THE KATE SHARPLEY LIBRARY

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Description: The latter continue to be deposited in abundance and while the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam is always likely to house the pre-eminent anarchist archive and CIRA (Centre International de Recherches sur l'Anarchisme) remains operational at Lausanne, the KSL is set to complement the Labadie Collection of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor as the major holding of libertarian materials in the Anglophone world - with a similar emphasis on the English language but also with an inclusive remit. From 1991 or 1992 a quarterly bulletin has been issued, described by its editor John Patten as 'usually a mixture of historical pieces (which aim to record some forgotten anarchist history but also inspire comrades who are active now), more recent studies (especially translations), obituaries and biographies (both old and new, to record the lives of otherwise 'unknown' comrades), and news and reviews from us and other groups (libraries, archives, publishers)'.2 At the same time a publishing programme was launched - to publicize the existence of and to raise funds for the library - almost exclusively of cheap pamphlets, A5 and stapled, though usually of very real political and historical value.
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