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2
Ibid.
3
Ernest S. Wooster, "They Shared Equally," Sunset, July 1924, p. 23.
4
_"Bread and Hyacinths," Sunset, August 1924, p. 21.
5
Mellie M. Calvert, The Llano Del Rio Co-operative Colony, Unpublished, Hun- tington Library manuscript
6
Job Harriman, "Llano-Community of Ideals," Western Comrade IV, March 1917, p. 9
7
Ernest S. Wooster, Communities Past and Present, Newllano, La., 1924.
8
_, "They Shared Equality," Sunset, July 1924, p. 81.
9
_, "Bread and Hyacinths," Sunset, August 1924, p. 23.
10
Ibid., p. 59.
11
Western Comrade, June 1916, p. 11.
12
Ernest S. Wooster, Communities Past and Present, "Llano Co-operative Col- ony," p. 127.
13
G. P. McCorkle, "Wayside Memories of a Tennessee Rebel," Unpublished Huntington Library manuscript (autobiographical memoir by a former Secretary- Treasurer of the colony in California), undated.
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Robert Carlton Brown, Can We Co-operate?, Pleasant Plains, New York: Rov- ing Eye Press, 1940. pp. 132-133.
15
Paul K. Conkin, Two Paths to Utopia, Lincoln, Nebraska: The University of Nebraska Press, 1964. p. 137.
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