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Finding Aid to the Holland Roberts California Labor School Collection larc.ms.0243
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Series 1:  Memoirs, circa 1971

Extent: 28.0 folders
Box-folder 1/1

"Tentative Table of Contents" circa 1971

Box-folder 1/2

"Notes on My Life" circa 1971

Box-folder 1/3

"The War Years at Stanford and the California Labor School" circa 1971

Box-folder 1/4

"Labor School Days" circa 1971

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"A School of a New Type" circa 1971

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"What Kind of School Does America Need?" circa 1971

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"Filling the Vacuum" circa 1971

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"Bill Crocker" (donor) circa 1971

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"The School as a Social Learning Center" circa 1971

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"Our Teachers Came to Us" circa 1971

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"Personalities Around the School" circa 1971

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"Bill Freeman" (student) circa 1971

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"The GI Bill of Rights" circa 1971

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"The Building Crisis" circa 1971

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"Changing the World: Toward World Peace" circa 1971

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"1948-The School at Its Peak" circa 1971

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"Library Days and Nights" circa 1971

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"Publications, Adaptations, Recordings" circa 1971

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"Escaping Subpoena Servers: Dave Goes Through the Skylight" circa 1971

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"An FBI Episode of Strangulation" circa 1971

Box-folder 1/21

"Conspiracy to Destroy Our School" circa 1971

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Untitled Chapter Fragment (government closing of the School) circa 1971

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"Who Has These Rights?" circa 1971

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"Franklyn, et al" (Dr. Bruce Franklyn, fired from Stanford) circa 1971

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"Were We Dominated by the Communist Party?" circa 1971

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Untitled Chapter Fragment (World Peace Congress, Warsaw, cancellation of passport by U.S. State Department, 1950) circa 1971

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Untitled Chapter Fragment (Hitler's ties to corporate America; world's workers and unions need for labor education) circa 1971

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Untitled Chapter Fragment (Academic freedom, HUAC Hearings, San Francisco 1960) circa 1971

 

Series 2:  Holland Roberts, 1964, 1976, undated

Extent: 2.0 folders
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Biography, Obituaries

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"The Indivisibility of International Trade, Jobs and Peace," by Holland Roberts, Worldwide Trade For Peace, Helen Alfred, Editor 1964

 

Series 3:  California Labor School, 1944-1957

Extent: 15.0 folders
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Administration: Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws 1944 February

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Administration: Bulk Mail Permits 1951-1954

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Administration: Correspondence, General 1946-1947

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Administration: Faculty Directory 1946

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Administration: Fundraising 1945-1947, 1957

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Administration: Veterans Program under G.I. Bill of Rights 1946-1947

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Attacks: Tenney Committee Hearings, Statements by Dave Jenkins, Holland Roberts and the California Labor School 1946

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Attacks: The Subversive Activities Control Board (U.S. Department of Justice) 1956-1957

Box-folder 2/11

Classes, Schedules and Events 1955-1957

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Classes, Course Outline, "The Negro Question" undated

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Classes, Course Outlines, "American History" 1946-1947

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Classes, Course Outlines, "U.S. History" 1954-1956

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Classes, Course Outline on U.S. History, Criticism undated

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Classes, Course Outline, "Historical Materialism" undated

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Classes, Course Outlines, "Introduction to Dialectics" and "Our Country, Its History and Its People" 1953, 1955

 

Series 4:  Jefferson School of Social Science, undated

Extent: 1.0 folder
Box-folder 2/18

Classes: Course Outlines, "History of Europe, 1789-1914," "History of China," "History of the United States: Reconstruction to 1929," "History of the Labor Movement in the U.S., 1917-1948," "History of the American Negro" undated