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Guide to the Angela Davis trial, 1972-1974 M0308
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Carton 1

Trial transcript: Jan 10 1972 - March 17 1972

Carton 2

Trial transcript: March 27 1972 - April 27 1972

Carton 3

Trial transcript: May 1 1972 - June 1 1972

Carton  4, Folder 1

Trial notes:

Physical Description: 3 small notepads and ca. 100 3 x 5 typed cards.
Carton  4, Folder 2

Correspondence (Miscellaneous to Mrs. Timothy)

Carton  4, Folder 3

Correspondence - Hate mail

Carton  4, Folder 4

Big Times interview (unedited)

Carton  4, Folder 5

Two xerox copies of Jury Woman ms.

Carton  4, Folder 6

Timothy, Mary

 

Jury Woman

 

Palo Alto, CA, Emty Press, 1974.

Carton  4, Folder 7

Photographs

Carton  4, Folder 8

Typed ms (carbon copy) Mrs. Drumgo (Fleeta Drumgo's mother)

 

Interview with Ralph DeLange - a juror during the Angela Davis trial Xerox. In Guild by Association, National Lawyers' Guild, Santa Clara Valley Chapter,

Physical Description: (3 copies).
Carton  4, Folder 9

1. Frame up The opening defense statement made by Angela Y. Davis. March 27, 1972.

 

2. Peace, Friendship, solidarity Angela Davis in the GDR.

 

3. A political biography of Angela Davis.

 

4. Freed by the people 1972 Aug 7

Physical Description: 38 pp by National United Committee to free Angela Davis.
 

5. Stop the Grand Jury Undated

Physical Description: 4 pp.
 

6. Form letter from National Alliance against racist and political repression. 1974 Jan 7

Physical Description: 11 pp.
 

7. Black Workers and the class struggle by Roscoe Proctor, New York, New Outlook Publications, 1972 Feb

Physical Description: 37 pp.
Carton  4, Folder 10

1. Angela Davis talks about her future and her freedom in Jet pg. 54-57. 1972 Jul 27

 

2. Death in the van in Newsweek, pg 33-34. 1972 Apr 17

 

3. The Angela Davis case: behind the verdict in Newsweek, pg.30. 1972 Jun 19

 

4. Angela's triumphant acquittal in Time, pg 18. 1972 Jun 12

 

5. From the jury box book review of Juror number four by Edwin Kennebeck in Newsweek pg. 84. 1973 Feb 26

 

6. Crime and Justice from The Stanford Observor by Anthony G. Amsterdam, 1972 Aug.

Physical Description: 3 pp.
 

7. The IQ Bias BAttle by Jim Wood in San Francisco Sunday Chronicle. 1972 Sep 24

 

8. Whither thou goest by Ron Rosenbaum in Esquire. nd July

 

9. Angela Davis, from Birmingham to San JOse by Frank Stella in Fusion, pg. 24-25. 1972 July

 

10. Experiments behind bars: doctors, drug companies, and prisoners by Jessica Mitford in The Atlantic. 1973 Jan

Carton  4, Folder 11

Newsclippings - Trial and aftermath and related incidents.

Carton  4, Folder 12 - 28

Newsclippings - Trial and aftermath and related incidents.

 

Audio Tapes

Note

Tapes 4a, 4b, and 11, do not seem to be related to the trial, but are medical education recordings.
Box  5, Audiocassette 1

Alternate Juror, March 16, 1972

Box  5, Audiocassette 2

Jury Selection, March 21, 1972

Box  5, Audiocassette 3

March 28, 1972

Box  5, Audiocassette 5

Testimony, Wednesday, April 5 1972

Box  5, Audiocassette 6

Monday, April 10, 1972 April 10, 1972

Box  5, Audiocassette 7

April 14-19,1972

Box  5, Audiocassette 8

April 20-May 4, 1972

Box  5, Audiocassette 9

May 12, 1972

Box  5, Audiocassette 10

May 22, 1972 (First day of defense)

Box  5, Audiocassette 12

Mary Timothy, author of "Jury Woman," interviewed on Art Finley Show, KGO Radio, SF, 1/2/75 01/2/1975

Note

There are six copies of Tape 12 in the box.
Box  5, Audiocassette 13

Library Speech, Mary Timothy, Palo Alto [no date] no date