How Whites Smoke Opium in Chinatown

San Francisco Call/August 4, 1895

Huntington and Schwerin Employ Washington Lobbyists to Protect the Dishonest Chinese Passenger Traffic of the Pacific Mail

San Francisco Call/April 29, 1899

Italian Laborers--Experience on Louisiana Plantations

Pacific Commercial Advertiser/August 22, 1899

​Grave But Uncorroborated Accusations Are Made Against Chief Sullivan and Captain Wittman

San Francisco Call/February 10, 1901

Strong Speeches to the Delegates--Sentiments Favoring Protections to American Workers are Wildly Cheered

San Francisco Call/November 23, 1901

Memorial of the Exclusion Convention Addressed

to President and Congress

San Francisco Call/November 23, 1901

Reporting: Immigrants.

Some of the Peculiarities, Both Picturesque and Otherwise,

Of Our Italian Fellow Citizens

New York Tribune/July 12, 1903

The South to Get Them

The Irish Standard/May 5, 1906

What are Our Immigrants Worth in Dollars and Cents?

San Francisco Call/August 25, 1907

Honolulu's Highways and Byways--Among the Opium Dens of Chinatown

Pacific Commercial Advertiser/March 16, 1908

Is the Famous Italian "Black Hand" Organization a Myth?

Los Angeles Herald/January 17, 1909

Detective Petrosino Black Hand Victim--

Murdered in Sicily While on Secret Mission

New York Tribune/March 14, 1909

Chinese Slayer Eludes Officers

Los Angeles Herald/June 22, 1909