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Index of the Scrapbook of Courtland Snow White


The following is an index to the scrapbook of Courtland Snow White, poet of the People's Party.
Compiled by Cindy Klinkon, June 1996.

[Subjects of articles and photographs are enclosed in brackets.]


[The Alliance and Labor Songster.] Song book has sold 100,000 copies in two years, p. 1, col. 1.

"The Alliance Songster." Four articles (three untitled) about song book, p. 46, cols. 2-3; p. 50, col. 2; "Jumps onto the Calamity Songster," the Chicago Tribune, p. 49, col. 1.

["But One More Party."] "A New Campaign Song," Kansas City Star, p. 5, col. 3.; reprinted in unidentified newspaper, col. 1.

"Gathering the Farmers." Article about industrial picnic, Emporia, Kansas, July 5, p. 46, col. 3.

"Good-Bye, Old Party, Good-Bye." Two articles about song (one untitled and reprinted from the Advocate), p. 45, cols. 1-2.

"Good-Bye, Old Party, Good-Bye." Political cartoon (grasshopper playing bugle and bass drum while other grasshoppers dance), p. 6.

Heston, Watson. [John J. Ingalls], Political cartoon, reprinted from the Independent Newspaper (Winfield, Kan.), p. 49, col. 2.

Heston, Watson. "The People Be Dam'd," cartoon, The Independent Newspaper (Winfield, Kan.), inside front cover.

_______. "Stop Quarreling over the Tariff and Dead Issues and Throttle the Thieves," cartoon, p. 7, col. 1/3.

[Industrial picnic, Emporia, Kan.] "Gathering the Farmers," p. 46, col. 3.

[Ingalls, John J.] Political cartoon by Watson Heston, the Independent Newspaper (Winfield, Kan.), p. 49, col. 2.

"The Kansas Commoner," information page, p. 46, col. 1.

[Lease, Mary Elisabeth.] Portrait engraved by Benedict & Co., Chicago, p. 3.

[McCormick, Fannie.] Portrait, p. 50, col. 1/2.

"On to Cincinnati." Headline [without article] from unidentified Kansas City newspaper [Feb. 1887], p. 5, col. 1/3. Mentions White's "Good Bye, Old Party, Good Bye."

[Peffer, William A.] Portrait, p. 3.

[The People's Campaign Songster.] "The Best Thing Out," 1896, p. 1, col. 2.

[The People's Songster.] Advertisement, p. 1, col. 1/3 (reproducing cover illustration of C. S. White holding a torch in his left hand while conducting the world in song with the right); another, "Now We'll Sing Again," col. 1; another, "A New and Fresh Songster," col. 1; another reprinted from the Junction City Tribune, col. 1; another, untitled, col. 2/3; another reprinted from the Kansas Agitator, col. 2; another reprinted from the Madison, S. D., Independent, col. 2; another, reprinted from the Leader, col. 2/3; another reprinted from the Kansas Agitator, col. 2; another, "The People's Songster," col. 3.

"Platform Adopted by Halstead Young Men," poem, Halstead Tribune, p. 26, col. 2; p. 27, col. 1.

[Polk, Leonidas L.] "Polk at Home," reprinted from the Progressive Farmer, p. 6.

[_______.] Portrait engraved by Benedict & Co., Chicago, p. 4.

[Rightmire, William F.] Portrait engraved by Benedict & Co., Chicago, p. 4.

[Simpson, Jerry.] Portrait engraved by Melville, Chicago, p. 3.

"Southern 'Fire-Eaters': A Letter from One of Them to Mr. Clover," p. 50, col. 3.

[Streeter, Andrew J.] Portrait, p. 51, col. 1.

[Valley Center ladies.], Untitled poem by "Old Hayseed," with introduction, People's Voice, p. 27, col. 1.

[Vincent, C.] Portrait, p. 50, col. 1/2.

White, Courtland Snow, "The Alliance Goes Marching On," song to be sung to the tune of "John Brown's Body," p. 26, col. 3; broadside, p. 27, col. 2/3. Collected in The People's Songster, p. 15.

_______. "The Alliances Are Coming," song to be sung to the tune of "Babylon Is Fallen," p. 20, col. 2. Collected in The People's Songster, p. 17.

_______. "Autumn," poem, p. 39, col. 3.

_______. "Bidding for Office," the Commoner, p. 9, col. 2.

_______. "The Blight Is on the Farmer," poem, the Haven Independent, p. 23, col. 1/3.

_______. "Bobbing Up and Bobbing Down," poem, p. 26, col. 2.

_______. "But a Withered Leaf," poem, Lake Charles, Louisiana, p. 43, col. 2.

_______. "But One Old Party," song to be sung to the tune of "Noah's Ark," p. 31, col. 2. Collected in The People's Songster, pp. 9-10.

_______. "Can You Tell?" poem, p. 38, col. 2.

_______. "Chronicles," essays, American Nonconformist, p. 8, col. 2; p. 8, col. 3-p. 9, col. 1; p. 14, col. 1 (with misspelled title).

_______. "Cincinnati," poem, American Nonconformist, p. 27, col. 1.

_______. "The Classes and the Masses," essay, Halstead Tribune, p. 30, cols. 1-2.

_______. "Come Join the People's Party," poem, the Colorado Workman, p 29. col. 2.

_______. "The Contrast," poem, p. 19, col. 1.

_______. "Death in the Conemaugh," poem, p. 18, col. 2, with holograph corrections.

_______. "Demo-Republican Fusion," poem, Halstead Tribune, p. 29, col. 2.

_______. "The Deserted Homestead," poem, the American Nonconformist, p. 24, cols. 1-2.

_______. "Don't Get Sidetracked: Keep in the Middle of the Road," essay on Cincinnati conference, p. 28, cols. 1-2.

_______. "Down Goes McKinley," song to the tune of "Down Went McGinty," p. 41, col. 2.

_______. "The Dutchman's Pups," poem, the Commoner, p. 39, col. 1.

_______. "Economize," essay, p. 15, col. 2.

_______. "Eighteen Ninety-Two," poem, p. 32, col. 2.

_______. "Evening and Morning in Kansas," poem, p. 36, col. 2.

_______. "Every Year," poem, p. 37, col. 1.

_______. "The Extravagant Farmers," poem, p. 8, col. 1.

_______. "Farewell to Ingalls," song to be sung to the tune of "The Golden Stairs," American Nonconformist, p. 23, col. 3.

_______. "For Walking on the Grass," song to be sung to the tune of "The Wearing of the Green," p. 37, col. 1.

_______. "Free Silver," song to be sung to the tune of "Marching Through Georgia," p. 38, col. 3; p. 47, col. 2.

_______. "From C. S. White," letter, the Commoner, p. 43, col. 1.

_______. "A Fruitless Search," poem, p. 37, col. 2.

_______. "Good in All," poem, p. 18, col. 2.

_______. "Good-Bye, My Party, Good-Bye," poem, p. 17, col. 3 (Under the title, "Goodbye My Party"), with holograph corrections; song to be sung to the tune of "Good-Bye, My Lover, "Good-Bye," p. 20, col. 1, with holograph corrections. Song collected in The People's Songster, p. 16.

_______. "Good-Bye, Poor Benny, Good-Bye," song to be sung to the tune of "Good- Bye, My Lover, Good-Bye," Topeka Mail, p. 33, col. 2.

_______. "Grover and I Are Out," poem, p. 39, col. 2.

_______. "Halstead," local news written under the pseudonym, Labor, the Halstead Herald, p. 10, col. 2 (two columns); p. 11, cols. 2-3 (three columns); p. 13, col. 2; p. 16, cols. 1-3 (three columns, the first dated in holograph: 1887); p. 17, col. 1.

_______. "Halstead Happenings," written under the pseudonym, Labor, the Halstead Herald, p. 16, cols. 1, 2.

_______. "Halstead 'Hitems'," written under the pseudonym, Labor, the Halstead Herald, p. 12, col. 2; p. 13, col. 2; p. 16, col. 3; column dated Jan. 31, 1888, p. 17. col. 2.

_______. "Harvey County," poem, p. 9, col. 2.

_______. "Hatching a New Eagle," poem, p. 10, col. 3; the Colorado Workman, p. 21, col. 1, with printed annotation, "Written for the Workman," with drastically revised second stanza and stanzas 5 and 6 combined into one.

_______. "He Hasn't Done Anything Since," poem, p. 23, col. 1. Collected in The People's Songster, p. 27.

_______. "He'll Get There Just the Same," poem, the Commoner, p. 15, col. 1.

_______. "If I Were Cleve," poem, p. 35, col. 2.

_______. "In Memory of Anna M. Allen: Died February 5th, 1889," poem, Halstead Independent, p. 15, col. 3; p. 17. col. 3, with variant punctuation.

_______. "In Memory of L. L. Polk," poem, p. 32, col. 2.

_______. "In My Republican Days," poem, p. 27, col. 3.

_______. "John Sherman," song to be sung to the tune of "The Very First Sin," p. 48, col. 1.

_______. "The Judgement," poem, p. 8, col. 1; revised version, New Thought, p. 15, col. 1.

_______. "Justice Awakened," poem, p. 10, col. 1, with revisions in pencil.

_______. "Kansas," poem, the Commoner, p. 35, col. 1.

_______. "The Kansas Fool," song to be sung to the tune of "Beulah Land," p. 20, col. 1. Collected in The People's Songster, p. 35.

_______. "Kansas Weather," poem, Halstead Tribune, p. 26, col. 1.

_______. "Labor Made Them All," poem, the Guide, p. 43, col. 1.

_______. "Land, Money and Transportation," poem, the American Nonconformist, p. 27, col. 2. Collected in The People's Songster, pp. [3]-4, under "My Platform."

_______. "Land vs Money," poem, with holograph correction, p. 38, col. 1.

_______. "Laughing Hath Charms," poem, the Colorado Workman, p. 21, col. 2.

_______. "Leo Cunningham Vincent," poem, p. 18, col. 3.

_______. Letter to the editor, the American Nonconformist, "A Kansas Farm," review of McCormick, A Kansas Farm, p. 34, col. 3.

________. Letter to the editor, undated, American Nonconformist, p. 15, col. 2. Makes donation to "Dynamite Fund."

_______. Letter to the editor, Nov. 3, 1887, written under the pseudonym, Labor, p. 11, col. 3.

_______. Letter to the editor, Dec. 18, 1888, the Commoner, p. 14, col. 2..

_______. Letter to the editor, Dec. 11, 1892, the Populist, p. 33, col. 3.

_______. "Life's Battles," poem, p. 18, col. 3.

_______. "Little Grover Cleveland," song to be sung to the tune of "Little Annie Rooney," the Kansas Commoner, p. 35, col. 3.

_______. "Little Things like That," song, the Commoner, p. 37, col. 3.

_______. "The Man Up a Tree," poem, p. 36, col. 1.

_______. "Marching with Coxey," song to be sung to the tune of "Marching Through Georgia," p. 36, col. 1/2.

_______. "The Marseillaise of Labor," song to be sung to "La Marseillaise," American Nonconformist, p. 31, col. 3; p. 34, col. 2. Collected in The People's Songster, pp. 12-13.

_______. "McKinley, Where's Your Votes?" song to be sung to the tune of "Mister, Where's Your Mule," p. 42, col. 2.

_______. "The Modern Raven," poem, p. 13, col. 1.

_______. "Mollie and the Babies," song, p. 41, col. 1.

_______. "The Mortgage Curse," poem, the Commoner, p. 21, col. 2.

_______. "The Mortgage Mill," poem, with drawing of White, American Nonconformist, p. 29, col. 3.

_______. "Musings," poem, American Nonconformist, p. 31, col. 3.

_______. "My Jewel," poem, p. 18, col. 3.

_______. "My Platform: Land, Money and Transportation," poem, p. 47, cols. 1-2. Collected in The People's Songster, pp. [3]-4.

_______. "The New Declaimer," poem, Jan. 30, 1892, with biographical sketch and drawing, p. 32, col. 1.

_______. "The New Road," poem, p. 7, col. 2.

_______. "Ninety, and Nine," poem, Kansas Workman, p. 22, col. 2, with holograph corrections. Collected in The People's Songster, p. 20.

_______. "Nobody Knows but Father," poem, p. 14, col. 3.

_______. "Oklahoma," poem, p. 13, col. 1.

_______. "The Old Gang," song, the Commoner, p. 38, col. 1.

_______. "The Old Parties Rallies," song to be sung to the tune of "The Vacant Chair," p. 32, col. 2.

_______. "The Old Party Collar," song to be sung to the tune of "The Old Oaken Bucket," the Colorado Workman, p. 26, col. 3, with holograph corrections. Collected in The People's Songster, pp. 26-27.

_______. "The Old Party Is Dead," poem, American Nonconformist, Nov. 18, 1890, p. 23, col. 2/3; p. 33, col. 3, a variant reading.

_______. "The Omaha Platform," song to be sung to the tune of "Marching Through Georgia," p. 40, col. 2.

_______. "Organization," essay, p. 19, col. 2.

_______. "Our Battle Cry," poem, with drawing and biographical sketch of White, the Kansas Commoner, p. 31, col. 1.

_______. "Our Business Men," poem, p. 34 cols. 1-2.

_______. "Our Jerry," song to be sung to the tune of "Coronation," the Commoner, p. 34, col. 3.

_______. "Out in Kansas," poem, p. 38, col. 2.

_______. "The Outlook for the Poor," poem, the Commoner, p. 37, col. 3.

_______. "Over-Production," article written under the pseudonym, Labor, p. 9, col. 1.

_______. "Overproduction," poem, p. 7, col. 3; revised version to be sung to the tune, "See Where the Rising Sun," p. 42, col. 2.

_______. "Paddy's Free Trade," poem, p. 10, col. 1.

_______. "The People's Choice," poem, the Commoner, p. 12, col. 1.

_______. "The People's Jubilee," song to be sung to the tune of "Kingdom Coming," p. 18, col. 1; p. 20, col. 2.

_______. "The People's Ticket," song to be sung to the tune of "Golden Slippers," p. 31, col. 2, with holograph annotation. Collected in The People's Songster, pp. 34-35.

_______. "Politics," poem, the Commoner, p. 29, col. 1, with holograph correction.

_______. "The Poor Man," poem, with holograph corrections, p. 35, col. 1.

_______. "The Poor Old Tramp," song to be sung to the tune of "The Poor Old Slave," the Commoner, p. 28, col. 2. Collected in The People's Songster, p. 19.

_______. "The Powers That Be," poem, the Commoner, p. 22, col. 1, with holograph corrections.

_______. "Pull for the Polls," song to be sung to the tune of "Pull for the Shore," p. 41, col. 2.

_______. "Queries," poem, Kansas Workman, p. 22, col. 3.

_______. "The Referendum," poem, Grand Lake, Louisiana, p 43, col. 2.

_______. "'Reps' 9th Judicial Convention: Up in the Burrton Hall," song to be sung to the tune of "Over the Garden Wall," with reproduction of photograph of White, p. 30, col. 3.

_______. "The Republican Convention," song to be sung to the tune of "Over the Garden Wall," p. 40, col. 2/3.

_______. "The Rights of the Toiler," poem, the Ottawa Journal, p. 36, col. 3.

_______. "The Rusty Saber," song to be sung to the tune of "The Golden Stairs," p. 29, col. 1; p. 42, col. 1, with variant punctuation. "The above song was rendered by the children at the celebration of the Nation's birthday in our city [Halstead, Kan.] on July 4th, 1891."

_______. "Signs of the Season," poem in four parts: "Spring," "Summer," "Fall," Winter," p. 18, col. 1.

_______. "Sound the Jubilee," poem, p. 42, col. 1.

_______. "The Spirit of Freedom: Dedicated to Mrs. M. E. Lease, an earnest and devoted worker in the Battle of Freedom," poem, American Nonconformist, p. 19, col. 3; reprinted by the Kansas Commoner, p. 45, col. 1; reprinted by the Albany, N. Y., Independent Citizen, p. 45, col. 2; reprinted by the Colorado Workman, p. 45, col. 3.

_______. "Stand Up for the Old Platform Boys," song to be sung to the tune of "Stand Up for Uncle Sam, My Boys," written for the delegates of the Populist National Convention, St. Louis, p. 40, col. 1.

_______. "Starvation," poem, the Commoner, p. 38, col. 3.

_______. "Strike for Freedom," poem, p. 35, col. 2.

_______. "Tariff a Farce," letter to the editor of the Halstead Tribune, p. 30, col. 2.

_______. "That's Where They Make a Mistake," poem, the Commoner, p. 22, col. 2, with holograph corrections.

_______. "There Is No Death," poem, Twentieth Century, Sept. 8, 1891, p. 33, col. 2. Note: A manuscript copy of this poem is laid in the scrapbook between pp. 32 and 33.

_______. "The Three Giants," poem, p. 7, col. 1.

_______. "Time," poem, p. 12, col. 3, with two holograph revisions.

_______. "The Tramp," essay, the Commoner, p. 13, col. 3.

_______. "A Tramp's Soliloquy," poem, the Commoner, p. 28, col. 3.

_______. "Trickery versus Honest Labor," poem, the American Nonconformist, p. 25, cols. 1-2, with holograph correction.

_______. "The Two Cargoes," poem, American Nonconformist, p. 14, col. 3.

_______. "Two Little Sunbeams," poem, p. 39, col. 3.

_______. "The Two Voters," poem, p. 39, col. 1; p. 40, col. 1; song to be sung to the tune of "The Twin Ballots," p. 48, col. 2.

_______. "Unite the Forces," poem, p. 11, col. 1.

_______. Untitled article on poverty, p. 7, col. 3.

_______. "Up in the Congress Hall," song to be sung to the tune of "Over the Garden Wall," American Nonconformist, p. 22, col. 1/3; broadside, p. 24, col. 2. Collected in The People's Songster, pp. 32-33.

_______. "Venezuela," poem, p. 39, col. 2.

_______. "Visions," poem, p. 35, col. 3.

_______. "Vote it Straight," poem, the Commoner, p. 37, col. 2.

_______. "We Will Paddle Our Own Canoe," song to be sung to the tune of "Paddle Your Own Canoe," p. 40, col. 3.

_______. "Weary the Waiting," poem, p. 36, col. 3.

_______. "Weaver Versus Benny," poem, p. 33, col. 1.

_______. "Weeks Too Long," letter to Henry and Leo Vincent, editors of the Non- Conformist, Winfield, Kan., p. 14, col. 2.

_______. "Welcome Workman," letter to E. Moore, ed., Colorado Workman, p. 19, col. 3.

_______. "What Shall We Do To Be Saved?," the Commoner, p. 9, col. 3.

_______. "When Ingalls Comes Marching Home," song to be sung to the tune of "When Johnny Comes Marching Home," p. 23, col. 2.

_______. "The White House Seat," poem, the Commoner, p. 12, col. 1. Collected in The People's Songster, p. 12.

_______. "Why Poverty Reigns," song to be sung to the tune of "Home, Sweet Home," American Nonconformist, p. 26, col. 1. Collected in The People's Songster, p. 21.

_______. "Why We Go to the Poor House," poem, p. 11, col. 1; p. 15, col. 3, with variant punctuation.

_______. "Work, Work, Work, the Livelong Day," song to be sung to the tune of "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, the Boys Are Marching," p. 21, col. 1. Collected in The People's Songster, p. 26.

_______. "The Worst of All Crimes," poem, the Colorado Workman, p. 17, col. 1.

_______. "You Will Hear Something Drop," poem, American Nonconformist, p. 22, col. 3.

[White, Courtland Snow.] Portrait (photograph from unidentified magazine), p. 6.

[_______.] One titled and eight untitled articles about White, p. 5, col. 2 (two articles); p. 45, cols. 1-2; "Credit to Whom Credit Is Due," p. 45, col. 3; p. 50, cols. 1-2, the Colorado Workman.

White, Edith P. Letter to C. S. White, p. 49, col. 1. Typeset by daughter.

White, Lynn A. Letter to C. S. White, p. 49, col. 1. Typeset by son.

[Willits, John F.] Portrait engraved by Benedict & Co., Chicago, p. 51, col. 1.

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