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place you on Emma's List -- a stellar group of individuals who are helping
to ensure that Goldman's papers become an indelible part of the nation's
documentary record. Emma's List will be highlighted in the acknowledgements
of the forthcoming four-volume book edition, to be published by the University
of California Press. Don't be left out!
The Emma Goldman Papers thanks all of our supporters — many of whom have not yet been added to the following list — for helping to keep history alive through their generous contributions.
National Historical Publications & Records Commission
Joseph Cerny, Linda Fabbri, & Susan Hirano, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, University of California
Lois Blum Feinblatt, Irving & Lois Blum Foundation
Cora Weiss, Samuel Rubin Foundation
National Endowment for the Humanities
Mecca Reitman Carpenter
Carolyn Patty Blum
California Council for the Humanities
Lydia Aronowitz, beloved mother, grandmother, aunt, mother-in-law and cherished friend. May her goodness, beauty and sparkle live on in all of us. From Merrill, Andrew, Todd and Adam Stone and her niece, Candace Falk
Leonard Baskin is remembered by Lisa Baskin.
Thomas H. Beadling is remembered by Patricia A. Thomas.
Sarah Bellush, who loved, & taught him to admire, Emma Goldman is remembered by her son, Bernard Bellush
Warren K. Billings, dignified friend & colleague of Alexander Berkman, sentenced to life imprisonment in association with the 1916 Preparedness Day bombing, is remembered by his niece, Marguerite Joseph
Ben & Ida Capes, Emma’s dear friends & comrades, are remembered by David & Judith Capes, their grandchildren; by Bonnie Capes Tabatznik, their daughter; & by Susan & Albert Chasson, their niece & nephew
Alice Checkovitz Mahoney is remembered by her niece, Susan Wladaver-Morgan
Stephanie Checkovitz Wladaver is remembered by her daughter, Susan Wladaver-Morgan
Sarah T. Crome, who helped found the Emma Goldman Papers, is remembered by Andrea Sohn, her niece; Esther & the late Eugene Revitch, her sister & brother-in-law; & by her friends, Victoria Brady, Dale Freeman, Ken Kann & Stephanie Pass
Anna Schilhaus Diamond, Emma Goldman’s seamstress, is remembered by David Diamond, her son.
Marlene Carol Clemens is remembered by her parents, Mary & Alan Dietch
Sophie & Joe Desser, Emma’s dear friends & comrades are remembered by their daughter, Mildred Desser Grobstein
The Ferrer Colony & Modern School of Stelton, New Jersey are remembered by Sally Brown
Emma Goldman was remembered by the late Arthur Bortolotti, with gratitude for fighting "her last battle with the authorities, a battle that lasted until her last breath," on his behalf. Emma Goldman is also remembered by David Diamond with gratitude for encouraging him in his youth to pursue his musical interest & "kling in de ganze Velt"
Esther Laddon, who gave Emma a home in Canada during her exile is remembered by her daughter, Ora Laddon Robbins.
Sarah Lazar is remembered by Shirley Van Bourg
Aunt Faye Levy – a great lady! is remembered by Merrill Stone, by her nephew Neil Solomon & family, & by her niece Candace Falk.
Rella B. Lossy is remembered by Frank T. Lossy
Henry Mayer, friend & fellow biographer, is remembered by Candace Falk
Jane Maverick Welsh is remembered by Béa Welsh Weicker
The late Jessica Mitford & the late Bob Treuhaft are remembered by Peter Stansky
Curtis W. Reese, who delivered Emma’s last eulogy at her gravesite is remembered by his son, Curtis W. Reese, Jr.
Ben Reitman, Emma’s road manager & lover, is remembered by his daughter, Mecca Reitman Carpenter
Zilith Rosen Turitz is remembered by her niece, Nancy Chodorow
Arthur Leonard Ross, Emma’s lawyer & friend, is remembered by his sons, Ralph & Edgar Ross
Irma Sherman, aunt, soul-mate, & respected member of Emma’s List, is remembered by her daughter Valerie Broad and and her niece Candace Falk
Jenny Sidney, comrade & mother, is remembered by Barry & Paul Pateman
Julie Van Bourg is remembered by her mother, Shirley Van Bourg
Kate Wolfson, a friend and admirer of Emma, with whom she shared fun and sun in St. Tropez and Bon Esprit, is remembered by her daughter, Irene Schneiderman
In honor of those who continue to keep Emma's spirit alive--
Lois Blum Feinblatt is honored by the Malino Family.
Jane M. Bouvier is honored by her daughter, Virginia Bouvier
David Caplan is honored by his father, Michael Caplan
Jane Falk is honored by by Merill, Andy, Todd, and Adam Stone
Katy Fenn is honored by Nancy Hewitt
Joseph Friedman is honored by his son Larry Friedman
Eleanor Engstrand & Marge Frantz are honored by Carol Jean & Edward F. Newman
Dorothy R. Healey is honored by Carol Jean & Edward F. Newman
Emma Samelson Jones is honored by Renee Samelson.
Carol Lasser is honored by Cathy Kornblith
David Madson honors his daughter Antonia, "who embodies Emma's spirit"
Kiersten Amanda Roesemann is honored by her father & mother, Douglas N. Roesemann & Marla Erbin-Roesemann
Vera Weiss is honored by Barbara Bloch.
Jean Wilkinson is honored by her friend Lyn Reese
Ari Wohlfeiler is honored by Dan Wohlfeiler.
Emma Wolf is honored by her parents, Louis Wolf & Dolores Newman
Joseph Zelnick is honored by Carl N. Degler
Lisa D. Alvarez & Andrew Tonkovich
Ron Anastasia & Kim Anway-Anastasia
Elizabeth Anderson & the late Henry Mayer
Jeffery Travis Atwood
Nancy Caldwell & Ed Sorel
Jane Fajans & Terry Turner
Conn and Anne Hallinan the late Alice Hamburg
Louis & Sadie Harlan
Martin O. Heisler
Robert Hillman & Olivia Crawford
Adrienne Hirt & Jeff Rodman
Victor & Lorraine Honig
Henry & Mickey Gillmor
Marty Nesselbush Green
Paul & Prentice Sack
Jeffry & Jerolyn Sackman
Samuel Salkin & Frankie Whitman
Susan Sanvidge & Paul Bluestone
Susan Sarandon & Tim Robbins
Ann & Richard Schmidt, Jr.
Frank & Irene Schubert
Jane & Jerome Schultz
Marilyn & Harvey Schwartz
Jules & the late Helen Seitz
Susan Shaw & Thomas W. Crane
Julius & the late Irma Sherman
Michelle Shocked & Bart Bull
Alix Kates Shulman
Harriet F. & John Simon
Kitty Sklar & Thomas Dublin
Arlene & Jerome Skolnick
Judith Ellen Smith
Deborah Kaufman & Alan Snitow
Robert Grayson Spillers
Randolph & Frances Starn
Brenda Start & Charlene Lofgren
Pessl Beckler Semel Stern
Evelyn & Norman Tabachnick
Laurel & Gael Ulrich
Tish M. Valva
and special thanks to our many donors who chose to remain anonymous
|We at the Emma Goldman Papers will sorely miss several staunch supporters who have died in the last year--and honor the memory of Professor Michael Rogin, member of our advisory board whose appreciation dated back to his great aunt Rosie Rogin who, in 1906, was arrested with Emma Goldman; Alice Hamburg, a founder of Women for Peace; Helen Seitz, the life-long activist who grew up in anarchist colonies and remembered sitting on Emma's lap as a child; Bob Treuhaft, labor lawyer and friend; Marcus Cohn, attorney and educator devoted to Emma and to the concept of freedom; Norma Wikler, who longed for the guidance of an Emma; and several sweet family members of the Goldman Papers' staff, including Abe Brumer, Lydia Aronowitz, Faye Levy, and Irma Sherman, all of whom supported our work in their own quiet way.|