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Also included is correspondence between Mac Kinnon, her attorney, and the landlord. Correspondents include Henry Bauer, Thomas Keell, and Claus Timmerman, who enclosed copies of letters by Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman. Contains unpublished poetry and stories, original artwork, photographs, clippings, scrapbooks, audio and video recordings, journals, artifacts, documenting the hidden life of Bobby Lee Yardley, aka Lisa Slade, aka Lisa Middlesex. Papers relating to anarchism include a 1921 report to the Anarchist Burial Commission; a 1919 issue of the , put out by someone (possibly Marcus Graham? The papers are in English, Spanish, German, and French. Collection contains leaflets, university and government responses to demands, mimeographed manifestos, speech and lecture fliers, some manuscript material and clippings. University of California, Berkeley Law School student, Dieter Blessing, photographed the events that transpired in mid-May, 1969, when police and the National Guard were called in to evict students and street people from the People's Park, a plot of land adjacent to the Berkeley campus, and to quell any protests that formed. The content of the letters covers both business (as it related to Phillips’ law practice, his lecture circuit, and the Anti-Slavery Society), and personal matters. Included are lists of names and court actions related to unions, treasurer's reports, and newspaper clippings. 1939) ; and notes and correspondence regarding his investigation for Ford of Communist infiltration of labor unions and his cooperation with congressional committees investigating subversive activities. The bulk of the materials cover the later years of the Party’s existence (1953-1965), with members’ resignation letters and documents outlining the Party’s views on the Hungarian Revolution, the Soviet Union, and the assassination of John F. When the Party disbanded, many of the records were torn into quarters or halves, thus a large portion of the collection consists of reconstructed leaves and some partially legible fragments. It documents the workings of not only the national office in Chicago, but also many of the activities of the 38 locals, including Detroit, Flint, New York, Boston, San Francisco, Buffalo, Rochester, Cleveland, Des Moines, and Grand Rapids. Rammel was actively involved with the Chicago surrealists from 1978 to 1993. Contains correspondence, writings, subject and FBI files related to Ann Arbor and Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo) activities of Chuck Ream, including Human Rights Party, Youth Liberation, Black Action Movement, Democratic Convention 1968, SDS, Goose Lake International Music Festival 1970, Kent State University, Mayday, New American Movement, political surveillance, 1987 reunion of Ann Arbor radicals, and other materials. She advocated for the advancement of women in the sciences and academia.
Photocopies of court documents filed in Marin County, California, on behalf of Catharine Mac Kinnon in her civil suit against her landlord to prevent eviction. The papers consist of correspondence, some in Old German Script (many with translations), and notebooks and "Prison Memories" (in shorthand) written while Metzkow was imprisoned in Germany for provoking disobedience in the military. , In the Service of the Wild, Turning Away from Technology, Epicurean Simplicity, and drafts of articles; audio and video recordings of conferences, lectures and interviews. Of particular interest is correspondence of industrial espionage agencies in the 1910s and 1920s and related correspondence between Agnes Inglis and the National Labor Relations Board concerning an investigation in the 1930s of spies hired by employers to disrupt union organizing efforts. spiritualism and on the dangers of Catholicism, especially plots directed from Rome, the importance of secular public education, the possibilities of the lecture circuit, farming, and kindnesses extended to O' Byrne by benefactors, including Prang. After being arrested and imprisoned, they fled to Paris, returning to the U. Correspondents include Russell Blackwell, Clarence Senior, Gus Tyler, and others. There is correspondence with many famous abolitionists, including Octavius Brooks Frothingham, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Ellis Gray Loring, Samuel J May, James Redpath, F. Sanborn, John Wingate Thornton, and Theodore Tilton. Minutes of this organization which was particularly concerned with the Haymarket Square riot (1886) and the memory of the anarchists convicted and sentenced to death for their association with that event. His papers include minutes of meetings of allegedly Communist organizations in the Detroit area and of the Civil Rights League, which Pokorny infiltrated; lists of "known Communists" in the Detroit area in 1932 compiled by the U. Department of Labor; a report, "Radicalism in the University of Michigan" (ca. The colleciton includes his FBI file, correspondence, writings, speeches, and four audio cassette tapes. The collection consists entirely of photocopies of letters written to Power and other executives at Xerox protesting the corporation's sponsorship of a series of television programs about the United Nations. The principal collection of Power's papers is located at the Michigan Historical Collections, the University of Michigan. 15, February 1931) dedicated to Russian anarchist Petr Kropotkin; and correspondence of Kelly, Grave, Nettlau, and Joseph Ishill with editor John Cherney and other staff members. By 1964, only two locals existed: Flint and Chicago. The collection includes correspondence of Al Wysocki, receipts, draft articles, notes for lectures, lecture announcements, Kerr Company inventories and advertisements. It contains correspondence, manuscripts, essays, lecture notes, party newspapers, clippings, leaflets, notebooks, flyers, manifestoes, programs, constitutions, photographs, national headquarters records, subscription records, personal documents, ledgers, financial and legal documents, linocuts, and original artwork. Collection documenting the Chicago Surrealist Group from artist Hal Rammel (1947-). Research materials related to the Mark Fein case, Reuben's investigation of the Lexington Female High Security Unit, the Roy Cohn disbarment case, and the Philby, Burgess, and Mac Lean Spy case are also included, in addition to documents relation to Reuben's personal professional life. Some correspondence is with persons active in the national organizations of Students for a Democratic Society and the National Student Association, including Edward R. Haber, Neal Johnston, Donald Mc Kelvey, John Monsonis, and Paul Potter. Also included is a finding aid for Rolland's papers at the International Institute for Social History in Amsterdam. With her husband George Salzman and others, she founded the progressive group Science for the People.
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Collection includes correspondence, original artwork, datebooks, published and unpublished writings, photographs, sketchbooks, scapbooks, drafts of manusrcipts of her published books including, Whatever Happened to Ecology? Among other materials on the subject of labor are financial records and newspaper clippings describing meetings of the Detroit Council of Trades and Labor Unions, 1880s and 1890s; a brief history of the International Working People's Association and the 1883 Pittsburgh Congress at which it was founded; one letter regarding the Trade Union Educational League, 1922, and two regarding the Unemployed Association, 1934; typescripts on strikes and union activities by Harlan County, Kentucky, miners in the 1920s and 1930s; and letters by Eugene Debs, Theodore Debs, Terence Powderly, and Rose Pastor Stokes. Heinzen, Prang's son-in-law, concern the publication of his articles in , and other journals, the preparation of writings on materialism vs. Also include subject files on the University of Puerto Rico student strikes of 1948, and the second annual congress of the U. Orr, Lois (Curter), 1917- Lois and Charles Orr papers, 1936-1983. 1936 - July 1937), Lois in a propaganda office and Charles issuing English language bulletins and translating articles from , the newspaper of the socialist group Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista. The papers consist of correspondence with family and friends concerning experiences and acquaintances in Spain, and articles reviewing political and military conditions, many intended for publication in the Also included are four versions of Lois Orr's unpublished memoir, Spain 1936-1937: A Short History of the Spanish Revolution, a taped interview with Lois Orr made by Paul Garon in 1983, and printed flyers, pamphlets, and clippings, most dating from 1936-39. Ann Arbor, Michigan company which supplied food to 500 food cooperatives in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana, and whose employees voted for union representation by the IWW in 1983. Collection consists of co-op materials, contracts, correspondence, newletters, clippings, photographic slides, audio and video recordings Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884. The collection includes 98 letters (four signed by Ann Phillips) 10 autographed sentiments signed, four sepia-toned albumen photographs and one engraved portrait of Phillips. Assistant to Harry Bennett in personnel and security for Ford Motor Company and active in the National Sojourners and other patriotic and veterans organizations in the 1930s. Potter was a graduate of Oberlin College, graduate student at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1962-1964; founding member and president of the Students for a Democratic Society (1964-1965); author of a memoir "A Name for Ourselves;" known for his eloquent and thoughtful speeches, most notably "Naming the System," given at the March on Washington to End the War in Vietnam, April 17, 1965. Founder and executive of University Microfilms, which merged with Xerox Corporation in 1962; director of Xerox Corporation, 1962-68; and regent of the University of Michigan, 1956-66. The papers suggest that the John Birch Society was instrumental in this letter-writing campaign. In 1925, after the Party moved to Chicago, founder and author John Keracher purchased controlling shares in the socialist publishing house, the Charles H. The years from 1953, when Al Wysocki succeeded Keracher as national secretary at the Chicago headquarters, to 1968 saw a decline. This collection, acquired after the Proletarian Party records above, is far wider-ranging, major collection of materials relating to this organization of American Marxists. Soblen." Also included are some records of the Civil Rights Congress, which was active in defending the Trenton Six, and the Committee to Secure Justice in the Rosenberg Case, which Reuben helped organize. A principal concern of the Voice Party was the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) and campaigns on campuses to abolish it. Correspondents include Errico Malatesta, Umberto Marzocchi, and Giuseppe Rose. Ruge's writings cover many topics: language; philosophy; mythology; education; German, American, and Egyptian history; and current events, including one essay presenting Ruge's claim against the Prussian government for compensation for the loss of revenue from the newspaper Die Reform during his incarceration and exile from Berlin in 1848. Includes screening copies of interview tapes, master tapes, archival footage masters, dubs of interviews, archival screeners, photo prints, transcripts, script; posters, clippings. Freda Friedman Salzman (1927-1981) Papers, 1963-1997 .25 linear ft. Salzman was a physicist on the faculty at the University of Massachusetts. Relating to Stewart’s political activities, themes covered include tax refusal, Israel and Palestine, the anti-Apartheid movement, the Civil Rights movement, and anarchism.