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Name Wooster, Alf

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Image of ii.13.2 - Letter

ii.13.2 - Letter

Letter written to Alf Wooster on March 20, 1894 from A. M. Tait MD asking for a copy of the Liberty Bell.

Image of ii.2.41 - Letter

ii.2.41 - Letter

Letter dated 6/6/1894 to Alfred Wooster from E. H. Banks, M.D. of Kinglsey, Iowa inquiring about the Co-operative Colony.

Image of ii.2.33-38 - Letter

ii.2.33-38 - Letter

Letter dated 8/28/1894 to E. B. Gaston from L. B. Baker of Findlay, Ohio complaining that libelous statements about him were published by Mr. Wooster in the Liberty Bell newspaper.

Image of ii.1.46 - Letter

ii.1.46 - Letter

Letter dated 6/28/1894 to Alf Wooster, Des Moines, Iowa from T. W. Andrus of Sioux City, Iowa requesting information about the "Fair Hope Colony."

Image of ii.2.18-19 - Letter

ii.2.18-19 - Letter

Letter written 6/6/1894 to E. B. Gaston from L. B. Baker requesting photographs of Gaston, General James B. Weaver, J. R. Sovereign, Mr. Bellangee and Mr. Wooster. The pictures will be hung in a Single Tax Reading Room Baker is preparing.

Image of ii.2.42 - Letter

ii.2.42 - Letter

Letter dated 6/11/1894 to Alfred Wooster from E. H. Banks, M.D. of Kingsley, Iowa. He thanks Wooster for the information he sent on the Co-operative Colony, and sends money for a subscription to the Liberty Bell newspaper.

Image of ii.2.43 - Letter

ii.2.43 - Letter

Letter dated 6/26/1894 to E. B. Gaston from E. H. Banks, M.D. from Kingsley, Iowa. Banks is interested in the Co-operative Colony, has corresponded with Alfred Wooster, and has been reading about the proposed colony in the Liberty Bell newspaper. He says he might like to join.

Image of ii.2.55 - Letter

ii.2.55 - Letter

Change of address notice to Alfred Wooster from O. H. Bancroft for his Liberty Bell newspaper subscription.

Image of ii.2.120 - Letter

ii.2.120 - Letter

Letter written to Alf Wooster from R. S. Bushnell of Welsh, Louisiana requesting a subscription. The letter, dated 02/26/1894, is too faint to read more specifics, but the subscription request is most likely for the Liberty Bell newspaper.

Image of ii.4.21-22 - Postcard

ii.4.21-22 - Postcard

Postcard written in June 1894 to Alf Wooster from R. D. DeJournette of Chicago, Illinois. DeJournette identifies himself as a Single Taxer, a Greenbacker and a printer, and is interested in joining the proposed colony. He wants a copy of the Liberty Bell sent to Mrs. Ellen Clover of Kansas City, Kansas as well as to himself.

Image of ii.4.27 - Letter

ii.4.27 - Letter

Letterdated 03/06/1894 to Alf Wooster, Publisher of the LIberty Bell newspaper from W. S. Dilatush, a judge in Lebanon, Ohio. Dilatush is sending subscription money for the LIberty Bell newspaper.

Image of ii.4.28 - Letter

ii.4.28 - Letter

Letter to Alf Wooster dated 02/26/1894 from J. N. Dixon of Malvern, Arkansas sending money for a subscription to the Liberty Bell newspaper and requesting a membership application for the Fairhope Industrial Association.

Image of ii.4.90 - Letter

ii.4.90 - Letter

Letter to Alf Wooster from John Ford of Sioux City, Iowa written of March 9, 1894 saying that he has received the Liberty Bell and letter. He is interested in the colony scheme but suggests that it could be located in the Indian Territory where it would not be hampered by state laws. There is an X through the letter.

Image of ii.6.57-58 - Letter

ii.6.57-58 - Letter

Letter dated 07/11/1894 to Alf Wooster from B. Haurendell of Lake City, Minnesota. Haurendell proposes Lake City as the site of the Fairhope Colony and offeres captial and a business plan. He is a proponent of cooperative individualism.

Image of ii.5.53 - Letter

ii.5.53 - Letter

Letter to Alf Wooster dated 06/04/1894 from A. G. Gilliam of St. Louis, Missouri. Gilliam is requesting information about the 'colonization scheme' and suggests Florida as an ideal site.

Image of ii.6.84 - Letter

ii.6.84 - Letter

Letter written to Alf Wooster from George J. Hovey (?) or Leavenworth, Kansas on June 4, 1894 asking for more information on the proposed colony and saying that he thinks a member should have the right to sell his interest.

Image of ii.6.89 - Letter

ii.6.89 - Letter

Letter to Alf. Wooster, Editor of Liberty Bell, from A. M. Howell. He encloses $.50 for Liberty Bell and is interested in becoming a member of the Fairhope Industrial Association.

Image of ii.6.90-91 - Letter

ii.6.90-91 - Letter

Letter to Alf Wooster from A. M. Howell, dated 3/18/1894. He is enclosing mone for Liberty Bell and wishes he would also send copies to: E. Hatch and J. Shimer. He is still considering joining the new colony.

Image of ii.6.92-94 - Letter

ii.6.92-94 - Letter

Letter to Alf Wooster from A. M. Howell dated 4/04/1894. He has not received No.7 issue of Liberty Bell and is enclosing $.25 for extra copies. He wants to join the Fairhope Industrial Association provided he can financially see his way to do so. He is wanting to leave the area where he lives and realize something more than a living. He has a small homestead in Nebraska. He can leave at any time once location is established. He speaks of emancipation, Lincoln and African slavery.

Image of ii.6.109 - Letter

ii.6.109 - Letter

Letter written to Alf Wooster from Thomas Hunt of Cincinnati, Ohio subscribing to Liberty Bell. He says he agrees with Wooster on land question but not on his notions concerning money.