Stephanus Fabijanovic Papers
5 Linear Feet (4 records center boxes and 1 flat folio)
Correspondence of Fabijanovic and his
wife, writings, photos, newspaper clippings, and an obituary of Fabijanovic from Freedom
relate to his philosophical and anarchist thought, a bakery and confectionery workers'
union, the publication and distribution of his papers, his travels, and personal matters.
Among the correspondents are Louis Adamic, John B. Barnhill, Norman Beard, natural
pathologist Otto Brunner, Karl Dopf, Enrique Flores Magon, Wilhelm Fox, Charlotte
Francke-Pellon, Emma Goldman, Rudolf Grossman, Max Metzkow, Max Nettlau, Carl Nold, Nicholas
Petanovic, Charles L. Robinson, Rudolf Rocker, Stefan Zweig, and family members. The papers
are in English, French, German, Hungarian, and Serbo-Croatian.
Material in English, Croatian,
French, German, Hungarian
University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Research Center), Joseph A. Labadie Collection