Warren Van Valkenburgh papers, 1912-1937.


Warren Van Valkenburgh papers, 1912-1937.

Documents his activites in the Socialist Party in Schenectady, N.Y.; as secretary for the Sociology Club; as editor of "Road to Freedom" and "Spanish Revolution;" and as supporter of anarchist causes, including the Sacco-Vanzetti Case and the Spanish Civil War. Also a collection of articles by Van Valkenburgh and others, as well as correspondence with many radical leaders. Correspondence with Emma Goldman concerns her lecture tours, politics, his writing for "Mother Earth," and her trial, imprisonment, and deportation in 1919. Also included are transcripts of debates, leaflets, and newspaper clippings.

10 linear in. (ca. 780 items)


SNAC Resource ID: 7973763

University of Michigan

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