Individualist Anarchist , Free Money, Etc., Primary Sources Online
Thomas Mendenhall. National money, or a simple system of finance: which will fully answer the demands of trade, equalize the value of money, and keep the government out of the hands of stock-jobbers (1816). Wilbur's commentary here.
Two translations of Proudhon's The State, one by William Greene and one by Benjamin Tucker. Comments here.
Proudhon. The Malthusians. (1848).
Edward Kellogg. Remarks Upon Usury and its Effects: A National Bank a Remedy (1841).
Kellogg. A New Monetary System.
Alexander Campbell (a follower of Kellogg). The True American System of Finance (1864). Commentary here.
William Greene. Mutual Banking (1870 edition) Commentary here.
A debate between Benjamin Tucker and Francis Abbot in the 1873 volume of The Index, on the ethics of usury. Commentary here.
A debate between Tucker and Stephen Pearl Andrews in the 1876 volume of The Index, on the importance of Proudhon's What is Property? Commentary here.
J.K. Ingalls. Work and Wealth (1878).
Ingalls. Economic Equities (1887).
Herman Kuehn. The Problem of Worry (1901), based on Greene's mutual banking work. Commentary here.