Register of the Don Mulford Papers, 1963-1971

Finding aid prepared by Ronald Bulatoff; machine-readable finding aid created by James Lake
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Title: Don Mulford Papers
Date (inclusive): 1963-1971
Collection Number: 83032
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 4 manuscript boxes (1.7 linear feet)
Abstract: Correspondence, reports, bulletins, clippings, and government documents, relating to subversive activities and radicalism in California, and especially to student radicalism, primarily at the University of California, Berkeley.
Location note: Hoover Institution Archives.
Creator: Mulford, Don, 1915-

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Don Mulford Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1983.

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Biographical Note

1915, August 27 Born, Oakland, California
1939 AB, University of California, Berkeley
1957 Elected to California State Assembly, 18th District
1957-present California state legislator
1982-present State Chief of Protocol for Northern California

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, reports, bulletins, clippings, and government documents, relating to subversive activities and radicalism in California, and especially to student radicalism, primarily at the University of California, Berkeley.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

University of California, Berkeley.
California.
Radicalism--United States.
Student movements--United States.
Subversive activities--United States.
United States--Politics and government.
Universities and colleges--United States.

Box 1-4

SUBJECT FILE, 1963-1971

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, reports, bulletins, clippings, government documents pertaining to radicalism and left-wing movements in the United States, primarily in the Bay Area in California.
Box 1, Folder 1

Academic freedom

Folder 2

Aquinas Foundation

Folder 3

Anti-draft movements

Folder 4

Anti-ROTC movements

Folder 5-6

Berkeley

Folder 7-8

Black activism and Black Panthers

Folder 9

Campus revolutionaries

Folder 10-11

Campus unrest

Folder 12

Davis, Angela

Folder 13

Drugs

Folder 14

Oakland Boycott, 1968

Folder 15

Peace groups

 

Peoples Park, Berkeley, 1969

Folder 16

General

Box 2, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Military Department report

Folder 3-7

Radicalism in the United States

Box 3, Folder 1-2

Radicalism in the United States

Folder 2A

State Senate Factfinding Subcommittee on Un-American Activities, Analysis of the Thirteenth Report of the 1965,

Folder 3

Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)

Folder 3A

Terrorism

 

University of California

 

Berkeley

Folder 4-6

General, 1966-68

Box 4, Folder 1

General, 1966-68

 

Campus unrest

Folder 2-3

1963-69

Folder 4

1965-1970

Folder 5

1967-68

Folder 6

1968

Folder 7

1969

Folder 8

1970

Folder 9

Santa Barbara, riot, 1970

Folder 10

"The Web of the Left - Inter-relationships Between Various Left-leaning Organizations Active in the Bay Area," Berkeley, April 1967