Appeal to the Comintern; on the last Comintern address and the expulsion and removals now taking place in the Party. Statement by the delegation chosen by the Sixth National Convention of the Communist Party of the United States of America to present the views of the Party Convention to the Executive Committee of the Communist International. Submitted by Benj. Gitlow, Jay Lovestone, William Miller, Tom Myerscough, Edward Welsh, Wm. J. White, Bertram D. Wolfe. On May 14, 1929, the delegation to the Comintern, elected by the Sixth National Convention of the Communist Party of the United States of America, submitted the following declaration to the presidium of the Executive Committee of the Communist International
[New York?]: 1929. 4p. large brochure, 16.75x21.875 inches, creased, first panel browned, closed tear along the full horizontal length of one fold, a few short closed tears along other folds, small damp stain, paper still flexible. In a word this split document is splitting and will need the application of archival tape.
The split document of Jay Lovestone and his group, issued July 10th, 1929, precedes the founding of their group.