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Protest movements

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Scope Note: Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Linda Kahn Collection

Identifier: WUA-04-wua00487
Scope and Contents

The Linda Kahn Papers document Kahn’s student activism at Washington University during the late 1960s. Materials include issues of Student Life, newspaper clippings, and anti-Vietnam War leaflets issued by the Washington University student group, Canvas for Peace, as well as from her semester abroad in London.

Walter Lowenfels Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms074
Scope and Contents The Walter Lowenfels collection includes letters primarily to Walter Lowenfels or Marjorie Elizabeth (Nan) Braymer, arranged alphabetically by sender, concerning contributions to Where is Vietnam?, payments, editorial policy, criticism, little magazines, sales of worksheets, reactions to book's publication, and including biographical and bibliographic sketches of many correspondents. Principal correspondents include: George Abbe, Robert Bly, Nan Braymer,...

Washington University New Left Federation Collection

Identifier: WUA-05-wua00427
Scope and Contents Washington University New Left Federation Collection consists of a small group of organizational materials from the New Left Federation, the National Student Labor Action Report, the St. Louis Mobilization Committee, the Washington University Ad Hoc Committee on Foreign Policy, etc. Also included are several newsletters of the St. Louis Free Press and the Vietnam Courier; publications by the Black Liberation Commission, Industrial Workers of the World, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights,...

2008 Commencement Schlafly Protest Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WUA-01-wua00142
Scope and Contents

There are some digital materials associated with this collection. Contact the University Archives for more information.