University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of newsclippings, memoranda, correspondence, and printed material collected by John B. Morris relating to the Georgia Democratic Party Forum and its predecessor, the Write-In Georgia movement. Topics covered by the collection include the 1966 Georgia gubernatorial race involving former Georgia Governor Ellis Arnall, Lester Maddox, and Howard H. Callaway and the seating of the Lester Maddox delegates at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Also included are materials on the Eugene McCarthy movement among Georgia Democrats
University of Oklahoma - Bizzell Memorial Library
This collection contains the working files of Meek as coordinator of the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Most aspects of organizing the convention are covered. Documents include correspondence, memoranda, resolutions, lists, press releases, and blue prints
University of Virginia
Noted figures with whom Bond corresponded more than twice include Clarence Avant, Richard W. Bruner, Bill Clinton, Ivanhoe Donaldson, Bert Gilden, Richard Hatcher, Parker Hudson, Hubert H. Humphrey, Daniel K. Inuouye, Kivie Kaplan, Edward M. Kennedy, Ethel S. Kennedy, Coretta Scott King, George McGovern, Sam Massell, Howard Moore, Charles J. Negaro, Johnny E. Parham, Jr., David Pearson Associates, Donald O. Peterson, Rosser Reeves, Carl B. Stokes and Andrew Young
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers, mainly 1967-1968, of Young, a Chicago physician and medical activist, chiefly relating to his activities as national and Chicago area leader of the Medical Committee for Human Rights -- MCHR was a civil rights support group founded in 1964 to provide medical aid to volunteers in Mississippi. It also provided medical aid to the 1968 Democratic Convention, an act which caused Young to be subpoenaed by the House Committee for Un-American Activities (HUAC) in 1968
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Papers and notebooks concerning his election campaigns for the city council, his council activities, his work as delegate at the Democratic National Conventions of 1964 and 1968, and the 1968 Presidential campaign of Senator Eugene McCarthy, his work with the Coalition for Peace in Central America; and audio-visual material
University of Michigan Libraries
Collection includes: manuscripts of published and unpublished works by Stew Albert, Judy Albert, and others, including "Who the Hell is Stew Albert?" and "The Sixties Papers"; FBI files and court documents; audiotapes of interviews; and posters. These materials document the lives of Stew Albert and Judy Gumbo Albert, their connections to other prominent activists such as Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, and Eldridge Cleaver, and their activities in support of various causes
North Dakota State University
The Alice Olson Papers and accompanying oral history interview provide us with a view of an extremely energetic feminist agent of social change and consciousness during the turbulent years of the 1960s and into the early 1980s. We can see how she interacted with people and politics on a local and national level to bring women into politics as more than just observers of the process, for them to be activists for causes that would elevate women's rights to a higher level than they had previously attained. Her details of her arrest at the 1968 Democratic National Convention and personal observations on this event that was of national historical significance are invaluable additions to available research on this topic. We have a glimpse into the day to day life of a busy working attorney and mother who sends a signed affidavit with her daughter to school in place of the school physical records so her daughter can participate. We can hear a wife commend her devoted husband for his support ... Read More
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Interviews with delegates to the 1968 Democratic National Convention, Chicago, Illinois, recorded after the convention by Charles Bowden, for the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Interviewees include Henry C. Clarenbach, C. Jamieson, Midge Miller, Mildred Perry, and Jeanette Swed
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Newspapers, handouts, and other material from Democratic National Committee, various other sub-units of the Democratic Party, and other sources, relating to the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Topics include press coverage; security; Richard J. Daley; internal planning; credentials; the party platform; candidates, including Lar Daly, Richard Hughes, Hubert Humphrey, Edward Kennedy, Eugene McCarthy, George McGovern, Edmund Muskie, and George Wallace; non-party groups at the convention; and the protests and demonstrations held in Chicago during the convention. Includes a 1968 pamphlet on the Socialist Labor Party, and reports and papers prepared by Republican Coordinating Committee
Minnesota Historical Society
Primarily clippings on the progress of George S. McGovern's 1972 presidential campaign against Richard M. Nixon and on various campaign issues, especially those related to Minnesota. Also includes printed materials from the 1968 and 1972 Democratic national conventions and from the national McGovern for President Committee, samples of campaign literature and manuals used in Minnesota and Wisconsin, McGovern's speeches and press releases, and letters of John Hasse as Minnesota campaign coordinator


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