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The Way We Were

 


May 29, 1919 Saturday night a cabin was searched by officers. The search was made by Ensign J.J. Hughes, Deputy U.S. Marshall H. J. Wallace and Ernest P. Walker of the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries.

Probably the most damaging find made by the officers was a single sheet of manuscript containing several verses of doggerel under the title, “The Bolsheviks Are Coming.”

In the cabin were also found two bundles of pamphlets, which are supposed to have been in possession for the purpose of distribution. The pamphlets in the other bundle were entitled “The Soviets at Work,” being a discussion o...



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