Papers, 1909-1954.


Papers, 1909-1954.

Comprise administrative files of the Labadie Collection which she combined and intermingled with personal correspondence, memoirs, and research notes. Reflect the fact that because her work was her life, her letters seeking information and material for the Collection led to long-lasting personal friendships, many with fellow anarchists, older leaders of the radical movement, labor leaders, editors and writers of radical journals, and their families and friends, contemporary writers and researchers; along with notes and papers on her extensive research on Josiah Warren and John Bray, and miscellaneous articles, essays, diaries, and records.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7357700

University of Michigan

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