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The Kenneth Gibson Fuller collection contains an abundance of leaflets, pamphlets, and serial issues, the vast majority of which relate to the New Left and counter-culture in the San Francisco Bay Area between 1965 and the mid-1970s. Many of the materials concern protests and demonstrations at the University of California at Berkeley and the area around the campus. These include announcements of anti-war and other protests, as well as leaflets and serial issues regarding the 1969 events surrounding People’s Park. While there is a major focus on Berkeley, the collection does contain publications from around the Bay Area, including Stanford University, San Jose, and San Francisco. There are also some documents pertaining to radical activism in Southern California, New York City and Madison, Wisconsin, as well as publications with a larger national and international emphasis. In its breadth and extent, the collection complements the New Left collection in the Hoover Institution Archives, and it is a significant resource on American radicalism and the counter-culture in the era of the Vietnam War.
57 manuscript boxes (23.8 linear feet)
For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.
Collection is open for research.