Collection of papers, 1909-1940.

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Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940. Collection of papers, 1909-1940.

Collection of papers, 1909-1940.

Comprise correspondence; circular letters, particularly concerning Mother earth and Mother earth publishing association; essays, inncluding Martin Gudell's Emma Goldman conversa con el compañero Gregorio Jover..., and Goldman's essays on Voltairine De Cleyre and Herschel Feibel Grynspan, a Jew in Hitler's Germany; published articles; reviews of her autobiography Living my life; newspaper clippings; programs; and ana. Also include memorials by Harry Kelly, Curtis Reese, Rudolf Rocker, Augustin Souchy, and Harry Weinberger. Chiefly concern lecture tours, activities in support of anarchists and revolutionaries, particularly in Russia, England, and Spain, her response to reviews of Living my life, the last illness and death of Alexander Berkman, and mutual friends and acquaintances.

In part, transcripts (typewritten) and photocopies of originals in unknown locations; letters from Agnes Inglis are photocopies of originals in: International Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis (Amsterdam, The Netherlands).

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