Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of materials relating to Argentinian Fascist propaganda including publications of his newsletter, hand-printed excerpts, correspondence with the National Resistance, a United States neo-Nazi organization, handbills, mailers, and ephemera. Runge was a Nazi sympathizer and ardent anti-Semite. There are approximately 30 newsletters, 7 letters typed and signed, 15 small tracts of talking points defending his racism, and 15 ephemera related items within this collection.
175 handwritten letters written by Frances Beckwith to her sister Emma Louise, during three trips to Europe between 1926 and 1935, and in New York in 1950. Beckwith was traveling alone after retiring at the age of 45. The letters describe her travels, the people staying in hotels and pensions with her, and the events and locations she visited, especially churches. Beckwith is very critical, and frequently makes racist and anti-Semitic comments and comparisons.