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Text:"...^AMERIGANS W. E. WALLING, WIFE AND SISTER-IN-LAW ARE ARRESTED. St. Petersburg Police Take Well Known Settlement Worker Into Custody—Associate of Finns. St. Petersburg.—WilliamEnglishWalling, of Indianapolis..."
Date:Oct 24 1907
Publication:Knox, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"..., a number of cities have made formal application to secure the next convention, among them being Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis, Denver. Seattle, Atlantic City and Pittsburg. St. Petersburg.—WilliamEnglish..."
Date:Oct 26 1907
Publication:Cannelton, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... her jilted ove and broken heart for which she asks damages from the young millionaire Socialist WilliamEnglishWalling now the husband of Anna Strunsky as told to Justice Giegerich and a jury..."
Date:Feb 22 1911
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... several hours' delay in traffic. The injured were removed to the Elko hospital.LANG FOULS LANGFORD In Six-Round Bout at London Negro is Given Decision. New York. Feb, 22.—WilliamEnglishWalling, the young..."
Date:Feb 23 1911
Publication:Hobart, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"....- The report adds: meat con- sumption .per capita has declined, in this country since 184.0 is plainly' in- dicated." Americans Are Released. St Petersbnrg WilliamEnglishWalling of Indianapolis, his wife..."
Date:Oct 25 1907
Publication:Hamburg, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"..., and was born in Russia, She has lived in the United States since child- hood. Her father is a business man in San Francisco. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. William E. English, of this city, uncle of WilliamEnglish..."
Date:Oct 23 1907
Publication:Marshfield, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... Police Take Well Known Settlement Worker Into Custody—Associate of Finns. St. Petersburg.—WilliamEnglishWalling, of Indianapolis, Ind., his wife and his sister-in-law. Miss Rose Strun-sky, were arrested..."
Date:Oct 25 1907
Publication:Ferdinand, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... that the rich soil is so cajvaile St Petersburg Oct 21 WilliamEnglishWalling of Indianapolis Ind his wife and his sisterinlaw Miss Rose Strunsky were arrested in this city Sunday night by a force of gend..."
Date:Oct 22 1907
Publication:Oelwein, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... City, St. Louis, Denver, Seattle. Ailauiic City and Pi'tsburj:. St, Petersburg,—WilliamEnglishWalling, of Indianapolis, Ind., his wife and his sister-in-law. Miss Rose Strun-sky, were arrested..."
Date:Oct 24 1907
Publication:Mentone, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:".... Petersburg, Oct. 21.— WilliamEnglishWalling of Indianapolis, Ind , his wife and hie sisterinlaw, Miss Rose Transky, were arrested In this city Sunday by a force of gendarmes because of their association wdth..."
Date:Oct 22 1907
Publication:Bryan, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Movement. WASHINGTON. Oci. Root cabled Mr. Sehnyler, charge of the American Embassy at St. Petersburg, regarding the care ot WilliamEnglishWalling, the American, today, who was arrested there yesterday..."
Date:Oct 21 1907
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:".... Throughout his WilliamEnglishWalling evinced sympathy for the including women and blacks. He was co-foun- der of the Intercol- legiate Socialist the Women's Trade Union League and the National..."
Date:Feb 16 1991
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... Editor's one in a series. Throughout his WilliamEnglishWalling evinced sympathy for the including women and blacks. He was co-foun- der of the Intercol- legiate Socialist the Women's Trade Union League..."
Date:Feb 16 1991
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... Editor's one in a series. Throughout his WilliamEnglishWalling evinced sympathy for the including women and blacks. He was co-foun- der of the Intercol- legiate Socialist the Women's Trade Union League..."
Date:Feb 16 1991
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... on a journalistic errand connected with the revolutionary propaganda There she met WilliamEnglishWalling a 3oung millionaire from Chicago who was traveling in Europe to study the immigration problem and also..."
Date:June 18 1906
Publication:Emporia, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... of the democrats in the house that they threatened to Continued on Pnge Eleven DID WEWALLING LIE ON THE SENSATIONAL CHARGES MADE IN CONNECTION HIS EVIDENCE NEW YORK March that WilliamEnglishWalling ately..."
Date:Mar 2 1911
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... Editor's one in a series. Throughout his WilliamEnglishWalling evinced sympathy for the including women and blacks. He was co-foun- der of the Intercol- legiate Socialist the Women's Trade Union League..."
Date:Feb 16 1991
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... of the president, tho name of this place today was changed to Uoose-velta. RELEASE AMERICANS. Russians Turn Loose W. E. Walling, His . Wife and Sister-In-Law. 8t. Petersburg. Oct. 21.—WilliamEnglishWalling..."
Date:Oct 25 1907
Publication:Bloomington, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... she asks damages from the young millionaire Socialist, WilliamEnglishWalling, now the husband of Anna Struasky, as told to Justice Glegcrlch and a jury in the supreme court, might fittingly..."
Date:Feb 22 1911
Publication:Iowa City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... Editor's note- one in a series Throughout his WilliamEnglishWalling evinced sympathy for the including women and blacks. He was co-foun- der of the Intercol- legiate Socialist the Women's Trade Union..."
Date:Feb 16 1991
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America