From the ARI Archives: Ayn Rand's Correspondence
Aug 09, 1997
From the time Ayn Rand left for America in January 1926, until 1937, she had carried on an extensive correspondence with her family, sometimes writing forty-page letters. The I,000 letters her family and friends wrote to her provide a window into Ayn Rand's life from the time she was a little girl in Russia until a decade after her arrival in America. In the following two talks, Dina Garmong will present stories about the young Ayn Rand that emerge from these letters.