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The Masses. April 1911. No 4.
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The Masses. April 1911. No 4.

by Winslow, Horatio [Ed]; Eugene Wood; Art Young, et al

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An early issue of one of the most influential socialist magazines in history, a radical co-operative publication founded in Greenwich Village that published some of the most important authors and artists of the time, seeking to champion socialist ideology and co-operatives until it was ultimately shut down after a lengthy showdown with the government in which they stood trial accused of trying to "unlawfully and willfully…obstruct the recruiting and enlistment of the United States [military]". This issue contains articles on the Mexican Revolution and a profile of Victor L. Berger - "the first socialist congressman". Includes contributions by Thomas Seltzer, George Allen England, J. B. Larric, Eugene Wood, Ellis O. Jones, Hermann Sundermann, Carlo de Fornaro, W. J. Ghent, Edwin Björkman, Horatio Winslow, and Allan Updegrad. Illustrators include Art Young, Anton Otto Fischer, Horace Taylor, Frank Van Sloun, Carlo de Fornaro, Samuel Schwartz, and Marjorie Hood. Goldwater, 151. Quarto. 18pp,… Read more
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The Masses: The Miner. August 1911. Vol. 1, No. 8.
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The Masses: The Miner. August 1911. Vol. 1, No. 8.

by Winslow, Horatio [Ed]; Eugene Wood, et al.

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An early issue of one of the most influential socialist magazines in history, a radical co-operative publication founded in Greenwich Village that published some of the most important authors and artists of the time, seeking to champion socialist ideology and co-operatives until it was ultimately shut down after a lengthy showdown with the government in which they stood trial accused of trying to "unlawfully and willfully…obstruct the recruiting and enlistment of the United States [military]". Includes an early poem by Louis Untermeyer ("The Song of the Street") and contributions by Horatio Winslow, Emanuel Julius, Piet Vlag, Inez Haynes Gillmore, Ethel Lloyd Patterson, and Vera Lynn. Illustrators include Art Young, Robert Robinson, Layton Smith, William Washburn Nutting, Alice Reach Winter, Alexander Popini, and Anton Otto Fischer. Goldwater, 151. Quarto. 18pp, illustrated, frontispiece. Stapled wraps printed in blue ink on brown paper and featuring a portrait of an unnamed miner by Alexander… Read more
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The Masses: The Best Number Of The Best Socialist Magazine. June 1911. Vol. 1, No. 6.
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The Masses: The Best Number Of The Best Socialist Magazine. June 1911. Vol. 1, No. 6.

by Winslow, Horatio [Ed]; Eugene Wood, Art Young, et al

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An early issue of one of the most influential socialist magazines in history, a radical co-operative publication founded in Greenwich Village that published some of the most important authors and artists of the time, seeking to champion socialist ideology and co-operatives until it was ultimately shut down after a lengthy showdown with the government in which they stood trial accused of trying to "unlawfully and willfully…obstruct the recruiting and enlistment of the United States [military]". This issue touted "With an Uncommonsensible Essay by 'Gene Wood and Five Other Splendid Features". Includes contributions by Eugene Wood, Hermann Sundermann, Carlo de Fornaro, George Williams, George Allen England, Hugh O. Penticost, and Horatio Winslow. Illustrators include Art Young, Horace Taylor, Frank van Sloun, Carlo de Fornero, Anton Otto Fischer, and Marjorie Hood. Goldwater, 151. Quarto. 18pp, illustrated, frontispiece. Stapled wraps printed in red ink on brown paper. Frontispiece is a photographic… Read more
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The Masses: Farmer. October 1911. Vol. 1, No. 10.
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The Masses: Farmer. October 1911. Vol. 1, No. 10.

by Winslow, Horatio [Ed]; Eugene Wood, Art Young, et al

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An early issue of one of the most influential socialist magazines in history, a radical co-operative publication founded in Greenwich Village that published some of the most important authors and artists of the time, seeking to champion socialist ideology and co-operatives until it was ultimately shut down after a lengthy showdown with the government in which they stood trial accused of trying to "unlawfully and willfully…obstruct the recruiting and enlistment of the United States [military]". This issue, as the title implies, focuses on the plight of the farmer. Includes contributions by Eleanor Wentworth, Rufus W. Weeks, Frederick Sumner Boyd, Rufus James Trimble, Hank Jellis, Eugene Wood, Emanuel Julius, Pete Vlag, Andre Tridon, Carl Heileman, Donald Wand, Robert Hamburg, Jonas Atwater, and Fritz Von Brachstein. Other illustrators include Anton Otto Fischer (frontispiece), Maurice Becker, and Arthur Young. Quarto. 18pp, illustrated, frontispiece. Stapled wraps printed in brown ink on brown paper,… Read more
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The Masses. July 1911. Vol. 1, No. 7.
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The Masses. July 1911. Vol. 1, No. 7.

by Winslow, Horatio [Ed]; Eugene Wood, Art Young, Louis Untermeyer, et al

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An early issue of one of the most influential socialist magazines in history, a radical co-operative publication founded in Greenwich Village that published some of the most important authors and artists of the time, seeking to champion socialist ideology and co-operatives until it was ultimately shut down after a lengthy showdown with the government in which they stood trial accused of trying to "unlawfully and willfully…obstruct the recruiting and enlistment of the United States [military]". Includes contributions by Horatio Winslow, Emanuel Julius, Piet Vlag, Jane Burr, Josephine Conger, George Allan England, and Vera Lynn. Illustrators include Robert Robinson, Alexander Popini, Maurice Becker, Layton Smith, H.J. Turner and Anton Otto Fischer. Goldwater, 151. Quarto. 18pp, illustrated, frontispiece. Stapled wraps printed in green ink on brown paper and featuring a portrait of an unnamed worker by Anton Otto Fischer. Frontispiece features "The Destroyer" by Charles A. Winter. Near fine.
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