Boris Yelensky Papers
NB. Consists of letters received and sent primarily as secretary of the FSG and ABAF (occasionally, from 1957 onward, on his own behalf) concerning fundraising, relief work and publication activities.
NB. Alphabetically arranged by name.
American ORT Federation. 1947.
Arbeter Ring (Workmen's Circle, Chicago. 1957.
Asshbaugh, Carolyn, Sac City, Iowa. 1973.
NB. Includes two manuscripts, one by Morris Beresin for Yelensky's 60th birthday 1949 and one by Yelensky for Beresin's 75th birthday 1963 and some clippings in Yiddish.
Cultura Proletaria, anarchist exiles from Spain in the US, New York. 1943-1952.
NB. In Russian.
F.F.F. (Yidishe Anarkhistishe Federatsye), New York. 1946-1956.
Fogelson, A.W., Los Angeles. 1958-1962.
NB. In Yiddish.
NB. In Yiddish and Russian.
Finkler, Ethel B. 1961.
Fuller, Thomas (Libertarian Research), East Orleans, Mass. 1971-1972.
Gamberg, Morris, New York. 1958-1964. (Yiddish)
Goldman, Joseph, Los Angeles. 1948-1964. (Yiddish)
Goodfreund, A., San Francisco. 1947-1957.
Karpick, J., New York. 1971-1972. (Russian)
Katie (first name) on internal dissensions in the Free Society Group. 1963.
Kisliuk, Lilian, Washington. 1948.
Kovner, Hilda, NY. 1946, 1957.
Kovalenko, Theo, Michigan. 1950-1958. (Russian).
Labadie Collection, University of Michigan Library, Ann Arbor. 1934-1955.
Levey, Jeanne and Jay, San Mateo, California. 1949-1959.
Libertarian League, New York. 1956-1960.
Libertarian Refugee Fund, Los Angeles. 1945-1957.
Libertarian Refugee Fund, New York. 1956-1958.
Maximoff, Olga, Chicago. 1957-1958.
Mratchny, Mark, Los Angeles and New York. 1934-1957. (Russian and Yiddish).
Pesotta, Rose, NY. 1946, 1948.
Porozoff, A.V., Detroit. 1948-1955.
Radical Library, Philadelphia. 1943-1957.
NB. Includes also correspondence from Berlin 1924-1925 and Windsor 1928.
Retort Press, Beardsfield N.Y. 1950-1952.
NB. Contains some clippings and other document concerning Rudolf Rocker.
Schwarz, Anna, The Modern School, Stelton, New York. 1947-1958.
Shapiro, Alexander, NY. 1936, 1943.
Siegel, Ada, New York. 1951-1952.
Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista (S.I.A.), New York, 1943-1946 and Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc. 1954-1956.
Solomon, Sydney, New York. 1950-1952.
Sosnovsky, Anna, Los Angeles. 1940-1949 (-1958).
Strauss, M., New York. 1962-1963.
NB. Contains copy of a recommendation letter of P. Kropotkin 1903.
NB. Includes some correspondence with the family about burying of her ashes in the Waldheim Cemetery.
Wieck, David. 1971.
Workers' Circle for Freeland, New York. 1950.
Workmens' Circle , Chicago, Michigan and New York. 1939, 1942, 1954-1955.
Yellin, B., Elsinore CA. 1957-1964.
Miscellaneous letters, including some personal correspondence and papers. 1947-1971 and n.d.
NB. alphabetically arranged by name.
Anarchist Federation of Britain, London. 1948-1949.
Association Internationale des Travailleurs (A.I.T.) (John Andersson), Stockholm. 1939, 1947-1948.
NB. Includes letters of some other persons.
Česnik-family, in German DP-camps. 1949-1952.
Canipa, Marry, Essex. 1971-1972.
NB. Contains also letters from some other Italian anarchists.
NB. Includes also correspondence concerning the immigration of Tatiana and Victoria Česnik.
NB. See also inv.nrs. 42-43.
NB. Includes also some other correspondence concerning support for Bulgarian antifascists.
Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo-MLE Federacion de Masseube. 1946-1948.
NB. Includes also correspondence with some other Spanish refugees.
Fauchois, R., Paris. 1957.
Fédération Anarchiste Française, Paris. 1945.
Föderation Freiheitlicher Sozialisten, Darmstadt. 1948-1955.
Fraye Arbeter Shtime, Paris Group. 1951. (Russian).
Gorodisky, Jona, Buenos Aires. 1959-1972. (Yiddish).
Hamburg, S., Haifa. 1960-1961.
Hope, Robert, Glasgow. 1955.
IISH, Amsterdam. 1959.
Lamberet, R., Paris. 1956-1961.
Li Pei Kan, Shanghai. 1949.
Libertarian Socialist Institute, Bombay. 1947-1956.
Montseny, Federica (Solidarité Internationale Antifaciste), Toulouse. With lists of addresses of needy comrades. 1946-1960.
Munoz, V. Montevideo. 1968-1972.
Petersen, C.H., Denmark. 1952.
Relgis, Eugen, Montevideo. 1950.
Relief Fund of the IWMA for Anarchists and Anarco-Syndicalists Imprisoned and Exiled in Russia, Paris. 1931-1959.
Rezanovich, H., Montreal. 1946-1947.
Rocker, Rudolf (Relief Fund of the IWMA for Anarchists and Anarco-Syndicalists Imprisoned and Exiled in Russia), Berlin. 1930-1933.
NB. Addressed to Fedoreshen.
NB. See also inv.nrs. 36-37.
Solidaridad Anarquista Internacional, Buenos Aires. 1949-1950.
Solidarité Internationale Antifasciste, Paris and Toulouse. 1946-1951.
Spain and the World, London. 1938.
Steimer, Mollie and Senya Fleshin, Paris-Mexico. 1928, 1940-1959.
Stettner, David, Paris. 1965-1967.
Verlag Die Freie Gesellschaft (Leinau Gretel), Darmstadt. 1949-1956.
NB. Includes letters of political prisoners, refugees and other anarchist comrades and groups concerning mainly the relief work.
Arranged alphabetically by country.
NB. Includes letters of Spanish refugees.
NB. Arranged alphabetically by city.
NB. Correspondents include Franz Barwich and Fritz Linow.
NB. Correspondents include Bernhard and Erna Koch and Ita Busch.
Frankfurt a.M. 1947-1949, 1957.
NB. Correspondents include Julius Nolden and Otto Gollin.
NB. Correspondents include Georg Hepp and M. Gundermann.
NB. Correspondents include Sepp Frey, Arthur Neudeck and Karl Stecker.
NB. Correspondents include Hans and Grete Saballa.
NB. Correspondents include Jakob Scherrer, Heinrich Kiefer and Jakob Gross.
NB. Correspondents include Hans Weigl and Georg Mayer.
NB. Correspondents include Franz Gampe.
NB. Correspondents include Theodor Müller.
NB. Correspondents include Wilhelm Kuhwald.
NB. Correspondents include August Benner and Walter Tacker.
NB. Includes also an article about the title "scientific anarchism'', probably by Maximoff.
NB. Correspondents include Luce Fabbri, A. de Santillan, Li Pei Kan, M. Pierrot and Augustin Souchy.
NB. For the manuscript and typescripts of In the struggle for equality see inv.nrs. 90-92.
Bessie Yelensky (1891-1968) . With the Spanish translation. 1968.
Boris Yelensky , some biografhical sketches on his own life. 1970.
A brief history of the Makhnovist movement 1917-1921 . N.d.
The great terror . (By Berl Kavkazer). 1969.
Olga Freidlin-Maximoff . (Copy) N.d.
Open letter to the editors of Freedom . 1972.
El Periodo de Krensky en 1917 . (In Spanish). N.d.
A romantic dream of a constructive idea? 1968.
Rodolf Rocker 1873-1958 . (in Russian) 1958.
NB. Arranged alphabetically by author.
See also inv.nr. 88.
NB. Yelensky was the secretary of the committee.
NB. Includes the manuscript of an article by Boris Yelensky on the 3rd anniversary of Simon Farber's death.