The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 10, 1926 - Open-Door Immigration?


32 pages. Features: Fascinating news bits inside front cover; Woodrow Wilson Was Best and Worst Copy - his passion for accuracy conflicted with newspapermen who ignored serious things to ask him 'what he ate for breakfast' - part 3; Housekeeping in Our Paris Flat - how two Americans fared in the French Capital and "Got to Love Passy"; ; Never Separated a Single Family - open-door immigration specialists slander the United States Government - Rabbi Stephen Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, urges passage of the most liberal of all the liberalizing measures - the Perlman bill; Life and Death on the Screen - A.C. Pillsbury films bacteria and pollen in action - motion pictures of flower fertilization; What's the Matter With Jim? - the story of a boy who would only work when he thought it play; Mr. Ford's Page - interesting thoughts on the forces involved with prohibition; Editorials - major criticism of the World Court and claim that in Michigan a list of Americans targetted for assassination by communists has been found; Golf - Can You Pick the Champions? - Americans will attempt to capture leading British honors - article with photos of Glenna Collett, Francis Ouimet, Macdonald Smith, Walter Hagen, Watts Gunn, Long Jim Barnes, Bobby Jones and Robert Gardner; Lincoln's Murder - Amazing Man Hunt - John Surratt and Papal Zouave accused of the crime, who leaped for liberty over a hundred-foot precipice - article with photos of John Surratt, John Wilkes Booth and Mrs. Mary Surratt; What it Costs the Chinese to Worship Their Ancestors - wonderful photo-illustrated article; Is America a Nation of Coffee-Bibbers? - Its people drink upward of forty billions of cups of this seductive beverage each year, consuming more than half of World's Production; Union of Irish and Jews in recent 'propaganda' plays - Abie's Irish Rose, Kosher Kitty Kelly; Great Writers Who Have Failed as Novelists; Seeking to Know What the Earth is Made of - the work of Professor Stjepan Mohorovicic and others; When the Broker Breaks the Law; A Dance a Week - The Lancers, a graceful square dance - first two figures, with piano sheet music (to be continued); Oregon State Agricultural College at Corvallis, Oregon offers course in the guardianship of a real baby; The Jolly Old Pedagogue; Back cover features illustration of and quotation by Henry Thoreau. Small chip from fore-edge of front cover. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April (Apr.) 10, 1926 - Open-Door Immigration?

Author Name: Thompson, Huston; Dillon, Philip R.; Watson, K.; Dunn, H.H.; Neil, Dudge Henry; Ford, Henry; MacDonald, Paul; Black, F.L.; Lowdermilk, Inez M.; De Young, Dirk P.; Arnold, George

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Conspiracy, Judaica,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dearborn, Michigan, The Dearborn Publishing Co.: 1926

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 838G4910

Keywords: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April 10, 1926 John Wilkes Booth Henri St. Marie Woodrow Wilson Was Best and Worst Copy - his passion for accuracy conflicted with newspapermen who ignored serious things to ask him 'what he ate for breakfast' - part 3; Housekeeping in Our Paris Flat - how two Americans fared in the French Capital and "Got to Love Passy"; ; Never Separated a Single Family - open-door immigration specialists slander the United States Government - Rabbi Stephen Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, urges passage of the most liberal of all the liberalizing measures - the Perlman bill; Life and Death on the Screen - A.C. Pillsbury films bacteria and pollen in action - motion pictures of flower fertilization; What's the Matter With Jim? - the story of a boy who would only work when he thought it play; Mr. Ford's Page - interesting thoughts on the forces involved with prohibition; Editorials - major criticism of the World Court and claim that in Michigan a list of Americans targetted for assassination by communists has been found; Golf - Can You Pick the Champions? - Americans will attempt to capture leading British honors - article with photos of Glenna Collett, Francis Ouimet, Macdonald Smith, Walter Hagen, Watts Gunn, Long Jim Barnes, Bobby Jones and Robert Gardner; Lincoln's Murder - Amazing Man Hunt - John Surratt and Papal Zouave accused of the crime, who leaped for liberty over a hundred-foot precipice - article with photos of John Surratt, John Wilkes Booth and Mrs. Mary Surratt; What it Costs the Chinese to Worship Their Ancestors - wonderful photo-illustrated article; Is America a Nation of Coffee-Bibbers? - Its people drink upward of forty billions of cups of this seductive beverage each year, consuming more than half of World's Production; Union of Irish and Jews in recent 'propaganda' plays - Abie's Irish Rose, Kosher Kitty Kelly; Great Writers Who Have Failed as Novelists; Seeking to Know What the Earth is Made of - the work of Professor Stjepan Mohorovicic and others; When the Broker Breaks the Law; A Dance a Week - The Lancers, a graceful square dance - first two figures, with piano sheet music; Oregon State Agricultural College at Corvallis, Oregon offers course in the guardianship of a real baby; The Jolly Old Pedagogue; Back cover features illustration of and quotation by Henry Thoreau Immigration,