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HIST 3692: Anarchism: A Global History

Spring 2020, Prof. Jose Moya

Anarchism and the Left: Archives & Special Collections

Other Primary Source Collections

New York Area Archives and Special Collections

This is a very short list of archival repositories that are close to Barnard's campus. For more help locating archival collections, navigating finding aids and scheduling research appointments with other archivists, or for an introduction to archival research, schedule a consultation with me. You can also use the ArchiveGrid to search across finding aids in over 1,000 archival repositories. 

  • Anarchist Collections in the Tamiment Library - The Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives, a special collection at NYU Libraries with a focus on labor and the Left, holds books, pamphlets, serials, manuscripts, photographs, films, posters, buttons, cartoons, and printed ephemera related to anarchism. Highlights include letters of Emma Goldman, manuscripts of Alexander Berkman, photographs of Rudolf Rocker, and publications such as Why and Fraye Arbeter Shtime, as well as trial testimony, and numerous oral history interviews with 20th century anarchists. Here is an alternate guide to the many collections available in the Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives.