Preliminary Inventory to the Radical Right Collection, 1907-1982

Finding aid prepared by Hoover Institution Archives staff
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Title: Radical Right Collection
Date: 1907-1982
Collection Number: 90012
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 104 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box (44.2 linear feet)
Abstract: Pamphlets, leaflets, newspaper and serial issues, newsletters, bulletins, circulars, and other printed and near-print material, issued by right-wing organizations and individuals in the United States, relating to anti-communist, patriotic, fundamentalist, racist, anti-Semitic, neo-Nazi and other right-wing political movements and concerns in the United States, primarily since World War II. Includes material relating to world government, education, mental health, fluoridation and other issues. Includes a few letters and other manuscript materials.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Radical Right Collection, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1990.

Accruals

Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. To determine if this has occurred, find the collection in Stanford University's online catalog Socrates at http://library.stanford.edu/webcat . Materials have been added to the collection if the number of boxes listed in Socrates is larger than the number of boxes listed in this finding aid.

Scope and Contents note

Pamphlets, leaflets, newspaper and serial issues, newsletters, bulletins, circulars, and other printed and near-print material, issued by right-wing organizations and individuals in the United States, relating to anti-communist, patriotic, fundamentalist, racist, antisemitic, neo-Nazi and other right-wing political movements and concerns in the United States, primarily since World War II. Includes material relating to world government, education, mental health, fluoridation and other issues. Includes a few letters and other manuscript materials.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Anti-communist movements--United States.
Antisemitism--United States.
Christianity and politics.
Communism.
Conservatism.
Education--United States.
Education.
Fascism--United States.
Fundamentalism.
International organization.
Mental health--United States.
Racism--United States.
Right and left (Political science)
United States--Politics and government--1945-1989.
United States--Politics and government.
United States--Race relations.
United States--Religion.
Water--Fluoridation.

Box: 1

Goff, Kenneth

 

Dilling, Elizabeth

Box: 2

Winrod, Gerald and Gordon

Box: 3

Arizona

 

Arkansas

 

California

Box: 4-17

California

Box: 18

California

 

Colorado

Box: 19

Connecticut

 

Delaware

 

District of Columbia

Box: 20

District of Columbia

 

Florida

Box: 21

Idaho

 

Iowa

 

Kansas

 

Kentucky

 

Maryland

 

Massachusetts

Box: 22

Michigan

Box: 23

Mississippi

 

Missouri

Box: 24

Nebraska

 

New Hampshire

 

New Jersey

 

New Mexico

Box: 25-26

New York

Box: 27

New York

 

North Carolina

 

Oklahoma

 

Oregon

Box: 28

Pennsylvania

 

Utah

Box: 29

Washington

 

Wisconsin

 

Wyoming

 

Smith, Gerald L. K.

Box: 30-31

Smith, Gerald L. K.

Box: 32-33

Near Right (John T. Flynn, Daughters of the American Revolution, Moral Rearmament, Liberty Lobby, John Birch Society, American Mercury, etc.)

Box: 34

Near Right

 

Religious Right (W. S. McBirnie, Carl McIntire, Billy James Hargis, Fred Schwarz, etc.)

Box: 35

Religious Right

 

Fluoridation

Box: 36-37

Religion

Box: 38-40

Race

Box: 41-42

Antisemitism

Box: 43-44

United Nations, UNESCO, United World Federalists, etc.

Box: 45-46

Mental health

Box: 47-48

Education

Box: 49-83

Unsorted

Box: 84

Krystyna Boniecka, Who, What, Why: Satirical Illustrations and Text, (privately printed oversize album of political cartoons) 1970

Box: 85-97

Unsorted

 

Right-Wing materials

Box 103-105

General

Box 98

Americans for America

 

American Conservative Union

 

American Education Lobby

 

American Mercury (Houston), 1965-1966

 

"America's Future," 1970-1971

 

Anglican Orthodox Church

 

Anti-communist (miscellaneous)

 

Anti-communist (Christian)

 

Anti-Negro literature

 

"Armed Eagle," 1968-1969

 

Augusta Courier (Florida), 1969-1971

 

Biblical Missions (Philadelphia), 1970

 

Christian Beacon (Camden, New Jersey), 1966, 1970

 

Christian Business Man's League Bulletin (Minneapolis), 1967

Box 99

Christian Crusade

 

Christian Crusade Weekly (Tulsa, Oklahoma), 1969-1970

 

Christian Nationalist Crusade

 

Christian Patriot (Pittsburgh, PA), 1968

 

Christian Victory (Denver, Colorado), 1966

 

Citizens Council of Greater New Orleans, Incorporated

 

Committee of One Million

 

Committee to Restore the Constitution

 

Common Sense (Union, New Jersey), 1967-1971

 

Conservatives (general)

 

Cross and the Flag

 

Defender, 1964-1967

 

"Fellowship News," 1971

 

Fulbright letters

Box 100

Good News Broadcaster (Canada), 1970

 

"Gospel Truth," 1971

 

Human Events (Washington, D.C.), 1968, 1969

 

International Christian Relief

 

Jewish Week (New York), 1970-1971

 

John Birch Society

 

"Liberty Letter," 1966-1971

Box 101

"Manion Forum," 1969

 

"Mentor," 1971

 

Middle East

 

"Nation," 1968

 

National Education Program

 

National Renaissance Party

 

National Socialist White People's Party

 

"Pardon Me, But..."

 

Plain Truth (Pasadena, California), 1969

 

Success (Lansing, Michigan), 1966

 

"Technology Briefs"

 

Texas Eagle (Belton, Texas), 1970-1971

 

Through To Victory (Ridgecrest, California), 1970-1971

 

Truth Crusader (Harrisonburg, Virginia), 1969-1971

 

Voice of the Federation (Irving, New Jersey), 1970-1971

 

Woman Constitutionalist (Summit, Mississippi), 1972

Box 101

Miscellaneous