Saturday, October 22, 2011

Archive upgrades, III

The Libertarian Labyrinth clean-up advances, step by step: I've made it through the "A"s in a roughly linear fashion—with lots of side trips to deal with all the old problems, new listings and such that naturally appear. And I've been simultaneously digging out and organizing my paper files, which can be a little daunting, since my print-outs of Bolton Hall articles (mostly one-page parables) amount to a 5" stack all by themselves. Since I'm taking the time to verify citations with the original sources where I can, it's been an opportunity to rapidly refresh my memory about a lot of aspects of my last ten years' worth of research.

If you're wading into the archive, you'll find a lot of new author/bibliography pages and navigational templates. On the bibliographic pages, you'll find entries in bold-face, and, in general, those entries should indicate articles that have COinS metadata attached, for those using reference-management systems.

And here's another sample of what's available:


Henry Addis, “Communism,” Freedom 32, no. 344 (January 1918): 2.
Max Baginski, “Anarchism and Anti-Militarism on Trial,” Mother Earth 2, no. 8 (October 1907): 329-333.
Samuel Butler, “Authority,” Mother Earth 1, no. 5 (July 1906): 4-5.
Steven T. Byington, “Anent those Poison Labels,” Good Housekeeping 45, no. 4 (October 1907): 419.
Stephen T. Byington, “Police Methods,” Mother Earth 2, no. 8 (October 1907): 333-335.
Steven T. Byington, “What We Find Instead of the Foot of the Rainbow,” Liberty 15, no. 1 (February 1906): 16-26.
E. C., “Communication,” The Free Enquirer 2, no. 42 (August 14, 1830): 322.
William Henry Channing, “Closing of the Volume,” The Present 1, no. 11-12 (April 1, 1844): 431-432.
Ernest Howard Crosby, “An Hour with Tolstoy,” Mind 11, no. 1 (June 1891): 66-72.
Voltairine de Cleyre, “At the End of the Alley,” Mother Earth 2, no. 2 (April 1907): 113-116.
C. W. Ernst, “Current Literature—A Collection of Philosophical Discourses,” The Radical Review 1, no. 2 (August 1877): 361-364.
Charles Fourier and Charles A. Dana (translator), “An Unpublished Fragment of Fourier,” The Harbinger 3, no. 10 (August 15, 1846): 150-151.
Emma Goldman, Anarchism: What It Really Stands For (New York: Mother Earth Publishing Association, 1911).
Emma Goldman, “Anarchy and the Sex Question,” The Alarm 4, no. 3 (September 27, 1896): 3.
Emma Goldman and John Most, “Anarchy Defended by Anarchists,” Metropolitan Magazine 4, no. 3 (October 1896).
Emma Goldman, Alexander Berkman, and Harry Kelly, “As to "Crammers of Furnaces",” Mother Earth 1, no. 10 (December 1906): 21-24.
Emma Goldman, “The Child and Its Enemies,” Mother Earth 1, no. 2 (April 1906): 7-14.
Emma Goldman, “The Tragedy at Buffalo,” Mother Earth 1, no. 8 (October 1906): 11-16.
Emma Goldman, “The Tragedy of Woman's Emancipation,” Mother Earth 1, no. 1 (March 1906): 9-18.
Margaret Grant, “An Interview with God,” Mother Earth 2, no. 7 (September 1907): 284-287.
Bolton Hall, “And You?,” Mother Earth 1, no. 1 (March 1906): 3.
Bolton Hall, “Competition—A Fable,” Commonwealth 6, no. 26-30 (July 1899): 18-20.
Bolton Hall, “A Fable for Workingmen,” To-Morrow 2, no. 7 (July 1906): 67.
Bolton Hall, “The Ones Interested,” Mother Earth 1, no. 10 (December 1906): 5.
Joshua King Ingalls, “Another Renunciation,” Universalist Union 8, no. 52 (November 11, 1843): 829-831.  
Joshua King Ingalls, “Competition,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 2, no. 16 (August 16, 1848): 249-250.
Harry Kelly, “Anarchism—A Plea for the Impersonal,” Mother Earth 2, no. 12 (February 1908): 555-562.
Eliphalet Kimball, “Civilization—Anarchy,” The Boston Investigator 35, no. 15 (August 19, 1863): 114.
Eliphalet Kimball, “Civilization—Anarchy,” The Boston Investigator 35, no. 16 (August 26, 1863): 122.
Eliphalet Kimball, “Origin of Law,” The Boston Investigator 32, no. 37 (January 14, 1863): 290.
Peter Kropotkin, “Kropotkin says, Stop the War!,” Freedom 34, no. 374 (July 1920): 44-45.
Marx Edgeworth Lazarus, “Apian Psychology and Sociology,” Harper’s New Monthly Magazine 44, no. 259 (December 1871): 118-123.
Samuel Leavitt, “Anti-Malthus,” The Phrenological Journal and Science of Health 71, no. 2 (August 1880): 72-76.
Samuel Leavitt, “Anti-Malthus—No. 2,” The Phrenological Journal and Science of Health 72, no. 1 (January 1881): 32-38.
J. William Lloyd, “Art-Love,” Liberty 4, no. 21 (May 7, 1887): 5.
J. William Lloyd, “An Object Lesson,” Liberty 3, no. 22 (February 6, 1886): 7.
Dyer D. Lum, “Cleveland’s Official View of Polygamy,” Liberty 3, no. 20 (December 26, 1885): 5.
Dyer D. Lum, “Current Literature—Analysis of Religious Belief,” The Radical Review 1, no. 2 (August 1877): 357-361.
T. F. Macdonald, “Australian and New Zealand Labor Movements,” Mother Earth 2, no. 9 (November 1907): 405-410.
Maurice, “Communism,” Freedom 32, no. 345 (February 1918): 9.
Sidney H. Morse, “An Anti-Slavery Hero,” The New England Magazine 4, no. 4 (June 1891): 486-496.
Max Nettlau, “Anarchism: Communist or Individualist?—Both,” Mother Earth 9, no. 5 (July 1914): 170-175.
Max Nettlau, “Anarchism in England Fifty Years Ago,” Liberty 15, no. 1 (February 1906): 44-51.
William Harrison Riley, “Communism vs. Commercialism,” Liberty 1, no. 3 (September 3, 1881): 3.
George Schumm, “Proudhon’s Preeminence,” Liberty 4, no. 18 (March 26, 1887): 5.
Jno. Gilmer Speed, “Anarchists in Hard Times,” The Outlook 48, no. 20 (November 11, 1893): 840-841.
Francis D. Tandy, “Economy in Library Binding,” Books 3, no. 8-9 (August-September 1893): 143.
Francis D. Tandy, Free Competition (Columbus Junction Ia.: E.H. Fulton, 1896).
Francis D. Tandy, “The Pre-Natal Culture Dogma,” The Colorado Medical Journal 3, no. 10 (October 1897): 377-381.
Francis D. Tandy, “The Question of Indexes,” The Library Journal 22, no. 2 (February 1897): 88.
Francis D. Tandy, “The Question of Indexes,” The Library Journal 22, no. 6 (June 1897): 303.
Francis D. Tandy, “The Colorado Medical Library Association, an Historical Sketch,” The Colorado Medical Journal 4, no. 5 (May 1898): 181.
Francis D. Tandy, “Some Suggestions in Regard to the Use of the Dewey Decimal Classification,” Public Libraries 4, no. 3 (March 1899): 139-141.
Francis D. Tandy, “Something about Indexing,” The Writer 10, no. 2 (February 1897): 14-15.
Francis D. Tandy, “Strikes, Trusts, Boycotts and Blacklists,” The Arena 22, no. ?? (February 1900): 194-203.
Francis D. Tandy, “Suggestions on the Index to Periodicals,” Public Libraries 1, no. 4 (August 1896): 149.
Benjamin R. Tucker, “Armies that Overlap,” Liberty 6, no. 26 (March 8, 1890): 4.
Benjamin R. Tucker, “Col. Ingersoll’s Words,” The Index 9, no. 482 (April 4, 1878): 165.
Benjamin R. Tucker, “An Important Work,” Liberty 9, no. 19 (January 7, 1893): 2.
Benjamin R. Tucker, “Response to ‘Art-Love’,” Liberty 4, no. 21 (May 7, 1887): 5.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—I,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 19 (May 10, 1894): 5-6.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—In England.—II,” The Twentieth Century;; 12, no. 20 (May 17, 1894): 7-8.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Its Ideal.—III,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 22 (May 31, 1894): 7-8.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Ancient Co-operation.—IV,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 23 (June 7, 1894): 7-8.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Some Experiments.—V,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 24 (June 14, 1894): 7-9.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Various Schemes.—VI,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 25 (June 21, 1894): 8-10.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Various Schemes.—VII,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 26 (June 28, 1894): 7-9.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—European Credit Banks.—VIII,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 1 (July 5, 1894): 7-8.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—European Credit Banks.—IX,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 2 (July 12, 1894): 7-8.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—European Credit Banks.—X,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 3 (July 19, 1894): 8-10.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Friendly Societies.—XI,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 4 (July 26, 1894): 7-8.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Historical Summary.—XII,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 5 (August 2, 1894): 7-9.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—A Foundation.—XIII,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 6 (August 9, 1894): 7-9.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—A Plan.—XIV,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 7 (August 16, 1894): 7-9.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Dangers.—XV,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 8 (August 23, 1894): 7-9.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Development.—XVI,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 9 (August 30, 1894): 8-10.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Acquirement and Operation of Public Enterprises.—XVII,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 10 (September 6, 1894): 7-10.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—The Co-operative Commonwealth.—XVIII,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 11 (September 13, 1894): 6-8.
William Henry Van Ornum, “Co-operation.—Conclusion.—XIX,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 12 (September 20, 1894): 6-7.
James L. Walker, “Anarchy, Government, and Liberty,” Liberty 5, no. 6 (October 22, 1887): 6.
Alfred B. Westrup, Citizens’ Money, a critical analysis in the light of free trade in banking (Chicago: Mutual Bank Propaganda, 1891).
“Attempt to Kill Louise Michel,” Liberty 5, no. 14 (February 11, 1888): 1, 8.

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