Ivan King Northwest Black heritage & democratic socialism collection, 1900-2005  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
King, Ivan, 1934-2017
Title
Ivan King Northwest Black heritage & democratic socialism collection
Dates
1900-2005 (inclusive)
Quantity
56.05 cubic feet (58 boxes)
Collection Number
5506
Summary
Materials collected by Ivan King through his involvement in Seattle civil rights issues and municipal projects
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

No restrictions on access to paper-based materials. No user access copies are available for the audio tapes. Users may be able to obtain a reproduction of the audio tapes for a fee. Contact Special Collections for more information.

Records are stored off site; advance notice is required for use.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Ivan King was born Winston Ivan King in Wenatchee, Washington in 1934 and moved to Seattle in 1940. His father was unable to work after being crippled in an accident and died when King was a small child, leaving the family dependent on social services.

As a young adult in Seattle, King became an active pacifist and Christian socialist through his involvement in the Pentecostal church. While attending predominately Black Pentecostal churches, he began researching and writing about Black history, befriended Christian socialists, and came to see a parallel between racial prejudice and the class discrimination he experienced as part of a welfare family,

King studied race relations as an undergraduate at Seattle Pacific University in the mid 1950s, before transferring to the University of Washington. In 1957, he co-founded and served as Chairman of the Anvil Club, a socialist student organization that sought to sustain activism on the UW campus during the height of the Cold War. Through his socialist activism, King met Walt Hundley, with whom he attempted to found the first Seattle Chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE). King was also active in the UW Civil Rights Action Group (CRAG).

In 1964, King was hired as Assistant Director of the Seattle Urban League. Over the next three years, he supported Director Ed Pratt's effort to transform the Urban League into a more activist organization, working on a variety of issues related to education, housing, and welfare, and drafting the original funding proposal for Model Cities. In 1967, Walt Hundley recruited King from the Urban League to oversee the Central Area Motivation Program's (CAMP) Action Education Centers (AEC). The AEC staged controversial grassroots community education programs that sought to challenge racism, facilitate dialog, and promote awareness of African American history. When AEC funding was cut after just one year, Hundley, who had left CAMP to lead Seattle's Model Cities Program, hired King to serve as his Employment and Economic Development Coordinator. Years later, King wrote a brief history of CAMP in 1990.

Source: Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Clippings, government documents, organizational materials, correspondence, ephemera, and other materials, which served as research and background files for King, to support his work activities with the Seattle Urban League, the Action Education Center's African American History Project at CAMP; and, planning and evaluation designs for the Seattle Model City Program (SMCP), the Seattle Income Maintenance Experiment, the Seattle Human Rights Department.

Subject files, correspondence, clippings, meeting notes, publications and other materials relating to socialism and the socialist party in the Pacific Northwest and in other parts of the country.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Creator's literary rights have been transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Accession No. 5506-001: W. Ivan King Northwest Black heritage collection, 1955-1995Return to Top

33.05 cubic feet (35 boxes)
Arrangement: Arranged as received, in ten subject series created by King:
  • Social structure, social dynamics
  • Economics, employment
  • Power, politics, decision making
  • Education, schools, intellectual life
  • Social relations, family, informal
  • Ideology, religion, systems of belief
  • Aesthetics: music, art, dance, drama, literature
  • Mental and physical health, personality
  • Ecology, international relations, history, overlapping codes
  • CAMP: Central Area Motivational Program

Scope and Content: Clippings, government documents, organizational materials, correspondence, ephemera, and other materials, which served as research and background files for King, to support his work activities with the Seattle Urban League, the Action Education Center's African American History Project at CAMP; and, planning and evaluation designs for the Seattle Model City Program (SMCP), the Seattle Income Maintenance Experiment, the Seattle Human Rights Department.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access to paper-based materials. No user access copies are available for the audio tapes. Users may be able to obtain a reproduction of the audio tapes for a fee. Contact Special Collections for more information.

Records are stored off site; advance notice required for use.

Viewing or listening to media materials may require the production of use copies.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights have been transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Source: W. Ivan King, December 2007.

Container(s) Description Dates
Social Structure, Social dynamic
1955-1995
Box Accession
1 5506-001
Seattle Model Cities Program
Scope and Content: Model Neighborhood descriptive reports; general materials, especially monitoring/evaluation and physical planning
2 5506-001
General social structure/dynamics
2 5506-001
Research techniques and ethics
2 5506-001
Demographics, census, minority undercount
2 5506-001
Urban planning and problems (non-SMCP)
Economics, employment
1955-1995
Box Accession
3 5506-001
Seattle Model Cities Program: Department of Employment and Economic Development
3 5506-001
War-On-Poverty general material
3 5506-001
Seattle Income Maintenance Experiment
4 5506-001
Human Rights Department; Affirmative Action annual report on City of Seattle
1978-1987
4 5506-001
Operation of Human Rights Department's Affirmative Action unit: problems, humor, job specifications, etc.
5 5506-001
Miscellaneous
5 5506-001
City of Seattle Affirmative Action plans, with commentary by Human Rights Department, Citizen groups, etc.
1972-1991
6 5506-001
Miscellaneous
6 5506-001
U.S., State, SMSA and King County Affirmative Action, EEO & C.C.
6 5506-001
Office for Women's rights; especially regarding minority women
6 5506-001
Seattle Affirmative Action: RFCs, recruitment, training, etc.
6 5506-001
Availability data; census
7 5506-001
Miscellaneous
Power, politics, decision making
1955-1995
Box Accession
8 5506-001
Seattle Urban League, National Urban League
8 5506-001
NAACP: Bremerton, Seattle, and national
8 5506-001
CORE: Seattle and national
8 5506-001
Black Panther Party: Seattle and national
8 5506-001
SNCC
9 5506-001
Groups: Black Power, Civil Rights, Civil Liberties
9 5506-001
Coalitions, Deomonstrations
9 5506-001
National Black leaders (most with local connections)
9 5506-001
Civil rights strategy
9 5506-001
Anti-civil rights: KKK, FBI, HUAC, CIA, WCC, etc.
10 5506-001
City, county, state & federal human rights; civil rights agencies
10 5506-001
Seattle Human Rights Department (except Affirmative Action)
10 5506-001
Elbert Guillory fiasco (as Human Rights Director)
10 5506-001
City, county, state minorities (civil rights candidates and issues)
10 5506-001
Jokes, humor
10 5506-001
Miscellaneous
11 5506-001
National electoral activity and opinion polls
11 5506-001
National Black leaders, politicians & issues
11 5506-001
Presidental eras: concern for minorities & poor
11 5506-001
Separatists; riots & reactions
11 5506-001
Lawyers & courts
12 5506-001
Seattle Model City Program:law & justice, citizen participation
12 5506-001
Citizen and community participation, particularly CSCE & CSCCF
12 5506-001
Police, parole, imprisonment
Education, schools, intellectual life
1955-1995
Seattle Urban League: Triad Plan for upgrading/integrating grade schools
1964
Box Accession
13 5506-001
Data, statistics, ideas
13 5506-001
Publicity, surveys
13 5506-001
Drafts, final and summary
13 5506-001
Reactions, media items
Box Accession
13 5506-001
Seattle Urban League Education Committee minutes, etc.
1964-1967
Triad Update for Seattle Urban League
1977
Box Accession
14 5506-001
Proposals, strategy
14 5506-001
Racial/ethnic data & definitions
14 5506-001
Socio-economic data & definitions
14 5506-001
Academic data & definitions
14 5506-001
Facilities, administrative factors, etc.
15 5506-001
Miscellaneous
15 5506-001
News clippings regarding updated triad & SPS "Seattle Plan"
Box Accession
15 5506-001
SPS "Seattle Plan" for school integration
1978
CAMP Action Education Centers ("Soul Search" African American heritage)
Box Accession
16 5506-001
Internal structure, etc.
16 5506-001
Training, self-evaluation
16 5506-001
Lesson plans, product
17 5506-001
Curriculum development
17 5506-001
News clippings
17 5506-001
Staff training, evaluations
17 5506-001
External participation
17 5506-001
Preludes: freedom schools, summer seminars, grass roots forums
Box Accession
18 5506-001
Racial distribution in Seattle Public Schools
18 5506-001
Policies, plans, efforts to desegregrate schools, primarily Seattle Public Schools
18 5506-001
Contrary efforts
18 5506-001
Other local, regional & national policies, plans regarding desegregation
Quality education
Box Accession
19 5506-001
Study centers, besides CAMP
19 5506-001
Academic freedom, ethics
19 5506-001
Student control
General Notes: See also box 23
19 5506-001
Title I & II (pre-college ESEA)
19 5506-001
Drop-outs, suspensions
19 5506-001
Disadvantaged, handicapped
19 5506-001
Testing, test bias
19 5506-001
Conflict, disturbances
19 5506-001
Gifted; compensatory education
19 5506-001
Specific high schools
19 5506-001
Specific subject areas
Minority heritage & restructuring
General Notes: See also boxes 16-17: Action Education Centers
Box Accession
20 5506-001
Cultural Pluralism Project
20 5506-001
Textbooks, test evaluation
20 5506-001
African American Academy
20 5506-001
Black scholarship
20-21 5506-001
African American studies
20-21 5506-001
Intergroup relations
20-21 5506-001
Multi-ethnic curriculum
20-21 5506-001
Quality integrated education
20-21 5506-001
Alternative schools
21 5506-001
Urban education crisis
21 5506-001
Headstart, pre-school
Other restructuring (besides Triad & AEC)
Box Accession
22 5506-001
Continuous progress
22 5506-001
Educational parks
General Notes: See also Triad materials
22 5506-001
City cf. suburb
22 5506-001
SMCP, OEO
22 5506-001
Urban League, besides Triad
22 5506-001
Magnet schools
22 5506-001
School closures
22 5506-001
Middle schools; 4-4-4 plan
Community & schools, funding, facilities
Box Accession
23 5506-001
Parent and citizen rapport, support
23 5506-001
Parent and citizen impact, control
23 5506-001
Central Area School Council
23 5506-001
PTA, PTSA
23 5506-001
Seattle Public School Board, other boards
23 5506-001
Superintendent, administrator
23 5506-001
Volunteers, tutoring
23 5506-001
Municipal League, In-Touch, other community groups
23 5506-001
Levies, vouchers, other fund State & federal entities
Teachers, organizations, higher education, Seattle Public Schools in general
Box Accession
24 5506-001
UW, SCC, other higher education
24 5506-001
EOP, recruitment, AA
24 5506-001
Black Student Union
24 5506-001
Intellectuals
24 5506-001
Higher education curriculum
24 5506-001
Higher education integration
24 5506-001
Student movement
Social relations, family, informal
1955-1995
Box Accession
25 5506-001
Social status, sports & recreation, social class, etc.
25 5506-001
Blacks: females cf. males, family life, children
25 5506-001
Inter-racial dating & marriage, mixed race children
26 5506-001
Migration patterns, historic trends
26 5506-001
Housing integration and segregation
26 5506-001
Increasing quantity and quality of housing for Blacks
26 5506-001
Consumer action, problems, protection
26 5506-001
Young & elderly, inter-generational issues
27 5506-001
Social services (non-financial); theory & practice
27 5506-001
Co-ops, organizations
27 5506-001
Seattle Urban League Welfare Committee & survey
27 5506-001
Model Cities welfare projects
27 5506-001
Good & gone-amiss social welfare
27 5506-001
Humor
Idealogy, religion, systems of belief
1955-1995
Box Accession
28 5506-001
Various religions & denominations: beliefs & actions
28 5506-001
Social action groups with religious or ethnical foundations, some inter-religious
28 5506-001
Social and Ethical issues: brotherhood, feminism, Black power, non-violence, etc.
28 5506-001
Moderate & right-wing vs. progressive
28 5506-001
Art, music in church
28 5506-001
Original research
Aesthetics: music, art, dance, drama, literature, TV/radio
1955-1995
Box Accession
29 5506-001
Local Black theater
29 5506-001
Concepts of beauty
29 5506-001
Copies of Seattle Observer & A-A journal
29 5506-001
Sculpture, fabrics
29 5506-001
Film
29 5506-001
Comedians, cartoons
Mental and physical health, personality
1955-1995
Box Accession
30 5506-001
Socialized cf. national health insurance, fee for services; AMA, pre-paid, Co-op
30 5506-001
Seattle Model Cities projects
30 5506-001
Medicare/Medicaid
30 5506-001
Medical care international
31 5506-001
Physical health, public health, medical care, statistics
31 5506-001
Mental health, attitudes, prejudice language, violence
31 5506-001
Miscellaneous: Bakke decision, health training, etc.
Ecology, international relations, history, overlapping
1955-1995
Box Accession
32 5506-001
Blacks and war, especially: Vietnam, Gulf War (1990-1991)
32 5506-001
Civil rights and peace
32 5506-001
Ecology
32 5506-001
History
32 5506-001
Mixed themes
CAMP: Central Area Motivation Program
1955-1995
Box Accession
33 5506-001
News clippings on the Central Area Motivation Program
1964-1991
34 5506-001
Central Area Motivation Program
circa 1964-1969
34 5506-001
Development, as part of the War-On-Poverty
34 5506-001
CAMP Board
34 5506-001
CAMP departments
35 5506-001
Taped interviews at CAMP
1963-1990
35 5506-001
CAMP Trumpet & newsletter
1966-1970
35 5506-001
Evaluations of CAMP, especially Skeob
1966-1968
35 5506-001
CAMP histories and development material; Seattle Model Cities Program involvement; 8/27 committee

Accession No. 5506-002: W. Ivan King Democratic Socialism collection, 1900-2005Return to Top

23 cubic feet (23 boxes)

Scope and Content: Subject files, correspondence, clippings, meeting notes, publications and other materials relating to socialism and the socialist party in the Pacific Northwest and in other parts of the country.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users

Some material stored offsite; advance notice is required for use.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries

Acquisition Info: , null

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Accession
1 5506-002
Northwest Calland other Socialist Party of Washington mailings and publications
1958-2003
1 5506-002
Northwest Callcorrespondence
1967-2003
1 5506-002
Miscellaneous correspondence
1955-2005
Box Accession
1 5506-002
Frank Goheen
1 5506-002
Joe Randell
1 5506-002
Wayne D. Stamps
1 5506-002
Randell Thomas
1 5506-002
Ruth Pool
1 5506-002
Bill Yates
1 5506-002
Jack Utter
1 5506-002
Old Timers (active before 1958)
1 5506-002
Requests for literature, information, pins, appearances, and other miscellaneous
1 5506-002
Examples of hate mail or negativism
2 5506-002
Socialist Party - Seattle Area and Washington
Box Accession
2 5506-002
Socialist Party State Convention & Brisben/Kissell
1981
2 5506-002
Seattle Socialist Party General Executive Committee items
2 5506-002
Constructive criticism
2 5506-002
Volunteer forms completed and chores
2 5506-002
Membership and finance committee membership list
2 5506-002
Socialist Party general membership business material
2 5506-002
Seattle Socialist Party principles and by-laws
2 5506-002
Socialist Party memberships: applications and lists
2 5506-002
Organizational tax exemption
2 5506-002
Meeting materials and notes (membership and steering committee)
2 5506-002
Publicity and expanded mailing
2 5506-002
Marcia Pearson benefit
2 5506-002
Coalition of Socialist Parties
Box Accession
2 5506-002
Organizational items and minutes
2 5506-002
Correspondence
2 5506-002
New Mobilization, Peoples Coalition for Peace & Justice, other efforts to end the war in Vietnam
Box Accession
2 5506-002
Bill Arensmeyer Case (Socialist Party member)
2 5506-002
New Mobilization conference mailings and proposals
2 5506-002
New Mobilization committee to end the war
2 5506-002
Peoples' Coalition for Peace & Justice: Seattle
2 5506-002
People's Coalition for Peace & Justice: National
2 5506-002
SEAPAC (Seattle Peace Action Coalition)
2 5506-002
Student Mobilization Committee (SMC)
2 5506-002
Participation in other peace action groups
Box Accession
2 5506-002
Miscellaneous peace and other coalitions and actions
2 5506-002
Foreign affairs, world revolution, WTO, NAFTA
2 5506-002
Peace candidates
2 5506-002
Student Peace Union (SPU)
2 5506-002
News coverage of anti-Vietnam war
2 5506-002
Socialist Party and Fellowship of Reconciliation
2 5506-002
Iraq and Afghanistan
2 5506-002
Days of Resistance
2 5506-002
Seattle Peace IMFO Center & World without War Council
2 5506-002
Witness for Peace
1950s-1960s
2 5506-002
Northwest Coalition for Peace Jobs and Justice
2 5506-002
Other issues with international implications
Box Accession
2 5506-002
Globalization
2 5506-002
People's Mojahedin Organization
2 5506-002
Poland & Solidarnosc
2 5506-002
Mexico, Central America, & Caribbean
2 5506-002
Rural socialism and populism
2 5506-002
Israel, Palestine, and Middle East
2 5506-002
Chile & other South American countries
2 5506-002
Military-industrial complex
2 5506-002
Philippines - general
2 5506-002
Samar Relief Committee
2 5506-002
Articles on Philippines by Ivan King
2 5506-002
Philippines - Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU)
3 5506-002
Ideas/Resources and Socialist Party Committees
Box Accession
3 5506-002
Publicity, media ideas, films, plays, audio aids
3 5506-002
Program ideas and resource people/aids
3 5506-002
Meeting ideas and past meeting materials
3 5506-002
Mass media address lists
3 5506-002
Meeting/panel in-process and planning sheets
3 5506-002
Seattle Socialist Party future and staffing needs
3 5506-002
KRAB commentaries by Ivan King
1963-1964
3 5506-002
Current study groups
3 5506-002
Miscellaneous items
3 5506-002
Socialist education and media relations
Box Accession
3 5506-002
Experimental college course: developmental materials and notes
3 5506-002
Study group: meaning of Democratic Socialism
3 5506-002
Appropriate and inaccurate views of Communism and Socialism
3 5506-002
Basic talk on Socialism
3 5506-002
Crimes of capitalism, tax avoidance, and "corporate socialism"
3 5506-002
"Paradise or Extinction" by Horace Campbell
3 5506-002
Northwest Radical history project
3 5506-002
Local media views of socialism/communism around the world
3 5506-002
Third party candidates and lefties running as Democrats
3 5506-002
Employment, strikes, and unemployment
3 5506-002
Socialist theory, relevance of Marx
3 5506-002
Reagan actions
3 5506-002
Letters and articles by or about local members
Box Accession
3 5506-002
Letters to the Editor by Socialist Party members and friends
3 5506-002
Articles by or about Socialist Party members and friends
3 5506-002
Articles written for Freedom Socialists by Ivan King
1978-1979
3 5506-002
Media relations, mis-emphasis, distortions, and mistakes
3 5506-002
Support for FSP in face of attacks
3 5506-002
Meeting notices in media and fliers
3 5506-002
Local action re: law and justice, feminism, and arts
Box Accession
3 5506-002
Women's liberation and feminism
3 5506-002
Law and justice, criminal punishment
3 5506-002
Art, photographs, and literature
3 5506-002
Education, schools, and intellectual life
3 5506-002
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues
3 5506-002
Socialized medicine, health, vegetarianism, welfare/social work
Box Accession
3 5506-002
Socialized medicine, healthcare, COOPS
3 5506-002
Welfare and social work
3 5506-002
Vegetarianism, food resources, and hunger
3 5506-002
Boycott newsletter
3 5506-002
Social ecology
3 5506-002
Attitudes, re-evaluation council
3 5506-002
Central Area Motivation Program (CAMP) and Seattle Urban League
Box Accession
3 5506-002
CAMP involvement of Ivan King
3 5506-002
Urban League education items by Ivan King
3 5506-002
Urban League housing items by Ivan King
3 5506-002
Urban League miscellaneous items by Ivan King
3 5506-002
Grass roots forum
4 5506-002
Coalition for Fair Elections (CFFE), Ballot Access Struggles, Proposals
Box Accession
4 5506-002
Legislation re: minor parties and reactions
1971
4 5506-002
Coalition for Fair Elections
1971
4 5506-002
Legislation re: minor parties and reactions
1972
4 5506-002
Coalition for Fair Elections
1972
4 5506-002
Legislation re: minor parties and statements
1977
4 5506-002
Coalition for Fair Elections and COSP
1977
4 5506-002
Election Reform (Kramer Council)
1970
4 5506-002
Alternative election proposals
4 5506-002
Minor parties: Civil Rights, Harassment, Financial Limitations
Box Accession
4 5506-002
Public Disclosure Commission
4 5506-002
FBI, CIA and Police files on socialists, etc; P.O.; Re-elections
4 5506-002
Problems with signatures, non-privacy issues
4 5506-002
Party integrity and accountability; parliamentary system
4 5506-002
Miscellaneous court cases: Buffalo Party Convention, etc.
4 5506-002
Common cause (and similar groups): pluses and minuses
4 5506-002
Major party dirty tricks, failure to follow platform
4 5506-002
Major party repression of minor parties
4 5506-002
Attitudes toward minor parties, left and right
4 5506-002
Myths and realities of the two-party systen; independents; non-voting
4 5506-002
Financing campaigns, especially for money for major parties vs. minor parties
4 5506-002
Harassment of minor parties; attempts to disqualify; discrimination
4 5506-002
C.F.F.E., C.O.S.P., etc.: media access struggles, proposals; historic role of minor parties, appearances
Box Accession
4 5506-002
Appearances
4 5506-002
Media ignorance, disregard, misrepresentation of minor parties
4 5506-002
Arguments for minor party activity in elections
4 5506-002
Voter turn-out, the appeal of minor parties, voter apathy
4 5506-002
Democrats of ten betray constituencies
4 5506-002
Benefits, contributions, rationale for 3rd parties
4 5506-002
Specific struggles by Socialist Party, relevant N.W. Calls
Box Accession
4 5506-002
N.W. Calls with relevant articles
4 5506-002
Owl party, Buffalo party
4 5506-002
Socialist party support for other minor parties
4 5506-002
Socialist Party (historic and recent efforts)
4 5506-002
Minor party electoral participation, voting records, problems or issues not otherwise categorized (WA state)
Box Accession
4 5506-002
Elections, misc.
1967-2005
5 5506-002
National Resources and Laws, FEC, Ballot Access News, and FCC
Box Accession
5 5506-002
Ballot access news/Richard Winger
5 5506-002
H.R. 2320
5 5506-002
Minority party convention ideas, procedures, validation, Secretary of State contacts
5 5506-002
Other organizations working on fair ballot access
5 5506-002
Federal Election Commission
5 5506-002
National legislation with minor party impact (also federal court actions)
5 5506-002
Equal time rule, presidential debates
5 5506-002
Coalition for open government
5 5506-002
Federal Communications Commission
5 5506-002
Inter-state comparison of ballot access laws
5 5506-002
Civil liberties, civil rights, and ballot access
5 5506-002
FBI, CIA, Hatch Act and other restrictions, including loyalty oaths
5 5506-002
Jesse Jackson campaign and problems as "minor" party
5 5506-002
Press/media limitation and opposition
5 5506-002
Failure of major parties to represent majority of people
5 5506-002
Local membership, finance, and platform
Box Accession
5 5506-002
Local and national platform and notes
1978, 1980, 1982
5 5506-002
Meeting notices since 1973 (sample only)
5 5506-002
Miscellaneous material, including meeting notes
1990
5 5506-002
Miscellaneous material, including meeting notes
1980s
5 5506-002
Miscellaneous material, including meeting notes
1970s
5 5506-002
Local evolution from "old" Socialist Party to "new" Socialist Party
1970-1973
Box Accession
5 5506-002
Delegate appeal documentation and communication re: members
5 5506-002
"Sidelight" letters on relationship with NO
5 5506-002
Sample of meeting notices
1970-1973
5 5506-002
DEBS Caucus
1970
5 5506-002
DEBS Caucus
1971
5 5506-002
DEBS Caucus
1972
5 5506-002
Withdrawal of Seattle Socialist Party from National
1972
5 5506-002
"Subversion" by N.O.
5 5506-002
Principles, platform, and by-laws
1970-1972
5 5506-002
Union of Democratic Socialists
1973
5 5506-002
Local Socialist Party materials
1957-1969
Box Accession
5 5506-002
Notes from grass roots forums or speeches given
5 5506-002
Miscellaneous Socialist Party material
1957-1969
5 5506-002
Sample of meeting notices
1957-1969
5 5506-002
Pre-1957 local Socialist Party material and Northwest left history
Box Accession
5 5506-002
Local Socialist Party materials
1951-1956
5 5506-002
Socialist Party local files
1944-1950
5 5506-002
Local Socialist Party files
1942
5 5506-002
Local Socialist Party files
1940
5 5506-002
Radical Northwest history
1920-1939
5 5506-002
Radical Northwest history
1900-1919
6 5506-002
Socialist Party USA national materials
1973-2005
7 5506-002
Correspondence to and from national office
1963-2001
7 5506-002
Socialist Party work groups
Box Accession
7 5506-002
Religion/socialism work group
7 5506-002
Peace work group and international affairs
7 5506-002
Socialist feminism work group
7 5506-002
Hispanic relations (Socialist Party principles in Spanish)
7 5506-002
Lesbian and gay liberation work group
7 5506-002
Socialist Party handbook for members
7 5506-002
Labor commission
7 5506-002
Hammer and Tongs: Internal Discussion Bulletin of the Socialist Party
1973-2005
7 5506-002
Socialist Party conventions, constitutions, and platforms
1973-2002
8 5506-002
Socialist Tribune/The Socialist
1970-2005
8 5506-002
May Day! Quartlerly Journal of the Socialist Party
1981-1984
8 5506-002
Arise
2002
8 5506-002
Socialist Women
2001
8 5506-002
Other Socialist Party publications
1984, 2001, 2002
8 5506-002
Letters re: Socialist Party publications
1980s
9 5506-002
Young Democratic Socialists, Local Organizations
Box Accession
9 5506-002
University of Washington events of concern
9 5506-002
Efforts to establish groups on and off campus
1972
9 5506-002
Young Peoples Socialist League and student peace movements
1970-1972
9 5506-002
Efforts to establish group on campus
1966-1969
9 5506-002
Young Socialists Club, University of Washington1961-1969
9 5506-002
Anvil Club (Democratic Socialist Club), University of Washington
1957-1961
9 5506-002
University of Washington Dailies from witchhunt era
9 5506-002
Young Democratic Socialists, National Organizations
Box Accession
9 5506-002
Young Peoples Socialist League of the new Socialist Party
1990
9 5506-002
Young Peoples Socialist League
1950-1972
9 5506-002
Anvil: A Student Socialist Magazine
1950s
9 5506-002
Young Peoples Socialist League: Student Partisan and Berkeley Young Socialist Review
1962-1963
9 5506-002
Young Socialist Review
1954-1957, 1959-1962
9 5506-002
Various publications
1950s, 1960s
9 5506-002
Socialist Youth League
1940s
10 5506-002
Dissent
1957-1960
10 5506-002
In These Times
1977-1982
10 5506-002
I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World)
1949-1995
10 5506-002
Radical songs, labor and black movement songs
10 5506-002
Socialism and the Arts
11 5506-002
"Old" Socialist Party national materials
1960-1972
11 5506-002
"Old" Socialist Party miscellaneous materials
1960-1972
Box Accession
11 5506-002
Miscellaneous
11 5506-002
Selected publications
1960-1972
11 5506-002
Coalition caucus (Socialist Party and Young Peoples Socialist League
11 5506-002
Berkeley and California Young Peoples Socialist League (later Social Democrats)
11 5506-002
Hammer and Tongs
1960-1972
11 5506-002
"Old" Socialist Party materials
1959 and earlier
Box Accession
11 5506-002
Hammer and Tongs
1959 and earlier
11 5506-002
Socialist Party national materials
1959 and earlier
11 5506-002
"Antique" booklets from Left
11 5506-002
The Nature of Capitalist Crisis
late 1930s
12 5506-002
DEBS Caucus of Socialist Party, other anti-N.O. Action
12 5506-002
Convention action
12 5506-002
Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee
12 5506-002
The Northern Rose--Alaska DSA
12 5506-002
Social Democrats USA and the "new" Young Peoples Socialist League
12 5506-002
Democratic Socialists of America
12 5506-002
New American
1960-1973
13 5506-002
Other left-of-center, Democratic Socialist or Social Demoratic organizations since 1960
Box Accession
13 5506-002
Miscellaneous
13 5506-002
Green Party and Nader campaign
2004
13 5506-002
Buffalo Party
13 5506-002
Kadima
13 5506-002
Citizen's Party
13 5506-002
New America Movement (NAM)
13 5506-002
New America Movement & Moving On (Newspapers of NAM)
13 5506-002
International Socialists reprints of historical documents
13 5506-002
Workers' Power: International Socialists
13 5506-002
International Socialists
Late 1960s to 1977
13 5506-002
International Socialists Organization
1977-1984
13 5506-002
Red Planet & International Socialist Organization
1982-1984
13 5506-002
International Socialist Organization (1984)
13 5506-002
Solidarity: A Socialist Feminist Network
13 5506-002
Rainbow Coalition
13 5506-002
New Party (later Peoples' Party)
1968-1974
13 5506-002
Independent Socialist Committee (Draper, et. al.)
13 5506-002
Seattle Liberation Front & Seattle 7
13 5506-002
Hutterites (of E. Washington)
13 5506-002
Humanistic Socialist Discussion Group
1975
13 5506-002
Labor Party
1996
13 5506-002
Students for a Democratic Society
13 5506-002
Socialist Labor Party and Industrial Union Party
13 5506-002
Peoples Party
14 5506-002
Socialist Party State Affiliates (except California and Washington)
15 5506-002
Oregon Socialist Party
15 5506-002
Socialist Party of California
Box Accession
15 5506-002
California (LA and southern)
15 5506-002
California Socialist
1972-1985, 1997, 1998
15 5506-002
California (SF and northern)
15 5506-002
Santa Barbara, CA
15 5506-002
"Sister" publications from Western USA
Box Accession
15 5506-002
Free Socialist
15 5506-002
Industrial Democracy
15 5506-002
Discussion Bulletin(Grand Rapids, MI)
1985-1987
15 5506-002
New West Magazine
15 5506-002
New Socialist
1976-1986
15 5506-002
Synthesis(Social Ecology) San Pedro, CA
15 5506-002
Synthesis/Green Synthesis
1984-1992
16 5506-002
Historic Spokespeople for Democratic Socialism
Box Accession
16 5506-002
David McReynolds (articles by and about)
16 5506-002
Eugene v. Debs
16 5506-002
Norman Thomas
16 5506-002
A.J. Muste
16 5506-002
A. Philip Randolph
16 5506-002
Bayard Rustin
16 5506-002
Irving Howe
16 5506-002
Michael Harrington (see SP, ISL, DSOC, DSA)
16 5506-002
Sidney Lens
16 5506-002
Emma Goldman, Margaret Sanger
16 5506-002
Noam Chomsky
16 5506-002
Hal Draper
16 5506-002
Miscellaneous
16 5506-002
Rosa Luxemburg
16 5506-002
Overflow from Box 13: sister organizations with some northwest connections
Box Accession
16 5506-002
Washington Democratic Council; A.D.A.
16 5506-002
Attempted Alliances on the Left (Miscellaneous)
16 5506-002
Anderson campaign for president
1980
16 5506-002
Heretic's Journal (Ron Ginther)
16 5506-002
New Politics
16 5506-002
Labor Committee/NCLC
16 5506-002
Misc. New Left
16 5506-002
Peace & Freedom Party and Black Panther Party
1968
16 5506-002
Anarchy
16 5506-002
"Sister" publications and organizations from eastern USA
Box Accession
16 5506-002
Democratizing Communism
1992
16 5506-002
The Pulse of Capitalism
16 5506-002
Miscellaneous box 16 material
16 5506-002
Constitutional Socialist Party of America
16 5506-002
League for Industrial Democracy
16 5506-002
Jewish Socialist Bund (Di Ygnt Shtimme)
16 5506-002
Charles Kerr Publishing Company (I.W.W., etc.)
16 5506-002
Radical Jewish Union (The Jewish Radical)
16 5506-002
Miscellaneous left Jewish publications
16 5506-002
Catholic Worker
1981-1996
16 5506-002
Discussion Bulletin(Grand Rapids, MI)
1988-1999
16 5506-002
The Oar
1977-1979
16 5506-002
Workers' Democracy
1985-1989
17 5506-002
Labor Action
1947-1958
18 5506-002
Workers Party (WP) & Independent Socialist League (ISL) miscellaneous material
Box Accession
18 5506-002
Split of Workers Party from Socialist Workers Party
1940
18 5506-002
Workers Party
1940s
18 5506-002
Independent Socialist League
1940s-1950s
18 5506-002
Workers Party Bulletin
1946-1949
18 5506-002
Workers Party/Independent Socialist League Forumand Party Builder
1946-1958
18 5506-002
The New International
1947-1957
19 5506-002
Miscellaneous Left publications
1938-1982
Box Accession
19 5506-002
Radical Education Project
1966-1981
19 5506-002
American Forum for Socialist Education
late 1950s
19 5506-002
Insurgent Sociologistand excerpts from American Socialist
19 5506-002
Dollars & Sense
1981-1982
19 5506-002
Newsfront International
1981-1982
19 5506-002
Progressive World
1947
19 5506-002
Socialist Review
1980
19 5506-002
Partisan Review
1938 and 1981
19 5506-002
New Politics
1961-1976
19 5506-002
Monthly Review
1967-1982, 1990-1991
20 5506-002
Cooperative Commonwealth Federation in British Columbia
20 5506-002
Newest Review(British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatcewan)
20 5506-002
New Democratic Party of British Columbia
Box Accession
20 5506-002
Miscellaneous news clippings, etc.
20 5506-002
Young New Democratic Party of British Columbia
20 5506-002
Policies
1961-1981
20 5506-002
Miscellaneous publications, constitutions, etc.
20 5506-002
Women's issues/publications
20 5506-002
British Columbia: New Democratic Party and others (letters)
20 5506-002
New Democratic Party as official opposition
20 5506-002
Boag Foundation
20 5506-002
Western Socialist, Scientific Socialism
20 5506-002
Earth & FireBritish Columbia anarchists
Box Accession
20 5506-002
The Democrat
1980-1989
21 5506-002
International meetings in Vancouver, Britist Columbia
1978
Box Accession
21 5506-002
Congress of Social Democratic Women
21 5506-002
Socialist International Congress
21 5506-002
New Democratic Party of Canada
Box Accession
21 5506-002
New Democratic Party clippings and Ottawa Report
21 5506-002
New Democratic Party youth
21 5506-002
New Democratic Party of Canada
21 5506-002
Cooperative Commonwealth Federation
21 5506-002
Socialist International
Box Accession
21 5506-002
Democratic Socialists & Social Democrats, internationally
21 5506-002
Socialist Affairs(published by Socialist International)
21 5506-002
International Confederation of Free Trade Unions
21 5506-002
Socialist International and International Union of Socialist Youth
21 5506-002
International Union of Socialist Youth
21 5506-002
Socialist International Women
21 5506-002
World Socialists
21 5506-002
Historical Socialism
22 5506-002
Local presidential campaigns
1976, 1980, 1984, 1988, 2000
Box Accession
22 5506-002
McReynolds-Hollis campaign materials
22 5506-002
Kenoyer-Ehrenreich campaign materials
22 5506-002
Johnson-Walton campaign materials
22 5506-002
McReynolds-Drufenbrock campaign correspondence
22 5506-002
McReynold-Drufenbrock campaign materials
22 5506-002
Civil Rights Movement
Box Accession
22 5506-002
Ecology, inter-institutional
22 5506-002
Economics, employment, job training
22 5506-002
Decision-making power, politics
22 5506-002
Education, schools
22 5506-002
Social, family, housing, childcare
22 5506-002
Interracial dating, marriage, families
22 5506-002
Feminism, gender discrimination
22 5506-002
Religion, belief system, philosophy
22 5506-002
Overlap topics to sort
22 5506-002
Aesthetics, the arts, media
22 5506-002
Individual mental and physical health
22 5506-002
International history
22 5506-002
Model cities, C.A.M.P.
22 5506-002
NAACP, CORE Urban League
22 5506-002
Affirmative Action, civil rights marches
22 5506-002
Miscellaneous Indian rights organizations, photos, articles on Indian history and current issues
22 5506-002
Labor Movement, especially Socialist Party involvement
Box Accession
22 5506-002
Pacific Northwest Labor History Association
22 5506-002
Labor history
22 5506-002
Union anti-discrimination re: women and blacks
22 5506-002
United Farm Workers
22 5506-002
May Day -- International Labor Day
22 5506-002
Management vs. Labor
22 5506-002
International Typographical Union
22 5506-002
Unions, leaders, labor history
22 5506-002
Seattle area labor issues
1948-1954
22 5506-002
Teamsters, especially re: internal democracy
22 5506-002
Union militancy and democracy; worker control
22 5506-002
Washington State Federation of Labor
22 5506-002
A. Philip Randolph Institute
23 5506-002
Audio tapes from several local meetings
23 5506-002
Political buttons, mainly Socialist Party
23 5506-002
Quips, quotes, and cartoons
Box Accession
23 5506-002
Social structure/dynamics
23 5506-002
Economics and employment
23 5506-002
Political decision-making
23 5506-002
Educational and intellectual
23 5506-002
Social and family
23 5506-002
Ideology and religion
23 5506-002
Aesthetics and cultural arts
23 5506-002
Mental and physical health
23 5506-002
International and historical
23 5506-002
New Nero Fiddles while New Rome Burns, by Ivan King
1969

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  • African Americans--Washington (State)--History--Sources
  • Civic leaders--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Community activists--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Municipal officials and employees--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)
  • Socialism--Washington (State)--History--Sources
  • Socialists--Washington (State)--History--Sources
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  • King, Ivan, 1934-2017--Archives
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  • Socialist Party (Wash.)--History--Sources