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Speech, Article, and Book File, 1898-1935 (continued)
Farmington, draft, undated See also Container 13, 1904-1905, same heading
The Story of My Life
Handwritten, undated
(3 folders)
Typewritten, undated
(1 folder)
BOX 9 (10 folders)
Publicity, circa 1932 See Oversize
BOX 10 Unidentified drafts and fragments, undated
(2 folders)
“Civilization at the Crossroads,” 1932
“Conditions in the Hawaiian Islands,” 1932
First Trust Club, 1923
“Is Life Worth Living?” 1916
“The Justice of the Boer Cause,” 1901
“Materialism: A Rational Hypothesis,” 1920
Negro question, 1926, undated
Society of Medical Jurisprudence, 1931
Supporting candidacy of Alfred Emanuel Smith, 1928
Warren Avenue Congregational Church, Chicago, Ill., 1935
“What I Think of Nazi Germany,” 1933
Whitman, Walt, undated
(2 folders)
“Workingmen and the Courts,” 1898
Miscellaneous writings, 1917-1934, undated
(3 folders)
BOX 11 (13 folders)
BOX 12 Biography File, 1938-1941
Correspondence between Ruby Darrow and Irving Stone and others relating to Clarence Darrow and notes and writings by Stone about Darrow.
Arranged by type of material or name of person and therein chronologically.
BOX 12 Correspondence
Darrow, Ruby (wife)
General, 1938-1941, undated
Stone, Irving, 1939-1941, undated
(5 folders)
Stone, Irving
General, 1939-1941, undated
Regarding anecdotes about Darrow, 1940-1941, undated
Writings and notes by Irving Stone, undated
(3 folders)
BOX 13-21 Printed Matter, 1894-1940
Printed material by or about Darrow, including magazine articles, books, pamphlets, and debates.
Organized in two sets. Set I is arranged according to type of publication and therein chronologically. Set II is arranged chronologically.
BOX 13 Set I
Periodicals and books
Current Topics, “Free Trade or Protection”
Open Court, “Moral Courage Rarer than Physical Bravery”
Address, “The Rights and Wrongs of Ireland”
Rubric, “Conduct and Profession”
International Socialist Review, “The Problem of the Negro”
1903, Leslie's Weekly, “People Talked About”
Farmington See also Container 8, same heading
Tomorrow, “Literary Style”
Pandex of the Press, “Rebellion, Armed or Otherwise? Aftermath of the Haywood Trial”
Golden Elk, “A Crayon Portrait of Clarence S. Darrow”
Current Literature, “Who Is This Man Darrow?”
“Clarence S. Darrow” (May 16)
“The Acquittal of Haywood” (Aug. 1)
1908, Everyman
Review of An Eye for an Eye (May)
“The Mystery of Law” (Oct.)
“Little Louis Epstein” (Dec.)
International Socialist Review, “The Holdup Man”
Union Labor Advocate, “Free Speech, Free Press”
Mirror, “The United States Prosperity Bulletin”
1910, Mirror
“The Late Elections” (Nov. 17)
“Darrow on Roosevelt” (Nov. 24)
American Magazine, “Why Men Fight for the Closed Shop”
Life, editorial
California Outlook, “The Unions and the Rest of Us”
Review of Reviews, “The Progress of the World”
Mirror, “The Tragedy of Darrow”
Town Talk, “Varied Types, Clarence Darrow”
Organized Labor, “Darrow's Triumph”
BOX 14 1913
Speeches and proceedings at a banquet in honor of Darrow
“Address on John Brown” (Mar.)
“Second Plea in His Own Defense” (May)
“Clarence Darrow on Land and Labor” (June)
“Crime and Criminals” (Aug.)
“Henry George” (Sept.-Oct.)
“Industrial Conspiracies” (Nov.-Dec.)
1914, Everyman
“Voltaire” (Jan.-Feb.)
“Armies and Navies” (Aug.-Sept.)
“Clarence Darrow on the Single Tax” (Oct.-Nov.)
“Clarence Darrow on the War” (Oct.-Nov.)
1915, Everyman
“If Men Had Opportunity” (Jan.-Feb.)
“Address to the Prisoners at Joliet” (Nov.)
“Not a Milk and Water Theory” (Dec.)
“An Appeal for the Despoiled” (Jan.)
“Robert Burns” (Feb.)
“The Skeleton in the Closet” (May)
“The Land Belongs to the People” (Sept.)
Athena, “A Memorial Address”
1917, The Liberal Review, “Schopenhauer”
Address, “War Prisoners”
Altgeld, John P., funeral address See also Oversize
Lecture, “Pessimism”
Reconstruction, “Rules of Conduct”
“Communism on Trial” (Mar.)
“Guilty: The General Strike” (Sept.)
Reedy's Mirror
“Darrow on Wilson” (Apr. 8)
“Woodrow Wilson” (Apr. 15)
Bokstugan (magazine), review of Farmington
1923, Pearson's Magazine, “Clarence Darrow”
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