Letters, to W.S. Van Valkenburgh, 1913-1925.

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Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940. Letters, to W.S. Van Valkenburgh, 1913-1925.

Letters, to W.S. Van Valkenburgh, 1913-1925.

Beginning with letters written before their first meeting in 1915, concern her lecture tours, his writing for Mother Earth, and her trial, imprisonment, and deportation in 1919; and recommencing in 1925, concerning her lectures on conditions in Russia and on literary subjects, politics, and typing done for her by him including copying some of her correspondence to send to others.

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