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Preliminary Inventory of the Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute Collections, circa 1940-1998
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Self-Incrimination: Civil Sanctions For Exercising Privilege

 

-Effect on Army Discharges

Ctn. 51

341 Natl Assn of Concerned Veterans v Secy of Defense

 

341 Giles v Secy of the Army

 

-Effect on Attorneys

 

345.5 In re Mann

 

Due Process

 

-In Grand Jury Procedures

Ctn. 51

352.11 In re Custodian of Records

 

-In Obtaining Confessions

 

353.97 California v Pettingill

 

353.99 New York v Colon

 

-In Press Releases and Newspaper Coverage

 

354.44 In re Illinois News Broadcasters

 

354.46 In re Wilson

 

353.100 Watson v Maryland

 

354.41 American Republican, Inc. v Wall

 

-Perjured Evidence

 

355. US v Hanigan (2 folders)

 

355.14 In re Hiss

 

355.15 New York v Knapp

 

-Inadmissable Evidence

Ctn. 51

355.201 US v Bazzand

 

355.202 California v Haslouer

 

355.203 Illinois v Baptist

 

355.205 Milburn v Arkansas

 

355.206 Garcia v Curry

 

355.207 California v Anderson

 

355.16 New Jersey v Carter

 

355.17 Tibbs v Florida

 

-Exculpatory Evidence

 

355.301 Massachusetts v Ellison

 

355.302 In re Reilly

 

355.303 New Jersey v Merritt

 

355.304 California v Lee

 

355.305 Jones v Jago

 

-In Courts Martial, Military Administrative Decisions, Habaes Corpus Proceedings

 

356.88 Elliot v Wilcox

 

356.89 Trueblood v Alexander

 

356.90a Huff v Alexander

 

356.91 Tigue v Swain

 

-In Expatriation, Denaturalization, Deportation, Relocation Proceedings

 

358 English v Vician

 

358 Gonzalez v INS

 

358 In re Monserate

Ctn. 51

358 In re Marroquin

 

358 Mashi v INS

 

358.77 Chang-Salazar v US

 

358.78 Chinese American Civic Council v Atty General

 

358.79 Fulgencio v INS

 

358.80 Hoonsilapa v INS

 

358.81 Lopez-Telles v INS

 

358.82 Martinez de Mendoza v INS

 

358.83 Medina v Castillo

 

358.84 Pechter v Lyons

Ctn. 52

358.85 Navia-Duran v INS

 

358.86 US v Pereira

 

358.87 Jean-Batiste v INS

 

358.89 Munoz v Bell

 

-In Rape Cases

 

359.1 New York v Yanik

 

-In Bar Proceedings re Lawyers

 

361.17 Turco v Monroe County Bar Assn

 

-In Gov't Empolyment inclu Teaching

 

363.35 Cain v Whitehead

 

363.36 Covino v Governing Bd of Contra Costa

 

363.39 Roberts v Jackson Civil Service Bd

 

-In Misc. Administrative Proceedings

 

364.4 Butz v Economou

 

Speedy and Public Trial

Ctn. 52

365.27 Detroit Free Press v Macomb Circuit Judge

 

365.29 US v Warren (2 folders)

 

Right to Counsel/ Access to Courts, Agencies

 

-In Federal Cases

Ctn. 52

371.109 Caston v Sears Roebuck

 

-Before Administrative Boards

 

372.33 New York v Baker

 

372.152 California v Spain (San Quentin Six)

 

372.153 Brown v Multnomah

 

372.154 California v Alexander

 

372.155 California v Perez

 

372.157 Ferrel v Superior Court

 

372.159 Trice v States

 

372.160 California v Rodriguez

 

-Restrictions on Attorneys and Judges

 

373. Judicial Inquiry v Jordan

 

373. Rapp, Gilman v Comm on Prof Ethics and Conduct

 

373.49 Nathan v Berlin

 

373.50 In re Bonin

 

373.51 Comden v Superior Court

 

373.52 Contra Costa Public Defender v Murphy

 

373.53 Michigan v Stiegler

 

373.54 Ohralik v Ohio State Bar Assn

 

373.55 In re Primus

 

373.56 Person v Assn of the Bar of NY City

Ctn. 52

373.57 In re Rohan

 

373.58 Serko v Assn of the Customs Bar

 

373.500 People v King (Darrel)

 

-Bias and Prejudice of Judges

 

378.9 In re Barbara Phillips

 

Jury Trials

 

-Size of Jury

Ctn. 52

391.103 Ballew v Georgia

 

391.104 Columbus v Davis

 

-Waiver of Jury, Right to

 

392.8 Bernstein v Universal Pictures

 

392.9 Gonzales v Nork

 

392.10 Drone v Hutton

 

392.11 Ohio v Ruppert

 

392.12 Pitt v Barnes

 

392.13 Regional Center of Orange v King

 

392.14 In re Thomas

 

-Improper Comment

 

393.11 New York v Ellis

 

393.12 California v Dagino

 

393.13 California v Litteral

 

393.14 US V Morris

 

393.16 US v Henderson

 

-Scrupled Jurors

 

394. Grigsby v Mabry

Ctn. 52

394. Hovila v Estelle

 

394.5 California v Henderson (2 folders)

Ctn. 53

394.7 California v Sand (2 folders)

 

394.8 Shippy v Estelle

 

-Jury Tampering

 

395 US v Leroy

 

395 Simants v Nebraska

 

395 US v Bettis

 

395.1 California v Honeycutt

 

395.2 Hawkins v US

 

Excessive Bail

 

-Conditions Imposed

Ctn. 53

402.12 South Dakota v Means

 

-Denial of Bail

 

403.25 US v Truong

 

Cruel and Unusual Punishment

 

-In criminal sentencing, punishment

Ctn. 91

411.93 California v Burt

 

411.95 Boyle v Madigan

 

411.100 Burt v California (4 folders)

 

-In rendition, extradition

Ctn. 180

412.8 In the matter of the removal of Marilyn C. Williams

Ctn. 91

412.20 Cluros v Little

 

-In civil cases

 

413.11 Bradley v Doherty

 

413.13 La Deaux v Jett

Ctn. 91

413.14 Hudson v Ramsey

 

-Capital Punishment

 

414.13 People v Crosier

Ctn. 53

414.25 California v Allen

 

-In Women's Cases

Ctn. 91

415.1 Scott v Mountanos

 

415.2 Dawson v Carberry

 

415.3 Collins v Whitmore

Ctn. 53

415.5 Chesimard v Mulcahy

 

Post Conviction Remedies

 

-On Prison Disciplinary Proceedings

Ctn. 53

455.12 Pratt v Rees

 

Sentencing and Clemency Procedures

 

-Sentencing Process

Ctn. 53

461.33 US v Denson

 

III. Equal Protection

Additional Note

(Fifth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Nineteenth, Twenty-Fourth And Twenty-Sixth Amendments)
 

Jury Selection: Appeals To Prejudice

 

-Involving Racial, Nationality Discrimination

Ctn. 53

512.Cal.14 California v Johnson

 

512.Ga.27 Mann v Cox

 

512.Ga.28 Brown v Culpepper

 

512.Tex.8 Caballero v Prater

 

512.Tex.9 Ciudadanos Unidos v Hildago Co.

 

512.Wash.12 Washington v Gladstone

 

-Involving Other Discrimination

Ctn. 53

516.7 Connecticut v Pastor

 

516.8 New Jersey v Porro

 

Education

 

-Suits to Enforce Integration

Ctn. 53

522.Tex.29a Doe v Plyer

 

-Treatment of Minority Groups in School Books

 

525. In re Baum

 

525. Loewen v Turnipseed

Ctn. 60

-Suits against Special Admissions Programs, Affirmative Action

 

527. Legislative Plans

 

Employment, clippings (2 folders)

Ctn. 61

527. American Assn. for AA 4th Annual Conference, Apr. 1978

 

Education

 

Asian Americans

 

LSAT

 

LSAT challenges

 

AA in the 1980's

Ctn. 63

527. Rupert v Arizona Bd of Regents

 

Minorities and Medicine in the USA, 1975

 

A collection of articles compiled by Eric S. Goldman for an Amicus Curiae Brief for the NLG in Bakke v Regents (2 ff)

 

Goldman Research Materials

 

Minorities Admissions to Med. and Law Schl (7 folders)

 

Female Admissions

 

MCAT/GPA Criteria

 

Recuritment of Minorities

Ctn. 63

527 Need for Black doctors in communities (2 folders)

 

Bibliographic material, 1973-77

 

USC School of Medicine, Manpower Comm.

 

UC- AA Action Report, 1975

 

Publications

 

Law School Admissions Study, MALDEF, 1980

 

Affirmative Action in Crisis: A Handbook for Activists, NLG & NCBL, 1977

 

Minority Student Opportunities in US Medical Schools 1975-76, AAMC, 1975

 

Toward a Diversified Legal Profession, David White, ed.

 

deFunis v Odegaard: Race, Merit, and the Fourteenth Amendment, Ivor Kraft, 1976.

Ctn. 611

527.3-(6) Regents of the Univ. of Calif. v Alan Bakke

United States Supreme Court No. 76-811 (3 folders)

 

Petition for a Writ of Certiorari to Supreme Court of Calif Opposition to Certiorari

 

Syllabus and Opinion on Certiorari to Sup. Court of Calif

 

Application for stay pending review on Certiorari

 

Reply to response to application for stay

 

Briefs

Ctn. 61

527.3 Reply

 

For petitioner

 

Supplemental

 

The US as Amicus Curiae

 

For Respondent

 

Testimony, Oct. 12, 1977

 

Amici Curiae in support of UC Regents (6 folders)

Ctn. 62

527.3 Amici Curiae in support of Bakke (2 folders)

 

Alan Bakke v Regents of the University of California, Supreme Court of the State of California S.F. 23311(3 ff)

 

Petition for rehearing

 

Answer for petition for rehearing

 

Order denying rehearing

 

Briefs

 

Opening

 

Reply to Appeal

 

Opening as to Cross-Appeal

 

Judge Tobriners Dissent

 

Amici Curiae

 

527.3 Alan Bakke v Regents of the University of California

Superior Court Yolo County No. 31287

 

List of Documents Filed

 

Petitioner's Reply Memorandum

 

Findings of Fact and Conclusions of the Law

 

Defendants Interrogatories

 

Answer

 

Declaration of George H. Lowrey, M.D.

 

Cross Complaint for Declaratory Relief

 

Notice of Intended Decision and Addendum

 

Memo in Opposition to Proposed Judgement

 

Judgement

 

Notice of Appeal

 

Misc. Documents

 

Memos and supporting documents

Ctn. 63

527.3 Overturn Bakke Decision Movement materials

 

Affirmative Action Crisis

 

Bakke Symposium, Bakke documents available

 

Admissions policies and racial preferences in higher education

 

Articles on the Bakke Case

Ctn. 64

Toward an Understanding of Bakke, US Comm on Civil Rights,1979

 

Clippings (2 folders)

 

527.5 McDonald v Santa Fe Trail Trans. Co.

Ctn. 30

527.6 Bakke v Regents of the University of California (deposition of George H. Lowrey) 1974

Ctn. 64

527.7 DeRonde v Bd of Regents of Univ of Calif (2 folders)

 

577.1 Weber v Kaiser (12 folders)

 

577.5 Cramer v Virginia

 

Employment

 

-Pregnancy and Child Care

Ctn. 53

578.701 Burwell v Eastern Airlines

 

578.702 DeLaurier v San Diego

 

578.707 Brunswick School Bd v Califano

 

-Procedural Problems

 

579.2 Lynn v Western Gillette

 

Misc Actions Under §1983, Other Civil Rights Laws

Ctn. 53

580 Scott v Hart

 

Criminal Prosecution Under Civil Rights and Other Laws

Ctn. 64

590. Greene v Memphis

Ctn. 53

590.46 US v Gray III, Felt, Miller

 

IV. Social And Economic Rights

Additional Note

(Commerce Power; Due Process, Equal Protection, Privileges & Immunities Of Fifth, Fourteenth Amendments; Ninth, Twenty-Fourth Amendments)
 

Social Security

 

Social Insurance

 

-Social Security: Administration

Ctn. 53

613. Califano v Yamasaki

 

613. Sanchez v Califano

 

613.2 Ferguson v Mathews

 

613.3 Blankenship v Secy HEW

 

613.4 Branch, Biggins v Weinberger

 

-Veterans Adminstration Benefits

 

614. Natl Veterans Task Force on Agent Orange v Cleland

 

614. Whitz v Cleland

 

614. Jaffee v US

 

614. In re Agent Orange

 

-Unemployment Compensation

 

615. Indiana Employment Security Bd v AUW

 

615.1 Glick v Unemployment Insurance

Ctn. 54

615.2 Idaho Dept of Employment v Smith

 

615.3 Gonzales v Texas

 

615.4 UAW v Taylor (2 ff)

 

615.5 NY Telephone Co v NY State Dept of Labor

 

-Pensions, Trust Funds

 

617. Bucyrus-Erie v Dept of Industry

 

617. Connecticut v Pervel

Ctn. 54

617. Fritz v US Railroad Retirement Board

 

617. Johns v Retirement Fund Trust

 

617. Kirschner v US

 

617.1 International Brotherhood of Teamsters v Daniel

 

617.4 Robinson v United Mine Workers

 

617.5 Golemme v Bd of Trustees

 

617.6 Wilson v Bd of Trustees

 

617.11 Shannon v US Civil Service Commn

 

617.12 Hood v. US Civil Service Commn

 

617.13 Harrison v Crowell

 

617.15 Ball v United Mine Workers

 

617.16 Hensley v United Mine Workers

 

617.17 Carpenters and Millwrights v Gardineer

 

Adequate Standard Of Living

 

Food

Ctn. 54

620. Wimbley v Bergland

 

-Food Stamps

 

621. Antone v Bergland

 

621.1 Aiken v Obledo

 

621.2 Long v San Francisco

 

621.3 Meza v Bergland

 

-School Lunches

 

622.1 Poe v Riles

 

-General Assistance

 

623. Harris v Rosario

Ctn. 54

623. LA County Welfare Rights Org. v LA County

 

623.1 Quern v Jordan

 

623.3 Isabell v Sonoma County

 

623.4 Harrington v Obledo

 

-Assistance to Elderly

 

624. O'Bannon v Town Court Nursing Center

 

624. Bumpus v Clark (5 ff)

 

624.1 Grieg v Olivarez

 

Housing

 

-Public Housing-Federal

Ctn. 54

631. Lancaster v Scranton

 

631.1 Cole v Harris

 

-Publicly-Assisted Housing

 

632.1 Housing Authority v Saylors

 

632.7 Coos Bay v HUD

 

-Zoning and Planning

 

633. Caputo v Chester

 

633. Glenview v Franklin

 

633. So Burlington County NAACP v Mt. Laurel

Ctn. 55

633. Urban League v Mahwah

 

-Private Housing-Conditions

 

635. Lipkin v Willard

 

635. Malone v Potter

 

635.1 Dohrmann v Berkeley

 

-Private Housing-Rent Control

Ctn. 55

636. Helmsley v Fort Lee

 

636. M & D Properties v Hankins

 

636. Rue-Ell Enterprises v Berkeley

 

636. Park West Village Tenants Assn v New York City

 

-Evictions

 

637. Hudson View v Weiss

 

637. Rivcom v Rangel

 

-Miscellaneous.

 

638. California v Som

 

638. Furey v Sacramento

 

638. Trentacost v Brussel

 

638.1 Blount v Harris

 

638.2 Meehan v Natl Assn of Realtors

 

Social Services

 

-Governmental

Ctn. 55

641.1 Amador Valley Joint Union HS Dist v California (2 ff)

 

641.2 San Francisco v Tinney

 

641.5 Robinson v Texarkana

 

645. Cleveland v Cleveland Electric

 

-Public Utilities

 

645. Smerechniak v Long Is. Lighting Co, Nassau Co

 

645. Detroit Edison v Detroit

 

645.1 PG&E v California State Bd of Equalization

 

645.2 Women Organized for Employment v Prudential

 

Medical Health Care

 

Government Programs

 

-Federal-Administration

Ctn. 55

662. Aguinaga v Castro County Hospital District

 

-State-Eligibility

 

663. Fabula v Buck

 

-State-Administration

 

664. ACLU, Aliens Health (non-case)

 

664.3 New York v Women's Christian Assn

 

664.6 Boone v Page

 

-Workers Compensation Act

 

665.4 Ohio v Castle & Cook

Ctn. 122

665.5 Martinez v Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory

 

Quality Of Life

 

Environmental Protection

 

-Preservation of Natural Resources

Ctn. 122

671. Citizens for a Better Environment v Costle

 

671 Nat'l Audubon Society v LA Dep't of Water

 

671 Virginia Surface Mining v Andrus

 

-Water Rights-Quality

 

672 Illinois v Milwaukee

 

672. US v Occidental Petroleum Co.

 

672. US v Philadelphia

 

-Air Pollution

Ctn. 56

673. US v Dusek

 

673. ILWU, Local 35 v Bd of Sup. v San Bernadino Co.

Ctn. 56

673. Mountain States Legal Foundation v Costle

 

673. McCoy-Elkhorn Coal Corp. v US EPA

 

673. US v N.L. Industries

 

673. US v Vertac Chemical

 

673. US v Tennoco Chemicals, Inc.

 

-Noise Pollution

 

674. Natl Business Aircraft Assn v Santa Monica

 

674.1 Britt v Superior Court

 

-Nuclear Hazards

 

675. McSwiggin v Regents

 

675. Roberts v Nunamaker v US

 

675. Honicker v Hendrie

 

675. Allen et al. v US

 

675. USA v Reilly Tar and Chemical Corp.

 

675. PG & E v State Energy Resources, Conser. & Develop.

 

675. New York v Occidental Petroleum Corp.

 

675. Hodder v NRC

 

675. Pacific Legal Foundation v California

 

675.b Good Fund, Ltd. v Church

 

675.1 Duke Power Co. v Carolina

 

675.3 Long Island Lighting Co. v Lloyd Harbor

 

675.4 Seacoast Anti-Pollution League v Costle

 

675.5 Lawler v PG & E

 

-War Hazards

 

676. Nevin v US Army

Ctn. 56

676.1 Aluli v Brown

 

676.2 Catholic Action of Hawaii v Brown

 

Industrial Hygiene

 

-Federal Standards-OSHA

Ctn. 56

681. Chamber of Commerce v OSHA

 

681. Gott v Cleland

 

681. Natl Congress of Hispanic Americans v Marshall

 

681. Industrial Union Dept v American Petroleum Inst

 

681. Whirpool v Marshall

 

681.1 Marshall v Daniel Construction

 

681.2 AFL-CIO v Marshall

 

681.3 Morris v Pittsburgh-Corning

 

681.4 Bentley v Califano

 

681.5 Gomez v Cloverleaf Fruit Farm

 

681.6 In re Transportation of Workers

 

-State Standards

 

682. Salwasser v Municipal Court Fresno

 

682. Wilkins v West Point Pepperell

 

Consumer Protection

Ctn. 56

690. EBMUD Ratepayers Assn. v EBMUD

 

-Quality of Goods

 

691. California Women's Health Network v Rominger

 

691. Nickell v Condo-Mobile, Inc.

 

691. Rush v Savchuk

 

691. World-Wide Volkswagen v Woodson

 

691.1 GTE Sylvania v Consumers Union

Ctn. 56

691.2 Indiana v Ford Motor Co.

 

-Nature of Advertising

 

692. Consolidated Edison of NY v Public Serv Comm of NY

 

692. Rochester Gas & Electric Co. v Public Service Commission

 

-Pricing Practices

 

693. American Optometric Assn. v FTC

 

693.1 Consumers Union v American Bar Assn

 

695.1 NBC v Niemi (3 ff)

 

Employment

 

Full Employment

 

-Runaway Shops

Ctn. 56

702. NLRB v Murray Production, Inc.

 

702. Williams v US Steel

 

-Miscellaneous

 

709. California Agrarian Action v UC Regents

 

Fair Labor Standards

 

-Wages

Ctn. 56

711. AFL-CIO v Kahn

 

711. Calif Trucking Assn. v Industrial Welfare Comm.

 

Labor Union Members

 

-Union Democracy

Ctn. 56

733. Boswell v IBEW

 

733. Ostrowski v Utility Workers

 

733. Kennedy v Metropolitan

 

733. McDonald v Hotel & Restaurant Employees and Bartenders Union

 

733.2 Newman v Commun Workers of Amer AFL-CIO

 

Education

 

Right to Education

 

-Quality Education

Ctn. 56

751. Debra P. v Turlington

 

751. Donohue v Copiague Union Free School

 

-Funding forEducation

 

752. Binet Montessori v SF USD

 

752. Doe v Indiana Bd of Education

 

V. National, International, And Citizenship Rights

Additional Note

(Commerce Power; Due Process, Citizenship, Privileges & Immunities Of Fifth, Fourteenth Amendments; Treaties)
 

Freedom of Movement

 

-Employment Opportunities

Ctn. 56

802 In re Actors' Equity

 

-Educational Opportunities

 

803 Valadez v Askew

 

-Taxation of Commuters

 

804 Sears v County of Los Angeles

 

-Other Rights

Ctn. 57

805 Agee v Secretary of State

 

805.2 Aznavorian v Califano

 

Indian Treaty Rights

 

-Under US Treaties

Ctn. 57

811. Mashpee Tribe v New Seabury Corp

 

811. Oglala Sioux Tribe v US

 

811. US v Michigan

 

811. US v Sioux Nation

Ctn. 57

811. Western Shoshone v US

 

811. Wilson v Omaha

 

811.1 Six Nations Confederacy v Andrus

 

-On Reservations

 

812. Andrus v Glover

 

812. Central Machinery Co v Arizona State Comm

 

812. Creek Nation v US

 

812. Livingston v Ewing

 

812. Lummi v Hallauer

 

812. Washington v US

 

812. White Mountain Apache v Bracker

 

-Miscellaneous

 

819. Oglala v Andrus

 

Native Rights

 

-In Hawaii

Ctn. 57

821.2 US v Kainoa

 

821.3 US v Kauhane

 

821.4 US v Foster

 

-In Alaska

 

822. Eluska v Andrus

 

Rights of Puerto Ricans

 

-In 50 States

Ctn. 57

831.1 Cordero v Levi

 

-In Puerto Rico

 

832. Rosata & Soto v US

 

832.2 US v Union National de Trabajadores

 

Right to Political Asysum

Ctn. 57

850. US v Berster

 

850. Sannon v US

 

850. Haitian Refugee Center v Bell (2 folders)

 

858. National Council of Churches v Egan

 

858.75 Pierre v US

 

Extradition Rights

Ctn. 57

860. US v Ziad Abu Eain (2 folders)

 

Repatrition Rights

Ctn. 58

870.1 Nggguyen Da Yen v Kissinger

 

VI. Procedural & Litigation Problems

 

Litigation Problems

 

In Collecting Attorney's Fees

 

-State Attorney's Fee Cases

Ctn. 58

1014.7 Serrano v Priest (2 folders)

 

Recovery of Money Damages

 

-Assessing Damages

Box 62

1021.1 US v Olin Corp.

 

SUBSERIES 1.3: Human Rights And Peace Law Docket 1945-1995

Access Information

Need processing review by Public Services.
Ctn. 65

Introductory materials and key to case numbers

 

Case Summaries (2 folders)

 

Table of Cases

 

Subject Index

 

Geographical Case Index

 

References to US Constitutions, Statutes, Regulations, Administrative Agencies,

 

Executive Orders, State Laws

 

References to Countries, Regions, Constitutions, Statutes

 

References to Treaties, Protocals, Conventions, International Agencies

 

Case Files

Ctn. 84

PL-1 through PL-8

Ctn. 85

PL-9 through PL-19

Ctn. 86

PL-19 through PL-43

Ctn. 87

PL-43 through PL-76

Ctn. 88

PL-77 through PL-127

Ctn. 82

PL-130 through PL-172

Ctn. 83

PL-173 through PL-223

Ctn. 65

PL-224 through PL-273

Ctn. 66

PL-274 through PL-315

 

PL-318 through PL-323

 

PL-325 through PL-330

Ctn. 67

PL-331 through PL-334

 

PL-336 through PL-350

 

PL-352 through PL-354

 

PL-356 through PL-369

 

PL-371 through PL-383

Ctn. 67

PL-385 through PL-389

 

PL-391 through PL-399

 

PL-401 through PL-409

Ctn. 68

PL-410 through PL-415

 

PL-412 through PL-437

 

PL-439 through PL-499

Ctn. 69

PL-500 through PL-513

 

PL-515 through PL-555

 

PL-557 through PL-579

Ctn. 70

PL-580 through PL-582

 

PL-585 through PL-642

Ctn. 71

PL-643 through PL-646

 

PL-649

 

PL-653

 

PL-656 through PL-665

 

PL-667a through PL-683

 

PL-685 through PL-688

 

PL-690 through PL-716

 

PL-719 through PL-730

 

PL-732 through PL-733

 

PL-735 through PL-762

 

PL-764 through PL-766

 

PL-768 through PL-771

 

PL-774 through PL-775

 

PL-777 through PL-780

 

PL-782

 

PL-784 through PL-787

Ctn. 71

PL-789 through PL-790

 

PL-792 through PL-796

 

PL-798 through PL-799

Ctn. 72

PL-801 through PL-876

 

PL-880 through PL-894

 

PL-896

 

PL-899 through PL-901

 

PL-903 through PL-906

 

PL-909 through PL-910

 

PL-912 through PL-915

 

PL-917 through PL-936

Box 62

Hirschensohn v US-ICCPR Case

Box 10-19, 29, 31-57, 59-60, 63-65; Carton 33-39, 41-45, 144-150, 169; Card File Box 1-2.

Series 2 : Civil Rights And Civil Liberties Trials, 1964-1974.

Access Information

The Axelrod v Mcgraw Hill (Eldridge Cleaver) files need curatorial review before they can be served to the public. Please see reference desk for an Application for Access to Restricted Material (ARM) form.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Divided into seven subseries: Free Speech Movement (FSM) Trial, Axelrod V Mcgraw-Hill (Eldridge Cleaver), 1965-1970, Peoples Park Mass Arrest Cases, 1969, Chicago Eight Trials, 1969-1970, 1973, Angela Davis Trial (People v. Angela Y. Davis), 1970-1972, Pentagon Papers Trial (USA v. Russo, Ellsberg), 1972, Wounded Knee Trials, 1974. Each sub-series consists of a trial including supporting case material arranged by topic. Trial transcripts are in chronological order.
Free Speech Movement Trial, includes legal defense papers from the People of California v. Mario Savio et al, 1965, including appeals, and small individual collections of material about FSM, SLATE, the filthy speech movement, and University Young Democrats consisting of publications, reports, correspondence, pamphlets, clippings.
Axelrod vs McGraw Hill are attorney's files gathered for evidence. Included are nearly 1,000 letters between Eldridge Cleaver and Beverly Axelrod during 1965-66. Axelrod, an attorney for and personal friend of Cleaver, held a shared interest in Soul on Ice and other Cleaver publications. A number of Cleaver's original drafts, poems, and publishing contracts are included.
Peoples Park Mass Arrest Cases, 1969, consists of files for People vs. Defendants Arrested at Shattuck and Center Streets, Ekin et al vs. Madigan et al and related cases. Includes pleadings, motions, interrogations, lawyer's research and evidence, trial proceedings, appeals and settlement documents.
Chicago Eight (1969-70) files include a complete set of trial transcripts in United States of America vs. David T. Dellinger et al and the subsequent 1973 hearing about events leading up to the riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
Angela Davis Trial (People of California vs. Angela Y. Davis) includes an annotated procedural guide and index to the murder and conspiracy case documents; trial transcripts for New York, Santa Clara County, and Marin County pre-trial hearings; and attorney's drafts. The Marin County trial transcripts are accompanied by defense exhibits and court documents, copies of letters from Davis to George Jackson, letters of support and hate mail written to Davis in prison. Also included are books written about the case after Davis' acquittal, clippings, and the papers of Appellate Justice John Racanelli who presided over a change of venue for Davis.
Pentagon Papers (United States of America vs. Anthony J. Russo and Daniel Ellsberg), a case concerning the publication of a top-secret American-Vietnam policy study resulting in the Watergate break-in and resignation the of President Richard M. Nixon, include a full set of trial transcripts, legal documents, press coverage, summaries and related cases.
Wounded Knee (United States vs. Dennis Banks and Russell Means, 1974), includes complete trial transcripts for this and related cases, correspondence, and a case history.
 

SUBSERIES 2.1: Free Speech Movement Trial, 1965

 

Free Speech Legal Defense

Ctn. 33

Lawyer's Committee

 

Free Speech Legal Defense Fund

 

Committee re Legal Research

 

Testimony - Defense Case Lists and Notes

 

Legal Case Files

Ctn. 33

Municipal Court for the Berkeley-Albany Judicial District

County of Alameda, State of California

Cr. Nos. 7468 through 7547

 

Order and lists of defendants Dec. 10, 1964

 

Pretrial motions n.d.

 

C-7468 Dec. 1964

 

C-7494 Dec. 1964

 

All cases Dec. 1964

 

Demurrer

 

Motion for Pretrial Hearings Jan. 1965

 

Notice of pending cases

 

Three documents

 

Suggestion for dismissal

 

Suggestion for dismissal, draft

 

Motion to perfect record

 

Memorandum of points and authorities Feb. 1, 1965

 

Statement on Appeal

 

Trial transcripts (14 folders) Feb. 2-Apr.20, 1965

Ctn. 34

Trial transcripts (34 folders) Apr. 21-Sept.21, 1965

Ctn. 35

Sentencing minutes (3 folders) 1965

 

Appelate Department of the Superior Court. County of Alameda, State of California

Criminal No. 235

 

Motions and declarations June 10, 1966

 

Appellant's opening brief

 

Respondent's brief

 

Appellant's closing brief

 

Petition for rehearing 1967

 

District Court of Appeal, State of California

First Appellate District, Division One

1 Civil Nos. 22751, 22752, 22753, 22933

 

Petitions

 

Appellant's petition for rehearing

 

Appellant's brief

 

Appellant's closing brief

 

Respondent's brief

 

Appellant's petition for a hearing

 

Petitions

 

Supreme Court of California

 

1 Civil No. 24314, Petition for hearing and/or writ of mandate Feb. 1, 1967

 

No. SF 22498, Petition for writ of mandate

 

Supreme Court of the United States Jurisdictional Statement

No. 1399, Motion to dismiss or affirm

 

Individual Collections

Ctn. 35

Miriam Berg: scrapbook pages of clippings and other material re politics in the early 1960's (2 folders)

 

Gary W. Feller: materials about FSM, SLATE, and Filthy Speech Movement (3 folders)

 

Jerry Fishkin: materials re University Young Democrats and FSM (5 folders)

Ctn. 35

Connie Marsh: materials re FSM (1 folder)

 

Research Materials

Ctn. 36

Acquisitions list re FSM

 

Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, notes and correspondence

 

FSM Publications

 

FSM Miscellany

 

ASUC

 

Berkeley in the Sixties

 

Berkeley Police

 

Discussion paper re freedoms guaranteed by First Amendment

 

Legal viewpoints

 

The Berkeley Free Speech Controversy (Preliminary report) Dec.13, 1964

 

Meyer Committee

 

Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on Student Conduct Nov. 12, 1964

 

Papers

 

Sproul Steps Rally 1966

 

20th Anniversary Project 1984

 

Miscellaneous

 

Card File

 

Boxes 1-2 Notes

 

Publications

Ctn. 36

California Law Review, Vol. 54, no. 1 Mar. 1966

 

California Monthly, Vol. 75, nos. 5, 8 1965

 

Civil Liberties Docket 1967-1968

 

SLATE Reunion Newsletter 1984-85

Ctn. 36

Steps: Journal of the Free University of Berkeley, Vol. 1, no. 1

 

University Bulletin

 

Magazines, miscellaneous

 

Pamphlets, miscellaneous

 

Government publication clippings

 

Magazine and journal clippings

 

Newspaper clippings (9 folders)

 

SUBSERIES 2.2: Axelrod V Mcgraw-Hill (Eldridge Cleaver), 1965-1970

Access Information

Need curatorial review.
Box 64

Letters from Eldridge Cleaver to Mrs. Beverly Axelrod, (5 folders) May 1965-Nov. 1966

 

Letters from Beverly Axelrod to Eldridge Cleaver, 1966 (3 folders)

Box 65

Portions of letters from Eldridge Cleaver to Beverly Axelrod

 

Letters from Beverly Axelrod to Cyrilly Abels, 1966-1968

 

Letters from Cyrilly Abels to Beverly Axelrod, 1966-1970

 

Letters from Beverly Axelrod to other persons on behalf of Eldridge Cleaver, 1965-1967

 

Letters from Beverly Axelrod to McGraw Hill, 1966-67

 

Communications to Beverly Axelrod from McGraw Hill, 1966-67

 

Letters to Beverly Axelrod from other persons regarding Eldridge Cleaver,1965-66

 

Correspondence with Ramparts

 

Miscellaneous correspondence regarding Eldridge Cleaver

 

Draft typescripts by Eldridge Cleaver (outlines, poems)

 

Contracts and agreements re Cleaver's literary works (copies)

 

Handwriting exemplars sent to Institute of Forensic Sciences for analysis

 

Miscellaneous

 

Audio tape reel [found among papers without container or description]

 

SUBSERIES 2.3: Peoples Park Mass Arrest Cases, 1969

Ctn. 169

Proceedings in the Berkeley-Alameda Municipal Court (2 folders)

 

Ekin et al v Madigan et al, Civil Case No. C-70-713

 

Change of venue

 

Pleadings, motions, answers, amendments (2 folders)

 

Memorandum of facts

 

Interrogations and answers (3 folders)

 

People v Defendants Arrested at Shattuck and Center Sts., May22,1969

 

Goodson's Health Food Store Arrests (Shattuck Ave. Fund)

 

Health Food Store Group, Pre-trial motions and notes

 

Attorney's correspondence (Malcolm Burnstein & others)

 

Legal research and evidence

 

Miscellaneous notes

 

Photograph

 

Settlement, Lawyers papers

 

Settlement, correspondenc with clients

 

Bills and receipts

 

US v John Halloran, US v Frank Robbins and Raymond Cox, Appelants Opening Brief

 

US v Lawrence L. Richie, transcript

 

People v Balliard, transcript

 

Kessler v Madigan

 

SUBSERIES 2.4: Chicago Eight Trials, 1969-1970, 1973

Ctn. 169

United States of America v David T. Dellinger et al.

United States District Court -Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division

No. 69 CR 180

 

Trial Transcripts

Ctn. 144

September 26 - October 20, 1969 (16 folders)

Ctn. 145

October 21 - November 12, 1969 (21 folders)

Ctn. 146

November 17 - December 9, 1969 (24 folders)

Ctn. 147

December 9 - December 31, 1969 (20 folders)

Ctn. 148

January 2 - January 22, 1970 (27 folders)

Ctn. 149

January 22 - February 10, 1970 (20 folders)

Ctn. 150

February 11 - February 20, 1970 (8 folders)

 

In the Matter of Davis T. Dellinger, Rennard C. Davis, John R. Froines,

Thomas E. Hayden, Abbott H. Hoffman, Jerry C. Rubin, Lee Weiner,

Leonard I. Weinglass and William M. Kunstler

United States District Court -Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division

No. 72 CR 925

 

Trial Transcripts

Ctn. 150

October 9 - November 28, 1973 (11 folders)

Box 59

November 6, 1973 (6 folders)

Box 60

November 6 - December 6, 1973 (5 folders)

 

SUBSERIES 2.5: Angela Davis Trial (People v. Angela Y. Davis), 1970-1972

 

Trial documents and transcripts

Additional Note

[Available on microfilm]
 

Angela Davis Case Collection: An Annotated Procedural Guide and Index

Ctn. 37

I:1-13 Register of Actions; Docket Sheets (2 folders)

 

II:1-40 New York Proceedings Oct-Dec, 1970 (5 folders)

 

III:1 Marin Co. Grand Jury, Transcript of Hearing 11/20/1970

 

III:2 Marin Co. Grand Jury, Transcript of Indictment 11/10/1970

 

IV:1-32 Marin Co. Legal Documents and Appeals 11/10/70-11/29/1971

 

IV:33 [Available on microfilm only]

 

IV:34-140 Marin Co. Legal Documents and Appeals(30 folders) 11/10/70-11/29/1971

 

V:1-32 [Available on microfilm only]

Box 54

V:33-48 Marin Co. Pre-Trial Transcript 8/10/71-10/21/1971

Box 55

V:49-54 Marin Co. Pre-Trial Transcript 11/1-29/1971

Ctn. 37

VI:1-3 Items turned over in discovery ( pp. 1-504, 3 folders)

Ctn. 38

VI:3-7 Items turned over in discovery (pp. 505-1650, 9 folders)

 

Procedures proposed for conducting the voir dire

 

VII:1-4 [Available on microfilm only]

 

VII:5-57 Attorneys' Work Products (15 folders)

 

VIII:1-34 Santa Clara Co., Legal Documents and Appeals (9 folders) 12/2/1971-1/11/72

Ctn. 39

VIII:35-129 Santa Clara Co., Legal Documents and Appeals (18 folders) 1/12/1971-7/31/72

Box 55

IX:1-8 Santa Clara Co. Pre-Trial Transcript 12/8/1971-2/7/1972

Box 56

IX:9-13 Santa Clara Co. Pre-Trial Transcript 2/8-23/1972

 

X:1-7 [Available on microfilm only]

 

X:8-10 Santa Clara Co. Trial Transcript 3/9-14/1972

 

X:11-13 [Available on microfilm only]

Ctn. 39

X:14-16 Santa Clara Co. Trial Transcript (4 folders) 3/27-29/1972

 

X:17-18 [Available on microfilm only]

Box 56

X:19 Santa Clara Co. Trial Transcript 4/5/1972

Box 57

X:20-24 Santa Clara Co. Trial Transcript 4/6-13/1972

 

X:25-50 [Available on microfilm only]

Ctn. 39

XI:1-41 Defense Exhibits, incl. letters to Angela Davis (14 folders)

 

XII:1-36 Public Relations (5 folders)

 

Correspondence

Ctn. 39

Angela Davis to George Jackson (photocopies)

 

Publications and publicity

Ctn. 39

Jury Woman by Mary Timothy, foreperson of the Angela Davis jury, 1974

 

The Morning Breaks:The Trial of Angela Davis, by Bettina Aptheker, 1975

Box 63

San Francisco Chronicle columns and articles, 8/81970-1/4/1971(2 ff)

 

People v Davis- News Paper Clips Quotes for Witnesses (title from

 

original binder)

 

Papers of Appellate Justice John Racanelli

Box 29

Re gift of papers 1994

 

Santa Clara County, pre-trial conference transcript 11/12/1971

 

Santa Clara County, pre-trial conference transcript 12/8/1971

 

Correspondence Citizens, 1971-72

 

Re change of venue, security, and facilities, 1971

Box 29

Brief, n.d.

 

Floor plans of the Criminal Legal Building

 

Miscellaneous

Box 29

Maria Elena Graham v California (first amendment complaint for personal injuries)

 

FBI, Counterintellengence Program Report, Black Nationalists, Hate Groups,

 

Racial Intellegence

 

Jury Research

 

Potential Juror's Survey (3 folders)

 

Government witnesses, list of names and statements

 

Clippings

 

SUBSERIES 2.6: Pentagon Papers Trial (USA v. Russo, Ellsberg), 1972

 

Trial documents and transcripts

Box 10

Pentagon Papers Trial, by Kenneth W. Salter, 1975

 

Pentagon Papers Case Collection, fwd by Leonard Boudin, edited by Ann Fagan Ginger,1975

Box 10

I: 1-6 Judgement of Acquittal

 

I: 7-9 ACLU Amicus Curiae

 

I: 10-45 Bill of Particulars (2 folders)

 

I: 46-48 Classification markings

 

I: 49-51 Defendants' public statements

 

I: 52-82 Discovery (2 folders)

Box 11

I: 83-96 Dismissal proceedings based on constitutionality and construction of statutes (2 folders)

 

I: 97 Appendix to major motion re constitutionality and construction

 

I: 98-100 Dismissal proceedings based on lack of authorized signature

Box 11

I: 101 Docket sheets (Pentagon Papers)

 

I: 102-150 Electronic surveillance (3 folders)

 

I: 151-153 Electronic surveillance, Superior Court proceedings

Box 12

I: 154-184 Supression of evidence (2 folders)

 

I: 185-215 Exhibit lists (2 folders)

 

I: 216-217 Gag order

 

I: 218-233 Government misconduct

 

I: 234-236 Government subpoenas

 

I: 237-239 Immunity for Russo

 

I: 240-243 In forma pauperis

 

I: 244-245 Indictment

 

I: 246-248 Reading of indictment

Box 13

I: 249-266 Jury: Grand and Petit Jury challenges (2 folders)

 

I: 267-272 Jury: Grand Jury lists and disclosure proceedings

 

I: 273-284 Jury instructions (4 folders)

 

I: 285-308 Jury voir dire: Instructions to counsel (2 folders)

Box 14

I: 309-326 Mistrial (3 folders)

 

I: 327-329 Multiplicity and duplicity

 

I: 330-331 Prejuducial matter

 

I: 332-334 Pro se

 

I: 335-389 Protective order

 

I: 390-391 Protective order agreements and receipts

 

I: 392-412 RAND subpoena duces tecum

Box 15

I: 413 Related case- Gravel v US

 

I: 414-416 Retaliatory proseccution

 

I: 417-434 Selective prosecution

 

I: 435-443 Severence

Box 15

I: 444 Surplusage (Pentagon Papers)

 

I: 445-452 Telephone records

 

I: 453-455 Transfer of trial

 

I: 456-464 Trial memoranda

 

I: 465-500 Trial miscellany (2 folders)

 

I: 501-505 Warrant, search proceedings

Box 31

II: 1-10 Trial Transcripts

Box 32

II:11-17 Trial Transcripts

Box 33

II:18-24 Trial Transcripts

Box 34

II:25-28 Trial Transcripts

Box 35

II:29-32 Trial Transcripts

Box 36

II:33-42 Trial Transcripts

Box 37

II:43-52 Trial Transcripts

Box 38

II:53-57 Trial Transcripts

Box 39

II:58-62 Trial Transcripts

Box 40

II:63-67 Trial Transcripts

Box 41

II:68-72 Trial Transcripts

Box 42

II:73-77 Trial Transcripts

Box 43

II:78-83 Trial Transcripts

Box 44

II:84-89 Trial Transcripts

Box 45

II:90-94 Trial Transcripts

Box 46

II:95-99 Trial Transcripts

Box 47

II:100-104 Trial Transcripts

Box 48

II:105-109 Trial Transcripts

Box 49

II:110-115 Trial Transcripts

Box 50

II:116-122 Trial Transcripts

Box 51

II:123-129 Trial Transcripts (Pentagon Papers)

Box 52

II:130-135 Trial Transcripts

Box 53

II:136-138 Trial Transcripts, Transcript Index

Box 16

III: 1 Government exhibits (2 folders)

 

III: 2 Defense exhibits (2 folders)

 

III: 3 Defendant's fact exhibits and Brady

 

III: 4 Watergate exhibits (2 folders)

Box 17

IV: 1 Vietnam and the US, 1940-50

 

IV: 2 US involvement in the Franco-Viet Minh War

 

IV: 3 Aid for France in Indochina

 

IV: 4 US and France's withdrawl from Vietnam

 

IV: 5 US training of the Vietnamese National Army, 1954-59

 

IV: 6 Origins of Insurgency

 

IV: 7 Strategic Hamlet Program 1961-63

 

IV: 8 Phased withdrawl of US forces 1962-64

 

IV: 9 Overthrow of Ngo Dinh Diem: May-Nov 1963

Box 18

IV: 10 Marine combat units go to Danang

 

IV: 11 Phase I in the build-up of US forces: March-July 1965

 

IV: 12 Re-emphasis on pacification: 1965-67

 

IV: 13-14 US-GVN relations: Dec 1963- Dec 1967

 

IV: 15 VIC 1: Histories of Contacts 1965-66

Box 19

IV: 16 History of contacts:MARIGOLD (Polish track)

 

IV: 17 History of contacts:SUNFLOWER (Moscow-London track)

 

IV: 18 History of contacts 1967-68

 

IV: 19 History of contacts: general material

Ctn. 45

V: 1-3 Negotiations- Public domain material (5 folders)

 

Press Coverage

Ctn. 45

VI: 1 Background material, case (Pentagon Papers)

 

VI: 2-3 Biographies-Defendants, counsel, witnesses (2 folders)

 

VI: 4-5 Releases, articles, letters (2 folders)

 

VI: 6 Summary of prosecution case

 

VI: 7 Weekly summaries

 

News clippings, editorials, pamphlets: Oct 1972-May 1973 (6 folders)

 

Black & white photographs (Ellsberg, Russo, and others)

 

Related cases (4 folders)

 

US v New York Times

 

Gravel v US

 

Popkin v US

 

US v Unitarian-Universaalist Church

 

In re Daniel Ellsberg

 

Trial transcript (Ellsberg copy): Vol. 88 March 12, 1973, pp. 15,370-15,560

 

SUBSERIES 2.7: Wounded Knee Trials, 1974

Ctn. 41

Collection acquisition correspondence and case history

 

US v Baker, DeCora

 

v.0 Witnesses, motions, court business 2/11-12/1974

 

v.1-8 Pretrial transcripts (6 folders) 2/12-26/1974

 

US v Gilbert, DeCora, Ackerman

 

v. 9-17 Pretrial transcripts (8 folders) 2/27-3/12/1974

 

Pretrial motions (2 folders) 4/26, 4/29/1974

Ctn. 41

US v Ackerman, Gilbert, Means

 

v. 18-24 Trial transcripts (8 folders) 5/7-16/1974

Ctn. 42

US v Ackerman, Gilbert, Means

 

v. 25-27 Trial transcripts (2 folders) 5/17-21/1974

 

v. 28-29 Final arguments, courts decision 5/23-28/1974

 

US v Banks, Means

 

v. 1 Jury selection transcripts (2 folders) 1/8/1974

 

v. 2-16 Trial transcripts (18 folders) 1/9-31/1974

Ctn. 43

v. 17-21 Trial transcripts (5 folders) 2/1-12/1974

 

v. 27-29 Trial Transcripts (3 folders) 2/25-27/1974

 

v. 35-38 Trial Transcripts (4 folders) 3/7-12/1974

 

v 40-41 Trial Transcripts (2 folders) 3/14-15/1974

 

v. 61-63 Trial Transcripts (3 folders) 5/1-3/1974

 

v. 67-68 Trial Transcripts (2 folders) 5/14-15/1974

Ctn. 44

v. 68-72 Trial Transcripts (4 folders) 5/15-22/1974

 

v. 81 Trial Transcripts 6/7/1974

 

v. 83 Trial Transcripts 6/17/1974

 

v. 87 Trial Transcripts 7/8/1974

 

v. 91 Trial Transcripts 7/12/1974

 

v. 93-94 Trial Transcripts (2 folders) 7/17-18/1974

 

v. 96-104 Trial Transcripts (6 folders) 7/22-8/16/1974

 

Defendants jury instructions n.d.

Box 1-5; Carton 151, 182

Series 3 : Legal And Social Justice Organizations, 1930-1980's

Access Information

The Prisoners Rights files need processing review by Public Services before they can be served to the public. Please see reference desk for an Application for Access to Restricted Material (ARM) form.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Divided into 3 sub-series: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1930-49; Council For Justice Collection 1965-67; Prisoners Rights, 1970-1980.
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) papers are arranged as received. Included is a 1934 notebook kept by the San Francisco ACLU with records of speeches, positions, resolutions, a docket, telegrams, and press clippings and a substantial pamphlet collection.
Council for Justice (CFJ), a volunteer legal service agency, operated during the early stages of the California Grape Strike and Vietnam anti-war protests. Divided further into: 1) Case files, which are cross-referenced with the Civil Liberties Docket, are numbered sequentially 101-303 and include correspondence, memos and legal documents. 2) Subject files which are numbered sequentially CFJ 1-CFJ 78 and contain clippings, leaflets and photographs.
Prisoners Rights, 1970-1980 includes hundreds of letters from prisoners, literature and pamphlets about prisoners rights issues and prisoner generated newsletters.
 

SUBSERIES 3.1: American Civil Liberties Union, 1930-49

Box 67

ACLU Notebook, San Francisco, vol. I, pages 1-729. (Records of speeches, positions, resolutions, docket of pending cases, telegrams, reports, press releases) 1934

Box 67

Pamphlets (2 folders) 1930's, 1970's

 

Fingerprint menace, (memo and pamphlet) 1936, 1938

 

On academic freedom (statements, pamphlet) 1935,1949

Ctn. 182

Pamphlets 1930's

 

SUBSERIES 3.2: Council For Justice Collection 1965-67

Box 1

Guide to the collection

 

Folder 1-8 : 101-1 through 120-1

Box 2

Folder 9-17: 121-1 through 301-20

Box 3

Folder 18-24: 302-0 through 303-17

 

Lyons, Kit (P.I.)

 

CFJ-1 through CFJ-26

Box 4

Folder 25-29: CFJ-27 through CFJ-50

Box 5

Folder 31-36: CFJ-54 through CFJ-78

 

SUBSERIES 3.3: Prisoners Rights, 1970-1980

Access Information

Need processing review by Public Services.
Ctn. 151

Correspondence, Katz, Harry M.

 

Prisoners Letters (10 folders), c 1974

 

Instead of Prisons: A Handbook for Abolitionists, 1976

 

Manual for the Use of Habeas Corpus

 

The Inequality of Justice, 1980

 

"Guide to the Literature of Social Change", vol. 1, 1977

 

Meiklejohn Acquisitions, 1970-73

 

"Inside, Outside"-Newsletter, 1976-77

 

Pamphlets (2 folders)

 

Miscellaneous

 

Clippings

Box 20-25; Oversize Box 1; carton 58-60, 73-77, 89-90, 94-108, 175, 179, 180, 182

Series 4 : Labor Rights Organizations And Advocates, 1916-1980's

Access Information

The Conrad Friberg papers and the Raymond F. Thompson papers need curatorial review before they can be served to the public. Please see reference desk for an Application for Access to Restricted Material (ARM) form.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Divided into six sub-series. Conrad Friberg and The Workers Film And Photo League, 1916-38; International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union (ILWU) Civil Rights Collection; International Labor Defense (ILD), 1936-1945; Raymond F. Thompson Papers, 1941-1978; Economic Rights, 1970s-1980s; and Miscellaneous, 1940-1951. Arranged by subject unless otherwise noted.
The Conrad Friberg and the Workers Film and Photo League contains photos and collected publications documenting the Ford Hunger March, strikes, demonstrations and depression scenes including Chicago's Hooverville, the Scottsboro Boys, Haymarket Monument, bread lines and bank runs. Also photos of the integrated 1932 Counter-Olympics in Chicago, the 1933 Chicago World's Fair, the John Reed Club, and portraits of Lucy Parsons and Scott Nearing. Material other than photographs include correspondence to Friberg from comrades in Moscow, stage bills, notes and a narrative script from a 1982 slide presentation of Friberg's work.
International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union (ILWU) alphabetical subject files are in original order (even if alpha misfiled) in their original folders. Folders have original cross-reference labels in red. Files consists of subject files of clippings pasted on paper often accompanied by correspondence, legislative records and reports, newsletters, articles, pamphlets, notices, editorials, press releases, telegrams, or products of committee work. Subjects include named informers, anti-labor movements and organizations, waterfront screening of Longshoremen, Earl Warren, McCarthyism, extensive files on the House Un-American Activities Committee hearings.
International Labor Defense, 1936-1945 consists of the organizations' constitution, publications, legislative letters and services, committee work, correspondence and reports on political prisoners, pamphlets and press releases.
Raymond F. Thompson Papers, 1941-1978 documents the life of an Oakland Labor leader. Thompson headed the Shipyard Worker's Committee against Discrimination in 1947. Their activities resulted in the Supreme Court's Boilermakers decision which gave full rights to Negros in trade unions. Included are correspondence, scrapbooks, strike photos, photos of the Cherryseed shipyard in Oakland, FBI surveillance files on Thompson, Thompson's oral history, and papers from the Berkeley Committee for Cooperation between 1964-1980. Also included are a scrapbook of Paul Robeson memorabilia and another of the Interplayers, an integrated San Francisco theater group with playbills printed by Adrian Wilson.
Economic Rights files, 1970-1989 include bibliographies, reports, labor statistics, material about the Employment Planning Acts of 1946 & 1978, files on unemployment and labor relations, and publications from a 1982 Meiklejohn Institute symposium on the right to earn a living.
Miscellaneous, 1940-1951 includes United Electrical Workers pamphlets, proceedings of the founding convention of the National Negro Labor Council, and materials from the California Labor School.
 

SUBSERIES 4.1: Conrad Friberg And The Workers Film And Photo League, 1916-38

Access Information

Need curatorial review.
 

Correspondence

Box 22

Burlak, Anne 1930-1933

 

Carmon, Walt (Moscow) 1933

 

Kim, Ho Chul (Moscow) 1932

 

Stolar, M. (Moscow) 1932

 

Strong, Hazel (Moscow) 1932

 

Miscellaneous n.d.

 

Workers Film and Photo League Photographs and Publications

Box 21

International Socialist Review 1917

 

The Liberator 1918

 

Clippings re WW I conspiracy charges 1918

 

The Literary Digest 1918

 

Hog Island News 1918

 

The Englewood Yipsel 1919

 

The Socialist Review 1919-1920

 

Survey Graphic 1923

 

Pearson's 1923-1924

 

Labor Defender 1928

 

Outlook and Independent 1928

 

Cobetckoe (in Russian) 1929

 

Moscow News (in English) 1930-1931

 

International Press Correspondence (English ed.) 1930-1931

 

Mahnruf (in German) 1931

Box 21

Der Arbiter-Fotograf (in German) 1931

 

Labor Unity 1934

 

Americana 1932

 

Documents 34, Revue Mensuelle (in French) 1934

 

The Working Woman 1934

 

Upsurge (Univ. of Chicago Nat'l Student League) 1934

 

1ste Mai (in Swedish) 1935

 

Federationist 1935

 

20th Century Americanism 1936

 

Alarm (in Norwegian) 1938-1939

 

The New Republic 1939-1940

 

In Fact-An antidote to falsehood in the daily news 1946-1950

Box 22

Workers Life-Cultural organ of WIR 1932

 

Denmark's Happiest Week 1945

 

Prague News Letter (English)-Stalin's death 1953

 

Little Book of Greenwich Village 1919

 

Guide to New York 1939

 

West, Don-poetry and clippings c.1932-1934

 

re Karl Marx 1915-1933

 

Memorial notices

 

Voltarine de Cleyre, Tom Trent, 1912, 1937

 

C.E.Ruthenberg 1927

 

Notice of Spanish Artists Exhibition n.d.

 

Clippings - Mike Gold columns, misc. 1933, n.d.

 

Duncan, Isadora - Chicago playbill and program 1929

 

Nearing, Scott - publications, lecture notices 1916-1951

Box 22

Protest and demonstration notices n.d.

 

Trip to the Soviet Union 1937

 

Independent Religious Society Programs (Rationalist) 1916

 

The Quill w/ guide to Greenwich Village Feb. 1923

 

The Paris Commune / a story in pictures (John Reed Club) 1931

 

The Negro Worker 1932

 

Nat'l Nominating Convention of the CPUSA 1932

 

Miscellaneous

oversize OS Box 2, folder 1

Scrapbook, Chicago 1931-1936 Hunger marches- clippings, notices, pamphlets

folder 2

The Masses 1916

folder 3

Spain: The Spanish Was in Pictures c 1935

folder 3

War in Spain: Photo History 1937

folder 3

The Fight for Peace and Democracy (re Spain) 1938

folder 4

1. Mai: Mit Lenin Zum Sieg, Berlin (in German) 1932

folder 4

Friday 1941

folder 4

Friday Special: Truth about the Red Army n.d.

folder 5

Futuro, Mexico (in Spanish) 1938

folder 5

Nuevo Continente, Mexico (in Spanish) 1937

folder 5

Proleta Riado, Mexico (in Spanish) 1937

 

Newspapers

oversize OS Box 2, folder 6

Chicago Times (Hitler) Sept. 26,1938

folder 6

Chicago Daily Times July 2, 1937

folder 6

Daily Worker Oct. 7, 1931

folder 6

Chicago Socialist Dec. 21,1918

folder 6

New York Times Magazine Jan. 15, 1928

folder 6

l'Humanité (in French) Jan. 17, 1931

folder 6

Monde (in French) Jan. 24, 1931

folder 6

Moscow News Oct-Dec.,1930

folder 6

Gramma, Havana (in English) Sept. 15, 1969

 

Photographs

Box 22

Photo album pages (3 folders) : Hunger and unemployment march

through Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, and Washington DC, 1932

Box 23

Scottsboro Boys protest marches, 1930's

 

Black & white photographs : (15 folders)

 

Hunger and unemployment march through Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, and Washington DC, 1932

 

Tom Mooney

 

ILW and Communist Party parades, activities, protests

 

Chicago 1930-33--

Scope and Content Note

Hoovervilles, bread & soup lines, workers searching for food in So Water St markets, negro suburbs, May Day, John Reed Club, CP Party Convention, Scottsboro Boys, Rogues Gallery, police, Haymarket monument, Bank runs (1932)
 

International Counter-Olympics (integrated) Chicago, July 1932

 

Chicago World's Fair, 1933

 

Demonstrations in France

 

USSR, 1930

 

People:

Scope and Content Note

Lucy Parsons, Bob Minor, John Masek, Tom Mooney,Scott Nearing, "John Reeders"-Bill Gropper, Hugo Gellert, Mike Gold, Jake Burke, Anne Burlak.
 

Retrospective and Memorials

Box 21

Documents re collection acquisition, photos of Friberg 1982

 

Retrospective slide show program script and notes (3 ff) 1982

 

Facism or Communism in Europe, lecture script 1917

 

Haywood, William (Bill) D., Obituaries 1928

 

SUBSERIES 4.2: International Longshoremen's And Warehousemen's Union (Ilwu) Civil Rights Collection, 1933-77

 

Civil Rights Subject Files

Ctn. 73

re Subersive lists 1953-1971

 

Aliens and the McCarran Act 1952-1984

 

Subversive Activities Control Board (SACB) 1950-1974

 

Subversive Activities Control Act (3 folders) 1950

 

Senate Internal Security Subcommittee Reports, speeches, hearings, clippings 1951-1960

 

Wesley Robert Wells case, correspondence, clippings 1951

Box 20

Aliens

 

McCarran Act (4 folders)

 

Announcements, clippings, articles 1950-57

Ctn. 95

Aliens, general

 

McCarran-Walter Act

 

American Comm. for Protection of Foreign Born 1961-75

 

Regional Office, Los Angeles

 

Regional Office, Northern Calif.

 

Regional Office, Seattle

 

Newsletter 1957-65

 

Employment

 

Attorneys (2 folders)

Ctn. 95

Bail

 

Braden, Carl

 

California issues (2 folders) (loyalty oath, anti-comm.legislation etc.)

 

Censorship

 

Church

Ctn. 96

Communists

 

Anti-Communist Legislation, Calif. Prop. 24 (3 folders)1962

 

Communist Control Act of 1954

 

Labor material

 

Butler Bill

 

Congressional Investigations

 

Education (2 folders), Univ. of California 1954-1967

 

Fifth, First, Fourth Amendments (3 folders)

 

Government Employees 1957-1968

 

Hatch Act 1944-?

Ctn. 97

Juries

 

Loyalty Oaths (California) (2 folders) 1950-66

 

Organizations

 

Citizens Comm. for Constitutional Liberties

 

Citizens Comm. to Preserve Amer. Freedom

 

Miscellaneous

 

Emergency Civil Liberties Committee (ECLC)

 

Rights (published by NECLC) (4 folders) 1954-1968

Ctn. 98

Civil Defense (Air Raid Shelters, Atomic threats)

 

Passport Cases 1958-1974

 

Congressional hearings and reports 1958-1966

Ctn. 98

Poll Tax 1943-1965

 

Radio, Motion Picture and TV Industry 1950-1970

 

Rosenbergs/ Sobell Case

 

Smith Act (2 folders) 1955-1962

 

Sobell, Morton case 1953-1967

Ctn. 99

Subversive Activities Control Act 1950-1967

 

Mundt Bill (2 folders)

 

"Subversives List" - Attorney General's list 1948-1970

 

SACB Cases (2 folders) 1950-1968

 

US Supreme Court Decisions (Jenkins, Watkins, Smith Act)

Ctn. 100

Teachers

 

HUAC and Teachers (4 folders) 1945-1963

 

Publications - Anti-HUAC

Ctn. 100

Calif. newspapers and press releases (4 folders)

 

Peninsula committee for Freedom in Education

 

Meiklejohn, Alexander

 

Informers

 

Northern Calif. Teacher's Defense Committee (NCTDC)

 

Statements against HUAC Calif. teacher hearings

 

Teachers, subsequent action on

 

Schlihs, Robert

 

Unions

 

The American Teacher 1959

 

The "Un-American Act" Hoax

 

What's Ahead for the Subpoenead Teachers

 

East Bay Labor Journal and other clippings (3 folders)

Ctn. 100

Roosevelt, Eleanor (news column) 1959

 

Roosevelt, James

 

San Franciscans for Academic Freedom and Edu. (SAFE)

 

ACLU

 

CTA / AFT

 

Sloat injunction against HUAC

 

Churches

 

Congressmen

 

Dilworth Act memo

 

Chronology of the cancelled Calif teachers hearings

 

Democrats

 

First Amendment primer for teachers

 

First Amendment

 

Erb Case

 

Editorials

 

East Bay Community Forum

 

Miscellaneous (3 folders)

 

Uphaus, Willard Case 1951

 

Informers

Box 20

Pamphlets, articles, clippings (2 folders) 1939-1974

 

Budenz, Louis 1941-1972

 

Crouch, Paul 1954-1955

 

Dodd, Bella 1956

 

Manning, Johnson 1957-1959

 

Matusow, Harvey 1955-1957

 

Labor

Box 20

Anti-labor movements and organizations (2 folders) 1946-?

Ctn. 74

Longshoremen

 

Waterfront screening (2 folders) 1950-1968

 

Court cases (2 folders)

 

Laws and Regulations (2 folders)

 

Organizations against 1951-1960

 

Warren, Earl (4 folders) 1946-?

 

1946 Research project, inaugural address, pamphlets, clippings, press releases, broadcast transcripts

 

McCarthyism (2 folders)

 

Pamphlets by and about McCarthy 1950's

 

Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC)

Ctn. 75

California

 

Articles, clippings on Red probe (2 folders) 1951-71

 

Tenney Comm., Maritime Unions 1942-1951

 

Gibbons, Ed, Tenney (2 folders) 1949-1950

 

Teachers Hearings 1959-?

 

Abolition of Communist Movements (3 folders) 1940-1967

 

Dies Committee

 

NLG texts in opposition to Dies Committee

 

Miscellaneous

 

Counter-movement to abolish HUAC (3 folders) 1963-?

Ctn. 94

Northern Californians to Abolish HUAC - AB 148

 

National Committee

 

Labor

Ctn. 94

Midwest and Chicago

 

Southern Region

 

Investigations

 

DuBois Club Registrations 1966

 

HUAC and KKK 1965-1966

 

Weltner Bill 1966

 

S. 12 - Eastland et al 1969

 

Anti-Riot Act 1968

 

Defense of Sidney Peck 1970

 

SACB 1969

 

National and DC Memoranda 1969-1970

 

McClellan Committee 1969

 

House Committee on Internal Security (HISC) 1967-1969

 

Legislation Title II 1969

 

H.R. 14864 1969

 

Smith Act and labor (2 folders)

 

Notice of Meetings 1961

 

Hearings 1960

 

Anti-HUAC Correspondence 1960-1965

 

Ohio Committee

 

Operation Abolition

 

Press releases

 

Publications (5 folders) 1960's

 

East Bay Committee Forum (2 folders) 1961-1962

 

Columnists 1960

Ctn. 75

Congressional Elections 1962

 

Congressmen - Burton, Maillard, Shelley (3 folders)

 

Reports 1967-1968

 

Internal staff meeting notices 1967

 

Committee on Un-American Activities, Robert Cohen film

 

Miscellaneous (2 folders)

 

General Materials (2 folders) c. 1945

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence (H. Bridges), pamphlets, bulletins, Memoranda, clippings, press releases (2 folders)
 

Hearings

Ctn. 76

San Francisco Hearings (4 folders) 1956-1960

 

Operation Abolition 1960

 

General (Pamphlets, newsletters, clippings) (5 folders) 1955-1958

Ctn. 77

General (8 folders) 1946-1954

 

Lionel Stander testimony, speeches, newsletters, clippings, press statements

 

Francis, Walter E. 1955-1963

 

Washington State 1948-1955

 

FBI

Ctn. 77

Articles, pamphlets, press notices, clippings 1950-60

 

Government Reports and Publications

Ctn. 101

Civil Rights

 

The Draftee and Internal Security (Watts, Rowland) 1955

 

Appendix C and Supplement

 

ISC Hearings, Strategy and Tactics of World Communism S. Res. 58, 1955

 

Report of Subcomm. on Japanese War Relocation Centers S. 444, S Res. 101, 111, H. Res. 113, 1942-43

 

Report of Comm. to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations,1954

Ctn. 101

Congressional Investigation Rules for Procedures, 1954

 

Hearings, Gaps in Internal Security Laws, 1966-1967

 

Report of Activities of US Citizens Employed by the United Nations, 1953

 

Hearings, Subversive Infiltration of Radio, Television, and Entertainment Industry, 1952

 

Hearings, Misc. (2 folders)

Ctn. 102

Subversive Activities Control Board

 

Annual Reports (2 folders), 1951-1969

 

California Legislature Reports

 

Senate Report on the Tenney Committee, 1945

 

Un-American Activities in California (5 folders) 1943, 1945, 1947-49,1951, 1953,1955, 1957, 1959,1961, 1963, 1967

 

Second Report on Un-American Activities in Washington State, 1948

 

Miscellaneous reports

 

Hearings, President's Comm. on Immigration and Naturalization, 1952

 

House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC)

Ctn. 103

Hearings and Investigations

 

Investigation of Un-American Propaganda Activities in the US, 1946

 

Miscellaneous (3 folders), 1949-50

 

Communist Infiltration of Hollywood Motion Picture Indstry,1951

 

H. Res. 282 Dies Committee v. 1-13 (6 folders), 1933-40

Ctn. 104

H. Res. 282 Dies Committee v. 14-16 and Appendix pt. 1-8 (4 folders), 1941-43

 

H. Res. 282 Invest. of Propaganda Activities (2 folders), 1944

 

Investigation of Nazi Propaganda Activities, 1934-35

 

Violations of State Dep't Travel Regulations and Pro-Castro Propaganda, 1963

 

Amending the Internal Security Act of 1950

Ctn. 104

Annual Reports on Hearings (3 folders), 1950-70

Ctn. 108

Testimony of Edward G. Robinson, 1950

 

Comm. Activities Mass., Detroit, Baltimore, Misc., 1951

 

Youth, Veterans, Farm Groups Comm. Activities, 1952

 

Communist Activities in Los Angeles Area, 1953

 

Communist Activities in New York Area, 1953

 

Communist Activities in Philadelphia, Ohio, Misc., 1953

 

Communist Activities in San Francisco, 1953

 

Communist Activ. in California, Pacific NW(2 folders), 1954

 

Communist Activ. in Chicago, Dayton, Baltimore, Michigan, Misc. (5 folders), 1954

 

Communist Activ. in Rosenberg Case, Seattle, Ft.Wayne, New York, Ohio, Misc., 1955

Ctn. 106

Communist Methods of Infiltration, 1953-1954

 

Jack R. McMichael, Florida, Bishop Oxnam, 1953

 

Investigation of Communist Infiltration of Gov't, 1955

 

Communist Activities in Los Angeles, 1955

 

Investigation of so-called Blacklisting, Misc., 1956

 

Int'l Communism, No. Carolina, Nikolai. Khokhlov, 1956

 

Communist Propaganda in US, 1956-1957

 

Communist Activities, Rocky Mts, St Louis, 1956

 

Unauthorized use of US Passports, 1956

Ctn. 107

Hearings held in San Francisco, 1957

 

Communist Penetration, Misc., 1957

 

Communist Activities in Baltimore, New Haven, 1957

 

Communist Political Subversion, Pt 1-2, 1956

 

New York, New England, So. Calif., Misc., 1958

 

Communist Training, Passport Security, Misc., 1959

Ctn. 107

No. Calif. District of Communist Party, Misc., 1960

 

Miscellaneous, 1961

 

Communist Activities in Peace Movement, Misc., 1962

 

Miscellaneous, 1963, 1965-1966

 

Subversive Influences in Riots, Misc.(2 folders), 1967-68

 

National Peace Action Coalition, PCPJ, 1971

Ctn. 105

Invest. of Propaganda Activities, Misc (2 folders), 1935-47

 

Reports

Ctn. 105

Public Law 601 re Espionage, 1948

 

100 Things You Should Know About Communism Series, 1948-50

 

Hawaii Civil Liberties Committee, Congress of`American Women, Atomic Espionage, American Slav Conference, Misc., 1949-50

 

Guide to Subversive Organizations and Publications, 30 Years of Soviet Espionage in the US, Communist Peace Offensive, 1951

 

Miscellaneous (3 folders), 1952-54

 

Total Soviet War v. 1-2, 1956

 

The Communist Conspiracy, pt. I-a to d, Misc.(2 folders), 1956

 

International Communism, Operation Abolition,Who Are They?,

 

Miscellaneous, 1957

 

Misc. Reports on Communist threats (3 folders), 1968-59

 

Reports of Mr. Woods, Proceedings against, 1951-57

 

Reports of Mr. Walter, Proceedings against, 1959

 

Crimes of Khruschev, pt 1-7, 1959-60

Ctn. 106

Miscellaneous, 1960

 

Facts on Communism, v. 1-The Communist Ideology, v. 2-From Lenin to Khruschev, 1960

 

Miscellaneous (3 folders), 1961-63

Ctn. 106

Present-day Klu Klux Klan Movement, Misc.,1967

 

Miscellaneous (2 folders), 1968, 1974

Ctn. 175

HUAC pamphlets (5 folders)

 

SUBSERIES 4.3: International Labor Defense (ILD), 1936-1945

Ctn. 182

Constitution 1937

 

"Equal Justice" ILD magazine 1939-1940

 

"The people must speak" ILD newsletter 1940

 

Political prisoners, correspondence and reports c1936

 

Military justice, Fisher case 1944

 

Legislative (and information) service 1944-1945

 

Legislative letters 1940

 

Memos 1940

 

Correspondence 1936-1939

 

Committee for recognition of status of political prisoners 1936

 

Communist arrests by Crime Prevention Bureau, names and statistics 1934

 

Pamphlets, Press releases ca 1936

 

Articles by or about ILD

 

Labor Defender, selected issues from 1927-28, 1930-31, 1933-36

 

SUBSERIES 4.4: Raymond F. Thompson Papers, 1941-1978

Access Information

Need curatorial review.
 

Shipyard Worker's Committee against Discrimination (SWCAD), 1942-1985

Box 24

FBI investigation files on Thompson

 

Correspondence SWCAD, 1942-46

 

Shipyard workers leaflets, c 1940's

Box 24

b/ w photos of black Boilermakers picketing, c 1940's

 

Testimony of Celeste Strack, 1948

 

Scrapbooks

Ctn. 89

Seaman's tours in China, Malaysia, Africa, and Japan,1941-1942

 

Oakland's Cherry-Seed Shipyard Scrapbook (collected for 50 years)

 

Paul Robeson (personal photos, programs, memoribilia),1942-1965

 

World According to Ray

Ctn. 90

The Interplayers, (San Francisco interracial theater group), correspondence, performance programs (printed by Adrian Wilson), photographs, memorabilia,1940's

 

Berkeley Committee for Cooperation (Co-op), 1964-1980

Ctn. 89

USSR Berkeley Co-op

 

Co-op Sweden Tour, 1968

 

Co-op Award

 

Oral History

Box 25

Ray Thompson Oral History Project, San Francisco Public Library "African- Americans in San Francisco Prior to WW II", 1982

 

Miscellaneous

Box 25

City of Berkeley Proclamation, 1985

 

Chauvinism and words

 

Oakland kidnap case clippings, 1953

 

China Monthly Review, 1951

 

Negro in the Civil War by Herbert Aptheker, 1938

 

Women Against Slavery by Samuel Sullen,1955

Ctn. 89

New Yorker Album, 1929

 

African American Historical Society

 

SUBSERIES 4.5: Economic Rights, 1970s-1980s

 

Employment 1970's-80's (15 folders)

Ctn. 58

Bibliography, Articles

 

Statutes

 

Transnationals

 

Human Impact of Plant Closures-Conference

 

Plant Closures- Full Employment

Ctn. 59

Misc newsletters, statistics, clippings on labor committees, overtime, training, organizing

 

Full Employment

Ctn. 59

Employment Planning Act (proposed bill, Bertram Gross) 1978

 

Background of Employment Planning Act of 1946 & 1978 (4 folders)

 

Humphrey-Hawkins Bill (Employ. Plan. Act, 1978)

 

U.S. Government Reports 1976-1978

 

Economic Report of the President 1982

 

Legislative Material

 

District 65 v Nixon

 

National Lawyers Guild Resolutions 1981-1982

 

Articles (3 folders)

 

Newspaper Articles 1974-1978

 

The Right to Earn a Living -Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow (Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute Symposium, 1982)

 

Symposium Materials, correspondence (Leon Keyserling), papers by Ann Fagan Ginger

 

Miscellaneous (2 folders)

Ctn. 60

National Lawyers Guild, Economic Rights Task Force 1983-1985

 

Unemployment

Ctn. 60

Historical background articles

 

Women & unemployment

 

Sweden

 

Newspaper clippings (3 folders)

 

Labor

Ctn. 60

General

 

ACLU- Use of Troops in Strikes, 1938

 

Labor Relations in the Federal Republic of Germany

 

Teamster Rank and File Handbooks

 

Publications

Ctn. 60

Review of Contemporary Law, "Trade Union Rights" 1981

 

D ollars and Sense 1981-1982

 

Proceedings of the General Education Seminar, Economic and Social Rights in the United States 1978

 

The Carpenter, (phoptocopy) 1882

 

SUBSERIES 4.6: Miscellaneous, 1940-1951

Ctn. 179

United Electrical Workers Union pamphlets c1944

Ctn. 180

Proceedings of the founding convention of the National Negro Labor Council 1951

Ctn. 182

California Labor School (copied and pasted clippings, photographs 1940's, course catalogs 1943-44, exhibit info, miscellany) (2 folders)

Carton 79-81, 85, 152, 163-168, 175-176, 179-181

Series 5 : Vietnam Anti-War Collections, 1954-1974

Access Information

The John H. Fried Collection on Vietman files and the Draft and Military Law files need curatorial review before they can be served to the public. Please see reference desk for an Application for Access to Restricted Material (ARM) form.

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Divided into four sub-series John H. E. Fried Collection On Vietnam, 1954-1978; Draft And Military Law 1968-1972; Northern California Peace Action Coalition, 1971-1972; Miscellaneous, 1969-1972.
John H. E. Fried Collection on Vietnam is further divided into: Research Materials and Writings, and Publications. Arranged in original file order. Consists of research material for his book Vietnam and International Law. Research materials are in French, Cambodian, Vietnamese and English.
Draft and Military Law, 1968-1972 is further divided into: Selective Service (Lawyers Selective Service Panel) and Military Law. Selective Service case files are arranged in alphabetical order by individual's last name. Includes the West Coast Lawyers Selective Service Panel's case files, legal research materials, court documents, business files, publications, trial reports, memorandum, draft counseling materials, clippings, and a number of conscientious objectors case files. The Military Law files are comprised of in-service conscientious objectors cases, Military Court of Appeals decisions, statistics, and specialized reports.
Northern California Peace Action Coalition, 1971-1972 arranged as received. Consists of three files of correspondence, memos, press releases, newsletters, agendas, and ephemera.
Miscellaneous arranged as received. Consists of a collection of Vietnam anti-war protest photographs taken in Berkeley or Oakland in 1972 and materials from the following organizations (1970-1972): War Resisters League, Student Mobilization Committee to End the War, People's Coalition for Peace and Justice and the Oakland Seven.
 

SUBSERIES 5.1: John H. E. Fried Collection On Vietnam, 1954-1978

Access Information

Need curatorial review.
 

Research Materials and Writings

Ctn. 78

Correspondence re the Fried Collection

 

Senate Documents on War Powers Doctrine 1962

 

Int'l War Crimes Tribunal, Roskilde, Denmark 1967

Ctn. 78

Stockholm World Conference on Vietnam, Reports 1967

 

Cambodia/ Laos Invasion, Nixon speech 1970

 

Nat'l Conference "Human Rights of the Man in Uniform" Washington, DC 1970

 

Int'l Commission of Inquiry on US Crimes in Indochina Oslo, Norway 1971

 

Copenhagen, Denmark 1972

 

2nd Int'l Conference of Lawyers on Indochina, Algeirs (in French and English) Nov. 26-28, 1971

 

Lavelle Affair- The Secret bombing of N. Vietnam 1971-1972

 

Secret Camabodian bombing and war 1969-1974

 

American subversion in Vietnam (foreign broadcasts) 1973

 

Chemical Warfare in So. Vietnam, Political Prisoners

 

Chronology of the Vietnam War 1940-1973

 

Civil Defense 1962

 

Covert action in foreign policy

 

Electronic and automated warfare (2 folders) c. 1973

 

Vietnam: Food as a weapon

 

Vietnam: Genocide

 

Honeywell, Inc and NARMIC (Nat'l Action/Research onthe Military Industrial Complex)

 

NARMIC Materials

 

Hue Massacre

 

Constitutional and Presidential Powers of War 1967-1976

 

Illegality of War in Vietnam (2 folders)

 

Lawsuits (proposed) against US Gov't

 

Analysis of the Legality of US Actions in Vietnam, research 1966-1973

Ctn. 79

Analysis of the Legality of US Actions in Vietnam by John

 

Fried (Penultimate version) 1966

Ctn. 79

Analysis of the Legality of US Actions in Vietnam by John

 

Fried (draft version with comments by Quincy Wright) 1966

 

Source material for quotations in Analysis of the Legality... 1966

 

Thien-Saigon Terror Aug. 1974

 

Vietnamization of the War

 

Vietnam 1964-1965

 

Documents showing knowledge of and opposition to events 1966-67

 

Articles in favor of US war in Vietnam

 

Int'l Committee to free Vietnamese Political Prisoners

 

Anti- US Statement, Peking 1965

 

General Westmoorland v John Fried

 

Growing opposition to the Vietnam War 1966-1969

 

National Liberation Front Program

 

Post-War Vietnam (2 folders)

 

US Reports: One year after the cease-fire Jan. 1974

 

Legacy of Vietnam, Statistics

 

J. F. Kennedy Speech against intervention in Vietnam 1954

 

Nuclear power and weapons

 

Docs. and Analysis of 1973 Paris Peace Agreement on Vietnam 1973

 

Political prisoners

 

Thailand

 

UN Survey on damage in Vietnam 1978

 

UN Documents on Cambodia 1964-1970

 

US v. Humphrey et al. (conspiracy charges) 1978

 

US Assassination plots- text of Senate report 1975

 

Official US Gov't justification of the US intervention in Vietnam 1965

 

War Powers

Ctn. 79

Proposals by Lawyers Comm. on APTV, draft resolution 1971

 

US Congress debate on Mayaguez May 1975

 

Watergate

 

List of members of the Provisional Revolutionary Gov't of the

 

Republic of So. Vietnam (in French) June 1969

 

Indochina War: Atrocities, My Lai, peace efforts, bombing of Hanoi 1972

 

Massachusetts v Melvin Laird Amicus Curiae brief on behalf of the Lawyers Comm. on Amer. Policy toward Vietnam 1970

 

My Lai Massacre

Ctn. 80

Australia in Vietnam 1965

 

Vietnamese statements, Last Will of Ho Chi Minh 1970

 

Vietnam, General materials and miscellaneous (includes articles, pamphlets, reports, clippings, and sources used by Fried in Westmoorland case) (18 folders) 1960-1970s

 

Publications

Ctn. 80

John Fried's bibliographic card file on Vietnam

 

American Report 1970-1972

 

Reports and magazines

Ctn. 81

Southeast Asia Chronicle 1978-1982 Vietnam Courier (Hanoi)

 

New Yorker Jonathan Schell articles Mar. 9 & 16, 1968

 

New Yorker and American Report issues on Vietnam

 

Pamphlets, US and Vietnam

 

Books in French

 

Le point de vue du Viet Nam, Hanoi 1968

 

L'Homme et son message Ho Chi Minh 1970

 

Depuis Poèmes, Hanoi 1968

Ctn. 81

Conference Mondiale de Juristes pour le Vietnam 1968

 

Presedential Studies Quarterly 1978-1979

 

Books in English

 

My Visit to the Liberated Zones of South Vietnam, Wilfred Burchett 964

 

Days with Ho Chi Minh, Hoai Thanh 1963

 

Support the People of Viet Nam, Defeat U.S. Aggressors, Peking 1965

 

Vietnam: A Voice from the Villages, Katsuichi Honda 1968

 

Vietnam and International Law, John Fried 1967

 

Vietnam Hearings: Voices from the Grass Roots 1965

 

Documents relating to British Involvement in the Indo-China Conflict 1945-65, London 1965

 

Pentagon Papers: The Defense Department History of US Decisionmaking on Vietnam, v. i-iv (The Senator Gravel Edition), Mike Gravel 1971

 

The Paris Agreement on Vietnam: Fundamental Juridical Problems, Hanoi 1973

 

Congress, the President, and the War Power 1970

 

Vietnam: 1976, A Report by Sen. George McGovern

 

Dep't of Defense Appropriations, Senate Hearings 1972

Ctn. 85

Supplemental Foreign Assistance - Vietnam, Hearings before 89th Congress, S. 2793 1966

 

Supplemental Assistance to Cambodia, Hearings before 94th Congress S. 663 1966

 

Misc. Congressional hearings and reports 1968-1971

Ctn. 152

V ietnamese Studies Series

 

Miscellaneous Publications

 

Pamphlets and booklets on Vietnam (2 folders)

 

Non-English Language Books on Vietnam (2 folders)

Ctn. 152

Vietnam Courier (English) Oct. 21, 1965

 

SUBSERIES 5.2: Draft And Military Law 1968-1972

Access Information

Need curatorial review.
 

Selective Service, Lawyers Selective Service Panel

Ctn. 163

Selective Service Panel Library

 

Jury voir dire

 

Pre-trial reports

 

Trial reports

 

Legal memoranda

 

Bulletins (7 folders)

 

Military caseload questionaire

 

Discovery order

 

Instructions

 

Psychologists reports

 

Legal materials

 

Correspondence-Norman Leonard (Panel Chairman), Marjorie Leonard (3 folders)

 

Miscellaneous

 

Payments made for Panel

 

Meeting minutes, 1971

 

Selective Service manuals

 

Area list of lawyers

 

Austrailian draft

 

Checklist

 

Concerned law professors

 

Court schedules

 

Memorandum

Ctn. 163

Form #150, Conscientious Objection

 

Motion for dismissal under authority of Brede v US

 

Right to counsel

 

Form # 150- late filing

 

Doctrine of exhaustion of Administrative Remedies in S.S.

 

Denial of due process-SS #110, Misleading notice of rights/appeals

 

Right to counsel re: US v Weller

 

Military C.O. Claims- practice

 

Checklist

 

An analysis and comparison of AWOL and DESERTION

 

Exhaustion of administrative remedies

 

Justification for release because of error by H.A.

 

Proof of culpable intent

 

Judicial appointments

 

On sentences

 

"Why men refuse induction"

 

"Right of conscience and the ninth amendment"

 

New names sent to Thorne & Weinstein

 

List of lawyers sent SS materials, 3/13-4/2/1968

 

Medical

 

New Panel members

 

News stories on cases

 

Material sent to other cities

 

Memo to judges, 8/22/1968

 

April 6, 1968 Seminar, Attendee list

 

Meeting places

Ctn. 163

Panel library, correspondence

 

Prisoners information and support service, news and notes flyer

 

Sacramento State speech correspondence and flyer

 

Selective Service Law Reporter

 

List of cases

 

Law Review articles, misc.

 

Sel. Service System Registrants Processing Manual, 1972

 

New York Draft and Military Panel memos

 

Legal memos

Ctn. 164

The Advocate-monthly newsletter for military defense council

 

Draft counseling newsletters

 

Military law and counseling newsletter (CCCO)

 

S.S.S. pamphlets, 1971

 

S.S.S: Cirriculum guide to the draft (publication for high schools,1970)

 

Lawyers Selectice Service Panel

 

1970 Draft lottery

 

Notices, draft and misc.

 

Attorney's guide to selective service and military case law

 

Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO)-Newsletters & bulletins

 

Miscellaneous articles, announcements, pamphlets

 

Government publications

 

Draft and military case clippings

 

Taxpayers resistance as war protest

 

National Lawyers Guild newsletters

 

Misc. Newsletters -Anti-war and draft resisters

 

Pamphlets on C.O., Selective Service, War resistance, armed services

 

NECLC-New York Draft and Military Law Panel

Ctn. 163

Announcements and press releases

 

Correspondence

 

Draft attorneys and counsel (2 folders)

 

Ann Fagan Ginger

 

Articles on draft and military law

 

Legal memoranda and reports (2 folders)

 

Jury selection and sentencing

Ctn. 165

Conscientious Objector Cases (Cases grouped by alpha letter, 3 misc.case files)

Ctn. 166

C.O. Cases (alpha order, by individual case)

 

Military Law

Ctn. 167

Decisions of Military Court of Appeals on in-service cases (3 folders)

 

In-Service C.O. cases

 

Military Law cases (2 folders)

 

Regulations of the Defense Dep't and Various Services

 

Dep't of Defense

 

Marine Corps

 

Air Force

 

Navy

 

Desertion

 

Military Judges Guide-Army

 

Military Law Seminar (Boalt Law School,1969)

 

DOD Directive re:C.O.'s

 

Specialized reports

 

Pre-trial reports

 

Trial report forms (2 folders)

 

Application for discharge, C.O.

 

Misc. C.O. applications and regulations

Ctn. 167

DOD Directive re: administrative discharge

 

Selective Service -LBM's and releases

 

Legal aspects of Selective Service

 

Minimum Due Process Standards in SS Cases (materials for footnotes)

 

Old case material

Ctn. 168

"Custody" of unassigned Reservists for H.C.

 

Memos on Military

 

Legal articles on military cases and judicial review thereof

 

Resource guide on military law (Harvard Draft Research Committee)

 

Military law seminar (Boalt Hall 1968-69)

 

California State Directors Operations Memos 1-2 (2 folders)

 

In-Military Cases A-Z (by serviceman's last name) (5 folders)

 

In Military, Miscellaneous

 

Appeals

Ctn. 181

Military law cases, military counsulers manual, correspondence,

 

memoranda [unprocessed]

 

SUBSERIES 5.3: Northern California Peace Action Coalition, 1971-1972

Ctn. 180

Peoples Coalition for Peace and Justice- correspondence, memos, press releases, newsletter, agendas, ephemera (3 folders) 1971-1972

 

SUBSERIES 5.4: Miscellaneous, 1969-1972

Ctn. 176

Anti-War Protest Photographs (Berkeley Or Oakland)c March 1972

Scope and Content Note

Photographs- War protestors assemble in front of unidentified building possibly downtown Oakland or Berkeley. Carrying banners, "Welcome Mrs. Nixon", "Vietnam veterans against the war", "Join us to stop the war now" etc. Some people carrying a draped coffin simulating a funeral march. During the rally some photos depict conflict, struggle, possible violence, men being led away (not by uniformed police). Folder includes numbered notes and cards corresponding to numbers on photos with people's names in photos and brief notes about events.
 

Ten negative strips, Envelope of negative strips (labeled Lyle Bagatti)

Ctn. 176

Black and white prints (Anti-war protest)

 

two proof sheets

 

two-6 x 9

 

twenty eight-5 x 7

 

four-3 1/2 x 3 1/2

 

twenty two-3 1/2 x 5

 

Color (faded)

 

ten-3 1/2 x 5

Ctn. 175

War Resisters League, newsletter (incomplete), pamphlets, 1972

Ctn. 176

Student Mobilization Committee to End the War, n.d.

Ctn. 179

Vietnam, ant-war pamphlets, 1970's

Ctn. 180

People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, 1971-1972

 

The Oakland Seven (draft resisters), c1969

Box 9; Carton 138-139, 153, 176-178

Series 6 : Anti-Nuclear And World Peace Organizations, Advocates, And Cases, 1940-1998.

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Arrangement

Five sub-series are arranged as received: Michael Shapavalov Papers, 1943-1969; War and Peace Foundation, 1970-1998; Bangor Base Trials 1978-1980; Western Solidarity vs. Ronald Reagan, 1985-1986; The Commission on Peace and Justice, City of Berkeley, 1986-1997
All series arranged as received.
The Michael Shapavalov Papers, contain materials from a peace activist and agricultural scientist. Includes biographical information, and miscellaneous material from United States and international peace organizations, conferences, and committees during 1940s-1950s including the American Continental Congress for World Peace held in Mexico City in 1949.
The War and Peace Foundation files are contain the correspondence files of its directors, Arthur and Selma Brackman, a collection of peace and anti-nuclear conference materials, newsletters, bulletins, articles, and speeches. Subject files include materials on the Pacific Plutonium Forum, 1995, demonstrations against the Cassini space probe, the School of the Americas, The Panama Deception, and United Nations strategies for peace.
The Bangor Base Trials between 1978-1980. Case files of demonstrators protesting nuclear weapons installed aboard the Trident Nuclear Submarines. Contain case histories, articles, attorney's memos, hearing notices, appeals arguments, pleadings, and motions along with the trial transcripts of US vs. Lowe et al, US vs. Rubenstein et al, and four other cases.
Western Solidarity vs. Ronald Reagan includes a complete set of trial documents including motions, exhibits, court and attorney correspondence, memoranda, complaints, amici curiae briefs, depositions, motions, expert witness lists, and drafts.
Commission on Peace and Justice, City of Berkeley contains meeting agendas, notes, correspondence, articles, reports and files on the Berkeley Nuclear Free Zone, Miles-Cutter Laboratory, sister cities, and the Commissioners manuals.
 

SUBSERIES 6.1: Michael Shapavalov Papers, 1940-1969

Box 9

Materials from US and International Peace organizations, conferences, and committees during the 1940's-50's Papers include clippings, notes and newsletters.

 

B & W photographic prints of Linus Pauling and others at the American Continental Congress for World Peace held in Mexico City Sept 5-10, 1949.

 

Additional materials and speeches from the Congress and newspapers from Mexico dated 1949.

 

American-Soviet Peace materials

 

Science journal articles dated 1913-14.

 

Memorial address for M. Shapavalov by Walter Harju, 1969.

 

SUBSERIES 6.2: War & Peace Foundation, 1984-1998

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Ctn. 153

UN/NGO related materials

 

National Women's Conference on Preventing Nuclear War 1984

 

3rd Global Structures Convocation, Wash DC 1994

Ctn. 153

34th Strategy for Peace Conference 1993

 

50th Annual DPI/NGO Conference, UN Headquarters 1997

 

The Pacific Plutonium Forum:On the Civilian Use and Sea Transportation of Plutonium. Berkeley, CA 1995

 

Foundation Correspondence (Arthur & Selma Brackman, Directors) Pamphlets

 

Newsletters and Bulletins (4 folders)

 

War & Peace Digest 1991-1997

 

Thinkpeace

 

Peace and Anti-nuclear groups

 

Articles and notices (2 folders)

 

Demonstrations against launch of Cassini Space Probe 1997

 

Muller, Paul, 2000 Ideas for a better world

 

Fast Track to zero nuclear weapons:The Middle Powers Initiative 1998

 

Articles by Arthur Kinoy and Barbara Deming

 

Comm. to Protect Journalists,1991: The Soviet Media's Year of Decision

 

"Ruth Gage-Colby Testimonial Dinner", (program) New York 1972

 

School of Americas

 

The Panama Deception, Empowerment Project 1992

 

Indigenous people and multiculturalism articles and info

 

Historic publications

 

The Outpost, published by Americans in Britain, London 1943

 

Speech broadcast by Prime Minister Mr. Winston Churchill May 10, 1942

 

Common Tasks and Common Dreams, speech by India Ghandi 1966

 

Debate within SDS:RYM II vs Weatherman, Racial Education Project, Detroit c1970

 

The Black Panther, vol. 4, no. 22 May 9,1970

Ctn. 153

Boutros, Boutros-Gahli, Building Peace and Developmen, 1994

 

Krieger, David, ed., Waging Peace:Vision and Hope for the 21st Century 1992

 

Lentz, Theo. F., Towards a technology of peace, 1972

 

Biegert, Claus, Der Montag, der die Welt veränderte, 1996

 

SUBSERIES 6.3: Bangor Base Trials (Trident Nuclear Submarine Protests), 1978-1980

Ctn. 153

Case history

 

Expert testimony

 

Writings on the Trident and nuclear weapons

 

Attorney's memos

 

Hearing notices

 

Appeals argument, Nancy Bidgood

 

US v Lowe et al, Trial transcript (3 folders), Feb. 1980

 

US v Rubenstein et al., Trial transcript (v.1) (2 folders), Dec. 1978

 

US v Rubenstein et al., Trial transcript (v. 2-5) (4 folders), Dec. 1978

 

US v Zanzig, Arraignment, Plea, trial transcript (3 folders), 1979-1980

 

US v May et al

 

US v Alcorn (2 folders), 1979

 

US v Broadbent (2 folders),1979-1980

 

Appeal, misc. briefs

Ctn. 176

3 Trident cases Pleadings- (4 folders), 1977

 

October 28 Coalition-Motions Vol I-IV (4 folders), 1979

 

October 30 Coalition

 

Trident Appeals

 

SUBSERIES 6.4: Western Solidarity vs. Ronald Reagan, 1985-1986

Ctn. 176

Civil Action Nos. 84-L-280 and 84-L-423

United States District Court for the District of Nebraska, Eastern Division

Ctn. 138

Correspondence of the Court 1/7/1986

 

Plantiff's Request for the Setting of Hearing on Pending Motions 1/7/1986

 

Stipulation Dismissing Causes of Action Numbers 19 and 21

 

Motion to Withdraw as Counsel (Finzel, Roger A.)

 

Order allowing Counsel to Withdraw

 

Correspondence 4/20/1985

 

Redraft 3/7/1985

 

Intervening Plantiffs (Friends of the Earth, Inc.) second set of Interrogatories and request for production of documents 1/4/1985

 

Defendants Response to Plantiffs' Request for Setting of Hearing 1/15/1986

 

Plantiffs Brief in Support of Motion for Partial Summary Judgement and Response to Defendants' Motion for Judgement on the Pleadings 4/30/1985

 

Exhibits 1-11

 

Court and Attorney Correspondence 1985

 

Complaint

 

Answer

 

Colorado Plantiffs' List of Proposed Expert Witnesses

 

Order

 

Defendants' Objection to Plantiffs' Response Order

 

Plantiffs Motions

 

Defendants' supplemental Memorandum of Law

 

Defendants' Request for Production of Documents/Defendants' Response

 

Plantiffs First Set of Interrogatories

 

Defendants Cross Motion for Summary Judgement/ Supplemental

 

Defendants' Exhibits

Ctn. 138

Brief Amici Curiae (Sen. Hatch, Helms, Denton...other Congressmen )

 

Plantiffs' Reply to Defendants' Opposition to Plantiffs' Motion for Partial Summary Judgement...

 

Defendants' Reply to Plantiffs' Opposition to Defendants' Motion for Judgement on the Pleadings and Memoramdum in Support of Defendants' Cross-Motion..

 

Plantiffs' Requests for Admission, Interrogatory, and request for Production/ Defendants' Response

 

Stipulated Chronology

 

Deposition of Peter Daley

 

Complaint

 

Motion to Set Hearing

 

Federal Defendants' Supplemental List of Expert Witnesses

 

Declaration of Herbert Scoville, Jr., James L. McKenzie

 

Order, Memoranda of Motions

 

Defandants' Memo in Support if their Motion for Judgement on the Pleadings

 

Defendants' Exhibit A

 

Statement of Material Facts/ Motion for Judgement

 

Brief of Western Solidarity Plantiffs

 

Deposition of John J. Politi

 

Farley v US Air Force Court Documents and Correspondence (4 folders)

Ctn. 139

Western Solidarity v Ronald Reagan

 

Court Documents, Attorneys' Work Products (14 folders)

 

SUBSERIES 6.5: Commission On Peace And Justice, City Of Berkeley, 1986-1997

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Ctn. 177

General P&J information

 

Nuclear Free Zone (3 folders)

 

Committee meeting agendas, meeting notes and materials, correspondence, articles, reports, 1986-1993

Scope and Content Note

(19 folders arranged chronologically by year)
Ctn. 178

Committee meeting agendas, meeting notes and materials, correspondence, articles, reports, (1994-1997)

Scope and Content Note

(17 folders arranged chronologically by year
 

Miles-Cutter lab

 

Sister cities

 

Commissioners manuals 1988,1992 , Misc. Reports

Box 6-8, 68-70; Carton 183

Series 7 : Academic Freedom. 1904-1984

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Arrangement

Divided into three sub-series: Alexander Meiklejohn Papers; The Political Papers Of Bernhard J. Stern, 1925-1953; Loyalty Oath Controversy At U.C. Berkeley, 1950.
Alexander Meiklejohn Papers are further divided into: Writings and speeches by Meiklejohn, 1904-1965, and Writings about Meiklejohn, 1942-1984. Arranged in chronological order;
The Political Papers of Bernhard J. Stern, 1925-1953. Arranged in chronological order. Included are correspondence, transcripts of Stern's testimony before the House Un-American Activities Committee and several Senate Judiciary Committees. Stern's academic papers spanning his life as a sociologist, teacher, writer and editor are in the archives at the University of Oregon in Eugene and at the Huntington Library in Pasadena.
The Loyalty Oath Controversy at UC Berkeley 1950. Three files arranged as received.
 

SUBSERIES 7.1: Alexander Meiklejohn Papers

 

Bibliography

Box 68

Bibliographic cards

 

Writings and Speeches by Alexander Meiklejohn

Box 68

The Deans address at the commencement dinner (photocopy) 1904

 

Letter to Fred Ladd (reprint) 1904

 

Presidential inagural address of A. Meiklejohn, Amherst 1912

 

Is mental training a myth? (reprint) 1909

 

A Schoolmaster's view of compulsory military training (photocopy) 1916

 

Discussion:Tenure of office and academic freedom (photocopy) 1916

 

Fiat justitia:The college as critic (reprint) 1917

 

Report of the president (photocopy) 1918

 

Report of the president to the trustees (photocopy) 1918

 

What does the college hope to be during the next hundred years? 1921

 

To whom are we responsible? 1923

 

A new college (photocopy) 1925

 

Adult education : A fresh start (photocopy) 1934

 

Two manuscript letters to Jesssica Davidson (5 leaves) c.1935-38

 

Liberty for what? (photocopy) 1935

 

Forward from The Supreme Court as History (photocopy) 1937

Box 68

Teachers and controversial questions 1938

 

Congress and the people (photocopy) 1942

 

Education as a factor in post-war reconstruction (photocopy) 1942

 

Reason or violence 1943

 

What do you mean Totalitarianism? (photocopy) 1943

 

Unity with the Communists? (photocopy) 1943

 

Free speech for fascists? (photocopy) 1943

 

Education under the charter (photocopy) 1945

 

Book Review (Philosophy in American Education, B. Blanshard et al. (reprint) 1946

 

To teach the world to be free 1946

 

Everything worth saying should be said (photocopy) 1948

 

Educational cooperation between church and state 1949

 

To the regents of UC (re T.A. Irving D. Fox), written jointly with No. California ACLU (photocopy) 1950

 

The first amendt. and evils that congress has a right to prevent 1951

 

The teaching of intellectual freedom 1952

 

The crisis in freedom (photocopy) 1952

 

Supreme Court ruling challenged (reprint) 1953

 

The priority of the market place of ideas (photocopy) 1953

 

Greetings to S.F. State College on its dedication day 1954

 

Book review: Sedition circa 400 B.C. (photocopy) 1955

 

W e the people 1956

 

The American college and American freedom 1957

 

Liberty or Freedom (address) 1957

 

Petition to Congress to abolish HUAC (ACLU newspaper) 1957

 

Constitutional limits to Congressional investigations (photocopy) 1959

Box 68

Statement on university student group activities 1960

 

The Barenblatt opinion 1960

 

The balancing of self-preservation against political freedom 1961

 

The first amendment as an absolute 1961

 

They were teachers 1962

 

Petition to abolish HUAC (with others) 1964

 

Excerpts from writings in ACLU newspaper 1965

 

A criticism of public opinion for neglecting civil liberty (photocopy)

 

A symposium:Should Communists be allowed to teach? (photocopy)

 

Brief on behalf of Nat Turner v Comm. Officer of the Army Area(editor)

 

Book review (photocopy) Is the world moving too fast for our constitution? (Freedom and Responsibility, by Becker)

 

The first amendment (collection of articles)

 

Announcement of Spring Symposium at Amherst (photocopy) 1923

Box 69

List of audio tapes recording Meiklejohn activities from 1955-1964

 

Brief, Lawson v USA /Trumbo v USA (USSC) 1949

 

Typed sheets of miscellaneous quotes by Meiklejohn

 

US Dept of Justice-NBC Production, "I'm an American", Radio broadcast script 1941

 

ACLU/Meiklejohn, Crisis at the Univ.of California (photocopy) 1949,1951

 

The Chaffee-Sutherland Letter - to the editor of the Harvard Crimson (type copy) 1953

 

"Educator attacks Chaffee-Sutherland Doctrine", Harvard Crimson 1954

Box 70

University of Wisconsin (Experimental College), notes and documents

 

Amherst College, notes and documents

 

Reports to the president (of Brown University) from the Dean (Meiklejohn) 1902,1906-12,1923

Box 70

Correspondence to Scott Abbott re Meiklejohn 1965

 

Bibliography (by and about Meiklejohn)

 

Writings About Alexander Meiklejohn

Box 69

Mr. Alexander Meiklejohn and the Barenblatt Opinion, Kalven, Harry 1960

 

A tribute to Alexander Meiklejohn, news clipping (photocopy) 1965

 

Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn Dies, clipping (photocopy) 1965

 

Alexander Meiklejohn memorial meeting notebook, Berkeley 1965

 

Homage to Alexander Meiklejohn (Rights) 1965

 

"Alexander Meiklejohn's views on the liberal college and its graduates, Leonard, Lawrence 1971

 

"Totalitarianism for what:The enigma of Alexander Meiklejohn" Harrison, David 1971

 

"The experimental college", Neuhaus, Sandy 1971

 

"Alexander Meiklejohn's concept of political freedom", Pusser, Portia 1971

 

"Alexander Meiklejohn and the making of the Amherst mind", Bixler, Julius Seelye (Amherst) 1973

 

Meiklejohn Library Anniversary Journal 1975

 

"Meet Alexander Meiklejohn", Jones, Louis Worth 1978

 

School for Americans: An essay in Adult Education, Powell, John 1942

 

Free Speech: The Immaculate Deception (speech) Jones, Louis W. 1979

 

"Alexander Meiklejohn", Buchanan, Scott(photocopy) n.d.

 

Alexander Meiklejohn obituaries and tributes (2 folders)

 

"Utopian thought in action: the experimental college at the University of Wisconsin 1927-31", Duhan, Laura 1984

 

Miscellaneous (3 folders)

 

The qualified absolute: Alexander Meiklejohn and freedom of speech, Palmer, M. 1979

 

Alexander Meiklejohn teacher of freedom, Brown, Cynthia Brown,editor 1981

Box 69

Political freedom: the constitutional powers of the people, Alexander Meiklejohn 1948, 1960

 

SUBSERIES 7.2: Political Papers Of Bernhard J. Stern, 1925-1953

Box 6

Guide to the Political Papers of Bernhard Joseph Stern

 

Correspondence between Charlotte Stern and MCLI re Bernhard J. Stern's papers

folder 001

Correspondence, City College of New York, 1925-26

folder 002

Correspondence, University of Washington, 1927-30

folder 003

Correspondence, Involvement in Organizations, 1927-28

folder 004-006

Correspondence and clippings re dismissal, University of Washington, 1930-31

folder 007

University of Washington student evaluations, 1930

folder 008

Correspondence, re involvement in organizations, 1930-1941

folder 009

HUAC 1938-42; Rapp-Coudert Committee, 1940; clippings

Box 7, folder 010

Correspondence, Involvement in organizations, 1942-1948

folder 011-014

Correspondence, New York City teachers course, 1947-1948

folder 015

Memo: Re Civil Liberties in the New York City Schools

folder 016

New York City teachers in-service course, clippings

folder 017

SISS, Transcripts, correspondence, 1952

folder 018

SISS, clippings, 1952

folder 019

McCarthy Committee, transcripts, notes, 1953

Box 8, folder 020

McCarthy Committee, "book burning" clippings, misc., 1953

folder 021

Corresp., Actions taken by Columbia University, Committee report

folder 022-23

Clippings, misc, General opinion on the investigations

folder 024

Correspondence, Involvement in organizations, 1952-56

Ctn. 183

Intellectual and academic freedom pamphlets 1949, 1953

 

SUBSERIES 7.3: Loyalty Oath Controversy At U.C. Berkeley, 1950

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Box 63

Statements, position information, clippings from Berekley Gazette and other original materials generated during the 1950 dispute at the University. (3 folders)

Box 26-28, 58, 71; Carton 113, 175, 179, 180, 182-183;

Oversize Box 2;Oversize Folder 1 C

Series 8 : Printed Materials And Ephemera, 1929-1989

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Divided into five sub-series: Publications, 1932-1989; Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, 1965-1967; Posters and Prints, 1927-1980; Radical Pamphlets, 1920s-1980s; Extremist Right-Wing Publications, 1930s-1940s.
Publications are further divided into two sections: Mieklejohn Civil Liberties Institute Indexes and Publications. Arranged in chronological order.
Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee files contain the publications, key mailing lists (July 1965-1967), reports, news releases, reports of incidents, and summaries. Arranged in chronological order.
Posters & Prints, 1927-1980 contains a small selection of visual images and statements concerning opposition to the Vietnam War, labor and civil rights, political freedom, cultural events and anti-nuclear protest. Arranged by subject.
Radical Pamphlets, 1920s-1950s. Arranged as received.
Extremist Right-Wing Publications, 1930s-1960s. Arranged as received.
 

SUBSERIES 8.1: Publications

 

Indexes and other MCLI publications, 1920-1985

Ctn. 179

Bill of rights citator and holdings of the MCLI Library and ACLU 1920-1966

 

Human rights organizations & periodicals directory 1979-1980

Ctn. 175

Calendars

 

Human Rights Calendar 1983

 

A Calendar of Cases 1978

 

A Calendar of Lawyers 1977

Ctn. 180

Human Rights Calendar 1980

 

Symposium and Anniversary Journals (6) 1980-1985

 

Journals, Newsletters, and Books, 1927-1989

Box 28

International Juridical Association Monthly Newsletter

 

Indexes v 1-12

 

Issues 1932-1942 (v 1 no 1 through v 11 no 6)

 

Miscellaneous issues

Box 71

Northern Neighbors, The magazine of Socialism in Action (Canada's authoratative, independent magazine, reporting the USSR, established in 1950), monthly issues (4 folders) 1977-86 (some missing issues)

Ctn. 179

Student litigation: A compilation and analysis of civil cases involving students 1977-1981

 

Taps, bugs, and fooling the people, Schwartz, Herman 1977

 

History and Reality, Aptheker, Herbert (1st edition) 1955

Ctn. 180

Of the people, for the people: pictorial highlights of fifty years of the Communist Party USA 1919-1969, CP USA 1970

Ctn. 183

Civil Liberties Reporter 1950-1952

Ctn. 183

Civil Rights Law Letter, pub by Civil Rights Congress 1955-1956

 

NAACP publications 1940-1950s

 

New Perspectives, Journal of the World Peace Council 1984-1989

 

Misc. Underground obscure newspapers

 

Misc newsletters, publications (3 folders)

Ctn. 182

SDS Newsletter March 1967

 

Lowndes County Freedom Organization (LCFO), Mississippi- newsletter 1965

oversize OS Box 1, folder 7

Flatlands, Oakland, CA, 26 intermittant issues Jan. 1966-Oct. 1967

 

SUBSERIES 8.2: Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) 1965-1967

Box 26

Reports Feb-May 1965

 

Key List Mailing (7 folders) July 1965-Aug, 1966

Box 27

Key List Mailing (8 folders) Sept. 1966-July 1967

Ctn. 182

SNCC, news releases, reports of inceidents, summaries 1962-1966

 

SUBSERIES 8.3: Posters And Prints, 1927-1980

oversize OS Box 2, folder 1

Anti-War (Vietnam & general opposition)-7 items

folder 2

Labor/ Civil Rights-9 items

folder 3

Loyalty Oath, Political Freedom, McCarthyism-3 items

folder 4

Cultural events-3 items

folder 5

Misc. cartoon (original drawing), portrait of William Heikkela, 1927 Ohio Reformatory certificate restoring rights to formerly incarcerated prisoner,American Defenders, 1937, Election poster for FSLN in Spanish

oversize Oversize Folder 1C

Misc. anti-war, cultural events, civil rights, and anti-nuclear posters

 

SUBSERIES 8.4: Radical Pamphlets, 1920's-1950's

Box 58

Ctn. 113

Topics:

Scope and Content Note

Communist ideology, Free Press, Leninism, Cold War, Socialism, Trotsky, Stalinism, Soviet Russia, Organized Labor Unions, Marxism, Japanese, Imperialism, Italian Fascism, American Imperialism, Ethiopia, Germany, NAACP, McCarthyism, Eugene Debs, Catholics and the Church, Taxes, Racial Inequality in Education, The Atomic Bomb, May Day, Indochina, Negros and the Soviet Union, US Imperialism, Civil Rights, Disarmament, Jews and Anti-Semitism, etc.
 

Authors of pamphlets :

Scope and Content Note

Eugene Dennis, George Marion, William Z. Foster, V.M. Molotov, Joseph Stalin, Gerhart Eisler, Paul Robeson, Earl Browder, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, V.I. Lenin, Zoltan Deak, Margaret Schlauch, Jaques Duclos, Herbert Aptheker, John Abt, S. Titarenko, Frederick Douglass, Alex Bittleman, Alexander Trachtenberg, Gus Hall, Upton Sinclair and others.
 

SUBSERIES 8.5: Extremist Rightwing Publications, 1930's-1960's

Ctn. 182

National Republic lettergram 1936

 

Robert Edward Edmunson, writings about and by 1936

 

Anti-semetic publications by Edmunson 1930's

 

American Women against Communism 1936

 

Defenders of the Christian Faith 1939

 

The American Guard 1939

 

"World-Service" Anti-semetic publications from Germany 1938

 

National Council for Prevention of War 1940

 

Fichte Association, Union for World Veracity,Hamburg, Germany 1939

 

"The Vigilante" 1933-1935

 

"The White Night" Jan, Aug, Sept 1936

 

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America 1936

 

Ctn. 183 Anti-Communist literature 1960s

Box 61,67; Carton 58, 155-162, 175,179,180,182

Series 9 : Miscellaneous

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Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Divided into four sub-series: California Proposition 13; Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute Subject Files, 1970s-1990s; United States Executions,1965-1967 volumes 1-5; Miscellaneous Files.
California Proposition 13 arranged as received.
The Meiklejohn Subject Files are arranged alphabetically. Files were assembled between the 1970s-1990s on topics of international political, social and legal interest. May include articles, pamphlets, conference papers, clippings, and correspondence.
United States Executions, 1965-1967 (5 volumes ) is a research collection assembled by Mrs. William Searle of Berkeley for an essay against capital punishment. Includes statistics, reports, correspondence, maps, drawings, and trial information for trials resulting in execution, profiles of individual death row prisoners including pictures, psychiatric reports, personal and legal information.
Miscellaneous. Unarranged files containing trials, publications, conference materials, ephemera, memorials, notes, reports, organizational materials, and files on individuals.
 

SUBSERIES 9.1: California Proposition 13

 

General Information (3 folders)

Ctn. 58

Notices, Announcements

 

Impact on Berkeley

 

Reduction of Services to Schools

 

Cases (15 folders)

 

California Supreme Court-List of Prop 13 Cases

 

Calif State Council of Service Employees Int'l Union AFL-CIO v Tinney (641.1a in HR Docket)

 

Tinney v San Francisco (641.2 in HR Docket)

 

City of Alameda v SBE

 

Monterey Co. Deputy Sheriff's Assn. v County of Monterey

 

Amador Valley Joint Union High School v SBE

 

County of Alameda v SBE

 

California Teachers Association v March Fong Eu

 

Other Cases

 

Clippings

 

SUBSERIES 9.2: Meiklejohn Institute Subject Files, 1970s-1990s

Access Information

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Ctn. 155-162

Subject files

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by subject, non-case files collected by MCLI between late 1970's to early 90's. Political topics includes articles brochures, pamphlets, conference papers, clippings, and correspondence (primarily from organizations). Examples of topics in alpha files (from carton 162): UNESCO, US Citizens in non-US Wars, US-Cambodia Relations, US Institute of Peace, US Foreign Policy, US/USSR Disarmament, Yugoslavia, War Powers Act, War Tax Resistance, Warsaw Treaty states, Weiss Bill, World Court, World Bank, World Trade Union Movement.
 

SUBSERIES 9.3: U.S. Executions 1965-1967

Ctn. 179

U.S. Executions

Scope and Content Note

v 1-5 (collection assembled by Kathleen (Mrs. William) Searle of Berkeley). Bound into five volumes are an essay on capital punishment by author, followed by collected statistics, reports, correspondence, maps, drawings, and trials resulting in capital punishment. Also collected information on individual death row prisoners who were executed--profiles, psychiatric, personal, and legal information. Handwritten captions.
 

SUBSERIES 9.4: Miscellaneous Files

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Box 61

California v Stephen Bingham, Transcript of Proceedings (2 folders) June 2, 17, 1986

Ctn. 182

Bingham, Stephen-, letters from Sierra Leone, West Africa while in the Peace Corp, 1966

Ctn. 175

Indochina and anti-nuclear pamphlets, newsletters, announcements (California), 1970s-1980s

 

Black elected officials in the southern states, voter education project

 

Southwide Conference of Black elected officials, Atlanta Georgia program of proceedings, Dec. 1968

Box 67

Arrest of Earl Browder

 

"Tokyo Rose" case : Iva Ikuko Toguri d'Aquino v USA, Petition for certiorari, appeal, amici briefs (2 folders), 1951

Ctn. 182

"Tokyo Rose-Folklore and Justice", by George Olhausen, 1952

Box 67

Operation Intimidation: A manual on witch hunting committee, ca. 1950

 

Official Program of the Founding Convention of the New Party,Philadelphia, 1948

 

Scottsboro Boys pamphlet, 1932

 

Exhibit and films brochures from Japan on effects of Atomic bombs

Ctn. 180

The Communist manifesto in pictures, n.d.

Ctn. 180

Political Action Committee (of CIO), pamphlets, ca. 1946

 

Civil rights, ephemera and pamphlets, 1950s

 

McCarthyism, pamphlets and articles, 1950s

 

40th Anniversary of the United Nations, San Francisco, ephemera,1985

 

Laurent Frantz memorial 1913-1998 and photocopied writings of, MCLI Peace Law Symposium, notes and materials on speakers and Conference, 1985

 

Disarmament forums list, Lawyers Comm. on Nuclear Policy, 1945-1983

Ctn. 182

Clarance Darrow, Pleas and speeches

 

Photographs, Huey Newton and Black Panthers 3-b&w 8 x 10

 

Robert Parson (aka Marcus Graham) v US (4 folders), ca. 1936

 

IADL- Report on War crimes in Korea, 1952

 

Anti-nuclear pamphlets Berkeley Free Church, 1970

 

Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation

 

Committee for the Protection of Foreign Born, conf. journals, 1955-1963

 

Communist Party v. SCAB

 

Community Organization for Progress (COUP)

 

Ron Dellums, 20 years of public service, program, 1987

 

W.E.B. DuBois Clubs, literature and pamphlets, 1960s

 

Racism

 

Farm workers organizing

 

National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression

Scope and Content Note

(successor to the Angela Davis Defense Committee), newsletters, correspondence,ephemera
 

NCARL-National Committee Against Repressive Legislation

 

Nuclear disarmament

 

Southern Civil Rights and cases (2 folders)

 

Women Against Violence in Pornography and Media (Berkeley)

 

Union W.A.G.E. (Women's Alliance to Gain Equality)

Ctn. 182

Alliance Against Women's Repression

 

Ida. K. Longman Collection of correspondence, flyers (MLK) and ephemera on Civil Rights activities, 1960s

 

WREE- Women for Racial and Economic Equality

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