Knox Mellon collection of material about the John Birch Society and other radical conservative organizations and causes (Collection LSC 1102)

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Title: Knox Mellon collection of material about the John Birch Society and other radical conservative organizations and causes
Collection number: LSC 1102
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 17.5 linear ft. (35 boxes. 1 oversize box.)
Date (inclusive): 1918-1968
Abstract: William Knox Mellon, Jr. (b.1925) was a professor of history at Immaculate Heart College, the Democratic nominee for the California 24th District for Congress (1962), and the treasurer for the Oral History Association. The collection consists of periodicals and various publications of the John Birch Society, clippings and documents of the Pasadena-based Network of Patriotic Letter Writers, and papers and clippings of several political campaigns in Southern California.
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Creator: Mellon, Knox

Restrictions on Access

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Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Knox Mellon collection of material about the John Birch Society and other radical conservative organizations and causes (Collection 1102). Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.

Biography/History

William Knox Mellon, Jr. was born on October 20, 1925 in Houston, Texas; BA, Pomona College, 1950; MA, Claremont College, 1953; Ph.D, Claremont Graduate School, 1972; became a professor of history at Immaculate Heart College; Democratic nominee for the California 24th District for Congress, 1962; became treasurer, Oral History Association.

Scope and Content

Collection consists of periodicals and various publications of the John Birch Society, clippings and documents of the Pasadena-based Network of Patriotic Letter Writers, and papers and clippings of several political campaigns in Southern California.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

John Birch Society.
Mellon, Knox--Archives.
History teachers--California--Los Angeles.

Container List

 

John Birch Society Materials.

Box 3

The Fascist Revival. The Inside Story of the John Birch Society. New York: New Century. 1961.

Box 23

John Birch Society Appreciation and Encouragement. 1960.

Box 23

John Birch Society national finance committee: A frank report. 1963.

Box 10

American Opinion Dollar Reprint Series: “The California report on the John Birch Society.”. 1963.

Box 12

The life of John Birch. Boston/Los Angeles: Western Islands. 1954.

Box 13

John Birch Society Bulletin. 1959-64.

Scope and Content Note

  • October-November 1959.
  • February-March, May-July, September-December 1960.
  • January-November 1961.
  • January-October, December 1962.
  • January-May, July-September, December 1963.
  • January-May 1964.
Box 23

John Birch Society Member's monthly message. March 1964.

Box 23

The pink book of the John Birch Society for 1963. 1963.

Box 24

The John Birch Society is a threat to whom?. n.d.

Box 24

John Birch Society: letter to George Romney. September 1, 1962.

Box 25

The Life of John Birch. In the story of one American boy, the ordeal of his age. Chicago: Henry Regenery Company. 1954.

Box 27

Files - GOP and Birch smear. 1963.

Box 33

Files - John Birch Society news clippings. 1963-64.

 

Federal and National Government Materials.

Box 14

Committee on Un-American Activities, U.S. House of Representatives. 1956-63.

Scope and Content Note

Various publications.
Box 14

Special committee to investigate tax-exempt foundations and comparable organizations. 1954.

Scope and Content Note

Report.
Box 14

Subversive activities control board. June 30, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Sixth annual report.
Box 14

Senate fact-finding subcommittee on un-American activities. State of California. 1955, 1959-63.

Scope and Content Note

Annual reports.
Box 14

State of Louisiana. Joint legislative committee on un-American activities. 1957, 1963-64.

Scope and Content Note

Reports.
Box 15

Special preparedness subcommittee of the committee on armed services. United States Senate. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Hearings and report.
Box 16

Senate investigating committee on education. 1949-59.

Scope and Content Note

Various annual reports.
Box 16

Joint interim committee on the public education system. 1961.

Box 16

Hearings and reports from the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations. 1959-64.

Box 16

Hearings and reports from the House and Senate Judiciary Committees. 1919, 1958-63.

Box 28

“Special report of the county counsel on problem created by recent U.S. Supreme Court cases affecting the Communist Party and the twenty year fight of the county of Los Angeles against subversion and communism.”. August 19, 1964.

 

Miscellaneous Materials.

Box 15

Various pamphlets, speeches and brochures. 1955-64.

Box 23

Governor's conference for department heads and deputies. [California]. September 10-11, 1959.

Box 23

International stability and progress: United States interests and instruments. The American Assembly, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University. May 2-5, 1957.

 

Goldwater Campaign.

Box 29

Goldwater campaign material. 1964.

Box 29

Citizens for Goldwater-Miller victory manual. 1964.

 

Organizations.

Box 17

The American Tariff League. 1958.

Box 17

Church League of America. n.d.

Box 17

Citizens Foreign Aid Committee. 1964.

Box 17

Christian Anti-Communism Crusade, Long Beach. 1966-68.

Box 18

Fire and police research association of Los Angeles. 1963.

Box 18

International documents service. 1959-60.

Box 18

The Movement to Impeach Earl Warren. n.d.

Box 18

National Defense Committee, National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution. n.d.

Box 18

Network of Patriotic Letter Writers. 1959-62.

Box 20

Network of Patriotic Letter Writers. 1962-64.

Scope and Content Note

Bulletins, reports, articles, “important letters to write.”
Box 29

Network of Patriotic Letter Writers - mailings. 1966-68.

Box 18

Lincoln Club of Los Angeles. n.d.

Box 18

Facts in Education Incorporated. 1956-63.

Box 21

Documents of Freedom. n.d.

Box 28

Council on Foreign Relations. 1949-61.

Box 28

National Council of Churches, and communism documentation. 1955-60.

Box 29

Christian Anti-Communism Crusade - mailings. 1966.

 

Files. 1951-68.

Box 26

Cheddi Jagan of Guiana. 1961-63.

Box 26

Jamaica. n.d.

Box 26

Japan. 1962.

Box 26

The Jenks case. 1959-61.

Box 26

Jiminez[sic], Marcos Perez. 1963.

Box 26

Katanga - The Congo - Tshombe. 1962-63.

Box 26

Bobby Kennedy and communists. 1963-64.

Box 26

Kennedy-Rusk policies. 1961-63.

Box 26

Kennedy - Khrushchev. 1963.

Box 26

Kennedy's cabinet and appointments. 1962-63.

Box 26

Korea. 1959-63.

Box 26

Kuchel, Thomas H. - smears. 1961-63.

Box 26

Latin America - Caribbean. 1963.

Box 26

Lattimore, Outer Mongolia and Oppenheimer. 1961-63.

Box 26

Gen. Douglas McArthur. 1951, 1963.

Box 26

Mexico - Baja California. 1961-63.

Box 26

Middle East - Jordan, Egypt, Syria. 1962.

Box 26

Middle East - Laos, Vietnam. 1963.

Box 26

Mikoyan, Roslov. 1959.

Box 26

Mongolia, Mauretania. 1961.

Box 26

Moral Re-armament. 1959.

Box 26

Attorney Stanley Mosk. 1962.

Box 26

Mosk, Attorney Gen. Stanley. 1962.

Box 26

Minute Man Network - Alerts. 1959-60.

Box 27

Castro blackmail. 1959-63.

Box 27

Central America - Honduras. 1963.

Box 27

Congo. 1961-64.

Box 27

Congress. Directory of the 89th. 1965.

Box 27

Costa Rica. 1960-63.

Box 27

Cuba as base for spreading communism. 1962-63.

Box 27

Cuba - Castro. 1960-63.

Box 27

Dominican Republic. 1963.

Box 27

Egypt - Israel - Yemen - Near East. 1961-63.

Box 27

Free China, Korea. 1959-63.

Box 27

Facts in education. 1964-65.

Box 27

Gold reserve, George R. Jordan. 1958-61.

Box 27

Government secrecy. 1958.

Box 27

Guatemala. 1963.

Box 27

Haiti - Dominican Republic. 1963.

Box 27

Alger Hiss. 1962-63.

Box 27

J. Edgar Hoover's removal. 1960-61.

Box 27

Human events. 1965.

Box 27

Hungary. 1961-63.

Box 27

International Court of Justice. 1959.

Box 27

Italy - Pope. 1963.

Box 27

Yorty, Mayor Sam. 1961-67.

Box 30

Radio. 1958-59.

Box 30

Reading Reform Foundation. 1963.

Box 30

Red China. 1959-62.

Box 30

Research Institute report. 1965.

Box 30

Walter Reuther. 1965.

Box 30

Rostow, Walt W. (Foreign Policy). 1962.

Box 30

Labor strikes - Hoffa-Reuther Bridges. 1959-63.

Box 30

Major Arch E. Roberts, USAR. 1962-63.

Box 30

Rousselot, John. 1961-62.

Box 30

South America to the left. 1961-62.

Box 30

State Department. 1961-64.

Box 30

State Department, Bryton Barron. 1956-59.

Box 30

State Dept. - mutual security reduction of arms. 1959-62.

Box 30

Third Party. 1958-59.

Box 30

Marshal Tito - Yugoslavia. 1963.

Box 30

Trade with Russia. 1959-60.

Box 30

Trujillo. 1961.

Box 30

Tocsin. 1962-66.

Box 30

U.S. Information agency. n.d.

Box 31

J. Robert Oppenheimer. 1963.

Box 31

Richard M. Nixon. 1963.

Box 31

New Frontier - Plan for surrender. 1961-63.

Box 31

Near and far east, India, Laos, Vietnam. 1963.

Box 31

National Council of Churches. 1965.

Box 31

World Youth Crusade for Freedom. 1965-66.

Box 31

Los Angeles World Affairs Council. 1966-68.

Box 31

Foundation for Economic Education. 1965-66.

Box 31

Town Hall. 1966-68.

Box 31

The Independent American. 1965-68.

Box 31

We The People. 1965-67.

Box 31

New England Rally for God, Family and Country. 1966-67.

Box 31

Radio of Free Asia (KCFF). 1966-68.

Box 31

The Dan Smoot Report. 1968.

Box 31

American Economic Foundation. 1963-68.

Box 31

The Free Society Association. 1965-67.

Box 31

American Association of Retired Persons. 1966-68.

Box 31

African-American Affairs Association. 1967-68.

Box 31

Committee of One Million. 1966-68.

Box 31

Young Americans for Freedom. 1966-68.

Box 31

Mannion Forum. 1967-68.

Box 31

Americanism Education League. 1967-68.

Box 32

California politics - Nixon, Shell, Jarvis, Kuchel, Wright. 1961.

Box 32

Pubic Action Incorporated. 1964.

Box 32

Adams Clayton Powell. 1963.

Box 32

Karl Prussian Foundation (Heads Up). 1964-66.

Box 32

Portugal - Angola. 1963.

Box 32

Pocket Testament League. n.d.

Box 32

Patriotic Education. 1958-59.

Box 32

Patriotic businesses and corporations. 1959.

Box 32

Oxford, Miss - Riots. Walker. 1962.

Box 32

Otepka, Otto - State Dept. 1963.

Box 32

American Legion. 1966-68.

Box 32

Oswald, Lee H. - Assassin. 1963-64.

Box 32

Liberty Lobby. 1964-68.

Box 32

America's Future. 1964-65.

Box 32

Citizen's Committee for a free Cuba. 1964-68.

Box 32

Americanism Educational League. 1967.

Box 32

Christian Anti-Communism Crusade. 1966-68.

Box 33

Africa. 1960-61.

Box 33

Alaska. 1963.

Box 33

Steve Allen. 1960.

Box 33

American Traitors - Jessup, Hiss, Oppenheimer, Rosenberg, White, Ware, Lattimore, Service, Gold, etc. 1954-60.

Box 33

Berlin. 1961.

Box 33

Betancourt of Venezuela. 1962-63.

Box 33

Braden, Thomas, W. 1963.

Box 33

Brazil. 1959-63.

Box 33

Brown, Governor. 1963.

Box 33

Governor Brown - water, schools, metro, government. 1960-61.

Box 33

Ralph Bunche. n.d.

Box 33

Business men in communism. 1959.

Box 33

Americanism Educational League. 1964-66.

Box 34

Nelson Rockefeller. 1958-63.

Physical Description: (2 folders)
Box 34

J. Edgar Hoover. 1961-63.

Box 34

Philip Jessup - World Court. 1961-62.

Box 34

George Catlett Marshall. 1951.

Box 34

Jo McCarthy. 1954-57.

Box 34

Robert R. Murrow. 1958-61.

Box 34

Labor - Walter Reuther. The Kennedy Boys. 1959.

Box 34

Richard Milhous Nixon. 1959-62.

Box 34

Richard Nixon's ambition. 1959-60.

Box 34

Thomas H. Kuchel. 1963.

Box 34

Church League of America. n.d.

Box 34

Hall of Free Enterprise. 1964.

Box 34

Herald of Freedom. 1964.

Box 34

Freedom Press. 1964.

Box 34

Christian Crusade. 1964.

Box 34

Melville Burke. 1961.

Box 34

J. Edgar Hoover. 1947-62.

Box 34

Mayor Yorty and the CDC. 1961-62.

Box 35

Venezuela and Betancourt. 1962-63.

Box 35

Vetterli. 1961.

Box 35

Voice of Americanism. 1966.

Box 35

Barry Goldwater. 1963.

Box 35

Walker, Maj. Gen. Edwin A. 1961-62.

Box 35

West Berlin and West Germany. 1961.

Box 35

Yugoslavia. 1961.

Box 35

Book lists, reprints. n.d.

Box 35

Speakers, programs, groups, anti-communists. 1962 and n.d.

 

Records (Audio). n.d.

Box 36

Calling all conservatives!.

Box 36

Communist trickery. How will the red butchers dispose of your family?.

Box 36

The fearless American.

Box 36

Medicine leads the way. The poison and the antidote.

Box 36

Cybernetic warfare. Are you sure communism hasn't brainwashed you?.

Box 36

Communist cancer. Is there still time to stop the Soviet Malignancy?.

Box 36

Red pipeline to Moscow.

Box 36

For heaven's sake! A musical revue, written especially for the North American Ecumenical Youth Assembly. 1961.

 

Books.

Box 1

Mental Robots. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton. 1961.

Box 10

American Opinion Dollar Reprint Series. 1961-1963.

Physical Description: (7 issues)
Box 10

“I saw Poland betrayed.”. 1961.

Box 10

“Nine men against America.”. 1961.

Box 10

“America's retreat from victory.”. 1961.

Box 10

“The tragedy of France.”. 1962.

Box 10

“The key to peace.”. 1963.

Box 10

“Color communism and common sense.”. 1963.

Box 10

“The invasion of Mississippi.”. 1963.

Box 21

The true aspects of the Algerian rebellion, published by the Ministere de L'Algerie, Cabinet du ministre. n.d.

Box 25

No wonder we are losing. New York: The Bookmailer. 1958.

Box 25

Terrible 1313 revisited. Chadwick, Idaho: The Caldwell Printers. 1963.

Box 25

Brain washing in the high schools. New York: The Devin-Adair Company. 1958.

Box 25

The California legislature. Sacramento, California: California State Printing Office. 1957.

Box 25

The hope of the world. Dallas, Texas: Miller Publishing Company. 1958.

Box 25

“Our invisible government and how it operates.” Reprinted from The news and courier, Charleston, South Carolina. Oct 18 , 1961.

Box 25

Fallout protection, What to know and do about nuclear attack. U.S. Government Printing Office. 1961.

Box 25

Censorship and survival. New York: The Bookmailer. 1961.

Box 25

Immigration: Our open door policy. The American coalition of patriotic societies. [1962].

Box 25

The fearful master. A second look at the United Nations. Boston, Los Angeles: Western Islands. 1964.

Box 25

The fearful master. A second look at the United Nations. Boston, Los Angeles: Western Islands. 1965.

Box 1

The Inhumanity of Urban Renewal. Springfield, Virginia: Crestwood Books. 1965.

Box 1

The Law. New York: Foundation for Economic Education. 1950.

Box 1

Out of Bondage. New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, (All American Book Digest vol.2). [1956].

Box 1

The Modern Conservative. Whittier, California: Constructive Action. 1967.

Box 1

Pawns in the Game (4th edition). Los Angeles: St. George's Press. 1962.

Box 1

America's Unelected Rulers. New Orleans: Conservative Society of America Publishing. 1962.

Box 1

The Case of General Edwin A. Walker. New Orleans: Conservative Society of America Publishing. 1961.

Box 1

The Silencers. New Orleans: Conservative Society of America Publishing. 1965.

Box 1

The Big Decision. [Los Angeles]: Cvetic. [1959].

Box 1

Men of the Far Right. New York: Pyramid Books. 1962.

Box 1

The Fringe on Top. New York: American Features. 1962.

Box 1

The Fabulous Future. America in 1980. New York: Dutton. 1956.

Box 1

Your Rugged Constitution. Stanford University. 1950.

Box 1

The United States as a Communist Nation.. Chicago: Help Fight Communism. 1962.

Box 1

The Lattimore Story. New York: Devin-Adair. 1953.

Box 1

The Decline of the American Republic & How to Rebuild It. New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, 1957 (All-American Book Digest). 1957.

Box 1

While You Slept. New Rochelle, New York: America's Future, 1956 (All American Book Digest). 1956.

Box 1

The Pentagon Case. New York: Freedom Press. 1958.

Box 1

Red Tide. n.p. 1962.

Box 1

The Conscience of a Conservative. New York: Hillman Books. 1960.

Box 1

Where I Stand. New York: McGraw. 1964.

Box 4

The National Council of Churches. Glendale, California: Voice of Americanism Publishing. n.d.

Box 1

Should Christians Fight Communism? Glendale, California: Voice of Americanism Publishing. n.d.

Box 1

The Fearful Master. A Second Look at the United Nations. Boston: Western Islands (2 copies, variants). 1964.

Box 2

Terrible 1313 Revisited. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton. 1963.

Box 2

Design for Dedicational. Foreword by Richard Cardinal Cushing. New York: Bookmailer. 1958.

Box 2

The Continuing Revolt. The Black Book on Red China. New York: Bookmailer. 1958.

Box 1

The John Franklin Letters. New York: The Bookmailer. 1959.

Box 2

Gold Swindle. The Story of Our Dwindling Gold. New York: Bookmailer. 1959.

Box 2

Profiles in Courage. New York: Pocket Books, Incorporated. 1957.

Box 2

A Program for Conservatives (revised edition). Chicago: Regnery. 1962.

Box 2

A Business Man Looks at Communism (3rd. edition). January 1961. Wichita, Kansas: Koch. 1961.

Box 2

“The American Tragedy, an Address...” 39th Annual Texas Manufacturers, Association... n.p. November 17, 1961.

Box 2

And Not a Shot Is Fired. New Canaan, Connecticut: The Long House. 1962.

Box 2

The Lesson of China's Loss. New York: Committee of One Million. n.d.

Box 2

Vietnam, an Eye-Witness Account. Springfield, Virginia: Crestwood. 1964.

Box 2

The Leadership of President Kennedy. Caldwell, Idaho. Caxton. 1964.

Box 2

John F. Kennedy. What's Behind the Image? Washington, D.C.: Free World Press. 1960.

Box 2

A GATT in Your Ribs. Washington, D.C.: Lewis. n.d.

Box 2

The Facts about Communism. Tulsa, Oklahoma: Christian Crusade. 1962.

Box 2

Communist America... Must it be? Tulsa, Oklahoma: Christian Crusade. 1960.

Box 2

Economics in One Lesson. Rockefeller Center, New York: Pocket Books. 1952.

Box 2

A Texan Looks at Lyndon. Canyon, Texas: Palo Duro Press. 1964.

Box 2

The Soviet Stand on Germany. New York, New York: Crosscurrents Press. 1961.

Box 2

Khruschev in America. New York, New York: Crosscurrents Press. 1960.

Box 2

Keynes at Harvard. Veritas Foundation. 1962.

Box 3

Revitalizing a Nation. Chicago: Heritage Foundation. 1952.

Box 3

Red China's Secret Plans for Destroying America. Glendale, California: Voice of Americanism. n.d.

Box 3

The “Social Gospel”. Glendale, California: Voice of Americanism Publishing. n.d.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 3

Our Invisible Government and How It Operates. [Uniondale, Pennsylvania: Malinowski]. n.d.

Box 3

Fortress Cuba. Chicago: Regnery. 1965.

Box 3

Mama Went to War. Sheperdsville, Kentucky: Victor Publishing. 1966.

Box 3

Crisis Over Rhodesia. Baltimore, John Hopkins Press. 1967.

Box 3

The Deep South Says No. New York: Ballantine Books. 1957.

Box 3

Communist Manifesto. Chicago: Regnery. [1954].

Box 3

The Republican Opportunity. New York: Duell, Sloan. 1962.

Box 3

The Republican Opportunity in 1964. New York: Duell, Sloan. 1964.

Box 3

No Wonder We Are Losing. New York: Bookmailer. 1958.

Box 3

The Federal Reserve Conspiracy. Union, New York: Christian Educational Association. 1954.

Box 3

For the Skeptic. Selected Readings on Communist Activity in United States of America. New York: The Bookmailer. 1959.

Box 3

An Evil Tree. The Story of Communism. Forward by Charles F. Buddy, Bishop of San Diego. Milwaukee: Bruce Publishing. 1961.

Box 3

Let's Take the Offensive. Nashville, Tennessee: The Parthenon Press. 1962.

Box 3

Win Now or Lose All. Nashville, Tennessee: The Parthenon Press. 1964.

Box 3

Pass the Poverty Please! Whittier, California: Constructive Action. 1966.

Box 4

Essays from One Dozen Candles. The Americanist Library. Boston, Los Angeles: Western Islands. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

  • Gitlow, Benjamin. “The Whole of Their Lives.”
  • McCarthy, Joseph R. “America's Retreat From Victory.”
  • Smoot, Dan. “The Invisible Government.”
  • Lane, Arthur Bliss. “I Saw Poland Betrayed.”
  • Petro, Sylvester. “The Kohler Strike.”
  • Jordan, George Racey. “From Mayor Jordan's Diaries.”
  • Flynn, John T. “While You Slept.”
  • Toledana, Ralph de. “Seeds of Treason.”
  • Jarret, Garet. “The People's Pottage.”
  • Sisley. “France the Tragic Years.”
  • DuBerrier, Hilaire. “Background to Betrayal.”
  • Gordon, Rosalie M. “Nine Men Against America.”
  • Willoughby, Charles A. “Shanghai Conspiracy.”
Box 4

British Socialism is Destroying British Freedom. New York: National Economic Council. n.d.

Box 4

Race and Reason. A Yankee View. Washington, D.C.: Public Affairs Press. 1961.

Box 4

California Dynasty of Communism. Fullerton, California: [Heads Up]. n.d.

Box 4

Reflections on Coming of Age. FEE Faces the Future. New York: Foundation for Economic Education, Incorporated. 1967.

Box 4

Slightly to the Right! Whittier, California: Constructive Action. 1965.

Box 4

Labor Union Monopoly. Chicago: Regnery. 1957.

Box 4

Can We Preserve Our “American System” - in the Postwar World? Robnett. 1944.

Box 4

The Liberal Papers. New York: Doubleday. 1962.

Box 4

A Choice Not an Echo. Alton, Illinois: Marquette. 1964.

Box 4

The Gravediggers. Alton, Illinois: Marquette. 1964.

Box 4

Safe-not Sorry. Alton, Illinois: Pere Marquette Press. 1967.

Box 4

Strike From Space. Alton, Illinois: Marquette. 1965.

Box 4

The Sedition Case, Lowell, Arizona. Lutheran Research Society. 1953.

Box 4

The Turning of the Tides. New Canaan, Connecticut: Long House. 1956.

Box 4

The Bondage of the Free. Berkeley: Vanguard. 1966.

Box 4

None Dare Call It Treason. Florissant, Mississippi: Liberty Bell Press. 1964.

Box 4

World Government and International Assassination. Belmont, Massachusetts: American Opinion Reprints. 1963.

Box 4

Right-to-Work Laws. Los Angeles: Institute of Industrial Relations, UCLA. 1958.

Box 5

The Tenney Committee... The American Record. Tujunja, California: Standard Publishing. March 1952.

Box 5

Zion's Trojan Horse. Hollywood, California: Standard Publishing. April 1954.

Box 5

A program for Conservatives. Introduction by Senator Barry Goldwater. New York: Macfadden-Bartell Corporation. 1962.

Box 5

Conquest or Consent (2nd edition). Boston: Forum. 1963.

Box 5

Censorship and Survival. New York: Bookmailer. 1961.

Box 5

The Voter's Presidential Handbook. New York: McDowell. 1960.

Box 5

Red Star Over Cuba. New York: Hillman/MacFadden. 1961.

Box 5

The Anti-Defamation League (5th Canadian Printing). Flesherton, Canada: Canadian Intelligence Publishing. 1951.

Box 5

The House of Secrets. New York: Duell, Sloan. 1959.

Box 5

Thugs and Communists (2nd Printing). Long Island, New York: Public Opinion. 1962.

Box 8

Organized banking. New York: Holt. 1918.

Box 8

By vote of the people. New York: Scribners. 1946.

Box 12

Inside the State Department. New York: Comet Press Books. 1956.

Box 8

House of Rockefeller. Washington D.C.: All America House. 1959.

Box 12

The iron curtain over America. Dallas: Wilkinson. 1956.

Box 12

The California legislature. Sacramento, California: State Printing Office. 1942, 1950 and 1957.

Box 11

God and man at Yale. Chicago: Regnery. 1951.

Box 8

Bullets and confetti - from the pages of American Opinion. Boston & Los Angeles: Western Islands. 1961.

Box 7

Collectivism in the churches. Wheaton, Illinois: Church League of America. 1956.

Box 8

The web of subversion. New York: John Day Company. 1954.

Box 7

National Review Reader. New York: The bookmailer. 1957.

Box 7

Your health - your sanity in the age of treason... Quakertown, Pennsylvania: Humanitarian Society. 1958.

Box 8

Democracy versus communism. Princeton, New Jersey: Institute of fiscal and political education. 1957.

Box 7

Constitutional crisis .. introduction by Congressman Dale Alford. New York: Speller. 1960.

Box 8

Martin Dies' story. New York: Bookmailer. 1963.

Box 12

The coming showdown. Boston: Little. 1942.

Box 11

While you slept. New York: Devin-Adair. 1958.

Box 11

'Fools gold'. An expose of un-American activities and political action in the United States since 1860 by 'The senator from Alaska' . New York: Madison & Marshall. 1936.

Box 8

Toward Soviet America. Balboa, California: Elgin Publications. 1961.

Box 8

The welfare staters. New York: Freedom Press. 1962.

Box 6

Strange fire. 1954.

Box 11

The conscience of a conservative. Shepherdsville, Kentucky: Victor Publishing Company. 1960.

Box 11

The tragedy of Bolivia. New York: Devin-Adair. 1958.

Box 11

The road to serfdom. Chicago: University of Chicago. 1944.

Box 12

Masters of deceit. New York: Holt. 1958.

Box 11

America swings to the left. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company. 1933.

Box 7

Workers' paradise lost. New York: Funk & Wagnalls. 1967.

Box 6

America's retreat from victory. New York: Devin-Adair. 1954.

Box 12

“Major speeches and debates of. . .” Reprinted from The Congressional Record. Washington D.C.: G.P.O. 1950-51.

Box 6

Russia and the peace. Mew York: MacMillan. 1944.

Box 12

Brain washing in the high schools. New York: Devin-Adair. 1959.

Box 6

Barry Goldwater: freedom is his flight plan. Foreword by Clarence Budington Kelland. New York: Fleet. 1962.

Box 6

Spies and traitors. New York: Prentice-Hall, Incorporated. 1945.

Box 7

The naked communist. Salt Lake City: Ensign Publishing Company. 1958.

Box 7

The hope of the world. Dallas: Miller. 1958.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 7

The Maurice and Laura Folk Foundation. Pittsburgh: Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. 1966.

Box 6

Red Fascism. Los Angeles: Federal Printing Company. 1947.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 6

The liberation of Italy. n.d.

 

Various Pamphlets, Leaflets, Brochures, etc. 1950's-60's.

Box 15

Soviet world outlook. A handbook of communist statements. 1959.

Box 17

Manual for Americanism workshop. “The ideals of American Heritage.” American Legion. November 1961-February 1962.

Box 17

“The Real threat of communism.” American Economic Foundation. November 15, 1961.

Box 18

Heads Up. “Dedicated to fight communism”. February 1964.

Box 21

The Fulton Lewis Jr. report on the fund for the republic. n.d.

Box 21

Does the American Civil Liberties Union serve the communist cause? What do you think?. November 1961.

Box 21

The key to the constitution of the United States. 1956.

Box 21

Handbook for “Summit.”. 1960.

Box 21

“My reasons for opposing fluoridation.”. n.d.

Box 21

The “Left Swing” in education. Including left-wing traps for youth. n.d.

Box 21

Various pamphlets, leaflets and brochures dealing with communism, immigration, democracy and foreign aid. 1944-67.

Box 22

Various pamphlets, leaflets and brochures on socialism, communism, segregation, education and Earl Warren. 1936-65.

Box 23

Various pamphlets, brochures, leaflets, articles and clippings on a wide variety of different causes. 1950's-60's.

Box 23

90 miles to hell. The rape of a nation. Jack Brady Associates. 1959.

Box 24

American Opinion pamphlets. 1961-62.

Box 24

Various pamphlets, brochures, leaflets, articles newspapers and clippings on a wide variety of different causes. 1950's-60's.

Box 24

The United States as a communist nation... under which flag? Statement of Austin T. Fleet. March 4, 1958.

Box 24

A business man looks at communism, by an American business man. January 1961.

Box 28

“The truth about the Foreign Policy Association.”. 1960.

Box 29

Does the American Civil Liberties Union serve the communist cause? What do you think?. 1962.

 

Periodicals.

Box 9

One Man's Opinion. 1956-57.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.1, no.1 (February 1956).
  • vol.1, no.5 (November 1956).
  • vol.2, no.6-10 (February-November 1957).
Box 9

American Opinion. 1958-60.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.1, no.1, 5, 7, 10 (1958).
  • vol.2, no.1, 2, 6-11 (1959).
  • vol.3, no.1-10 (1960).
  • vol.4, no.1-11 (1961).
Box 10

American Opinion. 1962-68.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.5, no.1-3, 5-11 (1962).
  • vol.6, no.1-5, 7-10 (1963)
  • vol.7, no.7 (1964).
  • vol.8, no.2-7 (1965)
  • vol.10, no.2, 5, 7-8 (1967)
  • vol.11, no.2, 5 (1968).
Box 13

Town Hall. 1966-68.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.28, no.37 (September 13, 1966).
  • vol.29, no.1, 3-4, 6-7, 10, 13-14, 18-19, 22-25, 27, 29-31, 33-35, 37-38, 40-49, 52 (1967).
  • vol.30, no.1-3, 5, 9-11 (1968).
Box 17

The Dan Smoot Report. 1964-68.

Box 18

Latin America Report. 1966-68.

Box 18

Liberty Letter published by Liberty Lobby. 1966-68.

Box 18

Liberty Line. Bellingham, Washington. 1967.

Box 18

Liberty Lobby. 1963-65.

Box 18

Liberty Lowdown, published by Liberty Lobby. 1966-67.

Box 18

The Manion Forum, South Bend, Indiana. 1967-68.

Box 18

News and Views. Eternal vigilance is forever the price of freedom. June 1962.

Box 19

A review of the news. n.d.

Box 19

Correction, please!. July 18, 1964.

Box 19

New Individualist Review. April 1961.

Box 19

Foreign Affairs. An American quarterly review (vol.40, no.3). April 1962.

Box 19

Free America. A magazine to promote independence. June 1939.

Box 19

Don Bell reports. Palm Beach, Florida. 1958, 1960.

Box 19

Problems of Communism (vol.12, no.1-3, 5). 1963.

Box 19

Soviet Highlights (vol.1, no.1). 1959.

Box 19

Scoop (vol.2, no.27). November 1941.

Box 19

The Freeman. A monthly journal of ideas on liberty. 1964-68.

Scope and Content Note

  • vol.14, no.5, 8 (1964).
  • vol.17, no.8-10 (1967).
  • vol.18, no.2-3 (1968).
Box 29

Manion Forum. Various issues. 1964-66.