Faculty and Staff

Helen Denbigh
[President of the Student-Alumni Council; founder of the Henry George Fellowship]

J.S. McGee to Helen Denbigh, March 12, 1934
Announcement about the Henry George Fellowship, April 19, 1934
“The Henry George Fellowship Instituted April 19, 1934”
Eva L. Maxwell to Helen Denbigh, April 26, 1934
Message about the Formation of the Henry George Fellowship, May 1934
Charles Joseph Smith to Helen Denbigh, July 20, 1934
Charles O’Connor Hennessy to Helen Denbigh, October 5, 1934
J.B. Priestley to Helen Denbigh, October 5, 1934
Helen Denbigh to Charles O’Connor Hennessy, February 5, 1935
Helen Denbigh to J.L.M. March 31, 1935
“The Beginning of the Henry George Fellowship,” Land and Freedom, Nov.-Dec. 1935
By Laws of the Henry George Fellowship [1935]
Grace Colbron to Helen Denbigh, October 6, 1936
Henry George Fellowship By Laws with Letter from Helen Denbigh, undated
Henry George Fellowship Informational Sheet, undated
Henry George Fellowship Solicitation Letter, undated
The Henry George Fellowship, undated
The New Physiocrats, undated

Mabel Rees
[Volunteer]

Georgist Poems, November 1946
The Bandit, the Beggar, and the Blacksmith, November 1949
Draft of To Mr. Bennett Challis, 1950
To Mr. Bennett Challis, 1950
A Simple Cure, July 1950
As the Years Pass By, January 1951
Edited Draft of As the Years Pass By, January 1951
William Penn and the Land Tax, Friends Intelligencer, December 1951
A Fish Course in Economics, 1951
To Professor H.G. Brown, 1951
Henry George and the Fifth Horseman, May-June 1952
An Ode for Henry George Day, September-October 1952
To Henry George in Memoriam, October 1952
New Years Greeting, January 1953
Rise and Fall of Civilizations, 1954
The Wheels of Progress, January-February 1954
A Share in the Worth of Land, February 1954
75th Anniversary, June 1954
The Message of Henry George, June 1954
A Cause for Rejoicing, November-December 1954
For a Georgist New Year, January-February 1955
In the Spring Time, March-April 1955
It Was the Cat, March-April 1955
For Henry George Day, Summer 1955
Truth and a Tree, September-October 1955
Philadelphia, July 1956
In Freedom’s Shine, January-February 1957
The Silver Anniversary, March-April 1957
Small Rhymes on Great Books, September-October 1957
Truth Never Dies, September-October 1957
Signs of the Times, March-April 1958
In Memory of Henry George, July 1957
The Birthplace of Henry George, September-October 1957
Exemption from Real Estate, July 1958
History Repeats Itself, July-August 1958
The Best Memorial, September 2, 1958
To Bob Rodriguez, November 1958
A Universal Holiday, September-December 1958
The Sturdy Beggars, May 1959
Nature’s Way, September 1959
For the Henry George School Christmas Party, 1960
Our Departed Georgists, January 1960
Keeper or Brother, 1961
Fourth Year Small Rhymes for Great Books, October-May 1961
A Ride to Remember, August 1961
The Philosophy for Peace and Plenty, 1962
To Oscar Geiger, January 4, 1962
A Tree at Henry George’s Birthplace, April 14, 1962
Such is the Power of Truth, August 1964
Old Rip and the Little Elves, May 1966
A Playlet, June 1966
The Meaning of Land, March 1967
The Frustration of Taxation, May 1967

Undated
All Men Are Created Equal
Second Year Small Rhymes for Great Books
Third Year Small Rhymes for Great Books
Fifth Year Small Rhymes for Great Books
Sixth Year Small Rhymes for Great Books
Seventh Year Small Rhyme for Great Books
He Kept the Faith
He Kept the Faith (2)
In Honor of Henry George Day September 2nd
In Memoriam, To Henry George
In Memory of Joseph Stockman
Index Forerunners of Henry George
Indian Problems Old and New
List of Poems
Man and His Environment
Monopoly Versus the Margin
Mr. Spencer on the Land Question
Peace and Prosperity
Sense in Nonsense
The Best Survives
The Fifth Horseman
Those Who Had a Glimpse of the Same Star
Three Brothers and Their Inheritance
To Dr. George Royal
Two Poems in Honor of Henry George Day
Two Views of Philosophy

Susan Donahue
[Executive Secretary]

Bob Ritchey to Susan Donahue, August 11, 1952

Phillip Grant
[Faculty]

Tales Out of School Series:

No. 3 – Looking a gift horse in the mouth
No. 4 – The new freedom
No. 5 – Gee-Gees and ticker tape
No. 6 – This isn’t labor
No. 7 – The stuff called money
No. 8 – Poleko
No. 9 – So this is wealth
No. 10 – Land ho!
No. 11 – ‘Taint natural
No. 12 – Sugar, shuns, shekels
No. 13 – Capitalism isn’t a man!
No. 14 – Man in the atom age
No. 15 – Zeke the capitalist
No. 16 – Hope springs eternal
No. 17 – Depression impressions
No. 18 – Landlord vs tenant
No. 20 – Ain’t progress wonderful?
No. 22 – How land produces rent in the city
No. 23 – How land pays rent on the farm
No. 24 – How Obie got by on $150 a year

Don Hurford
[Educational Director]

Don Hurford, Education Director to HGS Instructors, October 16, 1986

Jack Schwartzman
[Faculty]

Dr. Jack Swartzman to Incredibly Patient Readers [of Fragments], March 1, 1983
“Lilacs” Fragments, (January-March 1966)
“White Parasols and Elephants Mad with Pride (or, the Purpose Prose of Progress and Poverty), The Nassau Review, 1979
“Poetry in the Fall,” Nassau County Office of Cultural Development, Fall 1982
“Henry George and the Ethics of Economics,” AJES (January 1986)
Resume of Dr. Jack Schwartzman, PhD, JSD, September 1, 1988
“Henry George and George Bernard Shaw: Comparison and Contrast,” AJES (January 1990)
“Personality Profile Jack Schwartzman” Universitas, (March 1990)
“Natural Law and the Campus, Revisited” (An address before the University Professors for Academic Order. George Washington University, January 5, 1991)
Nassau County Proclamation of Dr. Jack Schwartzman Day, March 22, 1991
“Henry George, Emma Lazarus, and the Concept of Liberty, Comparison and Contrast,” presented before the Henry George Conference, June 16, 1991
“Thoreau, Tolstoy, and Civil Disobedience,” July 11, 1991
“Is this War Necessary?” [1991]
“The Omelet and the Eggs: The Sequel,” May 21, 1992
Henry George and Emma Lazarus: Comparative Views (New York: RSF, [1998])
“The Value of a Teacher,” undated
“Henry George, Rerum Novarum, and the Controversy Concerning Private Property in Land,” undated
“Herbert Spencer and Henry George: A Controversy,” undated
“The Moral and Ethical basis of Georgism,” undated
“Henry David Thoreau and Henry George: Contrast and Comparison,” undated

Tom Smith
[Education Director]

Lucy Toomey and other grateful students to Dr. Smith (June 20, 2000)

Pia DeSilva
[Faculty]

Fundamental Economics Lesson Plans, 1991 (rev. 2002)
DeSilva to Davies and Sullivan, February 20, 1991
DeSilva to Dorothy and Sam Venturella, December 2, 1992

Lindy Davies
[Faculty and Assistant Director]

Memo from Richard Barbuto (February 13, 1991)
Letter to the Editor (January 27, 1992)
“Practical Writing Gazette,” undated
“LVT and Energy,” undated
“The Real Monopoly Game,” undated
“The “Cannons” of Taxation,” undated
“[Henry George said…], undated

Vesa Nelson
[Librarian]

Sharon Feinman to Vesa Nelson, February 13, 1995
Vesa Nelson to Margorie and Ronald Lorenz, September 25, 1995
Vesa Nelson to Teritus Chandler, September 27, 1995
Chuck Metalitz to Vesa Nelson, June 30, 2000