Collection, 1770-1963.

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Feinstone, Sol, 1888-1980,. Collection, 1770-1963.

Collection, 1770-1963.

Correspondence between Feinstone and Roman Rosdolsky; 337-page manuscript relating to Rosdolsky's "Friedrich Engeles und das Problem der geschichtslosen Volker" with a four-page English summary; twenty eight-piece collection of rare items, mostly signed; letters by Edward Bellamy, Eugene V. Debs, Petr Kropotkin; page of notes in French by Karl Marx; and surveyor's report (1770) of Blidworth, England. Other papers associated with the French Revolution.

10 linear in. (2 boxes)

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