Series Three

Campaigns Financed by the Commission

The Public

The Public

Correspondence and Writings by or about Louis F. Post, Editor

Louis F. Post to Katerine Thacher, March 19, 1905
Correspondence between Louis F. Post and Mr. Huebsch, December 1921
Louis F. Post to Mr. Huebsch, December 25, 1921
Louis F. Post to Mr. Huebsch, January 7, 1922
Louis F. Post to Mr. Huebsch, December 28, 1924

“Answers to Questions.” Why? (September 1899)
The Single Tax: an Explanation with Illustrative Charts (Cedar Rapids, IA: Frank Vierth, 1899)
The Single Tax: an Explanation with Colored Charts and Illustrative Notes (Cedar Rapids, IA: Frank Vierth, 1900)
“To Youth of the Aged” with signed dedication to Mrs. Alice Thacher Post (May 19, 1905)
“A Non-Ecclesiastic Confession of Faith.” An address delivered at All Souls Church, Chicago, Illinois. (August 13, 1905)
“The Greatest Forgery in American Political History.” Twentieth Century Magazine (July 1911)
Trusts Good and Bad (Chicago: The Public Publishing Company, 1914)
What is a Christian? (Chicago: The Public Publishing Company, 1915). With a signed inscription by the author.
Land Tenure in the Jewish Commonwealth (NYC: Zionist Organization of America, 1919)
“Louis F. Post, Friend of the Single Tax, Dies.” The New York Times (January 11, 1928)
“Passing of Louis F. Post.” Labor (January 21, 1928)
E.N. Vallandingham, “Louis F. Post: A Personal Tribute.” The New Church Review (January 1929)
Could a Better System for Graft Be Devised? (undated)
Monopoly and Competition (Chicago: The Public Publishing Company, undated)

Correspondence of Stanley Bowmar, Business Manager/Publisher

Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, September 22, 1916
Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, September 29, 1916
Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, November 8, 1916
Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, November 27, 1916
Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, February 23, 1917
Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, March 8, 1917
Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, May 17, 1917
Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, March 27, 1917
Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, April 10, 1917
Stanley Bowmar to Winifred Cossette, September 5, 1917
Stanley Bowmar to Winifred Cossette, January 4, 1918
Stanley Bowmar, “Dear Friend,” January 5, 1918
Stanley Bowmar to Winifred Cossette, January 11, 1918
Stanley Bowmar to Winifred Cossette, January 18, 1918
Stanley Bowmar to Winifred Cossette, March 5, 1918
Stanley Bowmar to Alexander Mackendrick, April 10, 1918
Stanley Bowmar to Winifred Cossette, July 16, 1918
Stanley Bowmar to Winifred Cossette, November 18, 1918
H. Lambert to Stanley Bowmar, December 26, 1918

General Correspondence and Items Published by or in The Public

Daniel Kiefer to Contributors to the Sustention Fund, January 20, 1916
H. Lambert, “Dear Sir,” November 16, 1917

Ernest Crosby, Golden Rule Jones, Mayor of Toledo (Chicago: The Public Publishing Company, 1906)
Stoughton Cooley, Can We Eliminate the Capitalist? (Chicago: The Public Publishing Company, 1914)
Samuel Danziger, “Jobs for the Unemployed in New York.” The Public (July 16, 1915)
Samuel Danziger, “Letter to the Editor.” The Public (January 24, 1918)
Samuel Danziger, “Federal Tax on Land Values.” The Public (September 14, 1918)
Samuel Danziger, “Louis F. Post and War Time Rights.” (undated)
E.J. Salisbury, “Nero-Then” (Chicago: The Public Publishing Company, undated)

The American Economic League

Pamphlets

A Disregarded Warning
Free Land Means Free Men
Frugality
Governor Philip Needs Economic Instruction
Interfering with Business
Jobs and Joblessness
Justice Versus Charity
Pinchot’s Perfect Painting of Philanthropy
Taxing Stocks of Goods
The Debarred Immigrant

Press Bureau Numbers

No. 956 – Oregon’s Opportunity
No. 957 – A Game that Needs Raiding
No. 964 – A Business Proposition
No. 965 – Wise and Foolish Taxes
No. 986 – Examination Questions
No. 995 – How to Get Better Housing
No. 1066 – Federal Taxation of Land Values
No. 1221 – Not a Fad
No. 1269 – A Chivalrous Single Taxer
No. 1271 – A Sacrifice for Humanity
No. 1272 – Grange Views on Taxation
No. 1273 – Organized Labor’s Neglect
No. 1274 – Two Timid Housing Measures
No. ?? – Economics for Ex-Servicemen and Others
No. ?? – What North Dakota Voted For

The Oregon Campaign

W.G. Eggleston and W.S. U’Ren, Lest We Forget (Portland, OR: The Multnomah Printing Company, 1910)

W.G. Eggleston, Graduated Specific Tax & Constitutional Amendment (Portland, OR: The Multnomah Printing Company, [1909-1910])

Charles H. Shields, The Single Tax Exposed. Shall Oregon Be the Victim on which Joseph Fels Would Try Out the Fallacies of Single Tax? 5th ed. (Portland: Oregon Equal Taxation League, 1912)

W.S. U’Ren, “U’Ren Lays Single Tax Ghost.” The Portland Evening Telegram (June 10, 1914)