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Billy James Hargis Papers (MC 1412)

Series IV

Newspapers

Boxes 115-177

This series includes two subseries. The first subseries includes newspapers produced by the Christian Crusade. The second includes other newspapers.

Subseries 1. Christian Crusade Newspapers
Box 115
  1. Christian Crusade Weekly, October 1969-December 1971.
Box 116
  1. Christian Crusade Weekly, 1972-1973.
Box 117
  1. Christian Crusade Weekly, January-August 1974, April 1975.
  2. Christian Crusade Weekly, New Delhi Edition, May 1971-November 1974.
Box 118
  1. Christian Crusade/Christian Crusade Newspaper, 1981-1988 (scattered issues).
Box 119
  1. Christian Crusade/Christian Crusade Newspaper, 1989-1999 (scattered issues).
Subseries 2. Other Newspapers

Newspapers in this subseries are divided into two groups by size. The first group includes small format newspapers measuring approximately 18 x 12 inches; the second group consists of larger newspapers. These materials are arranged alphabetically by newspaper title. Most runs of newspapers have missing issues; the designation “scattered issues” indicates significant gaps in the collection’s holdings of that paper.

Box 120 Small Format Newspapers
  1. ABN Correspondence (Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations, Munich, Germany), August-September 1956.
  2. ACC Today (Abilene Christian College, TX), Fall 1968-October 1973 (scattered issues).
  3. Action (Sons of Liberty, Hollywood, CA), September-October 1967.
  4. ADA World (Americans for Democratic Action), September 1960-September 1967; January-February 1978.
  5. Advertising Council News (New York, NY), February 1953.
  6. AFL-CIO Milwaukee Labor Press (Milwaukee County Labor Council, WI), February-March 1967.
  7. AFL-CIO News, May 1978.
  8. A.G.C. Reporter (Associated Gospel Churches, Wilkinsburg, PA), April 1966; September 1967-December 1969; January 1971-June 1973 (scattered issues).
  9. Air-Scoop (Local 148 UAW, AFL-CIO, Long Beach, CA), October 1964.
  10. The Alabama Baptist (Alabama Baptist Convention), April 1970.
  11. America Speaks (William Kullgren, ed., Atascadero, CA), July 1945.
  12. The American Atheist, A Voice of Reason (Madalyn Murray), February 1965.
  13. American Civil Liberties Union News (San Francisco, CA), November 1965; May-July 1967.
Box 121 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Africa Times (Rhodesian Ministry of Information, Immigration and Tourism), October 1973-April 1979.
Box 122 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The American Eagle (American Party), Sept 1973-January 1976.
  2. The American Eagle (Millard Grubbs, ed.), Vol. 1, No. 100, n.d..
  3. American Education Lobby (Washington, D.C.), n.d.
  4. American Examiner (Jewish Examiner/American Hebrew, New York, NY), May 1962.
  5. American Heritage Protective Committee (San Antonio, TX), 1952.
  6. The American Mercury Religious Supplement (Torrance, CA), ca. 1976.
  7. The American News Analyst (Independent Press Publishers, Des Moines, IA), June 1971; March, October 1976.
  8. The American Patriot (We, the People, Phoenix, AZ), January 1977.
  9. The American Protest (American Protestant Defense League), 1950.
  10. The American Statesman (J. Bracken Lee, pub., Salt Lake City, UT), February 1960; December 1961-August 1962.
  11. American Student (American Student Movement, Anti-Imperialist, Cleveland, OH), April 1970.
  12. The American Vindicator (The Vindicator Association, Washington, D.C.), September 1940.
  13. American Voice of Fatima (Barnabite Fathers, Fatima Shrine, Youngstown, NY), 1970.
  14. Americans for America (Wickliffe B. Vennard, Houston, TX), March 1970.
  15. Americans for Individual Action (St. Paul, MN), n.d.
  16. Analysis (Frank Chodorov, ed., New York, NY), October 1948.
  17. The Anvil (Labor Educational Association, New York, NY), March-October 1965.
  18. The Appeal (Oklahoma Council for Labor’s Rank and File), May 1964.
  19. Approach, April 1968-September 1968.
  20. Armed Citizens News (National Alliance to Keep and Bear Arms, Norborne, MO), November 1975.
  21. Attack! (National Youth Alliance, Washington, D.C.), Fall 1970-[December] 1972.
  22. The Auditor Worldwide (The Church of Scientology of California), 1971, 1975, 1979, 1981.
Box 123 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Augusta Courier (Roy V. Harris, Augusta, GA), June 1966-December 1970 (scattered issues).
Box 124 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Augusta Courier, January 1971-September 1974
  2. The AVC Bulletin (American Veterans Committee), August 1946; July-August 1969.
  3. Aware–The Square Newspaper (Alan Bock, editor), July 1969.
Box 125 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Baptist Challenge (M.L. Moser, Jr., Little Rock, AR), November 1968.
  2. The Baptist Message (Louisiana Baptist Convention), April 1960.
  3. Baptist Bible Tribune (Baptist Bible Fellowship, Springfield, MO), February 1961-October 1970; June 1973.
  4. The Baptist Vision (Tom Malone, editor/publisher, Pontiac, MI) April 1973-January 1977 (scattered issues).
  5. The Beacon (Coronado, CA), May 1962.
  6. Benefactor (Alfred Lawson), Vol. 1, No’s 1, 11, 16, n.d.
  7. Berkeley Barb (Berkeley, CA), August 1969.
  8. Bible-Science Newsletter (Bible-Science Association, Caldwell, ID), January 1968-December 1976; February-June 1978 (scattered issues).
Box 126 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Black Panther, November 17, 1973.
  2. B’nai B’rith Messenger (Jewish Publications, Los Angeles, CA) December 1965-January 1966.
  3. The Bond (Committee for GI Rights, New York, NY), January 1968; April 1970.
  4. Boys Town Times (Father Flanagan’s Boy Home, Boys Town, Nebraska), May 1951.
  5. California Independent (Fresno, CA), May, July 1973.
  6. The California Statesman (Oceanside/San Diego, CA), March 1963; March 1964.
  7. Canadian Tribune (Toronto, Ontario), August 1964.
  8. Career (United Office and Professional Workers of America), September 1949.
  9. The Catalyst (Brad Baker, editor/publisher, New Orleans, LA), April 1969.
  10. The Catholic Worker (Catholic Worker Movement), October 1964-December 1969; March 1973-November 1976; May-June 1978.
  11. Challenge (Progressive Labor Party, New York, NY), June, August 1965.
Box 127 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Christian Beacon (Carl McIntire), July 1946; March 1955; August 1957; February 1958; July 1961; April 1963-December 1972 (scattered issues).
Box 128 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Christian Beacon, January 1973-December 1974 (scattered issues).
Box 129 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Christian Beacon, January 1975-August 1977 (scattered issues).
Box 130 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Christian Defense League (Baton Rouge, LA), C.D.L. Special Report No. 1, n.d.
  2. Christian Economics (Christian Freedom Foundation, New York, NY) May 1952; December 1965-October 1970.
  3. Christian Vanguard (New Christian Crusade Church), April 1971-December 1974.
  4. The Church of God (Theocratic Party, Queen’s Village, NY), March, September 1964; March 1968.
  5. The CIO News (Washington, D.C.), July 1948; June 1952.
  6. Citizens Informer (Tri-State Informer, Overland, MO), October 1974; March 1975.
  7. Citizen’s Intelligence Digest (Bakersfield, CA), Vol. 1, No. 1, n.d.
  8. Civil Liberties (American Civil Liberties Union), September, December 1970.
  9. Civil Liberties in New York (New York Civil Liberties Union), January, May 1955; October 1956.
  10. Combat (British National Party), November-December 1965.
  11. Common Sense (Conde McGinley, ed./Christian Educational Association, Union, NJ), September 1947; November 1950-November 1952; March 1961-May 1972 (scattered issues).
  12. Congress of Freedom News (Summit, MS), October 1974; November 1975.
  13. The Conservative Georgian (The Southern Conservative Publishing Company), April 1963.
  14. Constitution-News Review (Renton, WA), September 1962.
  15. “Controversy” (Salon Ltd., Norborne, MO), January, June 1976.
  16. CRC Viewpoint (Ohio Committee to Restore the Constitution), January-March 1978.
  17. Crossroads (E.J. Lewis, Newspaper Printing Corporation, Sandia Base, NM), March 1964.
  18. Crusader (American Baptist Convention), February 1961; September 1966.
  19. The Daily O’Collegian (Oklahoma State University), June 1961.
  20. Dallas Notes (Stoney Burns, pub., Dallas, TX), Vol. 2, No. 15, n.d.
  21. Dawn (Independence Foundation Portland, IN), January 1966-January 1968 (scattered issues).
Box 131 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World (Longview Publishing Company, New York, NY), July-September 1968.
    NOTE: Continues The Worker.
Box 132 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, October-December 1968.
Box 133 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, January-March 1969.
Box 134 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, April-June 1969.
Box 135 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, July-September 1969.
Box 136 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, October-November 1969.
Box 137 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, January-March 1970.
Box 138 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, April-June 1970.
Box 139 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, July-September 1970.
Box 140 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, October-December 1970.
Box 141 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, January-March 1971.
Box 142 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, April-June 1971.
Box 143 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, July-September 1971.
Box 144 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, October-December 1971.
Box 145 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, January-March 1972.
Box 146 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, April-June 1972.
Box 147 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, July-September 1972.
Box 148 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, October-December 1972.
Box 149 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, January-March 1973.
Box 150 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Daily World, April-May 1973.
Box 151 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The David Livingstone Missionary Foundation (Tulsa, OK), Vol. 1, No. 2, Vol. 2, No. 3, n.d.
  2. The Democrat (Democratic National Committee), February-October 1952 (scattered issues).
  3. Divine Love (The Apostolate of Christian Action, Fresno, CA), 1969-1973, 1975, 1979.
  4. DRWAW Journal (Distillery, Rectifying, Wine and Allied Workers’ International of America), September 1964.
  5. The Education Sun (School of Education, New York University), July 1951; April 1952.
  6. The Educator (James H. Townsend, ed., Fullerton, CA), September-December 1971; September 1972.
  7. Election Preview (United Republicans of California), June 1966.
  8. Electrical Union World (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 3, New York, NY), October 1961.
  9. The Empire State Minute Man (Sons of the American Revolution), Vol. 1, No. 2-3, n.d.
  10. Encounter (Christian League of Souther Africa/Rhodesia Christian Group), July 1977.
  11. The Enquirer/Christian Enquirer (RDS Development Services, Williamsport, PA), March-June 1972; March 1974; January 1976-August 1977 (scattered issues).
  12. Equal Justice (International Labor Defense, New York, NY), April 1938.
  13. Exposé (Stuart Publications, New York, NY), November 1951-April 1953; November 1954; June 1955.
Box 152 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Family Renewal (Christian Renewal, Clovis, CA), n.d.
  2. Far Eastern Beacon (Far Eastern Council of Christian Churches), December 1968-October 1976.
  3. Farmers Union Herald (St. Paul, MN), January 1962.
  4. The Farmer’s Voice (Wooster, Ohio), Fall 1961, Winter 1962, Fall 1963.
  5. The Federationist (International Labor Press of America), April 1936 [reproduction by the Conservative Political Association, New Orleans, LA].
  6. The Fellowship News (Bob Jones University), March 1971-January 1973.
  7. The Fiery Cross (United Klans of America, Tuscaloosa, AL), Vol. 2, No. 8, n.d..
  8. The Fighting American (Homer Owen, Waco, TX), March 1961; January-February 1962.
  9. Fire! (Students for a Democratic Society, Chicago, IL), November 1969.
  10. Ford Rouge News (Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI), April 1949.
  11. Fort Hamilton American (Judson Bayard Reece, Hamilton, OH), September 1969-January 1971.
  12. Fraternal Outlook (International Workers Order, New York, NY) November 1943; December 1947.
  13. Free China Weekly (Chinese Information Service, Taipei), April 1968; July 1976-January 1979.
  14. Free Enterprise (Harry T. Everingham, ed., Phoenix, AZ), June 1969-September 1973; September 1976.
Box 153 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Free Press (Syd D. Pierce, ed., Redmond, OR), March 1949. NOTE: Item missing.
  2. Freedom (Church of Scientology of California), September [1972?]-April 1975.
  3. The Freedom Record (Freedom Publishing Company, Fort Walton Beach, FL), June 1962.
  4. Freedom’s Voice (MacArthur Freedom Association, Kenosha, WI), 1964-1965.
  5. The Fundamentalist (J. Frank Norris, ed., Fort Worth, TX), July 1950.
  6. Good Government Educator (Good Government Educational League, Seattle, WA), December 1946.
  7. Guardian (Weekly Guardian Associates, New York, NY), September 1974.
  8. Gun Week (Sidney, Ohio) September-December 1972.
  9. Harambe, (KU Black Student Union, Lawrence, KS), n.d.
  10. Herald of His Coming (Gospel Revivals, Los Angeles, CA), April 1973-September 1974; October 1977-May 1979 (scattered issues).
  11. Herald of Hope (Christ Faith Mission, Los Angeles, CA), March 1972-Fall 1978.
Box 154 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Heretics (The National Insider, Chicago, IL), Summer 1966.
  2. Hill Topper (Alliance College, Cambridge Springs, PA), October 1950.
  3. Hoosier Legionnaire (Indiana Department, American Legion), February 1953.
  4. Hour of Prophecy (Fort Worth, TX), September 1972-May 1976; April-May 1979.
  5. Human Events (Washington, D.C.) April 1962; June 1963-November 1964.
  6. IFCO News (Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization, New York, NY), January 1972-October 1974
  7. IMUA Spot Light (Hawaii Residents’ Association), August 1949-December 1951, January 1967.
  8. The Independent (Expose, Inc., New York, NY), February-October 1966.
  9. The Indianapolis Jesus Press, ca. 1971.
  10. The Interchurch News (National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.), March 1961-November 1962; October 1963; October 1964; April 1966-April 1968.
Box 155 Small Format Newspapers
  1. ISI Campus Report (Intercollegiate Society of Individualists), January 1963-Spring 1965 (scattered issues).
  2. The Jerusalem Post, Weekly Overseas Edition (Gershon Agron, founder, Israel), June 1973-June 1974.
  3. The Jewish Chronicle (Pittsburgh Jewish Publication and Education Foundation, PA), October 1968.
  4. JFG, The Jones Family’s Grandchildren (Norman, OK), November [1969?].
  5. Labor (Standard Railroad Labor Organizations), May 1964-October 1966 (scattered issues).
  6. Leviathan (V.R.- Leviathan Publications, San Francisco, CA), May 1970.
  7. Legionnaire (Woods W. Lynch Post 19, Midland, TX), October 1962.
  8. Liberdad (Citizens Committee for Agriculture, Salinas, CA), September [1971?]; November 1972.
  9. [No Title], (Liberty Lobby, Washington, D.C.), n.d.
  10. Liberty or License (Wichita, KS), August 1969.
  11. Lincoln News (Lincoln-Mercury Division, Detroit, MI), March 1949.
  12. Los Angeles Free Press, November 1967; July 1969.
  13. The Lutheran Witness (The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod), July 1975.
  14. The Machinist (International Association of Machinist and Aerospace Workers), January-March 1967.
  15. The Manchester Guardian Weekly (Manchester, England), March 1951; February-June 1952.
  16. Michael (Institute of Political Action, Rougemont, Quebec) July-December 1976.
  17. Michael Fighting (Rougemont, Quebec), April-September 1976.
  18. Militant American (Jonathan Wainwright Post No. 492, American Legion, San Antonio, TX), June-July 1962.
  19. Militant Truth (Sherman A. Patterson, Christian Citizens Crusade, Atlanta, GA), June 1957; November 1965-November 1966; December 1968-April 1974; June 1976 (scattered issues).
Box 156 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Millville Army Air Field Thunderbolt (Millville, NJ), March 1945.
  2. Mississippi Farmer (Jackson, MS), June 1968; June 1970.
  3. The Morning Star (East Africa Christian Alliance, Nairobi, Kenya) December 1968-December 1972 (scattered issues).
  4. The Mobilizer to End the War in Vietnam (Spring Mobilization Committee, San Francisco, CA), April 1967.
  5. Movement (The Movement Press, San Francisco, CA) August 1968.
  6. Muhammad Speaks (Elijah Muhammad), April 1963-November 1971 (scattered issues).
  7. NAM News (National Association of Manufacturers) October 1948.
  8. National Christian News (Ocala/St. Petersburg, FL), May 1963-1972 (scattered issues).
  9. The National Council News (National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.), November-December 1950.
  10. National Eagle (Walter Huss, Portland, OR), May-June 1964.
  11. The National Educator (Fullerton, CA), December 1972-January 1973; May 1974; September 1976.
  12. National Guardian (Weekly Guardian Associates, New York, NY), March 1952; July 1961-1962 (scattered issues).
Box 157 Small Format Newspapers
  1. National Guardian, 1963-July 1967, November 1975 (scattered issues).
  2. National Jewish Post and Opinion (Gabriel Cohen, editor/publisher, New York, NY), September-November 1965.
Box 158 Small Format Newspapers
  1. National Observer (Paul O. Peters, ed., WA, D.C.) October 1957.
  2. The National Record (Washington, D.C.), May, July 1944.
  3. National Right to Life News (National Right to Life Committee), November 1973.
  4. National Spotlight (Highland Park, MI), February 1967.
  5. National Spotlight/Spotlight (Liberty Lobby, Washington, D.C.), September 1975-September 1976.
Box 159 Small Format Newspapers
  1. National Spotlight/Spotlight, October 1976-April 1977.
  2. NEA Reporter (Washington, D.C.), November 1967-November 1969; April 1971-December 1973.
Box 160 Small Format Newspapers
  1. New America (Socialist Party, New York, NY), December 1970.
  2. The New American (American Defense Fund, Palatine, IL), April 1969.
  3. New American Movement (Berkeley, CA), January, May 1972.
  4. New Horizons for Youth (Youth Publications, New York, NY) January 1961-ca. 1963 (scattered issues).
  5. The New Right (Michigan National Youth Alliance), March, September 1969.
  6. New Solidarity (National Caucus of Labor Committees), March-July 1973; October 1974.
  7. The New Start (American Church Union of the Episcopal Church), November 1947.
  8. New York Free Press (Jack Banning, publisher), March 1968.
  9. New York Teacher News (UPWA) October-November 1952.
  10. The NFO Reporter (National Farmers Organization), November 1955.
  11. Nommo (UCLA Black Students’ Union), April 1969.
  12. North Dakota Union Farmer (Jamestown), September 1961-January 1962 (scattered issues).
  13. Occult Observer (Alpha Omega Outreach, Fresno, CA) Spring-Last Quarter 1973.
  14. The Oklahoma Observer (Frosty Troy, ed., Oklahoma City), May-July 1973.
Box 161 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Oklahoma Opportunity (Oklahoma City), January-August 1964 (scattered issues).
  2. One Loyalty (Society of Red Haters, Huntington, WV), May 1952.
  3. The Orthodox Baptist (First Orthodox Baptist Church, Ardmore, OK), February 1944; February 1963; January 1969-May 1979 (scattered issues).
  4. The Organizer (Committee to Rebuild the National Welfare Rights Organization, New York, NY), February 1973.
  5. Panama Canal Spillway (Panama Canal), January 1964.
  6. Patriot Youth (New York, NY), September 1930.
  7. Peace Corps News (Washington, D.C.), Winter 1962.
  8. Peace News (London), June 1956; January 1965-March 1968 (scattered issues).
  9. Peoples World (Los Angeles, CA), February 1961; February-December 1962; July, October 1964.
Box 162 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Peoria Labor News (Peoria, IL), February 1962.
  2. Pittsburgh Freedom News (New York, NY), n.d.
  3. PM Daily (New York, NY), April 1946.
  4. The Presbyterian Layman (Presbyterian Lay Committee, United Presbyterian Church), February 1972-December 1974; February 1976-May 1979 (scattered issues).
  5. Private Property Free Enterprise (Ogle County Taxpayers Association, IL), October 1972-January 1977.
  6. The Progressive (Robert M. LaFolette, Sr., founder), January-February 1944.
  7. Protestant Telegraph (Puritan Printing Company, Belfast, Ireland), January 1973; November 1973-October 1976.
Box 163 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Protos (Los Angeles, CA), April-May 1970.
  2. Quaker Service (American Friends Service Committee), Fall 1970.
  3. The Record of the CTA Southern Section (California Teachers Association), October 1952.
  4. The Republican (Miami, FL), July, September, December 1965.
  5. Revival Fires (Milldale Baptist Church Bible Conference, Zachary, LA), May 1968-March 1969; April-June 1976.
  6. Revolutionary Communist Youth Newsletter (New York, NY), October 1971-February 1972.
  7. Right to Life News (Faith Chapel, Fresno, CA), May 1973.
  8. Rural Times (Albany, IN), July 1972.
  9. SDS New Left Notes (Students for a Democratic Society, Chicago, IL), September 1967; October 1968-October 1969.
  10. Shakedown (Wrightstown, NJ), April 1970.
  11. Silent Majority V.O.I.C.E. (Seattle, WA), June 1972-October 1973.
  12. Slovák v Amerike (New York, NY), November 1946; December 1947; March 1948.
  13. Socialist Call (Socialist Party, New York), February 1952.
  14. The Solid Rock News, n.d.
  15. The South End (Wayne State University), January 1969.
Box 164 Small Format Newspapers
  1. South Today (Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, GA), July 1969.
  2. The Southern Patriot (Southern Conference Educational Fund), June 1954; January 1955; January 1965-March 1970; January 1972-July 1976.
  3. Soviet Weekly (Co-operative Printing Society, London), October 1964.
  4. Special Miracle (Don Stewart Ministry, Phoenix, AZ), n.d.
  5. The Spotlight (Washington, D.C.), June 1976-March 1978 (scattered issues).
  6. Statecraft (C.B. Baker, ed., National Youth Action, Alexandria, VA), October 1968-January 1972 (scattered issues).
  7. Student Mobilizer (Student Mobilization Committee, New York, NY), December 1967.
  8. Student Statesman (Thomas Wyatt, Los Angeles, CA), June 1961; January 1964.
  9. Success (Constitutional Alliance, Washington, D.C.), August, September 1966.
  10. The Summit Sun (Mary Dawson Cain, ed., Summit, MS), August 1974.
  11. Target (War Assets Administration), May 1947.
  12. Tax Strike Digest (Torrance, CA), Summer 1972.
  13. Teacher’s Voice (Michigan Education Association), January 1972.
  14. Tempo (National Council of Churches), October 1968-December 1970.
Box 165 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Texas Argus (Clyde Wantland, San Antonio, TX) April, Summer 1962.
  2. The Texas Defiance (San Antonio, TX), November 1964-January 1965.
  3. Through to Victory (Paul C. Neipp, Ridgecrest, CA), January 1964; September 1969-February 1974.
  4. The Thunderbolt (National States Rights Party, Savannah, GA), June 1967-January 1975 (scattered issues).
  5. Today’s World (Tom Finan, Jr., editor/publisher, St. Louis, MO), July-August 1946.
  6. Today’s World (Miracle Publishing Company, Miami, FL), September 1963-February 1964.
  7. The Trade Labor News (Organized Labor for the Members of Organized Labor, Long Beach, MS), November 1959.
  8. Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry (Tulsa, OK), March 1973.
  9. TWU Express (Transport Workers Union of America), March 1964; September 1966; January-February 1967; December 1972.
  10. UAW Solidarity (Detroit, MI), January-April 1963; June 1965-October 1968.
Box 166 Small Format Newspapers
  1. Understanding China Newsletter (American Friends Service Committee, Pasadena, CA), February 1966.
  2. Union (Ramsbury, Wiltshire, England), December 1948.
  3. USA (Unite Save America), May 1943.
  4. The Vet-Times (Army Times Publishing Company, Washington, D.C.), July 1950.
  5. Victoria Mirror (Victoria, TX), March-April 1962.
  6. Vietnam Courier (Hanoi), January 1970.
  7. Voice of Freedom (Mutual Co-Operation League of Canada), February 1961.
  8. Voice of Temperance (San Antonio, TX), April 1962.
  9. The Wallace Stand (George Wallace), March 1971-January 1972; June 1975.
  10. Walrus (Urbana-Champaign, IL), n.d.
  11. The War Cry (Salvation Army), October 1963.
  12. We, The People (Chicago, IL) September 1963-January 1964.
  13. Wellesley College News (Wellesley, MA), January, March 1950.
  14. Western Messenger (Baptist Bible Fellowship, Yakima, WA) January 1972-December 1976; March, May 1979.
  15. Western Voice (Harry H. Springer, Englewood, CO, founder), December 1947; March 1962-July 1969 (scattered issues).
  16. White Collar (Office and Professional Employees Union, AFL-CIO and CLC), November 1970.
  17. White Power (National Socialist White People’s Party), December 1972; October 1974.
  18. Wisconsin Report (Brookfield, WI), January 1978.
  19. Workers World (New York, NY), January 1966-December 1968.
  20. Workers’ Power (Socialist Publishing Company, Highland Park, Michigan), March-May 1973.
  21. Worldwide Evangelist (Concordia Publishing House, St. Louis, Missouri), April 1969-July 1974.
  22. Worldwide Impact (Campus Crusade for Christ International), October 1970.
  23. Young Socialist (Young Socialist Alliance, New York, NY), December 1963-January 1964; November 1974.
  24. The Young Worker (New York, NY), October 1967.
Box 167 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Worker (Freedom of the Press Company/Longview Publishing Company, New York, NY), June 1950; November 1958-June 1961 (scattered issues). NOTE: Continued by Daily World.
Box 168 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Worker, July 1961-March 1962.
Box 169 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Worker, April-December 1962.
Box 170 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Worker, 1963.
Box 171 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Worker, 1964.
Box 172 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Worker, 1965.
Box 173 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Worker, 1966.
Box 174 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Worker, January-September 1967.
Box 175 Small Format Newspapers
  1. The Worker, October 1967-July 1968.
Boxes 176 and 177 Large Format Newspapers
  1. The American Freeman (E. Haldeman-Julius, ed., Girard, KS), January, April 1944.
  2. The British Independent (The Racial Preservation Society, Brighton, Sussex), Spring 1966.
  3. The Christian American (Jack N. Payton, pub., Houston, TX), December 1966.
  4. China Post (Nancy Yu-Huang, pub., Taipei, Taiwan), February-April 1971; May-July 1973; August 1975-August 1976; April-May 1978 (scattered issues).
  5. The Councilor (Citizens Council of Louisiana), February 1963; January 1964; March 1970-June 1976 (scattered issues).
  6. Daily People’s World (Pacific Publishing Foundation, San Francisco, CA), January-February 1946 (scattered issues).
  7. Free Men Speak (Kent H. Courney, president, New Orleans, LA), July 1955.
  8. The Freedom Press, (Pressworthy Publication Corporation, Carpinteria, CA), August, September 1963.
  9. The Independent American (New Orleans, LA), December-January 1962; November 1965-December 1972 (scattered issues).
  10. Industrial Worker (Industrial Workers of the World), February, March 1964.
  11. The Kansas Messenger (Christian Churches of Kansas, Topeka, KS), June 1968.
  12. Labor (Standard Railroad Labor Organizations), March 1962.
  13. Manila Bulletin (Philippines), October 1969.
  14. National Chronicle (Hal W. Hunt, ed.-pub., Burney, CA), October-November 1966.
  15. The Philippines Herald (Manila), October 1969.
  16. RF Illustrated (Rockefeller Foundation), October 1972.
  17. The Rhodesia Herald (Salisbury), January 1968; April 1970.
  18. The Rising Tide (Freedom Leadership Foundation, Washington, D.C.), January-February, November 1978.
  19. Spotlight News (Forum Press Associates, St. Louis, MO), Vol IV, No. 1; Vol, VI, No. 1, n.d.
  20. The Tablet (Brooklyn, NY), July 1961.
  21. The Torch (United America Movement, Chicago, IL), September, November 1969.
  22. Vancouver Times, August 1964.

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