Cassius Cook papers, 1908-1950

Cook, Cassius V.,. 1879-1950


228 items.
Includes correspondence of Cook and his wife Sadie, essays, articles, a letter from Tom Bell's daughter, Maisie Bell, to Max Schuster, and a notice To the wage workers of Canada by Robert Gosden.
Concern business dealings; the [Rudolf] Rocker Publications Committee, particularly publication of T. Bell's Oscar Wilde without whitewash; Cook's participation in libertarian, rationalist, labor union, and co-operative organizations; family matters, including 15 letters from Clyde Cook while living in St. Petersburg, Russia (May 1914-Sept. 1915); and various friends and acquaintances, including T. Bell, Henry Olerich, and Rudolf Rocker.
Anarchist, writer, and publisher.
Forms part of the Labadie Collection.

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