COLLECTION GUIDES

1920-2005

Guide to the Collection

Restrictions on Access

The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts Records are stored offsite and must be requested at least one business day in advance. Contact the Library at library@masshist.org or (617) 536-1608 to request materials. Please discuss your request with the reading room staff before requesting cartons by barcode.

The reading files of ACLUM Director John Roberts located in Cartons 84 and 85 are closed to researchers until 1 January 2019.


Collection Summary

Abstract

Records of the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (ACLUM), an affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), document the administrative, legal, legislative, and educational activities of ACLUM, the ACLU, and its other affiliates from ACLUM's founding as the Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts in 1920 to 2005. The records include legal, legislative, and subject files, ACLUM administrative records, correspondence, printed material, and other records related to the organization's attempts to protect civil rights in Massachusetts and the United States.

Historical Sketch

The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (ACLUM), an affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), was founded just a few months before the ACLU when a small group of people met in the Beacon Hill home of Mrs. Margaret (Arthur A.) Shurcliff in Boston, Mass. in 1920. The group, "brought together by their concern with the waves of repression during and after World War I" (i.e. the "Great Red Scare" and the Palmer raids), formed the Massachusetts Civil Liberties Committee, which would soon be know as the Massachusetts Civil Liberties Union (CLUM), a name they would retain for nearly 65 years.

From the very beginning, CLUM actively battled censorship. From 1930 until the end of World War II, CLUM fought Mayor James Michael Curley when he banned birth control advocate Margaret Sanger from public speaking, opposed Curley's refusal to allow the Ku Klux Klan to meet in Boston (based on First Amendment grounds); and argued against the teachers' loyalty oath law of the mid-1930s. After the end of World War II, CLUM assisted with the creation of the Massachusetts Fair Employment Practices Commission, and in the 1950s they "became a rallying point for all religious, civic, and educational organizations opposed to McCarthyism."

The new constitutional arenas that CLUM was obliged to face after 1960 would focus on the broader issues of civil rights and the equality of rights historically denied minority groups such as African Americans, women, children, students, homosexuals, patients, the physically and mentally disabled, and prisoners. In addition to their new broader focus, in 1970 CLUM would also reorganize their administrative structure; hire a full time director, legislative agent (lobbyist), and legal director; and establish the Massachusetts Civil Liberties Union Foundation (MCLUF), their 501(c)(3) legal arm to fund litigation and education activities.

In 1995 CLUM changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (ACLUM) and MCLUF changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Massachusetts (ACLUFM) to reflect their affiliation with the ACLU.

Sources

American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, The Operations Manual of the Board of Directors of the ACLU of Massachusetts and The ACLU Foundation of Massachusetts, 1996.

Collection Description

The records of the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (ACLUM), formerly the Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (CLUM), consist of 96 record cartons, 3 document boxes and 11 oversize boxes, spanning the years 1920-2005. The records are arranged into three record groups: Record Group I, 1920-1969; Record Group II, 1927-1987 (bulk: 1970-1985); and Record Group III, 1951-2005 (bulk: 1985-2000). See the arrangement note for more information about these sections.

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) national administrative records date primarily from 1920-1985 and include correspondence, legal files, legislative files, subject files, business correspondence from ACLU national affiliates, and newsclippings. The bulk of the collection is CLUM Boston office records including administrative files, correspondence, committee records, development and membership records, legal files, legislative files, and subject files. Other records include Massachusetts Civil Liberties Union Foundation (MCLUF), now known as the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (ACLUFM), records from 1970-1999 and CLUM chapter records from CLUM Berkshire, Franklin, Hampden, and Worcester counties, and various student chapters.

The CLUM records are made up of annual reports, by-laws, policy statements, financial statements, officer lists, requests for legal assistance, legal case files, legal briefs, legal dockets, Massachusetts legislative files, Congressional legislative files, Massachusetts state and Congressional bills, newsletters, news releases, speeches, reports, studies, periodicals, photographs, audio tapes, hundreds of printed pamphlets, and clippings spanning 1970-1999.

Papers and briefs in the CLUM records relating to legal actions of interest illustrate a wide spectrum of civil liberty issues, including anarchy and sedition, academic freedom, censorship, compulsory flag salute, distribution of literature, loyalty oaths, public assembly, conscientious objectors, unionization, police malpractice, separation of church and state, aid to parochial schools, racial and religious discrimination, and the rights of voters, women, children, students, homosexuals, prisoners, patients, the handicapped, and the mentally ill.

Of particular interest are the papers and briefs relating to Massachusetts state-wide legal actions, such as Nicholls, Jr. v. Mayor and School Committee of Lynn (Mass.), the 1935-1939 compulsory flag salute case; Commonwealth v. Nichols (Mass.), the 1938 leaflet distribution case; Galardi v. Hague, U. S. Navy (Mass.), the 1946-1948 federal employee loyalty oath; Commonwealth v. Struik and Winner, the 1951-1956 anarchy case; Gallagher v. Crown Kosher Super Market (Mass.), the 1961-1962 censorship case; and Richardson v. Cole and Greenblatt (Mass.) the 1969 state employee loyalty oath.

State legislative efforts to abolish the Massachusetts Committee to Curb Communism (1937) and the Massachusetts Commission to Investigate Subversion (1950), as well as national legislative efforts like the lobby to abolish the Congressional House Un-American Activities Committee (1945-1970), the campaign to repeal the McCarran Act of 1950 during the McCarthy era, and the Nixon Impeachment Campaign (1973-1974) are included in the records. Of particular interest are the Federal Bureau of Investigation files requested in 1977 under the Freedom of Information Act, documenting FBI surveillance of ACLU and CLUM officers, members, and activities between 1920 and 1970.

In the 1980s and 1990s, CLUM records reflect its collaborative efforts with other organizations and individuals on various projects and coalitions. Coalitions of particular interest include the Campaign for Choice Coalition (reproductive rights) from 1983-1990, Bill of Rights Education Project from 1987-1999, and the youth-led Project Hip-Hop organization from 1992-1999, among many others. Records from the 1980s and 1990s also reflect the growth of the Massachusetts Civil Liberties Union Foundation with records documenting trustee meetings, development and fund-raising activities, and interactions with donors and members. In addition, the legal and general subject files (also called FLAPS) of the 1980s and 1990s reflected the controversies addressed by CLUM, including due process, sentencing legislation, issues with prisoners and prisons, privacy and technology, speech and censorship, drug issues, racism and hate crimes, and reproductive freedom.

Additional material include papers of CLUM Executive Secretary and academic freedom activist Kirtley F. Mather, 1936-1958, papers of CLUM Church-State Committee Chairman Dunbar Holmes, 1952-1967; the reading and subject files of CLUM Director John Roberts, 1986-1999; and the papers of CLUM board member and MCLUF trustee Eva Moseley, 1970-2003. In addition the collection includes legal files of United States v. Leon J. Kamin, an anarchy case, 1954-1957; and records pertaining to civil rights controversies at Boston University, most notably those relating to a First Amendment suit brought by the bu exposure against Boston University President John Silber, 1977-1984.

Arrangement

The records of the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (ACLUM), formerly the Civil Liberties of Massachusetts (CLUM), are divided into three record groups: Record Group I, 1920-1969; Record Group II, 1927-1988 (bulk: 1970-1985); and Record Group III, 1970-2005 (bulk: 1985-2000). The record group divisions are based loosely on the date ranges of the records, the record keeping practices of the organization, and how and when the records were accessioned by the MHS.

Record Groups I and II were formerly arranged and described separately. This finding aid now brings all ACLUM and CLUM records together and supersedes all other versions of the finding aid. The variations in the arrangement of the three record groups reflect the nature of the records and different styles of arrangement and description over a period of thirty-five years. Although the series are arranged in three rough chronological sequences, users should note that there is some overlap in dates across the three record groups because of filing practices in the ACLUM offices.

The bulk of the records in Record Group I span the years 1920-1969, and are arranged chronologically in one series titled Archival records. Within each chronological series, the files folders are arranged to reflect the union's hierarchy and organization. American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) administrative files are listed first, followed by alphabetical ACLU subject files. Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (CLUM) administrative files are after the ACLU files and are followed by alphabetical subject files. Printed materials and miscellaneous are arranged at the end of each chronological series. Other series, such as the personal papers of CLUM members Kirtley F. Mather and Dunbar Holmes, and county chapter records, among other series, follow the Archival records series.

The records in Group II are arranged differently than in Group I. The ACLU records, CLUM records, and then MCLUF records are each arranged into their own series. Within these series the records are then arranged in to sub-series by office, creator, or subject. As with Group I, there are other series that are listed after the organizational records.

The records in Group III are arranged similarly to Group II, with a few exceptions. ACLU records are not the first series listed in the collection; chapter records are arranged within the CLUM administrative series, and the directors' records, coalition records, and general subject files (FLAPS), are each arranged into their own series.

Acquisition Information

The records of the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts were placed on deposit at the Massachusetts Historical Society in three main accessions (with occasional additions): 1970, 1989-1991, and 2005. Additional papers were placed on deposit in 1973, 2002, and 2003.

The papers of Eva Moseley were the gift of Eva Moseley, August 2008.

Restrictions on Access

The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts Records are stored offsite and must be requested at least one business day in advance. Contact the Library at library@masshist.org or (617) 536-1608 to request materials. Please discuss your request with the reading room staff before requesting cartons by barcode.

The reading files of ACLUM Director John Roberts located in Cartons 84 and 85 are closed to researchers until 1 January 2019.

Restrictions on Use

There are restrictions on the use of this collection. Users must sign an agreement stating that they understand these restrictions before they will be given access to the collection.

Detailed Description of Record Group I

I. Archival records, 1920-1970

Arranged alphabetically within years.

This series contains the organizational files of the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts Boston office. The records document ACLUM's various administrative, legal, legislative, and educational activities within the ACLU national organization, ACLU affiliates, local, regional, and national civil liberties groups, and individuals.

The files, dating from 1920 to the early 1960's, focus on ACLUM's defense of First Amendment freedoms of speech, religion, press, and assembly during an era of heightened national fear of aliens, labor's radical subversion and their alleged communist threats to the national security. The bulk of the records, dating from 1960 to 1969, reflect the civil rights movement within Massachusetts and the United States.

Note: The files are arranged alphabetically within years. Many years overlap across two or more cartons. ACLU and CLUM files precede alphabetical topical files which are followed by miscellaneous printed material. Not all years contain each of these elements.

1920-1939

Note: Records for 1920-1939 are in one alphabetical sequence in cartons 1 and 2.

ACLU

Annual Reports, 1921-1938

Carton 1SH 119X 3
"The Fight for Free Speech," September 1921
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"The Record of the Fight for Free Speech in 1923," May 1924
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Free Speech in 1924," April 1925
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Free Speech in 1925-26," April 1926
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Free Speech 1926," April 1927
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"The Fight For Civil Liberty, 1927-1928," 1928
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"The Story of Civil Liberty, 1927-1928," 1930
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Sweet Land of Liberty, 1931-1932," June 1932
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Land of The Pilgrim's Pride, 1933-1934," June 1933
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Liberty Under A New Deal, 1933-1934," June 1934
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Land of The Free, 1934-1935," June 1935
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"How Goes the Bill Of Rights? 1935-1936," June 1936
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Let Freedom Ring! 1936-1937," June 1937
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Local Liberties Committees, Reports 1937-1938," supplement, June 1938

Printed, 1932-1937

Carton 1SH 119X 3
1932-1936
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Injunction to...," 1937
Carton 1SH 119X 3
"Sedition, Criminal Syndicalism...," 1937
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Leaflets, 1937
Carton 1SH 119X 3
1938-1939
Carton 1SH 119X 3
1932-1936

CLUM

Carton 1SH 119X 3
Committees, officer lists, reports, 1936, 1938-1939
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Executive Committee, minutes, 1930-1939
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Correspondence, 1930-1939
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Printed, 1920-1938
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Boston Common (freedom of speech), 1929
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Censorship (Sacco-Vanzetti), 1928-1932
Carton 1SH 119X 3
De Jonge v. The State of Oregon (U.S. Supreme Court) (criminal syndicalism), 1936

Federal Communications Commission

Carton 1SH 119X 3
Act of 1934
Carton 1SH 119X 3
1937-1938
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Rules and regulations, 1938
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Annual report, 1939
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Rules and regulations, 1939
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Hamilton v. Regents of University of California (U.S. Supreme Court), 1934
Carton 1SH 119X 3
Massachusetts Civil League, Boston Housing Reports, 1930, 1932-1933, 1936
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Massachusetts Commission to Investigate Subversion, 1937-1938
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Massachusetts Commission to Investigate Subversion, Sherman Commission, "Reports of The Social Commission to Investigate the Activities within this Commonwealth of Communistic, Fascist, Nazi and other Subversive Organizations...," Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1938
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Massachusetts Legislation, 1930-1939
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Minersville School District v. Gobitis (U.S. Supreme Court) (flag salute), 1939
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
National Legislation, 1938-1939
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Nichols v. Mavor and School Committee of Lynn, Massachusetts (flag salute), 1935-1937
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Nichols and Thompson v. Commonwealth of Mass. (U.S. Supreme Court) (leaflet distribution), 1939
Carton 2 SH 119Y 4
Sean v. Tile Layers Union (U.S. Supreme Court) (14th Amendment), 1936
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Watch and Ward Society, 1930-1932
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Miscellaneous Printed, 1922, 1928, 1935-1939

1940

ACLU

Carton 2SH 119Y 4
ACLU General Correspondence, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
ACLU Printed, 1940

CLUM

Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Committees, correspondence, reports, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
General Correspondence, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Executive Committee, minutes, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Alien Registration Act of 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
American Committee for Protection of the Foreign Born, 4th annual conference, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
American Committee for Protection of the Foreign Born, These United States, biweekly, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
American Committee for Democracy and Intellectual Freedom, News, monthly, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Anti-Poll Tax Bill, printed, 1940-1941
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Burke-Wadsworth Compulsory Military Training Bill, (selective service)
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Common Council for American Unity, Foreign Language Information Service, newsletter, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Crusader News Agency, weekly, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Dies Committee, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
International Labor Defense. Equal Justice, quarterly, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Massachusetts Mother's Health Council, 1940 (Planned Parenthood)
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
National Emergency Conference for Democratic Rights, Bill of Rights News, monthly, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
National legislation, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
New England Conference on Civil Liberties, "Witch Hunting," address by O. John Rogge, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
New York Conference for Unalienable Rights, Newsletter, fortnightly, 1940
Carton 2SH 119Y 4
Planned Parenthood Federation, 1940
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
U.S. Department of Justice, memoranda, 1940
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Miscellaneous Printed, 1940

1941

ACLU

Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Annual Report, "Local Civil Liberties Committees, 1940-1941," supplement, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Board of Directors, minutes, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
General Correspondence, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Memoranda, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Arthur Garfield Hayes, photograph, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Printed, 1941

CLUM

Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Annual Meeting, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Annual Report, 1940-1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Bulletin and Newsletter, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
General Correspondence, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Bishop G. Bromley Oxham, correspondence, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Albert Sprague Coolidge, correspondence, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Committee Correspondence, 1941

Executive Committees

Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Correspondence, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Minutes, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Financial
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Correspondence, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Minutes, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Budget and reports, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Bills and Lease, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
General and Advisory Committee, correspondence, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Information Requests, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Legal Committee
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Correspondence, 1940-1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Requests for assistance, 1940-194
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Minutes and memoranda, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Literature Requests, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Membership Appeals, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Membership Committee, correspondence, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Newsclipping Bureau, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Speaker's Bureau, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
American Committee for the Protection of the Foreign Born, 1941-1942
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Bibliographies on Civil Liberties, 1938-1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Bill of Rights Day
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Correspondence, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Educational program, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Printed, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Harry Bridges, Printed, 1939-1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Censorship, 1938, 1940-1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Common Council for American Unity, Newsletter, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. George Pascone, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Congress of Industrial Organizations, Bulletin, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Crusader News Service, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Institute for Living Law, report in Gillette Bill for Propaganda, S 990, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
International Labor Defense, newsletter, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Freedom of Speech, 1941
Carton 3SH 119Z 5
Labor, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Legislation, Mass. and national, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Massachusetts Legislation, correspondence, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Massachusetts Legislators, profiles, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
National Legislation, correspondence, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
National Federation of Constitutional Liberties Bulletin, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
New York Conference for Unalienable Rights, newsletter, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Oklahoma and Minneapolis Criminal Syndicalism and Sedition cases, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Alan Shaw v. State of Oklahoma, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
William Tuthill Parry v. Dennis W. Delaney (Mass.), 1940-1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
U.S. Department of Justice, news releases, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Robert Wood v. State of Oklahoma, 1941
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Miscellaneous Printed, 1941

1942

ACLU

Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Annual Report, "The Bill of Rights in War, 1941-1942," supplement, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Correspondence, January-June 1942

CLUM

Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Annual Meeting, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Annual Report, 1941-1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
By-laws, undated, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
General Correspondence, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Albert Sprague Coolidge, correspondence, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Committees, correspondence lists, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Executive Committee, minutes, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Financial Statements, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Financial, bills, 1942.
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Committee, requests for assistance, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Literature Requests, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Membership, correspondence, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Membership Appeals, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Membership Dues, receipts, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Nominating Committee, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Program Committee, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Publicity Committee, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Speakers Bureau, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Earl Browder, Citizens Committee to Free, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Censorship, 1942
Carton 4SH 11A1 F
Conscientious Objectors, 1941-1942
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Discrimination, 1942
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Jehovah's Witnesses, flag salute, 1942
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
National Legislation, 1942
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
"Native Lands," Frontier film, 1941-1942
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Anti-Poll Tax, legislation, 1942
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Poll Tax Jury, Odell Walker Case, 1942
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Sedition, 1942
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
U.S. Department of Justice, news releases, January- February 1942
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
War Measures, 1942

1943

ACLU

Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Annual Report, "Local Civil Liberties Committees, 1942-1943," supplement, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Minutes, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Correspondence, 1943

CLUM

Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Annual Meeting and Poll-Tax Conference, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Annual Report, 1942-1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
General Correspondence, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Education Committee, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Essay Contest, "The Citadel of Democracy: Our Bill of Rights," 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Essay Contests, winners, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Executive Committee, correspondence, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Executive Committee, minutes, lists, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Financial, bills, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Financial Statements, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
General Committee, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Legal Committee, requests for assistance, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Legislative Committee, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Literature Requests, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Committee Meetings, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Membership, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Membership Appeals, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
A. Howard Meyers, correspondence, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Nominating Committee, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Speakers Bureau, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Boston Teachers Union, married women teachers, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Censorship, January-June 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Committee Against Racial Discrimination in the War Effort, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Dies Committee, January-April 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Four Freedom Fellowship of Brookline, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Japanese Relocation, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Jehovah's Witnesses, flag salute, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Labor, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Sargent Alton Levy, U.S. Army, racial discrimination, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Massachusetts Citizens Committee for Racial Unity, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
National Committee to Abolish the Poll Tax, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, "Investigates Martin Dies!" printed, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
National Legislation, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Police Brutality, Charleston, Mass., 1941-1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Poll Tax, national legislation, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Racial Discrimination, July-December 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Racial Discrimination, USO, 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Religious Discrimination, June-December 1943
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
Freedom of Speech, Quincy, Mass., 1943 (labor civil rights)
Carton 5SH 11A2 G
U.S. Department of Justice, report on alien registration, 1943

1944

CLUM

Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Annual Report, 1943-1944
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
General Correspondence, 1944
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Financial Statements, 1944
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Executive Committee, minutes, 1944
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
General Committee, minutes, 1944
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Censorship, 1944
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Discrimination, racial and religious, 1944

1945

CLUM

Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Annual Report, 1944-1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
General Correspondence, 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Executive Committee, minutes, 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Financial Statements, 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Finance and Membership Committees, 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Printed, "Are They Fooling You?," draft, 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Printed. "Are They Fooling You?," correspondence, 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Peacetime Conscription, national legislation, 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Peacetime Conscription, printed, 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Racial and Religious Discrimination, 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Miscellaneous Printed, 1945

1946

ACLU, 1946

CLUM

Carton 6SH 11A3 H
General Correspondence, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Henry Berlin, treasurer, correspondence, 1946-47
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Committee, lists, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Executive Committee, correspondence, July-December 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Executive Committee, minutes, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Financial Campaign, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Financial Statements, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
General Committee, correspondence, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Legal Council, report, 1945-1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Legislative Committee, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Literature Requests, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Literature Requests, "Are They Fooling You?," 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Membership, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Student Membership, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Newsletter, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Boston Police Department, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Censorship, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Church-State, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Civil Rights Congress, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Civil Rights Congress, Action, bulletin, 1946-1947
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Committee for Amnesty, Amnesty Bulletin, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Conscientious Objectors, 1946-1947
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Conscription, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Fair Employment Practice Commission (FEPC), 1946-1947
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Fair Employment Practice Commission (FEPC), printed, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Freedom of Speech, Fall River, Mass., 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Governor's Committee for Racial and Religious Understanding, correspondence, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Governor's Committee for Racial and Religious Understanding, newsletter, 1945-1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), 1945
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
House Un-American Activities Committee, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
House Un-American Activities Committee, Congressional printed, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
House Un-American Activities Committee, petitions against, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
National Council for a Permanent FEPC Bill, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, HUAC, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Massachusetts Legislation, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
National Legislation, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Parochial School Transportation Law, 1946
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
Miscellaneous Printed, 1945-47
Carton 6SH 11A3 H
U.S. Marine Corps, Investigation, 1945-1946

1947

ACLU

Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Minutes, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Memoranda, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Affiliates, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Printed, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Committee Lists, 1947

CLUM

Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Executive Committee, correspondence. January-March 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Executive Committee, minutes, 1947. CLUM General and Advisory Committee, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
General Correspondence, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Financial Statements, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Counsel, annual report, 1946-1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Literature Requests, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Literature Requests, "Are They Fooling You?," 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Membership, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Newsletter, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
News releases, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Radio Broadcasts, 1946
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Radio Broadcasts, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Speakers Bureau, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Academic Freedom, Lyman R. Bradley, New York University, 1947-1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Attorney General v. The Book Named Forever Amber (Mass.), 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Boston Police Department, police brutality, 1947. Censorship, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Church-State, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Congressional, printed, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Stephen H. Fritchman. The Christian Register, 1946-1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Galardi v. Hague, U.S. Navy (Mass.), 1946-1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Galardi v. Hague, U.S. Navy (Mass.), briefs, 1946
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Galardi v. Hague, U.S. Navy (Mass.), briefs, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Galardi v. Hague, U.S. Navy (Mass.), briefs, 1947-1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Galardi v. Hague, U.S. Navy (Mass.), briefs, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Galardi v. Hague, U.S. Navy (Mass.), J.L. Saltonstall, Jr., correspondence, 1946-1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Galardi v. Hague, U.S. Navy (Mass.), J.L. Saltonstall. Jr., correspondence, 1947-1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
House Un-American Activities Committee, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Gilfedder, 1945-1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Massachusetts Committee on Subversive Activities, H 1906, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Massachusetts Legislation, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
National Legislation, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
President's Committee on Civil Liberties, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Racial Discrimination, 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Harlow Shapley, House Un-American Activities Committee, 1946-1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
U.S.A. vs. Paramount Pictures, Inc. (U.S. Supreme Court), 1947
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Miscellaneous Printed, 1947

1948

ACLU

Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Annual Report, 1947-1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Board of Directors, minutes, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Affiliates, correspondence, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Affiliates, minutes, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
ACLU Affiliates, printed, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Memoranda, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Printed, 1948

CLUM

Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Annual Meeting, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
By-laws, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Committee Lists, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Advisory Committee, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Executive Committee, correspondence, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
Executive Committee, minutes, 1948.
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
General Committee, 1948
Carton 7SH 11A4 I
General Correspondence, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Membership, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Newsletter, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Speakers Bureau, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Frank E. Baker, loyalty test case, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Frank E. Baker, loyalty test case, affidavits, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Frank E. Baker, loyalty test case, correspondence, 1948-1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Censorship, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Censorship, The Nation, notes, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Censorship of The Nation, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Church-State, released time, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Church-State, printed, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Racial Discrimination, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Housing Equality, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Massachusetts Legislation, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Massachusetts Legislation, correspondence, January-February 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Mundt Bill, Subversive Activities Act of 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Mundt Bill, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Political Freedom, Communist Party, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Poll-Tax, 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Selective Service Act of 1948
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Freedom of Speech, 1948-49
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Miscellaneous, 1948

1949

ACLU

Carton 8SH 11A5 J
ACLU Annual Report, 1948-1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Minutes, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Affiliates, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
29th Annual Conference, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Bill of Rights Day, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Bulletin, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Memoranda, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Printed, 1949

CLUM

Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Annual Meeting, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Annual Report, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
General Correspondence, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Coordination Committee, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Committee on Racial and Religious Discrimination, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Executive Committee, correspondence, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Executive Committee, minutes, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
General Committee, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Counsel, requests for assistance, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Legislative Committee, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Membership, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Newsletter, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Speakers Bureau, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Volunteers, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Printed, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Academic Freedom, 1948-1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Censorship, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Chelsea Public Schools (Mass.), 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Loyalty Tests for Federal Employment, 1947-1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Massachusetts Housing, Correspondence, 1949
Carton 8SH 11A5 J
Massachusetts Housing Legislation, 1949
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Massachusetts Legislation, I, 1949
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Political Freedom, Communist Party, 1949
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Miscellaneous Printed, 1949

1950

ACLU

Carton 9SH 11A6 K
By-laws, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Correspondence, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Memoranda, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Minutes, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Printed, 1950

CLUM

Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Annual Meeting, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Annual Report, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
By-laws, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Committee, member lists, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Executive Committee, correspondence, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Executive Committee, minutes, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
General and Advisory Committee, minutes, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Legal Committee, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Legislative Committee, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Correspondence, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Financial, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Lawyers Panel, correspondence, 1950-51
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, June-December 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Letter to Clergy, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Luther MacNair, reports, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Membership, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Speakers, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Printed, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Censorship, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Civil Liberties Groups, correspondence, 1949-1951
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Civil Rights, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
"Little Dies Committee" (Mass.), CLUM opposition lobby, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Donlon Order (Mass.), CLUM opposition lobby, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Housing, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Internal Security Act of 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Massachusetts Committee to Curb Communism, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
McCarran Act of 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Mundt Bill, CLUM opposition activities, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Mundt Bill, CLUM opposition lobby, 1949-1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Mundt Bill, Congressional correspondence, 1949-1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Mundt Bill, organizations opposed, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Mundt Bill, printed, 1949-1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Mundt Bill, text, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Mundt-Nixon-Ferguson Bill, CLUM opposition speech, 1949
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Mundt-Nixon-Ferguson Bill, 1949
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
National Committee to Defeat the Mundt Bill, 1949-1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Nixon Bill, ACLU Congressional opposition testimony, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Political Freedom, Communist Party, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Resolutions on Civil Liberties by Churches, 1950
Carton 9SH 11A6 K
Miscellaneous Printed, 1950

1951

ACLU

Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Correspondence, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
ACLU Memoranda, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Censorship, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Printed, 1951

CLUM

Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Annual Meeting, Howard Mumford Jones, loyalty oath, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Executive Committee, correspondence, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Committee, minutes, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
General Committee, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Counsel, requests for assistance, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Printed, Donlon order, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
American Jewish Congress, Weekly, November 1950, April 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Boston Bar Association, Bulletin, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Boston Bar Association, Communist resolution, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Brookline Public Library, censored, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Clergyman's Committee for Civil Liberties, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Donlon letter to CLUM alleging communist affiliation, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Jones v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Jones v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts, correspondence, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Dubin, Jones. Mendelsohn, 1950
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Dubin, Jones, Mendelsohn, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Massachusetts Legislation, anti-Communist, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Massachusetts Legislation, House Bill 426, banning Communist party from state of Massachusetts, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
National Lawyer's Guild, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Northeastern Law Review, May 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Northeastern University Law Club, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Smith Act of 1940, CLUM opposition, 1951
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Smith Act of 1940, 1951-1952
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Miscellaneous Printed, 1951

1952

ACLU

Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Correspondence, 1952
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Memoranda, 1952
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Affiliates, newsletters, 1952
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Censorship, "The Judges and the Judged," by Merle Miller, 1952
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Reports, 1952
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
ACLU of Chicago, Executive Committee, minutes, 1952
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
ACLU of Southern California, Board of Directors, minutes, 1952
Carton 10SH 11A7 L
Printed, 1952

CLUM

Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Annual Meeting, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
CLUM Annual Report, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
By-laws, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Educational Campaign Benefit Concert, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Executive Committee, correspondence, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Executive Committee, minutes, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
General and Advisory Committee, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Membership, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Membership, integration with ACLU, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Newsletter, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
America's Town Meeting on the Air, Faneuil Hall, broadcast, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
America's Town Meeting, workshops on civil liberties, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Boston Public Library, censored, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Clergymen's Committee for Civil Liberties, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Clergymen's Luncheon, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Conscientious Objectors, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Commonwealth of Massachusetts vs. Struik and Winner, 1951-52
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Massachusetts Committee for Civil Liberties, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Massachusetts Legislation, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Massachusetts Legislation, correspondence, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
The Nation, June, Sept, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
National Committee to Repeal the McCarran Act, news releases, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Resolutions on Civil Liberties by Churches, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
USA Confidential, censored, 1952
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
United States v Sumner (Mass.) (probation violation), 1949-52
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Miscellaneous Printed, 1952

1953

ACLU

Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Correspondence, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Memoranda, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Minutes, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Affiliates, Iowa, New York, St. Louis, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
ACLU of Chicago, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
ACLU of Cleveland, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
ACLU of Southern California, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Censorship Report, 1952-53
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Gwinn Amendment Test Cases, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Referendum

CLUM

Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Annual Meeting, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Committee Lists, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Executive Committee, correspondence, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Executive Committee, minutes, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Finance Committee, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Membership Campaign, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Boston Bar Association, "Liberty Under Law," playscript by Vahan Tashjian, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Community Church of Boston, censored, 1953
Carton 11SH 11A8 M
Frank T. Emma (Mass.) case, 1950-53
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
House Un-American Activities Committee, opposition statements, 1953
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Intergroup Relations Council of Boston, 1953
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Legislation, correspondence, 1953
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Legislation, bills, 1953
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Committee to Repeal the McCarran Act, 1953
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
McCarran Act, printed, 1950-53.
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, 1952-53
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Springfield and Chicopee Public Schools (Mass.), church-state, 1953
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Miscellaneous Printed, 1953

1954

ACLU

Carton 12SH 11A9 N
By-laws, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Correspondence, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Memoranda, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
"Analysis of Whose Civil Liberties?" American Legion Magazine, May 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Membership Campaign, 1954

CLUM

Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Executive Committee, minutes, September 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Ad Hoc "Watchdog" Committee (Mass Commission to Investigate Communism) Investigation, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Censorship, 1952-54
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, attorney guide, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Doctor's Draft Act, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Faxon vs. Boston School Committee, (Mass.), 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Harvard Law School, CLUM Chapter, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Legislation, correspondence, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Legislation, memorandums, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, 1955
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Massachusetts Council of Churches, educational campaign, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Massachusetts Legislative, bills, 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
The Progressive, April 1954
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Resolutions on Civil Liberties by churches, 1950-57
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Miscellaneous Printed, 1954

1955

Carton 12SH 11A9 N
CLUM Speakers, 1955
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, attorney guide, 1955
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Miscellaneous, 1955

1956

Carton 12SH 11A9 N
CLUM Speakers, 1956
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1954-56
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Massachusetts Legislation, 1956
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Miscellaneous, 1956

1957

ACLU

Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Minutes, 1957
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Affiliates, N.Y., St. Louis, 1957
Carton 12SH 11A9 N
Report, U.S. Marine Corps and Civil Liberties, 1957

CLUM

Carton 13SH 11AA O
Executive Committee, correspondence, minutes, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Financial Statements, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Council, requests for assistance, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Speakers, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Academic Freedom, Richard DeHaan, Brandeis University, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, attorney guide, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Federal Employee Security Program, legislation, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Legislation, 1956-57
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Legislation, bills, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Massachusetts Council of Churches, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Springfield Citizen's Committee on Police Practices, report, 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
U.S. Travel and Passport Acts of 1958, 1957-58
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Miscellaneous Printed, 1957

1958

ACLU

Carton 13SH 11AA O
Biennial Conference, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Correspondence, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Memoranda,1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Minutes, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Lloyd Barenblatt v. U.S.A.,(U.S. Supreme Court) 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
ACLU gent and Briehi v. Dulles, Secretary of State (U.S. Supreme Court), 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Oliphant et al Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen (U.S. Court Appellate), 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Record of 85th Congress on Civil Liberties Legislation, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Sunshine Book Co. v. Summerfield, U.S. Postmaster (U.S. Supreme Court) 1957
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Walter Omnibus Bill, HR 9352, 1958 (amend Internal Security Act of 1950).
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Printed, 1958

CLUM

Carton 13SH 11AA O
Annual Meeting, Roger Baldwin, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Bulletin, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Executive Committee, correspondence, financial statements, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Executive Committee, minutes, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Nominating Committee, 1954-58
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Legal Counsel, cases, correspondence, report, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Speakers, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Censorship, 1957-58
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Church-State, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Church-State, Weymouth Public Schools, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Conscientious Objectors, 1958
Carton 13SH 11AA O
Paul A. Freund, "Supreme Court Crisis," Brandeis University, address, 1958
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Massachusetts Legislation, 1958
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Massachusetts Council of Churches, 1958
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Massachusetts Council on Civil Rights, 1957-61
Carton 14SH 11AB P
The Nation, "The FBI," by Fred J. Cook, October 1958
Carton 14SH 11AB P
National Legislation, 1958
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Papal Encyclical Letter on Censorship, 1957
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Leo Pfeiffer, "Court and It's Critics," Boston University, address, 1958
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Radio-TV, Broadcasts on Civil Liberties, 1958
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Springfield College Community Tensions Center (Mass.), annual report, 1957-58
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Miscellaneous Printed, 1958

1959

ACLU

Carton 14SH 11AB P
Affiliates, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Correspondence, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Memoranda, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Minutes, 1959

CLUM

Carton 14SH 11AB P
Annual Meeting, Paul A. Freund, speaker, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Bulletin, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Church-State Committee, correspondence, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Church-State Committee, minutes, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Criminal Justice and Police Practices Committee, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Executive Committee, correspondence, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Executive Committee, minutes, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Financial Statements, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Legal Counsel, requests for legal assistance, June-December 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Speaking Engagements, 1958-59
Carton 14SH 11AB P
America, "The Dilemma of the ACLU," by Father Robert Drinan, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
American Jewish Congress, "Major Congressional Civil Liberties Proposals," 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Brown v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Mass. Supreme Judicial Court), 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, attorney guide, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Censorship, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Church-State, Holyoke Public School case, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Cushing, Cardinal Richard, Boston Evening American, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
Freedom Agenda Program, radio-tv scripts, 1959
Carton 14SH 11AB P
J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI, The Progressive, 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Intergroup Relations Council of Greater Boston, correspondence, minutes, 1957-59
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Massachusetts Council of Churches, correspondence, minutes, bulletins, 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Massachusetts Legislation, 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Massachusetts Legislation, bills, 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
National Legislation, 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Radio, TV, Films, bibliography, 1956-59
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Smith v. California (U.S. Supreme Court), 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Thompson v. Louisville, Kentucky (U.S. Supreme Court), 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Torcaso v. Watkins (Maryland), 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
United States v. Martinez-Mendoza (U.S. Supreme Court), 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Wilkinson v. United States (U.S. Supreme Court), 1959
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Miscellaneous Printed, 1959

1960

ACLU

Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Biennial Conference, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Minutes, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
ACLU of Kentucky, criminal code committee, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Printed, 1960

CLUM

Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Annual Meeting, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Bulletin, winter 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Bulletin, summer 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Executive Committee, lists, minutes, financial statements, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
State Committee, correspondence, minutes, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Legislative Committee, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Lawyers Panel, correspondence, minutes, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Legal Assistance Requests, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Letter to Clergy, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Membership, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Newsletter "Civil Liberties in the Bay State" 1960-68
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Speaking Engagements, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
American Nazi Party, George L. Rockwell case, 1960
Carton 15SH 11AC Q
Censorship, 1960
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Censorship, reports on pornography, 1960
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Discrimination, racial, 1960
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Gallegher v. Crown Kosher of Massachusetts (U.S. Supreme Court) (Sunday blue laws), 1960
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Harrison and Channel Lumber v. Furman (New Jersey), 1960
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House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), 1960
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Intergroup Relations Council of Greater Boston, 1960
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Lamps v. United States (U.S. Court of Appeals), 1960
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, 1960
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Massachusetts Legislation, bills, 1960
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) v. City of Chester (Pennsylvania), 1960
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National Legislation, 1960
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Nominating Committee, ballots 1960
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Nomination Committee, nominations 1960
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Nomination Committee, Miscellaneous 1960
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Ragsdale v. Overholser (U.S. Court of Appeals), 1960
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Religious Issues in the 1960 Presidential Campaign, 1960
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Scholle v. Hare and Beadle, (Michigan), 1960
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Unites States v. Bonanno (U.S. Court of Appeals), 1960
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Unites States v. Bufalino (U.S. Court of Appeals), 1960
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United States ex rel Williams v. La Valle (U.S. Supreme Court), 1960
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Miscellaneous Printed, 1960

1961

ACLU

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Civil Liberties, monthly, 1961
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Academic Freedom Committee, memoranda, minutes, 1961
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Church State Committee, memoranda, minutes, 1961
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National Defense Education Act, 1961-62

CLUM

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Bulletin, winter 1961
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Church-State Committee, correspondence, minutes, 1961
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Executive Committee, correspondence, lists, 1961
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Executive Committee, minutes, 1961
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Financial Statements, 1961
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Lawyers Panel, requests for legal assistance, minutes, 1961
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Letter to Clergy, 1961
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Membership, 1961
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Attorney General v. Tropic of Cancer (Mass.), 1961-62
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Bibliographies on Civil Liberties, 1961
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Censorship, 1961
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Church-State, 1961
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Civil Rights, 1959-61
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Denominational Resolutions, Anti-HUAC, 1961
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House Un-American Activities Committee, 1961
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House Un-American Activities Committee, correspondence, 1961
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Intergroup Relations Council of Greater Boston, 1961
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John Birch Society, 1961
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Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Dorius (capital punishment), 1961
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, 1961
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, minutes, correspondence, 1961.
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Massachusetts Legislation, 1961
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The Nation, "CIA," by Fred J. Cook, June 1961
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The Nation, "Juggernaut: the Welfare State," by Fred J Cook, October 1961
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National Conference of Police Associations, "Resolution on ACLU," 1961
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"Operation Abolition," HUAC Film, 1961
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Miscellaneous Printed, 1961
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Pennsylvania vs. Bell, 1961

1962

ACLU

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Biennial Conference, 1962
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Church-State Committee, memos, minutes, news releases, 1962

CLUM

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Annual Meeting, "Operation Correction," anti-HUAC film, 1962
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Bulletin, winter 1962
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Bulletin, summer 1962
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Committees, 1959-62
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Executive Committee, correspondence, 1962
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Executive Committee, minutes, 1962
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Censorship Committee, Attorney General v The Book Named Tropic of Cancer, (Mass.), 1962
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Church-State Committee, correspondence, 1962
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Courses in Civil Liberties, 1962
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Financial Appeal, 1962
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Financial Statements, budgets, reports, 1962
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Lawyers Panel, minutes, 1962
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Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, 1962
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Letter to Clergy, 1962
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Speaking Engagements, 1962
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Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1962
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Academic Freedom, Marshall LaForet case (Mass.), 1962
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Clark Byse, "Procedure in Student Dismissal Procedures: Law and Policy," speech, 1962
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Church-State, 1962
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Committee to Counter Neo-McCarthyism, 1961-62
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Denominational Resolutions on Civil Liberties, 1959-62
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Federal Aide to Education, 1960-62
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Gideon v. Cochrane, Division of Corrections (U.S. Supreme Court), 1962
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Intergroup Relations Council of Greater Boston, 1962
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Labor Conference on Peace, "Labor and Politics of Peace," Sumner M. Rosen, 1962
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, correspondence, minutes, newsletter, 1962
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Massachusetts Council on Discrimination in Housing, 1962
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Massachusetts Legislation, 1962
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Massachusetts Legislation, bills, 1962
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National Legislation, 1962
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"Operation Correction," anti-HUAC film, 1962
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Students for a Democratic Society, "Port Huron Statement," 1962
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Sunday Blue Laws (Mass.), 1962

1963

ACLU

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Civil Liberties, monthly, January-June 1963
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Church-State Committee, memoranda, minutes, 1963
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Annual Meeting, 1963

CLUM

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Bulletin, winter 1963
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Bulletin, summer 1963
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Committees, lists, 1963
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Censorship Committee, 1963
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Executive Committee, Brandeis, 1963
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Executive Committee, correspondence, 1963
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Executive Committee, minutes, 1963
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Financial Statements, budgets, reports, member receipts, 1963
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Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, reports, 1963
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Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1963
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Membership, 1962-63
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Membership Drive, correspondence, lists, 1963
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News releases, 1963
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Speaking Engagements, 1963
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Aberle, Kathleen Gough, Brandeis University, academic freedom, 1963
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Boston Redevelopment Authority, Planned Parenthood incident, 1963
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Brooke, Edward W., position paper, 1963
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Church-State, correspondence, 1962-63
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Church-State, printed, 1953, 1960-63
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Federal Aid to Religious Housing, 1963
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Group Research Report, newsletter, 1962-63
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House Un-American Activities Committee, 1962-63
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Intergroup Relations Council of Greater Boston, memos, minutes, newsletters, 1963
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Edmund S. Izzo, Salem State College (Mass.), academic freedom, 1963
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March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, August 1963
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, resolutions on civil liberties, 1963
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Massachusetts Council for Civil Rights, 1962-63
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Massachusetts Committee on Discrimination in Housing, 1963
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Massachusetts Committee on Discrimination in Housing, reports, 1963
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Massachusetts Housing, printed, 1963
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Massachusetts Legislation, 1963
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Massachusetts Legislation, bills, 1963
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National Legislation, 1963
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New England Conference in Extending the Democratic Process, 1963
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Radio-TV spots on civil liberties, 1961-63
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Tax Exempt Status, 1963-69

1964

ACLU

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Affiliates, 1964
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Biennial Conference, correspondence, program, papers delivered, 1964
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Correspondence, 1964
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Memoranda, 1964
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Minutes, 1964
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"The ACLU-Today and Tomorrow," ACLU function and future role, 1964
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Church-State, shared time, 1964
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Church-State, tax exemptions of religious bodies, 1964
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Arizona Civil Liberties Union, minutes, 1964
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ACLU of Northern California, report 1960-63, minutes, newsletter, 1964
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ACLU of Southern California, correspondence, newsletter, 1964
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Colorado Branch, ACLU, minutes, newsletter, 1964
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Illinois Division, ACLU, minutes, newsletter, 1964
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ACLU of Michigan, correspondence, Baldwin Tribute, 1964
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ACLU, Minnesota Branch, ACLU, minutes, newsletter, 1964
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New York Civil Liberties Union, correspondence, minutes, newsletter, 1964
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Greater Philadelphia Branch, correspondence, newsletter, 1964
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National Capital Area Civil Liberties Union, minutes, newsletter, 1964
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ACLU of Washington, newsletter, 1964

CLUM

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Annual Meeting, James W. Silver, "Mississippi, the Closed Society," 1964
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Bulletin, winter 1964
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Bulletin, summer 1964
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CLUM Committee, correspondence, lists, 1964
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Censorship Committee, Naked Lunch, by William Burroughs, 1964
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Church-State Committee, 1964
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Church-State Committee, "Religion in the Schools," 1964
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Executive Committee, correspondence, 1964
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Executive Committee, minutes, 1964
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Financial, budgets, statements, member receipts, 1964
Carton 19SH 11AG U
CLUM Freedom of Speech and Assembly Committee, 1964
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Information Requests, 1964.
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Lawyer's Panel, requests for assistance, 1964
Carton 19SH 11AG U
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1964
Carton 19SH 11AG U
Memoranda, 1964
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News releases, 1964
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Photographs, 1964
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Police Practices Committee, 1964
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Speaking Engagements, 1964
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American Jewish Congress, "U.S. Supreme Court Civil Rights and Liberties Decisions," 1963-64
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Americans for Democratic Action, 1962-64
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Attorney General v. North Brookfield School Committee (Mass.) (Bible reading and prayer in schools), 1964
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Becker Amendment, school prayer, 1964
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Boston Schools Freedom Day Stayout, to protest de facto segregation, 1964
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Civil Rights, correspondence, memoranda, newsletters, 1964
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Courses in Civil Liberties, 1964
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Gartner, Alan, "The Police the Community: Police Practices and Minority Groups," Brandeis University, 1964
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Group Research Report, newsletter in right-wing groups, index, 1964
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Intergroup Relations Council of Greater Boston, 1964
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Massachusetts Committee on Discrimination in Housing, 1964
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, correspondence, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, 1964
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Massachusetts Housing, printed, 1964
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Massachusetts Legislation, 1964
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Massachusetts Legislation, bills, 1964
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Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964
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The Nation, "The Hoffa Trial," by Fred J. Cook, 1964
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National Legislation, 1964
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Miscellaneous Printed, civil rights, church-state, 196
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Students for a Democratic Society, 1964

1965

ACLU

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Affiliates, Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union, 1965
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Board of Directors, minutes, 1965
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Board Officers and Committee Members, 1965-67
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Committee, minutes, 1965.
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State Committee, memoranda, minutes, 1965
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Police Practices Committee, 1965.
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Memoranda, 1965
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ACLU of Southern California, "Police Malpractice and the Watts Riot," 1965
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Academic Freedom, 1965
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Feature Press Service, weekly, 1965
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Lawyer's Constitutional Defense Committee (LCDC), 1965
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LCDC Mississippi Docket, 1965
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LCDC Prospective, 1965
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Legal Docket, 1965
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Minutes, Meetings, 1965
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National Development Council, 1965
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News releases, 1965
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1940 Resolution, 1965
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Shared-Time, 1965
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Working Papers, 1965

"Survey of National Office Organization and Procedures and its Relations with the Affiliates," report, 1965

CLUM

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Annual Meeting, nomination lists, 1965
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Bulletin, winter 1965
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Bulletin, summer 1965
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Censorship Committee, 1965
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Church-State Committee, 1965
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Correspondence, 1965
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Development Committee, 1965
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Executive Committee, correspondence, officer list, 1965
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Executive Committee, minutes, 1965. CLUM Legislative Committee, 1965
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CLUM Police Practices Committee, 1965
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Freedom of Speech and Assembly Committee, 1965
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Development Drive, correspondence, 1965
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Development Drive, member lists, 1965
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Financial, 1965
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Information Requests, 1965
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Legal Counsel, 1964-1965
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Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1965
Carton 21SH 11AI W
Membership, 1964-1965
Carton 21SH 11AI W
New Membership Drive, 1965
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News releases, 1965
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Public Relations, 1965
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Speaking Engagements, 1965
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Volunteers, 1965
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Alabama, Selma, 1965
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Bass v. State of Mississippi, 1965
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Church-State, 1964-65
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Civil Rights, 1965
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Civil Rights, printed, 1964-1965
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Governor James P. Coleman (Miss.), court appointment controversy, 1965
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"The Cool World," film, by Fred Wiseman, 1965
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Driver v. Hinnant (U.S. Court of Appeals) (imprisonment of alcoholics), 1965
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Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965
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House Un-American Activities Committee, 1965
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Hurwitz v. Directors Guild of America (N.Y.) (loyalty oath), 1965
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Locust Club v. City of Rochester (N.Y.) (police practices), 1965
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Massachusetts Committee on Discrimination in Housing, 1965
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, correspondence, 196
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, minutes, 1965
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Massachusetts Legislation, 1965
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Massachusetts Legislation, bills, 1965
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Massachusetts Legislation, House Documents, 1965
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Massachusetts Legislation, Senate Documents, 1965
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Massachusetts Special Commission on Low-Income Housing, 1965
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Michigan v. Thomas (Mich.) (ex post facto prisoner law), 1965 (ex post facto prisoner law
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Minneapolis Teachers v. Minnesota Board of Education (Minn.), 1965
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Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1965
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NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, docket, 1965
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National Legislation, correspondence, 1965
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Vietnam, 1965
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Vietnam, printed, 1965
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White et al United States v. Crook (Ala.) Vol. I, 1965
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Miscellaneous Printed, 1965

1966

ACLU

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Affiliates, misc. newsletters, 1966
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Affiliates, Arizona Civil Liberties Union, legislative bulletin, minutes, 1966
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ACLU of Northern California, report, 1963-66, minutes, News, 1966
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ACLU of Southern California, minutes, newsletter, 1966. ACLU of Florida, newsletter, 1966
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ACLU of Georgia, newsletter, 1966
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ACLU of Georgia, "The Death Penalty in Georgia," report, 1965
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ACLU of Georgia, "Police Procedures in Atlanta," report, 1966
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ACLU Illinois Division, minutes, newsletters, 1966
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ACLU of Louisiana, newsletters, 1966
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ACLU Minnesota Branch, memoranda; minutes; newsletters, 1966, "The Right to Privacy," bibliography, "Report on Police Review Boards," December 1965
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Board of Directors, minutes, 1966
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Plenary Board, memoranda, minutes, working papers for January meeting, 1966
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Plenary Board, June meeting, 1966
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Correspondence, 1966
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Roger Baldwin Foundations, 1966-67
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Biennial Conference, correspondence/memoranda, 1966
Carton 23SH 11AK Y
Biennial Conference, papers presented, 1966
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Biennial Conference, report, 1966
Carton 23SH 11AK Y
Feature Press Service, weekly, 1966
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1966 Key Year Drive
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"General Guide to ACLU Litigation Procedures and Practices," 1966
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Lawyer's Constitutional Defense Committee, 1966
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Legal Docket, 1966
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Membership Receipts, 1966
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News Release, 1966
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Minutes, meetings 1966
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National Capital Area Civil Liberties Union, minutes, newsletters, 1966
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ACLU of New Jersey, annual report, 1965; newsletters, 1966
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New York Civil Liberties Union, minutes, newsletters, 1966
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Policy statements, 1966
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ACLU of Greater Philadelphia Branch, freedom of expression draft pamphlet, newsletters, 1966
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ACLU of Washington (state), annual report, 1965; memoranda; minutes, 1966

CLUM

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Annual Meeting, 1966
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Bulletin, winter 1966
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Bulletin, summer 1966
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Committees, officers and organization, 1966
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Academic Freedom Committee, 1966
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Censorship Committee, 1966
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Church-State Committee, 1966
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Correspondence, 1966
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Executive Committee, correspondence, minutes, officers, 1966
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Financial, 1965-66
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Information Requests, 1966
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Lawyer's Panel, member list, 1966
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Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, 1966
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Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1966.
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Membership, 1966
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Membership Drive, 1966
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Membership Occupations, 1966
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News releases, 1966
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Speaking Engagements, 1966
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Academic Freedom, 1966
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American Jewish Congress, 1966
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Archives Committee 1966
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Aronson et al v. Garusso (Louisiana), 1966
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Boston School Committee v. Board of Education (Mass.), 1966
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Brooke, Edward W., position paper, 1966
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Mogan v. Ogilvie (Ill.), 1966
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House Un-American Activities Committee, 1966
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Housing, 1966
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Krebs et al v. Ashbrook et al (D.C.), 1966
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Lynde v. Rush (U.S. Appellate Court) (passport revocation), 1966
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Massachusetts Association of Intergroup Relations Officials, 1966
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Massachusetts Commission against Discrimination, 1966
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Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, correspondence, 1965
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Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, formation of council, undated
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Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, handbook, undated
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Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, minutes 1965-68; officer list, 1967
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Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, Statements of Dissent, 1966-68
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Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, other organizational statements of dissent, 1965-68
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Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, "A Clear and Present Danger," printed, 1966
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Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, miscellaneous, 1966
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, 1966
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, minutes, 1966
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, policy statements, 1966
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Massachusetts Council of Churches, newsletters, printed, 1966
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Massachusetts Legislation, correspondence, 1966
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Massachusetts Legislation, bills, 1966
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Massachusetts Legislation, 1966
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Massachusetts Legislative Reporting Service, House Documents, 1966
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Massachusetts Legislative Reporting Service, Senate Documents, 1966
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In re. Miller, 722 (Pa.), 1966
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National Legislation, 1966
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Ohio v. Price (U.S. Supreme Court) (search and seizure), 1960
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Pedloskv v. M.I.T. (Mass.) (academic freedom) 1966
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Police Brutality, Springfield (Mass.), CLUM Hamden County Chapter report, 1966
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Police Practices, 1966
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Sorbell v. United States (N.Y.) (Rosenberg co-defendant sedition), 1966
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South Boston Courthouse Incident, 1966
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United States v. Howe (U.S. Army) (military code justice violation), 1966
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United States v. Miller (N.Y.) (draft card burning), 1965
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Vietnam, 1966
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Weiss v. Gardner (N.Y.) (Medicare disclaimer oath), 1966
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Woodruff v. State of Mississippi (U.S. Supreme Court) (right to counsel), 1966
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Miscellaneous, 1965-1966

1967

ACLU

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Correspondence, 1967
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Memoranda, 1967
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Plenary Board, agenda, memoranda, working papers, 1967
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Membership (Mass.), 1967
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Membership pledges (Mass.), 1967
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National Development Council, 1967
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National Legislation, statements top Congress, 1967
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Feature Press Service, weekly, 1967
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High School Debate, 1967-68
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Lawyer's Constitutional Defense Committee, 1967
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News release, 1967
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1940 Resolution, 1967
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Affiliates (Arizona, Maine, New Jersey, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Oregon, Tennessee), 1967
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ACLU of Southern California, minutes, docket, "The Doomsayers" paper, 1967
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Colorado Branch, newsletter, 1967
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Connecticut Civil Liberties Union, minutes, newsletter, 1967
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Civil Liberties Union of Florida, newsletter, 1967
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Georgia, legislative handbook, newsletter, 1967
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Illinois Division, minutes, 1967
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ACLU Illinois Division, bail report, 1967
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Iowa Civil Liberties Union, 1967
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ACLU of Louisiana, newsletter, 1967
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ACLU of Michigan, 1967
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ACLU Minnesota Branch, 1967
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National Capital Area Civil Liberties Union, 1967
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New York Civil Liberties Union, 1967
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New York Civil Liberties Union, legislative memoranda, 1967. ACLU of Ohio, 1967
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ACLU Greater Philadelphia Branch, 1967
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Texas Civil Liberties Union, 1967
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ACLU of Washington (state), minutes, 1967
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ACLU of Washington (state), news releases, newsletters, 1967
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Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union, 1967. CLUM Annual Meeting, 1967

CLUM

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Academic Freedom Committee, 1967
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Church-State Committee, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Executive Committee, minutes, officer lists, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Correspondence, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Bulletin, winter 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Bulletin, summer 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Financial, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Legal Counsel, 1966-67
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Letter to Clergy, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Luther MacNair, Executive Committee, minutes, drafts, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Membership and Finance Committee, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
News releases, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Speakers, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Volunteers and Public Relations, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Action for Boston Community Development, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Americans for Democratic Action (Mass. Chapter), 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Bibliographies on Civil Liberties, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Bibliographies on Civil Liberties, pamphlets, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Birth Control, Bill Baird, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Boston University Journalism Internship, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Capital Punishment, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Catholic Interracial Council of Boston, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Censorship, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Church-State, In the matter of the Opinion: "An Act providing for Payment to Parochial and Certain Private Schools of a Proportionate Share of Sweepstakes Moneys," (NH Supreme Court), 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Church-State, Fall River (Mass.) land swamp, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Citizens Housing and Planning Association of Metropolitan Boston, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Civil Rights, Massachusetts, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Civil Rights, National, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
House Un-American Activities Committee, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Information Requests, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Joint Seminar on Church-State Relations, correspondence, memoranda, 1967-1968
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Joint Seminar on Church-State Relations, members, minutes, 1967-1968
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Kidd v. Addonizio (New Jersey), 1967 (police practices)
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
Loyalty Oath, 1965-1967
Carton 27SH 11AP $
McGregor v. Townsend, 1967 (long hair)
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Massachusetts Association for Mental Health, 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Massachusetts Association of Intergroup Relations, 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Massachusetts Committee on Discrimination in Housing, 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Massachusetts Council of Churches, members, memoranda, minutes, 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Massachusetts Council of Churches, newsletters, reports, 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Massachusetts Council of Churches, position policies, 1954-1966
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Massachusetts Legislation, 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Massachusetts Legislation, bills, 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
National Legislation, correspondence, 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Noyd v. McNamara et al (Colorado) (conscientious objector), May 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Noyd v. McNamara et al (U.S. Court of Appeals), May 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Police Practices, 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., In the matter of the Right of (New York), 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Smith v. King (Alabama), 1967 (substitute father regulation)
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
"A Survey of Racial Attitudes in Six Northern Cities: Preliminary Findings," Brandeis University, Lemburg Center for the Study of Violence, report, June 1967
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Miscellaneous, 1967

1968

ACLU

Carton 28SH 11AQ /
By-laws, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Roger Baldwin Foundation, 1967-1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Biennial Conference, correspondence, memoranda, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Biennial Conference, papers presented on the subjects of, "ACLU and the Urban Crises," and "Inside ACLU-The Organizational Structure," 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Biennial Conference, papers presented on the subjects of, "Affirmative Obligation of Government on the First Amendment area," "Hippies and Cop-Outs" and "The Mentally Ill (and Mentally Retarded)," 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Biennial Conference, papers presented in the subjects of, "Should Certain Groups be Properly Limited in their Exercises of Civil Liberties?" and "Special Ethnic Groups," 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Correspondence, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Memoranda, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Feature Press Service, monthly, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Financial, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Legislative Action Bulletin, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
National Legislation, statements to Congress, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Inside ACLU, weekly, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Policy statement, civil disobedience, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Retirement plan, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Affiliates, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
ACLU of Southern California, minutes, report of counsel, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
ACLU Colorado Branch, newsletter, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Connecticut Civil Liberties Union, newsletter, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
ACLU of Florida, Newsletter, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
ACLU of Georgia, newsletter, news releases, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
ACLU Illinois Division, minutes, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
ACLU Iowa Civil Liberties Union, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
ACLU of Louisiana, newsletter, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
ACLU of Michigan, Detroit Branch, policy statements on adoption, child custody, public assistance, public school suspension, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
Minnesota Civil Liberties Union, newsletter, news releases, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
National Capital Area Civil Liberties Union, minutes, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
National Capital Area Civil Liberties Union, legal docket, memoranda, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union, minutes, 1968
Carton 28SH 11AQ /
ACLU of New Jersey, newsletter, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
New York Civil Liberties Union, correspondence, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
New York Civil Liberties Union, legislative memoranda, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
New York Civil Liberties Union, police practices report, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Greater Philadelphia Branch, newsletter, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Texas Civil Liberties Union, newsletter, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
ACLU of Washington (state), correspondence, minutes, news releases, 1968

CLUM

Carton 29SH 11AR +
Annual dinner, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Annual report (draft), 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Bulletin, winter 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Bulletin, summer 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Committees, officer lists, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Executive Committee, agenda, minutes, memoranda, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Executive Committee, correspondence, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Executive Committee, news clips, miscellaneous, 1968.
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Legal Panel, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
General Correspondence, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Luther MacNair, drafts of minutes, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Luther MacNair, photographs
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Emergency Liberation Plan, 1968-1969
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Financial, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Legal Counsel, requests for assistance, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
News releases, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Volunteers, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Academic Freedom, 1966-67
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Action for Boston Community Development, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Americans for Democratic Action, Boston Chapter, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Arlington Street Church Incident, May 22, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Boston University, "Theo 5" and Alexander Jack, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Brandeis University, Lemberg Center for Study of Violence, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Capital Punishment, 1967-69
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Censorship, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Church-State, correspondence, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Church-State, 1965-68
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Civil Rights, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Dialogues Boston, newsletter, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Draft, 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Harvard Law Record, April-December 1968
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Hippies, 1968-1969
Carton 29SH 11AR +
Housing, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Information Requests, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Joint Seminar on Church-State Relations, 1968-1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, newsletter, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Fisher (freedom of speech), 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Massachusetts Committee on Discrimination in Housing, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Massachusetts Council of Churches, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Massachusetts Council of Churches, report on cooperative movement of religious bodies in Massachusetts, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Massachusetts Legislation, bills, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Massachusetts Legislation, correspondence, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Massachusetts Legislative Reporting Service, House Documents, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Massachusetts Legislative Reporting Service, Judicial Counsel, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Massachusetts Legislative Reporting Service, Senate Documents, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Migrant Education Project, 1967
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Migrant Education Project, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
National Legislation, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Police Practices, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Police Practices, correspondence, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Springfield Police Department v. Public Employees Union (Mass.) (unionization), 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Students for a Democratic Society rally, Boston, Nov. 5, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Titticut Follies, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
United States v. Spocket al, 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
U.S. Department of Labor, News Digest, April 1968
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Miscellaneous, 1968

1969

ACLU

Carton 30SH 11AS %
General Correspondence, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Academic Freedom Committee, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Speech/Association Committee, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Civil Liberties, bi-monthly, February 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Inside ACLU, weekly, Jan-July 196
Carton 30SH 11AS %
National Legislation, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Southern Regional Five Year Report, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Affiliates, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Civil Liberties Union, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
ACLU of Southern California, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Colorado Civil Liberties Union, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
ACLU of Georgia, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
ACLU Illinois Division, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Iowa Civil Liberties Union, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
ACLU of Michigan, Detroit Branch, minutes, legal docket, policy statements on public school hair and dress codes, corporal punishment in public schools, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Minnesota Civil Liberties Union, newsletter, position statements, news releases, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
National Capital Area Civil Liberties Union, agendas, minutes, legal docket, memoranda, pamphlets, printed, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union, by-laws, minutes, newsletter, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
New Mexico Civil Liberties Union, newsletter, minutes, 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
New York Civil Liberties Union, legislative memos, January-March 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
New York Civil Liberties Union, legislative memos, March-April 1969
Carton 30SH 11AS %
Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union, 1969

CLUM

Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Annual Meeting, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Bulletin, winter, summer 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Bulletin, drafts, summer 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Committees, officer lists, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Executive Committee, agenda, minutes, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Counsel, requests for assistance, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Legal Panel, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Correspondence, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Kassler, correspondence, legal cases, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Kassler, legal counsel assistance, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Luther MacNair, correspondence, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Luther MacNair, minutes, drafts, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Financial, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Membership, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
News releases, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Nominations and Ballots, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Americans for Democratic Action, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Bibliographies on Civil Liberties, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Boston and Suburban Advisory Council, 1968-69
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Boston Bar Association, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Brookline Committee on Urban Responsibilities, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Campus Disorder, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Catholic Interracial Council of Boston, newsletter, 1967-1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Censorship, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Chelsea Public School, academic freedom, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Church-State, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Citizens for Participating in Politics, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Citizens Housing and Planning Association, newsletter, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Draft, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
David Earl v. Brig. Gen. Cushman (U.S. Army) (Mass. ) (conscientious objector), 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Framingham High School, academic freedom, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Gold, Stephen; North Reading (Mass.) High School, academic freedom, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Greater Boston Selective Service Lawyer's Panel, 1968-1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Hair, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Harvard Law Record, February-April 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Information Requests, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Law Students Civil Rights Research Council, newsletter, 1967-1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Law Students Civil Rights Research Council, 1968-1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Costa (fair trial and free press), 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Association for Mental Health, 1967-1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Attorney General, 1968-1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Committee to Abolish HUAC, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Committee Against Discrimination, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Committee on Children and Youth, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Conference on Human Rights, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Council for Abolition of the Death Penalty, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Council of Churches, "Toward Oneness in Mission," report, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Council of Churches, newsletter, memoranda
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, newsletter, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Legislation, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Massachusetts Welfare Rights Organization, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
National Legislation, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Reverend Henry P. Ouellette, 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Overview, newsletter, 1968-1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Police Practices, 1968-1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Richardson v. Cole and Greenblatt (Mass) (public employee loyalty oath), 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Eleanor Sobel v. School Committee of Somerville (Mass.) (academic freedom), 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Welfare Law Bulletin, June 1968-June 1969
Carton 31SH 11AT 0
Miscellaneous, 1969

II. Newsclippings, 1929-1970

Newsclippings were assembled by the Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts main Boston office and date from 1929 to 1968. Newsclippings reflect the files in Archival records, 1920-1969.

A. Scrapbooks

Arranged chronologically.

Box OS 1Vol. 1
1935-1939
Box OS 1Vol. 2
1938
Box OS 2Vol. 3
1939
Box OS 2Vol. 4
Jan.-Oct., 1940
Box OS 3Vol. 5
Jan.-Feb. 1941
Box OS 3Vol. 6
Mar. 1941
Box OS 4Vol. 7
Apr. 1941
Box OS 4Vol. 8
Apr.-Oct. 1941
Box OS 5Vol. 9
Nov.-Dec. 1941
Box OS 5Vol. 10
Jan.-Apr. 1941

B. Loose

Arranged chronologically by subject.

Carton 32SH 13MC /
1929-1951
Carton 33SH 13MD +
1952-1957
Carton 34SH 13ME %
1958-1959
Carton 35SH 13MF 0
1959-1960
Carton 36SH 13MG 1
1960-1961
Carton 37SH 13MH 2
1961-1962
Carton 38SH 13MI 3
1962-1963
Carton 39SH 13MJ 4
1963-1964
Carton 40SH 13MK 5
1964-1965
Carton 41SH 13ML 6
1966-1969
Box OS 7
Clippings, 1940-1964
Box OS 1
Newspapers, 1942-1969
Box OS 8
Newspapers, 1939-1969
Box OS 9
Newspapers, 1966-1970
Box OS 10
Newspapers, 1960-1969
Box OS 11
The Docket, vols. 1-24, 25, 1971-1995
Box OS 11
Civil Liberties in the Bay State, 1958-1970

III. Kirtley F. Mather Papers, 1936-1958

These papers are the personal business files of Kirtley F. Mather, Civil Liberties Union Executive Secretary and academic freedom activist.

See also Archival records, 1920-1969.

Arranged chronologically by subject.

Carton 42SH 13MM 7
Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, 1936-1958
Carton 42SH 13MM 7
House Un-American Activities Committee, 1953-1954
Carton 42SH 13MM 7
Religious Inquisition, 1953
Carton 42SH 13MM 7
Academic Freedom. Barnes bill (Mass.)

1947-1948

University of Chicago, 1949

1950-1951

Dirk Struik, 1951-195[3]

University of California, 1951

1952

Julius Emapak, 1953

Teachers and the 5th Amendment, 1953

Robert Oppenheimer, 1954

IV. Dunbar Holmes papers, 1947-1970

These are the Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts business files of Dunbar Holmes, CLUM counsel and Chairman of the CLUM Church-State Committee. Arranged alphabetically by subject, they include correspondence, notes, meeting minutes, legal records, and printed materials relating to Holmes's work.

See also Archival records, 1920-1969.

Carton 43SH 13MP A
Academic Freedom, 1953-1959
Carton 43SH 13MP A
ACLU, 1952-1970
Carton 43SH 13MP A
Aid to Public Schools, 1962-1970
Carton 43SH 13MP A
Anti-Aid Amendment, 1962-1967
Carton 43SH 13MP A
Anti-Subversive Law, 1951-1955
Carton 43SH 13MP A
Arrest Pamphlet, 1953-1956
Carton 43SH 13MP A
Boston Bar - Bill of Rights, 1969
Carton 43SH 13MP A
Censorship, 1952-1960
Carton 43SH 13MP A
Chapels at State Institutions, 1957-1961
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Church and State, 1961-1968
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Church and State - Kennedy as President, 1960
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Church and State Committees, 1959-1962
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Church and State Complaints, 1959-1963
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Church and State General Literature, 1959-1962
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Civil Liberties - Loyalty/Security Program, 1947-1958
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Civil Liberties - Religion and Current, 1964-1966
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
CLUM, Miscellaneous, 1952-1970
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Congressional Investigations, 1949-1967
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Conscientious Objectors, 1964-1970
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
Correspondence, 1952
Carton 44SH 13MN 8
District Court Records and Correspondence, 1952
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Donlan Committee and Other Investigations, 1950-1959
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Federal Aid to Education, 1961-1963
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Harvard Educational Review, 1963
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Holiday Observances, 1961
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Holyoke School Case - Article in America, 1960
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Law Enforcement - Civil Liberties, 1958-1961
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Lawyers' Oath and Other Oath Bills, 1950-1955
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Legal Research - Draft, 1968
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
McCarran Act - Internal Security, 1950-1954
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Manuscript - Crime Commission, 1955-1956
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Policies, 1961-1966
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Prayer and Bible Reading, 1959-1966
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Released/Shared Time, 1963-1970
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
School Buses, 1958-1961
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Schools, 1951-1963
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Segregation - Civil Rights, n.d.
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Self-Incrimination/Academic Freedom/5th Amendment, 1953-1957
Carton 45SH 13MQ B
Smith Act, 1951
Carton 46SH 13MR C
Speeches and Statements, 1953-1963
Carton 46SH 13MR C
Sunday Laws, 1960-1961
Carton 46SH 13MR C
Tax Exemption, 1964
Carton 46SH 13MR C
Use of Public Buildings by Religious Groups, 1959-1968
Carton 46SH 13MR C
Unitarian Correspondence, 1963

V. United States v. Leon J. Kamin, 1954-1957

These files document the legal defense of 26-year-old Harvard professor Leon J. Kamin. Kamin pleaded the Fifth Amendment when asked about his past Communist Party membership by Senator Joseph McCarthy and the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. Cited for contempt of court, Kamin was eventually acquitted in 1957. The records include legal files from the Boston law offices of Hill, Barlow, Goodale & Wiswall, and from Kamin's defense attorneys Calvin P. Bartlet and John L. Saltonstall, Jr.

See also Archival records, 1920-1969.

Carton 47SH 13MS D
Index card
Carton 47SH 13MS D
Correspondence, 1954- May 1955
Carton 47SH 13MS D
Proceedings before the Massachusetts Commission to Study and Investigate Communism
Carton 47SH 13MS D
Pleadings, Motions, Formal Court Document
Carton 47SH 13MS D
Miscellaneous Memoranda and Materials
Carton 47SH 13MS D
Law Notes and Work Sheets
Carton 47SH 13MS D
Briefs etc. in Other Cases
Carton 47SH 13MS D
Correspondence, June-September 1955
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Congressional Materials
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Duplicates
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Potential Exhibits
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Material re: motion for Judgment of Potential
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Material for Use in Impaneling of Jury
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Material for Use in Cross-Examination of Senator McCarthy
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Memoranda of Law which may be used at Trial
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Official Record
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Copies of Actual Exhibits
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Defendant's Request for Judicial Notice
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Outlines and Assignment Sheets
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Minutes and Other Materials re: Committee & Subcommittee
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Briefs
Carton 48SH 13MT E
Notes and Materials for Cross-Examination of Senators Dirksen, Mundt, and Potter
Carton 46SH 13MR C
News files
Carton 46SH 13MR C
Audio-tape, Leon J. Kamin testimony, February 27-28, 1957
Carton 46SH 13MR C
Audio-tape, Leon J. Kamin testimony, March 1, 1957

VI. Florence Luscomb papers, 1936-1960

Papers and correspondence of Florence Luscomb, CLUM Vice Chair.

Arranged chronologically.

Carton 49SH 13MW H

VII. John F. Kennedy letters, 1950-1959

1 folder of photocopies of Kennedy letters to Luther MacNair. Note: The original letters have been removed to Special Collections.

Carton 49SH 13MW H

VIII. CLUM County Chapters, ca. 1950-1969

County Chapters records, ca. 1950-1969, contains correspondence, financial records, and other related materials.

See also Record Group II and Record Group III.

Arranged chronologically.

Carton 49SH 13MW H

Detailed Description of Record Group II

I. American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) records, 1970-1985

These records consists of the second accession of organizational files from the Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts Boston Office and are a continuation of Archival records, 1920-1969. The records document the union's various administrative, legal, legislative, and educational activities in defense of civil rights issues and constitutional infringements between the years 1970 and 1988. Included in these records are the national Nixon Impeachment Campaign's files and the Federal Bureau of Investigation files requested by the ACLU under the Freedom of Information Act. These FBI files document intelligence surveillance of ACLU and CLUM activities, as reflected in Archival records, 1920-1969, during the years 1920 to 1970.

See also Record Group I and Record Group III.

A. American Civil Liberties Union administrative files, 1975-1984

Carton 50SH 13LU E
ACLU Board of Directors

1975-1976

March 1978

1980

January 1980

April 1980

January 1981

January 1982

April 1982

June 1982

October 1982

January 1983

April 1983

June 1983

October 1983

January 1984

April 1984

June 1984

October 1984

Carton 50SH 13LU E
Summary of Board Actions, 1975-1983
Carton 50SH 13LU E
Executive Committee minutes

1977 (with gaps)

January 1978

April- November 1980

January- June 1981

1982 (with gaps)

1983 (with gaps)

1984 (with gaps)

Carton 50SH 13LU E
Foundation Board minutes, 1977, 1982-1984

B. ACLU subject files, 1970-1985

Arranged alphabetically.

Carton 50SH 13LU E
ACLU
Carton 50SH 13LU E
ACLU Chapter Structure and Function. undated
Carton 50SH 13LU E
ACLU Lawyer. Newsletter.

October 1978

December 1979

July 1980

Carton 50SH 13LU E
ACLU News releases, 1980-1985
Carton 50SH 13LU E
ACLU Policy Guide, revised, 1970-1971
Carton 50SH 13LU E
"The Abuses of the Military Chaplaincy," ACLU Reports, May 1973
Carton 50SH 13LU E
Activity Report, December 1971-November 1972
Carton 50SH 13LU E
Affiliate mailings, 1976-1982
Carton 50SH 13LU E
Affiliate memoranda
Carton 50SH 13LU E
Biennial Conference, 1970
Carton 50SH 13LU E
Biennial Conference, 1972
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Biennial Conference, 1974
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Biennial Conference, 1976
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Biennial Conference, 1978
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Biennial Conference, 1979
Carton 51SH 13LV F
"The Carter Administration and Civil Liberties: The First Six Months." ACLU Reports, 1977
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Children's Rights Report newsletter, 1977-1979 (with gaps)
Carton 51SH 13LV F
"Constitutional Government in a Nuclear Age," 1982
Carton 51SH 13LV F
"Corporal Punishment in the Public Schools: The Use of Force in Controlling Student Behavior" ACLU Reports, 1972
Carton 51SH 13LV F
"Deadly Weapons in the Hands of Police Officers on Duty and Off Duty" ACLU Study, 1971
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Federal Bureau of Investigation. Freedom of Information Request, 1977-1978.
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Federal Bureau of Investigation files
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Federal Bureau of Investigation Files. "Report of ACLU Special Commission on FBI Files to ACLU Board of Directors," 1979
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Federal Criminal Law S.1 and S. 1437, 1977-1978
Carton 51SH 13LV F
Federal Criminal Law, ACLU proposed changes to S.1., 1977-1978
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Federal Criminal Law, ACLU statement to Congress, 1978
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International Civil Liberties (Policy #401), 1984
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Loyalty Questions of February Employment Applications, 1976
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Charles Morgan resignation, 1976
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"The National Guard and the Constitution," ACLU legal study I, 1971
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"The National Guard and the Constitution," ACLU legal study II, 1971
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Notes from the Women's Rights Project, ACLU newsletter, 1977
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Notes from the Women's Rights Project, ACLU newsletter, 1978-1979
Carton 51SH 13LV F
The Privacy Reports. ACLU newsletter, 1973-1978 (with gaps)

II. Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts records, 1927-1988 (bulk: 1970-1985)

A. CLUM administrative files, 1971-1984

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Bylaws, 1971, 1973, 1975
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Board of Directors, Officer and Advisory Committee lists

1973-1974

1974-1975

1975-1976

1976-1977

1977-1978

1978-1979

1979-1980

1980-1981

1981-1982

1982-1983

1983-1984

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Board of Directors monthly agenda, minutes, memorandums, financial reports, budgets, and quarterly reports.

June, August-December 1973

January-July, September-December 1974

January-Feb., April-July, September-December 1975

January-April, June-September-December 1976

January-June, September-December 1977. (see February)

January, March-May, June, September-December 1978

January-June, September-December 1979

January-June, September-December 1980

January-June, September-December 1981

January-June, September-December 1982

January-June, September-October (2 emergency), December 1983

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CLUM Bulletin, Summer 1970
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Executive Committee officer list, 1970
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Executive Committee agenda, minutes, and memoranda, 1970-1973 (with gaps)

B. CLUM Committee Files, 1970-1988

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

See also Record Group I and Record Group III.

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Ballots, 1972-1976, 1979-1980
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Budget and Finance Committee, budgets, minutes, memos, 1976-1979
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Committees, officer list, 1977
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Committee on Committees and Priorities

Member lists, 1982

Minutes, 1982

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Church-State Committee

Correspondence and minutes, 1972, 1975, 1978

Correspondence, Mass. Legislation, 1972-1974

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Civil Liberties of Business Committee, 1975-1978
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Deficit Committee, correspondence, 1978
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Docket Committee, 1980
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Election Procedure Committee, 1979
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Election Results, 1976-1979
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Family and Children's Rights committee. 1975-1980
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Family Rights Committee: Wendy Cromwell, 1980
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Family Rights Committee, 1981-1982
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Financial statements, 1970-1979
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Gay Rights Committee, 1977-1978
Carton 53SH 13LX H
CLUM Legal Counsel, report, 1970
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Legal Panel, 1970-1973
Carton 53SH 13LX H
CLUM Legislative Committee, 1970-1984
Carton 53SH 13LX H
Legislation

1970, 1972

Memos, 1972

1973

Testimony, 1974

1975-1976

Correspondence, 1976-1977

1978-1979

Bills, 1979

Carton 53SH 13LX H
Massachusetts Legislation, 1970
Carton 54SH 13LY I
Medical-Legal Committee, November 1978-February 1981 (with gaps)
Carton 54SH 13LY I
Medical-Legal Committee, reading file, 1979
Carton 54SH 13LY I
Medical-Legal Committee, Chad Green, 1979
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Medical-Legal Committee, Massachusetts Task Force on Privacy, Sexuality and Sex Education for the Developmentally Disabled, 1979
Carton 54SH 13LY I
Medical-Legal Committee, The Saikewicz Decision, 1979
Carton 54SH 13LY I
Quarterly Reports,

1977

Executive Director, 1977

Legislative Agent, 1977

MCLUF, 1977

Women's Rights Project, 1977

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Screening Committee

1977-1980

Minutes, January-June 1983

1983

Report, July-September 1983

October-December 1983

1984

June-September, 1985

MCLUF attorney fees, September 1985

October-November 1985

February- November, 1986 (with gaps)

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Sentencing Committee, 1979
Carton 54SH 13LY I
Staff Meetings, undated, 1975-1977
Carton 54SH 13LY I
Stock Transactions, 1976-1981
Carton 54SH 13LY I
Structures Committee. CLUM Bylaws, 1986

C. CLUM Office of Director, Correspondence Files, 1972-1984

See also Record Group III.

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Associate Director, Joan Tuttle, 1972-1977
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Executive Director, John W. Roberts
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July-December 1970, 1977-1982 (with gaps)
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1983-1984
Carton 56SH 13M1 T
Executive Secretary, Luther Knight McNair, Correspondence, January-June 1970
Carton 56SH 13M1 T
Chairman, Roy A. Hammer, Correspondence, 1970-1979
Carton 56SH 13M1 T
Ernest (Tony) Winsor, Board of Directors, correspondence, 1975-1977

D. Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Legislative Agent, Correspondence Files, 1972-1984

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Legislative Agent, Correspondence Files, Diane Kessler, 1972
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Legislative Agent, Correspondence Files, Karen Hudner, 1978-1984

See also Record Group III.

E. Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Legislative Agent, Subject Files, 1972-1985

See CLUM III for more legal subject files.

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Legislative Agent, Subject Files, Debbie Shanley: Master legislator files, 1974-1975

Legislative Agent, Subject Files, Karen Hudner:

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Affirmative Action, H. 5303, 1980
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Affirmative Action, H. 5303, 1980
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Anti-Busing, H. 5316, 1978
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Bill of Rights Conference, 1981
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Bill of Rights conference, Julian Bond, 1981
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Bill of Rights Conference, handouts, 1981
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Boston Housing Authority, 1984
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
CLUM Medical-Legal Committee, 1979-1980
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Civil Service, 1980-1981
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Equal Access, Bonker bill, H. 5343, 1984
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
First Amendment, 1978-1980
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
First Amendment, H. 3151, 1979
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Greater Boston Civil Rights Coalition, 1984-1985
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Handicapped, 1983-1984
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Institutional Violence, 1978
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Journalists Sources, 1972-1973
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
L-Whamo, 1974-1979
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Legislative Committee, 1973-1980
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Legislative Network, 1972-1973
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Legislative Rules and Procedures, 1971-1974
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Lobbyists Law, 1973-1975
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, 1973-1975
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination

Wilkie v. Town of Norwell

Verderico v. Firestone

Kennedy v. Recreama

Yearwood v. Gifford

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Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, 1979, 1980-1982.
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Massachusetts Constitutional Amendment, S 1910, 1980
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Massachusetts Council for Public Justice, 1980-1983
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Massachusetts Council for Public Justice, 1984
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Massachusetts State Budget, 1975
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Mental Health, 1980
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Patient's Rights, 1974-1978
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Prison Reform, Transfer bill, 1975
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Prisons, 1975
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Prostitutes Union of Massachusetts, 1975
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Rape Staircasing, 1980
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Redistricting, 1973, 1981
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Social Services, 1979-1980
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Sovereign Immunity, 1976
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Sovereign Immunity, Feldman v. City of Worcester (Mass.)
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Sovereign Immunity, Whitney v. City of Worcester (Mass.), 1975
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Students' Rights, 1972-1974
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Voting Rights Act, 1981-1982
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
White House Conference on Families, 1980
Carton 57SH 17HL 5
Women in Politics, 1982

F. CLUM Reading Files, 1975-1984

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Reading file, miscellaneous, 1975-1976
Carton 58SH 13M3 V
Reading file, John Reinstein, miscellaneous, 1975-1976
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Reading file, miscellaneous, 1976-1980
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Monthly, March 1975-1977
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Monthly, 1978-1980
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Monthly, 1981-April 1983
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Monthly, May 1983-November 1984

G. CLUM Subject Files, 1927-1987

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Abortion, 1979
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Abortion: A Campaign for Choices. S. 1711, 1983
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Anti-Blockbusting: S1334, 1975-1977
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Anti-Blockbusting: E.T.C. Development Corp. v. Parker (Mass.), 1977
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Arrest without Conviction, 1972
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Banking: Anti-Redlining, 1976
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Banking: Fair Employment Practices, 1976
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Behavior Research Institute (BRI):

Correspondence, 1986-1987

Behavior Research Institute v. Leonard (Mass.), 1987

CLUM Medical Legal Committee, 1986

CLUM Medical/Legal Committee, 9 September 1986

CLUM Medical/Legal Committee, 25 September 1986

Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council, report, 1986

Massachusetts Office for Children, report, 1986

California, 1980

Massachusetts, 1986

New York, 1981, 1986

Newsclippings, 1985-1987

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Bill of Rights Campaign: Regional Conference, 1981
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater Free Press, 1970
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Bullet Study

1974-1975

H. 4063, 1976

Gary Evans, case, 1976

"Constitutional Prohibitions of Cruel, Inhumane or Unnecessary Death, Injury or Suffering During Law Enforcement Process," Jordan J. Paust, 1976

"Human Rights and the Ninth Amendment: A New Form of Guarantee," Jordan J. Paust, undated

"An Act to Regulate the Use of Certain Firearms and Ammunition by Those Exercising Police Powers within the Commonwealth," William Robinson, 1974

Police Use of High Powered Ammunition." Neil B. Staten, 1974

Massachusetts Research Center, 1974

Massachusetts Research Center, "Police Use of Ammunition," report, 1974

Massachusetts Research Center, 1975

Massachusetts Research Center, reference, 1970-1974

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Chaplain of the House of Representatives, 1970-1974
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Children's Rights, 1972
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Children's Rights: Juvenile Law Reform Project, newsletter, 1978
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Children's Rights Project

ACLU Legal Docket, Sept. 1978

Blackstone Valley Council for Children v. Strom (Mass.), 1978

Lehman v. Lycoming County Children's Services (U.S. Sup. Ct.), 1977

1977-1978

Proposal to establish the Massachusetts Children's Rights Project, 1978

WCVB-TV Editorials, 1978

Lynch v. Dukakis (Mass.), 1978

Varney v. Commissioner of Children's Services, 1977

Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Clamshell, N.H.: Wolf v. Thomson, Jr. (N.H.), 1977 (nuclear power plant
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Class Action: Brandywine Village Co. v. Tenants First Coalition, 1977, I. (unincorporated associations)
Carton 62SH 13M7 Z
Class Action: Brandywine Village Co. v. Tenants First Coalition, 1977, II. (unincorporated associations)
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Committee for Sane Drug Policy, 1972-1976
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Contact Sports: Massachusetts Board of Education, Chapter 622, printed, 1971
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Contact Sports: S. 211, 1976
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Corrections School District: H. 1301, 1973-1975
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Denman v. Denman (Mass.), 1970
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Economic Justice and Civil Liberties Conference, 1985
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Economic Justice and Civil Liberties Conference, workshops, 1985
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Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI),

1941-1975

Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, 1954

Massachusetts Council for Constitutional Rights, request for files, 1979

Miscellaneous, undated, 1927-1966

Newsclippings, 1941-1973

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Fort Devens, Homosexuals, 1975
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Grand Jury National Coalition, 1973
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Grand Jury Reform

1975-1976

Right to Counsel, 1975-1977

Rules of Criminal Procedure, 1976

Rules of Criminal Procedures, brief, 1977

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Handicapped Discrimination

H. 244, 1976

H. 3080, 1977

H. 536, 1978

S. 66, 1979

H, 650, 1980

S. 67 and S. 208. 1981

Impeachment

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ACLU, undated, 1973-1974
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ACLU Affiliates, 1973-1974
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ACLU Committees of Correspondence Pamphlet, 1973
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ACLU Speakers Kit, 1973
Carton 63SH 13M8 -
CLUM, 1973-1974
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CLUM Bulletin Board ephemera
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Congressional Delegations. 1973
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Docket, 1973 [o.s.]
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"Impeach Nixon" Buttons, 1973-1974
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CLUM Media Committee, 1973-1974
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
CLUM Speakers Bureau, 1973-1974
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
CLUM Speakers Kit, 1973
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
CLUM Volunteers, 1973-1974
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Citizens for Participation in Political Actions, 1973
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Independent Groups, 1973-1974
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
League of Women Voters in Massachusetts, 1971
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
National Campaign to Impeach Nixon, 1973-1974
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Roper Reports, 1973
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Bumper Stickers, n.d
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Time, "Nixon's July: The People," 12 November 1973
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
U.S. News & World Report, "Answers to Questions on Impeachment," 8 April 1974
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Iranian Ten, 1976
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Job Discrimination

Beazer v. N.Y. Transit Authority (N.Y.), 1975

Rehabilitated Addicts, 1973

U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973

1975-1976

Drug Treatment, H. 1863, 1975-1976

Printed, 1973

Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Law Enforcement, 1978
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Lexington (Mass.) Bank Shootout, 1984
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Loyalty Oath, H. 3343, 1972
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Loyalty Oath , Smith v. Dwyer, 1972
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Marijuana Civil Fine, H. 2304, 1975-1976
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Massachusetts Coalition for Human Rights

Conference, 1975

1975

Minutes, 1975

1975-1976

Minutes, 1976

Guide, 1977

Minutes, 1977

Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, 1984
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Massachusetts Research Center

1974-April 1975

Education Coalition, 1973

Issues Research Project, 1973

Racial Imbalance Research, 1974-1975

Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Minor's Consent to Medical Treatment, D. 877, 1976
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Motor Vehicle Law, H. 110, 1974
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
New England Regional Prison, 1973-1974
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
CLUM News releases, 1972-1984
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
News releases: ACLU Public Service Announcements, 1977
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
News releases: Public Service Announcements, printed, 1977
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
News releases: Other Groups, 1972-1075. 1982. 1983
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Non-Support, 1983
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Nuclear-Free Cambridge, 1983
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Parent/Media Dialogue on Desegregation, 1975
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Parent/Media Dialogue on Desegregation, 1975
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Parents Rights Manual, 1973, [Mass. Law Reform Institute]
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Parole Revocation, S. 834. H. 3246, H. 1024, 1972
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Political I.D. Cards, H. 1754, 1972
Carton 64SH 13M9 .
Political Ad Rate Bill, H. 3460, 1972-1973
Carton 65SH 13MA
Position on Ballot, Report H. 6072, 1973, 1974
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Position on Ballot, Tsongas v. Davoren (Mass.) 1972
Carton 65SH 13MA
Presence of Heroin, H. 299, 1976
Carton 65SH 13MA
Freedom of Press: Reporters Committee v. AT&T, 1974
Carton 65SH 13MA
Prisoners Rights, 1977-1980
Carton 65SH 13MA
Privacy, 1972-1974
Carton 65SH 13MA
Privacy Project Proposal, 1974, 1977
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Racial Imbalance

undated, 1972-1976 (with gaps)

H. 6657, 1973

H 5495, Amici Curiae, undated

H. 6657, Amici Curiae, 1973

(Massachusetts) Legislation, 1973

Morgan v. Hennigan (Mass.) 1972

Reading file, 1974

School Committee of Springfield v. Board of Education (Mass.), 1974.

Carton 65SH 13MA
Rape, 1974
Carton 65SH 13MA
Regional Adolescent Program, 1979
Carton 65SH 13MA
Regional Adolescent Program, I, 1979
Carton 65SH 13MA
Regional Adolescent Program, II, 1979
Carton 65SH 13MA
Regional Adolescent Program, Application for Nee, 1978
Carton 65SH 13MA
Religion and Schools, 1972
Carton 65SH 13MA
Reproductive Freedom Project, 1979
Carton 65SH 13MA
Student Rights

1968-1974

Handbook, draft, undated

Printed, 1972

Hull (Mass.) Public Schools, 1973-1974

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Violent Crimes, 1976
Carton 65SH 13MA
Violent Crimes, (Mass.) Legislation, 1976
Carton 65SH 13MA
Voting Rights

1972, 1975

Election laws, 1972-1975, 1979

Dane v. Board of Registrars of Voters of Concord (Mass.), 1978

Harris v. Samuels (U.S. Ct. App.), 1968

Lefkowitz v. Cunningham (U.S. Supr. Ct.), 1972

Massachusetts Public Interest Group v. Guzzi (Mass.), 1978

Oliver v. Board of Election Commissioners (U.S. App. Ct.), 1971

Poulos v. Spillane (Mass.), 1971

Prisoners, 1978

Prisoners and Mentally Ill, 1974

Students, 1972, 1979

United States v. State of Arizona (U.S. Supr. Ct.), 1970

Whitcomb v. Chavis (U.S. Supr. Ct.), 1969

Carton 65SH 13MA
Worcester Violent Women

1976-1978

Testimony, 1978

H. CLUM County Chapters, 1974-1986

See also Record Group I and Record Group III.

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Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Berkshire County Chapter Meeting, December 1976
Carton 66SH 13MB $
Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Hampden County Chapter

Board of Directors, December 1974-1984 (with gaps)

Burke v. Benepe (Mass.), 1975

Bylaws, 1982

Correspondence, 1975-1982

Legal Panel, 1975-1979, November 1980

Newsclippings, 1975

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Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Worcester County Chapter

Annual Report, 1984

Board of Directors, Minutes, 1981-1986

Correspondence, 1974-1986

District Court Monitoring Project, report, 1979

District Court Monitoring Project, 1984-1985

District Court Monitoring Project, report, 1984

Executive Board

1974

Minutes, December 1975-1977

Executive Committee Meeting, May 1984

Legal Docket, 1971-1972

Legal Panel, 1974-1986

Newsclippings, 1974-1986

III. Massachusetts Civil Liberties Union Foundation records, 1971-1984

A. Administrative Files, 1973-1984

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Quarterly report, 1979
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Annual report, 1984
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Board of Trustees records, 1973-1983
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Financial records, 1975-1978

B. Correspondence Files, 1974-1982

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C. Fundraising records, 1973-1979
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Fundraising events, 1973-1979
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Springfield Theatre Benefit, 1975
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"Legal Briefs," 1978
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Miscellaneous fundraising records, 1975-1977

D. MCLUF Subject Files, 1971-1982

Box 1SH 17GT CFolder 1
Legal Program, 1971-1979
Box 1SH 17GT CFolder 2
Legal Docket, 1975-1976, 1982
Box 1SH 17GT CFolder 3
Massachusetts County Correction Facilities Project, 1979
Box 1SH 17GT CFolder 4
Privacy Project, 1974-1975
Box 1SH 17GT CFolder 5
Reproductive Freedom Litigation Project, 1979
Box 1SH 17GT CFolders 6-13
Women's Rights Project, 1974-1978

IV. Boston University, 1967-1986

Records in this series relate to the interactions of CLUM and Boston University students, faculty, and administration, concerning accusations of the BU administration's abuse of First Amendment rights. Records largely pertain to the investigation of BU's alleged censorship of the student newspaper bu exposure, including correspondence, legal documents, committee records, working files, reports, and published newspaper and magazine articles.

A. CLUM Records Relating to Boston University, 1972-1983

Included in this sub-series is correspondence between CLUM and Boston University students, faculty, and administration, including letters from BU President John Silber and Professor Howard Zinn. In January 1979, CLUM formed a Boston University Academic Freedom Committee of Inquiry to explore charges of First Amendment violations by the BU administration. Records include committee minutes, working files and draft reports, as well as the written dissent of committee member Alan Dershowitz.

Arranged chronologically within record type.

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Correspondence, 1977-1979
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Press releases, 1979-1983
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Pertinent ACLU policies, 1978-1979
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Pertinent legal cases, 1980-1981
Carton 67SH 13MV GFolders 9-27
Committee of Inquiry records, 1972-1983
Carton 67SH 13MV GFolders 23-33
Working drafts of BU report, 1979
Carton 67SH 13MV GFolder 34
Final report, 1979
Carton 67SH 13MV GFolder 35
CLUM votes on BU report, 1979
Carton 67SH 13MV GFolder 36
Dershowitz dissent, 1979

B. bu exposure Records, 1967-1983

Records of the student newspaper bu exposure mainly consist of papers gathered during the discovery phase of the lawsuit filed by CLUM against BU on the exposure's behalf. They include editorial and third party correspondence relating to the paper's long struggle with the BU administration, operational files, and working files of the newspaper's editorial offices and of student editor Terri Taylor. These files have largely been left in original order.

Arranged chronologically within record type.

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Correspondence, 1975-1979
Carton 67SH 13MV GFolder 41
Press releases, 1978-1979
Carton 67SH 13MV GFolder 42
Registrations, 1976-1978
Carton 67SH 13MV GFolders 43-44
Requests for BU funding, 1976-1979
Carton 67SH 13MV GFolders 45-46
Grant research and applications, 1977-1981
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Terri Taylor's working files, 1977-1979
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"Selling Indulgences," 1978
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bu exposure working files, 1967-1983
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Printed materials, 1976-1979
Carton 68SH 17E3 RFolder 4
BU Publications, 1975-1978

C. Legal Documents, 1972-1986

Contained in this sub-series are legal documents from several trials involving Boston University, including various complaints, depositions, affidavits, and exhibits.

Arranged chronologically.

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O'Brien v. Boston University, 1972
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Tobin v. Boston University, 1976
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bu exposure v. Silber, 1978
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Richardson v. Boston University, 1982
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Kohn v. Silber, 1983-1984
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Abramowitz v. Boston University, 1986

D. Printed Material, 1976-1986

This sub-series includes copies of the bu exposure (with gaps) from 1976 to 1980, issues of the BU student newspaper Daily Free Press, and other magazine and newspaper articles that cover the struggles between BU students and administration from both local and national perspectives.

Arranged chronologically.

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bu exposure, 1976-1982
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Daily Free Press, 1977-1983
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BU Spectrum, 1977-1979
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Boston Magazine, May 1977
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Nora Ephraim, "Academic Gore," Esquire, September 1977
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Student Press Law Center Report, 1978-1979
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Miscellaneous university newspapers, 1975-1979
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Miscellaneous newsletters and pamphlets, 1977-1979
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Miscellaneous articles, 1977-1986

V. Haskel A. Kassler correspondence, 1970

Correspondence of CLUM Staff Council Haskel A. Kassler from 1970.

Arranged alphabetically.

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VI. Miscellaneous clipping files, 1970-1981

Miscellaneous subject files from ca. 1970s mostly contains clippings.

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Detailed Description of Record Group III

I. Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (CLUM)/American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (ACLUM) administrative records, 1951-2001 (bulk: 1980-1999)

This series includes the records of CLUM's Board of Directors, legal correspondence and subject files, committee records, records of student and regional CLUM chapters, membership records and financial records. In 1995, CLUM changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (ACLUM) to reflect its relationship with its parent organization, the ACLU. Record series that span the time of the name change are referred to as CLUM/ACLUM records .

A. Board of Directors records, 1985-1999

This subseries primarily contains the monthly mailings and meeting minutes of the CLUM/ACLUM Board of Directors from 1985-1999. The mailings, usually sent out to the members of the board a few weeks prior to their monthly meeting, consist of documents and supporting materials on issues to be discussed at meetings and of interest to board members. This subseries also includes lists of board attendance from 1990-1997, and letters written and received by lawyer and President of the Board Harvey Silverglate from 1986-1994. Silverglate's letters pertain to CLUM issues and include letters written to newspapers and political figures.

Arranged chronologically by record type.

i. Board mailings and meeting minutes, 1985-1999

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1985-1990
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1991-1997
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1998-1999
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ii. Board attendance, 1990-1997
Carton 72SH 13N8 .Folders 22-25
iii. Harvey Silverglate correspondence, 1986-1994

B. Legal records, 1951-1994

Carton 72SH 13N8 .Folders 26-28A
i. Karen Hudner correspondence, 1985-1994

This subseries contains letters written and received by CLUM Legislative Agent Karen Hudner mostly from 1985-1994. The correspondence pertains to Hudner's various speaking engagements (mostly to children and teenagers) about civil liberties, current legislation pertaining to civil liberties and CLUM, and other legal matters.

See alsoRecord Group II.

Arranged chronologically.

ii. Legal subject files, 1951-1994 [bulk: 1970-1989]

This subseries contains subject files kept primarily by Legislative Agent Karen Hudner and her staff. Subject files include notes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports, and other legal documents of interest to CLUM. Some files are more complete than others.

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Abortion, 1970-1984

Carton 72SH 13N8 .Folder 29
Background, 1973
Carton 72SH 13N8 .Folder 30
Blue Cross Blue Shield, 1973-4
Carton 72SH 13N8 .Folders 31-41
1973-1984
Carton 72SH 13N8 .Folder 42
Clippings, 1970-1983
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 1
Bail bill, 1975-1977
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 2
Boston Human Rights Commission, ca. 1985
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 3
Biennial conference 1983- congressional visits
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 4
Bilingual education, 1986
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 5
Boston police, 1973-1977
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folders 6-7
Child abuse, 1982-1983
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 8
Child pornography, 1977
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 9
Children's rights misc., 1976-1985
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 10
Children's Rights Project, 1978
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 11
CLUM drug policy, 1991
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 12
Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI), 1987
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 13
Correctional legal services, 1979
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 14
Court reform, 1979-1980
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 15
Desegregation, 1976
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 16
Draft registration, 1983-1984
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 17
Drugs, 1986-1991
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 18
Drug testing, 1990
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 19
Drunk driving, ca. 1982
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 20
Due process, 1975-1976
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 21
"English Only" movement, 1986-1992
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 22
Espionage/ Rosenberg, 1951-1976
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 23
Equal access, 1976
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 24
ERA Ratification, 1982
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folders 25-32
Gay rights, 1974-1987
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 33
Gender issues, 1982-1986
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folders 34-35
Handicapped anti-discrimination, 1988-1990
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 36
House rules reform, 1977-1983
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 37
Housing Discrimination, 1983
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 38
Human rights ordinance, 1984
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 39
Individual rights vs. governmental rights, 1980
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folders 40-43
Equality in insurance, 1985-1986
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 44
Judicial Conduct Commission, 1986
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 45
Jury bill (Middlesex), 1980-1982
Carton 73SH 17ED .Folder 46
Juvenile crime, ca. 1980
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 1
Living will testimony, 1977-1990
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 2
Legislation, 1980
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolders 3-4
Legislation (federal), 1982-1988
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 5
Mental patient advisory project, 1978
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 6
Mental Patients Treatment Unit at Worcester State Hospital for Women, 1977-1979
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 7
Midwifery, 1986-1987
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 8
Minors' right to contraception, 1978-1979
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 9
Nudity in public, ca. 1970s
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolders 10-14
Obscenity bill, 1980-1985

Old Cambridge Baptist Church, 1984-1986

Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 15
Break-ins, 1984-1985
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 16
FOIA Request, 1985-1986
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 17
PANIC (I.D. Cards), 1971-1975

Prisons

Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 18
Access to prisons, 1970-1981
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 19
Capping Massachusetts prisons, 1981
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 20
Prison construction (H-7343)
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 21-23
Prison issues, 1974-1994
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 24
Prison transfers, through 1981
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 25-26
Prison transfers, 1983-1984

Privacy

Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 27
Gift of privacy, 1975
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 28
Privacy project, 1975
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 29
Surveillance, 1971-1977
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 30
Racial problems, 1974-1976
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 31
Racial violence, 1970s
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 32
Bobbie Rennix, 1983-1986

Search and seizure

Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 33-34
1974-1975
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 35
Search on sight, 1989-1990
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 36
Strip search, 1982
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 37
Senate candidate questions, 1984

Sentencing

Arranged chronologically.

Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolders 38-39
Sentencing, 1972-1975
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolder 40
Mandatory sentencing, 1976
Carton 74SH 17E7 VFolders 41-45
Sentencing, 1976-1979
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolders 1-2
Drug sentencing, 1980
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 3
Sentencing/ legislation 1980-1981
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 4
Presumptive sentencing background, ca. 1984
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolders 5-7
Governors' sentencing bill, 1984
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 8
Sentencing conference (MCPJ), 1984
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 9
Prison impact, 1984
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 10
Women, 1984-1985
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolders 11-12
Testimony, 1984
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 13
Governors' sentencing, 1985
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 14
Sentencing, 1985
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolders 15-16
H5009 hearing- group testimony, 1985
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 17
Governors' sentencing, 1986
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 18-20
H900 hearing/ S-1631 study commission, 1986-1987
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 21-22
Presumptive sentencing, 1988-1989
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 23
Misc. sentencing, undated
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 24
Shoplifting, 1985-1986

Speech

Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 25
Academic freedom (Brandeis v. Cloward), 1980
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 26
ACLU- Heins on "Words that Wound" comment, 1983
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 27
Censorship- entertainment/ games, 1985
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 28
Censorship- MBTA Ads, 1994
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 29
Censorship- Banned in Boston, ca. 1986
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolders 30-32
Censorship- Titticut Follies/ Wiseman, ca. 1986-1987
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolders 33-34
Censorship- CIA recruitment at UMASS, 1987
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 35
Stop and Frisk, 1984
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 36
Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation (SLAPP), 1993-1994
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 37
Sullivan, 1977
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 38
Use without authority, 1976
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolder 39
Voter information, 1982
Carton 75SH 17E8 WFolders 40-41
Voter registration, 1984-1986
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 1
Guy Washington, 1973
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 2
White power, 1974-1990
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 3
Women's Rights Project, ca. 1976

iii. Miscellaneous legal documents, 1973-1989

Arranged chronologically.

Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 4
Request by Senate for Opinion of the Justice Concerning Senate No. 1278, n.d
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 5
In. Re: S. 1482-- Grand Jury,, n.d
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolders 6-7
RE: Request of the Senate for Advisory Opinion Concerning H. 6657, 1973
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 8
RE: Request of the Governor for Advisory Opinion Concerning H. 5495, [1974]
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 9
Request by the House for an Opinion of the Justices on House Bill No. 6723, 1977
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 10
In the Matter of Applications for Issuance of Criminal Complaints Against The National Lampoon, Inc., Leonard Mogel, Matty Simon, 1977
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 11
In RE: A Juvenile, 1989

C. Communications records, 1985-1999

This subseries contains CLUM/ACLUM press releases from 1985-1999, and a small collection of letters written and received by CLUM Director of Communications Mackie McLeod from 1986-1987 pertaining to representation of civil liberty and CLUM in print and television, among other media.

Arranged chronologically by record type.

Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolders 12-20
Press releases, 1985-1999 (with gaps)
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 21
Mackie McLeod correspondence, 1986-1987

D. Committee records, 1977-2001

This subseries consists of CLUM/ACLUM committee records from 1977-2001, including meeting minutes, notes, correspondence, member lists, and other related materials. Committees are created by the board of directors or the president, who also appoints the committee chairs. Some committees are permanent, some are created on an ad hoc basis to deal with specific issues, and all are open to CLUM/ACLUM members. Some committee records are more complete than others.

For other committee records dated 1970-1986 see Record Group I and Record Group II

Arranged alphabetically by committee.

Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 22
Academic freedom committee, 1988-1990
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 23
Affirmative action committee, 1992-1994
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 24
Alper award committee, 1985-1987
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 25
Annual dinner planning committee, 1988-1990
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 25A
Awards committee, 1989-1991
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 26
Bill of Rights campaign committee, 1985-1986
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 27
Blocking software committee, 1997-1999
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolders 28-29
By-Laws committee, 1992-1994
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 30
Campus speech committee, 1990
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolders 31-33
Censorship committee, 1996-1998
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 34
Children's rights and family privacy committee, 1985
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolders 35-36
Children's rights committee, 1986-1993
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 37
Church/State committee, 1998
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 38
Conflict of interest committee, 1998
Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 39-45
Crime and justice committee, 1990-1993

Note: The Legislative committee and the Crime and Justice committee were joined from April 1990-1991. All joint committee records are located here under Crime and Justice.

Carton 76SH 17DZ FFolder 46
Democratic platform drafting committee, 1987
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folder 1-5
Development committee, 1995-1999
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folder 6
Diversity committee, 1991
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folder 7
Drug decriminalization committee, 1989-1991
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folders 8-15
Economic justice committee (also known as the poverty committee), 1982-1989
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folder 16
Education committee, 1985
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folders 17-18
Financial structures committee, 1981-1982
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folder 19
Foster placement committee, 1985
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folder 20
Joint committee on healthcare, 1984
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folder 21
Joint committee on human services, 1991-1992
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folder 22
Investment committee, 2001
Carton 77SH 13NB /Folders 23-33
Legislative committee, 1980- March 1990

Note: The Legislative committee and the Crime and Justice committee were joined from April 1990-1991. See Crime and Justice for all joint committee records.

Carton 77SH 13NB /Folder 34
Long range planning committee, 1987-1993

Management committee, 1983-1999

Carton 77SH 13NB /Folders 35-43
Management committee, 1983-1995
Carton 78SH 17EF $Folders 1-5
Management committee, 1996-1999
Carton 78SH 17EF $Folders 6-15
Medical-legal committee, 1986-1994
Carton 78SH 17EF $Folders 16-34
Nominating committee, 1982-1999
Carton 78SH 17EF $Folder 35
Personnel committee, 1996-1997
Carton 78SH 17EF $Folder 36
Police practices committee, 1985-1986
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folders 1-11
Privacy committee (medical), 1994-1999
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 12
Privacy/ FOIA committee (ad hoc), 1994-1995
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folders 13-14
Program and planning committee, 1991-1992

Public education committee, 1977-1989

Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folders 15-19
General, 1981-1989
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 20
BC bicentennial project, 1985-1987
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 21
Campus chapters, 1986
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 22
Forum, 1986
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 23
Journalism, 1986-1987
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folders 24-26
Secondary schools, 1985-1986
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 27
Speakers bureau, 1977-1989
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 28
Retreat planning committee, 1989-1990
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 29
Screening committee, 1987
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 30
Sentencing committee, 1997
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folders 31-36
Structures committee, 1980-1996
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 37-42
Women's rights committee, 1992-1997

E. Chapter records, 1986-2000

This subseries contains the records of the various CLUM/ACLUM Chapters from 1986-2000, including regional and student chapters at colleges and universities in the Boston area. Records include correspondence, organizational and development records, event announcements, and newsclippings. Some of the chapter records are more complete than others.

See also Record Group I and Record Group II.

Campus chapters, 1987-2000

Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 43
1988-1991
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 44
ACLU Campus Organizing Manual, 1988-1998
Carton 79SH 17EL 2Folder 45
Boston University School of Law Civil Liberties Association, 1996
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folders 1-5
The Civil Liberties Union of Harvard, 1987-1997
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folder 6
Suffolk University Law School ACLU Student Group, 1999-2000
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folders 7-9
Cape Cod chapter, 1993-1996
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folder 10
Southeastern Massachusetts (New Bedford) chapter, 1992-1997

Western Massachusetts chapter, 1987-1999

Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folders 11-20
1987-1999
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folder 21
Clippings, 1987-1990
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folder 22
Dead files, 1990-1991
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folder 23
Development, 1990-1991
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folder 24
Events, 1990
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folders 25-26
Legal panel, 1987-1992
Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folders 27-43
Worcester chapter, 1986-2000

F. Membership records, 1973-1993

This subseries contains records pertaining to CLUM membership from 1973-1993, including membership mailings, annotated drafts and form letters sent to prospective and current members, and membership information from other organizations.

Arranged chronologically by subject.

Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folder 44
Board, trustee, and committee lists, 1990-1993

Mailings to prospective members, 1984-1989

Carton 80SH 17EJ 0Folders 45-46
1984-1986
Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolders 1-2
1987-1989
Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolders 3-8
Mailings to members (appeals), 1988-1992
Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolder 9
"Membership Promotion" binder, 1973
Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolder 10
New members welcome package, ca. 1985
Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolder 11
Affiliates' mailings, 1984-1988

G. Financial records, 1984-2000

This subseries contains financial records created and maintained by CLUM/ACLUM from 1984-2000. The subseries includes loose financial records from 1984-1990, annual reports on audits from 1989-2000, and the operating expenses for CLUM's office space on Temple Place in Boston. Combined financial statements with the Massachusetts Civil Liberties Union Foundation are also located here.

Arranged chronologically by record type.

Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolders 12-22
Loose financial records, 1984-1990, 1996
Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolders 23-38
Annual reports on audits, 1989-2000
Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolders 39-42
Operating expenses for Temple Place, Boston 1987-1991

H. Miscellaneous administrative records, 1983-1999

This subseries contains Miscellaneous administrative records from 1983-1999. Records include correspondence, a copy of the "The Civil Liberties Songbook" from 1991, and other miscellaneous records.

Arranged chronologically by record type.

Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolder 43
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1983-1999
Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolder 44
"The Civil Liberties Song Book," 1991
Carton 81SH 13N2 VFolder 45
Miscellaneous records, 1984-1996

II. Massachusetts Civil Liberties Union Foundation (MCLUF) records, 1974-1999 (bulk: 1980-1999)

This series contains the records of the Massachusetts Civil Liberties Union Foundation (MCLUF), an organization founded to raise tax-exempt founds to support the work of the Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts and the American Civil Liberties Union. It includes records of the trustees, correspondence, development and fundraising records, and financial records. In 1995, the foundation changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Massachusetts to reflect its association with its national counterpart, the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation. Record series that span the time of the name change are referred to as MCLUF/ACLUFM records.

A. Trustees' records, 1980-1999

This subseries contains the records of the MCLUF/ACLUFM trustees from 1980-1999. The trustee records primarily consist of meeting minutes and related materials, and include discussion of budgets, fundraising activities, and annual plans.

Arranged chronologically by subject.

Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folders 1-6
Annual reports, 1981-1987
Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folders 7-20
Meeting minutes, 1980-1999 (with gaps)

B. Correspondence, 1980-1996

This subseries contains correspondence written and received by MCLUF/ACLUFM staff, trustees, and Director John Roberts from 1980-1996. The administrative correspondence includes internal and external letters and memos pertaining to ongoing projects, fund-raising efforts, and the daily Activities of MCLUF/ACLUFM. The direct mailings include drafts and copies of form letters written to CLUM members and prospective members requesting financial support and membership renewal.

Arranged chronologically.

Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folder 21-32
Administrative correspondence, 1980-1996
Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folder 33-37
Direct mailings, 1980-1991

C. Development and fundraising records, 1974-1997

This subseries contains records pertaining to MCLUF/ACLUFM development and fundraising from 1981-1997, including development plans, fundraising events such as the annual Bill of Rights Dinner, publications, new member recruitment, and other activities. This subseries also contains some records pertaining to grant proposal research, preparation, and grants/funds maintenance.

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folders 38-42
Development plans, 1983-1994 (with gaps)

Fund-raising events, programs, and plans, 1974-1997

Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folder 43
60th Anniversary Auction, 1980
Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folder 44
Auction Adventure, 1974
Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folders 45-48
A Tribute to Roger Baldwin, 1982
Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folder 49
Baldwin Award, 1993-1997
Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folders 50-51
Berkshire Fund-raise, 1982
Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folders 52-53
Best Friends Project, 1982-1985
Carton 82SH 17EK 1Folders 54-59
Bill of Rights Dinner, 1982-1985
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folders 1-4
Bill of Rights Dinner, 1986-1997
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 5
Calaway Reception, 1990
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 5A
Donor Analysis Graph, 1990
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 6
Field Gallery party, 1980-ca. 1983
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 7
Film Series, 1991
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 8
"Legal Briefs: An Original Live Comedy Review," 1978
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folders 9-10
Major Gifts Campaign, 1984, 1988
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folders 11-13
May Breakfast, 1981-1983
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 14
M.O.R.E. Campaign, 1987
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 15
Retreat, 1989-1990
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 16
Mark Russell Event, 1979
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 17
Spring Thing, 1991
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 18
Speakers (potential), 1984-1987
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folders 19-27
Telemarketing, 1975-1992
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 28
TRIPPEL Memorial Fund, 1989-1996
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folder 29
Women's Rights Project Benefit, n.d.

D. Financial records, 1982-1996

This subseries contains financial records created and maintained by MCLUF/ACLUFM from 1982-1996. The subseries includes annual audits from 1983-1989 (with gaps) with support documents, records pertaining to financial reconciliation between MCLUF and ACLUF from 1982-1989, donor analysis graphs from 1987-1989, and other miscellaneous financial records.

Arranged chronologically by subject.

Carton 83SH 13NC +Folders 30-42

E. MCLUF miscellaneous records, 1978-1995

This subseries contains miscellaneous administrative records from 1984-1992 including records pertaining to the management of the MCLUF database from 1984 and 1987-1992, among other administrative records.

Arranged chronologically by subject.

Carton 83SH 13NC +Folders 43-47
Database management, 1983-1992
Carton 83SH 13NC +Folders 48-50
Miscellaneous records, 1978-1995

III. John Roberts's Records, 1975-2001

See also Record Group II.

A. Reading files, 1975-1999

Arranged chronologically.

This subseries contains the reading files of CLUM/ACLUM's Executive Director John Roberts from 1986-1999 (bulk: 1986-1989 and 1998-1999), including copies of outgoing letters and memos written by Roberts, meeting minutes, and other related materials. The letters and memos pertain to all facets of CLUM/ACLUM and MCLUF/ACLUFM activities and include individual letters written to members of the general public and internal memos to staff. Outgoing letters were usually written in response to requests for help with potential civil liberty issues and are often accompanied by copies of the requester's letter or the intake and referral forms (filled out by CLUM staff when a request for help is made over the phone).

John Roberts's reading files (Cartons 84 and 85) are closed to researchers until 1 January 2019.

Carton 84SH 13MZ K
1975-May 1989
Carton 85SH 13N9
June 1989-December 1999

B. Subject files, 1976-2001

Arranged alphabetically.

This subseries contains subject files kept by CLUM/ACLUM director John Roberts from 1976 to 2001. Subject files include notes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports, and other documents pertaining to various topics of interest. Some files are more thorough than others.

See also Legal Subject Files and Subject Files (Flaps).

Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolders 1-2
Affirmative Action
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 3
AIDS
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 4
Angelli (nude photo flap)
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 5
Alcohol sniffer
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 6
Amirault/ Fells Acres
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 7
Asset forfeiture
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolders 8-9
Attorney fees
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 10
Banned books program
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 11
Begging
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 12
Beyond Boston: Lease for 19 Temple Place
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 13
Birth defects research
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 14-18
Blocking software
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 19
Board orientation manual
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 20
Bolt power trip
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 21
Boston Globe- Roberts's puff piece
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolders 22-23
Boston Library
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 24-26
Boston University
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 27
Breathalyzer at school
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 28
Buffer bubble zone
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolders 29-34
Campaign Finance
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 35
Cape Cod Issues

Censorship

Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 36
Census
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 37
Chain Gang
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 38
Chelsea church service City Hall
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 39
Cuban Censorship
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 40
Drugs- Use of State employees. to censor music
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 41
Haines Memo
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 42
V-Chip

Church/State

Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 43
Anti-aid amendment
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 44
PERL
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 45
Religious use of public property
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 46
Religious holidays- employees '96
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolders 47-48
Religious Restoration Act
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 49
Northbridge Parochial School transportation
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 50
Parent Choice Initiative Petition
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 51
Witches League for Public Awareness
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 52
Somerset Manger
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 53
UMass "porno" website
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 54
Civil Liberties Task Force
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolder 55
Clean election law
Carton 86SH 17E5 TFolders 56-57
Columbine fallout
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 1
Cornean (pregnant Attleboro)
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolders 2-4
Counter Terrorism
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 5
Craig Benefit
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 6
Drug conference, 1992
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 7
First Amendment pamphlet
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 8
Front desk manual
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 9
Impeachment

Individuals

Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 10
Alan Dershowitz
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolders 11-12
Ira Glasser
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 13
Lloyd Hart
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 14
Hentoff/ Village Voice, 1990
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 15
Karen Hudner
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 16
Molly Ivins
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 17
Luther MacNair
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 18
Mazell-Don't Call Racist
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 19
Mindich/Phoenix
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 20
Nancy Murray/Holliston High flap
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolders 21-25
John W. Roberts (biography and speeches)
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 26
Anthony Romero
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 27
Carol Rose

Issues

Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 28
Academic freedom-Fenton v. Boston schools
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 29
CIA, 1987
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 30
Drug decriminalization
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 31
Employment ads, 1984-1985
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 32
Face recognition technology
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 33
Free speech-Mary Frug article
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 34
Genetics primer
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 35
Hate speech resources
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 36
HIV reporting
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 37
Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action (JALSA)
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 38
Lester case, 1988
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 39
MBTA-juvenile arrests
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 40
MCAS tests
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 41
Medical/Legal, 1993
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 42
Planned Parenthood
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolders 43-44
Racial profiling
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 45
JEN (associates)/ Medicaid
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 46
Kape Kod Klan
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 47
Klatt estate
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 48
Paparazzi
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolder 49
Physician assisted suicide, 1996
Carton 87SH 17E6 UFolders 50-53
Plymouth arrests, 1997
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 1
Prisoners voting
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 2
Private groups and public buildings

Projects

Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 3
Baldwin Award
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 4
Bill of Rights Education Project
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 5
Drug Policy Task Force
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolders 6-7
Police Practices Coalition
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 8
Prosecutorial Abuse
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 9
Recovered memory
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 10
RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations)
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 11
Right to bear arms
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 12-13
Right wing on sex

Schools

Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 14
Aid to private schools
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 15
Cambridge right wing in schools
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 16
Charter schools
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 17
Expulsion/ gun felony, 1994
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 18
Health curriculum-Mass. Department of Education
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 19
Locker search case
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 20
Uniforms
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 21
Use of schools by religious groups
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 22
Youth/student round tables
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 23
Standardized tests
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 24-26
Sex offenders
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 27
South Boston suicide
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 28
Surrogate parenting
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 29
Tattooing
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 30
Trooper Monahan
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 31
Violence/ TV/speeches Heins Paper

IV. Eva Moseley Papers, 1970-2003

This series contains the papers of Eva Moseley, who from 1978 to 2003 served in various capacities in both CLUM/ACLUM and the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Massachusetts. These papers include correspondence, CLUM/ACLUM board records from her tenure as Board Secretary, records from CLUM's Nominating and Public Education and Colloquium Committees, ACLUFM trustees' records, fundraising records, various ACLU and ACLUM printed material, and clippings related to ACLUM issues and events. Many records contain Moseley's handwritten notations.

A. Correspondence, 1978-2002

Arranged chronologically.

Box 2SH 17M8 /Folders 1-3
Correspondence, 1978-2002

B.CLUM/ ACLUM Records, 1980-1996

Arranged chronologically within each record type.

Box 2SH 17M8 /Folder 4
Constitution and organizational records, 1980-1996
Box 2SH 17M8 /Folders 5-25
Board Records, 1980-1996 [bulk: 1980-1982]
Box 2SH 17M8 /Folder 26
Nomination Committee records, 1981
Box 2SH 17M8 /Folder 27
Public Education and Colloquium Committee records, 1983-1986

C. American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Massachusetts Records, 1980-2003

Arranged chronologically within each record type.

Box 2SH 17M8 /Folder 28
Trust agreement and organizational records, 1995-1997
Box 2SH 17M8 /Folders 29-33
Trustees' records, 1980-1993
Box 3SH 17M9 +Folders 1-6
Trustees' records, 1994-2003

D. Printed Material, 1970-2002

Arranged chronologically within each record type.

Box 3SH 17M9 +Folder 7
CLUM/ACLUM printed material, 1970-2001
Box 3SH 17M9 +Folder 8
ACLU printed material, 1991-2002
Box 3SH 17M9 +Folder 9
Newsclippings, 1983-2002

V. Coalition records, 1980-2002

This series contains records pertaining to various coalitions, and other similar organizations, in which CLUM/ACLUM created, lead, or participated from 1980-2002. The coalition records relate to a wide variety of civil liberty issues, including abortion, affirmative action, immigrants and refugees, police practice, and sex offenders, among other topics. The bulk of the subseries consists of records pertaining to CLUM/ACLUM's Bill of Rights Education project from 1987-1999, including project descriptions and time lines, records relating to the youth-oriented Project Hip Hop, fundraising and donor information, press coverage, and other related materials.

Arranged alphabetically.

Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolders 32-35
Abortion Referenda, 1981-1984
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 36
Affirmative Action Voices, 1997-1999
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 37
Algebra Project, 1993
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 38
Amicus Club, 1993
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 39
Anti-Censorship Network, 1997

Bill of Rights Education project, 1987-1999

Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 40
General proposals and letters, 1993-1998
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 41
Background and General Information, ca. 1999
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 42
Letters of praise, 1989-1997
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 43
News coverage, 1995-1996

Project Hip-Hop

Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 44
Records, 1992-1998
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolders 45-47
Printed, 1996-1999
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 48
Fundraising strategies, 1988
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 49
Budgets, 1993-1999
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 50
Sources of funding, 1994, 1997-1998

Potential funders, 1987-1999

Arranged alphabetically.

Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 51
Ruth M. Batson Educational Foundation, 1994
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 52
Gerry Berlin, 1997
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 53
Blue Cross Blue Shield, 1995
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 54
The Boehm Foundation, 1992-1994
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 55
The Boston Company, 1993-1994
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 56
The Boston Foundation, 1993-1995
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 57
Boston Gas, 1994
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 58
The Boston Globe Foundation, 1993-1995
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 59
Burgess Urban Fund of the Episcopal City Mission, 1996
Carton 88SH 17E2 QFolder 60
Do Something, 1994-1995
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 1
Episcopal Church USA, 1996-1997
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 2
Lucius and Eva Eastman Fund, 1994, 1997
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolders 3-4
Foley, Hoag, and Eliot Foundation, 1992-1997
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 5
Funding Exchange, 1987-1994
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 6
Global Ministries, 1997
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 7
The Greeley Foundation, 1994-1995
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 8
Haymarket People's Fund, 1994
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 9
The Edward W. Hazen Foundation, 1995-1997
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 10
The Hyams Foundation, 1994
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolders 11-12
Lotus Development Corporation, 1990-1994
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 13
A.L. Mailman Family Foundation, 1990-1991
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 14
National Council for Social Studies, 1990-1991
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 15
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, 1996-1998
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 16
Norman Foundation, 1993-1997
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 17
Open Society Institute, 1996
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 18
Polaroid Foundation, 1994-1995
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 19
Ellen Poss, 1996
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 20
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, 1994
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 21
Reconciliation Mission, 1997
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 22
Mabel Louise Riley Foundation, 1993-1997
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 23
Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock, 1993-1994
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolder 24
Volunteer Consulting Organization (A Student Organization of Harvard Business School), 1998-1999
Carton 89SH 17EB ZFolders 25-49
Campaign for Choice Coalition (also called Coalition for Choice), 1983-1990 (bulk: 1986)
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folders 1-3
Civil Liberties and Economic Justice conference, 1985
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 4
Civil Liberties Task Force, ca. 2002
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 5
Coalition to Stop Institutional Violence, 1986
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 6
Council for Fair School Finance, 1994
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folders 7-9
Criminal Justice policy Coalition, 1997-1999
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 10
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), 2002
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 11
Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD), 1980-1985
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 12
Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA), 1990-1991
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 13
National Committee Against Repressive Legislation, 1990
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 14
New Office Technology Coalition, 1989
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 15
Patient Confidentiality Coalition, 1996-2001
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folders 16-28
Police Practices Coalition, 1991-1998
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 29
Regional Community Policing Institute for New England, 2000
Carton 90SH 17EG /Folder 30
Sex Offenders Registry Law meeting, 1996

VI. American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) records, 1980-1996

This series contains records created by the national ACLU from 1980-1996. The series primary contains form letters, memos, and newsletters received by CLUM from 1987-1992 and 1996, pertaining to national civil liberty issues and organizational updates. In addition, the series records from 1986-1991 pertaining to the Annual ACLU Executive Directors Conference. Conference records include correspondence, conference schedules, and other related materials. The series also contains a small amount of form letters and memos from ACLUF, primarily pertaining to national membership and fundraising; records pertaining to the ACLU Biennial Conference in 1989; and other miscellaneous ACLU records.

See also Record Group I and Record Group II

A. ACLU correspondence, 1980-1999 (with gaps)

Carton 90SH 17EG /Folders 31-35
1980-1986
Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolders 1-22
1987-1996

B. ACLU subject files, 1986-1991

Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolders 23-28
ACLU Executive Directors' Conference records, 1986-1991
Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolder 29
ACLU Biennial Conference, 1989
Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolder 30
Miscellaneous ACLU records, 1990

VII. Subject files, 1972-1999

This series contains subject files (also called Flaps) that were kept in the main CLUM offices in Boston. Subject files pertain to a variety of CLUM activities and interests and consists of newspaper clippings, memos, correspondence, printed material, and notes.

Arranged alphabetically.

Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolders 31-32
Abortion, 1978-1989
Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolder 33
Almighty RSO (rap group), 1992
Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolder 34
ACLU defense of right-wingers, 1987
Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolder 35
Andover High t-shirt, 1994
Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolder 36
Anti-boycott cases, 1976-1977
Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolder 37
Anti-terrorist activity, 1991
Carton 91SH 17E4 SFolder 38
Anti-war activities, 1991
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolders 1-3
Behavior Research Institute, 1986-1994
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 4
Bicentennial (Constitution), 1985-1987
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 5
Board of Bar Overseers, 1979-1989
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 6
Boston Common permit, 1989-1990
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 7
Bowman: naked union election, 1993
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 8
Buffer zone (Massachusetts law), 1999
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 9
Cambridge Art Exhibit, 1994
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 10
Cambridge Civilian Review Board, 1984-1992
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 11
Campus Speech,1990-1991
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 12
Censorship, 1986-1989
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 13
Chatham field hockey, 1993
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 14
Chelsea R.O.C.A., 1991
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolders 15-18
Church/State, 1979-1997
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 19
CIA recruiting at UMass, 1987
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 20
City transfer, 1989
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 21
Condoms, 1992
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 22
Confederate flag at City Hall, 1994
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 23
Council for Fair School Finance, n.d.
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 24
Mark Curtis Defense, 1992
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 25
UMass Daily Collegian, 1992
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 26
Dukakis, 1988
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 27
David Duke, 1992

Drugs

Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolders 28-32
Conference, 1992-1994
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 33
Decriminalization, 1995-1996
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 34
Task Force, 1992

Due process

Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 35
Drugs, 1988
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 36
Massachusetts Judicial Conduct Commission, 1986
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 37
Rosenberg case, 1976-1977
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 38
Electronic Frontier Foundation, 1994
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 39
Episcopal clergy, 1995
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 40
Extradition of Jerry Lui, 1996
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 41
Falmouth-10 year old arrested, 1992
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 42
Framingham library, 1988
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolders 43-44
Hampshire College- Kramer, 1986-1989
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolder 45
Harvard Law Review, 1992
Carton 92SH 13N4 XFolders 46-47
Health Bill, 1994
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folders 1-3
David Hendricks (killed by police), 1992-1993
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folders 4-5
Heroin, 1973-1976
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 6
Hertz/teamsters, 1996
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 7
Willie Horton story, 1989
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 8
Hopkinton censorship, 1992
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 9
Immigrant voting, 1991
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 10
Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) Palestinian films, 1991
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folders 11-14
Jail (County Correction Facilities Project), 1975-1978
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 15
Justice for women, 1991
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 16
Lawrence mayor, drugs and welfare, 1989
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 17
Lawrence police barricades, 1992
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 18
Lexington High School student paper, 1992
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folders 19-24
Julius Lester/UMass, 1988
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 25
Malaysian tourists, 1992
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 26
Marblehead advocate Carl King, 1995
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folders 27-28
Professor Tony Martin (Wellesley), 1992-1994
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 29
MIT "Bad Mouth" speech, 1992
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 30
Medford High racial incidents, 1993
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folders 31-32
Mental patients-model drug laws, 1975-1977, 1987
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 33
Nantucket police, 1995
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 34
The Nationalist Movement, 1995
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 35
Newburyport protective custody provision, 1994
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 36
Newton sex education battle, 1993
Carton 93SH 17EC -Folder 37
Ollie North on Freedom Alliance, 1990
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolders 1-2
OCBC FOIA Request, 1986-1988
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 3
Police meeting, 1986
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 4
Police misconduct project, 1979-1981
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolders 5-7
Political asylum/ immigration representation project, 1989-1991
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 8
Pre-term suit, 1973-1974
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 9
Prison expansion, 1976-1977
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolders 10-11
Prisoners, 1974-1980
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 12
Privacy- Medical Records Confidentiality Act, 1995
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolders 13-14
Privacy Project, 1973-1975
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolders 15-16
Privacy- Titicut Follies, 1967-1975
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 17
Proposals, 1974-1976
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 18
Racism Conference, 1990
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolders 19-20
Religious Right, 1993-1994
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolders 21-22
Reproductive Freedom project (ACLU), 1988-1992
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 23
Rock concerts, 1996
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 24
Salem witches, 1992
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 25
Scituate baccalaureate service, 1994
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 26
Skokie and CLUM, 1977-1978
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 27
SAT scores, 1989

Speech (and assembly)

Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 28
Boston Demonstrations, 1989-1991
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 29
Curfews, 1991
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 30
Employees, 1990
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 31
Employment, 1987
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 32
Flag salute, 1988-1991
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolders 33-35
Hate speech, 1972-1990
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 36
Obscenity/ pornography, 1985
Carton 94SH 13N1 UFolder 37
Surveillance and infiltration, 1981-1990
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolders 1-6
St. Patrick's Day parade, 1992-1999
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolder 7
Stoneham Adult Video, 1993
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolders 8-12
Voting, 1977-1995
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolder 13
Welfare Study, 1978-1979
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolder 14
White supremacist parade. 1994
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolders 15-19
Women's Rights project, 1972-1978
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolder 20
Ziegler, 1975

VIII. CLUM printed materials, ca. 1975-2005

This series contains publications from 1983-2005, including CLUM/ACLUM's newspaper The Docket, which is printed about twice a year; the Bill of Rights Network, a newsletter produced quarterly by the Bill of Rights Education Project; and The Rising Times, a newspaper produced several times a year by the group Project Hip-Hop. This series also contains a variety of clipping pertaining to CLUM/ACLUM and the ACLU from 1980-1999.

See also Record Group I and Record Group II

A. CLUM/ACLUM publications, 1980-2005

Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolders 21-29
The Docket, Vol. 26-35, 1996-2005
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolders 30-32
The Docket: MCLUF Annual Report, 1983-1997 (with gaps)
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolder 33
The Liberty Tree: monthly briefing paper of the Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, July-October 1987
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolders 34-37
Bill of Rights Network, 1988-2002
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolders 38-41
The Rising Times, 1998-2002
Carton 95SH 17E1 PFolder 42
Miscellaneous printed materials, 1980-1995

B. Clippings, 1980-1999

See also Record Group I.

Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folders 1-20

C. Brochures, invitations, and programs, ca. 1975-1997

This subseries contains various CLUM/ACLUM and ACLU (national and regional) printed materials including programs, invitations, and brochures from the 1980s and 1990s that were not arranged within other series. The subseries also includes an ACLU calendar from 1997, a small assortment of non-ACLU programs and invitations, and other misc. printed materials.

Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folder 21
CLUM brochures, ca. 1985-ca. 1995
Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folder 22
"John Reinstein Celebration," program, 1997
Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folder 23
CLUM registration forms, 1981-1995
Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folder 24
ACLU brochures, ca. 1975-ca. 1985
Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folder 25
ACLU invitations/ programs (national), ca.1975-ca. 1985
Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folders 26-30
ACLU invitations/programs (regional), ca. 1975-ca. 1985
Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folder 31-33
Non-ACLU invitations/programs, ca. 1985
Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folder 34
1977 ACLU calendar
Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folder 35
Roger Baldwin: A Remembrance, 1982

D. Miscellaneous printed materials, n.d.

Carton 96SH 17EM 3Folder 36

Preferred Citation

American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Historical Society.

Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in ABIGAIL, the online catalog of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Researchers desiring materials about related persons, organizations, or subjects should search the catalog using these headings.

Organizations:

Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts
American Civil Liberties Union

Subjects:

Children's rights
Civil rights--Massachusetts--Law and legislation
Civil rights--Massachusetts--Societies, etc.
Civil rights--United States--Law and legislation
Freedom of speech
Freedom of the press
Gay rights
Privacy, Right of
Women's rights