A pamphlet written by Elizabeth Lawson. The front cover of the pamphlet is black print on yellowed paper. Text at the top reads: [The Jobless Negro / by Elizabeth Lawson / Price 1¢]. Below the text is a black and white photograph of a man with his fist in the air. The pamphlet consists of sixteen pages of text, including the back cover. The back cover also contains publication information and a stamp for the Workers Book Shop.
A pamphlet featuring the 1936 candidates for the Communist Party. The cover has black print on yellowed paper. At center, there are two black and white photographs - one of Earl Browder, the other of James W. Ford. The interior consists of fifteen pages of text of speeches delivered by Browder and Ford. The back cover has an advertisement for Workers Library Publishers.
A pamphlet printed on white paper in black ink with the words “They Shall Not Die! / Stop the Legal Lynching! / The Story of Scottsboro in Pictures” printed at the top. The image at center of the cover depicts a black man and a white man chopping down a tree labeled LYNCHING. The date, publisher and illustrator’s name are listed in the bottom left corner of the pamphlet.
A pamphlet titled: [The Road To Negro Liberation]. The cover features red print on discolored paper. The title stretches throughout the center. Additional text reads: [Harry Haywood / 10¢ / Report to the Eighth Convention of the Communist Party of the U.S.A.]. There is also a hammer and sickle in the upper right edge. The interior contains sixty-three pages of text. The back cover features an advertisement for the Negro Liberator.