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Robert Winston Papers

1929-1993
36 boxes (49.5 linear ft.)
Call no.: MS 452

An educator and activist, Robert M. Winston was born in New York city during the first wave of the baby boom and lived many of the principles associated with his generation. Winston became active in the civil rights and antiwar movements while a graduate student at Indiana University in the mid-1960s, working in cause while building his academic career. After being dismissed from a position at the University of New Hampshire for his antiwar activities, he moved on the UMass, where he earned a doctorate in education, serving as head of the Valley Peace Center at the same time. His activism continued into

The Winston Papers contain a dense assemblage of personal correspondence, subject files, posters, and audiovisual and printed materials documenting a career in social justice movements. The earliest materials in the collection stem from Winston's involvement in the civil rights movement in Indiana and his opposition to the war in Vietnam, including a surprisingly wide array of materials from left-oriented periodicals to antiwar newspapers printed for servicemen and women, and the collection documents the ups and downs of his academic career. Later materials touch on his interests in U.S. intervention in Central America during the 1980s, the prison-industrial complex, civil liberties, and environmental issues.

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Background on Robert Winston

"Life has taught me a few key lessons. Taking principled positions came at a very high price, but it developed my character immeasurably. It taught me humility, and gave me a modicum of wisdom, resiliency, compassion and empathy."

-- Bob Winston

Born during a Manhattan blackout on April 20, 1942, and raised in a middle-class home in suburban Great Neck, Long Island, the activist Robert M. Winston was the son of a non-practicing Orthodox Jewish father (Philip Winston) and Reform Jewish mother (Sylvia Wolrich).

Bob's initiation into politics came only gradually. Neither of his parents was particularly politically active, but both aligned with the left and were keenly aware of the impact of discrimination and social inequality. When applying to dental school, for instance, Philip changed the family name from Weinstein to Winston to avoid the anti-Semitism that permeated admissions. Like many liberal New Yorkers, Philip was a registered Republican, but he joined the Young People's Socialist League, and the red baiting repression of the McCarthy years only strengthened his political loyalties.

Bob's own political education began during the summers of 1952-1959, when he attended a Socialist summer camp at Deer Lake in Madison, Connecticut, and he entered college just as the wave of baby boomers was finding its political voice. After enrolling at Michigan State University, Winston transferred to the University of Michigan, where he received his BA in Political Science in 1964 -- the same year he married Janet Walerstein -- before continuing on for a doctorate in Government at Indiana University. In Bloomington, he was introduced to Students for a Democratic Society, though never becoming a member, and earned the dubious distinction of being attacked by FBI agents while protesting the university's refusal to recognize the Communist-affiliated W.E.B. Du Bois Club. Winston became an avid participant in the civil rights and the antiwar movements, but his activism was broad-based, influencing the course of his scholarship. Trained as a community organizer by Saul Alinsky, he worked against discrimination in housing and accommodations in the deplorable poverty in the Miller Drive neighborhood of Bloomington.

After Martin Luther King was attacked while protesting housing restrictions in Louisville, Kentucky, Winston and his wife led a contingent of forty IU students to join a protest and prayer meeting at the A.D. King Zion Baptist Church, and he continued on with King to a demonstration at Churchill Downs blocking access to the Kentucky Derby. Louisville soon became the focus of Winston's research. With the support of a Danforth fellowship, he launched a study of open housing initiatives and Black leadership in the city, but soon came to have misgivings about his work and the feeling that social science investigation exploited the conditions of the poor. Activism and academia were not easily reconciled, and within two years he abandoned the project.

Hired as a visiting lecturer in the Life Studies Interim Program of the Parallel Institute at the University of New Hampshire in 1969, Winston was poised for the next step on his career path. His pacifism and opposition to the war in Vietnam made him as popular with students as he was controversial with the administration. When the size of his class was reduced with no explanation, students reacted in sympathy by staging a mass sit-in, and his fellow faculty members were equally vocal in support: the heads of seventeen departments stepped down in protest. The end of the affair, however, was not rosy: while the administration backed off, Winston was forced to resign at the end of the year.

From Durham, Winston moved to Amherst, Mass., to become head of the Valley Peace Center. His position drew heavily on his activist past, calling on his skills at coordinating antiwar activity, offering draft counseling, and support for related social and political causes, and among other activities, he led a series of demonstrations at nearby Westover Air Base and served as the Western Massachusetts coordinator for the Indochina Peace Campaign initiated by Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda. Winston also returned to doctoral study, receiving his EdD at UMass Amherst in 1973 for a Marxist analysis of the community college and higher education system. He later continued his studies at the New York Institute of Radical Criminology and the Summer Institute for Race Relations at Fisk University.

Once again, activism and academia ran into conflict. While teaching at Greenfield Community College in 1972, Winston was arrested during a protest, and was summarily dismissed. To support his wife and three children, he worked a succession of manual labor jobs before once again landing on his feet. When the Center for Urban Education at UMass launched a program on career opportunities for minority paraprofessionals in 1975, Winston was tapped as Director of the Juvenile Justice Program, becoming involved with the contentious process of deinstitutionalization of the state's juvenile justice and mental health systems. He founded a community-based program, the Team Learning Center, to serve those populations, and although the program ended in 1980, he continued to provide care for delinquent youth through another organization he helped found, the Tri-County Youth Program. The TCYP was designed to settle delinquents in foster care, and for eight years, the Winston family themselves offered foster care.

When UMass opened its first prisoner education program for inmates in 1984, operating within the maximum security system, Winston was hired to become a Criminology and Justice Counselor, beginning a twelve year commitment to teaching political science to prisoners in Massachusetts and Connecticut. During this same time, he worked as Director of Drug Addiction Services for two cities, Springfield and Westfield, until 1987, when he left the Tri-County Youth Program and combined them, becoming the Director of Counseling Centers of Western Massachusetts. All the while, Winston continued with his academic commitments, serving as the Dean of Academic Affairs at Asnuntuck Community College in Enfield, Connecticut (1991-2003) and Manchester Community College (2003-2006) before accepting a position as Executive Director at the Bonnyvale Environmental Center in Brattleboro, Vermont, in 2006.

The struggle for social and environmental justice has remained a constant in Winston's life for nearly fifty years, drawing him into service with a wide range of organizations. Among other commitments, he has served on the boards of the Rosenberg Fund for Children (which provides support for targeted activists and their children), the Greensboro Justice Fund (offering grants to grassroots activism in the south), the Karuna Center for Peace Building (international training programs in conflict transformation, inter-communal dialogue, and reconciliation), the Performance Project (a theater group which works with prison inmates to create productions for fellow prisoners and the general public), Faculty for Israeli-Palestinian Peace (of which Winston served as a founding member), and Saving the Salamanders (founded by Winston to save an endangered salamander population). In 1991, Winston was awarded the President's National Merit Award for his environmental work.

Scope of collection

Documenting a life in pursuit of social justice, the Winston Papers include a rich assemblage of printed materials, subject files, and correspondence pertaining to the civil rights and antiwar movements of the 1960s and 1970s, as well as later movements relating to U.S. intervention in Central America, prisoner's rights, opposition to nuclear power, among many others. Included are significant runs of scarce periodicals, many dozens of pamphlets on political issues of the day, twenty-two posters, twenty LP records, and a faint, but unique audio recording of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking in Louisville.

The bulk of material relating to Winston, personally, relates to his activism in Louisville, Kentucky during the 1967 Open Housing Protest, and the controversy over his faculty position at the University of New Hampshire in 1969-1970.

Series descriptions

1950-1972
2 boxes

This series contains two boxes with seven folders containing correspondence, printed materials and ephemera from 1950-1970. Included are letters to "elected officialdom," e.g., Senators Al Gore, Eugene McCarthy and Vance Hartke. A unique source is an unsigned "letter of loyalty against communism" which was solicited from faculty by the UNH administration. There is also an audiotape of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from 1967.

1960-1981
7 boxes

This series contains over one hundred-fifty folders in eight boxes of printed materials, pamphlets, clippings, articles, newsletters, bulletins, and periodicals covering a wide range of topics and organizations. Arranged in A-Z order. Dates: 1942-1981, the bulk from 1960-1981.

1937-1990
10 boxes

This series consists of periodicals, including newsletters, journals, bulletins. A few single copies of publications may also be found in the Subject files.

This series holds 300 pamphlets from the years 1929-1993. Format ranges from two-page flyers to thin booklets. A-Z by author, if known, or by title. Subjects include: the labor movement, civil rights, racial issues, communism, political revolution, social and political activism, women's issues, the Vietnam War. Included: speeches by Fidel Castro and Mao Tse Tung; U.S. Congressional Hearings from the Committees on Un-American Activities and Internal Security, 1939-1975; Foreign Languages Publishing House Hanoi, Peking.

1954-1990
1 box

Inventory

Series 1. Personal
1950-1972
Songbook from Deer Lake Camp
Languages: Written in English, Hebrew, and Yiddish
ca. 1950
Box 1: 1
Correspondence to members of U.S. Congress
1965-1970
Box 1: 2

Also included are several reprints of the Congressional Record pertaining to U.S. involvement in Vietnam.

Printed material: Protest for Open Housing
1967
Box 1: 3-6

Printed material, ephemera and newspapers (primarily The Courier Journal) relating to the Protest for Open Housing in Louisville, Kentucky

King, Martin Luther: Audiotape: speech
1967 June 10
Box 1: 7

Recording of speech given at the Greater St. James A.M.E. Church.

Avaiable for listening on CD.

University of New Hampshire: Correspondence
1968-1970
Box 2: 1
University of New Hampshire: Newspaper clippings
1969
Box 2: 2

Newspaper articles of running debate between Winston and State Representative Peter Murphy (D-Dover) relating to Winston's classroom practices. Included are newspaper photos of Bob Winston.

University of New Hampshire: Correspondence, newspaper clippings and printed material
1969-1970
Box 2: 3-4

Correspondence, news clippings and printed material relating to the controversy over Winston's teaching position at the University of New Hampshire, 1969-1970.

University of New Hampshire: Printed material
1968-1972
Box 2: 5

University of New Hampshire publications, pamphlets and miscellaneous printed material related to the 1969 "Moratorium" protest against the Vietnam War and other anti-war activism. Includes the publications: Strike Daily, the New Hampshire and Armageddon, 1968-1972.

Series 2. Subject Files
1960-1981
7 boxes
African Liberation Movement
1960-1978
5 folders
Box 3

Newsclippings, printed material and publications, including LSM News, Mozambique Revolution and Southern Africa.

American Friends Service Committee
1969-1978
5 folders
Box 3

Printed material and publications include Quaker Service Bulletin, Thai Review, Indochina Program. More AFSC publications arranged by title in Series 3.

American Indian Movement (AIM)
1973-1977
Box 3

Printed material, Wounded Knee Commemoration, National American Solidarity Committee.

American Professors for Peace in the Middle East
1967-1968
Box 3

Newsletter, printed material.

Amnesty International
1967-1979
4 folders
Box 3

Printed material, journal, Matchbox, newsletter, Amnesty Action.

Another Mother for Peace (Mothers for Peace)
1967-1980
2 folders
Box 3

Newsletter and printed material.

Argentine Coalition of Boston
1978
Box 3

Printed material.

Armstrong, Karl: Defense Fund
1972
Box 3

Printed material

Association of Vietnamese Patriots in Canada
1973-1975
Box 3

Printed material and newsletters include: Vietnam News & Reports; News from Vietnam.

Atmore-Holman Brothers Defense Fund
1975
Box 3

Printed material.

Atmore-Holman Brothers Defense Fund
1974-1975
Box 3

Newsletter, Fight Back, printed material.

Attica Defense Committee
1972-1975
Box 3

Newsletter, Attica News, printed material.

Black Panther Party
1968
Box 3

Printed material.

Burchett Anti-War Chest
ca. 1975
Box 3

Printed material.

Campaign for a Democratic Foreign Policy
1975-1977
2 folders
Box 3

Newsletter.

Canadian Civil Liberties Union
undated
Box 3

Printed material.

Caucus for a New Political Science
1969-1970
Box 4

Newsletter, news clippings.

Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
1973-1979
Box 4

Newsletter, printed material.

Center for Constitutional Rights
undated
Box 4

Printed material.

Center for National Security Studies
1975-1980
Box 4

Center for National Security Studies.

Chicago Democratic Convention
1969
Box 4

Printed material.

Chile Newsletter
1974-1979
3 folders
Box 4
Chile Solidarity Committee
1973-1981
Box 4

Printed material, pamphlets.

Chile Today
1979-1981
Box 4

Printed material; from the office for political prisoners and human rights in Chile.

China
1942-1975
2 folders
Box 4

Printed material; pamphlets from Radical Education Project, Peking Review.

Civil Liberties Union, Massachusetts
1971
Box 4

Printed material.

Civil Rights
1966-1970
Box 4

Printed material.

Clergy and Laity Concerned
1967-1981
4 folders
Box 4

Newsletter, CALC Report, printed material.

Coalition to End Grand Jury Abuse
1976-1981
Box 4

Newsletter, publication, printed material, Grand Jury Report.

Coalition to Stop Funding War/Coalition for New Foreign Military Policy
1974-1981
4 folders
Box 4

Newsletters, Action Guides, publications, printed material.

Columbia University
1968
Box 4

News clippings, printed material re: protest demonstration.

Committee to Defend Carlos Feliciano
undated
Box 4

Printed material.

Committee to Defend Panthers
1970-1971
Box 4

Newsletter, printed material.

Committee to Free Martin Sostre
1975
Box 4

Printed material.

Committee to Free Morton Sobell
1967-1969
Box 4

Printed material, news clippings.

Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East
1971-1973
Box 4

Printed material.

Committee for Prisoner Support in Birmingham
1974-1975
Box 4

Printed material, CPSB newsletter.

Committee of Returned Volunteers
1968-1970
2 folders
Box 4

Printed material.

Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador
1981
Box 4

Printed material.

Communist Party, U.S.A.
1970
Box 4

Printed material.

Cuba
1965-1979
Box 4

News clippings, printed material.

The Defense Committee
1970-1972
Box 3

Newsclippings and printed material re: Harrisburg Eight et al.

Detroit Riots, 1967
1967
Box 3

Newspaper clippings: Detroit News, NY Times, Louis Lomax

Ella Ellison Support Committee
1974-1976
Box 3

Printed material

The Elements, A Journal of World Resources
1977-1979
Box 3

Newspaper, Nos. 29, 32-46

Fellowship of Reconciliation
1967-1980
2 folders
Box 3

Printed material, Fellowship newsletter

Female Liberation
1969-1971
1 folder
Box 3

Printed material

Fifth Estate
1973-1981
3 folders
Box 4

Printed material and, CounterSpy, the newsletter of CARIC, The Committee for Action/Research on the Intelligence Community, Vol. no.1-5; Vol. 2 issue 1-3; Vol. 3 no. 3-4; Vol. 4 nos. 1, 3, 4; Vol. 5. nos. 1-3

Friends of Indochina
1975-1978
2 folders
Box 4

Printed material, Friendshipment newsletter

Harrisburg 8
1970-1972
Box 4

Printed materials

Haymarket Peoples Fund
1978-1981
Box 4

Newsletters, 1979 annual report

Indochina
1970-1978
Box 4

Printed material

Indochina Peace Campaign
1974-1975
8 folders
Box 4

Printed material inc. Indochina Focal Point newspaper, organization newsletters, newsclippings

Indochina Bulletin, formerly the War Bulletin
1972-1973
Box 4

Newspaper

Indochina Research Center
1971-1979
5 folders
Box 4

Printed materials and publications including Indochina Chronicle/Southeast Asia Chronicle, Thoi-Baq Ga, US and Indochina

Indochina Solidarity Committee
1969-1975
2 folders
Box 4

Newsletter and printed material

Inez Garcia Defense Fund
1977
Box 4

Printed material

Institute of the Black World
1971-1976
Box 4

Monthly Report newsletter and printed material

International Committee to Free South Vietnamese Prisoners
1973-1977
Box 4

Printed material

Jewish Liberation Project
1968-1972
2 folders
Box 4

Printed material and periodical, Jewish Liberation Journal

Jewish Peace Fellowship
1968-1981
Box 4

Printed material

J.P. Stevens boycott
1977
Box 4

Printed material

July 4th Coalition (J4C)
1976
Box 4

Printed material

1969
Box 4

Kennedy, Robert Fitzgerald, assassination newsclippings

Kent State Legal Defense Fund
1971
Box 4

Printed material

Latin America (general)
1975-1977
Box 4

Printed material and pamphlets from The Radical Education Project

Leavenworth Brother Offense/Defense Committee
1974
Box 4

Printed material and newsletter

Martin Luther King, Jr. assassination
1969
Box 5

Newsclippings re: assassination, originals and copies.

Massachusetts Party Organizing Committee
1975-1977
Box 5

MPOC Bulletin, pamphlets and printed material

Medical Aid for Indochina
1973
Box 5

Printed material, pamphlets

Miami Convention Coalition
1972
Box 5

Printed material protesting war

Miscellaneous
1967-1976
3 folders
Box 5

Printed material re: Labor movement, peace and social change; obits. News clippings re: Watergate/JFK assassination 1973; Pamphlet and statement booklet from W.E.B. Du Bois Clubs Convention 1967

National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression
1974-1979
Box 5

Printed material, The Organizer newsletter Vol. 1 nos. 6,7; Vol. 2 nos. 1-5; Vol. 3 nos. 1-4; Vol. 4 nos. 1-6; Vol. 5 nos. 1-4; Vol. 6 no. 1

NARMIC (National Action/research on military industrial complex)
1969-1971
2 folders
Box 5

Newsletter, publications including a collection of essays, "Police on the Homefront"

National Campaign to Impeach Nixon
1973
Box 5

Printed material, poster, newsletter

National Coalition against the War, Racism and Repression
1970
Box 5

Printed material

National Commission to Re-Open the Rosenberg Case
1973-1975
Box 5

News clippings, printed material, newsletter

National Conference for New Politics
1965-1968
Box 5

Printed material, news clippings, New Politics News

National Committee for Universal and Unconditional Amnesty
1974-1978
2 folders
Box 5

NCUUA newsletter, printed material

National Emergency Civil Liberties Commission
1974-1981
2 folders
Box 5

Rights periodical, Bill of Rights Journal, printed material

National Lawyers Guild
1973-1974
Box 5

Printed material

National Mobilization Committee
1967-1973
3 folders
Box 5

Newsletters, publications, printed material re: protest against Vietnam War. Includes J. Edgar Hoover's open letter to college students

Nestle Boycott
1979
Box 5

Printed material

New American Movement
5 folders
Box 5

Printed material and publication of same name

New England Committee for Non-Violent Action
Box 5

Newsletter, Direct Action; printed material

New University Conference
1968-1972
6 folders
Box 6

Printed material and NUC Newsletter Vol. 3 nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10-17; Vol.4 nos. 1-6, 7, 9-17; Vol. 5 nos. 1-5-7

No Nukes
1974-1980
Box 6

Printed material, Western Mass newsletter, Ears Energy Catalog

Overthrow
1979-1981
Box 6

Newspaper

Pacific Rim Project
1973-1974
Box 6

Printed material, Pacific Imperialism Notebook

Palestine Solidarity Committee
1976-1980
Box 6

Printed material and periodical, Palestine! Vol.1 nos.2-4; Vol. 2 nos. 1, 2, 4, 5

The Peacemaker
1969-1978
4 folders
Box 6

Publication of the Peacemaker Movement Vol. 22. nos. 3, 5, 6, 13-15; Vol. 23 nos. 1-16; Vol. 24 nos. 1-15; Vol.25 nos.1-15; Vol.26 nos.1-15; Vol. 27 nos. 1-15; Vol.28 nos.1-15; Vol.29 nos.1-7; Vol. 30 nos.1-7; Vol.31 nos.1-5, 8, 10

People and the Pursuit of Truth
1964-1979
2 folders
Box 6

Publication, printed material, news clippings re: JFK assassination et al.

People's Anti-War Mobilization, P.A.M
1981
Box 6

Printed material, periodical

People's Bicentennial Commission
1975
Box 6

Periodical

People's Coalition for Peace and Justice
1971-1974
2 folders
Box 7

Printed material: 1971 May Day Peace March, Wash. D.C.; newsletter

People's Party
1974-1976
Box 7

Printed material, Grass Roots periodical

People's Peace Treaty
1971-1974
Box 7

Newsletter, printed material; newsclippings

Political Activity- University of Indiana
1965-1971
2 folders
Box 7

Printed material; local SDS newsletter; reference to W.E.B. Du Bois Clubs of America

Political Economy
1968-1971
Box 7

Printed material; pamphlets; news clippings

Political Prisoners
1968-1976
2 folders
Box 7

Printed material; newsletters; publications

Political Rights Defense Fund
1973-1974
Box 7

Printed material; publications; news clippings

Poverty in the US
1967-1982
Box 7

Printed materials; periodicals; news clippings

Promoting Enduring Peace, Inc.
1973-1981
3 folders
Box 7

Newsletter, printed material; reproductions of editorials

Puerto Rican Solidarity Committee
1974-1978
2 folders
Box 7

Printed material; bulletin Puerto Rico Libre

Quaker Action Group
1967-1970
Box 7

Printed material; newsletter

Racism
1968-1969
Box 8

Printed material

Radical Education Project
1969-1970
Box 8

Printed material; newsletter

RECON
1975-1976
Box 8

Newsletter; printed material Vol. 3 nos. 4-6, 8-12; Vol. 4 nos. 1-4

The Reporter
1974-1975
Box 8

Newsletter of National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors (NISBCO) Vol. 31 nos. 1-12; Vol. 32. nos. 1-12

Resist
1968-1980
4 folders
Box 8

Newsletter; printed material

Revolutionary Union
1974-1976
4 folders
Box 8

Newsletter, Revolution; Languages: English, Spanish

Safe Return Amnesty
1973-1977
Box 8

Printed material, publication Amnesty Report

San Quentin Six
1973
Box 8

Printed material

Saxe (Susan) Defense Fund
1976
Box 8

Printed material

Shoshana (Pat Swinton) Defense Committee
1975
Box 8

Printed material

Socialist Party USA 1970
1964-1970
Box 8

Printed material; newsletter, New America; 1970 convention minutes

Soledad Brothers Defense
1972
Box 8

Printed material

Southern Christian Leadership Conference
1966-1979
Box 8

Printed material; Martin Luther King

Southern Conference Educational Fund
1967-1978
3 folders
Box 8

Printed material, news clippings re: community organizing, voter registration

Southern Poverty Law Center
1974-1981
Box 8

Newsletter, Klanwatch Intelligence Report; printed materials

Southern Student Organization Committee
1968-1969
Box 9

Reproduced essays

Student Mobilization Committee
1971-1972
Box 9

Printed material; news clippings

Students for a Democratic Society
1966-1970
Box 9

The Port Huron Statement; CAW; New Left Notes Vol. 4 no.21, Vol. 5 no.13; and printed material

Supporters of Karen Silkwood
1975-1979
Box 9

Printed material

Union of Vietnamese in the U.S.
1973-1974
Box 9

Newsletter

United Farm Workers
1973-1975
Box 9

Printed material: Grape and Lettuce Boycott

Universities and Schools
1969-1971
4 folders
Box 9

Printed materials

University Radical Union
1971-1972
Box 9

Journal, Upstart

US-China People's Friendship Association
1974-1979
Box 9

Publication, China and Us; printed material

US Committee for Democracy in Greece
1967-1970
Box 9

Newsclippings, printed material; newsletter News of Greece

US National Student Association
1971-1972
Box 9

Newsletter

Valley Peace Coalition
1972-1973
Box 9

Photo of demonstrators and banner; printed material includes newsclipping with Bob Winston photo and interviews

Venceremos Brigade
1975-1978
Box 9

Newsletter, Venceremos

Vietnam
1960-1971
4 folders
Box 9

Printed material inc. edited drafts of Bob Winston's writings

War Resisters League
1967-1977
4 folders
Box 9

Newsletter, WRL News; printed material

War Tax Resistance
1970-1973
Box 9

Printed material includes periodical Tax Talk, 1970-1971

Weather Underground
1975
Box 9

Newsletters, Groundswell and Osawatomi; Prairie Fire

Workers Defense League
1969-1978
Box 9

Newsletter, WDL News; printed material

Series 3. Publications
1937-1990
10 boxes
About Face
1972
Box

Newsletter, U.S. Servicemen's Fund

African Agenda
1972
Single issue
Box 10

Periodical published by the African Solidarity Committee

Alert! Focus on Central America
1988-1990
2 folders
Box 10

Monthly newsletter, CISPES (Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador)

Alternative to Alienation
1974
Box 10

Periodical by a "Communal group in Toronto, Canada."

Amex, the American Expatriate in Canada
1970-1977
3 folders
Box 10

Periodical

Anti-Brass
undated
Box 10

Periodical, Information Center for Military Legal Problems

Armageddon
1969-1970
Box 10

University of New Hampshire student periodical

Asian Reports
1972
Box 10

Periodical from Dispatch News Service

Black Bart, the Outlaw Magazine
1973
Box 10

Periodical

The Bond
1970
Box 10

Newsletter, the Servicemen's Newspaper

Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars
1970-1978
9 folders
Box 10

Periodical

The Call
1973-1974
Box 11

Newspaper

Camp News
1970-1973
4 folders
Box 11

Newsletter, Chicago Area Military Project

Canadian Tribune
1972
Box 11

Newspaper

CAW!
1960s
Box 11

Periodical, Students for a Democratic Society

A Center Occasional Paper
1967-1968
Box 11

Journal, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

Civil Liberties
1970-1975
2 folders
Box 11

Publication, American Civil Liberties Union

Change
1970
Single issue
Box 11

Periodical

Chilean Resistance Courier MIR
1975-1978
Box 26

1978 July, Oct 8-9; 1977 Mar, July, nos.6-7; 1976 nos.3 -5; 1975 May, Nov nos. 1-2

Civil Rights Digest
1969
Box 11

Quarterly, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

Common Sense
1971
Box 11

Newsletter, Concerned Officers Movement

Communist International
undated
Box 26

1037 nos. 1-9, 12

Daily Word
1972
Box 11

Newspaper

Dispatch
1970-1972
2 folders
OS 1

Periodical from News Service International

Docket
1971-1974
2 folders
Box 11

Publication, Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts

Exit
1974
Box 11

Periodical, features photo essay on Vietnam.

Economic Notes
1971
Box 11

Monthly periodical of Labor Research Association

Fact:
1965
Box 11

Bimonthly periodical published by Fact magazine

Farmstead Magazine, Home Gardening and Small Farming
1977-1980
3 folders
Box 11

Quarterly periodical

Fellowship
1967
Box 11

Magazine, Fellowship of Reconciliation

First Casualty
1971
Single issue
Box 11

Periodical from the group "Vietnam Veterans Against the War"

GI Press Service
1970-1971
Box 11

Publication, Student Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam

Greenpeace
1987-1990
Box 11

Periodical, formerly Greenpeace Examiner

Greenpeace Examiner (also see Greenpeace)
1982-1986
Box 11

Periodical

Hard Times (also see MayDay)
1968-1970
3 folders
Box 11

Periodical

Honduras Update
1987
Box 11

Periodical, Honduras Information Center

I.F. Stone's Weekly
1965-1971
Box 12

2 folders

Imperialism
1967-1968
Box 12

Printed materials inc. pamphlets

Indochina Resource Center
1972-1975
2 folders
Box 12

Handbooks, Publications

Indochina Today
1974
Box 12

Periodical, Indochina Resource Center

Insurgent Sociologist
1971-1981
7 folders
Box 12

Quarterly, University of Oregon

International Socialist Review
1967-1971
Box 12

Periodical

Journal of Female Liberation, A
1969-1970
Box 12

Publication

Liberation News Service
1971-1973
OS 1

Periodical

Liberation
1968-1977
10 folders
Box 13

Periodical

Liberator
1970
Box 13

Periodical

Madre
1989
Single issue
Box 13

Periodical, English and Spanish

MayDay (also see Hard Times)
1968-1969
Box 13

Periodical

Memo
1970-1972
Box 13

Quarterly publication, Women Strike for Peace, and pamphlets

Mobilizer
1987
Single issue
Box 13

Periodical

Mother Jones
1980-1988
Box 13

Periodical

NACLA Report on the Americas
1983
Box 14

Bimonthly periodical, North American Congress of Latin America

Nation, The
1965
Box 14

Magazine, One Hundredth Anniversary Issue

New China
1977-1978
Box 14

Quarterly periodical published by the US-China Peoples Friendship Association

Negotiation Now! Bulletin
1967
Box 14

Newsletter

New Left Notes
1966-1970
5 folders
Box 14

Newsletter, Students for a Democratic Society

New Left Review
1971
Box 14

Periodical

New Politics, a journal of socialist thought
1968-1976
4 folders
Box 14

Quarterly publication

New Roots
1979-1981
Box 14

Periodical

New Times
1973
2 folders
Box 14

Periodical

News & Letters, 'The Root of Mankind is Man'
1967-1968
Box 14

Newspaper

99th Bummer
1971-1972
Westover AFB, Chicopee, Massachusetts
Box 14

Newsletter,

No More Teachers Dirty Looks
1973
Box 14

Periodical

Nuclear Times
1983-1987
Box 27

Periodical

Off Our Backs
1970
Box 14

Bi-weekly newsletter, A Women's Liberation

Pacific Research
1969-1980
4 folders
Box 14

Quarterly, Pacific Studies Center

PAK
1972-1973
Box 14

Newsletter

PAX, Peace Act Exchange
1973-1974
Box 14

Newsletter

The Pentagon Paper
1972
Box 14

Newsletter

Perceptions
1971
Box 14

Student literary quarterly, Southwest Minnesota State College

Political Affairs
1968
Box 14

Special issue, "The Battle for Black Liberation"

Probe, People's Revolt to Overthrow the Banking Establishment
undated
Box 14

Periodical, Issue no. 1

Progressive
1983
Box 14

Periodical

The Radioactivist
1989
Single issue
Box 14

Periodical, Clamshell Alliance News

Rage
1971-1972
Box 14

Newsletter, Marines Unite!

Ramparts
1965-1974, Index: 1963-1964
18 folders
Box 15

Periodical

Raw Truth
1971
Box 15

Newsletter, Reservists against the War

The Realist
1965-1971, incomplete
2 folders
Box 15

Periodical

Root and Branch, a Libertarian Socialist Journal
1970-1978
2 folders
Box 16

Periodical, pamphlets

Science for the People
1972-1975
Box 16

Bi-monthly

Seven Days
1975-1980 incomplete
4 folders
Box 16

Periodical

South Vietnam in Struggle
1970-1974
4 folders
OS 2

Newspaper of the Central Organization of South Vietnam, National Front for Liberation

Southern Exposure
1973-1978
6 folders
Box 16

Quarterly, Institute for Southern Studies. 1973 vol. no. 1, 3, 4 ; 1974 vol. 2 nos. 1-4; 1975 vol. 3 nos. 1, 4; 1976 vol. 4 nos. 1-4; 1977 vol. 5 no. 1; 1978 vol. 6 nos. 1-4

Southern Patriot (also see: Southern Struggle)
1965-1976
5 folders
Box 16

Periodical

Southern Struggle (also see: Southern Patriot)
1976-1980
2 folders
Box 16

Periodical

Studies on the Left
1961-1967
5 folders
Box 17

Bi-monthly publication

Tricontinental News Service
1974
Single issue
Box 17

Periodical, the "direct news link" to Asia, Africa and Latin America

Tumbril
1969-1970
Box 17

University of New Hampshire student publication

Underhanded History of the USA
1973
Box 17

Booklet, black/white version Radical America magazine, Vol.7, no.3

United States Apartheid Newsletter
1987
Box 17

Periodical on Africa from American Friends Service Committee

Valley Advocate
1988
Single issue
Box 17

News and arts weekly from Western Massachusetts

Vietnam Quarterly
1976
Box 17

Periodical

Viet Report
1965-1968
Box 17

Periodical

Vietnam Summer News
1967
Box 17

Newspaper

Village Voice
1968
Single issue
Box 17

Newspaper

Voice of Haiti
1973
Single issue
Box 17

Newsletter published by the Friends of Haiti

The Washington Spectator
1975-1976
Box 17

Newsletter

What's Left
1981-1982
Box 17

Newsletter, Western Mass. Labor/Community Support Network

Win, Peace and Freedom through Nonviolent Action
1967-1979
8 folders
Box 17

Periodical

With Abolafia
1968
Box 17

Quarterly

Women, A Journal of Liberation
1970-1974
3 folders
Box 17

Quarterly

Women's Issues
1971-1990
3 folders
Box 17

Newsletters and periodicals

Work Force
undated
Box 17

Working Class
1950s, 1960s
3 folders
Box 18

American labor movement; Printed material; pamphlets

Working Papers, for a New Society
1974-1983
6 folders
Box 18

Periodical

Workplace Democracy
1985-1987
Box 18

Periodical

World Student News
1968
Box 18

Periodical

Yahoo
1970
Box 18

Periodical, University of Massachusetts

Yester Times
1977-1978
3 folders
Box 18

Newspaper

Zeta Magazine
1987-1990
2 folders
Box 18

Periodical, The Institute for Social and Cultural Change

Politics and Society Nov. 1970-Summer 1974
undated
Box 20

Dissent
1954-1973
Box 20

1954, winter; 1964-67 incomplete, 1968; Jan/Feb, 1973, winter

Vietnamese Studies
1966-74
Box 20

Vols. 12, 18, 26, 28, 29, 33-35, 37-39

Series 4. Pamphlets and books
1929-1993
10 boxes
About the Constitution. From the National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee. Channing L. Bete Co.: Greenfield, Mass.
1972
Box
Allen, Charles Jr.: Concentration Camps USA.. From the The Citizens Committee for Constitutional Liberties. Marzani & Munsell: New York
1966
2 copies
Box
An Alternative media brochure. Times Change Press: Washington, NJ
1973
Box
Advertisements for periodicals.
Box
Aptheker, Herbert: The Negro Today.. Marzani & Munsell, New York
1962
Box
Basta! La Historia de Nuestra Lucha. Enough! The Tale of Our Struggle.. Farm Workers Press: Delano, Calif. 1966.
Box
Beal, Frances: Double Jeopardy: to be Black & Female.. Reprint from Black Women's Manifesto., Radical Education Project: Detroit
Box
Behind the Corporate Image. What General Electric did not say in its Annual Report.
Box
Report prepared by the GE Project, American Friends Service Committee
1972
Box
Benello, C. George: Wasteland Culture.. Reprinted from Sept. 1967 issue of Our Generation.. The Black Mountain Press: Corinth, Vermont
1967
Box
Bennett, Lerone Jr.: The Challenge of Blackness.. Black Paper No. 1, Institute of the Black World
1970
Box
Beyond the Color Line, 125th Anniversary Tribute to W.E.B. Dubois.. W.E.B. Du Bois Foundation: Amherst
1993
Box
Black & White. New England Free Press: Boston
undated
Box
Birmingham, People in Motion. Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights: Birmingham
1963
Box
Braden, Anne: House Un-American Activities Committee: Bulwark of Segregation. National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee: New York
1963
Box
Breitman, George: How a Minority Can Change a Society. Printed originally in the International Socialist Review 1964. Merit Publishers: New York
1966
Box
Breitman, George: Malcolm X, the Man and His Ideas. Pioneer Publishers: New York
1965
Box
Brown, Holmes and Don Luce: Hostages of War, Saigon's Political Prisoners. Indochina Mobile Education Project
1973
Box
Burchett, Wilfred: Ho Chi Minh an appreciation. The Guardian: New York
1972
Box
Burke, J.R.: The Coming Democratic Revolution
1967
Box
Callison, Bill: The Coming Revolution
1973
Box
Cannon, James P.: E.V. Debs, the Socialist Movement of His Time -- It's Meaning for Today. Merit Publishers: New York
1967
Box
Cannon, Terry: Vietnam, A Thousand Years of Struggle. Peoples Press: San Francisco
1969
Box
China Pictorial
1972
OS 2

24-page color piece.

Clayton, Ed: The SCLC story in words and pictures. Southern Christian Leadership Conference: Atlanta
1964
Box
Consider, These are the Days... Prepared by Five College Research Committee, Amherst MA
1970
Box
Crowell, Suzanne: Appalachian People's History Book. Southern Conference Educational Fund: Louisville
1971
Box
Cuba's Workers, Workers' Cuba 1969: Article is introduction to Revolutionary Politics and the Cuban Working Class by Maurice Zeitlin. Princeton University Press: Princeton
1970
Box
The Curse That Lingers, (a look at hunger in New Hampshire) . A study prepared by the Bureau of Educational Research and Testing Services
1969
Box
Davidson, Carl: The New Radicals in the Multiversity. SDS Print Shop: Chicago
1968
Box
Douglas, William O.: A Living Bill of Rights. From The One Nation Library pamphlet series. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith: New York
1961
Box
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. [et al] speak on the war in Vietnam. Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam
1967
Box
Evrard, Jim: 5 O'Clock World. The Bum Press
Box
Falk, Richard A.: The American POWs: Pawns in Power Politics. Reprinted from the March 1971 issue of The Progressive. The Black Mountain Press: Corinth, Vermont
1971
Box
The Fat Capitalist's Song on the Death of Che Guevara. Times Change Press: New York
1970
Box
Fight Racism! New England Free Press: Boston
1968
Box
Fighting Back! Attica Memorial Book 1974. Attica Now: Buffalo, NY
1974
Box
Forster, Arnold: Violence on the Fanatical Left and Right. Reprinted from Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 1966. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith: New York
1966
Box
Frank, Andre Gunder: Exploitation or Aid? U.S. -- Brazil Economic Relations. Radical Education Project: Ann Arbor
1963
Box
"Freedom Budget" for All Americans. A. Philip Randolph Institute: New York
1967
Box
Freedom Now. Published for the Socialists Workers Party. Pioneer Publishers. New York
1963
Box
Freeman, Harrop: One Nation, Indivisible. The Legal and Historical Case for Amnesty. A Fellowship Reprint
1972
Box
Garson, Barbara: Macbird! "The Play's the Thing wherein I'll Catch the Conscience of the King." Grassy Knoll Press: New York
1966
Box
Gliedman, John: Terror from the Sky. Vietnam Resource Center: Cambridge, Mass.
1972
Box
The Great Socialist Cultural Revolution in China. Pamphlet series, nos. 1,2,3,6,7. Foreign Languages Press. Peking
1966-1967
Box
Guide to Subversive Organizations and Publications. House Document No. 398. Committee on Un-American Activities: Washington
1962
Box
Hamber, Jill: Where It's At, A Research Guide for Community Organizing. New England Free Press: Boston
1967
Box
Hansberry, Lorraine: The Movement. Simon and Schuster: New York
1964
Box BOOKS
Harding, Vincent: Beyond Chaos: Black History and the Search for the New Land. Black Paper No. 2. Institute of the Black World: Atlanta
1970
Box
Harrington, Michael: American Power in the Twentieth Century. League for Industrial Democracy: New York
1967
Box
Harry Golden on Anti-Semitism, Jews, Christians, Race Relations, Negroes, Whites, Civil Rights, the South, the North, Social Action and some other matters [...]. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith: New York
1966
Box
Hayden, Tom: Vietnam, the Struggle for Peace. Indochina Peace Campaign: Santa Monica
1973
Box
House of Apartheid. From the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers. Polaroid Newsletter
1970
Box
Huberman, Leo: Notes on Left Propaganda. How to Spread the Word. Articles reprinted from Monthly Review 1950 New England Free Press: Boston, [no date]
undated
Box
Indochina 1971. A White Paper on Requirements for Peace in Southeast Asia. American Friends Service Committee: Philadelphia
1970
Box
In Their Own Words, A student appraisal of what happened after school desegregation. Southern Regional Council: Atlanta
1967
Box
Introducing Harvard. From the Cambridge Movement and the New American Movement et al.
1974
Box
Johnson, Giff: Collision Course at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands in the Shadow of the Bomb. Pacific Concerns Resource Center: Honolulu
1984
Box
Jones, LeRoi: Preface to a Twenty Volume Suicide Note... Totem Press in association with Corinth Books: New York
1961
Box
Justice for Huey P. Newton and the Black Panther Party. Committee for Justice for Huey P. Newton: Oakland
1974
Box
Kim Il Sung. New World Liberation Front: U.S.A
1970
Box
Kolko, Gabriel: Three Documents of the National Liberation Front. Beacon Press: Boston
1970
Box
Krushnic, Richard: Raytheon Company, Heart of the Massachusetts Military-Industrial Complex. University Christian Movement of New England. Cambridge
1971
Box
Lens, Sidney: Revolution and Cold War. From the series "Beyond Deterrence." Peace Literature Service
1962
Box
Leo Huberman. A Memorial Service and Meeting of Friends. Monthly Review Press: New York
1968
Box
Leon Trotsky on Black Nationalism and Self-Determination. Merit Publishers: New York
1967
Box
Littauer, Raphael and Norman Uphoff, eds.: The Air War in Indochina Beacon Press: Boston
1972
Box
Lin Piao: Long Live the Victory of People's War! Foreign Languages Press: Peking
1965
2 copies
Box
Malcolm X: Malcolm X on Afro-American History. Betty Shabazz and Merit Publishers: New York
1967
Box
Malcolm X: Malcolm X, Talks to Young People. Young Socialist: New York
1966
Box
Mandel, Ernest: The Revolutionary Student Movement, Theory and Practice. Young Socialist Alliance: New York
1969
Box
Martin Luther King, Jr. The Journey of a Martyr. Award Books: New York
1968
Box
McCarthy, Eugene: First Things First, New Priorities for America. The New American Library: New York
1968
Box
Mao Tse-Tung: Lectures and essays, 8 pamphlets. Foreign Languages Press: Peking
1965-1967
Box
Milgram, Stanley: The Compulsion To Do Evil. The Black Mountain Press: Corinth, Vermont
1967
Box
Montague, Peter: Racial Discrimination at Indiana University, A Report on Fraternities and Sororities.
Box
Students for a Democratic Society: Bloomington
1967
Box
Muse, Benjamin: Louisville. A Special Report. Southern Regional Council: Atlanta
1964
Box
Neighborhoods. Where Human Relations Begin. Southern Regional Council: Atlanta
1967
Box
New Chile. North American Congress on Latin America: Berkeley
1973
Box
Oglesby, Carl: Trapped in a System. Students for a Democratic Society: Chicago
1965
Box
Norwin, W.P.: Notorious Case of Sacco and Vanzetti. Little Blue Book No. 1378. Haldeman-Julius Publications
1929
Box
Opium Trail, Heroin and Imperialism. Written with support from the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars. New England Free Press: Boston
1972
Box
Outlaws of Amerika, communiques from the weather underground. Liberated Guardian: New York
1971
Box
Paul Baran on Marxism. Reprinted from the Nov. 1958 issue of Monthly Review. New England Free Press: Boston, [no date]
undated
Box
Peace Directory. Glenn of Providence.
1965
Box
Pentagon Papers Digest. Produced by the Indochina Information Project
1970
Box
Pettigrew, Thomas F.: Racially Separate or Together? Reprinted from Journal of Social Issues Vol. 25, no.1. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith: New York
1969
Box
PLP, A Critique. [Progressive Labor Party] Reprinted from The Old Mole. The Radical Education Project: Detroit
1969
Box
Political Participation. A Report of the United States Commission of Civil Rights. U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington
1968
Box
President Ho Chi Minh Answers President L.B. Johnson. Foreign Languages Press: Hanoi
1967
Box
Primary Issues. Published by Tom Hayden for U.S. Senate campaign
1975
Box
Prisoners of Conscience in the USSR: Their Treatment and Conditions. Amnesty International Press: London
1975
Box
Programme of Action of the Neo Lao Haksat. Reprint.
1964
Box
Prokosch, Eric: The Simple Art of Murder. NARMIC: Philadelphia
1972
Box
The Red Lantern, A Peking Opera with a Revolutionary Theme. Foreign Languages Press: Peking
1966
Box
Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. Summary of Report. Reprinted from Bantam Books:
1967
Box
Russell, Philip: Cuba in Transition. Armadillo Press: Austin
1972
Box
Rustin, Bayard: The Anatomy of Frustration. Anti-Defamation league of B'nai B'rith: New York
1968
Box
Rustin, Bayard: Fear Frustration Backlash. The New Crisis in Civil Rights. Jewish Labor Committee: New York
1966
3 copies
Box
Rustin, Bayard: A Way Out of the Exploding Ghetto. League for Industrial Democracy: New York
1967
Box
Scrapping the War Machine or How to Turn the Anti-War Movement into a Socialist Movement. National Caucus of SDS Labor Committees
1968
Box
Schesch, Adam: An Outline History of Vietnam
1968
Box
Shipler, David K.: Torture in South Vietnam -- an American Responsibility? New York Times
1974
Box
The Silent Slaughter, the role of the United States in the Indonesian massacre. Youth Against War and Fascism: New York
1966
Box
Slater, Giuseppi R., Doug Kitt, et al.: The Earth Belongs to the People. Peoples Press: San Francisco
1970
Box
Slum Ghettos in Your Town. Southern Regional Council: Atlanta
1967
Box
Snapshots of Life of Captured U.S. Pilots in the Detention Camps of the D.R.V.N. Published by The Vietnam Committee for Solidarity with the American People
Box
South Vietnam. British Vietnam Committee: London
1967
Box
South Vietnam, U.S. defeat inevitable. Speech by Gen. Van Tien Dung, VPA Chief of General Staff. Foreign Languages Publishing House: Hanoi
1967
Box
Southworth, Gayle: An Introduction to Capitalism: Four Lectures on Marxian Economics. Radical America: Cambridge, MA
1971
Box
Speech by Lawyer Nguyen Huu Tho, President of the Presidium of the C.C. of the South Viet Nam National Front for Liberation on the occasion of the 5th founding anniversary of the N.F.L. Liberation Editions: South Vietnam
1965
Box
Stanfield, J. Edwin: "In Memphis: Tragedy Unaverted." Supplement to Special Report, Southern Regional Council, Inc.
1968
Box
Sweezy, Paul: Marx and the Proletariat. New England Free Press: Boston
1967
Box
The Third Force in South Vietnam. NARMIC
1975
Box
A Time to Heal, the Effects of War on Viet Nam, Laos, Cambodia and America. Indochina Peace Resource Center: Washington, DC
1976
Box
Support the Chilean Resistance / Viva la heroic lucha del pueblo Chileno.
1974
OS 2

Printed by Movement of the Revolutionary Left, MIR Woodblock (two-color) illustration, photographs incorporated in 13 page publication.

To Establish Justice, to Insure Domestic Tranquility. Reprint of the Introduction and Summary of Recommendations from the Final Report of the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence. Award Books: New York
1970
Box
Vernon, Robert: The Black Ghetto. Pioneer Publishers: New York
1965
Box
Vernon, Robert and George Novack: Watts and Harlem. The Rising Revolt in the Black Ghettos. Pioneer Publishers: New York
1965
Box
Vietnam.
1974
OS 2

Illustrated pictorial work.

Vietnam Conflict: protests
Box
Vietnam Conflict: rallies
Box
Voices from Inside, 7 Interviews with Attica Prisoners. Great Jones Printing Company
undated
Box
Walker, Margaret: How I Wrote Jubilee. Third World Press: Chicago
1972
Box
War Incorporated. The Complete Picture of the Congressional Military Industrial University Complex. Student Research Facility: Berkeley
1970
Box
We are Attica, Interviews with Prisoners of Attica. Attica Defense Committee: New York
undated
Box
Wei Min She Labor Committee: Chinese Working People in America. United Front Press: San Francisco
1974
Box
Whitney, Norman J.: Experiments in Community. Pendle Hill Pamphlet 149. Pendle Hill Publications: Wallingford, PA
1966
Box
Why Do We Spend So Much Money? Popular Economics Press: Somerville, Ma.
1973
Box
Wilcox, Laird M.: Guide to the American Right. U.S. Directory Service: Kansas City
1970
Box
Wiley, Brad: Historians and the New Deal. New England Free Press: Boston
undated
Box
Will We Use the Plague as a Weapon? Massachusetts Political Action for Peace, American Friends Service Committee
Box
Winston, Henry: Negro-White Unity. New Outlook Publishers: New York
1967
Box
Women Under Torture. Indochina Peace Campaign: Santa Monica
1973
Box
Yanque Dollar, the Contribution of U.S. Private Investment to Underdevelopment in Latin America. Published by North American Congress on Latin America
1971
Box
Yippie National Spring Convention. Flyer.
1979
Box
Zimmerman, Bill and Len Radinsky et al.: Towards a Science for the People. Reprinted from the article "Science for the People" printed in the March 1972 issue of Liberation. People's Press: Brookline
1972
Box
Series 5. Audio-visual
1954-1990
1 box
33 1/3 LP records
Audio

Subjects: Cuba, political; Chile, political Victor Jara; Folk songs, political: Pete Seeger; Holly Near, Bright Morning Star, Freedom Singers

Various artists: Posters
1978
17x23, color, on foamboard
Poster
(1-9)

"Original art based on quotations of labor themes from an exhibition by 1199's Bread and Roses Cultural Project"

Poster: "May day -- May 1-7, Washington DC"
1971
16x25, color, paper
Poster
(10)

Students and Youth for a Peoples Peace

Poster: Ganienkeh 13 May 1974
1974
17x29, multicolor woodcut
Poster
(11)

Native American Solidarity Committee and Amherst Cultural Workers Collective, 1976

Poster: Student Onion Seeds
18x27
Poster
(12)

Multi-color, from woodcut, paper. Student Organization Project

Poster: Vietnam Summer 1967
1967
16x26, color, matted, stapled to heavy board
Poster
(13)

Subj: Woman in terror, running, holding baby

Poster: Nixon and LBJ et al
1968
17x23 ink drawing, b/w, thin paper,
Poster
(14)

Subj: Parody of the Creation by Michelangelo, Sistene Chapel

Poster: "Viva La Causa"
undated
Poster
(15)

Impiglia, Giancarlo: Poster: June 12 / March & Rally, New York, N.Y.
1982
18x25, mounted on foamboard
Poster
(16)

Amherst Cultural Workers Collective: Poster: "The Liberty Tree"
1976
17x24, color, woodcut
Poster
(17)

Native American Resistance

Carter, Bruce: Poster: "1890 / We Remember / 1993"
1993
16x23, b/w, glossy paper
Poster
(18)

Stella, Frank: Poster: "Where will the children play"
1973
18x24, color, original woodcut
Poster
(19)

Limited ed. 1/20

Poster: Nat'l Hard Times Conference, Chicago, Jan 30-Feb 1
1976
17x22, color, loose, foam back w/ripped plastic sheeting
Poster
(20)

Poster: "A Luta Continua / The Struggle Continues / Angola"
15x21, color, woodcut, poster glued at top to foamboard.
Poster
(21)

May Day Collective: Poster: "If government won't stop the war. . ." May Day / May 1-7 / DC
15x22, color, woodcut
Poster
(22)

Administrative information

Access

The collection is open for research.

Provenance

Acquired from Robert Winston, 2005.

Processing Information

Processed by Beth Bergman, 2005.

For materials related to the Winston Collection, see:

  • Valley Peace Center Records, 1967-1973

Language:

English

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Cite as: Robert Winston Papers (MS 452). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

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Subjects

  • Alinsky, Saul David, 1909-1972
  • Amherst (Mass.)--History
  • Civil rights movement
  • Draft--United States--History
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
  • Peace movements--Massachusetts
  • Rosenberg, Ethel, 1915-1953
  • Rosenberg, Julius, 1918-1953
  • Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.)
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements

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  • Winston, Robert. [main entry]

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