Carl Nold Papers (1883-1934, bulk 1930-1934)
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Papers of this German immigrant anarchist include correspondence, an essay entitled "Six
Pathfinders," and court documents for indictments of Henry Bauer and Carl Nold by the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the 1892 cases resulting from the attempted assassination of
Henry C. Frick by Alexander Berkman. Among the correspondents are Hippolyte Havel, A. Isaac,
Harry M. Kelly, Kate Rotchek, as well as Lucy Parsons, whose letters concern anarchists, the
International Labor Defense, and criticism of Emma Goldman's autobiography. Also included
are poems and an essay by Robert Reitzel, a photo, and a scrapbook about Reitzel's death.
The papers are in English and German.