7. Emma Goldman’s Residence
Anarchist activist and writer Emma Goldman was considered by the FBI to be one of the most dangerous women in the country. In 1889, she left her native Lithuania for New York. Goldman lived at 208 East 13th Street at the turn of the early twentieth century and would lecture in New York City and nationally for causes like free speech, women’s equality, and worker’s rights. Read more about Emma Goldman in our companion piece on anarchist history in NYC.