Socialism and Christianity in Early 20th Century America

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NOTES
1.
J. G. Phelps Stokes to Thomas A. Watson, 23 November 1932, Box 88, James Graham Phelps Stokes Papers, Columbia University (hereafter JGPS Papers, Columbia University). Watson was the individual who helped Alexander Graham Bell create the telephone.
2.
James F. Findlay Jr., Dwight L. Moody: American Evangelist, 1837-1899 ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969), 339-55.
3.
Class Book of 1892: Sheffield Scientific School ( New Haven, Conn.: Yale University, 1892), 86, 97.
4.
J. G. Phelps Stokes, "My Narrative," unpublished autobiography dictated by Stokes between 1950 and 1956, 66-67. The copy dated 3 October 1967 was in the possession of Mrs. J. G. Phelps Stokes in the 1970s when the author used it in his research. After her death, Columbia University received many additional J. G. Phelps Stokes papers, but "My Narrative" was not included. At present, the author does not know its whereabouts but assumes it is held by a relative of Stokes.
7.
Ibid., 70-71; Letterhead, V. Everit Macy to J. G. Phelps Stokes, 6 October 1898, Box 4, JGPS Papers, Columbia University.
8.
New York Herald, 5 June 1898, clipping, Box 4, JGPS Papers, Columbia University. Stokes; "My Narrative,"262.
9.
List of "Sundry Movements in and about New York City 1895- 1918 seeking to promote wider Cooperation in furtherance of the Common Good," Box 83, JGPS Papers, Columbia University.
10.
Stokes, "Narrative,"124. Pamphlet issued on the fifteenth anniversary of Hartley House, February 1912, Box 9, JGPS Papers, Columbia University.
11.
J. G. Phelps Stokes, Hartley House: And Its Relations to the Social Reform Movement ( New York: 1897), 24, pamphlet in New York Public Library.
14.
J. G. Phelps Stokes to Albert Kennedy, 15 May 1931, Box 4, JGPS Papers, Columbia University. See also Boxes 11, 21, and 63.
15.
Paul Keneley to J. G. Phelps Stokes, 1 May 1902, and Robert Hunter to Governorelect Frank W. Higgins, 22 November 1904, Box 11, JGPS Papers, Columbia University.
16.
J. G. Phelps Stokes, "Omniism; or We and Company, Limited," Wilshire's 5 ( March 1903): 52. See also untitled "autobiographical notes," p. 16, Box 25, JGPS Papers, Columbia University.
17.
Rose Pastor Stokes, "Autobiography," pp. 113-14, Victor Jerome Papers, Yale University. It was at the camp that Rose met the person who became her closest lifelong friend, Olive T. Dargen, who wrote novels under the pen name Fielding Burke.
18.
"Robert Hunter Autobiography," portion held by Mrs. Henry C. Gray, Terre Haute, Indiana.
19.
Rose Pastor Stokes's 1931 New York State Driver's License, Box 3, Rose Pastor Stokes Papers (hereafter RPS Papers), Yale University. Rockwell Kent, It's Me O Lord: The Autobiography of Rockwell Kent ( New York: Dodd, Mead, 1955), 187. See also photo collection in RPS Papers.
20.
Rose Pastor Stokes, "Autobiography," pp. 1-80, 95-106, Victor Jerome Papers, Yale University.

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