Answered By: University of Illinois Library
Last Updated: May 15, 2017     Views: 14

This collection holds the papers of Ewing C. Baskette who was a lawyer, librarian, and bibliographer. It includes speeches, letters, and manuscripts on cases dealing with anarchism, the "Centralia Massacre," communal living, syndicalism, socialism, the International Workers of the World, freedom of expression, and censorship.

View the Baskette collection finding list for more information. The Ewing Cannon Baskette Collection is located in the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library; see its catalog record for the call number.

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