Cushing Memorial Library, Texas A & M University

Political and Radical Ephemera Collection:

ca. 1900s-1970s



Descriptive Summary and Abstract

Title Political and Radical Ephemera Collection:
Dates ca. 1900s-1970s
Abstract The collections contains miscellaneous flyers, newspapers, manuscripts, broadsides, and buttons.
Identification Area Studies ARCH 00165
Extent 1 large oversize flat box
Language English.
Repository Cushing Memorial Library College Station, TX 77843-5000

 

Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 1 series:
Series 1. Political and Radical Ephemera, ca. 1900s-1970s.

Restrictions

Access

No restrictions.

Usage Restrictions

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. Contact the Repository.


Administrative Information

Provenance

Purchased from Bolerium Books.

Processing Information

Processed by Rebecca Hankins in July 2004.


Detailed Description of the Collection:

 

Series 1. Political and Radical Ephemera, ca. 1900s-1970s.

box-folder
1/1 Flyers: Newspapers and Periodicals:Manuscripts:Broadsides:Buttons:
• "The Strike: Understand it = Join it," by Third World Liberation Front.
• "Free Assata Shakur; Free All Political Prisoners."
• "George W. Crockett, Jr.; Freedom is Everybody’s Job," by Civil Rights Congress.
• "John George for Congress; Vote June 4," platform and other information.
• "Alliance for Black Unity; Free Picnic," by Alliance for Black Unity,1967.
• "Join the March; For Jobs, For Freedom, In Oakland," by Campus CORE,1965.
• "We demand that this University cut all ties to racist South Africa" flyer from U.C. Berkeley.
• "Come, see and hear the great Joe Tex" flyer for
Joe Tex.
• "Lo scrittore americano Richard Wright" by
Agli Uomini Liberi.
• "Harper’s Weekly: Vol. XLII, No. 2171" from July 30, 1898.
• "Inner City Voice: Vol. 1, No. 8" from June, 1968.
• "Inner City Voice: Vol. 2, No. 9" from November/December 1970.
• "Inner City Voice: Vol. 3, No. 2" from April 1971.
• "Inner City Voice: Vol. 3, No. 1" from February 1971.
• "The Burning Spear: Vol. 1, No. 1" from November 1, 1971.
• "As Long as a Man Has a Dream in His Heart" by
Howard Thurman.
• "Babylon is Fallen: Song and Chorus" by
Henry C. Work.
• "For equality of military justice…" manuscript.
• "Meet the National Committee to abolish the Poll Tax" manuscript.
• "Mass protest rally to express…" manuscript.
• "JFK: Friend or Foe?" manuscript.
• "Letter of support for the…" from the Bay Area Friend.
• "Why were two black students…" manuscript from the Buffalo Young Workers Liberation League.
• "An appeal to those who…" from the Committee to Maintain.
• "Fund-raising Letter" from the Soledad Brothers Legal Committee.
• "Mississippi Summer Project" manuscript from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
• "Press release" from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
• "The Red Pepper Poet Poster" by
Jayne Cortez.
• "Freedom Now Core"Button.
• "FDP: One Man One Vote" Button.