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NYGenerator.pdf

“Union Square Designated a National Historic Landmark,” New York Generator, September 1998, vol. 38:9, p. 12-13,
NYT320430.pdf

“May Day Parades to be Held Today,” New York Times, 30 Apr 1932, p. 18.


NYT320802.pdf

“Reds Pack Union Sq. in Orderly Meeting,” New York Times, 2 Aug 1932, pg. 2.


NYT330502.pdf

“May Day Is Quiet Throughout World; 50,000 Parade Here,” New York Times, 2 May 1933, p. 1, 3. 


NYT340502.pdf

“100,000 Rally Here, With No Disorder,” New York Times, 2 May 1934, p. 1, 3.


NYT340701.pdf

“Policeman Felled In Union Sq. Melee,” New York Times, 1 Jul 1934, p. 23.


NYT341102.pdf

“Union Sq. Statue to be Dedicated,” New York Times, 2 Nov 1934, p. 26.


NYT350502.pdf

“Mayday Peaceful Here as Thousands March in Gay Mood,” New York Times, 2 May 1935, p. 1, 3.


NYT350714.pdf

“Marchers Demand Increase in Relief,” New York Times, 14 Jul 1935, p. N1, 3.


NYT370501.pdf

“Thousands to Mark May 1 Here Today,” New York Times 1 May 1937, p. 3.


NYT500804.pdf

“Those Communist 'Martyrs',” New York Times 4 Aug 1950, p. 20.


NYT530429.pdf

Peter Kihss “Police Deny Permit To May Day Parade,” New York Times, 29 Apr 1953, p. 1, 11.


NYT530502.pdf

“Only 5,000 Show Up For May Day Rally;” New York Times, 2 May 1953, p. 3.


NYT530621.pdf

Michael James, “Indians Join City in Birthday Fete,” New York Times, 21 June 1953, p. 16


NYT540404.pdf

“Union Sq. Banned To Leftists May 1,” New York Times, 4 Apr 1954, p. 38.


NYT540416.pdf

“Left-Wingers Get Union Sq. for 90 Minutes On May Day, Civic Group Has It for 8 Hours,” New York Times, 16 April 1954, p. 13.


NYT550417.pdf

“Leftists' May Day Set For April 29,” New York Times, 17 Apr 1955, p. 51.


NYT580501.pdf

“14th St. Group Asks For Loyalty Parade,” New York Times 1 May 1958, p. 33.


NYT581012.pdf

Isidore Wisotsky, “Echoes of the Union Square That Was,” New York Times, 12 October 1958, p. SM15.


NYT581109.pdf

James Peck , “Free Speech,” New York Times, 9 Nov 1958, p. SM4.


NYT590502.pdf

“Anti-Red Rally in Union Square Is Salute to Alaska and Hawaii,” New York Times, 2 May 1959, p. 2.


NYT600320.pdf

Peter Flint, “96 Leftists Plan a May Day Rally,” New York Times, 20 Mar 1960, p. 50.


NYT610303.pdf

“May Day Fete Slated,” New York Times, 3 Mar 1961, p. 19.


NYT610421.pdf

Gay Talese, “Union Square 100 Years Later: Issue is Castro, Not Secession,” New York Times, 21 April 1961, p. 35.


NYT620502.pdf

Bernard Stengren, “Reds and Foes Mark Their Day in Union Square,” New York Times 2 May 1962, p. 2.


NYT661112.pdf

Douglas Robinson, “Parades and Ceremonies Honor the Nation’s Past and Present Fighting Men,” New York Times, 12 November 1966, p. 7.


NYT710502.pdf

Paul L. Montgomery, “May Day Marchers Enlist Few Here,” New York Times, 2 May 1971, p. 69.


NYT760820.pdf

“Green Market At Union Square,” New York Times, 20 August 1976, p. 46.


NYT780511.pdf

Pamela G. Hollie, “Neighborhood Acts to Revitalize Union Sq.,” New York Times, 11 May 1978, sec. B, p. 3.


NYT790308.pdf

“Union Sq. Plan: A Fresh Image For a Soapbox,” New York Times, 8 March 1979, sec. B p. 1, 10.


NYT790829.pdf

Lawrence Van Gelder, “New Yorkers, etc.; Labor Day and the Man Who Began It All,” New York Times, 29 Aug 1979, sec. C p. 16.


NYT820328.pdf

“14th St. Upgrading Dealt Blow by Luchow’s Move,” New York Times, Sunday, 28 March 1982, sec. 1 p. 57.


Deirdre Carmody, “Union Square Park To Undergo Overhaul,” New York Times, Monday, 29 November 1982, sec. B, p. 1.
NYT840420.pdf

Deidre Carmody, “New Day is Celebrated for Union Square Park,” New York Times, Friday, 20 April 1984, sec. B, p. 3.


NYT840816.pdf

“Speaking Up for Union Square,” New York Times, Thursday, 16 August 1984, sec. A, p. 22.


NYT850111.pdf

Jesus Rangel, “Estimate Board Approves Plan for Union Square,” New York Times, Friday, 11 January 1985, sec. B, p. 3.


NYT860725.pdf

Richard F. Shepard, “Union Square to Flatiron: A Renaissance in the Making,” New York Times, Friday, 25 July 1986, sec. C, p. 1.


NYT960830.pdf

Steven Greenhouse, “New York, Cradle of Labor History; New York City, Cradle of American Labor History.” New York Times, 30 Aug 1996, sec. C, p. 1, 26.


NYT980904.pdf

David Firestone, “A Life’s Work: Honoring Those Who Labored,” New York Times, 4 September 1998, sec. B p. 2.


NYT980912.pdf

Douglas Martin, “A Growth Spurt for Union Square Park,” New York Times, 12 September 1998, sec. D p. 7-8.


NYT990214.pdf

Bernard Stamler, “Full Circle at Union Square,” New York Times, 14 February 1999, sec. CY, p. 4.


NYT990214b.pdf

“How the Square Fared,” New York Times, 14 Feb 1999, sec. CY, p. 4.


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Kenneth C. Crowe, “Landmark for Labor’s Parade,” Newsday, Monday, 7 September 1998, sec. A, p. 17.


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