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Hans Stengel’s “pen portrait” of E. Haldeman-Julius. Haldeman-Julius was a socialist reformer and creator of a series of small, staple-bound booklets known as “Little Blue Books,” which featured various writings on social issues and abridged reprints of classic literature.
Emanuel Haldeman-Julius was the most successful socialist publisher in the history of the United States, the printing presses in Kansas run by he, his wife and son running from the twenties into the seventies, producing over 2,000 titles of cheaply priced chapbooks designed to allow the self-education of workingmen and women.
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Haldeman-Julius knew, was nurtured by, and published writers such as Jack London, Upton Sinclair, Jane Addams, Emma Goldman, H. L. Mencken, Carl Sandburg, Eugene V. Debs, Clarence Darrow, Job Harriman, Will Durant, and Bertrand Russell, among others.Based in Girard, Kansas, his company, Haldeman-Julius Publications, covered socialist politics, the philosophy of free thought, and both new and.
Provenance Purchase from Haldeman-Julius Company of Girard, Kansas, c1974-1975. Extent, Scope, and Content Note The collection is comprised of 10 linear inches of books and pamphlets published between 1922 and 1950 by the Haldeman-Julius Company of Girard, Kansas.
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