THE MID ISLAND MAIL

published 1935-1941

 


 - The "Friends of New Germany" Establish Nazi Camp in Yaphank - July 31, 1935
 - Colorful Ceremonies Mark Close of Camp - Sept. 25, 1935
 - 5,000 Members of German American Club at Yaphank Festival Sunday - July 22, 1936
 - Judge Neuss Suggests Solution for Traffic Problem in Yaphank - August 12, 1936
 -"German Day" at Camp Siegfried This Sunday - August 26, 1936
 - A German Throng Has Picnic Day  At Yaphank Camp- Sept. 2, 1936
 - Nazi Names Mark A Realty Project In Yaphank Tract- Jan. 20, 1937
- Judge Neuss Registers Complaint Against Nazi Crowds at Yaphank- June 23, 1937
- Town Board Says Ask U.S. Attorney About Nazi Camp- June 30, 1937
- Large Nazi Outing But All Peaceful- July 7, 1937
- German Youth's Clubhouse Opened- July 14, 1937
- Sale of Camp Siegfried in Yaphank to Negro Inhabitants Threatened- July 28, 1937
- Swastika- marked Knife is seized- August 4, 1937
- 30,000 at Camp Siegfried Sunday- Sept. 1, 1937
- Brooklyn Group To Have Quarters At Camp Siegfried- Sept. 29, 1937
- Few Nazis Register at Yaphank But Many Expected- October 13, 1937
- 12 Names Rejected From German Camp, Three Registered Saturday- Oct. 20, 1937
- Planning Board Rules Against Too Small Lots, Camp Siegfried- Nov. 1, 1937
- German Government Forbids Membership in American Bunds- March 2, 1938
- Hearing Adjourned on Five Members Of German-American Settlement League- May 11, 1938
- The United Veterans Against Nazi Groups- May 11, 1938
- Camp Siegfried Group Held for The Grand Jury- Wed. May 18, 1938
- Letter to the Editor- May 18, 1938
- Big Rally Held at Camp Siegfried- May 25, 1938
- Says Siegfried Camp Members are citizens - June 1, 1938
- Noted N.Y. Atty., To Defend Nazis- June 8, 1938
- Camp Siegfrieders Celebrate Fourth, Praise America- July 6, 1938
- Camp Siegfrieder Men Seek New Trial- July 20, 1938
- Sheriff Seizes Siegfried Property- July 27, 1938
- Camp Siegfried Defendants Win Stay of Execution Pending Appeal- Aug. 3, 1938
- Arrest Follows Siegfried Row- August 17, 1938
- Steuben Society Calls For An End Of Bund As Un-American Group- Oct.12, 1938
- Camp Siegfried Convictions Reversed- Nov. 9, 1938
-A New Wine-Beer License Refused Camp Siegfried?- Dec.7, 1938
- Siegfried Case Will Be Carried To Highest Court- Feb. 22, 1939
- U.S. Agents Find Bund Is Strong For Hitler Ideas- April 12, 1939
- Bund Opens Camp For The Summer Berating Enemies- May 24, 1939
- Liquor License Camp Siegfried Denied by State- August 9, 1939
- Siegfried Camp Rezoning Sought- August 23, 1939
- Siegfried Zoning Change is Denied- October 4, 1939
- Kuhn Described as Bund Dictator- Nov. 15, 1939
- Jury to Receive Kuhn Case Today- Nov. 29th 1939
- Kuhn Sentence 21/2 to 5 Years- Dec. 6, 1939

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