Letters, 1922-1940, to Mark Mrachnyĭ.


Letters, 1922-1940, to Mark Mrachnyĭ.

Some letters are addressed also to Mrachnyĭ's wife, Johanna Clevans, and several to Samuel Freedman with whom Mrachnyĭ was associated as editor of the Freie Arbeiter Stimme; also includes open letters for publication in the F.A.S. concerning the campaign to save Arthur Bortolotti from deportation, and a statement of funds collected for Spanish refugees.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7364370

University of Michigan

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