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Federico Arcos Papers, 1931-2015

4.5 Linear Feet (Eight manuscript boxes and two half manuscript boxes)

The papers of Spanish anarchist and poet Federico Arcos (1920-2015) comprise Arcos' correspondence, official papers, audiovisual materials, and photographs. After fleeing fascist Spain, Arcos resided in France and in Ontario, Canada. His papers reflect his international anarchist network and his connections with Detroit-area anarchists. In addition to his own personal papers, Arcos also preserved original and photocopied archives on the history of the Spanish Civil War and anarchism. Thus included in Arcos' papers are CNT-AIT records and a set of original letters to and from Emma Goldman, whom Arcos greatly admired, but never met.


Marcus Graham Papers, 1936-1974

0.25 Linear feet (1 small manuscript box.)

Marcus Graham was the pseudonym of Shmuel Marcus (1893-?), Rumanian-born editor of the anarchist journal Man!, which was published from 1933 to 1940. His papers include letters from Michael A. Cohen, Frederick J. Gould, Bolton Hall, and Henry J. Stuart, and two essays by Steven T. Byington, "Why is a War?" and "Benjamin Ricketson Tucker," all marked for apparent publication in Man!, a letter from Max Metzkow enclosing an anarchist leaflet about the Homestead Strike circulated shortly before the trial of Alexander Berkman, and a letter from D. Alonso concerning the Comite pro Libertad de Prensa Marcus Graham and translating a Graham pamphlet into Spanish. (