Correspondence, with Agnes Inglis, 1915-1939.

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Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940. Correspondence, with Agnes Inglis, 1915-1939.

Correspondence, with Agnes Inglis, 1915-1939.

The letters extend from the period when A. Inglis arranged Goldman's lectures in the Detroit area, through the publication of Goldman's "Living my life," many having been used in its writing. Enclosed with a number of the letters are copies of letters to or from other correspondents.

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