Lee J. Adamson papers, 1954-1969  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Adamson, Lee J., 1906-
Title
Lee J. Adamson papers
Dates
1954-1969 (inclusive)
Quantity
21.51 linear feet, (44 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 086
Summary
Lee J. Adamson (1906-?) was a certified public accountant, conservative activist, speaker and writer. The collection includes correspondence, articles and essays, editorial letter, speeches and writings by others, subject files and mailing lists. There also includes free-standing volumes and a package with posters and a certificate award.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Reading Room.

Additional Reference Guides
Other Finding Aids note

See the Collective Name Index to the Research Collection of Conservative and Libertarian Studies for a cross-referenced index to names of correspondents in this collection, if any, and 37 related University of Oregon collections, including dates of correspondence. See index instructions on use.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Lee J. Adamson, Bellingham Washington certified public accountant, conservative activist, speaker, and writer, was born December 21, 1906 in Seneca, Kansas. In 1919, his parents move their family to a homestead in the Shoshone Basin in northwest Wyoming. Adamson attended the University of Wyoming for tow years as a engineering student before transferring to the University of Washington where he receive his BA degree in education in 1929, with a concentration in economics.

In 1933, Adamson accepted active duty under his Reserve commission as camp officer, and later camp commander, with the Civilian Conservation Corps. After he left the Corps in 1937, he undertook several jobs until 1946 when he opened an office as a public accountant in Bellingham, Washington. In 1951, Adamson qualified as a certified public accountant. He sold his practice in 1966 and subsequently engaged in a limited accounting practice.

Adamson was active in a number of professional and civic organizations, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the American Accounting Association, the Committee on Pan-American Policy, and American for Constitutional Action. He also served on the Board of Trustees for the Washington State Committee for Voluntary Unionism, Inc., and as a trustee for the Committee for Voluntary Unionism, Inc. In addition, Adamson was an organizer and secretary for the Citizens Defense Fund, which was formed to raise funds for those "patriots" who had become involved in litigation. As a member of the John Birch Society from 1959 to 1967, Adamson served as volunteer coordinator and section leader in Bellingham, Washington.

Adamson's writing we numerous and varied. He wrote a periodic commentary about national and international affairs titled "Liberty Line" which was published in Rank and File (Portland, Ore.). He also frequently submitted editorials that appeared in such newspapers as the Borger (Texas) News-Harold and the Manchester (New Hampshire) Union Leader, as well as other newspapers and journals. He co-authored the article, " Punched Card Accounting for Small Business," ( Journal of Accountancy, December, 1961) and the handbook Accountants' Data Processing Services (Ronald Press Company, 1964). In addition, Adamson edited two books, Vietnam: An Eyewitness Account (1964) and Techniques of Soviet Propaganda (1965), and a pamphlet entitled "Embassies of Subversion" (February, 1965), all of which were written by Madame Suzanne Labin, founder and president of the International Conference of Political Warfare.

Further biographical information about Lee J. Adamson is not available.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Adamson Papers largely contain correspondence, writings, and subject files. The bulk of the papers consists of correspondence which includes approximately 10,000 incoming and outgoing letters, memoranda, and notes. Arranged chronologically, the correspondence spans from 1954 to 1969, with a concentration in the years between 1960 and 1967. Much of the correspondence concerns the national and international issues of the 1960s, such as the conflict of Vietnam, civil rights, and Soviet-American relations. A great deal of the correspondence is about conservative and anti-communist individuals and activities. Among those individuals represented in the collections are Pedro A. del Valle, William E. Fort, Jr., Phyllis Schlafly, and Robert Welch.

In addition, Adamson corresponded with several Washington State and national politicians including Jack Westland and Warren G. Magnuson. A number of civic organizations also are represented in the correspondence such as the John Birch Society, the Church League of America, Housewives Organized for Better Living, and Mothers' Crusade for Victory over Communism. Letters from Madame Suzanne Labin (a French socialist and anti-communist) and Bryton Barron mainly concern the editing and publication of Labin's manuscripts regarding Vietnam and communist activities in the United States and around the world. Very little is revealed about Adamson's personal life in the correspondence.

Many of Adamson's writings are contained in the papers. About 1,00 articles and essays, including the "Liberty Line" commentaries, are arranged alphabetically by title. A partial list of these writings is filed in the first folder of the series. The writings chiefly concern the administrations of John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, United States' involvement in Southeast Asia, race relations, urban upheaval, and various social and political issues and personalities. Untitled items, rough drafts, and notes follow the titled items. Editorial letters written by Adamson between 1959 and 1968 are arranged chronologically and follow his other writings.

Adamson's papers also include manuscripts of speeches and writings by other individuals. About 1, 500 items, mainly written during the 1960s are arranged alphabetically by the authors' last manes and then by titles. The subjects coverd are similar in nature to those discussed in Adamson's writings. Among the many authors represented are: Betty Ann Dobisah (a John Birch Society member), Suzanne Labin, Phyllis Schlafly, and Lawrence Timbers.

The subject files, for the most part, have retained the original folder titles assigned by Adamson. Arranged alphabetically by title, they contain general reference materials about individuals, organizations, and diverse subjects ranging from the American Civil Liberties Union to South Africa. Correspondence in the subject files was removed to the general correspondence series.

Other material in Adamson's papers includes mailing lists, photographs, broadsides, and graphic charts concerning the Liberty Amendment and taxes. The photographs included several pictures of Adamson, Eric D. Butler (an Australian writer and speaker), Suzanne Labin, Jack Matcalf with his family, and others. The broadsides concern the Liberty Amendment, anti-communism, and other conservative issues. Researchers should note the broadsides have been removed to the Broadside Collection.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with . Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to . The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Lee J. Adamson papers, Coll 086, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Biographical MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
1 1
Biographical materials
1 2
Biographical material

CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 3
Correspondence
1954-1985
1 4
Correspondence
August 1959-September 1959
1 5
Correspondence
October 1959-December 1959
1 6
Correspondence
February 1960-March 1960
1 7
Correspondence
April 1960
1 8
Correspondence
May 1960
1 9
Correspondence
June 1960
1 10
Correspondence
July 1960-August 1960
1 11
Correspondence
September 1960
1 12
Correspondence
October 1, 1960-October 13, 1960
1 13
Correspondence
October 14, 1960-October 31, 1960
1 14
Correspondence
November 1, 1960-November 17, 1960
1 15
Correspondence
November 22, 1960-November 30, 1960
1 16
Correspondence
December 1960
1 17
Correspondence
January 1961
1 18
Correspondence
February 1, 1961-February 11, 1961
1 19
Correspondence
February 12, 1961-February 15, 1961
1 20
Correspondence
February 16, 1961-February 28, 1961
1 21
Correspondence
March 1, 1961-March 19, 1961
1 22
Correspondence
March 20, 1961-March 31, 1961
2 1
Correspondence
April 13, 1961-April 18, 1961
2 2
Correspondence
April 20, 1961-April 29, 1961
2 3
Correspondence
May 3, 1961-May 25, 1961
2 4
Correspondence
May 26, 1961-May 30, 1961
2 5
Correspondence
June 1, 1961-June 6, 1961
2 6
Correspondence
June 7, 1961-June 15, 1961
2 7
Correspondence
June 19, 1961-June 29, 1961
2 8
Correspondence
July 2, 1961-July 3, 1961
2 9
Correspondence
July 6, 1961-July 12, 1961
2 10
Correspondence
July 14, 1961-July 27, 1961
2 11
Correspondence
August 1961
2 12
Correspondence
September 2, 1961-September 10, 1961
2 13
Correspondence
September 11, 1961
2 14
Correspondence
September 12,1961-September 18, 1961
2 15
Correspondence
September 19, 1961
2 16
Correspondence
September 20, 1961-September 30, 1961
2 17
Correspondence
October 1, 1961-October 6, 1961
2 18
Correspondence
October 8, 1961-October 11, 1961
2 19
Correspondence
October 12, 1961-October 14, 1961
2 20
Correspondence
October 15, 1961-October 23, 1961
2 21
Correspondence
October 24, 1961
2 22
Correspondence
October 25, 1961-October 28, 1961
2 23
Correspondence
October 30, 1961-October 31, 1961
3 1
Correspondence
November 1, 1961-November 3, 1961
3 2
Correspondence
November 6, 1961-November 9, 1961
3 3
Correspondence
November 10, 1961
3 4
Correspondence
November 11, 1961-November 17, 1961
3 5
Correspondence
November 18, 1961-November 30, 1961
3 6
Correspondence
December 1, 1961-December 26, 1961
3 7
Correspondence
December 27, 1961-December 29, 1961
3 8
Correspondence
January 1, 1962-January 5, 1962
3 9
Correspondence
January 8, 1962-January 16, 1962
3 10
Correspondence
January 17, 1962-January 18, 1962
3 11
Correspondence
January 19, 1962-January 31, 1962
3 12
Correspondence
February 1, 1962-February 6, 1962
3 13
Correspondence
February 7, 1962-February 9, 1962
3 14
Correspondence
February 10, 1962-February 19, 1962
3 15
Correspondence
February 21, 1962-February 26, 1962
3 16
Correspondence
February 28, 1962
3 17
Correspondence
March1, 1962-March 10, 1962
3 18
Correspondence
March 13, 1962-March 22, 1962
3 19
Correspondence
March 23, 1962-March 31, 1962
3 20
Correspondence
April 2, 1962-April 3, 1962
3 21
Correspondence
April 4, 1962
3 22
Correspondence
April 5, 1962-April 19, 1962
3 23
Correspondence
April 20, 1962-April 27, 1962
3 24
Correspondence
April 28, 1962-April 30, 1962
4 1
Correspondence
May 1, 1962-May 5, 1962
4 2
Correspondence
May 7, 1962-May 18, 1962
4 3
Correspondence
May 19, 1962-May 21, 1962
4 4
Correspondence
May 22, 1962-May 31, 1962
4 5
Correspondence
June 1, 1962-June 18, 1962
4 6
Correspondence
June 20, 1962-June 29, 1962
4 7
Correspondence
July 4, 1962-July 17, 1962
4 8
Correspondence
July 18, 1962-July 31, 1962
4 9
Correspondence
August 1, 1962-August 10, 1962
4 10
Correspondence
August 11, 1962-August 29, 1962
4 11
Correspondence
September 1, 1962-September 17, 1962
4 12
Correspondence
September 18, 1962-September 22, 1962
4 13
Correspondence
September 24, 1962-September 28, 1962
4 14
Correspondence
October 1, 1962-October 15, 1962
4 15
Correspondence
October 17, 1962-October 19, 1962
4 16
Correspondence
October 20, 1962-October 30, 1962
4 17
Correspondence
November 2, 1962-November 13, 1962
4 18
Correspondence
November 14, 1962-November 23, 1962
4 19
Correspondence
November 27, 1962-November 30, 1962
4 20
Correspondence
December 2, 1962-December 18, 1962
4 21
Correspondence
December 19, 1962-December 27, 1962
4 22
Correspondence
December 29, 1962-December 31, 1962
5 1
Correspondence
January 1, 1963-January 17, 1963
5 2
Correspondence
January 20, 1963-January 30, 1963
5 3
Correspondence
February 1963
5 4
Correspondence
March 1, 1963-March 17, 1963
5 5
Correspondence
March 18, 1963-March 23, 1963
5 6
Correspondence
March 25, 1963-March 30, 1963
5 7
Correspondence
April 1, 1963-April 6, 1963
5 8
Correspondence
April 7, 1963-April 11, 1963
5 9
Correspondence
April 12, 1963-April 23, 1963
5 10
Correspondence
April 24, 1963-April 27, 1963
5 11
Correspondence
April 28, 1963-April 30, 1963
5 12
Correspondence
May 1, 1963-May 10, 1963
5 13
Correspondence
May 13, 1963-May 15, 1963
5 14
Correspondence
May 16, 1963-May 17, 1963
5 15
Correspondence
May 20, 1963
5 16
Correspondence
May 22, 1963-May 29, 1963
5 17
Correspondence
June 2, 1963-June 20, 1963
5 18
Correspondence
June 21, 1963-June 28, 1963
5 19
Correspondence
July 1963
5 20
Correspondence
August 1, 1963-August 7, 1963
5 21
Correspondence
August 8, 1963-August 15, 1963
5 22
Correspondence
August 16, 1963-August 21, 1963
5 23
Correspondence
August 22, 1963-August 28, 1963
5 24
Correspondence
August 29, 1963-August 31, 1963
6 1
Correspondence
September 3, 1963-September 7, 1963
6 2
Correspondence
September 8, 1963-September 14, 1963
6 3
Correspondence
September 15, 1963-September 20, 1963
6 4
Correspondence
September 21, 1963-September 24, 1963
6 5
Correspondence
September 25, 1963-September 28, 1963
6 6
Correspondence
October 2, 1963-October 7, 1963
6 7
Correspondence
October 8, 1963-October 15, 1963
6 8
Correspondence
October 16, 1963-October 21, 1963
6 9
Correspondence
October 22, 1963-October 29, 1963
6 10
Correspondence
October 30, 1963-October 31, 1963
6 11
Correspondence
November 1, 1963-November 5, 1963
6 12
Correspondence
November 6, 1963-November 7, 1963
6 13
Correspondence
November 8, 1963-November 11, 1963
6 14
Correspondence
November 12, 1963-November 15, 1963
6 15
Correspondence
November 16, 1963-November 19, 1963
6 16
Correspondence
November 20, 1963-November 22, 1963
6 17
Correspondence
November 23, 1963-November 26, 1963
6 18
Correspondence
November 27, 1963-November 29, 1963
6 19
Correspondence
December 1, 1963-December 6, 1963
6 20
Correspondence
December 9, 1963-December 23, 1963
6 21
Correspondence
December 24, 1963-December 31, 1963
7 1
Correspondence
January 3, 1964-January 10, 1964
7 2
Correspondence
January 12, 1964-January 20, 1964
7 3
Correspondence
January 21, 1964-January 28, 1964
7 4
Correspondence
January 29, 1964-January 31, 1964
7 5
Correspondence
February 1, 1964-February 11, 1964
7 6
Correspondence
February 12, 1964-February 19, 1964
7 7
Correspondence
February 20, 1964-February 27, 1964
7 8
Correspondence
February 8, 1964
7 9
Correspondence
March 1, 1964-March 5, 1964
7 10
Correspondence
March 6, 1964-March 10, 1964
7 11
Correspondence
March 11, 1964-March 13, 1964
7 12
Correspondence
March 14, 1964-March 17, 1964
7 13
Correspondence
March 18, 1964-March 19, 1964
7 14
Correspondence
March 20, 1964-March 22, 1964
7 15
Correspondence
March 23, 1964-March 25, 1964
7 16
Correspondence
March 26, 1964-March 31, 1964
7 17
Correspondence
April 1, 1964-April 6, 1964
7 18
Correspondence
April 7, 1964-April 15, 1964
7 19
Correspondence
April 16, 1964-April 24, 1964
7 20
Correspondence
April 25, 1964-April 30, 1964
7 21
Correspondence
May 1, 1964-May 11, 1964
7 22
Correspondence
May 12, 1964-May 21, 1964
7 23
Correspondence
May 22, 1964-May 29, 1964
8 1
Correspondence
June 1, 1964-June 9, 1964
8 2
Correspondence
June 10, 1964-June 12, 1964
8 3
Correspondence
June 13, 1964-June 17, 1964
8 4
Correspondence
June 18, 1964-June 19, 1964
8 5
Correspondence
June 20, 1964-June 22, 1964
8 6
Correspondence
June 23, 1964-June 24, 1964
8 7
Correspondence
June 25, 1964-June 26, 1964
8 8
Correspondence
June 27, 1964-June 30, 1964
8 9
Correspondence
July 1, 1964-July 3, 1964
8 10
Correspondence
July 4, 1964-July 7, 1964
8 11
Correspondence
July 8, 1964-July 12, 1964
8 12
Correspondence
July 13, 1964-July 15, 1964
8 13
Correspondence
July 16, 1964-July 17, 1964
8 14
Correspondence
July 18, 1964-July 19, 1964
8 15
Correspondence
July 20, 1964-July 21, 11964
8 16
Correspondence
July 22, 1964-July 24, 1964
8 17
Correspondence
July 25, 1964-July 26, 1964
8 18
Correspondence
July 27, 1964-July 28, 1964
8 19
Correspondence
July 29, 1964-July 30, 1964
8 20
Correspondence
July 31, 1964
8 21
Correspondence
August 1, 1964-August 2, 1964
8 22
Correspondence
August 3, 1964
8 23
Correspondence
August 4, 1964-August 5, 1964
9 1
Correspondence
August 6, 1964-August 12, 1964
9 2
Correspondence
August 13, 1964-August 14, 1964
9 3
Correspondence
August 15, 1964-August 17, 1964
9 4
Correspondence
August 18, 1964
9 5
Correspondence
August 19, 1964-August 23, 1964
9 6
Correspondence
August 24, 1964-August 30, 1964
9 7
Correspondence
August 31, 1964
9 8
Correspondence
September 1, 1964-September 12, 1964
9 9
Correspondence
September 14, 1964-September 17, 1964
9 10
Correspondence
September 18, 1964-September 21, 1964
9 11
Correspondence
September 22, 1964-September 24, 1964
9 12
Correspondence
September 25, 1964
9 13
Correspondence
September 26, 1964-September 28, 1964
9 14
Correspondence
September 29, 1964-September 30, 1964
9 15
Correspondence
October 1, 1964-October 4, 1964
9 16
Correspondence
October 5, 1964-October 7, 1964
9 17
Correspondence
October 8, 1964-October 10, 1964
9 18
Correspondence
October 11, 1964-October 13, 1964
9 19
Correspondence
October 14, 1964-October 16, 1964
9 20
Correspondence
October 17, 1964-October 19, 1964
10 1
Correspondence
October 20, 1964-October 22, 1964
10 2
Correspondence
October 23, 1964-October 26, 1964
10 3
Correspondence
October 27, 1964
10 4
Correspondence
October 28, 1964-October 31, 1964
10 5
Correspondence
November 1, 1964-November 3, 1964
10 6
Correspondence
November 4, 1964-November 6, 1964
10 7
Correspondence
November 7, 1964-November 10, 1964
10 8
Correspondence
November 11, 1964-November 13, 1964
10 9
Correspondence
November 14, 1964-November 17, 1964
10 10
Correspondence
November 18, 1964-November 20, 1964
10 11
Correspondence
November 21, 1964-November 24, 1964
10 12
Correspondence
November 25, 1964-November 30, 1964
10 13
Correspondence
December 1, 1964-December 5, 1964
10 14
Correspondence
December 6, 1964-December 9, 1964
10 15
Correspondence
December 10, 1964-December 15, 1964
10 16
Correspondence
December 16, 1964-December 22, 1964
10 17
Correspondence
December 23, 1964-December 25, 1964
10 18
Correspondence
December 26, 1964
10 19
Correspondence
December 28, 1964-December 30, 1964
10 20
Correspondence
December 31, 1964
11 1
Correspondence
January 1, 1965-January 5, 1965
11 2
Correspondence
January 6, 1965-January 12, 1965
11 3
Correspondence
January 13, 1965-January 14, 1965
11 4
Correspondence
January 15, 1965
11 5
Correspondence
January 16, 1965-January 20, 1965
11 6
Correspondence
January 21, 1965-January 22, 1965
11 7
Correspondence
January 23, 1965-January 28, 1965
11 8
Correspondence
January 29, 1965-January 31, 1965
11 9
Correspondence
February 1, 1965-February 2, 1965
11 10
Correspondence
February 3, 1965-February 5, 1965
11 11
Correspondence
February 6, 1965-February 10, 1965
11 12
Correspondence
February 11, 1965-February 14, 1965
10 13
Correspondence
February 15, 1965-February 20, 1965
10 14
Correspondence
February 21, 1965-February 24, 1965
10 15
Correspondence
February 25, 1965-February 27, 1965
10 16
Correspondence
March 1, 1965-March 2, 1965
11 17
Correspondence
March 3, 1965-March 4, 1965
11 18
Correspondence
March 5, 1965-March 9, 1965
11 19
Correspondence
March 10, 1965-March 11, 1965
11 20
Correspondence
March 12, 1965-March 15, 1965
12 1
Correspondence
March 16, 1965-March 17, 1965
12 2
Correspondence
March 18, 1965-March 22, 1965
12 3
Correspondence
March 23, 1965
12 4
Correspondence
March 24, 1965-March 25, 1965
12 5
Correspondence
March 26, 1965-March 29, 1965
12 6
Correspondence
March 30, 1965-March 31, 1965
12 7
Correspondence
April 1, 1965-April 4, 1965
12 8
Correspondence
April 5, 1965-April 12, 1965
12 9
Correspondence
April 13, 1965-Apri 18, 1965
12 10
Correspondence
April 19, 1965-April 26, 1965
12 11
Correspondence
April 27, 1965-April 30, 1965
12 12
Correspondence
May 1, 1965-May 3, 1965
12 13
Correspondence
May 4, 1965-May 7, 1965
12 14
Correspondence
May 8, 1965-May 11, 1965
12 15
Correspondence
May 12, 1965-May 14, 1965
12 16
Correspondence
May 15, 1965-May 24, 1965
12 17
Correspondence
May 25, 1965-May 28, 1965
12 18
Correspondence
May 29, 1965-May 31, 1965
12 19
Correspondence
June 1, 1965-Jume 7, 1965
12 20
Correspondence
June 8, 1965-June 13, 1965
13 1
Correspondence
June 14, 1965- June 16, 1965
13 2
Correspondence
June 17, 1965-June 22, 1965
13 3
Correspondence
June 23, 1965-June 24, 1965
13 4
Correspondence
June 25, 1965-June 30, 1965
13 5
Correspondence
July 1, 1965-July 5, 1965
13 6
Correspondence
July 6, 1965-July 11, 1965
13 7
Correspondence
July 12, 1965
13 8
Correspondence
July 13, 1965-Ju;y 15, 1965
13 9
Correspondence
July 16, 1965-July 18, 1965
13 10
Correspondence
July 19, 1965
13 11
Correspondence
July 20, 1965-July 22, 1965
13 12
Correspondence
July 23, 1965
13 13
Correspondence
July 24, 1965-July 26, 1965
13 14
Correspondence
July 27, 1965-July 30, 1965
13 15
Correspondence
July 31, 1965
13 16
Correspondence
August 1, 1965-August 10, 1965
13 17
Correspondence
August 11, 1965-August 12, 1965
13 18
Correspondence
August 14, 1965-August 17, 1965
13 19
Correspondence
August 18, 1965-August 20. 1965
13 20
Correspondence
August 21, 1965-August 23, 1965
14 1
Correspondence
August 24, 1965-August 27, 1965
14 2
Correspondence
August 28, 1965-August 31, 1965
14 3
Correspondence
September 1, 1965-September 5, 1965
14 4
Correspondence
September 6, 1965-September 7, 1965
14 5
Correspondence
September 8, 1965-September 14, 1965
14 6
Correspondence
September 15, 1965-September 20, 1965
14 7
Correspondence
September 21, 1965-September 25, 1965
14 8
Correspondence
September 26, 1965-September 30, 1965
14 9
Correspondence
October 1, 1965-October 5, 1965
14 10
Correspondence
October 6, 1965-October 11, 1965
14 11
Correspondence
October 12, 1965-October 15, 1965
14 12
Correspondence
October 16, 1965-October 23, 1965
14 13
Correspondence
October 24, 1965-October 29, 1965
14 14
Correspondence
October 29, 1965-October 31, 1965
14 15
Correspondence
November 1, 1965-November 4, 1965
14 16
Correspondence
November 5, 1965-November 14, 1965
14 17
Correspondence
November 15, 1965-November 17, 1965
14 18
Correspondence
November 18, 1965-November 24, 1965
14 19
Correspondence
November 25, 1965-November 30, 1965
14 20
Correspondence
December 1, 1965-December 6, 1965
15 1
Correspondence
December 7, 1965-December 12, 1965
15 2
Correspondence
December 13, 1965-December 21, 1965
15 3
Correspondence
December 22, 1965-December 27, 1965
15 4
Correspondence
December 28, 1965-December 30, 1965
15 5
Correspondence
December 31, 1965
15 6
Correspondence
January 1, 1966-January 6, 1966
15 7
Correspondence
January 6, 1966
15 8
Correspondence
January 7, 1966-January 11, 1966
15 9
Correspondence
January 12, 1966-January 17, 1966
15 10
Correspondence
January 18, 1966-January 21, 1966
15 11
Correspondence
January 22, 1966-January 27, 1966
15 12
Correspondence
January 28, 1966-January 31, 1966
15 13
Correspondence
February 1, 1966-February 2, 1966
15 14
Correspondence
February 3, 1966-February 7, 1966
15 15
Correspondence
February 8, 1966-February 11, 1966
15 16
Correspondence
February 12, 1966-February 16, 1966
15 17
Correspondence
February 17, 1966-February 21, 1966
15 18
Correspondence
February 22, 1966-February 24, 1966
15 19
Correspondence
February 28, 1966-February 28, 1966
15 20
Correspondence
March 1, 1966-Marhc 4, 1966
15 21
Correspondence
March 5, 1966-March 8, 1966
16 1
Correspondence
March 9, 1966-Marhc 14, 1966
16 2
Correspondence
March 15, 1966-March 18, 1966
16 3
Correspondence
March 19, 1966-March 25, 1966
16 4
Correspondence
March 26, 1966-March 31, 1966
16 5
Correspondence
April 1, 1966-April 4, 1966
16 6
Correspondence
April 5, 1966-April 8, 1966
16 7
Correspondence
April 9, 1966-April 14, 1966
16 8
Correspondence
April 15, 1966-April 18, 1966
16 9
Correspondence
April 19, 1966-April 21, 1966
16 10
Correspondence
April 22, 1966-April 27, 1966
16 11
Correspondence
April 28, 1966-April 30, 1966
16 12
Correspondence
May 1, 1966-May 4, 1966
16 13
Correspondence
May 5, 1966-May 10, 1966
16 14
Correspondence
May 11, 1966-May 16, 1966
16 15
Correspondence
May 17, 1966-May 20, 1966
16 16
Correspondence
May 21, 1966-May 25, 1966
16 17
Correspondence
May 26, 1966-May 31, 1966
16 18
Correspondence
June 1, 1966-June 7, 1966
16 19
Correspondence
June 8, 1966-June 10, 1966
17 1
Correspondence
June 11, 1966-June 16, 1966
17 2
Correspondence
June 17, 1966-June 19, 1966
17 3
Correspondence
June 20- 1966-June 23, 1966
17 4
Correspondence
June 24, 1966-June 25, 1966
17 5
Correspondence
June 26, 1966-June 30, 1966
17 6
Correspondence
July 1, 1966-July 5, 1966
17 7
Correspondence
July 6, 1966-July 11, 1966
17 8
Correspondence
July 12, 1966-July 18, 1966
17 9
Correspondence
July 19, 1966-July 30, 1966
17 10
Correspondence
August 1, 1966-August 8, 1966
17 11
Correspondence
August 9, 1966-August 11, 1966
17 12
Correspondence
August 12, 1966-August 14, 1966
17 13
Correspondence
August 16, 1966- August 19, 1966
17 14
Correspondence
August 20, 1966-August 24, 1966
17 15
Correspondence
August 25, 1966- August 29, 1966
17 16
Correspondence
August 30, 1966-August 31, 1966
17 17
Correspondence
September 1, 1966-September 4, 1966
17 18
Correspondence
September 5, 1966-September 10, 1966
17 19
Correspondence
September 11, 1966-September 13, 1966
17 20
Correspondence
September 14, 1966-September 17, 1966
18 1
Correspondence
September 18, 1966-September 22, 1966
18 2
Correspondence
September 23, 1966-September 24, 1966
18 3
Correspondence
September 26m 1966-September 30, 1966
18 4
Correspondence
October 3, 1966-October 12, 1966
18 5
Correspondence
October 14, 1966
18 6
Correspondence
October 15, 1966-October 19, 1966
18 7
Correspondence
October 20, 1966-October 29, 1966
18 8
Correspondence
October 30, 1966-October 31, 1966
18 9
Correspondence
November 1, 1966-November 4, 1966
18 10
Correspondence
November 5, 1966-November 13, 1966
18 11
Correspondence
November 14, 1966-November 16, 1966
18 12
Correspondence
November 17, 1966-November 22, 1966
18 13
Correspondence
November 23, 1966
18 14
Correspondence
November 24, 1966-November 27, 1966
18 15
Correspondence
November 28, 1966-November 29, 1966
18 16
Correspondence
November 30, 1966
18 17
Correspondence
December 1, 1966-December 8, 1966
18 18
Correspondence
December 9, 1966-December 13, 1966
18 19
Correspondence
December 14, 1966-December 15, 1966
18 20
Correspondence
December 16, 1966-December 21, 1966
19 1
Correspondence
December 22, 1966-December 27, 1966
19 2
Correspondence
December 18, 1966-December 31, 1966
19 3
Correspondence
undated, 1966
19 4
Correspondence
January 1, 1967-January 5, 1967
19 5
Correspondence
January 6, 1967-January 13, 1967
19 6
Correspondence
January 14, 1967-January 18, 1967
19 7
Correspondence
January 19, 1967-January 24, 1967
19 8
Correspondence
January 25, 1967-January 27, 1967
19 9
Correspondence
January 28, 1967-January 31, 1967
19 10
Correspondence
February 1, 1967
19 11
Correspondence
February 2, 1967-February 7, 1967
19 12
Correspondence
February 8, 1967-February 12, 1967
19 13
Correspondence
February 13, 1967-February 15, 1967
19 14
Correspondence
February 16, 1967-February 21, 1967
19 15
Correspondence
February 22, 1967-February 24, 1967
19 16
Correspondence
February 25, 1967-February 28, 1967
19 17
Correspondence
March 1, 1967-March 3, 1967
19 18
Correspondence
March 4, 1967-March 8, 1967
19 19
Correspondence
March 9, 1967-March 11, 1967
19 20
Correspondence
March 12, 1967-March 16, 1967
19 21
Correspondence
March 17, 1967-March 21, 1967
20 1
Correspondence
March 22, 1967-March 27, 1967
20 2
Correspondence
March 28, 1967-March 31, 1967
20 3
Correspondence
April 1, 1967-April 4, 1967
20 4
Correspondence
April 5, 1967-April 14, 1967
20 5
Correspondence
April 15, 1967-April 18, 1967
20 6
Correspondence
April 19, 1967-April 24, 1967
20 7
Correspondence
April 25, 1967-April 30, 1967
20 8
Correspondence
May 1, 1967-May 2, 1967
20 9
Correspondence
May 3, 1967-May 4, 1967
20 10
Correspondence
May 5, 1967-May 7, 1967
20 11
Correspondence
May 8, 1967-May 9, 1967
20 12
Correspondence
May 10, 1967-May 14, 1967
20 13
Correspondence
May 15, 1967-May 18, 1967
20 14
Correspondence
May 19, 1967-May 22, 1967
20 15
Correspondence
May 23, 1967-May 29, 1967
20 16
Correspondence
May 30, 1967-May 31, 1967
20 17
Correspondence
June 1, 1967-Juen 5, 1967
20 18
Correspondence
June 6, 1967-June 7, 1967
20 19
Correspondence
June 8, 1967-June 9, 1967
21 1
Correspondence
June 10, 1967-June 15, 1967
21 2
Correspondence
June 16, 1967-June 19, 1967
21 3
Correspondence
June 20, 1967-June 24, 1967
21 4
Correspondence
June 25, 1967-June 28, 1967
21 5
Correspondence
June 29, 1967-June 30, 1967
21 6
Correspondence
July 1, 1967-July 7, 1967
21 7
Correspondence
July 8, 1967-July 11, 1967
21 8
Correspondence
July 12, 1967-July 16, 1967
21 9
Correspondence
July 18, 1967-July 19, 1967
21 10
Correspondence
July 20, 1967-July 25, 1967
21 11
Correspondence
July 26, 1967-July 29, 1967
21 12
Correspondence
July 30, 1967-July 31, 1967
21 13
Correspondence
August 1, 1967-August 8, 1967
21 14
Correspondence
August 9, 1967-August 13, 1967
21 15
Correspondence
August 14, 1967-August 18, 1967
21 16
Correspondence
August 19, 1967-August 21, 1967
21 17
Correspondence
August 22, 1967-August 26, 1967
21 18
Correspondence
August 27, 1967-August 30, 1967
21 19
Correspondence
August 31, 1967
21 20
Correspondence
September 1, 1967-September 6, 1967
21 21
Correspondence
September 7, 1967-Sept 15, 1967
22 1
Correspondence
September 16, 1967-September 21, 1967
22 2
Correspondence
September 22, 1967-September 30, 1967
22 3
Correspondence
October 2, 1967-October 7, 1967
22 4
Correspondence
October 9, 1967-October 19, 1967
22 5
Correspondence
October 20, 1967-October 27, 1967
22 6
Correspondence
October 28, 1967-October 31, 1967
22 7
Correspondence
November 1967
22 8
Correspondence
December 1967
22 9
Correspondence
undated 1967
22 10
Correspondence
January 1968
22 11
Correspondence
February 1968
22 12
Correspondence
March 1968
22 13
Correspondence
April 2, 1968-April 22, 1968
22 14
Correspondence
April 25, 1968-April 29. 1968
22 15
Correspondence
May 1968-June, 1968
22 16
Correspondence
July 1968-December 1969
22 17
Correspondence, A
undated
22 18
Correspondence, B
undated
22 19
Correspondence, C
undated
22 20
Correspondence, Da-De
undated
22 21
Correspondence, Dobiash
undated
23 1
Correspondence, Dobiash
undated
23 2
Correspondence, Dobiash
undated
23 3
Correspondence, Dobiash
undated
23 4
Correspondence, Don-E
undated
23 5
Correspondence, F-G
undated
23 6
Correspondence, H
undated
23 7
Correspondence, I-J
undated
23 8
Correspondence, K
undated
23 9
Correspondence, L
undated
23 10
Correspondence, M
undated
23 11
Correspondence, N
undated
23 12
Correspondence, P
undated
23 13
Correspondence, R-U
undated
23 14
Correspondence, W-Y
undated
23 15
Correspondence, Undated, Unknown

Articles and EssaysReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
24 1
Partial list of articles and essays
Am I Afraid of Freedom; Appeal; Betrayal in Saigon and Political Morality; Bridge Builders
24 2
"Can Check 'War by Amateurs,'" Manchester (N.H.) Union Leader
November 3, 1966
24
"Charge 'Chickenshop," The Freedom Press
September 22, 1965
24
Cold Colonialism; Conflict's Cockpit...A Book Review of 'The Battle for Rhodesia,'" California; Mining Journal
June 1967
24
"Conservatives Win in Seattle: the King County Republican Convention"; Yakima Eagle
June 1, 1966
24
The Council Speaks; The Defeatist Coalition; "Embargo on Friends; Trade with Enemies," The Freedom Press
End the Cold War?
November 17, 1966
Folder
24 3
"Federal Officials Incite With Enemies," Yakima Eagle
June 1, 1966
24
Female Fraud
May 19, 1967
24
Freeways of Freedom
July 14, 1966
24
Fundamental Fallacy
Match 20, 1967
24
Golden Rope; "Good Samaritan's Reward," Manchester (N.H.) Union Leader
June 4, 1965
24
Hatchet Man for New Tong
April 19, 1969
24
Hilarious Hokus-Pokus
May 19, 1966
24
"Hits History Twist," The Freedom Press
August 20, 1965
24
How Much Power Should Government Rightfully Have to Enter Your Home; for the Purpose of Investigating You, Seizing Your Property or Arresting; You?
It's Not That Time Again...
July 15, 1966
Folder
24 4
" Joy to the World," Tonasket Tribune
Kiss of Death; The Liberty Amendment
December 23, 1965
24 5
Liberty Line
25 1
Liberty Line
25 2
Liberty Line
25 3
Liberty Line
25 4
Liberty Line
25 5
Liberty Line (documentation)
25 6
Liberty Line (documentation)
25 7
Liberty Line (subscription orders)
25 8
"The Lodge Appointment to Saigon-- Gargantuan Goof," The Wonderer
July 22, 1965
25
Looking Ahead with ISI; "LBJ and the Red-Dominated OAU," The Independent American
July 1966-August 1966
25
"LBJ Misses Red Trade: No Time for Service Mothers," The Freedom Press
October 12, 1966
25
"McNamara Ouster Seen as Imperative," The Freedom Press
March 15, 1966; May Day-1962
25
"The 'Mellowing' Monster," The Independent American
January 31, 1966
25
"Miscalculation in Vietnam," The Freedom Press
December 30, 1965
25
"No Time for Expediency," Christian Economics
December 14, 1965
25
"No Time to Lose," The Freedom Press
One Million Candlelight
September 29, 1965
Folder
25 9
Our Faded Flag; Paralytic Power; The Robin Hood Freeway; Sample Provision, Valuation Formula and Buy & Sell Agreement: Closely Held Corporation; "Sees Why Losing: Cowardly Capitalists," The Freedom Press, January 31, 1966; Social Education and Action; "South Africa's Vital Task, Manchester (N.H.) Union Leader, October 20, 1969; Statement of Strategy
25 10
Stuart Oles: Tacoma
May 31, 1967
25
Tax Trickery; Teapot Trickery; "That Deceptive Federal Budget," The Freedom Press
June 17, 1966
25
This is National Security?; Twenty Questions?; Unprincipled Unreliability; Washington Republicans and Voluntary Unionism; "What Do We Wait For?" Manchester (N.H.) Union Leader
July 15, 1965
25
Who's Conspiring?
May 19, 1969
25
"Why Not Win in Vietnam?" Intelligence Survey
November 1966
25
Women Fight communism; "You Are An American," Manchester (N.H.) Union Leader
July 26, 1966
Folder
25 11
Untitled items
25 12
Untitled items
25 13
Rough drafts and notes
25 14
Rough drafts and notes
25 15
Rough drafts and notes
26 1
Rough drafts and notes
26 2
Rough drafts and notes
26 3
Rough drafts and notes
26 4
Rough drafts and notes
26 5
Rough drafts and notes

Editorial lettersReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
26 6
Editorial letters
1959-1962
26 7
Editorial letters
1963
26 8
Editorial letters
February 1964-August 1964
26 9
Editorial letters
September 1964-December 1964
26 10
Editorial letters
1965-1968

Speeches and Writings by OthersReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
26 11
The American Legion; Arlington House, Publishers; Asian Speakers Bureau; Bealle, Morris A.; Billings, Tom
26 12
Birtwistle, Colonel O.G.; Blazey, A. G.; Brandt, E. J.; Brown, Leslie; Butler, Eric D.; Christian Crusade Communications Dept.; The Conservative Party Club of Flushing; Coughlin, William .
26 13
Crabtree, Ray; Cropper, R. C.; Davis, Mrs. M. V.; De Courcy, John; De Ganahl, Frank; Dempsey, Colonel Richard W.
26 14
Dies, Martin; Dobiash, Betty Ann
26 15
Dobiash, Betty Ann
27 1
Dobiash, Betty Ann
27 2
Dobiash, Betty Ann; Douglass, Sam S.; Faber, Dorothy A.
27 3
Faber, Dorothy A.; The Fair Play Committee; Fikes, Homer; Fitzhugh, Ed; Ford, James H.; Free Pacific Association; Fritts, Bill; Goldwater, Barry; Goodloe, William C.; Greyling, Theo; Hance, Myrtle; Hansen, Robert; Harrity, Harry L.
27 4
Harmon, Charles M.; Hill, Merritt D.; Holden, Ashley E.; Holliday, Don; Hoover, J. Edgar
27 5
Hosmer, Craig; Huxley-Blythe, P. J.; Ingram, T. Robert; Jackson, Henry M.
27 6
Jaffe Michael D.; The John Birch Society; Johnson, T.; Kaul, Arthur A.; Kennedy, Harold W.; Koen, Albert T.; Kyle, C. Fain
27 7
Labin, Suzanne
27 8
Labin, Suzanne
27 9
Labin, Suzanne
27 10
Labin, Suzanne
27 11
Labin, Suzanne
27 12
Labin, Suzanne
27 14
Labin, Suzanne
28 1
Labin, Suzanne
28 2
Labin, Suzanne
28 3
Labin, Suzanne
28 4
Labin, Suzanne
28 5
Labin, Suzanne
28 10
La Follette, John T.; Lambie, William K.; Lane, L. A.; Lewis, Robert W.; Loeffler, Ted; Lord, Harold; Lydon, James
28 11
Lyons, Daniel
29 1
McAlister, Alexander Worth Jr.; McDowell, Arthur G.; McMath, Sidney S.; Marshall, S. L. A.; Mason, H. Norton; Matthews, J. B.
29 2
Mayne, Jack; Mezvinsky, Norton; Miller, Manuel and Lucille; Miller, Paul; Miller, Thomas; Minh, Ho Chi
29 3
Mlot-Mroz, Jozef; Mowery, Edward J.; Myers, H.; Nhu, Madame Ngo Dinh
29 4
Nhu, Madame Ngo Dinh
29 5
Nhu, Madame Ngo Dinh
29 6
Pfeifer, Carl F.; Pittan, G. F.
29 7
Ploger, R. R.; Potts, Ralph Bushnell; Rayes, Michael; Read, Leonard E.
29 8
Robertson, A. Willis; Robinson, R. W.; Rome, R.C.; Rossellini, Albert D.
29 8
Ryskind, Morrie; Sanders, Carl J.; Schlafly, Phyllis
29 9
Schlafly, Phyllis continued; Senate Internal Security Subcommittee
29 10
Senate Internal Security Subcommittee continued; Sharma, I. C.; Sherer, Samuel A.; Smith, Luther A.; Snohomish County Republican Party; Sollitt, Kenneth W.; Spratlen, Thaddeus H.; SPX Research Associates
29 11
Stellwagon, Florence M.; Strube, W. P. Jr.; Strudza, Michel; Sullivan, William C.; Taylor, Bruce; Thieme, R. B. Jr.; Thomas, Frank
29 12
Thurmond, Strom; Timbers, Lawrence; Todd, Arthur; Ullmer, Fred; Vincent, John
29 13
Walker, Edwin A.; Wall, William A.; Walters, Henry J.; The Washington State University Transcription Service; Whittaker, Charles E.; Woodbury, David O.; Young, Patricia
29 14
Young, Patricia
29 15
Young, Patricia
29 16
Young, Patricia
29 17
Young, Patricia
30 1
Authors unknown but items titled
30 2
Authors unknown but items titled
30 3
Authors unknown but items titled
30 4
Authors unknown but items untitled
30 5
Authors unknown but items untitled

Subject FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
30 6
Algeria
30 7
American Civil Liberties Union
30 8
American Council for Judaism
30 9
American Council for Judaism
30 10
American Friends Service Committee
30 11
American Friends Service Committee
30 12
American Friends Service Committee
30 13
American Legion
30 14
American Opinion Speakers Bureau
30 15
Americans for Constitutional Service
30 16
Americans for Democratic Action
30 17
Americans for Democratic Action
30 18
Anglican Orthodox Church
31 1
Anti-Anti-Communist Action
31 2
Anti-Communist Action
31 3
Anti-Semitism
31 4
Arab organizations
31 5
Assassination
31 6
Associated Speakers Information Service
31 7
Association of Washington Industries
31 8
Atlantic Union
31 9
Berachah Church
31 10
Biographical materials about others
31 11
Bookmailer News
31 12
Butler, Eric D.
31 13
Canadian Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
31 14
Capital Punishment
31 15
Capitalism
31 16
Captive nations
31 17
The Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation
31 18
Chain letters
31 19
Chain letters
31 20
Chambers of Commerce
31 21
Chambers of Commerce
31 22
Chambers of Commerce
32 1
Chambers of Commerce
32 2
Chambers of Commerce
32 3
China (Communist)
32 4
China (Nationalist)
32 5
Christian Challenge
32 6
Church League of America
32 7
Churches
32 9
Civil Rights
32 10
Civil Rights
32 11
Committee for Voluntary Unionism, Inc.
32 12
Committee of One Million
32 13
Committee on Information
32 14
Communism
32 15
Communist front
32 16
Communist Party Line
32 17
Communist Publications
32 18
Communist Speakers
32 19
Conservatism
32 20
Conspiracy
32 21
Constitution
33 1
Council on Foreign Affairs
33 2
Cuba
33 3
Democrats
33 4
Disarmament
33 5
Dobiash, Betty Ann
33 6
Draft dodgers
33 7
The Dunn Survey
33 8
Education
33 9
Elks Committee
33 10
Episcopalians for Christ
33 11
Executive orders
33 12
Extremism
33 13
Federal Communications Commission
33 14
Fellow Travelers
33 15
Fluoridation
33 16
Fort Worth Freedom Center
33 17
Fort Worth Freedom Center
33 18
France
33 19
Free enterprise system
33 20
Freedom Fighters (Spokane)
33 21
Galasso, L.
33 22
Goldenheart Toastmasters
34 1
Goldwater, Barry
34 2
Goldwater, Barry
34 3
Government takeover
34 4
Gravediggers
34 5
Group of Concerned Christians
34 6
Hawkins, Elder G.
34 7
Heinsohn, A. G. Jr.
34 8
Hoover, J. Edgar
34 9
House Committee on Un-American Activities
34 10
Housewives Organize for Better Living
34 11
Hungary (Lincoln)
34 12
Immigration
34 13
Income Tax
34 14
Independent voters
34 15
Ingram, T. Robert
34 16
Integration
34 17
Intelligence Digest
34 18
John Birch Society (Chapter leaders)
34 19
John Birch Society (Sample of materials)
34 20
John Birch Society (Sample of materials)
34 21
John Birch Society (Sample of materials)
35 1
Kiwanis
35 2
Labin, Suzanne
35 3
Labin, Suzanne
35 4
Labin, Suzanne
35 5
Latin America
35 6
League of Women Voters
35 7
Libel suits
35 8
Liberty Amendment
35 9
Liberty Syndicate
35 10
Maricopa Advisory Council
35 11
Maricopa Advisory Council
35 12
Master copies
35 13
Mental health
35 14
Mental health
35 15
Metropolitan government
35 16
Mexico
35 17
Money
35 18
Moral rearmament
35 19
Mothers' Crusade for Victory Over Communism
36 1
National Committee of Christian Laymen
36 2
National Council of Churches of Christ in America
36 3
National Council of Churches of Christ in America
36 4
National Council of Churches of Christ in America
36 5
National Education Society
36 6
National Health Federation
36 7
National Security Seminar
36 8
National Security Seminar
36 9
Nhu, Madame Ngo Dinh
36 10
Nineteen Seventy Six Committee
36 11
Northwest Reformation Broadcast
36 12
Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
36 13
Operation Abolition
36 14
Operation Water Moccasin
36 15
Pacific Northwest Writers Conference
36 16
Palestine
36 17
Panama
36 18
Pauling, Linus
36 19
Peace movement
37 1
The Phoenix Report
37 2
Polecon Foundation
37 3
Polecon Foundation
37 4
Portugal
37 5
Portugal
37 6
Postal Litho Printing Service
37 7
Poverty
37 8
Prayer
37 9
Propaganda
37 10
Quotes
37 11
Quotes
37 12
Race
37 13
Reagan, Ronald
37 14
Republican Precinct Information
37 15
Retirement
37 16
Reuther, Walter
37 17
Rhythm records
37 18
Rioting
37 19
Robert, Archibald E.
37 20
Rockwell, George Lincoln
37 21
St. Julian Society
37 22
St. Thomas' Episcopal Church
37 23
School Testing
38 1
Schuyler, Phillipa
38 2
Seattle World's Fair
38 3
Seeger, Pete
38 4
Segregation
38 5
Sino-Soviet spilt
38 6
Small Business Administration
38 7
Socialism
38 8
"Sound Off"
38 9
South Africa
38 10
South Africa
38 11
South Africa
38 12
South Africa
38 13
South Africa
38 14
South Africa
39 1
South Africa
39 2
South Africa
39 3
South Africa
39 4
South Africa
39 5
South Africa
39 6
South Africa
39 7
South Africa
39 8
South Africa
39 9
South Africa
39 10
South Africa
39 11
South Africa
39 12
South Africa
39 13
South Africa
40 1
South Africa
40 2
Stop Withholding All Taxes (S.W.A.T)
40 3
Students
40 4
Supplies
40 5
Teach-Ins
40 6
A Texan Looks at Lyndon
40 7
Textbooks
40 8
The United Campus Christian Foundation
40 9
United Nations
40 10
United Nations
40 11
United Nations
40 12
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
40 13
United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
40 14
University of California at Berkley
40 15
Urban renewal
40 16
Vietnam
40 17
Vietnam
40 18
Vietnam
40 19
Vietnam
41 1
Vietnam
41 2
Washington Library Association (Legislative Know-How Workshop)
41 3
Washington Library Association (Legislative Know-How Workshop)
41 4
Washington Library Association (Legislative Know-How Workshop)
41 5
Washington Library Association (Legislative Know-How Workshop)
41 6
Washington Library Association (Legislative Know-How Workshop)
41 7
Washington Republican League
41 8
Washington State Elks Association
41 9
Western Washington State College
41 10
Whatcom County Planning Commission
41 11
Whatcom County Planning Commission
42 1
Whatcom County Republican Committee
42 2
The Worker
42 3
World Government
42 4
Wurmbrand, Richard
42 5
York Rite Masonry

Mailing ListsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
42 6
Citizens Defense Fund
42 7
Directories
42 8
Editors
42 9
Geographical lists
42 10
Polecon Foundation
42 11
Polecon Foundation
42 12
Tacoma
42 13
Numbered lists
42 14
Numbered lists
42 15
Numbered lists
42 16
Numbered lists
42 17
Numbered lists
42 18
Numbered lists
43 1
Miscellaneous
43 2
Miscellaneous
43 3
Miscellaneous
43 4
Miscellaneous
43 5
Miscellaneous
43 6
Miscellaneous
43 7
Miscellaneous
43 8
Miscellaneous
43 9
Miscellaneous

OversizedReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box
43
8 Posters (concern the Liberty Amendment and taxes)
43
1 oversized certificate award to the Friends of Rhodesia of Bellingham, Washington, 1966

Photographs (PH086), 1940-1969Return to Top

0.01 linear feet
Container(s) Description Dates
Box
1
PH066_01: [Portrait of Mrs. Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
3 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_01: [Group of Men and Women posed on steps of building]
1.0 photographic print
10 x 8 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_02: Mrs. Adamson [Portrait of Mrs. Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
4 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_03: [Portrait of Mrs. Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
10 x 8 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_04: [Family portrait]
1.0 photographic print
10 x 9 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_05: [Portrait of Lee Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
7 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_06: [Portrait of Lee Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_07: [Portrait of Lee Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_08: [Portrait of Lee Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_09: [Portrait of Lee Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_10: [Portrait of Lee Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_11: [Line draying of Lee]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 5 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_12: [Portrait of Mrs. Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_13: [Portrait of Mrs. Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_14: [Portrait of Mrs. Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_15: [Portrait of Mrs. Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_16: [Portrait of Mrs. Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_17: [Portrait of Mrs. Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
5 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_18: [Portrait of Lee Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
3 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_19: [Portrait of Lee Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
4 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_20: [Portrait of Lee Adamson]
1.0 photographic print
4 x 3 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_21: [Priest with Vietnamese man]
1.0 photographic print
6 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_22: [Peggy Smith]
1.0 photographic print
4 x 4 inches
not yet assigned
PH066_23: [Eric D. Butler]
1.0 photographic print
7 x 5 inches
not yet assigned

BroadsidesReturn to Top

20.0 items

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Accountants--Washington (State)
  • Accounting
  • Anti-communist movements--United States
  • Civic Activism
  • Conservatism--United States
  • Conservatives--United States
  • Journalism
  • Political activists--Washington (State)
  • Political Campaigns
  • Propaganda, Anti-communist
  • Right and left (Political science)
  • Washington (State)
  • World politics--1945-1989
  • Personal Names :
  • Barron, Bryton, 1898-
  • Del Valle, Pedro A. (Pedro Augusto), 1893-1978
  • Fort, William E. (William Edwards)
  • Labin, Suzanne
  • Schlafly, Phyllis
  • Welch, Robert, 1899-1985
  • Corporate Names :
  • Church League of America
  • John Birch Society
  • Mothers' Crusade for Victory over Communism
  • Geographical Names :
  • Bellingham (Wash.)--Politics and government
  • United States--Politics and government--1945-1989
  • Washington (State)--Politics and government--1951-