Upton Sinclair (1878–1968)

Miscellaneous materials VII :
Articles about Upton Sinclair and his works.

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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[Miscellaneous Clippings on Upton Sinclair's The jungle] 1. Dwyer, William M. Book penned around 1900 made your dinner good today. (From Trenton Sunday times. Nov. 15, 1964.) –– 2. Unger, Michael D. N.J. storm centered on Upton Sinclair; author tried for seclusion in Englewood cooperative dwelling." (From Trenton Sunday news. July 5, 1964.)
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Churchill, Winston, 1874–1965. The Chicago scandals : the novel which is making history / by Winston Spencer Churchill. (In P.T.O., edited by T.P. O'Connor. London. v. 1, no. 1–2, June 16 & 23, 1906. p. 25–26, 65–66)
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First British Reviews of The Flivver King, by Upton Sinclair. New York : U. Sinclair, [1937] 1 leaf ; 14 x 22 cm.
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Glaspell, Susan, 1876–1948. George Cram Cook : a correction of Upton Sinclair's statement / by Susan Glaspell. (In Haldeman–Julius quarterly. v. 2, no. 3, Apr.–June 1928. p. 46)
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W., K. Marie Antoinette, by Upton Sinclair. New York : U. Sinclair, [1939] 1 leaf ; 14 X 22 cm. Offprint from New York Times book review, July 30, 1939.
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[Reviews of Upton Sinclair's Autobiography. New York : Harcourt, Brace & World, 1962] Fourteen clippings from various newspapers and magazines, many with penciled comments by Sinclair.
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[End Poverty in California (EPIC) campaign literature] 1934. 1 leaf ; 78 mm. Anti–Sinclair campaign literature in the form of paper currency.
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Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Authors I have met ... / by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. (In New book digest. Bombay, India. v. 4, no. 2, Aug. 1939. p. 13–17 : ports.) Account of Sinclair, p. 15–16.
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Abram, Sydney S. Upton Sinclair. (In The Fort George lantern : the literary arts magazine of George Washington High School, Fort George Hill, New York City. Oct. 1928. p. 33–38) Signed at end: Sydney S. Abram, '29. Author's inscribed copy to Upton Sinclair.
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Adamic, Louis, 1899–1951. Upton Sinclair : a prophet of red dawn / by Louis Adamic. (In The open forum. Los Angeles. v. 4, no. 48, Nov. 26, 1927. p. 1–2)
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Adimari, Ralph. Upton Sinclair, last of the dime novelists / by Ralph Adimari. (In Dime novel roundup. v. 24, no. 6–7, June 15, July 15, 1956. p. 42–44, 51–52 : ill.)
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Aikman, Duncan, 1889– Thinking it over / by Duncan Aikman. (In Daily news. Los Angeles. v. 10, no. 143, Feb. 16, 1933. p. [16], 19) A discussion of "Upton Sinclair presents William Fox." Page 19 wanting.
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American colony in Bermuda is growing. (From New York World. Jan. 11, 1914) Included in the list of recent arrivals are the names of Mr. and Mrs. Upton Sinclair.
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Americkanische Dichter der Gegenwart. (From Sonderbeilage, Nr. 33 der "Deutsche Kurz–Post." Charlottenburg, 1929. [2] p. : ports.) Portraits and brief biographies of Upton Sinclair, Sinclair Lewis and Theodore Dreiser.
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Arden has a circus : clown rushes from ring and puts Sinclair under arrest. (From New York Times. Aug. 6, 1911) Aftermath of Sinclair's arrest for playing games on Sunday.
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Armour, Richard, 1906–1989. Upton Sinclair rips into John Barleycorn ... / by Richard Armour. (In an unidentified Pasadena, Calif. newspaper. Apr. 22, 1956. port.) A review of Sinclair's "The cup of fury."
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Art's bar sinister. (From Rob Wagner's script. Beverly Hills, Calif. v. 4, no. 101, Jan. 17, 1931. p. 2)
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As Sinclair returns with injured wife "Tramp poet" Kemp sails as stowaway. (In New York evening journal. Sept. 30, 1913) Included are portraits of the first and second Mrs. Sinclair, Upton Sinclair and Harry Kemp [etc]. Harry Kemp was named by Sinclair as correspondent in his divorce proceedings against the first Mrs. Sinclair.
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Astor, Vincent, 1891–1959. Astor writes to Sinclair. (From Appeal to reason. Girard, Kan. Jan. 24, 1914) An answer to Sinclair's letter which had appeared in an earlier issue of The appeal to reason.
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Axson, Stockton, 1867–1935. Floyd Dell's picture of Upton Sinclair is more than "A social protest" says Dr. Stockton Axson / by Dr. Stockton Axson. (From The chronicle. Houston, Texas. Aug. 21, 1927)
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B., A.S. Our doctored daily news. (From The Christian register. Aug. 5, 1920. p. 770) Review of The brass check, by Upton Sinclair.
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Bar Sinclair's plays. (From New York Sun. Jan. 27, 1909) Concerning Stanford University banning Upton Sinclair's Socialist plays.
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Barr, Margaret. A personal Jesus, by Upton Sinclair. (In The Aryan path. Bangalore, India. July 1955. p. 323) A review.
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Barrows, Edward Morley, 1887–1940. Upton Sinclair, whom you might call an "home incompris," as Floyd Dell interprets him ... / reviewed by Edward M. Barrows. (From The New York Post. Aug. 27, 1927) Review of Dell's "Upton Sinclair."
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Barry, John D. (John Daniel), 1866–1942. Ways of the world : fine harvest / by John D. Barry. (In The San Francisco news. Oct. 19, 1940. p. 14) A review of Sinclair's "World's end."
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Baskin, Alice Haines. Bust of Pasadena author is new work of noted Swedish sculptor ... / by Alice Haines Baskin. (From Pasadena Star–News. July 23, 1926. ill.)
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Bates, H. E. (Herbert Ernest), 1905–1974. Two giants and a giant killer / by H. E. Bates. (In The new clarion. June 25, 1932. p. 62) Reviews of Candid reminiscences, by Upton Sinclair ; Lenin, by J. Maxton ; Frank Harris, by Hugh Kingsmill ; Ten contemporaries, by John Gawsworth.
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Beatty, Bessie, 1886–1947. Offered self for sale, now Sinclair's star : Miss Elizabeth Magie, who will be leading woman. (In San Francisco Bulletin. Jan. 26, 1909. p. [2] : port.)
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Beaufort, John. Off Broadway's venturesome enterprise / by John Beaufort. (In The Christian Science monitor. Feb. 11, 1961) Proof copies. A favorable review of Sinclair's play "Cicero."
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Bell, Thomas H. [Letter to the editor] (In The open forum. v. 2, no. 32. p. 3) Castigating Sinclair for his defense of the treatment of political prisoners in Russia.
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Benchley, Robert, 1889–1945. Books and other things / by Robert C. Benchley. (From The New York World. Sept. 8, 1920) Benchley's criticism of Sinclair's "The brass check."
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Bennett, Jesse Lee, 1885–1931. Civil liberty in Los Angeles. [Los Angeles : Southern California Branch of the American Civil Liberties Union, 1923] [4]p. ; 12mo. Caption title. Offprint "from ... the Baltimore Sun, May 24, 1923."
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Benton, W. C. The progress of labor / by W. C. Benton. Cincinnati, 1992. 1 leaf : ill. ; 36 cm. At bottom of page: "Free advertisement" [for U. Sinclair's "The brass check."]
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Bergendahl, Erling. Upton Sinclair — Sacco og Vanzetti / av Erling Bergendahl. (In Arbeiderbladet. Apr. 6, 1929. p. 4 : ports.)
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Berry, Graham. Upton Sinclair near 78 and he's still crusading ... / by Graham Berry. (In Los Angeles Times. Aug. 26, 1956. p. 1, 6 : ill., port.)
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Bohn, Wm. E. (William Edward), b. 1877. Sinclair : the writer as a good man. (In The new leader. v. 41, no. 34, Sept. 22, 1958. p. 23 : port.)
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[Book reviews] (In The English literary and educational review for continental readers. Leipzig. no. 3, Autumn 1932. p. 10, 16–18, 24) Reviews of Sinclair's The goose–step, American outpost, The wet parade.
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Breit, Harvey, 1913– In and out of books / by Harvey Breit. (In The New York Times book review. Feb. 3, 1957. p. 8 : ill.) Preview of Sinclair's "My life in letters."
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Broun, Heywood, 1888–1939. Books / by Heywood Broun. (From The New York Tribune. May 3, 1920) Takes issue with Sinclair in his attack on the newspaper treatment of his novel "The brass check."
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Broun, Heywood, 1888–1939. Books / by Heywood Broun. (From The New York Tribune. Aug. 27, 1920) A discussion of his attitude toward Sinclair's "The brass check."
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Brown, William Garrott, 1868–1913. Prophetic voices about America / by William Garrott Brown. (From an unidentified periodical [ca. 1907]. p. 372–383) Among the authors and works discussed is The industrial republic, by Upton Sinclair.
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Bruccoli, Matthew J. (Matthew Joseph), 1931–2008. A grievance against the demon rum ... / by M.J. Bruccoli. (In The Richmond news leader. May 5, 1956. p. 8 : port.) A review of Sinclair's "The cup of fury."
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Burgum, Edwin Berry, b. 1894. Lanny Budd marches on ... / by Edwin Berry Burgum. (In The New York Times book review. June 10, 1945. p. 5, 8 : port.) A review of "Dragon Harvest."
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Burton, Jean, 1910– The EPIC beehive of Mr. Upton Sinclair / by Jean Burton. (In New democracy. Sept. 15, 1934. p. 26–28)
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C., G.R. Upton Sinclair, man of the month. (In The peninsulan. v. 2, no. 11, Sept. 1934. p. 7–8, 24) Article signed at end: G.R.C.
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C., S.T. "The wet parade" (In Saturday night. Nov. 14, 1931. p. 14–15) Book review.
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The whirlwind of Sinclairism : a challenge to action, a call to arms in defense of California. San Francisco : California League Against Sinclairism, 1934. 1 p. A political advertisement taken from The Argonaut, October 19, 1934.
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Calverton, V. F. (Victor Francis), 1900–1940. Social forces in late American literature / by V. F. Calverton. (From The workers monthly. Chicago. Sept. 1925. p. 509–512) Discusses Sinclair as the pessimist with faith in the reconstruction of value through the rise of his class.
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Camphorated oil. (In Cambridge magazine. Cambridge, [Eng.] v. 8, no. 40, July 12, 1919. p. [1]) Comment on Sinclair's "The profits of religion."
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Carew, Harold D. (Harold David), b. 1890. 'Between two worlds' : Upton Sinclair, at zenith of power, pens smashing novel of mad twenties / by Harold D. Carew. (In Pasadena Star–News. Mar. 29, 1941. p. 11 : ill., port.) A review of Sinclair's "Between two worlds."
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Carew, Harold D. (Harold David), b. 1890. Upton Sinclair as a prohibitionist : the forces that have misrepresented and abused this noted author and reformer are now training their guns on prohibition leaders / Harold D. Carew. (In Zion's herald. Oct. 29, 1930. p. 1386–1387 : port.)
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Carnegie, Dale, 1888–1955. Upton Sinclair, the most widely read living author went hungry for years. (In Newcomerstown news and Index. Newcomerstown, Ohio. v. 41, no. 18, Jan. 5, 1939. p. [1], 8) At head of title: Dale Carnegie: five minute biographies.
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Carew, Harold D. (Harold David), b. 1890. Upton Sinclair, the prophet : a study in social protest / by Harold D. Carew. (From Pasadena Star–News. Sept. 17, 1927. p. [16]) Review of F. Dell's Upton Sinclair, a study in social protest.
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[Cartoon on "The profits of religion"] (From the Kansas City Star. June 24, 1920. 1 p.)
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The case of Sinclair. (In The capital times. Madison, Wisc. May 2, 1922. p. 12)
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Chapman, Rose Woodallen, 1875–1923. Upton Sinclair's experiment : a unique housekeeping venture originated by the author of "The jungle" and the way it is working out / by Rose Woodallen Chapman. (From Good health. 1907. p. 169–174 : ill., port.) Just as this article went to press there came the news of the destruction by the fire of Helicon Hall.
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Cherrington, Ernest Hurst, 1877–1950. Review of The wet parade, by Upton Sinclair, published by Farra & Rinehart ... / by Ernest H. Cherrington. [1931] 2 p. Typed copy.
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Churchill, Douglas W. Upton Sinclair, 60, looks back on his crusades. In The New York Times magazine. Sept. 18, 1938. p. 7, 22 : port.)
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[Clipping announcing the forthcoming marriage of Upton Sinclair's first wife] (From Court journal. Paris. June 26, 1913)
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Cohen, Sid Q. Sinclair presents a wailing Fox. (In Call of youth. v. 1, no. 5, May 1933. p. 7 : port.) A review of "Upton Sinclair presents William Fox."
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Awards of Pulitzer prizes and traveling scholarships made by the Trustees of Columbia University on the recommendations of the Advisory Board of the Graduate School of Journalism, May 3, 1943. New York, 1943. 3 p. ; 4to. Among the prizes listed is that of $500 to Upton Sinclair "for a distinguished novel published during the year by an American author" for his novel "Dragon's teeth."
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Come on over, Upton. (In Pacific weekly. Carmel, Calif. v. 4, no. 19. p. 258) An editorial.
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[Comment on Sinclair's article on Edward McDowell in the January number of The American Mercury] (From the New York Times. Jan. 17, 1925. 1 p.)
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Communications. (In the Daily Princetonian. Nov. 19, 1935) A series of four anonymous letters concerning a speech made by Sinclair at the University.
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Communists' report on S.L. all wrong, novelist informed. (From the Deseret News. Salt Lake City, Utah. Dec. 3, 1931)
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Co–op. (In Thutgauer Arbeiterzeitung. v. 26, no. 201, Aug. 1937) An unsigned criticism of the book.
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Craig, William Warren, 1883– Upton Sinclair, nonconformer : an admirable biography / by Will Craig. (From The Union voice for the trade union room and home. Melbourne. v. 7, no. 68, Sept. 14, 1929. p. 1 : port.) In part, a review of Floyd Dell's biography of Sinclair.
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Cramer, Madelyn A. Defends Sinclair. (In The Pacific weekly. v.4, no.17, Apr. 27, 1936. p. 238) A letter to the editor.
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Creel, George, 1876–1953. Utopia unlimited / by George Creel. (From The Saturday evening post. v. 207, no. 21, Nov. 24, 1954. p. 5–7, 78–80. : ill., ports.)
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Cubeiro, D. Petroleo, la Ășltima novela de Upton Sinclair. (From Claridad. Oct. 12, 1927) Book review.
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"The Cup of Fury" (In National voice. Los Angeles. v. 86, no. 16, Aug. 2, 1956. p. 1, 5 : ill., port.) A review of the book; includes opinions of the book by various readers.
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De Casseres, Benjamin, 1873–1945. Letter to the Editor. (From Contempo. Chapel Hill, N.C. v. 1, Nov. 15, 1931)
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Dell, Floyd, 1887–1969. Upton Sinclair. (In Bokstugan : studiecirklarnas tidskrift. arg. 13, nr. 3, Mar. 1929. p. 79–83) A review of Dell's biography of Upton Sinclair.
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Deutsch, Babette, 1895–1982. A moot point. (In New York Herald–Tribune. Aug. 28, 1927) A review of Floyd Dell's "Upton Sinclair."
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Do Socialists want Socialism? (In The Christian century. Sept. 19, 1934. p. 1167–1169) A discussion of Sinclair's campaign for governor of California.
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Dorsey, John. Upton Sinclair relives his Baltimore childhood / story by John Dorsey ; photos by William L. Klender. (In The Sun magazine section. Baltimore. Oct. 10, 1965. p. 16–18 : ill., ports.) Autographed presentation copy signed: Upton.
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"Dragon's teeth" in England. (From The Manchester guardian. July 24, 1942. 1 leaf ; 8 x 20 cm.)
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Drei, die an einem Strang ziehen! (In Die Arbeiter–illustrierte Zeitung aller Länder. Reichenberg. Jahrg. 8, Nr. 21, Juni 1, 1929. p. 1) Full page portraits of Upton Sinclair, Charlie Chaplin and Egon Erwin Kisch.
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Dreiser, Theodore, 1871–1945. Upton Sinclair / by Theodore Dreiser. (In The clipper. v.1, no.2, Sept. 1940. p. 3–4)
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Drury, John, 1898– The book that blew up the stockyards : social and industrial reforms were the aftermath of the books' fictionalized revelations / by John Drury. (In The butcher workman. May–June 1961. p. 11–13, 32 : ill., ports.)
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Duffus, R. L. (Robert Luther), 1888–1972. A model's commission ... / by R.L. Duffus. (From The reporter. 1961) A review of Sinclair's "Affectionately Eve."
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Duffus, R. L. (Robert Luther), 1888–1972. A new novel by Upton Sinclair : in "World's end" the artist triumphs over the pamphleteer ... / by R.L. Duffus. (In The New York Times book review. June 16, 1940. p. 1, 19 : ports.)
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Duffus, R. L. (Robert Luther), 1888–1972. The progress of a pamphleteer : Upton Sinclair and his hero Lanny Budd move on to the twilight sleep of Munich ... / by R.L. Duffus. (In The New York Times book review. June 4, 1944. p. 1, 29 : ports.) Review of Sinclair's "Presidential agent." Included in this issue is a full page advertisement for the book [p. 17].
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Dunne, Finley Peter, 1867–1936. Mr. Dooley on the food we eat / by F.P. Dunne. (From Collier's. June 23, 1906. p. 15–16) Concerning The jungle.
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Dyer, George F. With kind regards to Mr. Upton Sinclair. (In The conserver. Los Angeles. v. 1, no. 42, Apr. 23, 1931. p. [1]–2) Article signed at end: George F. Dyer.
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Eastman, Max, 1883–1969. Is this the truth about Sacco and Vanzetti? / Max Eastman. (In National review. v. 11, no. 16, Oct. 21, 1961. p. 261–264) Quotes extensively from Sinclair's opinions and evaluates these opinions.
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Echoes from bow bells. (From Bellman. Minneapolis. Apr. 20, 1910) Among other topics discussed, is a comment on Sinclair's article on "Perfect health" in the April number of the Contemporary review.
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The editor's viewpoint. (From Physical culture. New York. July 1910. p. 1–2) Comment on Sinclair's "Fasting for health" in the Cosmopolitan magazine.
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Einstein, Albert, 1879–1955. [Introductory statement from Sinclair's Mental radio] [1930] 1 leaf ; 8 x 14 cm.
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Register Democratic now! : so you can vote for Upton Sinclair in the primaries! [Los Angeles : End Poverty League, inc., 1934] [4] p. : port. ; 12mo.
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Epic heads split wide open : Sinclair breaks with Sen. Olson, Packard, Stitt Wilson and other liberal leaders. (In Independent review. Los Angeles. Feb. 25, 1936. p. [1], 3)
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EPIC in California. 5 v. Scrapbooks compiled by Frederick W. Nelson and Lucile C. Nelson. Contents: v. 1–2, The great gubernatorial campaign, 1934. –– v. 3, The Epic movement, Jan.–June 1935. –– v. 4, The Epic movement, June–Dec. 1935. –– v. 5, The Presidential election, 1936.
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Evans, I. O. (Idrisyn Oliver), 1894–1977. The art of Upton Sinclair / by I.O. Evans. (From Civil service arts magazine. Winter 1932. p. [114]–115)
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Event extraordinary! Sinclair to play violin. (In The open forum. Los Angeles. v. 6, no. 39, Sept. 28, 1929. p. [1]) A news item, in a box on front page.
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Fairchild, Henry Pratt, 1880–1956. Reynard foxed. (In The new republic. Apr. 19, 1933. p. 287–288.) A review of "Upton Sinclair presents William Fox."
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The fasting cure, by Upton Sinclair. London, W. Heinemann, 1911. (From Nature magazine. July 25, 1912) Book review.
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Favorite novelists of Autralia. [S.l. : s.n., s.d.] 1 leaf ; 9 x 15 cm. Upton Sinclair ranks third among living novelists.
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Feder, Ernst, 1881–1964. Besuch bei Upton Sinclair. " Wenn ic Gouverneur ware ..." / von Dr. Ernst Feder. (From Berliner Tageblatt. Nr. 324, Juli 12, 1930)
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Few 'Brass checks' in the press today. (In The guild reporter. v. 28, no. 7, Mar. 24, 1961. p. 7)
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First truckload of 'Flivver kings' arrives at auto union headquarters. (In The progressive. Detroit. 1937) Picture of books arriving, with caption.
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525 titles in 34 countries. (From The world tomorrow. Nov. 1930. p. 439) A new item commenting upon the great influence of Upton Sinclair.
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'Flivver king' out October 15. (In United Automobile Worker. Detroit. Sept. 25, 1937. p. 9 : port.)
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Fox–filmed, by Upton Sinclair who scores high finance. (In News–week. Feb. 25, 1933. p. 27 : port.)
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Garrett, Eileen J. (Eileen Jeanette), 1893–1970. Presidential agent, by Upton Sinclair / reviewed by Eileen J. Garrett. (In Tomorrow. v. 4, no. 1, Sept. 1944. p. 83)
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Glass, Montague, 1877–1934. Abe and Mawruss dig into this Nobel prize problem / by Montague Glass. (From The Los Angeles Examiner. Los Angeles, 1931. 1 p.)
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Goldberg, Isaac, 1887–1938. In the world of books / by Isaac Goldberg. (From The Haldeman–Julius weekly. Girard, Kan. Aug. 20, 1927. 1 p.) Book review of Floyd Dell's "Upton Sinclair."
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Gottesman, Ronald. Segei Eisenstein & Upton Sinclair / Ronald Gottesman. [London : British Film Institute, 1965] 2 leaves ; 4to. 2 leaves Xeroxed from Sight and sound, summer issue, 1965.
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Graf Keyserling in Amerika? (In Der Fackelreiter. Hamburg. Nr. 5, Mai 1928. p. 236) Criticizing Sinclair's comments on Keyserling.
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Grierson, Francis, 1848–1927. The symposium on endowment. (In The new age. Aug. 4, 1910. p. 320–321) An answer to Sinclair's plea for the endowment of young writers.
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Gruening, Ernest, 1887–1974. What every newspaperman knows : The brass check, a study of American journalism. (In The nation. v. 3, no. 2872, July 17, 1920. p. 72–73) A review, signed at end: Ernest H. Gruening.
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H.,B. America's prohibition experiment : prohibitionist to the attack, Sinclair's "Wet parade" / (by "B. H.") (In Barrier daily truth. Broken Hill. June 14, 1932)
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Haldeman–Julius, E. (Emanuel), 1888–1951. The haters of Upton Sinclair / by E. Haldeman–Julius. (In The Haldeman–Julius weekly. Girard, Kan. no. 1659, Sept. 17, 1927. p. 2–4)
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Hansen, Harry, 1884– The first reader : old Upton Sinclair. (From The New York World. July 15, 1927) Includes a review of Floyd Dell's "Upton Sinclair."
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Hansen, Harry, 1884– Upton Sinclair letters tell much about others / by Harry Hanson. (From an unidentified newspaper. 1 p. : port.) A review of "My lifetime in letters."
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Harris, Frank, 1855–1931. Lincoln libeled by Upton Sinclair. (From Pearson's magazine. July 1919. P. 395–396) Includes Sinclair's answer to the charge made by Harris.
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Hawthorne in solitude and Sinclair in social protest. (From The New York evening sun, The book column. July 28, 1927. 1 p.) Review of Floyd Dell's "Upton Sinclair."
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Heart wife in Bermuda Saturday. (From The New York evening journal. Dec. 31, 1913. 1 p.) Concerning a friend of the Sinclairs.
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Helm, Morris. Three questions for Upton Sinclair. (In Pacific weekly. Apr. 13, 1936. p. 198–199)
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Herreshoff, David. Upton Sinclair's "Jungle" / by David Herreshoff. (In The American Socialist. v. 3, no. 11, Nov. 1956. p. 15–16 : ill.)
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Hicks, Granville, 1901–1982. War makers and peacemakers. (In The new republic. June 24, 1940. p. 863) A review of "World's end" by U. Sinclair.
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Holmes, John Haynes, 1879–1964. I, candidate for governor, and how I got licked / review by Rev. John Haynes Holmes ... [in] "Unity" March 18, 1935. [Pasadena, Calif. : U. Sinclair], 1936. [3] p. ; 8vo. Brochure includes a plea by Sinclair for purchases of the book; and a review of the book from the London "Times" Feb. 21, 1935.
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Holmes, John Haynes, 1879–1964. A modern prophet. (In Unity. July 24, 1933. p. 305)
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Holmes, John Haynes, 1879–1964. A novel of living together, Co–op, by Upton Sinclair. (In Unity. Feb. 1, 1937. p. 215–216) Book review.
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Holmes, John Haynes, 1879–1964. Through Gentile eyes / by John Haynes Holmes. [New York : U. Sinclair], 1942. [4] p. ; 8vo. From "Opinion," New York, April 1942. A discussion of Sinclair's newly published Dragon's teeth. Includes other opinions of the book.
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Hope of world is in youth — Sinclair : author speaks to audience of 2,000 at gym last night. (In The capital times. Madison, Wisc., [s.d.])
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How Sinclair knows the smart set. (From The literary digest. May 9, 1908. p. 687–688 : port.)
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Humm, Rudolf Jakob, 1985– Upton Sinclair, Co–op : der Weg der amerikanischen Arbeitslosen zur Selbsthilife — Büchergilde Gutenberg. [Zurich, 1936] 1 p. (Der öffentliche Dienst) Signed at end: R.J. Humm. Contains also: Unterredung mit Präsident Roosevelt; aus Co–op von Upton Sinclair.
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Humm, Rudolf Jakob, 1895– Upton Sinclair und sein neuestes Buch, Co–op / von R.J. Humm. (In Büchergilde Zürich. Heft 7, Juli 1937. p. 102–106 : ill.)
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Hurwitz, Maxmillian. As Gentiles see it / by Maxmillian Hurwitz. (From Jewish Tribune. New York. May 28, 1926) Third and last part of Hurwitz' review of Judenhass : eine Anthologie, in which he attacks Sinclair's contribution to that work.
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In defense of the "Muck–raker" (From The literary digest. Sept. 19, 1908.)
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Ingenious effects obtained in play. (In Pasadena star–news. Apr. 1925) New item concerning "The pot boiler" by Upton Sinclair, currently playing at the Savoy Theatre.
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International rollo. (In Time magazine. Mar. 24, 1941. p. 90) Book review of Sinclair's Between two worlds.
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An interview with Upton Sinclair, candidate for governor. (In Dune forum. 1934. p. 91–92)
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Jail Upton Sinclair, is demand of Oaks : author is carried to mystery cell by chief of police. (From Los Angeles express. Los Angeles. v. 53, no. 44, May 16, 1923. 1 p.) A news report.
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The Bulletin of the Jewish Center, v. 6, no. 7, Nov. 11, 1927. Cleveland : Jewish Center, 1927. [4] p. ; 8vo. Contains (p. [4]) an announcement that "Upton Sinclair will speak at our first forum ... on Does money control life." Article about Sinclair, p. [3].
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Jonson, Jack. Dzhunglu. (In Izvestia. June 30–July 6, 1963. p. 6–7)
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Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875–1961. The challenge of the Christian enigma : a letter from C.G. Jung to Upton Sinclair. (In New republic. Apr. 27, 1953. p. 18–19) Concerning Sinclair's book "A personal Jesus."
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'Jungle' author greets union. ( In The packinghouse worker. v. 18, no. 9, Oct. 1958. p. 4)
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Karsner, David, 1889–1941. Upton Sinclair / by David Karsner. (In Art review. July 1922. p. 10, 24–25) Signed by author at end of article.
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Kimbrough, Hunter. Chief Oaks — you are subpoenaed / by Hunter Kimbrough. (In The call magazine. New York. July 1, 1923. p. [1], section 2) Concerns the arrest of Upton Sinclair, himself and others in Los Angeles.
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Kimbrough, Hunter. "Cut out that Constitution stuff" / by Hunter Kimbrough. (From The Haldeman–Julius weekly. Girard, Kan. 1923. 1 p.) Refers to the arrest of Kimbrough, Upton Sinclair and others in Los Angeles.
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Kimbrough, Hunter. Theirs be the guilt, by Upton Sinclair ... / reviewed by Hunter S. Kimbrough. (In The Dixie guide. Gulfport, Miss. v. 36, no. 1, Jan. 1960. p. 2)
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King Coal, by Upton Sinclair. (In The nation. Oct. 11, 1917. p. 403–[405]) Book review.
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Kisch, Egon Erwin, 1885–1948. Egon Erwin Kisch gespräch mit Upton Sinclair : er erzählt von John Reed, Sacco und Vanzetti, von Rosa Luxemburg und Karl Liebknecht, von Walther Rathenau, von Chaplin und Fairbanks, von der Farm Jack Londons und von der Prohibition. (In Die neue Bücherschau. Berlin. v. 7, no. 7, Juli 1929. p. 349–353)
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Laidler, Harry Wellington, 1884–1970. L.I.D. [League for Industrial Democracy] prepares for fortieth anniversary. (In L.I.D. newsbulletin. v. 9, no. 4, Oct. 1944. p. 1–2 : port.) The League for Industrial Democracy was founded by Upton Sinclair.
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Laidler, Harry Wellington, 1884–1970. Upton Sinclair, pioneer and molder of an era / by Dr. Harry W. Laidler. (In The workmen's circle call. Nov. 1958. p. 5–6)
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Lapin, Adam. Upton Sinclair — pioneer. (From Frontiers. 1930. p. 9–10 : port.) Signed at end: Adam Lapin.
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Lee, Charles, 1913– More about Superbudd ... / by Charles Lee. (In Saturday review. Apr. 18, 1953. p. 23, 41) A review of Sinclair's "The return of Lanny Budd."
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Lippmann, Walter, 1889–1974. Upton Sinclair / by Walter Lippman. (From The Saturday review of literature. v. 4, no. 32, Mar. 3, 1928. p. [1–2]) A review of F. Dell's Upton Sinclair : a study in social protest.
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Logan, Robert Restalrig. The brass check. (In The starry cross; formerly Journal of zoöphily. Philadelphia. v. 29, no. 6, June 1920. p. [83]–84) A review, signed at end: R.R.L.
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M., D. "Money writes" in South Africa : a review of Upton Sinclair's book on present–day American literature from the "Cape Times", Cape Town, South Africa, in black verse. (From New era. Los Angeles. Dec. 1, 1931)
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MacKendrick, Alexander. King Coal, by Upton Sinclair. (From The public. Nov. 23, 1917. p. 1136) Book review.
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McWilliams, Carey. Strange case of Upton Sinclair / by Carey McWilliams. (In Pacific weekly. Feb. 3, 1936. p. 53–55)
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Macy, John Albert, 1877–1932. Sinclair revealed and Hawthorne obscured / by John Macy. (In The bookman. Oct. 1927. p. 216–218) In part, a review of "Upton Sinclair : a study in social protest" by Floyd Dell.
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Major and minor. (In Musical leader. Chicago. July 18, 1918) Brief comment on Sinclair's "Jungle."
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Martin, Doris N. Sacrifice. (In The daily Athenaeum : the student newspaper of West Virginia University. Morgantown, W.V. v. 68, no. 119, Apr. 21, 1956. p. 2) A review of Sinclair's "The cup of fury." Signed at end: D.N.M. (Full name supplied by U. Sinclair.)
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Mason, Bruce Bonner. After two decades : a look back at Upton Sinclair's E.P.I.C. scheme / by Bruce B. Mason. (In Frontier. Aug. 1955. p. 12–13)
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Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880–1956. The goslings, by Upton Sinclair ... / reviewed by H.L. Mencken. (From an unidentified Baltimore newspaper)
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Mencken, H. L. (Henry Louis), 1880–1956. On journalism / by H.L. Mencken. (From an unidentified periodical. 138–144 p.) An answer to Sinclair's "The brass check."
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" Mental Radio" [London, 1930] 1 leaf ; 14 x 31 cm. Reprint from the London "Times" literary supplement, Thurs., July 3, 1930; in double columns. A review of Upton Sinclair's "Mental radio : does it work and how?"
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Ein merkwürdiger Kampf gegen die Zensur. (From Berliner illustrirte Zeitung. 36 Jahrg., Nr. 35, Aug. 28, 1927. p. [1385]) Full page photograph of Upton Sinclair on a street in Baltimore with placard: Oil! Fig leaf edition.
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The millennium: book review / by Card No. 794514. (From Industrial pioneer. Jan. 1925. p. 32–34)
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Mrs. Sinclair engaged : divorced Wife of novelist to wed man she met in a sanitarium. (From New York Times. June 16, 1931) News item concerning the announcement of the engagement of the first Mrs. Sinclair and Hughbert Halliwell.
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Mr. Upton Sinclair and "Money writes" (From Public opinion. Aug. 7, 1931. p. 134.) Includes a brief review of "Money writes" and Sinclair's opinions on the ways of the idle rich.
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Molasses & Manassas. (In Time magazine. Dec. 21, 1959) Review of "Theirs be the guilt."
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Moley, Raymond, 1886–1975. Looking backward with Mr. Sinclair and Mr. Hoover. (In Today. v. 2, no. 24, Oct. 6, 1934. p. 12–13) Article signed at end: Raymond Moley. Contains also Can Sinclair win? / by Webb Waldron.
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Mondadori, Arnoldo. Upton Sinclair. [S.l. : s.n., s.d.] 1 leaf ; 11 x 16 cm.
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Morris, Lawrence S. (Lawrence Shackelford), b. 1894. Upton Sinclair : the way of a reformer. (In The new republic. Mar. 7 1928. p. 90–93)
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Moscow attacks Upton Sinclair : literary critic brands American novelist 'moneygrubbing' Wall Street propagandist. (From Los Angeles Times. Apr. 21, 1949)
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Murray, Helen Grace. The man who has kept the faith : Upton Sinclair / Helen Grace Murray. (In Zion's herald. Boston. v. 107, no. 25, June 19, 1929. p. 778 : port.)
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Music, dramatic and allied arts under EPIC. [Los Angeles, 1934] [4] p. ; 8vo. A proposal for aid to creative artists under Sinclair's EPIC plan; endorsed by Sinclair in note at end.
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Nesbit, Wilbur D. (Wilbur Dick), 1871–1927. " The muck–rakers." (From The independent. May 24, 1906) Poem, signed W.D. Nesbit.
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New Books / edited by The Gadfly. (From The young worker. Nov. 15, 1906) Review of "The jungle."
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[News item concerning the play "Prince Hagen" which will be played for the first time on any stage at Valencia Theatre] (From The San Francisco Call. Jan. 9, 1909)
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[News item concerning the play "Prince Hagen", currently being played at the Valencia Theatre] (From The Argonaut. San Francisco. Jan. 16, 1909)
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[News item concering the production of " Prince Hagen." (From Show world. San Francisco. Jan. 23, 1909)
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O'Brien, Frederick. Upton Sinclair : the man and his books / by Frederick O'Brien. (In The daily Carmelite. Carmel, Calif. July 28, 1931)
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Olsson, Oscar, 1877–1950. Leo Tolstoj och Upton Sinclair : 100 år och 50 år. (In Bokstungan : studiecirklarnas tidskrift. arg. 12, nr. 8, Oct. 1928. p. [229]–232)
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Once more, book of the month is The jungle. (In Book collecting. San Francisco. v. 5, no. 9, [1934] p. 7) Included is a notice [p. 6] of a bibliography of Upton Sinclair, by Mrs. Stone, Librarian of Felton Memorial Library at Stanford University.
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Other strings to their bows. (In Vanity fair. Oct. 1932. p. 22) Among the portraits of famous people who play the violin, is that of Upton Sinclair.
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Our cover boy. (In Rob Wagner's Script. v. 29, no. 5, May 29, 1943. p. 10–11) Portrait of Upton Sinclair on cover.
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Padmanabhan Tampy, K.P. Upton Sinclair / by K.P. Padmanabhan Tampy. (In Landholders' journal. Oct. 1938. p. [37]–41 : port.)
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Panorama. Praha, 1928 1 no. illus., ports. An Upton Sinclair number. In pictorial paper wrappers, with portrait of Sinclair on cover.
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Paperbacks in review : fiction reprints. (From New York Times book review. Dec. 10, 1961. p. 50) Included in the list is Upton Sinclair's "Dragon's teeth."
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Pedeck, Albert Adam. Upton Sinclair. (In Contact : maandblad voor de Nederlandse jeugd. Nov. 15, 1939. p. 417–419 ; port.)
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The "Persecution complex." (From The Minneapolis Sunday tribune. July 2, 1922. p. 2) An editorial. In hand of Sinclair in margin: Pretty thin stuff — gossamer.
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Petit, Georges. Upton Sinclair — la cite des Anges. (In Le revue nouvelle. v. 5, no. 50, Sept. 1929. p. 117–118) Review of "They call Me Carpenter."
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Phelps, William Lyon, 1865–1943. As I like it / by William Lyon Phelps. (In an unidentified magazine. Nov. 1924. p. 554–560) Among the authors discussed is Upton Sinclair and his article in The Independent, June 19, 1902, "Language study : some facts."
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Photograph of writer benefits the barbers. (From The San Francisco call. Jan. 11, 1909) A press clipping, in which Sinclair's diet and hair are ridiculed.
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Poritzky, J. E. (Jakob Elias), 1876–1935. Petroleum, von Upton Sinclair. (In Weltstimmen. Stuttgart. Heft 7, Sept. 1928. p. [247]–251 : ill., port.) A review of Sinclair's Oil!
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Poulaille, Henry. Upton Sinclair, a propos du "Pétrole." (From Le Peuple. Paris. Apr. 30, 1928) At head of title: Les grands escrivains du monde.
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Prodding the Nobel Prize committee : a symposium. (In Books abroad. 1931. p. 372–376) Concerning the campaign of Sinclair for the Nobel prize.
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A prophet of castastrophe : Upton Sinclair and hell fire. (In Readers news. London. v. 3, no. 4, Sept. 1940. p. [37]–38 : port.)
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Raffé, W. G. (Walter George), b. 1888. Upton Sinclair : his books and plays / by W.G.R. (From The Hindustan review. Calcutta. Oct. 1927. p. 14–18)
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Randall, A. E. (Alfred Edward), 1862–1925. The endowment of genius : a rejoiner / by Alfred E. Randall. (In The new age. June 23, 1910. p. 178–179) An answer to Sinclair's plea for "The endowment of genius."
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Ratcliffe, S. K. (Samuel Kerkham), 1868–1958. A man with a mission / by S.K. Ratcliffe. (In John O'London's weekly. v. 1, no. 1, 227, Feb. 25, 1944. p. 1–2 : port.)
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Read, Herbert Edward, Sir, 1893–1968. A man without art. (In The new English weekly. Nov. 1, 1934. p. 57–59) A review of Sinclair's "Mammonart." Signed at end: Herbert Read.
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Recent fiction and the critics. (In Current Literature. 1908. p. [569]–570) Review of Sinclair's "The metropolis."
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Renaud, Ralph E. Upton Sinclair descants on the stage socialistic. (From The bulletin. San Francisco. v. 107, no. 75, Jan. 2, 1909. p. [1] feature section : ill.)
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R–R–Revenge! : Brown sends Arden foes to the stone pile. ( From The North American. Philadelphia. Aug. 2, 1911. p. 1, 5 : ill., ports.)
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Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858–1919. [Two personal letters to Upton Sinclair, dated Washington, April 11, 1906 and March 15, 1906.] 5 p. Photostat copies (negative) from the Roosevelt manuscripts.
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Rosenhouse, Bernard. Interview Sinclair, famed author : gives views on business depression. (In Rough ride. Roosevelt High School, Los Angeles. v. 15, no. 12, Dec. 11, 1930. p. 1, 4)
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Rudens, S.P. Love and society. (From East and west magazine. July 21, 1922) Review of Sinclair's The Book of life.
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Rygh, George Taylor, 1860–1942. Critique of noteworthy books / Georg Taylor Rygh ; The brass check, A study of American journalism, by Upton Sinclair. (In American Lutheran survey. Sept. 1920. p. 38–39)
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S., P.J. Jimmie Higgins. (In The new justice. v. 1, no. 9, June 15, 1919. p. 14) Signed at end: P.J.S. On back cover of periodical is an advertisement for the novel, Jimmie Higgins.
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Salpeter, Harry. Mammonart, by Upton Sinclair. (In an unidentified periodical. [1925] p. 236–38) A review.
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"Samuel The Seeker." (In The sketch. London. July 6, 1910) A review of the book.
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Sandburg, Carl, 1878–1967. From the notebook of Carl Sandburg. (From The Chicago daily news. Sept. 7, 1927) On verso of this clipping is: Poet and propagandist / by Etta S. Preston.
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Sceptical musings and distrust greet Sinclair's advocary of "Epic" plan. (In Call of youth. New York. v. 1, no. 11, Nov. 1933. p. [1], 7)
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Der Schriftsteller des socialen Kampes : Upton Sinclair. (In Magazin der Bücher. Berlin. 1929–30. p. 4–5 : port.) Unsigned article.
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Senn, Paul. Besuch bei Upton Sincliar : unser reporter Paul Senn suchte auf seiner letztjährigen Amerkareise den berühmten Schriftsteller in seinem Heim in der Nähe von Los Angeles auf. (In Sie und er. 21 März 1947. p. 36 : ill., port.)
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Sharp, R.V. Literature is a field of hard labor / by R.V. Sharp. (In Border cities star. Windsor, Ont. June 10, 1927)
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Sinclair, Mary Craig. Beware my dog! : warning from the wife of a friend of mankind. (In The new republic. v. 65, no. 709, July 4, 1928. Back cover)
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Sinclair, Mary Craig. Is this book obscene? : a few words from Upton Sinclair's wife concerning "Oil." [Long Beach, Calif., 1927] [4] p. ; 8vo.
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Sinclair, Mary Craig. Marx and Sinclair. (In The New York Times book review. May 31, 1953) Letter to the editor.
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A Socialist and Sinclair. (In Pearson's magazine. Nov. 1917. p. [219]–221) An anonymous letter to Sinclair, together with his reply [p. 221].
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Sinclair, Upton Beall, 1878–1968, defendant ... The people of the State of New York on the complaint of Frank G. Wilson, against Upton Sinclair and others. Opinion. [New York, 1914] 19ࡁ. 26.8cm. At head cover title: Court of general sessions of the peace, New York County. Brief affirming the judgment against Sinclair and other for picketing the office of John D. Rockefeller in New York, dated 7 July 1914. From the library of Upton Sinclair. In paper cover.
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Sinclair, Upton Beall, 1878–1968. [Scrapbook of portraits taken at the wedding of Upton Sinclair and Mary Elizabeth (Hard) Willis, in 1961.] 24 photgraphs. 34 cm. In red plastic covers. A gift from Life Bureau Chief, Richard B Stolley.
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Sinclair Bureau, San Francisco. The Sinclair players : results of opening performances. San Francisco, [ca. 1909] 1 leaf : 34 x 21 cm.
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Sinclair attacks schools : big business and politics in control, says Californian. (From Springfield [Mass.] Republican. Apr. 4, 1924) Criticism of "The goslings."
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Sinclair case put up to Birge. (In The Wisconsin state journal. Madison, Wisc. v. 139, no. 32, May 2, 1922. p. [1]) Concerning the question of whether Sinclair would be allowed to speak at the University of Wisconsin.
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Sinclair draws big men's meet : noted Socialist says that profit system fails. (In an unidentified newspaper. Beverly Hills, Calif. Mar. 30, 1933)
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Sinclair dwells on his hope for production for use via Roosevelt. (In The advisor. Dec. 2, 1936. 2 p.) Mimeographed.
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Sinclair endorsed for Nobel Prize. (In The open forum. Los Angeles. v. 9, no. 3, Jan. 16, 1932. p. 2.)
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Sinclair for governor — why? (In The voice of youth. Los Angeles : Young Peoples Socialist League. v. 1, no. 3, Oct. 1930. p. [1]) Mimeographed. Supporting Sinclair for governor.
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Sinclair hauled stone and wrote a poem : author of "The jungle" lost three pounds during his workhouse term. (From The New York Tribune. Aug. 3, 1911)
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Sinclair hurls defi at Chief of Police. (In Los Angeles evening herald. May 17, 1923. ports.) Concerns Sinclair's attack on Chief of Police Oaks.
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Sinclair loses suit. (In The open forum. Los Angeles. v. 6, no. 26, June 29, 1929. p. 3) Refers to his loss in his $200,000 libel suit against The Rocky Mountain News.
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Sinclair notified he is 'Republican' nominee [for governor] (In Los Angeles record. Sept. 24, 1930)
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Sinclair out as candidate, Epic goes on. (In The Pasadena post. Feb. 13, 1936. p. 1 : port.)
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Sinclair requests hearing. (The capital times. Madison, Wisc. May 2, [1922] p. [1]) Sinclair demands a hearing on the issue raised by being denied the use of the university building.
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Sinclair told to quit? : Farley agent said to be on way here to induce him to withdraw in favor of Haight. (In The Hollywood reporter. v. 23, no. 47, Oct. 30, 1934. p. [1]–2.)
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Sinclair's Boston. (In The equitist. Phoenix, Ariz. no. 579–581, Oct. 11–25, 1929. p. 3–4, 4, 3–4)
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Sinclair prototype of Lasalle. (In Pacific weekly. Carmel, Calif. v. 4, no. 9, Mar. 2, 1936. p. 112] A letter to the editor signed: H.K.
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Sinclair's son leads anti–war faction : is outgrowth of social science society considered 'too conservative.' (From The Milwaukee news. Apr. 9, 1924)
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Smertenko, Johan Jacob, 1895– Chronicle of the twentienth century : Wide is the gate, by Upton Sinclair. (From Underground reporter. [1943] p. 84) Book review.
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The soapbox art, especially that practiced by Upton Sinclair which has brought down the wrath of the reviewer through "Mammonart." (From The New York telegraph. July 12, 1925. ill.)
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The Jimmie Higgins contest : a competition to discover who is the best worker for Socialism — the best Jimmie Higgins — in the United States will be held by the Socialist Party of America from Sept. 1, 1930 to March 1, 1931. Chicago : Socialist Party of America, [1930] 1 leaf ; 23 x 41 cm. Poster announcing the contest and posting the awards, which range all the way from a trip to "Red Vienna" to various Socialist books.
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State Democratic call presages EPIC fight : Olson's meet to precede Sinclair's. (In Illustrated daily news. Los Angeles. Jan. 14, 1936. p. 3)
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Steffens, Lincoln, 1866–1936. Upton Sinclair's God. (In Pacific weekly. Feb. 17, 1936. p. 84) Review of Sinclair's What God means to me.
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Stewart, Kenneth Norman. Upton Sinclair and his EPIC plan for California : crusading author, read out of the Socialist Party as "opportunistic" is making a determined fight for the Democratic nomination for governor — and he may win it / by Kenneth Stewart. (In The literary digest. v. 118, no. 8, Aug. 25, 1934. p. 10 : port.)
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Fuller, Meta. [Letter to the editor] (In Time magazine. Mar. 29, 1954. p. 10) Letter from the first wife of Upton Sinclair in which she takes exception to a letter Sinclair wrote to Time on March 8.
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A "study" of journalism. (From The San Francisco call–post. Feb. 25, 1920) Criticism of Sinclair's thesis in "The brass check"; ms. comments by Sinclair.
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Swados, Harvey. The world of Upton Sinclair / by Harvey Swados. (In The Alantic. v. 208, no. 6, Dec. 1961. p. 96–102)
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Swaffer, Hannen. I've met them all : Upton Sinclair, his books have opened the minds of millions of people : Norman Lindsay, he has fought all his life. (In Weekly illustrated. Feb. 2, 1935. p. 13, 19 : ports.)
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Symes, Lillian, b. 1895. After EPIC in California / by Lillian Symes. (In The nation. Apr. 22, 1936. p. 509–511)
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A teetotaler. (In The imperial magazine. Oct. 1956. p. 15–16) Comment on Sinclair's "The cup of fury."
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Telepathy. (In Time magazine. v. 19, no. 9, Feb. 29, 1932. p. 44) News item in the Science section referring to Sinclair's Mental radio.
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O. Henry in prison : Theatre Mart. (From Rob Wagner's script. Beverly Hills, Calif. Jan. 17, 1931. p. 12–13) Review of the play.
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This EPIC situation. (In Pacific weekly. v. 2, no. 24, June 14, 1935. p. 1) An editorial.
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This month's birthday. (In Foy libra : Foyles Bookshop magazine. no. 219, Sept. 1945. p. iv) Birthday greetings to Sinclair.
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Thomson, Morgan. The Chicago "Jungle" re–visited : a quiet talk with Upton Sinclair, America's great Socialist writer : Morgan Thomson's American notebook. (In Forward. v. 46, no. 7, Feb. 16, 1952. p. 5–6)
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Thomson, Morgan. The greatest racket of them all : a review by Morgan Thomson of Upton Sinclair's newest "World's end" novel. (In Forward. v. 41, no. 43, Nov. 8, 1947. p. 2 : port.) Review of "A world to win."
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Those misleading headlines. (From The New York press. May 6, 1914) A joke about Sinclair.
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Through a glass darkly. (In Time. Apr. 30, 1956. p. 116, 118) Review of "The cup of fury."
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To enforce the Sabbath law : Upton Sinclair, Ardenite, says he will inaugurate a crusade. (Clipping from unidentified newspaper. Aug. 1911)
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The torch of the Upton Sinclair YCC. v. 1, no. 2, Dec. 1, 1932. New York. 7 p. Mimeographed copy of the magazine of the Upton Sinclair Young Circle Club.
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A trap for the feet of genius : drink and men of letters : Upton Sinclair's experiences. (In The tribune. Capetown, South Africa. Sept. 1933. p. 109–111) A review of Sinclair's "Money writes!" and "Candid reminiscences."
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A trustful brain truster. (From Rob Wagner's "Script." Beverly Hills, Calif. Mar. 17, 1934. 1 p.) An offprint.
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Twenty–five years ago today : March 4, 1906. (From editorial page of San Francisco Chronicle. Mar. 4, 1931) Referring to The jungle, by U. Sinclair.
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Two letters concerning the novelette, "What Didymus did." 1 p. Mimeographed. The letters are by Albert Einstein and C.G. Jung.
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Two noted members of the Arden colony with types of dwellings erected there. (In The evening telegraph. Philadelphia. Aug. 2, 1911. p. 1 : ill., ports.) Brief article concerning Upton Sinclair and George Brown, together pictures of the men and their homes in Arden.
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The undersigned Californians endorse the announced candidacy of Upton Sinclair for the governorship of our state. [S.l. : s.n., 1926] 1 leaf ; 22 x 28 cm. Signers: A. Bruce Anthony, Herman Lissauer, Mark Lee Luther, Rob Wagner, Lewis Browne, Myna Browne, Jim Tully.
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The undersigned holders, or former holders of academic positions join in recommending to the Swedish Academy the name of Upton Sinclair as candidate for the award of the Nobel Prize for literature. [S.l. : s.n., 1931] 1 leaf ; 22 x 28 cm. List of signers headed by Harry Elmer Barnes.
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Uppy Sinclair sings in verse of jail and he is not so worse : writes, with hammer in his hand, of Arden and its martyr band. (From The North American. Philadelphia. no. 318, Aug. 3, 1911. p. 1, 6 : ports.)
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Upton Sinclair. New York, 1927. (From The New York Times. Sept. 4, 1927) An unsigned review of Floyd Dell's "Upton Sinclair."
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Upton Sinclair. (From The new masses. Dec. 22, 1942. p. 16) An editorial.
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Upton Sinclair. (Clipping from an unidentified newspaper. May 10, 1961) Commenting upon Sinclair's issuing a memorial edition of "Southern Belle."
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Upton Sinclair. (From Writer's digest. Mar. 1930. p. 21) An informal interview with Upton Sinclair.
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Upton Sinclair. Indianapolis, 1927. (From The Indianapolis news. Aug. 20, 1927) Review of Floyd Dell's Biography of Upton Sincliar.
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Upton Sinclair. (In T.P.'s and Cassell's weekly. v. 8, no. 203 (new series), Sept. 17, 1927. p. [1]) Photograph of Sinclair, with brief caption relating of the banning of his novel Oil! in Boston.
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Upton Sinclair and the Los Angeles Times. (From Seattle Union Record. Editorial section. Jan. 8, 1920. p. [10]) An editorial.
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Upton Sinclair. (In The liberator. v. 1, no. 10, Dec. 1918. p. 7–8) An uncomplimentary comment on Sinclair as a Socialist.
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[Upton Sinclair and the publishers] (In Swit. Lemberg, East Galicia. Nov. 1, 1925. p. 10–11 : port.) Title translated from the Ukrainian.
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Upton asks leave to print. (In Public relations. Oct. 1925. p. 22–25) Includes letter from Sinclair about the evil effects of Big business on politics; this article is in answer to Sinclair's letter.
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Upton Sinclair at 80. (In The new republic. v. 139, no. 13, Sept. 29, 1958. p. 6) An editorial.
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Upton Sinclair at San Pedro. (In So this is liberty! New York : American Civil Liberties Union. June, 1924. p. 7–9) Includes Sinclair's account of his arrest in connection with his protest against the treatment of 600 striking longshoremen in Los Angeles.
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Upton Sinclair, author of "The jungle." (In The journalist. New York. v. 38, no. 23, Mar. 24, 1906. p. [1]) Large portrait of Sinclair.
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Upton Sinclair, "Co–op." (In Abstinenter Sozialist. Zürich. v. 32, no. 9, Sept. 1937. p. [3]) A brief review of Co–op.
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Upton Sinclair, EPIC candidate. (In Vanity fair. Sept. 1934) Large portrait of Sinclair with a brief comment on his candidacy for governor of California.
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Upton Sinclair, et. al. refused to pay a fine imposed for breaking the Sunday laws and were given eighteen hours each in the workhouse — they will be released to–day. (From The news. Wilmington, Del. Aug. 2, 1911)
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Upton Sinclair favoriet voor post van gouverneur van Californië. (In Vrede : organ van het vredes studie bureau. v. 7, no. 10, Oct. 1934. p. 138–140)
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Upton Sinclair gives approval for 'Lanny Budd' TV series. (In Daily news–post. [Monrovia, Calif.] Sept. 8, 1961)
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Upton Sinclair in jail, wheels rock, writes poem, likes both. (From The tribune. Los Angeles. Aug. 3, 1911)
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An Upton Sinclair "Lark" (From Roycroft magazine. 1918. p. 165–167) Discussion of his "Profits of religion."
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Upton Sinclair loses $200,000 libel suit. (In Editor & publisher the Fourth Estate. June 22, 1929. p. 12) A news item.
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Upton Sinclair okays series on 'Lanny Budd' (In The desert sun. Palm Springs, Calif. Sept. 13, 1961. p. 6A)
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Upton Sinclair on "How to End Poverty In California." (In The Plymouth bulletin. Oakland, Calif. : Plymouth Congregational Church. v. 3, no. 41, Dec. 17, 1933) Notice of a speech to be delivered by Sinclair.
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Upton Sinclair : millions a year. (In The register. Adelaide, Australia. Oct. 27, 1928) A newspaper clipping.
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Upton Sinclair, prisoner, vanishes. (From Los Angeles Times. v. 42, May 16, 1923. p. [1]) A news item.
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Upton Sinclair, Socialist candidate for governor, is to open campaign at picnic Sunday. (From The new era. Los Angeles. v. 1, no. 8, Sept. 1930. p. 1)
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Upton Sinclair talks at harbor. (In Los Angeles Examiner. May 24, 1923)
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Upton Sinclair to wed widow. (In Progress–bulletin. Pomona, Calif. Oct. 11, 1961. p. [1] : port.)
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Upton Sinclair – will his EPIC plan succeed? (In Your astrology magazine. Oct. 1934. p. 3–4, 40)
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Upton Sinclair : wise wanderer in the world of worlds. (In The Kapustkan. Chicago. v. 3, no. 1, Apr. 1942. p. 17) An appreciation and analysis of Sinclair's Between two worlds. Mimeographed.
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Upton Sinclair's books feature court hearings : statements from author's writings are read before jury in trial of libel case. (From Rocky Mountain news. Denver. [1932] p. 1–2)
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Upton Sinclair's chances. (In The new republic. v. 80, no. 1032, Sept. 12, 1934. p. 117) Discussion of Sinclair's chances of being elected governor of California.
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Upton Sinclair's joke. (From The Argonaut. [1908] p. 323) An editorial condemning Sinclair's "Metropolis."
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Upton Sinclair's latest. (In The China digest. Nov. 25, 1933. p. 229) Review of Sinclair's "The way out."
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Upton Sinclair's wall : Upton Sinclair having cleaned up the Chicago packing houses and precipitated government inspection of meats by his sickening Jungle book, took a little leisure in which to secure a divorce. (In Detroit tribune. Nov. 1, 1913)
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V.–T., J. Upton Sinclair for the Nobel prize. (In Books and authors. May 1932. p. 288–290) Article signed at end: J.V.–T.
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Valencia will stage new play. (From the San Francisco call. Jan. 10, 1909. 1 p.) Clipping gives a summary of the play Prince Hagen.
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Vallely, Mrs. Jack. Book stuff / by Mrs. Jack Vallely. (In Rob Wagner's script. Beverly Hills, Calif. v. 7, no. 171. p. 20–21 : ill.) A review of Sinclair's American outpost.
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Veterans' Non–Partisan League, Los Angeles. To the veterans of American wars : is Upton Sinclair for Americanism? : or Communism : here's the answer. [Los Angeles, 1930?] [6] p. ; 8vo. Includes poem by Sinclair: The red flag.
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Waldron, Webb, b. 1882. Can Sinclair win? : the astonishing sweep of the EPIC plan outrages the souls of my citizens, but election day nears with the result in doubt / by Webb Waldron. (In Today. Oct. 6, 1934. p. 6–7, 20, 22 : port.)
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Walker, Maud Davis. Sinclair and his band of mourners make Rockefeller's life miserable. (In Appeal to reason. Girard, Kan. no. 963, Apr. 1914. p. 1–2) Feature article on the picketing of John D. Rockefeller's office in New York City on April 29, 1914.
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Walker, Ryan, 1870–1932. Tame socialists I have known / by Ryan Walker. (A clipping from an unidentified newspaper) A cartoon.
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Walther, Gerda. Upton Sinclair 75 Jahre alt. (In Neue Wissenschaft. v. 4, no. 1, Jan. 1954. p. 34–35) Author's inscribed presentation copy to Upton Sinclair.
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"War" : a manifesto against it : powerful article by Upton Sinclair. (In The banner daily truth. Broken Hill, Australia. v. 1, no. 252, Aug. 24, 1909. p. 2 : port.) A news item concerning the forthcoming appearance of the article by Sinclair.
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Ware, Harlan. Lanny Budd is back : Upton Sinclair's hero has changed ... / by Harlan Ware. (In Pasadena star–news. Apr. 19, 1953) Review of Sinclair's "The return of Lanny Budd."
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Weir, Hugh, 1884– Upton Sinclair — the man of the hour. (In Human life : the magazine about people. Boston. v. 3, no. 6, Sept. 1906. p. 5–6, 8 : ill., port.)
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West, Geoffrey, 1900– America's greatest socialist writer / by Geoffrey West. (From The daily herald. London. Aug. 24, 1927. p. 9 : port.) Together with "Sinclair's latest and greatest," by Geoffrey West from the August 26, 1927 issue of the Daily Herald. Refers to Sinclairs's latest novel "Oil."
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West, Geoffrey, 1900– Upton Sinclair, the foremost socialist pamphleteer / by Geoffrey West. (From The Millgate monthly. v. 24, no. 285. p. [515]–519 : port.)
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Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866–1946. Mr. Upton Sinclair intervenes. (From The academy. London. Apr. 12, 1913) A letter to the editor, concerning Upton Sinclair. A press clipping.
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The Wet parade in the movies. (In The Congregationalist and herald of Gospel liberty. v. 117, no. 20, May 19, 1932. p. 632) Includes on p. 640–641 a review of Sinclair's American outpost.
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Whitaker, Robert, 1863–1944. Book review [of Upton Sinclair presents William Fox] (In The open forum. v. 10, no. 9, Mar. 4, 1933. p. 3)
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Whipple, Leon, b. 1882. Portrait of a seeker. (In The world tomorrow. Sept. 1927. p. 376) Signed at end: Leon Whipple. Review of Floyd Dell's Upton Sinclair : a study in social protest.
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Whitaker, Robert, 1863–1944. "The people's choice" in California. (In Unity. Nov. 12, 1934. p. 109–112)
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White, Arthur K. (Arthur Kent), 1889– Soul suicide / Arthur K. White, editor. (In The dry legion. Denver, Colo. v. 27, no. 12, Dec. 1961. p. [3]–5 : port.)
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Wilshire, Gaylord, 1861–1927. Upton Sinclair against the one–leg dance. (In Wilshire's magazine. v. 17, no. 8, Aug.–Sept. 1913. p. [1]–2) A "catchy" title for a discussion of Sinclair's socialist principles. Includes a letter from Sinclair dated: Letchworth, England, August 9, defending his principles.
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Upton Sinclair's indictment of the American press. (From Current opinion. May 1920. p. 669–671) At head of title: Assailing the new minotaur. A review of Sinclair's "The brass check." Article unsigned.
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Winton, Janet. What does your handwriting tell? / by Janet Winton (graphologist) ; famous author analyzed. (From New York evening graphic. Nov. 23, 1928) Includes facsimile of Sinclair's handwriting and his portrait.
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Women in crepe to picket office of Standard Oil : strike mourners will be stationed at Rockefeller's quarters as protest. (From The New York evening world. Apr. 29, 1914. 1 p.) News item concerning a plan conceived by Sinclair to picket the office of John D. Rockefeller as a protest against the killings in the Colorado mine strikes.
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Wood, Clement, 1888–1950. Behold the kept press "The brass check" / [reviewed by Clement Wood] (From The Call magazine. New York. [1919] p. 10 : port.)
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Wood, Clement, 1888–1950. Upton Sinclair / by Clement Wood. (In The Call magazine. Mar. 30, 1918. Section two, p. [20] : port.)
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Woodward, William E., 1874–1950. Upton Sinclair. (In The nation. v. 125, no. 3249, Oct. 12, 1927. p. 392–394) A review of Floyd Dell's Upton Sinclair : a study in social protest.
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Workers of the world. (In John A. Lee's weekly. Auckland, Australia. v. 3, no. 11, Sept. 16, 1942. p. 3) An editorial.
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The young author who has startled the world. (From The London daily mail. June 6, 1906) Cartoon–portrait of Upton Sinclair.