Alexander Berkman Papers

Diaries. 1910-1911, 1916, [1918?]-1926, 1928-1933. 4 covers
29 June 1910-22 December 1911; 27 April 1916; 30 October-8 November [1918?]; 8 October [1919?]-10 November 1919.
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'Russian diary'. 20 December 1919-22 January 1922.
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22 January 1922-11 September 1926.
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13 January 1928-30 August 1933.
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Appointment diaries. 1922-1923, 1925-1929. 2 folders
1922-1923, 1925.
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1926-1929.
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Letters sent and received. Partly also to Emmy Eckstein. 1906, 1908, 1910-1913, 1916-1936 and n.d. 60 folders and 2 large size covers
Abbot, Leonard D. 1927, 1929-1930, 1932. NB. Letter of 23 March 1930 by Gwyneth K. Roe
Abram, Jacob . 1931.
Abramovič, Raphael Rein . 1934. NB. See also inv. no. 145.
Acharya, M. 1925.
Adam, Ferdinand . 1929.
L'Adunata dei Refrattari (Newark, New Jersey). 1927, 1932- 1933.
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Agence en douane Wintersdorf (Chemins de Fer d'Alsace et Lorraine) . 1926.
[ Aintchen ??], V. 1927.
Albert & Charles Boni Inc. Publishers, New York. 1928-1929, 1932. NB. See also inv. no. 356.
Alfred A. Knopf Inc. Publishers, New York (and London) . [c. 1930], 1932.
Alsberg, Henry G. 1927-1928, 1930-1933 and n.d.
Alsberg, Elsie F. see inv. no. 40, Nellie Harris .
American Play Company Inc., New York . 1927 and n.d.
Anarchist Red Cross, New York . 1924-1925.
Anderson, Margaret and Jane Heap . [1928].
Andrea, Virginia d' see inv. no. 10, Armando Borghi.
Anderson, P.H. 1925.
Antonelli, A.R. 1928.
Appleton & Co., D. Publishers, New York . 1933.
Archie, Laura . 1931.
Associated Press, The, Paris . 1932.
Audra (Riga). 1928.
Auslandsdelegation der russländischen zionistischen sozialistischen Partei, Berlin . 1924.
Axler, Benj . 1927-1930, 1932.

NB. Includes list of names by Alexander Berkman to whom he sent Alsberg's pamphlet 'Alexander Berkman sixtieth birthday celebration' 1930.

NB. See also inv. no. 57, Lillie Sarnoff .

NB. Contains an autobiographical sketch by Alexander Berkman .

NB. Secretary of the Yiddish Anarchist Federation 1927-1930.

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Balabanova, Anželika . 1925-1929, 1931-1936 and n.d.
Baldwin, Roger N. 1925-1927.
Ballantine, Edward J. 1934.
B[allantine], Harry . N.d.
Ballantine, Stella . 1924, 1927, 1929-1936 and n.d.

NB. Letter n.d. to [ G.] Serrati ; letter of 12 March 1929 from The World to Stella Ballantine .

NB. Letter of 5 January 1925 by Emma Goldman ; see also inv. no. 146.

NB. Letter of 11 December 1924 from Paramount Pictures, New York ; letter of 29 October 1930 from M. Eleanor Fitzgerald ; see also inv. no. 17, Coward. McCann Inc. ; inv. no. 50, The Nation and inv. no. 60, Modest Stein .

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Bao-Pu . 1925.
Bauer, Henry . 1930-1932.
Bekker, Morris . 1931.
Bell, T.H. (Tom) . 1929, 1931, 1933.
Berg, W. 1925.
[ Berkman], Boris . 1924, 1926-1927, 1931 and n.d.
Bernard, Emil . 1927-1928, 1931, 1933, 1936.
Birkedal Hartmann & Cie. 1933.
Blackwell, Alice Stone . 1931.
Blaffer, Alva C. see inv. no. 58, Frank and Alice Scully .
Block, Harry . 1931, 1933-1934.
Blossom, Frederick A. 1925-1926.
Borghi, Armando and Virginia d'Andrea . 1929- 1931, 1933.
Bourdet, Edouard . 1926.
Boyesen, Bayard . 1925.

NB. With some clippings; see also inv. no. 17, Covici, Friede Inc.

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Boyle, Kay . 1931-1933.
Bradley, William Aspenwall . 1930-1932.
Brandt & Kirkpatrick. Publishers, New York . 1924.
Braslansky . 1929.
Brentano's. Publishers, New York . 1933.
Brown, Bob . 1931-1932.
Buchdruckerei Maurer & Dimmick, Berlin . 1922, 1925.
Bureau d'information des comités de secours aux anarchistes bulgares . 1930. NB. Receipt.
Burke, Morgan . 1931.
Burnett, Florence Capes . 1931-1932.
Bye, George T. 1933.

NB. See also inv. no. 17, Curtis Brown Ltd.

NB. Partly to/by M. Eleanor Fitzgerald .

NB. See also inv. no. 356.

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Cahn, H. 1928.
Campaux, Suzanne . 1931-1932.
Capes, Ben . 1926-1927. NB. See also inv. no. 51, Max Nettlau .
Caplan, Berta . 1931.
Carbó, Eusebio C. see inv. no. 46, Arthur Muller Lehning .
Carpenter, Edward . 1925.
Carus Verlag, Berlin . 1927.
Ceccos (?), Louis de . 1929.
Cercle International des Intellectuels, Paris . 1931.
Čerkezov, Frida . [c. 1927?], 1934 and n.d.
Černavina, T. N.d. NB. c. 1933.
Charles Scribner's Sons. Publishers, New York . 1932, 1934.
Charnick, Esther . 1925.
Chernoff, A. (Book shop New York) . N.d.
Chicago Tribune, The , Berlin. 1925.
China Times, The , Shanghai. 1925.
Circolo di Cultura Libertario, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1933-1935.
Clair, Charles, Le Commandeur Vicomte . 1931, 1933.
Clairouin, Denyse . 1932.
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Cleyre, Voltairine de . 1906, 1908, 1910-1912.
Cline, Charles . 1927.
Cloak & Suit Taylors Union, New York . 1931.
Cohen, Joseph J. 1924, 1931-1933.

NB. With copies of some letters; see also inv. no. 156.

NB. Editor of the Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York) 1924-1933.

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Cohn, Michael A. 1922-1926.
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Cohn, Michael A. 1927-1930.
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Cohn, Michael A. 1931-1936.
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Coillard, F.M. 1930.
Colton, Jim . 1925.
[ Commins], Saxe . [c. 1912], 1925, 1929-1932.
Commonwealth College, Mena, Arkansas . 1925.
Cornelissen, Christiaan and Lilly . 1930-1931.
Covici, Friede Inc. Publishers, New York . 1931, 1933.
Coward. McCann Inc. Publishers, New York . 1929, 1933.
Crosby, Caresse ( The Black Sun Press, Paris ). 1932- 1933.
[ Crotch, Martha Gordon] ('Auntie') . 1934, 1936.
Curtis Brown Ltd. Publishers, London . 1924, 1927, 1932, 1934.
Czerniak, Morris . 1925, 1927, 1930-1931.
Daniel Company Ltd., C.W. Publishers, London . 1926, 1929.
Day, Hem . 1934.

NB. With a clipping, 1927 and a letter of recommendation to Gabriel Varnier , 6 May 1929.

NB. Letter of 20 November 1931 to Arthur Leonard Ross .

NB. Letter of 20 February 1929 to Stella Ballantine ; see also inv. no. 356.

NB. With some clippings; see also inv. no. 145.

NB. Letter of 20 January 1932 and 25 February 1932 to Kay [Boyle] ; see also inv. no. 46, Isaac Don Levine .

NB. Also spelled Charnick .

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De Falco, Julie . 1932.
De Russi, A. 1928.
Les Dernières Nouvelles (Paris). 1929, 1933.
Desi, Morris . 1927.
Detroit Jewish Chronicle, The . [1925].
Deutsche Liga fuer Menschenrechte , see inv. no. 50, Erich Mühsam .
Deutsche Rundschau . N.d. NB. Address label only.
Douanes, Paris-St. Lazare . 1926.
Doubinsky, Jacques . 1929, 1931, 1933-1934.
Doubleday, Doran and Company. Publishers, New York . 1933.
Doukhobors - Sons of Freedom . 1929-1930, 1932.
Dowling, Allan and Gwen . 1932-1936 and n.d.
Drewes, H. 1929.
Duffield & Green. Publishers, New York . 1933.
[ Duncan?], Isadora . 1925 and n.d.

NB. To M. Eleanor Fitzgerald .

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Echevin . 1918.
[ Eckstein?], Katie . 1929 and n.d.
Éditions Bernard Grasset, Paris . 1931. NB. To Frank Scully .
Edward, W. Titus. Publisher, Paris . 1931.
Ehrlich, George . 1930-1931.
Eichenbaum, V. see inv. no. 63, Volin .
Equitist, The. (Phoenix, Arizona). 1929-1931.
Ernst Rowolt Verlag, Berlin . 1932.
Esquire (Chicago). 1935-1936.
Everard, Elizabeth . 1929.
Fabbri, Luigi . 1929.
Fabijanovic (?), Stephanus . 1930.
Farrar & Rinehart Inc. Publishers, New York . 1933.
Faure, S[ébastien] . 1928-1931.
Fischer, Louis . 1925 and n.d.
Fischer Verlag, S., Berlin . 1927, 1929.
Fisher, Anna . 1935.
Fisher, H.H. 1932-1933.

NB. Letter of 12 August 1931 by his wife.

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Fitzgerald, M. Eleanor . 1919-1922 and n.d.

NB. Letters of 28 February, 4 March and 15 June 1920 also by Emma Goldman ; letter of 3 January 1922 by Carl .

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Fitzgerald, M. Eleanor . 1924-1936.

NB. With letters relating to fundraising for Alexander Berkman to finish his book, 1927; correspondence with publishers on Alexander Berkman 's behalf; see also inv. no. 9, Stella Ballantine ; inv. no. 11, Brandt & Kirkpatrick ; inv. no. 18, The Detroit Jewish Chronicle ; inv. no. 52, Eugene O'Neill .

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Flechine, Senya . 1925, 1928, 1932-1934.
Flores Magón, Ricardo . 1921.
Fortin, Lisa . 1932.
Foster, W.Z. 1913.
Fouchs, A. and Paul . 1930-1931, 1934.
Frederickson, Lenore I (?) . 1932.
Freedman, V.R. 1925-1927.
Freedom (London). 1934.
Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York). 1926-1927, 1930, 1934-1936.
Freie Arbeiter-Union Deutschlands (FAUD) . 1922-1924, 1927, 1933 and n.d.
Friedmann, A. (ps. A. Tobias) . 1934.
Frumkin, A. 1913, 1934.
Frydman, S. 1929.
Gaj (?), S. N.d. NB. c. 1924-1925.
Gasbarro, Alessandro . 1932. NB. To [ Harry] Kelly .
Gay, Jan and Zhenya . 1930-1931.
Gerald Duckworth & Co. Publishers, London . 1928, 1930.
Gerlach, Hedwig von . 1925.
Gershoy, Leo . 1930-1931.
Gibson, Julia F. 1927, 1930, 1935.

NB. To Winnie E. Brandstetter ; typed copies with notes.

NB. Also spells her name Fridman and Friedmann .

NB. See also inv. no. 13, Joseph J. Cohen ; inv. no. 50, M[ark E.] Mra?nyi .

NB. Letter of 10 December 1928 to Alec E. Lavers .

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Goldman, Emma . 1917, 1924-July 1925.

NB. Postcard 22 July 1925 also from others; see also inv. no. 9, Roger N. Baldwin ; inv. no. 62, Universal Pictures Corporation ; inv. no. 64, Harry Weinberger .

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Goldman, Emma . August 1925-1926.

NB. With open letter by Clare Fowler Shone advertising Emma Goldman 's lectures on 'The Russian Drama' 23 September 1925.

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Goldman, Emma . January-May 1927.

NB. With statement Relief Fund 1 April 1927; copy of a letter of 15 March 1927 by Alexander Berkman to Gordon ; letter of 16 February 1926 to Max Nettlau .

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Goldman, Emma . June 1927-1930.

NB. Letter of 10 July 1929 to Emma Goldman by an unknown author.

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Goldman, Emma . 1931-February 1932.

NB. See also inv. no. 59, Mollie Steimer ; inv. no. 61, John Turner .

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Goldman, Emma . March 1932-February 1933.

NB. Letter of 4 March 1932 with outline of radio talk and suggestions for subjects of articles made by Alexander Berkman .

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Goldman, Emma . March-December 1933.
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Goldman, Emma . January-April 1934.
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Goldman, Emma . May-June 1934.
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Goldman, Emma . July-August 1934.
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Goldman, Emma . September-November 1934.
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Goldman, Emma . December 1934-February 1935.
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Goldman, Emma . March-May, August-October 1935.
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Goldman, Emma . November-December 1935.
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Goldman, Emma . January-February 1936.
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Goldman, Emma . March-June 1936 and fragments of letters, n.d.
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Goldman, Joe . 1927-1928.
Goldsmith, M. 1927, 1929, 1931-1932 and n.d.
Gonikman, Jippe (?) . N.d. NB. c. 1925.
Gordon, Austin . 1927.
Gordon, Harry . 1932.
Gorska, Valya (Princess Valya Gagarin ). 1931- 1933.
Grabisch, Agatha M. Bullit . 1927, 1930.
' Graf Zeppelin' Gesellschaft . 1931.
Graham, Marcus . 1929.
Grand Hotel des Écoles Coloniale et d'Architecture, Paris . 1931 and n.d.
Grave, J. 1927 and n.d.
Green, Leon . 1924.
Greenberg: publisher, New York . 1933.

NB. On the backside: letter of 20 January 1927 to Pete Kahn .

NB. Also called Maria Sidorovna .

NB. Partly also addressed to Eddie .

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Grosser, Phillip B. 1926-1932.
Grossman, Rudolf see inv. no. 53, Pierre Ramus .
Groupe des Anarchistes Polonais à Paris . 1924.
Grünwald, Oskar . 1930.
Grupo Anarchista 'Mas Lejos', Barcelona . 1936.
[ Guggenheim], Peggy . 1925 and n.d.
Gustav Kiepenheuer Verlag, Potsdam . 1924-1925.
Hadjieff, Y. 1933-1934.
Haldeman-Julius Company. Publishers, Girard, Kansas . 1924.
Hale, Robert S. 1933.
Hall, Boston . 1929.
Halperin, Lucie . 1936.
Hamish Hamilton Ltd. Publishers, London . 1933.
Handshear, J. 1935-1936.
Hapgood, Hutch . 1931.
Hardy, Jan . 1930.
Harris, Frank . 1925, 1927-1928.
Harris, Nellie . 1930, 1932, 1936.
Harrison Smith and Robert Haas Inc. Publishers, New York . 1932-1933.
Hartmann, Sadakichi . 1927.
Havel, Hippolyte . 1930.
Heap, Jane see inv. no. 8, Margaret Anderson .

NB. With copies of Grosser's correspondence with James B. McNamara ; see also inv. no. 53, James Phillips .

NB. Letter of 24 January 1932 by Elsie F. Alsberg ; see also inv. no. 320.

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Heiner, Frank . 1934-1935 and n.d.
Hennacy, Ammon A. 1927.
Henry Holt and Company. Publishers, New York . 1929.
Hersch, Virginia . 1931, [1934] and n.d.
Hiller, E.T. 1924.
Holtz, J. 1929, 1935-1936.
Hopkins, Prynce . 1926.
Howe, Bertha W. 1932.
Imprimerie 'La Fraternelle', Paris . 1920s.
Inglis, Agnes . 1927-1930.
International Libertarian Committee of Assistance to the Political Prisoners, Westfield, New Jersey. 1930.
Internationale Presse Korrespondenz (Vienna). 1925.
Ishill, Joseph . 1925, 1928, 1932.

NB. See also inv. no. 50, M[ark E.J. Mra?nyj .

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Jaffe, Marcella . 1933.
James B. Pinker & Son, Inc., London . 1930.
James, C.L. 1908.
James, E.H. 1932. NB. To Hertha .
Jarčuk, Efim . 1924.
Jawschitz, Gabriel and Erma . 1927, 1929-1933 and n.d.
Jones, Henry J. 1933-1934 and n.d.
Jong, Albert de . 1927, 1931, 1933-1934. NB. See also inv. no. 91.
Jong, Wim . 1934.
Kahn, Pete . 1926. NB. See also inv. no. 29, Joe Goldman .
Kaminer, Lia . 1925.
Kann, Alexander . 1930.
Kapp, Phillip . 1935-1936.
Keell, Thomas H. 1922-1927, 1934, 1936.
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Kelly, Harry . 1924-1925, 1928-1935.
Kevrik, Max . 1924-1925.
Kimmelman, Bessie . 1931, 1934.
'KNIGA', Buch- und Lehrmittel-Gesellschaft m.b.H., Berlin . 1927.
Kit, Shaw . 1930.
Koike, Eizo . 1928-1929.
Koldofsky, Liza and Semion . 1925, 1932, 1935-1936 and n.d.
Koller, Else . N.d. NB. c. 1924-1925.
Königsberger, Ludwig and Jenny (?) . 1932.
Korenhändler, Johanan . 1929.
Kramer, Louis L. 1932.
Kreymborg, Agnes . N.d. NB. c. 1931.
Krim, A. 1931.
Kropotkin, Petr . 1908.

NB. See also inv. no. 22, Alessandro Gasbarro .

NB. Max Kevrik was an anarchist from Saratov who was living in Warsaw in 1924–1925. He was the brother of Vera Kevrik, an anarchist prisoner and exile in the USSR, and the author of several letters in the Flèchine and Yelensky archives. Max Kevrick's letters to Berkman refer to his sister and also to Max Czerniak or Charnick, the author of a number of letters at the IISH.

NB. Letter of [1932] by Hersz Menes .

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Kropotkin Literary Society of the Workmen' Circle, Los Angeles, California . 1935 and n.d.
Kutna, G. and Paula . 1927, 1931-1933 and n.d.
Kyomeisha & Company, Tokio . 1922-1923.
Labadie, Jo . 1913, 1928-1929 and n.d.
Ladyschnikow, I. Theaterverlag, Berlin . 1927.
Landau, Maurice . 1930, 1935-1936.
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Lang, Harry and Lucy . 1929, 1933-1935 and n.d.

NB. Includes correspondence with publishers on their behalf relating to their manuscript 'What We Saw in Russia'.

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Latin Quarterly, The . 1933. NB. With a clipping.
Laurent, L. 1927-1928, 1931.
Lavers, Alec , see inv. no. 61, John Turner .
Lavers, Tom . 1929-1932, [1936].
Lehning, Arthur Muller . 1931, 1934-1935.
Leist, Charles . 1926.
Leon, M. 1924.
Lessing, Theodor . 1925.
Lerner, Miriam . 1929, 1932 and n.d.
Levey, Jeanne . 1934-1936.
Levey, Maxime see Frank and Alice Scully .
Levickij . 1924. NB. Spells his name Levitsky .
Levickij, Vladimir . 1925.
Levine, Isaac Don . 1924, 1926-1927, 1929, 1931-1932.
Lewin, M. 1925.
Lewin, S. 1927.

NB. Letter of 23 December 1931 by Emmy [Eckstein] .

NB. With some letters to Eusebio C. Carbó , 1934; see also inv. no. 140.

NB. With letters by Fred Rivers to M. Lerner, 1929.

NB. Spells his name Wladimir Lewitzky .

NB. Letter of 9 July 1924 by Curtis Brown and a letter of 12 June 1929 by Isaac McBride ; with a review of his book Stalin , [1931].

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Li Yao Tang (ps. of Li Pei-Kan ). 1927.
Libertarian and Freedom Groups, London . 1934.
Libertarian Group, The, Los Angeles, California . 1927, 1930-1932, 1935.
Libertarian Group of Cleveland, Ohio, The . 1929.
Libertarian Group (of Toronto), The . 1936.
Liberty. A Weekly for Everybody (New York). 1924.
Librair[i]e Garnier Frères, Paris . 1932.
Library of Congress, Washington . 1929.
Lieberman, Semion . 1927-1929.
Liebetrau, Ernst . 1925. NB. To [ Mark E.] Mra?nyj .
Lindbergh, Charles A. 1927.
Linder, Solo . 1929.
Little, Brown & Company. Publishers, Boston . 1933.
Liveright Inc. Publishers, New York . 1933.
Lochner, Louis P. 1924, 1927.
London General Press . 1929.
London, Jack . 1916.
Longbord . 1935.
Lord, Ann . 1934-1935.
Lorwin, Lewis L. 1926, 1928-1929.

NB. Letter of 25 April 1924 from Robert M. McBride & Company .

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Lowenberg, B. N.d.
Lowensohn, Minna . 1912, 1924, 1927-1929, 1931-1932, 1934-1936.
Luchkofsky, Famy . 1925.

NB. Birthday telegram of 24 November 1931, also by others.

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Machno, Nestor . 1924-1925. NB. Large size A3.
Mackay, John Henry . 1924.
Macmillan Company, The. Publishers, New York . 1933.
Mainwaring, William . 1927.
Maisel, Max . 1927, 1929.
Makeer, Rakhil Grigoryevna . 1933.
Maksimov, [Grigorij, P.] . 1931.
Malatesta, Errico . 1927-1929, 1931-1932, 1935.
Maraviglia, Osvaldo . 1928.
Mason, Herman . 1932, 1934.
Matthias, Rita . 1925, 1928.
Max, M. see inv. no. 56, Robert and Eugénie Sandström .
Max Mattisson, Kunst- und Buchdruckerei, Berlin . 1924.
McBride, Isaac see inv. no. 46, Isaac Don Levine .
McCraw, Jimmie . 1932.
McNamara, James B. see inv. no. 40, Phillip B. Grosser .

NB. To M. Klavansky (pseudonym of Mark E. Mra?nyj ).

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Meador Publishing Co., Boston, Mass. 1933.
Mencken, H.L. 1929, 1933.
Menes, Hersz . 1933.
Metzkow, Max . 1931, 1933.
Meyerovitch, Joseph . 1929-1931, 1933-1934.
Michaelis, Karin . 1924-1925, [c. 1927-1928?], [c. 1931?], 1933-1934 and n.d.
[ Milanova], Vera [pseudonym Dorothy Miller ]. 1919, [1921?], 1928, 1931.
Minton, Balch & Co., New York . 1924.
Moore Jr., Harry T. 1932-1933.
Morgan, J. Edward . 1932.
Moskvin, M. 1933.
Mračnyj, Mark [E.] (pseudonym M. Klavansky ). 1933-1936.
Mühsam, Erich . 1924, 1931-1932.
Mühsam, Zenzl . 1934.
Mussier, [A.] . 1927.
Natanson, G. 1927.
Nation, The . (New York). 1925, 1928-1929.
National Union, Boot & Shoe Operatives . 1927.
Neagoe, Peter and Ann . 1930-1931, 1934-1935.

NB. See also inv. no. 43, Liza Koldofsky .

NB. Large size A3; with a biographical clipping.

NB. Also signs Dorothy Cramer ; see also inv. no. 146, Vera Milanova.

NB. Letter of 15 February 1933, also to [J.] Holtz ; editor of the Freie Arbeiter Stimme from 1934; see also inv. no. 47, Ernst Liebetrau ; inv. no. 49, Max Mattisson, Kunst- und Buchdruckerei .

NB. With copy of a letter to the Deutsche Liga fuer Menschenrechte by Erich Mühsam , 1931.

NB. Letter of 15 March 1929 to Stella Ballantine .

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Nettlau, Max . 1912, 1924-1936.

NB. Letters of 31 March and 12 July 1927 to Ben Capes .

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New York Call, The . 1910.
New York Herald , Paris. 1933, 1935.
Nicols, Dudley and Esta . 1927, 1931.
Nikolaevskij, [Boris] . 1934 and n.d. NB. With a list of books.
Nold, Carl (Carolus) . 1911-1912, 1925, 1927.
North American Newspaper Alliance, Berlin and London . 1924, 1928.
Noylander, Carl . 1931-1933.
Office Dactylographique, Paris . 1929.
O'Neill, Eugene . 1926-1927 and n.d.
Open Forum (Los Angeles). 1927.
Opprower, Erich . 1931.
Paramount Pictures see inv. no. 9, Stella Ballantine .

NB. Letter of 16 December 1926 to M. Eleanor Fitzgerald .

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Paschalakiego, Franciszka . 1925.
Peter Davies Ltd. Publishers, London . 1933.
Pfeiffer, Erich . 1929.
Phillips, James . 1933.
Plivier, Theodor . 1930, 1932.
Polak, M. 1933.
Poliakoff, D. 1932.
Polish Embassy . 1925.
Posner, Henriette . 1934-1935.
Postes, Bureau de, Nice, St. Tropez and Marseille . 1935-1936.
Postnikov, S. 1925.
Printzmarc, Jacques . 1929.
Putnam's Sons, G.P. Publishers, New York . 1933.
'rr' . 1927, 1929 and n.d.
Radical Library Branch 273, Workmen's Circle, Philadelphia, Pa. 1936.
Ramus, Pierre (pseudonym Rudolf Grossmann ). 1912, 1919, 1924-1927, 1935.
Ravet, Eugénie . 1932.

NB. With manuscript of an in memoriam of Phillip B. Grosser .

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Recht, Charles . 1927 and n.d.
Reclus, Jacques . 1927.
Reclus, Lilly . 1935 and n.d.
Reimers, Otto . 1929, 1931.
Reitman, Ben L. 1924-1926, 1931-1933.
Rinn, Joseph F. 1928.
Rising Youth (New York). 1929.
Rivers, Fred see inv. no. 46, Miriam Lerner .
Robert M. McBride & Company. Publishers, New York . 1933.
Roberts, George. Publisher, London . 1930.
Robinson, William J. [1918], [c. 1927?], 1930, 1935.

NB. See also inv. no. 47, Louis P. Lochner .

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Rocker, Rudolf and Millie . 1913, 1925, 1927-1936.
Rocker, Rudolf and others . 1927, 1931-1932, 1935.

NB. See also inv. no. 91.

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Roe, Gwyneth K. 1930.
Roebuck, Charles [C.O.?] . [c. 1934]-1935 and n.d.
Roewer Jr. George E. 1912.
Rogat, A. 1925, 1931.
Rohlapp, Walter . 1925.
Rosen, Eugen . 1934.
Ross, Arthur Leonard . 1931-1936.
Rüdiger, Helmut . 1930-1932 and n.d.
Ruschner, Frau . N.d. NB. c. 1924-1925; receipt.
Sacco-Vanzetti Defense Committee . 1927.
Sadoul, Jacques . 1935.
Samen (?), Bruno . 1913.
Sandström, Robert and Eugénie . 1931, 1934-1935.

NB. See also inv. no. 7, Leonard D. Abbott .

NB. Copy of a letter of 6 November 1931 from Simon and Schuster Inc. ; see also inv. no. 17, Covici, Friede Inc. and inv. no. 58, Simon and Schuster .

NB. Copy of a letter of 4 February 1935 to M. Max , potential buyer of 'Mon Esprit'.

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Sanger, Margaret . 1912, 1924-1925 and n.d.
Sann, Paul E. 1934.
Santillán, D[iego] A[bad] de, and Elise Kater . 1935.
Sarnoff, Lillie . 1925.
Sasnovsky, Anna L. 1925.
Scarceriaux, Jules . 1924-1925.
Schapiro, Alexander . 1912-1913, 1925, 1929-1932, 1934-1936.
Schatzki, Walter . 1925.
Schering, Emil and Herbert . 1925.
Schneider, Alexandre . 1929.
Schulkind (?), Adelaide . 1927.
Schwabe, Toni . 1931-1932. NB. See also inv. no. 259.

NB. See also inv. no. 8, Anarchist Red Cross .

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Scott, Evelyn . 1927.
Scully, Frank and Alice . 1931-1935.
Sedgwick, Anne . 1934-1935.
Selandes, Helge A. 1930.
Seldes, George . 1928, 1930.
Serrati, [G.] see inv. no. 9, Anželica Balabanova .
Servire Press Ltd, The. The Hague . 1932.
Shaw, George Bernard . 1931.
Shutz, M. 1933.
Sigman, Tilly . 1931.
Simkin, M. 1935-1936.
Simon and Schuster. Publishers, New York . 1930-1933.
Sinclair, Upton . 1924-1925, 1929. NB. Partly printed circulars.
Slangeland (?), C.E. 1925.
Smith, Joan . N.d.

NB. Copies of letters of 29 June 1931 to Maxime Levey and Talbot J. Taylor ; of 15 October 1931 to Alva C. Blaffner ; of 4 November 1932 to Simon and Schuster and a synopsis; see also inv. no. 19, Édition Bernard Grasset .

NB. Letter of 6 November 1931 to Arthur L. Ross ; see also inv. no. 58, Frank and Alice Scully .

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Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatique, Paris . 1926.
Souchy, Augustin and Thérèse . 1925-1927, 1931-1932, 1934-1935. NB. See also inv. no. 140.
Spanier, Florence . 1934.
Spanish Workers Defense and Publicity Committee, New York . 1934.
Spivak, Jos . 1925, 1927.
[ Srejder?], A. 1925. NB. Spells his name: Chreider .
Starrett, [Walter] see inv. no. 62, W.S. van Valkenburgh .
Steele, J. Winton . 1929.
[ Steffens ]. 1922.
Steimer, Mollie . 1925, 1931-1936.

NB. Copy of a letter of 17 December 1931 to Nonore [Teissier] ; copy of a letter of 29 February 1932 to Peggy [Tucker] ; letter of [1933] to Emma Goldman ; letter of [May 1935?] and postcards of 15 November 1935 also by others.

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Stein, Modest . 1930-1936.
Stejnberg, Isaak Zacharovič . 1927, 1931.
Stern . 1932.
Stone, Sasha . 1929 and n.d.
Stone, Wm. C. N.d. NB. Address slip only [c. 1924?].
Streitslow, A. 1924. NB. Receipt.
Suchomlin, V. 1930-1932.
Sutton, S.A. 1936. NB. With enclosure.
Šuval, N. (?). 1928.
Svobodin, A. 1931.
Swede, Oscar H. 1934.

NB. With a letter to Stella [Ballantine] , 16 October 1934.

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Taygeson (?), Sylvia S. 1929, 1931.
Taylor, Talbot J. see inv. no. 58, Frank and Alice Scully .
Teissier, Nonore. N.d.
Tenenbaum, J. and H. Heimann . 1925.
Theatre Guild, The, New York . 1929.
Theatre 'Rythme et Couleur', Saint-Paul (Alpes Maritimes). 1931.
Thesing, Curt. [Publisher], Berlin . 1925.
Timmerman, Claus . N.d. NB. c. 1931.
Toorts, De. Uitgeverij, Amsterdam . 1927.
Tucker, Peggy . 1930 and n.d.
Turkel, Pauline . 1924-1927, 1932, 1934-1935.
Turner, John . 1925, 1930-1932.

NB. c. 1931; see also inv. no. 59, Mollie Steimer.

NB. See also inv. no. 59, Mollie Steimer .

NB. Letters of 3 and 8 July 1931 to Emma [Goldman] ; letter of 28 July 1928 to Alec Lavers .

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United Press Associations . 1931.
Universal Pictures Corporation . 1924.
Urales, Federico . 1934.
V..., M. 1925 and n.d.
Vaclav, N. 1925.
[ Vail], Laurence . N.d.
Valeckij, Ja . 1925.
Van Valkenburgh, W.S. 1927, 1929-1933 and n.d.
Vanguard Group, New York . 1933-1934 and n.d.

NB. Letter of 8 August 1924 to Emma Goldman .

NB. Letter of 30 November 1930 by [ Walter] Starret .

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Vanguard Press Inc., The. New York . 1927-1930.
Varnier, Gabriel see Saxe [Commins] .
Vengerova-Minsky, Z. 1928 and n.d.
Verlag 'Der Syndikalist', Berlin see Freie Arbeiter-Union Deutschlands .
Victor Gollanz Ltd. Publishers, London . 1932.
Viking Press Inc., The. New York . 1933.
Vladeck, B.C. 1935.
Voix Libertaire, La (Paris). 1929.
Volin (pseudonym of V. Eichenbaum ). 1925, 1927, 1930-1931, 1935.
Volksbühnen-Verlags und Vertriebs GmbH, Berlin . 1927.
Volodin, M. 1927.
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Wennberg, Einar . 1927.
Weinberg, H. 1925.
Weinberger, Harry . 1924, 1928-1931.
White, E. 1934.
White, Eliot . 1912 and n.d.
Wiegand, Karl H. von . 1923.
Winkler, Max . 1927. NB. See also inv. no. 165.
Woo Yang Hao . 1925.
Workers' Friend, The. London group . 1924, 1930.
Workmens Circle, Branch 662, Cleveland . 1935.
World, The (New York) see inv. no. 9, An?elica Balabanova .
Worschin, Wm. A. N.d.

NB. Postcard of 1 August 1924 also by Emma Goldman .

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Yanovsky, S. 1927, 1934.
Ybarra, T.R. 1924-1925. NB. See also inv. no. 194.
Yelensky, B[oris] . 1925, 1931.
Yiddish Scientific Institute, Wilno . 1931.
Zamjatin, E[vgenij] . 1932-1933.
Zavada, Johann . 1925.
Zenzinov, Vladimir M. 1925, 1928, 1930-1932.
Zhook, Doris . 1927, 1931-1932.
Zlotin, Zipprah Rachael . 1930.
Zoutkovsky, Pierre . 1924. NB. Envelope only.
Zubrin, A. 1929, 1935-1936.
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First name:
Betty and Henrik . 1927.
Boris and Matilda . 1931.
Charlotte . 1932.
Cora . N.d. NB. Mother Earth period.
Demi . 1931.
Eddie see inv. no. 39, Valya Gorska .
Eva . 1931.
Eve . 1934.
Hertha see inv. no. 42, E.H. James .
[ J...] . 1933.
Jeanne . 1931.
Leah . 1935.
[ Marc ??]. 1934.
Maria Sidorovna see inv. no. 39, M. Goldsmith .
Mary . 1931, 1935.
P. 1932.
Patsy . 1931.
Petr . 1925.
R. (?). 1927.
Warren, Honey, Joe and boys . N.d.
Unidentified author:
Postcard . N.d.
Letter of 13 October 1927.
Letter of 4 August 1931.
Letter of [26 August 1931??].
Unidentified recipient:
Letter of 26 August.
Fragments of letters to unidentified recipients. N.d.

N.B. These are Betty Nansen (1873–1943), Danish actress and theatre director, longtime friend of Berkman and Emma Goldman; and Henrik Bentzon (1895–1971), Danish actor, Betty's second husband.

NB. To Alexander Berkman , Ferrer Center, New York .

NB. With 'outline of proposed edition of Life of Bakunin' by M[ax] N[ettlau] .

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Passport issued by the Peoples Republic of White Russia. 31 August 1922. 1 piece
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Identity paper and residence permit issued in Berlin, application for extension of his German visa and letters of credence of The Chicago Tribune (Berlin) and Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York). 1922-1926. 1 cover
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'Certificat de domicile' issued by the police in Paris and 'Extrait du registre d'immatriculation'. 1926, 1930. 1 cover
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Check book of the Gebrüder Arons in Berlin. 1925. 1 cover
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Correspondence with the Gebrüder Arons in Berlin. 1925, 1927. 1 cover
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Check books of the Banque Seligman in Paris . 1930-1932. 1 cover
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Correspondence with the Banque Seligman in Paris . 1930-1934. 1 cover
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Check book of American Express in Paris . 1930. 1 cover
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Correspondence with American Express in Paris . 1929-1930, 1934. 1 cover
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Check books of King in St. Tropez . 1930-1931. 1 cover
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Check books of American Express in Nice . 1931, 1934. 1 cover
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Correspondence with American Express in Nice . 1934-1936. 1 cover
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Correspondence with the Dresdner Bank in Danzig . 1934. 1 cover
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Correspondence relating to taxes. 1932-1935. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Correspondence relating to housing, household matters and expenditures, travel and the tents rental scheme. 1925, 1929-1936 and n.d. 1 cover
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Scrapbook of recipes. 1935. 1 volume
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Correspondence with physicians. 1929, 1931-1932, 1935-1936. 1 cover
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Correspondence with oculist Dr. Graf Wiser . 1926, 1932-1933. 1 cover
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Correspondence with dentists. 1929-1931, 1935. 1 cover
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Telegrams and letters received on the occasion of his 60th birthday on 21 November 1930. 1930. 1 cover

NB. See also general correspondence, in particular inv. no. 8, correspondence with Henry J. Alsberg .

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File of correspondence by Harry Kelly with sponsors of the Committee of One Hundred and subscribers to the Alexander Berkman Sixtieth Anniversary Testimonial Dinner, held in New York on 20 November 1930. 1930. 1 cover
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Clippings relating to his 60th birthday. 1930-1931. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Circular relating to the Alexander Berkman Sixtieth Anniversary Testimonial Dinner in Los Angeles on 10 January 1931 and congratulations telegram of the Banquet Committee, London . 1931. 1 cover
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Circular of the Alexander Berkman Provisional Committee, New York calling a conference in commemoration of his resurrection from prison 30 years ago in May 1905, with the aim to raise funds for him. With some clippings. 1935. 1 cover
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Correspondence relating to his 65th birthday. With some clippings and an article by Rudolf Rocker . 1935. 1 cover
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Photocopies of the death certificates of Alexander Berkman and of Emilie Eckstein and of a police statement regarding his suicide. With an accompanying letter by Danièle Stewart who sent the material. 1936, 1939, 1994. 1 cover

NB. See also inv. no. 104.

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Notebooks. With a few diary entries from his last days in the [ Western] Penitentiary [in Pennsylvania] . 1892-1905. 1 folder
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Notes from his prison period, partly a resumé from the notebooks, covering the period 1892-1904. N.d. 1 folder
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Letters by Alexander Berkman . Originals. 1892, 1902-1906. 1 cover

NB. To Stella Cominsky , Emma Goldman and others.

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Small handwritten underground magazine, published in prison by Alexander Berkman and two other anarchists, no. 2-3, 6-8, 10-11, 17, 20, 22-23, 25-29, 32, 37, 39, 41, 43, 45-46, 48 and without number. With 'Special Spring Edition of the Z[uchthaus] Blüthen ', 1901. 1895-1896, 1901, 1904 and n.d. 1 folder
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Text of the 'Argument for Relator' in the case of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at the relation of Alexander Berkman versus William McC. Johnston , warden of the Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania aimed at reducing his sentence. 1902. 1 cover
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Western Penitentiary calendar. 1905. 1 cover
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Diagram of [the Western] Penitentiary [of Pennsylvania ], drawing. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Drawings and prints of the penitentiary and of an advertisement for the 'Union Broom' made by the prisoners. N.d. 1 cover
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Periodical from 1908 used as a scrapbook with clippings relating to Alexander Berkman 's prison period. With some separate clippings. 1900-1905. 1 folder
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'Biennial report of the Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania for two years ending December 31st, 1904'. 1904. 1 cover
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Leaflet 'The importance of the Prison Labor Problem' by J. Lebovitz . 1910. 1 cover
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Photocopies of Alexander Berkman 's mug-shot and the note asking Frick for a conference, of a section of a manuscript describing the attack on Frick, a clipping of a biography of Henry Clay Frick and obituaries of Alexander Berkman . With an accompanying letter by Gary L. Doebler who sent the material. 1893, 1936- 1937, 1993. 1 cover
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Notes for a speech 'The lesson of the 11th of November 1887. [1907]. 1 cover
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'Honorable Withdrawal Card' of Alexander Berkman from the International Typographical Union . 1908. 1 cover
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Manuscript of a speech 'The confession of a Convict', held at 'confession evening' at the Twilight Club, New York , 19 December 1913. [1913?]. 1 cover

NB. Possibly a copy made at a later date.

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Draft of a speech on 'Crime & Prisons', p. 1-7 (incomplete?) and a note on Enrico Ferri 's book Criminal Sociology . N.d. 1 cover
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Notes relating to the definition of Anarchism, 'An[archism] Comp[ared] with other Philos[ophies]' and 'Events and Tendencies of Today'. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Partly written on Mother Earth stationary.

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Part of a letter (?), p. 9-14 dealing with the question of majority rule. N.d. 1 cover
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Scrapbook of clippings and announcements of Alexander Berkman 's lecture tour 1914-1915 and of later lectures, including some by Emma Goldman , and clippings relating to the publication of The Blast . 1914-1916. 1 folder
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Correspondence relating to The Blast (San Francisco) published by Alexander Berkman . Alphabetically arranged. 1915-1916. 1 cover
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Letter from warden Fred E. Zerbst of the US Penitentiary, Atlanta , Georgia. 1917. 1 cover
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Clipping from Mother Earth Bulletin (New York), December 1917 of the article 'Eternal Values' by Alexander Berkman . 1917. 1 piece

NB. 'From Atlanta, Ga., US Penitentiary '.

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Notes 'Random Thoughts Original and Otherwise', Atlanta, Ga. In two versions. 1919. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Telegrams of friends received in jail on the day of his release, 1 October. 1919. 1 cover
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'Statement of Alexander Berkman, on his release from the United States Penitentiary, at Atlanta, Georgia, 1 October 1919'. 1919. 1 cover
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'Statement by Alexander Berkman in reply to warden Fred B. Zerbst 's denial of Mr. Berkman's original charges of brutality', New York, 3 October 1919. 1919. 1 cover
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Circular by Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman written after their release from prison, November 1919. 1919. 1 cover
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'Meeting to protest against proposed extradition of Alexander Berkman '. 1917. 1 cover
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Notes for speeches on deportation in Chicago and Detroit. [c. 1918]. 1 cover
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'Statement by Alexander Berkman in relation to his deportation made to the officials of the US Federal Immigration Service at the Federal Penitentiary, Atlanta, Ga. Sept. 18, 1919'. 1919. 1 piece
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Documents relating to the League for the Amnesty of Political Prisoners . 1918. 1 cover
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Notes relating to the cases of various persons sentenced or deported for political propaganda in 1918-1919. With a clipping. 1919. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Circular relating to the recommendation for amnesty of Jacob Abrams , sentenced to twenty years in prison together with Hyman Lachowsky , Samuel Lipman and Mollie Steimer for protesting against American military intervention in Russia, all agreeing to deportation. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'Deportation. Its Meaning and Menace. Last Message to the People of America' by Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman ('finished on Ellis Island Dec. 20, 1919, deported the following day from the US.'). 1919. 1 cover
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Letters by Alexander Berkman 3-13 January 1920 and a letter by Berkman cosigned by Emma Goldman 20 January 1920 from the US Transport (ship) Buford. With a clipping of the published version of a part: 'The Log of the Transport Buford' in The Liberator , March 1920. 1920. 1 cover
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Documents from the period of the Joint Committee for the Defense of Revolutionists Imprisoned in Russia (1923-1926). 1925 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Documents relating to the Relief Fund of the International Working Men's Association for Anarchists and Anarcho-Syndicalists Imprisoned and Exiled in Russia , later called Russian Aid Fund . 1927-[1928], 1930, 1932-1933 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Circular, leaflet and a financial account relating to donations to support Nestor Makhno and Sébastien Faure . 1929 and n.d. 1 cover
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Appeal for support and pages of a cash book, not used, of the Committee of Polish Anarchists Abroad . N.d. 1 cover
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Mooney and Billings case

NB. See also inv. no. 40, Phillip B. Grosser .

'Statement in re. to Thomas Mooney et al.' N.d. 1 cover

NB. [c. 1917].

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Correspondence with Tom and Anna Mooney . 1927-1928, 1931, 1934-1936. 1 folder

NB. Partly also to Emmy Eckstein .

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Correspondence with Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee . 1929, 1931, 1935. 1 cover
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Correspondence with Ben and Karen K. Billings . 1928-1930, 1932. 1 cover
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Anarchist movement and theory

NB. See also his articles inv. no. 179-240.

Appeal by Alexander Berkman against the attack on Rudolf Rocker in the Freie Arbeiter (Berlin), an anarchist publication. 1928. 1 cover
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Appeal by Alexander Berkman against the attacks by Nestor Makhno on Volin . With a note. 1928 and n.d. 1 cover
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Text of a message 'To the Anarcho-Syndicalist Congress Madrid', by Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman . 1931. 1 cover
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Text of an address by Alexander Berkman to 'The International Convention', New York. 1931. 1 cover
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Correspondence, with documents, with Augustin Souchy (1931) and Arthur Müller Lehning (1932-1934) relating to translations for the bulletin of the International Working Men's Association , made by Alexander Berkman . 1931-1934 and n.d. 1 folder
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Circular of the Regional Committee of Anarchist Relations (CRRA) in Buenos Aires . 1935. 1 cover
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List of 'Questions for Concourse' and memorandum 'Suggestions for Discussion / Suggestions à Discuter'. N.d. 1 cover
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Memorandum 'Outline of vital problems' relating to the discussion of anarchist aims and strategy, by Alexander Berkman . N.d. 1 cover
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Memorandum (?) 'Organisation de l'Industrie au "lendemain" de la Révolution' by Alexander Berkman . N.d. 1 cover
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Correspondence relating to his fight against expulsion from France. 1930-1935. 3 folders

NB. See also general correspondence.

Abramovič, Raphael Rein . 1930-1931. NB. See also inv. no. 7.
Angerer . 1931.
Arbetaren , Stockholm. 1931.
Aubin, Emile . 1931.
Bird, William ( New York Sun Foreign Service ). 1931.
Blumel, A. 1931.
Calmy, J. 1932-1933.
Commissariat de Police, Ville de St. Tropez . 1930.
Crosby, Caresse . 1931-1932. NB. See also inv. no. 17.
Collyer, Robert . 1931-1932.
Daumal, René . 1932.
Davidson, Jo . 1931.
Durmet (?) . N.d. NB. Envelope only.
Fouchs . 1931.
Guernut, Henri . 1931.
Heinzen, Ralph E. 1931.
Hillquit, Jacob . 1931.
Hillquit, Morris . 1931.

NB. Letter of 15 July 1931 to Nellie Harris .

NB. Letter of 29 August 1931 to Emma Goldman .

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International Committee for Political Prisoners, New York ( Roger N. Baldwin , Robert Reinhart ). 1931-1932.
Jensen, [A.] 1931.
Juvenal, .. de . 1930.
Lafont, E (?) (member of the Chambre des Députés ). 1930-1931.
[ Leblanc], Georgette . 1930.
Ligue Française pour la Défense des Droits de l'Homme et du Citoyen . 1931.
Longuet, Jean . 1930-[1931?].
Mering, Berta . 1930.
[ Milanova], Vera (Pseudonym Dorothy Miller ). 1931-1932.
Ministre de la Justice. 1932.
Ministre de l'Interieur. 1931-1933, 1935.
Ourmet, P. (Secrétaire Général, Préfecture Nice ). 1931.
Police d' État de Nice . 1932, 1935.
Préfecture de Police, Nice . 1932.
Préfecture de Paris, Service des Étrangers, Paris . 1930.
Préfet du Var (à Draguignan) . 1935.
Reinhart, Robert see inv. no. 146, International Committee for Political Prisoners .

NB. With a clipping; letter of 14 November 1932 with a postscript by Leonard D. Abbott ; see also inv. no. 50.

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Renaudel, Pierre (member of the Chambre des Députés ). 1930-1934.
Torrès, Henry (member of the Chambre des Députés , advocat). 1930-1931, 1933-1934.
[ Vail], Clothilde . 1931.
Vitrac, Roger and Kathleen Connell Vitrac . 1931.
Vozrojdenic , editor of. 1931.
Witkop, Rose . 1931.
Martie . 1930.

NB. With a calling card of Charles Vitrac .

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Expulsion orders and a permit to stay for another three month. 1930-1932. 1 cover
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Documents stating personal data submitted by Alexander Berkman . [1930-1931], [1933?]. 1 cover
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'Déclaration par Alexander Berkman ' in reaction to his (third) expulsion in June 1931. With some clippings. 1931 and n.d. 1 cover
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Lists of people to approach for help. N.d. 1 cover
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Copies of documents with information on himself and his case sent to people campaigning for him. With a list of their names. 1931. 1 cover
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Documents relating to an appeal to annul the expulsion order addressed to Prime Minister Pierre Laval , signed by prominent persons. 1931. 1 cover
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Lists and notes of addresses of publishers in Great Britain, Ireland, Germany and Moscow. With some catalogues. 1927-[c. 1932]. 1 cover
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Lists of addresses of publishers in New York. c. 1932 and n.d. 1 cover
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Letter by Voltairine de Cleyre and notes by her and by Alexander Berkman relating to the editing of Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist . 1912 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Manuscript of Jack London 's preface to Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist . 1912. 1 cover

NB. Not published.

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Booklet with notes on the layout and proofs of Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist . With a draft of an advertisement for the book by Alexander Berkman . 1912 and n.d. 1 cover
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Letters (of appreciation) received after the publication of Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist . 1912- 1913. 1 folder

NB. Alphabetical; see also general correspondence.

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Notes by Alexander Berkman from reviews of his book Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist . 1912. 1 cover
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Clippings of reviews of Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist . With an announcement of a lecture on the book by Alexander Berkman . 1912-1914 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings of reviews of the reissue of Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist by Alexander Berkman , published by C.W. Daniel in London. 1926-1927. 1 cover
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Clipping of the article 'Der Gefangene von Riverside' by Karin Michaelis , translator of Alexander Berkman 's Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist , published in the Berliner Tageblatt . 1925. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2; see also inv. no. 8, P.H. Anderson .

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Clipping of a review from Arbejderbladet , Oslo of 'En anarkists fengselerindringer', translation in Norwegian of Alexander Berkman 's Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist . [1926]. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Correspondence relating to the publication of Die Tat , German translation of the Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist , with translator Gerda Weyl and publishers Max Winkel and Fritz Kater of Verlag Der Syndikalist . 1925-1927. 1 cover
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Notes relating to corrections of Die Tat and circular by the publisher with announcement of the book and invitation for a reading by Gerda Weyl . 1927 and n.d. 1 cover
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Typed copies and clippings of reviews of Die Tat and some catalogues advertising the book. 1927 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. See also inv. no. 328.

Manuscript of 'Souvenirs de prison d'un anarchiste', translation by Léon Laurent of Alexander Berkman 's Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist . Unpublished. N.d. 1 folder
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Correspondence relating to the publication of The Bolshevik Myth by Boni & Liveright . 1924-1925. 1 cover

NB. See also inv. no. 21, M.Eleanor Fitzgerald .

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Catalogue and announcement of The Bolshevik Myth and concept of a [sleeve?] text. 1925 and n.d. 1 cover
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Clippings of reviews of The Bolshevik Myth and pamphlet The Anti-Climax containing the final chapter omitted from the book. 1925-1926 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Now and After. The ABC of Communist Anarchism

NB. See also inv. no. 13, Joseph Cohen and inv. no. 217.

Notebook containing 'References for book on An.[archist] Com.[unism]'. 1927. 1 cover
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Letter by Alexander Berkman 'to the gathering assembled on May 18th 1929 [in New York] on the occasion of the appearance of my ABC of Anarchism'. 1929. 1 cover
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Manuscript of a 'Review sent for publication to different parts of [the] US', probably written by Alexander Berkman . N.d. 1 cover
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Clipping of a review from the Outlook and Independent . 1921. 1 cover
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Copy of Cultura, Proletria, Luz (New York). With a sequence of 'Un ABC del Anarquismo'. 1930. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Other documents relating to his books

NB. See also inv. no. 303.

Note by Alexander Berkman with 'biographic data about the author of the book'. N.d. 1 cover
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Clipping [from an encyclopedia] of a biography of Alexander Berkman , written by Gerda Weyl . c. 1927. 1 cover
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Leaflet 'The Surgeon's Duty'. [1917?]. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'Reminiscences of Peter Kropotkin (In Memoriam)', Stockholm, January 1922. With manuscript of a different version and a clipping of Freedom (London) March 1922, in which it was published. 1922. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'Reminiscence. In Memoriam of Peter A. Kropotkin '. N.d. 1 cover

NB. c. 1922.

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Manuscript of 'The Russian Revolution - A Review and an Outlook', Stockholm, 8 February 1922. 1922. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Manuscript of 'Some Bolshevik Lies about the Russian Anarchists', February 1922. With a copy of Freedom April 1922, in which it was published. 1922. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Manuscript of 'Bukharin on Anarchism at the Red Labor Congress', March 1922. 1922. 1 cover
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Manuscript of the article 'The Bolshevik Government and the Anarchists', October 1922. 1922. 1 cover
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Notes for an article (?) on the organization of Russian Society (?). Imcomplete, p. 3-21. N.d. 1 cover

NB. c. 1922?

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Notes relating to the Russian revolution, prisons, arrests, Peter Kropotkin and other subjects. N.d. 1 cover

NB. c. 1922?

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Manuscript of 'A few words about Lenin and the probable effects of his death' 26 January 1924. 1924. 1 cover
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Notes relating to biographical data on Russian emigré's returned to Russia (made on 21 March 1924), including 'Sholem' and 'Story of Namdlef'. With a portrait photo of an unknown person. 1924 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. ' Namdlef ' is supposed to be Abraham Feldman.

NB. See also inv. no. 244.

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Manuscript of 'Do We Want the Truth About Russia? (An open letter to Guy Aldred , editor of the Glasgow "Commune")'. [c. July 1924]. [1924]. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'Stray Thoughts' on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the FAS, August 1924. 1924. 1 cover
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Manuscript of an article 'Russia Facing Famine Again'. N.d. 1 cover

NB. c. 1924?

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Notes relating to prices in Moscow and to wages in industry. 1924. 1 cover
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Notes on events in Russia, partly from Russian newspapers, probably made for the Russian News service of The New York Times , for which he supplied information to its Berlin correspondent T.R. Ybarra (2-19 March). 1925. 1 cover
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[Open] letter to the editor of the Nation relating to Louis Fischer 's article 'Political Prisoners under Bolshevism'. 1925. 1 cover
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Clipping of a letter to the editor of The Open Forum by Alexander Berkman relating to the situation in Russia. 1925. 1 piece
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Manuscript of the article 'Trotsky's New Book, 1917 (Dealing with the lessons of the October Revolution)'. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Probably L.D. Trockij , 1917: die Lehren der Revolution (Berlin 1925).

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Manuscript of 'The Significance of Kropotkin's Life and Teaching'. With notes 'Extracts from P. Kropotkin 's (a) letter to Nettlau '. N.d. 1 cover

NB. After mid-1920s.

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Manuscript of the 'Foreword' to a 'Jewish brochure', published in Buenos Aires, relating to Russia. Incomplete. N.d. 1 cover

NB. After mid-1920s.

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Manuscript of 'Workingman, This is Your Paper!' written for the Paris' Arbeiter-Freund . In two slightly different versions. 1927. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The History and Meaning of the First of May'. 1927. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'About American Justice' a translation of 'La justice americaine', a copy of which text is included. With a note for Arthur Lehning to whom it was sent. 1927. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'A Decade of Bolshevism'. [1927?]. 1 cover
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Clipping of 'Amnistia Bolscevica', an article by Alexander Berkman published in L'Adunata dei Refrattari (New York), 12 January 1929. 1929. 1 cover
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Clipping of the article 'Was ist faul in Russland' by Alexander Berkman from Freidenker des Pionier. Official organ of the Freethought Societies of America (New Ulm, Minnesota), April 1928, 1929. 1929. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Manuscript of the article 'What We Need', written for a new monthly magazine in Holland, 28 May 1929. 1929. 1 cover
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Note relating to 'Outline of the projected book on prison psychology' by Alexander Berkman , July 1930. 1930. 1 cover
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Manuscript of [the article] 'To the 30th Anniversary of the " Freie Arbeiter Stimme "', August 1929. 1929. 1 cover
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Manuscript of a synopsis of [a projected book?] 'The Fate of Trotsky '. N.d. 1 cover

NB. 1929 or later.

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Notes of passages of 'Living my Life' made in connection with the editing. [c. 1930]. 1 cover
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Clipping of the article '13 Jahre nach bolshewistischer Machteroberung' by Alexander Berkman published in Erkenntnis und Befreiung. Organ des herrschaftslosen Sozialismus (Vienna-Graz-Ludwigshafen). 1930. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Manuscript of the article 'America and the Soviets', February 1931. 1931. 1 cover
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Manuscript of the article 'The Paris Commune and Kronstadt' by Alexander Berkman . With a copy of Der Syndikalist (Berlin), 14 March 1931 which published the German version and clippings from the Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York) 20 March 1931 of a Yiddish version. 1931. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clipping of the article 'Verbrecher und Regierung in Amerika' by Alexander Berkman published in Der Syndikalist (Berlin), [June 1931]. [1931]. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Manuscript of an introduction to a publication in Yiddish of the 'Speeches of the Chicago Martyrs for the 45th anniversary of the Black 11th of November', prepared by the Group "Amshol", secretary Benj Axler , 18 October 1931. 1931. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The Two Americas', radio talk by Emma Goldman , written by Alexander Berkman . Incomplete. With a draft. 1932. 1 cover

NB. See also inv. no. 28.

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Manuscript of the article (?) 'The Idea is the Thing'. 1932. 1 cover

NB. 'For Ishill , Oct. 1932.'; identical to chapter XXV of Now and After .

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Manuscript of 'An Enemy of Society', rough outline of an autobiography of Alexander Berkman . In two versions. With a draft. 1932. 1 cover
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Documents relating to Alexander Berkman 's contribution to the 'Encyclopédie Universelle en Yiddish', including correspondence with R. Abramovič , and manuscript of his article 'The Anarchist Movement Today'. 1934. 1 cover
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Manucript of the article ' Nestor Makhno ' by Alexander Berkman . 1934. 1 cover
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Manuscript of ' Nestor Makhno . The Man who Saved the Bolsheviki', personal recollections by Alexander Berkman . In different versions. [1935]. 1 folder
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Manuscript of an article about the political situation in France in November 1935. 1935. 1 cover
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Notes relating to 'Development of Anarchist Ideas'. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Outline of a book?

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Notes relating to 'Success of An[archist] Movem[ent]'. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The Awakening Starvelings'. N.d. 1 cover
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Notes relating to 'Organis[ation] of Society without Dictatorsh[ip]'. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The Bolshevik Dictatorship at Work'. With notes relating to 'Pamphlet Dictator[ship]'. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Compare Now and After chapter XVIII.

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Note(s) relating to 'Between Prisons'. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Idea for a book?

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Manuscript of a review by Alexander Berkman of '9009' by Messrs. Hopper and Bocholt dealing with prison conditions. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'Azeff-the Infamous' ( Azef, Erno Fiselevic ). Incomplete. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'To the Workers of America'. Anonymous. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of the article 'The Average American'. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of [the article?] 'America by Comparison'. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The Failure of Compromise'. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The Jobless'. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript (drafts) of 'Some American Radicals I Have Known' 'For Exeter Radicals'. Unfinished. With notes. N.d. 1 cover
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Notes relating to 'Women I Have Known'. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Idea for a book?

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Manuscript of 'An Interview with Alexander Berkman' by Alexander Berkman making fun of the French politicians behind his expulsion threats. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of the article 'My Friend Tommy' by Aleck . N.d. 1 cover

NB. Written by Alexander Berkman ?

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Proof with corrections of an article in German on labour, trade unions and class struggle, in the form of an interview. Incomplete? N.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Manuscript of 'The unconquered', synopsis of a [film] story about Nestor Makhno 's life. With a draft titled 'Bat'ko Voilno' by ' Droye '. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Anonymous, but possibly by Alexander Berkman ; see also inv. no. 9, Stella Ballantine .

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Manuscript of a short story (?) 'The Stolen Paletot', renamed 'The Deserter', and of a scenario for film titled 'The Deserter'. In different versions. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of an unfinished scenario (?) for film situated in a Jewish ghetto and of a [story for a] scenario about the seduction of Alice. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of drafts of a story 'A Russian Boy. Roman Sinuik, the Russian'. With a poem 'Pesni bezprizornych detej' (songs of street children), a portrait photo and some clippings. 1925 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A23.

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Manuscript of an 'introduction' [with a synopsis?] to a story by Boris Pilnyak ( Boris Pil'njak ) about the death of Frinze , Commander-in-Chief of the Red Army . N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of a story (?) 'The Grist of the Prison-mill'. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of a story 'Germany Today and Tomorrow. Sketched from Life' by Alexander Ossipovitch ( Alexander Berkman ). N.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Notes for film scenario's and ideas for stories. 1932 and n.d. 1 cover
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Lists of German and Russian book titles. With some clippings. [1920s], 1935-1936 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Notes relating to the sending of manuscripts of translations to publishers and of their reaction. c. 1932-1933. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The Prisoner', translation form the German of a play by Emil Bernard . [1927]. 1 folder
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Clippings of reviews of the performance of 'The Prisoner' presented by the Province town Playhouse in New York . 1927-1928. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Manuscript of the Russian translation of Eugene O'Neill 's play 'Lazarus Laughed'. With the English version with corrections, and some clippings relating to its production in Russia. 1927 and n.d. 1 folder
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Manuscript of 'Pugatchov' (Emel'jan Ivanovi? Puga?ev), 'translated from the Russian of K. Trenev and adapted for the English stage by Alexander Berkman '. 1927. 1 cover
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Manuscripts of 'The Bolshevik', a comedy adapted from the Russian by Alexander Berkman . 1927. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'Poverty no Crime', a translation and adaptation by Alexander Berkman of a comedy in Russian by A.N. Ostrovsky (Aleksandr Nikolaevi? Ostrovskij). In two versions. 1929 and n.d. 1 folder
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Manuscript of a synopsis of 'Every One His Own Pool', a comedy by A.N. Ostrovsky . N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of a translation into English by Alexander Berkman of An?elika Balabanova 's ' Mussolini - Friend of the Vatican ' and of a review and synopsis of 'Erinnerungen und Erlebnisse', which he tried to place in the USA. With a clipping. [1929] and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Letters by Toni Schwabe and the Albert Langen Verlag in Munich (to Emma Goldman ) authorizing Alexander Berkman to translate 'Ulrike', 1931. With biographical sketch of Schwabe and clippings of reviews from papers in German. 1925-1926, 1929, 1931. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Manuscript of 'Ulrike. The Story of Goethe 's Last Love' by Tony Schwabe , translated by Alexander Berkman , including a synopsis, biographical sketch of the author and quotes from reviews. [c. 1931]. 1 folder
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Title pages of 'Ulrike' with notes regarding to the publishers it was sent to, and draft of the synopsis. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'Women in Flight', synopsis by Alexander Berkman of a work by Rose Meller . With one page of the translated manuscript. 1932. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The Bible in Art', summary by Alexander Berkman of a book by G. Kutna . [c. 1932]. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The Kaiser Quit, the Generals Stayed', synopsis by Alexander Berkman of a book by Theodor Plivier . In five versions. [c. 1932]. 1 cover
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Manuscript of a synopsis (in three versions) and an excerpt by Alexander Berkman of 'Den Shi- Khua' by Sergey Tretyakov ( Sergej Michajlovic Tret'jakov ). 1932 and n.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of the contents, a brief summary and (brief) synopsis of 'Thirty Writers of New Russia'. [c. 1932]. 1 cover
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Manuscript of a 'synopsis of contents', a translation (incomplete?) and excerpts of the autobiography of Princess Valya Gagarin under three different titles: 'An Adventurous Princess', 'Leaves from my Life', and 'A Princess in Uniform'. 1932-1933. 1 folder
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File relating to M. Moskvin 's memoirs 'Out of the Millions' (or 'In the Land of the Bezprisorny') consisting of correspondence, outline of the story (in three versions) and list of publishers it was sent to. 1933. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'What we Saw in Russia' by Lucy and Harry Lang , translated by Alexander Berkman from the Yiddish. Unpublished. c. 1934. 3 folders and 3 covers
Copy of the manuscript sent to Lucy and Harry Lang , p. 1-142. With some notes and extra pages of a different version. c. 1934. (folder)
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[First?] draft (revision) of part I (Leningrad and Moscow), chapter VI-X, p. 40-81.
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[Second?] draft (revision) of part I, chapter VII-XIII, p. 50-106.
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Draft of part I 'ready for final typing', chapter IV-XIII, p. 30-97.
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First typing (draft) of part II (Ukraina and White Russia), chapter XVI etc, p. 1-141. NB. Pink pages are very poor copies.
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First revision of part II, p. 1-5 and second revision [and partly first draft?] of part II, p. 143-376 (new numbering). 1934. (folder)
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Draft 'for final revision' of part II, p. 143-322, chapter XIX-XXV. 1934. (folder)
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Correspondence with Joseph Goldman , general secretary of the Rocker Publication Committee relating to the translation of Nationalismus und Kultur . With a clipping. 1933-1935 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. With letter of 22 December 1933 to the editor of Man and letter of 27 October 1934 by Robert N. Baldwin

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Notes relating to the translation of Rudolf Rocker 's book Nationalismus und Kultur . With some letters by Allan [Dowling] . 1934-1935. 1 cover
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Translation by Alexander Berkman of Rudolf Rocker 's 'Nationalism and Culture'. 1934-1935. 17 folders
Vol. I, chapter 1-III, first draft.
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Vol. I, chapter IV-VI, first draft.
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Vol. I, chapter VII-X, first draft.
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Vol. I, chapter I, second revision. NB. In two different versions.
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Vol. I, chapter II-V, second revision.
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Vol. I, final version. Front page, contents and chapter I-VI. With a carbon copy of chapter I-III marked 'For E.G.[oldman] '.
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Vol. I, final version, chapter VII-XV and 'Brief Summary of Contents', with a draft and a summary in German.
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Revised and discarded pages of (a pre-stage) of the final version of Vol. I. 1935 and n.d.
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Errata and index of Vol. I. N.d.
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Original German edition, Vol. II, chapter I-IV, first draft, with discarded pages from chapter I-III, 1934. With clippings collected in connection with the translation. 1935.
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Original German edition, Vol. II (p. 1-858), first draft. 291.
p. 1-139.
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p. 140-346.
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p. 347-600.
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p. 601-858. and list of changes in the German text of Vol. II, suggested by R. Rocker. N.d.
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Revised German Edition, Vol. II, chapter I-V. N.d.
Chapter I-III, first draft.
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Chapter III, partly first draft, partly second revision.
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Chapter IV-V, [first draft].
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Manuscript of 'The Dictator' by Yefim Sosulia ( Efim Zozulja ) adapted from the Russian by Alexander Berkman . In two versions. N.d. 1 cover
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Clippings of 'The Dictator' by Yefim Sosulia , translated by Alexander Berkman , published in Esquire . 1935. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Manuscript of 'The Superfluous' (Russian title: AK and Mankind) by Yefim Sosulya , translated by Alexander Berkman . In two slightly different versions. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'The Favorites' by Nikolai Ognier ( Nikolaj Ognev ), translated into English by Alexander Berkman . In two versions. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of a short story 'Young Russia' translated and adapted by Alexander Berkman . With a note about the manuscript referring to Esquire . N.d. 1 cover
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Synopsis by Alexander Berkman of 'History of the Russian Revolutionary Struggle' by M. Goldsmith . N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of the translation of a sketch 'Capitalist Mathematics'. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of the translation(?) of the drama 'God Frustrated'. With a draft. N.d. 1 cover
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Typed copy of 'The Chain Gang', a story by Voltairine de Cleyre . N.d. 1 cover

NB. Published in 'Selected Works of Voltairine de Cleyre ', edited by Alexander Berkman (New York 1914).

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Manuscript of Ethel May Cauley 'The Wanderer Column', dealing with the question 'Is Liberty Dead in America?'. N.d. 1 cover

NB. [c. 1919?].

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Manuscript of 'The World Aflame', a play by Julius Hopp , New York. With notes. N.d. 1 folder

NB. [Just after the First World War?].

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Manuscript of a satyrical comedy 'Amazonka na Temze' (Amazon on the Thames) by Semen Gavrin . [1928]. 1 folder
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Manuscript of 'Des Kaisers Kulis', a play by Theodor Plivier . N.d. 1 cover

NB. Before 1932.

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Manuscript of 'The Decline of Anarchism in America' by Walter Starret . N.d. 1 cover

NB. Typed on the backside of an appeal 'To All Working Class Organizations' by Carlo Tresca , secretary of the Marine Workers Defense Committee . 1932.

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Manuscript of (a series of ?) article(s) by Emma Goldman , starting with 'Why the Soviets Failed' for the 'International News Service'. Incomplete. N.d. 1 cover
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Manuscript of 'Moral Control' by Morris Desi . N.d. 1 cover
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Printed text of the play 'Love Trial' by Morris Desi , pasted in a scrapbook. N.d. 1 cover
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Printed text of the play 'Children's Cry' by Morris Desi , pasted in a scrapbook. N.d. 1 cover

NB. 'Copyright 1929'.

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Manuscript of 'Mordplagiat' by Semen Gavrin , translated into German by Karl Burg . N.d. 1 cover
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Synopsis of 'The Only Witness', received from Inga Puxon . N.d. 1 cover
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Poem 'The Visitor', dedicated to Emma Goldman . Anonymous. N.d. 1 cover
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Text of a poem 'Freedom' by James Russell Lowell , with a note relating to Charles Fournier . N.d. 1 piece
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Manuscript [of an article?] relating to changes in the life of women after the First World War. In German. Anonymous. N.d. 1 cover
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Page of a manuscript relating to emancipation of women. In German. Anonymous. N.d. 1 cover
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Other publishing projects

NB. See also inv. no. 9, correspondence with Roger Baldwin .

Manuscript of the autobiography of Isadora Duncan , preface and chapter I and II and other fragments. Incomplete. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Alexander Berkman was asked to help her with her autobiography.

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File relating to Alexander Berkman 's involvement in Nellie Harris ' management of her husbands literary legacy and relating to type work for her. With notes on D.H. Lawrence and letters by Emma Goldman , Frank Scully and J.J. Joll . 1931-1932 and n.d. 1 cover
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Clippings relating to Emma Goldman . 1911, [1914-1915], 1919-1920, 1922, 1924- 1927, 1930-1935 and n.d. 5 folders

NB. Large size A2.

1911, [1914-1915], 1919-1920, 1922, 1924-1925.
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1926.
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1927. With announcements of lectures.
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1930-1932. With announcements of lectures and reviews of
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1933-1935 and n.d.
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Clipping and documentation relating to prisons, criminals, convicts, political prisoners in the USA, Germany, Great Britain, Soviet Union and Hungary. 1920, 1925-1927, 1929, 1931-1932. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings of an article relating to Alexander Berkman , his attack on Henry Clay Frick and relating to politically motivated acts of violence by others. 1926, [c. 1930- 1931] and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings and documentation relating to the case of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti . 1927-1928, 1930 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2; also contains a review of Die Tat in Junge Anarchisten , June 1927.

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Clippings relating to Tom Mooney 's case. 1928-1932. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings relating to the retrial of Warren K. Billings . 1930 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings on drama. 1926-1928, 1930-1932 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Clippings on literature, the arts and science. With a poster advertising a book by Theodor Plivier . 1921, 1925-1927, 1929-1932, 1935 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings on Isadora Duncan . 1922, 1927, 1929. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings on G. Bernard Shaw , on Frank Harris ' Shaw biography and on Frank Harris. 1927, 1929, 1931-1932, 1935 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings and documentation on 'Russian humor'. N.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Clippings and documentation on (other aspects of) American society. [c. 1911], 1917, 1925-1927, 1930-1932, 1935 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings relating to the situation in the Russian Federation of Soviet Republics (RSFSR) and the Soviet Union. 1919, 1922, 1925-1932, 1936 and n.d. 5 covers

NB. Large size A2.

1919, 1922, 1925.
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1926-1927.
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1928-1930 and [c. 1920s].
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1931.
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1932, 1936 and n.d.
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Clippings on China. 1926-1927 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings on France. [c. 1926], 1929, [1934], 1936 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings on Germany. With leaflet 'Die Totengräber Russlands', showing Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman (and others), issued during a 1931 election campaign in Hamburg. 1925, 1927, 1930-1931, 1933-1935 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings and documentation on Great Britain. 1927, 1929 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings on Italy. 1926-1927, 1931 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings on Japan. [c. 1927] and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A3.

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Clippings on Spain. 1929, 1931. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings relating to sex and marriage, monogamy and free love. With reviews of Ben L. Reitman 's book on 'Pimpery' The Second Oldest Profession . 1926- 1927, 1931-1932 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings on women, including Catherina Breshkovskaja , and the position of women. 1927, 1931-1932. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings relating to clergy, evangelists and the Vatican . 1926, 1930. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings of an article by Henry G. Alsberg 'Once a Jew, always a Jew?' and 'Carlos Marx in Yucatan'. 1926 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings relating to anarchism and the anarchist movement. [1926?]-1927, 1930-1931 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Clippings on various other topics. 1926-1928 and n.d. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Copies of Freedom 1 January and February 1927, The Manchester Guardian Weekly 11 February 1927, The Spectator 12 February 1927, Der Syndikalist (Berlin) 12 November 1932 and Der Arbeitslose (Dresden) October 1932 with articles on various subjects. 1927, 1932. 1 cover

NB. Large size A2.

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Correspondence with publishers by Emma Goldman promoting work by Alexander Berkman and (German translations of) her own books. 1925, 1929, 1932-1934. 2 folders

NB. See also inv. no. 7-66, general correspondence.

Albatross, The. Publishers, Paris . 1933.
Albert & Charles Boni, Inc. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Alfred A. Knopf Ltd. Publishers, London and New York . 1932.
Arnold Haskell Ltd. Literary & Dramatic Agents, London . 1933.
Brentano's. Publishers, New York . 1933.
Century Co., The. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Charles Scribner's Sons. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Coward. McCann Inc. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Curtis Brown Ltd. Publishers, Berlin . 1932.
Dodd, Mead and Company. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Doubleday, Dovan and Company. Publishers, New York . 1932-1933.
Duffield & Green. Publishers, New York . 1932-1933.
E.P. Dutton & Co. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Fischer Verlag see inv. no. 356, Curtis Brown Ltd.
Gerald Duckworth & Co. Publishers, London . 1932.
Greenberg. Publisher, New York . 1932-1933.
Hamish Hamilton Ltd., London . 1933.
Harcourt, Brace and Company. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Harper & Brothers. Publishers, New York and London . 1932, 1934.
Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, Inc. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Henry Holt and Company. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Houghton Mifflin Company. Publishers, Boston . 1932.

NB. Relates to translation in German of Living my Life ; letter of 8 June 1932 from S. Fischer Verlag, Berlin

NB. Relates to the publication of Living my Life in England.

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Little, Brown & Company. Publishers, Boston . 1932.
Liveright, Horace. Publisher, New York . 1929.
Liveright Inc. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Macmillan Company, The. Publishers, New York . 1932-1933.
Malik-Verlag, Berlin . 1932-1933.
Peter Davies Ltd. Publishers, London . 1933.
[ Ross], Arthur [Leonard] . 1932.
Simon & Schuster. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Victor Gollancz Ltd. Publishers, London . 1933.
G.P. Putnam's Sons. Publishers, New York and London . 1932.
Robert M. McBride & Company. Publishers, New York . 1932.
Rohlapp, Walter . 1925.
Universitas Verlag, Berlin . 1932.
Wishart & Co. Publishers, London . 1933.

NB. Relates to the publication of Living my Life .

NB. Probably concerns My Disillusionment in Russia .

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Correspondence by Emma Goldman with Emmy Eckstein . 1929, 1931, 1933-1936. 3 folders
1929, 1931, 1933-1934 October.
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1934 November-1935 September.
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1935 October-1936 March, September.
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Documents of Emmy Eckstein

NB. Concerns correspondence not on behalf of Alexander Berkman ; see also general correspondence; see also inv. no. 46, L. Laurent and inv. no. 133, 320.

Correspondence by Emmy Eckstein . 1929-1931, 1933, 1935-1936. 1 folder
Ballantine, Stella . 1935. [ Berkman], Alexander . [1930], [1936] and n.d. Gebrüder Arons, Berlin . 1929-1931. Neil(?), May . 1935. Rossi, Hector . 1935. Scott, Helen . 1929. Scully, Alice . 1933. Steimer, Mollie . 1936.

NB. With poem for his 60th birthday and page 6-7 of a text with a note by Emmy.

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Letters by Emmy Eckstein relating to the acquisition of the required documents for her planned marriage and relating to her status in marrying an American or British citizen. 1931- 1933. 1 cover
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Documents relating to labor protests against the conviction of Tom Mooney and Warren K. Billings . 1917-1918 and n.d. 1 cover
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Statistics of the income received by members of Jury Panel of Department No. 11 who convicted Warren K. Billings . N.d. 1 cover

NB. After 1916.

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Printed documents relating to the League for Amnesty of Political Prisoners and of a speech of its secretary M. Eleanor Fitzgerald . 1919 and n.d. 1 cover, large size A2
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Letter from Boston by Philip relating to the Mooney Campaign . 1931. 1 cover
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Circulars and press releases of the Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee . 1929, 1931-1932. 1 folder
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Clippings and leaflets relating to the Mooney case. 1917, 1919, 1921, 1929, 1931-1932 and n.d. 1 cover, large size A2

NB. See also inv. no. 329.

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