Lizzie M. Holmes

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Notes

  • The Fear of Want Leads to the Greed of Gold Tailor
  • The Scab Tailor & The railroad telegrapher. v.21, pt.2 1904.
  • Out to Service Tailor
  • Home Amusements Club Woman
  • Which is Bravery? Flaming Sword
  • The Short and Simple Annals of the Poor Locomotive Firemen's
  • The Little Slaves Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen's ... v. 32 (Jan.-June 1902).
  • The New Slavery Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen's ... v.33 (July-Dec 1902).
  • Love's Dream and Life's Reality Tailor
  • The History of a Silver Dollar Tailor
  • The Evolution of an Agitator Tailor
  • At Christmas Time Conductor and brakeman. v. 28 (1911).
  • The Brotherhood of Man Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen's ... v. 34 (Jan.-June 1903).
  • Our Sacrifices to the Modern Gods Locomotive
  • A Match-Making Daughter Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen's ... v.41 (July-Dec 1906).
  • By Telegraph Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen's ... v. 42 (Jan.-June 1907).
  • A Women's Strike The Railroad trainman. v.19 1902 Jan-Jun.
  • A Ruined Life Wilshire's magazine v.2-4 1901-02.
  • Royalty and Rags Switchmen's journal. v.7 no.1 1893 May.
  • The Man of Worth Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen's magazine. ... v.38 1905.
  • The Lure of the Factory The railroad telegrapher. v.30, no.2 1913: July-Dec..
  • The Dignity of Labor The railroad telegrapher. v.18 1901.
  • On the Grade Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen's ... v. 37 (July-Dec. 1904).
  • Old and Poor Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers journal.
  • An Incident of a Strike The railroad telegrapher. v.21, pt.1 1904.
  • The New Commandment The railroad telegrapher. v.22 1905.
  • The Fault of the Unions The railroad telegrapher. v.23 1906.
  • On race suicide, see Lizzie M. Holmes, review of The American Idea, American Federationist 14 (December 1907)
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “A Dream of the Past and Present.” Beacon 1:12 (Apr. 26, 1890).
  • Alarm (second series) Lizzie M. Swank
  • Lizzie Holmes. “Necessity for General Agitation.” Freedom [Parsons, 1890-1892] 1:4 (Feb. 1, 1891).
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “Tendency of the Times.” Freedom [Parsons, 1890-1892] 1:10 (Oct. 1891).
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “Liberty and Its Restrictions.” Freedom [Parsons, 1890-1892] 2:7 (June 1892).
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “The ‘Unwomanly’ Woman.” Our New Humanity 1:3
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “What Is Vice and Crime?” The Individualist 5:33 (July 26, 1890). [OCLC Number: 9541165]
  • Lizzie Holmes. “Bread or Liberty?” Demonstrator 103 (May 16, 1906).
  • Lizzie Holmes. “Woman’s Suffrage in Colorado.” Demonstrator 121 (Mar. 6, 1907).
  • Instead of a Magazine
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “Prisons and Palaces. A New Study of the Conventional Lies of Our Christian Civilization.” Liberator (1905-1906) 1:2 (Sept. 10, 1905).
  • Lizzie M. Swank. “Two Stories in One.” Alarm 3:2 (Apr. 3, 1886). Discussing “slavery in 1850” and “slavery in 1886.”
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “The Law Makers.” Free Society 209 (Apr. 2, 1899).
  • Lizzie Holmes. “Woman and Economics.” Free Society 215 (May 14, 1899).
  • Lizzie Holmes. “The Servant Girl Question.” Free Society 309 (Apr. 14, 1901).
  • Lizzie Holmes. “Politics and Socialism.” Free Society 407 (Mar. 29, 1903).
  • Lizzie Holmes. “Punishment.” Discontent 128 (Jan. 30, 1901).
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “The Population and Economic Question.” Lucifer 772 (July 29, 1899).
  • “Mary Wollstonecraft: A Symposium.” Lucifer 967 (Apr. 30, 1903). Includes contributions from Laura H. Earle, Celia B. Whitehead, Lizzie M. Holmes, Charlotte Watson, and Lucy N. Colman.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “Individualism vs. Communism.” Firebrand 3:13 (May 2, 1897).
  • Lizzie M. Holmes. “That ‘Color Line.’” Liberty 293 (Aug. 11, 1894).
  • May Huntley.6 “Nature and the Law.” Lucifer 859 (Apr. 6, 1901)–860 (Apr. 13, 1901).
  • Moses Harman. “Love Dies—Why Should Love Die?” Lucifer 864 (May 11, 1901). Harman begins with a letter from May Huntley that explains the “tragic ending” in her story, “Nature and the Law.”
  • May Huntley in The Temple 1897-1898
  • Lizzie M. Swank, "What Are 'American Institutions'? The Commonweal, July 16, 1887
  • Lizzie M. Swank, "The Working Women of America," Truth, June 1884
  • Lizzie M. Swank Holmes. (American Federationist - August 1905) "The Mistakes of Trade Unionism"
  • Radical Review ?
  • New Light on the Bible by Lizzie M. Swank The Truth Seeker (Nov., 1884)
  • "The Verdict" Lizzie M. Swank - Denver Labor Enquirer & Social Solutions
  • Radical Review - "CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of The Radical Review : Will you allow a word of criticism to appear in your excellent journal ? I am a constant reader, and admire it in many respects, but sometimes I do not agree with it's opinions..." [w/additional debate]
  • in Radical Review: "The Inter-Ocean reports the lecture as follows: " She gave a history of the development of the art of music, and claimed for it that it was not one of the isolated arts..."
  • Swank Radical Review "Is this an Age of Faith?"
  • Swank Radical Review "An Open Letter to the Moral Education Society"
  • New Californian articles appeared in "Pacific Union-Alliance"
  • Article(s) in the Los Angeles Porcupine April 15, 1893.
  • Our Organized Charities. A quieter of consciences B Lizzie M. Holmes. National Economist, Jan. 14, 1893.
  • "The Paris Commune" The Denver Evening Post, (Denver, CO) Monday, March 20, 1899; pg. 10
  • "Trade Unions in Petticoats"