Emma Goldman Papers Bulk, 1929-1940 1908-1970, (Bulk 1929-1940)

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Emma Goldman Papers, Bulk, 1929-1940, 1908-1970, (Bulk 1929-1940)

Emma Goldman Papers Bulk, 1929-1940 1908-1970, (Bulk 1929-1940)

Emma Goldman was an anarchist, feminist, writer, publisher of Mother Earth, companion of Alexander Berkman, author of , , and , and was deported from the U.S. in 1919. The collection contains correspondence, speeches, published and unpublished writings, and a typescript of an unpublished biography, Emma Goldman Speaks, by Jeanne Levey. Anarchism and Other Essays Living My Life My Disillusionment in Russia

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