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Descriptive Summary

Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Saul Alinsky Papers, 1939-1976

Larry B. McNeil Papers, c.1938-1987

Edward T. Chambers Papers, 1972-1973

Unidentified records:

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Industrial Areas Foundation Records, [ca. 1938-1995] (bulk 1951-1987)



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Industrial Areas Foundation
Creator: Alinsky, Saul, 1909-1972.
Creator: Chambers, Edward T.
Creator: McNeil, Larry B.
Title Industrial Areas Foundation Records,
Dates: [ca. 1938-1995] (bulk 1951-1987)
Abstract Correspondence; clippings, periodicals, and ephemera; notes and manuscripts; and photographic prints, negatives, and motion picture film document the organizational, administrative, and promotional work of the founder of the Industrial Areas Foundation and two other important staff members.
Accession No. 2001-113; 2006-102; 2007-277
Extent 28 ft., 8 in.
Repository Center for American History,The University of Texas at Austin

Historical Note

The Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), founded in Chicago in 1940, trains citizens to organize their own communities. In the 1950s and 1960s, the IAF organized in Chicago, Los Angeles, Buffalo, and Rochester. Later, it developed national training institutes, fostering a network of community organizations.

Saul D. Alinsky (1909-1972) developed the IAF's principles of community organization and citizen participation, expressed in his books Reveille for Radicals (1946) and Rules for Radicals (1971). After his success in organizing Chicago's Back-of-the-Yards neighborhood council, Alinsky founded the IAF with the support of Chicago clergy and philanthropists. Upon being invited into a community, IAF organizers trained local leaders to develop grassroots organizations. Prominent successes were The Woodlawn Organization (TWO) in Chicago, and the Community Service Organizations in California (CSO),where IAF organizer Fred Ross trained Cesar Chavez. Late in his life, Alinsky began the IAF's institute or national organizational school. Edward T. Chambers, who joined the IAF in 1959, succeeded Alinsky as IAF Director and developed the institutes further. Trained at a 1972 IAF institute, Larry B. McNeil organized in Nashville, New York, and Chicago, later joining the IAF national staff as a trainer and West Coast Director.

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Scope and Contents

Correspondence; clippings, periodicals, and ephemera; notes and manuscripts; and photographic prints, negatives, and motion picture film document the organizational, administrative, and promotional work of the founder of the Industrial Areas Foundation and two other important staff members.

Saul D. Alinsky Papers include partial correspondence files, documenting his lecuring, writing, and fundraising activities (bulk 1962-1972); clippings files; some IAF financial records (1958-1971, incomplete); motion picture film. Larry B. McNeil Papers (bulk 1971-1987) contain correspondence, clippings and other printed material, notes, and photographic material, documenting his activities as an IAF organizer and trainer. McNeil's files include materials created by Alinsky. Edward T. Chambers Correspondence (1972-1973) consists of a small amount of routine correspondence, mostly inquirers about IAF training. Unidentified records consist of printed material.

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Arrangement

The collection contains four subgroups:
  • I. Saul Alinsky Papers (1939-1976)
  • II. Larry B. McNeil Papers (c.1938-1987)
  • III. Edward T. Chambers Correspondence (1972-1973)
  • IV. Unidentified records (1995)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Alinsky, Saul, 1909-1972-archives
Barr, Stringfellow, 1897-.
Brazier, Arthur M.
Chambers, Edward T.-archives.
Clapp, Gordon R. (Gordon Rufus), 1905-1963.
Harmon, Richard.
Leber, Charles T. (Charles Tudor), 1924-.
Ross, Fred, 1910-.
Tjerandsen, Carl.
Subjects (Organizations)
Community Service Organization.
Woodlawn Organization.
Subjects
Church and social problems-United States
Citizen's associations-United States
Community organization-Illinois-Chicago-History
Community organization-United States
Buffalo (N.Y.)-Social conditions
Chicago-Race relations
Syracuse (N.Y.)-Social conditions

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Industrial Areas Foundation Records, [ca. 1938-1995] (bulk 1951-1987), Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Saul Alinsky Papers, 1939-1976

box
4Zd522 Alphabetically arranged files:
A.B.C. [American Broadcasting Company], 1969-1970
A. T. & T., 1967-1969
Abbot Memorial Library, 1971
Reverend [Ralph D.] Abernathy, 1962-1968
May 28, 1963, Martin Luther King and Abernathy with mayor, 1963, undated
box
3Z318 Pastor Ralph Abernathy family holiday card, undated
box
4Zd522 Jimmy Abeita, January 31, 1970
Abram, Ruth, undated
Abromowitz, M., University of Chicago, 1963
ACTION-Housing, Inc., 1963
The Activist, 1966
Adams State College, 1966
Adiutori, Eugene, 1964
Mr. Gerald R. Adler, Chicago Council for the Social Studies, 1964
Peter Adler, 1969, undated
Adult education conference, 1965
Adult Education Council, 1966-1972
"The Advocates," 1971
Aero Mayflower, 1968
Afro-American Patrolmen's League, 1969-1970
The Alamo Community Organization [TACO], 1967
Joseph Albeck, 1969-1970
Albion College, 1966-1968
box
4 Zd522 Jerry Aldridge, June 4, 1970
box
4Zd522 Irene McInnis Alinsky, 1966-1972
Kathryn [Alinsky] Wilson, 1967-1972
box
3Z318 Family photos, 1972, no date
box
4Zd522 David Alinsky, 1965-1972
Saul, personal, 1964-1971
S. Alinsky: personal, miscellaneous, 1965-1972
[2 folders]
G. H. [Georgia Harper] memos to S. Alinsky, 1964-1971
Miscellaneous addresses and phones, 1966-1971, undated
box
3Z318 Alinsky and unidentified man, undated
box
4Zd522 Saul Alinsky: letters of purchase, and inquiry, 1966-1972
[2 folders]
S. Alinsky: paid bills, 1967-1971
Allen, Mrs. Joan
[empty folder; discarded]
Allied Radio, April 15, 1968
Mrs. Jack Alloy, 1964
Alma College, 1967-1968
Herb Alpert, undated
David W. Alspaugh, 1965
Henry Alting, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1963
Altman Camera Company, Inc., August 12, 1969
Harold M. Altshul, 1965
A. F. Alvarez, 1970-1971
Sister M. Martine, Alverno College, 1965-1967
Reverend Joseph T. Alves, 1963
America magazine, 1965
American Association of University Women, Dekalb, 1969
American Airlines, 1963-1971
American Banker, 1971
American Binder Company, 1965, undated
American Express, 1966-1971
American Friends Service Committee, 1966-1968
American Institute of Public Opinion, undated
American Jewish Archives, 1966-1970
American Jewish Committee, July 16, 1971
American Jewish Committee, St. Louis chapter (Ryweck, Morton, director), 1968
American Motors, 1962-1969
American Opinion, September 13, 1966
American Orthopsychiatric Association, 1964-1969
American Personnel and Guidance Association, 1970-1971
American Program Bureau, 1968-1971
American Psychiatric Association, 1966-1967
American Public Health Association, Western Branch, 1968-1969
American Society for Public Administration, 1967-1971
American Society of Newspaper Editors, 1968
American Standard, c. 1971
American Teachers Federation [American Federation of Teachers], 1965
American Vegetarian Union, 1972
American Women's Fact Finding Committee, undated
Amherst College, 1967-1971
Gilbert Anaya, 1954-1958
box
4Zd523 Arthur Andersen, 1962-1971
[2 folders]
Mr. Dewey Anderson, 1963
Mrs. Stewart A. Anderson, 1969
Andover Newton Theological School, 1968
Hugh Annett, 1966
Anonymous letters, 1964-1971, undated
Anti-Defamation League c.f. Frawley
[empty folder, discarded]
Antioch College, 1966-1971
[2 folders]
box
2.325/D19a The Antiochian, November 1970
box
4Zd523 The Apthology of the American Character: A Study in the Patterns of Juvenile Behavior," undated
Appalachian Review, 1966
Appalachian Volunteers, T. Ramsey, 1968-1969
Appleton-Century Crofts, 1969
April '61 [financial records], 1958-1961
Arlington Heights, 1969
Shirley Arch, 1965
Architectural Forum, September 29, 1963
Edward A. Aren, March 10, 1972
Arena, 1966
Mrs. Genevieve Armansco, 1966-1967
Aschenbrenner, Father [George], 1964
Aaron Asher, 1964
Asia, 1970-1972
[3 folders]
Asilomar, 1965-1967
Aspen Award, 1964
Aspen Institute, 1965-1971
Associates for Human Resources, 1969-1970
Association of Community Councils, 1957
New York University Medical Center (Association of Rehabilitation Centers convention), 1965-1966
Association of Student Governments, 1970, undated
Astra Photo Services, Inc., October 3, 1966
Atlanta, Georgia, 1971-1972
Atlantic Monthly, 1967-1969
Atlantic Richfield Hanford Company, 1968
Auburn Highland financial details, 1958-1960
Augustana College, 1969
Austin Community Organization, 1965
Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1967
Austin, Texas, 1968-1969
Australia, 1969-1970
Lorenzo Avila, undated
Avis, Inc., 1963-1970
Babson College, 1972
Mrs. T. A. Bacheler, 1965
Larry Bachman, 1968?
box
3Z318 Larry Bachman and Tony Randall, 1968?
box
4Zd523 Back of the Yards, 1961-1971
Mr. Emory Bacon, 1963-1965
Betty L. Baer, 1964
Joan Baez, 1967
Robert G. Baird, June 4, 1963
Baird, Reverend William T., 1962
Gary Baise: Macomb, Illinois, 1964
Bakersfield Californian, 1965
Casey Baldwin, undated
Dr. Harold Balikov, 1962
Alfred Balk, 1963-1967
Ball State University, 1969
Baltimore League of Women Voters, 1965-1966
Baltimore City Public Schools, 1968
Banff, Alberta, Canada, 1967
Bankers Magazine, July 28, 1971
Stafford E. D. Barff, 1961-1962
John Barber, 1969
Harry Barnard, 1972
box
4Zd524 Joseph Barnes, Simon and Schuster, 1964
Barnstable County [Massachusetts] Education Association, 1971
Jo Barr, 1964
Dr. Stringfellow Barr, 1962-1972
Dave Barstow, 1970
J. A. Battle, October 18, 1968
Dr. Helen Coyle Bartz, 1968-1971
Baton Broadcasting, 1971
Tom Bauer, 1969
Bay Area Human Relations Council, 1967
Bay Area Social Planning Council, 1967
Bay City Education Association, 1971
Baylor: College of Medicine, 1969
George W. Beadle, 1961-1962
Stephen Becker, 1963-1967
Mrs. Albert Beckham, 1964
Sam Beer, October 22, 1968
Behavioral Science Book Service, July 22, 1968
Louise Belew, 1967-1970
John Belindo, December 19, 1968
Church in Metropolis, Guy R. Bell, 1965
Bellevue Public Schools, 1969
Beloit College, 1968-1969
Professor [Morroe] Berger, Princeton, 1963
Berkeley Center for Human Interaction, 1967-1968
Pierre Berton, 1967-1970
Mr. William Bertsch, 1963
Bessmer, Mrs. Roger, 1964-1966
Best, Andrew F., 1964
Winfield Best, 1971
Beth Hillel, 1968-1969
A. G. Beth Israel Sisterhood (Mrs. Kenneth Waitz), 1964
Better Business Bureau, 1959-1965
B'hai B'rith Hillel Foundation (Montreal and Toronto), 1968-1970
Art Biagianti, 1971
Jo Biancalana, 1970
Mrs. Marylyn Bibb, August 3, 1965
Herbert Biberman, 1964
Bicycle Ecology, 1971
Mr. Homer Bigart, Nytis [New York Times], 1965
Nina Binford, June 25, 1965
Birch Society, 1964-1966
Caroline Bird, 1971-1972
Birmingham Council of Churches, Michigan, 1965-1966
David Bisno, 1964
Hillel Black, Satevepost [Saturday Evening Post], 1963-1964
Black Power, August 1, 1966
Black Star Publishing, 1965
Blackwell's, 1964
Block Development Project, 1965
Barry Bloom, 1965
Donald F. Bloom, 1965
Peter Bloomfield, 1971
Blue Cross, 1965-1972 1965-1972
Albert A. Blum, 1964
Michael Blume, 1971
J. Stanford Blythe, 1964
Board of Education [City of Chicago], December 16, 1968
Board of Education NYC, 1967
Bobley Publishing, January 25, 1972
Bohanon's
[empty folder, discarded]
Arthur Bohnen, 1970-1971
Peter Boland, 1963
Albert Bonomi, 1966
Book Find Club, c. 1970
Book-of-the-Month Club, 1963-1972
Hyman Bookbinder, 1966-1967
Booksellers Association of Greater Chicago, 1965
Richard Boone, 1965-1972
[2 folders]
Boston (see Villimas), 1963
Boston State Hospital talk, 1966
Boston University, 1966, undated
Boston University School of Theology, 1965
Mrs. Hugh Boulder, American Women's Fact Finding Committee, May 31, 1965
Father Frank Bourbon, S. J., 1968-1970
Bowen, William O., 1964
Bowler, Miss Louise, undated
David T. Bowman, 1966-1967
H. S. Bowser, April 5, 1969
William Boyd, May 16, 1966
Stephen B. Braisted, 1968-1969
Brandeis University, 1964-1972
Captain Jay Brandt, December 9, 1969
Otto Brandt, 1969
Reverend [Arthur M.] Brazier, 1961-1971
[2 folders]
box
2.325/R73 Dictaphone belt, "Belt from Brazier to Alinsky," June 18, 1963
box
4Zd524 Gurney Beckenfeld, House & Home, 1962-1964
Charles Brewer, 1967
box
2.325/R73 Dictaphone belt, "Charles Brewer," November 1, 1967
box
4Zd524 James Brewer, 1966
Kaye Briegel, 1966
George M. Briody, Jr., 1962
B'rith Kodesh Temple, 1965-1968
British Blue Book, June 30, 1970
British Independent T.V., undated
Terry Britt, 1971-1972
Jack A. Brizius, 1967
Stephen J. Brobeck, 1966
Bronx Community College, 1969
Reverend William Brooks, 1964-1966
Paul Booth, 1970
Brody, December 13, 1965
Brookings Institution White House Fellows, 1966
Will Brown, 1968-1969
Brown University, March 17, 1970
Don Bruckner, L.A. Times, 1967-1972
Slim Brundage, 1966-1968
Alex V. Brunzell, 1968
box
2.116/OD1177 'CRETEique cement mix advertising poster, c. 1968
box
4Zd524 John Bryan, 1965
William L. Bryan, 1971-1972
Alexander Buchan, 1963-1969
William Buckley, Jr., 1966-1968
Bucknell University, 1966-1968
Bucks County
[empty folder; removed]
Buffalo, 1964-1968
[2 folders]
box
4Zd525 Buffalo, 1965-1969
[2 folders]
Buffalo Evening News, July 9, 1971
Stimson A. Bullitt, 1968-1972
Paul Bullock, 1964
Mrs. Ralph Bunche, undated
Charlie Bundo, 1968-1972
box
3Z318 Charlie Bundo snapshots, 1968-c.1970
box
4Zd525 [McGeorge] Bundy, undated
Glen Burch, 1962-1965
Burke, James, February 4, 1964
Burlington, Vermont, 1969-1972
Burr, Clarence E., 1964
Bishop Burrill, July 20, 1964
Business and Society Review, 1972
Business Week, 1968-1969
Business Week, Alex Smith, St. Louis, 1967-1968
Businessmen's Educational Fund, 1971
Jacques de Bourbon Busset, 1966
Jacqueline Butler, 1972
Butler-Bradley Mental Health Center, 1969
Philip B. Byrne, December 21, 1968
C.A.P. [Citizens' Action Program], 1970-1972
CAPES [College Association for Public Events and Services], 1966-1968
CART [Community Action Regional Training], Pittsburgh, 1972
C.B.C. [Canadian Broadcasting Corporation], 1969-1970
CBS News, 1968
CBS-Chicago, 1968
C.C.C.
[empty folder, discarded]
CDGM [The Child Development Group of Mississippi], May 29, 1967
Philip Caesar, 1969
Patricia Cahn, 1969
Robert Cahn, August 17, 1971
California Association for Health and Welfare, 1965
California Migrant Ministry, 1963-1970
California publicity (miscellaneous), 1949-1954
[2 folders]
Publicity, "Help Build This Bridge" [Los Angeles Daily News], March 14, 1952
Publicity, Oakland Tribune, Decoto citizen class, September 20, 1953
California State College [Long Beach], 1970
Caren C. Calish, 1972
Callender, Reverend Eugene, 1964
Caltech [California Institute of Technology], 1965-1970
Calumet Community Congress, 1970
Calvin College, 1970
Cambridge NYC [illegible], May 21, 1968
Camden, New Jersey, 1965-1968
William E. Cameron, Jr., 1963
Campaign GM [General Motors], 1970
Campus Christian Ministry, undated
Canaan Productions, 1966-1968
Canadian Broadcasting Co., 1965-1970
Canadian Urban Training Project, 1966-1971
Canadian Women's Press Club, 1970
Canisus College, 1968
Anthony V. Cannariato, 1963
Walt Cannon (see AT&T), May 1, 1970
Patricia Cano, 1970-1971
Richard A. Cantor, 1972
Al Capp, December 19, 1970
Ralph Caprio, April 17, 1972
Father Edward Cardinal, September 26, 1963
Jack C. Carey, April 22, 1967
Robert Carey, 1964
Carleton College, 1966-1972
Edward J. Carlin, Omaha, 1965
Bishop Carman, Diocese of Oregon, 1967
S[tokely]. Carmichael, 1966-1967
Carnegie-Mellon University, 1968-1969
Carpenter materials, May 23, 1976
Carr, C. J., 1964
Oscar C. Carr, Jr., 1972
Carroll College, 1968
Carroll, Dr. W. H., 1963-1964
Mr. Herbert L. Carter, 1964
Louis J. Carter, 1969
Case Western Reserve, 1970-1971
Reverend Robert W. Castle, Jersey City, New Jersey, 1964-1966
Catholic Action Federations, 1967
Catholic Archdiocese budget letters, etc., 1951-1966
Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco, 1966
Catholic Church Extension Society, August 2, 1968
Catholic Interracial Council, 1962-1965
Catholic Interracial Council, Canton, Ohio, 1968
Catholic Interracial Council of Columbus, 1966
Catholic Reporter, Kansas City, 1965-1967
Catholic University of America, 1967
CAUSE [Coalition for Action, Unity, and Social Equality], 1969-1971
"Dick Cavett Show," 1971
Chicago Special Project No. One (Monsignor McMahon, et al.), 1961-1962
Christian Century, 1959-1967
Mrs. Dorsey Colpetzer, November 8, 1965
Community Service Organization, Los Angeles, financial statements, 1949-c.1956
Community Service Organization, Los Angeles, race relations, 1941-1946
Community Service Organization, expense statements, 1947-1950, undated
box
4Zd526 Community Service Organization of California, Maps, 1954, undated
box
2.325/D19a Maps and newspaper reprints, 1954, undated
box
4Zd526 Community Service Organization, Inc., Third Annual Convention, March 17-18, 1956
[2 folders]
CSO Educational Program letters of contributions, etc., 1960-1961
Resolution by CSO at Phoenix, 1958
[CSO, California] State Senate Resolution no. 204, undated
Richard C. Cornuelle, 1960-1967
box
3Z318 Cornuelle family Christmas card, undated
box
4Zd526 Jose Correa, 1958-1960
Criticisms of urban renewal, 1961-1962
Bob Davidson, 1959-1971
Detroit, 1964-1967
[2 folders]
box
2.325/D19a West Central Organization poster, undated
box
4Zd526 Detroit, 10/29-10/30, 1964-1965
[2 folders]
box
2.325/D19a Corktown Crier, 1964
box
4Zd526 Dimension Films
[empty folder, discarded]
Carl S. Dudley, St. Louis, 1964-1965
Duke University, 1971-1972
Armand Duvernay, organizer, 1967-1970
George Earl, F.I.G.H.T., San Francisco, Oakland, 1967
Eastman Kodak, 1967-1969
Egan, Monsignor John, 1961-1967
Episcopal, 1967-1972
Epstein, Jason, 1962-1971
Epston, David, 1971
Father Martin Farrell, 1959-1966, undated
FIGHT-FIGHTON, 1967-1972
FIGHT, Jones reports, 1967-1968
FIGHT-Kodak clips, 1966-1967
FIGHT: Miscellaneous info and correspondence, 1966-1968
Leon Finney, 1965-1972
Foley, Reverend M. W., 1962-1963
Reverend [Vincent] Foley, 1966-1967
Foreign Affairs, 1970-1971
Frank Brothers Fenn Feinstein, 1969
Frankenstein, Lewis and Feierberg, 1964
Joan Franklin, 1965
Franklin, Louisiana, 1972
Franklin and Marshall [College], 1970
Franciscan Message, 1965-1966
Patrick J. Frawley, 1966-1969
George Frazier, 1971
Free People Foundation, see Int. Development Co-Op
[empty folder, discarded]
The Free Press, December 14, 1967
Gaylord Freeman, 1962-1969
Michael Freitas, 1972
Fresno: C.S.O.; Fresno City College, 1969-1972
Friedland, Rabbi Eric, 1963-1968
Doug Friedman, 1972
Mrs. Susan Friedman, CBS-Los Angeles, 1967-1968
Al Friendly, 1966
Friends of FIGHT, 1967-1968
Murray Fromson, 1968-1969
Fresno Bee, 1969
John Fry, 1966-1971
First Presbyterian, 1964-1966, undated
Fugazy Limo. Svs. [?], 1971
Richard Fulton, Inc, May 27, 1970
Dr. [Edward H.] Futterman, October 9, 1963
Sister Gabriel, 1967
Haines Gaffner, 1969
Renford Gaines, 1965-1966
Galal M. M. Galal, 1970
Gale Research, March 28, 1969
box
4Zd527 Herman Gallegos: Adult Education, 1960
Gallery, Father John, 1964-1971
box
3Z318 "God bless Saul Alinsky" group photo
box
4Zd527 Admiral William Gallery, 1971-1972
Galusha [Hugh D., Jr.], 1970-1971
John Gamble, 1959-1965
box
2.325/D19a Carmel Highlands house blueprint, January 1965
box
4Zd527 Lawrence Gander, 1965
Neilma Ganter, April 17, 1962
Lauro Garcia, Guadalupe [Organization], 1964-1972
[3 folders]
box
2.116/OD1177 Maricopa County, Guadalupe Precinct ballot, November 3, 1965
box
3Z318 "Presbyterian land" photo, April 1966?
box
4Zd527 Peter Garcia, 1959-1961
John A. Gardner, 1962
Lee S. Gardner, 1971-1972
Garman, Sharon, and Voorhees, Delores, 1968
Gart, M. Murray, 1964
Gary diocese, 1971
Tom Gaudette (begin June, 1966), 1962-1970
Joyce Gelb, 1970
Bryant George, 1962-1968
Georgetown University, 1966-1969
Georgia Conference on Social Welfare, 1971-1972
Georgia Institute of Technology, 1968-1969
Sister Gervaise, 1966
Gettysburg College, 1969-1970
Gee Gee [Georgie Anne] Geyer, 1962-1971
box
3Z318 Georgie Anne Geyer snapshot, undated
box
4Zd527 Father Luigi Giambastiani, 1964
Bernard Gifford, 1972
Richard Gillam, 1971
Gilman, R. Douglas, 1964
Carole R. Ginsburg, 1970
Andre Girard, 1966, undated
Donald Girard, 1972
Frances H. Gitelson, undated
Maxwell Gitelson, April 3, 1963
Todd Gitlin, Students for a Democratic Society, 1964
Florence I. Gittens, August 6, 1962
Samuel Gladstone, May 4, 1972
Glendale, California, 1970
Haskell H. Glenn, 1962
Joel Glickman, February 19, 1969
Louis Glickman, September 9, 1968
Glide Memorial Methodist Church, April 22, 1966
Thomas P. Glynn, III, 1967
Laura Godofsky, Chicago Maroon, 1962
Goepel, Carol, 1964
Wendy Goepel, [1965]
Melissa Goldberg, 1971-1972
Steve Goldin, 1963-1964
Goldman Foundation, November 2, 1964
Goldman, Sachs, and Company, 1962-1970
Miss Sheine Goldstein, 1970-1971
Zachary Goodyear, 1970
The Gotham Hotel, 1963-1968
Juan Govea, 1959-1960
Government Printing Office, 1962-1972
Governor's Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped [Wisconsin], 1972
Governor's Commission on the Watts Riots [California], 1965
Governors State University, 1972
Graceland College, 1965
George Williams College, 1971
Reverend William Grace, 1965-1972
[2 folders]
Nan Graf, 1972
Mrs. Judith Graham, 1965-1971
Grand Rapids, 1968
Gray areas, undated
Great Western United Foundation, 1969-1970
Horace Greeley High School, 1969
Father Andrew Greeley, 1963-1964
Lynn Greeley
[empty folder, discarded]
box
4Zd528 David Green, 1972
Bishop Francis Green, Tucson, 1965
Gerson Green, 1965
Gilbert R. Green, Bell/Green Associates
M. [Marion] Greenberg, Israel, 1967-1968
Meg Greenfield, 1966
Magnus I. Gregersen, 1968
Mrs. Amos Gregson, 1963
John Griffin, 1963-1971
Paul Griffith, 1970
Grinnell College, 1965-1969
Grosse Pointe (see also National Humanities Faculty), 1969
Howard J. Grossman, 1968
Joseph E. Grottenthaler, 1963
Honorable Ernest A. Gruening, 1965-1966
Congressman Charles S. Gubster, 1965
Guadalupe Organization, Arizona, 1968-1971
Richard M. Gudeman, February 26, 1970
Charles Guggenheim, 1968-1971
Reverend James Guinon, 1964-1971
Gunthorp-Warren Printing, 1963-1971
Professor Robert Gutman, 1962
Gutmann [, Reverend Reinhart B.], 1966
Ralph Guzman, 1965
Robert Haas, 1971-1972
Peter Haberfeld, 1967
Harold Hacker, 1965
Jeffrey K. Hadden, 1970
Warren C. Haggstrom, Ph.D., 1963-1966
[2 folders]
Maxwell Hahn, 1962
Paul and Jo-Anne Hahn, 1965-1966
[2 folders]
Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1970-1971
Mike Hall, 1972
Hallett, Stan, Church Federation, 1964
Halloran, c. 1970
Mrs. S. A. Halperin, 1969
Roy F. Halvorsen, November 24, 1965
Hamilton College, March 23, 1966
Hamilton Spectator, 1966
Reverend Kenneth Hammonds, 1964
Professor Stewart Hampshire, April 20, 1962
Hampshire House, 1967
Dorothy Hancock, 1963
Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1967
Patrick H. Hare, January 19, 1965
box
2.116/OD1177 "A Library of Tools, Parts, and Materials"
box
4Zd528 Harlem, 1964-1966
Harper & Row, 1966-1971
Harper, Georgia B., 1962-1971
Harper's, 1970
Harper's Magazine, 1965-1970
[2 folders]
box
2.325/D19a Harper's page proofs, 1969
box
4Zd528 Dan Harrington, 1962-1963
Monsignor Harrington, May 18, 1962
Reverend Carl B. Harris, 1965
Fred R. Harris, 1968
George Harris, 1962-1970
Harris, George S., 1962-1971
Lewis P. Harris, December 30, 1965
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1968-1969
Hank Harrison, 1972
Angelica Harter, 1966
Hartford, Connecticut, 1968
Sylvia Hartman, 1969
Wayne Hartmire, 1967-1970
Richard Hartzell, 1964
Harvard Crimson, 1971-1972
Harvard Department of City and Regional Planning, 1969
Harvard Institute of Politics, May 24, 1972
Harvard Law Review, 1967
Harvard Law School Forum, 1968
Harvard: Program on Technology and Society, 1968
Harvard: School of Design, 1966-1969
Harvard: School of Education, 1967-1968
box
2.325/D19a Harvard University campus map, undated
box
4Zd528 Harvard University School of Medicine, 1966-1971
Harvard U., see Fred Matthews, August 10, 1971
Harvard Voluntary Defenders, 1967-1968
Emil Hatoon, 1964
"Here Is Your Community Service Organization," undated
Hermes, Brother (St. Mary's College, Winona, Minnesota), 1962-1963
box
4Zd529 David R. Hunter, 1962
IFCO [Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization], 1967-1971
[3 folders]
IFCO: application withdrawal, 1968
Idaho Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association, 1971
Reverend "Ike" Igarashi, 1967
Ivan D. Illich, 1962-1964
Illinois Adult Education Association, 1971
Illinois Crime Investigating Commission, 1970
Illinois Department of Labor, Bureau of Economic Security, 1969
State of Illinois Department of Mental Health, June 12, 1970
Illinois Education Association, June 8, 1971
Illinois Freedom to Read Committee, 1966
Illinois, State of, February 6, 1970
Illinois, State of, Superintendent of Public Instruction, September 15, 1971
Illinois State [University], Normal, undated
I.T.T [Illinois Institute of Technology], 1966
Indian Association of Alberta, 1970
Indiana Civil Liberties Union, 1967
Indiana University, 1972
Indiana University Press, 1971
Indianapolis, 1965-1966
Indianapolis Social Action Council (see Gloria A. Shirley), 1963-1964
India, 1966-1967
box
2.325/D19a Inferno (San Antonio, Texas), January 11, 1969
box
4Zd529 I.A.F. National Training Institute (preliminary info), 1968
Fern Ingersoll, June 11, 1966
Inquiries, 1965-1966
Institute proposals, c. 1968
Institute applications, undated
Institute: inquiries, 1968-1972
[2 folders]
Institute: trainee reports, 1969-1970
Institute applications, 1969-1970
[3 folders]
Institute for Policy Studies, 1964-1966
Institute of Adult Jewish Studies, November 18, 1971
Institute of International Education, December 1964
Institute of Life Insurance, 1970
I.B.M., 1969-1971
International Development Co-Op, Inc., 1971
International Hotel, Los Angeles, January 25, 1967
International Journal of Psychiatry, June 6, 1967
International Platform Association, undated
Interreligious Conference, Boston, 1967
Interreligious Council on Urban Affairs, September 26, 1966
Iowa State University, Ames, 1970
Iowa Welfare Association, 1966-1967
Iowa Wesleyan, 1968
Bruce K. Irvine, 1966
Italy, 1972
Ithaca College, 1971
Jesse Jackson, 1971
Jane Jacobs, 1961-1965
Mrs. Helen Jacobson, March 28, 1962
Mr. Oscar Jager, 1964
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4Zd530 Mr. Sidney L. James, 1964-1968
Jamestown College, 1968
Janeway, Eliot, 1962
Janiak, Reverend Anthony, 1962-1967
Piet. C. Janse, 1969-1971
John F. Jaqua, undated
Richard Jarrett, 1964
Senator Javits [sic Benjamin A. Javits], 1969
Shirley J. Jeffers, 1970
Jersey City, 1968-1969, undated
Peter J. Jessen, 1971
Jesuit Agency for Organizers, c. 1972
The Jewish Advocate, 1965
Jewish Big Sisters, 1964
Jewish Center Lecture Bureau, 1966
Jewish Currents, 1965-1966
Jewish Welfare Board, undated
Jobs, June 1, 1974
John Carroll University, 1969-1970
Johns Hopkins University, 1965-1971
Johnson Foundation, Racine, Wisconsin, 1964-1970
[4 folders]
box
2.325/D19a Students & Poverty, 1965
box
4Zd530 Colonel A. A. Jordan, Jr. (Aspen Institute), September 20, 1962
Barbara Johnson, 1969
Johnson, Jim, Kansas City Star, 1964
Kathryn K. Johnson, 1970
Linda Johnson, 1964
Lorraine Johnson, 1963-1968
Johnson, Paul E., February 12, 1964
Mrs. Thelma Johnson, 1964
Walter Johnson, 1968
Joliet, 1969-1970
Gil Jonas, 1970-1971
Hank Jones, May 16, 1967
Father James B. Jones, 1964-1965
Jenkin Lloyd Jones, Tulsa Tribune (Aspen Institute), 1962-1964
Laflin C. Jones (Aspen Institute), 1962-1964
Jones, Robert V., December 6, 1963
Reverend William S. Jones, 1967
Peter Joseph, 1971-1972
Jane Josse, 1965
Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 1971
Journal of Social Issues, 1969-1971
Journal of Social Philosophy, 1971
KBHK-TV, San Francisco, 1969
KCBS, San Francisco, 1966
KNXT, Los Angeles, 1968
KPFA, Berkeley, California, 1965
KPIX, San Francisco, 1967-1969
KQED, San Francisco, 1966-1971
KTTV Channel 11, Los Angeles, 1966-1968
Jonathan Kahn, 1971
Kalamazoo, Michigan (see M. Langley, also), 1965
box
2.325/D19a "Census Tracts in Kalamazoo Urban Area" (map), undated
box
4Zd530 Kansas City project, 1966-1972
box
2.325/D19a Kansas City Star clipping, September 3, 1966
box
4Zd530 Kansas State College, Pittsburg, 1967-1968
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, 1966
Bernard Kaplan, May 22, 1970
Berton H. Kaplan, 1964-1965
Mrs. Fred Kapp, 1970
Louise Kapp, October 20, 1965
box
2.325/D19a Galley pages, 1965
box
4Zd530 Yousuf Karsh, 1970-1972
Don Keating, 1970-1971
Frank L. Keegan, 1971
[Robert] Keeley, 1967
Kelley, John E., Kansas City, 1964
Sister Rose Maureen Kelly, 1966
Rosemary Kelly, 1971
Walter R. Kelly, July 22, 1968
John Kemeny, see also National Film Board of Canada, 1971
Kendall College, September 28, 1964
Bruce Kennedy, 1966-1969
Daphne Kennedy, 1970-1971
James A. Kennedy, 1962-1965
Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 1972
Kennedy, Robert, memorial, 1961-1971
Kentucky, 1969
Kenyon College, 1969-1971
Miss Maxine Kerikas, 1963-1966
Charles Kettering Foundation, 1969-1970
John Kifner, undated
King County Democratic Central Committee, 1971
Father Chrysostom Kim, 1968
Martin Luther King, Daily News 12/16/59, 1959-1968
William R. Kinter (Aspen Institute), 1962
Daisuke Kitagawa, 1964-1965
Hilary Kitz, October 26, 1970
Kleiman, Harvey, 1964
Alexander Klein, 1966-1970
Michael and Bonnie Klein, December 23, 1970
Alan E. Kligerman, 1966
Dr. John Knowles, 1969-1972
Knox College, 1968
Carl H. Knuemann, September 12, 1969
Mrs. Charles Kober, 1966
Bill Koch, 1966
"Kook" letters, 1968
Korea, 1971-1972
box
3Z318 Allan LaRowe photos, undated
box
4Zd530 Henry J. Kormanski, March 7, 1969
George Kovacs, 1963, undated
Ferd Kramer, 1970
Beatrice F. Kraus, August 28, 1968
William Kruse, 1967
Ku Klux Klan [sic?], March 22, 1968
Right Reverend Daniel Kucera, 1964
Kuhn, Mrs. Margaret, 1963
Irv Kupcinet, 1965-1971
box
3Z318 "Kups's Show" still, January 26, 1968
box
4Zd530 Emeric Kurtagh, 1963
Dr. Howard Kurtz, 1966
Kwasny, William C., 1962-1964
Paul S. Kyger, 1962-1965
George Kyros, undated
L.M.L.S.P. Foundation, 1969-1972
Laboratory for Applied Behavioral Science, 1965
Labor Press Association, 1967-1968
John LaFarge Institute, 1968
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4Zd531 Lake County, Indiana Inner City Task Force, 1969
Lake Forest Academy, undated
Lake Forest College, February 26, 1966
Lakeshore Teachers Association, 1972
Lake Tower Inn, 1969
Lakeview Community Council, 1964
Lakewood High School, Lakewood, Ohio, 1972
Lancaster, Pennsylvania (see UNISON, Reverend William Hower), 1971, undated
Squire Lance, 1963-1966
[2 folders]
Irving Landa, 1969
Lawrence Landry, 1964
George Lane, August 9, 1972
Marijane Langley, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1971
Francis Langlois, August 25, 1971
Morton Lapides, 1972
La Potiniere Restaurant, December 11, 1964
La Raza, 1971
Robert Lasch, 1971, undated
Trude Lash, 1972
Alma Lasher, 1969-1970
Kathryn Lass, 1965
Latin School of Chicago, 1972
Latitudes, 1967
Mrs. Robert Lauter, 1964
Lawrence, Mr. Edward, 1964
Sue Lawrence, Boston, September 15, 1966
Law school professors' convention, Chicago, December 1964, undated
Lawson, Mrs. Gerald, 1964
Simon Lazarus, June 9, 1970
League for Industrial Democracy, 1967
League of Women Voters, 1969-1972
League of Women Voters, Rochester, 1965
John O. Leahigh. Jr., 1965
Leber, 1963-1970
Leber, Reverend Charles, 1959-1971
[2 folders]
S.D.A. Saturday Evening Post material by Chuck Leber, 1961, undated
Lectures, c. 1969
Frederick P. Lee, 1962-1964
Lefax, 1963-1971
Leon Lefson, Aid to Needy and Disabled [Bureau of, California], 1962
Lembecke, Reverend J. H., Jr., 1964-1967
[2 folders]
Marilyn Lentz, May 21, 1970
Levee, Mrs. Anne, 1964
Don Leveridge (see Lab for Applied Behavor. Science)
[empty folder, discarded]
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Levin, December 8, 1964
Adele R. Levy Fund, undated
Beverly N. Levy, 1969
Miss Diane Levy, 1967
Julian Levy, July 1, 1964
Mrs. Leonard Levy, 1964
Rabbi Albert M. Lewis, Los Angeles, 1965
Lewis and Clark [College], 1970
Dean H. Lewis, Presbyterian, Philadelphia, 1964
Jennifer Lewis, 1969-1972
David W. Lewit, 1972
Lexington, Kentucky, February 8, 1972
Liberation Magazine, January 4, 1967
Liberman, Cy, 1968
Don Lichtenstein, London Economist, 1967
Life Magazine, 1968?-1969
David E. Lilienthal, 1964-1965
Professor P. T. K. Lin, 1971
Lincoln Park Zoological [Society], 1970
Rhoda Linton, 1965-1968
Bill Little, 1971
Little, Brown and Company, 1965-1971
Dr. Franklin Littell, 1964-1972
Littleton [Colorado] Council for Human Relations, 1968
The Liturgical Conference, 1968-1969
box
2.325/D19a Liturgy, July 1969
box
4Zd531 A. A. Liveright, 1969
Charles Livermore, 1962-1964
Liverpool, England, 1968
John Livingston, undated
Glen A. Lloyd, 1962
Dave Loerzel, 1971
Loew's Hotels, 1971
London Observer, undated
Dave Long, December 28, 1971
Presbytery of Long Island, 1964-1965
Long Island University, 1969-1970
Look, 1968
Look Magazine, 1967-1968
Loomis School, 1967-1968
box
2.325/D19a Loomis Log, May 3, 1968
box
4Zd531 Loop Camera Mart, Inc., September 19, 1968
Lorain, Ohio, 1968
Sterling Lord, 1971-1972
Lordly and Dame, 1967-1972
box
4Zd532 Los Angeles, 1966, undated
[2 folders]
Los Angeles Times, etc., 1966-1971
Jim Lotz, 1976-1968
Louisiana Union, Franklin, 1972
Louisiana State [University], 1970-1971
Louisville, undated
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1972
Hotel Lowry, February 21, 1968
Lowry, Mr. Ralph L., 1964
David Loye, 1972
Loyola, 1969-1972
Loyola University Hospital, c. 1969
Mr. Henry Luce, 1963-1968
Lukas, Edwin J. (American Jewish Committee), 1962-1968
Ellen Lurie, March 8, 1965
Luther College, 1965-1967
Reverend Dale Luther, 1966
The Lutheran, 1966
Lutherans, 1965-1971
Lyman, Ross, March 30, 1964
Staughton Lynd, 1968-1971
Robert N. Lynn, 1970-1971
MM Company, 1963-1972
McAdoo, Robert B. (Harper & Row), January 14, 1964
McCall, Ottawa, 1971
James McCarthy, 1964-1965
Justin McCarthy, February 9, 1966
Dale McCoy Scholarship, May 1, 1972
John A. McDermott, 1962-1967
Reverend Robert McEwen [sic], 1967
McFettridge [sic], 1962
McGee, Reverend Robert J., 1961
Dean [Paul] McGhee, 1956-1971
Sherry McGowan, February 9, 1970
McGratty, Reverend Arthur R., S.J., 1964
McGraw-Hill, 1972
Frank McHale, 1971
McKibben, Mr. and Mrs. William, 1965-1966
Monsignor John McMahon, October 30, 1964
McManus, Monsignor William E., 1964
McMaster University, 1971-1972
MacMillan Company, 1966
MacMurray College, 1969-1970
McNair, Barbara, 1968
Father McNamara, 1965-1967
Carey McWilliams, 1963-1971
Mabley, Jack, October 12, 1962
Macalester College, 1966-1971
H. Macy, December 18, 1968
Valentine E. Macy, 1953, 1964-1970
Vic Maerki, 1971
Magna-Reis, 1949?
box
2.325/D19a Newspaper reprints, 1949?
box
4Zd532 Robert A. Magowan, 1968-1970
Jon Malaney, 1972
Father Mallette, 1965
Manchester College, 1972, undated
[2 folders]
Mancier, 1969
Manger Hotels, 1967-1970
Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart, 1965
Frank Mankiewicz, 1968
James Mann, 1964
Mansfield State College, 1972
Babette Manuel, 1969
Manufacturer's Life Insurance Company, 1968-1971
Manuscripts, 1965, undated
Marboro, 1963-1964
Marciniah, see NAIRO
[empty folder, discarded]
Dr. David Marcus, 1971
Marcus, Mrs. Lila, 1964
Maremont Foundation, 1963-1964
Mariallac House, undated
Most Reverend S. David Marianayagam, 1962-1963
Marina City, 1969?
Jacques Maritain, 1962-1971
Mark Hopkins Hotel, 1962-1967
Mark Cross Company, Ltd., 1965
Mark Thomas Inn, 1962-1972
Mark Twain Journal, 1970
Marquette University, 1966-1971
Marquis, 1968-1971
Walter F. Martin, III, 1972
Richard J. Martinez, 1972
Rabbi Robert J. Marx, 1964-1965, undated
Sister Mary Anthony, July 15, 1965
Sister Mary Leonard, June 18, 1968
Sister Mary William, Marillac House, 1963-1971
Mary Washington College, 1972
Marygrove College, 1966
Maryknoll College, 1968
Maryknoll Publications, 1966-1967
Marymount College, 1966-1969
Dolly Mashrick, January 5, 1970
Bob Maslyn, 1972
Massachusetts Council of Churches, 1965-1966
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1966
Massachusetts State Planning Commission, undated
Massachusetts Teachers Association (see G. Hottleman), 1970-1971
Jane Mathieu, April 23, 1970
Raymer B. Matson, December 22, 1964
Fred Matthews (Harvard), 1965
May, Ernest V., 1965
Steve May, 1968
Albert Mayer, 1965
Martin Mayer, 1964
Milton Mayer, August 25, 1964
Calvin Mayne, 1965
Randy Mazie, 1972
Meadville Seminary, November 2, 1965
[Jean-François] Medard, 1967-1969
[2 folders]
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4Zd533 Meegan, Joseph B., 1962-1965
Professor Anatoly Melnikov, 1966
Mel Mendelssohn, 1970
Menninger Foundation, 1970
Barry Menuez, 1964-1968
Barry Menuez, Executive Council, Episcopal Church, 1968
Meramec Community College, 1970
Merced College, 1971
Mercer University, 1970-1971
Mercy College, 1971
Charles Merrill, 1964-1972
Charles E. Merrill Trust, 1968-1969
Mitchell Messer, 1969
Edmund Mersterharm, August 14, 1962
Methodists from Nebraska, 1964
Methodists, Kansas City, 1966-1967
Methodists, National Board of Missions Division, 1966-1969
Methodists, San Francisco, 1966-1967
Metro-Act, , undated 1968-1969
[folder 1]
Metro-Act, 1969-1970
[folder 2]
Metropolitan Applied Research, 1969
His Eminence Meyer, 1960-1965
[2 folders]
Dr. Martin Meyerson, 1971
Economic Opportunity Organization, Miami, Florida, 1965
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1966-1968
John Michel, 1951-1963, undated
[folder 1]
John Michel, 1970
[folder 2]
Michigan Education Association, 1971
Michigan State University, 1968-1969
Midas-International Corporation, Sherman, Gordon, 1968-1969
[2 folders]
Middlebury College, 1968-1969
Mid-Western Stencil Company, Inc., August 7, 1968
Ab Mikva, 1969
Bishop Richard Millard, 1966-1968
Alvin Miller, May 21, 1970
Rabbi Judea Miller, 1968
Miller, Merle H., September 4, 1968
Mike Miller, 1964-1972
[3 folders]
S. M. Miller, Syracuse University, 1963-1968
[2 folders]
Milliken University, Decatur, Illinois, 1964
Mills College, 1967
Nancy Mills, 1970
Walter Millsap, 1964
Minneapolis Star, 1966-1971
Greater Metropolitan Federation, Minneapolis, 1971-1972
Minnesota Department of Corrections, 1969
Minnesota Welfare Association, 1965-1966
Salvador Minuchin, M.D., 1968
Florence Mischel, 1967-1971
Mission Coalition, San Francisco, 1970-1971
Mississippi Center for Black Elected Officials, 1969
Child Development Group of Mississippi, 1966
[2 folders]
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4Zd558 Missouri Library Association, 1971
M. Hayes Mizell, 1965
Model Cities, undated
Modern Medicine, 1971
Mohawk Motor Inn, 1965
Jacques Monod, 1971
Montana State University, 1971-1972
Monterey Herald, 1970
Montgomery Consultants, March 1, 1972
Montgomery County Alliance, 1969
Andry Montgomery, Ltd., 1971
Archbishop Giovanni Battista Cardinal Montini, 1958-1961
Montreal, 1966, undated
Charles F. Moore, Jr., 1962-1963
Gerald Moore, 1969
Moore, Richard E., 1962-1967
Moorhead State College, August 8, 1968
Stewart Moot, 1967
Moraine Valley Community College, 1972
Morgan Guaranty Trust, 1964-1965
Joseph Morgan, S.J., 1968
Morgan State College, Baltimore, 1966
Russell Moro, 1972
John K. Morris, 1968-1969
Mrs. Laura B. Morris, 1965
John J. Morrissey, July 16, 1970
Moss, Mr. Raymond, 1964
Mt. Angel College, 1968-1969
Mt. Diablo Unitarian, 1967
[College of] Mt. St. Joseph, 1969-1970
Mt. Holyoke College, 1966-1967
Charles E. Mowry, 1966
Dan Moynihan, 1967-1970
Muehlebach Hotel, 1966-1968
Muhlenberg College, 1966
Floyd Mulkey, January 25, 1971
Mulligan, Reverend R. W., Loyola University, 1964
Multi-Culture Institute, March 30, 1970
Multiple Sclerosis, 1951-1959, undated
Gilbert J. Murillo, 1967-1968
Murphy, Patricia, 1963
Brenda Murray, 1970-1971
Robert Murray, Aspen Institute, 1962-1964
Tom Murray, June 18, 1963
Muse, Randolph, February 28, 1969
Muskingum College, 1969
Mutual of Omaha, 1972
Bishop Kilmer Myers, 1966-1968
NAIRO [National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials], speech 1962, 1962-c.1965
NBC News, 1971,undated
N.C.O. [Northwest Community Organization], see cross references, 1962-1967
Nashville, Tennessee, 1967
The Nation, [Mike Royko,] Boss review, 1971
National Education Association, 1969-1973
[2 folders]
National Film Board, Canada, 1967-1972
Barney A. Nelles, 1964
Mrs. Reinhold Niebuhr [Ursula M.], 1961-1972
O.S.C. [Organization for the Southwest Community], 1959-1968
Monsignor O'Grady [illegible]
[empty folder]
Oakland, California, 1966-1968
Richard L. Ottinger, 1970-1971
Queens College (check Edwin Dean)
[empty folder, discarded]
Honorable Alfred H. Quie, June 2, 1965
Quincy College, 1947, 1971
Frank Quinn, 1971
Very Reverend Monsignor W. J. Quinn, July 2, 1962
Quirke and Company, 1972
Quota, 1959-1966
Rabinowitz Foundation, 1964?
Raferty, Jack, August 29, 1968
R.E.A. [Express], 1970-1971
Ramage, Reverend Dave, 1963-1972
[2 folders]
Rampart College, 1970
Thomas W. Ramsay, 1964
Random House, 1962-1972
[2 folders]
Random House, 1971
Jeannette Rankin, 1970
Rapid City, South Dakota, 1972
Mr. John Raser, 1966
Otis Rauls, 1964
Readers' Subscription, 1969-1972
Reading list, undated
Rebuilding Our Cities, 1969
Charles B. Reed, 1971-1972
Reed College, May 29, 1970
Lachlan Reed, November 5, 1970
Mrs. Lavone K. Reed, 1964
Stuart R. Reed, 1970
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4Zd559 George Reedy, 1972
Reverend Donald Register, 1965
Tom Redhorn, Omaha, 1963-1969
Mr. John Reilly, 1965
Religion in Life, 1967
Rent strikes, January 13, 1964
[Illegible] repo, Davis
[empty folder]
The Reporter, 1962-1968
Reveille for Radicals, 1946, 1969-1970, undated
Senator Abraham Ribicoff, 1966
Rice University [Urban Futures USA Conference, March 26-19, 1969], 1968-1969
[2 folders]
Richards, Richard, 1972
Richey, Eleanor (Soderberg), 1962-1966
Maxine Rickard, 1971-1972
Rieser, Leonard, Jr., February 3, 1966
William Rieser, 1971
Frank Riessman, 1965-1969
Ned Riley, June 14, 1971
Riley Printing Company, 1962-1963
Ripon College, 1971-1972
Ririe Insurance, 1968-1971
Anthony Ripley, 1963
Francisco Rivero, 1967
Ritz-Carleton Boston, May 20, 1970
Malcolm D. Rivkin, 1965
Melvin J. Roberts (Aspen Institute), 1962-1966
Tom Robinson, undated
Representative William Robinson, 1965
Rochester, New York, 1964-1968
[4 folders]
Rockefeller [illegible], 1968
Rockford, Illinois, May 27, 1970
Rockford Public Schools, 1969
Rockland County Conference on Religion and Race, 1967
Nicole and Fred Rodin, 1972
Hillary Rodham, 1969-1971
Rolling Stone, 1971
George Romney, 1961-1970
Kris Ronnow, 1964-1971
Father Elias Rooney, 1966
Jack Rooney, 1967-1972
Roosevelt [University], 1969
Mrs. James Rorty, May 8, 1967
Stephen C. Rose, 1964-1966
A. Abbot Rosen, 1962
Dr. Esther Rosen, 1971
Mrs. Fran Rosen, 1971
Rosen, Joseph, February 6, 1963
Albert Rosenberg, 1962
Lawrence Rosenthal, 1967
Don Ross, 1967
Sister M. Arlene Ross, March 1, 1967
Ross, Fred W., 1959-1970
[2 folders]
Mr. Sherwood Ross, 1963
Rossi, Dr. Peter, 1963
Jerry Rothman, 1963
Meryl Rouss, 1961-1965
Joan Rowan, February 11, 1971
[Mike] Royko, Boss [Alinsky review in The Nation], 1971
B. Rubenstein, 1966
Mr. Morris Rubin, 1963-1971
Bob Rubin, CBS, 1964
Lillian Rubin, August 30, 1968
Mike Ruby, 1966
William Ruder, 1969-1971
Mr. Gerd Ruge, May 1964
Francisco Ruiz, President Los Angeles C.S.O., April 1962
William Rusher, 1971
Rutgers [University], 1965
Rutledge Books, June 23, 1966
Ryan, Mr. Jim, July 29, 1963
Reverend Paul Rynne, 1966
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4Zd560 S.C.L.C. [Southern Christian Leadership Conference], 1968
S.N.C.C. [Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee], 1967
S.N.C.C., San Francisco, 1965
S.O.R.J. [Seminarians Organized for Racial Justice], 1970
Bruce Sagan, 1964-1965
Patricia A. Sagon, 1972
St. Angelo, Mrs. George, July 23, 1963
Saint Anne School, 1969
St. Francis College, Biddeford, Maine, 1965-1966
St. Ignatius College Prep, 1971
St. Joseph College, Emmitsburg, Maryland, 1967
St. Lawrence University, 1970-1971
St. Louis, 1965-1968
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1971
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (see Robert Lasch, Arthur Osgoode), 1970-1971
St. Louis University, 1966-1967
St. Luke's Seminary, 1966
St. Mary of the Lake Seminary, Mundelein, Illinois, 1968-1969
St. Mary's Dominican College, New Orleans, 1968
St. Mary's University, San Antonio, Texas, 1966-1968
St. Moritz Hotel, 1963-1970
St. Norbert College, 1967-1968
St. Olaf College, 1968-1972
St. Patrick's Academy, Menlo Park, California, 1965
St. Paul's College, Washington, D.C., 1964-1965
St. Peter's [College], 1968-1969
St. Philip Benizi Church, 1964
St. Vincent's College, 1966-1967
St. Xavier, 1966
Salandini, Victor (Father), 1968
Hanford Salmon, Syracuse, 1964
Henry Saltzman, 1962-1964
Ernest Salvas, 1964
Salvation Army, 1970
Jerome Sampson, 1965-1967
Sanborn Map Company, 1967-1968
Barkey [sic] Sanders, 1969
San Diego State College, 1969-1970
San Fernando Valley State College, 1969
San Mateo College (Capes [?]), 1967
San Francisco, 1966
San Francisco, 1963-1970
[3 folders]
San Francisco Chronicle, September 30, 1965
S. F. Chronicle, 1965
San Francisco Community Action Training, 1967
San Francisco College for Women, 1968
San Francisco State College, 1967-1968
San Jose College, 1966-1968
Sandra Motors, Inc., 1963, undated
Terry Sanford, 1966
Sangamon State, 1972
Peter Sanko, 1972
Saturday Evening Post 1/25/64, 1964-1966
Saturday Review, 1969
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, 1968
Bishop William Scarlett, 1967
Schenk, Roy U., 1964
Sheldon Schiff, 1971
Schindler-Rainman, Dr. Eva, 1964
Stan Scholl, 1967
School Sisters of St. Francis, 1969
Schools, Willis, CCCO, October-November 1963
Schoonover, Reverend Melvin E., 1963-1969
Dr. Alfred Schuhmann, 1964
Alex Schullman, 1963-1968
Bill Schulman, 1972
Schulman, Jay, 1964-1967
Gary W. Schumacher, 1972
Schwartz Picture Framing, undated
Paul Schulze, June 2, 1966
Erline Schuster, 1968-1969
Emil Schwarzhaupt Foundation, Inc.,
Emil Schwarzhaupt Foundation Woodlawn grant, 1960, undated
Sylvan S. Schweber (Aspen Institute), 1962-1963
Miss Mary E. Schweigert, 1969
Scientific American, 1958-1968
Scott, Foresman Publishers, April 18, 1963
Marsha Scott, August 4, 1970
Dr. Marshal Scott, 1964-1965
Screen Gems of Canada, Ltd., March 13, 1970
Seabury Press, June 12, 1968
Seaton Hall, 1970-1971
Seattle, 1966-1970
Seidlitz and Company, 1968-1970
Earl Selby, 1971-1972
William D. Severson, 1972
Brendan Sexton, December 8, 1966
Miss Patricia Cayo Sexton, 1963-1966
Dr. Jyotsna H. Shah, undated
Kay Shannon, July-August 1964
Dr. Harlow Shapley (Aspen Institute), 1962-1963
Thomas Sharkey, May 1969
Mrs. Mahlon S. Sharp, September 1964
Shatten, Sam (Sandra Motors president), January 14, 1963
G. Howland Shaw, November 2, 1962
Muffet Shayon, 1971-1972
Shayon, Robert L., 1963-1972
Sheil, Archbishop Bernard, 1939, c. 1954, 1968
Sheil School, January 23, 1950
Shell Oil Company, 1965
Sheraton-Boston, 1965-1966
Sheraton-Cadillac, 1965-1967
Sheraton-Columbus, 1972, undated
Sheraton Hotels, 1966-1971
Sheraton King Edward Toronto, 1966-1972
Sheraton Motor Inn Syracuse, October-November 1964
Sheraton-Mt. Royal Montreal, January 28, 1966
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4Zd561 Speakers, 1968-1969
Spaeth, Jared Joseph, 1968
Norman Spector, 1969
A. C. Spectorsky, 1967-1969
Irving Spergel, September 1964
Spokane Human Relations Council, 1965
Wanda Spriggs, September 5, 1968
Staff memo, 1964-1967, undated
Standard Manifold, 1969
Stanford University, 1965-1969
State University College, Geneseo, New York, 1965
State University College of New York, Oswego, New York, 1964-1967
State University of New York at Albany, 1965
State University of New York at Binghamton, 1967-1968
State University of New York at Buffalo, April 25, 1969
State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1967
Statler Hilton Hotels, 1963-1967
Stephens College, February 15, 1965
Ingeborg Stephens, 1971
Robert L. Stern, 1966
Stern Family Fund, 1964-1971
Adlai Stevenson, 1951, 1969
Adlai Stevenson Institute, August 6, 1970
Arthur M. Stevenson, Jr., 1962-1965
Reverend Lynward Stevenson, 1965
Stewart, J. B., 1964
William Stewart, November 5, 1963
Reverend Doug Still, 1961-1970
Mayor Carl B. Stokes, 1970
I. F. Stone, 1971
Karolyn Strassner, February 5, 1969
Straus Broadcasting, April 20, 1967
R. Peter Strauss, September 12, 1966
Anne Strozier, 1967-1968
Mrs. Kenneth Stuart, 1969
Study on cable TV, Toronto, 1972
Ben Sugarman, 1972
Reverend Patrick J. Sullivan, 1966
Grace Suzuki, 1966
Mitchell Sviridoff, 1962-1963
Swarthmore College, 1967
Sydney University, Sydney, Australia, 1970
Synagogue Council of America, 1970-1971
Synod of the Sierra, 1969
Syracuse University, 1964-1971
Tacoma, 1970
Reverend Stanton Tate, 1965
Hobart Taylor, 1964
Mary Jo Taylor, 1969
Walter Taylor, September 30, 1967
T.W.O. [The Woodlawn Organization], 1961-1963, undated
T.W.O., 1961-1970
[4 folders]
T.W.O.: 1965, 1965-1968
T.W.O. investigation, 1968
John Telfer, September 12, 1966
J. E. Temple, 1969-1970
Temple Beth El, 1968-1971
Temple Beth Zion, 1966-1967
Temple Jeremiah, 1968-1969
Temple Menorah, 1970
Temple University, 1969-1972
Walter Tengelsen, 1970
Nick Ternette, September 25, 1971
Bruce Thomas, January 27, 1966
Thomas, Mrs. Daniel, 1964
Norm Thompson, 1969
Eric Thomson, 1971
Thomson, Rogers, 1970
Thorne, William A., 1968
Thunderbird Bookstore, 1970
John B. Tillson, 1967
Mrs. John Tilson, 1966-1970
Timberline High School, Olympia, Washington, 1972
Time, 1968-1971
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4Zd562 Carl Tjeransen, 1955-1968
[2 folders]
Today's Parish, 1971
Todd, Mr. George, 1963-1972
Toronto Star, 1970
Tougaloo College, 1966-1968
Trans-Action, 1965
Trans-Century Corporation, 1970-1971
Trans World Airlines, 1963-1970
Everett E. Tretbar, March 4, 1971
Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, 1966-1971
Trinity College, Washington, D.C., 1971
Trisko, Mrs. John B., 1964
Triton College, 1972
Tri-University Conference, 1965
Truitt, Mr. J. O., 1964
Prime Minister Trudeau, 1969-1970
Tufts University, 1970
Tulane [University], 1972
Hone Tuwhare, 1970
Twenty-Third Publications, November 8, 1971
Unitarian Church, Evanston
[empty folder, discarded]
Unitarian Church, Lincoln, Nebraska
[empty folder, discarded]
Unitarian Church of the Monterey Peninsula
[empty folder, discarded]
Unitarian Meeting House, Hartford, Connecticut
[empty folder, discarded]
Unitarian Universalists
[empty folder, discarded]
United Air Lines
[empty folder, discarded]
United Church
[empty folder, discarded]
United Church Observer
[empty folder, discarded]
United Church of Canada
[empty folder, discarded]
United Church of Christ, San Francisco
[empty folder, discarded]
United Community Services, Lorain, Ohio
[empty folder, discarded]
United Farm Workers
[empty folder, discarded]
United Nations Association in Canada
[empty folder, discarded]
Urban Training Center [for Christian Mission], 1963-1968
Brian Urqhart
[empty folder, discarded]
Urban Renewal
[empty folder, discarded]
Urban League of Westchester County
[empty folder, discarded]
Urban Education Conference, New York City
[empty folder, discarded]
U. S. Catholic
[empty folder, discarded]
U. S. Chamber of Commerce
[empty folder, discarded]
U. S. Commission on Civil Rights, Office of Information
[empty folder, discarded]
U. S. National Student Association
[empty folder, discarded]
U. S. Department of Labor, OMPER Division, 1968
U. S. I. A. [United States Information Agency], November 12, 1965
Village Voice [Nat] Hentoff, 1971
Walker, Lucius, 1964-1969
Caspar Weinberger, 1968, undated
Professor James Q. Wilson, Harvard University, 1962-1964
The Nation book review on James Q. Wilson's "Negro Politics" [review by Saul Alinsky], 1960-1961
Reverend George H. Woodard, Episcopals, 1964-1969
Woodlawn, 1960-1968
Luis Zarate, C.S.O. [Community Service Organization, Inc.], 1962
Institute Readings Packet [?], undated
IAF Board of Trustees [filed separately]:
Board of Trustees, 1957-1962
Nomination poll letters, Board members, 1961-1962
Stringfellow Barr, 1954-1962
Leona Baumgartner, M.D., 1962-1970
Leona Baumgartner, Comm. of Health, New York (personal), 1954-1962
Gordon R. Clapp, 1955-1962
Marshall Field, 1956-1962
Ralph Helstein, 1954-1972
[2 folders]
Adolph Hirsch, 1955-1972
I.A.F. Board [Kenneth Neigh], 1969-1972
Cecil North, 1955-1962
Cecil J. North, I.A.F. Board, 1962-1965
Seniel Ostrow (Saul: personal), 1962-1971
Leonard M. Rieser, 1955-1961
G. Howland Shaw, 1954-1961
Dr. George Shuster, 1957-1962
Hermon D. Smith, 1955-1961
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4Zd563 Foundations [filed separately]:
Avalon Foundation, 1951-1952
The Deutsch Foundation, 1954
Doris Duke Foundation, 1951-1953
Field Foundation, 1946-1960
Field Foundation application, 1960
[2 folders]
Re: Letters to [Maxwell] Hahn re. Field application, 1960
Fontenay Corporation (James P. Warburg), 1951
Ford Foundation, 1951-1961
[2 folders]
Fund for the Republic, Ford Foundation, 1953-1963
Fund for the Republic clippings [and correspondence], 1955-1962
Hofheimer Foundation, 1951-1952
New York Foundation, 1953-1961
[2 folders]
New York Foundation work sheets, undated
Old Dominion Fund, 1951-1953
Schwarzhaupt Foundation, 1951-1962
[4 folders]
Application and report to the Emil Schwarzhaupt Foundation from the Industrial Areas Foundation, 1954-1955
Frederic P. Lee, 1955-1961
The Whitney Foundation, 1951-1953
The William C. Whitney Foundation, 1956-1957
Industrial Areas Foundation Financial Records:
Financial statements and auditor's certificates, 1958-1959
[2 folders]
Financial statements and auditor's opinions, 1960-1961
[2 folders]
Financial statements and auditor's opinions, 1963-1965
[2 folders]
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4Zd564 Financial statements and auditor's reports [IAF, Kansas City, Missouri, Project Fund; Rochester, New York, Project Fund], 1966
Financial statements and auditor's reports [IAF, Kansas City fund; Rochester fund, Buffalo fund], 1967
Financial statements and auditor's reports, 1968-1971
[4 folders]
Clippings [filed separately]:
American Report, 1970-1971
Baltimore, 1965
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2.325/D19a Boston After Dark, December 8, 1970
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4Zd564 Boston Globe, 1966-1971
[2 folders]
Brooklyn, 1967
Buffalo, 1965-1967
[2 folders]
Courier-Express, Buffalo, August 1, 1971
Buffalo Evening News, June 26, 1971
Business Week, June 5, 1971
Canada, 1966-1971
Catholic Worker, May 1966 May 1966
Chicago 1966, 1965-1969
Chicago 1970, 1970
Chicago Daily News, 1964-1971
[2 folders]
Chicago Maroon, January 8, 1971
Chicago Sun-Times, 1965-1972
[2 folders]
Chicago Today, 1969-1971
Chicago Tribune, 1968-1971
[2 folders]
Christian Advocate, January 13, 1966
Cleveland, 1966-1967
Christian Century, 1963-1971
Christian Science Monitor, May 6, 1971
Daily Pennsylvanian, November 19, 1970
Dallas, 1969
Dallas Morning News, October 17, 1968
Defiance [Ohio] Crescent-News, November 23, 1970
Des Moines Register, September 17, 1970
Detroit, 1965-1968
Harvard Crimson, June 2, 1971
John L. Lewis [folder 1, John L. Lewis press clippings], 1949, 1970
John L. Lewis [folder 2], 1961-1969
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2.325/D19a John L. Lewis tearsheets and galleys, 1949, 1969
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4Zd564 Life, May 7, 1971
Los Angeles Times, May 28, 1971
Massachusetts Teacher, May/June 1971
Minneapolis Star, May 1971
The Nation, 1971
National Observer, 1965-1968
National Register, June 23, 1968
National Review, 1966
New Republic, 1965-1971
[2 folders]
New York Post, 1966-1972
[2 folders]
New York Review, October 21, 1971
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4Zd565 New York Times, 1962-1971
N. Y. Times, Shenker, January 6, 1971
N. Y. Times, 1971
Newsweek, 1964-1967
Pittsburgh, 1965-1967
Playboy, 1971, undated
[2 folders]
Progressive, 1965-1972
[2 folders]
Rolling Stone, March 4, 1971
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2.325/D19a Complete issue
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4Zd565 Rules for Radicals clippings and reviews, 1971
St. Cloud Daily Times, Minnesota, October 9, 1968
St. Louis, September 26, 1966
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 1971-1972
St. Paul, Minnesota, clips, undated
San Francisco Chronicle, 1966-1971
San Francisco, Oakland, 1965-1966
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1970-1971
Southtown Economist, September 1971
Standard Times, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1971
The Sun-Bulletin, New York, March 18, 1968
Syracuse, 1966-1967
Time, 1967-1971
Times-Democrat, Davenport, Betendorf, Iowa, 1969
Toronto Globe and Mail, July 28, 1971
U.S. News and World Report, 1965-1972
By [Nicholas] Von Hoffman, 1962-1969?
Wall Street Journal, 1969
Washington, D.C., 1966
Washington Post, 1970-1971
[2 folders]
Western Catholic Reporter, October 26, 1967
The Woodlawn Organization, 1959-1965
[3 folders]
Daily News, 4/27/63, pre-convention: "TWO Growing Up," Geyer, April 27, 1963
Daily News, 5/4/63, T.W.O. convention, May 4, 1963
5/20/63, Defender, "Black Belt Expands," May 20, 1963
Reporter Magazine, 5/23/63, E. Richey, "Splitzville" [sic], May 23, 1963
Daily News, 7/1/63, mayor's office sit-in, July 1, 1963
Chicago American, 7/11/63, City Hall, July 11, 1963
Sun-Times, 7/12/63, City Hall pickets, July 12, 1963
Sun-Times, 7/17/63, Daley-TWO-OSC, July 17, 1963
Hyde Park Herald, 7/17/63. U. of C. vs. Woodlawn, July 17, 1963
Defender, 7/17/63, TWO-Daley, July 17, 1963
Daily News, 7/17/63, City Hall, U. of C., TWO, July 17, 1963
New World, 7/19/63, editorial and picture, July 19, 1963
Daily News series #3, 7/31/63, "Rights Units," July 31, 1963
Daily News series #4, 8/1/63, "Racial Talks Behind the Scenes," 1963-1969
TWO-Maremont, Defender, Times, Trib., News, 3/24/64, 1964
Clippings and printed material, 1964-1967
Clippings, 1964-1967
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3X51 Motion picture film (black and white, 16 mm):
#2, Building an Organization, part 1, National Film Board, Canada [handwritten note: "Buffalo-'Build'"] (22 minutes, 5 seconds)
#3, Building an Organization, part 2, National Film Board, Canada [handwritten note: "Buffalo-'Build'"] (15 minutes, 23 seconds)
#7, Deciding to Organize, part 1, National Film Board, Canada (15 minutes, 1 second)
#8, Deciding to Organize, part 2, National Film Board, Canada (20 minutes, 58 seconds)
#10, A Continuing Responsibility, part 2, National Film Board, Canada (42 minutes, 35 seconds)
#12, "Alinsky, I'd Organize Hell"
#14, Through Conflict to Negotiation, part 2, National Film Board, Canada [handwritten note: "Rochester / Florence FIGHT / Alinsky - stocks (proxies)"] (45 minutes, 36 seconds)
#16, "1940 - Parade for the opening of the Community Fair - or BACK OF THE YARDS Annual Bazaar. Film shows Bishop Sheil marching in the parade. . . ."
#38, "We Got to Live Here, gift of: Charlie Merrill" [handwritten label] (20 minutes)

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Larry B. McNeil Papers, c.1938-1987

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4Zd566 Chronologically rearranged files:
Commonwealth Edison board and major stock holders, interlocks, 1970, undated
C. C. U. M. [Catholic Committee on Urban Ministry], 1971
Photography manuals, 1964, 1971
Wisconsin Aging Coalition, undated
"Voter Registration Manual," c. 1972
UNO Clergy Caucus, 1971-1972
Subject file: Churches, Chicago, 1971-1974
[3 folders]
Coal, 1967-1974
[2 folders]
Postcards, March 1, 1974, undated
Twin City power structure, 1974
New York City: early 1974 organ. paper, 1974
Organize, Inc., undated
Parliamentary procedure, undated
NAWR [National Assembly of Women Religious], 1975, undated
Citizens' Action Program (Chicago), 1972-1975
California, 1974-1975 1974-1975
[2 folders]
I.E.A. [Illinois Education Association], 1975
"The 99 Percenter: A Portfolio of Resources for the Laity of the Church" [Episcopal Church Center], Spring 1976
"The 99 Percenter: A Portfolio of Resources for the Laity of the Church" [Episcopal Church Center], Fall 1976
July '76 training, 1976
Harmon, Dick, 1976 -, 1976-1977
Redlining, 1976-1977
Spanish lesson materials, 1977?
Spanish notes, 1977
Houston: Larry Payne, 1976-1977
I.A.F. Network Conference #5, Lake Forest College, August 17-21, 1977 August 17-21, 1977
IAF financial statements, 1977
Padres, 1975-1977
Koch QCO [Queens Community Organization] clips (originals), 1978
Lynx, Inc., 1975-1978
"The 99 Percenter: A Portfolio of Resources for the Laity of the Church" [Episcopal Church Center], Spring 1978
"Organizing for Family and Congregation," 1978
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4Zd567 IAF National Training: March 28 - April 7, 1978
IAF Midwest: March 30 - April 30, 1978
Founding Convention of the United Citizens Organization of Metropolitan Buffalo, 1978
Battel, Pat, 1978
Fort Worth, 1976-1978
Bleepers, 1978
Buffalo, 1978
Home file [reports and memos], 1978
To be filed, 1977-1978
National Training (July 11 - 21, 1978), Lake Forest, 1978
National Training, July 11 - 21, 1978 July 11 - 21, 1978
Pittsburgh, 1977-1978
[2 folders]
Honeywell, Chuck, 1976-1978
Lake Forest meeting, August 1978
T.O.N. [The Organization of the Northwest], 1978
South Central, September 27, 1978
IAF Midwest, November 10-12, 1978
M.C.O. [Metropolitan Citizens' Organization, Pittsburgh], 1978
[2 folders]
M.C.O.: advanced training, 1978?
M.C.O.: memos and notes, 1978
M.C.O.: budget, 1978-1979
Q.C.O. [Queens Citizens Organization], 1971-1978
Q.C.O.: money owed, 1978, undated
501(c)(3) [Q.C.O.], 1977-1978
IAF, 1976-1978
Synek, Henry, 1978
Milwaukee, 1978, undated
Littman report, 1978
Littman report II, undated
Gilkey, Langdon, course, 1978
Harrisburg, 1978
Harrisburg: Tom Fossi, Lenore Haas, 1978
World Press Institute, 1978
Pierce, 1978
Gecan, Mike (T.O.N.), 1978
MCO staff reports, 1978
Annual Network Meeting, August 16-20, 1978
National training, October 1978
Bill Grace, c.1979
Graf, Arnie, 1979
Gaudette, Tom, 1978
Gladston, Ken, 1978-1979
IAF, "Organizing for Family and Congregation," 1979
Photocopied material and envelopes, 1968-1979
T.V., 1979
July 1979 National Training, 1979
"Mexican-Americans," 1971-1979
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4Zd568 Anderson, Jo, 1979
U.N.O meetings, October 1979
A Book about Queens 1979, 1979
Pevas, Mary A., 1978-1979
SCVC [Santa Clara Valley Coalition]: Clement-Birkhead, 1978-1979
Shechem: WSOP [Wisconsin State Organizing Project], 1979
L.A.: [Peter] Martinez, 1978-1979
I.A.F. Network Meeting expenses: Dillon, 1979
Room assignments [I.A.F. training, Lake Forest, Illinois], 1979
Training exercise, 1979
National training session: March 13-23, 1979 (sessions covered), 1979
National training, March 1979
Nieto, Leo, May 14, 1979
Sessions [July 1979 national training, Lake Forest], 1979
National training, Lake Forest College, 1979
I.A.F. Midwest, July 5-6, 1979
L.A.-Chicago transition, 1979
Ski Tip Ranch arrangements (August network meeting), 1979
Expense reports, September 1979
United Neighborhoods Organization [U.N.O.], 1979, undated
U.N.O., 1979
Training materials, 1977-1979, undated
T.O.N.: $ campaign, 1979
United Citizens' Organization of Metropolitan Buffalo [U.C.O.], 1979
U.C.O. road trip, 1979
South Central, 1979-1980
Denver road trip, 1978-1980
Papers, reports, 1980
La Placita, 1980
UNO churches:
All Saints, 1978
Assumption, June 27, 1980, undated
St. Alphonsus, 1979-1980
Divine Savior, undated
Dolores Mission, 1980?, undated
Epiphany, 1980
California School Employees Association, Tom Christy, 1980
Clips, September 28, 1980
Training sessions, 1973-1980
Sabbatical (December 15, 1980 - February 15, 1980), 1980-1983
Convention [UNO] (April 5, 1981), 1980-1981
Cabinet, May 19-21, 1981
UNO: Strategy Committee retreat, June 26-27, 1981
Religious Communities Trust, July 1, 1981
Cabinet meeting, July 18, 1981
Network meeting, August 30, 1980-September 5, 1980
UNO Strategy Committee retreat, September 10, 1981
Our Lady of Talpa, 1981
Tension areas in the world today, 1981
Larry McNeil: memos, 1979-1981
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4Zd569 Arzube, Bishop, 1981
Tucson, 1981
Ralph [Mungia] 1981, 1981-1982
Oscar [Solcedo], 1981-1982
Hispanic Caucus, 1981-1982
Nieto, Leo, 1981-1982
[2 folders]
Wedding: Gary and Ann, 1981, undated
Southwest Strategy Committee, 1981
Personal correspondence, 1981
UNO National Training Session, 1981-1982
Romero, Father Juan, 1981-1982
Alice, 1981-1982
Silva letters, 1981-1982
Larkin, Maribeth
[empty folder, discarded]
Notes, 1981-1982
Issue Development Committee, 1981-1982
Sister Diane, April 2, 1982
Georgiana, Sister, undated
East Brooklyn article and S.C.O.C. flyer, 1982, undated
American History, 1945- (UCLA course outline), 1982
Latin America (UCLA course outline), 1982
Money and Banking (UCLA course outline), 1982
Weapons and War in Western Europe [UCLA course outline], 1982
Cabinet meeting, January 13-15, 1982
Handler action, 1982
Organize Training Center, 1982
Cabinet meeting, May 19-21, 1982
UNO staff meetings, June 15, 1982
Cabinet, July 17-18, 1982
St. Lucy, August 20, 1982
Network meeting, August 28-September 3, 1982
Training sessions (partial), 1982, undated
Barbara Abell, 1982
Rebecca Salinas, 1982
Diana Tarrango, 1982-1983
Vanderbilt Spire, 1982-1983
Parables of Jesus, 1982
Riebe, Gary, 1982-1983
While you were out . . . . . ., 1982-1983, undated
UNO: January 1983 $ and officers, 1982-1983
Cabinet, January 31 - February 2, 1983
Our Lady of Victory, March 23, 1983, undated
Cabinet, April 4-6, 1983
UNO advanced training (April 18, April 25, May 2), 1983
Education, August 30, 1983
Directory, 1983
Dues, July 1, 1983
Cabinet meeting, July 11, 1983
Cabinet meeting, August 27-28, 1983
IAF Network Meeting, San Antonio Texas, November 20-22, 1983
Books, 1981-1984
SCOC leadership roster, 1983-1984
Times op-ed page, c.1984
Proposed dues structure by the new power committee, c.1984
Economic Development Committee, 1984
Budget estimate and SCOC financial report, 1984
Cabinet, New York City, January 16-18, 1984
National Training, Anaheim, California, March 13-23, 1984
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4Zd570 Cabinet meeting: staff training, April 15-18, 1984
IAF organizer conference, April 15-18, 1984
IAF national training, July 1984
Cabinet meeting, September 4, 1984
Crime (paper), 1984, undated
Paragraphs on trainees, 1984
National training, October 1984 (trainee profiles), 1984
[2 folders]
Ueberroth, P. [Peter], 1982-1984
1985 Los Angeles Catholic Directory, 1985
Cabinet, New York City, January 2-4, 1985
Gangs, 1984-1985
Nehemiah Plan, 1982-1985
Printed material, 1983-1985
National training, Atlanta, March 19-28, 1985
July 1985 event, 1985
UNO-SCOC retreat: planning for July 14, 1985, 1985
Legislative Committee, 1985
Travel file, 1985
UNO/SCOC, 1985
Staff meetings: 1986, 1985
March 1986 national training, 1986
Archdiocese of Los Angeles pastoral priorities questionnaire, 1986
TS [training session] file: 8 attributes of excellent COs, undated
Printed material and notes, 1985-1987, undated
Documents, 1979-1987, undated
SCOC schedule, 1987
Sheinkman, Jack, undated
Thomas, Nina, undated
G.U.P.: Greater University Parish, undated
Politics TS, undated
Moral Majority, undated
Burn-out, undated
Democracy, undated
Media contacts, newspapers, Herald-Examiner, undated
Industrial Areas Foundation Alinsky Institute stationery, undated
IAF history files:
Alinsky, S. D., Current Biography, November 1968, c. 1938, 1947, 1964, undated
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3Z318 "Helene's wedding," c. 1938
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4Zd570 "From Citizen Apathy to Participation," Saul Alinsky, October 1957
"Memo from S.D.A. to Reverend Father Robert T. Dunn" [Chelsea], February 10, 1960
Alinsky, Saul D.: Speeches and notes, 1963-1973
"On the Nature of Social Organization," Saul D. Alinsky [University of Chicago talk], undated
S. D. Alinsky, Washington, D.C. speech, April 25, 1964
"The Community Action Approach," S. D. A. [Alinsky, University of Chicago Department of Social Science lecture], May 21, 1964
"The New American Revolution," Alinsky [Highland Park speech], June 19, 1964
"S. A. and His Critics," Christianity and Crisis, July 20, 1964
"Paper for Law School Professors," S.D.A., December 28, 1964
"A Conversation with Saul Alinsky - Radical," December 1965
"Poverty and Power," S.D.A., June 1966
"Making Trouble Is Alinsky's Business," New York Times Magazine, October 9, 1966
[Saul D. Alinsky,] "On [sic] Means and Ends," Union Seminary Quarterly Review, January 1967
[Dan Dodson], "The Church, POWER, and Saul Alinsky," Religion in Life, Spring 1967
S. D. Alinsky speech: State University of New York at Buffalo, 1967
"S. A., the I. A. F. and the Church's Millions," Renewal, March 1968
"You Can't See the Stars through the Stripes," S.D.A., March 26, 1968
Alinsky, S.D., Current Biography, November 1968
"On Saul Alinsky," Gary Bowman, December 1968
"The 'Apostle' and the 'Fool,'" Look, June 25, 1968
"S. A. Loves a Good Hassle," Inland Architect, February 1969
"Split-Level Casbah: the Natives Are Restless" [Richard Harmon], February 15, 1969
Saul Alinsky, speech, Wake Forest University, 1969
Alinsky speech brochures, 1966-1970
Early IAF sessions, 1964-1970, undated
"The Double Revolution," Saul D. Alinsky [Smithsonian Institution Fourth International Symposium], November 18, 1970
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4Zd571 Marion K. Sanders, The Professional Radical: Conversations with Saul Alinsky (New York: Harper and Row), 1970
Alinsky speech: Proxies, 1971
S.D.A. United Presbyterian speech: June 26, 1971, Manila Philippines, 1971
F.I.G.H.T., 1967-1972
"S.A.: Power for the Poor," Richard Witty, undated
IAF board, 1966-1972
IAF bylaws, October 20, 1972
"Asking the Laity," Harmon, July 1977
IAF history [including Alinsky correspondence], 1946-1950, 1961-1981
IAF history, 1960-1970
IAF file: "Vendetta in the Valley," Peter Skerry, New Republic, September 17, 1984
"Legacy of the IAF," undated
Texas O.E.O. seminars, August 15 - September 15, 1969, sample packet, 1969
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2.325/D19a "The Battle of the Bible," Look, July 27, 1965
"Making Trouble Is Alinsky's Business," New York Times Magazine, October 9, 1966
"The 'Apostle and the 'Fool,'" Look, June 28, 1968
"Fiery Leader of Social Reforms," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 5, 1970
S.A. on Goldbrick Radicals," Boston After Dark, December 8, 1970
"Bringing It All Back Home," Rolling Stone, March 1971
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4Zd571 Article and clipping files:
A.C.O.R.N., undated
Abboud, A. Robert [Chicago Tribune Magazine], March 18, 1979
"The Ability to Face Whatever Comes," Tom Hayden, undated
Advertisers, 100 largest, 1971
"Alinsky for Teacher Organizers," NEA [National Educational Association report], June 1972
"Analysis of an Action," undated
"The Anti-War Movement and Radical Politics," Sidney M. Peck, New Politics, Spring 1970
Richard G. Lillard, "An Aqueduct and Argument: Los Angeles' Longtime Thirst," Los Angeles Times, May 23, 1984
Banks, 1983-1985
"Battle of the Bible," Look, July 27, 1965
"Bibliographical Guide to Contemporary Theology," Farley [?], undated
Black church denominations, undated
"Black Church Power in the 80's," 1981
Bubbles, Boxes, HBR [Harvard Business Review], May 11, 1984
"Chicago's Organizers Learn the Lessons of CAP," working papers, Summer 1977
"Christmas Story," H. L. Mencken, 1946
"Citizen Participation and Community Organization in Planning and Urban Renewal," S.D.A., January 1962
"Collective Leadership," Harmon, June 6, 1974
"Community Organization Education," 1968
R. J. Daley of Chicago," 1976
"Death of C.A.P.," [Chicago] Reader, October 7, 1977
"Decolonializing Applied Social Sciences," Rudolpho Stavenhagen, 1971
"Democratic Party in Allegheny County," Forum, September 1971
"Does the Melting Pot Still Meld?," Forbes, October 30, 1978
"Fantastic Plastic," S.A.C., c.1977
Farmworkers: Texas, Texas Observer, February 3, 1978
"From Here to There": Toward a New Society (movement), undated
"From Youth to Adulthood," Center Magazine, May-June 1976
"The Führer over est" [Jesse Kornbluth, New Times], undated
"The Future of Chicago: A Profile of Social Change," Focus, undated
"Gangs," Psychology Today, May 1977
"Grand Inquisitor" [Dostoyevsky, Brothers Karamazov], undated
"How Politics Built House for Vrdolyak," 1974
"Human Side of Civic Action," S.D.A., March 23, 1964
"Ideology and the Rape of America," Scott I. Paradise, undated
"The Immovable Middle Class," National Council of Jewish Women, 1964
"The Industrial Areas Foundation: An Interpretation," Harold Fey, undated
"Is There Life after Birth," S.D.A., [1968]
Jacobs, Jane: vs. urban renewal, 1969
"The Key to Community Renewal," John McMullen Ducey [includes Alinsky letter], 1964
Irving Kristol, "The Key Question: Who Owns the Future?," Wall Street Journal, January 11, 1982
"L.A. Demystified" (article from The Village Voice), 1981
Language, 1979, undated
Latin America, June 18, 1981
"A Look at Unitarian Universalist Goals," Christian Century, April 19, 1967
"Los Angeles: A Survey," Economist, April 3, 1982
Thucydides, "Melian Dialogue," undated
Moon, Reverend Sun, May 30, 1976
Movement for corporate responsibility, 1971
"The Multinationals," Center for Study of Democratic Institutions, December 1977-January 1978
National Conference of Catholic Bishops-United States Catholic Conference, undated
Neighborhood analysis: forms, undated
"Neighborhood Cops," New Republic, February 6, 1984
"New Creation as Metropolis," Gibson Winter, 1963?
"No Allocation without Representation," Alvin Toffler, 1978
"Nobody Home: Erosion of the American Family," Urie Bronfenbrenner, 1978
"Notes for an Autobiography," Albert Einstein, 1949
"Of Boxes, Bubbles, and Effective Management," undated
"On the Importance of Being Unprincipled," John Herman Randall, Jr. (1938), undated
"One Pocket or Two for Our Cash and Our Convictions?," Jack Mendelsohn, undated
"Orderly Revolution," Washington Post, June 4-9, 1945
Organized crime, 1983-1984, undated
"Organizing for Family and Congregation," 1978
Parish Corporate Renewal Network, 1979, undated
Pastoral letter on Appalachia, February 1, 1975
[John Womack?,] "A People Chooses a Leader," Zapata and the Mexican Revolution, 1968?
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4Zd572 "Plato on the Barricades," Economist, May 1967
Norman Podhoretz, undated
"The Politics of Poverty," New York Times, June 6, 1966
"The Politics of Urban Management and the Management of Urban Politics," Julius C. Edelstein, 1972
"Portrait of an Oil Baron," 1974
"Power and the Power Lab," Oshry, undated
"'Power' Networks Help Poor," Christian Science Monitor, May 23, 1984
"Power of the Pentagon," Progressive, June 1969
"Power Play in the City," Stephen Rose, Crossroads, January-March 1967
"Principals in Action," Harpers, May 1983
The problem of authority in America, May 23, 1982
"Professional Radical," Harpers, January 1970, 1965, 1970
"Proxies for People," Yale Review of Law and Social Action, Spring 1971
"The Psychological Revolution," Hugh Whipple, undated
Puebla speech, Pope John Paul II, February 1979
Redlining, 1977
"Reflections: Sources of Public Unhappiness," Richard Goodwin, 1969
"Remembering John L. Lewis," Dissent, September-October 1969
"Reorganization in the Casbah," von Hoffman, undated
"Repression: Bringing Vietnam Home," 1975
"Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults: Model of Adult Growth," James B. Dunning, undated
"Scripture and the Organizer," 1980
Self-interest, [1979]
George Carlin, "7 Words You Can't . . .," undated
"$75 Million Pork Barrel Ripoff," U.S. News, May 2, 1983
"Shooting an Elephant" (Orwell), 1950?
"Signaling the Pope," California, May 1984
Slumlords, June 17, 1982
"Strategies of Power in Community Organizations," Lawrence Witmer and Gibson Winter, March 21, 1968
"Texas Wide Political Force," Washington Post, May 22, 1984
[Carolyn Kane,] "Thinking: A Neglected Art," December 14, 1981
Unions, 1982
Unions, 1983-1984
Unions: contracting out, May 1, 1984
Voting Rights Act, 1981?
Vrdolyak, Ed: the ward he built, 1973
"We Can Afford a Better America" (national priorities), Fortune, March 1968
"What's Wrong with Our Foreign Policy?," James Warburg, 1965
"Who Killed the King?," Pittsburgher, August 1977
Subject: Women, church and patriarchy; file: articles, May 5, 1984
Clippings, 1979
Clips to be filed, 1970-1978
[2 folders]
Printed material, 1979, undated
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2.325/D19a Madison Diocese: Wirtz, O'Donnell, March 11, 1978
Greeley, Reverend Andrew, "Christian Church in Inner City," undated
box
3Z318 Photographic material:
Photographic prints, undated
box
3S105b Photographic negatives, undated
RESTRICTED

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Edward T. Chambers Papers, 1972-1973

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4Zd572 Correspondence:
A, 1971-1972
B, 1971-1972
C, 1972
D, 1972
E, 1972
F, 1972
G, 1972
H, 1972
I, 1972
J, 1972
K, 1972
L, 1972
M, 1972
N, 1972
O, 1971-1972
P, 1972
Q, December 4, 1972
R, 1972
S, 1972
T, 1972
U
[empty folder, discarded]
V, 1972
W, 1971-1972
X
[empty folder, discarded]
YZ, 1972

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Unidentified records:

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4Zd572 City, April 1969
Arca Foundation, c.1995
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2.325/E457 Misc. unprocessed papers from Saul Alinsky’s personal files
Photocopies of correspondence to and from Saul Alinsky, the bulk of which involves Justin McCarthy of the United Mine Workers of America, 1948-1955

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