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Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald

Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald, November 12, 1904, page 1

Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald
Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald, November 12, 1904, page 1.
Courtesy of the Emma Goldman Papers.
Date / time
12 November 1904
Collection
Emma Goldman Papers
Transcript
New York, November 12, 1904 Dear Miss Wald, The enclosed note I received to day, as a reply to my inquiry regarding advertisement rates in the American Journal for Nurses. I do not quite understand, whether Miss Palmer wants to know from what school of nursing I graduated, or where I studied scalp treatment. I can not tell Miss Palmer that I could not graduate as a nurse, because I was arrested shortly before my graduation, nor can I tell her that I [continued on the next page]
Institution
U.C. Berkeley Library

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Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald, November 12, 1904, page 2

Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald
Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald, November 12, 1904, page 2.
Courtesy of the Emma Goldman Papers.
Date / time
12 November 1904
Collection
Emma Goldman Papers
Transcript
[continued from the previous page]trained under the name E.G and not Smith. Do you trust me sufficiently Miss Wald, to give me a recommendation, to write a few lines for me to Miss Palmer? I certainly think that the care of the scalp and face is a branch of nursing, since there are scientific courses for both in Vienna, Eatingurh and certain cities in Sweden. I studied massage and electrotherapy in Vienna, also scalp and face disease and the treatment ----under Prof. Bruly. Unfortunately, I am so situated, that I can not come out under my own name [continued on the next page]
Institution
U.C. Berkeley Library

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Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald, November 12, 1904, page 3

Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald
Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald, November 12, 1904, page 3.
Courtesy of the Emma Goldman Papers.
Date / time
12 November 1904
Collection
Emma Goldman Papers
Transcript
[continued from the previous page] I do not wish you to write to Miss Palmer, unless you fell you can do so with ease. I think you know me enough to trust me, at least I hope so. Sincerely, Emma Goldman
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U.C. Berkeley Library

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Date / time
1904

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Letter from Emma Goldman to Lillian Wald." (Viewed on July 2, 2016) <http://jwa.org/media/letter-from-emma-goldman-to-lillian-wald>.

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