The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April 17, 1926: Letting in the Alien Flood - Why?


32 pages. Features: Fascinating news bits inside front cover; Merry Richmond, Virginia - Rich in Romance/The Rare Old Traditions are still Undimmed; Letting in the Alien (Immigration) Flood - Why? - Relatives have relatives and the Perlman Bill would admit them all; Two Dozen Ways to Keep Sane - ways of thinking and living cause mental breakdowns; Woodrow Wilson - Taker of Chances (part 4); The Drama of Our Youth - village theatricals when father and mother were characters in the play; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - he talks about the mirage of the 'saturation point' of a service; Editorials - foreigners involved in crime, prohibition, controversial reporting about Russia, the Mexican/US border, Mr. Trotsky (Braunstein) takes another fling at the U.S., Winston Churchill and the cancellation of war debt; Literary Fakers and Their Fakes - Wherein the delightful 'Spectra' Hoax is told and the Eulogists of Modern and Ultra-Modern Verse are engulfed in sorrow; A Dinosaur Breaks into History - if man drew a pictograph from life, it upsets many theories; What to do to make life worthwhile - many people consider that a college education and 'success' are synonymous, but here are some people who are of the opposite opinion; Paul Revere tells his own story - family archives furnish new light on Patriot's Famous Ride into Lexington; Chats with Office Callers;There is nothing new under the sea - how Robert Fulton Demonstrated Submarines Over a Hundred Years Ago; When Cliff House Went Really Dry - the once famous San Francisco Resort Sees Changed Days; How to Steal Apples - loopholes of law which enable fruit marauders to defy mantraps, spring guns and the farmer's bulldog; Co-operation Saves Workers From Death - employees of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company at Los Angeles fight Tuberculosis, the Great White Plague, at the Lone Wolf Colony; How the Indians Made Sugar; Beating the Grain of Mustard Seed - nurseryman George Klehm can grow a 35' elm tree in six years; A Dance a Week - The Lancers ("Oriental) with first violin sheet music (continued); Back cover quote from Benjamin Harrison about national expansion. Average wear. Unmarked. Middle page loose but present. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April 17, 1926: Letting in the Alien Flood - Why?

Author Name: Whiting, May B.; Watson, Kenneth; Laird, Donald A.; Thompson, Huston; Vose, Caroline E.; Finger, Charles J.; Hubbard, Samuel; Benson, Allan L.; Montgomery, A.J.; Waite, John B.; Mosnat, H.R.

Illustrator: Ohlsson (cover); Seavey, Paul Franklin; Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Fitzgerald, W.O.

Categories: Americana, Magazine Back Issues, Nautical,

Edition: First Edition

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

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 838g4911

Keywords: The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, April 17, 1926: Letting in the Alien Flood - Why? Immigration Melting Pot General Smedley Butler Doheny Expedition Arizona Joe Urbanski Merry Richmond, Virginia - Rich in Romance/The Rare Old Traditions are still Undimmed; Letting in the Alien (Immigration) Flood - Why? - Relatives have relatives and the Perlman Bill would admit them all; Two Dozen Ways to Keep Sane - ways of thinking and living cause mental breakdowns; Woodrow Wilson - Taker of Chances (part 4); The Drama of Our Youth - village theatricals when father and mother were characters in the play; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - he talks about the mirage of the 'saturation point' of a service; Editorials - foreigners involved in crime, prohibition, controversial reporting about Russia, the Mexican/US border, Mr. Trotsky (Braunstein) takes another fling at the U.S., Winston Churchill and the cancellation of war debt; Literary Fakers and Their Fakes - Wherein the delightful 'Spectra' Hoax is told and the Eulogists of Modern and Ultra-Modern Verse are engulfed in sorrow; A Dinosaur Breaks into History - if man drew a pictograph from life, it upsets many theories; What to do to make life worthwhile - many people consider that a college education and 'success' are synonymous, but here are some people who are of the opposite opinion; Paul Revere tells his own story - family archives furnish new light on Patriot's Famous Ride into Lexington; Chats with Office Callers;There is nothing new under the sea - how Robert Fulton Demonstrated Submarines Over a Hundred Years Ago; When Cliff House Went Really Dry - the once famous San Francisco Resort Sees Changed Days; How to Steal Apples - loopholes of law which enable fruit marauders to defy mantraps, spring guns and the farmer's bulldog; Co-operation Saves Workers From Death - employees of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company at Los Angeles fight Tuberculosis, the Great White Plague, at the Lone Wolf Colony; How the Indians Made Sugar; Beating the Grain of Mustard Seed - nurseryman George Klehm can grow a 35' elm tree in six years; A Dance a Week - The Lancers ("Oriental) with first violin sheet music (continued); Back cover quote from Benjamin Harrison about national Expansion,