H. Martin Williams Scrapbook
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This volume contains clippings from newspapers written by and about H. Martin Williams from various Missouri newspapers. The topics of the clippings include Williams’ writings on the single tax movement as well as poetry and biographical information.
- Williams, H. Martin (Person)
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H. Martin Williams was born on August 7, 1840 in Knox County, Ohio. A school teacher from the age of seventeen, he later became a lawyer and was actively involved in politics. A Democrat, Williams was a supporter of the single tax movement in his home state of Missouri and took part in the first Single Tax conference in New York City in 1890.
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