Rebels in Bohemia: The Radicals of the Masses, 1911-1917

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Bibliography
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PERSONAL PAPERS
Cambridge, Mass. Houghton Library, Harvard University John Reed Papers.
Chicago, Ill. Newberry Library Floyd Dell Papers.
New York, N.Y. Special Collections, Butler Library, Columbia University Randolph Bourne Papers. Robert Minor Papers. Tamiment Institute Library Morris Hillquit Papers.
INTERVIEWS
New York, N.Y.
Oral History Research Office, Columbia University
Walter Lippmann. The Reminiscences of Walter Lippmann. 1964. Interviews conducted on a wire recorder by Allan Nevins and Dean Albertson with Walter Lippmann at Lippmann's home in Washington, D.C., in 1950. The interviews were never completed or edited by Lippmann.
Upton Sinclair. The Reminiscences of Upton Sinclair. 1963. Tape-recorded interviews conducted by Ronald Gottesman of Indiana with Upton Sinclair in December 1962.
Carl Van Vechten. The Reminiscences of Carl Van Vechten. 1960. Tape-recorded interviews with Carl Van Vechten by William T. Ingersoll in March, April, and May 1960 in New York City.
DISSERTATIONS AND OTHER TYPESCRIPTS
Egbert, Donald Drew. Marxism, Reformism, and American Art before the Bolshevik Revolution. Chapter 6 of Communism, Radicalism, and the Arts: American Developments in Relation to the Background in Western Europe and in Russia from the Seventeenth

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