DEVERE ALLEN PAPERS (DG 053)
BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS BY DEVERE
All are in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection book collection, unless otherwise noted. See Swarthmore College's electronic catalog for the call number if the item has no series/box designation.
Above All Nations : an Anthology, compiled by George Catlin [and others, including Devere Allen]. New York : Harper, 1949.
Adventurous Americans, edited by Devere Allen, illustrated with etchings by Bernard Sanders. New York : Farrar & Rinehart, 1932.
The Caribbean: Laboratory of World Cooperation. New York: League for Industrial Democracy, 1943. See DG 53, series B-1, box 9, pamphlets by DA.
The Fight for Peace. New York : Macmillan Co., 1930.
Non-Violence Goes Latin. London : Peace News, 1945. See DG 53, series B-1, box 9, pamphlets by DA.
Pacifism in the Modern World, edited by Devere Allen. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1929.
Pacifist Handbook : Questions and Answers Concerning the Pacifist in Wartime. New York : Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1939. (DA contributed to early editions, but his name is not on the final version).
Peace is the Victory, edited by Harrop A. Freeman. New York : Fellowship Publications, 1944. Chapter by Devere Allen: "The Americas -- Chasquis or Mitimaes?"
Some Prudence Island Allens, Together With a Few Connected Families, compiled by Devere Allen. [Wilton? Conn. : s.n., 1946-1947]. Transferred to Friends Historical Library.
A Survey of the Parties, 1924. [New York] : The World Tomorrow, 1924. DG 53, oversize area.
War Resistance as War Prevention. New York: Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1928. See DG 53, series B-1, box 9, pamphlets by DA.
A War-Time Credo. Oberlin: Oberlin Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1917. See DG 53, series B-1, box 9, pamphlets by DA.
What Europe Thinks About America. Hinsdale, Ill. : H. Regnery Co., 1948. See DG 53, series B-1, box 9, pamphlets by DA.
What Next? London : Friends' Peace Committee, 1940. See DG 53, series B-1, box 9, pamphlets by DA.
Will Socialism End the Evil of War? Girard, Kan. : Haldeman-Julius Co., 1931. See DG 53, series B-1, box 9, pamphlets by DA.
World Voices on the Moscow Trials : a
Compilation from the Labor and Liberal Press of the World, by
Norman Thomas, Devere Allen, John Dewey. New York : Published for the
American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky by Pioneer
Publishers, [1936?]. See DG 53, series C-5, American
Committee for the Defense of Trotsky (1936).
SERIAL PUBLICATIONS WRITTEN OR EDITED BY DEVERE ALLEN
All are in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection periodical collection, unless otherwise noted.
American Socialist Monthly. New York : Socialist Party of the USA, 1936-1937. DG 53, series E, Socialist periodicals.
The Connecticut Comrade. [Hartford, Conn.] : Socialist Party of USA [Connecticut], 1936-[unknown]. DG 53, ser. E, Socialist periodicals
New Commonwealth. Norwalk, Conn. : Socialist Party of Connecticut, 1932-[unknown].
The New Student. New York : New Student, 1922-1929. (DA was "editorial advisor").
No-Frontier News Service. Wilton, Conn. : No-Frontier News Service, 1933-1941. (Continued by Worldover Press). Duplicate set in DG 53, series D-1.
The Rational Patriot. Oberlin, Ohio : 1917-[1918?].
"Rhode Island Lore and Laughter", column in the Providence Sunday Journal, 1955. DG 53, series B-1, box 8.
The Wilton Comrade. Wilton, Conn. : Wilton Socialist Party?, [ca. 1936]. DG 53, series E, Socialist periodicals.
World Events. Wilton, Conn. : Nofrontier News Service, 1933-1939.
World Interpreter. Wilton, Conn. : Worldover Press, 1949-1955. Duplicate set in DG 53, series D-2.
World Tomorrow. New York : The Fellowship Press, 1918-1934. Duplicate set in DG 53, series E.
Worldover Press. Wilton, Conn. : Worldover Press, 1942-1955. (Continued No-Frontier News Service). Duplicate set in DG 53, series D-2, boxes 25-27.
Youth and the War-Makers. [S.l. : s.n.], 1924- Only one issue (Aug. 25, 1924) was found in the papers. DA was an associate editor. See DG 53, series B-1, box 9, magazine articles, 1924.
(Devere Allen also served as an editor of The Nation (New York) in 1931/1932) [no copies in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection]
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