Lizzie M. Holmes (1850-1926)

Works by Lizzie M. Holmes:

  • “Resolutions of Respect” Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, January 30, 1884; pg. 6; Issue 42.
  • Lizzie M. Swank, “An Open Letter to the Moral Education Society,” The Radical Review 2 no. 16 (May 31, 1884): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Swank, “Wealth and Poverty,” Nemaha County Republican (Sabetha, Kansas) (August 20, 1885): 7.
  • Lizzie M. Swank, “What Are ‘American Institutions’?,” The Commonweal, 3 no. 79 (July 16, 1887): 231.
  • L. M. S., “A Story of a Giant,” The Alarm, second series, 1 no. 3 (December 3, 1887): 1.
  • L. M. S., “A Word on Martyrs’ Mistakes,” The Alarm, second series, 1 no. 8 (February 11, 1888): 3.
  • Lizzie M. S. Holmes, “The Vital Question,” The Commonweal 5 no. 181 (June 29, 1889): 204.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Vital Question Again,” The Commonweal 5 no. 194 (September 28, 1889): 308-309.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Something in a Name,” The Commonweal 5 no. 207 (December 28, 1889): 412.
  • May Huntley, “Through the Furnace,” The Allentown Critic (Allentown, PA) (March 30, 1890): 6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Crime and Criminals,” The New Ideal 3 no. 2 (November, 1890): 489-497.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Women in the Conflict,” The New Californian 1 no. 1 (June 1891): 27–29.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Nina Van Zandt Spies to Marry an Italian Editor,” Wichita Daily Eagle 15 no. 46 (July 11, 1891): 6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “That World’s Fair Job,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (August 1, 1891): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Woman’s Emancipation,” The New Californian 1 no. 5 (October 1891): 155–156.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Sewing Girl’s Dream,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (November 14, 1891): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Woman in Economics,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (December 7, 1891): 6.
    • —, —, The New Californian 1 no. 8 (January 1892): 245–247.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Starving for Land,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (January 19, 1892): 7.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Our Three Foes,” Union Pacific Employes’ Magazine 7 no. 3 (April, 1892): 79-81.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Slumming Fad,” The Daily Review (Decatur, IL) (May 1, 1892): 7.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Criminal Classes,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (May 10, 1892): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Strike of Today,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (May 23, 1892): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Women and Unions,” The Indiana Progress 23 no. 29 (June 27, 1892): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Law Violated,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (December 9, 1892): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Misery in Chicago,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (March 1, 1893): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Domestic Service,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (April 1, 1893): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Sweat Shop Clothes,” The Olean Democrat (Olean, NY) (May 12, 1893): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Royalty and Rags,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (July 15, 1893): 6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “What is Before Us?,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (August 28, 1893): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “An Epoch in Marble,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (September 22, 1893): 3.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Fin de Siècle Idea,” The Sunday Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (October 15, 1893): 8.
    • —, —, The Northern Advocate (Whangerie, NZ) (December 13, 1893): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “History Repeated,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (December 16, 1893): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Alms and Injustice,” The Lowell Sun (Lowell, MA) (January 20, 1894): 10.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Prophecy Verified,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (February 14, 1894): 7.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Modern Militia,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (March 14, 1894): 3.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Glorious Woman,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (April 7, 1894): 3.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Tragedy of Life,” The Lowell Sun (Lowell, MA) (May 12, 1894): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Sham Unmasked,” The Lincoln Herald (Lincoln, Nebraska) (June 30, 1894): 6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Which is Bravery?,” Weekly Transcript (Little Falls, Minnesota) (July 27, 1894): 3.
    • —, —, The Flaming Sword 8 no. 4 (October, 1894): 60-61. [from the “Cleveland Citizen”]
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Lessons of July,” Weekly Transcript (Little Falls, Minnesota) (August 24, 1894): 5.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Wise Speaker,” The Lincoln Herald (Lincoln, Nebraska) (August 25, 1894): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “New Way to Strike,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (September 25, 1894): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Playing at Reform,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (April 8, 1895): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Dismal Science,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (May 10, 1895): x.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Journeying West,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (June 6, 1895): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Digger Silent,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 5 no. 26 (June 29, 1895): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Spirit of the Day,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (July 30, 1895): 6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Ranchman Fielden,” Owosso Times (Owosso, Michigan) (August 30, 1895): 2.
  • May Huntley (pseudonym of Lizzie M. Holmes), “A Common Story Seldom Told,” Our New Humanity 1, no. 1 (September 1895): 65-68.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Wealth and Want,” The Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (September 6, 1895): 5.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Ladies’ Magazine,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (September 24, 1895): 5.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Other Story,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (October 21, 1895): 3.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Glutting the Cities,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (December 12, 1895): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “World’s Exposition in the Year 2,000,” The Rebel 1, no. 6 (March-April, 1896): 67-68.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A New Workingman,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (March 10, 1896): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Cultured Cruelty,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (June 19, 1896): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Bike Revolution,” Shenango Valley News (Greenville, PA) (July 10, 1896): 6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Proud of our Past,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (July 30, 1896): 5.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Labor in Denver,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (August 24, 1896): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Labor’s Hard Lot,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (December 2, 1896): 5.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Gospel on Wheels,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 8 no. 25 (June 19, 1897): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Coming Revolution,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 8 no. 30 (July 24, 1897): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Practical Turn,” Wilkes-Barre Evening Leader (Wilkes-Barre, PA) (August 20, 1897): 6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “All is Quiet Again,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 8 no. 41 (October 16, 1897): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Organized Society,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL)  8 no. 45 (November 13, 1897): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Common Blight,” Appeal to Reason (December 18, 1897): 3. [poem]
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Is It Noble and Holy?,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 9 no. 2 (January 15, 1898): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “We’ll Go Forward,” The Jeffersonian Gazette (Lawrence, Kansas) (February 3, 1898): 2.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “[…] Forward,” Labor Advocate,(Birmingham, AL) 9 no. 5 (February 5, 1898): 1. [text missing, check against listing above]
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Appreciate the Earth,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 9 no. 8 (February 26, 1898): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Laborers War,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 9 no. 13 (April 2, 1898): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The War Spirit,” Industrial Freedom (Edison, WA) (June 11, 1898): 4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Wrongs Will Be Felt,” Appeal to Reason (June 18, 1898): 2. [poem]
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Step in Advance,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 9 no. 30 (July 30, 1898): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Woman’s Future Position in the World,” The Arena 20, no. 3 (September 1898): 333-343.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Liberty and Justice,” Labor Advocate (Birmingham, AL) 10 no. 14 (April 8, 1899): 1.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Mrs. Stetson’s Book,” The Denver Evening Post ?? no. ?? (December 18, 1899): 3.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Thou Shalt Not Kill,” The International Wood-Worker 11 no. 1 (January, 1901) 10-11.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Honest Toiler,” The International Wood-Worker 11 no. 6 (June, 1901) 61-62.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Only an Industrial Outcast,The American Federationist 8, no. 8 (August 1901): 295–298.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Two Types of Wasted Lives,” The American Federationist 8, no. 10 (October 1901): 407–408.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Economy That Proved Disastrous,” The American Federationist 8, no. 11 (November 1901): 471–472.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Curse of Civilization,” The Commonwealth 3 no. 2 (November 1901): 19.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The ‘Dignity of Labor’,” The Tailor 12, no. 4 (November 1901): 6–8.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Her Life for Labor,” The American Federationist 8, no. 12 (December 1901): 521–524.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Not by Bread Alone,” The American Federationist 9, no. 1 (January 1902): 11–14.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Cost of Success,” The Tailor 12, no. 5 (January 1902): 7–9.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The First Woman’s Strike in the West,” The Tailor 12, no. 6 (February 1902): 6–8.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Judge Newcombe’s Retribution,” The American Federationist. February, 1902, Vol. IX, page 65.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Short and Simple Annals of the Poor,” Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen’s Magazine 32 no. 2 (February, 1902) 217-221.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Rural Romance,The Tailor 12 no. 8 (March 1902): 4–6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “To Poverty,” Free Society 9 no. 13 (March 30, 1902): 5.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Story of a Faithful Worker,” The Tailor 12, no. 9 (April 1902): 13–15.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Path One Treads,” The American Federationist May, 1902, Vol. IX, page 224.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Hard Working Philander Peppers,The Tailor 12 no. 10 (May 1902): 7–9.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Gift from His Employes,” The Tailor 12 no. 11 (June 1902): 4–6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Little Slaves,” Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen’s Magazine 32, 6 (June 1902). 796-800.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The ‘Slummers’,The Tailor 12 no. 12 (July 1902): 16–18.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Type,The Tailor 13 no. 1 (August 1902): 9–12.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Unknown Toilers,” The Tailor 13, no. 2 (September 1902): 8–10.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Tyranny of Strikers,” The Tailor 13 no. 3 (October 1902): 5–7.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “God’s Law or Man’s,” The Tailor 13, no. 4 (November, 1902): 5–7.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The New Slavery,” Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen’s Magazine 33 no. 5 (November, 1902): 653-656.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Fear of Want Leads to the Greed of Gold,” The Tailor 13 no. 5 (December, 1902) 11-13.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Scab,” The Tailor 13 no. 6 (January, 1903) 6-7.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Her Birthday Gift,” The American Federationist 10 no 3 (March, 1903): 165-167.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Courage of the Poor,” The Tailor 13 no. 8 (March, 1903) 11-13.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Out to Service,” The Tailor 13 no. 9 (April, 1903) 6-8.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Picture from Every Day Life in the City,” The Tailor 13 no. 10 (May, 1903) 2-3.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Ye Cannot Serve God and Mammon,” The Tailor 13 no. 12 (July, 1903) 4-6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The ‘Average’ Man,” The International Wood-Worker 13 no. 1 (July, 1903) 7-9.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Average Working Man” [aka “The ‘Average’ Man”], The Tailor 14 no. 2 (September, 1903) 7-9.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “An Incident of a Strike,” The Tailor 14 no. 3 (October, 1903): 7-9.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Story of a Dollar,” The Tailor 14 no. 4 (November, 1903): 5-6.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Children of the Farms,” The Tailor 14 no. 5 (December, 1903): 9-11.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Ladies’ Self-Improvement Club at Leighton,” The International Wood-Worker 14 no. 1 (January, 1903): 20-22.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Labor of the Children,” The International Wood-Worker 14 no. 2 (February, 1903): 56-58.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Slumming—A Story,” The International Wood-Worker 14 no. 3 (March, 1903): 104-106.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “In the Land of the Free,” The International Wood-Worker 14 no. 4 (April, 1903): 150-152.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Our Tyrants,” The International Wood-Worker 14 no. 7 (July, 1903): 321-323.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Choice of Despotisms,” The International Wood-Worker 14 no. 9 (September, 1903): 420-422.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The True Incentive,” The International Wood-Worker 14 no. 10 (October, 1903): 448-450.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Labor Creates All Wealth,” The International Wood-Worker 14 no. 11 (November, 1903): 468-470.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The New Commandment,” The International Wood-Worker 14 no. 12 (December, 1903): 510-512.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men,” The Tailor 14 no. 8 (March, 1904) 6-8.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Evolution of an Agitator,” The Tailor 14 no. 11 (June, 1904) 6-8.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Only a Tramp,” The Tailor 15 no. 9 (April, 1905) 17-19.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes,  “A Woman’s Club,The International Wood-Worker 15 no. 1 (January 1905): 12–14.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Problem of the Enormously Wealthy,The International Wood-Worker 15 no. 3 (March 1905): 65–68.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Story of a Far Away Land,” The International Wood-Worker 15 no. 4 (April 1905): 98–101.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Superfluous,” The International Wood-Worker 15 no. 5 (May 1905): 129–132.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Evil Results Mean Evil Causes,” The International Wood-Worker 15 no. 6 (June 1905): 168–170.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Romance of the Poor,” The International Wood-Worker 15 no. 7 (July 1905): 200–202.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Work of the Wealthy,” The International Wood-Worker 15 no. 8 (August 1905): 235–238.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Women Workers of Chicago,” The American Federationist 12 no. 8 (August 1905): 507–510.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Farmer’s Wife.” The International Wood-Worker 15 no. 9 (September 1905): 265–268.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Scab,” The International Wood-Worker 15 no. 10 (October 1905): 289–292.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Old and Poor,” The Tailor 16 no. 4 (November, 1905) 11-13.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, The Evils of Liberty, I – To-morrow, December 1905
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, The Evils of Liberty, II – To-morrow, January 1906
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Our Boarders Talk,” The Tailor 16 no. 6 (January, 1906) 15-17.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Worst of Crimes,” The International Wood-Worker 16 no. 1 (January 1906): 1–4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The True Teachings,” The International Wood-Worker 16 no. 2 (February 1906): 32–35.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Wealth and Its Sources,” The Tailor 16 no. 7 (February, 1906) 10-12.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Trade Unionism the Only Hope,” The American Federationist 13 no. 3 (March 1906): 152–153.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Man Who Succeeded,” The International Wood-Worker 16 no. 4 (April 1906): 97–100.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Fault of the Unions,” The Tailor 16 no. 10 (May, 1906) 2-4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Philip Mayne’s Philanthropy,” The International Wood-Worker 16 no. 6 (June 1906): 171–173.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Plain Story of Plain Folks,The International Wood-Worker 16 no. 7–8 (July-August 1906): 195–198.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Ideals,” The International Wood-Worker 16 no. 10 (October 1906): 273–275.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “A Match-Making Daughter,” Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen’s Magazine 41 no. 4 (October, 1906) 541-544.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Cry of the Children,” The Tailor 17 no. 4 (November, 1906) 5-7.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Christmas Spirit,” The International Wood-Worker 16 no. 12 (December 1906): 240–242.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Culture of the Heart,” The Tailor 17 no. 6 (January, 1907) 16-18.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Ideals,” The Blacksmiths Journal 3 no. 2 (February 1907): 1-3.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Slavery of Civilization,” The International Wood-Worker 17 no. 3 (March 1907): 1-3.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The Despoiling of the Children,” The Tailor 17 no. 10 (May, 1907) 9-10.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The World’s Beautiful Failures,” Mother Earth 2 no. 4 (June 1907): 184-189.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “An Object Lesson.” The Blacksmiths Journal 8 no. 6 (June 1907): 1–4.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Women and the Strike,” The Blacksmiths Journal 8 no. 6 (August 1907): 3–5.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Society Notes from the People’s Quarters,” The Blacksmiths Journal 8 no. 9 (September 1907): 29–31.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Our Sacrifices to the Modern Gods,” Locomotive Firemen’s and Enginemen’s Magazine 45 no. 2 (August, 1908): 243-247.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Love’s Dream and Life’s Reality,” The Tailor 23 no. 9 (April, 1912) 8-9.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “The History of a Silver Dollar,” The Tailor 23 no. 3 (October, 1912) 3-5.
  • Lizzie M. Holmes, “Twenty-Five Years After,” Mother Earth 7 no. 9 (November 1912): 300-305.
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