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Author: V J Jerome
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, writings, research notes, biographical material, obituaries and eulogies, and other personal and family papers of Victor J. Jerome, American communist, writer, editor of Political Affairs, and political activist. The bulk of the papers relate primarily to Jerome's activities with the American Communist Party during the period from 1930 to 1965. Of special interest is correspondence relating to  Read more...
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Named Person: Sholem Aleichem; Garri Aĭzman; Herbert Aptheker; Kurt Baum; Edwin August Bjöekman; Lucy Bjöekman; Ella Reeve Bloor; Millen Brand; Richard Bransten; Śivadāna Siṃha Cauhāna; Viola Irene Cooper; Manuel Cruz; Olive Tilford Dargan; Anthony D Dayan; W E B Du Bois; Gladys Woods Evans; Philip Evergood; Howard Fast; Raymond Flores; William Z Foster; Blanch Freedman; Sender Garlin; Maxwell David Geismar; K B Gilden; Lillian Barnard Gilkes; Dashiell Hammett; V J Jerome; Oakley C Johnson; Emily Grace Kazakevich; Rockwell Kent; Günther Klotz; Alfred Kreymborg; John Howard Lawson; Maxim Lieber; George Lohr; Walter Lowenfels; Archibald MacLeish; Albert Maltz; Herschel D Mayer; Robin McKown; H L Mencken; Alexander Mette; Kedar Nath; Joseph North; Norman Plotkin; Harold Preece; Samuel Putnam; Bertha Capen Reynolds; Holland Roberts; Paul Robeson; Pete Seeger; Sholem Shtern; Josef Škvorecký; Rose Pastor Stokes; Lucy Stone; Zdeněk Střʹibrnʹy; Ernst Toller; Theodore Ward; Francis Warwin; Luba Waserman; Max Weber; Grete Weiskopf; John Merral Whitcomb; Eliot White; Henry Winston; Frances Winwar; Richard Wright
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: V J Jerome
OCLC Number: 702200823
Description: 16.25 linear ft.
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Correspondence, writings, research notes, biographical material, obituaries and eulogies, and other personal and family papers of Victor J. Jerome, American communist, writer, editor of Political Affairs, and political activist. The bulk of the papers relate primarily to Jerome's activities with the American Communist Party during the period from 1930 to 1965. Of special interest is correspondence relating to Jerome's trial and conviction for violation of the Smith Act (1952); correspondence with Dashiell Hammett relating to "The Committee to Defend V. J. Jerome" (1952); prison correspondence (1953-1957); and correspondence with notable American communists relating to the organization of the Communist Party in the United States. Also of importance are printed and manuscript copies of Jerome's writings, including his two autobiographical novels, A Lantern For Jeremy and The Paper Bridge, as well as his numerous newspaper and periodical contributions. Important correspondents include Herbert Aptheker, Ella Reeve Bloor, W. E. B. DuBois, Howard Fast, Rockwell Kent, Alfred Kreymborg, Archibald MacLeish, Dashiell Hammett, and Paul Robeson.

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