Michael Munk collection, 1890-2015  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Munk, Michael
Title
Michael Munk collection
Dates
1890-2015 (inclusive)
Quantity
5.5 cubic feet, (13 document cases and 1 oversize folder)
Collection Number
Coll 516
Summary
Papers of Michael Munk, an historian and political activist of Portland, Oregon, consisting primarily of research materials for his books on leftist and labor union figures in Oregon history, including John Reed, Louise Bryant, Tom Burns, and Stanley Moore, a professor at Reed College dismissed for alleged Communist activity.
Repository
Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library
Davies Family Research Library
Oregon Historical Society
1200 SW Park Avenue
Portland, OR
97205
Telephone: 503-306-5240
Fax: 503-219-2040
libreference@ohs.org
Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Michael Munk was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, in 1934 and moved to Portland, Oregon with his parents in 1939. He attended Reed College, and after serving in the United States Army he later received a PhD. from New York University. He went on to teach Political Science at several universities, including Stony Brook University, Roosevelt University, and Rutgers University. Upon retirement from teaching, Munk returned to Portland where he switched his focus to Portland’s history and Oregon’s radical and working class past. Munk published several articles on the subjects of labor and political radicalism in Oregon in the Oregon Historical Quarterly, The Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Portland Monthly and The Oregonian. In 2007 Munk published the book The Portland Red Guide.

This present collection contains materials primarily related to his research for these texts and is therefore focused on Portland’s radical past, although .

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection contains materials collected by Michael Munk, while he was researching and writing about various aspects of Portland and Oregon history, especially relating to issues of radical left wing politics and labor. The collection includes notes, correspondence (letters and email printouts), posters, pamphlets, flyers, news clippings, brochures, photographs (printed out, developed and on CD-ROMS), and Cassette Tapes. Many of the items contained in this collection are copies of primary sources, although there are a number of original documents, especially in the Ephemera folders. Subjects include leftist and labor union figures in Oregon history, including John Reed, Louise Bryant, Tom Burns, and Stanley Moore, a professor at Reed College dismissed for alleged Communist activity. Also included are materials relating to places outside of Portland and in Washington State.

Munk has had a long history of involvement in radical politics, and materials on his personal activities are interwoven with materials on the subjects of his research. As a result, this collection, while primarily being a collection of Munk's own research materials, also contains some materials relating to his own involvement in Portland and Oregon history.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The Oregon Historical Society is the owner of the materials in the Research Library and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from the Research Library prior to any use of reproductions. The Society does not necessarily hold copyright to all the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use of reproductions may require seeking additional authorization from the copyright holders.

Preferred Citation

Michael Munk Collection, Coll 516, Oregon Historical Society, Davies Family Research Library

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series A:  John Reed and Louise Bryant, 1904-2007Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box-Folder
1/1
John Reed Materials Part 1 of 2
1904-1920
1/2
John Reed Materials Part 2 of 2
1916-2007
1/3
John Reed and Louise Bryant Materials
Materials relating to both John Reed and Louise Reed, especially concerning their relationship.
1908-2007
1/4
"The True Romance of John Reed and Louise Bryant" Article Materials
Materials relating to the article “The True Romance of John Reed and Louise Bryant” published in the Oregon Historical Quarterly in 2008. Includes primary and secondary source research documents as well as various drafts of the article and correspondence regarding the writing and publication of the article.
1908-2008
1/5
John Reed/Louise Bryant Multi-Media Festival
Includes materials relating to the organization of the John Reed/Louise Bryant Multi-Media Festival which took place October 17-22, 1997.
1997-2000
1/6
Reed Bench Photos 2007 May
Photographs of the official dedication of the John Reed Bench in Washington Park in 2007.
2007
1/7
Reed Bench Photos 2007 May Negatives
Negatives of the photographs of the official dedication of the John Reed Bench in Washington Park in 2007.
2007
Subseries 1: Reed/Bryant Yale Archives
Box-Folder
2/1
General Materials
Includes a copy of finding aid, application to access Yale Archive, press release about the collection and article about the collection in the Yale Alumni magazine.
2005
2/2
John Reed: Everymagazine Play
Copy of play written by John Reed.
1913
2/3
Louise Bryant and John Reed Materials
Letters from Louise to Reed as well as letters concerning Reed written by Louise Bryant
1911-1918
2/4
Provincetown Players
Undated
2/5
Clara Wold
Correspondence between Louise Bryant and Clara Wold.
1918-1922
2/6
Eugene O'Neill
Correspondence between Louise Bryant and Eugene O'Neill
1917-1919
2/7
Sara Field
Correspondence between Louise Bryant and Sara Field
1925

Series B::  Carl Walters and Helen Lawrence Walters, 1913-2015Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box-Folder
2/8
"The Diaries of Helen Lawrence Walters" Materials
Includes copies of portions of Helen’s diary as well as materials relating to the writing, editing and publishing of the article “The Diaries of Helen Lawrence Walters.” Also contains four compact discs entitled:H. Walters PhotosHelen Walters Diary Disc 1Helen Walters Diary Disc 2Helen Walters Diary #3
1913-2005
2/9
Carl Walters Materials Part 1 of 2
1913-2005
2/10
Carl Walters Materials Part 2 of 2
1913-2005
2/11
Photos of Carl Walter's Paintings Negatives
undated
2/12
WWI Portland Shipyards Lithographs of Carl Walters
1918-2015
3/1
“The Portland Period of Artist Carl Walters” Article Materials
Materials relating to the writing, editing and, publishing of “The Portland Period of Artist Carl Walters” published in the Oregon Historical Quarterly in 2000.
1918-2001
3/2
Correspondence with Christine Stansell and Simpson Society
Correspondence regarding Carl and Helen Walters and their Portland connections.
1996-2002

Series C:  Arts and Culture, 1936-2015Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box-Folder
3/3
Oregon Arts and Culture
General research materials regarding art and culture in Oregon.
1936-2015
3/4
Woodstock, NY Art/Art History 1987-2002
Materials relating to art colonies and communities in and around Woodstock, New York. Also includes materials relating to Carl and Helen Walters who lived in the area for some time.
1987-2002
3/5
Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie
Includes research materials regarding Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger in regards to their connections to Oregon and Portland.
1954-2013
3/6
Café Espresso and Beatniks
1993-2004
3/7
Dorthea Lange Part 1 of 3
Materials relating to photographer Dorthea Lange's Oregon photographs taken during the Great Depression. Includes copies of Lange's photographs.
1936-2009
3/8
Dorothea Lange Part 2 of 3
1939-2009
3/9
Dorothea Lange Part 3 of 3
1939-2008

Series D::  Women and Women's Activism, 1912-2004Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box-Folder
4/1
Tina Modotti and Ruby (Robo) Richey
Includes news clippings, copies of Richey's short stories, correspondence and secondary sources regarding Tina Modotti and Robo Richey.
1912-1998
4/2
Ruth Barnett
A. News clipping and articles printed form the internet about Ruth Barnett, a Portland abortionist.
2002-2003
4/3
Kathleen O'Brennan and Dr. Mari Equi
1913-2004
4/4
Women's Rights and Female Activists
1952-1997

Series E::  Various Cultural Groups, 1898-2013Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box-Folder
4/5
Portland LGBT History
Includes materials about the "Burnside Triangle Walking Tour" and an article about the Edward McAllister Case.
1912-1998
4/6
Romani Deportation Portland
Includes a series of photographs of a Romani living in Portland, contemporary news clippings and a 2001 newspaper article.
1944-2001
4/7
Chinese Americans in Oregon
News clippings relating to the history of Chinese Americans in Oregon.
1995-1996
4/8
Japanese American Internment
News clippings relating to the history of Japanese Americans and internment in Oregon.
1995-2011
4/9
African American History Part 1 of 4
1898-2011
4/10
African American History Part 2 of 4
1945-2013
4/11
African American History Part 3 of 4
Contains three large sized booklets: (1) Portland Bureau of Planning “The History of Portland’s African American Community (1805 to the Present)” 1993. (2) Metropolitan Human Rights Commission “Ethnic and Gender Discrimination in Portland 1844-1980.” (3)C. PCC Community History Center – The Jackson Forum Symposium “The Vanport Flood and its impact on the African American Community in Portland” 1998.
1993-1998
5/1
African American History Part 4 of 4
Contains: Bosco-Milligan Foundation "Buildings of Portland’s African American History Revised & Expanded"
1997
5/2
Theodore Jordan Murder Case
Copies of materials from time period, including flyers, correspondence and other documents by different groups advocating on the behalf of Theodore Jordan, an African American who was charged with murder and faced a death sentence.
1933-1969
5/3
The Portland Roses and Baseball
Materials regarding the Portland Negro League Baseball team, The Roses and other topics related to African American history and baseball, including the Portland Giants and the Portland Beavers.
1946-2001

Series F::  Labor History, 1910-2013Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box-Folder
5/4
Harry Bridges Institute and Northwest Oregon Labor Council Materials
1995-1998
5/5
John Reed Club, Oregon Arts and Political Radicalism
Materials relating to John Reed Club and politically radical Portland Artists.
1923-2002
5/6
Labor Party
1994-1997
5/7
Kenneth Fitzgerald (Journalist)
A. Includes: news clippings written about Fitzgerald and news articles written by Fitzgerald, “Self-Serve Fairy Tales” Vote No on 4 (anti self-serve gasoline pamphlet), Name tag and Ribbon from The National Grange 199th Convention in Eugene Oregon, 1985, Phil Frost for Legislature business card, memorial service Program, and “Questionnaire to Be Completed by 100 Witnesses Who Relied on the Fifth Amendment before Congressional Committees in 1953 and 1954”
1934-1997
5/8
Harry Bridges
1937-2001
5/9
Matt Meehan Interview Undated
Matt Meehan was a longshoreman and labor activist, involved in the IWW and the 1934 Waterfront Strike in Portland. Interview includes description of a debate between himself and Harry Bridges
1994-1997
6/1
Centralia and Union Mural
1922-1998
6/2
The Centralia Case and the IWW
Contains a pamphlet of “speeches by Elmer Smith, Captain Edward P. Coll Centralia, Wash., March 31 1929 on the Centralia Case” and a PSU masters history thesis titled “Labor Violence: The Centralia Case, the IWW and its Enemies
1919
Subseries 1: 1934 Waterfront Strike
Box-Folder
6/3
Oregon National Guard Labor Movement Spies
A. Includes letters form National Guard Spies embedded in labor organizations to superiors concerning the labor movement and the 1934 Waterfront Strike in Portland. Also includes newspaper articles about the Oregon National Guard’s spy activities.
1934-1939
6/4
Ed Beechert Essays
1967-1987
6/5
All Union Caucus Publications
A collection of primary source documents related to the All Union Caucus. Including letters, flyers, meeting notes and newsletters.
1958-1964
6/6
Oregon Unemployed Organization 1959-1964
A collection of primary source documents relating to the Oregon Unemployed Organization. Including letters, flyers, meeting notes and newsletters.
1959-1964
6/7
Notes and Correspondence for "Silk Stocking Mob"Article
Includes notes, Correspondence and some research materials relating to the article “silk Stocking Mob” which is about the Citizen’s Emergency League during the 1934 Waterfront Strike.
1934-2000
6/8
ILWU Newsletter “The Hook” Bloody Sunday Memorial Issues
1948-2000
6/9
ILWU and ILA Materials
1934-2000
7/1
ILWU Local 8 Archive Survey
1992
7/2
1934 Waterfront Strike Part 1 of 2
General Materials relating to the 1934 waterfront strike.
1932-2007
7/3
1934 Waterfront Strike Part 2 of 2
General Materials relating to the 1934 waterfront strike.
1934-2000
7/4
Dirk Dejong and Criminal Syndicalism
Materials relating to Dirk Dejong's arrest during 1934 Waterfront Strike and prosecution for Criminal Syndicalism. Includes an original copy of a pamphlet, originally from Kenneth Fitzgerald's papers, that promotes a meeting regarding the Dirk Dejong case posted by the Alberta Committee against Criminal Syndicalism.
1934-1976
Subseries 2: General Labor Materials
Box-Folder
7/5
Pacific Northwest Labor History Association Materials part 1of 2
1994-2013
7/6
Pacific Northwest Labor History Association Materials part 2 of 2
1995-2012
7/7
Labor History and Education
1999-2004
7/8
Labor and Radical Politics Ephemera Part 1 of 2
Includes original copies of sources from this time period, including booklets, programs, pamphlets and flyers. Of special interest are several original IWW flyers and Lleaflet, copies of Labor/Radical Politics Flyers, and several original booklets and pamphlets including: 1. “Reds in the Anti-Defamation League” by Myron C. Fagan and published by Cinema Educational Guild in 1957. 2. “The Vigilantes Hide behind the Flag” by Isobel Walker Soule Published by International Labor Defense in 1937. 3. “Communist Youth Programs: Hearings Before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary United States Senate Eighty-Ninth Congress Fifth Session” Published May 18, 1965 by Committee on the Judiciary, US Government.4. The IWW in the Lumber Industry” by James Rowan and published by Lumber Workers Union No. 500 5. “Factory Work as It Is and Might Be” By William Morri s 1922.6. “Where is the CIO Going?: A Program for Militant Trade Unionism” by George Morris by New Century Publishing 1949.7."History of the American Federation of Labor and Commercial Guide to Friends of All Trade Unions” Published by Commercial Advertising Co., 1910
1910-1960
7/9
Labor and Radical political Ephemera Part 2 of 2
Includes labor and radical political materials such as flyers, newsletters, walking tour maps, posters for events and labor newspapers from 1989 to 2013. See oversized folder for further materials.
1989-2013
Oversized
Oversized
Labor and Radical political Ephemera Oversized
Includes posters, flyers and art pieces.
Undated
Box-Folder
8/1
Labor History Research Materials
General Labor History Materials that do not related to other subject folders.
1930-2003

Series G::  Radical Political History, 1897-2013Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box-Folder
8/2
The Oregonian Op-Ed:"Portland Always Had Radicals, Too"
A. Materials relating to Munk’s Op-Ed Piece published in the Oregonian Newspaper, such as copies of the article and the editorial it was responding to as well as letters written to Michael Munk from people responding to the article.
1923-2002
8/3
The Firebrand: Anarchist Newspaper
Includes newspaper articles and Journal article written about the Portland/Sellwood based anarchist newspaper.
1897-1981
8/4
Anti-Fascist Materials
Materials relating to antifascist groups and actions in Oregon during the 1930s.
1935-1939
8/5
Bonus March
Includes copies of news clippings and flyers regarding the 1932 Bonus March as well as recent articles written about the event and its Portland connections.
1932-1975
8/6
Oregon Commonwealth Federation
Materials relating to the far left liberal organization.
1926-1998
8/7
American Civil Liberties Union
Primarily contains materials from anti-communist newspapers and other sources attacking the A.C.L.U. and arguing that it is a communist organization.
1931-1996
8/8
Spanish Civil War Part 1 of 2
Materials in this folder primarily relate to the Abraham Lincoln Brigade and American Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, particularly those who have Oregon connections Also, see the materials separated to Oral History Department, which includes an oral history of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Veteran, Thomas Allen Norton.
1926-1998
8/9
Spanish Civil War Part 2 of 2
Contains materials concerning American volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, including correspondence with veterans and veterans' families as well as part of the transcript of an interview with Abraham Lincoln Brigade veteran Thomas Allen Norton. The actual oral history of this interview has been separated to the Oral History Department
1938-2013
8/10
Nathan Gillespie, Vanport Flood and Left Politics
Folder contains materials relating to the correspondence between Michael Munk and Nathan Gillespie regarding the Vanport Flood and the connection of certain members of later relief organizations to radical politics. Includes correspondence and research material relating to the Citizens Flood Disaster Committee.
1940-2004
8/11
Post-War Progressive Party and Progressive Politics
1945-2005
8/12
Harry (H.M.) Wicks
Contains materials relating to Harry wicks who was involved in the organization of the first American soviet and was a founding member of the American Communist Party. Wicks also ran for a seat in the US House of Representatives as a member of the Socialist Party of Oregon.
1917-1932
8/13
Tom Burns
Includes newspaper articles, photographs and journal articles about Tom Burns and his watch store/worker's lending library.
1914-1956
9/1
Jim Hill (Poet)
1934-2004
9/2
Regina Fisher
Contains newspaper articles about Regina Fisher, the mother of Bobby Fisher, who joined the Communist Party in 1945 while living in Portland.
1957-2008
9/3
Communist Party Portland
Research materials relating to official Communist political parties in Oregon. Does not focus on repression of Communists. Those materials are primarily located in other folders.
1932-2014
9/4
Communism in Portland
Research materials that focus on communism in Portland but not necessarily official party or party activities.
1932-1954
9/5
Portland Red Tour
Research materials that focus on communism in Portland but not necessarily official party or party activities.
2004
9/6
Portland Red Squad and Criminal Intelligence Unit Part 1 of 2
Contains materials regarding the Portland Police Department's "Red Squad" and the Police Department's later "Central Intelligence Unit," both of which conducted surveillance on local radical political organizations. The folder also contains materials relating to the protests against the CIU in which Munk played a Central role. The reason for overlap of groups in organization is that Munk saw the groups as related or rather the CIU as a continuation of the Red Squad and uses information about the red squad in his protests against the CIU.
2004
9/7
Portland Red Squad and Criminal Intelligence Unit Part 2 of 2
1930-2007
9/8
Criminal Intelligence Division and Portland Police Department Part 1 of 2
Contains documents such as news clippings and correspondence regarding the Criminal Intelligence Unit and its later iteration, the Criminal Intelligence Division. The folder also contains materials relating to the Portland Joint Terrorism Task Force.
1952-2011
9/9
Criminal Intelligence Division and Portland Police Department Part 2 of 2
Contains documents such as news clippings and correspondence regarding the Criminal Intelligence Unit and its later iteration, the Criminal Intelligence Division. The folder also contains materials relating to the Portland Joint Terrorism Task Force.
1983-2004
9/10
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
Materials in this folder focus on the organization's involvement in the protest against the Criminal Intelligence Division
1987-1991
9/11
FBI Inez Lopez De Molinali Espionage Case
FBI case file for Inez Lopez De Molinali of Portland, Oregon in relation to the Velvalee Dickinson espionage case during WWII.
1942
9/12
The Portland Four Materials
Contains materials relating to the "Portland Four, four Portlanders who were convicted of contempt of Congress during McCarthy Era HUAC hearings.
1949-2012
10/1
University of Washington- Canwell Committee and Red Scare
Contains materials relating to the dismissal of University of Washington due to supposed Communist connections during the McCarthy era.
1963-1998

Series H::  Stanley Moore, 1952-1996Return to Top

The materials in this series were donated by Michael Munk separately and at an earlier date, than the rest of the collection. The materials were previously in the possession of: Stanley Moore,Arthur F. Scott, Frank Munk, Robert Richter, and Michael Munk. These materials relate to Stanley Moore, a professor at Reed College who was fired due to his supposed connections to Communism and refusal to testify during a HUAC hearing. The series also contains materials relating to the work by Reed Alumni and students to get Reed College to exonerate and apologize to Moore as well as offer to reinstate Moore to his former position. Michael Munk played a central role in the movement to vindicate Stanley Moore.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box-Folder
10/2
Detailed Inventory for Stanley Moore Series
Contains a detailed inventory of the Stanley Moore series. The inventory lists the individual materials that are contained in each folder.
1997
Correspondence
The Correspondence folder dated 1952-1958 contains correspondence between the major figures in the Stanley Moore case, including Moore himself. All other correspondence folders contain correspondence between activists involved in the movement to get Reed College to exonerate and apologize to Stanley Moore.
Box/Folder
10/3
1952-1958
10/4
1969
10/5
1970-1975
10/6
1976
10/7
1977
10/8
1978
10/9
1979
10/10
1980
10/11
1981
10/12
1982-1987
10/13
1988-1989
11/1
1991-1992
11/2
1995-1996
11/3
Undated
Box-Folder
11/4
Newsclippings
1953-1994
11/5
Reports
Includes official documents regarding Thomas Moore from Reed College, House un-American activities hearing transcripts in which various people name Thomas Moore as a communist, and other official documents and reports.
1952-1954
11/6
Arthur F. Scott
Collection of documents, newspaper articles, notes booklets and correspondence regarding Stanley Moore and general policies towards Communists in American workplaces, collected by Arthur F. Scott, a member of the Board of Trustees at Reed College during the early 1950s when Moore's case was decided.
1952-1954
11/7
Hearing Before the Board of Trustees of Reed College
Contains the official transcript and record of Stanley Moore's hearing before the Reed College's Board of Trustees
1954
11/8
American Association of University Professors Part 1 of 2
Contains correspondence, reports and news clippings relating to the American Association of University Professor's response to the Stanley Moore case and issues of academic freedom in general.
1952-1958
12/1
American Association of University Professors Part 2 of 2
Contains correspondence, reports and news clippings relating to the American Association of University Professor's response to the Stanley Moore case and issues of academic freedom in general.
1954-1978
12/2
AAUP and Reed Publication
1953-1979
12/3
HUAC Investigation Stanley Moore
Includes the transcript of Stanley Moore's hearing before the House Un-American Activities Committee
1954
12/4
Dr. Frank Munk Materials
Materials collected by Dr. Frank Munk, Father of Michael Munk and Professor of political science at Reed College, regarding the Stanley Moore case and, more generally, communists staff members at American universities.
1954-1991

Series I::  General Research Materials, 1890-2012Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box-Folder
12/5
General Research Materials
A. These are materials relating to a wide variety of topics, often seemingly unrelated to the collection. Unlike the following chronological folders these materials were not organized into these files by Michael Munk but are rather items that were unfiled and did not relate to any of the other file subjects
1996-2012
Chronological Research Materials
Each folder contains material regarding a particular time period.
Box/Folder
12/6
Research Materials Pertaining to Pre-1900
1997-2004
12/7
Research Materials Pertaining to 1900-1930
1923-2006
12/8
Research Materials Pertaining to 1930-1941
1932-2007
12/9
Research Materials Pertaining to 1941-1960
1941-2011
12/10
Research Materials Pertaining to 1960-1970
1967-2007
12/10
Research Materials Pertaining to 1960-1970
1967-2007
13/1
Research Materials Pertaining to 1970-2006
1983-2006
Box-Folder
13/2
General Portland History
Contains news clippings and guides to historical sites and monuments. These materials relate to the development of Portland outside of the collection's general radical and labor focus.
1995-1997
13/3
Research Materials: News clippings
Contains general news clippings that do not relate to other subject folders.
1890-2015
13/4
Research Materials :Correspondence
Contains correspondence that do not relate to other subject folders.
1996-2005
13/5
Research Materials: Photographs
Contains Photographs that do not relate to other subject folders.
1920-2003
13/6
Research Materials: Photograph Negatives
Contains negatives that do not relate to other subject folders.
Undated
13/7
Photos of Labor and Radical History Sites
Contains photographs of labor and radical historical sites in Oregon.
Undated
13/8
Photos of Labor and Radical History Sites Negatives
Contains some of the negatives of the photographs of labor and radical historical sites in Oregon.
Undated
13/9
Academic Papers by Others
Includes academic papers not written by Michael Munk
1991-1999
13/10
Archive Finding Aids and Primary Source Collections
I
1997-2006
13/11
Archives, Museum Exhibits, Monuments and Historical Preservation Materials
Includes Brochures, pamphlets, booklets, flyers and postcards all relating to various archival collections, museum exhibits, monuments/memorials and historical preservation events. Most of these materials promotional materials relating to specific exhibits or collections.
1994-2003
13/12
Memorial Service Materials
A. Materials relating to the memorials of various individuals including newspaper obituaries and memorial service programs.
1953-2012

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Longshoremen’s Strike, Portland, Or., 1934
  • Radicalism--Oregon--Portland
  • Radicals--Oregon--Portland
  • Personal Names :
  • Bridges, Harry, 1901-1990
  • Bryant, Louise, 1885-1936
  • Moore, Stanley Williams, 1914-
  • Munk, Michael, 1934- (creator)
  • Reed, John, 1887-1920
  • Walters, Carl, 1883-1955
  • Corporate Names :
  • Communist Party
  • Abraham Lincoln Brigade
  • International Longshore and Warehouse Union
  • Geographical Names :
  • Oregon--Biography
  • Portland (Or.)
  • Spain--History--Civil War, 1936-1939--Participation, Foreign
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Booklets
  • Clippings files
  • Letters (correspondence)
  • Newsletters
  • Pamphlets
  • Photographs
  • Research Notes