Cat.No: 210071 Still More Letters. Kate Crane-Gartz.

Still More Letters

Pasadena, CA: Mary Craig Sinclair, [1930?]. Hardcover. 130p, cloth covered boards, light general soiling, fading and browning to spine, pages lightly toned, else very good condition. No dj.

"...the sixth volume of the letters of protest of Mrs. Gartz." "Gartz delighted in describing herself as the first 'parlor Bolshevik.' The daughter of Chicago industrialist and philanthropist Richard T. Crane, sister of Chicago Socialist and strike activist Frances Crane Lillie, Gartz moved from reform to revolution with the currents of the Russian Revolution and World War I." *From Buhle 297. She was a founder of a founder of the Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena Civil League, and the American Civil Liberties Union.

Cat.No: 210071

Price: $30.00