Summary: Reports on the planting and variety of produce on the farm at Newburgh, NY, and the repair of two serviceable cars. Describes the plans for turning the barn into a dormitory for mothers and children who are on retreat. In the city, an unexpected death of a neighbor and bouts of measles and chickenpox among the children. (The Catholic Worker, June 1948, 1, 2, 7. DDLW #263).
Summary: Heralds the opening of a co-operative apartment for ten homeless women and pleads with readers for donations of beds, blankets and sheets. (The Catholic Worker, Dec 1933, 1, 5. DDLW #276).
Summary: Accounts of various strikes around the country, the difficulties of labor organizing, and violence against strikers. (The Catholic Worker, Nov 1933, 1, 6. DDLW #275).
Summary: Miscellaneous musings about child labor, study clubs, mimeographed newspapers issued by altar boys. (The Catholic Worker, Oct 1933, 7. DDLW #274).
New York Call Sunday, November 12, 1916, page 2