Charles Edward Russell Papers [finding aid]. Library of Congress

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Charles Edward Russell Papers A Finding Aid to the Collection in the Library of Congress Prepared by C. Langston Craig

Manuscript Division, Library of Congress Washington, D.C.

2012 Contact information: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/mss.contact

Finding aid encoded by Library of Congress Manuscript Division, 2013 Finding aid URL: http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/eadmss.ms013133

Collection Summary Title: Charles Edward Russell Papers Span Dates: 1864-1941 Bulk Dates: (bulk 1900-1930) ID No.: MSS38570 Creator: Russell, Charles Edward,1860-1941 Extent: 12,000 items ; 53 containers ; 16 linear feet Language: Collection material in English Repository: Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Abstract: Author and journalist. Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, writings, subject files, scrapbooks, clippings, printed matter, and other papers relating principally to Russell's writings and to his activities on behalf of various progressive reform causes.

Selected Search Terms The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Library's online catalog. They are grouped by name of person or organization, by subject or location, and by occupation and listed alphabetically therein. People Brisbane, Arthur, 1864-1936--Correspondence. Darrow, Clarence, 1857-1938--Correspondence. Darrow, Ruby, 1869-1957--Correspondence. De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975--Correspondence. Hurst, Fannie, 1889-1968--Correspondence. Hyndman, H. M. (Henry Mayers), 1842-1921--Correspondence. MacSwiney, Mary, 1872-1942--Correspondence. Marlowe, Julia, 1865-1950--Correspondence. McAdoo, W. G. (William Gibbs), 1863-1941--Correspondence. McGaffey, Ernest, 1861- --Correspondence. Rodriguez, Eulogio Balan, 1893- --Correspondence. Root, Elihu, 1845-1937. Russell, Charles Edward, 1860-1941. Tardieu, André, 1876-1945--Correspondence. Thompson, Carl Dean, 1870-1949--Correspondence. White, William Allen, 1868-1944--Correspondence. Organizations United States. Special Diplomatic Mission to Russia. Subjects Agricultural industries. Civil rights. Economic history. Humanitarianism. Labor unions. Literature. Lumber trade. Music. Poetry. Prisons. Railroads. Reformers. Social movements--United States. Socialism.

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Trusts, Industrial. Women--Suffrage. World War, 1914-1918--Europe. World War, 1914-1918--Russia. Zionism. Places Asia--Description and travel. England--Description and travel. Europe--Description and travel. Ireland--History--Autonomy and independence movements. Ireland. Palestine. Philippines--Biography. Philippines. Russia--Description and travel. Russia--Foreign relations--United States. United States--Foreign relations--20th century. United States--Foreign relations--Russia. United States--Social conditions--20th century. Titles Everybody's magazine. Occupations Authors. Journalists.

Administrative Information Provenance The papers of Charles Edward Russell, journalist and author, were given to the Library of Congress by his widow, Theresa H. Russell, in 1942. Processing History The Charles Edwards Russell Papers were processed in 1975. The finding aid was revised in 2012. Transfers Photographs have been transferred to the Library's Prints and Photographs Division where they are identified as part of these papers. Copyright Status The status of copyright in the unpublished writings of Charles Edward Russell is governed by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U.S.C.). Access and Restrictions The papers of Charles Edward Russell are open to research. Researchers are advised to contact the Manuscript Reading Room prior to visiting. Many collections are stored off-site and advance notice is needed to retrieve these items for research use. Preferred Citation Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Container number, Charles Edward Russell Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

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Biographical Note Date 1860, Sept. 25

Event Born, Davenport, Iowa

1881

Graduated, St. Johnsbury Academy, Vermont

1881-1883

Reporter, Davenport Gazette

1884

Married Abby Osborne Rust (died 1901)

1883-1894

Reporter, editor, and freelancer, Minneapolis, Minn., Detroit, Mich., and New York, N.Y.

1894-1897

City editor, New York World

1897-1899

Managing editor, New York American

1900-1902

Publisher, Chicago American

1908

Joined Socialist Party

1909

Married Theresa Hirschl

1910

Socialist candidate for governor, New York

1912

Socialist candidate for governor, New York

1913

Socialist candidate for mayor, New York, N.Y.

1914

Socialist candidate for senator from New York

1917

Member, Root Commission to Russia

1918

Commissioner to Great Britain for U.S. Committee on Public Information

1919

Member, President's Industrial Commission

1928

Received Pulitzer Prize for biography, The American Orchestra and Theodore Thomas

1932-1933

President, U.S. Civil Legion

1941, Apr. 23

Died, Washington, D.C.

Major Works of Charles Edward Russell Date 1901

Event Such Stuffs as Dreams. Indianapolis: Bowen-Merrill

1904

The Twin Immortalities and Other Poems. Chicago: Hammersmark Publishing Co.

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1905

The Greatest Trust in the World. New York: Ridgway-Thayer

1907

The Uprising of the Many. New York: Doubleday

1908

Lawless Wealth. New York: B. W. Dodge Thomas Chatterton, the Marvelous Boy. New York: Moffat

1909

Songs of Democracy and on Other Themes. New York: Moffat, Yard

1910

Why I Am a Socialist. New York: Hodder and Stoughton, George H. Doran

1911

Business, the Heart of the Nation. New York: John Lane

1912

The Passing Show of Capitalism. Girard, Kan.: Appeal to Reason Stories of the Great Railroads. Chicago: C. H. Kerr

1914

Doing Us Good and Plenty. Chicago: C. H. Kerr The Story of Wendall Phillips. Chicago: C. H. Kerr These Shifting Scenes. New York: Hodder and Stoughton, George H. Doran

1918

Unchained Russia . New York: D. Appleton

1919

Bolshevism and the United States. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill After the Whirlwind. New York: George H. Doran

1920

The Story of the Nonpartisan League. New York: Harper and Brothers

1922

The Outlook for the Philippines. New York: Century Railroad Melons, Rates and Wages. Chicago: C. H. Kerr

1923

The Hero of the Filipinos; The Story of José Rizal, Poet, Patriot and Martyr, with Eulogio Balan Rodreguez. New York: Century

1926

Julia Marlowe, Her Life and Art. New York: D. Appleton

1927

The American Orchestra and Theodore Thomas. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page

1928

A-Rafting on the Mississip'. New York: Century

1929

From Sandy Hook to 62̊ . New York: Century An Hour of American Poetry. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott

1930

Charlemagne, First of the Moderns. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Haym Salomon and the Revolution. New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corp.

1931

Blaine of Maine. New York: Cosmopolitan Book Corp.

1933

Bare Hands and Stone Walls. New York: C. Scribner's Sons

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Scope and Content Note The papers of Charles Edward Russell (1860-1941) span the years 1864-1941, with the bulk concentrated in the period 1900-1930. They include diaries, correspondence, writings, and printed matter documenting Russell's life and work as a reformer, journalist, and poet. The collection is organized into five series: Bound Volumes, Notebooks, Subject File, Writings, and Miscellany. Author of more than thirty published books and many newspaper and magazine articles, Russell began his career as a reporter. After serving in various journalistic posts, he achieved renown as a muckraker and Socialist during the 1901-1909 period through the publication of impassioned magazine articles and several books. The earlier writings – muckraking, biography, and poetry – are not well represented in the collection, but most of the papers reflect Russell's long and varied writing career, his personal commitment to socialism and humanitarianism, and his lifelong interests in music and poetry. The bulk of the collection consists of published and unpublished writings, including notes, resource materials, and related correspondence. Most of the correspondence is in the Bound Volume series. The lengthiest exchanges are with actress Julia Marlowe relating to personal and financial matters and poet Ernest McGaffey on literary issues. Other correspondents include, Arthur Brisbane, Clarence Darrow, Ruby Darrow, Éamon De Valera, Fannie Hurst, H. M. Hyndman, W. G. McAdoo (1863-1941), Eulogio Balan Rodriguez, Mary MacSwiney, André Tardieu, Carl Dean Thompson, and William Allen White. The Notebook series contains diaries and memoranda reflecting personal experiences, interviews, research work, and background data for various books and articles. Diaries date from 1905 to 1906 and 1914 to 1921. The first segment covers Russell's trip for an Everybody's Magazine assignment to do a series of articles on economic conditions in foreign countries. The later diaries describe his experiences in Europe at the outbreak of World War I, travels in Europe and Asia, and a series titled “Diaries of an Amateur Diplomat” that recounts Russell's travels as a presidential appointee to Russia and England. Included in the writings series are unpublished manuscripts of poem collections written by Russell during his later years. Many of these poems provide social comment and reflect Russell's personal and philosophical development as a reformer. Other poems, together with his prose writings, reaffirm his interest in music and its relationship to poetry. Subjects that recur most frequently are the Philippines and Filipino heroes, Ireland and Irish independence, railroads, and the United States Special Diplomatic Mission to Russia (Root Commission) in 1917. Other topics concern agribusiness, civil rights, lumber trusts, Palestine, Zionism, prison reform, woman suffrage, and labor unions.

Arrangement of the Papers The collection is arranged in five series: • Bound Volumes, 1864-1941 • Notebooks, 1883-1939 • Subject File, 1897-1940 • Writings, 1896-1940 • Miscellany, 1865-1940

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Description of Series Container BOX 1-23

Series Bound Volumes, 1864-1941 Letters received with attachments, drafts of letters sent, writings, speeches, reports, memoranda, clippings, lists, menus, schedules, printed matter, and general miscellany. Arranged chronologically.

BOX 24-31

Notebooks, 1883-1939 Diaries, memoranda, and background material relating to primarily to Russell's writings. Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically therein.

BOX 32-36

Subject File, 1897-1940 Writings, clippings, poems, plays, notes, lectures, reports, and printed matter, with some correspondence. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

BOX 37-47

Writings, 1896-1940 Articles, books, essays, fiction, lectures, notes, poems, a play, and a report. Arranged alphabetically by type of writing and therein by title or topic.

BOX 48-53

Miscellany, 1865-1940 Chiefly printed matter, articles by and about Russell, clippings, scrapbooks, menus, books, notes, and programs. Arranged alphabetically by type of material or subject.

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Container List Container

Contents

BOX 1-23

Bound Volumes, 1864-1941 Letters received with attachments, drafts of letters sent, writings, speeches, reports, memoranda, clippings, lists, menus, schedules, printed matter, and general miscellany. Arranged chronologically.

BOX 1 BOX 2 BOX 3 BOX 4 BOX 5 BOX 6 BOX 7 BOX 8 BOX 9 BOX 10 BOX 11 BOX 12 BOX 13 BOX 14 BOX 15 BOX 16 BOX 17 BOX 18 BOX 19 BOX 20 BOX 21 BOX 22 BOX 23 BOX 24-31

BOX 24

1864, Sept. 23-1909, June 25 1909, July2-1911, July 25 1911, Aug. 1-1912, Nov. 29 1912, Nov. 30-1915, July 10 1915, Sept. 15-1917, May 4 1917 May 7-June 15 June 17-July 23 July 24-Dec. 28 1918 Jan. 2-July 12 July 13-Dec. 18 1918, Dec. 20-1921, Mar. 14 1921, Mar. 19-1923, Apr. 24 1923, Apr. 28-1924, Nov. 13 1924, Dec. 16-1926, June 7 1926, June 10-1928, Oct. 23 1928, Nov. 17-1932, Apr. 14 1932, May 4-1934, Feb. 8 1934, Feb. 9-1935, Aug. 27 1935, Oct. 7-1937, Jan. 11 1937, Jan. 14-1938, May 30 1938, Jan.3-1939, June 21 1939, June 28-1940, Nov. 18 1940, Nov. 20-1941, Mar. 24 Notebooks, 1883-1939 Diaries, memoranda, and background material relating to primarily to Russell's writings. Arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically therein. Accounts Homestead, Minneapolis, Minn., 1889-1890 Travel notes, Japan and Italy, undated Agriculture, undated Blaine, James G., undated Booker, poems, etc., undated Charlemagne, Einhard, undated

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Notebooks, 1883-1939 Container

BOX 25

BOX 26

BOX 27

Contents Colton case (railroads), undated (2 folders) Deposit book, 1919-1933 Diaries “Diaries of an Amateur Diplomat” 1914 July 28-Aug. 26 (no. 1, Holland) Aug. 27-Sept. 15 (no. 2A, Holland, England) 1914, Sept. 15-30 and 1915, Apr. 4-May 1 (no. 2B, Holland, England) 1915, May 2-28 and 1916, June 17-July 16 (no. 3, England France) 1916, July 18-Sept. 17 (no. 4, England France) 1917 May 15-June 15 (no. 5, Russia) June 15-July 6 (no. 6, Russia) July 7-Aug. 19 (no. 7, Russia) 1918 Apr. 25-June 28 (no. 8, England) June 28-Sept. 4 (no. 9, England, France, Italy) Sept. 8-24 (no. 10, England, France) General 1905, June 15-Dec. 14 (trip for Everybody's Magazine; Europe, Port Said, India) 1905, Dec. 16-1906, Apr. 7 (trip for Everybody's Magazine; Guinea, China, Japan, Hawaii) 1914, July-Aug. (no. 1, Rotterdam, Hague, Holland) 1917 May 15-June 2 (no. 1) June 3-29 (no. 2) June 30-Aug. 6 (no. 3) 1920-1921, Nov. 30-Feb. 12 (Japan) 1921, Feb. 13-Apr. 26 (Philippines) French language, undated Indians, foreign trade, circa 1913 Miscellaneous 1899-1900 (travel journal, notes) 1909[?] Buckley, William H. circa 1912 circa 1913 (Australia, New Zealand, Blackfeet) circa 1913 (Robert M. La Follette, Blackfeet) circa 1915 circa 1915 (no. 5) circa 1916 (railroads, social issues, etc.) circa 1918 (France, national debt, etc.) circa 1920 (China, Philippines, etc.) circa 1921 circa 1924 (railroads, Blackfeet) circa 1933 circa 1933, undated

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Notebooks, 1883-1939 Container

BOX 28

BOX 29

BOX 30

BOX 31

Contents circa 1937 (health, disease) Miscellaneous, undated, (6 folders) Miscellaneous, undated Allds, Kennedy, Buckley Dietz, lumber Freight rates, circa 1909 Hirt, Joseph Marlowe, Korea, Bosnin Notes for articles, post-1909 Notes on poetry Notes on Savage Railroads (3 folders) Railroads, Charlemagne Railroads, Congress, circa 1913 Railroads, notes on poetry, Shakespeare Research notes Research notes–Savage, Boswell, Johnson Soviets, France, André Tardieu Switzerland, India, Australia, Japan–economics Transumionism Travel journal, etc. Music, “Time Bar Studies” Music, French writers, undated “My Own Anthology, “ No. 1 No. 2 No. 3, colorist A [circa 1924] No. 4, colorists B No. 5, general Naval heroes, undated Philippines No. 1, circa 1920 (education, finances) No. 2, undated No. 3, undated Poems 1883-1885 circa 1925 circa 1926-1927 circa 1931-1935 circa 1935 circa 1938-1939 Undated (3 folders) Undated Poems, notes, circa 1920

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Notebooks, 1883-1939 Container

Contents Railroads, circa 1913 (2 folders) Railroads, etc., circa 1919, circa 1935 Railroads, undated (3 folders) Railroads, undated No. 1, NYC No. 2, Van. NYC No. 3, L.S. NYC & L., No. 1 Railroad rates, undated St. Gall. [?] undated Savage, undated Slavery, undated (Civil War) Salomon, Haym, undated (2 folders) Copies of 1781-1782 correspondence Copies of 1783 material Vladivostok (June diary notes)

BOX 32-36

BOX 32

BOX 33

Subject File, 1897-1940 Writings, clippings, poems, plays, notes, lectures, reports, and printed matter, with some correspondence. Arranged alphabetically by subject. Amory, William Nowland, article on Japan, circa 1938 See also Container 39, “Unveiling Futurity” Australia, clippings book (Labor Party, Industrial Disputes Act), 1908 “Chatterton,” musical scores, etc. Hunter, Robert (clippings from Chicago Daily Socialist), 1908-1909 Hyndman, Ruth Travers, book review (on H. M. Hyndman's Clemenceau), circa 1919 Keasbey, Lindley M., article typescript, “Wealth and Its Ways,” undated McGaffey, Ernest Book typescripts Ballades and Idyls, undated Ballades and Lyrics, undated Sonnets to a Wife, 1917 Poems, 1917-1937, undated See also Container 49, War , poems by Ernest McGaffey, McGaffey, Louise, poems, undated Owlett, F. C., essay, “An Imaginary Conversation,” circa 1928 Palestine, Department of State, 1931 “Mandate” and Russell notes, circa 1936 Philippines Biographical material Aguinaldo, Emilio Arellano, Cayetano S. by Clemente O. Genato, 1926 by Javier Gonzales, 1926

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Subject File, 1897-1940 Container

BOX 34

Contents by José Batungbacal, 1926 Bagay, Nicolas de la Cruz Bonifacio, Andres (court-martial), 1926 Burgos, José Burgos, José Apolonis, by Ramon Ramon (Education Prize), 1925 Caleron, Felipe G., by Serafin S. Quefada Carpena y Evangelista, by Eleuteria S. Gonzales Cui, Don Pedro, by Eugenia De Ayala, Margarita Roxas, by Rosario M. Portilla (Education Prize), 1915 De la Cruz, Apolinario, by Rosendo Baltazar Del Pan, Rafael, by M. M. Norton Del Pilar, Gregorio, 1923 Del Pilar, Gregorio, by John T. McCutcheon (also “Aguinaldo's Rear Guard”) Del Pilar, Marcelo H. By Aguedo Cagingin, 1922 By Arseno de Leon, 1926 Del Rosario, Anacieto, by J. C. Montenegro, 1926 Del Rosario y Sales, Anacieto, 1914 By Perfecto Nepomuceno By Dolores Asuncion Evangelista, Edilberto By Leon de Guzman Rodriguez notes, 1897 Guazon, Potenciano Carillo Hidalgo y Padilla, Felix Eduardo, by Miguel Regidor Nadres, 1927 Jacinto, Emilio, by Epifanio de los Santos Jaena, Graciano Lopez, by D. T. Thalla Jalandoni, Don Estaban By Francisco B. Omaña By Jose Buhay, 1921-1922 Luna, Juan, anonymous, 1914 Luna Antonio By Mariano Ampil (Education Prize), 1924 By Severo A. Satuito, 1926 Rodriguez, Eugelio Balan, notes and clippings, 1926 Luna y Novicio, Antonio, by Manuel Artigas y Cuerva, 1926 Mabini, Apolonario, by Jorge Bocobo Malvar, Miguel By Cristanto C. Reves By Luz Malvar, 1926 By Roque B. Dimaltulac Mendiola, Enrique, by Antonio Bangson, 1927 Miscellaneous, by Austin Craig, 1919 Natividad, Mamerto, Eulogio Balan Rodriguez notes Panday-Pilak Panday-Pira

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Subject File, 1897-1940 Container

BOX 35

BOX 36

Contents Pinpin, Tomas, by M. Artigas Tamblot, by Isidoro Acuram Torres-Bugallon, José Villamore, Ignacio, by Eulogio Balan Rodriguez, 1939 Yangco, Luis R., circa 1906 Printed matter Every Day New and Wonder, by Lorenzo Delos Reyes, circa 1925 “Filipinos y Filipinistas,” by Epifanio de los Santos Cristóbal, 1909 “Florante” (and criticisms), 1916, 1926 Gems of Philippine Oratory, by Austin Craig, 1924 Miscellaneous, 1909-1925 “The Music and Theater,” by Raymundo C. Bañas, 1924 “The Philippine Revolution,” book typescript by Apolinario Mabini Research Rizal, José, photocopies of drawings, manuscripts, etc. Rodriguez, Eulogio Balan Lecture on Bataan Province, 1926 Lists of eminent Filipinos, 1925 Notes, writings on heroes, 1926 Writings On José Rizal, 1925 On Tavera's excursion to Naic, Cavite, 1925 “Rajahs or Kings Met by Magellan,” 1926 Tavera, T. H. Pardo de, address on Yangoo, 1924 Thesis, “The Literature of the Propaganda Movement, 1882-1895,” by Paz T. Policarpio, 1925 Plays Prompt copies “Königsmark” “Romeo and Juliet” (Julia Marlowe) “The Cenci” (Julia Marlowe) “The Duchess of Malfi” “The Pierrot of Minuet” (Julia Marlowe) “The Spanish Gypsy” Shakespeare (typescripts) “As You Like It” (prompt copy?) “Much Ado about Nothing” (prompt copy?) “The Merchant of Venice” Unknown author, typescript, “Anne Boleyn” Poems For anthology or lecture? Miscellaneous (unknowns, poetry club) Patriotic Twenty-five Americans, unknowns, etc. For lectures [?] John Hay and Lowell

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Subject File, 1897-1940 Container

Contents Wordsworth, Shelley, and others Polovtsev, V. N., “Some Practical Propositions” (on Russia and Allied economics), circa 1918 Russell, Abby Osborne Rust Lecture On “Hamlet” and notes, circa 1900 On “King Lear,” 1899, Dec. 13-20[?] On Shakespeare and plays, circa 1900 On “The Winter's Tale,” circa 1900 Miscellaneous printed matter Russell, Lizzie, essay, 1878 Russia Exiles, Alexander M. Lockwitzky, 1904-1916 Postcards and notes, circa 1917 Root Commission Log and photograph index , 1917, June 1-Aug. 8 Newspaper (Russian), 1917 Report, 1917, June-July (folder 1 includes appendices 1-5; folder 2 includes appendices 6-13) Stafford, Wendell Phillips, poems, essay on Civil War, note (1940), undated William, Maurice, report, “The Cause and Cure of the Sino-Japanese Conflict” (for League of Nations), 1932-1933

BOX 37-47

BOX 37

Writings, 1896-1940 Articles, books, essays, fiction, lectures, notes, poems, a play, and a report. Arranged alphabetically by type of writing and therein by title or topic. Articles “A Note about Good Business” “After Parliaments, What?,” circa 1925 “Allegretto no Marciale” (on Latin Press Union), circa 1915 “America Comes Out of the Musical Neolithic,” circa 1928 “Being an Attraction” (on the Chautauqua) “Brahms Symphony No. 1" (with Margaret Tolson) “Civil War History as Taught in Certain Text Books,” circa 1932 “In Defense of Journalese” “International House” (by W. J. Rutledge) “Is God Dead?” (on wars), circa 1925 “Journalism for Revenue Only,” proofs “Late Styles in Dictatorships” (Italy), circa 1926 “Machines That Crashed to Earth” (on Marne and Jutland battles) “Off the Chart and on a Lee Shore” (introduction to American history), 1923 On American ideals, South Seas, circa 1919 Anti-Semitism, circa 1925 British propaganda in United States, circa 1925 Britten, Henry Hyndman, Henry M.

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Writings, 1896-1940 Container

BOX 38

BOX 39

Contents British propaganda (three articles), circa 1919 Democracy (last chapter, “And this Signifies” or “Hence We Infer”) Democracy, circa 1925 Foreign trade, circa 1903 Freight, railroads, including notes, circa 1910 Ireland Lenin Lumber “Oil scandal” and election Palestine, Zionism, H. Libinsky, 1939 Paris murders Breton, Jacques Menaud, Catherine Mercier, Eloise Valeton, Jules Peace Conference, circa 1919 Possibility of war, (Carlsbad), circa 1930 Russia Senate speeches Vivisection, by W. J. Rutledge, circa 1938 Vivisection Voice quality War debts, circa 1922 War debts, repudiation, circa 1914 “Some Notes on the Shakespearean Technique” “That Eiffel Tower,” 1909 “The Assault on Democracy,” circa 1925 “The Badge of our Tribe” (fragments) “The Day of the Two Americas” (foreign trade), circa 1913 “The Hatred Factory” (notes) “The Influence of Washington Society on National Politics” (proofs), circa 1925 “The Judicial Murder of Prof. Ferrar” (Barcelona) “The Labor Situation in England,” circa 1930 “The Magazine Soft Pedal” “The Mayor of Senlis” (by W. J. Rutledge), 1915 “The Murders at the Dally House and Elsewhere” (copper mining) Hunta, John (defense of) MacDonald, W. J. “The Mysterious Octopus” (proof) (lumber trusts), 1912 “The Old and the New Systems” (Russia) “The Phantom Host That Never Came,” (conscription), circa 1915 “The Political Aspirations of the Polish Nation,” circa 1917 “The Political Campaigns of 1920 and 1924,” circa 1925 “The Race Problem in America,” circa 1925 “The Swiss National Game” (singing)

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Writings, 1896-1940 Container

BOX 40

BOX 41

Contents “The Wonder of the Monocle” (also “The New Era in Men's Attire,” by W. J. Rutledge), circa 1911 “Transportation for Seven Years” (British labor unions) “Unveiling Futurity” (Japan and astrology), circa 1938 See also Container 32, Amory, William Nowland, article on Japan “What Price Ugliness?,” by W. J. Rutledge “When a City Took the Blind Staggers” (Chicago, Ill.) Articles on poetry “Adventures in Form” (fragment) “Color and the Colorists” (proofs) First survey Second survey “Melody and the Melodist” (proof) On free verse (by John Dennis, Jr.) On poetry and music (typescript and drafts) On poetry and music (Tennyson) “Shelley and Music” (with drafts) “The Foundation of the Faith” (proof) (from book?) “The Laureate of the Linotype,” etc. (by W. J. Rutledge on free verse), circa 1939 “The Testimony of the Poets” Biography “A Glimpse of an English Villon” (Savage) “A Pioneer Editor in Iowa” or “Anti-Slavery Editor in a Pro-Slavery Town” (Edward Russell) Books An Hour of American Poetry (1929) Days Among the Sun's Children (travel in the Orient, etc.), circa 1904-1906 Julia Marlowe, Her Life and Art (1926) Appendix Contents, chapter 6, notes Swinburne Notes Typescript (2 folders) Typescript, rewrites Tales from the Old English Dramatists, circa 1899 Chapters 1-7 Chapters 8-15 Chapters 1-5, 8-10, 13 Notes, 1896 The American Orchestra and Theodore Thomas (1927) , appendix, poem notes, etc. The Hero of the Filipinos; The Story of José Rizal, Poet, Patriot and Martyr (1923), with Eulogio Balan Rodriguez, miscellaneous drafts The Outlook for the Philippines (1922), Introduction, chapters 2-9 These Same Metre Ballad Mongers, circa 1933 Typescript Typescript, miscellaneous

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Writings, 1896-1940 Container BOX 42

BOX 43

BOX 44

Contents Typescript, working Typescript, working (with Lola Johnson, subtitled “Notes on Verse-Making and VerseMakers”) Book fragments Chapter 2, “When Holland Looked at the Cloudburst,” circa 1914 Chapter 3, untitled Chapter 5, “England,” circa 1916 Book reviews, “The Glories of Good Old Slavery” ( The Repressible Conflict, by Avery Craven), 1939 Essays On idealism, humanitarianism On socialism (2 folders) Fiction “A Vote for Valleydam” (or Appadam) (by W. J. Rutledge) “Billy Does His Stuff” (with drafts) “Cupid on the Irrawaddy” (“Billy” story) “Miss Hudspeth Plays a System” (also “Twenty-One and Red!”) “Old Joe” “The Liars” “The Mésalliance” (by W. J. Rutledge) Untitled sea story Lectures On poetry (colorists) “Studies in the Technique of Poetry” Miscellaneous Notes On American poetry, Tyndal experiments Old age Plays “Anne Boleyn” “Francesca da Rumini” “King Lear” “Macbeth” “The Taming of a Shrew” Shakespeare, Boker, etc. Notes, fragments On Composers, music Ireland, Philippines Poetry and music Racism Notes, printed matter, on railroad insolvency, circa 1900-1914 Proofs Play, “The Duke of Florence” Poems

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Writings, 1896-1940 Container

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Contents Books Carmina Nordica Typescript Drafts Impressions (poems about music) Pantheon Typescript Drafts Poems about Music (later, Impressions) Rhymes of a Supercargo Typescript, circa 1936 Miscellany San Francisco and Other Poems, circa 1940 Drafts Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Lists Miscellaneous drafts, fragments Holograph manuscripts., undated Typescripts, undated 1922, undated circa 1938-1939 Miscellaneous single drafts Found together, circa 1899-1900 Various titles, undated Multiple draft versions “A Ballade of Dead Men's Heads” “A Ballade of Imperialism” “A Ballade of King Emetrius” “A South Sea Credo,” circa 1936 “A Tree Lover's Calender,” circa 1936 “All Day Upon the Hübschhorn's . . .” (sonnet, “Robert Blum” or “Thomas Paine” or “Thomas Jefferson”) “Armand of Armand's Horse” (sonnet) “At Genoa” (villanelle) “At Stanstad” (villanelle) “At the Children's Concert” (to Stock) “Atavus,” circa 1936 “Ave, Ceasar Triumhalis” “Bach's Suite in B Minor” “Beethoven's Concerto in C Minor” “Beethoven's Piano Concerto in G-Major” “Black Care Still Pursues Them” (also “The Wail of the Bitter Old Fan”) “Brahms' Symphony in C Minor”

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Contents “Brahms” Symphony in D Major” “Brahms” Violin Concerto in D Major” “Commencement” “Compensation” (rondell) “Condorcet” (sonnet) “Contentment” (“Wisdom”– Violet Pierson) “Cult of the Jungfrau,” (Wilderswyl), 1934 “Czecho-Slovakia” “December Midnight in Minnesota” “Dirk Willemzoon” (North Holland, 1569) “Dogwood–Maryland Woods” “Dogwood in May” “Epithalamium” “Exeunt Omnes” (rondeau) “For the Love of a Guinea Hen,” circa 1936 “France” “France–1916" “Fraternité des Mutilés” (rondeau) “Fraternity” “Frederick Douglass” (sonnet) “Fugi-Yama from the Sea,” circa 1936 “Giuseppe Mazzini” (sonnet) “Gregorio del Pilar” (2 sonnets) “Hail! The Stone Hatchet” (on the collapse of the League of Nations, 1936) “Haym Salomon” “High Noon in the Gulf Stream,” circa 1936 “Home From the Chapel Services” (Maude S. Odell), 1936 “Hylas” “If You Prick Us” “In Memory of Robert G. Ingersoll” “In the Haunts of Tusitala” (“South Sea Islands”), circa 1936 “In the Year of Our Lord, 1938 “In Time of Depression” (also “In the Hour of the Eclipse,” “In Time of Reaction”) “Ireland in 1923" “John Brown” (sonnet) “John Milton” (sonnet) “José Rizal” (sonnet) “José Rizal (“Before the Firing Squad”) L'Aime de la France” “La Chimère” (Musee du Luxembourg, 1931) “Launcelot at Almesbury” “Mater Triumphalis” “Mortimer” (rondeau) “Mozart's C Major–The Jupiter” “Muriel MacSwiney” “Nathan Hale” (sonnet)

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Contents “Niklaus von der Flühe” (sonnet) “October Afternoon” (Sicilian octaves) “October Morning” “Ode for the Birthday of Washington,” 1932 “Off the Banks–Bound West,” circa 1936 “On a French Woman's Voice,” 1916 “On Certain Colors and Winds at Sea,” circa 1936 On Julia Marlowe (various titles) “On Launchings” “On Life as It Is” “On Sacred and Profane Love” “On the Blessed Contentment” “On the Centenary of Bayard Taylor” “On the Meditations of a Fool” “On the Old Illusion” “On the Road Together” “On the Tie Infrangible” “On the Ugly Face” “Owed to the Sulu Sea” “Padraic Pearse” (sonnet) “Palestine,” 1935 “Petunia Beds” (villanelle) “Physician” “Portrait of a Jewess” “Post Meridian” (rondeau) “Pygmalion” (to Frederick Stock) Quatrains (various titles) “Ranee of Jhansi” (Once There Was a Queen) “Ranee of Jhansi” (sonnet) “Reaction” “Robert Blum” (2 sonnets) “Robert G. Ingersoll” (sonnet) Rondelets (various titles) Roundels (after the Chaucerian canon) (various titles) “St. Julien L' Hospitalier” (sonnet) “San Francisco” (A New Year's Ode and Prayer) “Schubert's C Major” (rondeau) “Schubert's C Major” (The Blessing), circa 1937 “Schumann's C Major” “Sea Purples,” circa 1936 ’Self Slain” (two cemeteries–Zermatt and Monte Carlo) “Seni before the Murdered Wallenstein” (Munich) “Seven Piano Concertos” (various titles) “Shelly and Swinburne” “So Lost, So Fallen” (Italy in 1933, 1927) “Songs for Barbara” (various titles)

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Contents “Speaking of Castles” (also “Castles”) “Spirit in the Magnolias” (villanelle) “Stars and the Sea,” circa 1936 “Sun Yat Sen” (sonnet) “Thaddeus Stevens”(sonnet) “That Woman at Great Marlow” (Life of Shelley) “The Comedy of Nations”(to Volstead) “The Concerto” “The Hidden Hand” “The Highway of Success” (terza rima) “The Hübschorn” (rondeau) “The Little Brick House at Sing Sing” “The Maker of the Feast” “The Northwest Wind” (villanelle) “The Obscure and Unrecorded” (sonnet) “The Painted Cup” “The Recompense” “The Refuge Unfailing” “The Sectarial Mark” (or Sectarian), circa 1937 “The Southwest Wind” (villanelle) “The Spirit of the Mountains” (St. Moritz) “The Typhoon,” circa 1936 “The Way of a Tramp in the Sea,” circa 1936 “The Worker” “Threnodical” “To Charles R. Crane” “To Clifford Bax,” 1924 “To Ernest Bloch” “To Ernest McGaffey” “To Finland–1939 “To Frederick Stock” “To Mary MacSwiney” “To Mrs. Erskine Childers” “Toussaint L'Ouverture” (sonnet) “Trade Wind Clouds” (virelai nouveau0 “Two Phases of Samuel G. Blythe” “Typhoon Hymn,” Maude Ingersoll Probasco), circa 1936 “Vermont” (for the sesquicentennial) “Vocalization” (Violet Pierson) “Warfare I cannot wage . . .” (translation?) “Waterloo” “Wendell Phillips” (sonnet) “Winkelried” (sonnet) “Wold Tone and Robert Emmet” (sonnet) “Woodrow Wilson” (on the death of)

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Contents Report, National Recovery Review Board (typescripts and drafts), 1934-1935

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Miscellany, 1865-1940 Chiefly printed matter, articles by and about Russell, clippings, scrapbooks, menus, books, notes, and programs. Arranged alphabetically by type of material or subject. Books Chatterton (1893), by Ernest Lacy The Wooly Horse (1907), by Alexander S. Bacon Books, fiction and devotions, 1922, undated Calling cards, library slips, notes, ration stamps, etc., circa 1917-1936 Clippings Articles by and about Russell (Hearst), 1888-1903 Articles by Russell, 1901-1938 1901-1908 1909-1910 1912-1915 1919 (McClure Syndicate) 1928-1938 Undated Clippings and periodicals, articles by and about Russell, 1908-1938 Concert programs (annotated), 1908-1918, 1940 Concert programs (annotated), Theodore Thomas orchestra, 1908-1913 Honors and certificates, Howard University, Washington, D.C., and Pulitzer Prize, 1923, 1928 Music, etc. (Theodore Thomas) Notebook of poems, circa 1916, undated Pamphlets by Russell, 1881-1936 Printed matter (menus, programs, research material, railroads, sailing lists, travel, etc.), 1869-1938 War, poems by Ernest McGaffey, 1937 War cartoon book, America in the War (1918), by Louis Raemaekers Scrapbooks Clippings 1886-1901, articles by Russell 1902-1909, articles about and by Russell 1905-1908 Articles about Russell, reviews, etc. Articles by Russell ( Everybody's Magazine, Cosmopolitan, etc.) 1904-1907, articles by Russell, reviews, etc. Miscellaneous (clippings, pictures, unknown writers, etc.), circa 1865 The Coming Nation (Russell, editor), bound copy, 1910, Dec. 31-1911, Sept. 9 Wax seal

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