Algie M. Simons and May Wood Simons Papers, 1901-1951

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Title: Algie M. Simons and May Wood Simons Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1901-1951

  • Simons, A. M. (Algie Martin), 1870-1950
  • Simons, May Wood, d. 1948
Call Number: Wis Mss LG; PH 312

Quantity: 1.8 c.f. (8 archives boxes) and 13 photographs (1 folder)

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Papers of Algie M. Simons and his wife May Wood Simons, both Wisconsin-born journalists, authors, and socialists, documenting lecture tours and socialist gatherings in the United States and abroad, and their editorial work on the staff of the Chicago Daily Socialist and the Milwaukee Leader. Among prominent correspondents in the collection are J. Ramsay MacDonald, Upton Sinclair, and William English Walling. Also documented is Simons' work (1931-1950) for the American Medical Association, including copies of his articles on medical economics.

Language: English

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