Robert Alan Goldberg papers, 1880-2000  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Goldberg, Robert Alan, 1949-
Title
Robert Alan Goldberg papers
Dates
1880-2000 (inclusive)
Quantity
circa 24 linear feet
Collection Number
Accn0731
Summary
The Robert Alan Goldberg papers (1880-2000) house materials gathered by Goldberg while researching information for his books, Back to the Soil: The Jewish Farmers of Clarion, Utah, and Their World and Grassroots Resistance: Social Movements in Twentieth Century America. Goldberg is a professor of history at the University of Utah whose specialities include American social movements and the American West. The Clarion collection consists of diaries, monographs, and news articles by or regarding the Clarion participants, as well as interviews, research questionnaires, and correspondence with their descendants. The Grassroots Resistance material includes 110 newspapers, various magazine articles and interviews, and brochures and flyers from activist, civic and other organizations of the 1960s and 1970s. Other research and general materials are also included in the collection.
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860
Telephone: 801-581-8863
special@library.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Robert Alan Goldberg is a professor of history at the University of Utah whose specialities include American social movements and the American West.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Robert Alan Goldberg papers (1880-2000) house materials gathered by Goldberg while researching information for his books, Back to the Soil: The Jewish Farmers of Clarion, Utah, and Their World (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1986) and Grassroots Resistance: Social Movements in Twentieth Century America (Belmont: Wadsworth, 1991). The Clarion collection consists of diaries, monographs, and news articles by or regarding the Clarion participants, as well as interviews, research questionnaires, and correspondence with their descendants. The Grassroots Resistance material includes 110 newspapers, various magazine articles and interviews, and brochures and flyers from activist, civic and other organizations of the 1960s and 1970s.

The materials for the book, Back to the Soil: The Jewish Farmers of Clarion, Utah and Their World, are housed in boxes 1-4. Clarion was a Jewish agricultural settlement which existed from 1912 to 1915, with the last members leaving in the 1920s. It was led by Benjamin Brown and other Jewish immigrants from the Pale of Russia and Poland. The colony received homestead land from the state of Utah and tried to establish an agricultural Jewish community near Gunnison in Sanpete County. The small community failed shortly after being established because of poor soil, lack of water, physical hardships, and discontent among its members. Box 1 includes the initial research proposal, and the diaries, monographs, and transcripts of interviews used to form the basis of the book. Most of these papers are in Yiddish with English translations, and were written by the leaders of the agriculture experiment. Box 2 holds two drafts of Goldberg's book. Boxes 3-4 contain correspondence with and written recollections from the survivors of Clarion and or their family members. This material is organized alphabetically by family name.

The materials for Grassroots Resistance: Social Movements in Twentieth Century America are housed in boxes 5-21. They consist of brochures, newsletters, newspapers, and membership applications from activist groups. Magazine articles and news clippings about the activities of these academic, political, religious, and or radical organizations from the 1960s-1970s era are also included. Some of the groups represented are the National Socialist White People's Party, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Christian Anti-Communists Crusade, Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam, the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, the National Organization for Women, and the Rainbow Family of Living Light. Box 5 has material on African American history and the civil rights movement from 1968 to 1972. Boxes 6-14 contain information on the various activist groups and are arranged alphabetically by group name. Box 15 houses information on activist causes prevalent in the United States during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Boxes 16-20 hold 110 different newspapers from this same era. The newspapers are from Cuba, China, Vietnam, and the activist syndicated underground press, as well as some established American newspapers. The newspaper publications are listed in alphabetical order by their published trade name with a cross reference to the publishing organization in the folder description.

Addenda to the collection includes other research and general materials.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: Robert Alan Goldberg papers, ACCN 0731, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations: ACCN 0731.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Clarion Settlement Project, Abstract and Research DocumentsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Project Proposal and List of Resource Material
1 2
Benjamin Brown, Reminiscence
The Memories of Benjamin Brown, written twenty-five years after his efforts to lead the Jewish agriculture experiment of Clarion, Utah. As the project's leader, Brown tells of the philosophy and organization of the colony, its history, and its decline.
1935
1 3-6
Interview with Samuel Chatzky
Photocopied personal notes of Samuel Chatzky, the last living survivor of the Clarion Experiment. He recalls life in Russia, Philadelphia, and Clarion. Written in Yiddish with English translation.
1910-1912
1 7-10
A Short History of Clarion, The Jewish Colony in the State of Utah
A monograph by B. D. Silverman, one of Benjamin Brown's chief antagonists and a member of the Clarion settlement.
1930-1940
1 11-12
Yiddish News Articles
Articles about Clarion, Utah, with English translations.
1912-1918
1 13-16
Virgin Soil
A monograph by Isaac Friedland, a member of the Clarion settlement. Written in Hebrew with an English translation.
1930
1 17
Correspondence to Goldberg Regarding Translation Fees
The letter concerns payment for the translation of (from Yiddish to English) by Max Rosenfield.
1983
1 18-25
The Clarion Colony
A photocopy of an account of the Clarion experience (written in Yiddish,) by one of the participants in the Clarion community.
1910
1 26-32
The Clarion Colony
English Translation.
2
Back to the Soil: The Jewish Farmers of Clarion, Utah, and Their World , Drafts

Clarion Settlement Families, A to ZReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
3 1
Aberman, Joseph and Rosa
3 2
Ayeroff, Nathan and Rachel
3 3
Barak, Samuel and Ella; and Barak, Samuel and Ida
3 4
Bassin, Abraham and Fannie
3 5-6
Bernstein, David and Sara
3 7
Binder, Aaron and Rose
3 8
Boyarsky, David and Rae
3 9-14
Brown, Benjamin and Clara
3 15
Brownstein, Joseph and Pauline
3 16
Cohen, David and Sophie
3 17
Farbman, Morris and Martha
3 18
Furman, Joseph and Gussie
3 19
Geronemus, Alexander and Helen
3 20
Gesin, Heyman
3 21-22
Grishkarn, Samuel and Julia
3 23
Hamburger, Louis and Celia
3 24
Herbst, Isaac and Anna
3 25
Isgur, Isaac and Annie
3 26
Kreger, Hyman and Sarah
3 27-32
Kristol, Samuel and Rebecca
4 1-2
Levitsky, Samuel and Clara
4 3
Lieberman, Samuel and Rose
4 4-6
Malamed, Moshe and Miriam
4 7
Mastrow, Isadore and Sarah
4 8
Misler, Charles and Bessie; Misler, Max and Fanny; and Misler, Samuel and Laya
4 9
Nilva, Joseph and Eva
4 10
Pally, Barnet and Rachel
4 11-12
Plonsky, Max; Plonsky, Mendel and Anna; Plonsky, Philip and Esther; Plonsky, Benjamin and Bessie; and Plonsky, Louis
4 13
Radding, Joseph and Esther
4 14-22
Radding, Esther, Her Diary
4 23
Sack, Samuel
4 24
Shein, Abraham
4 25
Silverman, Barney
4 26
Simon, Joseph and Leah
4 27
Sokolov, Barney and Mary
4 28
Sternfield, Solomon and Goldie
4 29
Yigdoll, Harry and Bessie

Black History and Civil RightsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
5 1
Civil Rights News Clippings
1966-1969
5 2
"Negro Ban Has Wide Effect"
An article discussing the policy of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints regarding African Americans.
5 3
Historical Fictions , Review
A commentary by ten black writers on William Styron's novel is reviewed.
1968
5 4
Edith Weigert, "The Role of Sympathy in the Psychotherapeutic Process," Pastoral Psychology
Photocopy of a reprint of the lecture given at the Ninth Annual Karen Horney Lecture, read before the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis at the New York Academy of Medicine in March 1961.
1963
5 5
Malcolm Boyd, "Speaking of Books: Thinking Black," New York Times Book Review
Article on "black" books and how they have dealt with African Americans.
1967
5 6
"Search for a Black," Life Magazine
Series of four articles on the history of Blacks in America.
1960
5 7
"They Had A Dream," Nebraska Newspaper Series
Series of news articles on notable African Americans that contributed to the development of the United States.
5 8-9
The Need for Black History Studies
Several articles on the controversy of the need for educational institutions to develop African American history program.
1968-1969
5 10
Whites vs. Blacks, Statistics
Two statistical reports comparing blacks' and whites' abilities.
5 11
Playboy Interview with Martin Luther King
1965
5 12-13
"Martin Luther King's Constitution: A Legal History of the Montgomery Bus Boycott," by Randall Kennedy, The Yale Law Journal
1989
5 14
Martin Luther King Jr., "The Negro Is Your Brother" The Atlantic Monthly
Letter written while imprisoned in the Birmingham jail, as a participant in nonviolent demonstrations against segregation in Birmingham, Alabama.
1963
5 15
C. Vann Woodward, "The Anti-slavery Myth," The American Scholar
1962
5 16
Robert Coles, "Children and Racial Demonstrations," The American Scholar
1965
5 17
Eugene D. Genovese, "The Legacy of Slavery and the Roots of Black Nationalism"
From Socialist Scholars Conference, reprinted in 1964.
1964
5 18
Letter to Dr. N. M. Perry, President of Harvard University, from Archibald B. Roosevelt
The letter expresses Roosevelt's strong negative feelings toward the announcement of Dr. Ralph Bunche's nomination to the Harvard Board of Overseers.
1959
5 19
Gene Marin, "The Persecution and Assassination of Black Panther," Ramparts Magazine
1968
5 20
"Black Misery"
Photocopied reprints of cartoons by Langston Hughes from his book.
1969
5 21
Charles S. Isaacs, "Teacher Tells It like He Sees It," New York Times Magazine
1968
5 22
Soledad Brothers' Defense Committee
5 23
"The Future of Black Leadership," Time Magazine
1969
5 24
Martin Luther King's Review, "Where Do We Go From Here: Chage or Community," New York Review
1967
5 25
Adrian Dove, "Soul Story," New York Times Magazine
1968
5 26
"Cosby: Uptight and Not So Funny"
Interview with entertainer Bill Cosby.
1969
5 27
Kirk Sales, "The Amsterdam News," by Kirk Sales, New York Times Magazine
1969
5 28
Staughton Lynd, "A Radical Speaks in Defense of S.N.C.C.," New York Times Magazine
1963
5 29
Review of "White Racism and Black Emancipation," The New York Review of Books
1968

Activist Groups, A to ZReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
6 1
American Association for the United Nations
6 2
American Association of University Professors
6 3-4
American Civil Liberties Union
6 5
American Conservative Union
6 6-7
American Council of Christian Churches
6 8
The American Economic Foundation
6 9
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
6 10
American Flag Committee
6 11
American Institute for Economic Research
6 12
Americans for America
6 13-14
Americans for Constitutional Action
6 15
Americans for the Competitive Enterprise System
6 16-17
Americans for Democratic Action
6 18
Americans for National Security
6 19
Americans for Peace
6 20-21
America's Future
6 22
Amnesty International
6 23
The Anti-Communist League of America
7 1
Bible vs. Communism
Written by Leroy Brownlow, Brownlow Publications, Fort Worth, Texas.
1961
7 2
Black Panther Party
7 3-4
Bob Jones University, Greenville, South Carolina
7 5
California Board of Regents
Letters received in protest of students' campus actions.
1968-1969
7 6
Center for Constitutional Rights
7 7
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
7 8-14
Christian Anti-Communism Crusade
7 15
Christian Beacon Sponsoring the 20th Century Reformation Hour with Carl McIntire, D.D., Editor
8 1-6
Christian Crusade
8 7
Christian Freedom Foundation
8 8
Christian National Crusade
8 9
Church League of America
8 10
Citizens Councils of America
8 11
Citizen's Movement for Human Rights
8 12
Civil Liberties Legal Defense Fund, Inc
8 13
Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Vietnam
8 14
Committee of Christian Laymen, Inc
8 15-16
Committee of One Million
8 17
Committee to Restore the Constitution
8 18
Committee to Warn of Communist Imports
8 19
Common Cause
8 20
Conference of Economic Progress
8 21
Conservative Society of America
8 22
Constitution Parties of the United States
8 23
Constructive Action, Inc.
8 24
Council for a Livable World
9 1
The Daily World
Subscription pamphlets published for a communist newspaper by the Long View Publishing Co., Inc., New York, New York.
9 2
The Dan Smoot Report
1968
9 3
The Defenders of the Christian Faith
9 4
Defenders of the American Constitution
1968
9 5
The Defense Committee
9 6
Dissent
A bi-monthly democratic and radical newsletter.
1960
9 7
The Enemy Within
Small booklet written by Wickliffe B. Vennard, Sr and published by the Forum Publishing Company, Boston, Massachusetts.
1960
9 8
Equal Rights Amendment Material
9 9
Fact Finder
Brochure published by Harry T. Everingham. Chicago, Illinois and Phoenix, Arizona issues.
1963-1969
9 10-15
The Foundation for Economic Education, Inc.
Two brochures, "Notes from FEE" (1968) and "The Freeman," (1955-1969).
1955-1969
9 16
The Free Society Association
9 17-18
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania
9 19
Frontlash
1970
9 20
The Fund for the Feminist Majority
9 21
Godhead
Magazine of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, published by the ISKCON Press New York, New York.
1969
9 22
Handbills
Miscellaneous handbills advertising meetings and marches.
1967-1970
9 23-24
Harding College, Searcy, Arkansas
9 25
Hennacy, Ammon
Letters from and about this Salt Lake City activist and protester.
1969-1970
10 1
The Herald of Freedom
Published by Herald of Freedom, Zarephath, New Jersey.
1968
10 2
Vernon E. Schroeder, "The Hope of America," No. 124, Broadcast
1960
10 3
Human Events
Weekly Washington Report, published by Human Events, Inc., Washington, D.C.
1965-1970
10 4
The Independent American
Publishers of a government awareness and watch dog pamphlet.
1960
10 5-6
Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Inc.
1968
10 7
International Socialist Review
Published by International Socialist Review Publishing Association, New York, New York.
1971
10 8-9
John Birch Society
10 10
Keep America Committee
10 11
Kent Legal Defense Fund
10 12-13
The King's College
10 14-15
Ku Klux Klan
Various articles about the Klan.
1960s
11 1-8
League for Industrial Democracy
11 9
Legal Defense Fund
11 10
Legion for the Survival of Freedom
1960-1969
11 11
Let Freedom Ring
11 12
Liberation
A magazine, and various pamphlets published by Pelley Publications, Asheville, North Carolina.
1938
11 13-15
Liberty Amendment Committee
1968
11 16
Liberty Lobby, Inc.
1960-1969
12 1
The Manion Forum , South Bend, Indiana
Transcripts from weekly broadcast by Dean Manion.
12 2
The Medgar Evers Fund
12 3
Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tennessee
12 4
Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund
12 5
The Minutemen
12 6
Montreal Council to Aid War Resisters
Published legal instructions on immigrating to Canada to avoid the draft in to the armed services of the United States.
1969
12 7
Mormon Right Wing Material
Brochures and literature, some written by Elder Ezra Taft Benson, on anti-communism.
1968
12 8
"The Murder of Malcolm X"
1997
12 9-12
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Pamphlets and news articles dealing with segregation.
12 13
National Committee for a Political Settlement in Vietnam
12 14
National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy
Various pamphlets and publications.
12 15
National Council of Negro Women, Inc
12 16
National Economic Council
12 17
The National Education Program
12 18
The National Organization of Women
12 19
National Parks and Conservation Association
12 20
National Peace Action Coalition
12 21
National Right To Work Legal Defense and Education Foundation
12 22-23
National Socialist White People's Party
12 24
National Urban League
12 25
Nature Conservancy
12 26
Network of Patriotic Letter Writers
12 27
New University Conference
12 28
The Norman Thomas Interns
12 29
NOW in Utah
13 1
Oral Roberts University
13 2
Patriotic Education, Inc
13 3
Peking Review
Published by Guozi Sherdian, Peking, China.
1969
13 4
Poor Richard's Bookshop
Flyers and order blanks from, Frank Ranuzzi, owner, Hamilton, Montana.
1960
13 5
Progressive Labor Party
1969-1996
13 6
Prohibition Party
13 7
The Public Life
A bi-weekly journal of politics, published by Walter Karp and H. R. Shapiro, editors, New York, New York.
1969
13 8
Publius & Associates
Pamphlets published by Publius & Associates, Temple City, California.
1960
13 9
The Radical Education Project
13 10
The Radical Historians Caucus, Organization of American Historians
Agendas, notes, and legislation at their 1970 convention.
13 11
The Radical Teacher
Published by The New University Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
1960
13 12
"The Rainbow Family of Living Light"
Honors 212H research paper written by Kenneth L. Critchfield II.
13 13
The Rural Advancement Fund
13 14
The Sage , Issue No. 1969
Published by the State of New Mexico.
13 15
SANE (A Citizens' Organization for a Sane World)
13 16
Scholarship, Education, and Defense Fund for Radical Equality
13 17
"Sensitivity Training - A Word of Caution"
Photocopy of article by W. Cleon Skousen.
1967
13 18
Sheldon College, Cape May, New Jersey
13 19
Socialist Labor Party
13 20
Socialist Party, U.S.A.
13 21
Socialist Workers' Party
13 22
Soldiers of the Cross
Pamphlet published by group with a call for action, Englewood, Colorado.
1960
13 23
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference
13 24
Southern Conference Educational Fund
14 1
Southern Poverty Law Center
14 2
Stop NSA (National Students' Association) Committee
14 3
Students for a Democratic Society
14 4
Students and Youth for a People's Peace
14 5
TACT (Truth About Civil Turmoil)
Published by Correction, Please!, Belmont, Massachusetts.
1969
14 6
Tactics
Edward Hunter, publisher and editor, Arlington, Virginia.
1968
14 7
Twentieth Century Reformation Hour, Rev. Carl McIntire, Collingswood, New Jersey
1970
14 8
U. S. E. D.
University of Utah student publication.
1970
14 9
United Farm Workers Organization
14 10
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization
14 11
United Negro College Fund
14 12
United States Day Committee
14 13
United States Servicemen's Fund
14 14-15
University of Utah, Vietnam Protest Groups
Papers, handbills, and petitions concerning the war in Vietnam.
1960
14 16
Utah Peace and Freedom Party
14 17
Utah Wilderness Association
14 18-19
Voice of Americanism
News analysis ministry by books, publications and daily radio (November 1968). Stewart McBirnie, Glendale, California.
ca. 1960
14 20
Voice of the Women's Liberation Movement
14 21
War Resisters League
14 22
Watchtower , 1969; Awake , 1969
Watchtower is published by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania. Awake is published by the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc., New York, New York.
1969
14 23
Williams Intelligence Summary
14 24-25
Women of Youth Against War and Fascism
1970-1971
14 26
Workers Defense League
14 27
Young Americans for Freedom.
A magazine published by Young Americans for Freedom, Inc., Washington, D.C.
1966
14 28
Young Peoples Socialists League
14 29
Young Socialist Alliance
14 30
Youth Against War and Fascism
14 31
Zion's Opinion
Newspaper published at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
1969

Activist CausesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
15 1
Abortion Rights
15 2
Anti Defamation League
15 3-6
Animal Rights
15 7-8
Environmental Information
15 9
Gay Rights
15 10
Gulf War
15 11-13
Southern Poverty Law Center
15 14
Women's Rights

Newspapers, A to ZReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
16 1
ADA
Newspaper of Americans for Democratic Action.
1969
16 2
The Activist
One of three newspapers of the Youth Against War and Fascism.
1971
16 3
Akwesasne Notes
Indian unity newspaper, published by Antioch-Putney Graduate School of Education, Putney, Vermont.
1969
16 4
Amnesty Action
Newspaper for Amnesty International, human rights advocates.
1989-1991
16 5
Amsterdam News
Black daily newspaper published by Powell-Savory Corporation, Brooklyn and New York City issues.
1969
16 6
Astral Projection
Independent publication composed of articles sent in by readers. Published in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
1969
16 7
Atlantic Weekly
Published in Maplewood, New Jersey.
1969
16 8
Berkeley Barb
Published in Berkeley, California and a member of the Underground Press Syndicate.
1969
16 9
Berkeley Tribe
Published by the Red Mountain Tribe, Berkeley, California.
1969
16 10
The Black Panther
Newspaper of the Black Panthers.
1969-1970
16 11
The Bond
Published by American Servicemen's Union, New York, New York.
1969-1971
16 12
Caliche
Tribal Newspaper published by Caliche County Rendering Works, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
1969
16 13
Catholic Radical
Organ of the Catholic Worker Movement, published by Casa Maria Community, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
1970
16 14
Catholic Worker
Organ of the Catholic Worker Movement, New York, New York.
1967-1970
16 15
Central City News
Neighborhood newspaper published by Central City News, Salt Lake City, Utah.
1969
16 16
Challenge
English and Spanish newspaper published in New York City, New York.
1969- 1971
16 17
Cherokee Examiner
Native American activist magazine, published by General Assistance Publishing Program, South Pasadena, California.
1969
16 18
Christian Beacon
Religious newspaper for the 20th Century Reformation Hour, a radio program. Published by Christian Beacon, Collingswood, New Jersey.
1969
16 19
The Chronicle
University of Utah student news publication, Salt Lake City, Utah.
1969-1991
16 20
Civil Liberties
Newspaper of the American Civil Liberties Union.
1968-1971
16 21
Coalition News
Newspaper backing a local candidate, Loni Hancock for re-election. Published by Berkeley Coalition Committee, Berkeley, California.
1969
16 22
Common Sense
Published by the Christian Education Association.
1968-1969
16 23
The Conservative Journal
Published by the Conservative Society of America, New Orleans, Louisiana.
1969
16 24
The Councilor
Published by the White Citizens Council of Louisiana.
1969
17 1
da da Boom
A joint project with Angry City Press and Cave Energies Publishing Companies, Cleveland, Ohio. An environmentally-directed newspaper concerning Lake Erie.
1971
17 2
The Daily Nebraskan
University of Nebraska's student newspaper, Lincoln, Nebraska.
1964-1969
17 3
The Daily World
Published by the Long View Publishing Co., Inc, New York, New York.
1969-1971
17 4
Defense of Man
Published by Young Peoples Socialists League.
1970
17 5
Dock of the Bay
Weekly newspaper of the city of San Francisco, published by Bay Area Media Work, San Francisco, California.
1969
17 6
The East Village Other
Weekly area publication, New York, New York. A member of the Underground Press Syndication.
1969
17 7
Electric News
Environment and Anti-Vietnam War Paper Published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1969
17 8
El Grito
An Hispanic newspaper published by El Grito Del Norte, Espanola, New Mexico.
1969
17 9
El Malcriado (Voice of the Farm Worker)
Organ of the United Farm Workers, Delano, California. Published by United Farm-Workers Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO.
1969
17 10
El Papel
A Hispanic newspaper published by individuals from United Mexican-American Students of the University of New Mexico, Brown Berets, The Raza High School Students, Project Dignity, Quebrar, the University of New Mexico Physical Plant Employees, Trabajadores Sociales de la Raza, and the First Americans, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Member of the Chicano Press Association.
1969
17 11
The Fountain of Light
Counter-culture newspaper published in Taos, New Mexico.
1965
17 12
The Free Venice Beachhead
Newspaper featuring local news, published in Venice, California.
1969
17 13
Free Press of Lou
A counter-culture newspaper published by the Free Publishing Company, Louisville, Kentucky. Member of the Underground Press Syndication.
1969
17 14
GI Press Service
A newspaper directed toward American servicemen and published by the Student Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, Washington, DC.
1971
17 15
Gramma
English newspaper published by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, Havana, Cuba.
1968-1969
17 16
Habitat World
Official newspaper for Habitat for Humanity, a group building low cost housing.
1990-1992
17 17
The Haight Ashberry Express
Newspaper published in San Francisco, California.
1968
17 18
Headlines
Publication for students, writers, and speakers. Its mission statement proclaimed its absence of politics or partisanship and its dedication to the preservation of the American "way of life."
1952
17 19
Holdridge News Notes
Published by the Foundation for the Advancement of Social Sciences, Sherman Oaks, California.
1958
17 20
Human Events
Published by Human Events, Inc., Washington, D.C.
1968-1969
17 21
I Wor Kuen
Sample copy of a Chinese American newspaper published in New York, New York. Half of the newspaper is written in English and half in Chinese.
1971
17 22
The Independent American
Anti-Communist newspaper published by Free Men Speak, Inc., New Orleans, Louisiana.
1968-1969
17 23
Industrial Worker
A union-supported newspaper published by the Industrial Workers of the World, Chicago, Illinois.
1969
17 24
Inner Space
The first issue of counter-culture, religious magazine published in Reno, Nevada.
1970
17 25
Intermountain Jewish News
Weekly paper published by Intermountain Jews News, Denver, Colorado.
1990
17 26
Jailbreak
One of three newspapers published by Youth Against War and Fascism.
1977
17 27
Journal and Guide
African American daily newspaper published by The Guide Publishing Comp., Norfolk, Virginia.
1971
17 28
Kaleidoscope
Counter-culture newspaper and a member of the Underground Press Syndication, published in Chicago, Illinois.
1969
17 29
Las Vegas Free Press
A counter-culture weekly newspaper published in Las Vegas, Nevada.
1970
17 30
Law Report
Publication of the Southern Poverty Law Center and Klan Watch Project, Montgomery, Alabama.
1990-1991
17 31
Leviathan
Anti-Vietnam War and anti-political prisoners newspaper published by V. R. Leviathan Publications, Inc., San Francisco, California.
1969
18 1
Liberated Guardian
A Liberated National Publication written by Liberated Guardian Workers Collective, members of the Industrial Workers of the World, published in New York, New York.
1970
18 2
Liberty Lobby, Inc.
Concerned with United States Congressional members and their legislative actions, published in Washington, D.C.
1969
18 3
Listen
Mostly writings by Dr. Martin Rywell, published by the Pioneer Press, Harriman, Tennessee.
1968-1969
18 4
Los Angeles Free Press
Counter-culture newspaper printed by Arthur Kunkin, Los Angeles, California.
1970-1971
18 5
MAYDAY
Anti-war newspaper stressing activist events in Washington D.C. during the week of May 1st to May 7th.
1971
18 6
May Day Funnies, Calendar, and Map
Cartoons and drawings by Alex Ginsburg in newspaper format.
1971
18 7
Metro-Press
Counter-culture newspaper published and edited by Albert Mitchell, Los Angeles, California.
1970
18 8-10
The Militant
Newspaper of the Socialist Workers' Party. Published by the Militant Publishing Association, New York, New York.
1969-1971
18 11
The Movement
Monthly activist newspaper published by The Movement Press, San Francisco, California.
1969
18 12
Muhammad Speaks
Weekly publication of the Black Muslims published in Chicago, Illinois.
1966-1990
19 1
National Catholic Reporter
A weekly publication of the National Catholic Reporter Publishing Company, Kansas City, Missouri.
1970
19 2
National Review
A politically-oriented weekly newsletter edited by William F. Buckley, Jr., and published in Bristol, Connecticut.
1969
19 3-5
National Times
Monthly publication of the National Organization of Women. Published in Washington, D.C.
1978-1991
19 6
The Nebraska Beacon
Newspaper published by Nebraska Beacon, Inc., Lincoln, Nebraska.
1962
19 7
New America
Newspaper published by the Socialist Labor Party of America, Brooklyn, New York.
1963-1971
19 8
The New Mexico Review and Legislative Journal
Published by the New Mexico State News Bureau, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
1969
19 9
The New Patriot
Published by Johnny Appleseed Patriotic Publications, Chicago, Illinois.
1970
19 10
The New Worker
Published by the Communist Party, Los Angeles, California.
1969
19 11-12
Network of Patriotic Writers
Each issue consists of reprints from other published material in condensed form. There are no issue dates, only dates and credits on the assembled articles.
1964-1969
19 13
Nola Express , No. 79
Counter-culture publication published by the Southern Louisiana Media Corp. A member of the Underground Press Syndicate.
1971
19 14
NOW In Utah
Newspaper of Utah State Chapter of the National Organization for Women. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1989-1991
19 15
Palante, Partido de los Young Lords
Puerto Rican newspaper printed in New York and written in both English and Spanish.
1971
19 16
Plain Rapper
Anti-war newspaper published by the Palo Alto Resistance, Palo Alto, California.
1969
19 17-18
Peoples' World
Newspaper supporting the "struggle for Socialism" and published by The Pacific Publishing Foundation, Inc., San Francisco, California.
1969-1970
20 1
The Pittsburgh Courier
Philadelphia edition. African American newspaper published by New Pittsburgh Courier, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
1969
20 2
Quicksilver Times
Counter-culture, anti-war newspaper published by the Washington Independent Publishing Co, Washington, D.C.
1969
20 3
Rat
Newspaper published by R. A. T. Publications, New York, New York, and a member of the Underground Press Syndication.
1970
20 4
Redtimes
One of three newspapers published by Youth Against War and Fascism.
1977
20 5
Resistance
A student newspaper published in Adelphi, Maryland.
1970
20 6
Revolutionary Marxist Caucus Newsletter
Published by the Revolutionary Marxist Caucus, New York, New York.
1971
20 7
Rising Up Angry
Published by Rising Up Angry Publishers, Chicago, Illinois.
1971
20 8
Rolling Stone
Published by Straight Arrow Publishers, San Francisco, California.
1969
20 9
Route One Gazette
Student newspaper, published by the Democratic Radical Union of Maryland at the University of Maryland.
1971
20 10
Salt Lake Prospect
Newspaper featuring national and local news. Published in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1991
20 11
The Southern Review , 27
Published by Southern Review Publishing Co., Jackson, Mississippi. Racist newspaper featuring excerpts from the book written by Thomas Dixon, Jr.
1969
20 12
Spring Movement
Washington, D.C., based newspaper listing all of the marches and peace rallies to be held in Washington, D.C. during Spring 1971.
1971
20 13
Student Action
Published by Campus Crusade for Christ, San Bernardino, California.
1968
20 14
The Student Mobilizer
Small handbill and flyer printed by The Student Mobilization Committee to advertise and encourage May 5, 1971, as National Moratorium Day to stop the Vietnam War.
1971
20 15
The Title of Liberty
Published by Tri-State Publishing Co., Hurricane, Utah.
1969
20 16
The Tribal Messenger
Counter-culture newspaper published in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
1969
20 17
Truth
Religious newspaper published by Youth Speaks, Spokane, Washington.
1971
20 18
Vietnam Newspapers in English
(January 1969), published in Hanoi, Democratic Republic of Vietnam and (May 1969), published in Phnom-Penh, Cambodia.
1969
20 19
The Village Voice
Literary newspaper published in New York City, New York.
1969
20 20
The Virginia Weekly
Anti-war newspaper published by The Virginia Weekly Associates, Charlottesville, Virginia.
1971
20 21
The Wanderer
A Catholic newspaper published by The Wanderer Press, Inc., St. Paul, Minnesota.
1969
20 22
Washington Free Press
Activist newspaper published by Washington Free Community, Inc., Washington, D.C.
1969
20 23
Weekly People
Published by the Socialist Labor Party of America, Brooklyn, New York.
1969-1970
20 24
White Power
Published by the National Socialist White People's Party in Arlington, Virginia.
1969-1970
20 25
Workers' Action
Newspaper concerned with working people and fighting militant and democratic unions.
1971
20 26
Workers World
Newspaper for workers, New York, New York.
1971

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Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
21 1
UFO Magazine
1995
21 2-6
UFO Magazine and Phenomena Report
1997-1999
21 7-9
UFO Magazine
1999-2000
21 10
UFO The Science and Phenomena Magazine
2001
21 11
UFO Cover up
21 12
Miscellaneous UFO Articles
1997
21 13
UFO Articles; Roswell NM
22 1
Social Demagogery and Film
22 2
Miscellaneous Political and Religious Right Orders
1994-1997
22 3
UFO Articles
1997
22 4
Jack Van Impe Ministries
1998-1999
22 5
Pow and Mia Conspiracies
1995-1998
22 6
Black-Jewish Relations
1972-1992
22 7
A D L
1994-1997
22 8
News Clippings
22 9
Conspiracy Nation
1996-1997
23 1
Miscellaneous
23 2
International UFO Symposium
23 3
Correspondence
23 4
International UFO Reporter
1994-1996
23 5
International UFO Reporter
1986-1994
23 6
Perhaps Today
1998-1999
23 7
News week
23 8
Time
23 9
Black and Jewish Relations
23 10
Roswell Articles
23 11
Case Studies in Science
24 1
Rap Lyrics
24 2
Morbid Angel, Man O' War Lyrics
24 3
Head Banger Rock Lyrics
24 4
Ice Cube Rap Lyrics
25 1
Christian Patriotic Association Catalog
1997-2000
25 2
Christian Demagogy
25 3
Racial Relations
26 1
The MJ-12 Documents
26 2
Religious Demagogues
26 3
Conspiracy Theories I
26 4
Conspiracy Theories II
26 5
Conspiracy Theories III
26 6
The Impeached President
27 1
The Jews and Their Lies by Martin Luther
27 2
The Apocalypse Chronicles
27 6
Blacks and Jews News
27 7
Conspiracy Nation
27 8
Power of Prophecy
27 9
Flash Point
27 10
Racial Relations
28 1
Correspondence; Clarion
28 2
Newspaper Clippings; Clarion
28 3
Consider
1995
28 4
JEDI News
28 5
Amnesty Action
1994
28 7
Grassroots News
28 8
Anti Defamation League
28 9
SPLC Report
28 10
KLAN Watch Intelligence Report
28 11
Biblical Prophecies; Eschatology
28 12
Anti-Christ, Right-wing, Aliens and UFOs
28 13
John F. Kennedy
28 14
Political Research Associates
28 15
Frontiers of Science
28 16
Conspiracy In the Government
28 17
Federal Emergency Management Association
29 1
Religious Demagoguery and Racial Issues
1990-1997
29 2
National Times
1992
29 3
Industrial Worker
1996
30 1
Pearl Harbor, The Gulf War and The Cold War
1982-2000
30 2
Martin Luther King
1998-1999
30 3
Blacks and Jews
1990-2000
30 4
Waco Texas
1999-2000
30 5
JFK Assassination
1995- 2000
30 6
Louis Farrakhan
1990 Aug 31-2000 May 18
31 1
Conspiracy Issues
1995-1997
31 2
The Aryan Nation
1991-1999
31 3
Militia
1995-1997
31 4
UFOs
1998-1999
31 5
The Anti-Christ and The End of The World
1997-2000
31 6
Police Scandals
1997-2000

The Final CallReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
32 1-5
The Final Call
1998
33 1-5
The Final Call
1998-1999
34 1-5
The Final Call
1999
35 1-5
The Final Call
1999
36 1-5
The Final Call
1999-2000

The New AmericanReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 37

Container(s) Description
box
37
Box Folder
37 1-4
The New American, Vol 14
37 5-6
The New American, Vol 15

The New AmericanReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
38 1-3
The New American, Vol. 15
38 4-5
The New American , Vol 16
38 6
The New American, Special Report

General MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
39 1-6
UFO Journal
1996-1999
39 7
The Fourth Decade
39 8-9
The Fourth Decade: A Journal of Research on the John. F. Kennedy Assassination, Vol. 6-Vol. 7
40 1
UFO Articles
40 2
Alien and Government Conspiracies
40 3
American Heritage
1995
40 4
Newsweek
1995-2000
40 5
Time
1997-1999
40 6
Conspiracies in The US Government
41 1
Black Movements
41 2
Black Leaders and Anti-Semitic Propaganda
41 3
Anti defamation League; Reports
41 4
ADL Research Report
41 5
The History and Controversy of President Nixon
41 6
The Kennedy Assassination Study Guide
41 7
Paranoia and Conspiracy Theories
41 8
John F Kennedy Assassination in Art and Film
41 9
Final report of The Assassination records Review Board
42 1
Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
42 2
Millennium Madness, the Militia and the Illuminati
42 3
US Department of Justice
42 4-11
Weekly World News
1997-2000
42 12
Christina Media, Vol . 4 Issue 4

Conspiracy Theories and Printed MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
43 1
Pearl Harbor and JFK Assasination
2002-2004
43 2-3
911 and the Iraq War
2001-2006
43 4
Religion
2001-2005
43 5
The New American Magazine
43 6
Various Articles
43 7
"Jews in Zion," and "Clarion Utah"
43 8
Modern Hebrew text Correspondence
This folder also includes a novel in Yiddish.
1921-1926
43 9
Brochures
43 10
Clippings

Clarion Colony ResearchReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
44 1
Agricultural Information
Contains notes in English and Deseret Alphabet.
1925-1926
44 2-3
Articles
1924-1981
44 4
Bibliographies
44 5-7
Clarion Colony Reasearch Notes
Materials in folders 5-7 contain research material from Louis Zucker, as well as Dr. Goldberg's own research, and are divided into articles, typewritten and handwritten notes.
45 1
Jewish Agricultural Colonies in Canada
1983
45 2
Jewish Agricultural Colonies, United States
45 3
Jewish Agricultural Society Research Materials
1907-1950
45 4
Krauskopf Letters
1905-1917
45 5-6
Legal Documents
1912-1961
45 7
Darwin S. Levine, A Brief Survey of the Activities of the Jews in American Agriculture
Unpublished thesis.
1928
45 8
Miscellaneous Notes
1910-1983
46 1
Notes
1910-1983
46 2
Mormon/Jewish Relations
1983
46 3
Pogram Data
1903-1906
46 4
B.D. Silverman, A Short History of Clarion, The Jewish Colony in the State of Utah
46 5
Vogel Manuscript
1962

Social Movements Research MaterialReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
47 1
AIDS Research
1988-1989
47 2
Animal Rights
1988-1989
47 3
Anti-Saloon League Research Materials
1977-1988
47 4
Campus Activism
1988-1989
47 5
Communist Party U.S.A.
1987-1989
47 6
Deaf Rights Research Material
1988-1989
47 7
Free Speech Movement
1965-1988
47 8
Industrial Workers of the World
1905-1988
47 9-10
Jewish Defense League
1971-1977
48 1
Jews of Utah and Salt Lake
1947-1987
48 2-3
John Birch Society
1958-1987
48 4-5
Judaica
48 6
Ku Klux Klan
1980s
48 7
Mexican American Unity Council (MUAC)
1976-1979
48 8
Newsclippings
1988-1989
48 9
Social Movement Research Material

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Jewish farmers--Utah--Clarion Colony--History--Sources
  • Jews--Colonization--Utah--Clarion Colony--History--Sources
  • Jews--Utah--Clarion Colony--History--Sources
  • Social movements--United States--History--Sources
  • Underground press publications--United States
  • Personal Names :
  • Goldberg, Robert Alan, 1949- --Archives
  • Goldberg, Robert Alan, 1949- Back to the soil : the Jewish farmers of Clarion, Utah and their world
  • Goldberg, Robert Alan, 1949- Grassroots resistance : social movements in twentieth century America
  • Geographical Names :
  • Clarion Colony (Utah)--History--Sources
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Articles
  • Clippings
  • Correspondence
  • Diaries
  • Drafts (documents)
  • Memoirs
  • Newsletters
  • Newspapers
  • Pamphlets