MIA: History: USA: Publications: Daily Worker 1924
The Daily Worker
The 1924 issues of The Daily Worker listed below are simply listed with the file name and no additionally information. The method of numbering for the files is as follows: [v2] stands for "volume 2"; [n185] represents the actual issue number; [-oct-18-1924] represents the date for that issue and [-TDW] simply stands for "The Daily Worker". These files are all 4MB to 5MB is size. They optimized from full high resolution 40MBs or more. If you would like to have access to these higher resolution files, please write the Riazanov Library Project at martygoodman [at] sbcglobal.net
The first 8 months of these issues of The Daily Worker were scanned and digitized from microfilm. The original paper used was in very poor condition and thus much fo the image of each page for each issue is often unreadabile. The Riazanov Library Project has and will continue to look for original higher quality paper version of The Daily Worker. Until this happens, we present to you these PDFs of the mircofilm.
Editorial and publishing notes for 1924 of : The Editors for this were J. Louis Engdahl, William F. Dunne though Dunne wasn't added until later in the year. The Business Manager was Moritz J. Loeb. Production of the paper, both editorial and printing was done in Chicago, Ill. Also, please note that Volume 2 of The Daily Worker starts with the March 18th issue. This is because the numbering of each issue was a continuation of the The Worker, a weekly that predated the The Daily Worker and which itself was a continuation of The Toiler.
Volume 2, No. 119, August 6, 1924 [no page 4]
Last updated on 8 June 2014