Register to the United States. Subversive Activities Control Board records

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Register to the United States. Subversive Activities Control Board records

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California
Processed by:
Dale Reed
Date Completed:
2011
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Machine-readable finding aid derived from MARC record and Word file by David Sun and Elizabeth Phillips.
© 2009 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Title: United States. Subversive Activities Control Board records
Dates: 1950-1973
Collection Number: 71009
Creator: United States. Subversive Activities Control Board
Collection Size: 90 manuscript boxes (37.5 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Hearing transcripts, decisions, and reports, relating to determination of communist-action and communist-front organizations in the United States.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Languages: In English

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], United States. Subversive Activities Control Board records, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1971.

Accruals

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Location of Originals

Duplicate set of records in: National Archives and Records Administration.

Historical Note

The United States Subversive Activities Control Board was created in 1950 in conjunction with enactment of the Internal Security Act of 1950. This act, known as the McCarran Act after its author Senator Pat McCarran, did not outlaw the Communist Party but sought to secure its control through regulation (or perhaps more likely, its dissolution rather than submit to such control). It required registration with the United States government of domestic "communist-action organizations" (defined as organizations substantially under the control of "the world-wide communist movement") and of domestic "communist-front organizations" (defined as organizations substantially under the control of "communist-action organizations"). The Attorney General might petition the Subversive Activities Control Board to order the registration of specific organizations under one or the other of these rubrics. The Board, made up of five members appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate, was in turn empowered to hold hearings to determine whether these were indeed "communist-action" or "communist-front" organizations, and if so, to order them to register as such. Registration entailed annual provision of financial records and membership lists.
The Communist Control Act of 1954 added a third task for the Board: that of determining "communist-infiltrated" organizations, principally labor unions. "Communist-infiltrated" unions were not to be required to register, but were deprived of the collective bargaining rights guaranteed to other unions.
The Board opened hearings on the Communist Party, U.S.A., and, after hearing voluminous testimony, issued a report in 1953 ordering it to register as a "communist-action organization." The Communist Party appealed through the courts, challenging the constitutionality of the McCarran Act and alleging the Board's report to have been based in part on perjured testimony. When the case reached it in 1956, the Supreme Court found sufficient merit in the latter contention to remand the case to the Board for review. A modified Board report reaffirmed its earlier finding and again ordered the Communist Party to register. Another round of legal appeals ensued, with the Supreme Court upholding the Board ruling in a 5-4 decision in 1961. The Communist Party continued to refuse to register, however, maintaining that a party official certifying his party under the stigma of subversion would be placing himself in a position tantamount to self-incrimination.
The Board met this argument head on by invoking a hitherto-unused section of the McCarran Act providing for registration of individual members of "communist-action organizations." Beginning in 1962 it held hearings and issued orders to several individuals, mainly well-known Communist Party leaders, to register. Consequent appeals reached the Supreme Court in 1965, and the Court responded by striking down the individual registration portion of the McCarran Act as being in violation of the Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination. Looking one chess move ahead, it was apparent to all that there could be no possibility of forcing any of its officers to register the Communist Party, or any other organization, as subversive.
The Board had meanwhile held hearings regarding, and issued registration orders to, a number of other organizations, all associated with the Communist Party, mainly in the "communist-front organizations" category. These had generated similar rounds of legal appeals. In the post-1965 period the Board initiated hearings on only two more organizations and a very few individuals. Its decisions in these cases stated Board findings of communist affiliation, but did not include any registration orders. Clearly the Board was unable to carry out the function originally envisaged for it. Moreover the national political climate had changed since 1950. President Richard M. Nixon issued an executive order abolishing the Board, and it wound up its affairs in 1973. During its 23 years of existence, it held extensive hearings, took voluminous testimony, and issued a number of decisions and orders, but did not succeed in securing the registration of any "communist-action", "communist-front" or "communist-infiltrated" organizations or of any individuals.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Subversive Activities Control Board records in the Hoover Institution Archives are a substantially complete duplicate set of the Board's official records now in the National Archives and Records Administration. They were acquired from the Board in 1971, with subsequent increments during its winding-up phase.
The great bulk of the collection consists of mimeographed verbatim transcripts of hearing proceedings, most of which had been completed by the end of 1957. Both Department of Justice and organization or individual under investigation were represented by attorneys during hearings and had the right to call witnesses and to cross-examine opposing witnesses. The mass of testimony affords a wealth of information regarding the operations of the Communist Party and of associated organizations. Among the many witnesses appearing on one side or the other were Herbert Aptheker, Louis F. Budenz, Paul Crouch, W. E. B. DuBois, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, John Gates, Benjamin Gitlow, Joseph Zack Kornfeder, Harvey Matusow, Frank S. Meyer, Philip E. Mosely, William L. Patterson, Herbert A. Philbrick, Herbert Romerstein, Howard Selsam and Milton Wolff. The testimony and oral argument of counsel also document the intellectual and legal ground on which communist and subversion controversies were conducted.
Also included are the mimeographed decisions of the Board and a certain number of internal supporting documents used by the Board. The latter are mainly carbon copy typescripts.
Proceedings regarding organizations (by far the largest part of the records) are listed first, and proceedings regarding individuals afterwards. Within each of these two record groups, hearing transcripts appear first, followed by supporting documents and finally by Board decisions. Materials within each of these subdivisions are arranged by docket number, each docket number designating a separate case. Printed annual reports of the Board and bound compilations of its decisions appear last.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Communism--United States.
Subversive activities--United States.


Box: 1-71

Transcripts of Proceedings, 1950-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Mimeographed transcripts of hearing testimony and oral argument of counsel, arranged by docket number
Box: 1

Docket 51-101: Communist Party of the United States of America

Box: 1

1950 December 14-1951 May 8

Box: 2

1951 May 9-June 6

Box: 3

1951 June 7-July 9

Box: 4

1951 July 10-26

Box: 5

1951 July 30-September 24

Box: 6

1951 September 25-October 31

Box: 7

1951 November 1-December 5

Box: 8

1951 December 6-1952 January 14

Box: 9

1952 January 15-February 13

Box: 10

1952 February 25-April 1

Box: 11

1952 April 2-June 9

Box: 12

1952 June 10-26

Box: 13

1952 June 27-1956 December 11

Box: 14

1958 May 14-1959 January 19

Box: 14

Docket 102-53: Labor Youth League

Box: 14

1953 May 14-December 9

Box: 15

1953 December 10-1954 January 26

Box: 16

1954 February 16-March 3

Box: 17

1954 March 4-April 5

Box: 18

1954 April 6-1962 March 1

Box: 19

Docket 103-53: International Workers Order, 1953 June 25-1954 January 4

Box: 19

Docket 104-53: National Council of American-Soviet Friendship

Box: 19

1953 May 13-1954 May 17

Box: 20

1954 May 18-June 3

Box: 21

1954 June 4-July 9

Box: 22

1954 July 13-26

Box: 23

1954 July 27-1955 September 8

Box: 24

Docket 105-53: Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee, 1953 May 13-1955 May 31

Box: 24

Docket 106-53: Civil Rights Congress

Box: 24

1954 November 15-December 7

Box: 25

1954 December 8-1955 January 3

Box: 26

1955 January 4-19

Box: 27

1955 February 8-17

Box: 28

1955 February 21-May 3

Box: 29

1955 May 9-23

Box: 30

1955 May 24-1962 February 14

Box: 30

Docket 107-53: Jefferson School of Social Science

Box: 30

1953 May 13-December 9

Box: 31

1953 December 10-1954 January 14

Box: 32

1954 January 15-May 14

Box: 33

1954 May 17-1962 May 11

Box: 34

Docket 108-53: Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade

Box: 34

1953 May 13-1954 May 18

Box: 35

1954 May 19-June 10

Box: 36

1954 June 15-September 13

Box: 37

1954 September 14-27

Box: 38

1954 September 30-1955 September 9

Box: 38

Docket 109-53: American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born

Box: 38

1953 May 14-1955 June 22

Box: 39

1955 June 23-July 7

Box: 40

1955 July 8-October 7

Box: 41

1955 October 11-November 29

Box: 42

1955 December 13-1956 January 11

Box: 43

1956 January 12-31

Box: 44

1956 February 1-1959 September 21

Box: 45

1959 November 12-1965 July 13

Box: 45

Docket 110-53: Council of African Affairs, 1953 May 14

Box: 45

Docket 111-53: United May Day Committee

Box: 45

1953 July 16-1955 July 21

Box: 46

1955 July 22-1956 April 20

Box: 46

Docket 112-53: American Slav Congress, 1953 July 17-1955 January 13

Box: 46

Docket 113-53: Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy, 1953 May 14-1955 February 24

Box: 47

Docket 114-55: Washington Pension Union

Box: 47

1955 March 30-October 11

Box: 48

1955 October 12-November 8

Box: 49

1955 November 9-1956 February 28

Box: 50

1956 February 29-May 21

Box: 51

1957 January 16-1962 March 12

Box: 51

Docket 115-55: California Labor School

Box: 51

1955 December 5-1956 January 17

Box: 52

1956 January 18-27

Box: 53

1956 January 30-1962 April 16

Box: 53

Docket 116-56 (subsequently reopened as Docket 125-62): International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers

Box: 53

1955 October 27-1957 February 27

Box: 54

1957 February 28-April 2

Box: 55

1957 April 3-May 1

Box: 56

1957 May 2-June 18

Box: 57

1957 June 25-1960 April 18

Box: 58

1960 April 19-October 5

Box: 59

1960 October 6-November 15

Box: 60

Docket 116-56 (subsequently reopened as Docket 125-62): International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers (contd.)

Box: 60

1960 November 16-December 6

Box: 61

1961 January 4-February 15

Box: 62

1961 February 16-1963 January 23

Box: 63

1963 January 24-February 15

Box: 64

1963 February 18-July 2

Box: 64

Docket 117-56: American Peace Crusade

Box: 64

1955 November 1-1956 April 5

Box: 65

1956 April 10-1962 January 25

Box: 65

Docket 118-56: National Negro Labor Council, 1955 December 9

Box: 65

Docket 119-56: United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America

Box: 65

1956 March 28-1957 May 27

Box: 66

1957 May 28-September 9

Box: 66

Docket 120-57: Colorado Committee to Protect Civil Liberties, 1957 July 16-1962 March 2

Box: 66

Docket 121-57: Connecticut Volunteers for Civil Rights, 1957 June 18-19

Box: 67

Docket 123-57: California Emergency Defense Committee, 1957 March 1-May 6

Box: 67

Docket 124-57: Committee to End Sedition Laws

Box: 67

1957 June 18-25

Box: 68

1957 June 26-July 2

Box: 68

Docket 126-63: Advance, an Organization of Progressive Youth

Box: 68

1963 September 30-October 7

Box: 69

1963 October 8-30

Box: 70

1963 October 31-1965 July 29

Box: 71

Docket 128-71: Center for Marxist Education, 1970 November 17-18

Box: 71

Docket 129-71: Young Workers Liberation League, 1970 December 17-1972 February 8

Box: 71-73

Supporting Documents, 1954-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Typewritten indexes, lists, and summaries
Box: 71

Transcript transmission cover sheets

Box: 72

Indexes of witnesses

Box: 72

Docket 116-56: International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers

Box: 72

Lists of exhibits

Box: 72

Summaries of testimony

Box: 73

Summaries of testimony (contd.)

Box: 73

Analysis of Fred Gardner testimony

Box: 74-76

Findings, 1952-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Mimeographed decisions of the Board, arranged by docket number
Box: 74

Docket 51-101: Communist Party of the United States of America. Recommended decision, 1952; report of the Board, 1953; memorandum opinion and order of the Board, 1956; modified report of the Board, 1956; recommended decision on second remand proceeding, 1958; modified report of the Board on second remand, 1959 1956; recommended decision on second remand proceeding, 1958; modified report of the Board on second remand, 1959

Box: 74

Docket 102-53: Labor Youth League. Recommended decision, 1954; report of the Board, 1955; report of the Board on remand, 1962

Box: 74

Docket 104-53: National Council of American-Soviet Friendship. Recommended decision, 1955; report and order of the Board, 1956

Box: 75

Docket 106-53: Civil Rights Congress. Recommended decision, 1955; report and order of the Board, 1957; report of the Board on remand, 1962

Box: 75

Docket 107-53: Jefferson School of Social Science. Recommended decision, 1954; report and order of the Board, 1955; report of the Board on remand, 1962

Box: 75

Docket 108-53: Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade. Report and order of the Board, 1955

Box: 75

Docket 109-53: American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born. Recommended decision, 1957; report and order of the Board, 1960; report of the Board on reconsideration, 1962

Box: 75

Docket 111-53: United May Day Committee. Recommended decision, 1956; report and order of the Board, 1956

Box: 75

Docket 112-53: American Slav Congress. Report and order of the Board, 1955

Box: 75

Docket 113-53: Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy. Recommended decision, 1955; report and order of the Board, 1955

Box: 75

Docket 114-55: Washington Pension Union. Recommended decision, 1956; report and order of the Board, 1959; report of the Board on remand, 1962

Box: 75

Docket 115-55: California Labor School. Recommended decision, 1957; report and order of the Board, 1957; report of the Board on remand, 1962

Box: 75

Docket 116-56 (subsequently reopened as Docket 125-62): International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers. Memorandum ruling on questions certified to the Board by Board member-examiner, 1959; recommended decision, 1961; report and order of the Board, 1962; memorandum ruling and order on motions addressed to the petition, 1962; ruling on respondent's motion to strike testimony, 1963; report and order of the Board dismissing petition, 1963

Box: 76

Docket 117-56: American Peace Crusade. Recommended decision, 1956; modified report of the Board on reconsideration, 1957; report of the Board on remand, 1962

Box: 76

Docket 119-56: United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. Report of the Board and order dismissing petition, 1959

Box: 76

Docket 120-57: Colorado Committee to Protect Civil Liberties. Recommended decision, 1957; report and order of the Board, 1959; report of the Board on remand, 1962

Box: 76

Docket 121-57: Connecticut Volunteers for Civil Rights. Recommended decision, 1957; report and order of the Board, 1959

Box: 76

Docket 123-57: California Emergency Defense Committee. Recommended decision, 1957; report and order of the Board, 1959

Box: 76

Docket 126-63: Advance and Burning Issues Youth Organization, Formerly Known as Advance. Recommended decision, 1964; notice of supplemental findings of fact and conclusions of law, 1964; memorandum to accompany order placing case in indefinite abeyance, 1965

Box: 76

Docket 128-71: Center for Marxist Education. Report and order of the Board, 1973

Box: 76

Docket 129-71: Young Workers Liberation League. Report and order of the Board, 1973

Box: 76

Transcripts of Defunct Organization Proceedings, 1971-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Mimeographed transcripts of proceedings to verify defunct status of organizations.
Box: 76

Mimeographed transcripts of proceedings to verify defunct status of organizations. Dockets E72-001 through E72-201 and E73-202 through E73-233: 233 defunct organizations on Attorney General's subversive organizations list, 1971 November 22-1972 September 29

Box: 77-85

Transcripts of Individual Case Proceedings, 1962-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Mimeographed transcripts of hearing testimony and oral argument of counsel, arranged by docket number
Box: 77

List of cases

Box: 77

Docket I-1-62: William Albertson. 1962 July 2-September 24

Box: 77

Docket I-2-62: Miriam Friedlander. 1962 July 2-October 4

Box: 77

Docket I-3-62: Arnold Samuel Johnson. 1962 July 2-October 5

Box: 78

Docket I-4-62: William L. Patterson. 1962 July 2-October 10

Box: 78

Docket I-5-62: Betty Gannett Tormey. 1962 July 2-October 16

Box: 78

Docket I-6-62: Louis Weinstock. 1962 July 2-October 23

Box: 78

Docket I-7-62: Dorothy Healey. 1962 July 2-November 8

Box: 78

Docket I-8-62: Albert Jason Lima. 1962 July 2-November 19

Box: 78

Docket I-9-62: Burt Gale Nelson. 1962 July 2-November 26

Box: 78

Docket I-10-62: Roscoe Quincy Proctor. 1962 July 2-November 19

Box: 78

Docket I-11-63: Samuel Krass Davis. 1963 January 29

Box: 80

Docket I-12-63: Claude Mack Lightfoot. 1963 January 23-24

Box: 80

Dockets I-13-63 and I-14-63: Flora Hall and Samuel Kushner. 1963 February 18

Box: 80

Docket I-15-63: George Aloysius Meyers. 1963 July 1-August 7

Box: 80

Docket I-16-63: Thomas Nabried. 1963 June 17-August 7

Box: 80

Docket I-17-63: Mildred McAdory Edelman. 1963 June 3-July 3

Box: 80

Docket I-18-63: Irving Potash. 1963 June 4-July 3

Box: 81

Docket I-19-63: William Wolf Weinstone. 1963 June 5-July 3

Box: 81

Docket I-20-63: Mortimer Daniel Rubin. 1963 June 10-July 3

Box: 81

Docket I-21-63: John William Stanford, Jr. 1963 September 23-November 4

Box: 81

Docket I-22-63: Benjamin Dobbs. 1963 September 24-November 4

Box: 81

Docket I-23-63: William Cottle Taylor. 1963 September 25-November 4

Box: 81

Dockets I-24-63 and I-25-63: Frances Gabow and Aaron Libson. 1963 October 2-November 4

Box: 81

Docket I-26-63: Lionel Joseph Libson. 1963 December 18-1964 February 18

Box: 82

Docket I-27-63: James Joseph Tormey. 1963 December 18-1964 June 25

Box: 82

Docket I-28-64: Michael Saunders. 1964 July 27

Box: 82

Docket I-29-64: Daniel Lieber Queen. 1964 May 25-27

Box: 82

Dockets I-30-64 and I-31-64: Ralph William Taylor and Betty Mae Smith. 1964 March 17

Box: 82

Dockets I-32-64 and I-33-64: Marvin Joel Markman and Meyer Jacob Stein. 1964 March 24-April 10

Box: 83

Dockets I-34-64 and I-35-64: Norman Haaland and Benjamin Gerald Jacobson. 1964 April 7-10

Box: 83

Dockets I-36-64 and I-37-64: Milford Adolf Sutherland and Donald Andrew Hamerquist. 1964 April 14-18

Box: 83

Docket I-38-65: Hyman Lumer. 1964 December 14-21

Box: 83

Docket I-39-65: Elmer Charles Kistler. 1965 January 26-27

Box: 83

Docket I-40-65: Ralph Nelson. 1965 January 19-21

Box: 83

Dockets I-41-65, I-42-65, I-43-65 and I-44-65: Otis Archer Hood, Lewis Martin Johnson, Edward S. Teixeira and Anne Burlak Timpson. 1964 December 10-14

Box: 83

Dockets I-45-69 and I-46-69: Robert Archuleta and Wayne Dallas Holley. 1968 September 3-October 2

Box: 83

Dockets I-47-69, I-48-69 and I-49-69: Anna Pastor Laconich, Ruth Beer and Scarlett Ann Patrick. 1968 September 3-1969 March 18

Box: 85

Docket I-50-69: Simon Boorda. 1968 September 3-12

Box: 85

Docket I-51-69: Sargeant Caulfield. 1968 September 3

Box: 85

Dockets I-52-69 and I-53-69: Clifford Fried and David Utter Mares. 1969 June 17-18

Box: 85

Docket I-54-69: Kenneth William Applehans. 1969 July 1

Box: 85

Individual Case Supporting Documents, 1962-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Indexes and certificates.
Box: 86

Indexes of witnesses and certificates of transcript authenticity, 1962-1964

Box: 86-88

Individual Case Findings, 1962-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Mimeographed decisions of the Board, arranged by docket number.
Box: 86

Docket I-1-62: William Albertson. Report and order of the Board, 1962

Box: 86

Docket I-2-62: Miriam Friedlander. Report and order of the Board, 1962

Box: 86

Docket I-3-62: Arnold Samuel Johnson. Recommended decision, 1962; report and order of the Board, 1962

Box: 86

Docket I-4-62: William L. Patterson. Recommended decision, 1962; report and order of the Board, 1962

Box: 86

Docket I-5-62: Betty Gannett Tormey. Recommended decision, 1962; report and order of the Board, 1962

Box: 86

Docket I-6-62: Louis Weinstock. Recommended decision, 1962; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 86

Docket I-7-62: Dorothy Healey. Report and order of the Board, 1962

Box: 86

Docket I-8-62: Albert Jason Lima. Recommended decision, 1962; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 86

Docket I-9-62: Burt Gale Nelson. Recommended decision, 1962; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 86

Docket I-10-62: Roscoe Quincy Proctor. Recommended decision, 1962; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 86

Docket I-11-63: Samuel Krass Davis. Report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 86

Docket I-12-63: Claude Mack Lightfoot. Report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 86

Docket I-13-63: Flora Hall. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 86

Docket I-14-63: Samuel Kushner. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 86

Docket I-15-63: George Aloysius Meyers. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 86

Docket I-16-63: Thomas Nabried. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-17-63: Mildred McAdory Edelman. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-18-63: Irving Potash. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-19-63: William Wolf Weinstone. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-20-63: Mortimer Daniel Rubin. Report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-21-63: John William Stanford, Jr. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-22-63: Benjamin Dobbs. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-23-63: William Cottle Taylor. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-24-63: Frances Gabow. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-25-63: Aaron Libson. Recommended decision, 1963; report and order of the Board, 1963

Box: 87

Docket I-26-63: Lionel Joseph Libson. Recommended decision, 1964; report and order of the Board, 1964

Box: 87

Docket I-27-63: James Joseph Tormey. Recommended decision, 1964; report and order of the Board, 1964

Box: 87

Docket I-28-64: Michael Saunders. Recommended decision, 1964; report and order of the Board, 1964

Box: 87

Docket I-29-64: Daniel Lieber Queen. Recommended decision, 1964; report and order of the Board, 1964

Box: 87

Docket I-30-64: Ralph William Taylor. Report and order of the Board, 1964

Box: 87

Docket I-31-64: Betty Mae Smith. Report and order of the Board, 1964

Box: 88

Docket I-32-64: Marvin Joel Markman. Recommended decision, 1964; report and order of the Board, 1965

Box: 88

Docket I-33-64: Meyer Jacob Stein. Recommended decision, 1964; report and order of the Board, 1965

Box: 88

Docket I-34-64: Norman Haaland. Report and order of the Board, undated

Box: 88

Docket I-35-64: Benjamin Gerald Jacobson. Report and order of the Board, 1964

Box: 88

Docket I-36-64: Milford Adolf Sutherland. Report and order of the Board, 1964

Box: 88

Docket I-37-64: Donald Andrew Hamerquist. Report and order of the Board, 1964

Box: 88

Docket I-38-65: Hyman Lumer. Recommended decision, 1965; report and order of the Board, 1965

Box: 88

Docket I-39-65: Elmer Charles Kistler. Report and order of the Board, 1965

Box: 88

Docket I-40-65: Ralph Nelson. Recommended decision, 1965; report and order of the Board, 1965

Box: 88

Docket I-41-65: Otis Archer Hood. Recommended decision, 1965; report and order of the Board, 1965

Box: 88

Docket I-42-65: Lewis Martin Johnson. Recommended decision, 1965; report and order of the Board, 1965

Box: 88

Docket I-43-65: Edward S. Teixeira. Recommended decision, 1965; report and order of the Board, 1965

Box: 88

Docket I-44-65: Anne Burlak Timpson. Recommended decision, 1965; report and order of the Board, 1965

Box: 88

Dockets I-45-69 and I-46-69: Robert Archuleta and Wayne Dallas Holley. Report and order, 1968

Box: 88

Dockets I-47-69 and I-48-69: Anna Pastor Laconich and Ruth Beer. Report and order, 1969

Box: 88

Docket I-49-69: Scarlett Ann Patrick. Report and order, 1969

Box: 88

Docket I-50-69: Simon Boorda. Report and order, 1968

Box: 88

Dockets I-52-69 and I-53-69: Clifford Fried and David Utter Mares. Report and order, 1969

Box: 88

Docket I-54-69: Kenneth William Applehans. Report and order, 1969

Box: 89-90

Reports, 1951-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Printed annual reports and compiled case decisions of the Board.
Box: 89

Annual Reports of the Board, 1st through 22nd, 1951-1973.

Box: 89

Bound volume of Annual Reports, 1st through 15th, 1951-1965.

Box: 90

Reports of the Subversive Activities Control Board, Volumes I-IV and Index-Digest, 1966

Box: 90

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Internal Security. Hearings Regarding the Administration of the Subversive Activities Control Act of 1950 and the Federal Civilian Employee Loyalty-Security Program. Part I, 1971