Emma Goldman Papers

Correspondence with Stella Ballantine, also: Stella Comyn, also: Stella Commins, with Edward James 'Teddy' Ballantine, (First Tower, St. Helier, Jersey, C.I., UK; New York City, USA; Bearsville, New York, USA), with Mary Eleanore 'Fitzi' Fitzgerald (New York, USA), and with Carl 'Carolus' Newlander (Hjortkvarn, Hallsberg, Sweden). Contains also letters and copies of letters from Alexander Berkman to Stella, Fitzgerald and Newlander. From 1917 till 1925 mostly letters received by Ballantine. 1917-1925, 1928, 1930-1931, 1933-1939. 12 folders
1917-1918.

NB. Contains also an incomplete letter from Goldman to "my dear ones".

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1919, January - June.
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1919, July - December.

NB. Contains also a circular letter from Goldman and Berkman to friends and a letter with a postscript dated 1920, January 5th.

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1920.
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1921, January - June.

NB. Contains also the text of an article and a clipping in memory of Peter Kropotkin and incomplete sets of diary notes concerning the year 1921.

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1921, July - December.

NB. Contains also a copy of a letter from Goldman to Agnes Inglis and a letter from Goldman to Lena Cominsky, partly addressed to Stella Ballantine.

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1922.
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1923.
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1924.
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1925, 1928, 1930-1931, 1933.
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1934.
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1935-1939.

NB. Contains also enclosed letters of Saxe Commins to Stella Ballantine, an enclosed circular from Fitzgerald to Stella and enclosed correspondence of Emma Goldman with Ian Ballantine.

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Correspondence with Alexander 'Sasha' 'Sash' Berkman. (Berlin, Germany; Saint-Cloud, France; Mirmande, France; Nice, France; St. Tropez, France). 1904, 1907, 1912, 1917, 1919, 1924-1925, 1927-1936 and n.d. 11 folders
1904, 1907, 1912, 1917, 1924-1925.

NB. Contains also two postcards from (Hall Sol?), a letter from Jo Labadie (The Fellowship of Freedom), a visiting card and a letter from Errico Malatesta (London, UK) to Berkman and other documents concerning his prison memoirs and the trials against Berkman, Warren K. Billings and Thomas J. Mooney including a handwritten copy of an article from The Nation, 1927.

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1927.

NB. Contains also a letter from Berkman to Carl 'Carolus' Newlander?.

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1928.

NB. Contains also copies of letters from Berkman to comrades and a letter from Max Nettlau (Barcelona, Spain) to Berkman.

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1929-1930.

NB. Contains also an enclosed copy of a circular letter from Berkman to 'Les amis de Sébastien Faure', contributors of the Faure fund.

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1931, June - October.

NB. Contains also copies of a letter from Berkman (US Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia, USA) to 'Donna Mia' (1919), of correspondence of Berkman concerning his expulsion from France and of Goldman with Alfred A. Knopf (New York, USA) (1931), a circular concerning the statement by Goldman at the federal hearing (1919) and newspaper clippings (1931 and n.d.).

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1931, November - December.

NB. Contains also an enclosed copy of a letter from Berkman to Isaac Don Levine (New York, USA).

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1932, January - May.

NB. Contains also a postcard from Goldman to Berkman.

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1932, June - December.

NB. Contains also a carbon copy of the typoscript of 'An enemy of society, Autobiography of Alexander Berkman, rough outline'.

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1933.

NB. Contains also correspondence of Goldman with Emmy Eckstein (Nice, France) and an enclosed copy of a letter from Goldman to George Seldes (Spain); The copies of a letter from Goldman to Berkman, August 17, are written on the back of circulars, signed by Goldman and announcing a protest meeting in London, April 1933, against the spread of fascism.

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1934-1936.

NB. Contains also an enclosed copy of a Russian fund bulletin, an enclosed copy of a letter from Berkman to Joseph 'Joe' Goldman (Chicago, Illinois, USA) and a letter from Max Nettlau (Barcelona, Spain) to Berkman.

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Correspondence with Frank G. Heiner and Mary Koll (Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1934-1936. 4 folders

NB. See also: Annex 1. Correspondence of Frank G. Heiner. Inv.nrs. 326-328.

1934, April - June.
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1934, July - September.

NB. Contains also enclosed copies of correspondence of Goldman with George R. Leighton - Harper's Magazine (New York, USA).

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1934, October - December.
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1935-1936.

NB. Contains alo a copies of a letter and a fragment of a letter from Goldman to (J.) Gordon (Whitehead).

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Correspondence with W.S. van Valkenburgh, also: Warren S. van Valkenburgh, also: Walter Starrett, and Sadie Robinson. (New York, USA; Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA). Contains also circular letters and correspondence from Emma Goldman with Rosa Sacco and Kathleen Millay - Sacco - Vanzetti Defence Committee, Elizabeth Glendower Evans (Boston, Massachusetts, USA) and others concerning Sacco and Vanzetti. 1923-1938. 9 folders

NB. See also: Correspondence of W.S. van Valkenburgh: Inv.nrs. 37-44.

1923-1926.

NB. Contains also copies of letters to organizers of symposia with Goldman in Canada, letters from Richard G. Badger - The Gorham Press (Boston, Massachusetts, USA) and Eugene Victor Debs to Van Valkenburgh and a copies of letters from Van Valkenburgh to Benjamin W. Huebsch - The Viking Press Inc. (New York, USA) and to Ben Capes (Chicago, Illinois, USA) containing also a copy of a preface by Rebecca West for a book on Russia by Goldman.

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1927.

NB. Contains also contains also a letter from Isaac Don Levine (New York, USA) to Goldman, copies of letters from Floyd Dell (Croton-on-Hudson, New York, USA), Theodore Dreiser, A.L. Goldwater (New York, USA), Sid Jacobs, Margaret Sanger, Bartolomeo Vanzetti (Dedham Jail, Massachusetts, USA) and Howard Irving Young (Rutherford, New Jersey, USA) to Van Valkenburgh and a copy of a letter from Van Valkenburgh to The World (New York, USA).

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1928.

NB. Contains also a copy of a letter from Gilbert E. Roe to Van Valkenburgh.

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1929.

NB. Contains also copies of letters from Goldman to Arthur Leonard Ross and Peggy Guggenheim.

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1930.
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1931.

NB. Contains also correspondence of Van Valkenburgh with the Government Printing Office (Washington DC, USA) and circular letters from Van Valkenburgh concerning the publication of Living my life by Emma Goldman.

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1932.
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1933-1934.

NB. Contains also a copy of a letter from Van Valkenburgh to Dorothy Giesecke-Rogers.

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1935-1938.

NB. Contains also a copy of a letter from Van Valkenburgh to Dorothy Giesecke-Rogers and correspondence of Goldman with Frances van Valkenburgh.

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Correspondence of W.S. van Valkenburgh, also: Walter Starrett, and Sadie Robinson (New York, USA) with Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman - The Blast (San Francisco, California, USA), Mother Earth (New York, USA; Saint-Cloud, France). Contains also correspondence of Van Valkenburgh with others, articles and a concept by Berkman and pamphlets and paper clippings. 1911-1912, 1915-1919, 1927-1935, 1938. 8 folders

NB. See also: Correspondence with W.S. van Valkenburgh: Inv.nrs. 28-36.

1911-1912, 1915.

NB. Contains also correspondence with Max Baginski and Stella Ballantine - Mother Earth (New York, USA), Leon Malmud and W.N. Gatens (Portland, Oregon, USA).

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1916.

NB. Contains also copies of an enclosed circular letter from Goldman to New York newspapers and of an enclosed letter from Van Valkenburgh to Ben L. Reitman.

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1917-1919.

NB. Contains also correspondence with Walton Hall, Margaret Sanger (New York, USA), Stella Ballantine - Mother Earth (New York, USA) and Agnes Inglis (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA) and an article by Van Valkenburgh.

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1927.

NB. Contains also correspondence with Winifred Katzen - Drama Book Shop (New York, USA), Pascal Covici, Publisher, Inc. (Chicago, Illinois, USA), a copy of an enclosed letter from Goldman to Macaulay Publishing Co. (New York, USA) and a copy of a transcript of an enclosed letter from Li Yaotang, also Li Yoo Tong, also: Li Pei, also: Ba Jin (Paris, France) to Goldman.

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1928-1930.

NB. Contains also copies of enclosed correspondence of Goldman with Henry G. Alsberg, Harry Payne Burton, Samuel Klaus, Arthur Leonard Ross, Doubleday, Doran & Co., Alfred A. Knopf Inc., Horace Liveright - Boni & Liveright, Publishers (New York, USA), Philip Jordan (London, UK) and Thomas 'Tommy' Lavers (Bristol, UK) and a copy of a transcript of published letter to a newspaper editor, signed by 'The Anarchist Yaroff' (Cannes, France).

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1931-1932.

NB Contains also correspondence of Van Valkenburgh with G.F. Beck (Yonkers, New York, USA), Arthur Leonard Ross (New York, USA) and Harry Kelly (New Rochelle, New York, USA) with enclosed letters of Joseph? Cohen and Joseph 'Joe' Desser (Toronto, Canada) and an enclosed copy of a letter to Beryl? Bolton, copies of letters from Baruch Charney Vladeck - Jewish Daily Forward (New York, USA) to Goldman and from Goldman to Roger Baldwin (New York, USA) and to the editor of the Johnstown Democrat (Johnstown, Pennsylvania, USA).

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1933-1934, February.

NB. Contains also correpondence from Van Valkenburgh with various people concerning invitations to attend Goldman's lectures and meetings in the USA, a copy of 'My return to America', a text by Goldman, and copies of correpondence of Goldman with Roger Baldwin (New York, USA), Ben and Ida Capes (St. Louis, Missouri, USA), Marion H. Holmes (Melbourne, Florida, USA), Joseph Ishill - The Oriole Press (Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, USA), Harry Kelly (New Rochelle, New York, USA), Harry T. Moore (Los Angeles, California, USA) and Anna? Wexler.

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1934, March, -1935, 1938.

NB. Contains also a copy of a circular invitation letter to join a preparatory committee for Goldman's final lecture in the USA and copies of letters from Goldman to James B. Pond - Pond Lecture Bureau Inc. (New York, USA) and Carlo Tresca.

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Correspondence with others. 1903, 1907-1939 and n.d. 129 folders
Abad de Santillán, Diego; Kater, Elisa. (Paris, France). 1937, 1939;
Abbott, Leonard D. (New York, USA). 1925, 1927-1932;
Abramovich, R. - Le Courrier Socialiste. (Paris, France). Contains also copies of a letter from Goldman to anarchist comrades. 1937.
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Adama van Scheltema-Kleefstra, Annie; Müller-Lehning, Arthur and Madeleine; Nettlau, Max; Posthumus, N.W. - Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis (IISG), also: International Institute for Social History (IISH). (Amsterdam, Netherlands; Laren, Netherlands). For correspondence with Müller-Lehning in 1933 see inv.nr. 124, for correspondence with Nettlau in the years before 1938 see inv.nrs. 125-126. 1938-1939 and n.d.
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Adams de Puertas, Gwendolyn. - Spanish Refugee Relief Fund and the Spanish Northern Hospitals Committee. (London, UK). 1938 and n.d.;
Addison, Peter. (London, UK).1938;
Agronsky, Gerston. (London, UK). 1939;
Aldred, Guy A. (Glasgow, UK). 1936-1937;
The Alexander Berkman Provisional Committee. (New York, USA). 1935;
Allan, Martha. - Montreal Repertory Theatre. (Montreal, Canada). 1935;
Allan, S.J. (Hamilton, Canada). 1928;
Allen & Unwin Ltd., Publishers. (London, UK). 1937;
Alsberg, Henry G. 'Hank'. (New York, USA; Washington DC, USA). 1924-1936. Contains also a letter from Eugene G. Bloch to Alsberg with an added remark from Goldman and a letter from Alsberg to Stella Ballantine.
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Ander, L. - le libertaire. (Paris, France). 1938;
Anderson, Margaret 'Martie'. N.d.;
Andersson, John. - Sverges Arbetares Centralorganisation (SAC), Association Internationale des Travailleurs (AIT, IAA, IWMA). (Stockholm, Sweden). 1937-1939;
Antolini, Ella. (New Britain, Connecticut, USA). 1927.
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Antona, David; Vázquez, Mariano R.; Sendon, Claro J. - Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI). (Valencia, Spain). Contains also a letter of authorization of Goldman from the CNT to be their representative in England. 1937.
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Aparicio, Emilio, and Cardona Rosell, Mariano. 1938;
D. Appleton-Century Company, Publishers. (New York, USA). 1935;
Archdale, Helen A.; Cotton Sapleton, M. - Time & Tide, The Independent Weekly Review. (London, UK). 1925;
Armstrong, William; Thomson, A.W.? - Liverpool Playhouse. (Liverpool, UK). 1926-1927;
Aron, Anna. (Montreal, Canada). 1934-1935;
Association of Writers for Intellectual Liberty. (London, UK). 1938;
Astor, Lady Nancy, and Matheson, H. (London, UK; Cliveden, Taplow, UK). 1925-1926;
The Atlantic Monthly. (Boston, Massachusetts, USA). 1927;
Avery?, L.L. - The Plymouth Libertarian Group. (Plymouth, UK). N.d.;
Axelson, Carl. (Bingville, Alberta, Canada). Incomplete. 1927;
Ay, Jean. (Perpignan, France). Contains also a copy of a letter from Goldman to the manager of the railway station of Cerbère, France. 1937-1939;
Baker, S. Josephine. (Stamford, Connecticut, USA). 1932.
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Balabanoff, Angelica. (Barcelona, Spain; Vienna, Austria; Paris, France; Brussels, Belgium; Erzgebirge, Germany; New York, USA; Chicago, Illinois, USA; St. Pierre, Quiberon, France). 1925, 1931, 1934-1936, 1939 and n.d.
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Baldwin, Roger N. (New York, USA; Geneva, Switzerland). 1922-1925, 1928, 1930-1932.
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Baldwin, Roger N. (New York, USA). Contains also letters from Baldwin to Stella Ballantine and copies of letters from Baldwin to Frances Perkins, Secretary of Labor, and to Daniel W. MacCormack, Commissioner General of Immigration (Washington DC, USA). 1933-1934, June.
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Baldwin, Roger N. (New York, USA; Chilmark, Massachusetts, USA). Contains also a letter from Baldwin to Stella Ballantine and a copy of a letter from H. Stassover to Baldwin concerning Zensl Mühsam, widow of Erich Mühsam. 1934, September, - 1938.
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Ballantine, David. 1938;
Ballantine, Harry. (Beaumont, Jersey, C.I., UK). 1937;
Bank of Montreal. (Montreal, Canada). 1935-1936;
Banque Seligman. (Paris, France). 1938;
Barker, Christine Ross. (Toronto, Canada). 1935;
Barker, Mary. (Toronto, Canada). 1936;
Barnesdale, Aline. (Rapallo, Italy; Brockway, Lake Tahoe, California, USA). 1925, 1930, 1932;
Barr, Ralph. (London, UK). Contains also an incomplete letter from Goldman to Barr, an enclosed letter from the Federacion Nacional de Trabajadores de Banca, Ahorro Seguros y Afines (CNT, AIT) (Barcelona, Spain) to 'Baar' and a copy of a letter from Goldman to the Federacion. 1936, 1938-1939;
Barrett, Fannie. (Toronto, Canada). 1936-1937;
Baruta, Enrique. (Perpignan, France). 1939;
Baskette, Ewing C. (Nashville, Tennessee, USA). 1934;.
Baum, Lilly. (Paris, France). 1936;
Beard, Charles A. (New York, USA). 1928;
Beck, Gustav F. - Labor Temple School. (New York, USA). 1928, 1932, 1934.
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Bell, Thomas H. 'Tom'. (Los Angeles, California, USA). Contains also an enclosed copy of a letter from Bell to Upton Sinclair. 1926, 1929-1930, 1932-1937 and n.d.
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Belloc Lowndes, Marie. (London, UK). 1925;
Berger, Victor L. - U.S. House of Representatives. (Washington DC, USA). Contains also copies of a letter from Berger to Isaac Don Levine (New York, USA). 1927;
Bernstein, Rose. (Outremont, Canada). One first page is missing. 1935, 1939 and n.d.;
Bertoni, Luigi. (Geneva, Switzerland). 1933;
Bibby, Henry Lambert. (Kingston, New York, USA). 1934-1935;
Bing, Harold F. - The Folk House. (Bristol, UK). 1936;
Bird, A. (Norwich, UK). 1937;
The Birmingham Repertory Theatre Company. (London, UK). 1925;
Blackwell, Alice Stone. (Boston, Massachusetts, USA; Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA). Contains also a copy of translation of a letter from V. Archangelsky on behalf of Catherine Breshkovsky (Prague, Czechoslovakia). One first page is missing. 1926, 1928, 1934 and n.d.;
Blair, Eileen. 1938.
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Bluestein, Abe. - The Challenge. (New York, USA; Paris, France). 1934-1938;
Boër, Denise?. - Confédération générale du travail - syndicaliste révolutionnaire (CGT-SR). (Paris, France). 1937-1938;
Boni, Albert. - Albert & Charles Boni Inc. (New York, USA). 1926;
Bonnier, Albert. (Stockholm, Sweden). 1924-1926, 1928.
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Bony, E. (Barcelona, Spain). N.d.;
Borghi, Armando. 1928;
Bortolotti?, Arthur. 1938;
Bowditch, John. (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA). 1934;
Boyesen, Bayard. (Royalston, Massachusetts, USA). Contains also a letter from Boyesen to M. Eleanor Fitzgerald (New York, USA). 1925;
Boyle, Kay. (Nice, France). 1932;
Bradley, Preston. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). Letter from Bradley to 'Mac'. 1934;
Brailsford, H.N. - The New Leader. (London, UK). 1926;
Brainard, Clinton T. - MacLure News Paper Syndicate and Harper & Brothers, Publishers. (Berlin, Germany; New York, USA). 1922-1923;
Brandt & Kirkpatrick. (New York). 1924;
Braund, W.E. and A. (Plymouth, UK). 1936;
Breck (Brandt & Brandt, New York). 1924;
Brentano, Publishers. (London, UK). 1924;
Breshkovsky, Catherine 'Bobushka' 'Babushka'. 1917;
Briggs, Frances, and others. - The British Drama League. (London, UK). 1926, 1935-1939.
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Brockway, Fenner; Maxton, James; McNair, John. - Independent Labour Party (ILP). (London, UK) and Evans, M. Winnifred. - (ILP). (Halifax, UK). Contains also copies of letters from Brockway to others, a receipt, an enclosed letter from the Office of Works to Brockway, an enclosed letter from the Home Office to Maxton and a copy of a letter from Goldman to Goodheart, G. (London, UK), written on the back of a copy of a letter from Goldman to Brockway. 1937-1938.
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Brooker, Ben. (New York, USA). 1935;
Broun, Heywood. (New York, USA). 1927;
Curtis Brown, Ltd., International Publishing Bureau. (New York, USA). 1923;
M.L. Brown, Insurance Brokers. (Montreal, Canada). 1927;
Browne, Maurice. - Maurice Browne Ltd. (London, UK). Copies. 1935;
Bullitt Grabisch, Agatha. (Dublin, Ireland). 1936;
Burke, Thomas. (London, UK). 1938 and n.d.;
Burnett, Whit. - Story. (Vienna, Austria). 1931-1932;
Bye, George T. (New York, USA). 1929;
Caiserman Wittel, Chanane Ben Meyer. (Montreal, Canada). Contains also a copy of a letter of Caiserman to A.A. Heaps (Ottawa, Canada) and a copy of a letter and an enclosed receipt from W.S. van Valkenburgh to Caiserman. 1927-1928, 1935;
Camara Pires, I. da. (Marseiile, France). 1937-1939;
Campaux, Suzanne. (Paris, France). 1933;
Campbell, Jerome. (New York, USA). 1933-1934.
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Capes, Ben and Ida. (Chicago, Illinois, USA; St. Louis, Missouri, USA; Wichita Falls, Texas, USA; Henderson, Texas, USA; Washington DC, USA; Kirkwood, USA). Mostly letters received by Capes and sent back to Goldman. 1911, 1919, c. 1923-1931, 1933-1939. Contains also letters from his daughter Florence Capes Burnett to Goldman, 1935-1936, from Voltairine de Cleyre (Chicago, Illinois, USA) to Capes, 1911-1912, and from Berkman to Capes, 1924, 1927.
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Carbó, Eusebio. 1936-1937;
Carhart, Leila. (Rochester, New York, USA; Noroton, Connecticut, USA). 1928;
Carpenter, Edward. (Guildford, UK). 1924-1925;
Cassell & Company, Ltd., Publishers. (London, UK). 1935;
Champney?, Adeline. - The Cleveland Freethought Society. (Cleveland, Ohio, USA). 1910;
Charoff, J. (Paris, France). 1938;
Cheyney, Lucia Trent. (Stanford, Connecticut, USA). 1928;
Churchill, Stella. (London, UK; Eastdean, UK). 1937-1939;
Clarke, Ida Clyde. - Pictorial Review. (New York, USA). 1924;
Clayton, John. (Vienna, Austria). 1924;
Clements?, Sonia Edelman?1938;
Coffin, Jo 'Joe'. (Washington DC, USA). 1939;
Cohen, Mrs. Albert C. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA). 1928;
Cohen, J.L. (Toronto, Canada). Contains also a copy of a letter from Goldman to The Macmillan Company of Canada Ltd. (Toronto, Canada). 1928.
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Cohen, Joseph J.; Freedman, Samuel; Mratchny, Mark and Johanna Boetz. - Freie Arbeiter Stimme, Jewish Weekly. (New York, USA). Contains also a copy and an incomplete copy of a letter to the editor by Goldman with a postscript by Berkman concerning Saul Yanovsky and an enclosed copy of a letter from Sadie Ludlow to Freedman concerning W.S. van Valkenburgh. 1927-1929, 1931, 1935-1939 and n.d.
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Cohen, Mark G. (Toronto, Canada). 1928, 1933;
Cohn, Michael A. (New York, USA; Eliot, Maine, USA; Nice, France). 1925-1926, 1928-1933, 1936-1937;
Colby, Josephine. (Katonah, New York, USA). 1928.
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Coleman, Emily Holmes 'Demi', and Coleman, Loyd Ring 'Dick' 'Deak'. (Rochester, New York, USA; London, UK; Paris, France; Antwerp, Belgium; St. Tropez, France; Florence, Italy; Switzerland; New York, USA). 1925, 1928-1932, 1934-1935, 1938 and n.d.
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Collier, John W. - Manchester/City Left Book Club. (Sale near Manchester, UK). 1937;
W. Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. (London, UK). 1935;
Colton, James 'Jim'. (Glanamman, UK). 1936;
Colyer, W.T. (London, UK). 1936;
Comaposada, Mercedes, Frank, Louis 'Lewis' 'Leo', and Jueneman, Ilse. - Mujeres Libres, Periódico de orientación social. (Madrid, Spain; Barcelona, Spain; Collioure, France; Paris, France; New York, USA). 1936-1939;
Commins, Louis. (Los Angeles, California, USA). N.d.
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Contemporary Review, The. 1924;
Commins, Saxe. (Rochester, New York, USA; Paris, France; Saint-Cloud, France; Bearsville, New York, USA; New York, USA). Contains also letters from Commins to his mother and to Stella Ballantine. 1923-1925, 1927-1932, 1934-1936, 1938-1939 and n.d.
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Cook, Cassius V. 'C.V.' 'C.B.', Cook, Sadie L. 'Sadye' and Sprading, Charles T. - The Libertarian League. (Los Angeles, California, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from Cook to Mildred 'Midge' Mesirow. (New York, USA). 1927, 1930-1931, 1934-1936.
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Cook, Inez. 1925;
Coops, Emilie. (The Hague, Netherlands). 1935;
Corbett Ashby, Margery. (London, UK). Contains also letters of introduction of Goldman from Corbett Ashby to Mrs. Herbert and to Mrs. Hubback. 1925, 1937, 1939;
Corcoran, Norah Meade. (London, UK). Contains also an accompanying note in Dutch by the secretariat of the IISG (Amsterdam, Netherlands) concerning the filing of the letter. 1937?;
Pascal Covici, Publisher, Inc. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1927;
Covici-Friede, Publishers. (New York, USA). 1935;
Cowan, John A. (London, UK). 1937?;
Crank, Ruth. (London, UK). 1938.
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Crotch, Martha Gordon 'Auntie'. (Nice, France; Vence, France). Contains also a copy of a part of a circular from the Iberian Federation of Libertarian Youth - Federación Ibérica de Juventudes Libertarias and copies of letters from Goldman to F.W. Gaisberg, E. Gerhardt, Walter Goehr, Brian Howard (London, UK) and Lynton Hadley (Upper Warlingham near London, UK), written on the back of copies of letters from Goldman to Crotch, and an enclosed copy of a letter from Goldman to Florence and Theoff Parsons. 1936-1939.
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Crouch, Mabel Carver. (Stony Creek, Connecticut, USA). 1933-1934.
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Crouch, Mabel Carver. (Ségur, France; Stony Creek, Connecticut, USA). N.d.
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Thomas Y. Crowell Co., Publishers. (New York, USA). 1935;
Crozier, W.P. - The Manchester Guardian. (Manchester, UK). Contains also a newspaper clipping of a letter from Goldman to the editor concerning Zensl Mühsam, widow of Erich Mühsam. 1936-1939;
Cunard, Nancy. 1938;
Curti, Merle. (London, UK; Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1930-1931;
Curtiss, P.V. - United Publishers Corporation, London Office. (London, UK). 1924;
Dahlberg, Eduard. - American Quarterly; Twice a Year. (New York, USA; East Gloucester, Massachusetts, USA). 1937-1938.
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Daniel, C.W. - C.W. Daniel Company, Publishers. (London, UK). 1926-1938.
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Darling, Donald. - Generalitat de Catalunya, London Information Bureau. (London, UK). Contains also letters from Geoffrey Conley (Leeds, UK) to Darling and from Pierre Besnard (Paris, France) and Agostinho das Souses? (London, UK) to Goldman and a circular letter from Augustin Souchy (Barcelona, Spain) concerning Emidio Santana. 1936-1937;
The Dartington Hall Trustees, Arts Department. (Totnes, UK). 1935;
Davidoff, Bess 'Bessie'. (New York,USA). 1934, 1936;
Davidson, Jo. (Bormes, France; Paris, France). 1931;
Davies, F.E. (London, UK). 1938;
Davis, Pete. 1938;
Debs, Eugene Victor; Debs, Theodore. (Terre Haute, Indiana, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from W.S. van Valkenburgh to Theodore and a copy of a letter from Eugene to Harry Weinberger (New York, USA). 1926, 1928 and n.d.;
Deering, Henry. (New York, USA). 1932;
Delgado, S., and Garrec, Frédéric. - Federacion de Comités Españoles de Accion Antifascista. (Perpignan, France). Contains also a letter of authorization of Goldman from Garrec to collect goods at the railway station of Cerbère, France, written on the back of a letter from Ethel Mannin to unknown. 1938-1939 and n.d.;
Desi, Morris. (New York, USA). 1931;
Desser, Joseph 'Joe' and Millie. - Solidaridad International Antifascista Valencia, Canadian Section. (Toronto, Canada). 1926, 1934, 1936-1938;
Deutsche Freiheit, Einzige unabhängige Tageszeitung Deutschlands. (Saarbrücken, Germany). 1934.
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Dewey, John. (Key West, Florida, USA). 1938;
Dix, Mark H. (New York, USA). 1928-1929;
Döblin, Alfred. (Paris, France). 1936;
Doran, Josephine. - The Manchester Playgoers' Club. (Manchester, UK). 1936;
Dosch-Fleurot, Ann. - The New York World, Paris Office. (Paris, France). 1924, 1930;
Doster, Gustav 'Gustl'. 1934;
Doubleday, Russell; Stowe, Beecher. - Doubleday, Page & Co. (New York, USA). 1923-1925;
Dowling, Allan. (Paris, France). 1929;
Dreiser, Theodore. (Paris, France; New York, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from unknown to Dreiser and an enclosed copy of a letter from Dreiser to Pierre Laval - Ministry of the Interior (Paris, France). 1926-1929, 1931;
Duff, Charles. - United Editorial Limited, Publishers. (London, UK). 1938;
Dugdale, V. (London, UK). N.d.;
d'Eck, R. (Vence, France). 1936.
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Eckstein, Emmy. (Nice, France; St. Paul, France; Brno, Czechoslovakia; Paris, France). Contains also a letter from Eckstein to Stella Ballantine, a letter from Ian Ballantine to Eckstein and copies of circular letters from Goldman to J.W. Gossage and to H. Griffith (London, UK), written on the back of a letter from Goldman to Eckstein. 1935-1938 and n.d.
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Edmond, Tom. (Plymouth, UK). 1937-1938;
Ellis, Havelock. (Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK; London, UK; Cadgwith, Ruan Minor, UK; Henley-on-Thames, UK). 1924-1926, 1928, 1937;
Engelmann, Th. (München-Gräfelfing, Germany). 1932;
Engholm, Nancy. (London, UK). 1937;
England, Kitty. (London, UK). 1937;
Epstein, Jacob. (London, UK). 1929;
Epstein, Marc. - Marstin Press. (New York, USA). 1934;
Ernst, M.M. - Garden City Publishing Company. (New York). 1936-1938;
Erskine, John. (New York, USA). 1928;
Evans, Elizabeth Glendower, also: Evans, Glendover (Boston, Massachusetts, USA). 1927.
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Fàbregas, Joan Pau. (Barcelona, Spain). 1936;
Fadiman, Clifton 'Kip'. (New York, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from Fadiman to Arthur Leonard Ross. 1932;
Falk, G. (Liverpool, UK). 1938;
Farrer, W. - Anarcho-Syndicalist Union. (London, UK). 1937;
Farrar & Rinehart, Publishers. (New York, USA). 1935;
Fearon, George. (Kenilworth, UK). 1936;
Federativs Förlag, also: Bokförlaget Federativ. (Stockholm, Sweden). 1924;
Federn-Kohlhaas, Etta. (Berlin, Germany). 1932;
Feiwel, Mary. (London, UK; Jerusalem, Palestine). 1937;
Fels, Joseph. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA). 1910;
Ffrangcon-Davies, Gwen. 1938;
Finnmore, Alma V. - Soviet Embassy, London (UK). 1937;
Fishman, Jake. (New York, USA). 1927;
Fjellstedt?, Inga. 1928;
Flynn, Edw. J. - Local Socialist Party of America. (Kansas City, Missouri, USA). 1934;
Ford, Ford Madox. 1938;
Fordham, - . 1939;
Forrest, William. 1938;
Foulke, William Dudley. (Richmond, Indiana, USA). 1928;
Foyle, Christina. - W & G Foyle Ltd, Booksellers. (London, UK). 1933.
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Francis, William Henry. (Cos Cob, Connecticut,USA). 1934;
Frank, Glenn. - The Century Magazine. (New York, USA). 1924-1925;
Franklin, Cecil A. - George Routledge and Sons Ltd. and Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. (London, UK). 1938;
Fraser, Ted. (New York, USA). 1932;
Fraser, William. - The People's Forum of Montreal. (Outremont, Canada). 1926-1927;
Frederickson, Lenore. (Los Angeles, California, USA). 1933;
Fredrics, Clara; Freedman, Clara; Weinrebe, Roman; White, Jack. - Vanguard Group and Vanguard, a libertarian communist journal. (New York, USA). 1935, 1938 and n.d.;
Freeman, Alden. (East Orange, New Jersey, USA; Miami Beach, Florida, USA). Contains also copies of a letter from Freeman to Alfred A. Knopf. 1911, 1932 and n.d.;
Fromkin, Morris. (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; New York, USA). 1934-1935;
Frumkin, A. (New York, USA). 1934;
Fyfe, Henry Hamilton. - The Daily Herald. (London, UK). 1925;
Fijlstra, Piet. (Sneek, Netherlands). Contains also copies of letters from Goldman to Alfred A. Knopf and part of a leaflet News of Borzoi Books, Alfred A. Knopf (New York, USA). 1937, 1939.
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Galve, Nemesio, also: Galvez, Nemesio; Mascarell, Manuel; Morin, Emilienne; Roca, Facundo. - Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI). (Paris, France). Contains also two letters from Galve to Ralph Barr and copies of letters to Galve written on the back of copies of circular letters from Goldman to G. von Harten, to Miss Hubbard and to R. Hyatt (London, UK). 1936-1939.
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Ganesh & Co., Publishers. (Madras, India). 1924;
The Garrick Playhouse. (Altrincham, UK). 1933;
Gay, Jan 'Helen'. (Broad Campden near Chipping Campden, UK; New York, USA). 1930-1931;
Germain, A. - Bureau d'information et de presse. (Paris, France). 1938;
Gershoy, Ida. (London, UK). N.d.;
Gerson, T. Perceval. (Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA). 1929-1930, 1932;
Gibbs?, T.H.?1938.
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Giesecke-Rogers, Dorothy 'Giessecke', and Laddon, Esther. - Toronto Libertarian Group. (Scarborough Bluffs, Ontario, Canada). Contains also enclosed copies of a letter from Giesecke to Hans Kuijsten - Internationaal Anti-Militaristisch Bureau (IAMB) (Netherlands) and to CNT-FAI (Barcelona, Spain). 1935-1939.
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Gleditsch, Ellen. (Oslo, Norway). 1932;
Gleiser, S. (London, UK). 1937;
The Globe (Toronto, Canada). 1927;
Gold, Michael; Stout, Ruth. - New Masses. (New York, USA). Contains also an enclosed letter from Stout to Charles Recht. 1926, 1930;
Goldberg, K. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1936;
Golding, Louis. (London, UK). 1937-1939.
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Goldman, Herman. (Rochester, New York, USA). 1932-1933;
Goldman, Joseph 'Joe', and Goldman, Thelma. - Rocker Publication Committee. (Chicago, Illinois, USA; Toronto, Canada; Madison, Wisconsin, USA). Contains also an enclosed letter and copies of the letter from Emma Goldman to the anarchist Conference Committee (August 1934) and part of a letter from Joe Goldman to unknown. 1932-1936;
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Goldman, Morris 'Maische' 'Maischel' 'Maishale' 'Moishe' 'Moishale', and Goldman, Babsie 'Babs'. (Maywood, Chicago, Illinois, USA; Knoxville, Iowa, USA; Des Moines, Iowa, USA; Northport, New York, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from Goldman to Dr. Silbert (New York, USA) with names crossed out. 1928-1932, 1934-1939.
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Goldring, Douglas. (London, UK). 1938;
Goldstein, Marjorie. (Montreal, Canada; Westmount, Canada). 1935, 1937-1939;
Goldwater, A.L. (New York, USA). 1928, 1938;
Goldsmith, Mary. (Paris, France). 1931;
Gollancz, Victor; Legend, Sheila. Victor Gollancz, Ltd. (London, UK). 1936;
Gomez, Amador. (Faringdon, UK). 1938;
Goosens, Sidonia. 1938;
Gorska, Valia. (Penn near High Wycombe, UK). 1936;
Götze, Elly 'Elli'. (Paris, France; Haslum near Oslo, Norway). With a copy of a letter of reference from Goldman. 1938-1939;
Grant, John E. (Surbiton, UK). 1937;
Greet, Ben. (London, UK). 1925;
Griffith, Grace. (London, UK). 1938;
Grosser, David. (Boston, Massachusetts, USA). 1934;
Grosser, Philip B. (Roxburg, Massachusetts, USA). 1930;
Grundy, J. Owen; Longo, John R. (Jersey City, New Jersey, USA; Secaucus, New Jersey, USA). 1938-1939;
Gube, Walter. (Esbjerg, Denmark). 1938.
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Gudell, Martin; Herrera, Pedro; Vázquez, Mariano R. - Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI). (Barcelona, Spain). Contains also: Herrera, Pedro. - Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA). (Barcelona, Spain). Contains also a letter from Gudell to Ralph Barr (London, UK). 1936-1937.
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Gudell, Martin; Herrera, Pedro; Vázquez, Mariano R. - Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI). (Barcelona, Spain). Contains also: Herrera, Pedro; Sánchez Saornil, Lucía. - Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA). (Barcelona, Spain). 1938, January - March.
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Gudell, Martin; Herrera, Pedro; Prince, J.; Sousa, Germinal de; Vázquez, Mariano R. - Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI). (Barcelona, Spain). Contains also: Herrera, Pedro; Sánchez Saornil, Lucía. - Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA). (Barcelona, Spain). 1938, April - May.
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Gudell, Martin; Herrera, Pedro; Prince, J.; Fernández, Angeles; Rueda Ortiz, J.; Sousa, Germinal de; Vázquez, Mariano R. - Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI). (Barcelona, Spain; Paris, France). Contains also: Herrera, Pedro; Sánchez Saornil, Lucía. - Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA) and Editorial Tierra y Libertad. (Barcelona, Spain; Paris, France). Contains also a letter from Wolf, Charles, (Paris, France) to Goldman and a part of copy of a letter from Goldman written on the back of a copy of a letter from Goldman of June 8th 1938 to Herbert Read. 1938, June - November.
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Gudell, Martin; Herrera, Pedro; ; Vázquez, Mariano R. - Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI). (Barcelona, Spain; Paris, France). Contains also: Herrera, Pedro; Kon, Christina; Baruta Vilá, M.; Sánchez Saornil, Lucía. - Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA) and Editorial Tierra y Libertad. (Barcelona, Spain; Perpgnan, France; Paris, France). Contains also a letter from the SIA to Reginald Reynolds (London, UK). 1938, December, -1939.
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Guggenheim, Marguerite 'Peggy', and Vail, Laurence. (New York, USA; Pramousquier, Le Lavandou, France; Paris, France; Stockholm, Sweden; Bad Reichenhall, Germany). Contains also a postscript by Emily 'Demi' Holmes Coleman. 1926-1931, 1933, 1939 and n.d;
Gyldendalske Boghandel Nordisk Forlag. (Copenhagen, Denmark). Contains also a copy of a letter from Goldman to Grant Richards Ltd.1924;
Hale, Robert S. (Boston, Massachusetts, USA). 1932.
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Hall, Bolton. (New York, USA). 1908-1913, 1915-1917, 1928-1929, 1932, 1934, 1936 and n.d. Contains also a letter from Alexander Berkman, a letter and tax receipt from Westchester County (Chappaqua, New York, USA) and copies of a letter from Harry Weinberger to Hall. 1907, 1916 and 1928.
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Hall, Hilda. (New York, USA). 1933;
Hall, Roger. (Fall River, Massachusetts, USA). 1938;
Halperin, Aaron and Julia. (Oak Park, Illinois, USA; Miami Beach, Florida, USA). 1934-1935, 1938;
Halperin, Lucille. (Paris, France). 1935;
Handshear, J. (St. Louis, Missouri, USA). 1935;
Hanson, Arthur. (London, UK). 1937;
Hapgood, William P. (Indianapolis, Indiana, USA); Hapgood, Hutchins. (Winchester, New Hampshire, USA; New York, USA; Vence, France); Hapgood, Powers. (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, USA). 1927-1930, 1932;
Harcourt, Brace & Co. (New York, USA). 1935;
Harding, Stan. (London, UK). 1924-1925;
Harmon, Lillian. - Lucifer, The Light Bearer. (Parsons, West Virginia, USA; Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1928;
Harper & Brothers, Publishers. (New York, USA). 1935.
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Harris, Frank, also: Harris, James Thomas, and O'Hara, Nellie. (Berlin, Germany; Nice, France; Paris, France; Biarritz, France; New York, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from Harris to Fischer Verlag A.G. (Berlin, Germany). 1923-1932, 1936, 1938 and n.d.
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Harrison?, James. 1938;
Harrison, May. 1938;
Haskell, Arnold L. (London, UK). 1933;
Hawkes, John. (Regina, Canada). 1926;
Hayes, Arthur Garfield. (New York, USA). 1927;
William Heinemann Ltd. (London, UK). 1935;
Hellman, George S. (New York, USA). 1923;
Hennacy, Ammon A. (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA). 1936;
Henneberger, Werner. - Gilde freiheitlicher Bücherfreunde (GfB). (Berlin, Germany). 1932;
Hepworth, Barbara. 1939;
Herlick, C.M. (Toronto, Canada). 1928, 1933;
Hersch, Virginia. (New York, USA; Paris, France; Toulon, France). 1931 and n.d.;
Herzfelde, - . (Prague, Czechoslovakia). 1933;
Hessell Tiltman, Hugh and Marucia. (London, UK). 1932-1933;
Hewett, R.P.1938;
Hillmann, Alex L. - Hillmann-Curl, Inc., Book Publishers. (New York, USA). 1937;
Hinton, John. (Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA). 1932;
Hirschfeld, Magnus. (Paris, France). 1933;
Hoagland, Sue. (New York, USA). 1935;
Hochstein, David. (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA). 1927;
Hochstein, Helena Zodokoff. 1918;
Hochstein, Hymen. (New York, USA). 1931;
Hogan, John. (Buffalo, New York, USA). 1934;
Hogarth?, Margaret Ch. (London, UK). Letter of introduction of Goldman from (Hogarth) to Miss? McLachlan?1924;
Holman, Phyllis. - Committee for Spanish refugee children. (Street, Somerset, UK). 1937.
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Holmes, John Haynes. (New York, USA). Contains also a letter from Holmes to Mabel Carver-Crouch (Stony Creek, Connecticut, USA) and from Holmes to Stella Ballantine (New York, USA). 1928-1929, 1932-1937.
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Holmes, Marion. (Berkeley, California). 1933;
Holtz, J. - The Workmen's Circle / Arbeiter Ring. (Los Angeles, California, USA). 1927, 1936;
Hopkins, Prince, also: Prynce. (London, UK). 1924-1925, 1928;
Hornstein, Fred. (Mount Brydges, Canada). 1927;
Horwitch, C. - The National Tailors Union of Sub-Divisional Workers. (London, UK). 1924;
Hourwich, Iskander. (New York, USA). 1928;
Housman, Laurence. (Street, Somerset, UK). 1938-1939 and n.d.;
Howard, Brian. 1938;
Howard, Roy W. - Scripps-Howard Newspapers. (New York, USA). 1937;
Howe, Jenney. 1934;
Huch, Ricarda. (Leipzig, Germany). 1924;
Hughes, Alice. (Rochester, New York, USA). 1934;
Huxley, Aldous. (Rhinebeck, New York, USA; Hollywood, California, USA). 1938 and n.d.;
Iglesias, Pepita; Muigo, D. - Federación Ibérica Juventudes Libertarias (FIJL). (Paris, France). 1938 and n.d.
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Inglis, Agnes. (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA). 1925-1926, 1928-1932.
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Ishill, Joseph, and Freeman-Ishill, Rose. - The Free Spirit Press, The Oriole Press. (Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, USA). 1926-1930.
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Ishill, Joseph, and Freeman-Ishill, Rose. - The Oriole Press. (Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, USA). Contains also a letter from Ishill to Stella Ballantine. 1931-1935.
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Jackson, Barry. - The Birmingham Repertoire Theatre. (Birmingham, UK). 1937;
Jacob, Fred. - The Mail and Empire. (Toronto, Canada). 1926;
Jacobs, Sid. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1927;
Jaffe, Gussie. (Montreal, Canada). 1935;
James, C.L.N.d.;
James, May D. (Denver, Colorado, USA). 1928;
Javsicas, Gabriel and Erma, also: Jawschitz, Gaby and Irma. (La Rochelle, France; Paris, France). 1927, 1935-1936;
Jensen, Albert and Elise. - Arbetaren. (Stockholm, Sweden). 1924, 1932, 1938-1939 and n.d.;
E. Jespersens Forlag. (Copenhagen, Denmark). 1923;
Jewish Biographical Bureau. (New York, USA). 1928;
The Jewish Ledger. (Rochester, New York, USA). 1934;
Joachim, M. (London, UK). 1938;
Johnstown Democrat. (Johnstown, Pennsylvania, USA). N.d.;
Jolas, Eugene and Maria. - Transition. (Paris, France). 1932;
Jones, I.J. - Workers Educational Association, Neath Branch. (Neath, UK). 1933;
Jones, Laurence C. (Piney Woods, Mississippi, USA). 1935.
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Jong, Albert de. - Internationaal Anti-Militaristisch Bureau (IAMB), secrétariat Bureau International Antimilitariste (BIA) (Haarlem, Netherlands) and De syndicalist (Heemstede, Netherlands), and Jong, Wim. - De wapens neder, Orgaan der IAMV in Nederland (The Hague, Netherlands). Contains also a copy of a letter from De Jong to Zenzl Mühsam (Prague, Czechoslovakia). 1928-1929, 1931-1939.
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Jordan, Philip, Chater, A.G., Pearse, C.M., Salzburg, Saul. - Alfred A. Knopf Ltd., Borzoi Books. (London, UK); Aaron, Manley M., Knopf, Alfred A., Meyer, R., Shair, Ruth M. - Alfred A. Knopf Inc., Borzoi Books. (New York, USA; London, UK; Paris, France). Contains also a copy of a circular letter from Knopf to friends, a copy of a telegram from Horace Liveright (New York, USA) to Goldman and a copy of a letter by unknown to Knopf. 1927, 1929-1933, 1935-1937.
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Kaminski, Hanns-Erich 'Fum', and Karfunkel, Anita. (Paris, France). Contains also copies of letters from Goldman to Dr. Unger and to Mr. Usher (London, UK), written on the back of a letter from Goldman to Kaminski. 1936-1939;
Kapp, Phillip. - Dress and Waistmakers' Union of Greater New York. (New York, USA). 1936;
Karlin, Alexander. (New York, USA). 1931-1932;
Kater?, Fritz. N.d.;
Kauffman, Reginald Wright. - The Washington Post. (Washington DC, USA). 1936;
Keell-Wolfe, Thomas 'Tom' and Lilian Wolfe. - Freedom Press. (Stroud, UK). 1924, 1927, 1929-1931, 1934, 1936, 1938.
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Kelly, Harry. (SS Providence; Peekskill, New York, USA; New Rochelle, New York, USA). Contains also a letter from Kelly to Stella Ballantine and enclosed correspondence of Kelly with Morris L. Ernst - Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst (New York,USA). 1927, 1929, 1932, 1934-1938.
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Kennan, Ellen A. (New York, USA). 1927, 1931-1932;
Kerr, Stewart. (New Milford, Connecticut, USA). 1937-1938;
Keun, Odette. (Grasse, France). 1924-1925;
Kiefer, Daniel. (Cincinnati, Ohio, USA). 1922;
Kimmel?, Sonia. (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA). 1931;
Kimmelman, Bessie. (Los Angeles, California, USA). 1927, 1934.
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Kimmerling, Grace, and Wellington, Alex 'Alec'. (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA). 1929-1932, 1934-1935.
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Kinzinger, Edmund Daniel, and Kinzinger, Alice Fish. (Munich, Germany). 1932;
Kirschner, E.A. (Jerusalem, Palestine; Tel Aviv, Palestine). 1937;
Kirschner, Max. (London, UK). 1937;
Kirschner, Zelda. (Jerusalem, Palestine). 1937;
Kisliuk, Lillian. (Washington DC, USA). 1938;
Klaus, Samuel. (New York, USA). 1930;
Klingenberg, - .1931;
Koldofsky, Semion 'Simion' and Liza. (London, UK). 1936;
Kopeloff, Nicholas. (New York, USA). 1935-1936, 1939;
Kramer, Henrietta. (New York, USA). 1932;
Kramer, Leon. - Leon Kramer, Books. (New York, USA). 1938-1939;
Kress, Melville. (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA). 1937;
Kropotkin, Peter. (Cambridge, UK; Moscow, Russia). 1903, 1920 and n.d.;
Kungl. Telegrafstyrelsen. (Stockholm, Sweden). 1922;
Kutna, Paula and G. (Brno, Czechoslovakia). 1930, 1936.
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La Dame, I. (Jacksonville, Florida, USA). N.d.;
La Verne, Lucille. (London, UK). 1925;
Landau, Katia. (Paris, France). 1938;
Lang, Harry; Lang, Lucy Robins; Vladeck, Baruch Charney. - Jewish Daily Forward. (New York, USA). 1929-1932, 1935;
Langbord, Morris and Beckie; Langbord, Eva. (Toronto, Canada; Pickering, Canada). Contains also a greeting card from the families Langbord, Steinberg, Desser and Seltzer (Toronto, Canada) to Goldman. 1934-1937;
Langner, Lawrence, and Marshall, Armina. - The Theatre Guild (New York, USA) and Westport Country Playhouse (Westport, Connecticut, USA). 1927-1928, 1934;.
Lasker, A.D.1914;
Laski, Harold J. (London, UK). 1924-1925, 1937;
Lavers, Thomas 'Tommy' and Nell 'Nellie'. (Bristol, UK; Budleigh Salterton, UK; Birmingham, UK). 1928, 1935-1936 and n.d.;
Leavitt, Mary. (New York, USA). 1932-1933;
Leech, Frank. - Anti-Parliamentary Communist Federation. (Glasgow, UK). 1937;
Lerner, Miriam. (New York, USA). 1932, 1939.
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Levey, Jeanne and Jay. (Chicago, Illinois, USA; New York, USA). Contains also an enclosed copy of a letter from Baruch Charney Vladeck to Levey. 1934-1939.
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Levi, Lucille. (Toronto, Canada). 1934;
Levine, Isaac Don. (Berlin, Germany; Paris, France; New York, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from Victor L. Berger - U.S. House of Representatives (Washington DC, USA) to Levine. 1924-1927, 1931, 1934.
Levy, Hyman. 1938;
Lewis, Chris 'Christy', and Gibson, Julie F. 'Auntie'. (Bristol, UK); (?), Edie. (Portishead, UK). Contains also correspondence of Lewis with Ralph Barr. 1927, 1936-1938;
Lewis, Sinclair, and Thompson, Dorothy. 1931, 1939;
Li Yaotang, also: Li Yoo Tong, also: Li Pei, also: Ba Jin. (Paris, France). 1927-1928;
Library of Congress, Copyright Office. (Washington DC, USA). Copy of a letter from the Library to Doubleday, Page & Company, publishers. (New York, USA). 1923;
Liebovitz, D. (Lake Placid, New York, USA). 1927;
Lindsey, Ben Barr. (Wichita Falls, Texas, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA). 1928, 1931. Contains also a copy of a letter fom W.S. van Valkenburgh to Lindsey. (New York, USA). 1928;
J.B. Lippincott Co., Publishers. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA). 1935-1936;
Little, J.C. (London, UK). 1938;
J.J. Little & Ives Company, printers. (New York, USA). 1923;
Liveright, Horace; Smith, T.R. - Boni & Liveright, Publishers. (New York, USA); Hanline, Maurice A. (Paris, France; London, UK). One last page is incomplete, for complete copy see above: Correspondence of W.S. van Valkenburgh. 1927-1929;
Livshis, Peter. (Hutchinson, Kansas, USA; Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1926.
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Loan?, Grace. (Denver, Colorado, USA). 1932;
London Anarchist Groups. (London, UK). 1925;
Lopez, P. - Fragua Social. (Valencia, Spain). Translation of a letter to various people. 1937;
Lord, Ann. (Chicago, Illinois, USA; New York, USA). 1934-1937 and n.d.;
Louzon, Robert. (Cannes, France). 1938-1939;
Low, Robert 'Bob', and Low, Ruth 'Ruffus' Commins. (Weehawken, New Jersey, USA; Wickersham, Washington, USA; Rochester, New York, USA; Tenafly, New Jersey, USA). 1928-1931, 1934-1935.
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Lowenberg, W.B.1927;
Lowensohn, Minna. (New York, USA). Contains also a postscript and a letter from Lowensohn to Alexander Berkman. 1927, 1930, 1935-1936;
Lusskin, Abe and Libby. (Englewood, New Jersey, USA). 1931-1933, 1935-1936;
Lynch, H. (Toronto, Canada). 1926-1927;
Lyons, Eugene. 1938;
Macaulay Publishing Co. (New York, USA). 1927;
Mace, A.B. (London, UK). 1927, 1936;
Mainwaring, Sam. (Neath, Glamorgan, UK). 1936-1938;
Makeev, Nicholas V., and Abramovna, Rachele. (Paris, France). 1932;
Malleson, Miles. (London, UK). 1937-1938;
Malmed, Leon. 1915, 1917, 1923, 1938;
Manchester Guardian (Manchester). 1924.
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Mannin, Ethel. (London, UK; Copenhagen, Denmark; Cavalière, France; Hyères, France). - Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA), International Anti-Fascist Solidarity, English section. (London, UK). Contains also enclosed copies of a dedicatory letter to Goldman, contents and the section relating to Goldman of Women and the Revolution, a book by Mannin published in 1938, and an enclosed letter from R. Cowley - Birmingham University Socialist Club (Birmingham, UK) to Mannin. 1933-1935, 1937 and n.d.
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Mannin, Ethel. (London, UK; Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia; Split, Yugoslavia; Paris, France; Davos, Switzerland; Abisko, Sweden). - Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA), International Anti-Fascist Solidarity, English section. (London, UK). 1938-1939 and n.d.
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Manning, Nathalie B., wife of: Manning, James 'Jim' Leeds. (East Hampton, New York, USA). 1936;
Margolis, Jacob 'Jake' and Helena 'Lena'. - The Detroit Jewish Chronicle. (Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, USA; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Edmonton, Canada; New York, USA). Letters from 1915-1916 received by Margolis and sent back to Goldman. Contains also an abscense apology from Mrs. Adams, written on a circular letter from Margolis - Emma Goldman Drama Course. 1915-1916, 1926-1928, 1930.
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Marks, Lawrence. (Montreal, Canada). Contains also an enclosed letter from the Department of National Revenue (Ottawa, Canada) to Marks. 1935-1936;
Marsden, F.M. - Best & Company (Bookbinders) Ltd. (London, UK). Contains also an enclosed letter from E. Millington-Drake (Buenos Aires, Argentina) to Goldman and a copy of a letter from Stella Ballantine to Marsden. 1934;
Marsh, Dorothy. (New York, USA). 1930-1931;
Martin, Fidel. (London, UK). 1937;
Martínez, Víctor. - Cultura Proletaria, Periódico de ideas, doctrina y combate. (New York, USA). 1934-1936;
Masters, Edgar Lee. 1935;
Mawa. (Barcelona, Spain). 1938-1939.
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Maximov, Grigorii Petrovich and Olga 'Olia' 'Olya', also: Maximoff, Gregory Petrovich and Olga, also: Urkevich, Maksimov. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1927, 1930-1931;
McBride, Robert M. (New York, USA). 1935;
McCall's Magazine. (New York, USA). 1924;
McCarthy, Cliff. (St. Louis, Missouri, USA). 1931;
McCarthy, John. (Cleveland, Ohio, USA). 1935;
McCleland, Olga Y. - National Joint Committee for Spanish Relief. (London, UK). 1938;
McCord, Mary Rose. (New York, USA). 1928;
McCullough, Billy 'Billee' and Perry. (Laguna Beach, California, USA). 1929;
McGill, Margaret - Women's Canadian Club. (Orillia, Canada). 1927;
McKnight, Richard George. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1933;
Meltzer, Albert. - Anarchist Federation of Britain (AFB), North London Branch. (London, UK). 1939; Contains also copies of correspondence from Meltzer with Martin Gudell - Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT). 1937 and n.d.;
Mencken, Henry L. - The American Mercury. (New York, USA). Letters from D.S. Hager (Los Angeles, California, USA) and William (?) (New York, USA) to the editor. 1931;
Mendelsohn, Lillian and William Arthur 'Will'. (New York, USA). 1938-1939.
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Mesirow, Mildred 'Midge' and Nicholas S. 'Nic' 'Nick'. (New York, USA; Fabyan, New Hampshire, USA). 1931-1936 and n.d.
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Meyer, Ernest L. - The Capital Times. (Madison, Wisconsin, USA). Contains also an enclosed newspaper clipping concerning Goldman. 1934;
Meyer, Håkon. - Det 20de Århundrede. (Oslo, Norway). 1932;
Meyers, Sidney S. (New York, USA). 1927;
Michaïlis, Karin. (Thurø near Svendborg, Denmark; Vienna, Austria; Berlin, Germany; New Rochelle, New York, USA). Contains also a postcard from (?) (Copenhagen, Denmark) to Michaïlis and a letter from Genia Schwarzwald (Zurich, Switzerland) to Goldman. 1908, 1923-1925, 1929-1932, 1934, 1936-1937.
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Millikin, Mark. (Hamilton, Ohio, USA). 1934;
Mitchell, Charles Henry. (Oak Park, Illinois, USA). 1937-1938;
Mitchell, E.J. (Toronto, Canada). 1927;
Mitchell, Peter Chalmers. (London, UK). 1938;
Molt, Emil. (Stuttgart, Germany). 1923;
Monck, Nugent. - Ninham's Court. (Norwich, UK). 1935;
Mondadori, Publishers. (Italy). 1924;
Moore, Fred H. (Boston, Massachusetts, USA). 1923;
Moore Jr., Harry Thornton. (Los Angeles, California, USA; Barrington, Illinois, USA). 1932, 1935;
Morison, Samuel Eliot, and Greene, Elizabeth S. (Oxford, UK). 1924-1925;
Morris, - . 1937;
Morton, James F. (Paterson, New Jersey, USA). 1928;
Mühsam, Erich and Zensl. (Berlin, Germany; Prague, Czechoslovakia). Contains also postscripts from Goldman to Meta Kraus-Fessel and to Friedel Falker and a copy of a letter from Rudolf Rocker to Mühsam. 1929, 1931, 1934-1935;
Muigo, D. - Iberian Federation of Libertarian Youth - Federación Ibérica de Juventudes Libertarias. (Valencia, Spain). 1938;
Müller-Lehning, Arthur. - Internationale Arbeiders Associatie (IAA). (Madrid, Spain). For correspondence after 1933 see inv.nr. 46. 1933;
Mullins, Alicia. 1925;
Munter, Paul. (New York, USA). 1931;
Murobuse, Koshin. (Tokyo, Japan). N.d.;
Murphy, K.M. - Linguaphone Institute. (London, UK). 1937;
Mussier, A. (St. Tropez, France; La Ciotat, France). 1928-1930, 1933;
Mycroft, Walter C. - British International Pictures (BIP). (Elstree, UK). 1936;
G.A. Natesan & Co. (Madras, India). 1924;
The National Council of Women. (London, UK). 1937;
Neagoe, Peter. (Mirmande, France). 1931, 1934;
Nelson, Walter?1929.
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Nettlau, Max. (Vienna, Austria; Geneva, Switzerland; Zurich, Switzerland; Barcelona, Spain). 1923-1930.
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Nettlau, Max. (Vienna, Austria; Barcelona, Spain; Ascona, Switzerland; Amsterdam, Netherlands). For correspondence after 1937 see inv.nr. 46. 1931-1937.
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Nevison, H.W.1924, 1938;
The New York Public Library. (New York, USA). 1934;
The New York Times, London Office. (London, UK). 1925;
Newlander, Carolus 'Carl'. (San Francisco, California, USA; Toronto, Canada). Letters from 1918 and 1921-1923 received by Newlander and sent back to Goldman. Contains also letters from Alexander Berkman, from Richard G. Badger Publisher (Boston, Massachsetts, USA) and from Ben Reitman to Newlander and a list of stored books and pamphlets from Mother Earth Book Shop. 1918, 1921-1923, 1925, 1934;
Newman, Edgar G. (Paris, France). 1937-1938;
Newman, Emma. N.d.;
Noble, Edmund. (Malden, Massachusetts, USA). N.d.;
The Northern Transport Agency Ltd. (London, UK). N.d.;
Norton & Company, Publishers. (New York, USA). 1935;
Nuss, Louise. (New York, USA). 1930;
O.B.U. Forum Committee. (Winnipeg, Canada). 1926;
O'Brien, Conor Cruise. - College Historical Society, Trinity College, Dublin. (Dublin, Ireland). 1937;
O'Hare, Kate Richards. (New York, USA). 1924-1925, 1931;
O'Shaughnessy, Eileen, wife of Eric Blair, also: George Orwell. (Wallington near Baldock, UK). 1938.
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The Observer. (UK). N.d.;
Olay, Maximiliano and Anna. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1934-1935;
Older, Fremont. - The San Francisco Call. (San Francisco, California, USA). 1929-1932;
Oliver, Mary. (Richmond, UK). 1935;
Opffer, Emil. (Odense, Denmark). Contains also a postcard from Opffer to Alexander Berkman. 1932;
Owen, William Charles. (Hythe, UK; Storrington, UK). 1925, 1929;
Park, Alice. (Palo Alto, California, USA). 1934;
Parry, J.E.L. (Glanamman, UK). 1936;
Paterson, E.G. - New Earswick Dramatic Society. (York, UK). 1925;
Peacock, Marjorie 'Marjory'. (Nassau, Bahamas; London, UK). 1929-1930;
Pearson, Sidney Vere. (Mundesley, UK). 1937-1938;
Peck, Alexander. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1927;
Agence F. Pélet. (St. Tropez, France). 1937;
Perez, Jesus. (Marseille, France). 1938-1939.
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Pesotta, Rose. - International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU). (Seattle, Washington, USA; New York, USA; Montreal, Canada; New York, USA; Washington DC, USA; Boston, Massachusetts, USA). Contains also letters from Pesotta to Stella Ballantine. 1935-1939;
Pfemfert, - . (Berlin, Germany). 1924;
Photiades, George. (London, UK). 1938;
Picqueray, May. 1937;
Pirani, Max. 1938;
Polizei-Präsidium Berlin, Abteilung Ia. (Berlin, Germany). 1922;
Pollitt, Harry. - Communist Party of Great Britain. (London, UK). Pamphlet with marginal note written by Goldman. 1939;
Pond, James B. - Pond Lecture Bureau Inc. (New York, USA). Contains also a letter from Wm.J. van Essen - Pittsburgh Educational Society, A Free Forum (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA) to Pond. 1934;
Posner, Henriette. (Rochester, New York, USA). 1934;
Post Office Director. (Geneva, Switzerland). Contains also copies of a letter to various newspapers and others and enclosed copy of a letter from the Post Office Director, published in Le Reveil. 1938;
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Powys, John Cowper. (Corwen, UK). Contains also a copy of a similar letter to Havelock Ellis. 1936-1938.
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Preston, - . 1936;
Puig Elias, Juan. 1938;
Putnam, - . 1931;
Ramus, Pierre and Sonja, also: Großmann, Rudolf and Sophie. 1936;
Raney, Rebekah 'Reb', also: 'San Francisco woman'. (San Francisco, California, USA). 1925, 1929;
Rasmussen, Hans. (Svendborg, Denmark). 1936-1938;
Rathbone, Eleanor. (London, UK). 1937, 1939;
Rea, Alec L.; Whitworth, Geoffrey. - The British Drama League. (London, UK). 1938-1939;
Read, Herbert. (Seer Green near Beaconsfield, UK). 1938-1939;
Reedy, William Marion. - The Mirror, Reedy's Paper. (St. Louis, Missouri, USA). 1911;
Reeves, J.1938;
Erich Reiß Verlag. (Berlin, Germany). 1929.
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Reitman, Ben L. 'Hobo'. (Chicago, Illinois, USA; Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA; Seattle, Washington, USA; Cody, Wyoming, USA). Contains also an enclosed copy of a letter from Manuel Komroff - Boni & Liveright, Publishers (New York, USA) to Reitman. 1909, 1912, 1925-1930. Contains also letters from Evangelina Bessenberg - Free Speech Committee (New York, USA) and Frank P. Walsh (Kansas City, Missouri, USA) to Reitman and a signed copy of a letter to the editor from William Dudley Foulke (Richmond, Indiana, USA) to an unknown newspaper in Chicago. 1910-1911, 1928.
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Reitman, Ben L. 'Hobo'. (Chicago, Illinois, USA; Battle Creek, Michigan, USA; New York, USA). Contains also a letter from Reitman to unknown 'Lioness', a contract with a storage company and enclosed copies of letters from Reitman to Louis Adamic (New York, USA), to Edith Adams, to "my darling son" and to William J. Robinson (New York, USA). 1931-1937, 1939 and n.d.
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République Française, Bibliothèque et Musée de la Guerre. (Paris, France). 1924;
Reynold's Illustrated News. (London, UK). 1936;
Rhee, - . 1937;
Rhondda, Lady. (London, UK). 1924-1925;
Grant Richards Ltd., Publishers. (London, UK). See also: Gyldendalske Boghandel. 1924;
Richards, Vernon, also: Recchioni, Vero. - Spain and the World. (London, UK). 1937-1938 and n.d.;
Rice, Elmer. (New York, USA). 1934-1935;
Richthofen, Frieda von, widow of H.D. Lawrence. (London, UK). c. 1933;
Rider, Dan. (London, UK). 1936;
Riley, Amy. (London, UK). 1937;
Rinn, Joseph F. (New York, USA). 1928;
Roberton, Arnold. (Calgary, Canada). 1939;
Robeson, Paul and Eslanda 'Essie'. (London, UK; Universal City, California, USA). 1930, 1935-1938;
Robinson, Sadie L. - International Sacco-Vanzetti Committee. (New York, USA). 1927-1928;
Robinson, William J. (New York, USA). 1932, 1934;
Robson, Flora. (London, UK). 1937;
Roca, Emilia. 1939.
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Rocker, Rudolf, and Witkop, Milly. (Dresden, Germany; Berlin, Germany; Toronto, Canada; Stockholm, Sweden; Montreal, Canada; Towanda, Pennsylvania, USA; Madrid, Spain; Oberschreiberhau - Szklarska Poręba Gorna, Poland; Offenbach a/M., Germany; Zurich, Switzerland; London, Great Britain; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA; San Francisco, California, USA; New York, USA). 1925, 1927-1934.
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Rocker, Rudolf, and Witkop, Milly. (New York, USA; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Towanda, Pennsylvania, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA; Croton on Hudson, New York, USA; Crompond, New York, USA). Contains also a letter from Goldman to Rocker, written on the back of a copy of a circular letter from Goldman to Grey Wornum (London, UK), and an enclosed copy of the text of a review by Herbert Read concerning a book by Rocker. 1935-1939 and n.d.
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Roe, Gwyneth King 'Netha', wife of Gilbert E. Roe. (New York, USA). Contains also a letter from Roe to Stella Ballantine. 1930-1931, 1936;
Rogers, Margaret Scully. (Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA). 1932;
Rosenberg, Harry. (New York, USA). 1937-1938;
Rosenthal, Albert A. (New York, USA). 1934;
Ross, Arthur Leonard. (New York, USA). 1924, 1927-1928.
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Ross, Arthur Leonard. (New York, USA). Contains also letters from Saxe Commins and telegrams from Philip Jordan to Goldman. 1929.
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Ross, Arthur Leonard. (New York, USA). Contains also a letter from Richard J. Cronin (Paris, France) to Goldman and enclosed copies of letters from Alfred A. Knopf to Ross and from Ross to Lincoln Schuster (New York, USA) and to S. Fleshin, also: S. Flechine (Berlin, Germany). 1930.
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Ross, Arthur Leonard. (New York, USA). Contains also an enclosed memo from Saxe Commins (New York, USA) to Ross and enclosed copies of a letter from Ben Reitman (Chicago, Illinois, USA) to Ross and from Ross to Nellie Harris (Nice, France). 1931.
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Ross, Arthur Leonard. (New York, USA). Contains also a draft of a letter from Goldman to Bralans Lecture Agency (New York, USA) , copies of letters from Goldman to A.I. Tobin and Roger Baldwin, a copy of a letter from Alexander Berkman (Nice, France) to Ross, enclosed copies of correspondence from Ross with Daniel W. MacCormack and Edward J. Shaughnessy - US Department of Labor (Washington DC, USA) and Roger Baldwin, enclosed royalty reports from Alfred A. Knopf Inc. and enclosed copies of letters from Bralans Lecture Agency and James B. Pond - Pond Lecture Bureau Inc. (New York, USA) to Ross. 1932-1934.
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Ross, Arthur Leonard. (New York, USA). Contains also an enclosed royalty report from Alfred A. Knopf Inc. (New York, USA) to Ross concerning Living my life. 1935-1939;
Ross, Gilbert. (New York, USA). 1934;
Rosselli, Carl and Marion. (Paris, France). 1933, 1937;
Rotenberg Jr., Louis. (Toronto, Canada). 1927.
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Rüdiger, Helmut and Dora. - Association Internationale des Travailleurs (AIT, IAA, IWMA). (Barcelona, Spain; Paris, France). Contains also enclosed copies of a summary by Rüdiger of a congress of the IAA in 1938 and of a letter from Rüdiger to Rudolf Rocker. 1937-1939 and n.d.
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Ruedebusch, Emil 'Emile' F. (Mayville, Wisconsin, USA). 1927;
Russell, Bertrand (Treen near Penzance, UK; London, UK). Contains also letters from Russell to Mrs. Everard and to Alexander Berkman. 1924-1925, 1937;
Russell Herts, B. (New York, USA). 1932;
Ryerson, Michael. - Holborn & West Central London Committee for Spanish Medical Aid. (London, UK). 1938;
Sadlen, Michael. (London, UK). 1935-1936;
Sandström, Robert. (St. Tropez, France). 1930, 1933-1934, 1937-1938;
Sawyer, Ramona J. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). 1934;
Schapiro 'Chapiro', Alexander 'Sania' 'Sanya' and Fanny. Contains also a copy of a collective letter to the editor of Freedom (London, UK). 1924, 1928, 1930, 1933, 1936-1937.
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Scheerer, Hermann and Lissie. (Nice, France). 1938-1939;
Schmalhausen, Samuel D. (New York, USA). 1933-1935;
Schmitt, Gladys L.1934;
Schmitz?, Lee. 1931;
Schroeder, Theodore, and Sankey-Jones, Nancy E. (Cos Cob, Connecticut,USA). 1928-1929;
Schulder, Fred. (Cleveland, Ohio, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from Schulder to Frances Perkins, Secretary of Labor (Washington DC, USA). 1934;
Schumm, Otto. c. 1913;
Schuster, Eunice M. (Northampton, Massachusetts, USA; New York, USA; Chicago, Illinois, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from Schuster to the editor of The Ithaca Journal-News (Ithaca, New York, USA). 1930-1931, 1934;
Schwabe, Toni. (Berlin, Germany; Bad Blankenburg, Thüringen, Germany). 1931;
Schwartz, Edith O. (Montreal, Canada; Cincinatti, Ohio, USA). 1935;
Schwartz, Leonard. (Harrington, Delaware, USA). 1932;
Schwarzwald, Eugenia. (Vienna, Austria). 1924;
Schwimmer, Rosika. (New York, USA). 1934.
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Scott, Evelyn, also: Mme. John 'Jake' Metcalfe. (Cassis, France; Lisbon, Portugal; Kouba, Algiers, Algeria; New York, USA; New Dorp, New York, USA). 1926-1927.
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Scott, Evelyn, also: Mme. John 'Jake' Metcalfe. (New York, USA; Woodstock, New York, USA; Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA; Saratoga Springs, New York, USA; London, UK; Lowestoft, UK). 1928-1933.
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Scott, Evelyn, also: Mme. John 'Jake' Metcalfe. (Saratoga Springs, New York, USA; New York, USA; Scotch Plains, New Jersey, USA; Walberswick, UK; Salisbury, UK). Contains also a postscript from John Metcalfe and a letter from Scott to Stella Ballantine. 1934-1938 and n.d..
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Scully, Frank. (London, UK; Nice, France). 1929, 1931.
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Searchinger, César and Marion. - The Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) of America, Inc. (London, UK; New York, USA). 1932-1933, 1936, 1938-1939;
Seffner?, Josef and Maria. N.d.;
Segel, Esther. (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada). 1935;
Seldes, George, and Seldes, Gilbert. (New York, USA). 1932, 1935-1936, 1938-1939;
Seldes, Nunya. 1910, 1912, 1928;
Seltzer, Marion and Clarence R. (Toronto, Canada; Pickering, Canada). 1934-1935, 1938;
Semyonov, Manya and Vasilie, also: Semenoff, Mania and Vasili. 1939;
Seton, Marie. (Paris, France). 1937?
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Shane, Bernard. - Montreal Dressmakers Union. (Montreal, Canada). 1938;
Shaw, George Bernard. (London, UK). 1937;
Sheehy-Skeffington, Hanna. (Dublin, Ireland; New York, USA). 1936, 1938;
Sheinberg, Claire L. (New York, USA). 1933;
Sigman, J. (New York, USA). 1927;
Sigman, Morris. (New York, USA). 1927;
Silver, Margaret de, and Tresca, Carlo. (New York, USA; Saratoga Springs, New York, USA). Contains also a letter from Roger Baldwin to De Silver with a postscript from De Silver and Tresco to Goldman. 1938-1939;
Simbrow, Mrs. (Toronto, Canada). 1927;
Simes, - . 1938;
Sinclair, Upton. (Pasadena, California, USA). 1931-1932;
Slocombe, George. (Paris, France). Contains also a copy of a letter from Goldman to Arthur Henderson. 1924;
Small, Alex. - Chicago Tribune, European Edition, also: Paris Tribune. (Paris, France). 1928;
Smedley, Agnes. (Berlin, Germany; Teplitz-Schönau - Teplice, Czechoslovakia; Thurø near Svendborg, Danmark; Paris, France; Shanghai, China; San Diego, California, USA). 1925, 1927, 1934 and n.d.
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Smith, Mildred Chatfield. - Open Forum Speakers Bureau. (Boston, Massachusetts, USA). 1934-1935;
Smith, Rhoda. 1939;
Smithells, Philip A. (Holt, Norfolk, UK). 1937;
Smythe, Albert E.S. (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada). 1930;
Snyder, Tom. (Indianapolis, Indiana, USA). Contains also a copy of a letter from unknown to Snyder. 1927-1928;
Sokolsky, George E.1936;
Somerville, William Lyon. (Toronto, Canada). 1926;
Soper, B.K. (Oxford, UK). 1938;
Soskice, David and Juliet. (London, UK; St. Margarets on Thames, UK). 1924-1925, 1937.
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Souchy, Augustin and Therese. - Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI). (Paris, France; Barcelona, Spain; Amsterdam, Netherlands; Stockholm, Sweden). Contains also copies of letters from Souchy to others and a copy of an enclosed letter from Goldman to Abe and Selma Bluestein. 1927-1928, 1934-1939.
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Spanier, Florence, and Spanier, Fanny and Max. (San Francisco, California, USA). 1934, 1938;
Spencer, Eleanor. (Berlin, Germany). 1922;
Spivak, Joe. - International Anarchist Aid Federation. (New York, USA). 1922;
Squire, Dorothie. (London, UK). 1933;
Staatskommissar der öffentlichen Ordnung. (Berlin, Germany). 1923;
Stamm, Dolly. (Marlboro Pike, Maryland, USA). 1934-1935;
Stark, Fan and M.T. (Montreal, Canada). 1935-1936 and n.d.;
Stead, E. - Glasgow and District Joint Committee for Spanish Relief. (Glasgow, UK). 1938;
Steffens, Lincoln. (Gaviota, California, USA; San Francisco, California, USA; Carmel, California, USA). 1929-1930.
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Steimer, Mollie 'Mollitchka' 'Molly', and Fleshin, Senya 'Senia' 'Zhenia' 'Seniusha', also: Flechine, S. (Berlin, Germany; Paris, France). Contains also a postcard from Volin, also: Vsevolod Mikhailovich Eichenbaum, (Paris, France), photos and enclosed copies of letters from Meta Kraus-Fessel to Steimer concerning Zensl Mühsam, widow of Erich Mühsam, and from Steimer to Abe Bluestein and to Gaby and Irma Javsicas. 1927, 1930-1932, 1935-1939 and n.d.
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Stein, Clayton M. (Rochester, New York, USA). 1935;
Stein, Modest 'Fedya'. (New York, USA; Nice, France). Contains also a letter from Stein to Alec (?) and a letter from Stein to Goldman with a postscript from Eleanore Charles-Werner. 1931-1932, 1936-1937;
Stepniak, F. (London, UK). 1938;
Stern, Rabbi Harry J. - Temple Emanu-El. (Montreal, Canada). 1934-1935;
Stöcker, Helene. (Berlin, Germany). 1923, 1925;
Stone, William C. (London, UK). 1923-1924 and n.d.;
Stout, Ruth. - New Masses. (New York, USA). Contains also an enclosed letter from Stout to Charles Recht. 1926;
Sturgess, Ralph. - Anarcho - Syndicalist Union (ASU), Anarchist Federation of Britain (AFB). (London, UK). 1938-1939;
Sullivan, Pat. (Toronto, Canada). Contains also an enclosed copy of a letter from Sullivan to Joseph 'Joe' Desser. 1934;
Sutcliffe, Clifford. (Hebden Bridge, UK). 1927.
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Sutton, Shloime A. and Beryl. (London, UK). 1936-1938.
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Svensson, Arthur. (Stockholm, Sweden; Copenhagen, Denmark; Malmö, Sweden; New York, USA). 1922, 1934;
Swender, Hubert W. (Los Angeles, California, USA). 1934;
Switz, Ted McLean. (Detroit, Michigan, USA; Avondale, Pennsylvania, USA). 1925, 1930, 1938-1939;
Swope, Herbert Bayard; Beazell, N.P. - The New York World. (New York, USA). 1922-1924.
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Tagore, Rabindranath. 1926;
The Tamaritans Theatre Company. (Plymouth, UK). 1935;
Tanner, Jack. 1938;
Taylor, Ben. (Scarborough Bluffs, Ontario, Canada; Tacoma, Washington, USA). 1935-1936;
Taylor, Margaret 'Margot' and Ernest J. - Bristol and West Foodship for Spain. (Clifton, Bristol, UK; Abbots Leigh near Bristol, UK; Bristol, UK). 1926-1927, 1933, 1937-1939;
Tcherkesoff, Frida, also: Tcherkesov, Freda. (London, UK). 1926-1927;
Teissier, Nonore. (Nice, France). N.d.
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Thomas, Charles Wright. (Oxford, UK; London, UK; S.S. Olympic; La Grange, Texas, USA; Madison, Wisconsin, USA; New Haven, Connecticut, USA). Contains also copies of a letter from Thomas to W.S. van Valkenburgh. 1924-1929 and n.d.
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Thomas, Norman. - League for Industrial Democracy. (New York, USA). 1934;
Thompson, Esther. (Winnipeg, Canada). 1927;
Thornberg, A. (Toronto, Canada). 1936-1937;
Thorndike, Sybil. - Theatre Royal. (London, UK; Bristol, UK). 1937;
Thurtle, Ernest. (London, UK). 1936;
The Times Book Club. (London, UK). 1925;
Tollemache, G. (Bath, UK). Contains also a list of names and a copy of a circular letter, announcing a literary and musical evening. 1938;
Turkel, Pauline Helen. (New York, USA). 1932, 1935-1936, 1938-1939; contains also correspondence from Alexander Berkman with Turkel. 1917, 1936 and n.d.;
Turner, Archie. - Bristol Committee for Defence of Spanish Democracy. (Bristol, UK). 1937.
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Turner, John. (London, UK; Moscow, Russia; Brighton, UK). Contains also a copies of letters from R.J. Davies - Home Office (London, UK) to Turner concerning the refusal of a permanent residence to Rudolf Rocker and from Turner to Milton Bronner - The Newspaper Enterprise Association of America (London, UK) and to Tom Moore - Trades & Labour Congress of Canada (Ottawa, Canada). 1924-1925, 1927-1931, 1933.
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Tutt, Florence. (London, UK). 1936;
The Vanguard Press. (New York, USA). 1927;
Vechten, Carl van. (New York, USA). 1934;
Victoria Palace Theatre - Torvic Limited. (London, UK). 1937;
Vidal Arabi, Antonio. 1937;
De Vrije Samenleving. (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 1923;
De Vrije Socialist. (Amsterdam, Netherlands). N.d.;
Vydrina, Elizabeta. (Vienna, Austria). 1927;
Wald, Lillian D. (Saugatuck, Connecticut, USA). 1934-1935;
Walker, Edwin C. - Edwin C. Walker, Dealer in Books and Pamphlets, New and Out-of-Print. (New York, USA). 1928;
Wallace, Edna. (New Dorp, New York, USA). 1938;
Walling, Anna Strunsky, wife of William English Walling. (New York, USA; Marseille, France; London, UK). 1928, 1931, 1936;
Warburg, Fredric J. - Martin Secker and Warburg Ltd., Publishers. (London, UK). Contains also a copy of a letter from Rudolf Rocker to Warburg. 1937-1939;
Warshawsky, Dave. (Cleveland, Ohio, USA). 1934;
Warwick, Frances. (Easton Lodge near Great Dunmow, UK). 1924.
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Watkins, Ann. (New York, USA). 1934;
Wedgwood, Josiah C., and Willett, Florence Ethel. (London, UK). 1924-1925;
Weinberg, Morris. - The Day Publishing Company. (New York, USA). 1923-1924.
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Weinberger, Harry. Contains also copies of correspondence of Weinberger with Doubleday, Page & Co., Alfred A. Knopf Inc., MacLure News Paper Syndicate (New York, USA) and others and of agreements concerning copyrights of My Two Years in Russia. 1919, 1923.
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Weinberger, Harry. Contains also copies of correspondence of Weinberger with Doubleday, Page & Co., Alfred A. Knopf Inc., MacLure News Paper Syndicate (New York, USA) and others. 1924.
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Weinberger, Harry. Contains also copies of correspondence of Weinberger with Doubleday, Page & Co., Lillian D. Wald (New York, USA), Eugene Victor Debs (Terre Haute, Indiana, USA) and others. 1925-1928.
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Weinberger, Harry. Contains also copies of a text of a speech of Weinberger at a 1934 welcome home dinner to Goldman and copies of correspondence of Weinberger with the New York Herald Tribune, Carlo Tresca, Roger Baldwin (New York, USA) and others. 1929-1939.
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Welfare. (Calcutta, India). 1925;
Wells, Frank. (Hongkong). 1938;
Wells, H.G., and Wells, G.P. 'Marjorie'. (Easton Glebe, Little Easton near Great Dunmow; Maganose, also: Magagnosc, near Grasse, France; London, UK). Contains also a copy of a similar letter with added postscript to Havelock Ellis. 1924, 1937 and n.d.;
West, Rebecca, Wess?, William?, and Wood, G. (London, UK; Bray near Maidenhead, UK). 1924-1925, 1928, 1937-1939 and n.d.
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Wharton, James B. - North American Newspaper Alliance. (Berlin, Germany). 1924;
Whately, Monica, and Hellins, Eleanor M.M. - The Six Point Group. (London, UK). With an enclosed copy of a letter from the Spanish embassy (London, UK) to Whately. 1937-1939;
Whitcomb, Robert. (New York, USA). 1935;
White, Eliot. (New York, USA; Roselle, New Jersey, USA). 1931-1933, 1936-1938;
White, J.R. (London, UK). 1937-1938.
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Whittle, - . 1938;
Wigransky, Sidney. - Real America. (Washington DC, USA). N.d.;
Wiksell, Gustave Percival. (Hollywood, California, USA). 1932;
Wilkinson, Elisabeth C. - National conference on Spain. (London, UK). 1938;
Williams, A.L. - National Council of Labour Colleges (NCLC). (Cardiff, UK). 1936;
Willis, S.L. (Braintree, UK). 1925;
Willoughby, Gertrude. - Union of Girls' Schools. (London, UK). 1937;
Wing, P.E. (Paris, France). 1935;
Winn, Ross. (St. Louis, Missouri, USA). 1934-1935;
Wintzer, Charlotte. (Hahnenklee, Germany). 1923;
Wiser, M. Graf. (Bad Liebenstein, Germany; Bad Eilsen near Bückeburg, Germany; Tegernsee, Germany; Kiefersfelden, Germany; Rottach-Egern, Germany). Contains also a letter from Wiser to Stella Ballantine. 1924-1925, 1929-1933;
Wolfe, Lilian. 1939;
Woman's Home Companion. (New York, USA). 1924;
Wood, Charles Erskine Scott. (San Francisco, California, USA; Los Gatos, California, USA). 1924, 1932, 1935;
Wood, W(illia)m. (Swansea, UK). Letter from Wood to Ralph Barr. N .d.;
Woodhouse, Frederick. (London, UK). 1938;
Workers' Circle. (Leeds, UK). 1935-1936;
Wovschin, William A. (New York, USA). 1928;
Wright, Dave Allan. (Detroit, Michigan, USA). 1931, 1933;
Wursthof, I. (Toronto, Canada). 1933.
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Yaffe, Hyman. - Libertarian Group Publications; Rocker Publications Committee. (Los Angeles, California, USA). Contains also an enclosed copy of a letter from Yaffe to Samuel Freedman - Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York, USA) and copies of letters and reviews concerning the works of Rudolf Rocker from Ray E. Chase, Albert Einstein, Thomas Mann and others to Yaffe. 1933-1935, 1937-1939;
Yelensky, Boris. - Free Society Group, Committee to help the Spanish workers and their cause. (Chicago, Illinois, USA). Contains also a letter of authorization of Goldman from the Group to be their representative in Barcelona, Spain. 1934, 1937;
Young, Catharine. (New York, USA). 1931-1932;
Young, Howard Irving. (New York, USA; Paris, France). 1927, 1932;
Zabriskie, Edward H. - Dana College. (Newark, New Jersey, USA). 1934;
Zahler, Max 'Zehler'. (Montreal, Canada). Contains also enclosed copies of letters from Goldman to Ford Hotel, Thomas Underwood (Montreal, Canada), William Fraser and unknown. 1927, 1934, 1938;
Zangwill, Israel. (East Preston near Littlehampton, UK). 1924;
Zaslaw, M. 'Zas'. (Passaic, New Jersey, USA). 1938;
Zhook, Doris. (Edgware, London, UK). Contains also an enclosed copy of a draft of a circular letter from Goldman to contributors of a fund for the benefit of Alexander Berkman. 1936;
Zubrin, Abraham. (Detroit, Michigan, USA). 1936;
Zukerman, William. (London, UK). 1938-1939.
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Unknown or illegible correspondents and/or incomplete correspondence. 1914, 1926-1929, 1931, 1934-1939 and n.d.
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Telegrams received by Goldman. Contains also summaries of received and sent telegrams. 1930, 1934-1936. 1 folder
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Notarized statement by Toby Goldman (Monroe, New York, USA) stating Kowno (Kaunas, Lithuania) as birth place and the 24th of June 1870 as birth date of her daughter Emma Goldman and the acquirement of US citizenship of Abraham Goldman, husband of Toby Goldman, after their emigration to the US. 1922;Identity card of Emma Goldman issued by the Generalitat de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain). 1936;Visiting card of Goldman as special correspondent for The World (New York, USA). N.d.;Provisional identity certificate of Alexander Berkman issued by the Chef de la Sûreté (Nice, France) and renewed several times. 1935-1937;Request of Berkman (Nice, France) to the prefecture of Var for permission to take up residence in St.Tropez (France). With stamped rejection by the prefecture. 1935;Visiting cards of Berkman (Nice, France). N.d. 1 cover
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Bank books, receipts and other financial documents. 1927-1930, 1932-1934 and n.d. 1 cover
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Drafts, revised typescripts and carbon copies of texts of books by Emma Goldman. 1926 and n.d. 8 folders and 2 covers
The social significance of modern drama, published in 1916.
Essay Stanley Houghton, Hindle Wakes. N.d.;
Essay Githa Sowerby, Rutherford and son. N.d. (cover)

NB. For other drafts and texts of lectures, later adapted for this book, see next chapter: Texts of lectures and articles.

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'My disillusionment in Russia', chapters XXII-XXXIII (pages 179-310), published in 1924 as My further disillusionment in Russia, chapters I-XII. First page (page 178) missing. N.d.
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'Foremost Russian dramatists, their life and work', unpublished. 1926 and n.d.
Version with altered passages and added alterations in Goldman's handwriting. Without frontpage and 'Introduction'. N.d.
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Complete version. Carbon copy of earlier versions, with added corrections in someone else's handwriting. 1926.
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Complete version. Carbon copy of earlier versions, without corrections. 1926.
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Complete version. Partly newly typed. 1926.
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Incomplete version. 'Introduction' with corrections in pencil, front page and contents page in pencil, some chapters and parts missing and remarks on some passages still to be added. 1926.
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'Introduction'. Without corrections. N.d. (cover)
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Living my life, published in 1931. 1931 and n.d.
Clipping of the article The Assassination of McKinley, prepublication in The American Mercury of a part of Living my life. 1931;
General and detailed biographical summaries in short sentences, partly written in pencil, partly as typescripts, partly with corrections. N.d.;
Carbon copy of pages concerning the period 1909-1917. N.d.;
Untitled. "My dear friend Kitty Beck (...)". Revised page 1642c, written in pencil, possibly for Living my life. N.d.
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Untitled. "to closer communion with ...", "Matts case", "Isadora Duncan" and "Unpublished part". Parts of drafts, partly written in pencil, partly crossed out and partly unpublished. N.d.
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Drafts, revised typescripts, carbon copies and reprints of articles, essays and lectures given by Emma Goldman, partly handwritten by her, and typescripts and carbon copies of texts concerning books and plays by others, partly used for drafts, partly incomplete. 1912, 1915, 1921, 1923-1924, 1926-1927, 1931-1932, 1935-1937 and n.d. 51 folders and 46 covers
'Aclaraciones necesarias a mi posicion en el presente revolucionario de España'. 1937;
'Declaraciones de Emma Goldman'. Text of an interview with Goldman. 1936;
'Réponse à une campagne d'infamies contre la CNT, la FAI et l'anarchisme Espagnol'. N.d.;
Untitled. "Der katalonische Wirtschaftsrat ...". N.d. (folder)
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'Alexander Berkman, A biographic sketch'. Contains also the text of the foreword by Jack London to Prison memoirs of an anarchist by Alexander Berkman and of 'David Edelstadt, Resumé of Biographical sketch by M. Katz'. 1912 and n.d. (cover)
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America by comparison, by Emma Goldman. Draft. N.d.;
'Good and evil points in the makeup of America'. Version of the above, incomplete. N.d. (cover)
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'The American labor movement'. Fragments. N.d.;
Untitled. "Martyrs Am(erican) labor struggle". Draft. N.d.;
Untitled. "American labor martyrs", "General strike first heard of ...". Draft. N.d.;
'The struggle and heroic death of our Chicago comrades, November 11th, 1889'. Draft. N.d. (cover)
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Anarchism and communism.
Anarchism and what it really stands for. Draft. N.d.;
'An anarchist looks at life'. Text of a speech by Emma Goldman, held at Foyle's twenty-ninth literary luncheon (London, UK), 1933. Contains also an introduction and words of thanks. N.d.;
'Anarcho Syndicalism'. Two drafts. N.d.;
'Historic development of anarchism'. Draft, incomplete. N.d.;
'Why I am an anarchist'. Text of a lecture. N.d. (folder)
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'Communism: Bolshevist and anarchist, A comparison', by Emma Goldman. Draft, version with a few corrections and version with more corrections. Another version was later published as There is no communism in Russia. 1935 and n.d. (folder)
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Anarchist's progress, by Albert Jay Nock. Clipping of the article in The American Mercury. 1927;
A symposium on communism. Text of the article in Modern Monthly (1934), containing three essays titled Why I am not a communist by Bertrand Russell, John Dewey and Morris R. Cohen and a essay Why I am a communist, Communism without dogmas by Sidney Hook. N.d.;
The conquest of bread, by Peter Kropotkin. Remainders of parts of the text by Kropotkin and other fragments of texts. N.d. (folder)
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'Arms and the men'. Draft, containing part of the text from Arms and the men by the editors of Fortune. First page only. N.d. (cover)
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Art and revolution.
'Art and revolution, by Emma Goldman'. Two versions. N.d. (folder)
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'Kunst und revolution, von Emma Goldman', German version, complete and incomplete text, and texts and remainders of texts from Richard Wagner's prose works, The art-work of the future by William Ashton Ellis, The revolutionary spirit in French literature, also: Paris and the social Revolution, by Alvan Francis Sanborn and Angels' wings by Edward Carpenter. N.d. (folder)
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'August Strindberg'. Versions. Essay The father is published in The social significance of modern drama by Emma Goldman, 'Comrades' and 'Countess Julie' are different from the essays in the book. N.d. (folder)
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'Behind the scenes in the Ruhr occupation'. 1923. (cover)
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'A bill of divorcement, by Clemence Dane'. Mainly parts of the text of the play. N.d. (folder)
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'Birth control (It's use and misuse), by Dorothy Dunbar Bromley'. Mainly texts from the book by Bromley. N.d. (folder)
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'The British labor parties are mending their ways'. With an earlier and crossed out title 'Better late than never'. N.d. (cover)
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'Changes in sex relations, by Elsie Clews Parsons'. Part of a text from Our changing morality, A symposium, edited by Freda Kirchwey;
'Women - Free for what?, by Edwin Muir'. See above;
'Virtue for women, by Isabel Leavenworth'. Two versions. See above;
'Women and the new morality, by Beatrice M. Hinkle, M.D.' See above. N.d. (folder)
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Child and education. N.d.
'Child labor in Russia'. Draft;
'Educational experiments in Germany'. Signed by Emma Goldman;
'Modern tendencies in education'. Draft;
'Tendencies in education'. Draft, first page;
Untitled. "Henry Pestalozzi, who died in a small town near Zürich ...". Draft concerning the ideas on education by Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi;
'Two tendencies in modern education, Ellen Key'. Draft;
The child and its enemies. Draft, mainly copy of a part of a text from Psychology, A symplification, by Lloyd Ring Coleman and Saxe Commins. (folder)
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The challenge of childhood. Copy of a part of a text from Studies in personality and behavior, by Ira Solomon Wile;
The child: His nature and his needs. Copy of a part of and remainder of a text from The child: His nature and his needs, by Michael Vincent O'Shea, Children's Foundation;
Untitled. "The child and sex", "Sex and the child". Copies of parts of the text from Hymen or The future of marriage, by Norman Haire. Two copies, both incomplete;
Parents and children. Copies of parts of the text from the essay Parents and children in Misalliance, The dark lady of the sonnets, and Fanny's first play, by George Bernard Shaw;
The passing of the family. Copy of a part of the text by Ada May Krecker, published in Mother Earth;
Untitled. "The child as a hindrance", "Elizabeth Baker. Miss Baker has done for the suburbs ...". Copies of parts of a text. (folder)
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Chinese revolution. 'China, the fettered spirit unbound', draft, and other "E.G. material on Chinese revolution", drafts and a clipping concerning Sun Yat Sen and the Chinese revolution. 1927 and n.d. (folder)
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'The collapse of German culture'. N.d. (cover)
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'Crime and punishment'. Draft. Versions published as Crime and failure and as Prisons. A social crime and failure in her book Anarchism and other essays. N.d.;
Untitled. "Crime". Draft and copies of the text of parts of some chapters from Crime and the criminal, An introduction to criminology, by Philip Archibald Parsons. N.d.;
Untitled. "Crime", "Quotations on crime from Parsons, criminologist. On war maybe". Copies of the text of parts of some chapters from A sheaf, by John Galsworthy. N.d. (folder)
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'Dear Dr. Hirschfeld', draft of "Louise Michel", "a refutation addressed to Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld, Berlin, 1923", an article by Goldman in Yearbook for sexual intermediate types, issued by the Scientific-Humanitarian Committee, addressed to Magnus Hirschfeld and concerning Louise Michel and an essay by Karl von Levitzow. 1923. (cover)
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Dictatorship.
'Dictatorship, bolshevist and fascist'. With a fragment of a version. N.d.;
'Fascism and dictatorship'. With a version in a letter with remarks from Alexander Berkman to Goldman. N.d.;
'Hitler'. Draft. N.d.;
'Mussolini'. Draft. N.d.;
'Stalin'. Draft. N.d.;
"Notes on Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler", a letter from Berkman to Goldman concerning his suggestions regarding a lecture by Goldman. (folder)
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'The disenchanted radical (Synopsis)', by Emma Goldman. List of suggestions for a text by Goldman, written by Alexander Berkman. N.d.;
'The radical, A prophet or a failure? (Synopsis)', by Emma Goldman. See above. N.d.
'Suggestions for radio talk, E.G.'. See above. N.d. (cover)
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'Dr. M. Wiser. Of Germany. An innovator in the treatment of the eye'. Signed by Emma Goldman. 1923. (cover)
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'Drama of Europe'. Draft. N.d.;
'The European situation'. N.d. (cover)
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'The element of sex in life'. Draft. N.d. (cover)
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Eugene O'Neill. Drafts and parts of texts concerning plays of O'Neill. N.d. (cover)
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Eugene Victor Debs. Untitled draft of a biographical sketch. N.d. (cover)
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The failure of Christianity, by Emma Goldman. N.d. (cover)
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The fallacies of war. Text from the article by Don, published in Mother Earth in 1917. N.d. (cover)
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'Fallacies political action'. Draft. N.d. (folder)
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'Feminism in America, by R.A.P.'. Texts of the article by Robert Allerton Parker in Mother Earth. 1915. (cover)
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'Forward Sherwood Anderson'. Draft. N.d. (cover)
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'Frauengestalten in der Russischen Revolution'. Draft, fragments. N.d.;
Heroic women of the Russian revolution, by Emma Goldman. N.d. (cover)
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'The geneaology of morals, by Friedrich Nietzsche'. Part of the text from The complete works of Friedrich Nietzsche, The genealogy of morals, Peoples and countries, T.N. Foulis. N.d. (cover)
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George Bernard Shaw. N.d.
Fragments and parts of texts by John W. Cunliffe, Patrick Braybrooke, Archibald Henderson and Herbert Skimpole concerning Shaw. (folder)
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Drafts and parts of texts of earlier plays by Shaw. (folder)
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Drafts and parts of texts of later plays by Shaw. (folder)
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'German expressionists'. Drafts, fragments. N.d. (cover)
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Henrik Ibsen. "E.G. notes on Ibsen for whole course". Drafts. N.d.
'Short biographic sketch of Ibsen';
'Biographic sketch of Ibsen, Introduction'. With fragments. (folder)
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Brand; Peer Gynt; Das Puppenheim. (folder)
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Die Gespenster; The wild duck; Rosmersholm; The lady from the sea; Hedda Gabler. (folder)
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The master builder; Little Eyolf; John Gabriel Borkman; 'When we dead awaken (folder).
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'Ideas and their transvaluation'. Text of a lecture by Goldman. N.d. (cover)
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'In Abraham's bosom, by Paul Green'. Draft and remainder of the text of the play;
'The field God, by Paul Green'. Text of the play. N.d. (folder)
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Irish drama. "Material Irish plays for E.G. lectures". Drafts, parts of texts of plays and remainders of texts. N.d.
'The Irish drama'. Draft;
Untitled. "John Millington Synge was the greatest ...". Draft;
'Dramatic works of John M. Synge';
'Irish dramatists, Robinson';
'Lennox Robinson, Harvest';
'The whiteheaded boy, A comedy in three acts, by Lennox Robinson';
'More Irish dramatists, 1. Murray';
'T.G. Murray, Maurice Harte'. (folder)
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Untitled. "Mr. St. John Ervine is both eminant dramatist ...". Draft and remainders of texts;
The magnanimous lover, John Ferguson and Jane Clegg. Parts of the texts of the plays by St. John G. Ervine. (folder)
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John Galsworthy. Drafts, texts of plays and remainders of texts concerning Galsworthy. N.d. (folder)
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John Most, by Emma Goldman. Last page(s) missing. N.d. (cover)
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'Labor policy'. Draft. N.d. (cover)
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Leo Tolstoy. Drafts concerning plays of Tolstoy and parts of texts from the articles Anarchist symposium, Tolstoy and The revolutionary spirit in French literature, published in Mother Earth. N.d. (cover)
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Leon Trotsky protests too much and 'Introduction', by Emma Goldman. Text, published as a pamphlet and based on her article Trotsky protests too much, published in Vanguard, a libertarian communist journal (New York, USA). N.d. (cover)
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'Lion Feuchtwanger'. N.d. (folder)
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'May and december'. N.d. (cover)
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'Militarism and the social revolution'. Two versions, one incomplete.N.d. (cover)
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'My attitude to marriage'. N.d. (cover)
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Nestor Makhno. Biographical notes by Alexander Berkman and the last page of a copy of the text from 'Nestor Makhno, The man who saved the Bolsheviki' by Alexander Berkman. N.d. (cover)
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'Patience and poststamps sometimes have their reward'. N.d. (cover)
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'Peter Kropotkin (Piotr Alexeievitch Kropotkin)'. N.d.;
'Kropotkin'. Draft. N.d.;
'Peter A. Kropotkin', signed by Emma Goldman. N.d. (cover)
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The philosophy of atheism, by Emma Goldman. Last page missing. N.d. (cover)
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'Preface'. Biographical sketch in commemoration of Camilo Berneri, also: Camillo Berneri. Text and fragment of text. N.d. (cover)
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"In The Revolt of modern youth, (Ben Barr) Lindsey writes ...". Draft. N.d.;
'Youth in revolt'. Draft. N.d. (folder)
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Revolutionary movement.
'To the memory of Micael Bakunin'. Two versions concerning a short article on Mikhail Bakunin. N.d.;
'Constructive revolution'. N.d.;
'The romantic attitude to revolution, Its magic power'. N.d.;
'Land question'. N.d.;
'Principles of revolutionary syndicalism'. Part of a text from a declaration at a congress by the International Workers' Association (IWA). N.d.;
Untitled. "The convention is convinced that ...". Part of a text from the pamphlet The International Working Men's Association (IWMA). Its policy, its aim, its principles by the IWMA? N.d. (folder)
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'Rudolf Rocker, 50th birthday, A tribute', signed by Emma Goldman. 1923;
'Rudolf Rocker, His sixtieth birthday'. N.d. (cover)
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Russian literature. N.d.
'Russian literature'. Draft. (folder)
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'Soviet novels & plays', fragment, and parts of texts from Six Soviet plays by Eugene Lyons and from Soviet literature, An anthology by George Reavey and Marc Slonim. (folder)
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'The Russian theatre before and since the revolution', part of a first page of a draft, and a handwritten fragment;
'Russian theatre'. Draft, containing parts of a translation of the text from The mind and face of Bolshevism, An examination of cultural life in Soviet Russia by René Fülöp-Miller;
Untitled. "Origin Russian theatre", "Erste Russische Theater gegründet gewaren ...". Version of the above, handwritten, in German;
Untitled. "One of the managers complained about the public ...". Draft, fragment, first two pages missing. N.d. (folder)
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'Sacco and Vanzetti'. Notes;
'Nicola Sacco'. Notes;
Texts from The case of Sacco and Vanzetti by Felix Frankfurter, The story of the Sacco-Vanzetti case by The Sacco-Vanzetti Defence Committee and other texts. N.d. (folder)
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The school and life. Part of the text, published in Mother Earth, of excerpts from an article by W.N. Hailmann. N.d. (cover)
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Science and dogma, "Material of various writers on science and dogma, E.G. lecture". N.d.
Psychology, A simplification, by Lloyd Ring Coleman and Saxe Commins. Parts of texts from some chapters of the book;
Science versus dogma, by Charles T. Sprading. Parts of texts from some chapters of the book;
The war on modern science, by Maynard Shipley. Parts of texts from some chapters of the book;
The god of fundamentalism and other studies, by Horace James Bridges. Parts of texts from some chapters of the book. (folder)
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Sean O'Casey. Mainly text and remainders of the text from a part of Modern English playwrights by John W. Cunliffe concerning O'Casey. N.d.;
Carbon copy of a part of the text of the book by Cunliffe concerning Galsworthy, Synge, Houghton, Sowerby, Milne, Munro, Coward, O'Casey and others;
Remainders of the text concerning Galsworthy and others. (folder)
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'The sex life of the unmarried adult, by Ira S. Wile, M.D.'. Part of the text from the book, edited by Wile;
'Sex psychology of the unmarried adult, by Ernest R. Groves'. See above;
'Sociological aspects of the sex life of the unmarried adult, by Ernest W. Burgess'. See above. N.d. (folder)
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'Simion Koldofsky, the friend'. Draft. N.d. (cover)
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'Susan Glaspell'. Draft and fragments. N.d. (cover)
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'They knew what they wanted, by Sidney Howard'. Draft, containing parts of the text of the play. N.d. (folder)
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'Tom Mooney's resurrection, by Emma Goldman'. Text compiled from Living my life. N.d. (cover)
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'Traders in death', by Emma Goldman. Draft, two versions, the first version with crossed out earlier title 'Merchants of death'. N.d. (folder)
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'The tragedy of Germany and the forces that caused it'. Draft;
'Hitler and his cohorts - Their world menace'. Draft. N.d. (folder)
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'The tragedy of the modern woman'. Draft. N.d. (folder)
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'The tragic plight of the political exiles', by Emma Goldman. Draft. N.d. (cover)
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'An unexpected dash through Spain'. N.d. (cover)
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'Victims of morality, Dr. Robert Briffault'. Draft. N.d. (cover)
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'Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov Lenin'. Signed by Emma Goldman. 1924. (cover)
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Voltairine de Cleyre, by Emma Goldman. N.d.;
The chain gang, text by Voltairine de Cleyre. N.d.;
Why I am an anarchist, part of the text by Voltairine de Cleyre. N.d. (folder)
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'Walt Whitman'. Contains also parts of texts by John Bailey, Henry Bryan Binns, John Addington Symonds and Horace Traubel concerning Whitman. N.d. (folder)
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Was my life worth while, by Emma Goldman. Text and fragment of text. Published in Harper's Magazine (New York, USA). N.d. (cover)
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What I Believe. Second edition of a reprint from The New York World (New York, USA), 1908. N.d. With a dedication written by Goldman to (William Charles Owen?). 1932. (cover)
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'Why Marry? by Jesse Lynch Williams'. Drafts and remainders of the text of the play. N.d. (folder)
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A woman without a country, by Emma Goldman. Three versions, one with the last page missing, one with the last two pages missing. N.d. (folder)
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Woman's coming of age. Part of the text from the book Woman's coming of age. A symposium, edited by Samuel Daniel Schmalhausen and Victor Francis Calverton. N.d. (folder)
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Woman's emancipation. N.d.
Untitled. "At this date ...". Draft, incomplete;
Untitled. "The woman's right champions ...". Draft, incomplete, version of the above;
Remainders of a part of the text from Women and wealth, A study of the economic status of American women by Mary Sidney Branch;
Copy of a part of the text by Branch. (folder)
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"Quotations from various works on the question of woman's emancipation". Remainders of parts of texts from Concerning women by Suzanne La Follette, Sex in man and animals by John Randal Baker, Why we behave like human beings by George A. Dorsey and other fragments of texts;
Feminism in Germany and Scandinavia, by Katharine Anthony. Copy of part of the text;
Madame Michaelis and the psychology of woman, by Olive Allerton. Copy of part of the text;
The value of chastity, by John R. Coryell. Copy of part of the text. (folder)
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'You and I, by Philip Barry'. Draft. N.d. (cover)
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Texts of other plays. 1922, 1926 and n.d.
'The bride of the lamb, A drama in three acts, by William Hurlbut'. Text of the play. N.d.;
'Chains, by Elizabeth Baker'. Parts of the text of the play. N.d.;
'Craig's wife, A drama in three acts, by George Kelly'. Text of the play. 1926;
'The little theatres, by Walter Hartwig', parts of an essay, and parts of texts of several plays from The best plays of 1923-1924 and the yearbook of the drama in America, edited by Burns Mantle. N.d.;
'Mamma's affair, by Rachel Barton Butler'. Text of the play. With a short comment by Emma Goldman. 1922;
'The new morality, by Harold Chapin'. Parts of the text of the play. N.d.;
'Races, by Ferdinand Bruckner'. Part of the text of the play. N.d. (folder)
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Untitled.
"Do not speak from hearsay but actual experience ...". Draft. N.d.;
"In The Companionate Marriage, (Ben Barr) Lindsey relates ...", "1) example, the boy who called ..." and "A second example is a Denver ...". Draft. N.d.;
"Passive resistance of the miners a correct policy". Draft, written on the back of: "Socialism has taught that the present system ...". Draft, crossed out. N.d.;
"Present crisis not accidental. Difference bet(ween) revolut(ionary) and ruling party". Draft. N.d. (folder)
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Other fragments of drafts and texts. N.d. (folder)
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Tickets, circulars, texts of speeches, reports, correspondence, documentation and clippings concerning a welcome dinner and lectures in the UK on Russia and on Henrik Ibsen. Contains also clippings of her articles What I saw in Russia and Das Schicksal Spiridonowas, translation of an article in The World (New York, USA), a list of lecture topics, copies of texts from 1891-1913 in Russian concerning women and two maps of the USSR. 1924-1926 and n.d. 1 folder
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Correspondence with Walter Peacock of The Birmingham Repertory Theatre Companies (London, UK), Frances Briggs of The British Drama League (London, UK) and others regarding the organization of her lecture tours 1925-1926 and 1936-1937 in Great Britain. 1925, 1936. Contains also a letter from Rose Young? to Stella Ballantine. N.d. 1 folder
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Correspondence with publishers regarding the publishing of her articles and her requests for review copies of books and articles on behalf of her lectures. 1926-1927, 1930-1936. 5 folders
List of addresses of publishers of periodicals;
Allen & Unwin Ltd., Publishers. (London, UK);
The American News Company, Ltd. (Toronto, Canada);
Angoff, Charles; Blankenhorn, M.D.; Kirchwey, Freda; Whiting, Caroline. - The Nation. (New York, USA).
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Angoff, Charles; Knopf, Alfred A.; Lustgarten, Edith; Nathan, George Jean; Palmer, Paul; Spivak, Lawrence E. - The American Mercury. (New York, USA); Mencken, Henry L. (also: Paris, France; Vienna, Austria; London, UK; Baltimore, Maryland, USA).
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Arsdale, J.R. van. - Falcon Press, Inc. (New York, USA);
Benn, Publishers. (London, UK);
Best, Marshall A.; Huebsch, Benjamin W. - The Viking Press Inc. (New York, USA);
Biggs, Meriel E.D. - Peter Davies Ltd., Publishers. (London, UK);
Bond, R.T. - Dodd, Mead and Company Inc., Publishers. (New York, USA);
Bowers, Florence W. - E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., Publishers. (New York, USA);
Bye, George T. (New York, USA);
Cape, Publishers. (London, UK);
Chatto & Windus, Publishers. (London, UK);
Chernen, Erna, and Hutchinson, Rosa E. - The Macmillan Company, Publishers. (New York); Elliott Booth, E. - The Macmillan Company of Canada Ltd. (Toronto, Canada);
Clouter, F.M. - Little, Brown & Company, Publishers. (Boston, Massachusetts, USA);
Couch, W.T. - University of North Carolina Press. (Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA);
Coward-McCann Publishers. (New York, USA).
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J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., Publishers. (Toronto, Canada);
Doubleday, Doran & Co. (New York, USA);
Douglas, M. - George J. McLeod, Ltd. (Toronto, Canada);
Evans, C.S. - William Heinemann Ltd., Publishers. (London, UK);
Flower, Desmond. - Cassell & Company, Ltd., Publishers. (London, UK);
Freethought Press Association. (New York, USA);
Furman, L.S. - The Macaulay Company, Publishers. (New York, USA);
Ginn, Eva. - The Vanguard Press. (New York, USA);
Gollancz Publishers. (London, UK);
Herdman, Ramona. - Harper & Brothers, Publishers. (New York, USA). 1934;
Houghton, Mifflin Co., Publishers. (New York, USA);
Kroch, A. - Kroch's Bookstores. (Chicago, Illinois, USA);
Martin Lawrence, Publishers. (London, UK);
Leighton, George R. - Harper's Magazine. (New York, USA).
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Elkin Mathews, Publisher. (London, UK);
Mattson, B. - Meador Publishing Company. (Boston, Massachusetts, USA);
McBrodie, Jean D. - W. Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. (London, UK);
McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc. (New York, USA);
Wm. Morrow Publishers. (New York, USA);
Murphy, Helen A. - Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., Publishers. (New York, USA);
The Musson Book Co. (Toronto, Canada);
Norton, W.W. - W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., Publishers. (New York, USA). With an additional note from Goldman to George J. McLeod, Ltd. (Toronto, Canada);
Pell, Arthur. - Liveright Publishing Corporation. (New York, USA);
S.J. Reginald Saunders. (Toronto, Canada);
Schuller, T.; Tengrove, S.A. - Putnam & Company Ltd., Publishers and Exporters. (London, UK, and New York, USA);
Charles Scribners' Sons. (New York, USA);
Secker Publishers. (London, UK);
Simon & Schuster Publishers. (New York, USA);
Smith & Haas, Publishers. (New York, USA);
Taylor, Helen K. - Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., Publishers. (New York, USA);
Terrell, James. - Henry Holt and Company, Inc., Publishers. (New York, USA);
Thompson, F.G. - Oxford University Press. (New York, USA, and Toronto, Canada);
University of Chicago Press. (Chicago, Illinois, USA);
Warburg, Fredric J. - George Routledge and Sons Ltd. and Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. (London, UK);
Wishart Books Ltd. (London, UK). Contains also a letter from Tony? or Tom? to Goldman;
Yale University Press. (New Haven, Connecticut, USA);
Zelger, Esmé B. - Ivor Nicholson & Watson Ltd., Publishers. (London, UK);
Incomplete letter from Goldman to unknown.
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Correspondence with Manley M. Aaron, Harry Payne Burton, Alfred A. Knopf, Arthur Leonard Ross and Bernard Smith - Alfred A. Knopf Inc. (New York, USA) regarding corrections to the script and the publishing of Living my life, later of the cheaper edition, and her requests for review copies of books and articles on behalf of her lectures. Contains also enclosed copies of a memo from R.A. Preston ('R.A.P.') to Knopf. 1930-1931, 1933-1935, 1937-1938. 1 folder
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Correspondence with Reinhold Busch of the Freie Arbeiter-Union Deutschlands (Berlin, Germany), Franz Gampe of the Reichsverband für Geburtenregelung und Sexualhygiene (Nuremberg, Germany) and others regarding the organization of her lecture tour in Germany and other countries. 1932. 1 folder
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Handwritten appointment letter by E.B. Foote of The Free Speech League (New York, USA) of Goldman as fund raiser for the defense of John Turner. 1904;"Justice" and Emma Goldman, circular copy of a protest letter by several lawyers, editors, authors and journalists in the US and a letter by J.H. Greer (Chicago, Illinois, USA) to The Justice Socialist Democratic Paper (London, UK) against the published charge of Goldman being a spy and an agent of the Russian secret police. 1911;Letter of introduction of Goldman from Charles Erskine Scott Wood - Williams, Wood & Linthicum, Attorneys (Portland, Oregon, USA) to Mr. Cotterill. 1912;Letter of authorization of Goldman from the Peter Kropotkin Memorial Committee (Moscow, Russia) to be the representative at the International Anarchist Congress 1921 (Berlin, Germany). 1921;Transcript of a signed statement by M. Eleanor Fitzgerald of the Provincetown Playhouse and Greenwich Village Theatre (New York, USA) that bearer Emma Goldman is reporting on potential plays for their theatres at their request. 1925;Copy of an unsigned statement by the British Committee for the Defence of Political Prisoners in Russia addressed to the Anglo-Russian Trade Union Conference in London (UK) as a protest against the treatment by the Russian government of its political prisoners. 1925. 1 cover
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Concept of an introduction by Rebecca West to Goldman's book on Russia. 1925;Text of an interview of Goldman by Frederic A. Steele. 1929;Typoscript of excerpts of articles concerning Goldman from newspapers from 1892 till 1927. Incomplete. N.d.;Handwritten list of articles concerning Emma Goldman published 1908 in the Chicago Inter Ocean (Chicago, Illinois, USA) and handwritten copy of the article Emma Goldman tells her story to the public. N.d.; Emma Goldman's Living my life. Text of a review in L'Adunata dei refrattori (New York, USA). N.d.;If you like jazz you're classed as an anarchist. Text of an article in the Toronto Star Weeky (Toronto, Canada), 1926. N.d.;In the shadow of liberty, by Edward Corsi. First page of a text of a review in unknown publication, 1935. N.d.;'A pious pagan'. Parts of a text by John Swinton. N.d.;Sneers at all religion, Jeers at loyalty. Text of an article in the Evening Telegram (Toronto, Canada), 1927. N.d.;Untitled. "Miss Emma Goldman holds that German literature ...". Fragment of a text of an article announcing a lecture from Goldman at the YMCA. N.d.;Untitled. "A.B. E.G. trial", "the Tombs awaiting being sent to Atlanta ...". Fragment of a typescript of a text by unknown, summarizing several 1917 arrests, trials and sentences. N.d. 1 folder
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Dedications written by the author or others in books given to Goldman and/or Alexander Berkman. 1915, 1929-1934, 1937. 1 box and 1 folder
Boyle, Kay. (Nice, France). In: Kay Boyle, The first lover and other stories. (New York, 1933). Dedication to Goldman and Berkman. 1933;
D (for Emily 'Demi' Coleman?). In: Emily Holmes Coleman, The shutter of snow. (New York, 1930). N.d.;
Denison, Merrill. (Toronto, Canada). In: Merrill Denison, The unheroic north, four Canadian plays. (Toronto, 1923). 1937;
Dowling, Allan. (Paris, France). In: Allan Dowling, The kingdom of towers. (New York, 1928). 1929;
Earle, Reginald. In: William J. Burns, The masked war. (London etc., 1913). 1915;
Hays, Arthur Garfield. In: Arthur Garfield Hays, Let freedom ring. (New York, 1928). N.d.;
Reitman, Ben L. In: Ben L. Reitman, The second oldest profession. (New York, 1931). Contains a written dedication to Berkman and a printed dedication to Goldman. 1931. (box)
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Rice, Elmer. (New York, USA). In: Elmer Rice, Judgment day, a melodrama in three acts. (New York, 1934). 1934;
Scully, Frank. In: Lady McCarthy, My Monte Carlo indiscretions. (Nice, 1930). Dedication to Berkman. 1931;
Weinberger, Harry. In: James A. McNeill Whistler, "Ten o'clock". (Portland, Maine, 1925). 1931. (folder)
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Miscellaneous documents concerning the Spanish Civil War. 1936-1939. 5 covers
Carbon copies of minutes of meetings, circular letters, manifestos, reports and bulletins from the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI), Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA) and others, Goldman partly involved, including copies of texts of a speech by Goldman at a mass-meeting, a radio-talk and an address at the mass-meeting of the youth of the FAI in Barcelona, Spain. 1936-1937.
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Carbon copies of minutes of meetings, circular letters, manifestos, reports and bulletins from the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI), Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA) and others, Goldman partly involved. 1938-1939.
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Carbon copies of minutes of meetings, circular letters, manifestos, reports and bulletins from the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España and Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI), Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA) and others, Goldman partly involved. N.d.
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Letters of authorization of Goldman from CNT-FAI, Generalitat de Catalunya, Camillo Berneri, Mujeres Libres and others to be their representative in England, at conferences or in dealing with publishers. Contains also receipts and a balance sheet. 1936-1938 and n.d.
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Other documents and correspondence of Goldman and others. 1936-1939 and n.d.
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'Accursed are the poor'. Texts of poems and verses for children. N.d.;'Dem braven Sasha zum 65. Geburtstag'. Text by Rudolf Rocker concerning Alexander Berkman. N.d.;'Escola del Mar. Visita spirituelle à l'École de la Mer'. Carbon copy brochure concerning a community of pupils and teachers in Barcelona (Spain), founded in 1921. N.d.; 'From letter of Alden S. Huling to Henry George, dated Jan. 23, 1888'. Part of a text from Free Society, 1898. N.d. With a handwritten note concerning an article in The Standard in 1887 on Henry George. N.d.;'Intrigues of Franco's Trotzkyist agents'. Text by N. Oliver, special correspondent of Pravda, translated by Doris Zhook and with a written marginal note by Goldman. N.d.;'John Turner. An equilibrist of cowardice and deceit'. Excerpt of an article by D. Maretsky in the Moscow Pravda in 1925. N.d.;'July 19th 1936. Garcia Oliver speaks'. Text of an article. N.d.;Der Leidensweg Erich Mühsams, by Kreszentia Mühsam. Carbon copy of the text. N.d.;'The Trotzkyist-Fascist "putsch" in Barcelona'. Text of an article by B. Mihailov in the Moscow Pravda in 1937, translated by Doris Zhook and with a written marginal note by Goldman. N.d. 1 folder
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Newspaper clippings concerning Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman. Contains also clippings of printed articles by Goldman and Berkman and printed invitations and pamphlets concerning mass meetings, lectures and book orders. 1897, 1909, 1911-1912, 1914, 1916-1917, 1919, 1922-1923, 1925-1937, 1939 and n.d.
1897, 1909, 1911-1912, 1914, 1916-1917, 1919, 1922-1923, 1925-1930.
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1931, May - September.
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1931, October.
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1931, November.
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1931, December.
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1932, January - March.
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1932, April.
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1932, August, - 1933.
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1934.
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1935.
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1936-1937, 1939.
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N.d.
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Newspaper clippings concerning Russia, the Spanish Civil War, Sacco and Vanzetti, literature and other subjects. 1902, 1909, 1911-1912, 1917, 1920, 1925-1929, 1931-1939 and n.d.
1902, 1911-1912, 1917, 1920, 1926-1929, 1931-1934.
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1935.
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1936-1939.
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N.d.
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Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings concerning Goldman, a telegram from Roger Baldwin to Goldman and two printed invitations to lectures and meetings with Goldman. 1932-1934. (volume)
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Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings concerning Goldman, a blank writing paper headed 'Welcome Home Tour of Emma Goldman' and a printed invitation to a meeting with Goldman. With in the back a signed name card from Ann Lord. 1934. (volume)
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Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings concerning Goldman and printed invitations to lectures and meetings with Goldman. With written dedications to Goldman and Berkman by Emmy Eckstein. 1934-1935.
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Correspondence and documents of Emma Goldman, found in the Alexander Berkman papers at the IISH (Amsterdam, Netherlands) and added to the Emma Goldman archive in 2003. Contains also some enclosed copies of letters from Berkman to others. 1912, 1922-1923, 1925-1927, 1929-1937 and n.d.. 4 folders
Correspondence. Alsberg, Henry G. - Goldman, Morris.
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Correspondence. Heiner, Frank, - Steimer, Mollie.
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Correspondence. Stein, Modest, - Williams, A.L.
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Unknown correspondents and other documents.
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Letters from Goldman to Frank G. Heiner (Chicago, Illinois, USA). With letters from Alexander Berkman (St.Tropez, France) and Bessie Kimmelman (New York, USA) to Heiner. 1934-1936. Added to the archive by Mrs. Heiner (Chicago, Illinois, USA) in 1953. 3 folders

NB. See also: General correspondence. Correspondence with Frank G. Heiner. Inv.nrs. 11-14.

1934, April - June.

NB. Contains also an enclosed copy of a letter from Ernest L. Meyer of The Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin, USA) to Goldman and Montreal newspaper clippings concerning Goldman.

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1934, July - December.

NB. Contains also enclosed copies of correspondence of Goldman with George R. Leighton - Harper's Magazine (New York, USA) and with Roger Baldwin (New York, USA), of a text of a statement by Joseph (Joe) Goldman (Chicago, Illinois, USA) and a reply letter by Emma Goldman, a circular invitation for her lectures in Montreal and a clipping from the New York World-Telegram.

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1935-1936.

NB. Contains also enclosed copies of letters from Goldman to Samuel D. Schmalhausen (New York, USA), Cassius V. Cook, Alexander Berkman?, a collective of friends and collectives of comrades, subscription tickets, a circular invitation and clippings concerning her lectures, a Christmas card from Goldman to Mrs. Heiner and copies of letters from Berkman to Rudolf Rocker (New York, USA), to Arnold Gingrich of the Esquire and to Michael (?) (Chicago, Illinois, USA).

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Photocopies of letters, postcards and telegrams from Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman to Ellen A. Kennan (Denver, Colorado, USA; New York, USA). 1912-1919, 1922-1932. Photocopies of the letters, belonging to Mrs. F.M. Brach (Modesta, California, USA), sister of Ellen A. Kennan, added to the archive by Richard Drinnon in 1972 and 1974. 4 folders
Goldman to Kennan. 1912-1916.

NB. Contains also a photocopy of a postcard from Berkman to Kennan (1915).

Goldman to Kennan. 1917-1919, 1922-1923, 1925-1930, 1932.

NB. Contains also photocopies of letters from Goldman to Catherine 'Bobushka' 'Babushka' Breshkovsky (1918), Alexander Schapiro (Paris, France) (1925), Evelyn Scott (1927) and Stewart Kerr (1929).

Goldman to Kennan. N.d.
Berkman to Kennan. 1913-1916, 1919 and n.d.

NB. Contains also photocopies of letters from Berkman to Eleanor 'Fitzie' Fitzgerald (1919).

Photocopies of letters from and to Emma Goldman, by Arthur, Carlo Tresca, Max Nettlau, Rudolf Rocker, E.C. Carbo, Dorothy Giesecke-Rogers, Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (SIA), E.G. Colton, Alexander Berkman, Stella Ballantine. With some other documents. 1936-1940, 1965. 1 folder

NB. Originals in possession of Federico Arcos, photocopies received in 1979 and later.

Photo's from the Emma Goldman papers not transferred to the audiovisual department of the IISH. Contains a.o. photo's with text on the backside and unidentified photo's. 1 box

NB. With a list of the photo's transferred and described in the audiovisual department in the past.