Estella Bachman Brokaw
From The Libertarian Labyrinth
- Estella Bachman Brokaw, “An Afternoon Call,” The New Crusade 11, no. 3 (May 1900): 30-33.
- Estella Bachman Brokaw, “American Motherhood,” American Motherhood 12 no. 1 and 2 (October Special, 1900): 8-13.
- Estella Bachman Brokaw, “Annular Evolution of the Earth,” The Humanitarian Review 4 no. 4 (April 1906): 130-137; 4 no. 5 (May 1906): 174-179.
- In the Garden
- The Soul of the World at Google Books
- “Death of Estella Bachman Brokaw,” Single Tax Review 10, no. 4 (July 1910): 28.
- The Estella Suit Patterns
- Write, Let Children Starve
- "Ancient Wisdom Explained" is the title of a series of pamphlets comprising a six months' correspondence course of twelve lessons, "linking the golden age of the past with the golden age of the future." Three have appeared. They are written by Estelle Bachman, and are published by the Bachman-Brokaw Publishing House, Sta. A, Pasadena, Cal., being sold at 25 cts. each. These lessons appear to be based on the writings of Isaac Newton Vail, author of "Earth's Annular System," "The Misread Record" (an explanation of the Deluge), and similar books. Mrs. Bachman has a facile, yet well condensed literary style which makes easy reading; but there is a lack of proof regarding unfamiliar propositions which subjects the lessons to fair criticism. As an example of unsupported assertions we quote: "We know from the records of 'blood rains' and 'dust showers,' in which many species of life have been found that are not known on earth, that life can exist in interplanatary space." Perceptive truth-seekers, however, do not like to be called upon for proofs and for logic; and it is to be admitted that perception sometimes reveals truths which ordinary reason fails to discover. (The Public, 9, 418 (April 7, 1906) 23.)