Upton Sinclair (1878–1968)

Miscellaneous materials IV :
Articles written by Sinclair, 1940–1961

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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.I85 
A6
PS3537.I85 U645 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Upton Sinclair has a dream. (For The Survey Graphic. Jan 1940) 1 leaf ; 24.5 X 35 cm. Proof copy.
PS3537.I85 T92 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Tomorrow's world must wipe out profit system. (In The Daily Pennsylvanian. v. 57, no. 74, Jan. 17, 1941. p. [3], 5) Gottesman A1968.
PS3537.I85 U8 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Upton Sinclair sees long era of peace in allied victory and world federation. (In The New Leader. Feb. 1, 1941. p. 4) Gottesman A1969.
PS3537.I85 M3782
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Martin Birnbaum / by Upton Sinclair. (In City College Alumnus. New York. v. 37, no. 3, Mar. 1941. p. 24) Gottesman A1974.
PS3537.I85 P76
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Podmaněným narodům Evropským / Upton Sinclair. (In Nevávislý týndeník Ćechoslovák : the Czechoslovak independent weekly. Londýn. May 16, 1941. p. 1–2.)
PS3537.I85 U604 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Upton Sinclair apologizes and explains his position. (In The Open Forum. Los Angeles. v. 18, no. 40, Oct. 4, 1941. p. 2) Gottesman A1981.
PS3537.I85 W9444
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. What can a writer do to aid his country? (In Authors' League bulletin. v. 1, no. 1, Jan. 1942. p. 13) A symposium. Gottesman A1991.
PS3537.I85 L11
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. A Labor Day message to American labor / from Upton Sinclair. (In War Bond Labor News. Washington D.C. Aug. 30, 1942. p. [1]) "Special clip sheet for Labor press." Gottesman A1995.
PS3537.I85 S295
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Second front next Wednesday / by Upton Sinclair. (In Tribune. London. no. 299, Sept. 18, 1942. p. 8.) Gottesman A1996.
PS3537.I85 T8932
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. This is ours : this song of freedom / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Chicago Defender. v. 38, no. 23, Sept. 26, 1942. p. 29 : port.) Gottesman A1997.
PS3537.I85 B579
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Beware campaign dishonesties / by Upton Sinclair. (In Editors' bulletin for the Roosevelt–Truman ticket. no. 4, Nov. 1, 1944. p. 8) Gottesman A2019.
PS3537.I85 L5
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Let us have democracy whole : political democracy is doomed without industrial democracy / by Upton Sinclair. (In The New Leader, Feb. 10, 1945. p. 8) Gottesman A2024.
PS3537.I85 H8
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Humanity united / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Call. Mar. 1945. p. 10 : ill.) Gottesman A2026.
PS3537.I85 G58
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. A good start has been made / Upton Sinclair. (In Common Sense. v. 14, no. 4, May 1945. p. 13) Gottesman A2028.
PS3537.I85 U95 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. A Utopian bookshelf / Upton Sinclair. (In The Saturday review of literature. v. 29, no. 49, Dec. 7, 1946. p. 20–21) Gottesman A2044.
PS3537.I85 S39494
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Sinclair hits Red slavery. (In Los Angeles Examiner. Apr. 11, 1949. p. 6) Gottesman A2065.
PS3537.I85 S396
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Sinclair raps Russ 'slavery' (In Los Angeles Daily News. Apr. 11, 1949) Gottesman A2065 note[?]
PS3537.I85 U615 2 copies
Upton Sinclair calls Russia slave state. (In Los Angeles Times. Apr. 15, 1949. p. [1])
PS3537.I85 R27 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Reds deceived him, Upton Sinclair says in special statement / by Upton Sinclair. (From The New Leader. May 28, 1949. port.) With pencilled comments by Sinclair on copy 1. Gottesman A2066.
PS3537.I85 M9954
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. My ten years' hard / by Upton Sinclair. (In John O'London's weekly. v. 58, no. 1372, Sept. 30, 1949. p. [1]–2 : port.) Gottesman A2070.
PS3537.I85 I58
Los intelectuales del mundo en defensa del pueblo español. (In Las Españas. Numero especial. Mexico, 1950. p. 5–20.) A symposium. Sinclair's contribution appears on p. 10. Gottesman A2079.
PS3537.I85 M9953
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. My position. (In Gunzo. Tokyo : Dai Nippon Yu Ben Ko Da Sha. Jan. 1951. p. 16) This special literary issue contains a poem on p. 20 by Mary Craig Sinclair, "Why we are fighting."
PS3537.I85 S391
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Should socialists put a ticket in the field? / Upton Sinclair. (In Emancipator. San Antonio, Texas. v. 14, no. 5, Jan. 1952. p. 28–29)
PS3537.I85 R14
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Radicalism of past called educational / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Arizona Republic. July 17, 1952. p. 6) At head of title: Inside labor. Gottesman A2102.
PS3537.I85 G9 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. [A guest column in an unidentified news paper; substituting for Victor Riesell] [July 21, 1952]
PS3537.I85 W5997 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The why of The return of Lanny Budd. (In News and Notes of Books and Bookmen. New York : The Viking Press, [1953] 2 p.) Mimeographed on yellow paper.
PS3537.I85 U6033
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Upton Sinclair answers his critics (In London Forward. v. 47, no. 3, Jan. 17, 1953. p. [1]) Gottesman A2116.
PS3537.I85 S3905
"Should our son go to city college?" : the alumni answer. (In The City College Alumnus. v. 48, no. 3, Feb. 1953. p. 15–16) Upton Sinclair's answer: p. 15. Gottesman A2122.
PS3537.I85 L685 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. 'A little child shall them' / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Progressive. v. 17, no. 4, Apr. 1953. p. 26–27) A reply to "The peculiar feebleness of Social Democrats" / by Peter Viereck. Gottesman A2126.
PS3537.I85 I56
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Indignation of people building into hate : reds use his books for propaganda. (In The Denver Post. June 7, 1953. p. 6 : port.) Gottesman A2129.
PS3537.I85 R94
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Russians use his old books for propaganda / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Topeka State Journal. v. 79, no. 137, June 1953. port.)
PS3537.I85 N44
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The new slavery / by Upton Sinclair. New York, 1953. 2 p. A mimeographed copy from Spadea Syndicate, Inc. marked: for release, Friday October 9, 1953. Gottesman A2135[?]
PS3537.I85 A6275 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. America's best secret weapon / by Upton Sinclair. New York, 1953. 2 p. Mimeographed copy for release by the Spadea Syndicate, inc., New York. Marked: For release, Wednesday, December 16, 1953. Gottesman A2141.
PS3537.I85 P63
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Phony friends of liberty. (In The Evening Outlook. Santa Monica, Calif. June 8, 1954. p. [4]) Gottesman A2153.
PS3537.I85 R242
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Real and phony friends of civil liberties. [New York, 1954] 2 p. Mimeographed article marked: For release Tuesday, June 8 1954 [by The Spadea Syndicate, inc., New York.] Gottesman A2152.
PS3537.I85 C46
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Civil liberties, real and phony / by Upton Sinclair. (In Greensboro Daily News. Greensboro, N.C. June 9, 1954. p. 11) Gottesman A2153.
PS3537.I85 C46 1954
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Civil liberties, real and phony / by Upton Sinclair. (In Meriden Journal. Meriden, Conn. June 12, 1954. p. 6)
PS3537.I85 P989
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. 'Propaganda' yesterday — but its 'Art' today / by Upton Sinclair. (From Forward. July 3, 1954. p. 7) Gottesman A2156.
PS3537.I85 G87 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Guest column / by Upton Sinclair ; veteran of civil liberties union warns of communist infiltration. (In The New Leader. July 12, 1954. p. 19 : port.) Gottesman A2157.
PS3537.I85 S289 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The seamy side of social drinking / by Upton Sinclair. [New York, 1954] 2 p. Mimeographed and marked: For release, Friday, December 18, 1954 [by the Spadea Syndicate, inc., New York] Gottesman A2160.
PS3537.I85 S3972
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Sinclair says communists 'more clever'. (In Daily News–Post. Monrovia, Calif. v. 46, no. 137, Feb. 9, 1955. p. [1]) Short article in box on front page.
PS3537.I85 E573
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. "Enemy in the mouth" : a statement / by Upton Sinclair. (From The New Republic. Mar. 21, 1955. p. 21) Gottesman A2168.
PS3537.I85 R34 1955
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. A resort to rice diet / by Upton Sinclair. (From Buffalo Courier Express. Apr. 8, 1955) Proof copy.
PS3537.I85 E573 1955 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Enemy in the mouth. (In Friends Intelligencer : a Quaker weekly. v. 112, no. 16, [Apr.] 16 1955. p. 221–222) Gottesman A2170.
PS3537.I85 C665
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Communists' "International hymn" predicts "the final conflict" : their method of "infiltration". (In The Malabar Herald. Apr. 23, 1955. p. 7) Gottesman A2171.
PS3537.I85 F73
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. For the 50th anniversary of the L.I.D. / by Upton Sinclair. (In 50 years of democratic education. Hotel Commodore, New York. Apr. 23, 1955. p. [8–9] port.) For the League for Industrial Democracy. Gottesman A2172.
PS3537.I85 D52 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Does capitalism mean freedom? That's what Eastman says now. (In The New Leader. v. 38, no. 18, May 2, 1955. p. 18 : port.) At head of title: Guest column by Upton Sinclair. Gottesman A2173.
PS3537.I85 I37
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Ike splits his party! / by Upton Sinclair. New York, 1955. 2 p. Mimeographed copy for release by the Spadea Syndicate, inc., New York. Marked: For release Saturday, May 14, 1955. Gottesman A2174.
PS3537.I85 M9951 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. My friends, the people of Japan / Upton Sinclair. (In Unity. v. 141, no.3, Sept.–Oct. 1955. p.44–45) Gottesman A2177.
PS3537.I85 R34 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. A resort to rice diet / by Upton Sinclair. (In The Malabar Herald. Sept. 3, 1955. p. 7) "Heart attack", a poem by Mary Craig Sinclair: p. 7.
PS3537.I85 S29
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. The seamy side of social drinking / by Upton Sinclair. (In Rhythm. Calcutta, India. v. 3, no. 4, New Year number, 1956. p. 22.) Gottesman A2199.
PS3537.I85 W76
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Workers become heroes when depression strikes / by Upton Sinclair. (In Labor's Daily. Feb. 8, 1956. p. 5 : port.) Gottesman A2186.
PS3537.I85 Z55894
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Memories of a muckraker / by Upton Sinclair. (In Exposé. issue 51, Feb. 1956. p. 1, 8 : port.) Gottesman A2189.
PS3537.I85 Z558 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Life in letters / edited by Upton Sinclair. (In Rhythm. [Calcutta, 1957] v. 5, no. 4. p. 54–55) Describing his collection and the book of letters he proposes to publish. Gottesman A2205.
PS3537.I85 G8 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Greeting from Upton Sinclair : reprinted from The New Leader, April 7, 1958. [S.l., 1958] 1 leaf ; 15 X 28 cm. Promoting the sale of Mrs. Sinclair's "Southern Belle." Gottesman A2212.
PS3537.I85 U944 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Upton Sinclair tells Japan affection. (In Star–News. Pasadena, Calif. June 30, 1960. port.) At head of title: Monrovian says Reds mislead. Gottesman A2230.
PS3537.I85 L793 2 copies
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Long life that led to Cicero / by Upton Sinclair. (In The New York Herald Tribune. Feb. 5, 1961. p. 4 : port.) Gottesman A2233.
PS3537.I85 M592
Sinclair, Upton, 1878–1968. Mr. Upton–Sinclair–Lewis. (In Harper's magazine. v. 222, no. 1330, Mar. 1961. p.48) Gottesman A2234.