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CPUSA membership

The discussion of CPUSA membership after the Pact reminds me that it would be a nice project for someone to bring together documents or citations to documents that provide reliable numbers of CPUSA membership by year. 

We have all sorts of estimates from the origins of the party to the 60s and 70s, but my impression is that for many years these are just estimates, educated and sometimes no-so-educated guesses based on limited or no ducumentation. 

May 6, 2019 - Harry Wardman’s Washington

Lecture: Harry Wardman’s Washington

 

Sally Berk, former director, DC Preservation League

Sally Berk will share her expertise on early twentieth-century residential developer Harry Wardman. In addition to institutionalizing the front-porch row house, Wardman developed and constructed every residential building type in Washington, D.C., significantly influencing the look and feel of our city's residential neighborhoods.

May 6, 2019 - Harry Wardman’s Washington

Lecture: Harry Wardman’s Washington

 

Sally Berk, former director, DC Preservation League

Sally Berk will share her expertise on early twentieth-century residential developer Harry Wardman. In addition to institutionalizing the front-porch row house, Wardman developed and constructed every residential building type in Washington, D.C., significantly influencing the look and feel of our city's residential neighborhoods.

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