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Agnes Inglis

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Agnes Inglis

Detroit, Michigan-born anarchist who became the primary architect of the Labadie Collection at the University of Michigan add

Category: Visual Arts

Born in 1870, deceased in 1951.

Countries: United States (67%), Europe (33%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Michigan, Emma Goldman, World War I

Linked to: University of Michigan

 

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Agnes Inglis was born in 1870 add something


1874

Her father died in 1874, her sister died of cancer some time later, and her mother died before Inglis was thirty years old add something


1915

In 1915 Inglis met and befriended Emma Goldman, and shortly thereafter, Goldman's lover and comrade Alexander Berkman add something


1919

She increased her radical activities with the onset of World War I, and used much of her time and family's money for legal support, particularly during the Red Scare of 1919–1920 add something


1924

She befriended Joseph Labadie and in 1924 discovered the materials on radical movements he donated to University of Michigan had hardly been cared for add something


Agnes Inglis died in 1951 add something


1952

Inglis died in 1952, leaving an expansive and comprehensive library on radical social movements add something

 

Inglis died on January 30, 1952 in Michigan, leaving an expansive and comprehensive library on radical social movements add something