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Papers, 1890-1994

Author: Carl Marzani
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Contains correspondence, published and unpublished writings, business records, clippings and ephemera, FBI files, memorabilia and other materials documenting Marzani's personal, political, literary and business activities. Series I, Biographical, contains Marzani family memorabilia, student writings, and the journals of Carl and Edith Marzani from their 1938 world tour. Series II, Trial/Prison, contains Marzani's
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Writings
Business records
Clippings
Ephemera
Memorabilia
Family papers
Legal documents
Diaries
Manuscripts for publication
Named Person: Carl Marzani; Edith Eisner Marzani; Charlotte Pomerantz; Angus Cameron; Herbert Aptheker; Calvin Benham Baldwin; Cedric Belfrage; Alvah Cecil Bessie; H J Biberman; Harry Bridges; Edwin Berry Burgum; W E B Du Bois; Barrows Dunham; Howard Fast; Royal France; Stefan Heym; Albert Eugene Kahn; Ring Lardner; Doris May Lessing; Walter Lowenfels; Albert Maltz; Abraham John Muste; Carey McWilliams; Truman John Nelson; Victor Perlo; Edwin B Smith; Edgar Snow; Joseph R Starobin; Anna Louise Strong; Harry Frederick Ward; Ella Winter
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Carl Marzani
OCLC Number: 476038157
Description: 18.5 linear ft. (38 boxes)
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Contains correspondence, published and unpublished writings, business records, clippings and ephemera, FBI files, memorabilia and other materials documenting Marzani's personal, political, literary and business activities. Series I, Biographical, contains Marzani family memorabilia, student writings, and the journals of Carl and Edith Marzani from their 1938 world tour. Series II, Trial/Prison, contains Marzani's FBI file, and materials relating to his defense campaign. Series III. Correspondence, contains personal and political correspondence, and includes his prison correspondence, and some correspondence with Marzani's associates maintained by his son Tony after Carl's death. Series IV, Writings, contains drafts of, and notes for, various manuscripts. The bulk of the material pertains to the major project of his later years, the unpublished work titled George Orwell. This work principally dealt with the origins and history of the Cold War, and also critiqued Orwell's reportage of the Spanish Civil War. There are also materials pertaining to The Promise of Eurocommunism, The Survivor, and other works.

Series V, Political Activities, contains grant proposals and related correspondence re the politically leftwing Rabinowitz Foundation, for whom Marzani evaluated requests for funding. Series VI, Publishing, contains correspondence, contracts, permissions, publicity and other business materials. In addition to Angus Cameron, prominent correspondents include: Herbert Aptheker, C.B. (Beanie) Baldwin, Cedric Belfrage, Alvah Bessie, Herbert Biberman, Harry Bridges, E. Berry Burgum, W.E.B. Du Bois, Barrows Dunham, Howard Fast, Royal France, Stefan Heym, Albert E. Kahn, Ring Lardner, Jr., Doris Lessing, Walter Lowenfels, Albert Maltz, A.J. Muste, Carey McWilliams, Truman Nelson, Victor Perlo, Edwin B. Smith, Edgar Snow, Joseph R. Starobin, Anna Louise Strong, Harry Ward, and Ella Winter. Series VII, Addendum, consists principally of various published and unpublished writings, half of which are copies of Marzani's columns for the Greek newspaper Ethnos, most written in the 1980s. There are also several unpublished plays, written while Marzani was in the army during World War II, and a typescript describing an LSD experience. There is also FOIA correspondence with the FBI and the NYC Police Department.

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