Letters & Correspondences

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Letters & Correspondences

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Letters and correspondences written by Eugene V Debs.

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Letter to the Editor of Locomotive Firemen’s Monthly Magazine in Dayton, Ohio, from Eugene V. Debs in Terre Haute, Indiana
Letter to the Editor of Locomotive Firemen’s Monthly Magazine in Dayton, Ohio, from Eugene V. Debs in Terre Haute, Indiana. Published as “From Terre Haute” in Locomotive Firemen’s Monthly Magazine, vol. 1, no. 2 (Jan. 1877), pp. 54-55.

Our Brotherhood
Poem signed “E.V.D.” published in Locomotive Firemen’s Monthly Magazine, vol. 1, no. 5 (April 1877), pg. 141

To the Friend of My Bosom
Poem signed “E.V.D.,” published in Locomotive Firemen’s Monthly Magazine, vol. 1, no. 7 (June 1877), pg. 201.

Further Suggestions on Insurance
Published in Locomotive Firemen’s Monthly Magazine, vol. 1, no. 9 (Aug. 1877), pp. 269-271.

The Situation in Ohio
The Situation in Ohio by Eugene V. Debs was Published in The Ohio Socialist [Cleveland], whole no. 50 (Jan. 8, 1919).

My Heart is with Mooney
Letter to Arthur E. Elmgreen in Chicago from Eugene V. Debs in Terre Haute, Jan. 11, 1919, which was Published in The Chicago Socialist. Reprinted under the headline “My Heart is with Mooney” in Truth [Duluth], Jan. 24, 1919, pg. 3.

Russell and His War Views: Letter to the Editor of The American Socialist
Russell and His War Views: Letter to the Editor of The American Socialist, January 29, 1916. by Eugene V. Debs was Published in The American Socialist [Chicago], v. 2, no. 29, whole no. 169 (Jan. 29, 1916), pg. 4.

Debs Appeals for Prisoners: Leader Requests that All Trade Unions and Societies Work for Release of War Prisoners
Debs Appeals for Prisoners: Leader Requests that All Trade Unions and Societies Work for Release of War Prisoners by Eugene V. Debs was Published in The New Age [Buffalo, NY], vol. 10, whole no. 499 (March 16, 1922), pg. 1.