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S358a    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1883. Wallace's first letter. Western Daily Press (Bristol) 17 March 1883: 3.   Text
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S414    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1889. Presidential address. Report of the Land Nationalisation Society 1888-9: 15-23.   Text
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NHM-WP05.001.001    Printed:    1889.06.00   "Report of the Land Nationalisation Society 1888-9", printed pamphlet with some passages marked, annotated in A. R. Wallace's hand beneath date "June 1889", 30 pages plus text inside front and back covers; annotations on cover include in A. R. Wallace's hand "Mr Mills book" and in WGW's? hand "pp 18-19." These pages refer to Herbert V Mills 1889 "Poverty and the State".
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S486a    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1893. The problem of the unemployed. Daily Chronicle No. 9921 (26 December): 7.   Text   Image
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NHM-WP07.075.[01]    Correspondence:   Wallace Alfred Russel  1895.03.05--1895   A. R. Wallace's views on causes of poverty, papers comprising: 1. Letter to the Editor by A. R. Wallace dated 25 Feb headed "Alleged increase in poverty", press cutting from "The Daily Chronicle" 5 Mar 1895.
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S510a    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1895. The alleged increase of poverty. Daily Chronicle No. 10293 (5 March 1895): 3.   Text
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NHM-WP07.075.[02]    Printed:    1895.03.05--1895   A. R. Wallace's views on causes of poverty, papers comprising: 2. Editorial on A. R. Wallace's views on poverty, referring to his letter in the same paper and to parliamentary committee scheme by Keir Hardie; press cutting, undated and untitled but in context almost certainly from the "Daily Chronicle" 5 Mar 1895; a review on the back is of an illustrated Shakespeare by Walter Crane, published 1894.
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S655.1    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1908. The remedy for unemployment, I. Socialist Review 1: 310-320.   Text   Image
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S655.2    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1908. The remedy for unemployment, II. Socialist Review 1: 390-400.   Text
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NHM-WP07.102.005    Correspondence:   Macdonald James Ramsay, Wallace Alfred Russel  1909.01.25   Letter from J Ramsay Macdonald to A. R. Wallace, from the office of "The Socialist Review", The Independent Labour party, Fleet Street London 25 Jan 1909; re A. R. Wallace's lecture at the Royal Institution; would he consider publishing it in "The Socialist Review"; pressure of work has prevented Ramsay from writing anything on A. R. Wallace's two valuable papers on the unemployed published last year, but he has been drawing attention to them in his speeches; Unemployed Workmen's Bill. Place: London England Notes: Enclosed in envelope annotated in ink in A. R. Wallace's? WGW's? hand on one side "The Remedy for Unemployment | Criticisms &c." and on the other "The Remedy for Unemployment, WP7/102/7, when listed.TS with corrections by hand, signed. SEE Smith S655. The Remedy for Unemployment [in large part an account of Poverty and the State by Herbert V. Mills, 1889]. I. Socialist Review 1: 310-320 (June 1908) / II. Socialist Review 1: 390-400 (July 1908). --revised version printed as pamphlet (Pass On Pamphlets, No. 8: The Clarion Press, London, Jan. 1909; pp. 1-(24)).
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S752    Periodical contribution:     Wallace, A. R. 1913. The spectre of poverty. Daily News & Leader (London & Manchester) No. 20850 (6 January): 1.   Text   Image
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NHM-WP02.002.005    Printed:    1913.01.06   Press cutting headed "The Spectre of Poverty | Dr. Russel Wallace and his Remedy" from the "Daily News & Leader" 6 Jan 1913; interview with no by-line with A. R. Wallace, including portrait photo by Haines.
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NHM-WP01.008.126    Correspondence:   Waters Alfred Hall  1913.01.06   Letter from Alfred Hall Waters, from Greenwich, London, 6 Jan 1913 to A. R. Wallace re the article "Levelling Up" in the "Daily News"; salaries of officials; poverty; alcoholism; lower death rates in Letchworth Garden City. Place: Broadstone Dorset London England
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NHM-WP01.008.100    Correspondence:   Reeves E B, Allen George  1913.01.06   Postcard from Edward? B Reeves, from Norwich, 6 Jan 1913 to A. R. Wallace saying that the interview with A. R. Wallace published in the D.N.& L. ("The Spectre of Poverty", 6 Jan 1913) has inspired him with hope. The postcard shows a printed anti-war text titled "Moral Force Superior to Dreadnoughts | Revolution by Ridicule" by Geo Allen and E B Reeves. Place: Broadstone Dorset Norwich Norfolk England
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NHM-WP01.008.047    Correspondence:   Farrow E Pickworth-  1913.01.07   Letter from E Pickworth Farrow, Spalding, 7 Jan 1913, re A. R. Wallace's article on poverty in the "Daily Mail" the day before. Place: Spalding Lincolnshire England
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NHM-WP01.008.016    Correspondence:   Berghe W van den  1913.01.08   Letter from W van den Berghe, from London, 8 Jan 1913 to A. R. Wallace, begging for money for a passage to South Africa after reading a biographical article about Wallace in the Westminster Gazette including Wallace's reported opinion on the alleviation of poverty; he has been financially ruined by the Boer War and by the loss of restaurant in Leith, Scotland due to strikes. Place: Broadstone Dorset London England Stamped envelope addressed to A. R. Wallace at Broadstone, annotated in pencil in A. R. Wallace's? hand "Ansd."
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NHM-WP01.008.097    Correspondence:   Radford Christian Shamrock, Nichols ?, Gore? Crofton,  1913.01.08   Letter written on the back of 12 sheets of a Sharpness railway timetable, from Christian Shamrock Radford from Kingsdown, Bristol, 8 Jan 1913 to A. R. Wallace congratulating him on reaching his ninetieth birthday; referring to the interview with A. R. Wallace ("The Spectre of Poverty", 6 Jan 1913) published in the "Daily News & Leader" and reminding A. R. Wallace that they had met forty years earlier at a meeting in London with Dr Nichols and others; the writer's life and wages in fifty years spent as a gentleman's servant, bringing up a family without debt, his current pension of five shillings a week; abstinence from alcohol and tobacco; proposal to walk to Poole to visit A. R. Wallace, giving details of other long walks he has done about the country lecturing on teetotalism and selling his booklet "A View from the Servant's Hall", chopping wood, picking oakum etc. to pay his way; asking if A. R. Wallace would pay him to travel the country selling his (A. R. Wallace's) book ("Social Environment and Moral Progress"? March 1913) and preaching "Personal Self Home Rule", Mr Crofton Gore of Bristol will give him a reference; a poem "Courage, Brother" setting out his personal rule of life; his pamphlet "Great Britons [sic] Wolf in Sheeps Clothing" which he proposes to sell with A. R. Wallace's book; his great-grandfather's estate in Galway and Dublin; father's death from drink and mother's long life supported by her son; most poverty traceable to drink; apologies for the quality of his writing paper. Stamped envelope addressed to A. R. Wallace at Broadstone, Dorset with "Pool" deleted below "Broadstone", postmarked on the front Bristol 9 Jan 1913 and on the back Wimborne? 10 Jan 1913; made from a letter from "The Showman" Lloyd's Weekly News, London 31 Dec 1912, to Symmer (sic) Radford thanking him for his interesting letter and returning the card sent. An anonymous printed rhyming couplet on Christianity, titled "Creeds" has been pasted on the back. Place: Broadstone Dorset England
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NHM-WP01.008.063    Correspondence:   Hindle Milton?  1913.01.10   Letter from Milton? Hindle, Blackburn, 10 Jan 1913, to A. R. Wallace re the interview with him published in the "Daily News" and his views on poverty. Place: Blackburn Lancashire England
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NHM-WP01.008.131    Correspondence:   Williamson G Bell  1913.01.10   Letter from G Bell Williamson, from Brighton, Sussex, 10 Jan 1913 to A. R. Wallace welcoming news of A. R. Wallace's forthcoming book on wages and poverty but doubting that it will do anything to change the nature of capitalists; evils of Capitalism, global capitalist control of food, fuel, transport communication and the press; advocating armed revolution. Stamped envelope addressed to A. R. Wallace at Wimborne, postmarked on the front Brighton 9 Jan 1913 and on the back Wimborne 11 Jan 1913 Place: Brighton East Sussex Broadstone Dorset England
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