Visual Communications Archives and Media Resource Library
Scope and Contents The Little Tokyo Redevelopment Collection,circa 1970-1980s ,consists of over 200 DVDs on the Little Tokyo People's Rights Organization (LTPRO). DVDs include footage of interviews with residents and activists, meetings with organizations, and the LTPRO's protests and actions to stop eviction. Footage from this collection was used in Visual Communications' film “Something's Rotten in Little Tokyo.”
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Consists of copies of documents featured during a memorial exhibit 1988-1989 relating to Kristallnacht produced by the Staatsarchiv Potsdam. The documents relate to pogroms, persecution of Jewish business owners, arrests of Jewish merchants, destruction of synagogues, and the shutdown of Jewish-owned factories. Of special interest is a 1934 document concerning the emigration Albert and Else Einstein
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
[Preliminary] Contains information about friends and clients of Joseph Tenenbaum; publication of works by Joseph Tenenbaum; and Tenenbaum's membership on the medical advisory board of Beth Israel Hospital in New York
University of California, Berkeley
Contains several copies of a 1939 proclamation, with signatures of notable members of the Forum, calling for graphic artists and advertisers to boycott the purchase and use of Nazi typefaces, and encouraging them to use American-made type. The bulk of the collection consists of requests from printers, publishers, and other interested parties in the U.S., Canada, and Europe for copies of the proclamation, which features a list of Nazi-made type and compares typefaces made in Germany with similar U.S. type. With this are minutes of the Forum's type committee meeting of May 1939, a press release, and clippings, among which is the New Republic article of Aug. 9, 1939, from which many of the requests originated
Wayne State University - Walter P. Reuther Library
Correspondence, clippings, contracts, financial files, memoranda, and other materials related to Mr. Kircher's activities as director for organization for the AFL-CIO. Includes material relating to: Cesar Chavez, George Meany, and Larry Itliong. Important subjects covered in the collection are: strike and lockouts, boycotts, UFW organizing
Wayne State University - Walter P. Reuther Library
Correspondence, clippings, memoranda, reports, financial papers, speeches, pamphlets, minutes, and other materials relating to the United Farm Workers Information and Research Department
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence, memoranda, notes, reports, surveys, minutes of meetings, speeches and articles, financial records, printed material, photographs, and other records of the Southern Regional Office and regional affiliates. Pertains chiefly to the founding and organization of the office, relations with affiliate offices and the national office, and work of the office in relation to economic and social concerns of African Americans in the South. Topics include the League's adoption program; the Atlanta School of Social Work; boycotts of retail merchants; business and employment opportunities; civil rights; community development; crime; disaster relief; education; health; housing; manual and vocational training programs; continued migration to the northern states; relief for African Americans during the Depression; activities of segregationist organizations; minority recruitment by the U.S. Navy; voter education; the return of African American veterans following World War II; and women's ... Read More
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Manuscript, December 28, 1954, discussing the status of negotiations between the Kohler Company and U.A.W. Local 833, and a letter, May 16, 1955, from Kohlhagen, urging a boycott of Kohler products
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection includes correspondence, speeches, board minutes, agendas, conference material, clippings, photographs, etc., mostly concerning her work for the National Organization for Women
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection contains buttons, pins, banners, games, stickers, t-shirts, and other objects collected by the Schlesinger Library. Objects document suffrage; gay, lesbian, and transgender rights; efforts to pass the equal rights amendment; women candidates' political campaigns; women's and girls' organizations; demonstrations for reproductive rights; movements to end violence against women; and other women's issues. Additional objects are housed at the Schlesinger and are described in the finding aids of collections the objects were received with