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Guide to the Arnie Goldwag Brooklyn Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) collection ARC.002

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Collection processed by Larry Weimer

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on May 19, 2011
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Descriptive Summary

 
Creator: Committee for Peace Organization.
Creator: Congress of Racial Equality. Brooklyn Chapter.
Creator: Congress of Racial Equality.
Creator: End the Draft Committee.
Creator: Goldwag, Arnold
Title: Arnie Goldwag Brooklyn Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) collection
Dates [inclusive]: 1943-2007
Dates [bulk]: Bulk, 1961-1971
Abstract: The Arnie Goldwag Brooklyn Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) collection consists principally of the subject files concerning 1960s civil rights activism maintained by Arnie Goldwag, an officer of Brooklyn CORE during the first half of the 1960s. These files include correspondence, newsletters, event announcements (e.g., fliers), directions for demonstrators, photographs, press releases, clippings, and other documents related to many of the actions conducted by Brooklyn CORE, particularly for the period 1961-1965. Actions represented in the collection include those protesting discrimination in employment, housing, schools, and the like, including the controversial initiative to block traffic in connection with the opening of the 1964 World's Fair. The collection also includes reminiscences by Goldwag and other CORE members looking back from the 1990s and 2000s. In addition to Brooklyn CORE-related material, the collection includes material related to other 1960s activist groups, including those involved with civil rights, Vietnam War opposition, and draft resistance, among others.
Quantity: 13.75 Linear feet in 13 manuscript boxes, 5 record cartons, and 2 artifact boxes
Call Phrase: ARC.002

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Biographical/Historical note

Arnold (Arnie) Stanley Goldwag was born on January 18, 1938. A resident of Brooklyn, Goldwag attended Brooklyn College beginning in 1955 where he held leadership positions in a range of organizations, including social fraternities, student government, and student rights groups. He left Brooklyn College about 1961 without graduating, though he was readmitted in 1966 and graduated in 1968.

While still at Brooklyn College in the late 1950s, Goldwag became involved in the activities of the Brooklyn chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), starting with distributing fliers urging a boycott of Woolworth's. His role in the chapter expanded quickly, and in the years of Goldwag's active participation in CORE (1960-1965), he held leadership positions, principally as the Community Relations Director. In this position, Goldwag was responsible for press relations, publicity, and coordination with communities and demonstrators on the organization's direct actions. Over the course of his tenure in Brooklyn CORE, Goldwag participated in a number of actions, both locally, such as the 1963 Board of Education sit-in, and nationally, such as in Cambridge, Maryland, where Goldwag was involved in CORE's effort to desegregate public facilities. Goldwag's activism led to several arrests and a 13 month prison sentence in 1964; he served one month of the sentence in Rikers Island penitentiary.

Founded in Chicago in 1942, CORE was centered on the principles of interracial, nonviolent direct action. Local chapters that affiliated with national CORE had a great deal of autonomy of action. Within this structure, Brooklyn CORE emerged in the early 1960s as one of the most radical CORE chapters, focusing on the living conditions of poor African-Americans in Bedford-Stuyvesant and employing increasingly aggressive confrontational tactics. It was during this surging radical activism in Brooklyn CORE that Goldwag was a central figure in the chapter and in its many civil rights actions. Indeed, Goldwag was a principal creator of one of Brooklyn CORE's most controversial actions, the Stall-In at the opening of the 1964 World's Fair. This action, which called for the deliberate blockage of automobile traffic headed to the Fair in order to call attention to discrimination against African-Americans, led to the suspension of the chapter by CORE.

Subsequent to his days with CORE, which ended in 1965, and his 1968 graduation from Brooklyn College, Goldwag went to work for the New York City Human Resources Administration as a contract manager for home care programs. In the 1990s he went on leave to work for his union (Social Service Employees Union Local 371) as Health and Safety Coordinator. In the 1990s and 2000s, Goldwag was actively engaged in ensuring that the civil rights movement was remembered, and its continued struggle recognized. He participated in a number of conferences and oral histories, and opened his files to researchers. Arnie Goldwag died on August 9, 2008.

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Scope and Contents

The Arnie Goldwag Brooklyn Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) collection consists principally of the subject files concerning 1960s civil rights activism maintained by Arnie Goldwag, an officer of Brooklyn CORE during the first half of the 1960s. These files include correspondence, newsletters, event announcements (e.g., fliers), directions for demonstrators, photographs, press releases, clippings, and other documents related to many of the actions conducted by Brooklyn CORE, particularly for the period 1961-1965. Actions represented in the collection include those protesting discrimination in employment, housing, local government services, schools, and the like. The collection includes actions, such as the Stall-In at the 1964 World's Fair, aimed at calling attention to discrimination practiced in Brooklyn and in the metropolitan New York City area, as well as participation in nationally-oriented initiatives, such as the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

While the collection documents Brooklyn CORE's actions as an organization, it also documents the intersection of activism with the life of an important activist, Arnie Goldwag. The collection includes documentation of Goldwag's student years at Brooklyn College, his military draft status, arrest records, correspondence written to him while in Rikers Island prison, his reflections on his CORE activism, and other material. In addition, personal correspondence to Goldwag from other former CORE activists often include reflections on their activism.

The collection holds little or no material on CORE from the years after 1965, and little material generally from the 1970s and 1980s. Nevertheless, the collection holds material from the 1980s-2000s that concern reunions, memorials, reminiscences, research papers, and other reflections on CORE, the civil rights struggle, and its continuing legacy.

In addition to Brooklyn CORE, there is material in the collection from other national and New York organizations concerned with civil rights actions, including the Student NonViolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and Harlem Parents Committee, among others. There is also material from the mid to late 1960s concerning anti-Vietnam War and anti-draft matters, including newsletters from the Brooklyn-based organizations End the Draft and Committee for Peace Organization. The collection also includes photocopies of New York City Police Department reports concerning the activities of CORE and other organizations from the 1960s and early 1970s.

Finally, the collection includes a selection of books and pamphlets from Arnie Goldwag's library and lapel pins and buttons from election campaigns, anti-war demonstrations, union activities, etc. collected by Goldwag.

Arrangement note

The collection is organized in two series: Subject Files and Books.

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Access Points

Subject Names

  • Goldwag, Arnold
  • Lynn, Conrad J.
  • Mitchell, David Henry
  • Owens, Major R., (Major Robert Odell)

Document Type

  • Books
  • buttons (information artifacts)
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Correspondence
  • Fliers (printed matter)
  • lapel pins
  • leaflet (printed work)
  • Pamphlets
  • Photocopies
  • Photographs
  • Press releases

Subject Organizations

  • Alliance for Jobs or Income Now (New York, N.Y.).
  • Brooklyn Civil Rights Defense Committee (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.).
  • Congress of Racial Equality. Brooklyn Chapter.
  • Congress of Racial Equality.
  • Freedom & Peace Party of New York State.
  • Harlem Parents Committee.
  • Metropolitan Council on Housing (New York, N.Y.).
  • New York World's Fair (1964-1965).
  • Peace and Freedom Party (U.S.).
  • Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.).
  • Youth Against War & Fascism.

Subject Topics

  • African Americans -x Civil rights -- New York (State) -- New York
  • African Americans -x Education -- New York (State) -- New York
  • African Americans -x Employment -- New York (State) -- New York
  • African Americans -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Civil disobedience -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Civil rights demonstrations -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Civil rights movements -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Civil rights workers -- New York (State) -- New York
  • De facto school segregation -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Discrimination in employment -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Discrimination in housing -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Discrimination in public accommodations -- Maryland -- Cambridge
  • Government, Resistance to -- New York (State) -- New York
  • March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Washington, D.C., 1963
  • Minorities -x Civil rights -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Police patrol -- Surveillance operations
  • Race discrimination -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Rent strikes -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Reunions
  • Tenants' associations -- New York (State) -- New York

Subject Places

  • Bedford-Stuyvesant (New York, N.Y.)
  • Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
  • Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) |x History |v Archival resources.
  • Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
  • New York (N.Y.)
  • New York (N.Y.) |x History |v Archival resources

Subject Uniform Title(s)

  • Children's rights report
  • Downdraft
  • Ergo (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.)

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Administrative Information

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open to researchers without restriction.

Conditions Governing Use note

The collection includes a wide range of materials, most of which BHS does not hold reproduction rights to. Permission to publish or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation

Identification of item, date (if known); Arnie Goldwag Brooklyn Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) collection, ARC.002, Box and Folder number; Brooklyn Historical Society.

Related Archival Materials note

At Brooklyn Historical Society:

Brooklyn Historical Society holds fifteen slides made by Oliver Lewis of photographs credited to Bob Adelman which concern CORE actions circa 1962, including protests at the Board of Education. These are available for viewing in the library's PastPerfect database (accession V1989.22).

The BHS library also holds some books about CORE, other than those in the Goldwag collection itself. These can be found through the on-line Bobcat catalog, searching on the term "Congress of Racial Equality."

Other than Brooklyn Historical Society:

The Brooklyn Collection of Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) holds Dr. Brian Purnell's Ph.D. thesis: A movement grows in Brooklyn: the Brooklyn chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and the northern civil rights movement during the early 1960's. BPL also holds various oral histories and transcripts conducted by Dr. Purnell during his research.

In addition, BPL holds materials donated by Rioghan Kirchner, another important leader of Brooklyn CORE. There are photos, news clippings, some case files from housing investigations, and materials that pertain to FOCUS, a Brooklyn-based housing advocacy organization Kirchner helped found after her time in Brooklyn CORE. And BPL holds nearly the entire collection (1969-1983) of Black News, the major publication of The East, a black nationalist organization.

Columbia University's Oral History Office holds three tapes of interviews with Arnie Goldwag. According to the webpage of oral historian Sheila B. Williams (http://www.crmvet.org/nars/orallist.htm), interviews that she conducted in 1999 and 2001 with Goldwag "discuss [the] founding [and] functions of Brooklyn CORE. Last tape also discusses the Route 40 campaign [and] his friendship with Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Ture), including Stokely's last days [and] death upon returning to New York." Ms. Williams's oral histories also include one from 2000 with Elaine Bibuld, a Brooklyn CORE activist who was at the center of certain of the actions prominent in BHS's Goldwag collection.

Wisconsin Historical Society holds two archival boxes of Brooklyn CORE records collected by Oliver and Marjorie Leeds, officers of the chapter during the 1960s ( Register of the Congress of Racial Equality. Brooklyn Chapter: Records, 1959-1978; Mss 947.) An on-line finding aid is available and can be found through WHS's catalog at http://arcat.library.wisc.edu/.

Wisconsin Historical Society is the principal repository holding national CORE's papers. These are also available on microform, which is available at the Schomburg. Schomburg also holds other material related to CORE. Again, use search term "Congress of Racial Equality."

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The bulk of the collection was donated to the Brooklyn Historical Society in 2009 by Gilda Goldwag, the wife of the late Arnie Goldwag. A second donation of some additional correspondence was made by Ms. Goldwag in 2010.

Processing Information note

The collection was processed by Larry Weimer in January 2011. The collection combines two accessions: 2009.007 and 2010.004.

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Container List

Series 1: Subject Files, 1950-2007. 7.25 Linear feet

Arrangement note

Overall series arrangement

Arnie Goldwag's files were in no overall order when accessioned by BHS. Accordingly, the arrangement of this series was imposed by the archivist. The arrangement is roughly thematic and chronological.

The series opens with files that focus principally on CORE actions from 1961-1965, which was the period of Goldwag's main involvement with the organization. These files move from actions concerning local New York City area matters (e.g., local discrimination in housing, employment, education, etc.) to actions with a national orientation (e.g., support for civil rights in the South). Following the files that tend to have a focus on particular actions are those that hold newsletters, clippings, and other material concerned with various CORE and Brooklyn CORE matters.

Following the CORE-oriented segment is a small number of folders that relate to other activist organizations and subjects dating from the 1960s and 1970s. Following these are photocopies of New York City police reports on demonstrations and other actions by various groups, including CORE, from throughout the 1960s.

The series then turns to files that have an emphasis on Goldwag himself, including matters concerning his education at Brooklyn College, imprisonment at Rikers Island penitentiary, and other matters at the intersection of his activism and his personal life. The series closes with files dating from the 1980s-2000s that concern reunions, memorials, reminiscences, research papers, and other reflections on CORE, the civil rights struggle, and its continuing legacy.

As sharp as these dividing lines might appear, the researcher should be aware that there is a fair amount of overlapping material throughout the series so the arrangement described here should not be taken as rigid.

Folder content and descriptions

Although Goldwag's files were in no overall order, the bulk of the material was found in folders as labeled by Goldwag. All folder descriptions used by Goldwag were transcribed by the archivist to new archival folders and, with minor exception, content was left in the folder as Goldwag had it. To the extent that the archivist added clarifications to Goldwag's descriptions, these clarifications were shown in [brackets]. Non-substantive changes to labels (e.g., the original "Imp Assoc" rendered by the archivist as "Improvement Association") were not bracketed. Also shown in [brackets] were folder descriptions assigned by the archivist to material found in unlabeled folders or as loose material. Material found loose or in unlabeled folders was not combined by the archivist with materials on the same or similar topic from a Goldwag-labeled folder.

Some of Goldwag's folder descriptions included date ranges, and these were transcribed by the archivist to the new folders. However, these dates often were not entirely consistent with the folder's contents. Accordingly, the archivist also noted on all folders, below the description, the date range observed during processing; only the observed date range is included in the finding aid's container list.

Generally, the archivist discarded Goldwag's original folders because of their poor condition. However, in some instances the original folders had notations other than the label written on them. For these, either the original folder was retained within the new archival folder or, more commonly because of the poor condition of the original, a photocopy of the notation was retained.

Many of the folders contained newspaper clippings or other documents that had been taped or glued to paper backing that had contextual information (e.g., dates) written on it by Goldwag. Because the document had fallen away from the backing over time, the archivist photocopied the two documents together to show their original relationship. Generally in the case of text-only clippings, the originals were then discarded. Any photocopies made by the archivist and placed in the collection were noted as such in [brackets] on the copy; the notation [CPBA] found on many copies is an acronym for "clipping photocopied by archivist." Photocopies with no bracketed annotations were in the original Goldwag material.

Scope and Contents

Subject Files principally includes correspondence, newsletters, event announcements (e.g., fliers), directions to demonstrators, photographs, press releases, clippings, and other documents related to Brooklyn CORE's civil rights activism, particularly for the period 1961-1965. The documents in the series reflect actions on a number of fronts. Protests over garbage (Operation Clean Sweep), apartment/housing conditions, traffic, police brutality, and other problems facing the local community are well-represented, especially for the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. Actions confronting employment discrimination are included, such as those involving Sealtest, Schaefer, White Castle, construction jobs at Downstate Medical Center, and Ebinger Baking; a copy of the signed agreement with Ebinger Baking concerning hiring of African-Americans and Puerto Ricans is in the series.

The series includes much on protests against de facto school segregation, including actions such as Operation Shutdown and Elaine and Jerome Bibuld's efforts to move their children from an underperforming minority-majority school to a more effective school. The series includes material on the Stall-In, Brooklyn CORE's well-publicized plan to back up traffic at the opening of the 1964 World's Fair as a protest against employment and other forms of discrimination.

Brooklyn CORE's response to national events is also documented. Responses included participation in the 1962 Freedom Highways program (CORE's challenge to segregated facilities), Operation Federal Intervention in Georgia (FIG), and the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Local actions, including a call for a Christmas shopping boycott, in response to the church bombing and murder of children in Birmingham are represented. Letters written to editors and others protesting cultural imagery/representations of African-Americans in the press, comic strips, etc. are in the series.

In addition to Brooklyn CORE, other New York-area CORE chapters and organizations, such as the Harlem Parents Committee and the Metropolitan Council on Housing, were involved in the actions of the early 1960s, and the series includes documents related to them as well. Documents from national CORE, such as committee minutes, and national groups, especially the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), are included to a limited extent in the series.

The series also includes files that illuminate the human dimensions of civil rights activism, in the person of Arnie Goldwag. The series includes Goldwag's files of his activism at Brooklyn College in the late 1950s, his mid-1960s readmission and graduation, his selective service (draft) card, draft induction notice, and record of arrests principally during various civil rights actions. The series includes correspondence sent to Goldwag while he was in Rikers Island penitentiary and his reflections on CORE while in prison, as well as other correspondence to Goldwag from friends and family.

The focus of Subject Files on CORE actions centers on the first half of the 1960s; there is little material on CORE actions from later periods. Nevertheless, other local organizations continue to be represented through the 1960s, especially Vietnam War opposition/peace organizations such as End the Draft (ETD) and Committee for Peace Organization (CPO). Several of ETD's newsletter,  downdraft, and CPO's newsletter,  ergo, are in the series. Many documents relate to the military draft refusal trial of David Henry Mitchell, including End the Draft's  downdraft commentary. Mitchell's lawyer was Conrad J. Lynn, the African-American civil rights attorney; Lynn also represented Goldwag in at least some of his legal matters, so documents prepared by Lynn on Goldwag's behalf are in the series. Nonetheless, with some exceptions, such as material related to Major Owens's 1986 congressional campaign, the series holds very little material from the 1970s and 1980s. Picking up in the 1990s and 2000s, the series includes memorials, tributes, obituaries, reminiscences, historical research papers, interviews, reunions, and other such material as Goldwag and other former CORE activists reflected back on their 1960s activism.

The series also holds many photocopies of police reports, notably from the New York City Bureau of Special Services, concerning protests, demonstrations, meetings, and other events held by CORE and other organizations in New York throughout the 1960s and into the early 1970s. These were presumably obtained by Goldwag in the 1990s or later in response to disclosure requests; a copy of at least one such request from Goldwag is in the series. Finally, the series holds a variety of lapel pins and buttons from election campaigns, anti-war demonstrations, union activities, and other matters.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Folder : 1 Housing Sit-Ins (Misc), Etc.
1961-1964
Box: 1 Folder : 2 Whitings - Housing
1962-1963
Box: 1 Folder : 3 Brooklyn, Etc. Rent Strikes; Rent Control
1963-1964
Box: 1 Folder : 4 Rent Strike
1963-1964
Box: 1 Folder : 5 Garbage [Bed-Stuy]
1950, 1962-1963
Box: 1 Folder : 6 Traffic - Bed-Stuy
1963
Box: 1 Folder : 7 Community Problems - Misc
1962-1964
Box: 1 Folder : 8 Employment Misc
1963-1965
Box: 1 Folder : 9 Ebingers [Employment]
1962-1963
Box: 1 Folder : 10 White Castle - Bronx, Brooklyn, N.J.
1963-1965
Box: 1 Folder : 11 [Mayor's Action Panel - Union Hiring Recommendations]
1963
Box: 1 Folder : 12 Flower and Fifth, Beth-El, Bronxville [Hospitals]
1962-1965
Box: 1 Folder : 13 Harlem Hospital
1963
Box: 1 Folder : 14-16 Downstate Medical Center [and other actions] - Lists, Etc. (3 folders)
1963-2003
Box: 1 Folder : 17 Civil Liberties, Religious Freedom, Academic Freedom
1963-1965
Box: 2 Folder : 1 Jones Beach (L.I. CORE)
1963
Box: 2 Folder : 2 Long Beach (L.I. CORE)
1963
Box: 2 Folder : 3 Board of Ed - [Elizabeth] Weeks, [Leonard] Morris
1963
Box: 2 Folder : 4 Board of Ed - Bibuld - Leaflets, Etc.
1962-1963
Box: 2 Folder : 5 Board of Ed - Bibuld
1962-1963
Box: 2 Folder : 6 Board of Ed - Sit-Ins (Dec 16 and 30)
1963-1964
Box: 2 Folder : 7 [School] Boycott (Sept 9, 1963 and Feb 3, 1964), and 275 [Junior High School Integration]
1963-1964
Box: 2 Folder : 8 [School] Boycott #2 (March 16)
1964
Box: 2 Folder : 9 Schools - Misc Including PAT, Picketing, Etc.
1963-1964
Box: 2 Folder : 10 Operation Shutdown
1964-1966
Box: 3 Folder : 1 Imagery
1963-1966
Box: 3 Folder : 2 Misc Brutality Cases - NYC Police Dept
1963-1964
Box: 3 Folder : 3 Morris Lewis [Shot by Police, Brooklyn]
1963
Box: 3 Folder : 4 CORE Picketing Etc. of Police Dept
1963-1964
Box: 3 Folder : 5 Riots - Harlem, Philadelphia, Bedford-Stuyvesant
1964-1966
Box: 3 Folder : 6 Independent Community Improvement Assoc - 125th St Boycott
1964
Box: 3 Folder : 7 [Correspondence re: CORE Actions]
1963-1964
Box: 3 Folder : 8 Freedom Ride - Rallies, Film, Etc. and Freedom Highways
1961-1962, 1965, 2001
Box: 3 Folder : 9 Cambridge, Maryland [Segregated Facilities]
1962-1963
Box: 3 Folder : 10 KKK - WCC - PAT, Etc.
1961-1965
Box: 3 Folder : 11 House UnAmerican Activities Committee - Activities, Etc. (HUAC)
circa 1961-1966
Box: 3 Folder : 12 Demonstrations - Philadelphia [Chester]; N.J.
1962-1965
Box: 3 Folder : 13 Birmingham
1963
Box: 3 Folder : 14 Christmas Buying Boycott
1963-1964
Box: 3 Folder : 15 Bill Moore [Murder], Freedom March
1963
Box: 3 Folder : 16 [March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom]
1963, 2003
Box: 4 Folder : 1 March on Washington (Aug 20, 1963), Also Walk Brooklyn - DC
1963-1964, 2003
Box: 4 Folder : 2 [March on Washington, photocopies of 1963 documents]
circa 2003
Box: 4 Folder : 3 Southern Phenomena [Anti-discrimination Actions]
1960-1965
Box: 4 Folder : 4 Mississippi (Including Medgar Evers)
1963-1966
Box: 4 Folder : 5 Black Power, White Power, Jewish Power,Italian, etc.
circa 1963-1966, 1989
Box: 4 Folder : 6 Selma, Alabama
1965
Box: 4 Folder : 7 Misc Politics
1962-1977
Box: 4 Folder : 8 [Brooklyn CORE Actions]
1961-1964
Box: 4 Folder : 9-10 [Event Announcements, Newsletters, Correspondence, Programs, Clippings, etc.] (2 folders)
1962-1964
Box: 5 Folder : 1 Clippings
1962-1965
Box: 5 Folder : 2-6 [Clippings] (5 folders)
1963-1964
Box: 5 Folder : 7 [Clippings]
1963-1964, 1966
Box: 5 Folder : 8 [Clippings and Other Documents]
1962-1964, 1989
Box: 5 Folder : 9 Brooklyn CORE Newsletters (1 of 3)
1961-1965, 1967
Box: 5 Folder : 10 Brooklyn CORE Newsletters (2 of 3)
1964
Box: 6 Folder : 1 Brooklyn CORE Newsletters (3 of 3)
1963, 1983-2000
Box: 6 Folder : 2 CORE - Letterhead, Business Cards, Etc.
circa 1963
Box: 6 Folder : 3 Constitutions, By-Laws - Brooklyn CORE, Brooklyn College CORE, National CORE
circa 1962-1964
Box: 6 Folder : 4 [CORE Sit-In Songs]
1962
Box: 6 Folder : 5 Freedom Songs
circa 1964
Box: 6 Folder : 6 [CORE Chapter Chairmen and Offices]
1964
Box: 6 Folder : 7 CORE Conventions - Minutes, Reports, Etc. and National Action Council Minutes
1962-1964
Box: 6 Folder : 8 CORE Literature and Reports
circa 1956-1966
Box: 6 Folder : 9 In Freedom's Defense; Brooklyn Civil Rights Defense Committee Correspondence
1964
Box: 6 Folder : 10 [The Zealots - Pan-Semitic Brotherhood]
circa 1964
Box: 6 Folder : 11 RAM - Revolutionary Activity (Domestic)
1964-1967, 1973
Box: 6 Folder : 12 Alliance for Jobs or Income Now
circa 1965
Box: 6 Folder : 13 [Letters to Editor re: Malcolm X]
1965
Box: 6 Folder : 14 Plots - Statue of Liberty, Wilkins-Young [Assassination]
1965-1967
Box: 6 Folder : 15 SNCC Literature Etc.
circa 1963-circa 1966
Box: 6 Folder : 16 Nuclear Weapons, Fallout
1963
Box: 6 Folder : 17 fACTs,  ergo [Committee for Peace Organization]
1961-1965
Box: 7 Folder : 1 Peace, Disarmament
circa 1963-1965
Box: 7 Folder : 2 Dave Mitchell vs United States [Draft Resistance]
1965-1967
Box: 7 Folder : 3 Vietnam - Publications (From and About)
1965-1966
Box: 7 Folder : 4 Vietnam - Protests, Criticism
1965-1969
Box: 7 Folder : 5 Vietnam - The War, Internal Opposition, US Statements
1967-1968, 1974
Box: 7 Folder : 6 Rosenberg - Sobell Case
1963-1967, 1975-1978, 1983-1984
Box: 7 Folder : 7 [Dick Gregory for President Handbills]
1968
Box: 7 Folder : 8 [Brooklyn Committee in Defense of the Black Panthers - Statement]
1970
Box: 7 Folder : 9 KCLR [Community Action Group]
1971
Box: 7 Folder : 10 Migrant Labor, Grape Pickers, Etc., Coal Miners
1960-1965
Box: 7 Folder : 11 [ Unconstitutional Conditions, The Property Rights of Indigents, and Equal Protection Analysis, paper by Alan R. Wolfson]
1974
Box: 7 Folder : 12 Africa, So. America, Etc., Apartheid, Colonialism, Revolution
1977
Box: 7 Folder : 13-14 [ Children's Rights Report, ACLU publication] (2 folders)
1976-1979
Box: 7 Folder : 15 [Request for Disclosure of Police Department Files]
1986, 1991
Box: 7 Folder : 16 [Police Reports] Metropolitan Council on Housing
1961-1971
Box: 7 Folder : 17 [Police Reports] Goldwag, Arnold
1962-1971
Box: 8 Folder : 1 [Police Reports] Harlem Hospital
1963
Box: 8 Folder : 2 [Police Reports] Rockaway Council of Civic Associations
1963
Box: 8 Folder : 3 [Police Reports] East Harlem Triangle Civic Association (including CORE, Harlem Parents, Kinloch)
1963-1964
Box: 8 Folder : 4 [Police Reports] Procept
1963-1964
Box: 8 Folder : 5 [Police Reports] Harlem Parents Committee
1963-1965, 1968-1969
Box: 8 Folder : 6 [Police Reports] CORE Brooklyn - Rent Strikes and Police HQ; CORE - General
1963-1964, 1977
Box: 8 Folder : 7 [Police Reports] School Boycott
1963-1965
Box: 8 Folder : 8 [Police Reports] Mississippi Relief Committee, Mississippi-Alabama Southern Relief Committee
1963, 1965
Box: 8 Folder : 9 [Police Reports] Independent Community Improvement Association
1963, 1966
Box: 8 Folder : 10 [Police Reports] Hotel Industry - Discrimination
1964
Box: 8 Folder : 11 [Police Reports] Alliance for Jobs and Income Now
1964-1968
Box: 8 Folder : 12 [Police Reports] Police Brutality; Core and Brooklyn Freedom Democratic Movement
1965
Box: 8 Folder : 13 [Police Reports] Saul Alinsky, Clergy Concerned, Citywide [Committee for Emergency Services]
1965-1966
Box: 8 Folder : 14 [Police Reports] SNCC
1965, 1974
Box: 8 Folder : 15 [Police Reports] Rent Control
1967
Box: 8 Folder : 16 [Police Reports] Peace and Freedom Party, United Farm Workers
1967-1969
Box: 8 Folder : 17 [Police Reports] NYU - Washington Square
1968
Box: 8 Folder : 18 [Police Reports] Poor Peoples Campaign (ML King)
1968
Box: 8 Folder : 19 [Police Reports] SDS [Columbia University Community Action Committee]
1968
Box: 8 Folder : 20 [Police Reports] Wallace for President [Rally at Park Sheraton]
1968
Box: 8 Folder : 21 [Police Reports] Vietnam / Hiroshima [Protest Demonstrations]
1968-1969
Box: 8 Folder : 22 [Police Reports] Freedom and Peace Party
1968-1969
Box: 8 Folder : 23 [Police Reports] Hiroshima Week
1969
Box: 8 Folder : 24 [Police Reports] Youth Against War and Facism, Anti Imperialism Rally
1968, 1970
Box: 8 Folder : 25 [Police Reports] Cambridge, MD - [Caravan for] Justice 4 Rap Brown (Freedom and Peace Party)
1968-1969
Box: 8 Folder : 26 [Police Reports] Attica Prison Riot Protest - YAWF [Youth Against War and Fascism] and Others
1971
Box: 8 Folder : 27-28 [Police Reports] (2 folders)
1962-1969, undated
Box: 9 Folder : 1 Arnie - Brooklyn College
1956-1968
Box: 9 Folder : 2-4 [ History and Analysis of Resistance to Military Conscription, 1863-1968, paper by Arnold Goldwag] (3 copies)
1968
Box: 9 Folder : 5-7 Notes and Source Material - Paper on History of the Draft - All Cases, Etc., Mitchell [includes photocopies of material dated circa 1917-1964] (3 folders)
circa 1968
Box: 9 Folder : 8 The Metamorphosis of West African Religion and Culture in the Caribbean and the United States, paper by Arnold Goldwag
1968
Box: 9 Folder : 9 Otis Gamm [Clippings from Kingsman, Brooklyn College]
1958-1961
Box: 10 Folder : 1 People vs Goldwag - Subway
1961
Box: 10 Folder : 2 Select Service and Army
1961-1963, 1967-1968
Box: 10 Folder : 3 U.S. Post Office - Application, Papers, Transcripts, Etc.
1963-1964
Box: 10 Folder : 4 Violation of Probation
1963-1964, 1966
Box: 10 Folder : 5 Appointment Books
1963-1964
Box: 10 Folder : 6 [Goldwag Prison Term]
1964
Box: 10 Folder : 7 Rikers Island Penitentiary
1964-1965
Box: 10 Folder : 8-11 Personal - Correspondence (4 folders)
1962-1980s
Box: 11 Folder : 1 [Correspondence]
1989, 1998-2005
Box: 11 Folder : 2 [Miscellaneous Notes]
circa 1964-circa 2000
Box: 11 Folder : 3 [Keypunched Cards]
undated
Box: 11 Folder : 4 15 Crown [Realty], Crown St. Air Pollution, Crown Auto Laundry
1966-1968
Box: 11 Folder : 5 Bushwick Correspondence
1980-1983
Box: 11 Folder : 6 Cobble Hill [-Carroll Gardens Social Service Center]
1978-1981
Box: 11 Folder : 7 [Major Owens]
1986-2002
Box: 11 Folder : 8 Marches, Demonstrations - Georgia, Wash DC, NY, Etc.
1963, 1983-2002
Box: 11 Folder : 9 Health, Vitamins, Etc.
1972-2005
Box: 11 Folder : 10 House, Outdoors, Indoors
1983-2003
Box: 11 Folder : 11-12 First Annual Leadership Training Institute and Civil Rights Reunion (2 folders)
1990
Box: 11 Folder : 13 [First Annual Leadership Training Institute and Civil Rights Reunion]
1990-1991
Box: 11 Folder : 14 [Isaiah House Brochure]
circa 1990
Box: 12 Folder : 1 [ Bloodlines, Publication of Rural Organizing and Cultural Center]
1988, 1990
Box: 12 Folder : 2 [ Free at Last, Publication of Southern Poverty Law Center]
1989
Box: 12 Folder : 3 [Freedom Riders Commemorative Conference]
1991
Box: 12 Folder : 4 [ Appeal to this Age: Photography of the Civil Rights Movement, Exhibition Catalog]
1994
Box: 12 Folder : 5-7 [CORE Reunions] (3 folders)
1989, 1999-2000
Box: 12 Folder : 8 [CORE Reunion and James Farmer Tribute - Member Contact Effort]
1962, 1966, 1999
Box: 12 Folder : 9 [Miscellaneous Civil Rights Material]
1998, 2000
Box: 12 Folder : 10-11 People I Know (2 folders)
circa 1986-2003
Box: 13 Folder : 1 Death, Obits - CORE, Union, Etc.
circa 1985-2004
Box: 13 Folder : 2 [James Farmer Memorials]
1997, 1999, 2001
Box: 13 Folder : 3 [Memorials and Tributes]
1988-1989, 2002, 2006
Box: 13 Folder : 4 [ Long Walk to Freedom, Exhibition Pamphlet]
2001
Box: 13 Folder : 5-7 [Historical Research Papers, Requests, and Proposals] (3 folders)

General note

Includes research papers written by Brian J. Purnell concerning CORE actions.

1985-2006
Box: 13 Folder : 8 [Clippings]
1983-2007
Box: 14-15 [Lapel Pins and Buttons - Elections, Anti-War, etc.] (2 boxes)
circa 1960-circa 2000

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Series 2: Books, 1943-1993. 6.5 Linear feet

Arrangement note

The container list is arranged in alphabetical order by author. The actual books are boxed in no particular order.

Scope and Contents

The Books series includes published material from Arnie Goldwag's library. These are primarily non-fiction books and pamphlets concerning African-Americans, civil rights, race relations, racial violence, black militancy, social conditions, and related topics. A small number of books are inscribed to Goldwag by activists Kwane Ture (Stokely Carmichael), Jamil Al-Amin (H. Rap Brown), Dick Gregory, Gloria Richardson, and Conrad Lynn. There are a small number of issues of  Landscapes and  Nocturne, literary publications from Brooklyn College.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 16 Item : 1 Addlestone, David F., Susan H. Hewman, et al., The Rights of Veterans
1978
Box: 20 Item : 1 Adelman, Bob, Down Home: Camden, Alabama
1972
Box: 20 Item : 2 AFSCME, Passing the Bucks
1984
Box: 20 Item : 3 Al-Amin, Imam Jamil (H. Rap Brown), Revolution by the Book

General note

Inscribed by author

1993
Box: 13 Item : 1 American Oil Company, American Travelers Guide to Negro Monuments
1963
Box: 13 Item : 2 Americans for Democratic Action, A Citizen's Guide to the Right Wing
circa 1978
Box: 16 Item : 2 Aptheker, Herbert, Nat Turner's Slave Rebellion
1968
Box: 13 Item : 3 Aptheker, Herbert, Heavenly Days in Dixie, or The Time of Their Lives
1974
Box: 19 Item : 1 Bailey, F. Lee, The Defense Never Rests
1972
Box: 19 Item : 2 Beck, Robert, The Naked Soul of Iceberg Slim
1971
Box: 16 Item : 3 Belfrage, Sally, Freedom Summer
1966
Box: 16 Item : 4 Bennett, Jr. Lerone, The Negro Mood
1965
Box: 16 Item : 5 Bernard, Mitchell, Ellen Levine, et al., The Rights of Single People
1985
Box: 19 Item : 3 Bettelheim, Bruno, Love is Not Enough
1965
Box: 16 Item : 6 Bill Adler Books, The Wisdom of Martin Luther King
1968
Box: 19 Item : 4 Birmingham, Stephen, The Right People
1969
Box: 16 Item : 7 Blair, Jr. Clay, The Strange Case of James Earl Ray
1969
Box: 16 Item : 8 Blaustein, Albert P.and Robert L. Zangrando, Civil Rights and the American Negro
1968
Box: 16 Item : 9 Boggan, E. Carrington, Marilyn G. Haft, et al., The Rights of Gay People
1983
Box: 13 Item : 4 Boggs, James, The American Revolution: Pages From a Negro Worker's Notebook
1963
Box: 17 Item : 1 Branch, Taylor, Parting the Waters
1988
Box: 16 Item : 10 Breitman, George (ed.), Malcolm X Speaks
1966
Box: 13 Item : 5 Breitman, George (ed.), Malcolm X on Afro-American History
1967
Box: 13 Item : 6 Brooklyn College, Landscapes Fall 58
1958
Box: 13 Item : 7 Brooklyn College, Landscapes Spring 58
1958
Box: 13 Item : 8 Brooklyn College, Landscapes Spring 59
1959
Box: 13 Item : 9 Brooklyn College, Nocturne Spring 1963
1963
Box: 13 Item : 10 Brooklyn College, Nocturne Spring 1967
1967
Box: 18 Item : 1 Brown, Claude, The Children of Ham
1976
Box: 16 Item : 11 Brown, Jr, Turner, Black Is
1969
Box: 17 Item : 2 Carlson, John Roy, Under Cover
1943
Box: 19 Item : 5 Carmichael, Stokely and Charles V. Hamilton, Black Power: The Politics of Liberation
1967
Box: 17 Item : 3 Carroll, Ted, White Pills
1964
Box: 20 Item : 4 Chapman, Abraham (ed.), Black Voices
1968
Box: 18 Item : 2 Chrisman, Robert and Nathan Hare (ed.), Contemporary Black Thought
1973
Box: 17 Item : 4 Clarke, John Henrik (ed.), Harlem: A Community in Transition
1964
Box: 20 Item : 5 Cleaver, Eldridge, Soul on Ice
1968
Box: 20 Item : 6 Cleaver, Eldridge, Post-Prison Writings and Speeches
1969
Box: 17 Item : 5 Cohen, Jerry and William S. Murphy, Burn, Baby, Burn!
1966
Box: 16 Item : 12 Collier, John, Indians of the Americas
circa 1960
Box: 17 Item : 6 Comer, James, Beyond Black and White
1972
Box: 18 Item : 3 Corwin, Norman, Overkill and Megalove
1963
Box: 19 Item : 6 Countdown Mag (ed.), Countdown 1
1970
Box: 18 Item : 4 Dailey, Louis E., The Sin or Evils of Integration
1962
Box: 19 Item : 7 deCoy, Robert H., The Nigger Bible
1967
Box: 16 Item : 13 Dorman, Michael, We Shall Overcome
1965
Box: 19 Item : 8 Dorson, Richard M. (ed.), American Negro Folktales
1967
Box: 19 Item : 9 Douglas, William O., America Challenged
1960
Box: 19 Item : 10 Douglas, William O., The Right of the People
1962
Box: 19 Item : 11 Du Bois, W.E.B., John Brown
1962
Box: 19 Item : 12 Du Bois, W.E.B., An A.B.C. of Color
1963
Box: 16 Item : 14 Fanon, Frantz, Black Skin, White Masks
1968
Box: 16 Item : 15 Fanon, Frantz, The Wretched of the Earth
1968
Box: 19 Item : 13 Feldmann, Susan (ed.), African Myths and Tales
1963
Box: 19 Item : 14 Franklin, John Hope (intro), 3 Negro Classics: Up from Slavery [Washington]; The Souls of Black Folk [Du Bois]; The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man [Johnson]
1965
Box: 20 Item : 7 Free, Revolution for the Hell of It
1968
Box: 19 Item : 15 Friedman, Paul R., The Rights of Mentally Retarded Persons
1976
Box: 19 Item : 16 Galbraith, John Kenneth, The Liberal Hour
1964
Box: 18 Item : 5 Gardner, John W., In Common Cause
1973
Box: 17 Item : 7 Gary, Romain, White Dog
1970
Box: 16 Item : 16 Ginzburg, Ralph, 100 Years of Lynchings
1969
Box: 18 Item : 6 Gitlin, Todd, The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage
1987
Box: 18 Item : 7 Glazer, Nathan and Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Beyond the Melting Pot
1967
Box: 16 Item : 17 Goodman, Mary Ellen, Race Awareness in Young Children
1964
Box: 17 Item : 8 Goodman, Paul (ed.), Seeds of Liberation
1964
Box: 18 Item : 8 Gover, Robert, Here Goes Kitten
1964
Box: 19 Item : 17 Grant, Joanne (ed.), Black Protest
1968
Box: 20 Item : 8 Gregory, Dick, Nigger: An Autobiography

General note

Inscribed by author.

1965
Box: 16 Item : 18 Gregory, Dick, The Shadow That Scares Me
1968
Box: 20 Item : 9 Gregory, Dick, Write Me In!

General note

Inscribed by author.

1968
Box: 20 Item : 10 Grier, William H. and Price M. Cobbs, Black Rage
1968
Box: 16 Item : 19 Griffin, John Howard, Black Like Me
1962
Box: 16 Item : 20 Guevara, Che, Guerrilla Warfare
1961
Box: 16 Item : 21 Guggenheim, Martin and Alan Sussman, The Rights of Young People
1985
Box: 17 Item : 9 Haley, Alex, Roots
1976
Box: 16 Item : 10 Halsell, Grace, Soul Sister
1970
Box: 18 Item : 9 Hentoff, Nat, The New Equality
1965
Box: 19 Item : 18 Hernton, Calvin C., Sex and Racism in America
1966
Box: 18 Item : 10 Herrick, Arnold and Herbert Askwith (ed.), This Way to Unity
1945
Box: 16 Item : 11 Hersey, John, The Algiers Motel Incident
1968
Box: 19 Item : 12 Hirschfield, Robert S., The Constitution and The Court
1965
Box: 16 Item : 13 Holmes, Beth, The Whipping Boy
1979
Box: 20 Item : 11 Hughes, Langston (ed.), The Best Short Stories by Negro Writers
1967
Box: 18 Item : 11 Huie, William Bradford, 3 Lives for Mississippi
1965
Box: 19 Item : 12 Huie, William Bradford, The Hiroshima Pilot
1965
Box: 18 Item : 12 Hunter, John Francis, The Gay Insider/USA
1972
Box: 19 Item : 13 Hunter, Kristin, The Landlord
1969
Box: 16 Item : 14 Jackson, George, Soledad Brother: The Prison Letters of George Jackson
1970
Box: 17 Item : 10 James, Beauregard, The Road to Birmingham
1964
Box: 20 Item : 12 John Birch Society, The Blue Book of the John Birch Society
1961
Box: 16 Item : 13 Joseph, Stephen M. (ed.), The Me Nobody Knows
1969
Box: 18 Item : 13 Kelly, Philip J., How to Grow Old Rebelliously
1963
Box: 20 Item : 13 Killens, John Oliver, The Cotillion
1971
Box: 20 Item : 14 Killian, Lewis and Charles Grigg, Racial Crisis in America
1964
Box: 16 Item : 15 Kohl, Herbert, 36 Children
1968
Box: 16 Item : 16 Kozol, Jonathan, Death at an Early Age
1968
Box: 19 Item : 17 Lanternari, Vittorio, The Religions of the Oppressed
1965
Box: 16 Item : 18 Lavan, George (ed.), Che Guevara Speaks
1968
Box: 19 Item : 19 Lederer, William J., A Nation of Sheep
1962
Box: 19 Item : 20 Leinwand, Gerald, Problems of American Society: The Negro in the City
1968
Box: 19 Item : 21 Leinwand, Gerald, Problems of American Society: Poverty and the Poor
1968
Box: 19 Item : 22 Leinwand, Gerald, Problems of American Society: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
1968
Box: 19 Item : 23 Leinwand, Gerald, Problems of American Society: The Slums
1970
Box: 16 Item : 24 Lester, Julius, Look Out, Whitey! Black Power's Gon' Get Your Mama
1969
Box: 13 Item : 11 Levine, Roy, The New Apology
1960
Box: 19 Item : 12 Lewis, Anthony, Gideon's Trumpet
1964
Box: 16 Item : 13 Lewis, Oscar, Five Families
1959
Box: 18 Item : 14 Lewis, Oscar, La Vida
1968
Box: 19 Item : 15 Lipsyte, Robert, The Contender
1969
Box: 20 Item : 15 Lomax, John A. and Alan Lomax, Folk Song U.S.A.
1966
Box: 18 Item : 15 Lomax, Louis E., When the Word is Given . . .
1963
Box: 19 Item : 16 Ludwig, Bernard, Problems of American Society: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
1968
Box: 20 Item : 16 Lynn, Conrad J., How to Stay Out of the Army

General note

Inscribed by author.

1967
Box: 20 Item : 17 Lyon, Danny, Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement

General note

Inscription on page 136 by Gloria Richardson.

1992
Box: 16 Item : 18 Maas, Peter, The Valachi Papers
1969
Box: 18 Item : 16 Malcolm X, The Autobiography of Malcolm X
1965
Box: 18 Item : 17 Marshall, Paule, Soul Clap Hands and Sing
1961
Box: 19 Item : 18 Marshall, Paule, Brown Girl, Brownstones
1970
Box: 16 Item : 19 Marwick, Christine M., Your Right to Government Information
1985
Box: 20 Item : 18 Meier, August and Elliot Rudwick, CORE: A Study in the Civil Rights Movement, 1942-1968
1975
Box: 19 Item : 19 Milbauer, Barbara and Gerald Leinwand, Problems of American Society: Drugs
1970
Box: 19 Item : 20 Mills, C. Wright, The Causes of World War Three
1961
Box: 19 Item : 21 Monte, Anita and Gerald Leinwand, Problems of American Society: Riots
1970
Box: 18 Item : 18 Moody, Anne, Coming of Age in Mississippi
1968
Box: 18 Item : 19 Moon, Bucklin, The Darker Brother
1943
Box: 13 Item : 12 N.Y. Committee to Free Angela Davis (ed.), Lectures on Liberation by Angela Y. Davis
circa 1970
Box: 19 Item : 13 National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders
1968
Box: 17 Item : 11 National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, To Establish Justice, To Insure Domestic Tranquility
1971
Box: 19 Item : 12 Nelson, Truman, The Torture of Mothers
1964
Box: 16 Item : 13 Neuborne, Burt and Arthur Eisenberg, The Rights of Candidates and Voters
1980
Box: 18 Item : 14 Norfleet, Marvin Brooks, Forced School Integration in the U.S.A.
1961
Box: 16 Item : 15 Norwick, Kenneth P. and Jerry Simon Chasen, The Rights of Authors and Artists
1984
Box: 20 Item : 19 O'Neill, William L. (ed.), Echoes of Revolt: The Masses, 1911-1917
1966
Box: 20 Item : 20 Orben, Bob (ed.), Dick Gregory: From the Back of the Bus
1966
Box: 16 Item : 21 Outten, Wayne N. and Noah A. Kinigstein, The Rights of Employees
1984
Box: 16 Item : 22 Pevar, Stephen L., The Rights of Indians and Tribes
1983
Box: 13 Item : 13 Pioneer Publishers (ed.), Two Speeches by Malcolm X
1965
Box: 18 Item : 14 Rainwater, Lee, Behind Ghetto Walls
1970
Box: 18 Item : 15 Randall, Dudley and Margaret G. Burroughs, For Malcolm X
1967
Box: 18 Item : 16 Reeves, Ambrose, Shooting at Sharpeville
1961
Box: 19 Item : 17 Ritter, Bruce, Sometimes God Has a Kid's Face
1988
Box: 16 Item : 18 Robertson, John A., The Rights of the Critically Ill
1983
Box: 18 Item : 19 Rogers, J.A., From "Superman" to Man
1953
Box: 13 Item : 14 Rogers, J.A., 100 Amazing Facts about the Negro
1957
Box: 16 Item : 15 Rosengarten, Theodore, All God's Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw
1975
Box: 16 Item : 16 Ross, Susan Deller and Ann Barcher, The Rights of Women
1983
Box: 19 Item : 17 Roth, Philip, Our Gang
1973
Box: 16 Item : 18 Rubin, David and Steven Greenhouse, The Rights of Teachers
1984
Box: 20 Item : 21 Rubin, Jerry, Do It!
1970
Box: 17 Item : 12 Ruchames, Louis (ed.), A John Brown Reader
undated
Box: 16 Item : 13 Scheer, Robert (ed.), The Diary of Che Guevara
1968
Box: 19 Item : 14 Schneir, Miriam (ed.), Feminism: The Essential Historical Writings
1972
Box: 16 Item : 15 Schulman, L. M. (ed.), Come Out the Wilderness
1965
Box: 16 Item : 16 Seale, Bobby, Seize the Time
1970
Box: 19 Item : 17 Sforza, Count Carlo (ed.), The Living Thoughts of Machiavelli
1958
Box: 19 Item : 18 Slim, Iceberg, Mama Black Widow
1969
Box: 19 Item : 19 Smith, Edgar, Brief Against Death
1969
Box: 16 Item : 20 Smith, Edgar, A Reasonable Doubt
1971
Box: 19 Item : 21 Smith, Huston, The Religions of Man
1963
Box: 19 Item : 22 Smith, Lillian, Strange Fruit
1944
Box: 17 Item : 13 Smith, Lillian, Killers of the Dream
1961
Box: 13 Item : 15 Southern Labor Institute, Now Is the Time
1986
Box: 20 Item : 22 Stahl, David, Frederick B. Sussman, et al., The Community and Racial Crises
1966
Box: 19 Item : 23 Stang, Alan, It's Very Simple
1965
Box: 16 Item : 24 Stark, James and Howard W. Goldstein, The Rights of Crime Victims
1985
Box: 18 Item : 25 Stearn, Jess, Sisters of the Night
1956
Box: 17 Item : 14 Sterling, Philip (ed.), Laughing on the Outside
1965
Box: 17 Item : 15 Stetson, Erlene (ed.), Black Sister
1981
Box: 17 Item : 16 Stone, I.F., In A Time of Torment
1967
Box: 16 Item : 17 Stringfellow, William, My People is the Enemy
1966
Box: 16 Item : 18 Summers, Clyde W. and Robert J. Rabin, The Rights of Union Members
1979
Box: 16 Item : 19 Sussman, Alan and Martin Guggenheim, The Rights of Parents
1980
Box: 16 Item : 20 Sutherland, Elizabeth (ed.), Letters from Mississippi
1966
Box: 17 Item : 17 Suttles, Gerald D., The Social Order of the Slum
1973
Box: 19 Item : 18 Tanner, Leslie B. (ed.), Voices from Women's Liberation
1971
Box: 19 Item : 19 Taylor, Telford, Grand Inquest
1961
Box: 16 Item : 20 Thomas, Piri, Down These Mean Streets
1968
Box: 16 Item : 21 Toffler, Alvin, Future Shock
1970
Box: 20 Item : 23 Ture, Kwane (Stokely Carmichael) and Charles V. Hamilton, Black Power: The Politics of Liberation

General note

Inscribed by author.

1992
Box: 16 Item : 24 Walker, Daniel, Rights in Conflict
1968
Box: 17 Item : 18 Weinberg, Meyer (ed.), W.E.B. Du Bois: A Reader
1970
Box: 18 Item : 19 Whalen, Richard J., A City Destroying Itself: An Angry View of New York
1965
Box: 16 Item : 20 Wilcox, Preston (ed.), White Is
1970
Box: 19 Item : 21 Wilson, Edmund, The Cold War and the Income Tax: A Protest
1964
Box: 20 Item : 24 Youth of the Rural Organizing and Cultural Center, Minds Stayed on Freedom
1991

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