Ray Becker imprisonment related letters
Scope and Contents Note
The Ray Becker imprisonment related letters collection 1935; 0.03 cobic feet) consists of two autograph letters signed by John Dos Passos June 1 and 4, 1935, to Kate Crane-Gartz, accompanied by a four-page autograph letter to Dos Passos from Ray Becker dated January 22, 1935. Dos Passos writes to the Pasadena heiress and supporter of workers' causes, Kate Crane-Gantz, about the case of Ray Becker, the last of the I.W.W. "Wobblies," to be in prison in the aftermath of the 1919 Armistice Day massacre at Centralia, Washington.
- Creation: 1935
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The collection is open for research use.
0.03 Cubic Feet (1 folder)
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Accession 2019-0157, Purchased 18 February 2019; President’s Fund (Clifton Waller Barrett), 2018/2019.
- Ray Becker imprisonment related letters
- Ellen Welch
- 4 February 2020
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