Title:Lorraine Stephens Berry miscellany of Icaria-Speranza, 1877-1993
Lorraine Stephens Berry miscellany of Icaria Speranza
Creator/Contributor:Berry, Lorraine Stephens., creator
Contains materials collected by Lorraine Stephens Berry on Icaria-Speranza including research, Berry's correspondence with
Dale Ross, and newsletters, reports and news releases of the National Icarian Heritage Society. Also includes pamphlets by
original Icarian members including Jules Leroux, and blueprints of ranch house owned by Icarian Armand Dehay.
Collective settlements -- California
Icarian movement -- California -- Cloverdale
Utopian socialism -- United States -- History -- 19th century
Icaria-Speranza (Collective settlement)
Photographs transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library (BANC PIC 2000.082)
The Icarians were a utopian community founded by French immigrants to the U.S., forced to leave France for their political
views. Followers of Etienne Cabet's ideas in "Voyage en Icarie," they set up settlements throughout the U.S. Icaria-Speranza
was the last utopian community set up near Cloverdale, Calif. from 1881 to 1886.
1 box and 2 oversize folders (.5 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 2003/200 c