Guide to the Edward E. Schaupp Papers

Sean Heyliger
African American Museum & Library at Oakland
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African American Museum & Library at Oakland. All rights reserved.

Guide to the Edward E. Schaupp Papers

Collection number: MS 89

African American Museum & Library at Oakland

Oakland, California
Processed by:
Sean Heyliger
Date Completed:
12/04/2013
Encoded by:
Sean Heyliger
© 2013 African American Museum & Library at Oakland. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Edward E. Schaupp papers
Dates: circa 1920s-1969
Collection number: MS 89
Collector: Schaupp, Edward E.
Collection Size: .1 linear feet (1 box)
Repository: African American Museum & Library at Oakland (Oakland, Calif.)
Oakland, CA 94612
Abstract: The Edward E. Schaupp papers includes artifacts, ephemera, and photographs mostly related to the civil rights movement in the 1960s. The collection consist of eight protest buttons related to SNCC, C.O.R.E., fair housing, and the March on Washington, two arm/head bands, an invitation to the Berkeley Chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality sip, and a letter from attorney William J. Woods informing Schaupp of the dismissal of his ‘mass bust’ case. The collection also includes three photographs of a street scene, four men in suits, and a man standing in the street.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Access

No access restrictions. Collection is open to the public.

Access Restrictions

Materials are for use in-library only, non-circulating.

Publication Rights

Permission to publish from the Edward E. Schaupp Papers must be obtained from the African American Museum & Library at Oakland.

Preferred Citation

Edward E. Schaupp papers, MS 89, African American Museum & Library at Oakland, Oakland Public Library. Oakland, California.

Acquisition Information

Donated to the African American Museum & Library at Oakland by Marianna S. Wells on March 6, 1998.

Processing Information

Processed by Sean Heyliger, 12/04/2013.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Edward E. Schaupp papers includes artifacts, ephemera, and photographs mostly related to the civil rights movement in the 1960s. The collection consist of eight protest buttons related to SNCC, C.O.R.E., fair housing, and the March on Washington, two arm/head bands, an invitation to the Berkeley Chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality sip, and a letter from attorney William J. Woods informing Schaupp of the dismissal of his ‘mass bust’ case. The collection also includes three photographs of a street scene, four men in suits, and a man standing in the street.

Arrangement

Series I. Civil rights memorabilia Series II. Photographs

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Schaupp, Edward E.
Congress of Racial Equality.

Separated Material

A German lapel pin, arm band, and map were removed from the collection and added to accession file.

Collection Contents

 

Civil rights memorabilia

Physical Description: 3 folders

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes assorted civil rights movement artifacts and ephemera.

Arrangement

Arranged by format.
Box 1:3

Freedom Now! C.O.R.E. cap circa 1960s

Box 1:3

Omega/Peace sign headband circa 1960s

Box 1:4

Berkeley Chapter of C.O.R.E. second annual champagne sip invitation 1963

Box 1:4

Letter from attorney William J. Woods, re: dismissed ‘mass bust’ case 1969

 

Buttons

Box 1:5

Freedom now C.O.R.E. circa 1960s

Box 1:5

March on Washington for jobs & freedom August 28, 1963

Box 1:5

Vote for fair housing circa 1960s

Box 1:5

Huey P. Newton circa 1960s

Box 1:5

We shall overcome undated

Box 1:5

Freedom ride C.O.R.E. circa 1960s

Box 1:5

Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee supports Southern students circa 1960s

Box 1:5

I’m still for fair housing circa 1960s

Box 1:5

Thrust Contra Costa forward through education, vote J.C. Bonds – Nov. 8, 1966 emery board 1966

 

Photographs

Physical Description: 3 photographs

Series Scope and Content Summary

Includes three photographs of a group of men, street scene, and unidentified man standing in the street.

Arrangement

Arranged by photograph identification number.
Box 1:6

Man wearing an overcoat standing in street next to parked car [001] circa 1950s

Box 1:6

Four men wearing suits and hats [002] circa 1920s

Box 1:6

Crowd and cars in street [003] circa 1920s