Chellis Glendinning Papers (1890-2008, bulk 1980s-2007)
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   Container / Location    Title
 
Correspondence [series]:

The Correspondence series is the largest part of the collection. It consists primarily of letters sent to Mrachnyi by his anarchist comrades, although it also includes several letters written by Mrachnyi.

 
Outgoing
 
Arshinov, Petr Andreevich; in Russian with translation,  1925
 
 1925
Box   1 Folder   1
 Aug. 20 [n.p.]

(In Russian.

Enclosures lacking.

Attacks N[estor] M[akhno] and says he must refuse to contribute to Delo Truda.

Accompanied by translation.)

Box   1 Folder   1
 Sept. 13 Berlin

(In Russian.

Enlarges on his refusal to write for Delo Truda and the impossibility of his being associated with Nestor Makhno.

Accompanied by translation.)

 
Incoming, Personal
 
Abad de Santillán, Diego; in German and French,  1934-36
 
 1934
Box   1 Folder   2
 Nov. 22 Barcelona

(Letterhead: Tierra y Libertad.

In German.)

 
 1936
Box   1 Folder   2
 Feb. 12 Barcelona

(Letterhead: Ediciones Tierra y Libertad.

In French.

Holograph note on verso by Agnes Inglis.)

 
Anderson, John; in French,  1938
 
 1938
Box   1 Folder   3
 Dec. 7 Stockholm

(Letterhead: Sverges Arbetares Central-organisation.

In French.)

 
Arshinov, Petr Andreevich (1887-); in Russian, with translations; ,  1925-1926

(All are in Russian, accompanied by translations prepared by Charles Gilbert, 1980-81.)

 
 1925
Box   1 Folder   4
 June 28 Paris

(Concerns imprisoned anarchist comrades in Russia, and articles for publication in Delo Truda on the anarchist movement.)

Box   1 Folder   4
 July 10 [n.p.]

(Reports that Mrachnyi's article on anarchist persecution in Russia appared in Delo Truda, no.2.

Fears the possibility of endangering persons in U.S.S.R. through publication of excerpts from their letters.)

Box   1 Folder   4
 [July?] [n.p.]

(Incomplete. First page only. Lacks signature and date. (old Scotch tape along left edge indicates Labadie Collection originally had all of the letter))

Box   1 Folder   4
 [July?] [n.p.]

(Concerns articles for Delo Truda. )

Box   1 Folder   4
 Aug. 20 [n.p.]

(Concerns "Revue Ju An" [i.e. Revue des Jeunes Anarquistes?], and further contributions.)

Box   1 Folder   4
 [August?] [n.p.]

(Reply to letter of Aug. 20.

Accompanied by shortened copy (1 p., TL)

Protests Mrachnyi's decision to quit Delo Truda. )

Box   1 Folder   4
 Oct. 11 [n.p.]
Box   1 Folder   4
 Oct. 13 [n.p.]
 
 1926
Box   1 Folder   4
 Apr. 9 [n.p.]
 
Baldwin, Roger Nash (1884-1981); in English,  1933
 
 1933
Box   1 Folder   5
 Jan. 25 New York

(Proxy signature.

Letterhead: International Committee for Political Prisoners.

In English.)

 
Berkman, Alexander (1870-1936); in English,  1932-36

(All in English.)

 
 1932
Box   1 Folder   6
 Dec. 5 Nice, France

(Signed "S" [i.e.Sasha, i.e.Alexander Berkman]

Gives news of Emma Goldman; asks that the fact that he is the translator of the Bulletin be kept secret.)

 
 1933
Box   1 Folder   6
 Feb. 15 Nice, France

(Addressed to "Comrades Mratchny and [Mark] Holtz"

Concerns death of Marie Isidorovna Goldsmith and suggests a fund be raised for publishing her collected articles and pamphlets on anarchism; also suggests a surprise demonstration of appreciation honoring Rudolf Rocker on his 60th birthday.)

 
 1934
Box   1 Folder   6
 July 13 St. Tropez, France

(Enclosure lacking.)

Box   1 Folder   6
 Oct. 7 St. Tropez, France
 
 1935
Box   1 Folder   6
 Nov. 1 Nice, France
Box   1 Folder   6
 Dec. 10 Nice, France

(Addressed to B. Vladek.

Note in margin: copy for M.M. [i.e. Mark Mrachnyi]

Incomplete--first page only.)

 
 1936
Box   1 Folder   6
 Jan. 3 Nice, France

(Enclosure: copy of letter from B. Vladeck to "Comrade Berkman," Dec. 23, 1935.)

Box   1 Folder   6
 Jan. 5 Nice, France
Box   1 Folder   6
 Jan. 31 Nice, France

(Concerns raising funds for anarchist and anarcho-syndicalist prisoners.)

Box   1 Folder   6
 Feb. 15 Nice, France

(From Emmy Eckstein.

Note enclosed with letter (lacking) from Sasha [i.e.Berkman]

Gives news of Berkman and of Emma [Goldman])

 
Besnard, Pierre; in French,  1937

(All in French, on paper bearing the letterhead of the Association Internationale des Travailleurs, unless otherwise noted.)

 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   7
 Mar. 19 Paris

(Enclosure lacking.)

Box   1 Folder   7
 Mar. 30 Paris
Box   1 Folder   7
 Apr. 19 Paris

(On plain paper.)

Box   1 Folder   7
 May 21 Paris

(Enclosures: 3 receipts.)

Box   1 Folder   7
 May 25 Paris

(Enclosure lacking.)

Box   1 Folder   7
 May 26 Paris
Box   1 Folder   7
 June 21 Paris
Box   1 Folder   7
 June 30 Paris

(Postscript, typescript signed, on p.2.)

Box   1 Folder   7
 Aug. 5 Paris

(Enclosures lacking.)

Box   1 Folder   7
 Aug. 6 Stockholm

(Addressed to "Camarades.")

Box   1 Folder   7
 Aug. 10 Paris

(Postscript, holograph signed, on p.2.)

Box   1 Folder   7
 Nov. 4 Paris
Box   1 Folder   7
 Nov. 12 Paris

(Proxy signature.)

 
Bluestein, Abe; in English,  1937

(In English, written while serving as correspondent for Freie Arbeiter Stimme covering the Spanish Revolution.)

 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   8
 May 12 [Barcelona, Spain]

(Typed signature: Abe Coleman.

Tells of conditions he found on arrival.)

Box   1 Folder   8
 June 3 Barcelona

(Letterhead: C.N.T.--A.I.T.--F.A.I.

Note in upper margin: Private.

Holograph postscript.

Concerns his stopover in London, the coronation, and his visit to the House of Commons; also his propaganda plans for Spain.)

Box   1 Folder   8
 June 25 [Barcelona?]

(Concerns Mrachnyi's failure to respond to his cables as intended and other problems he has as correspondent for F.A.S.; also his plans for articles and pamphlets.)

Box   1 Folder   8
 Sept. 10 [Barcelona?]

(Holograph postscripts.

Sends article (lacking).

Reports on available food, and of being robbed.)

Box   1 Folder   8
 Sept. 27 [Barcelona]

(Holograph postscript.

Sends article (lacking).

Tells of conditions in Spain; reports of deserters from the International Brigade.)

 
Borghi, Armado; in French,  1937(?)
 
 [1937?]
Box   1 Folder   9
 Oct. 7 [n.p.]

(In French.)

 
Bunin, Solomon; in Russian, with translation,  1937
 
 1926
Box   1 Folder   10
 Sept. 7 [n.p.]

(In Russian.

Page 3 is in German (same letter in translation?)

Sends thanks for money.)

 
Buria, I.; in Russian, with translation,  1922
 
 1922
Box   1 Folder   11
 Aug. 23 New York

(Addressed to " 'Comrade' Syndicalists!"

Letterhead: Americanskye Isvestia.

In Russian.

Concerns accusation that he has been working with Soviets; disassociates himself.)

 
Comitéde Ayuda a Euzkadi y Norte
 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   37
 July 25 Barcelona

(Signature illegible.

On letterhead of the Comité.

In Spanish.)

 
Cornelissen, Christian (1864-); in French,  1937-38

(All in French.)

 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   12
 Mar. 8 Plessis-Robinson, Seine

(Enclosures lacking.)

Box   1 Folder   12
 Aug. 21 Plessis-Robinson, Seine
 
 1938
Box   1 Folder   12
 Jan. 3 Plessis-Robinson, Seine
Box   1 Folder   12
 May 25 Paris

(See also notes to Mrachnyi added as postscripts to his "Lettres de France" in the Freie Arbeiter Stimme papers.)

(Make a link to this finding aid.)

 
Eichenbaum, Vsevolod Mikhailovich (1882-1945); in Russian, with translation,  1934-35
 
 1934
Box   1 Folder   13
 Sept. 15 Paris

(In Russian.)

 
 1935
Box   1 Folder   13
 Feb. 14 Paris

(In Russian.

Postscript on 3d lf.)

 
Fabbri, Luigi (1877-1935); in French and Italian,  1930-34
 
 1930
Box   1 Folder   14
 Nov. 7 Montevideo, Uruguay

(In French.)

Box   1 Folder   14
 Dec. 19 Montevideo, Uruguay

(In Italian.)

 
 1934
Box   1 Folder   14
 Nov. 18 Montevideo, Uruguay

(In Italian.)

 
Ferrero-Sallito Defense Conference
 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   38
 Oct. 16 New York
 
Frumkin, Abraham (1870-1940); in Yiddish,  1933
 
 1933
Box   1 Folder   15
 Mar. 23 New York

(Letterhead: Freie Arbeiter Stimme.

In Yiddish.)

 
Giraud, Victor ; in French,  1936
 
 1936
Box   1 Folder   16
 Dec. 24 Paris

(Letterhead: Association Internationale des Travailleurs.

In French.)

 
Goldman, Emma 1869-1940; in French, German, and Russian with translation
 
Letters to Mark Mrachnyi,  1922-1940

(Included are letters to Mark Mrachnyi (a.k.a. Clevans, Klavansky, and Mratchny), and his wife, Johanna (Boetz) Clevans. There are also several letters to Samuel Freedman, with whom he was associated as editor of the Freie Arbeiter [UNK]. At the end are grouped several items intended for publication in Freie Arbeiter Stimme. Unless otherwise indicated, the letters are typescripts, and in English.)

 
 [n.y.]
Box   1 Folder   17
 [n.d.] [n.p.]

(Postcard.

Addressed to M. Klavansky.

In Russian.

Accompanied by translation.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 Saturday [n.p.]

(In Russian and German.

Accompanied by translation.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 Friday [n.p.]

(In Russian.

Accompanied by translation.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 [n.d.] [n.p.]

(In Russian.

Accompanied by translation.)

 
 1922
Box   1 Folder   17
 Feb. 5 Stockholm

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 Mar. 2 Stockholm

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 Mar. 17 Stockholm

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 Mar. 26 Stockholm

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 Apr. 8 Stockholm

(In German.)

 
 1924
Box   1 Folder   17
 Aug. 21 Paris

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 Oct. 4 London

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 Dec. 6 London

(In German.)

 
 1925
Box   1 Folder   17
 Jan. London

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 June 8 London

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   17
 Dec. 11 [London]

(Addressed to Mark Klavels [i.e.Mrachnyi].

In English.)

 
 1926
Box   1 Folder   17
 Apr. 15 London

(In German.)

 
 1927
Box   1 Folder   17
 Mar. 1 Winnipeg

(In German.)

 
 1931
Box   1 Folder   18
 July 29 St. Tropez

(Addressed to Mark and Johanna.)

 
 1935
Box   1 Folder   18
 Feb. 3 Montreal

(Addressed to Johanna.

Accompanied by copies of letters to Samuel Schmalhausen, Jan. 28, 1935, and J.B. Lind, Feb. 1, 1935.)

 
 1936
Box   1 Folder   18
 Sept. 13 St. Tropez
Box   1 Folder   18
 Sept. 23 Barcelona

(Written beneath a letter addressed to "Dear Comrade" [i.e.Mark Mrachnyi] from Martin [no surname].)

Box   1 Folder   18
 Nov. 3 Barcelona

(Note only.

Written in the margins of a carbon copy of a letter to Rudolf [Rocker].)

 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   18
 Jan. 5 London
Box   1 Folder   18
 Feb. 8 London
Box   1 Folder   18
 Mar. 2 London

(Addressed to [Samuel] Friedman [i.e.Freedman])

Box   1 Folder   18
 Apr. 2 London

(Accompanied by copies of letters to "Dear Friend" [i.e.Robert, no surname] Feb. 26, 1937; to John Cowper Powys, Mar. 28, 1937; to B. Yelensky, Apr. 1, 1937; to Mrs. Jeanne Levey, Mar. 30, 1937; to Rose Peseta [i.e.Pesotta] Apr. 2, 1937.)

Box   1 Folder   18
 Oct.24 Barcelona

(Addressed to Samuel [Freedman])

 
 1938
Box   1 Folder   18
 Feb. 4 London

(Accompanied by a copy of a letter to M.R. Vazquez and P. Herrera, Jan. 20, 1938.)

Box   1 Folder   18
 Mar. 4 London
Box   1 Folder   18
 Sept. 30 Barcelona

(Addressed to Samuel [Freedman])

Box   1 Folder   18
 Nov. 22 London
Box   1 Folder   18
 Dec. 9 London

(Addressed to Mark [Mrachnyi] and Samuel [Freedman])

 
 1939
Box   1 Folder   18
 Jan. 30 London
Box   1 Folder   18
 May 29 Toronto
Box   1 Folder   18
 July 1 Toronto
 
Letters to Freie Arbeiter Stimme
Box   1 Folder   18
 1939 July 24
Box   1 Folder   18
 1939 Oct. 4
Box   1 Folder   18
 [1939?]

(Headed: Save Arthur Bortoletti)

Box   1 Folder   18
 [1939?]
Box   1 Folder   18
 1940 Feb. 6

(Enclosure: Statement, Fund for Spanish refugees.)

 
Haussard, Lucien; in French,  1923
 
 1923
Box   1 Folder   19
 Dec. 11 Paris

(In French.)

 
Herrera, Pedro; in German,  1938
 
 1938
Box   1 Folder   20
 Jan. 19 Barcelona

(Letterhead: Federatión Anarquista Ibérica.

In German.)

Box   1 Folder   20
 May 3 Barcelona

(Same letterhead.

In German.)

 
Karfunkel, Anita (Hertz); in English,  1940
 
 1940
Box   1 Folder   21
 Aug. 5 Avignon

(Typed signature.

In English.)

 
Kater, Fritz; in German,  1932
 
 1932
Box   1 Folder   22
 Jan. 5 Berlin

(In German.)

 
Khomich, V.; in Russian with translation,  1925
 
 1925
Box   1 Folder   23
 Aug. 5 [n.p.]

(Letterhead: Golos Truzhennika.

In Russian.)

Box   1 Folder   23
 Sept. 14 [n.p.]

(Letterhead: Golos Truzhennika.

In Russian.)

 
Lehning, Arthur; in German,  1936
 
 1936
Box   1 Folder   24
 Dec. 14 [n.p.]

(In German.

Autograph postscript.)

Box   1 Folder   24
 1937
Box   1 Folder   24
 Feb. 5 [n.p.]

(In German and English.)

 
Makhno, Nestor (1889-1934), in Russian with translation,  1925
 
 1925
Box   1 Folder   25
 June 25 [n.p.]

(In Russian.)

 
Maksimov, Grigorii Petrovich (1893-1950) ; in Russian with translation,  1924-27
 
Letters to Mark Mrachnyi,  1924-1927

(All are in Russian and are holographs signed, unless otherwise noted.

These letters chiefly concern Mrachnyi's work on the Chicago anarchist journal, Golos Truzhennika [i.e. Voice of the Laborer], its financial troubles, and his fellow workers, as well as personal matters.)

 
 1924
Box   1 Folder   26
 Oct. 20 [France?]
 
 1925
Box   1 Folder   26
 June 22 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 July 14 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 July 27 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 Aug. 16 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 Sept. 7 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 Sept. 19 Chicago, IL
 
 1926
Box   1 Folder   26
 Jan. 12 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 Feb. 5 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 Feb. 22 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 Mar. 28 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 Apr. 9 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 June 28 Chicago, IL

(Unsigned.)

Box   1 Folder   26
 Oct. 24 Chicago, IL
 
 [1926?]
Box   1 Folder   26
 [n.d.]

(Fragment: beginning page lacking.

Paper is same as used early in 1926.)

 
 1927
Box   1 Folder   26
 Feb. 1 Chicago, IL
Box   1 Folder   26
 Mar. 7 Chicago, IL
 
Mühsam, Kreszentia; in German,  1935
 
 1935
Box   1 Folder   27
 Feb. 11 Prague

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   27
 Mar. 18 Prague

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   27
 May 8 Prague

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   27
 June 21 Prague

(In German.)

Box   1 Folder   27
 Aug. 1 Prague

(In German.)

 
"N", unnamed correspondent; in English,  1928
 
 1928
Box   1 Folder   28
 March [n.p.]

(Signed: "N"

Probably a translation.

Sent as an enclosure by an unnamed correspondent.

A report on the condition of prisoners in the U.S.S.R., probably for publication in Freie Arbeiter Stimme. )

 
Nemeritskaia, Liubov Grigorevna; in Russian with translation,  1926
 
 1926
Box   1 Folder   29
 July 8 Saratov, U.S.S.R.

(In Russian.

Lower portion of 2d leaf torn away.

Postscript on p. [4])

 
Nettlau, Max (1865-1944); German,  1925

(All of the letters are in German.)

 
 1925
Box   1 Folder   30
 Feb. 19 Vienna
Box   1 Folder   30
 Mar. 5 Vienna

(Written on verso of business stationery.)

Box   1 Folder   30
 Apr. 7 Vienna

(With postscript.)

Box   1 Folder   30
 Oct. 12 [n.p.]
 
Oll, Jo; in German,  1938
 
 [1938?]
Box   1 Folder   31
 Apr. 26 Stockholm

(Letterhead: Deutsche Anarcho-syndikalisten.

In German.)

Box   1 Folder   31
 Apr. 30 Stockholm

(Letterhead: Deutsche Anarcho-syndikalisten.

In German.)

 
Rocker, Rudolf (1873-1958); in German and Yiddish,  1925-1939

(In German, except where noted.)

 
 1925
Box   1 Folder   32
 Nov. [17 or 19] Toronto

(From Millie Rocker.

In Yiddish.

Concerns publication of Rudolf Rocker's works, translation of his Behind Barbed Wire and Bars, speaking tour on which she is accompanying him, and formation of local groups to promote the [] movement.

With translations made by Prof. H. Paper.)

 
 1933
Box   1 Folder   32
 Dec. 21 Denver

(Signed: Rudolf & Milly.)

Box   1 Folder   32
 May 22 London

(Signed: Rudolf & Milly.)

 
 1934
Box   1 Folder   32
 May 24 New York
 
 1939
Box   1 Folder   32
 June 14 Crompond, NY

(Enclosure lacking.)

 
Rudiger, Helmut 1903-; in German, French, and English,  1935-1939
 
Letters to Mark Mrachnyi,  1935-1939

(In German, except where noted.)

 
 1935
Box   1 Folder   33
 Jan. 7 Barcelona

(Postscript on p. [2]; autograph notes in margin of p. [1])

 
 1936
Box   1 Folder   33
 Mar. 24 Barcelona

(Signed: R.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Oct. 14 Barcelona

(Letterhead: C.N.T.--A.I.T.--F.A.I. Signed: H.R.)

 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   33
 Feb. 15 Barcelona

(Letterhead: Association Internationale des Travailleurs.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Feb. 16 Barcelona

(Letterhead: Association Internationale des Travailleurs.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Feb. 19 Barcelona

(Letterhead: C.N.T.--A.I.T.--F.A.I.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Feb. 22 Barcelona

(Letterhead: Association Internationale des Travailleurs.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Mar. 23 Barcelona

(Addressed to Rudolf Rocker and M. Mratschny [i.e.Mrachnyi]

Letterhead: Association Internationale des Travailleurs.

Postscript on bottom of p. [1] and all of p. [2]

Enclosures: 2 letters, both dated Mar. 22, 1937, both typescripts (carbon copies). The letters are the same proposal, the first in French, the second in German.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 May 13 [n.p.]

(Letterhead: Association Internationale des Travailleurs.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Oct. 29 Paris

(Letterhead: Association Internationale des Travailleurs.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Nov. 4 Paris

(Letterhead: Association Internationale des Travailleurs.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Nov. 26 Paris

(Postscript on bottom of p.5 and all of p.6.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Dec. 20 Paris

(Persönliche Notizen über den ausserordent-lichen Kongress der IAA. Holograph corrections on p.1, and signed on verso of p.9.

Accompanied by translation (unsigned).)

 
 1938
Box   1 Folder   33
 Jan. 4 Paris

(Signature is typed initials.

Addendum to letter of Dec. 20.

Holograph note in bottom corner.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Jan. 23 [n.p.]

(Signed: H.

Addressed: Für R. Rocker pers.nlich.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Jan. 30 Paris

(Holograph notes and corrections throughout.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Feb. 16 Paris

(Holograph address in upper corner: "Sektion Nordamerika der IAA.")

Box   1 Folder   33
 Feb. 16 Paris
Box   1 Folder   33
 Apr. 22 Paris

(Proxy signature: M. Mascarell.

Letterhead: Association Internationale des Travailleurs.

In English.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Apr. 22 Paris

(In French.

Concerns Mrachnyi's change of address.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 June 13 [n.p.]

(With holograph corrections and additions.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Aug. 29 Paris

(With holograph corrections and postscript.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 Oct. 14 Paris

(Enclosure lacking.)

 
 1939
Box   1 Folder   33
 May 29 [n.p.]

(With holograph additions and postscript.

Enclosure lacking.)

Box   1 Folder   33
 June 13 [n.p.]

(Enclosures lacking.)

 
Schapiro, Alexander, d. 1946; in French, English and Russian with translation,  1924-37
 
Letters to Mark Mrachnyi,  1924-1937

(All are holographs signed and in Russian, except where noted. All were apparently written in Paris.

The letters chiefly concern anarchist groups and writings, and anarchists imprisoned in Russia. There are frequent references to the MTR (Mezhdunarodnoe tovarishchestvo rabochikh [i.e. International Workingmen's Association] founded in 1922).

The transcriptions are by Mrs. Olga Grendze; information for notes was supplied by Joseph Placek.)

 
 1924
Box   1 Folder   34
 Apr. 28 Paris?
 
 1926
Box   1 Folder   34
 Nov. 23 Paris?

(Enclosure: portion of letter, Schapiro to Alexander Berkman [n.d.] (2 p., in holograph).

Accompanied by letter, Mrachnyi to A. Berkman, written in holograph on versos of other letters.)

 
 1927
Box   1 Folder   34
 Feb. 7 Paris?
Box   1 Folder   34
 Feb. 22 Paris?
Box   1 Folder   34
 Feb. 27 Paris?
Box   1 Folder   34
 Mar. 9 Paris?
 
 1934
Box   1 Folder   34
 Oct. 27 Paris?

(Concerns Schapiro's work for the International Workingmen's Association relating to the movement in Spain.

Accompanied by typescript copy.)

 
 1935
Box   1 Folder   34
 May 26 [Paris]

(On the use of funds for the CNT [i.e. Consejo Nacional del Trabajo] through the mediation of the Freie Arbeiter Stimme; funds are to be used only for political prisoners or for propaganda in a specific country, and not for emigrés as such.

Accompanied by typescript copy.)

Box   1 Folder   34
 June 29 Paris

(On the matter of financial aid to political prisoners, the problem of approaching organizations for such aid, and the administration of such funds by the International Workingmen's Association.

Accompanied by typescript copy.)

Box   1 Folder   34
 Sept. 8 Paris

(Figuring on verso of last page.

Reference made to Schapiro's article in Freie Arbeiter Stimme which will begin a polemical series with Frumkin; asks Mrachnyi's ideas on present policies; remarks on the situation in Spain.

Accompanied by typescript copy.)

Box   1 Folder   34
 [n.d.] [Paris?]

(Incomplete; begins with p.3.

On verso: Confidential.

Remarks on the situation in the United States, on trade unions, and on the situation in Spain.

Accompanied by typescript copy.)

 
 1936
Box   1 Folder   34
 July 5 Paris

(Letterhead: IWA.

In English.)

 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   34
 Jan. 18 [Paris?]

(Signed "A."

Addressed to "Mon cher Armando" [i.e. Armando Borghi]

In French.)

Box   1 Folder   34
 July 25 [n.p.]

(In French and Russian.)

 
Souchy, Augustín, 1892-; in German and English,  1939
 
Letters to Mark Mrachnyi,  1932-1939

(All are typescripts signed, in German, except as noted.)

 
 1932
Box   1 Folder   35
 June 14 Berlin

(Letterhead: International Workingmen's

Association.)

 
 1935
Box   1 Folder   35
 Mar. 22 Paris
Box   1 Folder   35
 July 17 Stockholm
 
 1936
Box   1 Folder   35
 Feb. 7 Paris
Box   1 Folder   35
 Mar. 3 [n.p.]

(Holograph postscript on verso.)

Box   1 Folder   35
 Aug. 30 Paris

(Letterhead: Confederación Regional del Trabajo de Cataluña.

Holograph postscript.)

Box   1 Folder   35
 Nov. 2 Barcelona

(Letterhead: C.N.T.--A.I.T.--F.A.I. In English.

With enclosure.)

 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   35
 Mar. 12 Barcelona

(Letterhead: C.N.T.--A.I.T.--F.A.I.)

Box   1 Folder   35
 Apr. 22 Barcelona

(Includes signature of Martin Gudell in lower margin.)

Box   1 Folder   35
 May 31 Barcelona

(Letterhead: C.N.T.--A.I.T.--F.A.I.)

Box   1 Folder   35
 June 30 Barcelona

(Letterhead: C.N.T.--A.I.T.--F.A.I.)

 
 1939
Box   1 Folder   35
 Mar. 25 Paris

(Postscript in holograph and typescript.)

Box   1 Folder   35
 May 16 Paris
Box   1 Folder   35
 Oct. 9 Paris

(Signed by Thérèse Souchy. In French.

Enclosure lacking.)

 
 [ca.1939]
Box   1 Folder   35
 [n.d.] Paris

(Letterhead: Oficina de Servicios Exteriores de España.)

 
Yelensky, Boris, (1889-1974); in Russian with translation,  1926
 
 1926
Box   1 Folder   36
 Dec. 5 [Chicago]

(In Russian.

Concerns problems of paper, Golos Truzhennika, and efforts to aid anarchists in Russia.)

 
Incoming, Corporate Entries
Box   1 Folder   36
Comité de Ayuda a Euzkadi y Norte, in Spanish,  193
Box   1 Folder   36
Ferrero-Sallitto Defense Conference; in English,  1937
 
Man: a Monthly Journal of the Anarchist Ideal; in English,  1938
 
 1938
Box   1 Folder   36
 Sept. 15 Los Angeles, CA

(Signed: A. Marten, secretary.

On letterhead.)

 
Rocker Publications Committee; in English,  1939
 
 1939
Box   1 Folder   40
 May 5 Los Angeles, CA

(Signed: H. Yaffe.

On letterhead.)

 
Société Autodidacte; in Yiddish,  1939
 
 1939
Box   1 Folder   41
 Aug. 13 Paris

(Signed: Eva or Emma (?)

On letterhead.

In Yiddish.)

 
Vanguard: a Libertarian Communist Journal; in English,  1939
 
 1939
Box   1 Folder   42
 Feb. 3 New York

(Signed: Clara (?)

On letterhead.)

 
Radiograms to Freie Arbeiter Stimme, from the C.N.T.-F.A.I., Barcelona,  1937

(All are typescripts sent to New York, probably to Freie Arbeiter Stimme, from the C.N.T.-F.A.I. in Barcelona.)

 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   43
 June 2 Barcelona

(Letterhead: RCA Radiogram.)

 
 [n.y.]
Box   1 Folder   43
 [Sept.?] Barcelona

(Letterhead: Radiotelegrama, Via Transradio Española.

Manuscript note on verso.)

Box   1 Folder   43
 [n.d.] Barcelona

(Letterhead: Radiotelegrama, Via Transradio Española.)

 
Documents [series]:

The Documents series consists of one folder of various documents relating to Mrachnyi. It includes a letter of recommendation for Marc Klavansky, a contract between Alexandr Berkman and Semen Leiberman concerning the translation of a play by K.A. Trenev, and an acknowledgment of payment to Mark Mrachnyi from the International Ladies Garment Workers Union, 1926-1934)

 
 1926
Box   1 Folder   44
 Feb. 27 Berlin (1 p. TLS)

(Signed: V. Tischhauser(?)

In German.

Letter of recommendation for Marc Klavansky; from Feilchenfeld's Buch-, Kunst- und Verlagsdruckerei.)

Box   1 Folder   44
 November Berlin and Paris ([2] p.on 1 lf. TLS)

(In Russian.

Contract between Aleksandr Berkman and Semen Liberman regarding the translation of K.A. Trenev's play Pugachevshchina into English.

Mark Yakovlevich Klavanskii is named as intermediary (para. 8).

Accompanied by English translation.)

 
 1934
Box   1 Folder   44
 Oct. 4 New York (1 p. TLS)

(Signed: Eva A. Ehrlich, bookkeeper.

Addressed to: M. Friedman, Freie Arbeiter Stimme.

Letterhead: International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union.

In English.

Enclosure lacking.)

 
Association Internationale des Travailleurs Material [series]:

The Association Internationale des Travailleurs series consists of two folders of printed material promoting that organization.

 
Circulars; in French and German,  1937-1939
 
 1937
Box   1 Folder   45
 Aug. 9 Paris

(Circulaire N "17."

Signed P[ierre] Besnard.

In French.)

 
 [1938?]
Box   1 Folder   45
 [n.d.] Stockholm

(Circulaire n:o 1.

Signed: John Andersson.

In French.)

 
 1938
Box   1 Folder   45
 December Stockholm

(Rundschreiben N:r 2.

Signed: John Andersson.

In German.)

Box   1 Folder   45
 December Stockholm

(Circulaire n:o 3.

Signed: John Andersson.

In French.)

 
 1939
Box   1 Folder   45
 April Stockholm

(Zirkular Nummern 4-7.

Signed: John Andersson.

In German.)

Box   1 Folder   45
 October Stockholm

(Rundschreiben Nr. IX.

Signed: John Andersson.

In German.)

 
Manifesto; in French and German,  1938(?) Accompanied by:
 
 [1939?]
Box   1 Folder   46
 [n.d.]

(Au Prolétariat mondial: Manifeste de l'AIT.

In French.

2 copies.)

Box   1 Folder   46
 [n.d.]

(Am das Weltproletariat: Manifeste der IAA.

InGerman.)