The Patrick G. Coy papers (1988-1997) contains a curriculum vitae and an article by Coy, The One-Person Revolution of Ammon Hennacy. Patrick G. Coy was a professor at Kent State University and an author.
The Ammon Hennacy papers (1823-2001, bulk 1945-1970) comprise the personal papers and publications of Hennacy (1893-1970) best known for his work in operating the Joe Hill Hospitality House for transients in Salt Lake City, Utah. Included are correspondence from his daughters, letters to Hennacy's wife, Joan Thomas, from her family, and letters from friends in sympathy of Hennacy's death. Also included are marriage, birth, baptism, and divorce certificates, as well as Hennacy's posters, flyers, and articles against war. Anti-war materials by people other than Hennacy are also included. Also present in the collection are the original manuscript for Hennacy's book, The One-Man Revolution in America (1970), which was published posthumously; scrapbooks of news clippings from 1951 to 1966; and drawings and paintings by Joan Thomas.