The records of the National United Committee to Free Angela Davis consists overwhelmingly of support letters, most sent from
East Germany and the Soviet Union, which the group used to demonstrate global opinion about her conspiracy trial in California.
The collection also contains some of the organization's administrative records, publications and correspondence with a variety
of other political organizations. There is a small amount of material by Davis herself.
250 Linear Feet
(489 boxes, 11 oversize folders)
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