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Max Nettlau Papers

Period  (1817-) 1870-1944 (-1945)
Total size   42 m.
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Biography

Born in Neuwaldegg, Austria 1865, died in Amsterdam 1944; anarchist historian, collector and scholar; studied philology and Celtic (dissertation `Beiträge zur cymrischen Grammatik', 1887); lived partly in Vienna, partly in London and travelled all over Europe to collect and to save historical documents on anarchism and socialism and for his studies; member of the Socialist League 1885-1890, active in the Torch and Freedom group; wrote historical works on anarchism with invaluable information and theoretical studies; printed by autocopyist his biography of Michail Bakunin, 3 vols. 1896-1900, and published `Bibliographie de l'anarchie' 1897; lost during the inflation after the First World War the money he had inherited, and lived in poverty in Vienna; continued to collect and to publish e.g. biographies of Errico Malatesta and Elisée Reclus, and a history of anarchism in 7 vols.; sold his immense collection (books, periodicals, archives, documents) to the International Institute of Social History (IISH) in 1935 and lived in Amsterdam after the `Anschluss'.

Content

Personal documents; correspondence with his fiancée Therese Bognar 1901-1907, after her death in 1907 continued in the form of letters to her with the character of a diary 1907-1921; diaries, handwritten memoirs and notes until 1944; correspondence with many persons and organizations, including Diego Abad de Santillán 1922-1937, Annie Adama van Scheltema 1935-1944, Marussia Bakunin 1901-1940, Alexander Berkman 1908-1936, Luigi Bertoni 1900-1939, Gustave Brocher 1923-1931, Fritz Brupbacher 1912-1940, Varlaam and Frida Čerkezov 1892-1934, Lilly and Christiaan Cornelissen 1897-1938, Victor Dave 1887-1922, A. Davies 1898-1912, Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis 1896-1913, Stephanus Fabijanović 1896-1933, Raphael Friedeberg 1933-1939, Emma Goldman 1899-1939, Jean Grave 1888-1934, Jacques Gross 1893-1928, Lucien and Louise Guérineau 1897-1938, James Guillaume 1891-1915, Gertrud Guillaume-Schack 1887-1903, Charles Hotz 1921-1937, Thomas H. Keell 1904-1938, Harry M. Kelly 1899-1940, Petr Kropotkin 1892-1913, Gustav Landauer 1893-1919, Arthur Lehning 1924-1936, Errico Malatesta 1889-1932, Alfred Marsh 1895-1911, Theodor Mauthner 1897-1921, Elena Malatesta-Melli 1932-1937, Vero Merlino 1920-1938, Saverio Merlino 1892-1921, Jacques Mesnil 1897-1940, Louise Michel 1895-1898, Federica Montseny 1927-1940, Siegfried Nacht (Stephen Naft) 1907-1937, Boris Nikolaevskij 1925-1940, Joseph Presburg (Perry) 1896-1900, Pierre Ramus 1904-1933, Elisée Reclus 1892-1904, Paul Reclus 1895-1939, Rudolf Rocker 1895-1941, Alfred Sanftleben 1895-1938, Alexander Schapiro 1906-1936, Augustin Souchy 1923-1937, Paraškev Stojanov 1891-1939, Max Winkler 1922-1933 and Albert Zibelin 1892-1914; manuscripts of his books and many articles, and of unpublished studies; bibliographical and other notes of his studies; files on Kropotkin, consisting of some manuscripts and printer's proofs of Kropotkin's `Memoirs of a revolutionist', `Mutual aid' and of a study on Russian literature, transcripts of letters from Kropotkin to James Guillaume, Luigi Bertoni, Victor Dave, Paul Robin and others, letters from Fritz Brupbacher, Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis, Saverio Merlino, James Guillaume, Alfred Marsh, Marie Goldsmith, Čerkezov and others to Max Nettlau, concerning Peter Kropotkin 1912, notes, manuscripts; files on Ernest Coeurderoy, Errico Malatesta, Elisée Reclus and others; documentation on anarchist and socialist persons and organizations in Great Britain (Socialist League, Freedom, Fabians), France, Russia, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, International Socialist Congresses 1889-1907, etc.; leaflets, press clippings, etc.

Arrangement

The inventory lists Nettlau’s papers, collected documents and documentation, as well as some papers of family and personal friends. Most of these are in German, although there are many documents in English and French, also by Nettlau himself. Fewer documents are in Celtic, Spanish, Italian and a smattering of other languages. Nettlau often wrote in shorthand using the Gabelsberger method (still in use) which means he writes in German, although it may concern notes of an English spoken meeting. In 1919 Nettlau made a very detailed survey of his papers and collected documents (inv. no. 2541). In it he also describes the contents of the series notes written in shorthand.

These include his small diary notebooks which contain notes in shorthand on day to day activities as well as details of the events in the socialist movement in London and Paris and stories about earlier periods and the First International until 1890 (inv. nos. 1-5). From 1891 until 1907 the emphasis shifts to his Bakunin studies and topics like the ‘infamous Coulon provocation’ and the persecution of anarchists in France from 1892-1894 (inv. nos. 6-19).
Apart from the diaries, shorthand notes from this period also include his Bakunin notes partly made during his journeys to Switzerland and Italy (see inv. nos. 1728-1767), the notes in the section Membership and Participation (inv. nos. 1626-1665) and the notes primarily from newspapers on socialism and anarchism (inv. nos. 3142-3145). Based on these shorthand notes he wrote much later, in 1940, an account in regular handwriting covering the period c. 1879-1898 (inv. nos. 21-29).
He continued his diary in the form of letters to his late fiancée Therese Bognar from May 29, 1907 until March 25, 1919. This sizable series, not all written in shorthand, covers a wide range of topics. The daily entries contain accounts of daily events, personal impressions of his contacts with socialists and anarchists, memories of his journeys between 1892 and 1900. He also wrote down ideas, freely discussing anarchism and socialism. When matured, these concepts found their way into letters to Jacques Gross and James Guillaume, sometimes to Jacques Mesnil or Petr Kropotkin and later also to Gustav Landauer. Copies of these and other letters from 1907 are included in the diary, as well as anecdotes, polemics, descriptions, impressions of nature during journeys and trips and care for the flowers on Therese’s grave (inv. no. 30-74).
The diary also contained observations on siskins and excerpts of ornithological literature of the British Museum. Nettlau later took the pages from 1911-1913 out of the series and they have been described separately (inv. nos. 1511-1513). Shorter references to ornithology can still be found in the letters to Therese.
Nettlau had to give up keeping a diary in 1921 because of lack of time. Making a living by writing articles took up too much of it. Next to the diaries he also wrote his memoirs at the end of the 1930s ( ‘Lebenschronik’ inv. nos. 84-89) and another extensive version in the 1940s (‘Erinnerungen und Eindrücke’ inv. nos. 92-123).

As the General correspondence shows, Nettlau also devoted much time to writing letters. It contains letters by over a 1000 correspondents from all over the world, mostly anarchists, initially also many socialists. It is certain that Nettlau kept all his letters from the period 1882 until 1919 (and probably also of the later period) making it a very valuable historical source in its own right. Letters dealing exclusively with collecting often addressed to (antiquarian) booksellers have been organized in a separate series placed in the section Collecting activities (inv. nos. 2181-2459).

The notes of lectures and excerpts made during his Comparative Studies of Indo-European Languages are often incomplete and only partly sorted (inv. nos. 1346-1372). Proper sorting and identification of the languages would have required expert help and a considerable extra time investment. This was not considered opportune as Nettlau never took the trouble of (re)arranging or identifying them himself. He thought the lectures of little interest with a few exceptions, in particular those of Professor Johannes Schmidt in Berlin, who taught Greek, Gothic, Lithuanian, Sanskrit and Comparative grammar from 1882 until 1885. The excerpts from this period are all from well-known sources (inv. nos. 1346-1372). Papers from his university period have also been reused by Nettlau for later writings as he often did (see inv. nos. 1720, 2026, 2142-2165).
Where his Celtic studies are concerned the volumes of notes still may contain some interesting information according to Nettlau in 1919. These notes are based on books in Berlin and Vienna made in 1883-1886 and on Celtic manuscripts from the British museum made in 1885-1886 (see inv. nos. 1400-1412). Also still of interest to the expert he thought the excerpts and copies in folio made in London and Oxford in 1885-1886, which could not be identified, but if still present can only be mixed in with his notes relating to articles on Welsh and Irish text (inv. nos. 1433-1438). The notes for his dissertation and the published Welsh and Irish articles he no longer considered relevant (inv. no. 2541, p. 31-32).

The section Membership and participation contains many notes (in shorthand) of meetings and conferences until c. 1897 at which Nettlau was present. These notes were often meant for articles published in the Commonweal (London), Freedom (London), Temps Nouveau (Paris), Freiheit (New York) and other publications. In his collection description of 1919 Nettlau has summed up these and later articles he wrote (inv. no. 2541, p. 2-10).

The section Authorship contains the manuscripts of his books and articles published or unpublished, as well as (draft)notes, proofs and some other documents relating to the publication of his works. The manuscripts have been arranged chronologically together with the concepts, different versions and notes belonging to them. Apart from notes made for a specific manuscript there is also a large general series of academic notes which in part covers the same subjects, including Bakunin, Buonarotti, the secret societies and other topics. Nettlau made indices to these notes (c. 11,500 pages in total) and lists to enable him to find the information he needed. He developed a code using the letters A-N, initially for the notes from the period 1887-c.1892 (inv. nos. 2036-2124), assigning each letter to a specific country or subject. Later, in the 1920s and 1930s he added the letters P-RYZ (inv. nos. 2089-2113). He also distinguished between the different series of notes according to paper size, referring to octavo, folio and quarto notes. With some small additions, he continued to use this system all his life. As Nettlau often reused his own papers a (new) manuscript sometimes has been written on the back of an older one or on some other papers.

Nettlau’s catalogues (inv. nos. 2513-2539) listed in the section Collecting activities are written in tiny script in notebooks no larger than quarto because he took them with him on his journeys to facilitate the collecting. They include many bibliographical details, but do not cover his whole collection. Most of the materials received after 1928 are not listed, including the printed material collected for him in London from 1914. There is only one catalogue covering c. 1928 until 1936 (inv. no. 2536).

In the section Collected documents and subject files the documents on persons are a mixture of original papers of these persons combined with notes and excerpts by Nettlau and documentation he collected. The persons concerned were in part his contemporaries, friends and acquaintances, in part they have been the subject of his historical research, and in several cases both. Nettlau received some of the original papers directly from the owner. The file of Petr Kropotkin, which contains a more sizable part of his personal papers, was partly given to Nettlau. Edoardo Milano trusted Nettlau to safeguard some of his papers. Paul Robin probably also gave him his file relating to the First International himself together with the cipher code used by Bakunin (inv. no. 2541, p. 44, 63-64).
Nettlau clearly used most of these files for his writings and some of them, i.e. Ernest Coeurderoy, Errico Malatesta and Elisée Reclus also contained manuscripts. These have been placed in the section Authorship, while some documents relating to Bakunin, found with the manuscripts have been transferred to the section Collected documents and subject files.
Nettlau’s rather holistic approach also showed in his files relating to Elisée Reclus to which his own correspondence with Reclus was added. As the correspondence was not limited to a specific subject it has been transferred to the General correspondence. Apart from ironing out inconsistencies like these the documents in this section have been kept together as much as possible the way Nettlau organized them.
This is also the case with the documents relating to organizations and congresses with part of which he had ties, while others are purely collected. They include a file of records of the Commonweal Group as well as the records of the Anarchist-Socialist and Anti-Parliamentary Committee of the International Socialist Workers and Trade Union Congress held in London in 1896. Nettlau was present at the Congress and involved in the work of the Committee, but Joseph Perry was the secretary. On the other hand, the records of the Freie Lehrerstimme were a chance discovery and he was not in any way involved in it.

The section Documentation contains all kind of smaller printed documents collected by Nettlau, i.e. leaflets, bulletins, circular letters, programs, statutes, announcements etc. Finally Nettlau’s collection of clippings has been kept the way it was. Nettlau had sorted his clippings into files by country and subject. The descriptions in the inventory are based on the superscriptions he wrote on them. Within this substantial amount of files the clippings were not in a specific order. This has not been rectified.

Loss

Although most of the Nettlau collection was recovered after World War II it did not come through unscathed. Some important unpublished manuscripts were lost from the part sent to England according to the IISH Annual Report of 1948. It is not clear if any or how many papers were not returned from Poland in 1956.
Some documents listed in his collection description of 1919 are missing. He mentions a manuscript ‘Geschichte meiner Sammlung’ (2 Vol., quarto, 490 pages) written in 1915-1916 which is no longer present. It included a survey of his life from 1890 until 1907 because as he stated, his life revolved more and more around his collection (inv. no. 2541, p. 29). Of Nettlau’s collection of postcards originally 7 boxes and a packet, only a small part is still present, although it had been moved to Amsterdam in the 1930s (inv. no. 1518). His stamps are missing too (inv. no. 2541, p. 50).
Relatively much is missing from his parents’ papers probably because Nettlau did not keep the documents for reasons privacy. No appraisal has taken place during the process of arrangement.

Processing information

Inventory made by Tiny de Boer, Atie van der Horst and Ursula Balzer in 2007

Alternate Form of Material

Security microfilms (2007)
325 microfilms of invno. 1-3910

INTRODUCTION

Biographical sketch

Max Nettlau was born on April 30, 1865 in Neuwaldegg, then a suburb but now a district of Vienna. His parents were both Prussians. His father Hermann Nettlau (1830-1892) came to Austria as court gardener to the Prince Schwarzenberg in January 1858. He met his wife Agnes Kast (1843-1898) during a visit to Prussia in 1862 and they were married in July 1864. Max was their first child, followed by one other son Ernst, born in December 1866, who after a few years was discovered to be mentally retarded and in 1872 given into professional care. As much as may be gathered from Nettlau’s discretion on this subject, it seems to have been the only dark cloud in an otherwise happy and harmonious childhood.
His parents (and especially his father) gave him a liberal and secularist education, and he spent most of his childhood playing on his own and exploring the great garden, an experience that influenced him deeply and had some bearing on his understanding of anarchism as the most natural form of life. He was drawn to socialism when still at grammar school between 1878 and 1880 and while a number of his schoolmates were social democrats Nettlau soon regarded himself an anarchist-communist.

From autumn 1882 on Nettlau studied philology in Berlin. Soon interested in comparative Indo-European philology he concentrated on ‘the darkest branches of this group of languages, the Celtic languages, with a special preference for the Cymric (the Welsh)’ and he received his doctorate for a thesis ‘Beiträge zur cymrischen Grammatik’ in 1887.
While working on his thesis he came to London for the first time in 1885 and immediately joined the Socialist League, the only organisation he was ever to join, and to him always the ‘ideal’ political organisation with its concentration on education and the progressive development of political consciousness. Living just off Tottenham Court Road at the time, he joined the Bloomsbury branch, the Marxist stronghold in the League and centre of the fight against the anti-parliamentary policy of the League’s majority. Here in London he also began to actively collect socialist and anarchist material, although at first not for himself but for others (e.g. Dr. Victor Adler). The first ‘conscious’ acquisition for his own collection was buying the archives of the Socialist League in 1889, which its then secretary Frank Kitz had already torn up to be sold as waste paper. Having published a first part of his thesis in 1887 Nettlau continued to work in the field expecting to embark eventually on an academic career and therefore spend regularly longer periods in London and other places in the United Kingdom to study Celtic manuscripts and other pertinent material. In 1887 he decided to simultaneously start another project, a Bibliography of the socialist literature and press of all times (inv. nos. 2036-2083). After a year and half however he realized that this would surpass his forces and he narrowed his scope to concentrate on the anarchist and libertarian literature and press. He continued to participate in the Socialist League and published his first political and historical articles in its paper The Commonweal .
At the same time he also started to interview old militants in the English and revolutionary movements elsewhere and to discuss political matters with them. Usually he made notes either during or immediately after these meetings.
In July 1889 he attended the International Socialist Congress in Paris (the founding congress of the Second International) as a delegate of the Norwich branch of the Socialist League and from May to September 1890 he served on the Council of the League. Between May and August 1890 he edited and financed The Anarchist Labour Leaf (inv. nos. 1901-1907), four numbers of which were distributed free of charge, and which consisted entirely of articles by Nettlau and by Henry Davis, previously one of the most active anarchist-communists in the League. In these years he also wrote his first longer and more substantial historical articles published in John Most’s Freiheit (New York) in 1890 and he also published the first results of his studies on Bakunin (inv. no. 1720). These early articles point ahead to the subjects Nettlau would focus on as a historian: the forgotten predecessors, biographies (Bakunin) and the overall view (history of an entire movement).

In March 1892 his father died and left him sufficient means to live as an independent scholar and to devote nearly all his time ‘to study, to travel and to collect’ material for the biography of Bakunin and on the history of anarchism and socialism in general.
In 1893/94 he was active in the Commonweal Group (the successor of the London Socialist League) for which he wrote the article ‘Why we are anarchists’ (inv. no. 1914), published anonymously in 1893 as a series in The Commonweal and reprinted as a pamphlet in 1894. At the request of a number of comrades he also wrote An Anarchist Manifesto (London 1895) (inv. nos. 1921-1923). After the merging of the Commonweal and Freedom Groups in 1895 he eventually joined the Freedom Group and after the closing down of The Torch he provided (with Bernhard Kampffmeyer) the means to acquire its press and printing equipment for Freedom and ‘the movement’.
Together with Joseph Presburg (‘Perry’) he prepared the presentation of the anarchists’ point of view at the International Socialist Congress in London in July 1896 (inv. nos. 3078-3135). They also organized (with Malatesta) the anarchist meetings held after the expected exclusion of the anarchist delegates. In 1897 he and Presburg were involved in the ‘Spanish Atrocities Committee’ for which Nettlau did all the necessary translations and wrote nearly all articles on the subject for Freedom , the Labour Leader and other papers. He was also the author of the Committee’s pamphlet The Revival of the Inquisition (inv. nos. 1929-1931).

Between 1896 and 1900 he wrote and ‘autocopied’ in 50 copies his biography of Michael Bakunin in 3 vols. (inv. nos. 1675-1687), while in 1897 he also published his Bibliographie de l’anarchie (inv. nos. 1666[-1672]). He continued to work on Bakunin intensively for the next few years and was allowed to consult the Bakunin papers which his family in Naples possessed (they were destroyed at the end of World War II). He summarized his findings in four unpublished volumes of supplements to the Biography (inv. nos. 1697-1700, 1702). He also received, at the instigation of Élisée Reclus, the bulk of Bakunin’s political papers and manuscripts for his collection and for safekeeping.

After the mid-1890s Nettlau’s political outlook changed from being a rather dogmatic anarchist-communist to his ‘anarchism without labels’, emphasizing more and more the need for mutual tolerance among anarchists. One of the earliest published results of this development was a lecture he gave to the Freedom Discussion Group in December 1899 called ‘Responsibility and solidarity in the labour struggle’ (inv. no. 1935), which was published in Freedom (1900, Jan.-Feb.) and later reprinted as a Freedom pamphlet.
From 1900 on he spent several months a year in Paris to collect publications in the bookstalls on the Quais, but also to collect material for his next major project, a history of Buonarroti and the secret societies of the early 19th century, a subject he had chosen because of Bakunin’s fascination with and involvement in secret societies. He worked on it for several years and wrote an unfinished manuscript, which unfortunately is no longer included in his papers.
Most of his time and energy in the years up to World War I were dedicated to collecting and travelling, but from 1900 until 1907 he also was involved in the only long-term relationship with a woman he had in his life, Therese Bognar. His extreme need for discretion was such that he mentioned her existence only to a couple of his female comrades and only three of his male friends knew about her before she died of kidney failure in 1907.
In all those years Freedom was the only paper to which he contributed regularly (from 1896 to 1914, and then again from 1919/1920 onwards) and in whose production he also participated in more practical ways when he was in London. Later on after its foundation in 1911 he also regularly contributed to Carl Grünberg’s Archiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung .

The outbreak of World War I found Nettlau in Vienna where he remained during the following years. In letters and discussions with friends he took the side of Austria and Germany, mostly it seems out of a violent opposition to Kropotkin’s Russian nationalism and that of certain other comrades, but also out of ‘a sense of fairness’. Because he did not do anything to protect the investments he had inherited and he lost all his money during the war and in the post-war inflation and for some years thereafter he lived on the edge of starvation. In the end he survived only thanks to food parcels which occasionally reached him from friends abroad and from Quakers and Quaker organizations in America. Now he had to write for a living and at first the Christian Science Monitor (Boston) was his only opportunity until some anarchist papers were in a position to pay for articles and books, in particular Der Syndikalist (Berlin), La Protesta (Buenos Aires), the Yiddish Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York), La Revista Blanca (Barcelona) and Probuzhdenie (Detroit).

From 1919 on he also resumed writing for Freedom in which his articles ‘The present situation in Austria’ appeared. In September 1920, at the suggestion of Tom Keell, this was followed by the first of a series of biographies of Errico Malatesta (each one enlarged and corrected). This biography was the first of the major historical works which were to occupy him for the next 15 years.
The most important of these are several articles on Kropotkin and a new biography (‘ Neue Biographie ’) of Bakunin in 4 volumes (inv. nos. 1706-1713, unpublished except for the first few chapters). Also two biographies of Elisée Reclus were published (in 1928 in German and in 1929-1930 a revised and enlarged edition in Spanish in 2 volumes), as well as 3 volumes on ‘The International, Bakunin and the Alliance in Spain’ (published in 1929, 1930 and 1969) and a study of Bakunin and the International in Italy (1928). And most important of all he wrote his Geschichte der Anarchie in 9 volumes (of which 3 volumes were published in his lifetime, 2 more have been published in 1981 and 1984, the others are to follow).

All these and innumerable articles as well had to be written under difficult circumstances for although Nettlau had the most comprehensive collection on anarchism in existence, which contained all sorts of information from and about people in the early movement, most of this was stored away in depositories in London and Paris and inaccessible to him. Apart from lacking the means to travel, he could not risk to draw attention to his property that was threatened by sequestration (in France and England he was regarded as an enemy alien). These difficult working conditions changed somewhat from the mid-1920s onwards when, on the invitation of friends who also paid the expenses he could travel to Berlin and then to Zurich and Geneva again. Here he could use the libraries and collections of friends like Rudolf Rocker, Jacques Gross and Fritz Brupbacher and those of public institutions including the SPD-Parteiarchiv in Berlin with the papers of Marx and Engels. From 1928 to 1936 when he was invited to Spain by the Montseny-Urales family where he spent longer and longer periods, he was able to consult the rich collections of the Biblioteca Arús in Barcelona, of Soledad Gustavo, and of other anarchist collectors.

In 1935 he sold his collection to the International Institute of Social History (IISH) in Amsterdam and concentrated in the final years before 1940 on helping to classify and catalogue his (and other) collections. He wrote less for the movement and its papers but started to transcribe his daily notes from the 1880s and 1890s (inv. nos. 1-19) and to write his memoirs (he had previously written several other, shorter versions). From 1938 he lived in Amsterdam permanently, apart from a visit in Switzerland, and not only witnessed the annexation of Austria by Germany but also the invasion of the Netherlands and the takeover of the IISH including the seizure of the bulk of his collection. In 1940 he began to write the last version of his memoirs, some 6,000 pages carrying the story into the 1930s, but still not complete. The final pages, written in the last weeks of his life, chronicle mostly the progressive defeat of the German army. He died rather suddenly in Amsterdam on July 23, 1944 of cancer of the stomach.

Nettlau’s collection

Profile of his collecting activities

Nettlau did not collect the standard publications present in many libraries, but concentrated on materials threatened to be lost: rare books, periodicals, pamphlets, leaflets, manuscripts, letters and ephemeral materials. He strove to cover the widest possible field, including as many different shades of socialist and libertarian views as he could discover, including of course everything relating to Bakunin.
From 1900 he extended the scope of his collection to include also the radical political literature predating socialism, going back as far as the French Revolution and 18th century England. This material concerned social reform, descriptions of social conditions, freethinkers, women, peace, cooperations, nationalities, sociology, libertarian ideas, history of revolutions, etc. Nettlau also acquired papers and (parts of) archives of other persons and organizations, primarily anarchist.
Nettlau’s collecting was cut short by the outbreak of the First World War in 1914, although in Paris and London periodicals were still being collected for him. The ensuing devaluation left him with no funds to continue. His collection after 1914 consists primarily of his own manuscripts, notes he made and some documents sent to him. In a letter of June 13, 1920 to Siegfried Nacht he estimated the size of his collection at over 40.000 titles. Of these were anarchist 3200 books and pamphlets, 1200 periodicals; libertarian (including the revolutionary part of syndicalism) 1300 publications and 600 periodicals; socialist 10.500 publications and 2750 periodicals; social reform 2000 publications and 2300 periodicals; political-radical 13.000 publications (including periodicals). Next to these there were thousands of smaller publications. In all, the result of his efforts was a collection unique in its scope and depth until 1914 and his papers, valuable in its own right, also cover the latter period of his life.

Management and deposition of the collection

Nettlau had his growing collections stored in facilities in London, Paris, Munich and Vienna from the 1890s. Payment for it became complicated in World War I and after 1918 covering the costs required the help of friends. A problem was the confiscation by the French government of German goods. Packages stored with his friend Victor Dave in Paris were lost when Dave died in 1922 (inv. no. 2494). The confiscation of his documents in Paris in 1927 was fortunately annulled through the intervention of friends (inv. nos. 2497-2508). He was also bothered by the police in Vienna in 1929 and 1934 but won the skirmish (inv. nos. 2544, 2550). In 1932 Bernhard Mayer made part of his house in Ascona, Switzerland available to Nettlau for storage and the documents from London and parts of the documents from Paris were transported there.
The question where his collections should go after his death occupied Nettlau from very early on. In 1924 he discussed the matter with Arthur Lehning who was staying in Vienna at the time. Lehning suggested the Nederlands Economisch-Historisch Archief (NEHA, Netherlands Economic-Historical Archives) in The Hague. Both parties were interested but no funds could be raised. In 1928 conditions were more favourable and also a building in Amsterdam was made available by the city council. Negotiations were started by NEHA director Professor N.W. Posthumus and a contract signed, but Nettlau refused to hand over the key of the Chancery Lane Safe, he just could not let his collections go. Negotiations were renewed in 1935 against the backdrop of the deteriorating political climate in Austria. By this time Posthumus had founded the IISH in Amsterdam and at the end of October he sent its librarian Annie Adama van Scheltema-Kleefstra to Vienna to handle the transactions. Nettlau wrote the conditions down himself (eleven pages) and these were accepted and signed. Exempt from the sale were correspondence, manuscripts and excerpts of a personal nature and a small amount of publications and printed documents relating to literature, science of language, topography and horticulture. He received fl. 20.000 for it, relieving him of extreme poverty, but feeling very depressed.

Fortunes of the collection in Amsterdam after 1935

In the middle of December 1935 221 cases arrived from Ascona, followed by cases from Paris, Vienna and Munich. Unpacked it filled three former classrooms in which Nettlau worked in the winter of 1937 when he came to visit his collection. He returned to Amsterdam half February 1938 just before the German annexation of Austria and in July he decided to make Amsterdam his permanent residence. In March 1938 after the ‘Anschluss’ Annie Adama van Scheltema travelled to Vienna to retrieve the last documents from Nettlau’s room. These included manuscripts of Bakunin which she took with her on the Orient Express, while some fourteen cases were sent to Amsterdam through diplomatic post.
The whole collection was now finally united, but not for long. From September 1938 the IISH started to implement safety measures in the event of war. A part of Nettlau’s personal papers was sent to England where a house had been hired in Harrogate, Yorkshire and later in 1939 it was moved on to Oxford. The IISH in Amsterdam was closed by the Germans on July 15, 1940 and taken over by the Einsatzstab Rosenberg in January 1941. On August 16, 1943 776 cases containing periodicals, probably including titles collected by Nettlau, were sent to Annenheim, Austria. Another shipment of books, periodicals and papers was sent to Ratibor on the Polish-Czech border in 271 cases on June 22, 1944. This was the state of affairs at the time of Nettlau’s death on July 23, 1944. Further shipments by boat in September 1944 took care of the rest of the Institute’s holdings.
After the capitulation of May 8, 1945 the building of the Institute was completely empty. The documents from Oxford were moved back to Amsterdam in October 1946. The periodicals from Austria returned in December 1946 and May 1947. The material sent to Poland was only returned in 1956, with a smaller shipment following in 1959. In 1976 the Institute received papers from the last period of Nettlau’s life from former librarian Annie Adama van Scheltema-Kleefstra, retired since 1953 (IISG Annual Report 1953, p. 5).

The collection at present

The books, periodicals and pamphlets have been included in the IISH library. The photo’s, posters and some objects are at the Audiovisual Department of the IISH and can be found in the online catalogue through a search with the collection code ‘Nettlau’. His papers, collected documents and documentation are listed in this inventory. They include his own catalogues of his books, periodicals, pamphlets and ephemeral materials (inv. nos. 2513-2536). In 1919 Nettlau also made a detailed survey of his papers and collected documents in which he included a list of his own publications and manuscripts (inv. no. 2541).

Arrangement of Nettlau’s papers

Earlier arrangement

When Nettlau’s collection first arrived in Amsterdam the cases contained packets in which he had sorted the material according to period or subject. Also in his room in Vienna, which contained no shelves, packets of documents were stacked up against the walls. Superscriptions identified the contents of the packets as well as smaller groups of documents within them, to which he no doubt added information when he went through his collection again in 1937-1939.
Although the collection was unpacked at arrival and the papers, collected documents and documentation were repacked in portfolios in the course of time, several of the originals wrapping were still present, indicating that Nettlau’s arrangement had not been much altered. Within some of the packets however the arrangement was lost. This was the case, for instance with the documents relating to his English period in the 1880s and 1890s, documents relating to his studies and the notes relating to his manuscripts. On the other hand many documents had already been identified in the course of time. This was done in the 1970s and 1980s by IISH staff members Rudolf de Jong and in particular Heiner Becker, while a global, preliminary list was made in 1989. This inventory, which also has benefited from some advice by Heiner Becker, is based on it.
Among the documents Nettlau collected were papers of several persons and records of organizations. Some of these (parts of) archives, had already been taken out of the Nettlau papers and treated as separate entities prior to 1989. This state of affairs has not been altered. It concerns the papers of: Aleksandr Atabekian, Victor Dave, Raphael Friedeberg, Gertrud Guillaume-Schack, Alfred Marsh, Bernhard Mayer, Joseph Presburg, Pierre Vésinier and the records of the Fédération Jurassienne, the Homerton Social Democratic Club (in part) and the Socialist League. A file relating to the International Revolutionary Socialist Conference in London 1881 was added to the papers of Gustave Brocher.
A special case is the Bakunin collection. It consists of part of Bakunin’s papers and of other original or copied documents mainly collected by Nettlau for his biographies of Bakunin. Later it was supplemented by additional papers and partly published in Michel Bakounine. Textes établis et annotés par Arthur Lehning , 8 Vol. (Leiden 1961-1982). This series was completed by a publication on cd-rom of Bakounine. Oeuvres complètes (Amsterdam 2000) which includes the final part as well as the earlier 8 volumes. The Bakunin papers are listed in a separate inventory.
The Nettlau papers as described in the current inventory still contain documents of other persons and organizations in the section Collected documents and subject files .

Inventory

The inventory lists Nettlau’s papers, collected documents and documentation, as well as some papers of family and personal friends. Most of these are in German, although there are many documents in English and French, also by Nettlau himself. Fewer documents are in Celtic, Spanish, Italian and a smattering of other languages. Nettlau often wrote in shorthand using the Gabelsberger method (still in use) which means he writes in German, although it may concern notes of an English spoken meeting. In 1919 Nettlau made a very detailed survey of his papers and collected documents (inv. no. 2541). In it he also describes the contents of the series notes written in shorthand.

These include his small diary notebooks which contain notes in shorthand on day to day activities as well as details of the events in the socialist movement in London and Paris and stories about earlier periods and the First International until 1890 (inv. nos. 1-5). From 1891 until 1907 the emphasis shifts to his Bakunin studies and topics like the ‘infamous Coulon provocation’ and the persecution of anarchists in France from 1892-1894 (inv. nos. 6-19).
Apart from the diaries, shorthand notes from this period also include his Bakunin notes partly made during his journeys to Switzerland and Italy (see inv. nos. 1728-1767), the notes in the section Membership and Participation (inv. nos. 1626-1665) and the notes primarily from newspapers on socialism and anarchism (inv. nos. 3142-3145). Based on these shorthand notes he wrote much later, in 1940, an account in regular handwriting covering the period c. 1879-1898 (inv. nos. 21-29).
He continued his diary in the form of letters to his late fiancée Therese Bognar from May 29, 1907 until March 25, 1919. This sizable series, not all written in shorthand, covers a wide range of topics. The daily entries contain accounts of daily events, personal impressions of his contacts with socialists and anarchists, memories of his journeys between 1892 and 1900. He also wrote down ideas, freely discussing anarchism and socialism. When matured, these concepts found their way into letters to Jacques Gross and James Guillaume, sometimes to Jacques Mesnil or Petr Kropotkin and later also to Gustav Landauer. Copies of these and other letters from 1907 are included in the diary, as well as anecdotes, polemics, descriptions, impressions of nature during journeys and trips and care for the flowers on Therese’s grave (inv. no. 30-74).
The diary also contained observations on siskins and excerpts of ornithological literature of the British Museum. Nettlau later took the pages from 1911-1913 out of the series and they have been described separately (inv. nos. 1511-1513). Shorter references to ornithology can still be found in the letters to Therese.
Nettlau had to give up keeping a diary in 1921 because of lack of time. Making a living by writing articles took up too much of it. Next to the diaries he also wrote his memoirs at the end of the 1930s ( ‘Lebenschronik’ inv. nos. 84-89) and another extensive version in the 1940s (‘Erinnerungen und Eindrücke’ inv. nos. 92-123).

As the General correspondence shows, Nettlau also devoted much time to writing letters. It contains letters by over a 1000 correspondents from all over the world, mostly anarchists, initially also many socialists. It is certain that Nettlau kept all his letters from the period 1882 until 1919 (and probably also of the later period) making it a very valuable historical source in its own right. Letters dealing exclusively with collecting often addressed to (antiquarian) booksellers have been organized in a separate series placed in the section Collecting activities (inv. nos. 2181-2459).

The notes of lectures and excerpts made during his Comparative Studies of Indo-European Languages are often incomplete and only partly sorted (inv. nos. 1346-1372). Proper sorting and identification of the languages would have required expert help and a considerable extra time investment. This was not considered opportune as Nettlau never took the trouble of (re)arranging or identifying them himself. He thought the lectures of little interest with a few exceptions, in particular those of Professor Johannes Schmidt in Berlin, who taught Greek, Gothic, Lithuanian, Sanskrit and Comparative grammar from 1882 until 1885. The excerpts from this period are all from well-known sources (inv. nos. 1346-1372). Papers from his university period have also been reused by Nettlau for later writings as he often did (see inv. nos. 1720, 2026, 2142-2165).
Where his Celtic studies are concerned the volumes of notes still may contain some interesting information according to Nettlau in 1919. These notes are based on books in Berlin and Vienna made in 1883-1886 and on Celtic manuscripts from the British museum made in 1885-1886 (see inv. nos. 1400-1412). Also still of interest to the expert he thought the excerpts and copies in folio made in London and Oxford in 1885-1886, which could not be identified, but if still present can only be mixed in with his notes relating to articles on Welsh and Irish text (inv. nos. 1433-1438). The notes for his dissertation and the published Welsh and Irish articles he no longer considered relevant (inv. no. 2541, p. 31-32).

The section Membership and participation contains many notes (in shorthand) of meetings and conferences until c. 1897 at which Nettlau was present. These notes were often meant for articles published in the Commonweal (London), Freedom (London), Temps Nouveau (Paris), Freiheit (New York) and other publications. In his collection description of 1919 Nettlau has summed up these and later articles he wrote (inv. no. 2541, p. 2-10).

The section Authorship contains the manuscripts of his books and articles published or unpublished, as well as (draft)notes, proofs and some other documents relating to the publication of his works. The manuscripts have been arranged chronologically together with the concepts, different versions and notes belonging to them. Apart from notes made for a specific manuscript there is also a large general series of academic notes which in part covers the same subjects, including Bakunin, Buonarotti, the secret societies and other topics. Nettlau made indices to these notes (c. 11,500 pages in total) and lists to enable him to find the information he needed. He developed a code using the letters A-N, initially for the notes from the period 1887-c.1892 (inv. nos. 2036-2124), assigning each letter to a specific country or subject. Later, in the 1920s and 1930s he added the letters P-RYZ (inv. nos. 2089-2113). He also distinguished between the different series of notes according to paper size, referring to octavo, folio and quarto notes. With some small additions, he continued to use this system all his life. As Nettlau often reused his own papers a (new) manuscript sometimes has been written on the back of an older one or on some other papers.

Nettlau’s catalogues (inv. nos. 2513-2539) listed in the section Collecting activities are written in tiny script in notebooks no larger than quarto because he took them with him on his journeys to facilitate the collecting. They include many bibliographical details, but do not cover his whole collection. Most of the materials received after 1928 are not listed, including the printed material collected for him in London from 1914. There is only one catalogue covering c. 1928 until 1936 (inv. no. 2536).

In the section Collected documents and subject files the documents on persons are a mixture of original papers of these persons combined with notes and excerpts by Nettlau and documentation he collected. The persons concerned were in part his contemporaries, friends and acquaintances, in part they have been the subject of his historical research, and in several cases both. Nettlau received some of the original papers directly from the owner. The file of Petr Kropotkin, which contains a more sizable part of his personal papers, was partly given to Nettlau. Edoardo Milano trusted Nettlau to safeguard some of his papers. Paul Robin probably also gave him his file relating to the First International himself together with the cipher code used by Bakunin (inv. no. 2541, p. 44, 63-64).
Nettlau clearly used most of these files for his writings and some of them, i.e. Ernest Coeurderoy, Errico Malatesta and Elisée Reclus also contained manuscripts. These have been placed in the section Authorship, while some documents relating to Bakunin, found with the manuscripts have been transferred to the section Collected documents and subject files.
Nettlau’s rather holistic approach also showed in his files relating to Elisée Reclus to which his own correspondence with Reclus was added. As the correspondence was not limited to a specific subject it has been transferred to the General correspondence. Apart from ironing out inconsistencies like these the documents in this section have been kept together as much as possible the way Nettlau organized them.
This is also the case with the documents relating to organizations and congresses with part of which he had ties, while others are purely collected. They include a file of records of the Commonweal Group as well as the records of the Anarchist-Socialist and Anti-Parliamentary Committee of the International Socialist Workers and Trade Union Congress held in London in 1896. Nettlau was present at the Congress and involved in the work of the Committee, but Joseph Perry was the secretary. On the other hand, the records of the Freie Lehrerstimme were a chance discovery and he was not in any way involved in it.

The section Documentation contains all kind of smaller printed documents collected by Nettlau, i.e. leaflets, bulletins, circular letters, programs, statutes, announcements etc. Finally Nettlau’s collection of clippings has been kept the way it was. Nettlau had sorted his clippings into files by country and subject. The descriptions in the inventory are based on the superscriptions he wrote on them. Within this substantial amount of files the clippings were not in a specific order. This has not been rectified.

Loss

Although most of the Nettlau collection was recovered after World War II it did not come through unscathed. Some important unpublished manuscripts were lost from the part sent to England according to the IISH Annual Report of 1948. It is not clear if any or how many papers were not returned from Poland in 1956.
Some documents listed in his collection description of 1919 are missing. He mentions a manuscript ‘Geschichte meiner Sammlung’ (2 Vol., quarto, 490 pages) written in 1915-1916 which is no longer present. It included a survey of his life from 1890 until 1907 because as he stated, his life revolved more and more around his collection (inv. no. 2541, p. 29). Of Nettlau’s collection of postcards originally 7 boxes and a packet, only a small part is still present, although it had been moved to Amsterdam in the 1930s (inv. no. 1518). His stamps are missing too (inv. no. 2541, p. 50).
Relatively much is missing from his parents’ papers probably because Nettlau did not keep the documents for reasons privacy. No appraisal has taken place during the process of arrangement.

State of preservation

After World War I Nettlau, although aware of the problem, sometimes used poor quality paper due to paper shortage and lack of money. He tried to avoid this problem by buying old paper and using the back. When first received at the IISH in 1935 the cases which had been stored in London containing the oldest material turned out to have water damage. During its storage in Oxford in World War II the archive again sustained some water damage. The correspondence contains a considerable amount of damaged letters. Most of the papers are in a reasonable condition.

Financial contribution

The arrangement of the Nettlau papers was made possible by a donation received by the Friends of the IISH from the estate of Lilly Schorr, granddaughter of Pierre Ramus. Allocating the money, which could be spent freely, to this project made it possible to secure an additional grant from the national program for preservation (the Metamorfoze Fund) in The Netherlands for the security microfilming of Nettlau’s archive.

Literature

‘Biographische und bibliographische Daten von Max Nettlau, März 1940', a manuscript edited by Rudolf de Jong in International Review of Social History (Assen), Vol. 14 (1969), p. 444-482.

Annie Adama van Scheltema-Kleefstra, ‘Herinneringen van de bibliothecaresse van het Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis’ in Tijdschrift voor Sociale Geschiedenis (Amsterdam), Vol. 4 (1978), p. 141-176; a German translation published in Mitteilungsblatt des Instituts zur Geschichte der Arbeiterbewegung (Bochum), no. 4 (1979), p. 7-44.

Heiner Becker, ‘Max Nettlau 1865-1944' in Freedom (London), 47 (1986), no. 9 (centenary edition), p. 16-17.

Heiner Becker, ‘Einleitung’ in Max Nettlau, Geschichte der Anarchie Vol. 1-3 (Reprint of Der Vorfrühling der Anarchie , 1925; Der Anarchismus von Proudhon bis Kropotkin , 1927; Anarchisten und Sozialrevolutionäre , 1931), hrsg. von Heiner Becker (Münster 1993, 1996), p. VII-XXIII; p. VII-XVI; p. VII-XVIII.

Heiner Becker, ‘Introduction’, bibliographies (periodicals; books and articles) and ‘A short bibliographical guide to Nettlau’s historical work’ in Max Nettlau, A Short History of Anarchism , ed. by Heiner Becker (London 1996), p. IX-XXIII, 299-350 and 351-365.

Maria Hunink, ‘Das Schicksal einer Bibliothek. Max Nettlau und Amsterdam’ in International Review of Social History , Vol. 27 (1982), p. 4-42.

Maria Hunink, De papieren van de revolutie. Het Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis 1935-1947 (Amsterdam 1986), especially p. 28-48, 194-197.

Rudolf Rocker, Max Nettlau. Leben und Werk des Historikers vergessener sozialer Bewegungen (Berlin 1978).

INVENTORY


GENERAL


Diaries

1-19
Diaries in shorthand kept during journeys abroad and longer stays in England. With an occasional note made in Vienna and some notes in regular handwriting. Partly not in sequence.   1885-1899, 1901, 1905 and n.d.  19 folders.
1
1885, September 29-1886, January 31; 1886, August 2-September 9; 1887, November 21-March 31, May 19-August 31.
2
1888, November 2 (in Vienna); 1889, July 15-October 14.
3
1889, September 18-1890, January 26.
4
1890, January 27-May 19, 24. With a separate series of short notes 1889, November 1-1890, February 2.
5
1890, May 26-1891, August 31 and with intervals until November 10. With a separate series of notes including an account of lectures of the Fabian Society, 1890, May 30-August 3.
NB. From 1890, July 5 notes marked ‘Malatesta’.
6
1891, December 6-1892, December 11, with intervals and separate notes; 1893, February. With a note from 1894, September 6 stuck to the 1891, December 7 booklet.
NB. 1891, December 6 notes marked ‘Reclus’, 1892, August 13: account of a trip to Berlin in June 1892.
7
1893, February 15-March 28, June 13, 19, July 1-8, 10, 13, 18 and n.d, August 12-22, October 1-6, 15, December 15 and n.d. With an itinerary of his journeys 1882-1894 and a note in shorthand from 1892 both stuck to the booklet of 1893, February 15.
NB. 1893, March 28: probably an account of a trip to Geneva and Rotterdam December 2, 1892-January 1893; 1893, July-August and n.d.: ‘Alpenreise’; see also inv. no. 1561.
8
1894, January 14-15, February 5-6, March 6 (in Vienna), March 11-July 20. With intervals.
9
1894, August 6-1895, August 3. With an itinerary of his journeys in 1893-1895.
10
Separate series of notes 1895, January-August 10 with intervals.
NB. Includes ‘Jersey’ and ‘Guernsey’ in April 1895.
11
1895, August 5-1896, April 13. With a separate series of notes 1896, January 21-April 9.
12
1896, April 13-July 24, August 9-26 and 1897, February 18-July 13. With intervals.
NB. 1896, April 17-May 17 in Vienna; ‘Alles auch transcribiert. 1938/39. N.’.
13
1896, May 27-September 9 and autumn [September-October?].
NB. 1896, August 1-9: with some later comments 1902-1903; see also inv. no. 3130.
14
1896, December 10-1897, February 2 and 1896, December 23-1897, July 1.
15
1897, March 9, June 6, July 9-22, 31, August 25.
NB. Includes a list of ‘Schönste Aussichten’.
16
1897, December 22-1898, April 30.
17
1899, January 1-February 4.
18
1901, April 18-31, May 5 and December.
NB. Consists of notes on his itinerary of a journey through Austria and to Munich. With notes on places in Austria he visited in the past and a note on F. Tárrida del Mármol (December).
19
1905, November (?) 24; n.d. (p. 13-20) and n.d. (August 22-23 in Lyon).
20
Notebook in shorthand ‘Meine Reisen’, an account of journeys made in April-December 1893 to Geneva and Milan and to Prussia, written in 1895. With a list of his journeys 1884-1894 and a separate note on journeys in 1882-1885.   [1885], 1895.  1 folder.
NB. See also inv. no. 1561.
21-29
Digest of shorthand notes: ‘Ausgearbeitete stenografische Notizen u.a.’ (A.S.N.), partly (largely) chronological, partly topical c. 1879-1898, with citations from earlier and later dates.   1940.  10 folders.
NB. Based on the diaries inv. nos. 1-16, notes in the section Membership and Participation inv. nos. 1626-1651, notes from newspapers inv. nos. 3142-3145 and some other sources.
21
Chronological part (diary form): 1879-1895 (general); 1887, November 21-1888, November 3, p. 1-356.
22
‘Notizen der Reise 1889-1890 Wien-Paris-London’. 1889, July 9-December 30, p. 357-632.
NB. Includes ‘Notierungen während dem Pariser internationalen soz. Kongress 1889', p. 369-418.
23
1890, January 1-1892, July 16.
24
1893, April-1896, May 14.
25
1896, May 17-1898, March 31.
26
Topical part: Victor Dave (case). (c. 1887) 1888-1892 (-1895), p. 1501-1704.
27
Topical part: Socialist League, its branches in England and Dublin and early socialist movement in England. (1873-) 1888-1890 (-1911), partly based on the archives of the Socialist League, p. 1705-1854.
28
Topical part: early socialist movement in England, France, Italy, USA and other countries, primarily biographical data on socialists and other persons. c. (1888-) 1890-1897 (-1908), p. 1855-2122.
NB. Includes (more extensive) biographical notes on Gertrud Guillaume-Schack (p. 1995-2016), Errico Malatesta (p. 2025-2032), Varlaam Čerkezov (p. 2033-2036), Harry B. Samuels (p. 2037-2042), the Rossetti’s (p. 2043-2046), Frank Kitz (p. 2047-2056) and Joseph Lane (p. 2057-2062).
29
Topical part: early socialist movement: clubs, societies, international groups and periodicals and its contributors in England, France, Germany, Switzerland (p. 2123-2143); literature, visa (p. 2144-2152); list of books collected by his father and himself (p. 2153-2170); miscellaneous (p. 2171-2280) including notes on people who died in 1879-1890 (p. 2171-2176) and notes on and citations from periodicals: copies and citations of letters sent and received by Jacques Gross (p. 2281-2332).
NB. Correspondence Jacques Gross see also p. 2248-2256, 2270-2272.
30-74
Diary in the form of letters to his late fiancée Therese Bognar ('T.-Briefe'). Partly in shorthand and including copies of letters he wrote.   1907-1921.  45 folders.
NB. Pages are numbered 1-16649, but with omissions and some numbering errors; failing pages may be found in inv. nos. 1511-1513.
30
1907, June-August.
31
1907, September-December.
32
1908, January-April.
33
1908, May-July.
34
1908, August-October.
35
1908, November-1909 January.
36
1909, February-April.
37
1909, May-June.
38
1909, July-September.
39
1909, October-December.
40
1910, January-March.
41
1910, April-June.
42
1910, July-September.
43
1910, October-December.
44
1911, January-March.
45
1911, April-July.
46
1911, August-October.
NB. Page numbers skip from 5616 to 6017 in August.
47
1911, November-1912, February.
NB. Several page numbers fail in November-December 1911.
48
1912, March-June.
49
1912, July-October.
NB. Some page numbers fail in August 1912.
50
1912, November-1913, February.
NB. Several page numbers fail in November-December 1912.
51
1913, March-June.
52
1913, July-December.
NB. Several page numbers fail in November-December 1913; with a summary transcription of 1913, November 18-27 (p. 9100-9122).
53
1914, January-April.
54
1914, May-July.
55
1914, August-December.
NB. Some page numbers fail in December 1914.
56
1915, January-August.
57
1915, September-1916, March.
58
1916, April-October.
59
1916, November-1917, March.
60
1917, April-August.
61
1917, September-1918 February.
62
1918, March-July.
63
1918, August-October.
64
1918, November-December.
NB. Some page numbers fail in December 1918; 1918, November 29-1919, January 3 verso: manuscript of ‘Bakunin und die russische revolutionäre Bewegung in den Jahren 1868-1873', 134 pages, not in sequence, of which p. 99-102 fail; for these see inv. no. 83.
65
1919, January-March.
66
1919, April-June.
NB. Some page numbers fail in May 1919.
67
1919, July-September.
NB. Page numbering error: 1919, August 31: p. 14882 is followed by p. 14283.
68
1919, October-December.
69
1920, January-April.
NB. Page numbering error: 1920, April 27: p. 14879 is followed by p. 15480; from 1920, April 9: including text of (an article?) ‘Life in Vienna (Austria) 1914-1920', 15 pages.
70
1920, May-August.
NB. Page numbering error: 1920, May 30: p. 15545 is followed by p. 15446; 1920, from June 16 verso: a letter in French (addressee unknown) on the position of Austria in 1918, 6 pages.
71
1920, September-November.
72
1920, December-1921, March.
73
1921, April-June.
74
1921, July-November.
75
Old wrappings (with notes relating to the contents) of the diaries in the form of letters to Therese Bognar.   N.d.  1 cover.
76
Diary note 1922, February 11-15.   1922.  1 cover.
77
Diary notes in shorthand made during a trip to Berlin 1922, August 31-September 3.   1922.  1 cover.
78
Memorandum (diary note) in shorthand, 1928, October 26, p. 1-6.   1928.  1 cover.

Memoirs

79
Notebook (memoirs) ‘Aus meinen Erinnerungen. I. Wie ich zu meinen jetzigen Anschauungen gelangte’ until 1879.   N.d.  1 cover.
80
Memoirs in shorthand, p. 1-169, covering the period 1874-c. 1893.   1894.  1 cover.
81
Notes (memoirs?) in shorthand beginning in 1874.   1895-1897.  1 cover.
82
Notebooklet in shorthand ‘Erinnerungen’. October 14 and 26.   1902.  1 cover.
83
Memoirs of his early childhood, p. 1-4.   [c. 1918-1919].  1 cover.
NB. On the back manuscript of ‘Bakunin und die revolutionäre Bewegung in den Jahren 1868-1873', p. 99-102; see inv. no. 64.
84-89
Chronicle of his life (‘Lebenschronik’) from 1865-1898.   1937-1938.  6 folders.
84
Part 1: 1865-1873 [early childhood and] ‘Geschichte der Eltern’, p. 1-106.
85
Part II: 1873-1882 [childhood and teens] ‘in Wien und Neuwaldegg’, p. 1-155.
86
Part III: 1882-1887 ‘Studentenjahre’, p. 1-130.
87
Part IV: 1887-1892 ‘Studienjahre’, p. 1-171. With supplement to and corrections of part I-IV.
88-89
Part V: 1892-1898 ‘Arbeits- und Reisejahre’
88
Pages 1-200.
89
Pages 201-268.
90-91
Notes made for the writing of his memoirs. In two series.   1938 and n.d.  1 folder and 1 cover.
90
Period from May 1898 and some earlier dates, p. 1-582. With a few missing pages. (folder)
91
Period c. 1889-1927, p. 1-75.
92-123
Memoirs ‘Erinnerungen und Eindrücke aus meinem Leben’ from 1865-1934.   1940-1944.  31 folders.
92
Notebook 1: [starts with] earliest impressions.
93
Notebook 2: from 1868 explorations of a three year old.
94
Notebook 3: grammar school (‘Gymnasium’).
95
Notebook 4: continued from 3.
96
Notebook 5: from April 1887.
97
Notebook 6: from May 1890.
98
Notebook 7: from 1894 March until 1897 August.
99
Notebook 8: from 1896 Christmas until 1901 March.
100
Notebook 9: from 1901 January in Paris.
101
Notebook 10: from 1905 Christmas.
102
Notebook 11: from 1909 March.
103
Notebook 12: from 1912 September.
104
Notebook 13: from 1914 August.
105
Notebook 14: from 1918 summer.
106
Notebook 15: from 1920 spring.
107
Notebook 16: from 1921 continued.
108
Notebook 17: from 1922 autumn.
109
Notebook 18: from 1924.
110
Notebook 19: 1924 continued (autumn).
111
Notebook 20: 1924 continued (August).
112
Notebook 21: from 1928 April.
113
Notebook 22: from 1928 October.
114
Notebook 23: from1930 April.
115
Notebook 24: from 1932 April.
116
Notebook 25: from 1933 April.
117
Notebook 26: from 1934 April. With separate notes.
118
Supplement 1 (‘Nachträge’).
119
Supplement 2
120
Supplement 3.
121
Supplement 4.
122
Supplement (no number). Written in 1943.
NB. Contains: ‘Geografische Eindrücke’ (p. 5), ‘Nach dem 25. Juli 1943' (p. 23), ‘Moderne Reaktion und autoritärer Sozialismus’ (p. 71), ‘Zukunftgestaltungen’ (p. 76), ‘Familie meines väterlichen Grossvaters Nettlau’ (p. 83), ‘Kochbücher' (p. 89) and book titles. With a note.
123
Supplement (no number). Written in 1944. With some separate notes.
NB. Contains largely notes on books.

General correspondence

124-1284
Letters received and drafts of letters (partly in shorthand) sent by Nettlau. With annexes.   1880s-1944.  1165 covers and 260 folders.
124-127
Abad de Santillán, Diego ( La Protesta , Biblioteca de la Protesta , Buenos Aires; Tiempos Nuevos , Barcelona). 1922-1935. 4 folders.
NB. Until 1926 from Berlin; also with separate notes by Nettlau, partly on the back of a discarded manuscript.
124
1922-1924. With a letter by Nettlau (incomplete, p. 5) 1923, a clipping of a review of Errico Malatesta. Das Leben ... 1923, a letter by The Libertarian League, Los Angeles, 1924, notes by Armando Borghi on Malatesta, 21 p. and copy (made by Nettlau) of a letter by Enrico Nido to Nicolo Barrera and others.
125
1925-1926. With some letters by Nettlau.
126
1927-1929. With a letter (draft?) by Nettlau 1927 and clippings from 1929 concerning the murder of the director of La Protesta , Emilio López Arango .
127
930-1935. With typescript ‘Mi Credo Social’ by Santillán 1931 and a leaflet from Guilda de Amigos del Libro, Barcelona, 1935.
128
Actis, Andrea (Grugliasco). 1897.
129-130
Adama van Scheltema-Kleefstra, Annie (Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, IISG, Amsterdam). 1935-1944. 2 folders.
129
1935-1937. With letters (partly draft?) by Nettlau 1935 and 1937.
130
1938-1944. With a plan by Nettlau of his room in Vienna 1938 and letters by him 1939 and 1944.
131
Adamis (Nice). 1912.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
132
Adler, Friedrich . With copies (made by Nettlau) of a letter by Adler and one by Nettlau (both in shorthand), a draft of a letter by Nettlau and separate notes by him. 1922.
NB. The draft from 1922 concerns a letter to Friedrich Engels by Nettlau 1894, published in Victor Adler, Aufsätze, Reden und Briefe , Vol. 1 (Vienna 1922).
133
Adler, Victor . With a separate note in shorthand by Nettlau. 1900.
NB. Letter and note partly illegible because of damage.
134
Agi (Genova). 1922.
135
Alaiz, Felipe . 1939.
136
Albarez, Manuel . 1904.
137
Albert. 1909.
NB. Probably first name.
138
Albin ( Croquis Brefs , Lyon). 1922-1923.
139
Albrun, Felix ( Partito Mazziniano Italiana , Roma). 1912.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
140
Aldred, Guy A. 1908-1909, 1911.
141
Alexeeff, A.G. (New York). With a letter (draft) by Nettlau. 1930.
142
Alianza Libertaria Argentina (ALA), Buenos Aires ( Sebastian Ferrer ). 1923-1924.
143
Almereyda, Miguel (pseudonym of Eugène B.J.P. Vigo ) ( La Guerre Sociale , Paris). 1905-1906, 1912.
NB. One letter partly illegible because of damage.
144
Amann, Paul . 1921-1922.
145
Amdrupl, Valdemar M. 1890s.
NB. Visiting card, on the back a bibliographical note.
146
American Express Company Inc., The, Paris. 1924.
147
American Relief Administration European Children’s Fund, Vienna ( Gardner Richardson ). 1921.
148
Amsterdams Tehuis voor Arbeiders (ATVA) . 1938.
149
Anderson, Alex ( Socialist Party of Great Britain ). With leaflet ‘Declaration of Principles’. 1904.
150
Anderson, Peter ( General Defense Committee, Washington Branch ). 1927.
151
Andersson, Josef (Stockholm?). N.d.
NB. Visiting card.
152
Andrea, Virgilia d’ . 1931, 1933.
NB. 1931 only an envelope.
153
Angio, Roberto d’ . 1902, 1910.
154
Angueira, Miguel A. (Buenos Aires). 1928.
155
Anguera, Maria (Barcelona). With letters (drafts) by Nettlau 1938. 1928, 1930-1940.
156
Anselino, Angelo ( L’Aurora , Boston). 1929.
157
Antilli, Teodoro ( La Antorcha , Buenos Aires). 1922-1923.
158
Aradi, Victor ( A Jövö Társadalma , Cluj). 1920s, 1923.
159
Arbetaren (Stockholm) ( Onar Andersson ). 1925, 1927-1929.
NB. Financial correspondence only.
160
Archambault, Marie 1910s.
161
Argonauta, La Editorial, Buenos Aires ( M.L. Sobrado ). 1921.
162
Armand, E. (pseudonym of Ernest Juin ) ( l’Ère nouvelle , Orléans; l’En dehors , Orléans). With a separate note by Nettlau. 1906-1910, 1912-1914, 1919, 1922, 1924, 1935 and n.d.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
163
Aromatario, A. and C. Palumbo ( International Libertarian Committee of Assistance to the Political Prisoners, Westfield, New Jersey ). 1929-1930.
164
Arrigani, E. 1928.
165
Aršinov (Archinoff; Arshinov), Petr . Enclosed his pamphlet Anarchizm i diktatura proletariata (1931) with corrections by Nettlau. 1925, 1932.
166
Arual, Brisa . 1931.
167
Arús, Biblioteca Pública, Barcelona . With separate notes by Nettlau. 1926, 1928-1929 and n.d.
168
Asociacion Continental Americana de los Trabajadores (ACAT), Buenos Aires ( T. Morone ). 1930.
169-170
Atabekian (Atabekiantz; Atabek; Atabekoff), Alexander . 1880s-1927. 2 folders.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
169
1880s, 1892-1896. With a letter by Errico Malatesta 1893, an excerpt by Atabekian and a letter by Nicolet (Chaux-de-Fonds) 1894 with mailing notes concerning Bakunin’s Dieu et l’Etat by Nettlau.
170
1906, 1908, 1922, 1925-1927. With a copy in shorthand and drafts of letters by Nettlau 1906, 1925-1926. Also with a copy (made by Atabekian) of the pamphlet(?) Kratkaja istorija Kropotkinskogo Muzeja (1925) and other typescripts in Russian.
171
Atkinson, Robert . 1888.
172
Avellano, Eduardo . 1908.
173
Avenard, Marie and E. 1902, 1906, 1910.
NB. Letter from 1910 partly illegible.
174
Axler, Benjamin ( Yiddish Anarchist Federation, New York ; Freie Arbeiter Stimme , New York). 1929-1930, 1933-1934.
175
B., W. (Univ. Biblioteket, Helsingfors). 1892.
NB. Postcard concerning Leonore Feuerbach .
176
Baer & Co., Joseph (Frankfurt am Main) . 1898, 1900.
177
Baeriswyl, Fritz . 1922.
178
Bakels, Anthon and Henk Eikeboom ( De Vrije Socialist , Amsterdam). 1923.
179
Baker, Jacob ( Vanguard Press, Inc., New York ). 1927.
NB. Letter on finances.
180
Baker, Olaf . 1901, 1904, 1906.
181
Baker, R.J. (Chicago). 1925.
182
Bakounine (Bakunin), Charles . With copies of letters by Nettlau 1895 and shorthand notes from newspapers 1912 concerning ‘Charles Bakounine, arrête à Milan. Schwindler!!’. 1895, 1912.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
183
Bakunin Caccioppoli, Sofia . With a letter by Melly Littower to Nettlau 1923. 1894-1895, 1903, 1923, 1926 and n.d.
184-187
Bakunin Oglioloro, Marussia (Maria). 1901-1940 and n.d. 4 folders.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
184
1901-1909. With a letter by Berta Nemayer (former governess of the Bakunin children, first wife of Saverio Merlino) 1906 and a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1908.
185
1910-1914, 1919-1925. With separate notes by Nettlau 1920s, letters by Francesco Giordiani ( Società Industrie Chimiche ‘Ittiolo Italiano’, Napels ) to Nettlau 1920-1921, a letter by Hans Pick 1921 and a letter by Nettlau 1925.
186
1926-1931. With notes (partly separate and in shorthand) by Nettlau concerning Bagotzky (Bagockij) 1926 and other annexes.
187
1932-1940 and n.d. With a copy of a letter by Nettlau 1932.
188
Baldwin, Roger N. 1925, 1927-1928.
189
Bandera Negra (Buenos Aires) ( J. Berenguer ). 1930.
190
Barcelone ( Le Libertaire , Paris). 1929-1931.
191
Bareos, Julio ( El Hombre Nuevo , Barcelona). With note in shorthand by Nettlau. 1923.
192-193
Barker, Ambrose G. 1905-1932. 2 folders.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
192
1905-1909.
193
1910-1912, 1929, 1931-1932, 1938.
194
Barlow, John H. (Bournville Village Trust). 1907.
195
Barrera, A. ( La Protesta , Buenos Aires). 1922, 1924.
196
Bartholdi-Herzig, Henri . 1931.
197
Barton, Alf(?) ( The Free Commune , Manchester, Leeds). 1898.
198
Baskette, Ewing C. 1936, 1938.
199
Baudouïn, Mme Paul . N.d.
200
Bauer, Stephan (Basel). With notes by Nettlau on address labels of food packages received in the 1920s. 1904, 1913, 1920-1921 and n.d.
201
Beck-Rzikowsky, Trude . 1940.
NB. Letter concerning Anny Herein .
202
Becker, W. 1903.
NB. Letters concerning the death of Gertrud Guillaume-Schack .
203
Bedouch(e) (Paris). 1899 and n.d.
204
Beer, Max . 1929.
205
Beilin, B. With a postscript by Nettlau to Edward W. Sellen. 1895.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage, text missing.
206
Belcher, A. With separate note in shorthand by Nettlau. 1896, 1890s.
207
Belin, L. ( Fédération Révolutionnaire Communiste, Paris ). 1912.
208
Bellerio, Emilio . 1899.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
209
Belletti, E. 1901.
210
Belli, Joseph ( J.H.W. Dietz Nachf., Stuttgart ). 1890, 1913.
NB. Postcard from 1890 partly illegible because of damage.
211
Benoit, Charles . 1921.
212
Bergamasco, Giovanni . 1899.
213
Berger, Octave ( Question sociale , Paris). 1892.
214
Bergeron, Paul ( Les Vagabonds , Lyon). With a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1923 and an announcement from Lueurs (Lyon). 1922-1924.
215
Bergmann, Heinrich (Wattenscheid). With newspaper clippings from 1932. 1931-1935.
216-217
Berkman, Alexander . 1908-1936. 2 folders.
216
1908, 1914, 1922-1930. With a copy of a letter to Jean Grave and a letter by W.S. van Valkenburgh 1927.
217
1931-1936. With copies of letters by Nettlau 1931 and 1933.
218
Berkman-Eckstein, Emmy . 1931-1932, 1934-1937. 1 folder.
219
Bernal, N.T. (Mexico City). 1924-1925.
220
Bernard, Lazare (also: Bernard-Lazare ) ( L’Action , Paris). With copies of letters in shorthand by Nettlau. 1894-1897.
221
Bernauer, Karl . 1911, 1914, 1919.
222
Berndl, Ludwig and Dora . 1931.
223
Berneri, Camillo . 1922, 1926.
224
Bernier, René . 1912.
225
Bernstein, Eduard ( Documente des Socialismus , Berlin). 1898, 1905, 1909.
NB. Letter from 1898 partly illegible because of damage.
226
Bertoia, Oscar . 1890, 1892.
227-228
Bertoni, Luigi ( Le Réveil - Il Risveglio , Geneva). 1900-1939 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Postcard from 1900 partly illegible because of damage.
227
1900, 1904, 1921-1922, 1924-1928. With letters by Henri Robert 1926, by Yoshi Aso and by Mario Battistini 1928.
228
1929-1936, 1938-1939 and n.d. With separate notes by Nettlau 1930 and letters (drafts?) 1931 and 1938, also with a postcard by Julius E. Reisner 1938.
229
Beskidy, Montania . 1936.
230
Besnard, Pierre . 1931.
231
Bevington (Guggenberger), Louise Sarah . 1894.
232
Bijlstra, J. ( De Arbeider , Groningen). 1931.
233
Billing, Teresa . 1910.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
234
Binazzi, Zelmira ( Il Libertario , La Spezia). 1910, 1912.
NB. Postcard from 1912 partly illegible because of damage.
235
Bingham, Robert (Provision Merchants, Sheffield). 1894.
236
Biscuit . 1930.
NB. Note by Nettlau on envelope: ‘Reclus ital. Desiderata’.
237
Bizo, Alex . With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau. 1891.
238
Björklund, Carl Johan ( Brand , Stockholm). With notes by Nettlau. 1922-1927.
239
Blackwell, J. 1890.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
240
Bloch, Joseph ( Sozialistische Monatshefte , Berlin). With a postscript by Gertrud Guillaume-Schack . 1898-1899.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
241
Bock, Carl . 1930-1931.
242
Bock, Käte . N.d.
243
Boháč, Joh. E. (Hans) .With a long reply by Nettlau in shorthand, a letter by A. Specht and a letter by Bruno Wille 1894. 1894, 1925, 1927.
244
Bolas, T. (Chemical Technological & Physical Laboratories, London). 1896.
NB. One letter partly illegible because of damage.
245
Bonnef, M. 1913.
246
Bonoff (Bonov), A. (Liberty Group, London). 1904.
247
Borghi, Armando . With separate notes by Nettlau. 1921, 1926, 1929-1933.
248
Borgius, Walther . With manuscript (draft) by Nettlau 1927 and proof ‘Die anarchistische Staatsauffassung’ (1928) by Borgius. 1927-1928.
NB. Note on manuscript: ‘4/3 1927 ganz neuer Text’.
249
Bouny-Reclus, I. 1910, c. 1912-1913 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
250
Boutchingky, Teodor . 1934.
251
Brand, Ignaz . With his death announcement 1916. 1911-1916 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
252
Braun, Adolf ( Arbeiter-Zeitung , Vienna). 1889, 1901, 1912.
NB. Letter from 1901 partly damaged.
253
Braun, Ludwig (Vienna). 1930.
254
Brenan, Gerald . 1938.
255
Breton, François . 1914.
256
Brilliant, Oscar L. ( International Research and Trade Service Bureau, New York ). With separate notes by Nettlau. 1920.
257
British Museum , London. 1894-1895, 1897.
258
Britschgi-Schimmer, Ina . With separate notes by Nettlau. 1925-1929.
259
Brocher, Gustave . With separate notes by Nettlau 1924. 1923-1931. 1 folder.
NB. 1926 with enclosed La Libre Pensée (Lausanne), no. 10, with articles by Brocher.
260
Brossa, James . 1897.
261
Brouez, Fernand ( La Société Nouvelle , Paris). With notes in shorthand by Nettlau. 1894-1896.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
262
Brown, H. Runham (Internationale der Kriegsdienstgegner / L’Internationale des Résistants à La Guerre, Enfield, Middlesex). 1930.
NB. Letter in a German, French and Spanish version.
263-267
Brupbacher, Fritz . 1912-1940 and n.d. 5 folders.
263
1912-1913, 1921-1923, 1927, 1929.
264
1930-1932. With a letter by Éditions Rieder, Paris to Nettlau 1930, a letter by Elena Melli-Malatesta and a letter from La Protesta (Buenos Aires) 1932.
265
1933-1934. With a letter by Minna Lowensohn and a letter by Alice Hirt 1933.
266
1935-1937. With clipping of ‘Pour les 70 ans de Max Nettlau’ ( La Révolution Prolétarienne , Paris) 1935, a letter by Isidor Scheiman to Nettlau 1935 and separate notes (partly in shorthand) by Nettlau 1937.
267
1938-1940 and n.d. With a postcard by Soledad Gustavo 1938 and a separate note by Nettlau.
268
Brupbacher, Paulette . 1929-1930, 1932, 1937-1939 and n.d.
269
Buber, Martin . With a letter in shorthand (draft?) by Nettlau to Walter Landauer 1921. 1921, 1936.
NB. Letter from 1921 concerning the correspondence of Gustav Landauer ; see also inv. no. 1095; letter from 1936 also signed by Efraim Frisch .
270
Buenacasa, Manuel . With a copy of a letter by Germinal Esgleas . 1927-1932.
271
Büttner, Felix . 1934.
Büttner, Max see Freie Arbeiter Union Deutschlands, FAUD (Berlin), Geschäftskommission.
272
Buisson, Ferdinand . 1910.
273
Bullock, John (Hammersmith). 1900.
274
Bullock, O. (Hammersmith Socialist Society). 1892.
275
Burcev (Bourtzeff), Vladimir ( Byloe , London). With a copy of a letter by Nettlau 1895 and a letter by S.A. Vengerov to Baranov 1900. 1890, 1892, 1895-1896, 1899-1900, 1908 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
276
Buré ( Harmonie , Marseille). 1893.
277
Burgh, H. de . 1888.
278
Canadian, The (pseudonym) . With clippings. 1927 and n.d.
NB. Note by Nettlau ‘I never knew his name’.
279
Cantwell, Thomas . 1896, 1900-1901 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
280
Capes, Ben . With a separate note by Nettlau. 1927.
281
Carbo, E.C. (Grupo anarchista Mas Lejos , Barcelona). With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau and a draft of his response to a questionary. 1936.
282
Carr, E.H. With separate notes by Nettlau relating to Carr’s Bakunin biography 1937. 1933-1936.
283
Carvalho, Christiano de ( Trabalhador , Porto). 1898.
284
Ceconi, Ermanno . With a separate note by Nettlau. 1922.
285
Čerkezov (Tcherkesoff, Tcherkesov), Varlaam D.A. 1892, 1896-1899, 1901, 1904-1905, 1907 and n.d. 1 folder.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage; one letter from 1896 on a short letter by Errico Malatesta to Nettlau.
286-287
Čerkezov-Rupertus (Tcherkesoff, Tcherkesov), Frida . With notes in shorthand by Nettlau 1900-1934 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
286
1900-1905, 1908-1913.
287
1919, 1921-1922, 1924-1926, 1928-1930, 1932-1934 and n.d.
288
Cerny, Rudolf (Verlag u. Buchhandlung, Vienna). With copies in shorthand of letters by Nettlau and a note on Cerny. 1923.
289
Changeux, A. 1924.
290
Charles, Frederic (pseudonym of F. Ch. Slaughter ). c. 1889, 1899-1900, 1909, 1913.
NB. Letter from c. 1889 (partly illegible because of damage) with note by Nettlau.
291
Charlier, R.E. 1929.
292
Charvot, M. 1909.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
293
Chase, Ray E. ( Rocker Publications Committee, Los Angeles ). 1938.
294
Cherbanoff, Veliko . 1895.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
295
Chéron, Georges ( Le Libertaire , Paris). 1924.
296
Chevalier, Benoit . 1890.
297
Christian Science Monitor, The , Boston ( Albert W. Blake ; Isabel Foster ). With a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1923 and various receipts. 1923-1925. 1 folder.
298
Ciancabilla, Giuseppe . 1890s, 1898-1899.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
299
Civera, Marin ( Cuadernos de Cultura , Valencia; Biblioteca Orto, Madrid ). 1932-1934.
300
Clair, Max (pseudonym of Alfred Mignon ). 1913.
301
Cochran, Mary R. ( Public Library of Cincinnati ). 1937.
302
Cohen, Alexander . 1895, 1897-1898, 1902-1903, 1906-1907.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
303-304
Cohen, Joseph J. ( Freie Arbeiter Stimme , New York). 1921-1932. 2 folders.
303
1921-1925. With a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1924.
304
1926-1932. With a letter by Abr. Grosner to Nettlau 1930.
305-307
Cohn, Michael A. 1922-1939. 3 folders.
305
1922-1927. With letters relating to Nettlau’s collections 1924 and a copy of a letter by him.
306
1928-1931.
307
1932-1936, 1938-1939.
308
Collins, Charlotte (St. Louis, Missouri). 1923.
NB. Concerns gift for a school in Vienna.
309
Colomer, André ( L’Action d’Art , Paris; Le Libertaire , Paris). 1913, 1924-1925 and n.d.
310
Comité pour l'Espagne Libre, Paris . 1937.
311
Comité Regional de Relations Anarchistes, Buenos Aires . 1934.
312
Confederación Nacional del Trabajo (CNT) España . With leaflets, partly with notes by Nettlau. 1928, 1933.
313
Consulado de España, Amsterdam. 1939.
NB. Only receipts of parcels.
314
Converti, Nicolô ( L’Operaio , Tunis). 1896-1897, 1932.
NB. Letters from 1897 include supplements to the Bibliographie de l’anarchie ; note on letters from 1932: ‘... ital. Internationale letzte Jahre, historical details - letters mostly used’.
315
Coopération des Idées, La , Paris. 1896, c. 1899.
NB. Hectographed letters, partly illegible.
316
Co-operative Union, The (Manchester) ( J.C. Gray ). 1908.
317
Cores, Georges . With a letter by Mat Kavanagh to Nettlau 1934. 1931, 1933-1934, 1936.
318
Corin, R. ( Probuždenie / Probuzhdenie , Detroit). With financial notes and a separate note by Nettlau. 1930.
319
Corio, Silvio . 1901 and n.d.
320
Cornelissen, Christiaan . With an autobiographical sketch (1920s) and notes by Nettlau. 1897-1899, 1901-1920, 1922, 1930-1931, 1934-1937. 1 folder.
321
Cornelissen, Freddy . 1911, 1927.
322-324
Cornelissen-Rupertus, Lilly (Elisabeth) . 1902-1938. 3 folders.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage; until 1922 letters partly also signed by Christiaan Cornelissen; from 1933: Lilly Reclus-Rupertus .
322
1902-1913. With a letter by Bullard to Nettlau 1908 and a postscript by Christiaan Cornelissen 1908.
323
1919-1925.
324
1926-1938. With a letter by Varlaam Čerkezov to Nettlau 1928 and a letter also by Čerkezov, Christiaan Cornelissen, Paul and Jacques Reclus 1937.
325
Cosentini, Francesco ( Dizionario di legislazione sociale , Torino). 1925.
326
Costa, Emilio . 1930.
327
Costes, Alfred (Éditeur, Paris). With notes by Nettlau. 1930.
328
Cotta'sche Buchhandlung, J.G., Stuttgart . With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau concerning the Bakunin biography. 1895.
329
Coucher, Harriett M. With notes (draft of a letter?) in shorthand 1896. 1893-1898 and n.d. 1 folder.
NB. One of Nettlau’s landladies in London; see also inv. no. 1465.
330
Coulon, A. 1897.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
331
Cridge(?), Alfred ( Radical , San Francisco). 1897.
332
Cuccioli, G. 1901.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
333
Czerniak (Černjak), M. ( Delu Truda , Buenos Aires). 1930.
334
Darnaud, Emile (Foix). 1892-1893.
335
Dauphin Méunier, Achille ( Pierre Ganivet ). With a separate note by Nettlau. 1933.
336
Dave-Archambault, Marie . 1904, 1907-1912 and n.d.
337-340
Dave, Victor ( L’Humanité Nouvelle , Paris; Schleicher Frères & Cie, Revue Générale de Bibliographie française , Paris; La Production Contemporaine , Paris). 1887-1922 and n.d. 4 folders.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
337
1887-1890, 1892, 1895-1900. With a postcard by Antonio Labriola 1900.
338
1901-1909. With a letter by Nettlau 1906, a letter by Henry Candiani 1907 and copy in shorthand of a reply by Nettlau.
339
1910-1914. With copies of letters by James Guillaume 1913.
340
1917, 1919-1921-1922 and n.d. With letters by Nettlau to Jacques Gross and V. Dave 1917 and notes in shorthand; with letters by Alfred Costes (Éditeur, Paris) 1920-1921.
341-343
Davies, Miss A. 1898-1912 and n.d. 3 folders.
NB. A lot of letters partly illegible because of damage.
341
1898-1902. With a letter also by Emma Goldman 1900 and notes by Nettlau 1901.
342
1903-1907. With a letter also by Frida Čerkezov 1905 and a note by Nettlau 1906.
343
1908-1913 and n.d.
344
Davis, Henry . With a copy of a letter (‘discussion’ draft) by Nettlau 1891. 1890-1891.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
345
Day, Hem ( Comité international de Defense anarchiste, Bruxelles ). 1932, 1930s.
346
Day, Mary R. 1909.
NB. Addressed to ‘Editor, Freedom Office’; letters partly illegible because of damage.
347-348
Decastello, Alfred . 1940-1944. 2 folders.
347
1940-1942. With letters (drafts?) by Nettlau 1940, 1942 and letters by Anny Herein 1942.
348
1943-1944. With separate notes, partly in shorthand, and various letters (drafts) by Nettlau 1943-1944, letters by Josef Ströbinger 1943, Anny Herein 1943-1944 and a letter by Marussia Ogliolorov to Anny Herein 1943.
349
Defendi, G. 1897.
350
Deitscheva, Rosa . 1937.
351
Delcuppe, E. 1890.
352
Delesalle, Paul M. 1900, 1910, 1913, 1931, 1933.
NB. Postcard from 1900 partly illegible because of damage.
353
Descaillaux, Thérèse . 1910-1913, 1919-1920, 1922 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
354
Descaves, Lucien . 1909-1911 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
355
Després, Fernand ( L’Humanité , Paris). With financial notes. 1921 and n.d.
356
Desser, Joe ( Workmen’s Circle , Toronto). With a letter to Aron Tobias Friedmann 1928. 1927-1928.
NB. Two letters in Yiddish.
357
Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft für Politik und Geschichte m.b.H., Berlin. 1925.
358
Devaldès, Manuel (pseudonym of Ernest Edmond Lohy). 1922.
359
DeVito Company, John A. (Boston) . N.d.
360
Dijereus(?), Anne . 1903.
361
Dobson, J.E. 1933.
362
Domanico, Giovanni . With a copy of a letter by Nettlau 1912. 1910-1912 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
363
Domela Nieuwenhuis, Ferdinand . 1896-1900, 1902, 1909, 1911, 1913.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
364
Dommanget, Maurice . 1936-1938.
365
Doren, Irita van ( The Nation , New York). 1923.
366
Dosev (Dozev), Chr. ( Vozroždenie , Burgas). 1907-1908 and n.d.
NB. One letter partly illegible.
367
Doubinsky, J. 1933, 1935.
368
Douglas, Paul H. (University of Chicago). 1926.
369
Douwes Dekker, Eduard . 1913.
370
Dragomanov, Mikhail . 1893-1895.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
371
Drahn, Ernst ( Preussische Staatsbibliothek, Berlin ). With separate notes by Nettlau. 1921, 1923.
372
Droz, Henri-Edouard . 1897.
373
Dryhurst, N.J. 1890, 1907 and n.d.
374
Dubois, M. 1932-1933 and n.d.
375
Duff, Charles (London). 1937.
376
Dumartheray, François . With a curriculum vitae of his father (1842-1931). 1932.
377
Dumesnil-Reclus, Louise . With a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1896. 1895-1896, 1898, 1908-1914. 1 folder.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
378
Dunn, Fred W. 1915.
NB. Letter partly illegible.
379
Dunois(-Catonné), Amédeé ( Les Temps nouveaux , Paris; L’Humanité , Paris). 1907, 1910, 1913-1914, 1930-1931.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage; letter from 1931 also signed by Fritz and Paulette Brupbacher, Marcel Martinet and Monatte.
380
Duthy, M. & Mme Théophane . N.d.
NB. Visiting card; on the back note by Nettlau ‘[Cabet]’.
381
Dutka, Albert ( Neodvislost , Prague). 1892-1893.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
382
Edger, Aug. P. ( Union Patriotique de France , Paris). Enclosed a separate note by Nettlau (1938) on Paul and Henry Edger and their collection. 1906.
383
Eikeboom, Henk . 1939.
NB. See also inv. no. 178.
384
Eisterer-Höbinger, Irene . 1923.
385
Ellian, John G. N.d.
NB. Visiting card.
386
Eltzbacher, Paul . 1900-1902.
Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences (New York) see inv. no. 664.
387
Engelbrecht, E. ( Club ‘Autonomie’, London ). 1890.
NB. See for a copy of Nettlau’s letter to the Club inv. no. 946.
388
Ennis, P. 1901.
389
Ensz, Abraham ( Antikrat , Berlin). 1891.
390
Epstein, Julius (Michal Kácha-Verlag, Prag). 1933.
NB. On the back a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau.
391
Esfuerzo (Montevideo, Uruguay). 1936.
392
Espinas, Alfred . 1910.
NB. Visiting card.
393
Esteve, Pedro ( El Productor , Barcelona and [from 1894] Brooklyn, New York). With a letter (draft?) by Nettlau 1890. 1890, 1894-1895.
394
Estévez, Antonio (New York). 1926.
395
Etats Unis de l’Europe, Les ( Ligue Internationale de la Paix et de la Liberté, Geneva ). With drafts of a letter and a separate note by Nettlau, partly in shorthand. 1893.
396
Evening (pseudonym of Pierre Raveggi, Tunis) . 1897-1898.
NB. Letter from 1898 with supplements for the Bibliographie de l’anarchie .
397
Faas-Hardegger, Margarethe (Margrit). With Die zwölf Artikel des Sozialistischen Bundes (1908) in 1931. 1907, 1909, 1911, 1929-1932, 1934-1935, 1937-1939. 1 folder.
NB. Letters from 1900s partly illegible because of damage.
398
Fabbri, Luce . 1935.
399
Fabbri, Luigi ( Il Pensiero , Bologna). 1906, 1910, 1912, 1921, 1923, 1926-1927, 1929-1930, 1933-1935. 1 folder.
NB. Letter from 1910 partly illegible because of damage.
400
Fabijanović, Minnie . 1934.
401-404
Fabijanović, Stephanus . With annexes. 1896-1933. 4 folders.
401
1896, 1912, 1920-1925. With a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1925.
402
1926.
403
1927-1929.
404
1930-1933. With copies of poems by Alfred Sanftleben 1930.
405
Falcó & Zeledón ( Ricardo Falcó , José Maria Zeledón ; Renovación , San José, Costa Rica). 1912.
406
Farran, Palmiro . 1936.
407
Farrelly, M.J. With copies of letters and notes by Nettlau, partly in shorthand. 1894 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
408
Faure, Sébastien ( La Revue Anarchiste , Paris; Impr. ‘La Fratelle’, Paris; Oeuvre Internationale des Éditions Anarchistes, Paris ). With annexes. 1922, 1924-1926, 1928-1929, 1933.
409
Faure & Cie., S., Paris ( Guillaume ). 1892.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
410
Fedeli, Ugo (pseudonym of Ugo Treni) . 1931.
411
Federación Obrera Regional Uruguaya (FORU) . 1940.
412
Federn, Karl . 1911, 1925.
413
Fedoreshen, Joseph ( Probuždenie / Probuzhdenie , Detroit). 1935-1937.
414
Fehling, A.W. With a separate note by Nettlau relating to Schapper - Willich. 1921.
415
Felippe, Rodolpho(?) ( Editorial ‘A Sementeira’, S. Paulo, Brasil ). 1934.
416
Fénéon, Félix ( La Revue Blanche , Paris). 1897.
417
Ferandel ( Comité International de Défense Anarchiste, Paris ; Comité de Défense du Droit d’Asile, Paris ). 1927-1928.
418
Fernandez, José M. ( Editorial Argonauta, Buenos Aires ). 1924 .
419
Ferrer, Francisco ( La Huelga General , Barcelona). 1901.
NB. On letter a note in shorthand by Nettlau.
Ferrer, Sebastian see inv. no. 142.
420
Ferrero, Emma . 1923, 1925.
421
Fersenheim, Paul S. 1886, 1896.
422
Feuerbach, Leonore . 1892.
423
Fey, Emil . With a postscript by Margarethe Faas and on the back a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1910. 1910-1911, 1900s.
NB. See also inv. no. 1096.
424
Figner, Vera . With a letter by Alexander Atabekian to Nettlau 1926. 1925.
425
Fisher, Joseph . 1926.
426
Flaustier, P. (pseudonym of Paul Sosset ). 1897.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
427
Fleischmann, Hans (Vienna). With a note in shorthand by Nettlau. 1925.
428
Fleischmann, J. ( Il Pensiero , Mantova). 1905.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
429
Fleming, John William (Melbourne). 1909, 1911, 1933.
430
Flores, Paolo ( Studi politici , Roma). 1923, 1925-1927.
431
Follin, Jacques . 1926.
432
Fonteyn, Charles . N.d.
NB. Visiting card.
433
Fouchs, Paul . 1890s.
NB. Visiting card; on the back a biographical note by Nettlau.
434
Frager, Jack . 1931-1932.
435
Fraigneux, Raphael ( L’Affranchi , Bruxelles). 1906, 1911-1912.
436
Francesco, Tommasso de ( L’Avvenire Sociale , Messina). 1904.
437
Free Commune Press, Leeds . 1902.
438
Freie Arbeiter, Der (Berlin) ( Paul Kamp ; Anton Schlejewski ). With a copy (draft?) of a protest by Nettlau 1928. 1927-1928.
439
Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York) ( Abraham Frumkin ). 1935.
440
Freie Arbeiter-Union Deutschlands (FAUD), Berlin, Geschäftskommission , Verlag und Redaktion Der Syndikalist ( Walter Preis , Carl Haffner ; Max Büttner ; Reinhold Busch ; G. Reimelt ). With separate notes by Nettlau. 1921, 1924-1932.
NB. Mostly financial correspondence; see also inv. nos. 686, 1064-1065 and 1253-1254 for other correspondence.
441
Freie Vereinigung Deutscher Gewerkschaften, Berlin, Geschäftskommission ( Kleinling ). 1908.
442
Frenzel, Johanna . N.d.
NB. Visiting card.
443
Fresco, Luis Martinez (Agrupacion C.A. ‘Despertar’, Salta, Argentina). 1922.
444
Frese, Gustav (Leipzig). 1885.
NB. Letter illegible because of damage.
445
Freundesbund für Internationalen Dienst, Vienna ( H. Horsnaill ). 1920s, 1924.
446
Frick, Ernst (Zurich). 1905.
447
Friedeberg, Raphael . With separate notes by Nettlau in shorthand, a letter (incomplete) by Ludwig Berndl 1937, a postcard by Friedy Strauss to Nettlau 1937 and a postcard by Annie Adama van Scheltema 1937. 1933-1939 and n.d. 1 folder.
NB. See also inv. no. 1161.
448-450
Friedmann, Aron Tobias and Mizzi (Mitzi). 1923-1939 and n.d. 3 folders.
448
1923-1929. With a contract between Rudolf and Sonja Grossmann and Friedmann 1922 and clippings from Argentine newspapers 1925-1926.
449
1930-1934. With a translation of a Yiddish article by M. Mračnyj 1931 and a manuscript on Rocker 1933.
450
1935-1939 and n.d.
451
Frigerio, Charles (Karl, Carlo) ( Société d’Éditions d’Oeuvres Internationales, London ). With copies in shorthand of letters by Nettlau 1897. 1897, 1901-1902, 1927, 1929, 1931. 1 folder.
NB. Postcards from 1901 partly illegible because of damage.
452
Fritsch, Eduard ( Goldene Mittelstrasse , Aussig). 1892.
453
Fröhlich, Conrad . 1897.
NB. Copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau relating to the Bibliographie de l’anarchie .
454
Fürth, Ernestine ( Bund österreichischer Frauen Vereine , Vienna). 1922.
455
Gălăteanu, A. and Panait Muşoiu ( Pagini Libere , Bucharest). With annex. 1926.
456
Galdston, Iago (Brooklyn, New York). 1925.
457
Galleani, Luigi . 1893, 1897.
NB. Letter from 1897 partly illegible because of damage.
458
Galleani Silva, Olga . 1923.
459
Gambuzzi, Carlo ( Gazzetta di Napoli ). With a copy of a letter by Nettlau 1898. 1898-1900, 1902.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage; letter from 1902 with remarks by M. and S. Bakunin.
460
García, Vicente . 1914.
461
García Giménez, J. ( Mas Allá.... Revista Libertaria , Buenos Aires). 1924.
462
Garnier, J. 1900s, 1905-1906 and n.d.
463
Garrido, Isidoro . 1936.
464
Gastellier (Paris). 1901-1902.
465
Gauche, Henri (pseudonym: René Chaughi) . 1897, 1906-1907, 1910.
NB. Letters from 1897 with corrections for the Bibliographie de l’anarchie .
466
Geiger, Ludwig (Berlin). 1903.
467
Gerber, R. (Librairie du Phare, Paris). 1935.
468
Gerhard, H.W. ( Der Syndikalist , Berlin). 1932-1933.
469
Gerin, Marius . With annexes. 1905, 1910-1911.
NB. Letters from 1905 partly illegible because of damage.
470
Getchev (Gétcheff), G. ( Misal i Volja , Sofia). With an article on Malatesta in French translation 1931 and notes by Nettlau on a visiting card of Stephan Dschakoff . 1923-1924, 1930-1934, 1937.
471
Giannelli, Andrea (Firenze). 1895.
472
Giesen, J. ( IAMB, Internationaal Anti-Militaristisch Bureau ). With a draft letter by Nettlau 1923 and leaflets 1926. 1923, 1925-1926.
473
Gilbert(?) 1922.
474
Gilde freiheitlicher Bücherfreunde, Berlin ( Werner Henneberger ). 1931-1933.
475
Gildemeister, Otto (Bremen). 1893.
476
Gille, Paul . With separate notes by Nettlau, a letter by H. Vanderrydt 1924 and a typescript 1931 about Fernand Brouez by Hubert Krains . 1924-1925, 1929-1931, 1934-1935.
477
Gilles, Ferdinand ( The Workers’ Co-operative Society Ltd., London ). With copies of letters by Nettlau 1891. 1890-1891.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
478
Gilles, Maurice ( Les Hommes du Jour , Paris; Journal du Peuple , Paris). 1921-1922.
NB. Postcard from 1921 also by Fernand Després .
479
Girard, André ( Les Temps Nouveaux , Paris). 1896, 1903.
480
Gleeser, Carl Henry ( The Llano Colonist , Newllano, Lousiana). 1925.
481
Gleize, Joseph (Marseille). With leaflet ‘Elections législatives’ 1936 by Les Anarchistes. 1938.
482
Globig, Charlotte . 1928.
483
Godet, Philippe . 1910.
484
Goghelia (Goguelia), George . 1904-1905 and n.d.
485
Goghelia (Goguelia), Lydia . 1912.
486-491
Goldman, Emma (E.G. Colton) . With separate notes by Nettlau partly in shorthand and copies of letters by Goldman to various persons and organizations. 1899-1939 and n.d. 6 folders.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
486
1899-1901, 1907-1908, 1922. With typescripts ‘A Sketch of Alexander Berkman’ by Goldman and ‘In a Pogromed City’ by Berkman 1922.
NB. For a letter from 1904 see also inv. no. 3581a.
487
487*
1923-1925. With typescripts ‘America by Comparison’ [1924] and ‘Russia & Her Investigators’ by Goldman 1925.
488
1926-1927. With typescripts ‘Rabindranath Tagore: Interview with Mrs. Salvadori. July 1926' (annex to letter from 16 feb. 1927) and ‘Patience and Postage Stamps’ 1927. Also with clippings 1926 and 1927.
489
1928-1930. With typescript ‘Suggestion for discussion’ and a reply (draft) by Nettlau 1928.
490
1931-1935. With copies of reviews of Living my Life 1932 and a postcard by Nettlau 1934 (crossed out).
491
1936-1939 and n.d. With a postcard by Julius E. Reisner to Luigi Bertoni 1938.
492-493
Goldsmith, Marie (pseudonym: M. Isidine) . 1901-1932 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
492
1901-1902, 1904-1905, 1908-1913, 1919-1920, 1922-1923. With notes by Nettlau, partly in shorthand.
493
1924-1925, 1927-1928, 1930-1932 and n.d. With a letter by Nettlau 1925, letters to Lucien Guérineau by Librarie Gustave Franssen, Paris, Paul Reclus and Goldsmith 1931 and a letter by Louise Guérineau to Nettlau 1931.
494
Goldstern, Lucie . 1921.
NB. Visiting card.
495
Gordin, Abba ( The Clarion , New York). 1932-1933.
496
Gordon, H. ( Yiddish Anarchist Communist Federation, New York ). 1925.
497
Gorelik, Grigorii (Anatolii) and Gaston Leval ( La Antorcha , Buenos Aires). 1924.
498
Gorton, Léon ( L’Employé , Bruxelles). 1912.
499
Goss, Charles (Chas) W. J. 1906.
500
Goulding, Frederick . 1892.
NB. On the back of a leaflet ‘Torchlight Meeting’ 1884.
501
Govan, Charles (Chas) L. 1903.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
502
Graham, (Fred S.) Marcus (New York). 1922, 1928, 1930, 1932.
503
Grande Librairie Universelle, Paris . 1932.
504-505
Grave, Jean ( La Révolte , Paris; Les Temps nouveaux , Paris). 1888-1934 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
504
1888-1890, 1893, 1895-1900, 1904, 1909-1912. With a letter by El Productor (Santiago de Chile) to Nettlau 1912.
505
1921-1924, 1926-1931, 1933-1934 and n.d. With a letter by A. Rosell (Montevideo) to Nettlau 1934.
506
Gray & Co., Inc., P.N., New York, Vienna ( John L. Simpson ). 1920.
507
Grell, Philippe (Philosophical Library, Sacramento, California). With separate notes in shorthand and a letter (draft) by Nettlau. 1929.
508
Grenent, E. With table of contents of Gewalt und Gewaltlosigkeit. Handbuch der Internationale der Kriegsdienstgegner . 1928.
509
Griffin, A. ( International Arbitration & Peace Association, London ). 1902.
510
Gros, ‘Papa’ (André Gross?). 1893.
511
Gross, Georges (George-Max) . 1925-1926, 1928, 1930.
512-534
Gross, Jacques . 1893-1928 and n.d. 23 folders.
NB. Many letters partly illegible or words missing because of damage; see also inv. no. 29 for some copies made by Nettlau of letters by and to him.
512
1893-1896. With a letter by Luigi Bertoni 1896.
513
1897-1898. With letters (drafts) by Nettlau 1897.
514
1899-1900. With a letter to Nettlau by Alexander Atabekian 1899, a letter of recommendation to Alcide Dubois 1899 and a letter by H.V. Aubert ( Bibliothèque Publique, Geneva ) 1900 relating to the Bakunin biography.
515
1901.
516
1902. With a letter of recommendation to Giuseppe Bianchi c. 1902 and a letter (draft) by Nettlau.
517
1903. With a letter by Ch. Kachelhofer to Nettlau(?), a postcard by Librairie F. Baumgartner & Cie, Geneva and a letter by Otto Karmin .
518
1904. With a letter by George Goghelia .
519
1905. With a postcard by L. Dumesnil (?) and a letter by Giulia Mazzocchi .
520
1906.
521
1907. With a copy (made by Nettlau) of a letter by Bibliothèque Publique, Geneva to Otto Karmin , on the back notes in shorthand, and with a letter by E. Gross-Fulpius to Nettlau.
522
1908. With a postcard by Otto Karmin and a letter by Henri Japonet (Martin) and Armandine Mahé ( L’Anarchie , Paris) to Nettlau.
523
1909. With a postcard by Librairie P.M. Delesalle, Paris and a letter from Éditions des Temps Nouveaux (Paris).
524
1910. With a manuscript (draft) on Coeurderoy’s Jours d’exil by Nettlau, a recommendation on a visiting card to Peytrequin and postcards by Librairie P.M. Delesalle, Paris .
525
1911. With a letter by A.C. Zibelin to Nettlau and a postcard by André Lorulot .
526
1912. With clippings and with postcards by Luigi Bertoni and by Librairie P.M. Delesalle, Paris.
527
1913.
528
1914. With a letter by Nettlau (crossed out).
529
1915-1916.
530
1917-1918. With a postcard by E. Chaix 1917 and letters by Victor Dave 1917.
531
1919-1922. With separate notes by Nettlau 1920, a letter by H. Töndury (Université de Genève) 1922 and letters (one to Nettlau) from Bibliothèque Publique, Geneva 1922.
532
1923-1925. With letters by Michael A. Cohn 1923 and 1925, a note on Auguste Thomachot by Lapie and a letter by Bedel & Cie (Paris) to Nettlau 1925.
533
1926-1928. With letters by Michael A. Cohn 1926-1927, a letter by Jeanne Guillaume 1927 and a letter by Charles Frigerio 1927.
534
N.d. With letters by Jean (?) and copies (made by Gross) of ‘Idée anarchiste au point de vue de sa réalisation pratique’ by A. Levachoff (pseudonym of Kropotkin) and other articles from Révolté 1879.
535
Gross-Fulpius, Elisabeth . 1908-1909, 1914, 1921, 1928-1936, 1938 and n.d.
536
Grossmann, Henryk ( Institut für Sozialforschung, Frankfurt am Main ). 1930.
537
Grossmann, Stefan ( Wiener Rundschau ). With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1898. 1897-1899.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
538-539
Grünberg, Carl (Vienna; Archiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung , Leipzig; [from 1927:] Institut für Sozialforschung, Frankfurt am Main ). 1910-1930 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
538
1910-1914. With a postcard by Verlagsbuchhandlung C.L. Hirschfeld, Leipzig to Nettlau 1914.
539
1915-1916, 1918-1919, 1921, 1923-1925, 1927-1930 and n.d. With a letter to Nettlau by E. Laub’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin 1923 and a copy in shorthand of his reply; letters to Nettlau by Gesellschaft / Institut für Sozialforschung, Frankfurt am Main 1924-1925 signed by Felix Weil or F. Pollock , also with a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1925.
540
Grünberg, Hilde . 1929, 1932-1936.
541
Grünwald, Oskar . 1929-1930.
542
Gruh, Karl (Charles) . 1926.
543
Grunwald, Hugo . With a copy of a letter by Nettlau 1896 and notes in shorthand. 1896-1897.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
544
Grupo 4 de Mayo ( Tierra y Libertad , Barcelona). 1908.
545
Guerdjicoff, N. and St.W. 1907, 1910-1911.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
546
Guérineau, Anna . 1928, 1931, 1938.
547-549
Guérineau, Louise (Manufacture des Produits chimiques du Landy, La Pleine St. Denis). 1919-1938. 3 folders.
547
1919-1926, 1928. With a letter by Friedl Scheu to Nettlau 1920.
548
1919-1920. Concerns address labels of food packages and printed documents sent by Louise Guérineau with on the back notes by Nettlau.
549
1929-1938. With a postcard by Jeanne Dingelmann 1930 and copies of letters by Eugénie Weber from 1881-1882 made in 1937.
550-551
Guérineau, Lucien . 1897-1936 and n.d. 2 folders.
550
1897, 1919-1926. With leaflet ‘Paix à la Russie! Amnistie pour tous’ (1919) and a copy of an article(?) from 1880 by Jean Grave 1925.
551
1927-1928, 1930-1936 and n.d. With annexes concerning ‘1877-1883' and ‘1879-1884' (probably for the Geschichte der Anarchie ) 1927 and a letter from Bedel & Cie., Paris to Louise Guérineau 1932.
552
Guérineau, Zinnia and Albert . 1935, 1937-1938.
553
Guerrero, L.J. ( Editorial Argonauta, Buenos Aires ). With copies of letters by Nettlau. 1923-1924.
554
Gütebach, Bruno . N.d.
555-560
Guillaume, James . 1891-1915 and n.d. 6 folders.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
555
1891, 1894, 1896, 1901, 1903-1905. With a letter by Nettlau 1894, separate notes in shorthand 1904-1905 and James Guillaume’s pamphlet Le collectivisme de l’Internationale (1904) with corrections by Guillaume.
NB. See also inv. no. 2562.
556
1906. With a proof of Nettlau’s ‘Appendix’ to Bakunin’s God and the State (published in Commonweal , May 1894) with corrections by Nettlau.
557
1907.
558
1908-1909. With a draft by Nettlau of ‘29 questions’ on Bakunin and Guillaume’s reply 1908.
559
1910-1911. With a letter by Nettlau 1911 (not send).
560
1912-1915 and n.d. With several letters by Nettlau 1912-1913, a postcard by him 1915 and empty envelopes.
561-571
Guillaume-Schack, Gertrud . 1887-1903 and n.d. 11 folders.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
561
1887-1890.
562
1892. With a letter by Gustav Steffen .
563
1893.
564
1894.
565
1895-1897. With notes and a copy of a letter in shorthand by Nettlau to unknown 1897.
566
1898. With a copy of a letter in shorthand by Nettlau 1898.
567
1899. With a letter by Joseph Presburg .
568
1900. With notes (a letter?) in shorthand on the letter from Dec. 9.
569
1901. With some letters by Nettlau and a postcard from Neuwaldegg with notes relating to his addresses from 1865 until 1901.
570
1902. With a letter by Nellie MacQueen to Nettlau, letters by Paul Pawlowitsch ( Neues Leben , Berlin) and letters by William Whiteley, Ltd. (London) to Nettlau, also with letters by Mrs.(?) Hobson, Ina Hobson and some letters by Nettlau.
571
1903 and n.d.
572
Gul, Roman . 1932.
573
Gumplowicz, Ludwig . With a postscript by Elisée Reclus relating to the Bibliographie de l’anarchie . 1897.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
574
Gustavo, Soledad (pseudonym of Teresa Mañé y Miravet) ( La Revista Blanca , Madrid; Tierra y Libertad , Madrid; La Novela Ideal , Barcelona). With letters by José Garcia Viñas 1926-1928, a letter by Salvador Cano 1927, an annex 1933 and a letter by Eloy Muñiz 1937. 1902-1903, 1924-1928, 1930, 1932-1933, 1936-1937 and n.d. 1 folder.
575
Gyldendal Norsk Forlag (Oslo) . 1934.
576
Haimuchet(?), Jean (Selessin) . 1902.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
577
Hainard, Ph. 1906.
578
Halter, Mimi . 1927, 1929.
579
Hamilton, Fred A. ( The Protoplasm , Edinburgh). 1892.
580
Hammer, Rolf (Copenhagen). With supplements and erratas on Scandinavia for the Bibliographie de l’anarchie . 1907, 1909-1910 and n.d.
581
Hammersmark, Samuel T. ( Moody Publishing Co., Chicago ). 1905.
582
Hamon, Augustin . With a letter by Carlo Gambuzzi 1900. 1896, 1898, 1900, 1939.
583
Hamp, Pierre . 1919-1920 and n.d.
584
Hanausek, Carl (Charles) . With a postcard to Nettlau’s ‘Proprietor’ 1899. 1896, 1899, 1901.
NB. Letters in shorthand.
585
Handl, Fritz . With shorthand notes and a draft by Nettlau 1898 (crossed out). 1896, 1898.
586
Hanke, Walter . 1933-1939. 1 folder.
587
Hanrado, Juan . 1929.
588
Hansteen, Kristofer ( Anarkisten , Kristiania). 1898, 1901, 1903-1904.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
589
Hardie, James Keir . 1896.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
590
Harman, Moses and Lillian ( Lucifer. The Light-Bearer , Topeka, Kansas). With leaflet ‘Summary of Prosecutions Against Lucifer ...’ (1893). 1895.
591
Harsman, Theo ( De Arbeider , Amsterdam). 1939.
592
Hartmann, Charles-Louis (real name: Eduard Nathan[-Ganz]) . With Journalist und Schriftsteller. Eine Einführung ... (1931), Journalist und Schriftsteller. Fachorgan ... (1933, Jan.), and separate notes by Nettlau, partly in shorthand. 1928-1933 and n.d. 1 folder.
593
Hartmann, Marguérita . 1934, 1936, 1938 and n.d.
594
Hasfeld, Zdrislaw . 1906.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
595
Hasse ( Jahrbuch für sozialen Fortschritt u. freiheitliche Weltanschauung , Friedenau). 1911.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
596
Hausmann, Walther . 1917, 1921.
NB. Visiting cards with recommendations.
597
Haussard, Lucien ( Union anarchiste universelle, Paris ; L’Idée Anarchiste , Paris). 1922-1925, 1937.
598
Hautstont, Charles (Manufacture d’instruments de musique, Brussels). 1898-1899 and n.d.
599
Hautstont, J. 1894.
600
Havel, Hippolyte ( Mother Earth Publishing Association, New York ). 1912.
601-602
Hazeland, A. 1916-1938. 2 folders.
601
1916, 1921-1922, 1924-1930. With copies in shorthand of letters by Nettlau 1916, a letter by Hahrdan(?) Koht 1926 and Nettlau’s questions (draft) 1926 on ‘Bakunin in Oslo, October 1864’.
602
1931-1938. Enclosed a copy of a letter by Petr Kropotkin to Ivar Mortensson (1898) with a postscript by Mortensson 1931 and notes by Nettlau; with correspondence between Hazeland and G. Maksimov ( Delo Truda , Chicago) 1932, a letter by Olav Kringen 1935 and a copy of a letter to Fritz Brupbacher 1938.
603
Hazzard, E.B. (Lawrence, Kansas). 1897.
604
Heimann, Adolf ( Volkspresse , Vienna). With a letter to Petr Kropotkin . 1892.
605
Heller, K. 1890.
606
Hellersberg, Antiquariat u. Verlag (Charlottenburg) . 1927-1928.
607
Henderson, Fred and Lucy . With an address note by Nettlau 1899. 1890, 1892.
NB. Postcards partly illegible because of damage.
608
Henderson, J.R. 1897.
609
Henneghien, F. 1898 and n.d.
NB. Postcards partly illegible because of damage.
610
Henneguy, Catherine (Proudhon) . 1904.
NB. Letter addressed to James Guillaume.
611
Henry, Agnes . 1894.
612-618
Herein, Anny . 1927-1943. 7 folders.
NB. Nettlau’s landlady in Vienna, Lazarettgasse.
612
1927-1933. With a letter by Nettlau 1933.
613
1934-1936.
614
1937-1938, June.
615
1938, July-Dec.
616
1939. With a letter by Nettlau (unfinished).
NB. Some letters incomplete.
617
1940-1941.
618
1942-1943 and n.d. With drafts from 1943 of letters by Nettlau to Freiherr von Reitzenstein (Frauenzuchthaus, Aichach/Bayern) and to A. Herein.
619
Herrera, Pablo ( Guilda de Amigos del Libro, Barcelona ; Solidaridad Internacional Antifascista SIA, Barcelona ). 1935-1936, 1938.
620
Hervé, C. (Brest). 1914.
621
Hervé, Gustave ( La Guerre Sociale , Paris). 1913.
622
Herwegh, Marcel . With notes in shorthand by Nettlau. 1896.
NB. Letter includes copies of letters on Bakunin written 1842-1843 to Georg Herwegh .
623
Herzman, Martha ( Probuždenie / Probuzhdenie , Detroit). With a postcard by Nettlau 1932 (not send), letters by K. Ševčuk 1932-1933 and a clipping of an article 1933 by Herzman. 1932-1933, 1935, 1937. 1 folder.
624
Hilkov (Hilkoff), A. 1930.
NB. Letters in Russian.
625
C.L. Hirschfeld, Verlagsbuchhandlung, Leipzig . With separate notes by Nettlau. 1911-1916, 1919-1923, 1930.
626
Hobson, Ina (W. & J. Hobson, Birmingham). 1901-1902 and n.d.
NB. One letter from 1902 partly illegible because of damage; from September 1902 signed Wilhelmina (Ina) Clark.
627
Hobson, J.N. and E.C. Hobson . 1900 and n.d.
628
Hobson, W.T. 1898.
629
Hodgkiss, F.T. ( The Beacon , Melbourne). 1897.
630
Höbinger, G. (family). 1918.
631
Höme, Werner ( Der Arbeitslose , Dresden). 1932.
632
Hoffmann, Edward . 1906.
NB. Visiting card; on the back note by Nettlau.
633
Holyoake, G.G. 1892.
634
Hosang, Pierre . 1904.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
635-638
Hotz, Charles . 1921-1937. 4 folders.
NB. Letters partly illegible.
635
1921-1923. With letters by Fernand Després 1921-1923.
636
1924-1927. With a separate note by Nettlau 1925 on Victor Tissot .
637
1928-1934. With letters by M. Pierrot and by Jacques Reclus 1933 and a leaflet ‘Les Démagogues du Cirque’ by Edouard Rothen 1934.
638
1935-1937. With leaflets 1935-1936, clippings of ‘Max Nettlau. Une belle figure de l’anarchie’ by Edouard Rothen (published in La Conquête du pain , Paris) 1935, ‘L’Avenir de l’Espagne’ by Nettlau (published in L’Espagne antifasciste ) 1936 and a letter by Jacques Reclus 1935.
639
Hotz-Diener, Esther . With a letter (draft?) by Nettlau, a copy of a letter by the IISH ( Annie Adama van Scheltema ) and a bibliographical sketch on Edouard Rothen by Hotz-Diener 1937. 1937-1940. 1 folder.
640
Houdecek, Eugen . 1938.
641
Houghton, Arthur J. 1898.
642
Howell, George . 1906.
643
Huch, Ricarda . With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1923 and separate notes by him. 1922-1923.
644
L’Humanité (Paris). 1922.
645
Hyde, Lena . 1903, 1908.
NB. One letter partly illegible because of damage.
646
Imprimerie Ouvrière, Sens. 1912.
NB. Letter mostly illegible because of damage.
647
Inglis, Agnes ( Labadie Collection, University of Michigan Library, Ann Arbor ). 1929, 1931.
648
Insabato, Enrico (Bologna). 1898-1902.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
649
Institut für Statistik der Minderheitsvölker, Vienna. 1927.
650
Internationale Vereinigung für Rechts- u. Wirtschaftsphilosophie, Königsberg i.Pr. ( Peter Klein ). With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau. 1925.
651
Intuición (New York). 1929.
652
Isaak Jr., Abe ( Free Society , Chicago). 1900-1902.
653
Isakovitz, David . 1933.
654
Ishikawa, Sanshiro . 1929.
655
Ishill, Joseph ( The Oriole Press, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey ). With separate notes by Nettlau concerning small reprints 1934. 1929, 1931-1932, 1934-1935, 1937-1938 and n.d. 1 folder.
NB. See also inv. nos. 2029-2030.
656
Jadau, Willi (Verlag Der Syndikalist , Berlin; Gilde freiheitlicher Bücherfreunde, Berlin ; Asy-Verlag, Berlin ). With annexes and letters (drafts?) by Nettlau and separate notes, partly in shorthand. 1929-1930.
657
Jaffe, Nadjeschda . 1925.
658
Jamin, P. 1901-1902.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
659
Janhekt, A.H. ( Proletaren , Stockholm). 1890.
660
Jensen, Albert ( Röda Fanor , Stockholm; Sveriges Arbetares Centralorganisation, SAC ; Arbetaren , Stockholm). 1911, 1921, 1925-1927, 1930-1932.
661
Jerié, Marianne . With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau. 1912-1914.
662
John, Martha . 1938.
663
Johnson (?). 1901.
664
Johnson, Alvin and Edwin R.A. Seligman ( Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences , New York). With separate notes by Nettlau concerning the articles ‘Bakunin, Michael’ (1930) and ‘Reclus, Jacques Elisée’ (1933). 1929-1930, 1933.
665
Johnson, H.H. 1891.
666
Jones (Miss) . N.d.
NB. Visiting card; letter partly illegible because of damage.
667
Jong, Wim ( De Wapens Neder , Den Haag). 1932, 1935.
668
Jong, Albert de ( De Vrije Samenleving , Amsterdam; De Wapens Neder , Den Haag; Internationaal Anti-Militaristisch Bureau, IAMB, Den Haag ). 1923, 1929-1931, 1933.
669
Joseph, P. (Wellington, N.Z.). 1911.
670
Journal du Peuple, Le (Paris). 1922.
671
Jugoslavenski Radnički Potporni i Prosvjetni Savez, New York . 1909.
672
Jung, Hermann . 1900.
673
Juretschke, Bernhard . 1931.
674
Kachelhofer, Karl (Charles) . With a letter by Fr. Rösch . 1893.
675
Kaganovič (Kaganowitsch), S. With notes (copy of a letter?) in shorthand by Nettlau. 1906.
676
Kaminski (Paris). 1938.
677
Kamm, Johann . 1903.
NB. Printed circular by ‘Düsseldorfer Genossen’.
678
Kampffmeyer, Bernhard (Deutsche Gartenstadt-Gesellschaft, Bergisch-Gladbach). With a letter by Varlaam Čerkezov to Nettlau 1895, a letter by Wilhelm Pfannkuch 1900, a copy of a letter by Walter Benjamin to Nettlau 1920, separate notes in shorthand by Nettlau concerning Gustav Landauer 1932, a copy of a letter by Albert Weidner 1932 and notes by him on ‘Geschichte des Berliner Sozialist ’. 1894-1901, 1903-1904, 1906-1907, 1909, 1911, 1914-1917, 1920, 1922, 1931-1932.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage; a postcard from 1922 also by Lilly Cornelissen, Adele Kampffmeyer and Jacques Reclus.
679
Kampffmeyer, Hans ( Deutsche Gartenstadt-Gesellschaft , Karlsruhe). 1902, 1906-1908, 1913, 1916, 1920-1921, 1923.
680
Kaniowski, Józef ( Drukarnia i Księgarnia, London ). 1902-1904.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage; two letters written by S. Karski 1903-1904.
681
Kapper, Fr. ( Free Communist and Co-operative Colony, Newcastle-on-Tyne ). With annex. 1895-1896.
682
Karlen, A. 1896-1897.
683
Karmin, Fritz and Elise . 1907, 1920-1922.
684
Karmin, Otto . With a letter to Mr. Rebelliau (Paris), n.d. 1902-1904, 1907, 1909-1911, 1913 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
685
Karmin-Friedlaender, Jeanne . 1920.
NB. Death announcement of Otto Karmin.
686
Kater, Fritz (FAUD, Geschäftskommission; Verlag Der Syndikalist , Berlin; Volksbuchhandlung Fritz Kater). With a letter by E. Anspach 1927 and financial notes 1929. 1922, 1926-1937.
687
Kater, Hans and Frieda Kater-Lehmann . 1929.
688
Katz, J. ( Freie Arbeiter Stimme , New York). 1935.
NB. With a clipping in Yiddish.
689
Kautsky, Karl ( Die Neue Zeit , Stuttgart). With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1899. 1898-1899, 1933.
690-697
Keell, Thomas H. ( The Voice of Labour , London; Freedom Press, London). 1904-1938. 8 folders.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
690
1904, 1906-1911.
691
1912-1914. With a letter by G. Davison 1913.
692
1919-1922. With p. 8 of an obituary on Kropotkin by Nettlau 1921.
693
1923-1926.
694
1927-1929.
695
1930-1931. With a letter by Nettlau not send 1930 and separate notes made during and after conversation with Keell spring 1930 in Paris.
696
1932-1934. With a clipping of an obituary on Emidio Recchioni by Sylvia Pankhurst 1934.
697
1935-1938. With ‘Answers to Questions’ 1935 (8 p.) and a postcard by Nettlau 1935 (crossed out).
698
Keller, J.B. (pseudonym of Joachim Gehlsen) ( Die Post , Berlin). n.d.
NB. Visiting card; on the back a biographical note by Nettlau.
699-704
Kelly, Harry M. ( Francisco Ferrer Association, New York ; The Modern School Association of North America, Stelton, New Jersey ; The League for Mutual Aid, New York ; Kropotkin Publishing Society, Stelton, New Jersey ; Ferrer Modern School, Stelton, New Jersey ; Mohegan Colony, Peekskill, New York; Mt. Airy, Harmon-on-Hudson, New York). 1899-1940. 6 folders.
699
1899, 1902-1903, 1911.
700
1919-1921. With a copy (made by Nettlau) of a letter by Prince Hopkins to Kelly on setting up New Republic 1921 and drafts of a reply by Nettlau.
701
1922-1923. With letters to Nettlau by Alexis C. Ferm (Modern School at Ferrer Colony, Stelton, New Jersey) 1922 and circulars from Mohegan Colony (Peekskill, New York) 1923.
702
1924-1927. With leaflets and circular letters from Mohegan Colony 1924.
703
1928-1934. With a postcard by Nettlau 1934 (crossed out).
704
1935-1937, 1939-1940.
705
Kettenbach, August (Freie Arbeiter Union Deutschlands, Ortsgruppe Wiesbaden). 1928-1929.
706
Kimmelman, Bessie (Libertarian Group, Los Angeles). 1932.
707
Kirby, H. ( The New World , Leytonstone). N.d.
708
Kitz, Frank . 1898, 1911-1913 and n.d. 1 folder.
NB. Letter from 1898 to unknown with a message for Nettlau. One letter from 1912 on the back of the leaflet ‘The ‘Father and Founder’ of Modern English Socialist Movement!’ celebrating H.M. Hyndman’s 70th birthday.
709
Klaus, Samuel . 1930.
710
‘Kniga’ Buch- und Lehrmittelgesellschaft m.b.H., Berlin. With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau. 1924.
711
Koch-Riedel, Hans ( Der Strom , New York). 1910.
712
Koenig (Kampmann & Schnabel Verlag, Prien). 1924.
713
Kofler, W. ( Arbeiter-Zeitung , Vienna). 1911.
714
Kohlhammer, W. (Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart). With a letter by C.L. Hirschfeld (Verlagsbuchhandlung, Leipzig). 1913-1914, 1919, 1921.
715
Koike, Eizo . 1929.
NB. Concerning Kropotin’s work in Japanese translation. One letter in Esperanto.
716
Komuna (Praha-Žižkov) (Sidorov?). 1920s.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
717
Komuna / Commune (Belgrado) ( Milan Rizanovitch ). 1911.
718
Kontchevka, N. 1894.
719
Kosmos. Gesellschaft der Naturfreunde, Stuttgart . 1909.
720
Kossowska-Gambuzzi, Tatiana . 1906, 1927, 1930, 1932 and n.d.
721
Kraus-Fessel, Meta . 1930, 1934.
722
Krausz (Krauss), Károly ( Társadalmi Forradalom , Budapest). 1907.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
723
Kress, Melville . 1933-1934.
724
Kronstein, Max . With annex concerning Gustav Landauer. 1926.
725-728
Kropotkin, Petr A. 1892-1913. 4 folders.
NB. See also inv. no. 2713 for notes by Nettlau relating to the subjects of the letters.
725
1892, 1894-1898. With a postcard by Jean Grave to Nettlau 1892, a letter of recommendation ‘Aux compagnons et amis de la Jurassienne’ 1892, notes by Nettlau after a conversation with Kropotkin 1895, notes by Kropotkin on the back of p. 17 and 22 of a manuscript in English c. 1895 and separate notes by Nettlau 1897.
726
1899-1905. With a copy (made by Nettlau) of a letter by Emile Vandervelde to Kropotkin 1904, notes in shorthand and a letter by Nettlau 1905.
727
1906-1910. With a letter by James Guillaume to Nettlau 1906, a print of Nettlau’s article ‘Are there new fields for anarchist activity?’ ( Mother Earth , New York, p. 433-444) with notes by Kropotkin 1907 and separate notes by Nettlau 1908.
728
1911-1913. With separate notes by Nettlau 1910 and a draft of a letter signed by F. Domela Nieuwenhuis, A. Marsh and Nettlau 1912.
729
Kropotkin, Sofija G. (Sophie). With a letter to the editor of Nineteenth Century , James Knowles (?) [1880s]. 1898, 1928.
730
Kropotkin (Lebedev), Alexandra (Sasha) . With a letter by Frida Čerkezov to Nettlau. 1910.
731
Kuryer Lwowski (Lemberg). 1891.
732
Labadie, Joseph (Joe) . 1928.
NB. Letter in threefold with annexes on the Labadie Collection, also send in 1929 and 1931.
733
Laissle, Ferdinand . 1930.
734-736
Landauer, Gustav . 1893-1919. 3 folders.
734
1893, 1896-1897, 1900-1901, 1903-1904, 1906, 1908-1909.
735
1910-1912. With a letter by Recha Rothschild to Nettlau 1911, a copy (made by Nettlau in shorthand) of a letter by S. Saenger ( Die Neue Rundschau , Berlin) 1912, a letter to Victor Dave and a copy of a letter(?) by Dave concerning Josef Peukert 1912.
736
1913-1915, 1917-1919. With letters by Nettlau 1917 (not sent), death announcement of Landauer’s wife Hedwig Lachmann 1918 and his pamphlet Wie Hedwig Lachmann starb .
737
Landauer, Walter (nephew of Gustav Landauer). 1921.
NB. See also inv. no. 269.
738
Lane, Joseph . With an address note by unknown to Nettlau 1911. 1911-1913.
NB. Letter from 1913 partly illegible because of damage.
739
Langhard, J. 1902.
740
Lansade, A. 1932.
741
Larcher, Simonne . 1927.
742
Lassasie, J.F. (de) . 1897, 1901.
NB. Letter from 1901 partly illegible because of damage.
743
E. Laub’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Berlin . With notes (draft of a letter?) in shorthand by Nettlau 1923. 1923-1924.
744
Law & Liberty League, London ( Joseph Seddon ). 1885, 1888.
745
Lecoin, L. ( Libertaire , Paris). 1922.
746
Lefrançais, Gustave . 1896.
747
Legallou, G. 1923.
748
Lehmann’s Allgemeiner Wohnungsanzeiger (Vienna). 1898.
749
Lehning, Arthur (Müller-Lehning) . With notes by Nettlau, partly in shorthand and separate, a postcard by G. Maksimov to Nettlau 1925 and a letter by E.K. Nobushima to Nettlau 1933. 1924-1936. 1 folder.
750
Leleu, V. 1893.
751
Lentente, Pierre ( Le Libertaire , Paris). With notes in shorthand by Nettlau. 1924.
752
Léon ( L’Humanité , Paris). 1924.
753
Leonard, Heinrich . With a copy in shorthand of a part of a letter by Nettlau. 1932.
754
Lessing, Theodor . 1931.
755
Lessner, Friedrich . 1887, 1890, 1905.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
756
Levandovskij, Aleksandro . 1929, 1933.
NB. Some letters in Esperanto.
757
Levezan, Georghe (Bacau). 1897.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage, concerning the Bibliographie de l’anarchie .
758
Levittoux, L. 1924.
NB. Niece of Marussia Bakunin Oglioloro.
759
Li Peigan (Li Pei Kan, Li Yao Tang, Ba Jin) . 1928.
760
Liber, Benzion ( Rational Living , New York). With manuscript ‘The attempted murder of Hugo Bettauer ’ (1925) by Nettlau, notes and a draft letter by him 1927. 1923-1928, 1931. 1 folder.
761
Lichansky, Batia (Jerusalem). 1929.
762
Ligt, Bart de . 1928, 1937.
Ligue Internationale de la Paix et de la Liberté, Geneva see inv. no. 395.
763
Lindegger, Antoine . 1893.
764
London School of Economics and Political Science, The . 1908.
765-766
Lone, Rodolfo (pseudonym of Jesus Louzara de Andres) (Steubenville, Ohio). 1926-1939. 2 folders.
765
1926-1930. With notes by Nettlau 1926 and a clipping of Lone’s review of Elisée Reclus. La vida de un sabio justo y rebelde 1929.
766
1931-1935, 1939.
767
Longley, Alcander ( The Altruist , St. Louis, Missouri). 1908.
768
Loos von Losimfeldt, Anton . 1901.
769
Loquier, Victor (Groupe Libertaire d’Épinal; La Vrille , Épinal). 1905-1906, 1911, 1910s.
770
Lorenzo, Anselmo ( Solidaridad Obrera , Barcelona). 1910, 1914.
771
Louis, R. ( Internacia Asocio ‘Paco-Libereco’ per Esperanto, Paris ). With a letter (draft?) by Nettlau. 1906.
772
Louvet, Louis ( L’Anarchie , Paris). 1926, 1929.
773
Lowensohn, Minna . 1924, 1926, 1932-1933.
774
Lucas, Henri . With a postscript by Ramón Sempau 1897. 1892, 1896-1898.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage; letters from 1897 include mailing lists for the Bibliographie de l’anarchie .
775
M[a]c Cabe, P. N.d.
NB. Visiting card; on the back a biographical note by Nettlau.
776
Macdonald, Helen Meredith (Questall Press, London). 1912.
777
Machers, Gerd . With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1929. 1928-1929.
778-779
Mackay, John Henry . 1892-1924 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
778
1892-1893, 1896-1900, 1905, 1907. With copies in shorthand of letters by Nettlau 1897-1898, a letter to Bernhard Kampffmeyer 1899 and also visiting cards with recommendations.
779
1910, 1914, 1919-1921, 1923-1924 and n.d. With Zwischen den Zielen (p. 161-192, 243-246) and a note by Nettlau 1920.
780
MacKay-Gesellschaft, Berlin ( Harry Preetz ). 1931-1933.
781
MacSay, Stephen (Éditions de ‘La Sauvagette’, Gourdez-Luisant). 1928.
Mahé, Armandine see inv. no. 809.
782
Mainwaring, Samuel . With leaflets of The Swansea Sunday Debating Society and Amalgamated Society of Engineers ( London Demand for an Eight-Hour Day ). 1888, 1893-1894, 1896-1900.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
783
Mainwaring, William . 1925.
784
Makhno Comité, Paris. 1929.
785
Maksimov (Maximoff), Grigorij P. With a letter by V. Chomič ( Golos Truzenika , Chicago) to Nettlau 1925, copies and separate notes by Nettlau, partly in shorthand and copies of the correspondence from 1932 with A. Hazeland 1933. 1922-1925, 1930, 1933, 1936, 1939. 1 folder.
786-787
Malatesta, Errico . 1889-1932 and n.d. 2 folders.
786
1889-1897, 1899-1900, 1903, 1905, 1910, 1912-1913. With letters to Nettlau by Romualdo Fantuzzi (Circolo Studi Sociali, Padova) and by J. Weres(?) 1893 and a letter by Carlo Gambuzzi 1895.
787
1919, 1927-1932. With manuscript ‘Pierre Kropotkine. Souvenirs et critiques d’un de ses vieux amis’ by Malatesta 1930 (22 p.), a part of a typescript 1931, a photocopy of a letter by Nettlau 1932 and envelopes (empty) with some notes by Nettlau 1920s.
788
Malatesta-Melli , Elena. With ‘Vita e Pensieri di E.M.’ 1935 and a postcard by Nettlau 1936 (not send). 1932-1937.
789
Malato, Charles . 1906, 1910, 1921, 1935.
790
Malavasi, Asdrubale . 1897-1899.
791
Mallon, Jas. J. ( National Anti-Sweating League, London ). 1911.
792
Mann, Tom ( International Federation of Ship, Dock & River Workers, London ). With copies in shorthand made by Nettlau of letters by Antonio García (Barcelona) to the Federation. 1897.
793
Manske, Hans ( Tutmonda Ligo de Esperantistaj Senstatanoj / Weltbund esperantistischer Staatsloser, Berlin ). 1925.
794
Maraviglia, Osvaldo ( L’Adunata dei Refrattari , Newark, New Jersey; L’Aurora , Boston). With a letter by R. Schiacrina (?) 1929. 1925, 1927-1932.
795
Marbá Cullell, Pedro . 1932.
NB. Visiting card; on the back a note by Nettlau.
796
Marcuse, Julian . 1931.
797
Marè . N.d.
798
Marestan, Jean (Éditions, Marseille). 1921-1924, 1926-1929, 1933.
799
Mari, Alfredo ( Il Risveglio , S. Paulo). 1898.
NB. Letter partly damaged.
800
Marks, Erich . With letters to Nettlau by Giuseppe Spotti and by Siegfried Rosenfeld 1932. 1899, 1932.
801
Marlborough & Co., E., London. 1898.
NB. An order for the Bakunin biography.
802
Marquez Sicilia, V. 1932.
803
Marrotti(?) (Faenza). 1899.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
804-806
Marsh, Alfred ( Voice of Labour , London). 1895-1911 and n.d. 3 folders.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
804
1895-1900.
805
1901-1906. With a letter by Thomas Cantwell 1903.
806
1907-1911 and n.d. With a letter by Emilie(?) 1907.
807
Marsh, Helen . 1903, 1909-1910.
808
Martí, Ismael . 1932, 1934-1935.
809
Martin, Henri (pseudonym: Henri Japonet) and Armandine Mahé . 1908-1909.
NB. See also inv. no. 522.
810
Martinez Ruiz, J. 1897.
NB. An order for the Bibliographie de l’anarchie .
811
Marx-Engels-Archiv Verlags-GmbH, Frankfurt am Main . With separate notes by Nettlau. 1925, 1927, 1929-1930.
812
Mascio, Guido (Detroit). 1926-1927, 1932.
813
Masson, E. 1913.
814
Mateu, Pedro . 1931 and n.d.
815
Mateu, Rafaela . 1928-1931, 1933, 1935-1937.
816
Matha, Louis ( Le Libertaire , Paris). 1906.
817
Mattart, Camille . 1931.
818
Mattei, M. 1937.
819
Maucci, Casa Editorial, Barcelona. 1935.
820
Mauthner, Fritz . 1919.
821-822
Mauthner, Theodor . 1897-1921. 2 folders.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
821
1897, 1899-1904. With notes in shorthand by Nettlau.
822
1905-1910, 1913, 1921. With a letter and postscripts by Wilhelm Pappenheim to Nettlau 1906 and 1910 and letters (drafts?) by Nettlau 1910 (relating to Rjazanov’s article ‘Marx als Verläumder’) and 1921.
823-824
Mauthner-Engel, Amélie . 1922-1929 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Letters from 1922 written by Alois Grünberger , her lawyer.
823
922-1925. With annexes 1924-1925 and separate notes by Nettlau.
824
1926-1929. With a letter by Johnny Hinrichsen (Archiv der SPD, Berlin) to Nettlau 1925.
825
Mayer, Augusta (Guste) (Ascona) . With letters by Nettlau 1937 and 1939. 1932-1934, 1936-1937, 1939.
826
Mayer, Bernhard (Zurich and Ascona) . With letters by Nettlau 1932-1933, a copy in shorthand of a letter by him 1934 and a letter by Augusta Mayer 1935. 1930, 1932-1936. 1 folder.
827
Mayer, Friedrich Arnold (Vienna) . 1883, 1909-1910.
NB. Letter from 1883 incomplete.
828
Mayer, Gustav . With separate notes, a postcard by Verlagsbuchhandlung Julius Springer, Berlin to Nettlau 1925 and a letter (draft?) by him 1925. 1911, 1925, 1927, 1930.
829
Mayer, Oskar (Vienna) . 1922.
NB. Successor of Theodor Mauthner.
830
Melgounoff, S. 1925-1926.
831
Melgunoff (Melgounoff), A.H. von . 1925.
832
Merlino, (Francesco) Saverio . With separate notes by Nettlau on Malatesta in shorthand 1921. 1892-1893, 1898, 1904, 1920-1921.
833
Merlino, Libero . 1902-1903.
834
Merlino, Vero . With a visiting card from Michele Rolla, a letter by Lina Montalto to Nettlau and clippings on Malatesta’s trial 1921, a death announcement of Berta Nemayer-Merlino 1928 and an obituary on Francesco Saverio Merlino by Nino Napolitano (published in L’Adunata dei Refrattari 1930). 1920-1928, 1930-1936, 1938. 1 folder.
835-840
Mesnil, Jacques (pseudonym of Jacques Dwelshauvers) . With notes by Nettlau, mostly in shorthand. 1897-1940 and n.d. 6 folders.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
835
1897-1902. With a letter by Georges Dwelshauvers to Nettlau 1900.
836
1903-1910. With a letter by Félix Guillaume 1908.
837
1911-1914.
838
1919-1924.
839
1925-1930.
840
1931-1940 and n.d.
841
Mesnil-Koetlitz, Clara . With typescript of article ‘Souvenirs sur Elisée Reclus’ 1930. 1919, 1930.
842
Meyer, Håkon ( Det 20de Aarhundrede , Oslo). 1933.
843
Meyer, Kuno . 1906.
844
Michel, Louise . With a letter by Jeanne Quesnel to Nettlau c. 1898 and a clipping of an article on Clotilde Adnet by Séverine. 1895, 1898.
845
Michelet, Jules . N.d.
NB. Letter from Nettlau’s ‘Autographen’collection.
846
Michels, Robert ( Handwörterbuch der Soziologie , Leipzig). With a postcard to Christiaan Cornelissen 1914. 1905-1906, 1908-1914. 1 folder.
847
Mierop-Mulder, T. van . 1939-1941.
848-849
Milano, Edoardo . 1893-1902 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. A lot of letters partly illegible because of damage.
848
1893-1897. With a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1896.
849
1898-1902 and n.d. With a postcard by Louis (?) (Palermo) to Nettlau 1898 and letters by G. Casale [c. 1898] and by Gino (?) 1898.
850
Miller, F. (New York). 1922.
851
Miró, Fidel (Internationale des Jeunesses Libertaire IJL, Paris). 1939.
852
Modern School Association of North America, The (Stelton, New Jersey) ( Alexis C. Ferm ). 1922-1923.
NB. See also inv. no. 701.
853
Molinari, Ettore . 1893, 1895 and n.d.
NB. Postcards partly illegible because of damage.
854
Molnar, P. ( Társadalmi Forradalom , Budapest). 1909.
855
Mombert, Paul . 1906.
856
Monanni, Giuseppe (Libreria Editrice Sociale, Milano; Vir , Firenze). 1914 and n.d.
857
Monatte, Pierre . 1932.
858
Monde (Paris) ( Henri Barbusse ; Sécretaire général: Desphelippo ). With a letter by Fritz Brupbacher to Nettlau, including a copy of his letter concerning an article by Berl on Bakunin and a copy of a letter by Nettlau. 1930.
859
Monseur, Eugène (Comité international du Monument Ferrer; Comité international Oeuvre Francisco Ferrer, Brussels ). 1909.
860
Monte, Emilio ( L’Adunata , Newark, New Jersey). 1924, 1928-1929.
861
Monticelli, Temistocle (Casa Editrice libraria ‘Il Pensiero’, Roma; Libraria Editrice Sociologica, Roma). 1908-1910, 1923, 1926.
NB. One postcard from 1909 partly illegible because of damage.
862
Montrobert, Jeanne . 1920.
863-865
Montseny Mañé, Federica ( La Revista Blanca , Barcelona; La Novela Ideal , Barcelona; El Luchador , Barcelona). With annexes. 1927-1940 and n.d. 3 folders.
863
1927-1930. With drafts and copies of letters by Nettlau 1928-1929 and a postscript by Soledad Gustavo 1929.
864
1931-1934. With a letter (unfinished) by Nettlau 1933 and a letter to him by Maria Anguera 1934.
865
1935-1940 and n.d. With a letter by Maria Anguera 1935, copies of letters by Nettlau 1938, 1940 and receipts by the Consulado de España (Amsterdam) for food packages send by Nettlau 1938-1939.
866
Mooney, Thomas (Tom) and Tom Mooney Molders’ Defense Committee, San Francisco . 1935-1937.
867
Morburger, Carl (pseudonym of Josef Schlossberger) . 1902.
868
Morito, Tatsuo (Ohara Institut für Sozialforschung, Osaka). N.d.
NB. Only address notes.
869
Morris, May . With a clipping on Spain. 1936.
870
Mortensson Egnund, Ivar I. 1935.
871
Most, Johann ( Freiheit , New York). 1890-1891, 1897.
872
Motteler, Julius . 1894.
873
Moutin, Henri . 1908.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
874
Mračnyj (Mratschny; Mratchny), Mark . 1925.
875
Mühsam, Erich ( Fanal , Charlottenburg). With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1926. 1910s, 1926, 1931.
876
Mülberger, Arthur . 1898-1899.
877-878
Müller, Adele (also Ada Naft, partner of Siegfried Nacht) . 1921-1936 and n.d. 2 folders.
877
1921, 1923-1929.
878
1930-1936 and n.d. With letters by Nettlau 1933.
879
Müller, Ernst A. (Leipzig). 1885.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
880
Müller, Reinhold ( Humanistische Gemeinde Berlin ). 1911.
881
Müller, Roberto A. (Cultura Proletaria, New York). 1928.
882
Müller-Mogl(?), Emma (widow of Edouard Müller, Bern). 1924.
883
Muñiz, Eloy . With a letter to ‘Estimados amigos’ and notes by Nettlau. 1936.
Muşoiu, Panait see inv. no. 2351.
884
Nabrink, Gé and Wim J. Jong . 1929.
885
Nacht, Fabius . 1922.
NB. See also inv. no. 2480 for Nettlau’s acquisition activities.
886-887
Nacht, Max (pseudonym: Max Nomad) . 1907-1933. 2 folders.
NB. See also inv. no. 2479 for Nettlau’s acquisition activities.
886
1907, 1921-1922, 1924-1925.
887
1926-1927, 1932-1933.
888-890
Nacht, Siegfried (pseudonym: Stephen Naft) . 1907-1937 and n.d. 3 folders.
NB. See also inv. no. 2479 for Nettlau’s acquisition activities.
888
1907, 1920-1922.
889
1923-1930.
890
1931-1937 and n.d. With autobiographical notes by Nacht 1931 and a letter also by Max Nacht 1932.
891
Nagle, J.C. 1933.
892
Napolitano, Nino . With a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1927, a letter by Antonietta and Giuseppe Bonaria 1929 and separate notes by Nettlau. 1927-1936, 1939 and n.d. 1 folder.
893
Naumoff (Naumov-Komarov), Alexandra . 1891.
NB. Visiting card.
894
Nekvasil, J. 1896.
NB. Letters by Nettlau returned undelivered.
895
Nervio (Buenos Aires). 1932.
896
Neue Bücherschau, Die (Berlin) ( Gerhart Pohl ). With a letter by Nettlau and copies in shorthand of some letters. 1926.
897
Neurath, Otto . With a letter to Julius Braunthal ( Arbeiter-Zeitung , Vienna) n.d. and a letter by Nettlau 1922 (not send). 1921-1922 and n.d.
898
New York Public Library ( Ernestine Rose ). 1925.
899
Nicotri, Gaspare ( La Stampa Libera , New York). 1934.
900
Nido, Enrique . With his pamphlet Informe general del movimiento anarquista en la Argentina (1923). 1923-1925.
901-902
Nikolaevskij (Nicolaevsky), Boris I. 1925-1940 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Until 1935 in Russian (typescripts).
901
1925, 1927-1932. With annexes concerning Bakunin 1925 and notes by Nettlau, partly separate.
902
1934-1935, 1938-1940 and n.d. With manuscript(?) ‘Pismo Matilde Reichel’ (n.d.).
903
Nirenstein-Engel, Clara (sister of Amélie Mauthner). 1929-1930.
904
Nobre, Carlos (Charles) ( Despertar , Oporto). 1904.
905
Nobushima, E.K. With a letter and notes by Nettlau 1933, a copy of a letter by Paul Reclus 1933 and manuscripts(?) of articles 1935. 1933, 1935.
906
Noël, L. 1929.
907
Nørgard, Peder . 1921.
908
Nold, Carl . 1926.
909
Noureddin-Völk, Marguerite (Grete) and Joussef . 1913, 1922, 1931, 1934-1935, 1937-1938 and n.d.
910
Nowak, Franz . 1932.
911
Nys, Ernest . 1908, 1910 and n.d.
912
O'Connor Hennessy, Charles (International Union for Land Value Taxation and Free Trade, London). 1926.
913
Oelsnitz (El’snic), Alexander . With separate notes by Nettlau on Bakunin. 1893-1894, 1900.
NB. Letter from 1894 partly illegible because of damage.
914
Oestreich, Paul ( Die neue Erziehung , Bund entschiedener Schulreformer, Berlin ). 1929.
915
Ohlenburg, S. 1885.
NB. Visiting card.
916
Oksanen, John . 1912.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
917
Ontwaking (Antwerpen) ( Victor Resseler ; A. Goethals ). 1901-1904.
NB. Letter from 1903 partly illegible because of damage.
918
L’Ordre (Limoges). 1905.
919
Ore, Laureano d' . 1912.
920
Orobón, Pedro . 1933, 1936.
NB. Enclosed an envelope with last lines by Valeriano Orobón, who died June 1936.
921
Orobón Fernández, Valeriano (Vale) . With notes by Nettlau partly in shorthand and postcards also signed by Rudolf and Milly Rocker, Heinrich Röhling, Gerhard Wartenberg and others. 1926-1933. 1 folder.
NB. Also with letters or postscripts by Orobón’s partner Hildegard (Hilde) Taege .
922
Orsetti, Marie . 1926.
NB. Letter with some notes concerning the Vorfrühling der Anarchie .
923
Osvobojdenié (Roustchouk/Ruse). 1914.
924
Owen, William C. 1926.
925
Pacheco, Antonio (Confederacion General de Trabajadores CGT, Mexico). 1926.
926
Pagirev, D.D. (Tiflis). 1913.
NB. Letter partly damaged.
927
Palmarini, Antonio ( Intransigente , Lecce). 1903.
928
Pappenheim, Wilhelm . With a separate note by Nettlau. 1900, 1905, 1908-1910, c. 1912, 1922.
NB. See also inv. no. 822.
929
Parisi, Joe . 1930.
930
Patrick, George Z. (University of California, Berkeley). 1933-1937.
NB. 1936-1937 envelopes only.
931
Pawlowitsch, Paul ( Neues Leben , Berlin). 1898, 1901-1902, 1910.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage; on the back of letter from 1910 ‘Letzwillige Verfügung’ by Nettlau concerning doublets of Most’s Freiheit .
932
Pederzolli, G. Ippolito . 1893, 1895.
NB. Letter from 1893 partly illegible because of damage.
933
Peer, Carl . 1901.
934
Pelletier, Lucile . 1930, 1932.
935
Penck, Albrecht . 1921.
936
Perasić, Wladimir . 1892.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
937
Pérez, C. (Federación Anarquista de Madrid). 1938.
938
Pernet, G. (Éditeur, Paris). 1927, 1930, 1936.
939
Perrare, A. With leaflet ‘Déclaration des proscrits de la Commune’ (Geneva 1879). 1911 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
940
Perrare, Marie . With a postscript by Anna Guérineau 1912. 1910, 1912.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
941
Perrier, Jules (Au Bon Marché Perrier & Cie., Geneva). 1898-1899, 1902.
NB. Visiting card from 1899 illegible.
942
Perron, Charles . N.d.
943
Perryman, A. 1902.
944
Peter, Karl . 1922.
NB. Note by Nettlau ‘Mir vollständig unbekannt’.
945
Petkov (Petkoff), Ivan . 1929.
946
Peukert, Josef . With copies of letters by Nettlau ‘To the Members of the Club ‘Autonomie’ 1890 and to Sebastian Trunk 1890. 1909 and 1890s.
947
Peytrequin, Ernest . 1931.
948
Pfemfert, Franz ( Die Aktion , Berlin). With a copy of a letter by Nettlau in shorthand. 1923.
949
Pichat, Aimé (Imprimerie Générale de Chatillon-sur-Seine). 1910.
950
Pick, Emma . 1924-1925.
951
Picón de las Reyes, Magda . 1932, 1934, 1938.
952
Pierce, Frederick . 1925.
953
Pierre, Mme (widow). 1922.
954
Pierre-Quint, Léon (Éditions du Sagittaire, Paris). 1938.
955
Pierrot, E. and Cécile . 1922-1924.
956
Pierrot, Henriette . 1922-1923, 1925, 1931, 1933.
957-958
Pierrot, Marc . 1910-1939 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Letters from 1912 partly illegible because of damage.
957
1910-1914, 1921-1927. With notes by Nettlau 1922 and letters by E. and Cécile Pierrot 1923.
958
1928-1929, 1931-1939 and n.d. With a letter by Louise Guérineau 1934.
959
Piesco, Nicola ( International Libertarian Committee of Assistance to the Political Prisoners, Westfield, New Jersey ). With annexes. 1926, 1930.
960
Pietraroja, Gennaro . 1898-1899.
961
Pilotelle, Georges . With a copy of two letters by Bakunin (1868-1869) and notes by Nettlau, partly in shorthand. 1895.
962
Pindy, Louis . 1893, 1897, 1900, 1902, 1911 and n.d.
963
Planche, Fernand ( Terre Libre , Billancourt; La Conquête du Pain , Billancourt). With a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1937 and separate notes in shorthand. 1937 and n.d.
964
Plivier, Theodor . 1924.
965
Pöckh, Julius . With copies in shorthand of letters by Nettlau 1899. 1890, 1897-1899.
NB. Some letters by Pöckh in shorthand.
966
Poekch(?), L. (Berlin). With separate notes in shorthand on Bakunin by Nettlau. 1894.
967
Pollak, Oscar ( Arbeiter-Zeitung , Vienna). 1933.
968
Pollock, Friedrich ( Gesellschaft für Sozialforschung, Frankfurt am Main ; Archiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung , Leipzig). With copies in shorthand of letters by Nettlau and draft notes 1929 concerning a Bakunin biography. 1928-1931 and n.d.
969
Polonskij (Polonsky), Vladimir . With notes in shorthand by Nettlau. 1925-1927.
970
Poreé, Ch. 1910.
971
Portet, L.(?) 1897.
972
Post Office, Money Order Department (London). 1907-1908.
973
Postes Suisses, Administration (Zermatt; Geneva). 1896.
NB. Letter from Zermatt partly illegible.
974
Posthumus, Nicolaas W. (Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, Amsterdam). 1928-1929, 1938.
975
Pouget, A. (widow of Emile Pouget). 1931.
976
Pouget, Emile ( La Sociale , Paris; La Voix du Peuple , Paris). 1894-1896, 1900, 1903, 1930.
NB. Postcard from 1900 partly illegible because of damage.
977
Poulaille, Henry (Éditions Bernard Grasset, Paris). 1937.
978
Prat, José ( Natura , Barcelona). 1900s, 1904-1905, 1911, 1923.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage.
979-981
Presburg, Joseph (pseudonym: Joseph Perry) ( Freedom Anarchist-Communist Group; Spanish Atrocities Committee, London). 1896-1900 and n.d. 3 folders.
979
1896. With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau.
980
1897. With copies (made by Nettlau) of articles(?) by others and with letters by Harry B. Samuels .
981
1898-1900 and n.d. With a letter by Henry S. Salt (The Humanitarian League, London) and a letter by H. Petriu (Athens) relating to the attack by Kardisski (Karditzki) 1898. Enclosed also a clipping on this subject with a note by Nettlau.
982
Probuždenie / Probuzhdenie (Detroit) ( R. Kirinovič ; R. Corin ; K. Ševčuk ; J. Fedoreshen ). With several clippings. 1929-1930, 1933, 1935-1937.
NB. See also inv. nos. 318 (R. Corin), 1116 (K. Ševčuk), 623 (M. Herzman), 413 (J. Fedoreshen).
983
Protesta, La (Buenos Aires) ( Carlos Fontana ). 1922, 1927-1928.
984
Puech, Jules L. 1907.
985
Puig, Antonio . 1929.
986
Quack, H.P.G. With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1898. 1898-1899.
987
Quesnay, Pierre (Commission des Réparations, Vienne). With notes and a letter (draft) by Nettlau. 1920.
988
Quiroule, Pierre (Buenos Aires). 1922-1925.
989
Radich, Francis . 1900.
NB. Letter to ‘Dear Comrades. In Re Paris Congress’.
990-992
Ramus, Pierre (Kl. Morleit, pseudonyms of Rudolf Grossmann) and Sonja ( Die freie Generation , London; Jahrbuch der freien Generation , Vienna; Wohlstand für Alle , Vienna; Erkenntnis und Befreiung , Vienna; Bund herrschaftsloser Sozialisten (Anarchisten), Republik Oesterreich ; Der Anarchist , Klosterneuburg). 1904-1933 and n.d. 3 folders.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
990
1904-1907, 1910-1912, 1915-1916.
991
1920, 1922-1925. With notes in shorthand 1922, letters by Nettlau 1922-1924 (one from 1923 in shorthand), a death announcement of Ferdinand Kluger 1922 and a postcard by E.K. Pigal (Emancipanta Stató, Secione Austria) 1923.
992
1926-1931, 1933 and n.d. With typescripts ‘Zur Erledigung und Abwehr der Verleumder Fabianowitsch, Nold, Kohl etc’ 1926 and ‘Urteil und Begründung des Ehrenschiedsgerichts in Sachen Kohl-Grossmann’ 1927, with copies of letters to Stenzleit 1928, to Syndikalist (Berlin) 1928, to Rehme 1930 and copies (drafts?) of letters by Nettlau (one in shorthand) 1928.
993
Ranc, Arthur . 1905.
994
Rappeport, Sara . N.d.
995
Raviola, Ermelinda . N.d.
NB. Visiting card.
996
Razzia, Luigi . 1897.
997
Read, M. and J.W. 1913.
NB. Nettlau’s landlady in London.
998
Rebelión , El grupo (Asuncion, Paraguay). 1910.
999
Rebelión , El grupo (Sevilla) ( Enrique Delgado ). 1910.
NB. Circular letter.
1000
Recchioni, Emidio . With separate notes by Nettlau 1927, partly in shorthand. 1899, 1920, 1923-1932. 1 folder.
NB. Letters from 1899 partly illegible because of damage, text missing.
1001-1002
Recchioni, Vero (later: Vernon Richards ) ( Spain and the World , London). 1934-1938 and n.d. 2 folders.
1001
1934-1936. With a typescript on Emidio Recchioni’s last months 1934 and a part of a manuscript by Nettlau with supplements 1936.
1002
1937-1938 and n.d.
1003
Reclus, Elie . 1896, 1899.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1004-1005
Reclus, Elisée . 1892-1904 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Some letters from 1896 partly illegible because of damage.
1004
1892, 1894–1897. With copies (made by Nettlau) of correspondence with Charles Bakounine 1895, a draft by Nettlau (unfinished), a copy of a letter to Stock (Paris) 1895, a letter by Henry van de Velde 1896, letters by Nettlau 1896 concerning the Bibliographie de l’anarchie , a pamphlet Peuple, au vert! (c. 1882) 1896 and notes by Nettlau.
1005
1899, 1902–1904 and n.d. With notes in shorthand and copies (made by Nettlau) of correspondence with Marussia Bakunin 1899, a letter by Jules Perrier 1902 and a postscript (?) by Paul Reclus 1904.
1006
Reclus, Jacques . 1927, 1937.
1007-1010
Reclus, Paul (pseudonym: Georges Guyou) . 1895-1939 and n.d. 4 folders.
1007
1895, 1897, 1907–1910. With letters by Impr. J. Baré & G. Debenogne, Brussels, L’Émancipatrice , Paris, Libr. Ferdinand Larcier, Brussels, Impr. Kapp, Paris 1909 and notes by Nettlau 1909-1910 concerning the edition of Reclus’ correspondence.
1008
1920–1922, 1924–1925. With a copy of a letter to Joseph Ishill 1924, a letter by B.P. van der Voo to Nettlau 1924 and copies of letters to C. David , Joseph Kergomard , Jeanne Guillaume and Alexander Atabekian 1925.
1009
1926–1932. With a copy of a letter by Vera Figner 1925, a letter by Marc Pierrot to Nettlau 1926, a letter by G. (?) including a copy of a letter by Ferdinand Buisson 1927.
1010
1933–1939 and n.d. With postcards by Marc Pierrot 1933, 1938 and n.d., by Soledad Gustavo 1938 and notes on the Reclus family n.d. (1920s).
1011
Redención (Alcoy). 1923.
1012
Redlich, Josef . 1923.
1013
Rees(?), R.J. 1885.
1014
Reichel, Adolf . 1895.
1015
Reichel, Marie . 1895, 1905.
NB. Letters with biographical remarks on Bakunin and Johanna Pescantini .
1016
Reiff, Harry ( Yiddish [Jewish] Anarchist Federation, New York ; Freie Arbeiter Stimme , New York). 1932-1933.
1017
Reisner, Julius E. 1920, 1922.
1018
Relgis, Eugen ( Umanitarismul , Bucharest). Enclosed ‘Rundfrage über eine Pazifistische Internationale’. With notes by Nettlau. 1929-1931, 1934-1935.
NB. Postcard from 1930 partly damaged, text missing.
1019
Revista Obrera (Barcelona). 1929.
1020
Reyes, Herminia de los . 1932 and n.d.
1021
Reyndorp, B. 1926-1927, 1929, 1931-1932.
1022
Reynolds, Thomas . 1896, 1898.
NB. 1898 empty envelope only.
1023
Rhys, John . 1885.
1024
Ribeiro, Abílio ( Aurora , Porto). 1929.
1025
Richard, Albert ( Journal l’Yonne , Auxerre). 1905, 1910-1911.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1026
Riethmann, Emil . With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1920. 1919-1920.
1027
Rijnders, Gerhard ( De Vrije Socialist , Amsterdam). 1921, 1931.
1028
Rindl, J.M. (Vienna). With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau. 1933.
NB. Letter written on behalf of Marx-Engels-Archiv Verlags-GmbH, Berlin.
1029
Rivista Critica del Socialismo, La (Roma). 1920s.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
1030
Rizza, Roberto (Federazione Anarchica Lombarda, Milano). With notes in shorthand by Nettlau, a pamphlet on Errico Malatesta by Luigi Fabbri (published in La Rivolta Ideale , 1921) and a leaflet. 1921.
1031
Rjazanov, David B. ( Marx-Engels-Institut, Moscow ). 1924, 1927-1928, 1930. 1 folder.
NB. A letter from 1924 signed by E. Czóbel , another from 1927 by Fr. Schiller .
1032
Road to Freedom, The (New York). With ‘Minutes of 1928 (October) Conference’. 1926-1929, 1931.
NB. See also inv. no. 1142.
1033
Robin, Paul . 1893, 1901, 1905.
NB. 1893 only an envelope, letter from 1905 in photocopy.
1034
Roca, F. (Bureau d’Information et de Presse, Paris). 1938.
1035
Rocker, Fermin . 1925.
1036-1039
Rocker, Rudolf (Workers Friend Publ. Association, London; Relief Fund of the I.W.M.A for Anarchists and Anarcho-Syndicalists Imprisoned and Exiled in Russia, Berlin). 1895-1941. 4 folders.
NB. Letters until 1912 partly illegible because of damage.
1036
1895, 1900, 1905, 1912, 1921-1926.
1037
1927-1929.
1038
1930-1933. With visiting card from Etta Federn-Kohlhaas with biographical notes on Karl Federn and a letter to Etta Federn 1933.
1039
1934-1941. With a typescript of reviews from Rocker’s Nationalism and Culture 1938, copies made by Nettlau in shorthand of a letter 1940 and his reply 1941, also with a letter by the Nederlandsche Roode Kruis to Nettlau 1941.
1040
Rocker-Witkop, Milly . 1929-1931.
1041
Rod, M. ( Propaganda anarquista , Lisbon). With a letter and shorthand notes by Nettlau. 1895.
NB. Note by Nettlau ‘Alliance. Portugal’.
1042
Roeseler (Deutsche Verlagsanstalt, Berlin). 1925.
NB. Only a letter by Nettlau.
1043
Roguier, Mme A. N.d.
NB. Visiting card.
1044
Rolland, Hugo (pseudonym: Erasmo Abate) . 1925-1926.
1045
Roorda van Eysinga, Henri . 1895, 1897, 1908, 1935 and n.d.
1046
Rose, Edward B. ( South African Free Press Committee, London ). 1904.
1047
Rosell, Albano (Montevideo). 1934.
1048
Rosell, Avenir (Montevideo). 1934.
1049
Rosenfeld, Mathilde . 1908-1909, 1911, 1913, 1916, 1932.
1050-1051
Rosenfeld, Siegfried . 1901-1932 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. One letter from 1913 partly illegible because of damage.
1050
1901-1910.
1051
1911-1919, 1921-1922, 1925, 1930-1932 and n.d. With a letter by Emerich Sell to Nettlau 1914.
1052
Rosner, J. 1900.
1053
Rosselli, Nello . With a copy (made by Nettlau) of an extract of a document on Pietro Gori by the police in Bellinzona 1894. 1894, 1928-1929.
1054
Rossetti. 1896.
NB. Telegram.
1055
Rossetti, G.A.M. 1893.
1056
Rossetti, Helen . 1896.
1057
Rossetti, Olivia . With copies of letters by Nettlau 1896 and n.d. 1895-1896 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1058
Rotten, Elizabeth ( Das werdende Zeitalter , Vacha/Rhön). 1929.
1059
Roubakine (Rubakin), N. (Institut International de Psychologie Bibliologiques, Lausanne). 1928.
1060
Roubezhanin (Rubežanin), M. ( Rassviet , New York). 1925.
1061
Rousseau, H.(?) (Paris). 1898.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
1062
Rubinčik (Roubintschik), Z. 1925.
1063
Rubiner, Rudolf . 1920.
1064-1065
Rüdiger, Helmut (FAUD, Geschäftskommission; Verlag und Redaktion Der Syndikalist , Berlin; Asy-Verlag, Berlin ). 1927-1934. 2 folders.
1064
1927-1930. With a letter by Karl Roche 1927, a ‘Manifest der Antiarchistischen Antinationale’ 1928, a letter by H. Everts (Düsseldorf) 1929, letters (drafts) by Nettlau concerning Die Debatte. Diskussionsorgan ... der FAUD 1930.
1065
1931-1932, 1934. With a letter by Reinhold Busch (FAUD, Geschäftskommission) to Nettlau 1931.
1066
Rüdt, Philipp A. 1895.
1067
Rullière, H. ( La Revue du Travail , Paris). 1920.
1068
Ruský Zahraniční Historický Archiv, Prague . With drafts of a letter by Nettlau concerning Bakunin. 1926.
1069
Russew . 1927.
1070
Russische Socialistische Föderation Sowjet-Republik in Österreich, Bevollmächtigte Vertretung. 1922.
1071
Ryner-Mád, Ferenc (Budapest). With a note by Nettlau. 1936.
NB. ‘inconnu’.
1072
Sadier, A. 1934.
1073
Sadler, G.T. 1899.
1074
Saenger, Otto M. (Internationale Auskunftsstelle für undogmatische religiöse Bestrebungen, Paris). Enclosed a letter to H. Rüdiger with remark by him 1930. 1930, 1932.
1075
Samaja, Nino ( L’Agitazione , Ancona). 1898.
1076
Samuels, Harry B. (Commonweal Anarchist Group, Publishing Committee, London). With notes in shorthand and an undated letter by Nettlau, probably not send. 1893-1894 and n.d.
1077
Sánchez Rosa, José (Biblioteca del Obrero, Sevilla). With a letter by Nettlau to Michael A. Cohn on Valeriano Orobón Fernández. 1936.
1078
Sander, Enno . 1894, 1897.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1079-1081
Sanftleben, Alfred G. (pseudonym: Slovak) . With many poems mostly in typescript 1924-1926 and 1931-1938. 1895-1938. 3 folders.
NB. Some letters from the 1890s partly illegible.
1079
1895-1897, 1899, 1924-1925. With a letter by G. Rossi ( Colonie Cecilia, Brazil ) 1895, translations of articles 1896 and notes by Nettlau, partly in shorthand.
1080
1926.
1081
1927, 1931, 1933, 1938.
1082
Sanjurjo, S. (La Coruña). 1897.
1083
Santillán Kater, Elise . 1926.
1084
Sartin, M. ( L’Adunata , Newark, New Jersey). With a copy in shorthand of a letter(?) by Nettlau. 1932.
1085
Sastres (Bystřice, Czechoslovakia). 1935, 1937.
1086
Sažin (Saschin), Michail P. (pseudonym: Armand Ross ). 1904, 1921-1922, 1925-1926, 1928 and n.d.
NB. Letters in Russian.
1087
Schabelitz, Jacques . With copies of letters by Nettlau, partly in shorthand. 1894-1895.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1088
Schack, Oscar (Buchhandlung, Leipzig). With a note (letter?) in shorthand by Nettlau concerning the Bakunin biography. 1899.
1089
Schamelhout, Gustaaf . With a draft (manuscript?) by Nettlau 1925 (4 p. quarto), notes in shorthand and a postcard by him 1932. Also with clippings. 1898, 1921-1938. 1 folder.
NB. Letters from 1898 partly illegible because of damage.
1090
Scheiman, Isidor ( [Yiddish] Jewish Anarchist Federation, New York ; Freie Arbeiter Stimme , New York). 1935.
NB. See also inv. no. 266.
1091
Scheimann(?) (Vienna) . 1926.
1092
Schenk, Adolf . With an undated note by Nettlau. 1908.
1093
Scheu, Andreas . 1887, 1890, 1892, 1924.
NB. Letters from the 1890s partly illegible because of damage.
1094
Schicchi, Paolo . 1928.
1095
Schiff, Frida . 1921.
1096
Schmidt, W. (Schweizerischer Lithographen Bund, Section Basel). 1911.
NB. See also inv. no. 423.
1097
Schneeberg (Vienna). 1884.
1098
Schneider, A. (St. Louis, Missouri). With notes by Nettlau. 1922.
1099
Schomburg, Arthur A. 1925.
1100
Schönberg . 1912.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
1101
Schroeder, Theodore . 1912, 1922-1923.
1102
[Schule in Wien XIII.] ( Adele Schrammel ). 1922.
NB. Through intervention by Nettlau the school received a gift for buying food from the Modern School Association in Stelton, New Jersey.
1103
Schultze-Karlen, Joséphine (Mme Paul Schultze) . 1893.
1104
Schurz, Carl . 1892.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
1105
Schuster, Eunice M. 1931.
1106
Schuster, Hugh H. (University Philosophical Society, Dublin). 1888.
1107
See-Verlag, Konstanz . 1927.
1108
Segarra, Armonia . 1931.
1109
Selch, Emerich . With letters by Stock, Anton Honigmann and Karas 1907 and Selch’s death announcement 1930. 1902-1903, 1906-1907, 1910-1913, 1927-1930.
1110
Sellen, Edward W. 1889-1898 and n.d. 1 folder.
NB. Many letters partly illegible because of damage; for a copy of a letter by Nettlau from 1894 see also inv. no. 1204; for a postscript from 1895 see also inv. no. 205.
1111
Semeur (de Normandie), Le (Caen). 1924, 1927.
1112
Semmig, Hermann . 1892.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1113
Sempau, Ramón . 1897.
1114
Sender, Amor . N.d.
1115
Sensine, Henri . 1926.
1116
Ševčuk (Shewchuk), K. ( Probuždenie / Probuzhdenie , Detroit). With clippings and a separate note by Nettlau 1930, a typescript ‘The Persecution of Anarchists in Soviet Russia’ 1930 and a letter by P. Datzenko 1932. 1930-1934. 1 folder.
NB. Letters in Russian.
1117
Seymour, Henry (Free Currency Propaganda, London; Free Press Defence Committee, London). 1894, 1898-1899.
1118
Shapiro (Schapiro), Alexander . With a postscript by Max Winkler 1922, a letter (draft) by Nettlau 1926 and notes by him. 1906-1907, 1909-1910, 1922-1926, 1930-1931, 1936. 1 folder.
NB. Letters from 1907 partly illegible because of damage.
1119
Siegmund, Gustav . 1894.
1120
Sierra, Pedro . With a clipping. 1926.
1121
Šimek, Boža ( Tribuna , Teplitz Turn). 1909.
1122
Skalák, Josef . 1897, 1899-1900.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1123
Skerlić (Skerlitch), Jovan (Jean) . 1910-1911.
1124
Šklovskij (Shklovsky), I.(?)W. n.d.
NB. Visiting card; on the back note by Nettlau ‘Kropotkin knew him well’.
1125
Snoep, Elizabeth ( Friends Mission. Englisch-Amerikanische Mission der Gesellschaft der Freunde ; Friend’s Relief Mission, Vienna ). With a letter of recommendation to Professor Cizek and a typescript on his school. 1923-1924.
1126
Socher, Georg M. With annex. 1931-1932.
1127
Solidaridad Obrera (Barcelona) ( Leibarto Gallejas ). With a delegate’s card of the CNT Comité Regional de Cataluña. 1936.
1128
Sommerfelt, Alf (Instituttet for Sammenlignende Kulturforskning, Oslo). 1926.
1129
Souchy, Augustin (FAUD, Geschäftskommission, Berlin; International Working Men’s Association / Internationale Arbeiter-Assoziation, Berlin; Verlag und Redaktion Der Syndikalist , Berlin). With letters (drafts) by Nettlau 1924 and 1926. 1923-1926, 1928-1929, 1931-1932, 1935, 1937. 1 folder.
1130
Sozialistische Monatshefte (Berlin). 1897.
1131
Soziologische Verlagsanstalt, Berlin. 1929.
1132
Spada, S. ( Germinal , Chicago). 1928-1929.
1133
Spalding & Hodge, Paper Makers, London. 1896.
1134
Spencer, Charles H. (The Manchester Society of Sciensocrats). With a leaflet. 1907.
1135
Spichiger, Auguste . 1893.
NB. Letter partly damaged.
1136
Spitzer (Spitzegger), Leopold . With leaflet ‘Der demaskierte Großmann-Ramus’ 1925 and notes in shorthand by Nettlau. 1925, 1929-1931, 1936, 1938.
1137
Spohr, Wilhelm . 1897.
1138
Springer (Berlin). 1928.
1139
Staamer, Adr. 1913.
1140
Stanger, Magnus . 1928-1930.
1141
Stapleton, W.H. 1896.
1142
Starrett, Walter ( W.S. van Valkenburgh ) ( The Road to Freedom , New York). 1929.
1143
Stauning, Thorwald ( Socialdemokratisk Forbund, Copenhagen ). 1905.
1144
Steffen, Gustaf F. With a letter to A. Retzius 1892 and notes in shorthand by Nettlau 1897. 1890, 1892, 1897, 1920.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1145
Steiger, E. 1897.
1146
Steimer, Mollie (pseudonym of Marthe Halperine; Fléchine-Alperine) . 1927-1928, 1933, 1935, 1944.
1147
Steinberg, Louis (Toronto Canada Branch of the Arbeiter Ring). 1928.
1148
Steinhoff Jr., August . 1926.
1149
Steinsvik, Rasmus . 1890.
1150
Stepniak, S. (pseudonym of Sergej M. Kravčinskij) . 1894.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
1151
Sterky, Fr. ( Ny Tid , Göteborg). 1893.
1152
Sterringa, J. (Boek-, Courant- en Handelsdrukkerij, Amsterdam). 1896-1897.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1153-1154
Stock, P.-V. (Libraire-Éditeur, Paris). 1894-1937 and n.d. 2 folders.
NB. Letters from 1890s and 1910s partly illegible because of damage, text missing.
1153
1894-1896, 1906, 1910-1911. With a contract on a Bakunin publication 1894, copies of letters and an original letter by Charles Bakunin 1895, a postcard to Jacques Gross 1910 and notes in shorthand by Nettlau 1910.
1154
1933-1937 and n.d. With a printed article on François de Curel 1933.
1155
Stock, Delamain et Boutelleau, Librairie, Paris . With notes and copies made by Nettlau of letters by Maurice Delamain 1934-1935. 1934-1935, 1937 and n.d.
1156
Stockbauer, Arthur . 1931.
1157-1158
Stojanov (Stoianoff), Paraškev I. 1891-1939. 2 folders.
NB. A lot of letters partly illegible because of damage.
1157
1891-1898.
1158
1910, 1913, 1920-1924, 1926-1927, 1929, 1931, 1933-1937, 1939. With death announcement of Nedelka Paraškev Stojanova-Šiškova 1937.
1159
Stolle, Wilhelm . 1889.
NB. Visiting card; on the back biographical notes by Nettlau.
1160
Štrams (Stram) (New York). With a separate note in shorthand by Nettlau. 1911-1912.
1161
Strauss, Friedy . 1936-1940.
NB. Some letters with postscript by Raphael Friedeberg .
1162
Streckfuss, A. 1892.
NB. Letter partly damaged.
1163
Streiter, Artur . 1931.
1164
Ströbinger, Josef . 1943.
NB. See also inv. no. 348.
1165
Stuart, Ian C. ( The Black Cat , Dundee). 1895.
NB. Note by Nettlau: ‘Brief in einer Brochure, die Lafargue gehörte, auf den Quais 12.4.1913 gefunden; an Paul Lafargue gerichtet’.
1166
Suarez, Jesus M. (Fernando Gonzalo) (Tucuman, Argentine). 1923.
1167
Sutherland, H. 1906.
NB. Visiting card; on the back a shorthand note by Nettlau.
1168
Sutton, A.T. (Socialist League, Norwich Branch). 1889-1890.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1169
Swede, Oscar ( Freedom , London). 1935.
1170
Swift Packing Company (Hamburg). 1921.
NB. Concerns food parcels send by S. Nacht (New York).
Taege, Hildegard see inv. no. 921.
1171
Tancredi, Libero ( La Rivolta , Lugano). 1910-1913.
1172
Tarn, Albert . 1892.
NB. Postcards partly illegible because of damage; note by Nettlau ‘individualist Anarchist’.
1173
Tárrida del Mármol, Fernando . With a letter by El Progreso (Barcelona) 1906. 1901, 1906-1907, 1910-1911, 1913.
NB. Some letters damaged, text missing.
1174
Taylor, C. 1908-1909, 1911 and n.d.
NB. One of Nettlau’s landladies in London.
1175
Tchaykovsky, B. 1907, 1909, 1912.
1176
Tchaykovsky (Čajkovskij), N.W. 1896, 1903-1906.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage. Letter from 1896 on the back of leaflet ‘Resolution on ‘General Strike’ and Political Action’.
1177
Thames Fur Co. Ltd., London. 1933.
1178
Theresianische Akademie, K.k., Vienna . 1908.
NB. Concerns Joachim Prati von Branfeld .
1179
Theuerkauf, Olga (Potsdam). 1898.
NB. Letters by Nettlau returned undelivered.
1180
Thorne, William ( International Socialist Workers and Trade Union Congress, London ). 1896.
1181
Tierra, Grupo, New York. 1929.
1182
Tochatti, James . 1893-1898.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
1183
Tournebroche, Jacques . 1927.
1184
Toussaint, J. 1912.
1185
Trask, Marion . 1924.
1186
Trask, Sherwood . With typescripts of a poem and a short story and a copy made by Nettlau of the poem ‘Factories’ (1915) by Margaret Widemer . 1924-1925.
1187
Tresca, Carlo . 1922.
NB. Telegram.
1188
Troureux(?), Luc (Tonnerre; Pioupiou de l’Yonne ). 1911.
1189
Trunk, (Johann) Sebastian . 1887, 1905.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage; see also inv. no. 946 for a copy of a letter by Nettlau 1890.
1190
Tucker, Benjamin R. 1906, 1913, 1937.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
1191
Tucúf, Saul . 1903.
1192
Turner, John . With a postcard by T. Kahan 1900s and a copy of a letter by Nettlau 1930. 1897-1898, 1905, 1930-1931.
NB. Letters from 1890s partly illegible because of damage.
1193
Turski (Toursky), Kaspar M. 1899.
1194
Udel, Carl . 1913.
1195
Umanskij (Umansky), Dmitrij . 1921.
1196
Union Anarchiste Française (Paris) . With a letter by Pierre Mualdès(?) 1923. 1922-1923.
1197
Union des Associations Internationales, Brussels . 1912.
1198
Union Révolutionnaire, Groupe d’, Limoges. N.d.
1199
Union Sindical Argentina (Buenos Aires). 1927.
1200-1201
Urales, Federico (pseudonym of Juan Montseny y Carret) ( La Revista Blanca , Barcelona; La Novela Ideal , Barcelona; El Luchador , Barcelona). 1924-1939. 2 folders.
1200
1924-1927.
1201
1928-1937, 1939.
1202
Vaillant, Edouard . Enclosed his pamphlet La France et l’Opinion (1867). 1908.
1203
Valadés, José C. (Confederacion General de Trabajadores, Mexico). 1924, 1926.
1204
Valenci, Cajetan and Therese. With a copy (made by Nettlau in shorthand) of charges against Valenci (7 p.) and a copy of a letter by Nettlau to Edward W. Sellen . 1894.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1205
Vallina, Pedro ( Paginas libres , Sevilla). 1920.
1206
Vanguard Group, New York. 1933.
1207
Vasco, Neno (pseudonym of Nazianzeno de Vasconcelos) ( A Sementeira , Lisbon). 1912.
1208
Veit & Comp, Verlagsbuchhandlung, Leipzig. With leaflets from Handwörterbuch der Soziologie , edited by Robert Michels. 1914.
1209
Vellay, Charles ( Annales Révolutionnaires , Société des Études Robespierristes, Paris). 1907, 1909.
1210
Vereniging Anarchistische Uitgeverij VAU, Amsterdam . With leaflet ‘Het goede boek. Propaganda orgaan van de VAU’ and a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau to Jan Schuur . 1940.
1211
Verlag der Neuen Gesellschaft GmbH, Berlin-Hessenwinkel. 1927.
1212
Vermeylen, August . 1896.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
1213
Vernis, Pablo ( La Revista Universal , Buenos Aires). 1924.
NB. On a leaflet letter by Nettlau (copy?) to Diego Abad de Santillán.
1214
‘La Vero’, Anarkia Grupo, Lisbon. 1923.
1215
Vésinier, Louise . 1902-1905, 1907-1908, 1910-1911. 1 folder.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1216
Vésinier, Pierre . 1901-1902.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1217
Vichère (Vitry sur Seine). 1924.
1218
Vidal, Georges (Oeuvre Internationale des Éditions Anarchistes, Paris; Revue Internationale Anarchiste , Paris). 1924.
1219
Vieira, Sergio A. ( Noticias d’Evora , Porto). 1933.
1220
Villar, Manuel ( Solidaridad Obrera , Barcelona). 1933.
1221
Viñas, José García . With clippings of articles, death announcement of Viñas and his wife Josefá Dómine Guzmán 1931 and notes by Nettlau concerning ‘la Internacional y la Alianza en Espana’. 1928-1931 and n.d.
1222
Vinck(?), Victor (alias Haakon Lerouge) . 1924.
1223
Viquit, A. 1913.
1224
Vives Terradas, J. (Centro de propaganda, Reus; Archivio Social, Barcelona; El Barato, Tarragona). With a letter from 1905 by Francisco Ferrer to Lorenzo 1927. 1904-1905, 1909, 1926-1931 and n.d. 1 folder.
1225
Vogt-Imer, Lina . 1899.
NB. Concerns Bakunin’s grave.
1226
Volin (Voline; pseudonym of Vsevolod M. Eichenbaum) . With notes by Nettlau, partly in shorthand. 1923.
1227
Volkhovsky, Felix (London). 1899.
1228
Volnost (Mor. Ostravě) ( Frant. Novák ). 1897-1898.
NB. Letter from 1897 partly illegible because of damage.
1229
Voo, B.P. van der . With a leaflet of De Twintigste Eeuw 1900, a letter on back by Gertrud Guillaume-Schack to Nettlau 1902, a copy of a letter to Joseph Ishill 1938 and separate notes by Nettlau in shorthand on Sterringa and others. 1895, 1900-1902, 1924, 1934-1938 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1230
Vreugde, A. 1914.
1231
Waas, S. (Amsterdam). 1940.
1232
Wage, Die (Vienna). 1898.
1233
Warnotte, D. (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Institut de Sociologie). 1933.
1234
Wartenberg, Gerhard ( Der Syndikalist , Berlin). With proofs of ‘Zum Amsterdamer Antikriegskongress (Rolland - Barbusse)’ by Nettlau 1932 and notes in shorthand 1933. 1926, 1929, 1932-1933.
1235
Weber, Max (Heidelberg). 1910.
1236
Wechsler, Herman L. c. 1911.
1237
Wegener, Alfred (Graz). 1925.
1238
Weidner, Albert ( Sozialist , Berlin; Der arme Teufel , Berlin). With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau 1898. 1898, 1903.
1239
Weiss, Josef . With a note by Nettlau. 1915.
1240
Weiss, Remigius (Bookseller & Publisher, Philadelphia). With a letter (draft) by Nettlau (incomplete, p. 13-17). 1904-1905.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1241
Weisz, Theres . 1898.
1242
Wendlenner, Max . 1892.
NB. Note by Nettlau: ‘nach dem Tod von H. Börnstein (Pariser Vorwärts 1844)’.
1243
Werner, Wilhelm . 1926.
NB. Visiting card; on the back a biographical note by Nettlau.
1244
Wernsdorf, Julius . 1905.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
1245
Werth, Ulrich . Enclosed a letter by Paul Kampffmeyer ( Archiv der Sozialdemokratischen Partei Deutschlands, Berlin ) to Nettlau. 1933.
1246
Wess, William ( The Worker’s Friend , London). 1890, 1893, 1896-1897, 1905-1909. 1 folder.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1247
Western Union Telegraph Cable System, The, Vienna. 1925.
1248
Wienand, Margarethe . 1890s.
NB. Visiting card; letter partly illegible.
1249
Wiener Evangelische Stadtmission ( Hans Rieger ). 1930.
1250
Williams, E. 1920.
1251
Wilson, Charlotte M. 1888, 1890, 1897.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1252
Wilson, Florence (Société des Nations / League of Nations, Library). With a separate note by Nettlau. 1920.
1253-1254
Winkler, Max (FAUD, Geschäftskommission, Berlin; Verlag Der Syndikalist , Berlin). With notes by Nettlau partly in shorthand. 1922-1933. 2 folders.
1253
1922-1925. With a letter by Elsa Köhler to Nettlau 1922, letters (drafts) by him 1923-1924 and some proofs of Vorfrühling der Anarchie 1925.
1254
1926-1933. With letters (drafts) by Nettlau 1926-1927 and a postcard by Frieda Lehmann to Nettlau 1926.
1255
Winslow, Amy ( Friend’s Relief Mission. Englisch-Amerikanische Mission der Gesellschaft der Freunde, Vienna ; Indianapolis Public Library). With a copy made by Nettlau of a letter by M.L. Kimberley to Isabel Maddison 1923. 1920, 1923-1928, 1930-1931. 1 folder.
1256
Wintsch, Jean . 1910, 1939.
1257
Wolfe, Lilian . 1938-1939.
1258
Yanovsky, Saul J. ( Freie Arbeiter Stimme , New York). 1912.
1259
Young, Ernest (London). N.d.
1260
J.L. Young Manufacturing Co., Manchester. 1896 and n.d.
1261
Zack, Bernhard , Verlag, Treptow near Berlin. 1912.
1262
Zádruha (Prague) ( Michael Kácha ). 1913.
1263
Zaslaw, M. 1922.
1264
Zawada, Jan . 1925.
1265
Zeit, Die (Vienna). 1899-1901.
1266
Zentralblatt für Bibliothekswesen (Berlin) (Schwenke). 1905.
1267
Zentralstelle für soziale Literatur der Schweiz (Zurich). With a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau. 1912.
1268
Zhook, Doris . 1896.
1269-1271
Zibelin Sr., Albert C. 1892-1914 and n.d. 3 folders.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1269
1892, 1894-1897, 1899-1904, 1906. With separate notes by Nettlau.
1270
1907-1910. With a letter by Lilly Cornelissen to Nettlau 1907.
1271
1911-1914 and n.d.
1272
Zibelin Jr., Albert . 1901, 1911-1914, 1920-1922 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1273
Zibelin, Henri . N.d.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
1274
Zibelin-Wilmerding, Lilly . With a letter (draft?) by Nettlau 1896 and the death announcements of Henri and Marguerite Zibelin 1914. 1893-1897, 1914. 1 folder.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1275
Zimmer, H. 1885-1887.
1276
Zisly, Henry G. ( La Nouvelle Humanité , Paris; La Vie Naturelle , Paris). With several numbers of the handwritten Le Paria (Paris) 1893-1895 and other manuscripts of the 1890s and a copy of a letter by Nettlau 1897. 1895, 1897-1898, 1900, 1902, 1904, 1909-1911. 1 folder.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage; letter from 1902 with corrections for the Bibliographie de l’anarchie .
1277
Zoccoli, Ettore . 1926.
1278
Zosîn (Zoshin), Panait ( Şcoala Liberă , Bucharest). 1893, 1896-1897.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
1279
Züricher, W. 1908.
1280
Züricher Post . 1909.
1281
Žukovskij (Joukovsky), Adelaïde . 1895.
1282
Žukovskij (Joukovsky), Nikolaj . N.d.
1283
Illegible senders. 1893, 1896, 1898, 1900-1901, 1904-1905, 1908, 1911, 1913, 1929, 1934, 1937 and n.d. 1 folder.
1284
Illegible addressees. c. 1898, 1921.
NB. Copies in shorthand.
1285-1292
Notes and notebooks primarily relating to letters sent and received by Nettlau.   1892-1936.  8 covers.
1285
1892-1893.
1286
1922, April 29-1923 January 24. With notes on publications and documents received.
1287
1924, October 10-December 12.
1288
1926. With notes on finances, list of periodicals he subscribed to, books he read.
1289
1927 January 1-December 31.
1290
1927 (January 1-3), 1928-1929.
NB. Also during his first journey to Spain beginning 1928, April 24.
1291
1930 July, Sept 1-1933, April 25, with intervals. With a list of periodicals and printed matter received.
NB. Also during a journey to Zurich 1933, April 14-25.
1292
1931-1936.
NB. May be an inventory made before packing them away.
1293
Address booklets.   1895-1898, 1921-1923.  1 cover.
NB. With a copy of a letter in French stuck to the 1895-1898 booklet.
1294
Separate notes of addresses.   c.1887-1898, 1904-1908, 1914, 1921-1927, 1931, 1936, 1938-1939 and n.d.  1 folder.
1295
Visiting cards (A-Z).   1897 and n.d.  1 folder.

PERSONAL


Identity papers and official documents

1296
Certificate of baptism of Nettlau (on 26 Mai 1865). Copy.   1874.  1 piece.
1297
Certificate of confirmation issued by the Evangelisches Pfarramt A.C. in Vienna.   1880.  1 piece.
1298
Passport issued by the Kreis Pr[eussisch] Holland, valid until 1885, October 1.   1884.  1 piece.
1299
Documents relating to his conscription duties issued in Vienna, Berlin, Leipzig and Greifswald.   1884-1886.  1 cover..
1300
Letters relating to the application for an identification card (Heimatschein) to be issued by the Kreis Pr[eussisch] Holland.   1885, 1892.  1 cover.
1301
Passport.   1893.  1 cover, large size, A3.
1302
‘Wähleranlageblatt’, registration form for voters, not filled out.   1927.  1 piece.

Education


Primary school
1303
‘Programm der fünfclassigen Hauptschule für Mädchen in Dornbach’.   [c. 1871].  1 cover, large size A2.
NB. At first he visited this school in 1871-1872.
1304
Certificate of attendance (Frequentazions-Zeugnis) and a report of the Volkschule in Dornbach for 1872-1873.   1873.  1 cover, large size A3.
1305
Certificate of attendance of the Evangelische Volks- und Bürgerschule in Vienna for 1873/1874.   1874.  1 piece.
1306-1307
Exercise books from primary school and of writing instruction at home in 1870-1871. With some instruction books for writing, calligraphy and drawing.   1870-1874 and n.d.  2 folders.
NB. His mother taught him writing in 1870/1871.
1306
1870-1873 and n.d.
1307
1874 and n.d.
1308
‘Das Buch der Welt 1859', a reading method including the abc and short texts, and Die Piraten [1875] by Wilhelm Herschenbach.   1859, 1875.  1 cover.

Grammar school and orientation on university study
1309
Diary (‘Studentenkalender’) and a notebook 1878 and a diary in shorthand 1879.   1878-1879.  1 cover.
1310
Receipts for tuition fees.   1875-1876, 1881.  1 cover..
1311
School reports of grammar school (‘Gymnasium’) 1874/1875-1881/1882 and school leaving certificate.   1875-1882.  1 cover, large size A3.
1312-1320
Exercise books from grammar school.   1874/1875-1880/1881 and n.d.  9 folders.
1312
1874/1875 and n.d.
1313
1875/1876. German and Latin.
1314
1875/1876 and n.d. Mathematics and other subjects.
1315
1876/1877. Languages.
1316
1876/1877. Mathematics and other subjects.
1317
1877/1878 and n.d.
1318
1878/1879. With shorthand notes.
1319
1879/1880.
1320
1880/1881 and n.d.
1321
Program of musical performances by pupils, including a sonatine by Nettlau.   1877.  1 piece.
1322
Notes (or essays) relating to Aristophanes’ ‘Birds’ and excerpts of Plato’s ‘Apologia de Socrates’, ‘Antigone’ and ‘Protagoras’.   N.d.  1 cover.
1323
Notes relating to his essay on ‘Licht- und Schattenseiten der Armut’ and on some other subjects.   1881-1882 and n.d.  1 cover.
1324
Notes relating to the history of English literature. In shorthand not by Nettlau.   c. 1880.  1 cover.
1325
Lists of plays, opera’s, concerts and some other performances [which Nettlau visited?].   1874-1880.  1 cover.
1326
Notebook listing titles of literary works, n.d. and a catalogue of Nettlau’s books started in 1879 including a list of books from a lending library he read in summer 1880.   1879-1880 and n.d.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 3582.
1327
List of books Nettlau read (and/or owned) including literary works and other titles.   [c. 1881].  1 cover.
1328
Letter (incomplete) [by an antiquarian?] relating to titles of books on literature.   N.d.  1 piece.
NB. Probably from grammar school period.
1329
‘Florilegium’, series of excerpts of books he read, p. 1-479.   1881-1882.  1 folder.
1330
Notes relating to psychology.   1882.  1 cover.
1331
List of lectures of the University of Berlin.   1882.  1 cover.
1332
Notes listing names of, and some data on erstwhile pupils from grammar school.   c. 1930, 1937.  1 cover.

Comparative studies of Indo-European languages
1333
Diaries (‘Studentenkalender’).   1882-1883, 1885.  1 folder.
1334
Statement of Hermann Nettlau giving his son Max permission to study at the University of Berlin, authenticated by the Kaiserlich Deutsches Consulat in Vienna.   1882.  1 piece.
1335
Statement of the Ministerium der geistlichen Unterrichts- und Medicinal-Angelegenheiten recognizing Nettlau’s Viennese grammar school exam.   1882.  1 piece.
1336
Certificates of admission to the University of Berlin.   1882, 1884.  1 cover, large size A2.
1337
Registration forms (“Anmeldungsbuch’) for lectures attended by Nettlau at the University of Berlin.   1882-1884.  1 cover.
1338
Membership card of the Academische Lesehalle in Berlin.   1884.  1 piece.
1339
Certificate of attendance (‘Abgangzeugnis’) of lectures at the University of Berlin in winter 1884-1885.   1885.  1 piece.
1340
Certificate of admission to the University of Leipzig.   1885.  1 cover, large size A2.
1341
Registration booklet for lectures attended by Nettlau at the University of Leipzig in summer 1885.   1885.  1 cover.
1342
Certificate of attendance of lectures at the University of Leipzig from April-August 1885.   1885.  1 piece.
1343
List of papers and periodicals kept by the Akademische Lesehalle in Leipzig.   N.d.  1 piece.
1344
Certificate of admission to the University of Greifswald.   1886.  1 cover, large size A2.
1345
Certificate of attendance of lectures at the University of Greifswald, summer 1886.   1886.  1 cover, large size A3.
1346-1354
Notes relating to lectures.   1882/1883-1883/1884 and n.d.  5 folders and 4 covers.
1346
Gothic grammar by Professor Johannes Schmidt, p. 1-468. 1883. (folder)
1347
Greek, p. 49-568. 1882-1883. (folder)
1348-1349
Sanskrit. 1883-1884. (2 folders)
1348
Section 1-24.
1349
Section 25-43.
NB. Probably Comparative Sanskrit grammar by Professor Johannes Schmidt.
1350
Unknown, section 1-[6], 14-27. 1883. (folder)
NB. Possibly ‘Griechische Stammbildungslehre’ by Professor Johannes Schmidt.
1351
Zend (or Altbakrish) comments on the Avesta texts. With notes. N.d.
1352
Professor Albrecht Weber probably on Kalidasa’s Meghaduta. 1883.
1353
Chinese by Professor W. Schott. 1883.
1354
Arabic and Semitic languages (?). Incomplete series, possibly with some other notes. 1883-1884.
1355-1363
Notes relating to lectures and excerpts. Often incomplete.   c. 1880-1884 and n.d.  9 covers.
1355
Greek grammar, p. 1-96. N.d.
1356
‘Die Buchstabensymbolik der jüngeren Epoche’ in Greece and other cultures. Not in sequence. N.d.
1357
Indo-Germanic, p. 1-8, 17-136 and 2 pages without number. N.d.
1358
Various Indian alphabeths, including Tamil, Telugu and Pali. N.d.
1359
Latin. 1884.
1360
Singhalese. N.d.
1361
Fairy tales and folklore. N.d.
1362
Logic and ‘Erkenntnistheorie’. With related (?) subjects. 1884.
1363
Phonology and speech physiology (?). [c. 1883] and n.d.
1364-1372
Unsorted notes relating to lectures and excerpts.   1883-1886 and n.d.  9 covers.
1364
Unsorted, including Zend, Sanskrit, Pali, Samaveda and Veda. 1883 and n.d.
1365
Unsorted, including Indian philosophy, ‘Sarva darzana sangraha’, Indian epic, Armenian and Tibetan. 1883 and n.d.
1366
Unsorted, including Greek. 1882, 1884 and n.d.
1367
Unsorted, including some Gothic (?) and philosophy of science. 1883-1884, 1886 and n.d.
1368
Unsorted, including Welsh and Irish. 1885 and n.d.
1369
Unsorted, including Celtic. 1883, 1885 and n.d.
1370
Unsorted, including Celtic. N.d.
1371
Unsorted. 1883-1884 and n.d.
1372
Unsorted. N.d.
1373-1374
Library request forms for publications of the Königliche Bibliothek and the University Library of Berlin relating to Indo-European languages, including Celtic.   1882-1884 and n.d.  2 folders.
1373
1882-1883 and n.d.
1374
1884-1885, 1887 and n.d.
1375
Library request forms of the University Library of Vienna, relating to Indo-European languages, including Celtic.   1883-1884.  1 cover.
1376
Library request forms for publications relating to Celtic of a library in Great Britain or Ireland.   1885.  1 cover.
1377
Library request forms for publications of the University Library of Leipzig relating to Indo-European languages, including Celtic.   1885, 1887 and n.d.  1 cover.
1378
Map relating to the spread of the Roman languages in Europe.   N.d.  1 cover, large size A2.

Celtic studies

NB. See also inv. nos. 1368-1370, 1373-1377.
1379-1399
Correspondence relating to his Celtic studies.   1885-1894 and n.d.  20 covers and 1 folder.
1379
d’Arbois de Jubainville, H. 1889-1892.
1380
Davies, W. [C.?] 1888.
1381
Dottin, G. 1887, 1889-1890.
1382
Evans, E. Vincent. With a clipping. 1887, 1892.
1383
Evans, E.W. [publisher]. 1888.
1384
Güterbock, Bruno. 1887.
1385
Hyde, Douglas (?). 1889.
1386
Irish Language Congress Committee, Dublin. 1894.
1387
Johnson, H. 1892.
1388
Kaiserliche Akademie der Wissenschaften (Vienna). 1887.
1389
K.K. niederoesterreichische Statthalterei (Vienna). 1887.
1390
MacBain, Alex. 1892.
1391
MacSweeney, J.J. 1888.
1392
Mooney, L.H (?). 1889.
1393
Owen, Isambard (The Honourable Society of Cymmrodorian in London). 1887-1889 and n.d. (folder)
1394
Revue Celtique (Paris). 1894.
1395
Rhys, John. 1887.
1396
Schuchardt, Hugo. 1887-1888.
1397
Stokes, Whitley. 1885, 1887, 1890.
1398
Thurmeysen, R. 1887-1888.
1399
Windisch, E. 1885-1888.
1400-1412
Notebooks relating to his Celtic studies.   1884 and n.d.  13 volumes.
NB. No or scant subject indications.
1400
Includes phonology, ‘Der Irische Artikel’ (E. Windisch), Celtic pronunciation, verbs, etc. 1884.
1401
Includes Irish metric, Icelandic, (work by) Bruno Güterbock, Celtic. 1884.
1402
Includes Irish, Welsh, Gaul, Cymric noun procunciation and inscriptions. N.d.
NB. ‘n. pr. u. n. l.’ [noun pronunciation and noun lexicology (?)].
1403
Includes the Cornish language. N.d.
1404
Includes Breton and Cornish grammar. N.d.
1405
Includes (probably) Welsh, a work by John Rhys and Cornish. N.d.
1406
Includes Cornish and Welsh. N.d.
1407
Includes Celtic, Welsh, Irish and data on Breton population. N.d.
NB. ‘Lex. brit.’.
1408
Includes Gaulish, Breton history, Welsh and some Irish. N.d.
NB. ‘Lata-goll. o 27'.
1409
Includes Irish. N.d.
NB. ‘c. soy-syw Irel.’.
1410
Includes Celtic. N.d.
NB. ‘Lex. celt.-bibliogr.’.
1411
Includes Welsh pronunciation and phonology, and Cymric grammar. N.d.
1412
Includes Cymric grammar. N.d.
1413-1414
Library request forms for publications of the British Museum, London relating to his Celtic studies.   1885-1893.  2 folders.
1413
1885-1888, May 22.
1414
1888, May 23-1890, 1892-1893.
1415
Library request form for a publication of the National Library of Ireland relating to his Irish studies.   1880s.  1 piece.

Dissertation and related Welsh articles
1416
Notes for his dissertation, including excerpts of works on grammar and Welsh sources. Unsorted.   N.d.  1 folder.
1417
Notes on Welsh grammar (twelve sections) and excerpts of a Welsh text, p. 161-216.   N.d.  1 folder.
1418
Series of notes relating to vowels, consonants and pronouns [in Welsh]. Unsorted.   N.d.  1 folder.
1419
Notes for his dissertation, p. 1-324.   [c. 1885-1886].  1 folder.
1420
Separate notes for his dissertation. Unsorted.   N.d.  1 folder.
1421
Postal registration slip of the dispatch of his dissertation.   1886.  1 cover.
1422
Estimate of Pöschel & Trepte in Leipzig, printers, for the publishing of his dissertation.   1887.  1 piece.
1423
Invitation for the Philosophical Doctor exam [at the University of Leipzig].   1887.  1 piece.
1424
Annotated copy of his dissertation Max Nettlau, Beiträge zur cymrischen grammatik I (einleitung und vocalismus) (Leipzig 1887), presented to the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Leipzig.   1887.  1 cover.
NB. Only a part of his research was published in his dissertation; three further articles appeared in Y Cymmrodor (London) and in the Revue Celtique (Paris).
1425
Review in the Deutsche Litteraturzeitung (Berlin) no.14, of Nettlau’s dissertation Beiträge zur cymrischen grammatik I (einleitung und vocalismus) (Leipzig 1887).   1888.  1 cover.
1426
Separate print of the first instalment of Nettlau’s article ‘Notes on Welsh consonants’ of May 28, 1887 [published in Revue Celtique (Paris), February 1888] p. 64-76. With annotations.  1 cover.

Articles on Welsh and Irish texts
1427
List of articles published by Nettlau on the Welsh language and Welsh and Irish texts, between May 1887 and March 1890.   N.d.  1 piece.
1428-1432
Copies and excerpts made in London from November 1887 and in Dublin spring 1888, of (primarily) Irish texts, p. 1-1756. With omissions.   1887-1888.  5 folders.
1428
Pages 1-258, 261-300.
1429
Pages 301-500, 523-570, 575-634.
1430
Pages 675-712, 769-833, 839-840, 845-902, 921-930, 1029-1118.
1431
Pages 1121-1140, 1145-1154, 1159-1208, 1319, 1325-1339, 1373-1451, 1467-[1576].
1432
Pages 1577-[1738], 1747-1756.
1433-1438
Notes relating to the writing of his articles on Welsh and Irish texts. With some edited numbered pages (missing from the p. 1-1756 series in inv. nos. 1428-1432) and some copies of texts without page numbers. Unsorted.   1887-1892 and n.d.  5 folders and 1 cover, large size A3.
1433
Unsorted, including early notes (1887) and references to Welsh sources.
1434
Unsorted, including many references to ‘TBC’ [Taín Bó Cuailnge] from Eg[erton] and L.L. texts.
1435
Unsorted, including references to the L.L. and L.U. texts and ‘Br. D. D.’ [Bruidne Da Derga].
1436
Unsorted, including many Eg[erton] references. With a request form.
1437
Unsorted, including annotated excerpts in Welsh and Irish.
1438
Copies of Irish texts, not in sequence. 1 cover, large size A3.
1439
Library request forms for Welsh and Irish manuscripts of the British Museum, London. With notes.   1885-1888 and n.d.  1 folder.
1440
Manuscript of his article ‘Irish texts in Dublin and London manuscripts (Additions to the published lists of texts)’ published in the Revue Celtique (Paris) 1889, April 30.   1889.  1 cover.
1441
Pages of his printed articles ‘Togail Bruidne da Derga’ (p. 444) and of ‘Taín bó cuailnge’(p. 265-266), published in the Revue Celtique .   1893.  2 pieces.
NB. Separate prints of these articles (incomplete) are present in the library of the IISH; p. 265-266 is double.
1442
Documents relating to his experiments with the autocopist (a duplicating machine) using Celtic texts.   N.d.  1 cover.
NB. (Extremely) poor quality.

Other documents
1443
Copy of Y Bibl Cyssegr-lan, sef yr hen Destament a’r Newydd (Llundain 1873), bible in Welsh. With notes by Nettlau.   1873 and n.d.  1 volume.
1444
Copy of Friedrich Ludwig Stamm, Ulfilas oder die uns erhaltenen Denkmäler der gothischen Sprache . I. Band. (Paderborn 1878). With extensive notes, partly in shorthand.   1878.  1 volume.
1445-1446
Copy of Ernst Windisch, Irische Texte mit Wörterbuch (Leipzig 1880). With extensive notes by Nettlau.  2 volumes.
1445
Texts.
1446
Dictionary.
1447
Copy of J. Loth, Vocabulaire Vieux-Breton avec commentaire contenant toutes les glosses en Vieux-Breton, Gallois, Cornique, Armoricain, connues (Paris 1884). With notes.   1884.  1 volume.
1448
Copy of Whitley Stokes, ‘On the Bodleian Fragment of Cormac’s Glossary’ in Philological Society (London 1891).  1 cover.
NB. Pages were not cut open.
1449
Copy of George Owen of Henllys, The Description of Penbrokshire [1603], reissued by the Society of Cymmrodorion (London 1892).  1 volume.
NB. Pages were not cut open.
1450
Copy of The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Commrodorian. Session 1896-97 (London 1898).  1 volume..
NB. Pages were not cut open.
1451
Lists by Nettlau, partly incomplete, of publications in his possession (?) including literary and academic works and other titles.   [c. 1884, c. 1887].  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 3583.
1452
Pamphlets on stenographic methods.   1894, 1905, 1908.  1 cover.
1453
Reprint of an English protest drawn up by Archbishop Cranmer and co-signed by many prelates in 1605. Incomplete.   N.d.  1 piece.

Journeys

1454
Notes relating to train schedules and itineraries, timetables and tickets.   1885-1886, 1889, 1891-1894, 1896-1898, 1900-1908 and n.d.  1 folder..
NB. See also inv. no 1-19, 1532-1533, 3584.
1455
Money orders for payments into an account at the Savings Bank Department of the General Post Office in London.   1887-1888.  1 cover..
1456
Counterfoils of posting of registered postal items. With some blank forms.   1888-1907, 1909, 1911-1912, 1921, 1934-1938 and n.d.  1 folder..
1457
Guides to London.   1889, 1892.  1 cover.
1458
Hotel bills, reservations and payment for rooms.   1889, 1892-1893, [1895], 1898, 1901-1902, 1906-1910, 1913-1914 and n.d.  1 folder.
1459
Menu’s of restaurants in Geneva, Great Yarmouth, London, Paris and Rome. With some receipts.   1888-1889, 1907, 1910 and n.d.  1 cover, large size A3..
1460
Money orders sent while travelling.   c. 1890-1913, 1931, 1933, 1937 and n.d.  1 cover.
1461
List of, and a statement relating to books lend to him by Jacques Gross probably during a journey through Switzerland and by someone else.   1892.  1 cover.
1462
Documents and notes relating to finances and expenses.   1888, [1892]-1897, 1905, 1908 and n.d.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 3585.
1463
Notes primarily in shorthand relating to a journey to Wallis, Switzerland, incomplete (?) [1893?] and maps relating to a journey to Italy [1894?].   [1893-1894?].  1 cover.
1464
Advertisement for a pince-nez, a duplicator and bust development (Paris), for shoes (Berlin) and of an insurance company and household goods (London). With a note on grocery shops in Paris.   1893, 1898, 1900, 1909 and n.d.  1 cover.
1465
Documents relating to his lodgings in Harlesden, London. With letters and a notebook of payments by Harriett Coucher.   1894-1898.  1 cover.
1466
Correspondence and documents relating to shipments sent to Nettlau in London.   1894-1896, 1898.  1 cover.
1467
Washing list of Scott’s Hotel in Guernsey.   [1895].  1 piece.
1468
Plan of the Exposition nationale suisse in Geneva.   1896.  1 piece.
1469
Brochure of a ‘Tour to Spain’, from London.   1897.  1 piece.
1470
Program of a play in London and tickets of admission for a bathhouse and theatre in Munich.   1900 and n.d.  1 cover.
1471
Copy and draft of a letter by Nettlau to a railroad company in England lodging a complaint about the inspection of the tickets.   1900-1901.  2 pieces.
1472-1473
Documents relating to his refusal to undergo a medical examination in New Haven, Great Britain, required of immigrants travelling third class, including letters by secretaries of J. Keir Hardie and by Petr Kropotkin who supported his protests against the Aliens Act, 1905 (Olden Act). With clippings.   1906.  1 cover and 1 cover, large size A2.
1472
Documents.
1473
Clippings. (large size)
1474
Letter by J. Sellingham (?) offering room and board in London.   1907.  1 piece.
NB. Not addressed to Nettlau.
1475
Programs of the Folies Bergère, Moulin-Rouge and similar establishments in Paris.   1909, 1912 and n.d.  1 cover, large size A2.
1476
Map of East London and of the Underground.   N.d.  1 cover, large size..
NB. Before 1914.
1477
Form for postal registration and a twenty crown banknote of Czechoslovakia.   N.d.  1 cover.
NB. Before 1914 and after 1918.
1478
Notes on a journey to Germany, primarily his itinerary. With a money exchange receipt.   1925.  1 cover.
1479
Notes on train schedules for a journey to Switzerland and Germany.   1926 and n.d.  1 cover.
1480
Documents and notes on journeys to Spain, including train schedules, itinerary and notes on activities and expenses and laissez passer’s.   1926-1936 and n.d.  1 folder.
NB. See also inv. no. 3586.
1481
Notes relating to expenses and train and other tickets relating to his journeys to Switzerland. With money exchange receipts, a clipping and sticker with an image of Ascona, Lago Maggiore.   1937-1938 and n.d.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 3587.
1482
Piece of a napkin (?) with an image of Gasthof zur ‘Stadt Rosenheim’, Munich.   N.d.  1 piece.

Daily life

1483
Documents and a note relating to housing in Berlin, Vienna and Amsterdam. With notes relating to his move to Amsterdam and itinerary of his trips to Amsterdam and Ascona in 1938.   1882, 1912-1914, 1938 and n.d.  1 cover.
1484
Plans of Nettlau’s room in Vienna.   1895 and n.d.  2 pieces.
1485
Documents relating to household and household expenses in Vienna and Amsterdam. With notes and a Dutch train ticket.   1893-1894, 1898-1899, 1901, 1907, 1910, 1926, 1929, 1932, 1935, 1937-1940, 1944 and n.d.  1 cover.
1486
Counterfoils of posting registered postal items in Vienna.   1892-1896, 1903, 1910-1912, 1921-1922, 1925-1926, 1930, 1937.  1 cover..
1487
Wall calendar.   1894, 1924.  1 cover.
1488
Theatre tickets.   1896-1897, 1900-1901, 1903.  1 cover.
1489
Embroidered monogram of Max Nettlau.   N.d.  1 piece.
NB. Possibly between 1900-1907.
1490
Menu’s and a receipt of restaurants in Vienna and a ‘Verzeichnis der aufliegenden Zeitungen und Zeitschriften’ at Café Reutter in Vienna.   1901, 1903-1904, 1908 and n.d.  1 cover, large size A3.
1491
Documents and notes in shorthand relating to charges brought against Nettlau for insulting a tramway conductor in Vienna.   1913.  1 cover.
1492
Ration coupons from World War I.   1915-1921.  1 folder.
1493
Notes, mainly of addresses and opening hours of musea in Vienna.   1919, 1921-1922.  1 cover.
1494
Notes and a list of contents relating to food parcels sent by friends and some other gifts.   1919-1931.  1 cover.
1495
Membership card of the Leihbibliothek Ehrenberg & Cie. in Vienna.   1922.  1 piece.
1496
Notes relating to the fatal illness of his landlady Caroline Herein, mother of Anny Herein, p. 1-100.With the text of a funeral speech by Nettlau (not delivered).   1924-1925.  1 cover.
1497
Notes relating to an earthquake in Vienna on 8-9 October 1927.   1927.  1 piece.
1498
Circulars relating to elections and contributions to the Evangelische Gemeinde in Vienna.   1928, 1930, 1932, 1937-1938.  1 cover.
1499
Card of the restaurant ‘Die Port van Cleve Amsterdam’.   N.d.  1 piece.
1500
Visiting cards of Nettlau.   N.d.  1 cover.

Personal interests


Neuwaldegg and Vienna
1501
Notes from old publications relating to the history of the park and the surroundings of Neuwaldegg made between c. 1880 and 1937. With clippings.   1880-1937 and n.d.  1 folder.
1502
Periodical with an article and a brochure relating to Neuwaldegg.   1877, 1932.  1 cover.
1503
Document, maps and postcards relating to Neuwaldegg. With a clipping.   [1835], 1879, 1890, 1914, 1924, 1935-1936, 1942 and n.d.  1 cover, large size A2.
1504
Notes partly in shorthand relating to daytrips and walks from Neuwaldegg and Vienna.   1879 and n.d.  1 cover.

Flora
1505-1506
Herbarium of wild flowers and trees.   N.d.  2 boxes.
NB. Possibly from his student period; not microfilmed. See also inv. no. 3588.
1505
A-C.
1506
D-Z.
1507
Nursery catalogue.   [1894].  1 piece.
1508
Notes in shorthand relating to plants at the Temple Flower Show.   1898.  1 cover.

Siskins
1509
Request forms of the British Museum of books on ornithology, in particular chrysomitris (carduelis, siskins).   1910-1913 and n.d.  1 folder.
1510
Bibliographical notes on siskins.   [c. 1910]-1913.  1 folder.
1511-1513
Notes (academic) relating to the life of siskins.   1911-1913 and n.d.  3 folders.
NB. Made out of the diary series of letters to Therese Bognar by Nettlau (inv. nos. 44-74).
1511
Page numbers 5263-5282, 6393-6412, 6433-6450, 6457-6472, 6477-6496, 6501-6508, 6513-6528, 6537-6560, 6573-6592, 6613-6616, 6629-6644, 6649-6666, 7771-7858.
1512
Page numbers 7903-7962, 7987-8046, 8063-8106, 9123-9302.
1513
Page numbers 9303-9418, 9423-9506, 9509-9544, 9561-9612.
1514
Manuscript ‘Zeisige’ (siskins) about his research into the optimal conditions of keeping these birds in a room (1915). With a list of the birds he kept from 1872-1886, 1901-1919 (-1924), some separate notes and clippings.   (1903-) 1915 (-1936).  1 folder.
1515
Copy of British Birds. An illustrated magazine devoted to the birds on the British List , Vol. III, no. 3.   1909.  1 volume.

Postcard collection
1516
Notes relating to his postcard collection. With an envelope and a clipping of the address of sellers of postcards.   1898 and n.d.  1 piece.
1517
Postcards.   c. 1892, 1897, 1903, 1905, 1918, 1935 and n.d.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. nos. 3589, 3889-3902.
1518
Notes and correspondence relating to the contents and arrangement of his postcard collection at the IISH.   1938 and n.d.  1 cover.
NB. Only a small part of the collection is still present.

Other subjects
1519
Catalogue de la Bibliothèque Secrète du Joyeux Viveur. Ouvrages Erotiques Français consacrés aux Femmes et à l’Amour . With a note.   1893.  1 cover.
1520
Notebook relating to his taste in and views on literature and art.   1894.  1 volume.
1521
Notes relating to plays he read by Henrik Ibsen and relating to his views on the character of northern German (Prussian) society. 1897, December 12-14.   1897.  1 cover.
1522
Notes relating to books he read as a child.   1898.  1 cover.
1523
Notes partly in shorthand relating to language, a citation from Goethe’s Faust II and poems of Heinrich Heine and Reinhard Volker.   1904-1905 and n.d.  1 cover.
1524
Library request forms for publications of the National-Bibliothek, Vienna, relating to the geography of Austria.   1920-1921 and n.d.  1 cover.
1525
Notes partly in shorthand relating to the technical side of the love act from a publication by Th.H. van de Velde on marriage.   1926.  1 cover.
1526
Notes on literature by Nettlau. Typed.   1938.  1 cover.
1527
Copy (draft) of a letter by Nettlau to an unknown person relating to the chess problems in a newspaper.   N.d.  1 piece.
1528
Fragments of French and Spanish sheet music. With a note.   N.d.  1 cover.

Finance


NB. See also inv. nos. 1562-1564, 1566.
1529
Documents and notes relating to his accounts and capital.   1892-1893, 1895, 1898, 1902, 1906, 1921, 1923, 1925-1926, 1938-1940 and n.d.  1 cover, large size A3.
NB. See also inv. no. 3585.
1530
Money orders sent from Vienna.   1895, 1904, 1906-1907, 1910.  1 cover.
1531
Documents relating to taxes.   1896, 1899-1900, 1915-1916, 1935.  1 cover.
1532-1533
Notebook and separate notes relating to (daily) expenses. With itinerary of his journey to Italy in 1899(?) and some addresses.   1898-1908.  1 volume and 1 cover.
1532
1898, October 1-1904, November 30. (volume)
1533
1904, December 1-1908, March.
1534
Letters and notes relating to a life insurance policy with the Compagnie d’Assurances Générales in Paris.   1902, 1905.  1 cover.
1535
Deposit books in the name of Max Nettlau, Agnes Nettlau-Kast and Olga Völk.   1909-1914, 1918-1919.  1 cover.
1536
Draft of a letter by Nettlau declining to buy the house Coeurderoy was born in.   1911.  1 piece.
1537
Documents and notes relating to money received (or due to receive) including a survey.   1911, 1913-1914, 1919-1936, 1938 and n.d.  1 cover..
NB. See also inv. no. 3585.
1538
Correspondence with the Deutsche Bank in Berlin relating to payments from the United States and in and from Germany.   1920-1923.  1 cover.
1539
Note and clippings of articles relating to Nettlau’s extremely stressed financial circumstances and appeal for support from L’Editorial Argonauta (Argentina), La Antorcha (Buenos Aires) and Le Libertaire (Paris).   1924.  1 cover, large size A2.
1540
Insurance policy of N.V. De Centrale (The Hague) guaranteeing Nettlau an annuity for the duration of his life dated 1935, December 27. With letters concerning payments.   1935-1937, 1939, 1941.  1 folder.

Health

1541
Note relating to his weight between 1894 and 1897 and in 1938.   [1897], 1938.  2 pieces.
1542
Documents relating to health and medical treatment. With documentation.   1893, 1907, 1912, 1914, 1928, 1934, 1937-[1938], 1944 and n.d.  1 cover.

Family and genealogy

1543-1558
Letters received from family members.   1872-1939 and n.d.  16 covers.
1543-1544
Kast, Carl (cousin) and family. 1905-1937.
1543
Kast, Carl. 1905.
1544
Kast, Marie and children. 1926-1927, 1929-1930, 1932, 1934, 1937.
1545-1547
Kast, Max (uncle) and family. 1872-1939.
1545
Kast Max. 1872, 1887, 1891, 1895.
1546
Kast, Agnes. With clippings and pamphlet A plan for Youth by Manly P. Hall (Los Angeles 1939) of the Philosophical Research Society. 1914, 1927-1931, 1934, 1936-1937, 1939.
1547
Kast, Caroline A. 1895.
1548-1549
Kolbe-Roloff, Mari (cousin) and family. 1909-1933.
1548
Kolbe-Roloff, Mari. With a postscript by Ida Pautsch-Kolbe 1924 and a letter by Karl-Heinz Roloff 1933. 1924-1925, 1927, 1933.
1549
Kolbe, Erna. c. 1909, 1916.
1550
Müller, Eduard and Herta Müller-Kolbe. 1923.
1551
Nettlau-Kast, Agnes (mother). 1892.
1552
Nettlau, Hermann (father). 1887, 1889-1890.
1553
Nettlau, Richard. 1929-1931.
NB. No relation.
1554
Pautsch, Emil and Ida Pautsch-Kolbe. 1924-1925, 1927-1928, 1930-1932.
1555-1557
Roloff, Karl (cousin) and family. 1902-1939 and n.d.
NB. Partly letters with postscripts and/or letters by other family members.
1555
Roloff, Karl. With a letter (draft?) by Nettlau 1933. 1902, 1906, 1909-1911, 1913, 1921, 1924-1933, 1936, 1938-1939. (folder)
1556
Roloff-Panitzsch, Elisabeth. 1926-1930, 1932 and n.d.
1557
Roloff, Karl Heinz. 1926-1934, 1936-1938 and n.d.
1558
Roloff, Maria (aunt). 1886.
1559
Notes, partly in shorthand, relating to a lecture and including the text of a circular his mother translated for his father.   1878.  1 cover.
1560
Notes based on letters to his father, which he destroyed, covering the period 1882-1890, 1892.   1900.  1 volume.
1561
Notes and letters relating to the genealogy of his family and notes on his ‘Ostpreuss[ische] Reise’ in March 1893, during which he collected data on his family tree, including shorthand notes on letters by Hermann Nettlau.   1893-1894, 1896, 1898, 1900-1902, 1908, 1922-1925, 1930-1931, 1935-1937 and n.d.  1 folder.
1562
Copy of, and statement of revision of the legacy of Hermann Nettlau.   1893.  1 piece.
1563
Copies of tax declarations on the Nettlau estate by Carl Kast.   1893-1895.  1 cover.
1564
Survey of Nettlau’s brother Ernst’s capital, income and expenses over 1892-1894. With a nursing bill.   [1895].  1 piece.
1565
Note relating to the death of Ernst Nettlau.   [1895].  1 piece.
1566
Statement relating to the legacy of Ernst Nettlau.   1895.  1 piece.
1567
Correspondence by Nettlau and documents relating to the death of his mother, Agnes Nettlau-Kast.   1898.  1 cover.
1568
Receipt of payment for the the maintenance of Hermann Nettlau’s grave in Vienna.   1903.  1 piece.

Therese Bognar, his fiancée

1569-1573
Letters received from Therese Bognar.   1901-1907.  5 folders.
1569
1901-1903.
1570
1904.
1571
1905.
1572
1906.
1573
1907. With separate envelopes.
1574
Documents relating to presents he gave Therese Bognar. With samples of silk and a later note.   1900-1901, 1905, (1937).  1 cover.
1575
Documents and notes by Nettlau relating to Therese Bognar’s illness.   1907.  1 cover.
1576
Telegram from Josef Cserny announcing Therese Bognar’s death May 26.   [1907].  1 piece.
1577
Death announcement of Theresia Rosalia Bognar.   1907.  1 piece.
1578
Letter by Nettlau to a friend, written directly after Therese’s death.   1907.  1 piece.
1579-1589
Letters of condolence received from friends and family. With a note.   1907.  11 covers.
1579
Bakunin, Marussia. With a note.
1580
Cornelissen, Christiaan.
1581
Dave, Victor.
1582
Davies, A.
1583
Gross, Jacques.
1584
Guillaume, James.
1585
Kast.
NB. Uncle and auntie, Potsdam.
1586
Roloff, D. (aunt) and Karl (cousin).
1587
Roloff, Maria (aunt).
1588
Vésinier, Pierre.
1589
Zibelin, Albert.
1590
Plan of the graveyard and price list. With notes.   [1907].  1 cover, large size A2.
1591-1593
Biography of Therese Bognar (1871-1907) by Nettlau. In shorthand.   1907-1908.  3 covers.
1591
1871-1900.
1592
1903-1906.
1593
1906-1907.
1594
Bill for portraits in bronze.   1908.  1 piece.
NB. Probably for Therese Bognar’s grave.
1595
Notes and catalogues relating to flowers and plants selected for Therese Bognar’s grave. With some dried flowers.   1907-1916 and n.d.  1 folder.
1596-1599
Letters received from Josef Cserny relating to maintenance of the grave. With letters by Ferenz Bognár, Therese’s father, passed on by Cserny.   1907-1918 and n.d.  4 folders.
1596
1907-1909.
NB. With a postcard by Nettlau to Cserny.
1597
1910-1911.
1598
1912-1913.
1599
1914-1916, 1918 and n.d.
1600
Bills for maintenance of the grave.   1912-1917.  1 cover..
1601
Slips of (regular) postal payments by Nettlau to Ferenz Bognár. With a note.   1912-1916.  1 cover.
1602
Documents relating to the settlement by Nettlau of Josef Cserny’s finances after his death in 1919. With some later notes.   1919, 1921.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 3909.
1603
Notes relating to the parentage of Josef Cserny.   1922 and n.d.  2 pieces.
NB. See also inv. no. 3910.

Testaments


NB. See also inv. nos. 2546-2549.
1604
Testament in which he leaves his collections to the British Museum.   1887.  1 piece.
1605
Short declarations relating to various boxes of his collection which he leaves to the British Museum.   1898.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 3590.
1606
Draft of a new testament after the death of Therese Bognar.   1907.  1 cover.
1607
Correspondence with the Königliche Bibliothek in Berlin relating to his intention of leaving his estate to it.   1911-1912.  1 cover.
1608
Notes, partly in shorthand relating to the terms of his testament.   1911.  1 cover.
1609
Letters received from Bernard Kampffmeyer, executor of his will. With letters by Erich Fabian, lawyer and concept of the testament of 1912, May 7.   1912.  1 cover.
1610
Letter by Gustav Landauer accepting the role of executor.   1912.  1 piece.
1611
Draft of his testament, p. 1-32, in which he leaves his collections to the Königliche Bibliothek in Berlin.   1912, May 13.  1 cover.
1612
Draft of his testament in which he leaves his collections to the Königliche Bibliothek, p. 1-33.   1912, May 20.  1 cover.
1613
Codicil to his testament of 1912, May 22, with a draft and a later additional codicil of 1928, October 23, cancelled. With letters confirming registration of the 1912 testament in Berlin and note declaring it invalid.   1912, 1933, 1936.  1 cover.
1614
Testament of 1934, May 24, in German, with a French version. With notes declaring it invalid 1936-1938 and a note of a verbal testament of 1936, October 30.   1934, 1936-1938.  1 cover.

Celebrations and death

1615-1623
Letters of congratulation for his 60th birthday. With some copies of periodicals with articles on the occasion.   1925.  8 covers and 1 cover, large size A2.
1615
Berkman, Alexander.
1616
Freie Arbeiter-Union Deutschlands (FAUD) (Max Winkler, Fritz Kater a.o.).
1617
Freiheits-Stimme, Gruppe (Buenos Aires).
1618
Goldsmith, Marie.
1619
Kelly, Harry.
1620
Mračnyj, Mark.
1621
Oeuvre Internationale des Éditions Anarchistes (Hugo Irene, Sébastien Faure a.o.).
1622
Rocker, Rudolf.
1623
Copies of periodicals. (cover, large size A2)
1624
Congratulation telegram of Fritz Brupbacher for his 70th birthday and copy of Le Reveil (Geneva) with an article on the occasion.   1935.  1 cover, large size A2.
1625
Documents concerning the death of Max Nettlau.   1944-1945.  1 cover.

PUBLIC LIFE


Membership and participation


NB. See also inv. nos. 3078-3135, 3592-3593.
1626
Notes relating to election returns made during a meeting of social democrats in Leipzig on 1887, February 2.   1887.  1 cover.
1627
Notes in shorthand possibly relating to the Freedom Group, the Socialist League and to other subjects. Incomplete.   [1887-1888], 1890, 1892 and n.d.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 3591.
1628
Notes of ‘Freedom Group discussions (?)’ probably on anarchist principles, p. 1-6.   1888.  1 cover.
1629
Membership cards of the Socialist League of the East London and Bloomsbury branches in Nettlau’s name.   1888-1889 and n.d.  1 cover.
NB. Water damage.
1630
Ticket of admission for a meeting of the Fabian Society.   1888, March 16.  1 cover.
NB. From the H. Jung archives.
1631
Notes in shorthand of the proceedings of the Fourth Annual Conference of the Socialist League, held in 1888, May 20, p. 1-37.   1888.  1 cover.
NB. Partly at the back of an article relating to Ireland (3 p.).
1632
Notes in shorthand relating to the proceedings at the Hainfelder Kongress in Vienna 1888, December 30-1889, January 1. With a ticket of admission in the name of Nettlau, stenographer, and some separate notes 1887 and n.d.   1887-1889 and n.d.  1 cover.
1633
Notes relating to a discussion on the political views of the Socialist League opposing the reform policies of the social democrats. Incomplete.   1889, June 5.  1 piece.
1634
Carte de délégué (in the name of Netlow) representing the Norwich Branch of the Socialist League at the Congrès International Ouvrier Socialiste de Paris 1889, July 14-21. With visiting card of the ‘Salle Petrelle’, used during the Congress and invitation card for a reception.   1889.  1 cover.
1635
Report by Nettlau for the Norwich Branch of the Socialist League of the proceedings of the Congrès International Ouvrier de Paris.   1889.  1 cover.
1636
Translation in German by Nettlau of a resolution by Saverio Merlino relating to labour legislation and text of a statement written by Nettlau of English and Italian delegates in which they declare their retirement from the Marxist congress in Paris. With some notes.   [1889] and n.d.  1 cover.
1637
Declaration of the Socialist League, Norwich Branch appointing Nettlau delegate to the Anarchist Congress (Réunion Anarchiste Internationale) in Paris in 1889, September.   1889.  1 piece.
1638
Notes in shorthand of the International Anarchist Meetings (Réunion Anarchiste Internationale) in the Salle Morel in Paris, 1889, September.   1889.  1 cover.
1639
Notes in shorthand of a lecture by Mrs. A. Besant on spiritualism in the Hall of Science [London].   1890, May 11.  1 cover.
1640
Notes in shorthand of the Sixth Annual Conference of the Socialist League, held in 1890, May 25.   1890.  1 cover.
1641
Copy of Nettlau’s letter of resignation from the Socialist League,   1890, August 24.  1 piece.
1642
Text of a motion relating to ‘the principal points of socialist propaganda’.   1891, February.  1 piece.
1643
Documents relating to the Lese- und Discutirclub ‘Veritas’ in Vienna.   1891-1892.  1 cover.
1644
Invitation for a meeting in Vienna on trade union matters, issued by Richard Singer.   1892.  1 piece.
1645
Notes in shorthand made during the Congres of the Sozialdemokratische Arbeiterpartei in Österreich, 1892, June 5-9. With a guest card in Nettlau’s name.   1892.  1 cover.
NB. Sequence undetermined.
1646
Notes marked ‘The land and the people’, [probably of a lecture in Wembley Park (?), London], 1896, June 14, p. 1-32.   1896.  1 cover.
1647
Notes in shorthand of a lecture by G. B. Shaw in Hammersmith.   1896.  1 cover.
NB. Text of the lecture published in the Labour Leader (London) 1896, December 19.
1648
Declaration by Nettlau for Alfred Marsh relating to permission to transact all matters connected with the printing plant at the Freedom premises during his absence. Handwritten.   1896.  1 cover.
1649
Note by Nettlau defending the Socialist League, accused of being a failure at a meeting of the Hammersmith Socialist Society.   1897, January 17.  1 piece..
NB. See also inv. no. 3592.
1650
Notes by Nettlau on a series of lectures by John Turner starting January 25 for the article ‘Personal Impressions of the United States’ published in Freedom (London) and of a lecture on Tolstoj by J. Kenworthy between February 1 and 22.   1897.  1 cover.
1651
Notes in shorthand relating to the Anarchist Communist Conference of the London English Anarchists, p. 5-12. Incomplete.   1897, December 27.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 3593.
1652
Ticket of admission to a lecture on ‘Humanitarianism True and False’, Essex Hall, London. With directions to H.M. Kelly, Cambridge Road on the back.   1902.  1 piece.
1653
Ticket of admission to the Queen Square Club, Bloomsbury, London.   1906.  1 piece.
1654
Ticket of admission for a meeting, organized by the English Socialist Societies, celebrating the anniversary of the Paris Commune in Store Street Hall, London.   N.d.  1 piece.
1655
Receipt for a donation to the Italian Defence Committee (Comitato Italiano Pro-Vittime Politiche) in New York.   1921.  1 cover.
1656-1664
Letters to Nettlau relating to the suspension of Freedom (London).   1927-1930.  9 covers.
1656
Barker, Ambrose G. 1928, 1930.
1657
Berkman, Alexander. 1928.
1658
Cores, George. 1928, 1930.
1659
Goldman, Emma. 1928, 1930.
1660
Keell, Thomas H. With notes. 1927-1928, 1930.
1661
Lawrence, Georges. 1928.
1662
Meachem, P.F. 1928.
1663
Ramus, Pierre. 1928.
1664
Shapiro, Alexander. 1930.
1665
Invitation by Detter Radish for a meeting with a comrad from Berlin in Café Göttlicher, Vienna.   1931.  1 cover.

Authorship


Major works by Nettlau

Bibliography of Anarchism
1666
Manuscript of ‘Essai d’une bibliographie de l’anarchie’, 194 p. folio.   c. 1896.  1 folder.
NB. Published with an introduction by Elisée Reclus as Bibliographie de l’anarchie , Bibliothèque des Temps Nouveaux , no. 8, Bruxelles, Paris 1897. See also inv. nos. 774 and 1004 for correspondence relating to the bibliography.
1667-1668
Proofs of Bibliographie de l’anarchie . With extensive corrections.   c. 1896-1897.  2 folders.
1667
Different versions, incomplete.
1668
Notes and manuscript for and proofs of Errata.
1669-1670
Notes for ‘Essai d’une bibliographie de l’anarchie’.   1893-c. 1896.  2 folders.
1669
Notes for the 1893 version.
NB. The manuscript was burned in the summer of 1893.
1670
Notes for the 1897 version.
1671
Notes by Elisée Reclus relating to Bibliographie de l’anarchie .   [c. 1896].  1 cover.
NB. Received in 1911 from Louise Dumesnil.
1672
Mailing lists for the Bibliographie de l’anarchie made by Nettlau; with additions and corrections by Nettlau, August Vermeylen , John Henry Mackay and a clipping of a review written by A. Hamon .   1896-1897.  1 cover.

Michael Bakunin

Michel Bakounine. Oeuvres
1673
Manuscript (draft) of an ‘Introduction’ to unpublished work by Bakunin, 15 p. folio.   1894.  1 cover.
NB. Nettlau edited the first volume Oeuvres. Fédéralisme, socialisme et antithéologisme. Lettres sur le patriotisme. Dieu et l’Etat (Paris 1895), James Guillaume published Vol. 2-6 (Paris 1907-1913).
1674
Notes relating to Bakunin manuscripts and their publication, 4 p. folio and 14 p. octavo.   1890s, 1900s and n.d.  1 cover.

Michael Bakunin. Eine Biographie
1675-1687
Michael Bakunin. Eine Biographie. (The Life of Michael Bakounine). Privately printed (reproduced by the autocopyist) by the author , 3 vols. (London   1896-1900 ), 1294 p. folio. Nettlau’s working copy with additional corrections on several pages.  12 folders and 1 cover.
NB. See also IISH library ref. An 25/1-1A-B o.k. for another one of the 50 numbered volumes which Nettlau distributed.
1675-1678
Vol. 1. 1896, Feb. 21 - 1898, March 13.
1675
‘Band I’. Chapter I - XXX, p. [1-2], I-V, 1-198.
1676
Notes 1-1341, p. *1-*110 and Supplements 1342-1405, p. *110-*121B to Chapter I - XXX.
NB. Nettlau added an asterix (*) refers to the page numbers to distinguish them from the numbers of the notes.
1677
‘Band II’. Chapter XXXI - XXXIV, p. 199-250.
1678
Notes 1406-1542 to Chapter XXXI - XXXIV, p. *122-*136.
1679-1683
Vol. 2. 1898, March 17- 1899, April 9.
1679
‘Band II’. Chapter XXXIV (continuation) - XL, p. VI-VII, 251-379.
1680
‘Band II’. Chapter XLI - XLVIII, p. 380-494.
1681
Notes 1543-2335 to Chapter XXXIV - XLVIII, p. *138-*215.
1682
‘Band III’. Chapter IL - LIV, p. 495-561.
1683
Notes 2336-2513 to Chapter IL - LIV, p. *216-*248 and Supplements 2514-2582 to Chapter I - LIV, p. *248-*260.
1684-1687
Vol. 3. 1899, April 27 - 1900, July 8.
1684
‘Band III’. Chapter LV - LX , p. VIII-IX, 562-686.
1685
‘Band III’. Chapter LXI - LXX, p. 687-837.
1686
Notes 2583-3849 to Chapter LV - LXX, p. *261-*397.
1687
Supplements 3850-4109 to Chapter I - LXX, p. *398-*446. (cover)
1688
‘Key to the figures in the Biography of Bakunine’, 4 p. folio.   1904.  1 cover.
NB. Note by Nettlau: ‘Of great importance for the understanding of this book. To be published in 1920.’
1689-1694
Draft of and notes for Michael Bakunin. Eine Biographie . 7 notebooks in quarto, unpaged; in disorder, partly crossed out by Nettlau.   1894, May-1898, Jan.  6 folders.
NB. All notebooks are partly in shorthand, with several pages - partly of a different size - inserted or pasted in.
1689
‘Bakunin 1843-1848/49’. 1894, May 10-June 3.
1690
‘Bakunin 1849-1862’. 1894, June 3-July 2; 1895, June 6-14.
NB. Revised ‘14.2.97-9.4.97) 53 Tage’.
1691
‘Bakunin 1814-1842, 1863-1867’. 1895, Jan. 29-April 2.
NB. Revised ‘definitiv Florenz 30/4 97-16/1 98’.
1692
‘Bakunin 1868-Sept. 1870’. 1895, May 11-June, 1.
NB. Revised ‘19/5 98-’.
1693
‘Bakunin 1864-1869’. 1895, April 2-May 11.
NB. Revised ‘definitiv: 3/2 1898-18/5 98’.
1694
‘Bakunin 1862-1868’. Mostly in shorthand. 1895, June 14-July 1.
NB. Revised ‘9.4.97-30.4.97 + 19.1.98-25.1.98’.
1695
Acknowledgments of receipt of the Bakunin biography from libraries in Berlin, Dresden, London, Paris, Prague, Rapperswyl, St. Petersburg and Vienna, and some other correspondence.   1898-1900.  1 folder.
1696
Copy of a letter by Nettlau relating to the sending of vol. 3 of his Bakunin biography to a library in Switzerland (Geneva) by J. Mesnil.   c. 1902.  1 cover.

Supplement to ‘Michael Bakunin. Eine Biographie’
1697-1700
Manuscript of ‘Nachträge’ for Michael Bakunin. Eine Biographie , unpaged folio.   1903-1904.  4 folders.
NB. Sewn together Nettlau; several pages of a different size inserted later; not published; manuscript used by James Guillaume for his L’Internationale. Documents et Souvenirs 1864-1878 , 4 vols. (Paris 1905-1910).
1697
Vol. 1 (‘1814-Sept. 1868’): Chapter I-XXXIV and notes 4110-4290.
1698
Vol. 2 (‘September 1868-August 1871’): Chapter XXXV-LIV and notes 4291-4476.
1699
Vol. 3 (‘September 1871-1. Juli 1876'): Chapter LV-LXX and notes 4477-4656B, 4657-4659, 4674-4695, 4698-4699A, 4738-4757.
NB. From autumn 1873 (Chapter LXVII, note 4657) split into ‘Öffentliche Abteilung’ and ‘Private Abteilung’.
1700
Vol. 3 (‘Private Abteilung’): notes 4660-4673, 4696-4697, 4699, 4700-4737, 4758-4770.
1701
Outlines of ‘Nachträge’ from 1903-1905 referring to notes on Bakunin, 38 p. folio. Mostly crossed out.   1903-1906.  1 cover.
1702
Additions to and corrections of ‘Nachträge’. With separate bibliographical notes, c. 45 p. quarto.   1900s.  1 cover.

Michael Bakunin: Jugend und erste Kämpfe ...
1703
Manuscript of ‘Michael Bakunin: Jugend und erste Kämpfe (1814-1857)’, p. I-III and 318 p. quarto. 1903.  1 folder.
NB. Not published; unfinished biography.

Michael Bakunin. Gesammelte Werke
1704
Manuscript of Michael Bakunin. Gesammelte Werke , Vol. 3. Incomplete, p. 14-101 and p. 232.   1924.  1 folder.
NB. Mainly written on the back of a discarded manuscript on Malatesta; other pages missing from the manuscript of Gesammelte Werke were later used for drafts of and notes for other projects. Nettlau selected and translated Bakunin’s Gesammelte Werke Vol. 2 and 3 (Berlin 1923-1924).
1705
Proofs of Michael Bakunin. Gesammelte Werke Vol. 3. Incomplete, pages 103-104, 106-115. With corrections and on the back notes concerning Bakunin 1840/41.   1924, May 5.  1 cover, large size A2.
NB. On the back also Nettlau’s note: ‘14/2 1925 dies von Rubintschik [ Rubinčik ] aus Tomsk durch Mracny [Mračnyj] (Berlin) erhalten, ganz unvermutet’.

Michael Bakunin [Neue Biographie]
1706-1713
Manuscript of ‘Michael Bakunin [Neue Biographie]’; in 4 vols., 1078 p. folio.   1924-1926.  8 folders.
NB. Not published.
1706-1707
Vol. 1. ‘Mai 1814 bis Mai 1849', 265 p.
1706
Chapter I-XXX.
1707
Notes and contents, p. 221ff.
1708-1709
Vol. 2. ‘Mai 1849 bis September 1868', 272 p.
1708
Chapter I-XXIII.
1709
Notes and contents, p. 221ff.
1710-1711
Vol. 3. ‘Ende Sept. 1868 - Ende Mai 1871', 250 p.
1710
Chapter I-XV.
1711
Notes and contents, p. 212ff.
1712-1713
Vol. 4. ‘Juni 1871 - 1. Juli 1876', 291 p.
1712
Chapter I-XX.
1713
Notes and contents, p. 237ff.
1714
Notes for additions to ‘Michael Bakunin [Neue Biographie]’, 4 p. quarto.   1927, 1930s.  1 cover.
1715
Drafts of several outlines for the biography Vol. 1-3 referring to numbered notes, c. 55 p. quarto. With additions and corrections, partly in shorthand, 15 p. c. 1920s.  1 cover.
NB. Partly on the back of discarded manuscripts.
1716
Draft of an outline for the biography of Bakunin, 49 p. quarto. Partly in shorthand. With a draft note relating to a manuscript on Bakunin 1849-1868 for La Protesta (Buenos Aires), 2 p. folio.   1925, 1930s.  1 cover.
1717
Draft notes for different publications on Bakunin referring to octavo notes. Partly crossed out.   1890s-1930s.  1 folder.

Articles on Bakunin
1718
Clippings from Freiheit (New York) of ‘Zur Biographie Bakunin’s’, pasted on sheets c. 170 p. folio. With extensive comments referring to the numbered notes on Bakunin, mostly crossed out by Nettlau.   c. 1891.  1 folder.
NB. Published as a series 1891, Jan.-April.
1719
Part of an early manuscript version of ‘Zur Biographie Bakunin’s’ (‘II. Bakunin in Deutschland und der Schweiz; III. Bakunin in Frankreich’), 8 p. folio.   c. 1890.  1 cover.
1720
Draft of an outline probably for ‘Zur Biographie Bakunin’s’ referring to numbered notes, 58 p. quarto. Mostly in shorthand.   c. 1890.  1 cover.
NB. For a large part on the back of pages from Nettlau’s university period.
1721
Manuscript of ‘Essai d’une bibliographie des écrits, lettres etc. de Michel Bakounine’, 10 p. folio. With draft notes, partly crossed out.   1893, Jan. 5.  1 cover.
NB. On p. 9/10 text is missing because of damage.
1722
Earlier version of ‘Essai d’une bibliographie des écrits, lettres etc. de Michel Bakounine’, 8 p. folio. With additional comments by James Guillaume.   1891.  1 cover.
1723
Manuscript (draft) of ‘M.B. in den Jahren 1848-49', 14 p. folio. Partly in shorthand.   1898, March 1-2.  1 cover.
NB. On the back of a page of the first big Bakunin biography. Published as ‘Michael Bakunin in den Jahren 1848-1849' in Sozialistische Monatshefte (Berlin), 1898, p. 187-195.
Manuscript of ‘Bakunin und die russische revolutionäre Bewegung in den Jahren 1868-1873.   Summer 1913 ’, see inv. nos. 64 and 83.
NB. Published in Grünberg, Archiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung (Leipzig), 1915, p. 357-422.
1724
Manuscript (draft) on Bakunin beginning with ‘A peine le quatrième hiver passé ...’, p. 1-12 folio.   1921.  1 cover.
NB. Written on waste paper; note by Nettlau: ‘4 Oct. Abends verfeinert ins reine geschrieben’.
1725
Manuscript of ‘The socalled “Confession” of Bakunin in 1851', p. V-VIII, p. 21-40 folio. With a letter by Joseph J. Cohen ( Freie Arbeiter Stimme , New York).   1922, March 6.  1 folder.
NB. Part of the text is missing because of damage by fire, Cohen returned the manuscript in June 1922 requesting a revised version.
1726
Printed article ‘Gli amici e i compagni di Bakunin’, published in Fede! Settimanale anarchico ... (Rome), no. 128,   1926 , July 29.  1 cover, large size A2.
Printed article ‘A Travesty of Bakunin’,   1929, March 23 , published in Freedom bulletin (London),1929, May, see inv. no. 2565.  .
1727
Proofs of ‘Aeltere und neuere Arbeiten über Bakunin’, published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1930, Nr. 11.   1930, Aug. 3.  1 cover, large size A2.

Notes on Bakunin

NB. Concerns copies or excerpts of manuscripts, letters and rare publications as well as shorthand notes and some transcripts of conversations with friends or acquaintances of Bakunin; see also inv. nos. 2093-2105.
1728-1734
Copies, excerpts and notes numbered i16+, p. 1-3000 (‘erste Bkn notes 1891-94 - viele Erinnerungen vieler’), c. 3200 p. octavo. Mostly in shorthand.   1891, Dec.-c. 1899.  7 folders.
1728
Pages i16+ 1-500, including several pages of additions to i16+ 17, 291, 295 and 499.
1729
Pages i16+ 501-869, 901-1000, including several pages of additions to i16+ 681, 751 and 999.
1730
Pages i16+ 1001-1054, 1201-1280, including several pages in a different size.
1731
Pages i16+ 2001-2144, 2301-2414, 2423-2464, including several pages of additions to i16+ 2081, 2114 and 2423.
1732
Pages i16+ 2465-2660, 2663-2800, including several pages of additions to i16+ 2543 and 2799.
NB. Pages i16+ 2491 ff. made in Rapperswyl in 1893.
1733
Pages i16+ 2801-3000, including many pages of additions to i16+ 2842, 2921, 2999.
NB. Pages i16+ 2847-2850 appear twice. Pages i16+ 2499+ 69 made in Rapperswyl in 1897; most of the additions made in 1899.
1734
Copies of letters by Bakunin to Adolf Reichel 1850, to ‘Mes chers amis’ 1872 and to A. Vogt 1874, not numbered.
1735-1739
Copies, excerpts and notes numbered 3003-3134, 3141-3620, 3701-3725 (‘Folio-Notizen’ on Bakunin), c. 640 p. Partly in shorthand.   1892, Dec.-1893, March.  5 folders.
1735
Pages 3003-3134.
1736
Pages 3141-3312.
NB. Pages 3306-3312 blank.
1737
Pages 3313-3452, including several pages of additions to 3377.
NB. Pages 3385-3443 in shorthand.
1738
Pages 3453-3620.
1739
Pages 3701-3725, including several pages of additions.
1740-1746
Copies, excerpts and notes numbered 7001-7522 (‘Folio-Notizen’ on Bakunin), c. 530 p. Partly in shorthand.   1893, July-Dec.  7 covers, large size A3.
NB. Several pages in a different size.
1740
Pages 7001-7080.
1741
Pages 7081-7138.
1742
Pages 7139-7182, 7195-7230.
1743
Pages 7231-7298, including some pages of additions to 7298.
1744
Pages 7299-7370.
1745
Pages 7371-7454, including several pages of additions to 7416.
1746
Pages 7455-7522, including several pages of additions to 7481 and 7502. Also with notes in shorthand dated Jan. 2, 1894 relating to Danesi (Ploesci), C. Terzaghi and Bakunin, 3 p. folio.
1747-1753
Copies, excerpts and notes numbered 5001-5110, 6001-6982 and 001-066 (‘Notizen 4º’ on Bakunin), c. 1170 p. Partly in shorthand.   1894-1900.  7 folders.
NB. Several pages in a different size.
1747
Pages 5001-5110, including several pages of additions to 5061. Mostly in shorthand. 1895, Feb.-March; 1898, May.
1748
Pages 6001-6300. Mostly in shorthand. 1894, Aug.-1896, June.
1749
Pages 6301-6450. Mostly in shorthand. 1895, June-1896, April.
1750
Pages 6451-6570. From 1896, Dec.
1751
Pages 001-066. Mostly in shorthand. 1897, Aug.-1898, March.
1752
Pages 6571-6766. 1899, June-July.
1753
Pages 6767-6982. 1899, Aug.-1900, May.
1754
Copies and excerpts of letters by Bakunin and other documents in Russian at the Musée National Polonais in Rapperswyl, numbered D01-[D093], notebook in quarto. Mostly in translation and in shorthand.   1899, Nov.-1900, June.  1 folder.
1755-1767
Copies, excerpts and notes (‘Notizen 4º’ on Bakunin), c. 2000 p. Partly in shorthand.   1900-c.1935.  13 folders.
NB. Several pages in a different size.
1755
Pages 1-240. 1900-c. 1903.
1756
Pages 241-520. 1900s.
NB. Copies of Bakunin papers.
1757
Pages 521-592. With a shorthand note of a conversation with Elisée Reclus dated 1903, March 11. 1902-1903.
1758
Pages 601-712. 1903, Oct.-Dec.
1759
Pages 713-908. In shorthand. 1904, Jan.-April.
1760
Pages 909-1130. Partly in shorthand. 1904.
NB. Note by Nettlau on p. 1105: ‘909-1105 noch nicht Index’; on p. 1130: ‘all dies (bis hierher, 1130) für das Suppl. verwendet bis auf die langen Excerpte aus dem Necaev-Process 1871 - dies nicht.’
1761
Pages 1131-1290. Partly in shorthand. 1904, Oct. 17-1905, March.
1762
Pages 1291-1434, 1441-1442, including several pages of additions to p. 1433 and 1437. Mostly in shorthand. 1907, Jan.; 1911, Feb.; 1912, Feb.; 1926, March.
1763
Pages 1443-1534, 1539-1568, including several pages of additions to p. 1528, 1529, 1533 and 1537. Mostly in shorthand. 1907, Oct.-1908, March; 1909, Jan.-Feb.; 1910, Oct. and later; 1918, June.
1764
Pages 1583-1584, 1589-1652, including several pages of additions to p. 1652. Partly in shorthand. 1910, Feb. and later; 1922, Sept.; 1923, Oct.; 1924, Dec.; 1925, Feb., July-Nov.
NB. See also inv. no. 1697 for page 1597/1598, Chapter XXI.
1765
Pages 1653-1776, including several pages of additions to p. 1659, 1667 and 1752. Partly in shorthand. 1924, Dec.-1925, Nov.
1766
Pages 1777-1836. Partly in shorthand. 1923, April-1926, Aug.
1767
Pages 1837-1845, 1855-1940, including some pages of additions to p. 1898 and 1922. Mostly in shorthand. 1926, July-1929, April; 1934-1935.

Copies by Nettlau of manuscripts by Bakunin

NB. Other copies by Nettlau are included in the separate archive of Bakunin.
1768
Copy of ‘Programme de la Société de la Révolution Internationale’ by Bakunin (1865), 37 p. quarto. With a remark in shorthand by Nettlau.   1895, March.  1 folder.
1769
Copy of a part of L’Empire knouto-germanique et la Révolution sociale ’ (p. 248-287; 1871), 35 p. folio. With a copy of and notes relating on Dieu et l’Etat (1870), 3 p. folio.   1890s.  1 cover, large size A3.
NB. Enclosed also notes by James Guillaume [1890s?], 3 p.
1770
Copy (fragment) of manuscripts by Bakunin, 3 p. quarto. Partly in shorthand.   1900s?  1 cover.

Work indices for notes on Bakunin
1771
List of contents of notes on Bakunin. Unsorted, 26 p. quarto.   c. 1890(?)  1 cover.
1772
Index referring to notes in octavo (inv. nos. 2036-2077). Unsorted, c. 30 p. octavo. Mostly crossed out.   c. 1890(?) and later.  1 cover..
1773
Several sets of outlines for one of the publications on Bakunin referring to notes in octavo (inv. nos. 2036-2077), c. 20 p. quarto. Partly crossed out.   c. 1890(?)  1 cover.
1774
Outline (drafts) and notes for one of the publications on Bakunin referring to publications and notes on him. Unsorted, c. 60 p. folio. Partly crossed out.   1923-c. 1925.  1 cover.
NB. On the back of pages of the final manuscript of Bakunin, Gesammelte Werke ; probably for a series of articles in Spanish.

Critical reflections on anarchist theory
1775
Manuscript of ‘Some criticism of some current anarchist beliefs. (Not for publication but for communication to friends and comrades)’, 49 p. folio.   2nd half of 1901.  1 cover.
1776
Manuscript of ‘Resumé d’un manuscrit écrit en êté 1901. Abstraction faite ...’, 24 p. octavo.   1902, Jan. 27-28.  1 cover.
1777
Manuscript of ‘Essai d'une critique de quelques tendances actuelles du mouvement anarchiste’, 191 p. quarto. With enclosed ‘Tout mon raisonnement se base sur le fait “que les hommes son différents l’un de l’autre” ...’, 3 p.   1902, Aug. 24-Sept. 5.  1 folder.
NB. Not published.
1778
Former version of the manuscript of ‘Essai d'une critique ...’, 198 p. quarto. With comments by J. Mesnil(?).   1902, June, 6-23.  1 folder.
1779-1781
Copies of and excerpts from writings from anarchists and socialists, 134 p. quarto.   1902, Aug.-Sept.  3 covers.
1779
Pages x1-39 with quotations from articles by Voltairine de Cleyre , Ricardo Mella and others.
1780
Pages xx1-52 with quotations from letters by Jacques Gross (=A) and Jacques Mesnil (=B).
1781
Pages xxx1-8 and 35 p. (not numbered) with quotations from Petr Kropotkin (=E) and others (‘Appendix. Additions et corrections’).

Buonarroti and Secret Societies
1782
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘1. Filippo Buonarroti. Die geistige Entwicklung ...’. Incomplete, p. 4-7 folio.   1900s.  1 cover.
1783
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘ I. Joachim Paul de Prati , Edler von Branfeld ...’, p. 1-34 folio. With a copy of ‘Credo’ (incomplete) and notes, 4 p. folio.   Before 1905.  1 cover.
NB. ‘Rev[ised] 3/1 05-9/3 06', with many additional comments.
1784
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘Auf Luigi Angeloni war ich, von italienischer Emigrationsliteratur abgesehen, ...’, p. 1-[26] folio.   1905.  1 cover.
1785-1793
Notes, copies and excerpts on Secret Societies and Buonarroti, c. 1200 p. quarto, with several in a different size. Partly in shorthand.   1901-1908 (?)  5 folders and 4 covers.
NB. For work indices see also inv. nos. 1796-1797.
1785
Pages 1-206.
NB. Includes a copy of Buonarroti’s autobiography ‘Précis historique concernant ...’, p. 45-50.
1786
Pages 207-400, including several pages of additions to p. 290 and 344.
1787
Pages 401-610, including several pages of additions to p. 544.
1788
Pages 611-822.
1789
Pages 963-1168.
1790
Pages 2001-2070, 2121-2122, 2143-2146, 2189-2192, 2195-2220. (cover)
1791
Pages 2225-2282, including several pages of additions to p. 2232, 2248 and 2254. (cover)
1792
Note booklet ‘Buonarroti notes 1-968. August 1906'. Mostly bibliographical notes. Partly in shorthand. 1906 and later. (cover)
NB. On the back: ‘meist: Buonarroti / wenig: Bakunin, précurseurs / ornithol. / Viennensia -’.
1793
Unpaged notes including an excerpt of ‘Analyse de la doctrine de Babeuf ...’ and annex, 15 p. quarto. (cover)
1794
Excerpt of Histoire des sociétés secrètes de l’armée, et des conspirations militaires ... (Paris 1815), 20 p. folio.   1900s.  1 cover.
1795
Copy made by Nettlau of [Buonarroti], ‘Del Governo d’un popola in rivolta per conseguire la Libertà (1833)’, 16 p. quarto.   1901.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 1785 for a copy of Buonarroti’s autobiography.
1796-1797
Work indices of the notes on Secret Societies and Buonarroti (inv. nos. 1785-1791), c. 100 p. 1900s.  2 covers.
1796
Index, p. 1-54, 63-68, 75-94 folio.
1797
Index, unpaged, 20 p. folio.

Ernest Coeurderoy
1798-1799
Manuscript of a biography of Coeurderoy, 316 p. quarto. In French.   1910, June-July.  2 folders.
NB. Not published; written in notebooks. See also inv. no. 1802 for the abridged final version.
1798
Pages 1-142.
1799
Pages 143-316.
NB. Table of contents on p. 315-316.
1800
Draft of the Coeurderoy biography, written in ‘Crane’s Commercial Diary for 1908', c. 120 p. folio. With several pages of additions in different size inserted later. Partly in shorthand, mostly crossed out.   1909.  1 cover.
1801
Outline of contents of the biography referring to Coeurderoy’s Jours d’exil Vol. I-III and to Nettlau’s numbered notes, c. 50 p. quarto.   c. 1909.  1 cover.
NB. All pages crossed out.
1802
Manuscript of ‘Notice biographique sur Ernest Coeurderoy (1825-1862)’, 94 p. quarto.   1910, Sept.-Nov.  1 folder.
NB. Published in Coeurderoy, Oeuvres. Jours d’exil Vol. I-III (Paris 1910-1911); several pages partly illegible because of damage.
1803
Manuscript of the ‘Notice biographique’ sent off for revision, 151 p. quarto. With corrections by James Guillaume.   1910, May 29.  1 cover.
NB. Manuscript crossed out by Nettlau.
1804
Draft of the ‘Notice biographique’, 83 p. folio. With a draft of a contents concerning three versions.   1910, May-June.  1 cover.
NB. Manuscript crossed out by Nettlau.
1805-1806
Notes on Coeurderoy, c. 170 p. quarto. Partly in shorthand, unsorted.   1890s-1910s and n.d.  2 covers.
NB. See also inv. nos. 2085-2086.
1805
Excerpts of publications and notes including conversations with various persons, c. 120 p. quarto.
NB. Partly numbered M 1-50, 55-68.
1806
Bibliographical and biographical notes including the family genealogy, c. 50 p. quarto, several pages of a different size. With draft notes.
1807
Copies by Nettlau of publications by Coeurderoy from the period 1849 until 1854, c. 180 p. quarto. With a photocopy of a dedication to Gaspesino (?) 1852.   1898, 1909-1911.  1 folder.
NB. Includes amongst others articles from L’Union républicaine. Journal de l’Yonne (1849, 1851), ‘Du droit d’asile’ from La Voix du Proscrit (Paris 1851) and La Barrière de Combat (1852).
1808-1810
Proofs of Ernest Coeurderoy, Oeuvres. Jours d’exil Vol. I-III (Paris 1910-1911) with corrections.   1910.  3 covers.
1808
Vol. I, p. I-VIII, 1-24, 325-450. With a copy of portrait published in Vol. I.
1809
Vol. II, p. V-XXVI, 217-432 and some pages of the 2nd and 3rd correction.
1810
Vol. III, p. 1-443.
1811
Drafts of letters by Nettlau and by Jacques Mesnil relating to the publication of Jours d’exil . With mailing lists by Nettlau and invoice of the publisher P.-V. Stock (Paris).   1910-1914.  1 cover.
1812
Printed copy of the article ‘Ernest Coeurderoy’ published in Grünberg, Archiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung (Leipzig), 1910, p. 316-332. With manuscript (draft), incomplete, 2 p. folio.   1910, Aug. 30.  1 folder.
1813
Clipping of Nettlau’s article ‘Ernest Coeurderoy’ presenting Vol. I of Oeuvres. Jours d’exil , published in Freedom (London), Nov. 1910. Also with clippings of announcements and other reviews of Coeurderoy’s Jours d’exil .   1910-1912.  1 cover, large size A2.

World War I
1814-1815
Manuscript in notebooks beginning with ‘A mes amis et anciens amis et camarades en France et en Angleterre, Belgique et Hollande, Suisse et Italie’, 1400 p. quarto, unfinished. With an excerpt of Mémoires du duc de Persigny ... (Paris 1896) and separate notes.   1914, Sept. 15-1915, March 24.  2 folders.
NB. Includes p. 456a; p. 292, 293 and 586 appear twice; text jumps from p. 1096 to p. 1098.
1814
Part 1.
1815
Part 2.
1816
Manuscripts of ‘Fiction des “frontières naturelles” de la France’ and ‘L’Allemagne et la France - une discussion’, 17 p. and 9 p. quarto.   1916, Feb. 2 and n.d.  1 cover.
1817-1819
Manuscript in notebooks beginning with ‘For nearly twel[ve] months I have not written a line of English, nor talked a word of it ...’, 681 p. quarto.   1915, July 22-1916, Feb. 9.  3 folders.
1817
Notebook 1-3.
1818
Notebook 4.
1819
Notebook 5. With a separate draft of contents, note ‘Belgien betreffend’ (2 p. folio) and clippings.
NB. Clippings relate to p. 626-627; p. 648, 649 appear twice.
1820
Notes by Nettlau from newspapers relating to World War I, c. 60 p. quarto. Mostly in shorthand.   1916, Jan. 12-Aug. 1.  1 cover.
1821
Notes on lies by the enemy, entitled ‘Kleine Staaten, kleine Nationen’, 7 p. quarto.   1916, Dec. 28.  1 cover.

Biography of Errico Malatesta
1822
Proofs of ‘Errico Malatesta. Rough Outlines of his Life up till 1920', incomplete. With corrections and a note.   1920, Aug.  1 cover, large size A2.
NB. Published as a series in Freedom (London), 1920, Sept.-Nov.
1823
Manuscript (draft) of the contents and a few pages of ‘Errico Malatesta. A biographical sketch’, p. 142-143, 145 folio. With some drafts.   1921-1922.  1 cover.
1824
Note by Nettlau of errata of Errico Malatesta. Das Leben eines Anarchisten (Berlin 1922) and a few pages probably of the final manuscript.   N.d.  1 piece.
1825-1826
Additions, corrections and notes for the Spanish translation of Errico Malatesta. Das Leben eines Anarchisten (Berlin 1922). Mainly in French.   1922-1923.  2 folders.
NB. Published as Errico Malatesta. La vida de un anarquista (Buenos Aires 1923).
1825
Copy of the German edition, 177 p., with corrections and additions in French, 48 p. 1923(?)
1826
Extensive corrections of and additions to the German edition (‘la seconde partie’), mainly in French and Spanish, 67 p. With an accompanying letter to Diego Abad de Santillán including some additions. 1923.
1827
Copy by Nettlau of a letter by Malatesta to Armando Borghi relating to Umanitá nova .   1923, Feb.  1 cover.
NB. Original was sent by Abad de Santillán to Nettlau.
1828
Manuscript of an epilogue containing new facts, beginning with ‘Ceci suit la fin de la traduction ... Après avoir écrit ces dernières pages dans l’été de 1922 ...’, 7 p. folio.   1923, July 23.  1 cover.
1829
First rough notes for a Malatesta biography, partly referring to notes on Bakunin.   c. 1910s-1930s.  1 cover.
1830
List of letters and bibliographical notes on Malatesta, c. 45 p. quarto.   c. 1934.  1 cover.

History of Anarchism
1831
Manuscript of Der Vorfrühling der Anarchie. Ihre historische Entwicklung von den Anfängen bis zum Jahre 1864 [Geschichte der Anarchie, Vol. 1], p. 1-179 folio.   1924.  1 folder.
NB. First published in Berlin 1925; see also inv. no. 3594.
1832
Proofs of Der Vorfrühling der Anarchie. ... ’, 1-83, 86-98. With corrections and additions.   1925, Juni-Juli.  1 cover, large size A2.
1833-1834
Manuscript of Der Anarchismus von Proudhon zu Kropotkin. Seine historische Entwicklung in den Jahren 1859 bis 1880 [Geschichte der Anarchie, Vol. 2], 250 p. folio.   1926.  2 folders.
NB. First published in Berlin 1927.
1833
Chapter I-IX.
1834
Chapter X-XIX and contents.
1835-1836
Manuscript of Anarchisten und Sozialrevolutionäre. Die historische Entwicklung des Anarchismus in den Jahren 1880-1886 [Geschichte der Anarchie, Vol. 3], c. 330 p. folio.   1929-1930.  2 folders.
NB. First published in Berlin 1931.
1835
Chapter I-X.
1836
Chapter XI-XVIII and contents.
1837-1838
Proofs of Anarchisten und Sozialrevolutionäre ... , p. 5-409. Without corrections.   1930-1931.  2 folders.
1837
Chapter I-X.
1838
Chapter XI-XVIII and contents.
1839-1840
Manuscript of Die erste Blütezeit der Anarchie (1886-1894) (Geschichte der Anarchie, Vol. 4), c. 360 p. folio.   1931.  2 folders.
NB. First published in Vaduz 1981.
1839
Chapter I-X.
1840
Chapter XI-XVII and contents.
1841-1842
Manuscript of [Anarchisten und Syndikalisten. Teil 1] (Geschichte der Anarchie, Vol. 5), c. 375 p. folio.   1931-1932.  2 folders.
NB. First published in Vaduz 1984.
1841
Chapter I-VI.
1842
Chapter VII-XII.
1843-1845
Manuscript of [Anarchisten und Syndikalisten. Teil 2] (Geschichte der Anarchie, Vol. 6-7), c. 495 p. folio.   1933-1934.  3 folders.
1843
Chapter I-VI.
1844
Chapter VII-XIII.
1845
Chapter XIV-XXI.
1846-1849
Manuscript of [Anarchisten und Syndikalisten. Teil 3] (Geschichte der Anarchie, Vol. 8-9), c. 620 p. folio.   1934-1935.  4 folders.
1846
Chapter I-VI.
1847
Chapter VII-XII.
1848
Chapter XIII-XVIII.
1849
Chapter XIX-XXII.
1850
Notes of additions and corrections in particular for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’.   2nd half of 1920s-1930s.  1 folder.
NB. Pages in different size; partly referring to numbered notes.
1851-1856
Draft notes for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’, Vol. 1-9 and for other publication projects of this period. Mostly referring to notes in octavo, quarto and folio, partly crossed out.   1920s-1930s.  6 folders..
NB. Many drafts on the back of pages of the final manuscript of the Reclus biography or of discarded manuscripts; see also inv. nos. 2028 and 3595.
1851
Drafts relating to subjects of Vol. 1-5.
1852-1853
Drafts relating to subjects of Vol. 6-7.
1852
Part 1.
1853
Part 2.
1854-1855
Drafts relating to subjects of Vol. 8-9.
1854
Part 1.
1855
Part 2.
1856
Unsorted. Mostly crossed out.

Most - Neve - Dave
1857
Manuscript of ‘Most und Neve. Briefe deutscher Anarchisten 1884-1887', edited by Max Nettlau from the papers of Victor Dave , 118 p. folio. With a separate note.   1925, Oct. 12.  1 folder.
NB. Not published. Contains Johann Most ’s letters to Dave, July 1884 until April 1886, p. 10-69 and Johann Neve ’s letters, Nov. 1885 until Jan. 1887, p. 70ff.
1858
Chronological survey of the events and the documents referring to it concerning Johann Most’s attitude to Josef Peukert and Max Trautner and concerning Johann Neve’s activities and those of his opponents, 14 p. folio.   N.d. [after 1923].  1 cover.
1859
Copies by Nettlau in shorthand of correspondence by, and some documents relating to, Johann Most, Johann Neve and Victor Dave covering 1880, 1884-1888 and some letters by Pierre Ramus from 1906, c. 130 p. octavo.   1890s, 1906.  1 cover.
1860
Copies by Nettlau in shorthand of letters by Johann Most to Dave, covering 1884-1886. In notebooklets.   1914.  1 cover.

Eugenics
1861-1862
Manuscripts of ‘Eugenetik einer freien Gesellschaft: Gedanken über Wege zum Anarchismus’.   1927, March-July.  2 folders.
NB. Manuscript (inv. no. 1862) published as Eugenik der Anarchie in Wetzlar 1985; a Spanish translation by D. Abad de Santillán from a lost version in French was published as De la crisis mundial a la anarquía. (Eugenesía de la sociedad libre) in Barcelona 1933.
1861
Manuscript, 80 p. folio. 1927, March.
NB. ‘Dieser erste deutsche Text ist vollständig ersetzt durch den neuen’.
1862
Manuscript, 108 p. folio. 1927, June 13 - July 19.
1863-1864
Manuscripts of ‘Eugenics of a Free Society: Thoughts on Roads to Anarchism’.   1927, April and n.d. [1932].  2 folders.
1863
Manuscript, 145 p. folio and 2 p. of a draft of the table of contents. 1927, April 9-30.
1864
Manuscript, p. 2-32 folio and 1 p. draft, unfinished. [1932].

Biography of Elisée Reclus
1865
Manuscript of the table of contents of Elisée Reclus. Anarchist und Gelehrter (1830-1905) (Berlin 1928) and a few pages of the text. With drafts of an outline and also some pages of the manuscript from 1925, c. 45 p. folio.   1925-1928.  1 cover.
NB. Drafts on the back of pages of a discarded manuscript on Bakunin; Nettlau completely rewrote his manuscript of 1925.
1866
Notes marked ‘Reclus-Briefwechsel - Nachträge zu meiner Biogr[aphie] - zur deutschen Erweitrung’, 18 p. quarto. Partly in shorthand.   1924.  1 cover.
NB. On the back of pages of a discarded manuscript.
1867
Notes from the article ‘Elisée Reclus’ by Jacques Mesnil published in Les Temps Nouveaux (Paris) 1906, 10 p. quarto.   1924, Nov.  1 cover.
NB. On the back of pages of a discarded manuscript.
1868
Some separate notes including dates of birth and death of members of the Reclus family.   1924.  1 cover.
1869
Draft notes relating to the Reclus biography in German.   c. 1924-1930 and n.d.  1 cover.
1870
Draft notes entitled ‘Questions to Paul Reclus ... my ms., fr. 1-114 fol.’, 10 p. quarto. Mostly in shorthand.   1925, Feb.  1 cover.
1871
Manuscript of additions (in French) for the Spanish translation of Elisée Reclus. Anarchist und Gelehrter ... (1928), 42 p. folio and 10 p. quarto. With a letter by V. Oberón Fernandez on p. [50].   1929.  1 cover.
NB. Published as Eliseo Reclus. La vida de un sabio justo y rebelde (Barcelona 1929-1930).
1872
Notes numbered R1-274 made in 1927 in Geneva for the Reclus biography, 274 p. quarto. Mostly in shorthand, with a later comment.   1927, 1931.  1 cover.
1873
Notes made in ‘Barcelona Mai 1928, Domme Juni 1928, Wien Aug., Sept. 1928' for the Reclus biography, 177 p. quarto, including several pages of additions inserted later.   1928.  1 cover.
1874
Proofs of Elisée Reclus. Correspondance Vol. III (Paris 1925). With corrections by Nettlau.   1924.  1 cover, large size A2.
NB. Proofs contains letters omitted in the book.
1875
File of letters and copies of letters by Elisée Reclus from 1890-1905 compiled by Louise Dumesnil, numbered 1-42, published in Correspondance Vol. III.   c. 1910.  1 cover.
NB. Note by Nettlau: ‘Eigentum von Madame Louise Dumesnil’.
1876
Copies and excerpts by Nettlau of letters by Reclus to various persons from 1891-1904, 12 p. quarto.   1900s.  1 cover.
1877-1878
Notes, copies and excerpts by Nettlau of letters by various persons to Elisée Reclus relating to the Correspondance , 3 vols.   [1912?].  1 folder.
1877
Separate series entitled ‘Reclus, lettres to him’, 86 p. quarto. Mostly in shorthand.
1878
Notebooklet, c. 45 p. With some biographical notes from other sources.
1879
Separate copies by Nettlau of letters by Reclus to L.V. Meunier 1882, to Georgette and William Barbotin , n.d. and a text passage not published in Correspondance Vol. III.   1894, 1924 and n.d.  1 cover.
1880
Clipping of ‘Lettres inédites d’Élisée Reclus’ published by Jacques Mesnil in Mercure de France (Paris), no. 391, Oct.   1913.  1 cover.

The International in Spain, 1868-1888
1881-1882
Manuscript of ‘L’Internationale et la Fédération régionale en Espagne (fin de 1868 à 1888/9) avec un coup d’oeil sur les antecédents socialistes’, p. 1-270 folio and p. B-I.   1928, Sept. 15-Dec. 26; 1929 and 1931.  2 folders.
NB. An edited and partly rewritten version has been published as La Première Internationale en Espagne (1868-1888) in Dordrecht 1969.
1881
Chapter I-XV.
1882
Chapter XVI-XXVI.
NB. ‘Revisé en Avril-mai 1929. Revisé en septembre - octobre 1931.’
1883
Draft notes for ‘L’Internationale et la Fédération régionale en Espagne (fin de 1868 ...)’.   c. 1928.  1 cover.
NB. On the back of pages from the final manuscript of the Reclus biography.
1884
Cover only of Documentos inéditos sobre la Internacional y la Alianza en España (Buenos Aires 1930).  1 cover.
NB. Manuscript written in 1928; first published in La Protesta. Suplemento quincenal (Buenos Aires), 1930, no. 325 (April).

A short history of anarchism
1885
Insert of erratas to La anarquía a través de los tiempos .   1935, June 21.  1 piece.
NB. Published in Barcelona 1935; an edited English translation has been published as A short history of anarchism 1996 by Freedom Press in London.

Articles by Nettlau

NB. See also inv. no. 2035 for notes (lists) relating to articles and books published by Nettlau and inv. nos. 1812-1813 and 1822 for articles on persons.

From 1888-1889
1886
Manuscript beginning with ‘We have not spoken until here on anarchism as the Freiheit was not an anarchist paper in 1879 ...’, 22 p. folio.   1888, Nov. 22-Dec. 8.  1 cover.
1887
Manuscript of ‘The tenth anniversary of the German Antisocialist law (Oct. 21, 1888). Remarks on German Social Democracy’, 57 p. folio.   1888, Dec.  1 cover.
1888
Manuscript in English (draft) beginning with ‘Alberne und böswillige gegner haben ... what we understand here by Socialism ...’, 2 p. folio.   1889, April 20.  1 cover.
1889
Manuscript beginning with ‘We are opposed to political action on the part of socialists ...’, 10 p. folio.   1889, May 16.  1 cover..
1890
Manuscript beginning with ‘Our standpoint towards labour reforman, suffrage etc. ...’, 3 p. folio.   1889, June 6.  1 cover.
1891
Manuscript beginning with ‘Der in den letzten Jahren verh[ä]ltn[is]m[ä]ss[i]g geringe erfolg der a.bewgg. in D. u. Ö. ...’, 4 p. folio.   1889, June 28.  1 cover.
1892
Clippings of ‘Joseph Déjacque. Ein Vorläufer des communistischen Anarchismus’ I-IV. With draft notes crossed out.   1889-1890.  1 cover, large size A2.
NB. Published as a series under the heading ‘Aus der Geschichte der Anarchie I’ in Freiheit (New York), 1890, Jan.-Feb.
1893
Manuscript beginning with ‘All of us know that the economic conditions ...’, 2 p folio.   1880s, 1890s(?)  1 cover.
1894
Manuscript beginning with ‘F.W. Presentday Society offers continuous toil ...’, 1 p. unfinished.   1880s, 1890s(?)  1 cover.
1895
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘- The failure of the London propaganda of the S.L. is an ...’, 4 p. folio, incomplete. [1890s?].  1 cover.
1896
Manuscript beginning with ‘Es ist bekannt, dass erst seit 13 bis 14 Jahren der communistische Anarchismus ...’, p. 1-3 folio; incomplete(?)   1890s(?)  1 cover.
1897
Manuscript (announcement) of ‘Anarchists and Individualists. In this country, in the United States ... in our next issue’. With draft.   N.d. [1890s?].  1 cover.
1898
Manuscript beginning with ‘Socialist propagandists often ommit to touch in their speeches ...’, incomplete, 4 p. folio.   N.d. [1890s?].  1 cover.

From 1890-1891
1899
Manuscript (draft) of ‘A Glance at the history of Anarchism’, p. 1-20 and a-g quarto.   1890, Jan. 28-29.  1 cover.
1900
Manuscript of ‘Anarchist Literature recommanded: ...’, 1 p. quarto. With draft crossed out.   N.d. [1890?].  .
1901
Manuscript beginning with ‘Fellow Workers, The Society of today ...’, 5 p. quarto. With a draft and proof of the title page of The Anarchist Labour Leaf .   1890, May.  1 cover.
NB. Published as ‘Communist anarchism: its Aims and Methods’ in The Anarchist Labour Leaf , 1890, no. 1, May.
1902
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘The first of May has come and gone. In England ...’, 1 p. quarto. With proof.   1890, May.  1 cover.
NB. Published as ‘On May 1st’ in The Anarchist Labour Leaf , 1890, no. 1, May.
1903
Manuscript beginning with ‘The Mayday demonstrations pass generally ...’ with editorial corrections. Incomplete, 4 p. quarto. With several other unfinished versions.   1890, May.  1 cover.
NB. Published as ‘The International Labour Revolt’ in The Anarchist Labour Leaf , 1890, no. 2, June.
1904
Proofs of ‘The International Labour Revolt’ ( The Anarchist Labour Leaf , no. 2), with corrections.   1890.  1 cover, large size A2.
1905
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘Anarchism is the doctrine of the free exercise ...’, 4 p. quarto. With an unfinished draft version.   1890.  1 cover.
NB. Published as ‘Anarchism & Communism’ in The Anarchist Labour Leaf , 1890, no. 3, July.
1906
Manuscript (drafts) beginning with ‘The humbugging charlatanism of the 8 h lab[our] ...’, incomplete, 4 p. quarto. With a note by Nettlau to W. Wess and other draft versions, partly in shorthand.   1890.  1 cover.
NB. Published as ‘Communist Anarchism and the General Strike’ in The Anarchist Labour Leaf , 1890, no. 4, August.
1907
Proofs of ‘Communist Anarchism and the General Strike’ with corrections. With proofs of ‘Anarchist Communism & Revolutionary Socialism’ by [Henry] D[avis] .   1890, Aug.  1 cover, large size A2.
Clippings of ‘Freedom and Property. I-IV’, published in Freedom (London)   1891, Feb.-April, June , see inv. no. 2023.  .
Clipping of ‘Communism and anarchy. A reply to H. Davis’, published in Freedom (London), 1891, May, see inv. no. 2023.
1908
Manuscript beginning with ‘1. A. Also Sie sind ein Anarchist! Ich begreife nicht ...’, 40 p. quarto.   1891, June.  1 cover..
NB. Published in Freiheit (New York), 1891.

From 1892-1893
1909
Manuscript beginning with ‘Comrade, Having been present at the two meetings held with the object to discuss Ravachol’s acts, ...’, 4 p. folio.   1892, July 20.  1 cover.
NB. Published(?) in Commonweal (London).
1910
Manuscript beginning with ‘The Yarmouth Anarchist ...’, 1 p. quarto.   1892, Aug. 4.  1 cover.
1911
Manuscript beginning with ‘Haupt- und Nebenströmungen. Der Sozialdemokratie beliebt es, ...’, 55 p. octavo.   1892, Oct. 2-Nov. 29.  1 cover.
NB. Written for Die Freiheit (?) (New York).
1912
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘The evils inherent to authority, government, ...’, 8 p. folio. With enclosed an unfinished draft and a note by William Wess.   1893, Feb. 11.  1 cover.
NB. Published as ‘The Socialist Movement in Germany’ in Freedom , 1893, April and Suppl. to May; see also inv. no. 2023 for a clipping.
1913
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘Why we believe in anarchism?’, 2 p. folio.   1893, May 13.  1 cover.
1914
Manuscript (draft) of ‘Why we are anarchists’, 6 p. folio, crossed out by Nettlau. With shorthand notes, 14 p. octavo.   1893, May 20 and July 7-8.  1 cover.
NB. Note by Nettlau: ‘ganz anders 13/8 [?]'. Published anonymously as a series in The Commonweal (London), 1893, Aug.-Sept. and Nov. and reprinted as a pamphlet in 1894.
1915
Manuscript (draft) of ‘Different means and methods of anarchist propaganda’, 3 p. folio.   1893, May 27.  1 cover.
NB. Published in The Commonweal (London).
1916
Manuscript beginning with ‘The demoralizing effect of parliamentary tactics on the part of the working classes ...’, 3 p. quarto. With several drafts.   2nd half of 1893.  1 cover.
1917
Manuscript (fragment) in English about Anarchist movement in Austria with editorial corrections, 4 p. folio.   N.d. [1893?].  1 cover.

From 1894-1896
1918
Manuscript (draft) of ‘Anarchism and the present situation’, 5 p. folio.   1894, April 3.  1 cover.
NB. Published in The Commonweal (London), 1894, new series, no. 25.
Clipping of ‘The First of May in Hyde Park’, published in Freedom ,   1894, May , see inv. no. 2023.
1919
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘I read in the “Evening Standard” of July 3rd that, at the trial of F. Brall ...’, 12 p. quarto.   1894, July 4.  1 cover.
1920
Manuscript of ‘En Autriche’. Incomplete, p. 1 and 17 quarto. With draft, 10 p. octavo.   1895, April.  1 cover.
1921
Manuscript of An Anarchist Manifesto , beginning with ‘Fellow Workers, We come before you as Anarchist Communists ...’, 28 p. quarto. With some corrections by Kropotkin.   1895, April.  1 cover..
NB. Issued by the Anarchist Communist Alliance (London); published in 1895.
1922
Former version of An Anarchist Manifesto , 25 p. folio.   1895, Feb.  1 cover.
1923
Proofs of An Anarchist Manifesto . With corrections.   1895, May.  1 cover, large size A2.
1924
Manuscript beginning with ‘Whilst our conviction of the rightness of our anarchist opinions ...’, 16 p. quarto.   1895, May 19.  1 cover.
1925
Manuscript beginning with ‘A bomb was thrown ...’, 2 p. octavo.   1896, June(?)  1 cover.
NB. Published as a part of ‘International notes’ beginning with ‘The First of May demonstrations ...’ in Freedom , 1896, July, Suppl.; see also inv. no. 2023 for a clipping.
Manuscript of ‘Mass Meeting in Holborn Town Hall, July 28th, 1896', see inv. no. 3131.
1926
Clipping of ‘International Congress’, published in Labour Leader (London), International Congress Suppl.,   1896, Aug.  1 cover, large size A3.
NB. Original illegible because of damage, with photocopy.
1927
Manuscript of ‘International notes’ beginning with ‘The International Congress has almost passed ...’, 6 p. folio.   1896, Nov. 4.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Freedom (London), 1896, Dec.

From 1897-1899
1928
Manuscript of ‘John Neve’ (obituary) in English, 6 p. folio.   1897.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Freedom (London), 1897, Feb.
1929-1931
Manuscripts of Revival of the Inquisition. Details of the tortures inflicted on Spanish political prisoners (   1897 ).  3 covers.
NB. First published in Freedom (London), 1897, Feb.-April.
1929
Manuscript of ‘The Anarchists of Barcelona’, 2 p. folio [ Revival ... , p. 10-12]. 1897, Feb.
1930
Copies (made by Nettlau) of letters by J. Perry and others, Feb.-March 1897, concerning the tortures in Spain [ Revival ... , p. 20-22]. 1897, March.
1931
Manuscript of ‘The tortures inflicted on Anarchists in Spain’, 5 p. folio [ Revival ... , p. 15-18]. 1897, April.
Clipping of ‘International notes’ beginning with ‘There is little to tell this month ...’, published in Freedom (London),   1897, March , Suppl., see inv. no. 2023.
1932
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘In labour struggles at every junction, the solidarity ...’, 14 p. quarto.   1897, Sept. 18.  1 cover.
- Clipping of ‘Anarchism and its enemies’, published in Freedom (London),   1897, Sept. , see inv. no. 2023.
- Clipping of ‘International notes’ beginning with ‘While the Spanish judicial atrocities have become known ..’, published in Freedom (London),   1897 , Sept., see inv. no. 2023.
1933
Manuscript of ‘Continuation of Tcherkesoff’s Article on Hamon’s book’, p. 1-2.   c. 1897.  1 cover.
- Clipping of ‘International notes’ beginning with ‘The cause of political freedom ..’, published in Freedom (London),   1898, May , see inv. no. 2023.
- Clipping of ‘The Trial of Italian Anarchists as Malefactors. An International Protest ...’, published in Freedom (London),   1898, May , see inv. no. 2023.
1934
Manuscript beginning with ‘So Bismarck and Gladstone are both dead and with them pass away two of the finest specimens of conscious upholders ...’, 2 p. folio. Incomplete(?)   1898(?), after July.  1 cover.
1935
Printed copy of Responsibility and solidarity in the labour struggle; their present limits ... , with an announcement and bibliographical notes relating to Eduard Bernstein.   1899, Dec.  1 cover.
NB. Published in 1900 as Freedom pamphlets, 12.

From 1900-1904
1936
Draft beginning with ‘? Formelement des Sozialismus die Gewerkschaft (Berufsgruppe ...)’, incomplete, 4 p. folio.   1900s(?)  1 cover.
- Clipping of ‘To the Editor of Freedom’ concerning the ‘Appeal to English Anarchist Communists’, beginning with ‘The letter from two Liverpool comrades ...’, published in Freedom (London), 1900, Sept.-Oct, see inv. no. 2023.
1937
Manuscript beginning with ‘It is obvious that no mechanical apparatus ... can produce anything ...’, 10 p. octavo.   1901, Dec. 6.  1 cover.
1938
Manuscript (of a reader’s letter?) beginning with ‘Mit Ausna[h]me einiger, meist älterer, Conducteure ...’. Incomplete(?), 1 p. folio.   1903, Aug. 4.  1 cover.

From 1905-1910
- Clipping of ‘Anarchism in England Fifty Years Ago’, published in Freedom (London), 1905, Nov.-Dec., Suppl., see inv. no. 2023.
1939
Manuscript (draft) of ‘General Strike & Revolution ’, 6 p. quarto.   1905, Nov. 16.  1 cover.
NB. ‘all dies mehr mit Bezug auf Russl[an]d ausführen ...’
1940
Reprint of ‘Anarchism in England Fifty Years Ago’, published in Liberty. The Pioneer Organ of Anarchism (New York), 1906, no. 391, p. 44-51. With a printed notice by B.R. Tucker relating to Nettlau’s research on J. Warren, p. 14-15.  1 cover..
1941
Manuscript (copy?) concerning Anarchist theories, beginning with ‘1) Le propriété individuelle est-elle ...’, 16 p. quarto.   1907, March 30.  1 cover.
1942
Manuscript beginning with ‘Réponse. a) Des matières premières et des instruments de travail ...’, 8 p. quarto.   1907, April 8.  1 cover.
- Print of ‘Are there new fields for anarchist activity?’ ( Mother Earth , New York,   1907 , p. 433-444), see inv. no. 727.
NB. See also inv. no. 1943.
1943
Manuscript of ‘Y a-t-il de nouveaux champs pour l'activité des anarchistes?’, 8 p. folio. With draft with corrections, 13 p. folio.   1908, Feb.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Les Temps Nouveaux (Paris); note by Nettlau: ‘résumé libre ... d’un article écrit par moi pour la revue Mother Earth ...’

From 1910-1919
1944
Proofs of ‘Elisée Reclus’ Briefwechsel’, a review of Reclus’ Correspondance Vol. I (Paris 1911) and preview of Vol. II-III (1913-1925), made available to Nettlau in manuscript form.   1912.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Grünberg, Archiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung (Leipzig), 1913, p. 512-527.
1945
Draft of ‘The War in the Balkans’, 11 p. folio.   1912, Dec. 11-12.  1 cover.
NB. Note by Nettlau: ‘Article ... vielfach verändert aber nicht abgeschwächt (im Gegenteil!) ...’. Published in Freedom (London), 1913, Jan.; see also inv. no. 2023 for a clipping.
- Clippings of ‘Anarchism: Communist or Individualist? - Both’ and the discussion, published in Freedom (London), 1914, March-May, July.
NB. With clippings of the French translation ‘Anarchisme: Communiste ou Individualiste? L’un et l’autre’, published in Les Réfractaires (Orléans), see inv. no. 2023.
1946
Proofs of ‘Marxanalekten’, two different versions with notes and a separate note in shorthand.   1917-1918.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Grünberg, Archiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung (Leipzig), 1919, p. 389-401.
1947
Proofs of ‘Ein verschollener Nachklang der Internationale: The International Labour Union (London, 1877-78)’, two different versions with corrections.   1919, Oct. and Dec.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Grünberg, Archiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung (Leipzig), 1921, p. 134-145; see also inv. no. 2994 for a copy of the minutes of Council of the International Labour Union.
1948
Clipping of ‘L’Agonie de l’Autriche’, a letter by Nettlau.   1919, Nov.  1 cover, large size A3.
NB. Published in L’Humanité (Paris), 1919, Dec. 6.

From 1920-1921
- Manuscript of ‘Life in Vienna (Austria) 1914-1920',   1920, April , see inv. no. 69.
1949
Manuscript beginning with ‘In 1848 the Austrian absolutist system (Metternich) was, ...’, 15 p. octavo, unfinished.   1920s(?)  1 cover.
1950
Manuscript beginning with ‘Der Antimilitarismus erschien mir immer ...’, 2 p. folio, unfinished.   1920s(?)  1 cover.
1951
Manuscript of ‘Le socialisme, veut-il être vraiment international?’, 4 p. folio, incomplete(?)   1920s(?)  1 cover.
1952
Manuscript beginning with ‘Malatesta schrieb im Sommer 1920 ...’, 8 p. folio.   1921, May 15-16.  1 cover.
1953
Manuscript of ‘Aus einem Brief an Dr. Fritz Brupbacher’, 6 p. folio. With a draft in shorthand.   1921, July 24.  1 cover.
1954
Manuscript (draft) concerning Austria beginning with ‘Mon socialisme date de 1888 ...’, 4 p. folio. With an unfinished letter by Nettlau in French to N.N.   1921, Sept. 22.  1 cover.
1955
Draft of ‘Three years after - 1918-1921', 28 p. folio. With separate notes.   1921, Nov. 12-25.  1 cover, large size A3.
- Clipping of ‘Leon Prouvost. The tragic death ...’, published in Freedom (London),   1921, Dec. , see inv. no. 2023.
1956
Draft beginning with ‘II. Experimental socialism and anarchism ...’, 20 p. folio.   1921, Dec. 24-25, with a note concerning part I-VIII, dd. Oct. 1922.  1 cover.
NB. On waste paper.

From 1922-1923
1957
Draft beginning with ‘I. Les quelques heurs d’émeute destructive ...’, 5 p. folio.   1922, Feb. 3.  1 cover.
NB. On waste paper; note by Nettlau: ‘10 p. fol. I. 1-4. II. 5-10. 7/2 22 M.G./H.F. [Marie Goldsmith / Henri Follin ?].
1958
Manuscript of ‘Sabotage’, 1 p. folio. With corrections, a shorthand version and a photocopy of the print.   1922, Aug. 17.  1 cover..
NB. Published in F.A.U.D. Taschen-Kalender 1923 .
1959
Manuscript (draft?) of ‘La tragédie autrichienne’, 22 p. folio.   1922, Oct. 24.  1 cover.
NB. Published as ‘La tragedia austriaca’ in La Protesta. Suplemento Semanal (Buenos Aires), 1922, no. 46-49.
1960
Manuscript beginning with ‘Qu’elle travaille bien ou mal, l’histoire moderne travaille vite ...’, with editorial corrections, 11 p. folio. With draft, 4 p. folio.   1923, April.  1 cover.
NB. Note by Nettlau: ‘12-13/5 23 recopié. 10 p. fol. envoyé le 14 mai 23 à J.M.’ - Draft on the back of pages of the final manuscript from Bakunin, Gesammelte Werke .
- Clippings of ‘New Emphasis in Austria’; ‘”White Coal” Gives Austria a New Hope’; ‘Germany in August as Seen by a Traveler from Vienna’; ‘Vienna, at a Point Where Roads Meet. Existed Before Austria and Has Permanent Importance’, published in The Christian Science Monitor (Boston)   1923, Sept.13, 21; Oct. 2; Nov. 9 , see inv. no. 2025.
1961
Draft beginning with ‘When the capital of a large country is suddenly cut off ...’, 7 p. folio.   1923, June 2-6.  1 cover..
NB. Published as ‘Vienna, at a Point Where Roads Meet’ in The Christian Science Monitor (Boston), 1923, Nov. 9; draft on the back of pages of the final manuscript from Bakunin, Gesammelte Werke ; note by Nettlau: ‘Sehr viel verändert in der Reinschrift ...’.
- Clipping of the review of ‘Peter Kropotkins: Ethik’, published in Der Syndikalist (Berlin),   1923, June 28 , Suppl. to no. 29, see inv. no. 2024.
1962
Proofs of ‘Eine neue Provokation der bolschewistischen Regierung in Vorbereitung’. With notes.   1923.  1 cover, large size A3.
NB. Published in Pressedienst der I.A.A , 1923, July 25 (special ed.).
1963
Manuscript of ‘Notes from Vienna’, part IV-VI, 6 p. folio. With drafts in particular relating to part I-VI, c. 25 p. folio.   1923.  1 cover.
NB. Parts of the manuscript published in The Christian Science Monitor (Boston), see inv. no. 2025; drafts on the back of pages of the final manuscript from Bakunin, Gesammelte Werke , including also a summary or copy made by Nettlau in French on Austrian statistical dates, 7 p. folio.
1964
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘Austr[ian] residents are poor trade since the era of war ...’, 7 p. quarto.   1923, Aug. 20.  1 cover.
1965
Clippings of ‘Fritz Brupbachers Werdegang’ with a letter by Nettlau to Brupbacher.   1923.  1 cover.
1966
Clipping in Yiddish of ‘Die erste Internationale von 1872-1873'.   1923.  1 cover, large size A2.
NB. Published in Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York, Philadelphia), 1923, Oct. 19.

From 1924-1925
- Clippings of ‘Austria’s Problem Still to Be Solved’; ‘Austrian Literature as a Key to the Understanding of a Nation’; ‘Big and Little Business in Vienna’; ‘Early Miniatures in Vienna Show’;‘The Labor Conference at Geneva’; ‘Austria Shows Budget Deficit, First for 1924’; ‘The Library. Will Ivan the Terrible’s Buried Treasure Be Found?’; ‘200 Students Attending Summer School at Geneva’; ‘New Tariff Likely to Diminish American Imports to Austria’, published in The Christian Science Monitor (Boston)   1924, Jan.(?); April 1; May 27; July 28 and 30 , see inv. no. 2025.
1967
Manuscript of ‘The Children’s House: the Vienna Montessori School’, 5 p. folio. With enclosures, notes and correspondence with Albert W. Blake ( The Christian Science Monitor , Boston).   1924, Jan.18.  1 cover.
NB. Not published; notes in shorthand written on the back of pages of the final manuscript from Bakunin, Gesammelte Werke .
1968
Manuscript series ‘L’Idée anarchiste: son passé, son avenir’, incomplete, chapter I and VI-XV, 78 p. folio. With short instructions for Diego Abad de Santillán and draft notes, partly in shorthand.   1924, Feb. 1-April 11.  1 cover.
NB. Chapter VII in two versions; chapter I-IX first published in L’Idée anarchiste. Provisoirement bi-mensuel (Paris), 1924, nos. 1, 4-13 (March-Nov.); in Spanish published as ‘La idea anarquista: su pasado, su porvenir’ in La Protesta. Suplemento Semanal (Buenos Aires), 1924, no. 121-125, 127-137 (May-Sept.).
1969
Typescript of a summary in German of David Rjazanov’s Russian publications about the Moscow Marx-Engels Institute 1923 and 1924, 41 p. folio. With separate notes, partly in shorthand.   1924, Sept.  1 cover.
NB. Note by Nettlau: ‘für Frau Amélie Mauthner auf deren Wunsch ... zusammengefasst ... Beim Schreiben wurde nie an diese Vervielfältigung gedacht’.
1970
Manuscript of ‘The duty of radicals, particularly libertarians, towards Soviet Russia and towards their own cause’, 7 p. folio.   1924, Oct. 26.  1 cover.
- Manuscript of ‘The attempted murder of Hugo Bettauer’, 5 p. folio.   1925, March 15 , see inv. no. 760.
- Clipping of the review ‘Alexander Berkmanns Russisches Tagebuch ...’, published in Der Syndikalist (Berlin),   1925, June 6 , no. 23, see inv. no. 2024.
1971
Manuscript of ‘Fernand Pelloutiers Platz in der Entwicklung des Syndikalismus’, 24 p. folio. With a note by Nettlau for the editor and a letter by Augustin Souchy, Sept. 1929.   1925, Nov. 2.  1 cover.
NB. First published in Swedish translation in Syndikalismen (Stockholm), 1926, Jan.-Feb.; in German published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1927, Nov.-1928, March.
- Manuscript of ‘Une lettre inédite de Pierre Kropotkine’ [from 1902], 18 p. folio.   1925, Dec. 8 , see inv. no. 2709.
- Clipping of ‘Zur Frage der Arbeitslosigkeit [Leserbrief]’, published in Der Syndikalist (Berlin),   1925, Dec. 19 , no. 51, see inv. no. 2024.

From 1926-1927
1972
Manuscript of ‘The History of Godwin’s Enquiry concerning the Principles of Political Justice (1793)’, 13 p. folio.   1926, March 20.  1 cover.
1973
Clipping of the review of The Life of William Godwin by Ford K. Brown, published as ‘A new life of William Godwin’ in Freedom (London), 1926, April-May. With notes and draft notes in quarto.   1926.  1 cover.
1974
Manuscript of the review ‘Elisée Reclus, Correspondance , t. III ... Elisée and Elie Reclus, in memoriam ...’ with first notes and the proofs.   1927, July 23; 1928, Feb.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Grünberg, Archiv für die Geschichte des Sozialismus und der Arbeiterbewegung (Leipzig), 1928, p. 420-426.
- Manuscript of ‘Lettres inédites de Pierre Kropotkine à James Guillaume sur les terres communales (Révolution française), juin-juillet 1911', 24 p. folio.   1927, Sept. 24 , see inv. no. 2708.
1975
Manuscript of ‘Über die nächsten intellektuellen Aufgaben des Sozialismus’, 7 p. folio, incomplete.   1927.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1929, Jan.-Feb.
1976
Manuscript beginning with ‘My recollections of Kropotkin carry me back...’, 2 p. folio, unfinished(?)   After 1927.  1 cover..

From 1928-1929
1977
Clipping of ‘Nie wieder Diktatur. Over de mogelijkheid, de dictatuur binnen het raam ...’, published in i 10 (Amsterdam), p. 43-48.   1928, July 21.  1 cover, large size A3.
1978
Photocopy of a manuscript on James Guillaume beginning with ‘J. G. à Mulhouse, 15 ans en 1870, passait les dernières années ...’, 19 p. quarto.   1929, Jan. 12-19.  1 cover.
NB. Received in 1972 from the Centre International de Recherches sur l’Anarchisme (CIRA), Geneva.
1979
Manuscript of ‘La mission de l’Anarchie dans l’évolution de l’Humanité’, 4 p. folio. With a postscript letter to ‘camarade P.’ on Bakunin and Bulgaria.   1929, Feb. 12.  1 cover.
1980
Manuscript of ‘Anarchismus und Revolutionen’, 3 p. folio. With a postscript for a Dutch comrade.   1929, May 18.  1 cover.
NB. Manuscript send back by Wim Jong ( De Wapens neder , Den Haag) in 1935, May; for the accompanying letter see inv. no. 667.
1981
Manuscript of ‘Authorithy and Freedom in their ages-old and world-wide struggle’, 8 p. folio.   1929, Aug. 8.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Probuždenie / Probuzhdenie (Detroit)(?)
1982
Manuscript of ‘The Situation in Austria’, 3 p. folio, unfinished.   1929, Oct. 1.  1 cover.
NB. ‘abgebrochen, um nicht zu bitter zu werden (beabsichtigt für Freie Arbeiter Stimme , N.Y.)’.
1983
Manuscript of ‘Der Weltkrieg und die persönliche Freiheit’, 4 p. folio.   1929, Oct. 25.  1 cover.
NB. Published as ‘Oorlog en persoonlijke vrijheid’ in De Wapens neder (Den Haag), 1929, Dec.

From 1930
1984
Manuscript of ‘A discussion with an old comrade’, 16 p. octavo, incomplete(?)   1930s(?)  1 cover.
1985
Manuscript of ‘“Desde 1840 à 1850". Dans les autres langues en parlant ...’, 2 p. octavo.   N.d. [c. 1930s].  1 cover.
1986
Manuscript beginning with ‘Vraiment, les événemnets se précipitent ...’, 3 p. folio, incomplete.   1930.  1 cover.
1987
Proof beginning with ‘lismus und autoritärer Sozialismus ...’, incomplete.   1930, May.  1 cover, large size A3.
1988
Manuscript of ‘Ein Erinnerungsblatt für den alten Anarchisten Dr. Francesco Saverio Merlino (circa 1856-1930)’, 10 p. folio.   1930, July 18.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1930, Oct.; on the back of p. 10 a letter by Nettlau to Albert Jensen ( Arbetaren , Stockholm).
1989
Proofs of ‘Ein Erinnerungsblatt für den alten Anarchisten Dr. Francesco Saverio Merlino ...’. With corrections.   1930.  1 cover, large size A2.
1990
Manuscript of ‘Russland und der Sozialismus’, 9 p. folio.   1930, Nov. 2.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1930, Dec.
1991
Manuscript of ‘Erwachende Völker und erstarrte Programme’, 8 p. folio.   1930, Nov. 30.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1931, Jan., note by Nettlau on a cover: ‘Mss gedruckt in der Berliner Internationale. Manchmal, aber relativ selten wurden mir Korrekturen geschickt, manchmal auch die Mss.’

From 1931
1992
Manuscript of ‘“Anarchismus” im “Wörterbuch der Volkswirtschaft” (1930)’, 6 p. folio.   1931, Jan. 3.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1931, Feb.
1993
Manuscript of ‘Geistige und moralische Grundlagen und Bedingungen unserer Zukunftshoffnungen’, 8 p. folio.   1931, April (?).  1 cover.
NB. Published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1931, April.
1994
Manuscript of ‘Kann es “Verbindungslinien zwischen revolutionärem Sozialismus und Anarchismus” geben?’, 8 p. folio.   1931, April 11.  1 cover.
1995
Manuscript (draft) beginning with ‘Camaradas de lengua catalana y castellana...’ 2 p. folio, partly translated by Federica Montseny.   1931, April 21.  1 cover.
NB. Note by Nettlau: ‘ceci écrit le 24.IV. pour El Luchador [Barcelona]’.
1996
Manuscript beginning with ‘One month after the Spanish Revolution of April 14 ...’, 4 p. folio, unfinished, crossed out by Nettlau.   1931, May.  1 cover.
1997
Manuscript of ‘Der Klassenkampf und die heutigen Menschheitsfragen’, 9 p. quarto.   1931, June 19.  1 cover.
NB. Published as ‘Klassenkämpfe und Menschheitsentwicklung’ in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1931, Aug.
1998
Manuscript of ‘Luigi Galleani (1861-1931)’ in German, 8 p. folio.   1931, Dec. 6.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1932, Jan.

From 1932
1999
Manuscript of ‘Die erste Blütezeit der Anarchie: 1886-1894. Übersicht des Manuskripts meiner geschichtlichen Darstellung’, 9 p. folio.   1932, March 13.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1932, April.
2000
Proofs of ‘Die erste Blütezeit der Anarchie: 1886-1894. Übersicht ...’.   1932, March 19.  1 cover, large size A2.
2001
Manuscript of ‘Unmittelbare Aufgaben einer freiheitlich-sozialistischen Bewegung. Die Vorschläge der argentinischen Gefangenen’, 8 p. folio. With a letter by Helmut Rüdiger ( Der Syndikalist , Berlin).   1932, March 28.  1 cover.
2002
Manuscript of ‘Spanish Impressions of May 1932', 4 p. folio.   1932, May 6.  1 cover.
2003
Manuscript of ‘On the divide: the outgoing authoritarian and the incipient libertarian age’, 11 p. folio.   1932, July 4.  1 cover.
2004
Manuscript of ‘L’oeuvre d’Errico Malatesta (1853-1932)’, 11 p. folio. With corrections by Paul Reclus and a postcard by him.   1932, Aug. 15.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Plus Loin (Paris), 1932, Oct.
- Proofs of ‘Zum Amsterdamer Antikriegskongress (Rolland - Barbusse)’, published in Der Syndikalist (Berlin),   1932 , see inv. no. 1234.
- Manuscript of ‘Emma Goldman's Selbstbiographie ( Living my Life New York 1931)’,   1932, Feb. 21. With proofs, see inv. no. 2627.
NB. Published in Die Internationale (Berlin), 1932.

From 1933
2005
Manuscript beginning with ‘Les efforts de la plus grande partie des générations humaines ...’, 4 p. folio, incomplete.   c. 1933.  1 cover.
2006
Manuscript beginning with ‘Aux uns, et nous en sommes, il paraît essentiel ...’, 3 p. folio; unfinished, crossed out by Nettlau.   c. 1933.  1 cover.
NB. Relating to an article by Luigi Bertoni in Risveglio (Geneva), 1932.
2007
Typescript of ‘Spanish Impressions of 1933', 3 p. quarto.   1933, May 6.  1 cover.
NB. Received from Solo Linder.
2008
Manuscript of ‘Die historische Entwicklung des freiheitlichen Sozialismus in Spanien’, 8 p. folio.   1933, June 8.  1 cover..
2009
Manuscript of ‘Materials for article on Anarchism for Jewish Cyclopaedia, prepared for the author and compiler’, 8 p. folio.   1933, Dec. 28.  1 cover.

From 1934-1936
2010
Manuscript of ‘Ein Blick auf die Gesamtentwicklung der freiheitlich-sozialistischen Ideen in Spanien und der sie vertretenden Organisationen’, 8 p. folio.   1934, Feb. 10.  1 cover.
2011
Manuscript of ‘Peter Kropotkin as seen by an Old Comrade’, 36 p. folio.   1934, March.  1 cover.
2012
Proofs of ‘La mort de Nestor Makhno’, 3 p.   1934, July(?)  1 cover.
2013
Proofs of ‘Generalstreik und Buergerkrieg in Spanien’, 3 p.   1934, Oct. 10.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Pressedienst der I.A.A. , 1934.
2014
Manuscript of ‘James Guillaume (1844-1916)’ in English, 24 p. folio.   1935, Dec. 9.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York) (?)
- Clipping of ‘L’Avenir de l’Espagne’, published in L’Espagne antifasciste (Barcelona, Paris), 1936, see inv. no. 638.
2015
Manuscript beginning with ‘Meine Arbeitsmöglichkeiten bringen mit sich, dass ich dieses Kapitel zunächst ohne Quellenbenutzung, nach direkter Erinnerung niederschreibe ...’. Unfinished, 1 p. quarto.   1936, Sept. 23.  1 cover.
NB. Planned as a chapter of a historical work about Barcelona in July-August 1936; see also inv. nos. 3151-3152 for Nettlau’s notes.

Undated (unfinished or incomplete)
2016
Manuscript beginning with ‘So weit zurück als wir geschichtliche Entwicklungen überblicken können ...’, p. 1-3 folio, unfinished.   N.d.  1 cover.
2017
Manuscript beginning with ‘Ever since some 150 years ago ...’, p. 1-2 folio, unfinished.   N.d.  1 cover.
2018
Manuscript beginning with ‘Parmi les enseignements que comportement les commotions multiformes ...’, p. 1-3 folio, unfinished.   N.d.  1 cover.
2019
Manuscript beginning with ‘Tous nous vivons dans ces trois mondes, ...’, 1 p. folio, unfinished.   N.d.  1 cover.
2020
Manuscript (by Nettlau?) beginning with ‘der vorrevolutionären Zeit angehört.” Was die Prügelstrafe anbetrifft ...’, incomplete, p. 32c-32i quarto.   N.d.  1 cover.
2021
Fragments of manuscripts in French, p. 175 and p. 318.   N.d.  1 cover.
2022
Manuscript of a table of contents: ‘1. Outlines of a history of the I.W.M.A. ... 12. Religion and Socialism’, 1 p. octavo.   N.d.  1 cover.

Clippings
2023
Clippings of several articles published in Freedom (London).   1891, 1893-1894, 1896-1898, 1900, 1905, 1913-1914, 1921.  1 cover, large size A3.
2024
Clippings of several articles published in Der Syndikalist (Berlin).   1923, 1925.  1 cover, large size A3..
2025
Clippings of several articles published in The Christian Science Monitor (Boston).   1923-1924.  1 cover, large size A2.

Notes for articles
2026
Sets of notes probably for the article about the German social democracy published in 1891 in Freiheit (New York), c. 25 p. Partly crossed out.   1891, Aug.  1 folder.
NB. Refers to numbered notes; partly on the back of pages from Nettlau’s university period.
2027
Sets of notes made by Nettlau from newspapers, statistics and other sources for his articles about the economic situation of Austria after World War I.   c. 1919-1923 and n.d.  1 cover, large size A3.
2028
File of draft notes for articles written in 1923-1924, 1926-1929 and 1937. With a list of periodicals published in South America, 5 p. folio, 1920s (?) and some outlines.  1 folder.
NB. Mainly on the back of pages of discarded manuscripts.

Editorial work
2029
Correspondence with Joseph Ishill relating to the publication of Peter Kropotkin. The Rebel, Thinker and Humanitarian (Berkeley Heights 1923) to which Nettlau contributed. With manuscripts of a poem by Rose Florence Freeman and a prospectus for the French version and proofs of woodcuts.   1921-1923 and n.d.  1 folder.
2030-2031
File relating to the preparation of Joseph Ishill (ed.), Elisée and Elie Reclus. In Memoriam (Berkeley Heights 1927) to which Nettlau contributed.   1923-1928.  2 folders.
2030
Letters by Joseph Ishill to Nettlau. 1923-1928.
2031
Manucripts and typescripts by various authors in German, French, English and Italian. With a copy by Jacques Gross of a letter by Elisée Reclus to Journal de Geneve 1880. 1924, 1926-1927.
NB. On the typescripts additional corrections by Paul Reclus.
2032
Leaflet of the publishing house Argonauta (Buenos Aires, Berlin) announcing the projected publication in 1925 of the ‘Historical Annals of the International Anarchist Movement’ (not realised) of which Nettlau was to be one of the editors.   [1924].  1 cover.
2033
Manuscripts of short comments on Bakunin by Emma Goldman, Alexander Berkman, Luigi Bertoni, W.C. Owen, Alexander Shapiro, M. Isidine (Marie Goldsmith) and Jean Grave. With accompanying letters to Nettlau.   1926.  1 cover.
NB. Published in Unser Bakunin. Zur Erinnerung an den 50. Todestag ... , a special of Der Syndikalist (Berlin 1926), which Nettlau compiled and edited.

Notes made by Nettlau

Notes relating to manuscripts and publications by Nettlau
2034
Separate notes by Nettlau relating to manuscripts, he planned or sent off.   1920s, 1926, 1930-1936.  1 cover.
NB. Partly written on the back of pages of discarded manuscripts.
2035
Several sets of notes (lists) relating to articles, books and translations by Nettlau covering the period 1897-1937. Incomplete, c. 350 p. mainly octavo.   1898-1930s.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 2541 for a list of publications by Nettlau before 1919.

Notes in octavo

NB. Concerns copies or excerpts of serials, letters and (rare) publications; see also inv. nos. 1728-1770 for notes on Bakunin.
2036-2039
Notes numbered A1-312 and a1-226 relating to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, c. 600 p. octavo. Many notes in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  4 folders.
2036
Notes A1-67, including several pages of additions to A1, 3, 5, 17, 23, 55, 61, 65 and 67.
2037
Notes A69-148, including several pages of additions to A69, 79, 81, 83, 85, 93, 115, 119, 127 and 148.
2038
Notes A149-312, including several pages of additions to A153, 159, 183, 197, 199, 229, 231, 233, 269, 293, 301 and 303.
2039
Notes a1-82, 101-226, including several pages of additions to a1, 15, 21, 35, 37, 51 and 101.
2040-2041
Notes numbered B1-146 and b1-226 relating to Belgium, Luxemburg and the Netherlands, c. 400 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  2 covers.
2040
Notes B1-146, including several pages of additions to B115, 131, 133, 137, 139 and 145.
2041
Notes b1-112, 115-226, including several pages of additions to b210 and 213.
2042-2044
Notes numbered C1-130 and c1-778 relating to Great Britain, c. 950 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  3 folders.
2042
Notes C1-130, including several pages of additions to C1, 5, 9, 13, 41, 45, 100, 106 and 129.
2043
Notes c1- 412, including several pages of additions to c4, 56 and 187.
2044
Notes c413-432, 435-658, 669-778, including several pages of additions to c575, 605, 607, 617, 619, 691, 707, 709 and 769.
NB. ‘Reeves’ catalogue of books and pamphlets ...’, p. 753-768, with note by Nettlau ‘das nicht unterstrichene nicht in der Bibliogr. oder schon früher. 31/8 91’.
2045-2049
Notes numbered D1-224 and d1-584 relating to Germany, c. 900 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  5 folders.
2045
Notes D1-42, including several pages of additions to D1, 3, 29, 33, 37 and 41.
2046
Notes D43-129, including several pages of additions to D55, 69, 73, 77, 85, 105, 111 and 115.
2047
Notes D131-224, including several pages of additions to D211, 215 and 217. With a list of serials in D217-224.
2048
Notes d1-194, including several pages of additions to d41, 45, 47, 104, 105, 107, 133, 144, 170, 171, 177, 179 and 181.
2049
Notes d195-584, including several pages of additions to d195, 204, 265, 309, 395, 397, 405, 407, 411, 419, 427, 429, 449, 520, 525, 535 and 30 p. not numbered.
2050
Notes numbered E1-138 relating to ‘Facts’, c. 150 p. octavo, including several pages of additions to E7, 11, 15, 23, 55, 91, 115 and 121. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  1 folder.
2051-2056
Notes numbered F1-228 and f1-1326 relating to France, c. 1800 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  6 folders.
2051
Notes F1-228, including several pages of additions to F3, 5, 7, 9, 33, 71, 75, 135, 137, 155, 167, 177, 191 and 219.
2052
Notes f1-162, including many pages of additions to f19, 21, 39, 40, 42, 47, 69, 71, 88, 102, 115, 129, 133, 143 and 159.
2053
Notes f163-450, including many pages of additions to f180, 239, 241, 287 and 337.
2054
Notes f451-810, including many pages of additions to f451, 453, 481, 513, 643 and 737.
2055
Notes f811-1102, 1113-1184, including many pages of additions to f870, 881, 965, 997 and 1159.
2056
Notes f1185-1326, including several pages of additions to f1236, 1239, 1241, 1245, 1249 and 1319.
2057-2058
Notes numbered G1-210 and g1-314 relating to ‘Internat. Movement’, c. 570 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  2 folders.
2057
Notes G 1-210, including several pages of additions to G1, 51 and 209.
NB. Additions to G209 also numbered G213-243.
2058
Notes g1-314, including several pages of additions to g40, 42, 50, 53, 67, 81, 85, 101, 179, 252 and 269.
2059-2060
Notes numbered H1-106 and h1-424 relating to ‘Italy’, c. 550 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  2 folders.
2059
Notes H1-106, including several pages of additions to H33, 51, 73, 95 and 106.
2060
Notes h1-424, including several pages of additions to h11, 21, 173, 363, 398 and 399.
2061-2067
Notes numbered I1-156 and i1-1010 relating to Russia, Poland, Serbia, Rumania, c. 1300 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  7 folders.
2061
Notes I1-86, including several pages of additions to I1, 13, 15, 19, 21, 25, 29, 35, 41, 43, 49, 51, 55, 57, 71 and 79.
2062
Notes I87-116, including several pages of additions to I87, 89, 109, 111 and 115.
2063
Notes I117-156, including several pages of additions to I125, 133, 137, 139, 141, 143, 153 and 155.
2064
Notes i1-300, including many pages of additions to i1, 3, 23, 33, 35, 233, 273 and 297. Mostly in shorthand.
NB. For notes on Bakunin see also the additions to i16, inv. nos. 1728-1734.
2065
Notes i301-428, 445-654, including several pages of additions to i301, 307, 389, 397 and 568.
2066
Notes i655-756, 759-830, including many pages of additions to i677, 679, 707, 717, 719, 745, 749, 751, 753, 769, 771 and 829.
NB. Missing i769-3/6.
2067
Notes i831-1010, including many pages of additions to i948, 969, 981, 1000 and 1001.
NB. Missing i1001+ 1/4.
2068-2069
Notes numbered K1-68 and xK1-48 relating to ‘Scandinav[ian] Countries’, c. 140 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  2 covers.
2068
Notes K1-68, including several pages of additions to K3, 7, 27, 33, 35 and 39.
NB. K53-55 appear twice.
2069
Notes xK1-38 and K39-48, including several pages of additions to K47.
2070-2071
Notes numbered L1-78 and l1-162 relating to ‘Spain etc.’, c. 270 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  2 folders.
2070
Notes L1-78, including several pages of additions to L23, 29, 31, 33, 35, 37, 39, 53 and 77.
NB. Additions in folio to L77 also numbered L81-88.
2071
Notes l1-162, including several pages of additions to l141.
2072-2074
Notes numbered M1-108 and m1-138 relating to ‘Switzerland’, c. 280 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  3 folders.
2072
Notes M1-98, including several pages of additions to M3, 11, 15, 51, 87, 89 and 93.
2073
Notes M99-108, including several pages of additions to M99, 101, 103 and 104.
2074
Notes m1-138, including several pages of additions to m103.
2075-2077
Notes numbered N1-162 and n1-238 relating to ‘[North] America’, c. 450 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand. With pages of a different size inserted later.   1887-1892 and later.  3 folders.
2075
Notes N1-98, including several pages of additions to N11, 39, 49 and 55.
2076
Notes N99-162, including several pages of additions to N113, 115, 129, 151, 159 and 162.
NB. Includes a survey of serials in additions to N162.
2077
Notes n1-238, including several pages of additions to n33, 39, 95, 97, 110-111, 169, 176-177, 187 and 199.
2078-2079
Notes relating to the above series, not numbered and not indexed by Nettlau, c. 950 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand.   1887-1892 and later.  2 folders.
2078
Series A, B, C, D, F, G, H, I. Unsorted, c. 730 p.
2079
Series K, L, N and Utopian ideas and movements. Unsorted, c. 180 p.
2080-2083
Unsorted notes in octavo mostly made in the 1930s, not numbered and not indexed by Nettlau, c. 4000 p. octavo. Partly in shorthand.   1920s-1930s.  4 folders.
NB. On various types of paper in octavo, the back partly used for other, later notes.
2080
Part 1.
2081
Part 2.
2082
Part 3.
2083
Part 4.

Notes in folio

NB. Concerns copies or excerpts of manuscripts, letters and (rare) publications as well as shorthand notes and some transcripts of conversations; for notes on Bakunin see also inv. nos. 1735-1746.
2084
Several series of notes made in the 1890s, not numbered and not indexed by Nettlau, c. 100 p. folio. Partly in shorthand.   1890s; 1893, Dec.; 1896, Oct.-Nov.  1 folder.

Notes in quarto

NB. Concerns copies or excerpts of manuscripts, letters and (rare) publications as well as shorthand notes and some transcripts of conversations; largely organised by subjects; see also inv. nos. 1747-1770 for notes on Bakunin.
2085-2088
Notes in quarto, not numbered and not indexed by Nettlau, c. 400 p., including pages of additions in a different size. Partly in shorthand.   c. 1897-1910s and later.  3 folders and 1 cover.
NB. Used partly for ‘L’Idée anarchiste: son passé, son avenir’ in L’Idée anarchiste (1924), March-Nov., and subsequently for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’, Vol. 1: Der Vorfrühling der Anarchie (1925), as well as for ‘Nachträge’ for Michael Bakunin. Eine Biographie (1903-1904). See also inv. no. 3607.
2085-2086
Notes, c. 320 p.
NB. See also inv. nos. 1805-1807, 2087, 2123, 2617 and 2620-2621.
2085
Part 1.
2086
Part 2.
2087
Notes and copies of publications by Sylvain Maréchal, P.-J. Proudhon and Joseph Déjacque. Unsorted, c. 70 p.
2088
Notes in shorthand relating to the early libertarian movement in Belgium, France and elsewhere, possibly based on conversations in Oct. 1903 with Pierre Vésinier, Varlaam Čerkezov and others, 9 p. (cover)
2089
Excerpts (draft?) of Revolté (Geneva; Paris 1879-1894)   , Temps nouveaux (Paris 1895-1907), Freedom (London 1886-1909), and Le Réveil (Geneva 1903-1907). Mostly in shorthand. 1920s.  1 cover.
NB. ‘Alte Exc.’; on waste paper.
2090-2091
Notes numbered 1-150 and 1-158 mainly on Utopian ideas and movements, c. 275 p. quarto. Partly in shorthand.   c. 1924-1937.  2 covers.
NB. Several pages are blank or missing; inv. no. 2091 also includes bibliographical notes for publication projects and on p. 109-110 a copy in shorthand of a letter by Nettlau to Helmut Rüdiger, dated 25 April 1930, relating to Die Debatte , nos. 1-3.
2090
Part 1.
2091
Part 2.
2092
Notes numbered 1"-54", 63"-112", 116"-120" and without page number. Partly in shorthand. With draft notes.   1925-1927.  1 folder..
2093
Notes numbered P1-312 made in 1926 in Berlin (SPD Parteiarchiv) relating to the First International and Bakunin in Italy, c. 320 p. quarto. Partly in shorthand.   1926, Aug.-Sept.  1 folder.
NB. Including several pages of additions to P311 inserted in 1927.
2094
Notes made in 1927 in Berlin (SPD Parteiarchiv) relating to the First International and Bakunin in Spain, p. 1-290, 293-374 quarto. Partly in shorthand.   1927, Aug.-Sept.  1 folder.
NB. Notes numbered R1ff. made in 1927 and 1928 on journey, see also inv. nos. 1872-1873.
2095-2096
Notes made in 1928 in Barcelona relating to the First International and Bakunin in Italy and Spain, 720 p. quarto. Partly in shorthand.   1928.  2 folders.
2095
Pages 1-382.
2096
Pages 383-720.
2097-2098
Notes numbered x-1-494 made in 1929 in Barcelona relating to the First International and Bakunin in Italy and Spain, 508 p. quarto. Partly in shorthand.   1929.  2 folders.
2097
Pages 1-14 and x-1-254.
2098
Pages x-255-494.
2099
Notes numbered Z1-174 made in 1929 in Zürich for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’ Vol. 3ff. Mostly in shorthand.   1st half of 1929.  1 folder.
NB. Also with notes relating to the First International and Bakunin.
2100
Notes numbered G1-204 made in 1929 in Berlin in particular for the First International and for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’ Vol. 3ff. Mostly in shorthand.   2nd half of 1929.  1 folder.
NB. Some pages on the back of the final manuscript of Bakunin, Gesammelte Werke ; includes several pages of additions also of a different size.
2101
Notes numbered Δ1-378 made in 1930 in ‘Genf-Paris-Zürich’ for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’ Vol. 4ff. For a large part in shorthand.   1930.  1 folder.
NB. Also with notes relating to the First International and Bakunin; on page Δ202 a list of persons Nettlau met in Paris in May and June 1930.
2102
Notes made in 1931 in Barcelona and in Domme (Paul Reclus) in particular for the First International in Spain and in 1933/34 in Vienna for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’ Vol. 5ff., p. 1-179, 182-242, with several pages of additions to p. 129, 142, 183, 185, 217, 218 and 225. Partly in shorthand.   1931 and later.  1 folder.
NB. Includes many chronological lists and historical dates; on the back of p. 175 copy of a letter to Heinrich Bergmann (Wattenscheid) 1932; many pages on verso of abandoned or discarded manuscripts and letters; several pages of a different size.
2103-2105
Notes numbered Y1-586 made in 1932 in Barcelona, in Ascona and in Zurich (Ernst Frick) for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’ Vol. 5ff. For a large part in shorthand.   1932, April-Dec.  3 folders.
NB. Includes notes relating to the First International and Bakunin. Several pages of a different size.
2103
Notes Y1-212, including several pages of additions to Y150.
2104
Notes Y213-430, including several pages of additions to Y213.
2105
Notes Y431-586, including several pages of additions to Y502, 508, 534 and 584 and several not numbered pages.
2106
Notes made in 1933 in particular in Barcelona for the First International in Spain and for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’ Vol. 6ff., p. 1-46, 51-148, 151-364, including several pages of additions to p. 44, 148 and 215. For a large part in shorthand.   1933.  1 folder.
NB. Most pages in octavo, several pages on the back of unfinished or discarded manuscripts and letters.
2107-2108
Notes made in 1934 in Barcelona for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’ Vol. 6ff., p. 1-450. For a large part in shorthand.   1934, April-Aug.  2 folders.
NB. Many pages of a different size.
2107
Pages 1-252, including several pages of additions to p. 251.
2108
Pages 253-450.
2109-2110
Notes made in 1935 in particular in Barcelona for ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’ Vol. 6ff., c. 530 p. quarto. For a large part in shorthand.   1935.  2 folders.
NB. Several pages of a different size.
2109
Pages 1-218, including many pages of additions to p. 58, 145, 154, 202 and 218 .
2110
Pages 219-374, including many pages of additions to p. 226, 252, 364, 368 and 370.
2111
Notes made in 1936 in particular in Barcelona for probably ‘Geschichte der Anarchie’ Vol. 6ff., c. 260 p., including many pages of additions to p. 53, 204, 208, 210 and 212. For a large part in shorthand.   1936.  1 folder.
NB. Many pages of a different size.
2112
Notes made in 1937 probably in Ascona, c. 145 p. Partly in shorthand.   1937.  1 folder.
NB. Some sets of notes are numbered but not indexed by Nettlau. Several pages of a different size.
2113
Notes made in 1938 and 1939 relating to Malatesta, Kropotkin and others, c. 100 p. Partly in shorthand.   1938-1939.  1 folder..
NB. Some sets of notes are numbered but not indexed by Nettlau.

Copies and excerpts of other texts made by Nettlau
2114
Excerpt of Friedrich Engels, Der Ursprung der Familie ... (Stuttgart 1886), 8 p. folio.   1887, July 13-15.  1 cover.
2115
Excerpt of Ferdinand Lassalle, Die Philosophie Fichte’s und die Bedeutung des deutschen Volkgeistes , 4 p. folio.   c. 1890.  1 cover.
2116
Copy in shorthand of ‘Kritische Randglossen zu dem Artikel: “Der König von Preussen und die Socialreform Von einem Preussen”’ by Karl Marx ( Vorwärts , Paris, 1844), 20 p. quarto.   c. 1890s.  1 cover.
2117
Copy of letters by Friedrich Engels to the editor of Commonwealth relating to Poland (published in The Commonwealth , London, 1866, March and May, no. 159-160, 165), 9 p. folio.   1890s.  1 cover.
2118
Copy of ‘Manifesto elettorale’ beginning with ‘L’Associazione Libertà e Giustizia riunitasi il dè 27 febbraio 1867 ...’, 7 p. folio.   1890s.  1 cover.
2119
Copy of ‘Programma revoljucionnych dejstvij’ (1870?), 4 p. folio.   1890s.  1 cover.
NB. Published by Nettlau probably in Anarchičeskij Vestnik (Berlin), 1923 or 1924.
2120
Excerpt in shorthand of Zur Geschichte der Arbeiter-Bewegung Österreichs. 1867-1892 (Graz 1893) by August Krčal, 94 p. octavo.   c. 1894.  1 cover.
2121
Copy of the ‘Address to the industrious classes of Britain and Ireland’ by William Thompson ( The Co-operative Magazine and Monthly Herald , London, Vol. 1, 1826), 10 p. quarto.   c. 1900s.  1 cover.
NB. Includes bibliographical notes on Thompson covering the period 1826-1830.
2122
Copy of ‘Révolution’ by Carlo Cafiero ( La Révolution sociale , Saint-Cloud, 1881, Feb. 20), 3 p. folio. c. 1900s.  1 cover.
2123
Copies and excerpts of articles by P.-J. Proudhon published in Le Peuple (Paris) 1849, 8 p. folio.   1911, Oct. 16-17.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. nos. 2085-2086.
2124
Excerpts in shorthand of History of civilisation in England (1865) by Henry Thomas Buckle, c. 20 p. octavo in notebook also with addresses and other notes.   1926, Dec.-1927.  1 cover.
NB. Probably used for the article ‘Los origines de la Civilización Europea. (Una ojeada sobre la obra de H. Th. Buckle)’ published in La Revista Blanca (Barcelona), 1927, May.

Work indices and lists of contents
2125-2128
Lists of contents of notes in octavo (inv. nos. 2036-2077) and to early notes on Bakunin, 323 p. octavo.   c. 1887-1890(?)  4 covers..
NB. Lists sewn together; entries are numbered and roughly sewn in chronological order.
2125
850 entries, 58 p.
2126
1454 entries, 161 p.
2127
2095 entries, 96 p.
NB. Many entries relating to Bakunin and the First International.
2128
127 entries, 8 p.
2129
Work indices arranged systematically, probably referring to early notes on Bakunin, 64 p. and 132 p. octavo.   1891, May and 1892(?)  1 cover.
NB. Indices sewn together by Nettlau.
2130-2141
Outlines of work indices referring to notes in octavo (inv. nos. 2036-2077), 35 sheets and 4 p. folio.   c. 1890 and later.  12 covers.
2130
Outlines referring to the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the period 1844-1889, 5 sheets.
NB. Page [17] concerns Hungary in the period 1848-1887.
2131
Outlines referring to Belgium, Luxemburg, Netherlands in the period 1830-1889, 3 sheets.
NB. Page [3] concerns Sweden in the period 1840-1891.
2132
Outlines referring to France in the period 1789-1889, 6 sheets.
2133
Outlines referring to Germany in the period c. 1830-1887, 4 sheets.
2134
Outlines referring to Italy in the period 1848-1888, 3 sheets.
NB. Page [3] concerns Portugal in the period c. 1851-1889.
2135
Outlines referring to Russia, Poland and (South) East Europe in the period c. 1817-1888, 4 sheets.
NB. Page [13] concerns French persons.
2136
Outlines referring to Scandinavia in the period 1840s-1890, 1 sheet.
NB. Page [1] and [4] concerns Japan, China, Australia and Latin America in the period 1870s-1880s.
2137
Outlines referring to Spain in the period 1840s-1890, 2 sheets.
2138
Outlines referring to Switzerland and the First International in the period 1855-1883, 2 sheets.
NB. Including also the congresses of the International.
2139
Outlines referring to the United States of America in the period 1806-1889, 2 sheets.
2140
Outlines referring to Utopian ideas and movements and Darwinism in the period c. 1816-1888, 2 sheets.
NB. Page [8] concerns Johann Most in the period 1871-1882 and the Freiheit (New York).
2141
Outlines referring to various subjects, 1 sheet and 4 p. folio.
2142-2165
Work indices (partly drafts) referring to notes in octavo (inv. nos. 2036-2077). Unsorted, c. 1525 p. octavo.   c. 1891 and later.  3 folders and 21 covers.
NB. Many indices on the back of pages from Nettlau’s university period.
2142
Indices relating to the Austro-Hungarian Empire and its people (in particular inv. nos. 2036-2039), c. 50 p.
2143
Indices relating to Belgium, Luxemburg, Netherlands (in particular inv. nos. 2040-2041), c. 50 p.
2144
Indices relating to France, French revolution, revolution of 1848, the Commune, misc. socialist and alternative movements (in particular inv. nos. 2051-2056), c. 375 p. (folder)
2145
Indices relating to Germany (in particular inv. nos. 2045-2049), c. 250 p. (folder)
2146
Indices relating to Great Britain (England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales), Australia, South Africa, New Zealand (in particular inv. nos. 2042-2044), c. 125 p.
2147
Indices relating to social movements (inv. nos. 2057-2058) and Secret societies, c. 35 p.
2148-2149
Indices relating to Italy, Italian revolutionary movements, the International and anarchists up to April 1890 (in particular inv. nos. 2059-2060).
2148
Arranged systematically, c. 120 p.
2149
Numbered drafts, c. 80 p. Partly crossed out.
2150
Indices relating to Russia, Poland and (South) East Europe (in particular inv. nos. 2061-2067), c. 200 p. (folder)
2151
List of contents and work index relating to Scandinavia (Denmark, Sweden, Norway) (in particular inv. nos. 2068-2069), c. 40 p.
2152
Indices relating to Spain and the International, Portugal and Latin America (in particular inv. nos. 2070-2071), c. 40 p.
2153
Indices relating to Switzerland and the International (in particular inv. nos. 2072-2074), c. 40 p.
2154
Indices relating to United States of America (English, German, French etc. language groups) (in particular inv. nos. 2075-2077), c. 70 p.
2155
Indices relating to the women’s question, c. 25 p.
2156
Indices relating to various movements and literature in Asian, Caucasian etc. languages, c. 10 p.
2157
Indices relating to Utopian ideas and movements, c. 120 p.
2158
Indices relating to free thinkers, secularism, c. 10 p.
2159
Indices relating to land reform, single tax, Henry George, Gronlund and other progressive movements, c. 30 p.
2160
Indices relating to the Co-operative movement, c. 20 p.
2161
Indices relating to (Neo-)Malthusianism, Darwinism, c. 5 p.
2162
Indices relating to (religious) Christian socialists, c. 10 p.
2163
Indices relating to the theory of value, c. 10 p.
2164
Indices relating to dynasties, c. 10 p.
2165
Indices relating to bibliographical literature and references; general literature on socialism and anarchism; songs; leaflets and photographs, c. 30 p.
2166
Work indices referring to a small part of notes in quarto (inv. nos. 1872-1873, 2092-2113). Unsorted, c. 500 p. octavo.   1920s-1930s.  1 folder..
2167
Work indices and notes for articles and books, crossed out by Nettlau. Unsorted.   1920s-1930s.  1 folder.

Reviews
2168
Clippings of reviews of publications by Nettlau and of articles referring to his publications. With some copies of periodicals and notes.   1894, 1897, 1900, 1906-1907, 1913, 1919, 1921, 1925-1928, c. 1932, 1955.  1 cover, large size A2.

Library requests
2169-2175
Library request forms for publications of the British Museum, London. With rules and notes.   1884-1913 and n.d.  4 boxes and 3 folders.
2169
1884-1888.
2170
1888.
2171
1889.
2172
1889-1891. (box)
2173
1892-1894. (box)
2174
1895-1904. (box)
2175
1905-1913 and n.d. (box)
2176
Library request forms for newspapers of the British Museum, London. With notes.   1889-1890, 1892, 1894.  1 cover.
2177
Library request forms relating to research by Vladimir Bourtzeff for Nettlau in the British Museum, London.   c. 1889-1894.  1 cover.
2178
Library request forms for publications of the University Library of Vienna.   1887.  1 cover.
2179
Library request forms for publications of the Public Library of Geneva.   [c. 1891, 1894?].  1 cover.
2180
Library request forms for publications of the Königliche Bibliothek and the KUB, Berlin.   1894, 1896.  1 cover.

Collecting activities


Acquisition
2181-2459
Letters received from antiquarians, booksellers, collectors and publishers.   1884-1938 and n.d.  265 covers and 1 folder.
2181
L’Action (Paris) ( Steens ). 1896.
2182
L’Agitazione (Ancona). 1897-1898.
2183
Allgemeine Zeitung (Salzburg). 1893.
2184
Alvarez, Ernesto(?) . 1895.
2185
Amerikanskye Izvestia (New York). 1924.
2186
L’Anarchie (Paris) (Le Rétif). 1911.
2187
Appeal to Reason (Girard, Kansas) . 1909.
2188
Arbeiter-Buchhandlung, Vienna. 1926.
2189
Ateneo Libertario, Comité de Agitación Contra Represión, Barcelona. 1933.
2190
Auer (?), Antiquar, Vienna. 1885.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2191
Azzaretti, Antonine (Marsala). 1892.
2192
Baschet, Ludovic (Librairie d’Art, Paris). 1894.
2193
Bastien, Georges (Amiens). 1905.
2194
Bibliothèque Publique, Geneva . 1906-1907 and n.d.
2195
Birotta, Paolo (Gentilino). 1898.
NB. Postcard partly illegible.
2196
Björck & Börjesson, Antikvariat, Stockholm. 1912.
2197
Blouse, La (Firenze) ( Lorenzo Cenzi ). 1908.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2198
Blumen-Arbeiter, Der (Berlin). 1911.
2199
Bo (?) , Libraires, Tours. 1908.
2200
Boer, L. de, Boekhandel, Amsterdam. 1907-1910 and n.d.
2201
Bolton Socialist, The ( W.A. Seaton ). 1904.
2202
Bonafulla (?). 1904.
2203
Boswell, C.H. ( The Labor Argus , Charleston, West Virginia). 1913.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
2204
Bradshaw, A. (Co-operative Union Ltd., London). 1905.
2205
Brandwood, John (?). 1895.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2206
Breslauer, Martin (Buchhändler und Antiquar, Berlin). 1911.
2207
Brotherhood Publishing Co., London . With on bill 1897 a letter by Nettlau. 1897-1898.
NB. Letters from 1898 partly illegible because of damage.
2208
Bujoz, M.Gh. ( Viitorul Social , Iaşi). 1908 and n.d.
2209
Bulffi, Luis ( Salud y Fuerza , Barcelona). 1907-1908.
2210
Bulletin Official du Parti Socialiste Polonais (London). 1897.
NB. Also with an order by Nettlau for Polish pamphlets, 1897.
2211
Calvary & Co., S. , Antiquariat, Berlin. With a letter by Nettlau, not send. 1903.
2212
Cambridge University Press, The ( C.F. Clay ). 1890s.
NB. Letter partly damaged.
2213
Carlebach, Ernst , Buchhandlung, Heidelberg. 1907.
2214
Castilla, Peter (London). With a postscript by A. Davies 1901. 1900.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2215
Cecconi, Ettore , Libreria, Paris. 1927.
2216
Chambard, Le (Paris) ( Gérault Richard ). 1894.
NB. One letter partly illegible because of damage.
2217
Champion, H.H. (Aberdeen). 1892.
2218
Church Reformer (London). 1895.
2219
Cieslar, Paul , Buchhandlung, Graz. 1910.
2220
Cingr (?) (Brno). 1892.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2221
Ciriolo, J. (Ancona). 1896.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2222
Clarke, J.G. (London). 1910.
2223
Coenobium (Lugano). 1907.
2224
Contre le Courant (Paris). 1928.
2225
Controcorrente, La (Bologna). 1912.
2226
Co-operation ( The Co-operative League, New York ). 1926.
2227
Co-operative Union, The, Manchester ( A. Whitehead ). 1905.
NB. One letter partly damaged.
2228
Corsario, El (La Coruña). 1890s.
2229
Cruse's Buchhandlung, Fr., Hannover. 1884.
2230
Cultura Proletaria , Grupo (New York). 1928-1929, 1931 and n.d.
2231
Danielewicz, Sigismund (San Francisco). 1890.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
Darnaud, Emile (Foix) see inv. no. 334.
2232
Dial, The (Chicago). 1898.
2233
Dietz Nachf., J. H.W., Stuttgart. 1903.
2234
Dorbon, Lucien, Librairie, Paris. 1904.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2235
Downing, William (Birmingham). 1884.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
Drukarnia i Księgarnia (London) see inv. no. 680.
2236
Dubord (?), A. ( Terre et Liberté , Saint-Cyr les Colons). 1905.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2237
Éclaireur de la Vienne, L’ (Chatelleraut). 1891.
2238
Edelman, T. (Amsterdam). 1903.
2239
Egoism (Oakland, California) ( Georgia Replogh ). 1897.
2240
Endehors, L’ (Paris) ( G. Brandal ). 1892.
2241
Equitist, The (New York). 1897.
2242
Erskine, Stuart ( The Whirlwind , London). 1890.
2243
Europe (F. Rieder & Cie., Paris). 1929(?)
2244
Fédération des Unions Ouvrières de la Suisse Romande ( J. Devrincent? ). 1909.
NB. On back of letter by Nettlau.
2245
Firelli, Francesco (Giulianello). 1897.
2246
Fock, Gustav , Buchhandlung, Leipzig. 1910, 1921-1926. (folder)
2247
Fortuijn, J.A. , Algemene boekhandel, Amsterdam. 1895.
2248
Franke's Verlag, Leipzig. 1921.
2249
Frankfurter Zeitung . 1906.
2250
Fratelli Treves, Editori, Milan. 1894.
2251
Free Society (Philadelphia). 1921.
Freie Arbeiter, Der (Berlin) see inv. no. 438.
2252
Freie Arbeiter Stimme (New York). 1910.
2253
Freie Siedelungs-Gesellschaft Mainz ( I. Schmidt ). 1910.
2254
Frensdorff, Ernst , Buch- u. Kunstantiquariat, Berlin. 1909.
2255
Friedmann, Aron Tobias . 1938.
NB. Note by Nettlau concerning Friedmann’s collection on Yiddish and German anarchistic books and manuscripts.
2256
Fueyo, Bautista (Imprenta y Librería, Buenos Aires). 1906.
2257
Furet, La (Paris) ( A. Collart ). 1910.
2258
Fureteur, Le (Bruxelles). 1908.
2259
Fuss, Henri ( L’Utopie , Bruxelles). 1905.
2260
Garden City Association, London ( George J.H. Northcroft ). 1904, 1908.
2261
Geddes, C.Y (?) (Edinburgh). 1905.
2262
Geiger, G. , Buchhandlung und Antiquariat, Stuttgart. 1903.
2263
Génération consciente (Paris) ( J.A. Croize? ). 1908.
2264
Gerbaud, A. ( En Marge , Bruxelles). 1913-1914.
2265
Gil Blas (Paris). 1898.
2266
Goldenberg, Lazar ( R.F.P. Fund, London ). 1900, 1905.
2267
Gomez, Aquilino (Baracaldo). 1912.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2268
Gonçalves Vianna, J. Martins (Porto). 1890s.
NB. Visiting card.
2269
Gudmundsson, P.G. (Reykjavik). 1908.
Guerdjicoff (Philippopoli, Bulgaria) see inv. no. 545.
2270
Händel, Carl (Art Cabinet Maker, London). 1900-1904, 1906-1910 and n.d.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
Hamon, Augustin see inv. no. 582.
2271
Harrassowitz, Otto (Leipzig). 1903.
2272
Henderson, Francis Riddel , Publisher & Bookseller (London). 1901-1902 and n.d.
NB. Postcards partly illegible because of damage.
2273
Henze, Carl (London). 1888.
Hervé, C. (Brest) see inv. no. 620.
2274
Hess, J. , Antiquariat, Ellwangen. 1884.
2275
Hijos del mundo, Los (Havana) ( Victoriano Diaz ). 1892.
2276
Hoepli, Ulrico (Editore - Libraio, Milan). 1903, 1909.
2277
Homme Libre, L’ (Brussels). 1892.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2278
Hübel, Ernst ( Arbeiter-Presse , Reichenberg). 1896.
2279
Humanitarian League, The (London) ( K. Whitaker ). 1909.
2280
Humboldt Library, The (New York) . 1897.
2281
Humboldt Publishing Company ( Twentieth Century , New York). With a letter by Nettlau. 1921.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2282
Industrial Syndicalist, The (London) ( Guy Bowman ). 1912.
2283
Ingham, T. ( Pionier , Leicester). 1895.
2284
Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, Vienna. 1930, 1932.
2285
Irish Daily Independent, The (Dublin). 1899.
2286
Janvion, Emile (Paris). 1905.
2287
Journal, Le (Paris). 1894.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
2288
Kahan, S. (London). 1896.
2289
Kavanagh, Mat (Liverpool). 1903.
2290
Kelchevny(?), J. (London). 1892.
2291
Kirchhoff & Wigand (Leipzig). 1893.
2292
Koopmann, Gustav (Berlin). 1892-1893.
2293
Kova (Philadelphia). 1905.
NB. One letter partly illegible because of damage.
2294
Kowalski ( Predświt ?, Geneva). 1890.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2295
Kucera, Josef (New York). 1914.
2296
Kysow, H. (Cabinet Maker, London). 1902-1903.
NB. One letter partly illegible because of damage.
2297
Labour Department. Board of Trade, London ( H. Llewellyn Smith ). 1893.
2298
Labour Gazette, The (London). 1895.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2299
Labour Leader, The (London). 1898.
NB. Letter incomplete.
2300
Labour Leader, The (Manchester). 1911.
2301
Labour Leader Ltd., The, Glasgow . 1902.
2302
Land and People (Birmingham). 1895.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2303
Land Values (Glasgow). 1903.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2304
La Salle, Gabriel de ( L’Art Social , Paris). 1892.
2305
Laurie, Thomas (London). 1906.
2306
Leatham, James ( Workers’ Herald , Aberdeen; The Worker , Huddersfield). 1893, n.d., 1910.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
2307
Lecadieu, Hélène (Paris). 1901.
2308
Lecoeur, L. (St. Cyd les Colons). 1905.
2309
Ledoux, Jules (Liège). 1902-1903.
2310
Legavre, Léon ( La Terre , Mons). 1905.
2311
Lens (?), Vahio (Rio [de Janeiro?]). 1935.
NB. Letter to ‘Camarada’ Soler on the archives of Joas Goncalves da Silva.
2312
LeRoy, Achille (Librairie Socialiste Internationale, Paris). 1888, 1890.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
2313
Lever Brothers Ltd., Port Sunlight, Cheshire. 1907.
2314
Libertaire, Le (Paris). 1923, 1930.
2315
Libertario, Il (La Spezia) ( Fabio Massimo ). 1904(?)
2316
Licht en Waarheid (Amsterdam). 1894.
NB. An order by Nettlau not send.
2317
Liebisch, Bernhard , Bücher, Leipzig. 1894, 1903.
2318
Ligue de la Paix, Bern ( G. Bodet ). 1902.
2319
Lindsay, L.C. (London). 1902.
2320
Lizdeika, J. (London). 1902-1903.
NB. Note by Nettlau ‘lithanian soc[ial] dem[ocrat]’.
2321
Lorentz, Alfred, Sortiment, Leipzig. 1884, 1913.
2322
Lübcke & Nöhring, Sortiment u. Antiquariat, Lübeck. 1903.
2323
Lüneburg’s Sortiment u. Antiquariat, Dr. H., Munich. 1907.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2324
Lupton, E. (Working Womens Union, London). 1896.
2325
Luta, A (Porto Alegre, Brazil). 1908.
2326
Lutz, G. (Milwaukee, Wisconsin). 1890s.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2327
Luz y Vida (San Juan, Puerto Rico) ( Guillermo Delgado López ). 1909.
2328
MacLaren & Son, Alexander (Glasgow). 1913.
2329
MacQueen, William (Leeds). 1901.
2330
Manchester Guardian, The . 1919-1920.
2331
Mandl, B. ( Die freie Generation , Berlin). With a postcard by Nettlau, c. 1938. 1907, 1938.
2332
Manganara, Jean M. 1899.
2333
Mann, L. (Liverpool). 1902.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
2334
Marchetti, Alessio ( L’Operaio , Padua). 1892.
2335
Marquez, H. ( A Sementeira , Lisbon). 1909.
2336
Mauthner, Theodor (?). N.d.
NB. Copy of a letter by Nettlau.
2337
Mechveret. Organe de la Jeune Turquie (Paris). 1904.
2338
Mehler, Heinrich (Mannheim). 1907.
2339
Mehr, Adolf B. (Lemberg). 1893.
2340
Meier-Merhart, J. , Buchhandlung, Zurich. 1895.
2341
Mella, Ricardo . 1910.
NB. Letter to Morato relating to a request for copies of a periodical.
2342
Meuel, Karl (London). 1905.
2343
Młot (Lwow). 1892.
2344
Móller (Möller), J. ( Proletaren , Copenhagen). 1896.
2345
Monde nouveau, Le (Paris) ( Alphonse Argence ). 1895.
2346
Mouzil(?), J. ( Burevestnik , Paris). 1909.
2347
Müller, David (Magdeburg). N.d.
2348
Murdoch & Co., Agents of Brotherhood Publishing Co., London. 1896.
NB. Letter partly illegible because of damage.
2349
Murrays Booksellers, Leicester. 1911.
2350
Museum Book Store, The, London. 1908.
2351
Muşoiu, Panait ( Revista ideei , Bucharest). With notes by Nettlau. 1895-1897, 1902, 1906, 1919-1920, 1929 and n.d.
2352
Naboulet, L. Roch (Paraná; La Tarde , Posadas, Argentine). 1909, 1914.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
2353
Narodna Recs (Budapest) . 1904.
2354
Nastoupil, Josef (London). 1896-1897.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage. On a letter from 1896 also a letter by Pepa .
2355
Nathanson, Abraham (London). 1902-1903.
2356
Nation, The (New York) ( Martha Strumpf ). 1923-1926.
2357
National Labour Press, Ltd., The, Manchester. 1912.
2358
Népszava Buchhandlung, Budapest. 1903, 1909.
NB. Postcard from 1909 partly illegible because of damage.
2359
Neue Freie Presse (Vienna). 1922.
2360
Neues Wiener Tagblatt . 1897.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2361
Neumann, Stanislav Kostka ( Nový Kult , Prague). c. 1904.
2362
New International Review, The (Oxford) ( Fred Cutcliffe ). 1907.
2363
Norsa, Augusto ( Grido della Folla , Milano). 1906.
2364
Norske Arbeiderparti, Det , Kristiania ( Nilssen e.a.). With clippings of book announcements. 1905, 1912.
2365
Ny Tid (Göteborg). 1893.
2366
O'Brien, William (Dublin). 1905.
2367
Off, Louise A. ( The New Californian , Los Angeles). 1894.
2368
Okecki, A. de ( L’Autonomie , Paris). 1890.
NB. Postcards partly illegible because of damage.
2369
Omladina (Bruch) ( Karel Vohryzek ). With a letter by Bedrich Kalina(?) 1905.
2370
Open Forum, The (American Civil Liberties Union, Los Angeles). 1925.
2371
Pace, La (Genova). 1906.
2372
Paillette, Paul (Paris). 1893.
2373
Paisly Observer . 1907.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2374
Paraf-Javal, Georges (Groupe d’Études Scientifiques, Paris). 1911.
2375
Patarino, V. , Libreria antica e moderna, Naples. 1904.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2376
Paulso, Ragnvald , Bog- & Papirhandel, Bergen. 1898.
2377
Pepa (London). With notes in shorthand by Nettlau. 1895-1896.
NB. See also inv. no. 2354.
2378
Peterhead Sentinel and Buchan Journal ( George Paterson ). 1902.
2379
Potter, S. Carlyle . 1906.
2380
Prager, R.L. , Buchhandlung u. Antiquariat, Berlin. 1895, 1903-1904, 1906, 1926, 1930-1931.
2381
Préandeau, M. de (Paris). With a note by Nettlau. 1911.
2382
Productor, El (Barcelona). 1892-1893 and n.d.
Propaganda anarquista (Lisbon) see inv. no. 1041.
2383
Quaritch, Bernard (London). 1884.
2384
Question Sociale, La (Geneva). 1892-1893.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
2385
Raabe’s Nachf., Eugen Heinrich , Antiquariat u. Buchhandlung, Königsberg i.Pr.. 1892, 1900.
2386
Rebelde, El (Buenos Aires). 1902.
2387
Reich, Frieda , Antiquariat, Vienna. 1929, 1931.
2388
Reticky, Vaclav (New York). c. 1900.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2389
Revolta, A (Lisbon). 1893.
Révolte, La (Paris) see inv. no. 504.
2390
Revolutionary Industrialist, Brighton ( S.H. Muston ). 1909.
2391
Revue Socialiste (Paris). 1898.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2392
J. Rickersche Universitäts Buchhandlung, Giessen ( Ernst Legler ). 1910.
2393
Rieffel, R. , Libraire, Paris. 1910.
2394
Riemann (?) (Coburg). 1884.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2395
Ritti, Paul , Librairie, Paris. 1909.
2396
Röstel, Paul (Home, Washington). 1908-1909.
2397
Rosenthal, Ludwig , Librairie ancienne, Munich. 1909.
2398
Rossi, D.G. (Rome). 1885.
2399
Salud y Fuerza (Barcelona). N.d.
2400
Schaaf, Otto (Halle). 1912.
NB. Postcard to La Bataille Syndicaliste (Paris) relating to leaflets sent off; partly illegible.
2401
Schiller, Carl ( Freigeist , Reichenberg). 1895.
2402
Schleicher Frères (Paris). 1901-1902.
NB. Partly to John Turner ( Freedom ).
2403
Schreiber, P. (London). 1899, 1907, 1910s.
2404
Secolo, Il (Milano). 1894.
NB. Postcard partly illegible.
2405
Seeley & Co., London. 1903.
2406
Singer, Paul, Verlagsanstalt & Buchdruckerei, Stuttgart. 1907.
2407
Sivasty, Léo ( L’Aube nouvelle , Alais, Gard). 1900.
2408
Skorpionen (Copenhagen) (Jul. ... Sanuicken ). 1906.
Sociaal Anarchistische Actie in Nederland (SAA), Amsterdam see inv. no. 1603.
2409
Social Science Society, Glasgow ( William Duff ). 1904.
2410
Socialist Publishing Society, Chicago ( Arbeiter-Zeitung ).
NB. Written on a letter by Nettlau, partly illegible because of damage.
2411
Socialistische Boekhandel / Librairie centrale Socialiste, Gand; [from 1907:] Samenwerkende Volksdrukkerij / Société Coopérative). 1903-1904, 1907, 1912.
2412
Società Editrice ‘L’Internazionale’, Parma. 1912.
2413
Société nouvelle, La (Bruxelles) ( Emile Chapelier ). 1911.
2414
Society of Friends of Russian Freedom, London ( J. Fred. Green ). 1913.
2415
Sotheran & Co., H., Booksellers, London. 1884.
South African Free Press Committee (London) see inv. no. 1046.
2416
Sozialdemokrat (Berlin). 1895.
2417
Stern’s Zeitungsverlag, Vienna. 1896.
Sterringa, J. (Amsterdam) see inv. no. 1152.
2418
Stewart & Co., W., Publishers, London. 1911.
Štrams (New York) see inv. no. 1160.
2419
Surco, El (Iquique, Chile). With a note by Nettlau for Pierre Ramus. 1924.
2420
Swaab, A.S. (Amsterdam). 1905.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage; concerns Waarheidsbazuin .
2421
Szczodry, Franz (London). 1903.
NB. Postcards partly illegible because of damage.
2422
Takahashi,T. (Chicago). 1909.
Társadalmi Forradalom (Budapest) see inv. no. 854.
2423
Theodoroff, D.D. ( Rabotničeska Misal , Sofia). 1914.
2424
Thonar, Georges ( L’Insurge , Herstal). 1905.
2425
Tierra y Libertad (Barcelona; Madrid). 1906, 1912-1913.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
2426
Trautmann, William E. ( Industrial Workers of the World, Chicago ). 1908.
2427
Treveden (?), M. and V. Fack ( Volja , New York). 1909.
2428
Trinkler, Casp. ( Schweiz. Textil-Arbeiter , Ausserwihl). 1890.
2429
Trowitzsch & Sohn, Berlin. 1895.
2430
Trud (S. Peterburg) ( V. Minc? ). 1908.
2431
Trübner, Karl J. , Buchhandlung u. Antiquariat, Strassburg. 1885.
2432
Truelove, F.J. , Bookseller, London. 1903.
2433
Twentieth Century Co., The, New York. 1897.
2434
Union des Syndicats de la Province de Liège ( L. Wolter ). 1913.
2435
Veltman, C.M. (Sociaal Anarchistische Actie in Nederland SAA, Amsterdam). 1914.
2436
Verband schweiz. Konsumvereine, Basel. 1908.
2437
Verbo Nuevo (Brussels) ( Ernest Tanrez ). 1928.
2438
Verheyden, Prosper (Malines). 1897.
2439
Verinder, Frederick ( English League for the Taxation of Land Values, London ). 1895, 1904.
2440
Vita moderna (Milano). 1894.
2441
Voix du Peuple, La (Paris). 1910.
2442
Volkening, Eduard , Verlag u. Antiquariat, Leipzig. 1910.
2443
Volkstribüne (Vienna). 1894.
2444
Volný Duch (Prague). 1896.
2445
Vorwärts (Berlin). 1891, 1898.
2446
Voudrĭć (?), E.B. (Prague). 1893.
2447
Voynich, W. (London). 1893.
2448
Voz Libertaria, La (Paris). 1929.
2449
Walker, Edwin C. (Publisher and Bookseller, New York). 1908 and n.d.
NB. Letters partly illegible because of damage.
2450
Wer...(?) (Innsbruck). 1912.
2451
West, G. (Labour Press, Manchester). 1894.
NB. Postcard partly illegible because of damage.
2452
Wiener Volksbuchhandlung Ignaz Brand . With letters by Nettlau to Brand 1893 and to Bruno Wokurek 1912. 1895, 1899, 1911-1912.
2453
Wille, Bruno ( Neue freie Volksbühne , Berlin). 1894.
2454
Williams, H.B. (Manchester). 1912.
2455
Wilshire Book Company, New York. 1908.
2456
Wink, P.M. (Boekhandelaar - Uitgever, Amersfoort). With notes by Nettlau, partly separate. 1902-1904.
NB. Some letters partly illegible because of damage.
2457
Zaivo (?), A. (Montevideo). 1891.
Zeit, Die (Vienna) see inv. no. 1265.
Zisly, Henry G. see inv. no. 1276.
2458
Zukunft, Die (Vienna). 1895.
2459
Booksellers (unknown or illegible). 1893, 1896, 1903, 1909 and n.d.
NB. Partly illegible because of damage.
2460
Letters relating to acquisition returned to Nettlau undelivered.   1891-1897, 1890s.  1 cover.
2461-2462
Lists and separate notes relating to the collecting of periodicals, including titles from c. 1828.   1886-1937 and n.d.  2 folders.
2461
1886-1896.
2462
1900, 1902, 1906-1909, 1913-1914, 1920, 1922-1923, 1934-1937 and n.d.
NB. See also inv. no. 3596.
2463
Notebooks relating to periodicals received in exchange for Freedom (London). With some separate notes.   1895, 1898, 1903-1907, 1909-1911 and n.d.  1 folder.
NB. Booklet 1895 and note n.d. not in Nettlau’s handwriting; see also inv. no. 3597.
2464
Notebooklet and series of notes of primarily pamphlets and various materials including titles from 1828.   c. 1890, 1894.  1 cover.
2465
Notebook(lets), lists and series of notes of titles of books, pamphlets, periodicals, articles and various materials.   c. 1896-1897, 1909-1910, 1913, 1921-1924, 1937.  1 folder.
NB. See also inv. nos. 3598-3599.
2466-2469
Various separate notes, primarily bibliographical, probably relating to the collecting of publications. With an occasional list and some clippings.   c. 1885-1939 and n.d.  4 folders.
NB. See also inv. nos. 3600-3601.
2466
c. 1885-1894.
2467
c. 1895-1898.
2468
c. 1899-1911.
2469
c. 1912-1917, 1919, 1921, 1923, 1926, 1928-1931, 1933, 1938-1939 and n.d.
2470
Bills for publications.   1900, 1926.  2 pieces.
NB. See also inv. no. 3602.
2471-2475
Address sleeves, address labels, sometimes made out of parts of leaflets and some envelopes primarily of periodicals and documents (and some books) received by post.   c. 1887-1945 and n.d.  5 folders.
2471
c. 1887-1895.
2472
c. 1896-1904.
2473
c. 1905-1914, 1918-1922
2474
c. 1923-1939.
2475
1945 and n.d.
NB. Envelope 1945 received at the IISH after Nettlau’s death.
2476
Text and clippings of appeals for old numbers of periodicals and other publications, published in Freedom (London) and in Acción Libertaria (Buenos Aires?).   1890s, 1906.  1 cover..
2477
Notes relating to libraries, in particular on special collections of social and political literature. Incomplete.   [1890s], 1907, [1919?], 1925 and n.d.  1 folder.
NB. Notes 1890s not in Nettlau’s handwriting.
2478
Clippings relating to libraries and special collections.   c. 1904-1913, 1924.  1 cover, large size A2.
2479
Notes on books and periodicals, bought for Max and Siegfried Nacht.   1921-1922, 1924-1926, 1928-1931.  1 folder.
2480
Documents concerning subscriptions of periodicals for Fabius Nacht.   1924-1933.  1 folder.

Storage and collection management
2481
Bills and counterfoil for shipments from London, Emmerich, Göteborg and Holland and forms from the customs office in Vienna announcing the arrival of cases of papers and books.   1884, 1890, 1893, 1897-1898, 1906-[1907?], 1920, 1927, 1936.  1 folder.
2482
Bills for storage and shipment of Brasch & Rothenstein, Caro & Jellinek and other companies in Vienna. With a few other documents.   1889-1894, 1907, 1914, 1918, 1921, 1926, 1929, 1932-1933, 1935-1936.  1 folder.
2483
Note in shorthand listing items shipped from London(?).   N.d.  1 piece.
NB. Found with documents from 1897.
2484
Documents concerning storage and insurance of his documents at William Whiteley’s warehousing facilities.   1898-1904, 1906, 1921-1922, 1925-1928, 1932-1933.  1 folder.
2485
Lists of the contents of 189 cases at Whiteley’s in London. With separate notes on their management.   1898-1914 and n.d.  1 folder.
2486
Fire insurance policies for goods stored at William Whiteley.   1898, 1901.  1 cover, large size A3.
2487
Documents relating to his Chancery Lane safe deposit box.   1902-1903, 1911-1914, 1921-1928, 1932-1933.  1 cover.
2488
Fire insurance policy for the part of his collection stored at the Münchener Lagerhaus.   1903.  1 cover, large size A3.
2489
Documents relating to storage of part of his collection at Bedel & Cie, storage facilities in Paris.   1903-1914, 1916, 1920-1923, 1925-1932.  1 folder.
2490
Various notes relating to his cases in storage.   c. 1889-1935 and n.d.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. no. 3603.
2491
Letters received from the Finanzministerium in Vienna and copy of a letter to the censorship office in Feldkirch relating to permission to pay for storage in England and France.   1915-1919.  1 cover..
2492
Letter of the Safesperreamt Wien.   1919.  1 piece.
2493
Survey of the location of different parts of his collection drawn up in case of his death, p. 1-64. With some notes.   1919.  1 cover.
NB. Page numbering error: p. 41 is followed by p. 45.
2494
Letters relating to his attempt to retrieve several packages of his collection from the library of Victor Dave who died in Paris. With a note.   1922-1923, 1925.  1 cover.
2495
List of additions to his packages in Geneva covering 1909-1927.   c. 1927.  1 cover.
2496
Letters received from the Münchener Lagerhaus- und Transport-Gesellschaft relating to storage and transport of his cases.   1925, 1932, 1936-1938, 1940.  1 cover.
2497
Text of the ‘decrete’ by which the French government confiscated German goods in France. With a description of his collection by Nettlau and an appeal for help.   1927.  1 cover.
2498-2508
Correspondence relating to his efforts to annul the confiscation of his documents in Paris.   1927.  11 covers.
2498
Bedel & Cie (Paris).
2499
Baldwin, Roger.
2500
Cornelissen-Rupertus, Lilly.
2501
Gross, Jacques.
2502
Keell, Thomas H.
2503
Mayer, Gustav.
2504
Office des Biens et Intérêts Privés, Bureau Allemand (Paris).
2505
Pernet, G.
2506
Pierrot, Marc.
2507
Reclus, Paul.
2508
Reichsausgleichsamt Berlin.
2509
Notes relating to packages stored at home.   N.d.  2 pieces.
2510
Postcard relating to the transport of his collections to Amsterdam.   1938.  1 piece.
NB. See also inv. no. 3604.
2511
List made by Paul Reclus of the contents of a case of documents relating to Elisée Reclus, sent to the IISH in Amsterdam from Domme. With a note by Nettlau.   1939.  1 cover.
2512
Old wrappings with captions and comments by Nettlau, which have become separated from the documents referred to.   1879-1938 and n.d.  1 cover.
NB. See also inv. nos. 3600-3601.

Catalogues
2513
Catalogue (?) of non-German titles of books, periodicals, articles and pamphlets covering mainly 1878-1890 with earlier titles from 1792, c. 50 p. octavo.   c. 1890.  1 cover.
NB. Marked ‘K’ (kopiert/copied) by Nettlau.
2514-2523
Catalogue in octavo, unpaged, c. 2145 p.   1890s-1909.  9 folders.
NB. The classification codes used by Nettlau are A: anarchism; B: socialism; C: political movements; a: non or hardly authoritarian reform movements; bc: authoritarian reform movements; DE: indifferent materials and poster collection.
2514
Section A, B, C, c. 300 pages. c. 1893 (?)-1902, April.
NB. Continued in the separate A, B and C sections below.
2515
Section A, c. 214 pages. c. 1890s-1909.
NB. Includes some titles coded a.
2516
Section A - serials, c. 170 pages. c. 1895-1904.
2517
Section B, bc, c. 307 pages. c. 1893-1907.
2518
Section B, bc, c. 274 pages. c. 1890s-1909.
2519
Section bc, c. 108 pages. c. 1890s-1905.
2520
Section B - serials, c. 150 pages. c. 1890s-1906.
2521
Section bc, C, c. 262 pages. c. 1890s-1909.
2522
Section bc, C, DE, c. 262 pages. c. 1900s-1909.
2523
Section bc, C, DE - serials and books, c. 132 pages. c. 1900s-1900.
2524
Catalogues (or lists) of periodicals covering c. 1869-1896, c. 242 p. octavo.   c. 1887-1896.  1 folder.
2525
Catalogue ‘der älteren Abteilung’, sections a, b, c of titles until c. 1871, p. 1-194 quarto.   1901-1905.  1 volume.
NB. In 1905 replaced (because its scope proved too narrow) by the new quarto catalogue below in which the octavo catalogue is incorporated except for the section D.
2526-2533
Catalogue in quarto, c. 2370 pages.   c. 1904-1928.  9 volumes.
2526
Section A, p. 1-254.
2527
Section B: I. ‘Le socialisme d’avant 1871', p. 1-256. With table of contents, p. I-II.
2528
Section B, Vol. I, organized geographically, p. 1-320. With table of contents, p. I-II.
2529
Section b, Vol. II, organized geographically, p. 1-196. With table of contents, p. I-II.
2530
Section a, p. 1-470. With table of contents, p. I-II.
2531
Section bc, p. 1-511. With a subject index, p. I-VII.
2532
Section C, p. 1-316. With table of contents, p. I. (2 volumes).
NB. Organized geographically and including ‘Austriaca and Viennensia’, p. 267-309.
2533
Section D and E, p. 8-156. With list of symbols used throughout the catalogue and note on the contents, p. 8-10.
NB. Includes the Jules Perrier poster collection.
2534
Catalogue of primarily articles of cultural historical interest, p. 1-296 octavo. With a note on the contents.   1904-c. 1933.  1 folder.
2535
Catalogues (or lists) of periodicals covering c. 1730-1913, 1927-1934, c. 65 p. quarto.   1913, c. 1934.  1 folder.
2536
Catalogue (or list) of books, periodicals and articles covering c. 1928-1936 and some earlier titles, p. 1-47 quarto.   c. 1936.  1 cover.
2537
Draft of tables of contents of the sections of the catalogue, p. 1-10 quarto.   1921.  1 cover, large size A3.
2538
Surveys of the contents of the categories in the quarto catalogue made in 1906 and 1923. With calculations of the size of his collection, n.d.   1906, 1923 and n.d.  1 cover.
2539
Notes relating to parts of his collections not (yet) entered in the catalogue and relating to additions.   1919, 1936.  1 cover.

Collection descriptions

NB. See also inv. nos. 2497 and 2549.
2540
Notebook ‘Übersicht meiner Sammlung’ (survey of my collection), p. 1-50.   1911.  1 cover.
2541
Notebook containing a detailed description of his archive and documents collection and a survey of his own publications and manuscripts, p. 1-73.   1919.  1 cover.
2542
Description of his collection in English, p. 1-4.   1920.  1 cover.
2543
Description of his collection and categories in his catalogues in French, p. 1-4.   1921-1922.  1 cover.
2544
Declaration relating to the character and contents of his collections stored in his room in Vienna for the Austrian police.   1934.  1 cover.

Deposition of his collection
2545
Letter by Th. Banville (?) about the idea to set up a separate foundation for his collection (?). With letters of introduction to E. Vandervelde and John Macdonnell.   1913.  1 cover.
2546
Correspondence with the Bibliothèque Publique et Universitaire in Geneva relating to the possibility of depositing his collection there.   1922.  1 cover.
2547
Correspondence with the Gesellschaft für Sozialforschung in Frankfurt am Main relating to the possibility of depositing his collection at their library.   1923-1924.  1 folder.
2548
Correspondence relating to the negotiations on the sale of his collections to the Nederlandsch Economisch-Historisch Archief (NEHA) in Amsterdam.   1928-1929.  1 folder.
2549
Declaration ‘Situation présente de ma collection (Juin 1932)’ , p. 1-12 relating to its contents, whereabouts and which institution to leave it to.   1932.  1 cover.

Other documents
2550
Summons by the police in Vienna for interviews and notes by Nettlau relating to the interviews and the documents confiscated and returned.   1929-1930.  1 cover.
NB. One of the notes at the back of ‘Die belgische Foederation auf ihrem Kongress... 1871' (p. 160).
2551
Report by Nettlau relating to the value and contents of the papers of Luigi Bertoni, made for the IISH in connection with a possible purchase.   1938.  1 cover.

Collected documents and subject files


Persons

John A. Andrews
2552
Letter by Andrews to Nettlau. With a leaflet and a copy of the first issue of Anarchy (Smithfield, NSW, Australia) November 1891. With empty envelopes of printed matter sent later 1892-1893.   1891-1893.  1 cover.
2553
Letter by Andrews to Slovak (pseudonym of Alfred Sanftleben) translated into French by Sanftleben.   1896.  1 cover.
NB. Received in 1960.
2554
Manuscript by Andrews of the article ‘Un manuel de l’ Anarchisme’ which he translated himself.   1896.  1 cover.
2555
Clipping of ‘The Triumph of Freedom’, article by Andrews published in The Democrat (Townsville).   1897.  1 cover, large size A2.

Michael Bakunin

NB. See also inv. nos. 1728-1770.
2556
Letters by Arthur Arnould to Elisée Reclus 1876-1877, a letter by Emilio Bellerio and a statement 1876 relating to the transfer of manuscripts by Antonia Bakunin to a committee for the publication of Bakunin’s works.   1876-1877.  1 cover.
2557
Copies by Nettlau of letters to Emilio Bellerio by Antonia Bakunin 1876-1877 and by James Guillaume 1877-1878 and notes on some other documents in the Bellerio collection, p. 1-39.   N.d.  1 cover.
2558
Notes by Nettlau relating to Bakunin based on information received from Nikolaj Žukovskij.   1893.  1 cover.
2559
Notes by Nettlau from newspaper(s) and periodical(s) relating to Bakunin covering 1877 and n.d.   1893 and n.d.  2 pieces.
2560
Draft of an open letter by Nettlau to the Weekly Times (London) in reaction to a letter by Morrison Davidson relating to Bakunin and Nečaev.   1894.  1 cover.
2561
Notebooklet in shorthand of passages from the memoirs of Nikolaj V. Sokolov relevant or referring to Bakunin, p. 1-62.   1895.  1 cover.
2562