Guide to the Christian Anti-Communism Crusade Collection ARS.0079
Finding aid prepared by Franz Kunst
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Title: Christian Anti-Communism Crusade Collection
Collection number: ARS.0079
Creator: Christian Anti-Communism Crusade.
Collection size: 1 box: 15 7" open reel tapes
Repository: Archive of Recorded Sound
Abstract: Fifteen open reel tapes produced by the Christian Anti-Communism Crusade in 1964 containing lectures and panel discussions from a workshop held in Washington, D.C.
Language of Material: English
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Christian Anti-Communism Crusade Collection, ARS-0079. Courtesy of the Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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Recordings produced by the Christian Anti-Communism Crusade in 1964, containing lectures and panel discussions about politics, foreign policy, and anti-Communist activism. Many of the lectures are by CACC founder Fred Schwarz (1913-2009), who organized several five-day workshops (called "schools") around the country beginning in 1960. This collection is a complete set of what was referred to as "Washington D.C. School Tapes," purchased in October 1964 from the Crusade, then based in Houston, Texas. The tapes are marked 1-WDC-64 through 15-WDC-64.
Schwarz, Fred, 1913-
Drakeford, John W.
Lowry, Charles Wesley
Rowe, David Nelson, 1905-
Philbrick, Herbert A. (Herbert Arthur), 1915-1993
Bouscaren, Anthony Trawick
Speeches, addresses, etc.