Horacio Martínez Prieto Papers
Content: Correspondence between Horacio Prieto and the National Committee of the clandestine CNT, and its representative in France José Pinedo, and with the Subcomité Nacional of the CNT-MLE in France 1946-1947; reports by Horacio Prieto to the CNT about the proceedings of the first Republican Government in exile 1946-1947; printed text of a speech by Indalecio Prieto to the Socialist Youth in Mexico about a possible plebiscite in Spain 1945; documents concerning the negotiations of the CNT with the liberal monarchists 1946; documents concerning the first Republican Government in exile 1946; minutes of the last meetings of the first Republican Government in exile 21-27 January 1947; a printed message, dated March 23, 1948, to imprisoned anarchists in Spain; documents concerning the libertarian movement in Basque Country 1949-1966; documents concerning the negotiations in Madrid with the state trade-unions Centrales Nacional-Sindicalistas (CNS) in 1965.
Typescripts: his autobiography ‘Ananké’ (‘Mi curriculum vitae: ilusión, aventura, frustración’); his thoughts on the Spanish Civil War and biographical portraits of politicians he knew ‘Señoritos’ (‘Vanidad y rencor: la Guerra Civil’); his reflections on the failure of anarcho-syndicalism in Spain and biographical portraits of anarchists he met ‘Utopistas’ (‘Semblanzas de militantes libertarios. El crac del anarquismo’); a political and philosophical critique of Marxism ‘Socialismo’ (‘El estado’ and ‘La moral’); personal and metaphysical writings ‘Mitos’ (‘El materialismo’ and ‘El Escepticismo’), and ‘Vaniloquios’, all by Horacio M. Prieto and all n.d.
Emma Goldman Papers
Papers mainly from the period 1907-1939. Extensive correspondence with her niece Stella Ballantine 1917-1939, with Alexander Berkman 1904-1936, with her friend Frank G. Heiner 1934-1936 and with the American anarchist W.S. van Valkenburgh 1911-1938; correspondence with Henry G. Alsberg 1924-1936, Angelica Balabanoff 1925-1939, Roger Baldwin 1922-1938, Michael Cohn 1925-1937, Emily Holmes Coleman 1925-1938, Saxe Commins 1923-1939, C.W. Daniel Company Ltd. 1926-1938, Emmy Eckstein 1936-1939, Havelock Ellis 1924-1937, Senya Fléchine (Fleshin) and Mollie Steimer 1927-1939, Frank and Nellie Harris 1923-1938, Joseph Ishill 1926-1935, Ellen A. Kennan 1927-1932, Max Nettlau 1923-1938, Ben L. Reitman 1909-1930, Rudolf Rocker 1929-1939, Arthur L. Ross 1935-1939, Alexander Schapiro 1924-1937, Evelyn Scott 1926-1938, Agnes Smedley 1925-1934, Harry Weinberger 1919-1939, Rebecca West 1924-1939 and others including correspondence from the period of the Spanish Civil War with the Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT), the Federación Anarquista Ibérica (FAI), the SIA, Martin Gudell, Pedro Herrera, Lucía Sánchez Saornil, Augustin Souchy and Mariano Vàzquez and some circulars, reports, bulletins and copies of articles 1936-1939; parts of manuscripts of published and unpublished writings, notes for lectures and typescripts of texts by other authors on anarchism, the political situation in Europe, social topics, literature and drama, the position of women, birth control and sexuality; press clippings. NB. The papers are included in the microfilm publication `The Emma Goldman Papers'.
Liberto Sarrau Papers
Papers of Liberto Sarrau Royes: correspondence 1943-1999; documents concerning the MPR 1958-1964, theatre and film projects 1970, ACEN and MON-NOU 1989-1995, CNT and FAI 1946, 1989; manuscripts and articles by Liberto Sarrau; documentation, copies of 'Obra Mercedaria', magazine for (political) prisoners 1947-1952, of 'Boletin de Informacion' of the MPR, of Bulletin d'information of CARE (Comité d'Aide de la Resistance Espagnol).
Papers of Joaquina Dorado Pita: correspondence 1958-2001.
Copies of letters from Raúl Carballeira to Liberto Sarrau, written in 1943-1947 and annotated by Antonia Fontanillas 2005-2006.
'Ciclo Inaugural' with biographies of Joaquina Dorado and Liberto Sarrau, issued by the Centro de Estudos Libertários in Lissabon 2005.
6. Ciclo. Reader for the meetings of the Circulo Joaquina Dorado e Liberto Sarrau in 2010.