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Socialist Party (Ark.)

 Organization

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Clay Fulks Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1473
Scope and Content Note The first group of materials pertains to Clay Fulks and his family. Biographical materials consist primarily of newspaper clippings, which include information on the Arkansas Socialist Party. The FBI report contains documents released to Stephen Smith relating to the investigation of Clay Fulks from 1941 to 1952. Fulkss newspaper writings include columns, news features, and letters to the editor. Among them is an article on Arkansas entrepreneur Harvey Couch (1932). His writings also include...
Dates: 1909-2002

Socialist Party Documents

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1531
Scope and Content Note Two are "membership cards," small red pasteboard folders. The front contains the words Socialist Party of America and Issued by Authority of the National Committee, Socialist Party. Filled in blanks indicate that the cards were issued by the Springdale Local in the State of Arkansas. They are membership cards of F. W. Letch or Letsch of ...
Dates: 1915-1926

William A. Gilbert Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MC 190
Scope and Content Note

The William Gilbert papers consist of correspondence, business records, newspapers, pamphlets, tracts, brochures, amd microfilm reflecting his wide range of interests including socialism, mysticism, pacifism, and the American Legion. The bulk of the papers are printed materials, and those which form an integral part of the collection have been retained.

Dates: 1923-1969

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Socialism 2
Arkansas -- Politics and government 1
Communism -- United States 1
Journalists -- Arkansas 1
New Llano (La.) 1