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National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee (U.S.) records, 1951-1985

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Series II: Alphabetical Subject File


Subseries II.1



Box 2 Abramowitz v. Brucker


Academic Freedom


Box 2 General


Box 2 California


Box 2 Connecticut


Box 2 Illinois


Box 2 Kansas


Box 2 Massachusetts


Box 2 Michigan


Box 2 Missouri



Box 3 Nebraska


Box 3 New Hampshire


Box 3 New Jersey


Box 3 New Mexico


Box 3 New York


Box 3 North Carolina


Box 3 Ohio


Box 3 Oklahoma


Box 3 Oregon



Box 4 Pennsylvania


Box 4 South Carolina


Box 4 Texas


Box 4 Vermont


Box 4 Washington


Box 4 West Virginia


Box 4 Wisconsin


Box 4 Miscellaneous documents


Box 4 Adler et al. v. Board of Education of New York City


Box 4 Alabama v. Knox



Box 5 Arizona--Loyalty oath


Box 5 Army discharge--general


Box 5 Art shows, 1955 October, 1955


Box 5 Bernstein v. Herren (The 8 Soldiers)


Box 5 Birmingham Cases


Box 5 Bond (Julian) Case


Box 5 Boudin v. Dulles


Box 5 Civil Liberties--General--Criminal penalties


Box 5 Civil penalties for membership



Box 6 Civil rights-General


Box 6 Commodore Hotel Suit, 1961 December, 1961


Box 6 Copeland v. Rusk


Box 6 De Gregory v. New Hampshire


Box 6 Democracy on the Campus-Conference held March27, 1965



Box 7 Draft



Box 8 Du Bois, W.E.B.


Box 8 W.E.B. Du Bois Celebration, 1960 June, 1960


Box 8 Albert Einstein Meeting, 1954 March13, 1954


Box 8 Executive excesses


Box 8 Faulk, John Henry



Box 9 Fawcett v. Luce


Box 9 Florida v. Sheiner


Box 9 Foreman v. Dulles (includes Foreman HUAC hearings)


Box 9 Frank v. Dulles



Box 10 Graham v. Richmond


Box 10 Homer v. Richmond


Box 10 H.U.A.C. (House Un-American Activities Committee)



Box 11 Indiana v. Levitt, Bingham and Morgan (Bloomington case)


Box 11 Jerome v. Rusk


Box 11 Ashton Jones v. Shreveport Authorities


Box 11 Kennedy v. Advance



Box 12 Kent, Rockwell


Box 12 Kent v. Dulles


Box 12 Kent v. Dulles-Briefs and decisions (includes Briehl v. Dulles)



Box 13 Kentucky v. Braden (Louisville Case)



Box 14 Koch, Chris


Box 14 Krebs, Dr. Allen M.


Box 14 Lamont v. Dulles


Box 14 Louisiana v. Jenkins


Box 14 MacEwan v. Rusk


Meiklejohn



Box 15 Memorial meetings


Box 15 Petition


Box 15 Rights


Box 15 Methodist Federation v. U.S.


Box 15 Nathan v. Dulles



Box 16 National Lawyers Guild v. Brownell


Box 16 N.Y. v. E. Collins, A. Davis, W. Davis


Box 16 N.Y. v. William Epton (includes Grand Jury cases)


Box 16 North Carolina v. Williams


Box 16 Olenick v. Brucker (re: Private Steebler)


Box 16 Osmon and Taylor v. Paterson State College


Passports



Box 17 General


Box 17 General Correspondence


Box 17 Travel Clippings



Box 18 Passport legislation-Congressional hearings


Box 18 Pauling, Linus


Box 18 Pennsylvania v. Nelson


Box 18 Price v. U.S. (Senate Internal Security Subcommittee)


Box 18 Radio Operators Case



Box 19 Robeson v. Dulles


Box 19 Russell, Bertrand


Box 19 R-General file


Box 19 Scales v. U.S.



Box 20 Security risk


Box 20 S.I.S.S. (Senate Internal Security Subcommittee)-General


Box 20 Soldiers, 1965-66 (Smith and McClure)


Box 20 Speeches


Box 20 State sedition (empty folder)



Box 21 Smith Act-General



Box 22 S.A.C.B. (Subversive Activities Control Board)-General, McCarran Act


Box 22 Thompson Case


Box 22 Travel-Statements and press releases


Box 22 U.S. v. Lamont



Box 23 U.S. v. Laub and Kartinot


Box 23 U.S. v. Liveright (S.I.S.S.)


Box 23 U.S. v. O'Connor (McCarthy)


Box 23 U.S. v. Travis


Box 23 U.S. v. Worthy


Box 23 Uphaus v. Wyman



Box 24 Veterans of Abraham Lincoln Brigade v. S.A.C.B.


Box 24 Wilson Case


Box 24 Young, Stephen


Box 24 Zemel v. Rusk


Scrapbooks



Box 25 1951-1955



Box 26 1956-1959



Box 27 1960-1962



Box 28 1964-1968


Bill of Rights



Box 29 "Congress and your Rights,", 1959-1962


Box 29 Printed, Miscellaneous, 1983-


Tapes

(All are undated unless specified; all are reel-to-reel magnetic tapes)



Box 30 Reel #1 Corliss Lamont, Professor Haber, David Reim


Box 30 Reel #2 Archie Brown, Mrs. Smith Discussion


Box 30 Reel #3 James Aronson, A.J. Muste


Box 30 Reel #4 Dave Dillinger, Discussion


Box 30 Reel #5 Paul Krasner, Allen Krebs


Box 30 Reel #6 Leo Koch, Leroy McCrae


Box 30 Reel #7 Russ Stetler, Discussion


Box 30 Reel #8 Mr. Sanford Katz, Larry Cole, Dan Watts


Box 30 Reel #9 Jim Bingham, Howard Melish, Ed Lemansky, Discussion


5 Un-numbered Tapes


Box 30 Edited Tape #1

(Includes original tapes #2, 3, 4)


Box 30 Edited Tape #2

(Includes original tapes #4 continued, #5. 6)


Box 30 Edited Tape #3

(Includes original tapes #7, 8, 9)


Box 30 [Wilkinson] Interview, 1957 June 4, 1957

(Dumont Broadcasting Company, Channel 5)


Box 30 A Reply to Gordon Scherer/Corliss Lamont, Clark Foreman, 1960 October 18, 1960

(Tape originated at the WBAI Studios in 1960)


Subseries II.2



Box 54 Abortion--Administration (Staff files)



Box 55 Administration (Documents of Incorporation)--Administration (Topic Outlooks)



Box 56 Administration--Administration and National Council meetings minutes, e t c.,, 1969



Box 57 Affirmative action--Associates



Box 58 Associate mailings, 1971-1984


Bill of Rights



Box 59 Bill of Rights Fund--Bill of Rights Journal 1961, 1968-1969


Journal


Box 59 1961 1968-1969, 1961, 1968-1969



Box 60 1970-1976

(Correspondence, adds, miscellaneous related materials)



Box 61 1977-1982

(Correspondence, adds, miscellaneous related materials)



Box 62 1983-1985

(Correspondence, adds, miscellaneous related materials)


Dinner



Box 63 1955 1959 1963 1965-1969, 1955, 1959, 1963, 1965-1969

(Guest lists, seating, invitations, tickets/contributions, speakers, Tom Pain award)



Box 64 1970-1972

(Guest lists, etc.)



Box 65 1972-1973

(Guest lists, contributions, etc.)



Box 66 1974-1976

(Guest lists, etc.)



Box 67 1976-1977

(Guest lists, etc.)



Box 68 1978-1979

(Guests lists, etc.)



Box 69 1980-1981

(Guest lists, etc.)



Box 70 1982-1983

(Guest lists, etc.)



Box 71 1984-1985

(Guest lists, etc.)



Box 72 Miscellaneous

(Campaign for the Year of the Bill of Rights;Rightsmagazine 1969 1971 1985 Dinner tickets/contributions and calling list;The Man from CADmanuscript.)



Box 73 B-Citizens' Committee to Preserve American Freedoms



Box 74 Civil Rights



Box 75 Civil Rights-Criminal Code Reform



Box 76 Criminal Code Reform-Draft (Conscription)



Box 77 Draft (Conscription)-FBI



Box 78 Fenton communications-Fund for Open Information and Accountability (FOIA)



Box 79 Fund for Free Expression-Immigration



Box 80 Immunity Bill-Kansas



Box 81 Legislation-Miscellaneous



Box 82 The Nation Institute-Nicaragua and the World Court



Box 83 Nicaragua and the World Court-Pamphlets/publications (About the Constitution)



Box 84 Pamphlets/publications (Constitution, Government, Congress and Your Rights, Misc)-Press Releases (1954-1968 1959-1962)



Box 85 Press Releases, 1968-1980



Box 86 Press Releases, 1981-1983-Promotional Materials



Box 87 Promotional Materials, pre-1970-1978



Box 88 Promotional materials (Statements, 1960-1979)-Public relations (Art shows, 1971)



Box 89 Public Relations: Art Shows/Auction, 1973-1983



Box 90 Public Relations: Calendar-Luncheons



Box 91 Public Relations: Meetings/Conferences



Box 92 Public Relations: Meetings/Conference-Parties (1968-1981)



Box 93 Public relations-(Theatre parties-Travel)-Puerto Rico Legal Defense Education Fund



Box 94 Regional Offices (Boston, Miami, Philadelphia)



Box 95 Regional Offices (Philadelphia)



Box 96 Regional Offices (Philadelphia)



Box 97 Regional Offices (Pittsburgh)



Box 98 Regional Offices (Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C.)-Self-Defense



Box 99 Sexual Harassment-Witness Rights



Box 100 Women's Issues-Women Organized against Rape