Frederic Heath, 1848-1961

Title: Frederic Heath, 1848-1961
Call Number: Mss-0517
Bulk: 8.69 cu. ft.

Location: GV, Sh. 046-047

Abstract: The collection contains publications from the U.A.P.A. and N.A.P.A..

Historical Note:

Frederic Faries Heath was born in Milwaukee on September 6, 1864.  He was a man of wide interest and talents.  After leaving school, he was apprenticed to a wood engraver and later became an artist.  While still an adolescent, he published his own amateur newspaper.  From 1888 to 1900, he served as a reporter, editor and artist for the Milwaukee Daily Sentinel.  During his time with the Sentinel, Heath became a committed socialist and helped found the Social-Democratic Party in Chicago in 1898.  He put his newspaper experience to good use, serving as editor of the party’s national weekly newspaper.

Heath’s commitment to Socialism changed the path of his career and focused  his efforts on politics. He unsuccessfully ran for Milwaukee mayor in 1900, but was elected alderman of the 10th ward in 1904.  In 1908, he also served on the Milwaukee School Board.  Finally, Heath was elected to the County Board of Supervisors in the “Socialist Sweep” of 1910 and remained in that office for a record 38 years.  As County Supervisor, Heath helped develop the county park system, the highway network, and, along with his Socialist colleagues on the board, coordinated the various county institutions under one board of trustees.  He also served as a member of the panel that chose plans for a new courthouse and led the unsuccessful fight to save the old courthouse on Jefferson Street.

Heath’s historical interests manifested itself in a number of ways.  He wrote several newspaper series (“Do You Remember” and “Yesterday and Today,” for example) about early Milwaukee.  In 1935, he helped found the Milwaukee County Historical Society and acted as president from 1937 to 1951 and also as editor of the Historical Messenger.  Heath developed the original historical museum in the courthouse and was instrumental in the Society’s acquisition of the Lowell Damon House, Kilbourntown House, and Jeremiah Curtin House as County Historical sites.  He also privately published a Heath family genealogy, entitled “From Sharon” and worked on a history of the Socialist Party in America.  He passed away on June 12, 1954.

The collection details Heath’s wide range of interests and civic activities and also includes genealogical material on the Heath and Faries families.  Materials are divided topically and consist of correspondence, publications, clippings, scrapbooks, etc.

 

See Also:

Microfilm Reels #606-607

Administrative Note:

The collection was processed in Sept. 12, 1998 by Steve Daily.  The collection was reprocessed in November 2000 by Kevin Abing.

 

 

 

Personal/Family Material

Box Number

Folder Number

Biographical Information 1 1
Memorial Resolutions, County Board and Common Council, 1954 1 2
“From Sharon” (2 copies, pp.13-252) [Heath Family Genealogy]

Frederic Heath: Letters to Heath Family, 1885, 1946

1 4
Frederic Heath: Letters Received, 1885-1939 (Includes letters to Mrs. Heath) 1 5
Frederic Heath: Letters Received, 1940-1951 (Includes letters to Mrs. Heath) 1 6
Frederic Heath: Letters Received from Ida Erhart, 1891-1948 1 7
Frederic Heath: Daily Calendar, 1941 1 8
Frederic Heath: Property-Related Records 1 9
Miscellaneous Invitations/Calling Cards/Business Cards 1 10
Autograph Collection [RESTRICTED] 1 11
Inter-lake Regatta Union, Articles of Incorporation, ca. 1897 1 12
Milwaukee Ethical Society, ca. 1895-1898 1 13
Milwaukee Forum, 1932-1934 1 14
Children’s Betterment League, Constitution, 1907 1 15
Milwaukee Press Club, 1889 1 16
City Club News, 1931, 1935, 1945 1 17
City of Milwaukee – Charter Convention, 1908 1 18
Mahn-a-wauk Canoe Club of Milwaukee, 1892, 1900 1 19
Miscellaneous Drawings/Sketches 1 20
Genealogical Material: Questionnaire Sent re: Heath Family 1 21
Genealogical Material: Correspondence re: Heath Family, 1902-1946 1 22
Genealogical Material: Letters Received re: Heath Family, 1899-1951 1 23
Genealogical Material: Notes for Heath Family History 1 24
Genealogical Material: Early Drafts for Heath Family History 1 25
Genealogical Material: Genealogical Organizations/Societies 1 26
Genealogical Material: Notes & Information on Heath Family Received from Sharon, CT 1 27
Genealogical Material: Information on Heath Family 1 28
Genealogical Material: Information on Faries Family 1 29
Family/Household Bills/Receipts, 1884-1952 1 30
Stationary 1 31
Miscellaneous Material 1 32
Heath/Faries Families – Correspondence, 1859-1885 1 33
Eben C. Heath Diaries, 1853-1889 (Frederic’s father) 1 34
Account Book, R. J. Faries, Dentist (Frederic’s father-in-law) 2 35
Dorothy Heath Material (Frederic’s daughter) 2 36
Stuart Heath Material (Frederic’s son) [Includes Several Theater Programs] 2 37

Political Career

Box Number

Folder Number

Campaign Literature 2 38
Certificates of Election, 1904-1918 2 39
Alderman, 10th District, 1904-1906 2 40
Milwaukee School Board, 1909-1910 2 41

Socialist Party Material

Box Number

Folder Number

Socialist Party, Statement of Purpose (written by Heath) 2 42
Frederic Heath, Socialist Party Correspondence, 1897-1947 2 43
Frederic Heath, Miscellaneous Notes for Speeches, Writings, or Letters 2 44
Frederic Heath, Membership Card, Social Democratic Party 2 45
Frederic Heath, Socialist Papers & Clippings 2 46
Social Democratic Party, Establishment of, 1898 2 47
Social Democratic Party & Socialist Party, Programs, 1902-1914 (not inclusive) 2 48
Social Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Financial Report, 1908 2 49
Socialist Party, Nomination Papers/Sample Ballots/Voters’ Guides 2 50
Social Democratic Party, Meeting Handbills, ca. 1897 2 51
Socialist Party Platforms, 1910, 1932, 1948 2 52
Socialist Party/S. D. P. “Colonization Department”/Organizing Methods 2 53
Socialist Party of Milwaukee County, Newsletter, 1938 2 54
Socialist Party of Milwaukee County, 25th Ward Branch 2 55
Socialist News Bulletin (Milwaukee), 1940 2 56
Socialist Party, Constitutions and By-Laws, 1898-ca. 1922 2 57
Socialist Party, Campaign Literature, Handbills, etc. 2 58
Socialist Party of Wisconsin, Newsletters, 1938 2 59
Socialist Party of Wisconsin, State Convention Rules & Proceedings, 1938, 1940 2 60
Socialist Party of Wisconsin, Internal Dispute, 1932 2 61
Socialist Party of Wisconsin, Milwaukee County Central Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1931-1944 (not inclusive) 2 62
Socialist Party of Wisconsin, State Executive Board, Meeting Minutes, 1938-1942 2 63
Socialist Party, National Conferences Programs, 1911, 1940 2 64
Socialist Party (National), Annual Report, 1903 2 65
Socialist Party (National Office), Referendum Ballot, 1921 2 66
Socialist Party Pamphlets 2 67
Socialist Party, Membership Forms & Cards 2 68
Mayor Daniel Hoan, Correspondence and Radio Address, 1932, 1938 2 69
“Spirit of Gene Debs,” Song by Frank Zeidler, 1938 2 70
Socialist Party, Miscellaneous Tickets/Invitations/Programs, 1898-1945 2 71
Socialist Party, Relations with Other Groups 2 72
Socialist Party, Fund Appeals, 1910 2 73
Milwaukee Socialist Newspapers, Subscription/Funding Solicitations 2 74
Trade Unions & Socialism 2 75
Norman Thomas 2 76
Testimony re: Scandal, 1910 2 77
Berger, Victor L.: Statement before Congress, 1919 2 78
Souvenir Booklet, National Convention of the People’s Party, 1896 2 79
Clippings re: Prominent American Socialists 2 80
Non-Wisconsin Newspaper Clippings/Campaign Literature 2 81
Anti-Socialist Propaganda 2 82
Socialist Party, Miscellaneous Material 2 83

Other Parties & Political Groups

Box Number

Folder Number

Farmer-Labor Progressive Federation 2 84
Communist Party, Handbills, 1930s 2 85
People’s Council (Anti-War Group), 1917 2 86
Socialism and Trade Unionism in England 2 87
Miscellaneous Groups 2 88

County Board of Supervisors

Box Number

Folder Number

Resolution Honoring Frederic Heath, 1940 2 89
Frederic Heath, Miscellaneous Notes 2 90
Frederic Heath, General Correspondence Sent, 1943-1946 2 91
Correspondence Received, 1920-1947 2 92
Frederic Heath, Day Book Notes on County Board Activities, ca. 1910-1926 2 93
Frederic Heath, Resolutions Introduced to County Board 2 94
County Employees – Salaries, Pensions, etc. 2 95
Special Committee on WPA Projects, 1939-1941 2 96
Special Committee on Juvenile Court, 1927-1945 2 97
County Budgets & Finance, 1911-1953 2 98
County Highway System – Traffic Survey, 1926-1946 2 99
Synopses of Committee Reports, 1931-1947 (not inclusive) 2 100
County Board of Public Welfare, Correspondence, 1946-1947 3 101
Department of Public Assistance (Department of Outdoor Relief) 3 102
Committee on County Institutions 3 103
Proposed County Guide/Correspondence, 1935-1940 3 104
County Park System, 1909-1941 3 105
Notices of Meetings/Roll Call Slips, 1910-1948 (not inclusive) 3 106
Rules of Governance 3 107
County Board Manuals/Rules of Procedure, 1929, 1931 3 108
County Board of Supervisors, Rosters, 1910-1936 (not inclusive) 3 109
Milwaukee County War Memorial, 1946-1947 3 110
Ordinances, 1921-1938 3 111
Milwaukee Common Council, 1921, 1940 3 112
Legal Cases Involving Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors 3 113
Papers re: Charges Against George Skogmo of D.A.’s Office, 1925 3 114
Papers re: Winfred C. Zabel (D.A. of Milwaukee), ca. 1914-1921 3 115
Miscellaneous Material 3 116
City Club News, 1924-March 1927 (Publication of City Club of Milwaukee) 3 116A
City Club News, May 1927-1932 3 116B
Municipal Affairs, 1916-1919 (Publication of Voters’ League of Milwaukee) 3 116C
Better Service Bulletin, 1928-1942 (Publication of City & County Public Service Employees’ Union) 3 116D
State Assembly/State Manuals, 1919 3 116E
Miscellaneous Wisconsin/Milwaukee Government Publications 3 117F
Miscellaneous Civic-related Publications 3 116G

Old/New Courthouses

Box Number

Folder Number

Correspondence & Papers re: New Courthouse Construction, 1927-1934 3 117
Correspondence Received re: Effort to Save Old Courthouse, 1931-1944 3 118
Correspondence Sent re: Effort to Save Old Courthouse, 1932-1939 3 119
Resolutions re: Old Courthouse 3 120
Letters to the Editor re: Old Courthouse Renovation, ca. 1934-1938 3 121
Miscellaneous Papers re: Old Courthouse 3 122
Clippings re: Courthouse Controversy, 1937-1939 3 123
Clippings re: New County Courthouse, 1930s 3 124
“Supervisor Frederic Heath’s Contribution in Saving the Old Court House,” Clippings, 1915-1939 3 125

Milwaukee Historical Society

Box Number

Folder Number

Correspondence Received, 1910-1950 3 126
Correspondence Sent, 1935-1947 3 127
Internal Business, 1936-1952 3 128
Correspondence with State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1935-1952 3 129
General Meetings, Heath’s Introductory Remarks 3 130
MCHS, Search for Housing 4 131
Newspaper Clippings, 1912-1953 4 132
Lowell Damon House 4 133
Juneau Cabin/Kilbourntown House 4 134
Paynesville Project 4 135
W.P.A.  Projects/Milwaukee Guide 4 136
Exhibit Material 4 137
Young Amateur Journalists Exhibit 4 138
Wisconsin Centennial, 1948 4 139
Meeting Announcements, 1935-1942 4 140
Old Settlers’ Club, 1890-1944 4 141
Christopher Latham Sholes (Inventor of Typewriter) 4 142
Historical Messenger Manuscript Material 4 143
Brochures 4 144
Journal Notes 4 145
Information re: Other Historical Museums 4 146
Miscellaneous Notes 4 147
Schnabel Case [RESTRICTED] 4 148

Publications/Historical Material

Box Number

Folder Number

Social Democracy Red Book by Frederic Heath, 1900 4 149
“Social Democracy Red Book: A Brief History of Socialism in America” (Copy 1) 4 150
“Social Democracy Red Book: A Brief History of Socialism in America” (Copy 2) 4 151
Writings on Milwaukee History (Notes & Fragments) 4 152
Assorted Socialist Writings/Critiques of Capitalism 4 153
“A Call to Arms” (Address to Socialist Party State Convention, 1940) 4 154
Article on Jeremiah Curtin, 1951 4 155
Miscellaneous Historical Articles/Publications 4 156
Manuscript Material (General) (1 of 2) 4 157
Manuscript Material (General) (2 of 2) 4 158
Letters to the Editor 4 159
Speech to Milwaukee Colony of New England Women, 1940 4 160
“Landmarks of the Milwaukee Labor Movement,” 1910 4 161
Writings on City Administration 4 162
History of Music in Milwaukee (Unpublished Manuscript for Proposed Milwaukee Guide) 4 163
“Do You Remember” Collection, Milwaukee Leader, 1920, 1922 4 164
“Milwaukee – Yesterday and Today” (Includes subject list) 4 165
“Milwaukee – Yesterday and Today” 4 166
Miscellaneous Publications 4 166A
“Milwaukee Forward” (Includes subject list) 5 167
“Milwaukee Forward,” 1935-1938 5 168
Miscellaneous Historical Clippings 5 169
Writings on Amateur Journalism 5 170
Writings on Food & Diet 5 171
Miscellaneous Material re: Religion 5 172
Miscellaneous Material re: General History 5 173
Publications on Milwaukee History (not written by Heath) 5 174
Information re: Lutheran Churches & Schools in Milwaukee [FRAGILE] 5 175
Labor-related Publications 5 175A
Economic-related Publications 5 175B

Amateur Journalism Material

Box Number

Folder Number

The Fossils – Annual Dinner Programs, 1923-1946 (not inclusive) 5 176
The Fossils – Correspondence, Speeches, Publications, Miscellany, 1927-1955 5 177
National Amateur Press Association: Correspondence, Publications, Miscellany (1 of 2) 5 178
National Amateur Press Association: Correspondence, Publications, Miscellany (2 of 2) 5 179
United Amateur Press Association – Constitution, Publications, Miscellany,1881-1961 5 180
Stars and Stripes (Heath’s Amateur Publication), Jan.-Feb. 1884 5 181
Miscellaneous Amateur Publications, 1870s-1880 5 182
Miscellaneous Amateur Publications, 1880s-1910 5 183
Miscellaneous Amateur Publications, 1911-1940 5 184
Boys’ Herald, 1904-1943 (not inclusive) 5 185

Miscellaneous U.A.P.A. and N.A.P.A. Publications

Box Number

A Bird in a Netted Cage, 1955 6
A-jay Graphic, 1951-1953 6
Alma’s Hobby Service 6
Amateur Aspiration 6
Ambassador, 1952 6
Ampersand, 1952 6
An Analysis 6
And They Shall Light the Candle, 1956 6
Appreciation 6
Arrowhead, 1953-1954 6
Assembly Line, 1953 6
‘Bama Views & Writer, 1962 6
Blooming Creations, 1950-1954 6
Blow Winds of March 6
Blue Ox, 1950 6
Blue Valley Vista, 1954 6
Boy’s Herald, 1952-1955 6
Brannflakes, 1959, 1962 6
Briefly, 1950 6
Brooklynite (The), 1940-1944 6
Brooksides Chronicle, 1951-1954 6
Buckeye Amateur, 1958-1959 6
Buckeye Brevities, 1961-1962 6
Buster 6
Busy Badger Burrow, 1955 6
Catawba Warrior (The) 6
Chaplain (The), 1952 6
Chatter 6
Chatter Box, 1950-1959 6
Cheshire, 1950 6
Chevalier (The), 1953 6
Chicago Letter, 1951 6
Chicago Miniatures, 1955-1961 6
Child Security 6
Chips 6
Comment, 1952 6
Controversy, 1953 6
Corduroy Patch (The), 1955 6
Cornerstone (The), 1952-1953, 1962 6
Critic (The), 1953 6
Croonings of the March Winds, 1957 6
Crosby Croonings, 1952-1961 6
Digest, 1961 6
Dispatch (The), 1952 6
Duet, 1950-1951 6
Dutch News, 1951-1958 6
Eden’s Rebellion 6
Editorial Guidance Bureau Bulletin, 1952-53 6
Ellis Bible Chautauqua 6
Ellisonian Echoes, 1950-1962 (4 files) 6
Evansville on Parade, 1955-1956 6
Fantasia, 1955 6
Findlay Falchion, 1952 6
Florida Flowers, 1959-1960 6
Florida Mail-o-gram, 1959-1960 6
Floridan, 1952-1953 6
Flying Carpet (The), 1956 6
Fossil (The), 1944-1956 (2 files) 6
Freedom Equality 6
Fumin-n-Fussin, 1955 6
Garden State Messenger (The), 1957 6
Garden Symphony, 1951-1955 6
Gateway of Interweave, 1958-1960 6
Georgia, 1954-1957 6
Georgia Reflections, 1961-1962 6
Girldom, 1959 6
Gladiator, 1950 6
Gloom Chaser, 1950 6
Gods-Acres, 1955 6
Golden Gate Amateur Log, 1953-1955 6
Gosh!, 1950 6
Graham’s Little Letter, 1960 6
Grass Roots, 1952-1958 6
Green Mountain Cheer, 1952-1962 6
G. Wallace Tibbets Writing 6
Hands Together, 1954 6
Hickeydoolas, 1951 6
Hillbilly (The), 1960 6
Hi There!, 1953 6
Homespun, 1950 6
Honey Wood, 1955-1958 6
However Comma, 1950 6
Human Element (The) 6
Inspiration, 1950 6
Issue, 1961 6
Jersey Jingle Belles (The), 1952-1957 6
Jersey Journalist (The), 1951 6
Joy Bearer (The), 1950-1952 6
Just Browsing Around, 1950 6
Just Georgene, 1957 6
Kansas Gay-Feathers, 1956 6
Keyhole (The), 1955-1956 6
Keys 6
Kimberlite (The), 1953 6
Little Nomad 6
Little Wonder, 1959-1962 6
Lone-Star Scripts, 1959-1962 6
Los Angeles A-Jay News (The), 1956 6
Los Angeles Weekly Newsance (The), 1951-1953 6
Magnolia Memories, 1956 6
Mail Pouch (The), 1950-1955 6
Maine-iacs, 1951-1954 6
Man Says (The), 1950-1961 6
Maple Leaf Review (The), 1951-1956 6
March of Rhymes (The) 6
Masaka, 1944 6
Meantime (The), 1950 6
Meet Emma 6
Meet Sandy 6
Merlin’s Magic, 1960-1961 6
Merry Christmas Greetings & Carols

Messenger of Inspiration, 1952-1962

6
Miami Musings, 1957 7
Midwest Amateur (The), 1954-1955 7
Ministry of Inspiration, 1957 7
Minute Maid (The), 1955 7
Miscellaneous Publications, A-L 7
Miscellaneous Publications, M-W 7
Monarda, 1955 7
Monologue (The), 1951 7
Moss Medalist (The), 1954 7
Mountain Shadows, 1959 7
Musette, 1956 7
Nectar & Wormwood, 1950-1951 7
New Voices in Poetry, 1952 7
Newsmonger (The), 1950 7
North Iowa Scribes, 1953-1954 7
Northwest Corner, 1954 7
Observations, 1951-1953 7
Odds and Ends, 1954-1962 7
Offerings, 1951 7
Off the Record (For Just We Kids), 1960 7
Oh Look?, 1955 7
Old Eagle Eye, 1951-1952 7
Old Oaken Bucket (The), 1952-1956 7
On The Trail, 1950 7
On Wings of Friendship, 1958-1960 7
Out of My Mind, 1953 7
Painted Poetry Appreciations, 1959-1962 7
Parnassus, 1954 7
Parson to Person, 1961 7
Partridge in a Pear Tree, 1959-1960 7
Past-Present-Future 7
Patient or Impatient, 1955-1957 7
Patriot (The), 1955-1962 7
Pats, Inc. 7
Pegs, 1958-1959 7
Pendulum (The), 1960-1961 7
Pen Pals, 1952-1953 7
Percolator (The), 1950-1951 7
Personally Yours, 1954 7
Petals, 1950 7
P-K Scribbler (The), 1947 7
Poems & Remarks, 1951 7
Poetry Broadside, 1960-1961 7
Poetry Hour (The), 1951-1953 7
Prepositions 7
Presidential Paragraphs, 1957-1958 7
Presidential Pointers, 1959 7
Preview 7
Purrfikt Press (The) 7
Quest (The) 7
Readin’ Riten 7
Re-discovery, 1951-1954 7
Redondo Reflections, 1950-1951 7
Relatively Speaking, 1951-1952 7
Reminiscence, 1958-1959 7
Review of Amateur Activity, 1950-1951 7
Rhymes From the Tasseltown Times, 1955-1958 7
Rime House, 1950-1952 7
Ripples, 1950-1951 7
Rocking Chair, 1951 7
Roll Call, 1957 7
San Francisco Evening Lamp, 1951-1952 7
Scribbler (The), 1959-1960 7
Seattle Amateur, 1953-1961 7
Shady Acre Sampler, 1950 7
Short & Sweet, 1954-1958 7
Smoke Rings, 1950-1953 7
Something New in Grewn-ings, 1954 7
Sparkler 7
Spectator, 1944 7
Spindrift 7
Spirit of St. Louis, 1956 7
Star-Lane, 1951-1952 7
Stars, 1951-1952 7
Step Outside 7
Stepping Stone, 1952, 1954 7
Stroller (The) 7
Sugar ‘n Spice, 1950 7
Sunflowers, 1955 7
Sunshine & Hobbies, 1961 7
Sunshine Notes, 1959-1962 7
Sycamore, 1952 7
Teen Gleans, 1956 7
Tennessee Whirlaround (The), 1950 7
Texan (The), 1950 7
They Speak Silently 7
This is a Bartlett Pair, 1954 7
This Is My Song, 1955-1957 7
This and That, 1951 7
This Month, 1950-1954 7
Three Cheers, 1952 7
Thot-Jots 7
Thoughts, 1956 7
Tidings, 1950-1952 7
Time and Tide, 1959-1962 7
Tip-Top Varieties from Illinois and Florida, 1952 7
T.N.T. (Top Notch Tinder), 1954-1955 7
Toward the Mark of His High Calling! 7
Traps of Nature (The) 7
Traveler, 1952 7
Trio (The), 1957 7
Truth, 1950 7
U.A.P.A. Bundle Chum, 1961 7
U.A.P.A. Comments, 1954-1959 7
U.A.P.A. Dispatch, 1951-1952 7
U.A.P.A. Newsletter, 1950-1952 7
U.A.P.A. Presidential Paragraphs, 1951-1952 7
United Amateur (The), 1949-1961 7
Variety Fair 7
West Virginia Alpine, 1951 7
Wheeling in the News, 1954-1961 7
Who, 1951-1962 7
Who and What, 1953 7
Who Says So? 7
Willametta’s Seedling, 1959-1961 7
Windfall, 1955-1956 7
Words, 1951-1954 7
Wwhim, 1957 7
Yours Truly, 1952-1958 7

Material on Health and Fitness

Box Number

Folder Number

Correspondence re: Heath’s Ruptured Hernia 8 186
Publications/Brochures re: Health & Fitness 8 187
“The Natural Way to Health,” by John Maxwell (4 volumes of clippings) 8 Loose in box

Miscellaneous Material

Box Number

Folder Number

Luther Burbank Society, Proof Book Number 1, 1913 8 189
List of Vendors 8 190
Resume of the Tourists’ Club, 1891 8 191
Milwaukee & Wisconsin-related Publications 8 192
Miscellaneous Publications 8 193
Song Lyrics 8 194
Composition Books

– M. A. McMullen (Mrs. R. W. Patterson), 1848-1849

– Betty Heath, 1910

8 195
Amateur Radio Magazines/Manual 8 196
Photography Brochures 8 197
Goodwill Journal, 1932-1941 (Milwaukee Goodwill Industries) 8 198
Oversize Chart, “A Century of Business Progress,” Wisconsin Great Lakes Coal & Dock, Co., 1937 8 Loose in box

Oversize Items

Location

Social Democratic Party of America Charter, ca. 1898 OS LG “H”
Excerpt from report on Lowell Damon House, ca. 1940s OS SM “H”)

Scrapbooks

Location

Socialist Clippings, 1904-1905 RC#26 , Sh 6-7
Socialist Clippings, 1898-1910s RC#26 , Sh 6-7
Socialist Party Material, 1895-1911 RC#26 , Sh 6-7
Scrapbook of news clippings, 1883-1904 Lapham Case Sh. 1
Scrapbook of variety theater song lyrics, 1870s-1880s Lapham Case Sh. 1
Scrapbook of variety theater song lyrics, 1870s-1880s Lapham Case Sh. 1
Scrapbook of song lyrics, n.d. Lapham Case Sh. 1
Scrapbook of “Milwaukee – Yesterday and Today articles

written by Heath, n.d.

Lapham Case Sh. 1

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