44 results found for: subject:"Communists--Massachusetts"

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1934

Workers School of Boston

Marxism and culture

Boston (Mass.) - Broadside promoting course of twelve lectures for workers.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1948

Communist Party of Massachusetts

Petition: Houses up, rents down

Boston (Mass.) - Petition relating to post-war legislation dealing with the housing crisis.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1949

Communist Party of Massachusetts . Western Massachusetts Section

To all AFL unions, independent unions, and unions affiliated with the TUUL, Socialist Party branches, and other working class organizations

Springfield (Mass.) - Flier alerting members that the NRA "is making every attempt possible to block all efforts of the workers to organize, picket., and strike" and to call for unity of workers at a mass meeting in Springfield to oppose Fascism and create a genuine United Front. Signed by Paul C. Wicks, Section Organizer.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1949 Aug. 21

Fifteen minute broadcast, Sunday, August 21, 1949 Station

Fall River (Mass.) - Script for Communist Party radio broadcast, probably over station WMEX, Fall River, directed largely to textile workers, regarding current politics in the state, unions, and the working class.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1934

Workers Educational Institute

Good news! Official opening of the reading room and library

Boston (Mass.) - Flier announcing event to celebrate opening of the new library at the Workmen's Educational Institute at New International Hall, Roxbury.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1957 May 10

Felshin, Joe

Letter from Joe Felshin to Frank Collier

New York (N.Y.) - Re publications by Communist-affiliated New Century Publishers, including discussion of advertising for of W.E.B. Du Bois's new novel, The Ordeal of Mansart. "There are absolutely njo 'secrets' about our firm. I have been the head of it for over 20 years and every couple of years representatives of the Bureau of Internal Revenue come in and spend from 10 days to two we... more

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1954

Communist Party of Massachusetts

The city election

Lawrence (Mass.) - Flier for distribution for the Lawrence elections of 1954, calling attention to getting federal aid for the city, for supporting the labor movement in organizing sweat shops, and mobilizing people to oppose "the Republican, McCarthyite, Big Business Gang."

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1949

Hood, Otis A.

Safeguard our children: Boston's greatest wealth A letter from Otis A. Hood for School Committee

Boston (Mass.) - Pamphlet for Communist candidate for Boston School Board, criticizing use of schools for war propaganda.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1949

Hood, Otis A.

Elect Otis A. Hood to the Boston School Committee

Boston (Mass.) - Card supporting election of Communist candidate for Boston School Committee, advocating peace, job security, racial equality, labor, and new school buildings.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection