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Lois McLean Collection
of Mary Harris (Mother) Jones
Ms2013-030


Box 1

1. Actors’ Equity Association, Chicago (Sondra Patrinos)
2. Adelman, Bill (Professor, Illinois Labor History Society)
3. Adler, Lee (empty)
4. AFL-CIO Library (Jean Webber)
5. Alabama, McLaurin, Southern Textile Mills
6. Alice Lloyd College, Pippa Passes, KY
7. Ameringer, Mrs. Oscar (nee Freda Hogan)
8. Antioch College
9. Appalachia/America
10. Appalachian Consortium Press
11. Appalachian Journal
12. Appalachian Press
13. Appalachian Studies Conference
14. Arizona
15. Armstrong, Fred (state historian appointed 1979)
16. ARNO Press
17. Athey, Professor Lou
18. Atkinson, Linda/Crown Publishers
19. Bailey, Bob
20. Bailey, Kenneth R.
21. Barkey, Professor Fred
22. Basen, Neil (Nov. 1972-Dec. 1973)
23. Basen, Neil 1974
24. Basen, Neil 1975
25. Basen, Neil 1976
26. Basen, Neil 1977-1978
27. Basen, Neil 1990s
28. Battlo, Jean “The Creeks”
29. Baumgartner, Monia
30. Beckley Coal Festival
31. Beik, Millie Northern Illinois University
32. Bell, Shirley Clay
33. Berg, Bill
34. Beshoar, Barron
35. Bethel, Tom
36. Bettmann Archives (Corbis-Bettmann)
37. Binder, Jude
38. Birmingham Library
39. Blizzard, Bill
40. Blumberg, Dorothy Rose
41. Boston College
42. Brennan, John
43. Brier, Steve
44. Brommell
45. Burger, Tom WSWP TV
46. Cabbell, Ed (black mountain music)
47. California, University of (Berkeley, San Francisco)
48. California – Dennis Freeman
49. Camp, Helen (Mrs. Frank)
50. Caperton, Governor Gaston – Christopher Columbus Quincentennial Commission
51. Carrico, Jim
52. Cary, Professor Loren L.
53. Catholic University M. B. C. Chambers
54. CHAPP (Humanities Foundation of WV)
55. Chenne Research Institute of America
56. Chicago Historical Society libraries Paul Angle
57. Chicago University
58. Children’s Theater Charleston
59. Chilton, W. E. III
60. Coal Field Defender (Miners News Service)
61. Coal Miners’ Research Project oral history
62. Coal Road Seminar, Marshall University Mack Gillenwater October 25, 1986
63. Collectors Exchange
64. College of WV
65. Collins, Justus
66. Colorado Historical Society (Denver)
67. Colorado University
68. Comstock, Jim editor WV Hillbilly
69. Cook County Illinois probate clerk
70. Cooper, Mrs. Marguerite Debs
71. Copyrights
72. Corbin, David
73. Creech, Pat
74. Damron, Bob
75. David, John (WV Tech)
76. Davis, Ray
77. Debs Collection – Indiana State, Terre Haute, IN
78. Debs Foundation
79. Debs Home Terra Haute, Vigo County Public Library
80. Debs Papers Project J. Robert Constantine
81. Denver Public Library


Box 2

1. Diggs, Walter W.
2. Dix, Keith
3. Donnelly, Shirley
4. Drake, Wendell Wilkie, Southern Appalachian Labor School
5. Duckwall, Dr. V. E. The Nation
6. Duke University
7. Eastern Regional Coal Archives (Stuart McGehee and Eva Maguire)
8. Education Foundation, Charleston, WV
9. Erwin, Wiley and Dot
10. Farley, Willis
11. Farrell, Msgr. B. (Rome, Italy)
12. Felts, Roger
13. Fetherling, Dale
14. Flaherty, Joyce A.
15. Foner, Philip S.
16. Fowler, F. Burt
17. Fox, Charlotte
18. Fox, Don
19. Frazier, Claude A.
20. Gamble, Janet Southern Appalachian Labor School, WV Institute of Technology
21. Garlock, Jonathan
22. Georgia
23. Gibbons, Russ USW
24. Gilbert, Ronnie
25. Gilder, Ed The [Panther] Valley Gazette
26. Gill, Mollie (Pratt, WV Mother Jones prison)
27. Ginger, Ray
28. Goldenseal
29. Gorn, Elliott T.
30. Gottlieb, Peter
31. Green, Archie
32. Greene, David
33. Greenwood Press
34. Guthrie, Ned
35. Haga, Pauline
36. Held, Scottie
37. Highlander Center
38. Hodges, Tom
39. Hoffman, Alice Penn State
40. Howe, Professor Barbara
41. Huffman, Mrs. Grace (includes photos)
42. Humanities Foundation of WV (Charles Daugherty)
43. Humanities Foundation 1981
44. Hunt, Robert L.
45. Hutchinson, John UCLA
46. Haal, David
47. Hyland (Ireland)
48. Illinois Historical Society, Illinois Labor History Society
49. Illinois Labor History Society
50. Illinois Labor History 1977-1978
51. Illinois State Historical Library
52. Illinois, University of
53. Illinois, University of Press
54. Indiana State University, Terre Haute (see also Debs Collection)
55. Indiana University Library
56. Institute for Cultural Affairs
57. International Ladies Garment Workers Union
58. International Publishers
59. Iowa
60. Ireland
61. Irons, Priscilla Long
62. Javersak, Dave
63. Jones, Rocky
64. Jones, Susan
65. Journal of American History (Organization of American Historians)
66. Journal of Labor History (Tamiment Library – Institute)
67. Kansas
68. Keisen, John H. (Professor)
69. Kelly, Father
70. Kelly, Jack (ex WSWP producer)
71. Kentucky, University of
72. Kerr, Charles H. and Co. Publishers (Burt Rosen)
73. Korson, Mrs. George (Rae)
74. Kraft, Betsy (DC)
75. Kubicki, Jan (Mr)
76. LaBarr, Rusty
77. Labor, U. S. Department of, Hall of Fame- Dick Conn
78. Labor History Organizations
79. Labor films
80. Labor theaters
81. Labor theater Betty Craig
82. Lavin, Patrick A. (Frank Keane, British Columbia)
83. Lawrence, Randy
84. Lee, Howard B.
85. Lee, Father Robert E.
86. Lewis, Helen
87. Library of Congress
88. Louisiana State Press
89. Lukas, Tony


Box 3

1. Mallott, George (movie on “Strike”)
2. Mankholt, Bob – IWW Tacoma, WA
3. Margolis, Eric
4. Maryland
5. Maynard, Riley
6. McClain Publishers
7. McCormick, Kyle
8. McFadden, Judy
9. McGraw, Darrell
10. McKenzie, Midge
11. McKeon, Father Richard M.
12. McLean, Lois C.
13. McSweeney, Father Jerry
14. Michigan
15. Microfilm reader manual
16. Microfilming Corp of America (University Microfilms, Inc.)
17. Miennyk, William H.
18. Miners’ Art Group
19. Minneapolis
20. Missouri
21. Molly Maguires
22. Montgomery, Professor David
23. Moore, Governor Arch
24. Moore, Marat
25. Mother Jones Magazine
26. Mother Jones Magazine Richard Reynolds
27. Mountaineer Week 1981 WVU Morgantown
28. National Historical Society
29. National Portrait Gallery Smithsonian Institute Washington, DC
30. National Women’s Hall of Fame 1984 July 21 Mother Jones inducted
31. Nebraska
32. Nelson, Nels
33. New River – Historic River Project
34. New River National Scenic
35. New River Symposium 1982 “Labor History in New River Gorge”
36. New River Symposium 1982 May
37. New River Symposium 1984-1985
38. New York City – see Tamiment
39. New York State and City
40. New York State Labor History Association
41. New York Times
42. North Carolina, University of
43. Nyden, Paul and Linda
44. O’Donnell, L. A. Villanova University
45. Ohio
46. Oklahoma
47. Olafson, Sigfus and daughter Jean Olafson Harmon
48. O’Neal, Mary T.
49. Orso, Jim
50. Pauley, Michael Joseph
51. Pennsylvania
52. Pennsylvania Labor History 1977-78
53. Phelan, David
54. Philadelphia
55. Philpott, Larkin S.
56. Pinkertons
57. Pinkowski, Edward
58. Pittsburgh Press
59. Pittsburgh queries
60. Powderly, John (United Steel Workers)
61. Preservation Alliance of WV
62. Publishers
63. Pyles, Rodney
64. Quadrangle Books
65. Rockefeller, Governor John D.
66. Rossi, Bob
67. Salvatory, Nicholas A.
68. Saunders, Terry American Film Foundation
69. Savage, Lon
70. Scharnau, Ralph (Thomas Morgan biography)
71. Schneemann Book lists
72. Schniderman, Saul
73. Schniderman, Saul “Talkin’ Unions”
74. Schwantes, Professor Carlos A., Walla Walla College
75. Schwanz, Harry Catholic University
76. Selvin, David F.
77. Shaffer, Ralph
78. Shaw, E.
79. Shumsky, Neil L. (VPI)
80. Sisters of St. Dominic, Adrian, Michigan
81. Skaggs, Jeanne
82. Socialist Party, USA
83. South Carolina
84. South Dakota
85. Southern Exposure
86. Southern Illinois University Press
87. Southern Labor History Archives and Conferences
88. Speidel, Mary (Mrs. John)
89. Spence, Bob
90. Stadler, Fran Hund
91. Steel, Professor Edward M., WVU


Box 4

1. Sterling, Perry
2. Stone, Karen L.
3. Stone, Ralph
4. Stotts, Dallas
5. Sullivan, Ken
6. Taminent Collection Dorothy Swanson
7. Tams, Major W.
8. Tapper, Owen
9. Texas
10. Tierney, Judith (D. Leonard Corgan Library, Kings College, Wilkes-Barre, PA
11. Titler, George
12. Tyler, Alicia
13. United Farm Workers
14. UMWA District 29
15. UMW Journal (editors McCarthy, Lauck, Hodel)
16. US Department of Labor
17. US General Services Administration (National Archives)
18. US National Archives, Library of Congress
19. Utah
20. Utterback, Ann
21. Virginia, University of
22. Warvariv, Tamara
23. Washington, DC
24. Watson, Patricia
25. Wayne State University (Philip P. Mason)
26. Werstein, Irving
27. Wertheimer, Professor Barbara M.
28. West, Don Appalachian South Folklore Center
29. West, Terri
30. WV Archives and History Commission 1980-81
31. WV Archives and History Commission 1983
32. WV Archives and History (Miss Mary Jenkins)
33. WV Culture and History
34. WV Culture and History 1978
35. WV Department of Highways
36. WV Federation of Labor
37. WV Library Commission
38. WV Tech (Institute of Technology, Montgomery)
39. West Virginia University – Library, History Department
40. WV Writers’ Association
41. Whisnat, David E. (Mother Jones as folk hero)
42. Williams, John
43. Williams, Jonathan 1980 contract
44. Wisconsin
45. Wolfe, James E. (Iron Molders Union) – see “Mr. Jones” file
46. Women’s Resource Center, Beckley
47. Woodrum, Cleve (Cabin Creek UMW marker)
48. “Mr. Jones” ? 1867
49. Iron Moulders Journal, 1859-1873
50. Monroe, Michigan, St. Mary’s School, 1859-1860
51. Memphis Daily Appeal, February 1867-December 1867
52. Memphis Tennessee
53. Tennessee
54. Irish World July 1879-July 1880 mostly Kearney
55. Chicago Directories 1859-1880s
56. Chicago Workingman’s Advocate 1864-1877 (empty)
57. Chicago 1873
58. 1877 Railroad Strike Martinsburg, WV
59. Powderly Clan Na Gael and Irish Land League 1866-1883
60. Molly Maguires book excerpt Edward W. Martin 1877
61. Molly Maguires in WV (empty)
62. Memphis Commercial Appeal 1860-1861
63. “The Life of Thomas D’Arcy McGee” by Isabel Skelton
64. West, Betsy (Mrs. Daniel)
65. Kearney, Dennis (Sandlot Movement) 1877-188?
66. 1880 strike Hawks Nest
67. Irish World January 1881-April 1, 1882
68. Powderly papers guide
69. Knights of Labor
70. Journal of United Labor (Knights of Labor) 1880-1885


Box 5

1. Knights of Labor WV 1877-1894
2. 1884 Hocking Valley
3. Labor Day (First) 1882 NY
4. Chicago 1885-1886
5. 1886 Knights of Labor railroad strike
6. 1887 National Labor Tribune
7. 1888 PA anthracite strike
8. Knights of Labor Journal of United Labor
9. 1891 Populist Party Convention Cincinnati, OH
10. Knights of Labor 1891
11. UMWJ WV 1891
12. 1892-1893 Knights of Labor Journal notes
13. 1892 Pops Conv Omaha Daily Bee (May-September)
14. Coming Nation 1893-1895
15. Chicago Times 1893 August-September
16. Omaha Bee 1893-1894
17. Knights of Labor Journal 1894
18. UMW Journal 1894
19. Chicago Herald April 24, 1894-June 10, 1894
20. Chicago Times July-September 1894
21. Chicago Daily News 1894
22. St. Louis Globe Democrat February 16-June 30, 1894
23. The Searchlight and Age 1894-1895 (Chicago Populist papers)
24. Chicago Times April-June 1894
25. Common West stories, Pullman strike, Chicago Times 1894 October-December
26. Railway Times 1894-1896
27. 1895-1896
28. UMWJ 1895
29. Appeal to Reason 1895
30. Eight Hour Herald Chicago 1895-1896
31. Atlanta Constitution, Macon and Savannah papers 1896 February-March
32. Birmingham State Herald 1895-1896
33. Journal Knights of Labor 1895-1896
34. Birmingham Age Herald 1896
35. Birmingham News February-June 1896
36. Appeal to Reason 1896
37. Locomotive Firemen’s Magazine 1896-1897
38. St. Louis Labor April 1893-April 1895-1896-1898-1899
39. Coming Nation 1896-1897
40. Pittsburgh Post 1896-August 1897
41. Kansas City Star January 1897
42. Cleveland Citizen 1897-1898
43. Knights of Labor Journal 1897
44. Ohio State Journal July-September 1897
45. P. H. Post July 1-31, 1897
46. Pittsburgh Daily Dispatch June-July 1897
47. Pittsburgh Dispatch August 1897
48. National Labor Tribune July-October 7, 1897
49. Pittsburgh Post August-September 1897
50. 8 Hour Herald 1897 (Chicago)
51. Labor Advocate Birmingham, AL 1897-1899
52. Clarksburg Telegram 1897
53. New York Times September 1897
54. Greensburg (PA) Press August 1897
55. New York Times July-August 1897
56. UMW Journal July-August 1897
57. Wheeling Daily Intelligencer July 1-August 24, 1897
58. Pittsburgh Dispatch September 1897
59. Chicago Times August 15-September 15, 1897
60. Chicago Papers 1897 (Daily News May-June, Chicago Record July 3-August 30)


Box 6

1. Social Democrat (ex-Railway Times) 1897-1898
2. Appeal to Reason 1897
3. William B. Wilson Arnot, PA strike October 1, 1899-February 23, 1900
4. Pennsylvania September-October 1899 Mother Jones intro, Tioga strike
5. St. Louis Globe Democrat August 31, 1897 great speech
6. Chicago Times Herald June-October 1897
7. Coming Nation 1898-1899
8. Mitchell-Ratchford correspondence, 1898
9. UMW Journal 1898 (mostly WV letters)
10. Western Laborer, Omaha, NE July-August 1898 – some 1893-1894 references
11. Omaha Bee July 11-19, 1898 (meat packers strike)
12. Appeal to Reason 1898
13. St. Louis Social Democrat January-June 1898
14. Western Laborer December 9, 1893-1897 (Omaha meat packers strike)
15. Kansas City Star October 8, 1898 (great interview)
16. Labor Advocate, Birmingham, AL 1895 (Wm. Mailly letter to Eugene Debs)
17. Nashville Banner September-October 1897
18. Nashville American September-December 13, 1897
19. Tennessee September-October 1897
20. Wellsboro (PA) Gazette September 9, 1897-October 1900 (Arnot strike, anthracite strike)
21. UMW Journal 1899
22. Appeal to Reason 1899
23. Cleveland Citizen, Cleveland Plain Dealer March-April 1899
24. Pennsylvania 1899
25. The Agitator (Wellsboro, PA) 1899-1900 Arnot strike
26. Chicago Socialist (Workers’ Call) March 1899-1892
27. Blossburg (PA) Advertiser 1899-1900
28. Appeal to Reason 1899-1901
29. Mother Jones and WV 1900
30. Coming Nation 1900, Irish World 1900
31. UMW Journal February 1-December 27, 1900
32. Western Laborer (Omaha) 1900
33. John Mitchell Correspondence July-December 1900
34. W. B. Wilson papers April 1900
35. Appeal to Reason January-December 1900
36. Scranton Republican August-November 30, 1900 (anthracite strike)
37. Wilkes Barre Times September-October 1900 (anthracite strike)
38. Cleveland Citizen 1900-1901
39. Pittsburgh Daily Dispatch August 1-October 30, 1900
40. Wilkes Barre Leader August 1-October 30, 1900
41. New York Times October 1900
42. Philadelphia Inquirer October 1900
43. Shenandoah Herald 1900 (anthracite strike)
44. 1900-1902 anthracite strike
45. New York Times September 1900 (anthracite strike)
46. Philadelphia Inquirer August-September 1900
47. Frostburg (MD) Mining Journal January 4, 1896-September 1900
48. Mitchell Study in Leadership Gowalski thesis (WV chapter 1901-1903)
49. UMW convention 1901 – Mother Jones’ speech
50. 1901 miscellaneous – Mother Jones in St. Louis June 17
51. Indianapolis Sentinel 1901 UMW convention
52. Indianapolis News 1901 UMW convention
53. Mother Jones Mitchell and Wilson letters Gowalski thesis chapter 4 WV 1901-1903
54. Wilkes Barre Leader November 1, 1900-May 29, 1901 (silk mill strikes, UMW Hazelton convention)
55. Scranton Republican March 1901 silk girls’ strike, UMW conference Hazelton
56. Scranton Republication April-May 1901 silk girls’ strike
57. Coming Nation 1901
58. International Socialist Review 1901-1902 (articles by Mother Jones)


Box 7

1. Scranton Republican January 1-February 28, 1901 silk girls’ strike
2. The Worker (New York City) April-December 1901
3. Wilkes Barre Times and Record 1901 silk workers’ strike Scranton PA
4. Blossburg Advertiser 1901-July 1902
5. Clarksburg Telegram 1901 with notes on 1902 items
6. Fairmont and Farmers’ Free Press May-June 1901; Parkersburg Morning News
7. Charleston Daily Gazette July-November 26, 1901
8. West Virginia 1901
9. Glasscock papers and clippings
10. UMW Journal January-December 1901
11. Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 1900-1902
12. Fayette Journal 1901-1902
13. Mother Jones-W. B. Wilson correspondence 1902 (WV)
14. WV Mitchell papers 1902
15. WV Department of Mines reports 1902-1903
16. Appeal to Reason May-December 1902
17. The Worker (New York City) 1902
18. The Workers’ Call (Chicago) 1902
19. Socialist Spirit 1901-1902
20. WV 1902
21. Cleveland Citizen 1902
22. Parkersburg Daily Morning News January-June 30, 1902
23. Parkersburg Daily Morning News July 6-December 29, 1902
24. UMW Journal January-May 1902
25. UMW Journal June-July 1902
26. UMW Journal August-December 1902
27. Indianapolis News January-February 1902
28. Clarksburg Weekly Telegram April-September 1902
29. Fayette Journal May-July 29, 1902
30. Indianapolis News July-August 1902
31. Parkersburg Sentinel May-August 1902
32. UMW Journal 1903
33. The Worker (New York) 1903
34. Clarksburg Daily Telegram February-April 1903
35. Cincinnati Enquirer 1903
36. Cleveland Citizen 1903
37. Coming Nation 1903
38. Appeal to Reason 1903
39. Chicago Socialist 1903
40. Chicago Record Herald January-April 6, 1903
41. Includes notes Fayette Journal 1903, letter to Mitchell
42. 1903 Stanaford and strike news misc. papers (Huntington Advertiser, New York Times, Charleston Gazette)
43. Indianapolis News January-February 1903 UMW convention Stanaford
44. Charleston Daily Mail January-March 1903
45. Children’s March July-August 1903 (includes copy of thesis Mother Jones and the Children’s Crusade by Helen Collier Camp)
46. 1903 Colorado
47. American Labor Union Journal 1903 Mother Jones in Colorado
48. UMW Journal October-December 1903 (Colorado, District 15)
49. Mitchell correspondence re: WV 1904-1908
50. 1904
51. The Worker (New York City) 1904
52. Cleveland Citizen 1904
53. 1904 May-December
54. 1904 Colorado
55. Appeal to Reason 1904 (Colorado)
56. Chicago Socialist 1904
57. Utah (Helper) 1904


Box 8

1. UMW Journal 1904 Colorado, Utah strikes, WV notes
2. Miners Magazine January 7-May 26, 1904
3. Miners Magazine June-December 1904
4. Miners Magazine June-December 1905
5. Appeal to Reason 1905
6. UMW Journal 1905 (WV Cabin Creek)
7. The Worker (New York City) 1905
8. Appeal to Reason 1906
9. Chicago Socialist 1906
10. UMW Journal 1906
11. 1907 miscellaneous
12. Chicago Socialist January-March 9, 1907
13. Chicago Daily Socialist 1907
14. Appeal to Reason 1907
15. Miners Magazine 1908 (WFM)
16. A2R 1909 Mexican Refugees
17. Chicago Daily Socialist 1909
18. UMW Journal 1909
19. UMW Journal 1909
20. Miners Magazine 1909 (WFM)
21. 1910 miscellaneous
22. Miners Magazine 1910 (WFM)
23. UMW Journal January-June 1910
24. UMW Journal July-December 1910
25. 1911 miscellaneous
26. Miners Magazine 1911 (WFM)
27. UMW Journal 1911
28. 1912 WV
29. UMW Journal April-September 1912
30. Paint Creek-Cabin Creek strike 1912-13
31. International Socialist Review July-December 1912
32. Cleveland Citizen 1912
33. New Times 1912 (paper for Minneapolis Socialists) (also 1st November 25 1910)
34. Mother Jones correspondence with T V Powderly re: WV and Colorado 1913-14
35. Miners Magazine 1912
36. Minnesota April 1912
37. WV articles from Charleston Gazette, 1912 extracted and reprinted in WV Hillbilly
38. Charleston Gazette March-August 1912
39. Charleston Gazette September-December 1912
40. WV Coal strike history William C. Blizzard
41. Christian Socialist 1912
42. UMW Journal January-March 1912
43. UMW Journal October-December 1912
44. Seattle Union Record August-December 1912


Box 9

1. 1920
2. 1921
3. 1922
4. 1923
5. 1924
6. 1925
7. 1926
8. Alliance, OH Labor Day September 6, 1926
9. 1927
10. 1928
11. 1929
12. Illinois Miner 1929
13. Illinois Miner (American Miner) 1930
14. Federation News Chicago October 11-December 29, 1930
15. Mother Jones’ 100th Birthday
16. 1930 Death and obits
17. 1931
18. Federation News Chicago 1931
19. 1932
20. Federation News Chicago 1932
21. UMW file Mother Jones, Washington DC 1936
22. Coming Nation 1902 (Rich Hill MO – Fred Warren)
23. Debs’ Letter January 1901
24. Thesis, Mary Harris Jones and the United Mine Workers of America by Sister John Francis Raffaele, GNSH, Catholic University of America, August 1964
25. Thesis, Mother Mary Jones: The Labor Movement’s Impious Joan of Arc by Judith Elaine Mikeal, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1965
26. Steel Symposium, Russ Gibbons, September 1994
27. Goldenseal Volume 3, Number 2 April-June 1977
28. Goldenseal Volume 4, Number 1 January-March 1978 (2 copies)
29. Mother Jones Magazine August 1976
30. The West Virginia Miners Union 1931 as reported at the time in Labor Age
31. Harlan & Bell Kentucky 1931-2 The National Miner’s Union as reported at the time in the Labor Defender
32. Calendar Bank of Raleigh 1994
33. Banner, Lois – for the 60th darn time, happy birthday, Joyce
34. Folder of late 1970s WV Labor History Association materials
35. Metal index card box, books and articles on labor
36. 2 metal index card boxes, contacts about labor


Box 10

1. Index card file box, notes on events in Mother Jones’ life 1830s-1911
2. Index card file box, notes on events in Mother Jones’ life 1912-1936, miscellaneous
3. Index card file box, notes on people, newspapers and periodicals
4. Metal card file, notes on labor events
5. Box of obituaries, sympathy notes McLean family members, friends


Box 11

1. Lois’ book proposal, prologue, agent letter
2. Mother Jones book proposal, outline, chapter 1 on Prologue
3. Mother Jones – interviews with biographers
4. Burlington, Vermont – University of Vermont
5. Manuscript draft and letter, Joyce A. Flaherty, literary agent
6. Mother Jones biography – introduction
7. Scolland, Rev. Robert J.
8. Vermont
9. Toronto, Ontario, Canada
10. Chapter 2 Irish background
11. Chapter 2
12. Chapter 2 family background
13. Footnotes chapter 2
14. Chapter 3
15. Chapter 4
16. Ireland
17. Massachusetts
18. Chapter 8 1897 strike
19. Proposal for Joyce Flaherty
20. Reader’s Digest M. Speidel, Lois McLean
21. Mother Jones poems
22. Irish history
23. Family – Mother Jones’ father, mother, etc. emigrants, education
24. Eric Foner article
25. Socialist Spirit 1903
26. Notebook Boston Pilot January 1852-November 1855
27. Toronto Globe January 1856-December 15, 1857
28. Richard Harris (father of Mother Jones)
29. Toronto Canada (Diocese St. Michaels)
30. Dean William Richard Harris (1847-1923)
31. Irish Whiskey
32. O’Connell, Daniel
33. O’Connor, Fergus
34. Irish background 1850
35. Mother Jones’ ages
36. Mother Jones jokes and quips, poems to her
37. Boston’s immigrants
38. Marriage
39. “Mother” to the mountaineer miners
40. 1930 birthday
41. Mother Jones’ techniques and tactics
42. Mother Jones with Knights of Labor
43. Definition scab, agitation, walking delegate, etc.
44. Labor radical socialist, populist newspapers
45. Mother Jones on women
46. Mother Jones widow Chicago, San Francisco 1870s
47. Chicago directory 1923
48. Agitation
49. Atlantic Monthly 1976
50. O’Maidin, Padraig
51. Irish music
52. Irish Laborer 1830 James Connolly
53. Miscellaneous materials
54. Mother Jones with politics (folder empty)


Removed to Book Collection

When Coal Was King by Louis Poliniak, 1970
Salute to the Coal Industry: Early Development of the Coal Industry in Raleigh-Fayette Counties (2 copies)
History of Ronceverte, West Virginia by Virginia Humphries Yates, 1982
Stone Cliff West Virginia Life Along New River 1930-1938 by Murray Shuff, ca. 1983
A Tribute to the Coal Miner Volume 4 by Pauline Haga


Audio Cassettes

1. Rosie L. Mollish, #6 Bottom, Raleigh, WV October 20, 1982 – interview by Lois McLean
2. Speech on Mother Jones by Lois McLean, May 11, 1972 Raleigh County Historical Society
3. Walter “Bill” Peelish, Six Bottom, Raleigh, WV November 24, 1982– interview by Lois McLean
4. Joseph Lagowski Six Bottom, Raleigh, WV November 11, 1982 – interview by Lois McLean
5. Talle(?) Allen, Raleigh, Nov. 19, 1982– interview by Lois McLean
6. Mrs. Anna M. Mollish Wise, life in Six Bottom November 23, 1982– interview by Lois McLean
7. Mrs. Francis Fitstep Evans, July 30, 1975– interview by Lois McLean
8. Tom Howard, A History of the Beaver Coal Company, Raleigh County Historical Society, September 20, 1982 tape 1
9. Tom Howard, A History of the Beaver Coal Company, Raleigh County Historical Society, September 20, 1982 tape 2
10. Tom Howard, A History of the Beaver Coal Company, Raleigh County Historical Society, September 20, 1982 tape 3
11. Virgil Vingle, Walter Kloc, Fairmont WV re: The Miners Band May 4, 1985– interview by Lois McLean
12. Mr. Cahail Shibley, Ohley WV December 14, 1971 Lois McLean, Priscilla Irons, Arnold Miller (side 2 Mrs. Shibley, Mrs. Harlow)
13. Mrs. Bessie Sorrels July 3, 1973– interview by Lois McLean
14. Mrs. Harlow (daughter of “Mother” Blizzard and sister of Bill Blizzard) Ohley WV December 14, 1971– interview by Lois McLean
15. Mrs. Minnie Burgess, memories of Mother Jones in Whitesville in 1918, January 29, 1983– interview by Lois McLean


DVD

Newsbreak Mother Jones Dedication May 16, 2003 13 minutes


Manuscript Collections

West Virginia Archives and History