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Frank Wilkinson Papers, 1929-1999
MSS 087  
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This is a collection of materials created and/or collected by Frank Wilkinson during the period 1929-1999. The bulk of the collection is comprised of correspondence, photographs and newspaper clippings. Frank Wilkinson has spent the better part of his life directly involved with the issues and movements surrounding civil liberties and first amendment freedoms. The materials in this collection reflect many of these activities.
Background and Education I believe that I shall be compelled by matters of personal conscience to refuse to answer the question and state that I am doing so because of personal conscience, and I'd like to assure you that there is nothing that I have belonged to that I am not completely proud and that my personal record wouldn't make me proud to state, but I do not feel that I want to answer this question and, if necessary, I would hold that to answer such a question might in some way incriminate me.
26 legal size boxes, 12 letter size boxes, 1 oversize box; 15 linear feet
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