Guide to the Dick J. Reavis Freedom of Information-Privacy Acts (FOIPA) Request Files on Mildred McAdory TAM.514
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY, 10012
Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archive
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Edited by Bonnie Gordon to reflect updated administrative information and title , July 2014
|Creator:||Reavis, Dick J.|
|Title:||Dick J. Reavis Freedom of Information-Privacy Acts (FOIPA) Request Files on Mildred McAdory|
|Quantity:||0.5 linear feet (1 box)|
|Mixed materials [Box]:||1|
Mildred McAdory, known as Mildred Edelman, was apparently a member of the Communist Party, USA who was active in the Southern Negro Youth Congress. In 1943 she was arrested for violating segregation ordinances on a Birmingham, Alabama city bus.
Scope and Contents note
The collection contains FBI files on Mildred McAdory, known as Mildred Edelman, principaly after she moved to New York City. The files were received in two accessions, the second containing photocopies of many photographs of McAdory and others. PLEASE DIRECT FURTHER INQUIRES TO: email@example.com
- McAdory, Mildred
- Southern Negro Youth Congress.
- United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
- Women communists -- United States.
Open for research without restrictions.
Information generated by the Department of Justice is in the public domain. Users need not secure permission from the Tamiment library to publish or reproduce materials in this collection.
Immediate Source of Acquisition note
Donated by Dick J. Reavis, August 17, 2009 and November 30, 2009. The accession numbers associated with these gifts are 2009.063 and 2009.097.