Papers, 1874–1945, ca. 7 ft. Labor leader and socialist. Contains several letters pertaining to Russia: from Charles F. Drake to Theodore Debs, 14 August 1943, regarding Drake's recent trip to Russia; from Joseph E. Cohen to Theodore Debs, 20 December 1930, in which Cohen discusses a trip to Russia by members of the Socialist Party; from Emma Goldman to Havelock Ellis, 8 November 1925, where she describes the failure of the Russian Revolution; from Emma Goldman to Eugene Debs, 18 March 1926, in which she portrays Soviet Russia as a crushing machine with a stranglehold on the masses. In addition to these letters, there is considerable correspondence in the collection with references to Russia, communism, and socialism. Annotated index cards.