Upton Sinclair (1878–1968)

Miscellaneous materials II:
Articles written by Sinclair, 1905–1929

The items listed here are from the library of Upton Sinclair. This collection consists of articles written by Upton Sinclair between the years 1905 and 1929, published in various magazines, newspapers, and journals. Items in this collection are those that are less than 4 pages long; lengthier materials from the Sinclair library have been individually cataloged and can be found using IUCAT. Items are listed in chronological order. "Gottesman" numbers refer to entries in: Upton Sinclair : an annotated checklist / by Ronald Gottesman. [Kent, Ohio] : Kent State University Press, c1973.

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PS3537.I85 I64
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Is Chicago meat clean? / by Upton Sinclair. (From Collier's. Apr. 22, 1905. p. 13 : ill.) The article precedes publication of "The Jungle." Gottesman A279.
PS3537.I85 H2 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. He hates the idea of legal tie; so does his wife of 5 years; marriage in our day is merely legalized slavery, author thinks. (From The San Francisco Examiner. Jan. 30, 1909. p. 1–2. : ill., port.) A feature article reporting an interview with Upton Sinclair. Gottesman A346.
PS3537.I85 S523
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Socialism's triumph in 1913. (From Saturday Evening Post. May 8, 1909. p. 8–9 : port.) Sinclair's contribution to an article: "Practical" socialism — Is there any such thing? Gottesman A349.
PS3537.I85 N4
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. A new Helicon Hall / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Independent : a weekly magazine. v. 68, no. 3171, Thur. Sept. 9, 1909. p. 580–583) Gottesman A353.
PS3537.I85 R24
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Read this. (From Everybody's magazine. Dec. 1909. p. 856–857) Refers to an article written by Judge Lindsey. Gottesman A358.
PS3537.I85 E38
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The endowment of genius : a reply / by Upton Sinclair. (From The New Age. June 16, 1910. p.157–159) A reply to Alfred E. Randall's article in the May 19th issue. Gottesman A370.
PS3537.I85 E381
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The endowment of genius. (In The New Age. Aug. 11, 1910. p. 356) Sinclair sends to the editor of The New age two letters he has received concerning his plan to endow genius. The letters are from George Bernard Shaw and E.G. Craig. Gottesman A378.
PS3537.I85 S752
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Starving for health's sake. (In The Cosmopolitan magazine. Oct. 1910. p. 661–662, p. 60, 68 in advertising section) Sinclair gives an analysis of the reaction to his article which he had written for the Cosmopolitan and appends a selection of letters from various readers. At end is a letter from Sinclair to the New York Times concerning their refusal to print Sinclair's correspondence relating to his article or to pay any attention to his protests. Gottesman A386.
PS3537.I85 I585
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The International League : a program. [Chicago: Charles H. Kerr, 1912] 2 p. Gottesman A416[?]
PS3537.I85 S96 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The syndicalist / by Upton Sinclair. (From The Coming Nation. 1912. p. 11 : ill.) Gottesman A415.
PS3537.I85 B62
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. A bold plan / by Upton Sinclair. (From New York Call. Sept. 15, 1912) A photostat (negative) of the article.
PS3537.I85 S548
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Mr. Upton Sinclair's speech. (In The Citizen. Letchworth, Eng. Aug. 15, 1913. p.2) At an open–air meeting to protest the arrest of George Lansbury and others for an allegedly seditious speech in Albert Hall. Gottesman A435.
PS3537.I85 D37 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Democratic defense : a practical program for socialism. (In The New Republic. v. 10, no. 126, Mar. 31, 1917. p. 262–263) A statement from a group of prominent American Socialists; signed by W.J. Ghent, Charmian London, Charles Edward Russell, Mary Craig Sinclair, Upton Sinclair, George Sterling, J.G. Phelps Stokes and William English Walling. Gottesman A484.
PS3537.I85 P13
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Peace and its meaning / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Western Comrade. Leesville, La. v. 5, no. 11–12, 1918. p. 20, 37) Includes also an advertisement for Upton Sinclair's Magazine, p. 39. Gottesman A 497.
PS3537.I85 T97 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Two Socialist poets / Upton Sinclair. (In Pearson's magazine. v. 38, no.7, Jan. 1918. p. [314]–315) Gottesman A496.
PS3537.I85 G57
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Good news. (From an unidentified periodical dated Feb. 1919. p.13) Gottesman A601.
PS3537.I85 I63
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Interviewing Upton Sinclair on Free love. (From Current Opinion. New York. May 2, 1920) Gottesman A712.
PS3537.I85 I62
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Interviewing Upton Sinclair on free love. (From The Truth. New York. May 29, 1920)
PS3537.I85 S394 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Sinclair accepts : the author of the "Jungle" and "Brass check" accepts the nomination for Congress in the 10th district. (In Voice of Labor. Los Angeles. v. 1, no. 1, Aug. 18, 1920. p. [1],3) Sinclair's acceptance speech. Gottesman A718.
PS3537.I85 S536
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Solution of minorities problem : plan of federation as in America : dangerous if another war at present time / by Upton Sinclair. (From Natal Advertiser. Durban, South Africa. Oct. 25, 1920) Gottesman A732.
PS3537.I85 W593
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The "White terror" in journalism : renegade socialist carries on campaign of abuse and misrepresentation against Sinclair and The Appeal : deserter from radical ranks now earns his stipend by shooting poisoned arrows of mendacity and malice at the socialist movement, which he sneeringly brands as "The Boobery" / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Appeal to Reason. Girard, Kan. No. 1, 327, May 7, 1921. p.1, 4) Gottesman A786.
PS3537.I85 C394 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The charter of the "Appeal to reason." Minneapolis, Minn., [1923] 1 leaf ; 14 x 21.5 cm. "The above charter was drafted and is offered for consideration by Upton Sinclair. The Farmer, Labor, Socialist, and Progressive groups of the Twin Cities are now starting a campaign to revive the "Appeal to reason."" Gottesman A949[?]
PS3537.I85 S482
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Social art / Upton Sinclair. (In The Modern quarterly. v. 1, no. 1, Mar. 1923. p 51–52). Gottesman A904.
PS3537.I85 M3794
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Memories of Jack London / by Mr. Upton Sinclair. (From The Bengalee. Calcutta, Apr. 21, 1923) Gottesman A1029 note.
PS3537.I85 M3793
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Memories of Jack London / by Mr. Upton Sinclair. (From The New Empire. Calcutta, May 4, 1923?) Gottesman A1029 note.
PS3537.I85 J3
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Jack London's books inspiration of youth movement the world over ... / by Upton Sinclair. (In Rochester Sunday American. Mar. 22, 1925. p. 3 : port., facsim.) Gottesman A1017.
PS3537.I85 M3795 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Memories of Jack London, the bitter rebel / by Upton Sinclair ; specially contributed to the "Sunday Advocate." (From The Sunday Advocate. Bombay, India, Apr. 26, 1925) Gottesman A1029.
PS3537.I85 M3792
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Memories of Jack London, the bitter rebel / by Upton Sinclair. (In Hindustan and Advocate of India. Bombay, India, May 1, 1925. port.) Gottesman A1029 note.
PS3537.I85 T894
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. A thought for today. (From The Daily Standard. Brisbane, Australia, May 18, 1925.) Gottesman A1035.
PS3537.I85 F72 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. [For Romain Rolland] (In Europe : Revue Mensuelle. no. 38. Feb. 1926. p. [199]) Special Rolland number. Copy 2 is one of "50 exemplaires sur papier vélin purfil des papeteries lafuma, de voiron, numérotes de 81 a 130, et réservés aux collaborateurs du numéro spécial. Exemplaire No. 88." Sinclair's contribution in copy 2 appears on p. [71] Gottesman A1086.
PS3537.I85 U628 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Upton Sinclair defends his attitude : the famous socialist explains his charge against the Jewish people. (In The Jewish Tribune. June 11, 1926. p. 3, 18.) Includes editorial comment on "Mr. Sinclair's error"; also the full text of the statement Sinclair contributed to Juden–hass–eine Anthologie. Gottesman A1095.
PS3537.I85 U945
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Upton Sinclair to an American capitalist. (The New Magazine : supplement of The Daily Worker. June 26, 1926. p. [2]) Gottesman A1096 note.
PS3537.I85 E3
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Education à la Legion. (From The Nation. v. 123, no. 3197, Oct. 13, 1926. p. 348) Gottesman A1110.
PS3537.I85 P74
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Pocket series has solved problem of culture, says Upton Sinclair. (From Life and letters. Girard Kan., [ca. 1927] p. 8) Sinclair congratulates Haldeman–Julius on the publication of the 500th of the Little Blue Books.
PS3537.I85 R8
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Une route amèricaine. (From L'Ouest–sportif. 1927. p. 9 : port.) Article preceded by a review of "Oil!" by Upton Sinclair.
PS3537.I85 R47
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Revolution — not sex / by Upton Sinclair. (From The New Masses. Mar. 1927. p. 11) Gottesman A1131.
PS3537.I85 W994
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Would indict Massachusetts. (From The Nation. Aug. 24, 1927. p.175) Telegram to The Nation in behalf of Sacco and Vanzetti. Gottesman A1145.
PS3537.I85 U947
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Upton Sinclair voices his objections to editorial article in The News. (In The Denver Evening News. Sept. 9, 1927. p. 6.) Gottesman A1148.
PS3537.I85 M995
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. My friend, George Sterling / by Upton Sinclair. (In Overland monthly and Out west magazine. v. 85, no. 12, Dec. 1927. p. 365) Gottesman A1159.
PS3537.I85 S547
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Speaking of Russia. (In The Open Forum. Los Angeles. v. 5, no. 24, June 16, 1928. p. 3) Gottesman A1182.
PS3537.I85 S754
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Statement / by Upton Sinclair. (In Poems of the Chinese Revolution. English edition. Edited by his–Tseng. New York, 1929. P. [3])
PS3537.I85 U67
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Upton Sinclair on workers' art. (From The New Masses. Nov. 1929. p. 20) Gottesman A1233.
PS3537.I85 L12
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Land of orange groves and jails / by Upton Sinclair. [n.p., 1929] 1 leaf. Offprint from The Nation, Nov. 20, 1929. Gottesman A1238[?]
PS3537.I85 L12 1929 3 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Land of orange groves and jails / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Open Forum. Los Angeles. v. 6, no. 47, Nov. 23, 1929. p. 1–2.) Gottesman A1229.
PS3537.I85 L12 1929a
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Land of orange groves and jails / by Upton Sinclair. 3 leaves. Galley proof of the article which appeared in The Open Forum. Los Angeles. v. 6, no. 47, Nov. 23, 1929. p. 1–2.