Peter W. Collins Collection
Scope and Contents
This collection contains material pertaining to Peter W. Collins, antisocialist lecturer and writer. The collection mostly holds pamphlets and speeches written by Collins to warn Catholic workers of the dangers of socialism and anti-Catholicism. In addition, there are four notebooks with what is believed to be notes by Collins, newspaper clippings, and a letter to Rev. Eugene Burke. The materials date from 1919 to 1933.
- Collins, Peter W. (Person)
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Peter W. Collins was well known early Catholic unionist who promoted anthisocialism to the Catholic working-class. He was a profilic lecturer and writer in the early to mid 20th centuy. Many of his lectures was sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. Additionally, he was a member of the international Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and served as the organization's secretary for eight years.
.23 Cubic Feet (1 document box)
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