• Creator
  • Litchman, Mark M., 1887-1960
  • Created Date
  • 1921
  • Description
  • This portion of a letter from Mark Litchman to Albert Brilliant, probably composed in 1921, is missing one or more pages that begin the letter: the first page of this document begins midsentence with Litchman's comments on marriages and employment involving mutual acquaintances. He then segues to an account of the Legal Bureau -- the work of George Vanderveer and others, including the bureau's original executive secretary, Hulet Wells, who lef... more
    This portion of a letter from Mark Litchman to Albert Brilliant, probably composed in 1921, is missing one or more pages that begin the letter: the first page of this document begins midsentence with Litchman's comments on marriages and employment involving mutual acquaintances. He then segues to an account of the Legal Bureau -- the work of George Vanderveer and others, including the bureau's original executive secretary, Hulet Wells, who left the job to act as a delegate to the "Red Labor Union Convention" in Moscow, on behalf of the Seattle Central Labor Council. Litchman describes the divorce of Sam and Kate Sadler -- Sam Sadler remarried, acted briefly as president of the Tacoma Central Labor Council, and is now retired from the movement, while Kate married Charles Greenhalgh and remains "a good reb" who will soon go on a speaking tour for the National Defense League. He then gives a very rapid account of many mutual acquaintances, including Adella Parker, who went to Russia on... less
  • Format
  • text
    Letter (correspondence)
    Scanned from original text or image at 150 dpi saved in TIFF format, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2011