 174

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Laura S. Addams, 1915-1919 

13 175

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Ruth Jones Argens, 1915 

13 176

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Ruth Jones Argens, 1921-1928 

13 177

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Aunt Mercy Brown, 1915-1921 

13 178

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Ruby Darrow, 1925-1941 

14 179

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach, 1923-1931 

14 180

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach, 1932 

14 181

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach, 1934 

14 182

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach, 1936 

14 183

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach, 1938 

14 184

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach, 1939 

14 185

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence -Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach, undated 

14 186

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach and Henry Julius Haldeman, 1924-1937 

14 187

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - family letters, 1912-1918 

15 188

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Mary Fry, 1912-1918 

15 189

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Mary Fry, 1927-1939 

15 190

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Mary Fry, 1927-1939 

15 191

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Mary Fry, undated 

15 192

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - get well cards and letters, 1940 

15 193

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Jane Grant, 1921 

15 194

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - John W. Gunn, 1929-1930 

15 195

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - John W. Gunn, 1931 

15 196

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - John W. Gunn, 1935-1941 

16 197

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - George B. Haldeman, 1906 

16 198

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Henry Julius Haldeman, 1925-1938 

16 199

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Henry Julius Haldeman, 1939 

16 200

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Henry W. Haldeman, 1904 

16 201

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - S. Alice Haldeman, 1903-1913 

16 and 17 202

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence -Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, 1916-1918 

18 203

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, 1918 

18 204

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, 1919-1920 

19 205

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, 1920-1936 

19 206

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, undated 

19 207

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Norah Hamilton, 1915 

19 208

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Esther Linn Hulbert, 1916-1940 

19 209

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Hull-House associates, 1913-1939 

19 210

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Lillian Concord Jonasen, 1915-1925 

19 211

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Clara Landsbereg, 1916-1921 

19 212

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - James Weber Linn, 1916-1935 

19 213

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Grace Johns Michaelson, 1915-1921 

19 214

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, 1911-1916 

19 215

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, 1917-1919 

20 216

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, 1920-1940 

20 217

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, undated 

20 218

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence, undated 

20 219

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Harriet Monroe, 1915-1919 

20 220

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Dorothy North, 1915-1928 

20 221

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Josephine Haldeman-Julius Roselle, 1923-1939 

20 222

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Eleanor Smith, undated 

21 223

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Mary Rozet Smith, 1915-1916 

21 224

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Ellen Gates Starr, 1916 

21 225

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Winifred Taylor (Euterpe), 1914-1915 

21 226

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Winifred Taylor, 1915-1922 

21 227

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Winifred Taylor, undated 

21 228

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Winifred Taylor, undated 

21 229

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Theater Acquaintances, 1911-1917 

21 230

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Power of Attorney granted Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, 1917 

21 231

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Russian tour, 1931-1932 

21 232

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Russian tour - articles, undated 

22 233

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Russian tour - articles, undated 

22 234

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - correspondence - Upton Sinclair correspondence, 1931 

22 235

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - State Bank of Girard, Kansas, 1918-1919 

22 236

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - State Bank of Girard, Kansas - assets, 1919 

22 237

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - State Bank of Girard, Kansas, undated 

22 238

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - State Bank of Girard, Kansas - O. Schaeffer, Cashier, 1894-1915 

22 239

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - State Bank of Girard, Kansas - O. Schaeffer, Cashier, 1917-1926 

22 240

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - State Bank of Girard, Kansas - Terwillinger Case, 1916 

22 241

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Studio Club of New York, undated 

22 242

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - "Suburban Garden News", 1911 

22 243

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Theater Itinerary, 1910-1911 

22 244

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - Theater Programs, Brochures, Menus, undated 

22 245

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet - will, 1925-1934 

22 246

Haldeman-Julius, Marcet and John W. Gunn - short, 1932 

22 247

Harris, Frank - autograph, undated 

22 248

William Keho - Emma Williams, 1922 

22 249

Letters to a President-Elect, undated 

22 250

Lindsey, Judge Ben B. - Companionate Marriage proponent, 1927 

23 251

Linn, Mary Addams - correspondence - John H. Addams, 1868-1869 

23 252

Linn, Mary Addams - correspondence - S. Alice Haldeman, 1866-1872 

23 253

Miscellaneous, undated 

23 254

Roselle, Aubrey and Josephine Haldeman-Julius - Companionate Marriage, 1927-1928 

23 255

Roselle, Aubrey and Josephine Haldeman-Julius - Companionate Marriage - clippings, 1928 

23 256

Roselle, Aubrey and Josephine Haldeman-Julius - correspondence, 1927-1928 

23 257

Roselle, Josephine Haldeman-Julius - correspondence, 1927-1928 

23 258

Roselle, Josephine Haldeman-Julius - correspondence - Marcet Haldeman-Julius, 1920-1941 

23 259

Roselle, Josephine Haldeman-Julius - correspondence, 1924-1940 

23 260

Roselle, Josephine Haldeman-Julius - correspondence - Aubrey Roselle, 1927-1928 

23 261

Roselle, Josephine Haldeman-Julius - school records, 1925 

23 262

Theory of Collinations, by H. Newson, 1911 

23 263

Photographs - Albums, undated 

24 264

Photographs - Addams, J. Weber, 1869 

24 265

Argens, Jack, undated 

24 266

Butler, J. W., undated 

24 267

Clark, Marguerite, undated 

24 268

Darrow, Ruby, undated 

24 269

DeLoach, Alice Haldeman-Julius, 1935 

24 270

Girard, Kansas - parade scenes, undated 

24 271

Haldeman, George B., 1870 

24 272

Haldeman, Henry W., 1856 

24 273

Haldeman, S. Alic, c. 1875 

24 274

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel, undated 

24 275

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Alice Haldeman-Julius DeLoach, c. 1921 

24 276

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel and Marcet Haldeman-Julius, undated 

24 277

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel, Marcet and Winifield Scott, 1897 

24 278

The Jolly Club - Radley Kansas, 

24 279

Keho, William, c. 1922 

24 280

Kopelin, Mrs. Louis, undated 

24 281

Kopelin, Louis, 1916 

24 282

Roselle, Josephine Haldeman-Julius - beach scene, c. 1920 

24 283

Saltus, Edgar, undated 

24 284

Shamblin, Bertha, undated 

24 285

State Bank of Girard, Kansas, undated 

24 286

"The Strike" - New York Production, 1913 

24 287

288.Waddy, Frank W., undated 

24 288
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Published Material 

24
Box Folder

The American Freeman, ed. E. Haldeman-Julius, 1940 

24 289
Oversize

The American Freeman, May 1941 

Folder 289A
Box Folder

Controversy, 1945 

24 290

The Critic and the Guide, ed. E. Haldeman-Julius, 1950 

24 291

The Debunker, ed. E. Haldeman-Julius, 1928-1931 

24 and 25 292

Does Man Live Again?, undated 

25 293

Dust, by Emanuel and Marcet Haldeman-Julius, undated 

25 294

Famous and Interesting Guests of a Kansas Farm by Marcet Haldeman-Julius, undated 

25 295

The FBI, by Clifton Bennett, undated 

25 296

Haldeman-Julius Monthly, 1925-1928 

25 and 26 297

Haldeman-Julius Quarterly, 1926 

26 298

Hints on How to Keep Young, by Marcet Haldeman-Julius, undated 

26 299

Jane Addams as I Knew Her, by Marcet Haldeman-Julius, undated 

26 300

The Joseph McCabe Magazine, ed. Joseph McCabe, 1931 

27 301

Judas Iscariot and Other Stories, ed. Guido Bruno, 1919 

27 302

Life and Letters, 1924 

27 303

Life and Service of Thomas Paine, by Robert Ingersoll, undated 

27 304

The Master Builder by Henrik Ibsen, undated 

27 305

Masterpieces of Adventure (Little Blue Book), undated 

27 306

Miscellaneous, undated 

27 307

Pagan, undated 

27 308

Rev. J. Frank Norris Trial, by Marcet Haldeman-Julius, undated 

27 309

Thomas Paine's Examination of the Prophesies, undated 

27 310

Vice in German Monasteries, by Joseph McCabe, undated 

27 311

Wisdom of Frank Harris, ed. By Guido Bruno, 1919 

27 312

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Supplement I, Series I: Correspondence from family 

Scope and Content:

This series contains family correspondence with letters written chiefly to Anna Hostetter Haldeman Addams.

Box Folder

Anna Hostetter Haldeman Addams (AHHA) to children - letter, 1887 

1-SI 1

AHHA to Sadie (granddaughter) - note, undated 

1-SI 2

Jane Addams - letter, postcard and receipts, 1880- 1909 

1-SI 3

John Weber Addams - receipts, 1882 

1-SI 4

Miranda E. Addams (niece), 1886 - 1889 

1-SI 5

Lydia A. Albright (sister) - letter, 1873 

1-SI 6

Annie B. (niece) - letter, 1886 

1-SI 7

Joe B. (nephew) - letter, 1886 

1-SI 8

Bachman - letter, 1867 

1-SI 9

John H. Bowman (nephew), 1863 - 1869 

1-SI 10

Amy DuPrey (cousin) - letter, 1904 

1-SI 11

Fred (nephew) to AHHA and George Haldeman - letter, 1877 

1-SI 12

Mary Fry - correspondence and receipts, 1896 - 1900 

1-SI 13

Anna Marcet Haldeman (granddaughter) - correspondence, 1891- 1904 

1-SI 14

Anna Marcet Haldeman (granddaughter) - correspondenc, 1905 - 1907 

1-SI 15

Anna Marcet Haldeman (granddaughter) - correspondence, 1907-1913 

1-SI 16

George H. (nephew) - letter, 1900 

1-SI 17

George Haldeman (son) - letter and receipts, 1883 - 1906 

1-SI 18

Henry W. Haldeman (son) - correspondence, 1875 - 1885 

1-SI 19

Henry W. Haldeman (son) - correspondence, 1887 -1907 

1-SI 20

Lizzie S. (Haldeman Haller) (niece), 1866 - 1889 

1-SI 21

Sarah Alice Addams Haldeman (daughter) - correspondence, 1869 - 1890 

1-SI 22

Sarah Alice Addams Haldeman (daughter) - correspondence, 1901-1914 

1-SI 23

Mary A. Hoofstetter (cousin) - letter, 1887 

1-SI 24

A. F. Hostetter (cousin) - letter, 1894 

1-SI 25

Anna Hostetter (niece) - letter, 1895 

1-SI 26

Charles Linnaeus Hostetter (nephew) - correspondence and legal papers, 1866 - 1901 

2-SI 27

David Hostetter (cousin) - letter, 1887 

2-SI 28

Giblie Hostetter (cousin) - letter, 1873 

2-SI 29

Heber P. Hostetter (nephew) - letter, 1903 

2-SI 30

John Hostetter (brother), 1866 - 1874 

2-SI 31

Larah Hostetter (niece), 1882 - 1895 

2-SI 32

Mammie Hostetter (niece), 1865-1904 

2-SI 33

Margaret Hostetter (cousin), 1876 - 1890 

2-SI 34

Mary A. Lavine Hostetter (sister), 1846 - 1860 

2-SI 35

Mary I. Hostetter G. (niece), 1869 - 1900 

2-SI 36

Noah Hostetter (brother) - letter, 1886 

2-SI 37

Tom Hostetter (cousin) - letter, 1857 

2-SI 38

Jennine (niece) - letter, 1880 

2-SI 39

Vera Kelsey (granddaughter) - letter, 1904 

2-SI 40

Galen W. Leiler (cousin) - letter, 1888 

2-SI 41

Letters-fragments and envelopes, 1867-1873 

2-SI 42

A. H. Lichty (cousin), 1866 

2-SI 43

Mary Addams Linn (granddaughter) - obituary, undated 

2-SI 44

Mary Catherine Addams Linn (daughter) - correspondence, 1866 - 1892 

2-SI 45

John Linn (grandson) - letter, 1894 

2-SI 46

Mary (cousin) letter, 1870 

2-SI 47

Jane Mull (sister), 1894 - 1904 

2-SI 48

May S. Priest (cousin), 1881 - 1904 

2-SI 49

Edith Tau Reed (niece) - letter, 1872 

2-SI 50

Mary D. and Rose Reichard (niece and grandniece), 1904 

2-SI 51

Elizabeth Reiff (sister), 1887 - 1888 

2-SI 52

Afram Summy (cousin), 1854 - 1899 

2-SI 53

Tamer (sister) - letter, undated 

2-SI 54

Virginia (niece) - letter, 1903 

2-SI 55

Mary C. Worrall (niece) - letter to AHHA and Jane Addams, 1886 

2-SI 56

Harriet C. Young (sister) - correspondence to AHHA and Jane Addams, 1881 - 1886 

2-SI 57

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Supplement I, Series II: William Haldeman estate and business papers 

Box Folder

William Haldeman estate and business papers, undated 

2-SI 58

William Haldeman estate and business papers, undated 

2-SI 59

William Haldeman estate and business papers, undated 

2-SI 60

William Haldeman estate and business papers 

3-SI 61

William Haldeman - receipt, correspondence, 1853 - 1854 

3-SI 62

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Supplement I, Series III: Correspondence from friends. 

Box Folder

Sarah F. Anderson, 1887- 1890 

3-SI 63

B-C, 1873 - 1904 

3-SI 64

Sarah F. Blaidsell, 1902 

3-SI 65

Vincenta M. Fensley, 1865 - 1881 

3-SI 66

D-G, 1881 

3-SI 67

H, 1887-1903 

3-SI 68

Johns Hopkins University and Press, 1887 - 1893 

3-SI 69

K-L, 1875 -1883 

3-SI 70

Laura A. Malburn (Mrs. William P.), 1881 - 1887 

3-SI 71

M-R, 1866 - 1897 

3-SI 72

Helen F. Peck, 1904 

3-SI 73

Anna P. Sill, 1881 

3-SI 74

Ellen Gates Starr to Sarah Addams Haldeman, September, undated 

3-SI 75

S-T, 1892-1897 

3-SI 76

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Supplement I, Series IV: Anna Hostetter Haldeman Addams -- business and financial papers 

Box Folder

Calling cards, invitation, miscellany, 1885 

3-SI 77

Financial records - bills and receipts, 1882 - 1898 

3-SI 79

European Travel - business addresses, undated 

3-SI 78

Ibid. correspondence, 1866-1895 

3-SI 80

Ibid. Florida property - correspondence and receipts, 1883 

3-SI 81

Ibid. Second National Bank of Freeport, Illinois - correspondence and reports, 1882-1887 

4-SI 82

Financial records (Second National Bank of Freeport, Illinois) - correspondence and reports, 1882-1887 

4-SI 83

Ibid. The State Bank of Girard, Kansas - reports, 1888-1906 

4-SI 84

Gaskell Literary Club - certificate of membership, September 1890 

4-SI 85

Hull-House - "Among the Poor of Chicago" - review of Joseph Kirkland's article, undated 

4-SI 86

Hull-House Bulletin and Yearbook cover, Autumn, 1904; May,1910 

4-SI 87

Hull House - College Extension Classes, January-March, 1892,1893 

4-SI 88

Ibid. Lectures and concerts, undated 

4-SI 89

Ibid. Working People's Social Science Club - programme, undated 

4-SI 90

Newspaper clippings re: the theater and Chicago and Calumet Canal and Dock Company, undated 

4-SI 91

Folders 92 - 100 contain school books 

Box Folder

Jennie Addams, January 6, 1871. The Common-School Geography: An Elementary Treatise on Mathematical, Physical, and Political Geography by D. M. Warren. Philadelphia: Cowperthwait and Co., 1867 

5-SI 92

Martha Addams. Young's Manual of Geography by James Montifith, New York: A.S. Barnes and Co., undated 

5-SI 93

Martha Addams. Cornell's Intermediate Geography: Forming Part Second of A Systematic Series of School Geographies by S. S. Cornell. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1856 

5-SI 94

John Weber Addams, October, 1861. Cornell's Intermediate Geography: Forming Part Second of A Systematic Series of School Geographies by S. S. Cornell. Chicago: S. C. Griggs and Co., undated 

5-SI 95

George B. Haldeman. A System of Physical Geography...A Treatise on the Physical Geography of the United States by D. M. Warren, illustrated by twenty copper-plate and electrotyped maps and charts. Philadelphia: H. Cowperthwait and Co., 1863 

5-SI 96

George B. Haldeman. Mitchell's School Atlas. Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait and Co., undated 

5-SI 97

George B. Haldeman. The Analytical Speller by Richard Edwards and Mortimer A. Warren. Chicago: Geo. and C. W. Sherwood, 1870 

5-SI 98

Sarah Alice Haldeman. The New School Reader: Fourth Book. By Charles W. Sanders. Chicago: S. C. Griggs and Co., 1854 

6-SI 99

William Haldeman - Letter Book, 1856-1858 

6-SI 100

McConnell, Stuart, "E. Haldeman-Julius and the Little Blue Bookworms", March 1982 

6-SI 101

Newspaper clippings re: Henry Haldeman, 1964 

6-SI 102

Scott Mark. "The Little Blue Books in the War on Bigotry and Bunk" Kansas History 1:3, Autumn 1978 

6-SI 103

"JA Connections, The Haldemans." 2 page "tree" of their relationships, undated 

6-SI 104

Boxes 7-16 contain pamphlets published by the Haldeman-Julius Company. 

McCabe, Joseph. The Key to Culture. E. Haldeman-Julius, ed. Girard, Kan. The Haldeman-Julius company, 1927-? 

Box

The Key to Culture No. 1 The foundations of the universe: the fascinating story of the units of matter and energy that control universal activity (3 copies), Sept. 1, 1927 

7-SI

The Key to Culture No. 2. How the universe is constructed: the marvels of the stars and the great cosmic epic without beginning or end (3 copies), Sept. 15, 1927 

7-SI

The Key to Culture No. 3. The globe on which we live: all about the earth, the skies above the lands and the seas and the regions beneath (3 copies), Oct. 1, 1927 

7-SI

The Key to Culture No. 4. How life sprang from matter: What is the origin of life? What distinguishes it from "dead" matter? (3 copies), Oct. 1, 1927 

7-SI

The Key to Culture No. 5. How life developed from the simple to the complex: the evolution of life in the great ages of the past (3 copies), November 1, 1927 

7-SI

The Key to Culture No. 6 The marvelous kingdom of plant life: the fascinating story of the evolution of plants and flowers (3 copies), November 15, 1927 

7-SI

The Key to Culture No. 7. The marvelous kingdom of animal life: the amazing variety and wonderful lives of animals today (3 copies), c. 1927 

7-SI

The Key to Culture No. 8. How the bodies of animals are constructed: the anatomy and mechanism of the body (3 copies), c. 1927 

7-SI

The Key to Culture No. 9. Man's mastery of life: how science has solved the problem of man's food supply (1 copy), c. 1927 

8-SI

The Key to Culture No. 10. The story of the evolution of man: mankind's struggle and progress from pre-historic eras to today (2 copies), c. 1927 

8-SI

The Key to Culture No. 11. Life among the many peoples of the Earth: the story of the races of mankind and their relationship (2 copies), c. 1927 

8

The Key to Culture No. 12. The human body and how it works: the wonderful efficiency of man's amazing body-machine (4 copies), c. 1927 

8-SI

The Key to Culture No. 13. How the human body begins and grows: the building of the body through embryonic development (3 copies), c. 1928 

8-SI

The Key to Culture No. 14. The myriad-mysteries of the mind: the labyrinth of the human brain and its exploration (3 copies), c. 1928 

8-SI

The Key to Culture No. 15. The beginning of man's story of himself: the dawn of history and the origin of civilization (3 copies), c. 1928 

8-SI

The Key to Culture No. 16. The wonders of ancient Egypt and Babylon: the magnificent civilizations of the Nile Valley and the Persian Gulf (3 copies), c. 1928 

8-SI

The Key to Culture No. 17. The splendors of Greece and Rome: the glorious culture of ancient Athens and the Eternal City (3 copies), c. 1928 

9-SI

The Key to Culture No. 18. The strange civilizations of China and India: Asiatic culture personified in Buddha and Confucius (3 copies), c. 1928 

9-SI

The Key to Culture No. 19. A true picture of Europe in the middle ages: the medieval degradation of art, science and culture (5 copies), c. 1928 

9-SI

The Key to Culture No. 20. The stirring story of the rise of modern Europe: a complete account from the Reformation to the French Revolution (3 copies), c. 1928 

9-SI

The Key to Culture No. 21. The dawn of the new age and the birth of the modern spirit: the triumph of rationalism and skepticism in the world's history (3 copies), c. 1928 

9-SI

The Key to Culture No. 22. The graphic account of the history of America: the essentials of the story of American growth and progress (3 copies), c. 1928 

9-SI

The Key to Culture No. 23. Man and his submission to being ruled: the evolution of government and political forms (3 copies), c. 1928 

9-SI

The Key to Culture No. 24. How man acquires and spends his money: the elements of economics (3 copies), c. 1928 

10-SI

The Key to Culture No. 25. The story of economic ideals in man's social status: the history of economic theories (3 copies), c.1928 

10-SI

The Key to Culture No. 26. A manual of money and wealth and what they mean: important facts about the economic life of man (3 copies), c.1928 

10-SI

The Key to Culture No. 27. The story of human social ideas: the history of all that man has hoped for and desired in social reform (3 copies), c.1928 

10-SI

The Key to Culture No. 28. Important facts about the great writers of antiquity: the literature of Egypt, Babylon, Assyria, etc. (3 copies), c. 1928 

10-SI

The Key to Culture No. 29. Important facts about the great writers of the middle ages: including Abelard, Chaucer, Dante, and Cervantes (3 copies), c.1928 

10-SI

The Key to Culture No. 30. Important facts about the great modern writers: all the notable writers from about 1750 to the end of the nineteenth century (3 copies), c.1928 

10-SI

The Key to Culture No. 31. Writers of today and their message to the world: including a guide to contemporary literature and its tendencies (3 copies), c.1928 

11-SI

The Key to Culture No. 32. Ancient art summarized and explained: a simple account of the art of the Egyptians, Babylonians, etc. (3 copies), c.1928 

11-SI

The Key to Culture No. 33. Medieval art summarized and explained: a simple account of the medieval trend of all artistic expression (3 copies), c.1928 

11-SI

The Key to Culture No. 34. Modern art summarized and explained: a simple account of contemporary artistic expression and its meaning (3 copies), c.1928 

11-SI

The Key to Culture No. 35. The art of thinking and reasoning logically: the development of logic and its elemental precepts (4 copies), c.1928 

11-SI

The Key to Culture No. 36. The complete story of philosophy: a primer for everyman of the entire history of philosophy (3 copies), c.1928 

11-SI

The Key to Culture No. 37. The manual of human morality: a complete summary of theories of ethics and laws of behavior (2 copies), c.1928 

12-SI

The Key to Culture No. 38. The story of human education: the history and theory of science and teaching (2 copies), c.1928 

12-SI

The Key to Culture No. 39. All about psycho-analysis and applied psychology: scientific investigations and philosophical theories of the mind (2 copies), c.1929 

12-SI

The Key to Culture No. 40. Important facts about the progress of science: a complete history of scientific advance (2 copies), c.1929 

12-SI

McCabe, Joseph. Black International. Girard, Kan., Haldeman-Julius Publications, c. 1941-1942 

Box

Black International No. 1. The Vatican's last crime: how the Black International joined the world-plot against freedom, liberalism, and democracy, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 2. How the Pope of peace traded in blood: the red Pope, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 3. The Pope helps Hitler to world-power: how the cross courted the swastika for eight years, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 4. The Vatican buries international law: how Mussolini and the yellow brother got their share, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 5. Hitler dupes the Vatican: how the Papacy was sold in Austria and sold civilization in Czecho- Slovakia, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 6. The war and Papal intrigue: how the new Pope talked peace and worked for war, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 7. The pious traitors of Belgium and France: how the preaching of peace fizzled out, and why, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 8. The Pope and the Italian jackal: how Mussolini's invisible legions were blessed, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 9. Atheist Russia shakes the world: how the wicked Bolsheviks are to save our Christian civilization, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 10. Fascist Romanism defies civilization: How the Pope keeps to the plot while the world curses it, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 11. The totalitarian church of Rome: its Fuehrer, its Gauleiter, its Gestapo, and its money-box, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 12. The tyranny of the clerical Gestapo: Catholics the most priest-ridden of all people, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 13. Rome puts a blight on culture: the Roman church the poorest in culture and the richest in crime, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 14. The church the enemy of workers: Rome is the natural ally of all exploiters, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 15. The Church defies modern life: one sound Catholic boast -- we never change, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 16. The holy faith of Romanists: how Catholics are hypnotized about their weird creed, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 17. How the faith is protected: the unique apparatus of the black international to secure loyalty, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 18. The artistic sterility of the Church: how the Church stupefies folk by crude emotionalism, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Black International No. 19. The Fruits of Romanism: the Catholic Church does far more harm than good, c. 1941-1942 

12-SI

Big Blue Books. Girard, Kan, The Haldeman-Julius company. 

Box

Studies in rationalism, by E. Haldeman Julius, 1925 

13-SI

Clarence Darrow's plea in defense of Loeb and Leopold, 1926 

13-SI

The truth about the Catholic Church, by Joseph McCabe, 1926 

13-SI

Rome irreconcilable with democracy, by Joseph McCabe, 1946 

13-SI

A modern analysis of Biblical sex scandals, by D. O Cauldwell, 1947 

13-SI

When are girls promiscuous? By D. O. Cauldwell, 1947 

13-SI

The lies and fallacies of the Encyclopedia Britannica, by Joseph McCabe (2 copies), 1947 

13-SI

Eighty years a rebel, by Joseph McCabe, 1947 

13-SI

God and Mammon, by J. A. Hobson, 1947 

13-SI

Religion and crime, by Frank Swancara, 1947 

13-SI

Bad by-products of religion, 1947 

13-SI

How intelligent are we? by B. Liber, 1948 

13-SI

The encyclopedia of essential knowledge, by Joseph McCabe. v. 3, 1948 

13-SI

The encyclopedia of essential knowledge, by Joseph McCabe. v. 4, 1948 

13-SI

Mysterious disappearances of men and women in the USA, Britain and Europe, by Harold T. Wilkins, 1948 

13-SI

The dumbness of the great, by Joseph McCabe, 1948 

13-SI

How to renew life at 45, by A. Strachstein, 1948 

13-SI

The American mind, by B. Liber, 1948 

13-SI

Your blood pressure and what you should know about it, by D. O. Cauldwell, 1948 

13-SI

My first 25 years, by E. Haldeman-Julius, 1949 

13-SI

My second 25 years, by E. Haldeman-Julius, 1949 

13-SI

Haldeman-Julius Monthly. Girard, Kan., The Haldeman Julius company, 1924-1931 

Box

Haldeman-Julius Monthly. Vol. 3, No. 3, Feb. 1926 

14-SI

Haldeman-Julius Monthly. Vol. 4, No. 2, July 1926 

14-SI

Haldeman-Julius Monthly. Vol. 8, No. 3, July 1928 

14-SI

The Debunker and the American Parade. Girard, Kan., The Haldeman-Julius company, 1924-1931 

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The Debunker and the American Parade, April, 1929 

14-SI

The Debunker and the American Parade (2 copies), July 1929 

14-SI

The Debunker and the American Parade, August 1929 

14-SI

The Debunker and the American Parade, September 1929 

14-SI

The Joseph McCabe Magazine. Girard, Kan., The Haldeman-Julius company, 1930-? 

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The Joseph McCabe Magazine Vol. 1, No. 9, November 1, 1930 

14-SI

The Joseph McCabe Magazine Vol. 1, No. 10, November 15, 1930 

14-SI

The Joseph McCabe Magazine Vol. 1, No. 11, December 1, 1930 

14-SI

The Joseph McCabe Magazine Vol. 1, No. 12, December 15, 1930 

14-SI

The Reviewer's Library 

Box

The so-called "Protocols of the Elders of Zion", by Isaac Goldberg (2 copies), 1936 

14-SI

Joseph McCabe: fighter for freethought, by Isaac Goldberg and Ask Haldeman-Julius, by Joseph McCabe, 1936 

14-SI

McCabe, Joseph. The true story of the Roman Catholic Church: in six double volumes. Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Publications, (Includes 6 issues, 2 volumes each), 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 1. How the Roman Catholic Church really began, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 2. How the Roman Church became wealthy and corrupt, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 3. How the Pope's power was made and enforced, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 4. How Rome made and ruled the dark ages, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 5. How people were made to submit to papal power, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 6. The true relation of Rome to the revival of art, letters and learning, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 7. The height of the papal regime of vice and crime, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 8. How Rome fought attempts to reform morals, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 9. The truth about the 'reform' of Rome, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 10. The last alliance of church and state, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 11. Roman Catholic intrigues of the nineteenth century, 1930 

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The True Story of the Roman Catholic Church Vol. 12. The Roman Catholic Church as it is today, 1930 

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The A B C Library of Living Knowledge. Girard, Kan., The Haldeman-Julius company 

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The A B C Library of Living Knowledge No. 3. Economic gains of the Soviet Union, by Joseph McCabe, c.1937 

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The A B C Library of Living Knowledge No. 13. Your body and its functions, by Joseph McCabe, c.1938 

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McCabe, Joseph. The Freethinker's Library. Girard, Kan., The Haldeman-Julius company, undated 

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The 'How-To' Series, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius. 

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The 'How-To' Series Nos. 7, 8, 9. How to become a philosopher, How to become a logician, and How to become a mathematician, by Bertrand Russell, c. 1942. 

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The Critic and Guide. Girard, Kan, Haldeman-Julius Publications. 

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Haldeman-Julius Quarterly. Girard, Kan., The Haldeman-Julius company 

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Haldeman-Julius Quarterly Vol. 1, no. 2, (2 copies), Jan. 1927 

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Haldeman-Julius Quarterly Vol. 1, no. 3, April, 1927 

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Haldeman-Julius Quarterly Vol. 1, no. 4, July-September, 1927 

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Haldeman-Julius Quarterly Vol. 2, no. 1, October-December, 1927. 

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Ghent, W.J. The Appeal to Reason Almanac and Arsenal of Facts for 1916. Girard, Kan., Appeal to Reason, 1916 

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Ghent, W. J. The Appeal to Reason Almanac and Arsenal of Facts for 1917. Girard, Kan., Appeal to Reason, 1917 

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