2.8 cubic ft.
Papers of a Wisconsin labor advocate, political lecturer, and theatrical manager. Included are correspondence, passports and diaries, plays and programs, memorabilia, and photographs documenting Fitzgerald's activity in the anarchists and labor movement, the Provincetown Playhouse, and other theatrical companies, such as the Dramatic Workshop of the New School for Social Research. Particular emphasis is given to her work with the playwrights and actors of the Provincetown Playhouse theater group. Prominent correspondents include Alexander Berkmen, William Cram Cook, E.E. Cummings, Mary Eakin, Emma Goldman, Paul Green, Mischa Leon, Eugene O'Neil, Benjamin Reitmen, and Pauline Turkel.
There are no access restrictions on the materials, and the collection is open to all members of the public in accordance with state law.