Hellraisers Journal: The Lynching of Frank Little by Cesare of Evening Post and Bingo of Solidarity

Don’t worry, fellow-worker,
all we’re going to need from now on is guts.
-Frank Little

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Hellraisers Journal, Sunday August 12, 1917
Cartoonists Depict the Lynching of Fellow Worker Frank Little

From the American Socialist of August 11, 1917:

Frank Little, MT Law n Order, Cesare, Am Sc, Aug 11, 1917

From Solidarity of August 11, 1917:

Frank Little, Lynched by Bingo Chaplin, Solidarity, Aug 11, 1917

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SOURCES & IMAGES

American Socialist
(Chicago, Illinois)
-Aug 11, 1917
Frank Little, MT Law n Order, Cesare, Am Sc, Aug 11, 1917
https://www.marxists.org/history/usa/pubs/american-socialist/v4n05-aug-11-1917-TAS.pdf

Solidarity
(Chicago, Illinois)
-Aug 11, 1917
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solidarity_(U.S._newspaper)

Frank Little, Lynched by Bingo Chaplin, Solidarity, Aug 11, 1917
http://spartacus-educational.com/USAlittleF.htm

See also:

Oscar Cesare
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Cesare

For Ralph Chaplin as Bingo:
Rebel Voices
-ed by Joyce L. Kornbluh
PM Press, Sep 1, 2011
(search: chaplin bingo)
(for cartoon search with: 312)
https://books.google.com/books?id=n2ATBwAAQBAJ

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FAREWELL, FRANK!
(Air: “Barcarolle” from the “Tales of Hoffman”)
By Gerald J. Lively
https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Songs_of_the_Workers_(15th_edition)/Farewell,_Frank!

You’ve fought your fight, a long good night
Is all that we can say.
Sleep on, sleep on, your work is done
Brave fighter for the Day.
Kind Mother Earth who gave you birth
Receives you to her breast.
For us the Fight, for you the night,
The night of well earned rest,
No more you’ll feel the cling of steel,
You’ve burst the prison bars,
You gave your life in this our strife,
Brave conqueror of stars.
Sleep on, sleep on, your work is done,
Sleep on, sleep on, sleep on.