5 edition of The reminiscences of Mary H. Vorse found in the catalog.
The reminiscences of Mary H. Vorse
Mary Heaton Vorse
1957 by Oral History Research Office, Columbia University .
Written in English
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Frank Strong, operative "No. But this organizing drive would be different: Twenty-one pairs of organizers were put through a special course in the Denver [UMWA] office and then sent into the Southern Field. He studied race relations on the Pacific Coast and took trips to Hawaii, Japan, and China to further his research. In addition to writing, Taggard was also a teacher. United States Chamber of Commerce plan thwarted[ edit ] During the first week of Februarythe Internet hacker cooperative Anonymous released e-mails which appear to show that the U. The Flower of the DragonRichard Boyle.
Tyler George C. He tried versifying himself, which, he confessed, was not good. Why are the employers never indicted for underpaying their workers? This enthusiasm I shall always remember as his first and most conspicuous quality, and I am glad to have known him in his youth when the skies glowed with the dawn of a glad new day. She remained closely associated with the Communist Party throughout her adult life. Wolf and other members of the Taggard family.
Most of them do not speak English at all, and of course the different nationalities cannot communicate with each other. Interstate Commerce Act Did the West Undo the East? My younger brother discovered him as a storyteller. Sinclair Lewis would often drop in for an evening in the room in "dirty Durfee" where I was living with Chauncey Brewster Tinker. He made friends with officers of the company and, where possible, hired out as a coal company spotter
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When it was all over he recalled: The reminiscences of Mary H. Vorse book Government goes at them with guns.
O'Neill — Gene was dying, it seemed, and something had to be done about it at once. He cussed the unions and their leadership, and obtained a job in the heavily guarded mines. It was during the second half of the college year that his friends really begin to know him.
He was always, you will note, on the side of the angels. My own acquaintance with Lewis had been formed as early as September UB does not own all available titles. Jones, Joseph A. Most of the papers are from the s, specifically the period of the Pacific Coast Survey a survey of the Oriental population living in California and Seattle.
The people are ready to scurry to their houses when the deputized police and the detectives with shotguns and rifles march imposingly past. There seems to be some strange and mournful holiday.
Our small hotel circle and their friends found a great deal of amusement in the "fool" things Harry did, as it was generally recognized by this time that he would never amount to very much.
He will frequently create the impression that the fund is dishonestly handled by the union officials. Interested, he took a detour back to Michigan.
Examples include With the New York papers full of stories of mayhem, Mary Heaton Vorse found just the opposite: Quote: After the accounts of riot and bloodshed, after the warnings one has received concerning the violent character of the strikers, it was very strange to go through the silent, desolate streets.
It includes personal and professional correspondence, manuscripts, notes, articles, course material, speeches, interviews, life histories, notebooks, diaries, bibliographies, outlines, student papers, newspaper clippings, offprints and typescripts, and scrapbooks.
Park effectively dropped out, though, after discovering a book which attacked the methodological problem he had come to think was most important. Access The last reel of microfilm is a complete index. InPark graduated with a Ph. The remaining five were Pinkertons.
All membership cards were issued in secret, as members not of a local, but of the international union. Most of these friends roomed on University Place just a step away from "The Commons. An immense quantity of archives from the corporation were released.
He also admitted to being a Pinkerton agent, and to being in the pay of the Mine Owners' Association. Call up every question you can in reference to racial hatred between these two nationalities. His The reminiscences of Mary H. Vorse book close friends, after their own study period for the next day's assignment, would drift around to O'Neill's room about 3 or 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc. In the selections included The reminiscences of Mary H. Vorse book this early period of his life, Eugene O'Neill is remembered by George Tyler as a baby, by William Lee as a very bad young actor, and by Warren Hastings and Richard Weeks as an enthusiastic drinker and indifferent Princeton student; Pierre Loving describes him as a barroom critic; Frederick Latimer, Art McGinley, and Robert Woodworth remember him as a rather clueless cub reporter, and Clayton Hamilton as an ambitious young writer.
It cannot be said that his year at Princeton was fruitless.Vorse, Mary Heaton, Reminiscences of Mary Heaton Vorse: oral history, Columbia University in the City of New York, Columbia University Libraries.
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