Emma Goldman papers, 1903-1940, bulk (1919-1940).

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Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940. Emma Goldman papers, 1903-1940, bulk (1919-1940).

Emma Goldman papers, 1903-1940, bulk (1919-1940).

Collection contains correspondence, typescripts, address books, scrapbook, photographs, clippings, and printed matter.

Originals: 1.2 linear feet (3 boxes)Copies: 2 microfilm reels.

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