Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Records, mainly 1967-1975, of Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), a national organization formed in 1967 by Vietnam veterans who favored military withdrawal from Vietnam. After the war, VVAW worked for improved services and benefits for Vietnam veterans. Included are records of the national office, which was located in New York City and then Chicago, documenting national programs and activities, especially participation in anti-war demonstrations and the Winter Soldier war crimes investigation, as well as support for the rights of active-duty G.I.s around the world and political prisoners such as the Gainesville Eight, Gary Lawton, Ashby Leach, and the Leavenworth Brothers. Of special note is correspondence with various incarcerated prisoners. In addition to records from the national office there are records created by three local chapters: Brooklyn-Northern New Jersey (later Clarence Fitch), Madison, and Milwaukee, all focusing on the post-Vietnam War period and primarily ... Read More
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Correspondence, journals, writing and research materials, illustrations, questionnaires, photographs, audiotapes, etc., of Betty Jean Lifton, children's author and adoption counselor and author.
New York Public Library
These materials consist of audio tapes, videotapes and films that were culled from the records and papers collected by the International Gay Information Center. They include audio recordings of interviews, meetings, lectures, radio and television shows, and live performances. There are also videotapes from the Open Channel cable show and several gay erotic films.
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers, mainly 1956-1970, of Leo Koch, a biologist and activist who participated in the anti-war, civil liberties, civil rights, and counterculture movements of the 1960s. Concerning his controversial dismissal from the faculty of the University of Illinois in 1960 for publicly condoning premarital sex are correspondence, reports, clippings, and hearing transcripts. Also included are correspondence, minutes, clippings, and press releases documenting many organizations with which he was involved such as the American Humanists Association, the Liberal Party (New York), New York League for Sexual Freedom, Rockland County (NY) Committee to End the War in Vietnam, the School of Living (Brookville, Ohio), and Veterans for Peace. Also included is personal correspondence, newsclippings, a diary and World War II service records, information concerning experiments with LSD, and draft and printed copies of writings on scientific and general topics.
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, press releases, writings, recordings of radio broadcasts, and photographs, relating to anti-Nazi and anti-communist movements in the U.S., U.S. foreign policy during the Cold War, and U.S.-German relations.
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Memoirs, correspondence, minutes, financial records, press releases, reports, interview transcripts, notes, lists, questionnaires, news dispatches, printed matter, and audiovisual material relating to civil liberties, political prisoners, and refugees, especially in Vietnam and Cambodia. Includes records of the Aurora Foundation, Amnesty International, and Humanitas.