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An online exhibition by the Emma Goldman Papers Project which highlights Goldman's life and work.
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About the Emma Goldman Papers Project.
An overview of resources available on the Emma Goldman Papers website.
Sample documents from Emma Goldman: A Documentary History of the American Years (1890-1919), volume one, Made for America, 1890-1901, University of California Press, April 2003.
Selections from the printed guide to the 69-reel microfilm collection of Goldman's papers, including introductory, biographical and bibliographical essays, indexes to the contents of the collection, and a detailed chronology. Published by Chadwyck-Healey Inc., 1995.
An overview for students exploring the social and political context of Emma Goldman's work. Uses primary historical documents to examine issues related to immigration, freedom of expression, women's rights, anti-militarism, and the art and culture of social change.
Excerpts from Anarchism and Other Essays (1910), The Social Significance of the Modern Drama (1914), My Disillusionment in Russia (1923), and Living My Life (1931). Also featured are electronic texts of published essays, pamphlets, and speeches.
Sample documents, letters, telegrams, and handbills scanned from the originals.
Photographs of Emma Goldman and her contemporaries.
View a video of Resilient Rebels, the program of poets, scholars and activists that brought friends and supporters of the Emma Goldman Papers together.
Documents from Goldman's 50th Birthday, June 27, 1919. Spent in Jefferson City Penitentiary, Jefferson City, Missouri.
Text of Emma Goldman's address to the jury at her 1917 anti-conscription trial.
The origins of Emma Goldman's most famous quote examined and explained.
Emma Goldman and the Emma Goldman Papers staff in the news.
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