Author:The Vigilantes

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The Vigilantes
The Vigilantes was a twentieth century American publishing syndicate. Their pamphlets and newspapers were distributed with the intention of inspiring patriotism and Allied involvement in World War I.

Works "under the banner" of The Vigilantes[edit]

  • "The War Correspondent" by Faith Baldwin from Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine (November 1917, from Vols. 51-2)[1], p. 291.

From the Baltimore and Ohio Employes Magazine, Vol. 5:

From The Outlook (New York), Vol. 116:

Poetry collections[edit]

Works about[edit]

  • "The Vigilantes" from The Outlook (20 June 1917), p. 286-7.
  • "The Vigilantes" from Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, Vol. X No. IV (July 1917), p. 218-9.

References[edit]

  1. This issue also contains several other works by authors under the banner of The Vigilantes
  2. Baltimore and Ohio Employes Magazine, Vol. 5 No. 2 (June 1917), p. 28-9.
  3. Baltimore and Ohio Employes Magazine, Vol. 5 No. 3 (July 1917), p. 44.
  4. Baltimore and Ohio Employes Magazine, Vol. 5 No. 4 (August 1917), p. 56.
  5. Baltimore and Ohio Employes Magazine, Vol. 5 No. 4 (August 1917), p. 57.
  6. Baltimore and Ohio Employes Magazine, Vol. 5 No. 6 (October 1917), p. 47.
  7. Baltimore and Ohio Employes Magazine, Vol. 5 No. 8 (December 1917), p. 80.
  8. The Outlook, Vol. 116 (1 August 1917), p. 512-4.
  9. The Outlook, Vol. 116 (15 August 1917), p. 579-81.