Correspondence between individuals associated with FEE illuminates the dynamics of the liberty movement in the 20th century in a way that publications and journals don't always capture. While many of the letters preserved in the FEE archive are routine messages coordinating day-to-day activities, others provide deeply personal insight into the lives of the people who made FEE what it is today.

When practical, individual letters were separated into their own documents, however, many exchanges between two individuals were left together in one document both for efficiency and to preserve context. You can tell us about any needed corrections by emailing us at [email protected].