Dreis, Hazel McLean, 1890-1964

Hazel McLean Dreis was an internationally-known bookbinder who was associated with leftist circles in Berkeley, California, in the 1910s and possibly with the radical journal Land and Liberty. Poet J. Edward Morgan gave her name to MS, who wrote her on April 12, 1914 asking for a contribution to Woman Rebel. Although it doesn't appear the McLean sent Sanger anything, the two women corresponded for the next two years about the government suppression of Woman Rebel and Sanger's subsequent indictment and exile to Europe. They finally met in person in June 1916 when Sanger was on a cross-country tour.

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