Series Three

Material from the Centennial Celebration of Progress and Poverty, 1979

Anniversary Books, Articles, and Pamphlets

Robert V. Andelson, ed., Critics of Henry George: A Centenary Appraisal…(1979)
Will Lissner, “On the Centenary of Progress and PovertyAJES (January 1979)
Don Wegars, “A Tax Treatise that Shook the World.” The San Francisco Chronicle (August 21, 1979)
Cover of the Progress and Poverty Centennial Edition, 1879-1979 (1979)
Facimile from the frontpiece of the Centenary Edition of Henry George’s Progress and Poverty (1979)
“Centennial Tributes to Henry George” (New York Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1979)
Wilbur Pereira, “Letter to the Editor: On progress and poverty Westchester Journal (September 13, 1979)
“Development and Prospects for a Danish Henry George Union,” San Francisco, 1979

Centenary Essays published by the Economic and Social Science Research Association

“Growth and Greed Being a Review of “Land Reform or Red Revolution by Fred Harrison”
Seymour Rauch, “Economic Answers to Ecological Problems”A.R. Hutchinson, “Land Rent as Public Revenue in Australia”

International Centennial Celebration in San Francisco , CA, August 20-25 

Correspondence between Frances Soriero and Edith Capon, May – April 1974
V.H. Blundell to Frances Soriero, November 22, 1977
Jack Williams to Jeremiah F. Knight, July 20, 1978
Correspondence between Terry Newland and Robert Clancy, August 1978
Robert Clancy to Danske Henry George Forening, August 17, 1978
Terry Newland to V.H. Blundell, September 5, 1978
Bruce R. Sievers to Terry Newland, October 19, 1978
Terry Newland to Danske Henry George Forening, October 29, 1978
Terry Newland to Allen Halkyard, October 30, 1978
Terry Newland to Stichting Grondvest, October 30, 1978
V.H. Blundell to Terry Newland, October 31, 1978
Robert Clancy to Wendell Fitzgerald, February 15, 1979
Agenda from the Centennial Celebration Program Committee General Meeting, July 11 [1979]
R.C. Grinham to Clay Berling, June 19, 1979
Conference Brochure from The Centennial Celebration of Progress and Poverty, August 20-25, 1979
John S. Wiggins, “The Essence of Georgism,”August 21, 1979
P.I. Prentice, “The trilling dollar cost of not correcting what is so wrong with today’s property tax,” August 22, 1979
Knud Tholstrup, “For the Centennial of Progress and Poverty,” San Francisco, August 1979
Tony Meis, ed. Progress and Poverty: The Centennial Celebration (San Diego, CA Land Equality and Freedom, 1979)
Terry Newland to Robert Clancy, June 6, 1980
Terry Newland and Wendell Fitzgerald, “Report to Sponsoring Organizations,” n.d.
Robert Clancy to Georgist Groups and Members, n.d.
Centennial Program (Partial), n.d.
“Progress and Poverty” Centennial Committee, “Rubber Stamp $36,” n.d.
Howard W. L’Hommedieu, “The Henry George Manifesto of 1979,” n.d.

Other Centennial Celebrations

Papers presented in Commemoration of the Centenary of Publication of ‘Progress and Poverty’ at the University of Sidney, June 27, 1979

Welcome Address of PA Governor Dick Thornburgh at the Progress and Poverty Centennial Banquet, Philadelphia, September 15, 1979

Speech by Congressman Henry S. Reuss to the Progress and Poverty Centennial Banquet, Philadelphia, September 15, 1979

“Henry George’s Progress and Poverty 100 Years Later. A Symposium at the University of Alabama Continuing Education Center,” November 9, 1979

John M. Kelly, “The New Barbarians The Continuing Relevance of Henry George,” an address at the Symposium at the University of Alabama, November 9, 1979

“Progress and Poverty” Centennial Committee, “Rubber Stamp $36,” n.d.
Centennial Vignettes

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