Copy of a circular letter from Frank Bohn, National Secretary of the Socialist Labor Party, to the members of Socialist Labor Party, requesting funds to aid the party's financial situation following the move of the headquarters in New York and legal fees from an appeal against a libel case from J. Bernstein,
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|Main Creator:||Bohn, Frank, 1878-1975|
The libel case with J. Bernstein in 1903 was a result of the party split in 1899, and the appeal was unsuccessful. The party moved its headquarters to 28 City Hall Place, Bohn outlines the moving costs and remarks "we are here alive, enthusiastic, with 100 per cent of our nerve." Bohn requests an average of 50 cents a member.
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