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Billy James Hargis Papers (MC 1412)

Series II

Domestic Policy and Issues

Boxes 6-82

This series includes topics related to domestic policy, including government and politics; liberal and left wing materials; conservative and right wing materials; materials related to education; materials related to social issues; and materials related to religion. A final group of “Miscellaneous Materials” includes items that do not readily fall into one of the preceding categories.

Subseries 5. Social Issues

The first section of this subseries focuses on race, and includes materials related to African Americans, the civil rights movement, and Hispanics; also included are materials on racist organizations. The second section focuses on women’s issues and organizations. The third section includes materials on families and the changing sexual morality of the 1960s and 1970s. This is followed by sections on the 1960s counterculture; drug and alcohol abuse; crime and law enforcement; and health care. The final section includes materials on poverty. The terms “Racial Balance” and “Racial Agitation” were used by the Christian Crusade to file materials related to racial quotas, busing, and the activities of supporters of the civil rights movement; they are retained below and designated by quotation marks.

Box 54 African Americans and Civil Rights
  1. Affirmative Action, 1974.
  2. African Americans (AA), 1964-1965.
  3. AA–Anti-Semitism, 1968-1969.
  4. AA–Businessmen, 1963-1970.
  5. AA–Candidates and Office Holders, 1971.
  6. AA–Communism, 1951.
  7. Afro-American Manifesto, n.d.
  8. Black Family–United States Department of Labor, 1965.
  9. Black Nationalist Movement, 1963-1973.
  10. Black Power (BP), 1966-1967.
  11. BP, 1968-1971.
  12. Black Resettlement in Africa, 1939, 1957, 1965.
  13. Black Resettlement, Peace Movement in Ethiopia, 1965.
  14. Black Separatism, 1969.
  15. Civil Disobedience, 1965-1969.
  16. Civil Rights (CR), 1928, 1937, 1948, 1956-1961.
  17. CR, 1963.
  18. CR, 1964.
  19. CR, 1965.
  20. CR, 1966-1967.
  21. CR, 1968-1975.
  22. CR, 1977.
  23. CR–14th Amendment, 1963-1967.
  24. CR–Pamphlets, 1963-1966.
  25. CR–Pamphlets, 1963-1966.
  26. Civil Rights Act, National Citizens Committee, 1963.
  27. Ebony Magazine, “The Acceptable Negro,” April 1966.
  28. Equal Rights Under the Law, 1951.
  29. Fair Employment–Monroe Berger, 1952.
  30. Fair Employment Practice Act, 1947-1951.
  31. Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC)–General Materials.
  32. FEPC, 1945-1952.
  33. FEPC–Clippings, 1945, 1949.
  34. FEPC–Clippings, 1950.
  35. FEPC–Clippings, 1951.
  36. FEPC–Clippings, 1952-1953.
  37. FEPC–Clippings, n.d.
  38. James W. Ford and James W. Allen–The Negroes in a Soviet America (1935).
  39. Integration and Segregation (IS)–1947, 1959-1969.
  40. IS–African Americans, Pro-Segregation, 1955, 1963.
  41. IS–Anne Braden, House Un-American Activities Committee, 1963.
  42. IS–Communists, 1955-1962.
  43. IS–Fraternities, 1949-1952.
  44. IS–Georgia Schools, 1947.
  45. IS–Abraham Lincoln as a Segregationist, 1946-1977.
  46. IS–Pro-Segregation Pamphlets, 1954-1959.
  47. IS–Racist Apologetics, 1957.
  48. IS–Religious Justification, 1956-1963.
  49. IS–Washington, D.C., 1952, N.D.
  50. Lynching–Anti-Lynching Bill, 1950.
  51. March on Washington, August 28, 1963.
  52. Miscegenation, 1963, 1967.
  53. Non-Violent Protests (NVP)–Sit-ins, 1961-1964, 1969.
  54. NVP–Stall-ins, 1964.
  55. Race Relations–History, 1963.
  56. “Racial Agitation” (RA), 1907, 1928, 1944.
  57. RA, 1954-1963.
  58. RA, 1964-1969, 1976-1978.
  59. RA, n.d.
  60. “Racial Balance” (RB) 1957, 1963-1965.
  61. RB, 1966-1968.
Box 55 African Americans and Civil Rights
  1. “Racial Balance” (RB), 1969.
  2. RB–Desegregation and Busing, 1970.
  3. RB–Desegregation and Busing, 1971.
  4. RB–Desegregation and Busing, January- March 1972.
  5. RB–Desegregation and Busing, April- December 1972.
  6. RB–Desegregation and Busing, 1973-1975.
  7. RB–Desegregation and Busing, 1978.
  8. RB–Desegregation and Busing, Americans for Constitutional Justice (San Diego), 1969.
  9. RB–North Carolina, 1971.
  10. RB–Oklahoma City, 1968-1975.
  11. RB–Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1966-1970.
  12. RB–Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1971.
  13. RB–Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1972-1974.
  14. Racial Preferences, 1964-1975.

“Racial Riots, Violence, and Terrorism”

  1. 1951, 1963- May 1964.
  2. June- September 1964.
  3. 1965-1966.
  4. January- July 1967.
  5. August-December 1967.
  6. 1968.
  7. 1969-1971.
  8. Investigations, 1967-1968.
  9. Investigations–Presidential Commission, 1967-1969.
  10. League for Industrial Democracy Occasional Papers, 1966, 1968.
  11. Poverty Workers, 1967.
  12. Publications–Phillip Abbott Luce, “Road to Revolution,”January 1968.
  13. Publications–New York Newspaper Reports, July 1964.
  14. Publications–Albert C. Persons, Riot! (1965).
  15. Publications–Marion E. Walker, Black Rebellion (1968).
  16. Welfare State, 1966-1968.
  17. Zebra Murders, 1972-1974.

“Racial Riots, Violence, and Terrorism”–By State

  1. California–Los Angeles, Watts Riot , August 1965.
  2. California–Los Angeles, Watts Riot, September 1965-1967.
  3. District of Columbia, 1968.
  4. Illinois–Chicago, 1964-1969.
  5. Kentucky–Louisville, 1954, 1968.
  6. Michigan–Detroit, 1943, Life Magazine Feature.
  7. Michigan–Detroit, 1967.
  8. New Jersey–Newark, 1967-1968.
  9. New York–Rochester, July 1964.
  10. Ohio–Cleveland, 1966-1968.
  11. South Carolina–Orangeburg, 1968, 1970.
  12. Tennessee–Memphis, 1968, 1971.
  13. Wisconsin–Milwaukee, 1967.

African Americans and Civil Rights

  1. Urban Renewal, 1936, 1948, 1955-1963.
  2. Urban Renewal, 1964-1973.
  3. Urban Renewal–Department of Urban Affairs, 1961-1978.
  4. Voting Rights, 1964-1975.
  5. Voting Rights Bill, 1965-1975.
Box 56 African Americans and Civil Rights—Individuals and Organizations
  1. Ralph David Abernathy, 1968-1973.
  2. African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1950.
  3. African American Student Union, 1967-1969.
  4. Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay), 1968-1978.
  5. America’s Conscience Fund, 1969.
  6. Louis Armstrong, 1957.
  7. Association of Black Social Workers, 1967-1969.
  8. James Baldwin, 1963-1972.
  9. Harry Belafonte, 1955, 1965.
  10. Abner W. Berry, 1937, 1957.
  11. Nagene C. Bethune, 1947-1954.
  12. Black Arts Theater (Harlem), 1966.
  13. Black Congress, 1969.
  14. Black Liberation Army, 1972-1974.
  15. Black Liberators, 1969.
  16. Black Methodists for Church Renewal, 1969.
  17. Black Muslims, 1961-1964.
  18. Black Muslims, 1965-1975.
  19. Black Muslims–Hanafi Muslim Center, 1973.
  20. Black Panthers (BP), 1967-1969.
  21. BP–1970.
  22. BP–1971-1973.
  23. BP–Breakfast Program, S. Herman Blake, 1970.
  24. BP–Eldridge Cleaver, 1968-1978.
  25. BP–Robert S. Collier, 1969.
  26. BP–Emergency Conference Committee, 1970.
  27. BP–Huey Newton, 1968-1971, 1973.
  28. BP–Revolutionary People’s Constitutional Convention, 1970.
  29. BP–Bobby Seale, 1969-1973.
  30. Black Student Union, 1969.
  31. Black United Front, 1968-1970.
  32. Earl Brown, 1940, 1949-1953.
  33. H. Rap Brown, 1967-1973.
  34. Mrs. Williana Burroughs, 1945.
  35. Sidney Butler, 1969.
  36. Stokely Carmichael, 1966-1977.
  37. Committee on Civil Rights Legislation, 1946-1951.
  38. Conference for the Protection of Civil Rights, 1936.
  39. Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), 1968-1970.
  40. CORE, 1973.
  41. Congress on Civil Rights, 1946.
  42. Bill Cosby, 1968.
  43. Chester Davis–Committee for International Student Cooperation in the United States, 1950.
  44. Angela Davis, 1969-1975.
  45. Deacons for Defense and Justice, 1965.
  46. Douglas House Foundation, 1968.
  47. W.E.B. DuBois, 1948-1951, 1961-1973.
  48. W.E.B. DuBois Club, 1964-1968.
  49. Billy Eckstine, n.d.
  50. Medgar Evers Fund, 1969-1970.
  51. Federal Council of Churches/National Council of Churches, 1944-1952, 1957.
  52. Fisk University, 1952.
  53. Foundation for Integrated Education, 1948-1952.
  54. Freedom Riders, 1960-1962.
  55. Fund for Racial Equality, 1967-1968.
  56. Alex Haley–Roots, 1977.
  57. Julius Hobson Act, 1967.
  58. Institute of Race Relations, 1946.
  59. Intercollegiate Unity Council to End Discrimination, 1947.
  60. Jesse Jackson, 1977.
  61. Judyann Jonsson, 1969.
  62. Percy L. Julian, 1962.
  63. Martin Luther King (MLK), 1961, 1963, 1967.
  64. MLK–Curtis B. Dall, 1968; James M. Lawson, 1961; Jack H. O’Dell, 1962.
  65. MLK–National Student Strike, 1967.
  66. MLK–James Earl Ray, 1968-1974.
  67. MLK–Wiretapping, 1969.
  68. Laubach Literary, Inc., 1968.
  69. Law Students Civil Rights Research Council–Pro Bono Publico, n.d.
  70. Claude Lightfoot, 1951-1955, 1965.
  71. Louis Lomax, 1966-1969.
  72. Joe Louis, 1972.
  73. Malcolm X, 1967-1972.
  74. Earl W. Mann, 1950.
  75. Charlene Mitchell, 1968.
  76. National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, 1973-1975.
  77. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 1940, 1945, 1955-1961.
  78. NAACP, 1962-1967.
  79. NAACP, 1968-1973.
  80. NAACP–Committee for Justice in the Christianii Case, 1952.
  81. NAACP–The Crisis, October 1964.
  82. NAACP–Critics, 1947-1966.
  83. NAACP–Paul Moore, Jr., 1966.
  84. NAACP–Walter White, 1948-1952.
  85. NAACP–Roy Wilkins, 1966-1972.
Box 57 African Americans and Civil Rights—Individuals and Organizations
  1. National Black Silent Majority Committee, 1970-1972.
  2. National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1970.
  3. National Committee of Black Churchmen, 1969.
  4. National Committee on Tithing and Investment, 1967.
  5. National Conference on Black Power–Nathan Wright, Jr., 1967-1969.
  6. National Sharecroppers Fund, 1967-1974.
  7. National Urban Coalition, 1970-1973.
  8. National Urban League (NUL), 1950-1975.
  9. NUL–Whitney M. Young, Jr., 1967-1971.
  10. Negro-American Nationalist March, 1941.
  11. New Republic of Africa, 1969.
  12. Channing Phillips, 1968.
  13. Poor People’s Campaign (PPC), 1966-1969.
  14. PPC–James Bevel, 1968.
  15. Jacob S. Potofsky, 1950.
  16. Race Relations Reporter (Nashville, TN), January 1972-March 1973 (scattered issues).
  17. Phillip A. Randolph (PAR), 1946-1948, 1961-1973.
  18. PAR–League for Non-Violent Civil Disobedience Against Military Segregation, n.d.
  19. Revolutionary Action Movement, 1964-1973.
  20. Paul Robeson (PR), 1940-1952, 1963, 1973.
  21. PR–Peekskill, New York, 1949-1953.
  22. Jackie Robinson, 1969-1972.
  23. James H. Robinson, 1952.
  24. Bayard Rustin, 1953, 1963-1972.
  25. Albert Sampson, 1978.
  26. Scholarship, Education, and Defense Fund for Racial Equality, 1967-1971.
  27. Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 1962-1967.
  28. SCLC, 1968-1972.
  29. SCLC–Mike Bibler, 1965.
  30. SCLC–Newsletter, Vol. II, No. 11, June-July, ca. 1965.
  31. Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), 1952-1962.
  32. SCEF, 1963-1970.
  33. SCEF–Fred Shuttlesworth, 1963-1965.
  34. Southern Conference for Human Welfare, 1945-1949.
  35. Southern Regional Council, 1949, 1957-1971.
  36. Southern States Industrial Council, 1968, 1969.
  37. Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), 1962-1971.
  38. Mrs. Lottie V. Taylor–“The Negro in this Atomic Age,” n.d.
  39. Channing Tobias, 1952-1953.
  40. United Fund–Black Colleges, 1949.
  41. United Negro College Fund, 1950-1952.
  42. Cora Walker, 1964.
  43. Donald Warden, 1961-1964.
  44. Booker T. Washington–R. O’Hara Lanier, 1950.
  45. Josh White, 1941-1950.
  46. Hosea Williams, 1966-1971.
  47. Robert Franklin Williams (RFW), 1964-1971.
  48. RFW–The Crusader, May-June 1964; October 1967-Summer 1969 (scattered issues).
  49. World Fellowship, Inc., (Conway, New Hampshire), 1951.
  50. William Worthy, 1962, 1964.

African Americans and Civil Rights—By State, Alabama

  1. Civil Rights, 1963.
  2. Committee for Equal Justice for Recy Taylor, 1944.
  3. “Racial Agitation–Alabama Invasion,” 1963-1965.
  4. Segregation–Alabama, Florida, Georgia, 1961-1974.
  5. Selma–Civil Rights, 1964-1965.
  6. Selma Inter-Religious Project, 1969.
  7. Southwest Alabama Farmers Cooperative Association, 1969.

Arkansas

  1. Wiley Branton, 1965, 1963.
  2. Civil Rights and Segregation, Arkansas, 1954, 1964.
  3. University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, “Dixie”, 1969.

California

  1. Community Alert Patrol, Los Angeles, 1967.

Delaware

  1. New Castle Industrial Training Center, 1968.

District of Columbia

  1. 1965-1978.
  2. Segregation, 1954, 1969.
  3. Sterling Tucker, 1969.

Florida

  1. Civil Rights, 1963.
  2. St. Augustine, 1962-1964.
  3. St. Augustine–Mrs. C.M. Lance, 1964.

Illinois

  1. Cairo–United Front, 1971.
  2. Chicago–African Americans in Unions, 1946.
  3. Chicago–Gangs, De Mau Mau, 1972.
  4. Segregation, 1969, 1977.

Kentucky

  1. Carl and Anne Braden, 1954-1974.

Louisiana

  1. Civil Rights, 1962.
  2. Larry Cooper, 1969.
  3. Segregation–New Orleans, Catholic Church, 1962.

Massachusetts

  1. American Baptists and Others United Against Racism and Imperialism–Fire, 1968.
  2. James Reuben Reid, 1968-1969.

Minnesota

  1. Afro-American Action Committee, 1969.

Michigan

  1. George W. Crockett, Jr., 1969.

Mississippi

  1. Civil Rights, 1955, 1969.
  2. The Community Citizen (New Albany), January 1963.
  3. Friends of the Mississippi Project, 1964-1967.
  4. James Meredith, 1963-1972.
  5. Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1965-1968.
  6. “Racial Agitation–Mississippi Invasion,” 1962-1965.
  7. “Racial Agitation–Mississippi Invasion, Disappearance of Agitators,” 1964.
  8. Segregation–Tom P. Brady, 1954-1969.
  9. Emmett Till, 1955.

New York

  1. Civil Rights, 1971.
  2. Charles A. Collins, 1946.
  3. Ray Crabtree, 1965.
  4. Thomas Matthew, 1967-1968.
  5. Rhody McCoy, 1968.
  6. New York City (NYC)–African American Parade, 1972.
  7. NYC–Albert J. Bayer, 1952.
Box 58 African Americans and Civil Rights By State–New York
  1. NYC–Father Divine, The Spoken Word, March-April 1936.
  2. NYC–Employment and Education Fairs in Science, 1953.
  3. NYC–Harlem, 1964.
  4. NYC–Harlem Black Arts Theater, 1965-1966.
  5. NYC–Mobilization for Youth, 1964-1967.
  6. NYC–Progressive Labor Party, Harlem Branch, 1966.
  7. NYC–Segregation, 1961, 1964.
  8. Rochester–Freedom Integration God Honor Today (FIGHT), 1967.
  9. Stuyvesant Town, 1950.

North Carolina

  1. Howard Lee, 1969.
  2. Monroe Defense Committee, 1964.

Ohio

  1. Civil Rights, 1969.

Oklahoma—Tulsa

  1. Black Panther Party, 1969-1970.
  2. Congress of Racial Equality, 1964-1968.
  3. Organization for a Better Oklahoma, 1967.
  4. University of Oklahoma Law School, 1948.
  5. Washington High School Case, 1972-1973.

South Carolina

  1. Davis Lee, 1959-1964.
  2. The Herald (Anderson), June 1964.
  3. Time Magazine, 1962.

Tennessee

  1. Atomic Energy Committee–Oak Ridge, Segregation, 1949.

Texas

  1. University of Texas Negro Branch, 1948/Texas Voters for the Constitution, 1960-1961.

Virginia

  1. Civil Rights and Integration, 1948, 1955-1969.
  2. Fairfax–Poll Tax, 1946.

Washington

  1. “New Party” Seattle, Washington, 1969.

Hispanics

  1. Brown Berets, 1972.
  2. Council on Spanish American Work (COSAW), 1969.
  3. Mexican Americans, 1966, 1970-1978.
  4. Mexican Americans–New Mexico, Reies Lopez Tijerina, 1967.
  5. Puerto Rican Liberation Front, 1970.

Native Americans

  1. International Indian Treaty Council–Treaty Council News, May 1986.

Racist Individuals and Organizations

  1. Americans for Civil Harmony (San Jose, CA), 1965.
  2. Christian Constitutional Education League–The White Sentinel, April 1960, January, 1962.
  3. Earnest Sevier Cox, 1966.
  4. Citizens Council–Los Angeles, California; Jackson, Mississippi; St. Louis, Missouri, 1969.
  5. Defenders of State Sovereignty and Individual Liberties (Lynchburg, Virginia), 1961-1963.
  6. Minorities, 1976.
  7. Monitor South, 1961.
  8. National Association for the Advancement of White People–Bryant Bowles, 1955.
  9. Racism, 1969.
  10. Reverse Discrimination–Alan Bakke, 1977.
  11. Rights of White People, 1971.
  12. Sons of Liberty, n.d.
  13. White Circle League of America (WCLA), 1950.
  14. WCLA–Joseph Beaucharnais,1951-1952.
  15. White Citizen’s Legal Fund (Mississippi), 1963.

Women and Women's Issues

  1. 1971-1978.
  2. Abortion, 1967-1969.
  3. Abortion, 1970.
  4. Abortion, January- June 1971.
  5. Abortion, July- December, 1971.
  6. Abortion, 1972-1973.
  7. Abortion, 1974-1976.
  8. Abortion, 1977.
  9. Abortion, 1978, 1981.
  10. Abortion–Anti-Abortion, MORAL (Modern Oklahomans for Repeal of Abortion Law), 1970.
  11. Abortion–State Laws, 1969-1973.
  12. Abortion–Charles William Wood Court Case, n.d.
  13. Equal Rights Amendment, 1972-1977.
  14. Women and Religion–Christianity and the Biblical Era, 1974-1978.
  15. Women–Church Positions, 1978.
  16. Women–Wage Gap, 1974.

Women and Women's Issues—Individuals and Organizations

  1. Jane Addams, 1928.
  2. American Women Against Communism, 1943.
  3. American Women’s Party, 1950-1952.
  4. American Women for Peace, 1952.
  5. Patricia Buckley Bozell, Ti-Grace Atkinson, 1971.
  6. Crusade Against Moral Pollution, Women, 1970.
  7. Dames of the Loyal Legion, 1953-1954.
  8. The Delphine Society, 1940.
  9. The Engineering Woman’s Club, 1950.
  10. Betty Friedan, 1973, 1978.
  11. General Federation of Women’s Club, 1927.
  12. Lenore Hershey, 1978.
  13. International Women’s Year, 1975.
  14. Jeannette Rankin Brigade, 1968.
  15. League of Women Voters, 1946-1974.
  16. Mothers’ Crusade for Victory Over Communism, 1966-1969.
  17. Mothers of Servicemen, 1967-1970.
  18. Mothers Organized for Moral Stability, 1969.
  19. The Multi-Party Committee of Women, 1948.
  20. National Blue Star Mothers, 1945-1949.
  21. National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, 1950.
  22. National Organization for Women (NOW), 1969-1975.
  23. NOW, 1972-1973.
  24. NOW–Do It Now, December 1974- April 1975.
  25. National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), 1942-1955.
  26. NSDAR, 1961-1973.
  27. NSDAR–Elizabeth C. Barnes Articles, 1960-1962.
  28. NSDAR–Defense Committee, Genocide Treaty.
  29. NSDAR–Patriotic Material, n.d.
  30. National Women’s Political Caucus, 1971-1973.
  31. New York City–Federation of Women’s Clubs, 1949-1950.
  32. United States Daughters of 1812, 1951.
  33. Virginia Federation of Women’s Clubs, n.d.
  34. Washington League of Women Shoppers, 1935-1943.
  35. Women for the United States of America, 1948.
  36. Women Investors in America, 1938-1947.
  37. Women Investors Research Institute, 1950.
  38. Women’s Committee for Clean Government (New York, NY), n.d.
  39. Women’s Conference on National Defense, 1930.
  40. Woman’s Forum of Nassau County (New York), June- September 1952.
  41. Women’s International Democratic Federation, 1945-1954.
  42. Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 1923, 1950-1953, 1966-1967.
Box 59 Women and Women's Issues—Individuals and Organizations
  1. Women’s Patriotic Conference on National Defense, 1941-1955.
  2. Women’s Society of the Christian Service of the Methodist Church, 1951.
  3. Women’s Strike for Peace, 1962-1968.
  4. Women’s Zionist Organization of America, 1953.

Morality and Families—General Materials

  1. Morality, General, 1963-1977.
  2. American Lifestyle, 1977.
  3. Citizens for Decent Literature (CDL), n.d.
  4. CDL– National Decency Reporter, May-June 1968; September- December 1974.
  5. Morality in Media (MM)– Morality in Media Newsletter (New York, NY), October 1968, May 1969; November 1976-May 1977 (scattered issues).
  6. MM–Operation Yorkville Newsletter (New York, NY), June 1963-May 1968.
  7. National Campaign for the Preservation of the Family– Family Guardian (Levittown, NY), August 1969- December 1970.
  8. New Morality, 1962-1969.
  9. Television, 1976-1978.

Children and Families

  1. 1963-1966.
  2. 1967-1972.
  3. 1973-1978.
  4. Adoptions, 1976-1977.
  5. Artificial Insemination, 1967-1976.
  6. Birth Control, 1968-1977.
  7. Black Market Babies, n.d.
  8. Child Abuse, 1977-1978.
  9. Child Snatching, 1977.
  10. Divorce and Marriage, 1969-1978.
  11. Missing Children, 1976-1977.
  12. Single Mothers, 1966-1973.
  13. Teenage Pregnancy and Sex, 1969-1978.

Sex Education

  1. 1940, 1949-1950.
  2. 1951-1953.
  3. 1964-1968.
  4. January- March 1969.
  5. April 1969.
  6. May- June 1969.
  7. July- September 1969.
  8. October- December 1969.
  9. 1970.
  10. 1971-1977.
  11. 1976-1978.
  12. n.d.
  13. Britain, 1950-1951.
  14. Mary Calderone, 1966-1972.
  15. Catholicism, 1950-1951.
  16. Alfred Kinsey, 1950, 1952.
  17. National Council of Christian Families Opposed to Sex Education, 1971.
  18. Ohio State University, 1952.
  19. Isadore Rubin, 1970.
  20. Sex Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS), 1966-1968.
  21. SIECUS, January- June 1969.
  22. SIECUS, July 1969-1974.
  23. SIECUS–Henry J. Tucker, 1969.
  24. SIECUS Newsletter, Summer-Fall 1965, Summer 1967-Winter 1968 (scattered issues).
Box 60 Sex and Morality
  1. 1955, 1964-1969.
  2. 1970-1978.
  3. Coeducation, 1969, 1972.
  4. Drama, 1964-1971.
  5. Illegitimacy, 1962.
  6. Laws, 1949-1951.
  7. Laws, 1964-1977.
  8. League for Sexual Freedom, 1966.
  9. Magazines–Sexology, 1969.
  10. National Social Hygiene Day, 1950.
  11. Nudism and Nudity, 1965-1977.
  12. Pedophilia, 1968-1973.
  13. Polygamy, 1966.
  14. Pornography, 1951.
  15. Pornography, 1959-1964.
  16. Pornography, 1965-1968.
  17. Pornography, 1969.
  18. Pornography, 1970-1972.
  19. Pornography, 1973-1976.
  20. Pornography, 1977-1978.
  21. Pornography–Child Pornography, 1977-1978.
  22. Pornography–Hugh Hefner (HH), Playboy, 1966-1977.
  23. Pornography–HH, The Playboy Foundation, 1973.
  24. President’s Commission on Obscenity and Pornography, 1970.
  25. Premarital Sex, 1970-1971.
  26. Prostitution, 1969-1978.
  27. Rape, 1970-1978.
  28. Sex and Religion (SR), 1964-1970.
  29. SR–Catholics, 1969-1977.
  30. SR–Judaism, 1969.
  31. SR–Lutherans, 1970-1974.
  32. SR–Methodists, 1969.
  33. SR–Mormons, n.d.
  34. SR–Presbyterians, 1970.
  35. Venereal Disease (VD), 1969-1976.
  36. VD, 1977-1978.
  37. White Slavery, 1972.

Sex and Morality—By State

  1. Arizona, 1969.
  2. California, N.D.
  3. Florida, 1969.
  4. Indiana, 1968-1969.
  5. Maryland, 1969.
  6. Michigan, 1969.
  7. Missouri, 1963.
  8. New York, 1968-1971.
  9. Ohio, 1969.
  10. Oklahoma, 1968.
  11. Oregon, 1970.
  12. Pennsylvania, 1967-1968.
  13. Texas, 1964-1970.

Sex and Morality—Europe

  1. Europe, 1968-1977.
  2. Britain, 1966-1977.
  3. Sweden, 1964-1970.

Homosexuality and Gender Variance

  1. 1950, 1967-1977.
  2. Bisexuality, 1974.
  3. Drag–Miss Gay America, 1973.
  4. Ex-Gays, 1971-1977.
  5. Federal Employment–Security Clearance, 19501951, 1969-1972.
  6. Gay Adoption, 1971-1977.
  7. Gays in the Military–Leonard P. Matlovich, 1966-1975.
  8. Gay Marriage.
  9. Gay Rights Movement, 1969-1977.
  10. Gay Teachers, 1972-1977.
  11. Lesbianism, 1973.
  12. Mattachine Society, 1967.
  13. National Political Figures–Ted Kennedy, Eugene McCarthy, George McGovern, 1972.
  14. Opinion Towards Homosexuals, 1964-1977.
  15. Opponents–Anita Bryant, 1966, 1970-1978.
  16. Opponents–Paul Cameron, 1976.
  17. Psychiatry and Science, 1965-1974.
  18. Religion and Homosexuality (RH), 1966-1977.
  19. RH–Catholics, 1969-1973.
  20. RH–Council on Religion and the Homosexual, San Francisco, 1964-1973.
  21. RH–Episcopalians, 1967, 1977.
  22. RH–Lutherans, 1972-1977.
  23. RH–Methodists, 1971-1973.
  24. RH–Metropolitan Community Church, 1969-1977.
  25. RH–Presbyterians, 1970, 1978.
  26. RH–United Church of Christ, 1969-1973.
  27. Television/Film/Theater, 1972-1973.
  28. Transexuality, 1972-1973.

Homosexuality and Gender Variance—By State

  1. Arkansas, 1977.
  2. California. 1965-1977.
  3. District of Columbia, 1972.
  4. Florida, 1967-1977.
  5. Georgia, 1972.
  6. Massachusetts, 1977.
  7. Minnesota, 1963-1973.
  8. New Hampshire, 1973.
  9. New York, 1966-1977.
  10. Oklahoma, 1972-1977.
  11. Tennessee, 1972-1977.
  12. Texas, 1946, 1968-1971.
  13. Washington State, 1972.

Homosexuality and Gender Variance—Outside the United States

  1. Cuba, 1965.
  2. Europe, 1968-1977.

1960s Counterculture

  1. Beatniks, 1964-1969.
  2. Berkeley, California, 1969-1975.
  3. Chicago Conspiracy Trials, 1969-1972.
  4. Committee for Non-Violent Action, 1964-1969.
  5. Committee to Defend the Conspiracy, 1969.
  6. David Dellinger, 1968-1971.
  7. Margaret Mead, 1964-1974.
  8. Dave Meggysey, 1969-1971.
  9. Moral Rearmament Movement, 1968.
  10. New Left (NL), 1965-1967.
  11. NL, 1968-1974.
  12. NL–National Conference for New Politics, August-September 1967.
  13. Diana Oughton–Weathermen, 1970.
  14. Jerry Rubin, 1969-1972.
Box 61 1960s Counterculture
  1. Mark Rudd, 1968-1978.
  2. Mario Savio, 1966-1968.
  3. Benjamin Spock, 1964-1973.
  4. Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA), March 1974.
  5. SLA, April 1974-1975.
  6. Symbols–Clenched Fist, n.d.
  7. Symbols–Hair Length, n.d.
  8. Symbols–Peace Symbol, 1970-1973.
  9. Twin Oaks Community Commune (Louisa,VA), 1974.
  10. Underground Publications (UP)–California, Horseshit (Hermosa Beach), Thomas W. and Robert M. Dunker, 1968.
  11. UP–California, Los Angeles Free Press, 1967-1969.
  12. UP–California, Truth About Civil Turmoil (Campbell), 1966.
  13. UP–Michigan, The Student Informer, (Buchanan), 1969.
  14. UP–Oklahoma, 1971, 1976.
  15. UP–Oklahoma, Onion Skin, (Roger High School, Tulsa), January 1971.
  16. UP–Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma, 1969.
  17. UP–Texas, Notes from the Underground, (Southern Methodist University), August-October 1967.
  18. University of California, Los Angeles, n.d.

Music and Counterculture

  1. Music, 1937-1939, 1965-1973.
  2. Folk Music–Pete Seager, Arlo Guthrie, 1963-1969.
  3. Rock and Roll Music (RRM), 1965-1973.
  4. RRM–Criticism, 1965-1977.
  5. RRM–Jesus Rock, 1969-1972.
  6. RRM–“Jesus Christ Superstar,”1971-1973.
  7. RRM–Rock Festivals, 1969-1974.

RRM—Artists and Personalities

  1. Various Artists, 1966-1974.
  2. Joan Baez, 1965-1973.
  3. The Beatles, 1964-1973.
  4. Alice Cooper, 1973.
  5. Bob Dylan, 1968-1978.
  6. Robert Larson, 1967-1970.
  7. The Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, 1968.
  8. Elvis Presley, 1977.
  9. The Rolling Stones, 1967-1972.
  10. Tommy and Dick Smothers, 1969-1972.

Conservation and the Environmental Movement

  1. Clean Air, 1978.
  2. Conservation, 1948.
  3. Emergency Committee on Natural Resources, 1954.
  4. Pollution, 1969-1970.
  5. Pollution, 1971-1978.
  6. Pollution–Earth Day, 1970-1972.
  7. Population, 1971-1976.
  8. Solar Power, 1977.
  9. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1976.
  10. Water, 1975-1976.
  11. Weather, 1976-1978.

Drugs, Alcohol, and Tobacco

  1. Alcohol, 1954, 1965-1977.
  2. Alcoholism, 1976-1978.
  3. Pennsylvania Prohibition Committee–The Pennsylvania Challenge, January- February, 1964.
  4. Sooner Alcohol Narcotics Education (SANE), 1972.
  5. Women’s Christian Temperance Union, 1972.
  6. Cigarette Smoking, 1976-1977.

Narcotics

  1. 1949-1951.
  2. 1965-1969.
  3. 1970-1977.
  4. 1973-1976.
  5. 1977-1978.
  6. Cocaine, 1977.
  7. Heroin, 1969-1977.
  8. LSD, 1966-1973.
  9. Marijuana, 1966-1970.
  10. Marijuana, 1971-1974.
  11. Marijuana, 1975-1978.
  12. Marijuana–House of Representatives, 1969-1970.
  13. Marijuana–Laws and Decriminalization, 1967-1978.
  14. National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), 1972-1973.
  15. Methadone, 1972-1974.
  16. Opium, 1973.
  17. PCP, 1977-1978.
  18. STP, 1967-1968.

Drug Use and Society

  1. Armed Forces, 1969-1973.
  2. Anti-Drug Literature, 1964-1968.
  3. Addictive Drugs Educational Foundation, 1969.
  4. Jimmy Carter, 1977.
  5. Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970.
Box 62 Drug Use and Society
  1. East Asian Drug Trade (EADT), 1961-1972.
  2. EADT, 1973-1977.
  3. “Hippies” and “Diggers,” 1967.
  4. Timothy Leary (TL), 1968-1974.
  5. TL–Neo-American Church.
  6. Art Linkletter, 1969-1971.
  7. National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information, 1969-1972.
  8. Richard Nixon, 1969-1972.
  9. D.C. Parks–Addictive Drugs Education Foundation, 1963-1970.
  10. John Ratliff, 1967-1968.

Drug Use and Society—By State

  1. Alaska, Hawaii, Illinois, 1969-1970.
  2. California, 1967-1978.
  3. Florida, 1971-1972.
  4. Iowa, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, 1967-1978.
  5. Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas, 1968-1970.
  6. New York, 1967-1977.
  7. Ohio–Ohio State University, 1966.
  8. Oklahoma, 1969-1976.
  9. Tennessee, 1967-1977.

Drug Use Outside the United States

  1. Canada, Australia, England, Sweden, 1969-1977.
  2. Cuba, Chile, 1963-1970.
  3. Mexico, 1977.

Crime and Punishment

  1. Arson, 1968-1971.
  2. Capital Punishment, 1961-1977.
  3. Crime, 1937, 1949-1953.
  4. Crime, 1955, 1960-1965.
  5. Crime, 1966-1967.
  6. Crime, 1968-1970.
  7. Crime, 1971-1972.
  8. Crime, 1973-1976.
  9. Crime, 1977-1978.
  10. Crime–Miami, Florida, 1968.
  11. Crime–Pamphlets, 1962-1968.
  12. Crime–Uniform Crime Reports for United States, 1937-1939.
  13. Crime–Uniform Crime Reporting, 1965-1968.
  14. Crime–Uniform Crime Reporting, 1971-1975.
  15. Domestic Terrorism (DT)–Bombings, 1962-1975.
  16. DT–Sabotage, 1961-1970.
  17. Guns–Association to Preserve our Right to Keep and Bear Arms, The Armed Eagle (Medford OR), October-November, 1968.
  18. Guns–Kenneth B. Clark, 1971.
  19. Guns–Kennedy Action Corps, 1968.
  20. Help Your Police Fight Crime, 1968-1969.
  21. Law and Order, 1968-1978.
  22. Mafia, 1970-1973.
  23. Mafia, 1978.
  24. Mafia–Vito Genovese, 1963.
  25. Mafia–Aaron Smehoff alias Allen Smiley, 1950-1952.
  26. Mafia–James Taratino and Frank Sinatra, 1954.
  27. National Commission on Crime and Violence, 1968-1970.
  28. National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, 1968.
  29. National Institute for Law, Order, and Justice, 1969.
  30. National Law Enforcement Committee, 1957-1966.
  31. Police, 1954, 1964-1969.
  32. Police, 1970-1976.
  33. Police, 1977-1978.
  34. Police–Los Angeles, Tom Reddin, 1969.
  35. Police–New York, Gary Allen, 1967.
  36. Prisons, 1971-1978.
Box 63 Crime and Punishment
  1. Prisons–Breeding Ground for Revolution (BGFR), 1970-1973.
  2. Prisons–BGFR, Attica, September 11-20, 1971.
  3. Prisons–BGFR, Attica, September 21, 1971-1972.
  4. Prisons–BGFR, San Quentin, 1971-1972.
  5. Prisons–Gary Gilmore, 1976.
  6. Prisons–Homosexuals, 1972.
  7. Prisons by State–Arkansas, 1971.
  8. Prisons by State–Oklahoma, 1973-1976.
  9. Violence–Schools, 1978.
  10. Violence–Television, 1977-1978.

Health Care

  1. American Medical Association, 1950-1977.
  2. American Nurses Association, 1966.
  3. American Public Health Association–Lasker Awards, 1952.
  4. Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, 1963-1969.
  5. American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists–Newsletters and Bulletins, 1967-1972.
  6. John Banzhaf–Legislative Action on Smoking and Health, 1969.
  7. Behavioral Research Laboratories, 1971-1972.
  8. Cancer, 1964-1978.
  9. Cancer–Committee for Freedom of Choice in Cancer Therapy, The Choice, 1977-1978.
  10. Cancer–Krebiozen, 1963-1966.
  11. Cancer–Laetrile, 1964-1975.
  12. Cancer–Laetrile, 1976-1978.
  13. Committee for Medical Freedom, 1952.
  14. Executive Healt–Volumes III, V, VI, and VII, Santa Barbara, California, n.d.
  15. Federal Drug Administration, 1977.
  16. Hoover Report, 1951.
  17. Kidney Disease, n.d.
  18. Legionnaires Disease, 1977.
  19. Leprosy/Hansens Disease, 1978.
  20. Medicaid, 1971-1977.
  21. The Medical - Moral Newsletter, September 1967- November 1969.
  22. Medicine, 1977-1978.
  23. Mental Health, 1959-1963.
  24. Mental Health, 1968-1977.
  25. National Anti-Vaccination League, 1969.
  26. People-to-People Health Foundation–Project Hope, 1967.
  27. Physicians Forum, 1955.
  28. Private Practice, December 1975- June 1976.
  29. Private Practice, July- December 1976.
  30. Red Cross, 1955.
  31. Salk Vaccine, 1959.
  32. Shut-In’s Day Association, 1946.
  33. Smoking, 1976-1978.
  34. Socialized Medicine, 1948-1968.
  35. Socialized Medicine, 1970-1973.
  36. Socialized Medicine, 1974-1977.
  37. Socialized Medicine–Medicare, 1961-1975.
  38. Socialized Medicine–Pamphlets, 1947-1971.
  39. Student Health Organization, 1968-1969.
  40. Swine Flu, 1976.
  41. Jim Turpin–Project Concern, 1968.
  42. Ultra High Frequency Sound, 1961-1962.
  43. U.S. Public Health Service, 1962, 1967.
Box 64 War on Poverty
  1. January- June 1964.
  2. July 1964- 1965.
  3. 1966.
  4. 1967.
  5. 1968.
  6. 1969.
  7. 1970-1972.
  8. 1973.
  9. 1974.
  10. 1977.
  11. Chicago Gangs, 1968-1971.
  12. Community Action Program, 1968-1969.
  13. Federal Aid to the Poor, 1968-1969.
  14. Head Start, 1966-1969.
  15. Legal Services Program, 1968-1974.
  16. New York–Anti-Slum Commission, 1948.
  17. Tulsa, 1969-1971.
  18. Upward Bound, 1968.

Miscellaneous Social Issues

  1. Art, 1961-1974.
  2. Collective Guilt, 1968-1974.
  3. Class Warfare, 1959-1974.
  4. Discrimination, 1978.
  5. Euthanasia, 1969.
  6. Gambling, 1976-1977.
  7. Right to Die Law, 1976.
  8. Senior Citizens (SC), 1963-1978.
  9. SC–Kingston Peters, “SOS for the Nation’s Elderly,” 1969-1971.
  10. Suicide, 1975-1978.
Subseries 6. Religion

The first section of this subseries focuses on general topics related to religion. The second section focuses on general topics related to Christianity. The third section includes materials grouped by denomination and arranged alphabetically, with Protestant and other Christian groups freely interspersed. The next section contains materials related to the ecumenical movement, followed by a section including materials related to evangelical Protestant sects, including fundamentalists and pentecostals. The subseries concludes with sections on Christianity outside of the United States; Judaism; and other related topics, including atheism and cults. The section on Judaism also includes materials on anti-Semitic organizations.

Box 65 Religion—General Materials
  1. 1954-1955.
  2. 1969-1978.
  3. 1972–“The Year in Religion.”
  4. Books, 1965-1978.
  5. Civil Rights and Race (CRR), 1965-1971.
  6. CRR–Interracial Initiatives, 1962, 1969.
  7. CRR–Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization, IFCO News (New York), May-October 1971.
  8. Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, 1950-1952.
  9. God in National Life (GNL), 1962-1973.
  10. GNL–Polls on Church Attendance, 1964-1970.
  11. GNL–Santa Monica, California, 1963.
  12. Labor, ca. 1950, 1977.
  13. Liberalism, 1969-1978.
  14. Liberty (Washington, D.C.), March 1975-December 1976 (scattered issues).
  15. Military Service, 1969.
  16. Newsweek, 1967-1969.
  17. Peace Movement, 1968-1975.
  18. Politics, 1950-1953.
  19. Politics, 1962-1968.
  20. Politics, 1969-1975.
  21. Prayer in Schools, 1953, 1963-1966, 1978.
  22. Science and God, 1977.
  23. Separation of Church and State (SCS), 1967-1973.
  24. SCS–Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, 1964-1973.
  25. SCS–Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, Church and State, 1974-1975
  26. SCS–Church and State, 1976-April 1978.
  27. Homer W. Smith– Man and His Gods, 1952.
  28. Tax Exemption, 1967-1978.
  29. Time Magazine, 1967-1969.
  30. United Secularists of America, 1949.
  31. Vietnamese War, 1966-1969.
  32. Washington Religious Review, 1949.
  33. World Fellowship of Religion, 1969.
  34. Youths and Religion, 1950.

Christianity—General Materials

  1. 1963-1978.
  2. Abilene Christian College (Texas), n.d.
  3. African Americans—American Christian Freedom Society, American Challenger (Los Angeles, CA), April 1969-February 1974.
  4. American Association of Women Ministers, 1969.
  5. Karl Barth, 1962-1969.
  6. The Bible, 1948, 1963-1978.
  7. The Bible–Good News for Modern Man, 1970-1972.
  8. The Bible–New English Translation, 1970.
  9. The Bible–Revised Standard Version, 1953-1968
  10. Chicago Theological Seminary, 1964.
  11. Christ Church Forum–N.S. Hibsham, “Faith as a Force in World Policy,” 1950.
  12. Christian Socialism, 1923.
  13. Christianity–History, 1975-1978.
  14. Christmas Controversy, 1954-1969, 1977.
  15. Christ’s Party of the People, 1969.
  16. Church Attendance and Membership, 1969-1974.
  17. Church League for Industrial Democracy, 1942.
  18. Clergy–Former Clergy, 1969.
  19. Clergy–Left Wing Clergy, n.d.
  20. Clergy Shortage, 1965-1972.
  21. Franklin Cole–Christian Education Sunday for Protestants, 1951.
  22. Harvey Cox (Harvard University), 1966-1975.
  23. The Devil–James A. Webb, The Role of the Adversary in God’s Purpose, n.d.
  24. Easter, 1952-1978.
  25. Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship, 1967-1969.
  26. Institute for American Democracy, 1945-1948.
  27. Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, 1949, 1951.
  28. Kenneth Leslie (KL), 1945.
  29. KL (editor)–The Protestant, June 1943-July 1946, January-March 1950 (scattered issues).
  30. George Dana Linn, n.d.
  31. Franklin H. Littell (FHL)–Freedom Institute, Iowa Wesleyan College, 1961-1968.
  32. FHL–Perkins School of Theology, 1961-1975.
  33. Martin Luther, 1967.
  34. Howard H. Mann (HM), 1955.
  35. HM–Committee for Law and Social Justice, 1951-1952.
  36. Martin Emil Marty, 1963-1975.
  37. Missions and Missionaries (MM), 1961-1978.
  38. MM–American Bible Society, Bible Society Record, November 1963-June 1967.
  39. MM–North Star United Missionary Workers of America (Mississippi), 1964.
  40. MM–Ray Pedigo, Missions to Japan, 1970.
  41. MM–Harry E. Stanley, Haiti, 1961.
  42. MM–United Church Board for Homeland Ministries, 1969.
  43. MM–United Christian Missionary Society, 1946.
  44. MM–World Missionary Assistance Plan, World Map Digest (Burbank, CA), September-December 1978.
  45. A. Cressy Morrison, 1944.
Box 66 Christianity—General Materials
  1. National Liturgical Conference, 1969.
  2. Rheinhold Niebuhr, 1969-1974.
  3. Noah’s Ark, 1966-1977.
  4. G. Bromley Oxnam, 1929-1933.
  5. Kirby Page, 1946.
  6. Norman Vincent Peale, 1944-1951, 1961-1973.
  7. H. Norman Pell–International Society of Christian Endeavor, 1969.
  8. People’s Christian Church (New York)–Constantine (Roman Emperor), n.d.
  9. Prison Ministry, 1976.
  10. Radical Christianity, 1967-1973.
  11. Radio Bible Class, 1969-1970.
  12. Review and Herald Publishing Association (Washington, D.C.)– Liberty, May-August 1974.
  13. Sabbath Day Controversy, 1952.
  14. Salvation Army (SA), 1963-1970.
  15. SA– The War Cry, December 1966-January 1967.
  16. Sermons, 1960-1967.
  17. Guy Emery Shipler (GES), ca. 1949.
  18. GES– The Churchman (New York, NY), June 1947, March 1954.
  19. Social Gospel, 1976.
  20. Socialism, 1965.
  21. Soul Winning Course, n.d.
  22. Sunday School, 1941, 1947, 1964-1969.
  23. Sunday School Literature–C.E.I. Publishing Company, 1974.
  24. The Ten Commandments, 1970.
  25. Thanksgiving, 1976.
  26. Theocratic Party, 1968.
  27. Paul Tillich, 1968-1973.
  28. Harry Truman–Christian Education Week, ca. 1951.
  29. Mark Twain, 1969.
  30. Union Theological Seminary (UTS), 1965-1972.
  31. UTS–Henry P. Van Duesen, 1949-1953, 1969.
  32. United Christian Council for Democracy, 1936, 1948.
  33. Charles A. Wells–Conference on Christ and World Need, n.d.
  34. Rebecca West, 1952.
  35. David Wilkerson– The Cross and the Switchblade, 1969.
  36. Rolland E. Wolfe, 1961.
  37. Women and Religion–Ordination, 1972, 1977.
  38. Women’s Society Christianity Service, 1961.
  39. World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches, 1942, 1950.
  40. World Association for Christian Communication, 1969.
  41. World Council of Christian Education, 1949.
  42. Youth and Christianity, 1976.

Christianity By Sects and Denominations—Amish

  1. 1949, 1965-1975.

Anglicans and Episcopalians

  1. Anglican Church, 1948, 1966-1971.
  2. Anglican-Roman Catholic Consultation, 1972.
  3. Michael Ramsey (Archbishop of Canterbury)–Birth Control, 1969.
  4. Episcopal Church, 1937-1946.
  5. Episcopal Church, 1961-1968.
  6. Episcopal Church, 1969-1978.
  7. Michael Allen, 1969.
  8. American Church Union, 1956.
  9. Association for Christian Schools, 1969.
  10. Walter Russell Bowie, 1969.
  11. Malcolm Boyd, 1967-1973.
  12. Civil Rights and Race, 1961-1971.
  13. Ecumenicalism–Federal Council of Churches/National Council of Churches, 1940, 1953-1970.
  14. Episcopal League for Social Action, 1955.
  15. Foundation for Christian Theology (FCT)– The Christian Challenge (Victoria, TX), August 1967.
  16. FCT–The Christian Challenge, September 1971-August 1972.
  17. FCT–The Christian Challenge, September 1972-May 1973.
  18. FCT–The Christian Challenge, June 1973-April 1974.
  19. Hispanics and the Episcopal Church, 1969-1972.
  20. T. Robert Ingram–Sermons, 1962-1963.
  21. William Howard Melish (WHM), 1949-1958.
  22. WHM–Religious Freedom Committee, 1954-1955, 1963, 1978.
  23. Kim C. Myers, 1967-1973.
  24. James A. Pike (JP), 1952-1961.
  25. JP, 1962-1966.
  26. JP, 1967-1970.
  27. Francis B. Sayre, Jr., 1935, 1953-1954.
  28. Henry Knox Sherrill, 1950-1953.
  29. Splinter Group–American Episcopal Church (AEC), Ecclesia, December 1970-Easter-Ascension 1971.
  30. Splinter Group–AEC, 1970 General Convention.
  31. Splinter Group–James P. Dees, Anglican Orthodox Church, 1963-1968.
  32. William P. Spofford–National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1954.
  33. Edwin E. West, 1962.
  34. Eliot White–Peoples Radio Foundation, 1946.
  35. The Witness, September 1943, September 1946.
  36. Richard York, 1973.

Assemblies of God

  1. 1965-1973.

Baptists

  1. 1946, 1953, 1962-1969.
  2. African Americans (AA), 1958, 1969-1970.
  3. AA–National Baptist Convention, U.S.A., 1968-1972.
  4. AA–Progressive National Baptist Convention, 1969.
  5. American Baptist Convention, 1959-1972.
  6. Baptist Board of Foreign Missions–Dryden Phelps, 1952.
  7. Baptist Missionary Association of America, 1972.
  8. Baptist World Alliance, 1960-1975.
  9. Communism, 1960-1962.
  10. Conservative Baptist Convention, 1969.
  11. Fundamentalism, 1969.
  12. General Association of Regular Baptist Churches, 1961.
  13. Northern Baptists–Council of Christian Social Progress, ca. 1945.
  14. Primitive Baptists–Banner-Herald (Valdosta, GA), April 1961-July 1962.
Box 67 Christianity By Sects and Denominations—Baptists
  1. Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), 1955-1965.
  2. SBC, 1966-1969.
  3. SBC, 1970-1971.
  4. SBC, 1972-1978.
  5. SBC– Baptist Adults/Baptist Young Adults, 1962-1963, July-September 1970 (scattered issues).
  6. SBC–Christian Life Committee, D.A. Waite, “Sex–And the Southern Baptists,” 1970.
  7. SBC–Civil Rights and Integration, 1957-1971.
  8. SBC–W.A. Criswell, 1965-1973.
  9. SBC–Louie D. Newton, 1965.
  10. SBC–Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1958-1961.
  11. SBC–Southern Christian Life Commission, 1970-1972.
  12. SBC–Southern Baptist Convention, 1970.

Baptists—By State

  1. Alabama–United Baptist Layman (Montgomery), November 1961.
  2. Arkansas–Ouachita Baptist University, 1969.
  3. California–Dennis J. Brown (editor), Western Messenger (Riverside), July 1958.
  4. California–San Francisco Conservative Baptist Theological Seminary, 1967.
  5. Colorado–Harvey Springer, 1950-1961.
  6. Florida–Albert Garner (editor), Baptist Anchor (BA) (Lakeland), February-December 1972.
  7. Florida–BA, January 1973-September 1974.
  8. Florida–BA, January 1975, 1976, May-July 1978.
  9. Florida–State Baptist Association, 1969.
  10. Georgia–Georgia Baptist Convention, 1969.
  11. Kansas–George W. Wise, 1953.
  12. Kentucky–C.R. Daley, Jr., (editor), Western Recorder (Louisville), April 1969.
  13. Kentucky–J.B. Fenison (editor), A Message of Fellowship (Lexington), January 1978.
  14. Kentucky–Long Run Association of Baptists, 1969.
  15. Kentucky–Ross L. Range (editor), Ashland Avenue Baptist (Lexington), December 1967, May 1969.
  16. Louisiana–L.R. Shelton, Voice of Truth Radio Missions (New Orleans), March 1968-April 1970.
  17. Minnesota–Minnesota Baptist Convention, 1972.
  18. Missouri– Baptist Bible Fellowship (Springfield), ca. 1961-1963.
  19. North Carolina, 1964/South Carolina, Baptist Courier, January 1970.
  20. Ohio–William E. Ashbrook, 1943.
  21. Oklahoma–Baptist General Convention, Baptist Messenger, September 1960-May 1964, March 1970, January 1975 (scattered issues).
  22. Oklahoma–Tulsa Baptist Temple, n.d.
  23. Pennsylvania–George Moody, Davisville Baptist Church, Southampton, 1950.
  24. Texas–Baptist General Convention, Baptist Standard, March 1961, September 1964.
  25. Texas–Tabernacle Baptist Church, Plains Baptist Challenger (Lubbock), January 1958, August 1961, May 1963-January 1973 (scattered issues).
  26. Virginia–Fred Garland (editor), The Voice of Truth (Norfolk), January 1968-June 1969.

Christianity By Sects and Denominations–Catholicism by Region

  1. 1950, 1962-1969.
  2. 1970-1978.
  3. Pamphlets, 1956-1966.
  4. Africa, 1970-1978.
  5. Asia/Australia, 1969-1973.
  6. Canada, 1969-1970.
  7. Europe, 1966-1977.
  8. Europe—Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc Nations, 1948-1949, 1962-1978.
  9. Latin America, 1963-1972.
  10. United States (US), 1951-1968.
  11. US, 1969.
  12. US, 1970-1978.
  13. United States–Vatican Relations, 1969.

Catholicism—Individuals, Organization, and Other Topics

  1. Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima (BA), n.d.
  2. BA– Soul Magazine (Washington, N.J.), November-December 1978.
  3. Catholic Freedom Foundation, 1966.
  4. Catholic Laymen of America (CLA), 1969.
  5. CLA– Today’s World, 1946-1947.
  6. Catholic Traditionalist Movement, 1967-1969.
  7. Catholic Youth Organization, 1938.
  8. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, 1969.
  9. Charles Chiniquy, 1974.
  10. Christ’s Mission–Christian Heritage and Converted Catholic Magazine, March 1958.
  11. Civil Rights and Race, 1961-1971.
  12. Claretian Fathers– Today (Chicago, IL), February-March 1971.
  13. Committee for a Conservative Catholic Magazine, 1965.
  14. Communism, 1948-1978.
  15. Communism–Pamphlets, 1938, 1960-1964.
Box 68 Catholicism—Individuals, Organization, and Other Topics
  1. Communism–Catholic Anti-Communism, 1937, 1949, 1962.
  2. Communism–Catholic Crusade Against Communism (CCAC), John Burnham, 1954.
  3. Communism–CCAC, Charles A. Willoughby, 1952.
  4. Conventual Franciscan Friars–The Immaculate (Kenosha, WI), June-July 1969.
  5. Terence J. Cooke, 1969.
  6. John F. Cronin, 1962.
  7. Richard Cushing–Communism versus Christianity, 1961-1962.
  8. Dorothy Day, 1966-1969.
  9. Clarence Duffey, 1949-1950.
  10. Emerging Catholic Laymen, 1968.
  11. John Hart (editor)–Crusade for a Christian Civilization, January-February 1976.
  12. Human Life Foundation, 1969.
  13. Jesuits of the United States and Canada–America, April 1960, November 1972.
  14. Knights of Columbus, 1950.
  15. Maryland Action Guild, 1949.
  16. Benjamin L. Masse, 1952.
  17. The Mindszenty Report (St. Louis)–Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation, September 1975-April 1978.
  18. John Courtney Murray, 1967.
  19. National Council of Churches, 1964-1972.
  20. National Federation of Priests’ Councils, 1969.
  21. Pope Paul VI, 1964-1976.
  22. Pope Pius XII–World War II, 1940.
  23. Roman Catholic Association of Urban Priests, 1969.
  24. Sexual Morality and Marriage, 1966-1977.
  25. James P. Shannon, 1969.
  26. Fulton J. Sheen, 1939, 1948, 1969.
  27. Bernard J. Sheil, 1954.
  28. Shroud of Turin, 1978.
  29. Slovak-Catholic Federation of America, 1947.
  30. Triumph (Washington, D.C.), January 1967, September-October 1969, June-December 1972.
  31. Triumph, January-July 1973.
  32. Vatican II, 1963-1972.
  33. Women and Catholicism (WC)–Council of Catholic Women, 1969.
  34. WC–Ordination of Women, 1972-1977.

Catholicism and Anti-Catholicism

  1. 1937, 1939.
  2. 1954-1963.
  3. Constitutional Provisional Government of the United States, 1962.
  4. John W. McCormack, 1964.
  5. Edward H. Pruden, 1952.
  6. William H. Worrilow, Jr.–Organized Minorities Association, 1960-1962.

Christian Church (Independent)

  1. First Christian Church of Brazil, Indiana, 1968.
  2. National Missionary Convention, 1969.

Christian Reformed Church

  1. Segregation, 1969.

Christian Scientists

  1. 1958-1973.
  2. Erwin D. Canham, 1960.
  3. Committee of 1,000 Christian Scientists– The Searchlight (Plymouth, MI), ca. 1959-1960.

Church of Christ

  1. 1964-1965.

Church of the Brethren

  1. 1967.
  2. Civil Rights and Race, 1963.

Congregationalists

  1. 1946, 1954, 1964-1970.
  2. John C. Bennett, 1939-1970.
  3. Conservative Congregational Christian Conference, 1954.
  4. Council for Social Action of the Congregational Christian Churches– Social Action, 1945-1951 (scattered issues).
  5. First Congregational Church (Los Angeles, CA)–The Meetinghouse, April 1962.
  6. Freedom Club Bulletin (Los Angeles, CA), February 1964-March 1970.
  7. Allan Lorimer–First Congregational Church, Montclair, New Jersey, 1949-1950.

Disciples of Christ

  1. 1961-1973.
  2. Disciples of Christ Historical Society (Nashville), 1968-1976.
  3. Johnson Bible College (Knoxville, TN)–Robert Monroe Bell, Blue and White, December 1966.
  4. Vernon M. Newland (editor)–Dallas Christian College News, January 1968.
  5. World Call, March 1969.

Greek Orthodox Church

  1. 1968-1970.

Jehovah's Witness

  1. 1969-1976.

Lutherans

  1. 1957-1961.
  2. 1962-1968.
  3. 1969.
  4. 1970-1978.
  5. American Indian Movement, 1973-1974.
  6. Communism–National Council of Churches/World Council of Churches, 1944, 1955-1967.
  7. Federation for Authentic Lutheranism (FAL), 1971.
  8. FAL–Sola Scriptura, September 1971-April 1972.
  9. Lutheran Research Society (LRS)–The Eleventh Hour (Detroit, MI), May-October 1946 (scattered issues).
  10. LRS–Lawrence Reilly, 1947-1950.
  11. Lutheran World Federation, 1970-1971.
Box 69 Christianity by Sects and Denominations—Lutherans
  1. National Lutheran Soul Relations Association, 1968.
  2. Richard John Neuhaus, 1970, 1972.
  3. Herman Otten, 1965-1971.

Lutherans—By State

  1. Illinois–The Confessional Lutheran (Chicago), July 1965.
  2. Missouri–Missouri Synod (MS), 1959-1973.
  3. Missouri–MS, 1974-1975.
  4. Missouri–MS, Walther League, 1964-1973.
  5. Wisconsin–Affirm, Walther Memorial Lutheran Church, June 1972-December 1973.
  6. Wisconsin–Affirm, January 1974-January 1978 (scattered issues).

Mennonites

  1. 1953-1976.

Methodists

  1. 1942-1946
  2. 1955-1961
  3. 1962-1965
  4. 1966-1969
  5. 1970-1978
  6. Association of Independent Methodists, 1967.
  7. Christian Methodist Episcopal Church– The Christian Call Newsletter (Odessa, TX), March 1962.
  8. Civil Rights and Race, 1960-1972.
  9. Commission on the Promotion and Cultivation of the Methodist Church–The Methodist Story (Chicago, IL), March 1961.
  10. Communism, 1936, 1947-1961.
  11. Communism, 1966-1972.
  12. Communism–Ralph L. Roy, 1952, 1960-1961.
  13. Congregational Methodist Messenger (CMM) (Dallas, TX), December 1956.
  14. CMM (Florence, MS), June 1976-May 1979.
  15. Evangelical Fellowship for United Methodist Pastors, 1969.
  16. Evangelical Methodist Church–Annual Conference, Blountville, Tennessee, 1971.
  17. General Board of Christian Social Concerns–Concern, October 1967, January 1968.
  18. General Board of Education–Adult Student, February 1962, February 1967.
  19. Milton Mayer, 1962-1964.
  20. Jack R. McMichael, 1953-1967.
  21. Methodist Federation for Social Action (MFSA), 1923, 1936, 1946-1967.
  22. MFSA–Social Questions Bulletin, January 1948.
  23. Methodist Federation for Social Action and Lenin, 1959.
  24. Methodist Federation for Social Service, 1945-1947.
  25. Methodist Student Conference, 1949-1950.
  26. Methodist Student Movement, 1959-1966.
  27. Robert Warr Moon, 1961.
  28. G. Bromley Oxnam (GBO), 1946-1952.
  29. GBO, 1953-1967.
  30. Ralph W. Sockman, 1947-1961.
  31. Rembert Gilman Smith, 1936-1939, 1951-1952.
  32. Donald H. Tippett, 1961.
  33. Worth M. Tippy, n.d.
  34. Together, February-March 1961, July 1963.
  35. United Methodist Church–Union, 1968-1973.
  36. United Society of Methodist Laymen, 1962-1964.
  37. Vietnamese War, 1966-1972.
  38. Harry F. Ward, 1947, 1963-1967.
  39. World Fellowship, 1957-1958.
Box 70 Christianity By Sects and Denominations—Methodists By State
  1. California–Glide Memorial Church, San Francisco, 1967-1974.
  2. California–Methodist Laymen of North Hollywood, 1967-1970.
  3. California–Robert P. Shuler, The Methodist Challenge (Los Angeles), August 1959.
  4. Illinois–Harold A. Bosley, 1962.
  5. Illinois–Edwin E. Voight, 1961.
  6. Kentucky–Jesse L. Murrell, 1961.
  7. Maryland–Edgar A. Love, 1962.

Mormons (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)

  1. 1958-1978.
  2. Ezra Taft Benson, 1961-1969.
  3. Pamphlets, 1956-1968.
  4. Miscellaneous Materials, n.d.

Nazarenes

  1. 1964-1970.

Presbyterians

  1. 1938-1946.
  2. 1953-1962.
  3. 1963-1967.
  4. 1968-1969.
  5. 1970-1978.
  6. Pamphlets, 1946, 1964-1968.
  7. W. Waldo Beach, 1967.
  8. Civil Rights and Race (CRR), 1957-1973.
  9. CRR–Angela Davis Fund, 1971.
  10. The Cumberland Presbyterian (Memphis, TN), December 1966.
  11. Communists, 1953, 1960, 1972.
  12. 1965-1967.
  13. Consultation on Church Union, 1969-1974.
  14. Presbyterian Church in the United States–Presbyterian Survey, April 1961.
  15. Presbyterian Church in the U.S. (Southern), 1960-1974.
  16. Presbyterian Home Mission Board–Claude Williams, 1945-1954.
  17. Presbyterian Industrial Project, 1960-1975.
  18. Presbyterian Manifesto, 1953.
  19. United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A (UPC)– Presbyterian Life, May 1961-August 1967.
  20. UPC–Schism, Charles C. Poling, 1964-1971.
  21. UPC–Social Progress, December 1961.
  22. Vietnamese War, 1966-1974.
  23. World Mission Conference–Richard Shaull, 1963.

Presbyterians—By State

  1. Arizona–First Presbyterian Church, Presbyteer (Phoenix), December 1961.
  2. New Jersey–G.H. Talbott, Passaic.
  3. New York–Stuart Hamilton Merriam, Broadway Presbyterian Church, 1962.
  4. New York–Presbyterian Synod of New York, 1949-1953.
  5. North Carolina–The Presbyterian Journal (Weaverville), June 1968-February 1971.
  6. Pennsylvania–Leslie W. Sloat (editor), The Presbyterian Guardian (Philadelphia), July 1949.

Quakers (Society of Friends)

  1. 1950-1953.
  2. American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), 1949-1954.
  3. AFSC, 1955-1976.

Seventh Day Adventists

  1. n.d.
  2. Liberty (Washington, D.C.), January 1974-April 1976, May-June 1978.
  3. These Times (TT), October 1971-December 1972.
  4. TT, January 1973-September 1974.
  5. TT, September 1975-January 1977.
Box 71 Christianity By Sects and Denominations–United Church of Christ
  1. 1961-1978.
  2. Civil Rights and Race, 1965-1973.
  3. Council for Christian Social Action, ca. 1965.
  4. First Congregational Church of Long Beach, California, 1966.
  5. Laymen’s Study Group, ca. 1966.
  6. Herman F. Reissig, 1962.
  7. Sunset School of Preaching, 1967.

United Pentecostal Church

  1. Pentecostal Herald (St. Louis, MO), 1961.

Unitarian-Universalists

  1. 1945-1954.
  2. 1958-1975.
  3. Leon M. Birkhead, 1940-1954.
  4. Black Affairs Council, 1970.
  5. A. Powell Davies, 1952-1955.
  6. John Wolf, 1968-1974.

Ecumenical Movement

  1. 1949, 1954, 1960-1968.
  2. Jan-June 1969.
  3. July-Dec 1969.
  4. 1970-1978.
  5. Pamphlets, 1961-1969.
  6. African Ecumenical Youth Council, 1963.
  7. Louis Cassels, 1961-1974.
  8. Christian Century, 1934, 1950, 1961-1974.
  9. Church World Service, 1973.
  10. Civil Rights and Race (CRR), 1963-1970.
  11. CRR–Black Manifesto, January-May 1969.
  12. CRR–Black Manifesto, June 1969.
  13. CRR–Black Manifesto, July 1969.
  14. CRR–Black Manifesto, August 1969.
  15. CRR–Black Manifesto, September 1969.
  16. CRR–Black Manifesto, October 1969.
  17. CRR–Black Manifesto, November 1969-1972.
  18. CRR–Project Equality, 1969.
  19. Consultation on Church Union, 1966, 1970.
  20. Ecumenical Associates, 1968.
  21. Ecumenical Press Service (Geneva, Switzerland), January-February 1969.
  22. Myron C. Fagan–“The ‘Christian and Jewish Brotherhood Hoax,’” 1959.

Ecumenical Movement—Federal Council of Churches/National Council of Churches

  1. Federal Council of Churches (FCC)–James Myers, 1937-1946.
  2. FCC–William Spofford, ca. 1922-1948.
  3. FCC–Charles P. Taft, 1950-1964.
  4. FCC–Chester E. Tulga, 1948-1949.
  5. FCC–Walter Van Kirk, 1955.
  6. National Council of Churches (NCC), 1950-1959.
  7. NCC–1960.
  8. NCC–1961.
  9. NCC–1962.
  10. NCC–1963.
  11. NCC–1964.
  12. NCC–1965.
  13. NCC–1966.
  14. NCC–1967.
  15. NCC–1968.
  16. NCC–1969.
Box 72 Ecumenical Movement—Federal Council of Churches/National Council of Churches
  1. NCC–1970-1971.
  2. NCC–1972.
  3. NCC–1973-1975.
  4. NCC–1976-1978.
  5. NCC–Pamphlets, Pro–NCC, 1955-1971 (1 of 2).
  6. NCC–Pamphlets, Pro–NCC, 1955-1971 (2 of 2).
  7. NCC–Bible Lesson Program, 1961-1966.
  8. NCC–Eugene Carson Blake, 1957-1973.
  9. NCC–J. Henry Carpenter, 1952.
  10. NCC–W. Sterling Cary, 1972.
  11. NCC–Christian Rural Overseas Program, 1959-1961.
  12. NCC–Civil Rights and Race, 1951-1974.
  13. NCC–Communism, 1960, 1968.
  14. NCC–Communism, Attacks on Anti-Communists, 1962-1967.
  15. NCC–Conference on the Church and Society, 1967.
  16. NCC–Controversy, Amarillo, Texas, 1961.
  17. NCC–Critics, 1944-1960.
  18. NCC–Critics, National Committee of Christian Laymen, 1962-1969.
  19. NCC–Critics, Pamphlets, 1955-1966.
  20. NCC–Edwin T. Dahlberg, 1943-1947.
  21. NCC–Delta Ministry, 1965-1972.
  22. NCC–Delta Ministry, Warren C. McKenna, 1966.
  23. NCC–General Assembly, San Francisco, California, 1960.
  24. NCC–General Assembly, Miami Beach, Florida, 1966.
  25. NCC–General Assembly, Dallas, Texas, 1972.
  26. NCC–Bob Hope, 1971.
  27. NCC–Labor, 1954, 1964-1967.
  28. NCC–William H. Maness, 1966.
  29. NCC–Membership, 1962-1972.
  30. NCC–J. Irwin Miller, 1961-1968.
  31. NCC–Reuben Mueller, 1965-1967.
  32. NCC–Opposition Within, 1961-1973.
  33. NCC–Opposition Within, St. Marks Episcopal Church, Shreveport, Louisiana, 1961.
  34. NCC–Opposition Within, Spring Branch Christian Church, Houston, Texas, 1960-1970.
  35. NCC–“Peace Packet,” 1964.
  36. NCC–Peace, Policy, and People in a Changing World, (n.d.).
  37. NCC–Resolutions Adopted, 1950-1961.
  38. NCC–Robert W. Spike, 1966.
  39. NCC–United Church Women, 1964-1967.
  40. NCC–Vietnamese War, 1965-1972.
  41. NCC–Cynthia Clark Wedel, 1969-1973.
  42. NCC–World Order Study Conference, 1958.
  43. NCC–World Order Study Conference, 1965.

National Council of Churches—Publications

  1. Publications Defending the NCC, 1961-1965.
  2. The Interchurch News, 1968.
  3. Interracial News Service, November 1951-October 1952.
  4. Religion in Communist Dominated Areas, May 1966-November 1969.
  5. Tempo, February 1971-1972.
  6. Tempo, 1973-1974.
  7. Unity Trends, November-December 1967, November 1968.

Ecumenical Movement

  1. Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1929-1933, 1950-1968.
  2. Foundation for Religious Action in the Social and Civil Order, ca. 1960.
  3. General Ecumenical Council, 1969.
  4. Interfaith Movement, Inc., 1950.
Box 73 Ecumenical Movement
  1. Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO), 1969-1975.
  2. IFCO Reports, 1971-1974.
  3. Key ’73, 1972-1973.
  4. National Task Force on Religion and Community Mental Health, 1969.
  5. Religious Education Association, 1952.
  6. Walter Reuther–National Coalition of Conscience, 1965.
  7. Round Table for Christians and Jews, 1950.
  8. Temple of Understanding, 1962.
  9. World Conference on Faith and Order, 1937.
  10. World Council of Churches (WCC), 1946-1957.
  11. WCC, 1961-1968.
  12. WCC, 1969-1970.
  13. WCC, 1971-1978.
  14. WCC–Africa and Racism, 1969-1970.
  15. WCC–Africa and Racism, 1971-1978
  16. WCC–Charles Lutz, Center for Urban Encounter, 1969.
  17. WCC–John A. MacKay, International Missionary Council, 1950-1966.
  18. WCC–Meetings, General Assembly, New Delhi, India, 1961.
  19. WCC–Meetings, Executive Council, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1969.
  20. WCC–Membership, 1962-1972.
  21. WCC–Reader’s Digest, 1971.
  22. WCC–Sodepax, 1969-1970.
  23. WCC–Visser t’ Hooft, 1969-1971.
  24. WCC–Vietnamese War, 1966-1973.

Ecumenical Movement—By State

  1. Kentucky–N. Burnett Magruder, 1960-1973.
  2. Michigan–Burt Bouwman, Michigan Council of Churches, 1951.
  3. Oklahoma–Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry, 1970-1973.

Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalism

  1. Charismatics, 1977.
  2. Challenges to Traditional Christianity (CTC), 1965-1977.
  3. CTC–Communism, 1948-1977 (1 of 2).
  4. CTC–Communism, 1948-1977 (2 of 2).
  5. CTC–Modernism, 1960-1966.
  6. CTC–Modernism, 1967-1975.
  7. CTC–Modernism, Film, The Parable, 1964.
  8. CTC–Modernism, God Is Dead Theology, 1965-1974
  9. CTC–Modernism, Jesus, 1960-1978.
  10. CTC–Neutralism and New Evangelism, 1966-1974.
  11. Faith Healing, 1971-1978.
  12. Fundamentalism, 1965-1977.
  13. Millennialism, 1972.
  14. Pentecostal Movement, 1970-1977.
  15. Prophecy and Predictions (PP), 1956-1977 (1 of 2).
  16. PP, 1956-1977 (2 of 2).
  17. PP–British Israel Teachings, 1940-1974.
  18. PP–The Middle East, 1967-1973.
  19. PP–The Soviet Union, 1968, 1978.
  20. Snake Handling Cults, 1973-1978.
  21. Televangelism, 1977.

Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalism–Individuals and Organizations

  1. Asa A. Allen (AA), 1970.
  2. AA–Miracle Revival Fellowship (Miracle Valley, AZ), Allen Revival Hour, 1962.
  3. Marilyn R. Allen–“Calling All Christians,” 1951.
  4. American Bible Society, 1964-1971.
  5. American Council of Christian Churches/International Council of Christian Churches—Carl McIntire (CM), 1958-1965.
  6. CM, 1966-1969.
  7. CM, 1970-1975.
  8. CM, Archbishop Nikodim, 1960.
  9. CM, Metropolitan Nicolai, 1959.
  10. CM, Arthur Steele, Clearwater Christian College, 1966.
  11. CM, World Council of Churches, 1961-1969.
Box 74 Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalism—Individuals and Organizations

American Council of Christian Churches/International Council of Christian Churches

  1. American Council of Christian Churches/International (ACCC), 1948-1951.
  2. ACCC, 1952-1961.
  3. ACCC, 1962-1967
  4. ACCC, 1968-1973
  5. ACCC, n.d.
  6. ACCC–Accent/Christian Accent, June-July 1966, August 1970, January 1974.
  7. ACCC–Convention, October 1949.
  8. ACCC–Convention, October 1956.
  9. ACCC–Convention, October 1961.
  10. ACCC–Convention, October 1962.
  11. ACCC–Convention, October 1966.
  12. ACCC–Convention, April 1967.
  13. ACCC–Convention, October 1967.
  14. ACCC–Convention, October 1968.
  15. ACCC–Convention, April 1969.
  16. ACCC–Convention, October 1970.
  17. ACCC–Convention, October 1972.
  18. International Council of Christian Churches (ICCC), 1949-1956.
  19. ICCC, 1948-1961.
  20. ICCC, 1964-1975.
  21. ICCC–Internationaletter, October 1964-April 1966.
  22. ICCC–World Congress on Evangelism, 1966.

Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalis—Individuals and Organizations

  1. American Council of Christian Laymen (ACCL), 1949-1955.
  2. ACCL–Challenge (Madison, WI), June 1950-December 1959 (scattered issues).
  3. ACCL–McGeorge Bundy, 1945, 1951, 1967.
  4. ACCL–Clay J. Daggett, 1952.
  5. ACCL–Verne P. Kaub, 1947-1950.
  6. ACCL–Halford E. Luccock, 1954-1955.
  7. ACCL–The Reporter, 1950-1953.
  8. ACCL–Saturday Review of Literature, 1952.
  9. Myman Appleman, 1967-1968.
  10. Garner Ted Armstrong, 1959-1978.
  11. Hart Armstrong (HA)–The Defender (Kansas City, MO), 1971.
  12. HA–The Defender, 1972.
  13. HA–The Defender, 1973.
  14. HA–The Defender, 1974-1975.
  15. HA–The Defender, 1976-1978.
  16. Herbert W. Armstrong, 1954-1974.
  17. Associated Gospel Churches, 1970.
  18. Asbury Revival, 1970.
  19. Associated Gospel Churches–A.G.C. Reporter (Wilkinsburg, PA), January-March 1962.
  20. William Ward Ayer–Ayerow Christian Projects, 1968-1976.
  21. Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker–PTL (Praise the Lord), 1978.
  22. Clyde Belin–Belin Memorial University, Chillicothe, Missouri, 1957.
  23. Bible-Science Association (Caldwell, ID), 1976-1978.
  24. Fred O. Blakely–The Banner of Truth (Griffith, IN), September, November 1978.
  25. Pat Boone (PB), 1972, 1973.
  26. PB–Crisis-America Committee, 1970.
Box 75 Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalism—Individuals and Organizations
  1. Ray and Darlene Brubaker–Radar News (St. Petersburg, FL), April 1971-May 1974.
  2. California Christian Citizens Association, 1967-1968.
  3. California League of Christian Parents, 1967.
  4. Campus Crusade for Christ, 1966-1972.
  5. Frank A. Capell (FAC)–The Herald of Freedom (Zarephath, NJ), 1969-1970.
  6. FAC–The Herald of Freedom, 1971-1972.
  7. FAC–The Herald of Freedom, 1973-1975.
  8. Center for Christian Studies–Renaissance Review (Stanford, CA), March-April 1973.
  9. Central Christian College–The Sentinel (Moberly, MO), August 1962, December 1963-August 1978.
  10. Child Evangelicalism Fellowship, September 1969.
  11. Christ for America/Christ for Everyone (Chicago, IL), 1947-1952.
  12. Christian Amendment Movement (CAM)–The Christian Patriot (Pittsburgh, PA), December 1967-November 1969.
  13. CAM–The Christian Patriot, 1970-1971.
  14. CAM–The Christian Patriot, 1972-August 1975.
  15. Christian Challenge Crusade of Milwaukee, n.d.
  16. Christian Evangelizers Association (CEA)–The Revival Fires Magazine (Joplin, MO), December 1967-December 1969.
  17. CEA–The Revival Fires Magazine, January 1970-May 1972.
  18. Christian Freedom Foundation (Buena Park, CA), 1972.
  19. Christian Heritage Foundation (Tucson, AZ), 1965-1967.
  20. Christian Literature, Inc.–CLI Impact (Santa Ana, CA), February-March 1962.
  21. Christian Nation–American Liberty Press (New York), n.d.
  22. Christian Restoration Association (Cincinnati, OH), n.d.
  23. Christian Resistance–The Register (San Gabriel, CA), February, April 1962.
  24. Christian Standard (Cincinnati, OH), November 1961-September 1978 (scattered issues).
  25. Christianform (Washington, D.C.), 1952, 1973.

Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalism—Church League of America

  1. 1946-1949, 1967-1974.
  2. Liberation News Service, 1972.
  3. National Laymen’s Council of the Church League of America (NLC)–The National Laymen’s Digest (Wheaton, IL), May 1969-December 1973 (scattered issues).
  4. NLC–The National Laymen’s Digest, January 1974-July 1975.
  5. NLC–News and Views (Wheaton, IL), August 1945-December 1949 (scattered issues).
  6. NLC–News and Views, January 1950-April 1954, July 1958-April 1960 (scattered issues).
  7. NLC–News and Views, January 1962-November 1962, September 1963, November 1964 (scattered issues).
  8. NLC–News and Views, January 1965-November 1966 (scattered issues).
  9. NLC–News and Views, January 1967-November 1968 (scattered issues).
  10. NLC–News and Views, January 1969-June 1971 (scattered issues).
  11. NLC–News and Views, May 1972-December 1973 (scattered issues).
  12. NLC–News and Views, July 1974-November 1975 (scattered issues).
  13. Citizens Crusade for Voluntary Prayer (Huntingdon Beach, CA), n.d.
  14. Committee of Christian Laymen (Woodland Hills, CA), 1961-1969.
  15. Concerned Christians of Westwood (California), 1969.
  16. Bruce Corbin (editor)–The Morning Star and Prophetic Bulletin (Enid, OK), May-December 1953.
  17. Creation Science Research Center (San Diego, CA), 1963.
  18. Dave Crowley (DC) (editor)–The Capitol Voice (Washington, D.C.), November 1966, July 1969-January 1971 (scattered issues).
  19. DC–The Capitol Voice, 1972.
Box 76 Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalism—Individuals and Organizations
  1. Dave Crowley (DC)–The Capitol Voice, 1973-November 1974.
  2. DC–The Capitol Voice, 1975-August 1978, June 1979 (scattered issues).
  3. Bolton Davidheiser–News and Notes of Interest to Christians (LaMirada, CA), 1969-1974 (scattered issues).
  4. John E. Douglas (ed./pub.)–World Missionary Evangelism (Dallas, TX), February 1978.
  5. Emergency Laymen’s Committee (Charleston, S.C.), 1952.
  6. Howard C. Estep (editor)–World Prophetic Ministry, Prophetic Newsletter (Colton, CA), April 1966-December 1974, August 1976, March 1979 (scattered issues).
  7. Evangelical Bible Mission– Mission Messenger (Shoals, IN), September, November 1978.
  8. Gene Ewing–Camp Meeting Revivals, World Compassion Magazine (Dallas, TX), October 1968-February 1969.
  9. Faith and Freedom Center–Alarming Cry (Kansas City, KS), 1968, 1974, 1978.
  10. William Fitzpatrick–Society for the Christian Commonwealth (Washington, D.C.), 1968.
  11. Leighton Ford, 1969.
  12. Foundation for Divine Mediation–Freedom Builders of America (Valley Center, CA), October 1961.
  13. Neal Frisby–Miracle Life Revivals, Twentieth Century Life (Phoenix, AZ), January-February 1969.
  14. Full Gospel Business Men’s Voice (FGBMV) (Los Angeles, CA), 1969.
  15. FGBMV, March-December 1970.
  16. FGBMV, January 1971-November 1972.
  17. FGBMV, February 1973-November 1974.
  18. FGBMV, October 1975-February 1977.
  19. Fuller Seminary (Pasadena, CA), 1959-1971.
  20. Future Life Evangelistic Association (Denver, CO), n.d.
  21. Marvin Garrett–“Church Visitor” Column (Ft. Worth, TX), February 1962.
  22. Bill Glass–Bill Glass Evangelistic Association, 1971.
  23. Kenneth Goff (editor)–Christian Battle Cry (Englewood, CO), December 1957.
  24. Billy Graham, 1964, 1967.
  25. James W. Greenwood (JWG)–Christian Restoration Association, The Restoration Herald (Cincinnati, OH), September 1972-December 1973.
  26. JWG–The Restoration Herald, February 1974-November 1978 (scattered issues).
  27. Ernie Habecker (editor)–The Flaming Torch (Metaire, LA), March 1962-December 1964.
  28. Holy Land Christian Mission (HLCM)–The Holy Land Pictorial News (Kansas City, MO), November 1966, May 1968-December 1970 (scattered issues).
  29. HLCM–The Holy Land Pictorial News , January 1971-April 1973 (scattered issues).
  30. Clement Humbard–Calvary Temple, The Praying Hands (Youngstown, OH), December 1967-April 1969.
  31. Louis A. Jacobsen–Evangel Missionary Fellowship, The Evangel (Largo, FL), October 1967-April 1969, April 1973.
  32. Bob Jones University (BJU), 1974.
  33. BJU–Bob Jones University Bulletin, October 1968, January 1971-January 1973.
  34. BJU–Voice of the Alumni, April 1974-February 1976.
  35. D. James Kennedy, 1963.
  36. Kiamichi Mountains Christian Mission (KMCM)–Christian Freedom Academies (Brandon, FL), 1962.
  37. KMCM–Kiamichi Mission News (Honobia, OK), May-August 1969.
  38. Reuel Lemmons–Firm Foundation (Austin, TX), May 1967.
  39. Orvel Libbey, 1944.
  40. Thomas F. Little (editor)–American Protestant Defense League, The American Protest, February-June 1961, October 1966-March 1968.
  41. Paul D. Lindstrom–Church of Christian Liberty (Prospect Heights, IL), 1970.
  42. N. Burnett Magruder (NBM)–Christian Heritage Center (Louisville, KY), 1965, 1977.
  43. NBM (editor)–Christian Heritage Center Revival and Survival Bulletin, November 1965-November 1968 (scattered issues).
  44. NBM–Christian Heritage Center Revival and Survival Bulletin January 1969-May 1975 (scattered issues).
Box 77 Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalism—Individuals and Organizations
  1. Walter R. Martin–Christian Research Institute (Wayne, NJ). 1965-1969.
  2. Ralph D. McLean–Christian Youth Services, Highways for Youth! (Springfield, IL), March 1962-July 1963, Fall 1966.
  3. A.B. McReynolds–Christian Free Academies (Brandon, FL), 1964.
  4. Aimee Semple McPherson (founder)–The Foursquare Magazine (Los Angeles, CA), March 1949.
  5. National Association of Christian Schools (NACS), 1953.
  6. NACS–The Christian Teacher (Chicago, IL), June 1952-June 1954.
  7. National Association of Evangelicals (NAE), 1968-1969.
  8. NAE–Profile of the National Association of Evangelicals (Wheaton, IL), October 1968-February 1969.
  9. National Committee of Christian Laymen (Phoenix, AZ), 1960-1968.
  10. National Reform Association–Christian Statesman (Pittsburgh, PA), 1978.
  11. Merrit Newby (editor)–Dixie Religious Review (Birmingham, AL), n.d.
  12. J. Frank Norris–Materials on Americanism (n.d.); First Baptist Church, Ft. Worth (n.d.); and debate with William Bell Riley over the Protocols of Zion (1938).
  13. John O’Dell–American Christian Action Council (Dexter, MI), 1978.
  14. Ozark Bible College (OBC)–The Compass (Joplin, MO), November 1968-October 1970.
  15. OBC–The Compass, March 1971-July 1974.
  16. OBC–The Compass, February 1975-December 1976.
  17. Dewey J. Parr–Christian Voter’s League (Huntingdon, WV), 1969.
  18. David A. Poling (DAP), 1949-1953, 1968-1969.
  19. DAP (founding editor)–Christian Herald (New York, NY), January-April 1969
  20. DAP–Christian Herald, May-July 1969.
  21. DAP–Christian Herald, February 1970-October 1972 (scattered issues).
  22. DAP–Christian Herald, July-December 1975 (scattered issues).
  23. Haralan Popov–Evangelism to Communist Lands, Inc., Door of Hope, August 1973-April 1974 (scattered issues).
  24. Remnant, Inc. (St. Matthews, KY), 1968.
  25. M.H. Reynolds–Fundamental Evangelistic Association (Los Angeles, CA), 1969, 1973.
  26. William Bell Riley–“Frank Goner vs. Frank Norris, or Some Fundamental Facts,” n.d.
  27. Oral Roberts, 1956-1978.
  28. Oral Roberts University–Steven Durashoff, 1969-1972.
  29. James Robison (JR), 1976.
  30. James Robison Evangelistic Association–The Answer (Hurst, TX), May 1970, July-November 1974.
  31. R.J. Rushdoony– The Religion of Revolution (1965).
  32. Robert Schuller (Garden Grove, CA), 1978.
  33. Fred Schwarz–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade (Long Beach, CA), July 1967-1968.
  34. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1969.
  35. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1970.
  36. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1971.
  37. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1972.
  38. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1973.
  39. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1974.
  40. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1975.
  41. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1976.
  42. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1977.
  43. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, 1978.
  44. FS–Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, January-June 1979.
Box 78 Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalism—Individuals and Organizations
  1. Fred Schwarz (FS)–Debate with Rodger McAfee, 1972.
  2. FS–Lectures on Communism, n.d.
  3. C.I. Scofield–Scofield Reference Bible, n.d.
  4. Fulton J. Sheen–Philosophy of Communism, ca. 1952.
  5. S. David Sikes, n.d.
  6. Matthew Skariah–Friend of Youth (Tulsa, OK), 1971.
  7. Southern California Committee of Christian Laymen, 1965.
  8. The Spotlight (Washington, D.C.)–“Doomsday!” 1979.
  9. Curtis Howe Springer (Mineral Springs,CA), 1968.
  10. C.O. Stadsklev (COS) (editor)–Truth and Liberty Magazine (Hopkins, MN), June-December 1965.
  11. COS–Truth and Liberty Magazine, January 1966-January 1967 (scattered issues).
  12. Clyde F. Stark (editor)– Foundation Truth News Letter (Lincoln, NB), November-December 1949, April 1966-August 1968 (scattered issues).
  13. Billy Sunday Memorial Tabernacle (BSMT)–Sawdust Trail (Sioux City, IA), August 1970-December 1972.
  14. BSMT–Sawdust Trail, 1973.
  15. BSMT–Sawdust Trail, January 1974-April 1976 (scattered issues).
  16. Martin Luther Thomas–Christian American Crusade, 1936, 1951.
  17. Transylvania Bible School (TBS)–The Fountain (Freeport, PA), March-December 1971.
  18. TBS–The Fountain, January-July 1972
  19. TBS–The Fountain, August-December 1972.
  20. TBS–The Fountain, January-June 1973
  21. TBS–The Fountain, July-December 1973.
  22. TBS–The Fountain, January-February, September 1974.
  23. United Community Churches of America– Documentation! (Glendale, CA), October 1965–October 1968 (scattered issues).
  24. U.S. Congress on Evangelism (Minneapolis, MN), 1969.
  25. Voice Christian Publications–Voice in the Wilderness, 1967-1969, February 1974.
  26. Charles and David Webber (CDW)–Southwest Radio Church of the Air, ca. 1935-1953, 1963-1965.
  27. CDW–The Gospel Truth, February 1960, May-August 1978, February 1979.
  28. A.J. West–American Holiness Journal (Apollo, PA), February 1962.
  29. Ralph A. Wilkerson–Melodyland Christian Center, 1978.
  30. Gerald B. Winrod (GBW), ca. 1934-1962.
  31. GBW–The Defender Magazine, November 1946.
  32. World Sunday School Association–Eddie Rickenbacker, 1946.
  33. World Vision International (Monrovia, CA), 1968.

Evangelicalism, Fundamentalism, and Pentecostalism—By State

  1. Arkansas–Susan Epperson, Evolution, 1967.
  2. Arkansas–Mena, End of the World Vigil, 1975.
  3. Arkansas–Daniel Aaron Rogers, 1978.
  4. California–Churches Against Communism, 1964.
  5. California–Evolution, 1963.
  6. Colorado–Central Christian Church, Colorado Springs, The Maranatha Trumpet, November 1972-August 1973.
  7. Illinois–State of Illinois v. Lyril Van Hyning, n.d.

Christianity outside the United States—Canada

  1. 1969.
  2. Baptists, 1969.
  3. Canadian Council of Churches, 1969.
  4. Perry F. Rockwood (PFR)–The Peoples Gospel Hour, The Gospel Standard (Halifax, NS), September 1965-March 1966, November 1970-December 1971.
  5. PFR– The Peoples Pulpit, November 1961-March 1963 (scattered issues).
  6. T.T. Shields–The Gospel Witness and Protestant Advocate (Toronto), 1939 (clipping), March 1950 (copy).
  7. Toronto Christian Mission, 1970-1972.
  8. Trinitarian Bible Society, 1969.

Christianity outside the United States—Europe

  1. European Baptist Federation, 1969.
  2. Britain–Baptists, 1969.
  3. Britain–Reginald A. Bradbury, The Kingdom Voice (London), 1960-1962.
  4. Britain–Ian Macpherson, Prophetic Witness (Eastbourne, Sussex), August 1977, March-September 1978.
  5. Britain–Emmanuel Swedenborg, New Church of Jerusalem, 1969.
  6. Britain–Marjorie Reeves, 1954.
  7. Britain–Donald Soper, 1960-1965.
  8. Germany, 1969.

Christianity outside the United States—Communist Bloc Countries

  1. 1936, 1960-1967.
  2. 1968-1976.
  3. Soviet Union (SU), 1959, 1974.
  4. SU–Baptists, 56-73.
Box 79 Christianity outside the United States—Communist Bloc Countries
  1. Soviet Union (SU)–Russian Orthodox Church, 59-74
  2. SU–Russian Orthodox Church, Carl McIntire, 61-68.
  3. SU–Russian Orthodox Church, Metropolitan Nicolai, 1952, 1969.
  4. SU–Russian Orthodox Church, Metropolitan Boris Nikodim, 1961-1972.
  5. SU–Ukraine, 1962, 1973.
  6. SU–Paul Voronaeff, 1969-1970.
  7. SU–World Parliament of Religions, 1954.
  8. Richard Wurmbrand (RW), 1966-1969.
  9. RW–L.J. Bass, 1966, 1969.
  10. RW–Jesus to the Communist World Inc. (Glendale, CA), October 1967-December 1970 (scattered issues).
  11. RW–Voice of the Martyrs, March 1971-No. 8, 1973; No. 6, 1976-No. 4, 1979 (scattered issues).
  12. Yugoslavia, 1947.
  13. Yugoslavia–Serbian Orthodox Church, 1963.

Christianity outside the United States—Africa

  1. Paul Freed–The Voice of Tangier, ca. 1956.

Judaism

  1. 1976.
  2. American Council for Judaism (ACJ), 1952-1953, 1967.
  3. ACJ–Elmer Berger, 1949.
  4. ACJ–The Council News, June 1950.
  5. American Jewish Committee (AJCom), 1949-1972.
  6. AJCom– Commentary, July-October 1972.
  7. American Jewish Congress (AJCon), 1951, 1968.
  8. AJCon–Commission on Community Interrelations, 1952.
  9. AJCon–Commission on Law and Social Action, 1947-1950.
  10. AJCon–National Community Relations Advisory Council, 1950-1952.
  11. AJCon–Pamphlets, 1945-1952.
  12. American Zionist Council, n.d.
  13. Anti-Communist Jewish Groups, 1952.
  14. Anti-Defamation League of B’Nai B’Rith (ADL), 1933, 1945-1950.
  15. ADL, 1951-1960.
  16. ADL, 1961-1966.
  17. ADL, 1967-1974.
  18. ADL, n.d.
  19. ADL– The ADL Bulletin, January-November 1952.
  20. ADL– The ADL Bulletin, May 1962, September 1964-September 1966.
  21. ADL–Barney Balaban, 1954.
  22. ADL–Christian Friends Bulletin, September 1952.
  23. ADL–Law, September 1967.
  24. ADL–Henry E. Schultz, 1953.
  25. ADL–Richard A. Yaffe, 1950.
  26. B’nai B’rith– The National Jewish Monthly (Washington, D.C.), November-December 1965.
  27. Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, 1951-1955.
  28. Michael S. Kogan (editor)– Jewish Society of Americanists Newsletter, November-December 1966.
  29. Joseph H. Lookstein, 1952.
  30. Newsletter of the Jewish Right (Los Angeles, CA), Vol. IV, No.’s 5, 6; June 1974.
  31. Purim, 1955.
  32. Max Raisin, 1951; J. Howard Ralbag, 1954.
  33. Stanley I. Stuber, 1961-1963.
  34. Benjamin Schultz, 1949-1953.
  35. Abba Hillel Silver, 1934, 1952-1954.
  36. Thomas Sugrue, 1951.
  37. United Jewish Appeal, 1948-1955.
  38. Jonah B. Wise, 1951-1952.
  39. Stephen S. Wise, 1945-1949.
  40. Zev Zahavy, 1953.

Judaism—Jewish-Christian Relations

  1. 1946, 1969.
  2. Jews for Jesus, 1973-1977.
  3. National Conference of Christians and Jews (NCCJ), 1964-1972.
  4. NCCJ–Lillian Block, Religious News Service, 1969.
  5. NCCJ–Brotherhood Week, n.d.
  6. NCCJ–Council on Human Relations, 1955.
  7. NCCJ–Roger Straus, 1952.

Judaism—Anti-Semitism

  1. 1935-1946, 1950-1954.
  2. William Anderson–Christian Defense League, n.d.
  3. Austin J. App, 1948-1949.
  4. Dudley P. Barnetts–American Action, Inc., n.d.
  5. E.W. Biggers, 1948-1949.
  6. Frank L. Britton– The American Nationalist, December 1952-March 1955 (scattered issues).
  7. Christian Anti-Defamation League, 1951.
  8. Christian Educational Association, 1954-1955.
  9. Robert E. Edmondson, 1937-1939.
  10. Ben Hecht, 1958.
  11. Joseph D. Kamp, 1960.
  12. Kehillah Organization, n.d.
  13. Arnold Leese–Anti-Jewish Information Bureau (Guildford, Surrey), Gothic Ripples, January 1953.
  14. Josef Mlot-Mroz (JMM), 1969.
  15. JMM (editor)–S.O.S.!!!, U.S.A., Ship of State (Salem, MA), June 1967-February 1969 (scattered issues).
  16. JMM–S.O.S.!!!, U.S.A., Ship of State, May 1972-November 1975 (scattered issues).
Box 80 Judaism—Anti-Semitism
  1. National Renaissance Party–National Renaissance Bulletin (New York, NY), October-December 1961.
  2. New Christian Crusade Church, 1971.
  3. The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, n.d.
  4. Radcliffe Document, 1945.
  5. Today (Los Angeles, CA)–Response by Oliver Carson, 1946.
  6. Robert H. Williams–Williams Intelligence Summary (Santa Ana, CA), Summer 1949.

Religion—Other Related Materials

  1. American Humanist Association, 1952-1963.
  2. Atheism, 1945, 1957-1968.
  3. Atheism–Federal Communications Commission Ban, 1948.
  4. Atheism–Madalyn Murray O’Hair (MMO), 1963-1978.
  5. Atheism–MMO, Pledge of Allegiance, 1964.
  6. Atheism–MMO, Poor Richard's Church of Universal Life, 1969-1970.
  7. Atheism–Truth Seeker (San Diego, CA), May 1966-April 1967.
  8. Bahá’i Faith–1970.
  9. Brotherhood Religion, 1956, 1964.
  10. Buddhism, 1963-1972.
  11. Cults, 1968-1979.
  12. Cults–Children of God, 1971-1974.
  13. Cults–Church of Perfect Liberty, 1972.
  14. Cults–Deprogramming, 1976-1978.
  15. Cults–Deprogramming, Ted Patrick, 1977.
  16. Cults–Jesus Revolution (JR), 1971-1977.
  17. Cults–JR, Explo ‘72.
  18. Exorcism, 1974.
  19. Hare Krishna, 1976.
  20. The Lucis Trust, 1972-1973.
  21. Maharaj Ji, 1972-1975.
  22. Native American Church, 1969.
  23. Parapsychology–William Sloane Association (New York, NY), n.d.
  24. Psychics–Ruth Davis, 1969-1972.
  25. Psychics–Jeane Dixon, 1967-1976.
  26. Psychics–Paul Petroff, 1963.
  27. Satan Cults–Occult, Paganism, Witchcraft, etc., 1964-1975.
  28. Scientology, 1969-1977.
  29. Spiritism, 1971-1974.
  30. Temple of Illuminati, 1914, 1950.
  31. Theosophy, 1968-1975.
  32. Transcendental Meditation, 1976.
  33. Unification Church (UC), 1976-1978.
  34. UC–Sun Myung Moon, 1964-1976.
  35. Universal Life Church, 1967-1969.
  36. Witchcraft, n.d.
Subseries 7. Miscellaneous Materials

This subseries includes materials that generally do not fit the liberal/conservative paradigm.

  1. Lee Roy Abernathy Piano Course, n.d.
  2. American Bar Association, 1950-1973.
  3. American Ideal of 1776.
  4. Apathy, 1957-1975.
  5. Archeology, 1966-1976.
  6. Athletics, 1977.
  7. Automobiles, 1976.
  8. Baronial Order of the Magna Carta, 1952.
  9. Behavioral Sciences, 1972.
  10. Communication, 1976-1978.
  11. Bicentennial Observance, 1973-1976.
  12. Book Find Club, 1947.
  13. Book of the Month Club, 1968.
  14. Book Reviews, Films, Tapes, and Tracts, n.d.
  15. Boy Scouts, 1949, 1972.
  16. Rose Bozarth, 1962-1963.
  17. Brookings Institution, 1966.
  18. Choices for ‘76, 1972.
  19. Common Cause, 1970-1975.
  20. Common Council for American Unity, 1952.
  21. Computers, 1978.
  22. Concord Jet, 1977.
  23. Coordinating Center for Democratic Opinion, 1968.
  24. Vincent J. Daly–American Association for Social Psychiatry, 1964.
  25. Democracy, 1945-1954 (1 of 2).
  26. Democracy, 1945-1954 (2 of 2).
  27. Democracy and Republic–Difference, 1961-1978.
  28. Double Standard, 1958-1975.
  29. Clifford J. Durr–National Lawyers Guild, ca. 1935-1952.
  30. Edward Earle, n.d.
  31. Encyclopedia Britannica, 1949.
  32. Fact, 1965.
  33. Fact, 1966.
  34. Freemasonry, n.d.
  35. Arthur Graham Glasgow, 1944.
  36. Historic Preservation, 1949-1950.
  37. Historic Spots, 1939.
  38. History–Miscellaneous, n.d.
  39. House Organs, 1952.
  40. Ideas, n.d.
  41. Information Research Bureau, 1950.
  42. Institute for the Study of Sport and Society–I.S.S.S. Newsletter (Oberlin, OH), February, April 1973.
  43. International Order of Old Bastards, n.d.
  44. Esther Jenks–Book Reviews, 1948.
  45. Job Counseling–Walter Pitkin, 1940, 1952.
  46. The Kiplinger Washington Letter, 1962, 1968.
  47. Thomas R. Lane, n.d.
  48. League of Men Voters of the United States, 1971-1972.
  49. Legal Aid, 1978.
  50. Libel, 1949-1954, 1964-1968.
  51. Life in the U.S.A., 1976.
  52. Little-Brown and Company, 1951.
  53. Lying, 1975-1978.
  54. Mailing Lists, 1977.
  55. March of Dimes, 1947-1948.
  56. Edward S. Mason, n.d.
  57. Masons, 1951, 1971-1975.
  58. Mass Media, 1976-1978.
  59. T.B. Macaulay–American Institutions, 1857.
  60. Measurements, 1967-1977.
  61. Message from Zoul, The Unmentionable (L.I. City, NY), ca. 1972-1973.
  62. Misquotes, n.d.
  63. Misquotes–Communist Rules for Revolution, 1969-1970.
  64. Stanley F. Morse, n.d.
  65. National Institute for Advanced Research and Public Policy, 1968.
  66. Neocracy (New Democracy), 1973.
  67. No-Fault Insurance, 1972-1974.
  68. Oaths, 1960-1973.
  69. Partisan Review, n.d.
  70. Patriotism, 1976.
  71. Peace Corps Volunteer, January 1963.
  72. People-to-People Digest, July 1961.
  73. Pledge of Allegiance, 1953.
  74. Polls, 1961-1975.
  75. Public Affairs Pamphlets–Ruth Benedict and Gene Weltfish, No. 85, The Races of Mankind (1946); Maxwell S. Stewart, No. 112, We Can Have Better Schools (1946); Robert W. Cushman, No. 143, New Threats to American Freedoms (1948); National Conference of Christians and Jews, No. 160, Prejudice in Textbooks (1950).
Box 82 Miscellaneous Materials
  1. The Pony Express (TPE) (Sonora, CA), September 1967-December 1969.
  2. TPE, 1970.
  3. TPE, January 1971-February 1972, 1976.
  4. Positive-Negative Argument, 1961-1974.
  5. Postal Service, 1966-1978.
  6. Power Blackouts, 1965-1967.
  7. Pulitzer Prize, 1952, 1964, 1970.
  8. Carroll Quigley, 1977.
  9. Quotations, ca. 1951-1961.
  10. Regionalism, 1976-1978.
  11. Research Institute Recommendation, 1967-1968, 1971.
  12. Theodore Roosevelt Association, 1954.
  13. Science, 1976-1978.
  14. Robert Schlesinger, 1954.
  15. Speeches–Miscellaneous, 1948, 1958.
  16. Speeches–Vital Speeches, July 1949, April 1953.
  17. Statism, 1949.
  18. Stockpiling, 1961.
  19. F.G. Swanson, n.d.
  20. Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1949.
  21. Society of the War of 1812–Veteran Corps of Artillery, 1951-1952.
  22. Sons of the American Revolution, 1949, 1953, 1968, 1971.
  23. The Sons of the American Revolution Magazine, January 1955.
  24. Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, 1954.
  25. Southwest Research Institute, 1952.
  26. Sovereignty, n.d.
  27. Thanksgiving, 1939-1955.
  28. Tidelands Issue, 1949-1953.
  29. Tolerance Brotherhood Week, 1952.
  30. Transportation, 1974-1975.
  31. Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO), 1965-1975.
  32. UFO–National Investigation Committee on Aerial Phenomena, The U.F.O. Investigator, August-September 1965.
  33. Union for Democratic Actions, n.d.
  34. United Police Fund, n.d.
  35. United States Day (October 23), 1955-1967.
  36. United States Flag Foundation, n.d.
  37. Universal Copyright Convention, 1954.
  38. L.E. Whitney, n.d.
  39. Wire Tapping, 1949-1955.

Miscellaneous—By State

  1. Alaska, 1948-1952.
  2. California–Los Angeles (LA), Citizens Legal Defense Alliance, 1970.
  3. California–LA, Community Coordinating Council, 1963.
  4. California–Tulare, Rotary Club, American Way Project, 1950.
  5. Colorado–Aspen Festival, 1952.
  6. District of Columbia (DC), 1963-1975.
  7. DC–Human Kindness Day, 1975.
  8. Hawaii, 1947-1955.
  9. Hawaii–Martial Law, 1945.
  10. Idaho–Boise, Al Alexander, 1967.
  11. Illinois–Chicago, The Spectator, June 1955.
  12. Illinois–Chicago, Ladislav Syrovy, 1969-1970.
  13. Massachusetts–Springfield Plan, 1951.
  14. Michigan–Detroit, 1939-1942.
  15. Missouri–St. Louis, Thera E. Chandler, 1966.
  16. New York–Grand Jury, 1952.
  17. New York–History, 1904.
  18. New York–New York City (NYC), 1965-1978.
  19. New York–NYC, Blackout, 1977.
  20. New York–NYC, Ilka Chase, 1947.
  21. New York–NYC, Citizen’s Housing and Planning Council of New York, 1945-1952.
  22. New York–NYC, Common Council for American Unity, Common Ground, Summer 1946, Summer 1949.
  23. New York–Social Decentralism, Spring Valley, Threefold Farm, n.d.
  24. New York–Social Union, Inc., n.d.
  25. New York–The Town Hall, Inc., 1940-1950.
  26. New York–Williamsburg Settlement, Brooklyn Philanthropic League, n.d.
  27. New York–Louis Waldman, 1954.
  28. Ohio–Warren, Fact Creators, 1951.
  29. Oklahoma–Locust Grove Murders, 1977-1978.
  30. Oklahoma–Tulsa, Crime, 1966-1975.
  31. Oklahoma–Tulsa, Hugh Davis, 1967.
  32. Oklahoma–Tulsa, Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA), 1967-1975.
  33. Pennsylvania–R. Squier Ball (editor), The Double Dome Chronicle (Stroudsburg), January 1978.
  34. Pennsylvania–Eagles Mere, Tourist Literature, ca. 1950.
  35. Texas–Dallas, 1963-1969.
  36. Texas–John Dunn, Reeves City Memorial Hospital, 1963.
  37. Virginia–Jamestown, Tourist Literature, ca. 1958.
  38. Wisconsin–R.E. Duhnke, 1976.
  39. Puerto Rico–1943-1954.
  40. Miscellaneous Materials, n.d.

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