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DOROTHY DAY PAPERS

PUBLICATIONS BY DOROTHY DAY (EXCLUDING BOOKS), 1916-1976


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Writings for Socialist Publications, 1916-1918
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Articles for the New Orleans Item, 1924
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What Price Love? (syndicated novel), June-July 1926.
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"Having a Baby," New Masses 4 (June 1928): 5-6.
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"The Brother and the Rooster," Commonweal 10 (18 September 1929): 501-503.
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"Guadalupe," Commonweal 11 (26 February 1930): 477-478.
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"A Letter from Mexico City," Commonweal 11 (16 April 1930): 683-684.
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"Spring Festival in Mexico," Commonweal 12 (16 July 1930): 267-297.
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"A Good Landlord (An Interview with Our Janitress)," New Masses 6 (October 1930); Reprinted in Writing Red: An Anthology of American Women Writers, 1930-1940 (1987), pp. 279-281.
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"Bed," Commonweal 14 (27 May 1931): 100-101.
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"Now We Are Home Again," Commonweal 14 (19 August 1931): 382-383.

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"Notes from Florida," Commonweal 16 (22 June 1932): 212-213.
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"East Twelfth Street," Commonweal 17 (30 November 1932): 128-129.
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"A Human Document," Sign 12 (November 1932): 223-224; Reprinted in Sign 51 (June 1971): 13-14.
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"Hunger Marchers in Washington," America 48 (24 December 1932): 277-279.
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"Real Revolutionists," Commonweal 17 (11 January 1933): 293-294; letter to the editor, February 22, 1933, p. 467.
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"Confession of Faith," America 48 (January 14, 1933): 354-355.
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"Communism and the Intellectuals," America 48 (28 January 1933): 401-402.
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"For the Truly Poor," Commonweal 17 (15 March 1933): 544-545.
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"The Diabolic Plot," America 49 (29 April 1933): 82-83.
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"Novena," Brooklyn Tablet, 13 May 1933, p. 7 and 20 May 1933, p. 11.

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"St. John of the Cross," Commonweal 18 (14 July 1933): 287-288.
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"The Catholic Worker," Rosary 83 (November 1933): 11, 30.
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"Letter to the Editor, Interracial Review 7 (February 1934): 27.
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"A Letter," Corpus Christi Reporter 22 (April 1934): 3-4; letter to the editor.
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"Start of ‘Catholic Worker’ Described by Its Founder," Queen's Work 26 (April 1934): 3, 11.
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"An Ex-Communist Describes Communistic Propaganda," Queen’s Work 26 (May 1934): 3, 10.
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"Letter to an Agnostic," America 51 (4 August 1934): 390-391.
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"Another Letter to an Agnostic," America 51 (1 September 1934): 491-492.
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"I Believe that Thou art Present," Sentinel of the Blessed Sacrament, October 1934, pp. 515-518.

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Letter to the Editor, Interracial Review 7 (October 1934): 132.
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"Campion Club Matches Leaflet Propaganda of the Communist," Queen’s Work 27 (November 1934): 1, 8.
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Letter to the Editor, Interracial Review 8 (February 1935): 33.
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"Dorothy Day Writes a Letter," Preservation of the Faith, May 1935, pp. 12-13.
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"Around the Clock with Dorothy Day," Queen’s Work 28 (October 1935): 5, 13.
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"Communism," Preservation of the Faith, December 1935, pp. 12-13.
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"Sharecroppers," America 54 (7 March 1936): 516-517.
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The Mystical Body of Christ, Leaflet, hand set and printed by Thomas Barry at East Orange, NJ, August, 1936.
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An Answer to Some Charges against the Catholic Worker, Pamphlet, 8 pp.; reprint of a letter which appeared in the Brooklyn Tablet, October 5, 1935, 1937.
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"Valiant Is the Word," Interracial Review 11 (March 1938): 44-45.

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"Houses of Hospitality," Commonweal 27 (15 April 1938): 683-684.
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"The House on Mott Street," Commonweal 28 (6 May 1938): 37-39; Excerpted in Commonweal 99 (16 November 1973): 163-164 (50th Anniversary Issue).
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Christian Solidarity, Leaflet, hand set and printed by the Catholic Worker Press of Philadelphia, ca. 1938. See: The Mystical Body of Christ (same text with different title).
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Folly of Force, Catholic Worker Press Leaflet (series 1, No. 4), ca. 1938.
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"Fellow Worker in Christ," Orate Fratres 13 (22 January 1939): 139-141.
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"From Union Square to Rome," Catholic Digest 3 (January 1939): 45-57. Condensed from the book.
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"The First ‘House of Hospitality,’ Dorothy Day Tells of Six Years Work," Glasgow Observer and Scottish Catholic Herald, 16 July 1939, p. 14; Reprinted from The Catholic Worker, May 1939.
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"Tale of Two Capitals," Catholic Digest 3 (September 1939): 1-5 (condensation); Also in Commonweal 30 (14 July 1939): 288-290.
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"House of Hospitality," Catholic Digest 4 (January 1940): 33-38; condensed from book.
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"Pensacola Fisherman," Preservation of the Faith 13 (February 1940): 8-9; Reprinted from The Catholic Worker.

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"King, Ramsay, and Connor," Commonweal 31 (19 April 1940): 551-552.
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"It Was a Good Dinner," Commonweal (23 August 1940): 364-365.
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"The Apostolate of Letter Writing," Preservation of the Faith 14 (April 1941): 17-19.
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Fight Conscription! Leaflet issued by the Catholic Worker, 1942.
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"About Mary," Commonweal 39 (5 November 1943): 62-63.
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"Tobacco Road," Commonweal 39 (26 November 1943): 140-141.
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"The Catholic Worker," Integrity 1 (November 1946): 16-21.
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"Peter and Women," Commonweal 45 (6 December 1946): 188-191.
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"The ‘Catholic Worker’ Stand on Strikes," A Look At Labor, pp. 80-81; St. Paul: Excursion Books, 1946; reprinted from The Catholic Worker, July 1936; also in pamphlet printed by Thomas Barry, East Orange, NJ. , 1936. Day, Dorothy, "The Scandal of the Works of Mercy," Commonweal 51 (4 November 1947): 99-102.
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A Letter to Our Readers at the Beginning of Our Fifteenth Year. Pamphlet, 13 pp.; reprinted form the May, 1947 issue of The Catholic Worker.

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"A People’s Movement," Third Hour 2 (1947): 84-90.
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"Things Worth Fighting For? [Letter]," Commonweal 48 (21 May 1948): 136-137.
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"I Write of a Maiden," Our Lady’s Digest, September 1948, pp. 155-159. Condensed as "Dorothy Day, a Stranger, and Our Lady," Catholic Digest, May-June 1981, pp. 73-76.
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"Peter Maurin, Agitator," Blackfriars 30 (September 1949): 409-415.
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"New Revolt in the NMU," New Republic 122 (9 January 1950): 15-16.
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"Traveling by Bus," Commonweal 51 (10 March 1950): 577-579.
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"Reply to the editorial "Blood, Sweat and Tears," Commonweal 53 (29 December 1950): 300-301.
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"Idea of an Agronomic University," Third Hour 5 (1951): 55-59.
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"The Story of Steve Hergenhan," Commonweal 55 (11 January 1952): 352-355; excerpt from the Long Loneliness.
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"No One but God," Information 66 (March 1952): 32-35; excerpt from The Long Loneliness.

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"A Catholic Speaks His Mind," Commonweal 55 (4 April 1952): 640-641.
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"My Love Found Home," Catholic Digest 16 (April 1952): 97-109; condensed from The Long Loneliness.
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"People, Paper, and Work," Grail (April 1952): 1-7; condensed from The Long Loneliness.
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"The Story of a Book," Worship 27 (April 1953): 260-261; letter to the editor.
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"Problems of the Pacifist: Notes for a Talk on Peace," Life of the Spirit 8 (December 1953): 245-252
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"Soup, Bread, and Smiles," Grail 35 (December 1953): 36-41.
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Meditation on the Death of the Rosenbergs, Leaflet published by the American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia, PA, 1953.
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"I Remember Peter Maurin," Jubilee 1 (March 1954): 34-39. Also in pamphlet published by American Friends Service Committee, 1954.
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"The Catholic Worker Movement," Plough 2 (Spring 1954): 12-15.
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"The Prayer of Jesus," Third Hour 6, 1954: 13-18.

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"Conscience and Civil Defense," New Republic 133 (22 August 1955): 6.
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"Our Friend St. Joseph," Oratory, April 1956, pp. 22-24.
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"Abbe Pierre: Priest of the Immediate," Commonweal 65 (28 December 28): 331-333.
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"Prophet without Honor [Ammon Hennacy]," Third Hour 6 (1956): 10-17.
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"Saint Joseph the Wonder-Worker," Jubilee 4 (March 1957): 37-39.
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"Thoughts after Prison," Liberation 11 (September and October 1957): 5-7 (September) and 17-19 (October).
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"We Plead Guilty," Commonweal 67 (27 December 1957): 330-333.
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"From Dorothy Day [letter]," Commonweal 68 (13 June 1958): 282-283.
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"Eviction," Jubilee 6 (November 1958): 28-35.
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"Pilgrimage to Mexico: The Shrine at Guadalupe," Commonweal 69 (26 December 1958): 336-338.

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"Abbé Pierre and the Poor," Commonweal 71 (30 October 1959): 146-148.
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"All Kinds of Good Works," New York Times Book Review, October 9, 1960; review of the book Jane Addams: A Centennial Reader.
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"In Memory of Ed Willock," Commonweal 73 (24 February 1961): 549-551.
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"Southern Pilgrimage: Time of Trial," Commonweal 74 (31 March 1961): 10-12.
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"Observations of a Traveler," Worship 35 (May 1961): 385-387.
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"Poverty and Destitution," Dissent 8 (Summer 1961): 233-240.
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"Crusader in Exile: A Visit with Robert Williams," Liberation (December 1962): 20-22.
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"Peace Farm in New York City," Sign 43 (August 1963): 22-25+ (incomplete); excerpt from Loaves and Fishes.
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"Managed News," Critic 22 (August-September 1963): 53-54.
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"Fear in Our Time," Peace through Reconciliation: Proceedings of the Pax Conference Held at Spoke House, October, 1963. Addresses separately paginated; see also "Summary of the Conference," pp. 6-10.

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"Pope John XXIII: The Papacy and World Peace," American Dialog 1 (July-August 1964): 8-10.
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"Dorothy Day Writes about Francis Cardinal McIntyre, and the Duties of the Lay Catholic," Jubilee 12 (September 1964): 38-40.
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"Some Random Thoughts on Poverty," Marriage 46 (October 1964): 20-25.
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"Remembrance of Things Past," Critic 24 (February-March 1965): 74-75; review of A Little Learning by Evelyn Waugh.
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"A Catholic Looks at the Wars," American Dialog 2 (May-June 1965): 3-5.
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"Remembering St. Francis," St. Anthony Messenger (October 1965): 38.
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Day, Dorothy, Contribution to forum on lawyers Res Ipsa Loquitur 18 (Fall 1965): 7-8 (Quarterly of Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC).
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"Reflections during Advent," Ave Maria 104, in four parts: 26 November and 3, 10, 17 December 1966.

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"We Know What Poverty Is," Witness 3 (4 December 1966): 3.
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Laymen: Vatican II’s Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity (Chicago: Catholic Action Federations, 1966), 25.
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" ‘A.J.’ [Muste]: Death of a Peacemaker," Commonweal 86 (24 March 1967): 14-16.
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World: Vatican II’s Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World; Part 1: The Church and Man’s Calling (Chicago: Catholic Action Federations, 1967), 55.
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"Dorothy Day on Hope," Commonweal 91 (14 November 1969): 217-218.
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"Adventure in Prayer," Third Hour 9 (1970): 39-45.
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Writings from Prison (Sydney, Australia, 1970). Duplicated extracts from The Catholic Worker and Loaves and Fishes, prepared in connection with her anticipated trip to Australia in 1970.
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"Property Is Theft," new/World Outlook 31 (March 1971): 7-9.
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"Dorothy Day Remembers," Sign 51 (July 1971): 1; letter to the editor.
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"A Reminiscence at 75," Commonweal 98 (10 August 1973): 424-425.
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"What Do the Simple Folk Do?" CSCW (Church Society for College Work) Report 31 (November 1973): 3-6.
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"All in the Same Boat," Newsday (16 March 1975) "Ideas" section, pp. 1, 10-11. Reprinted in condensed version under the title "Helping Each Other in the Great Depression" in Catholic Digest 39 (August 1975): 53-56.
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"Wonderful Adventures," Fellowship 41 (March 1975): 7-9.
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"The Poet and The Pauper," Harvard Advocate 108, Nos. 2 and 3 (1975): 28-29. Special issue on W. H. Auden.
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