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Special Collections

MSU  Libraries

366 W. Circle Drive

East Lansing, MI 48824

517.884.6471

E-mail:spc@mail.lib.msu.edu

URL: http://specialcollections.lib.msu.edu

Date Received:

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Date Processed:

July 2013

Preferred Citation:

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Box number, Folder number and/or title, Lansing Area Peace Council Papers, MSS 245, Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

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Collection Summary:

The majority of the material in this collection is comprised of anti-war movements and local peace actions from the Lansing Area Peace Council. There are also folders containing information and resources for topics such as “Student Movement at MSU 1964-1968,” “Mobilization April 15, 1967,” “The Trial of the Catonsville Nine,” and the “World Council of Churches.” The materials include newspaper and newspaper clippings, newsletters, signed petitions, pamphlets, news releases, flyers, and personal letters. Throughout the folders there are numerous newspaper article clippings from the Michigan State News and The State Journal for which preservation copies were made.

Historical Background:

The Lansing Area Peace Council was founded in January of 1970 in repsonse to  the rising militarism in the United States.  The Peace Council consisted of many groups and individuals in the Lansing Area all working for peace and social justice through research, study, and non-violent direct action. Their primary goal was to help end the war in Southeast Asia and reorder priorities at home to create a just, humane society. The Peace Council focused on four leading issues including draft repeal, tax resistance, military-industrial complex, and ending the Viet Nam War. Its annual activities involved publishing a monthly newsletter, circulating anti-war literature and films, and coordinating anti-war actions. When the war came to an end, the Lansing Area Peace Council sent out a final newsletter in March of 1973 stating that the council had closed its doors.

Processing Note:

Processed by Katie Angeli, July 2013.

Arrangement:


Box Folder Description
1 1 Student Movement At MSU 1964-1968
    Michigan State News May 21, 1969. “Non-Negotiable”
    Michigan State News February 1, 1966. “Some Administrators Give Silent Answers”
    Michigan State News November 1, 1965. “Hannah Reassures Alumni, Plays Down Current Issues”
    (Newspaper name not listed) November 16, 1965. “Aid Legal College Dissenters: Hatcher”
    Michigan State News October 14, 1965. “Student Policy Views Won’t Work” —Neville
    Michigan State News July 20, 1965. “Problem Should Be Top Priority Issue”
    Michigan State News May 26, 1965. “Freedom To Play It Cool”
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Distribution Policy Revision Proposed” and “Literature Distribution Policy”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “No CSR-Red Link Implied”
    (Newspaper name not listed) October 22, 1965. “OK Easy To Obtain”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Agitators Reported On Campus”
    Michigan State News November 12, 1965. “Club Chartering Policy Attacked”
    Michigan State news November 22, 1965. “Lit Distribution Policy Under Fire”
    (Newspaper name not listed) October 25, 1965. “Arrests For Distribution Challenge Civil Liberties”
    Michigan State news October 20, 1965. “Committee To Review Literature Distribution”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Student Protest Stirs Campus”
    The Michigan State News (No Date). A comic with the caption “Quit Smiling! We’re Supposed To Be Depressed”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Toward Free Expression”
    (Newspaper name not listed) November 15, 1965. “Protest Proposed Chartering Policy”
    (Newspaper name not listed) November 4, 1965. “Protest Talk In fee Tonight”
    Michigan State news January 6, 1966. “Trials & Tribulations of 60 Demonstrators”
    Michigan State News November 15, 1965. “Administrators Not Educators”
    Michigan State News November 15, 1965. “Students Protest Wrong Things”—McKee
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Demonstrators Create Split” —Varg
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “New Policy To Ban Discriminating Groups”
    Michigan State News November 21, 1965. “Anatomy of a Campus Rebel. Despite Shortcomings, a Bright Hope for the Future”
    Michigan State News June 19, 1968. “MSU: University up in arms”
    Michigan State News June 20, 1968. “Cool heads losing control”
    Michigan State News November 8, 1965. “Civil Disobedience Needed”—Ferency
    The State Journal October 19, 1965. “Campus Loudmouths Obscure Real Issue”
    The State Journal March 15, 1965. “For Assails Federal Power”
    The Michigan State News January 15, 1965. “Berkley Movement Seeks Freedom”
    The State Journal October 28, 1965. “Protests on Campus Blamed on Minority”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Police- Community Hostility Inevitable”
    The State Journal June 2, 1968. “Protestors Get barb”
    Michigan State News January 14, 1966. “Ethics Of Civil Disobedience Cited”
    The State Journal January y 14, 1966. “Campus Protest Ethics Proposed”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “MSU, U-M History Contrasts In Role Of ‘In Loco Parentis’”
    The Washington Post (No Date) “Anatomy of Revolt”
    (Newspaper name not listed) April 13, 1966. “Defendant In Sit-In Says Guilty”
    (Newspaper name not listed) April 14, 1965. “Discontent Over Political Issues Blamed for Rebellions on Campus”
    Michigan State News October, 1966. “Militant apathetic prevails at U”
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Dubois Investigation Attack On Freedom” and “Dubois Club”
    Michigan State News February 4, 1966. “Student Rules” and “Definition Is Key To Student Rules”
    Letter to Council for Academic Freedom members from J. Roberts. January 31, 1966
    Detroit Free Press April 2, 1966. “Due Process of Law Is Pummeled at MSU” and a letter on the back from John Burns- Chairman of the Michigan Free Speech Defense Committee
    Orange Horse Notes #2- November 18, 1966
    Letter addressed to the President of the United States from 440 members of the Michigan State University faculty- February 27, 1967
    Notes titled “Protest Movement at MSU”- October 15, 1965
    Typed Excerpts from “The Ideology of Moderation: Some Assumptions About Conflict in American Society”
    Michigan Free Speech Defense Committee yellow leaflet
    Organon pamphlet- September 1, 1965
    CSR (Committee for Student Rights) Program
  2 Movement History
    The Peace Movement in 1978: Where Are We, Who Are We, And Where Are We Going?
    Washington Action- November 13-15, 1969. A report and comments from the viewpoint of a practical organizer
    Action Packet
    “In Whose Name” –pamphlet containing the address, sermons, and mediations delivered at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church headquarters for the Mobilization
    “May Ninth”- pamphlet containing commentaries by David Gelber, Arthur Waskow, Fred Halstead, and Bradford Lyttle
    “Has U.S. Heard The last Of The Peaceniks?”
    “Intellectuals, The University, and The Movement”- Staughton Lynd
    “Who Does The Movement Move?” by John McDermott
    “Suppose They Gave a War and No One Came”- reprinted from McCall’s October, 1966
    Fact Sheet via Associated Press No. 1 (6 copies) 
  3 1967 Fast To Protest Vietnam War- CALC
    Michigan State News February 10, 1967. “War against Christian ideal”
    “They Are Our Brothers…whom we help”
    “Vietnam: Challenge to the Conscience of America”
    Letter to Clergy and Laymen from John Barber, Carl Dudley, and Mark Harrington
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Clergy To Fast for Vietnam”
    Communique from the Interfaith Committee for a Conference on Religion and Peace
    A Call To: A Fast For A Rebirth Of Compassion
    Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Vietnam Detroit Group
    A letter to brothers and sisters in search for peace from the committee of the Berea Presbyterian Church
    Medical Notes On Fasting For Limited Duration
    Letters to the President and Secretary and signed names of those fasting for the rebirth or compassion
  4 Anti-War Movement
    Flyer stating “Come To 295 Bessey (North Wing), All Day Thursday, November 13, For Papers and Transportation
    Handwritten notes with materials listed
    Handwritten notes- September 29-October 6
    The New York Times September 11, 1974. “Caged, Like Vietnamese, for Us All”
    Center For Peace and Conflict Resolution (No Date). “U.S. aid underwrites repression”
    Michigan State News October 7, 1974. “Tiger Cage Story Distorted”
    Flyer for Hunger Witness Week
    Drawn sketches of a cage
    The Journal Herald October 29, 1973. “Peace groups map ‘end war’ plans”
    Michigan State News February 24, 1970. “Trustees, administrators call recent violence unfortunate,” “An all-volunteer army can become a reality.” “U.S. built by and upon violence”
    The State Journal October 19, 1965. “Senators Denounce Protestors”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Any Name Will Do If It’s An Anti” by Art Buchwald
    March On Washington For Peace In Vietnam. A Call To Mobilize the Conscience of America
    Letter to the editor of the Washington Post from Edward F. Synder
    Michigan State News November 4, 1965. “Milliken Advises On Rights”
    (Newspaper name not listed) October 19, 1965. “Johnson Wary of Reaction”
    (Newspaper name not listed) July 21, 1965. “Civil Rights Militants Planning Foreign Affairs Congress Push”
    Michigan State News January 11, 1966. “May 2 And Ho Chi Minh” and “SNCC Wrong On Draft”
    Michigan State News October 19, 1965. “Demonstrators Back In Union”
    Michigan State News January 1, 1966. “Keleher Doubts LBJ’s Sincerity
    Michigan State News August, 1965. “Report MSU Trio’s Arrest”
    Reprint from the New York Times October 18, 1970. “Please, Mr. President—must more Americans die for Thieu and Ky?”
    A Letter to a pastor from Kenneth Kuntz—the Executive Chairman of the Division of Homeland Ministries and an attached appeal to the President of the United States from A. Dale Fiers
    Michigan State News November 2, 1965. “Viet Visitors Explain University Of Saigon’s Student Union”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Campus Commotion Over Viet War Hit”
    (Newspaper name not listed) November 8, 1965. “Humanists To Be Reviewed”
    Michigan State News May 25, 1965. “Lansing Police Criticized”
    A Proposal for the formation of Liberation Collectives and Brigades and for the Disruption/Liberation of Washington
    Ann Arbor News (No Date). “Notice To Peace Demonstrators”
    Blue pamphlet titled “Conference on Vietnam and Beyond”
    Michigan State News July 29, 1965. “HHH Charms, Reassures Students”
    The State Journal October 28, 1965. “Firm Treatment Due Flouters of the Law”
    Michigan State News April 16, 1968. “Academic Days of Conscience Schedule”
    Michigan State News July 29, 1965. “Protocol”
    (Newspaper name not listed) May 27, 1966. “A Protest Against The Viet Nam War By Students Of The Honors College
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Cheer Down Boos For HHH”
    A Flyer titled “This is NOT a call to march on Washington”
    (Newspaper name not listed) February 10, 1966. “Why LBJ Fails At Peace”
    “Individuals Against the Crime of Silence”
    Michigan State News April 11, 1968. “New anti-war committee calls for class discussions”
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Conscience”
    The State Journal July 28, 1973. “Joan Baez: Never I Told You So”
    Michigan State News April 16, 1968. “Toward Right Action”
    Towne Courier January 3, 1973. “Group will meet Congressman”
    The Wall Street Journal June 13, 1966. “Meritorious Protest”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Applause Overshadows Viet Demonstrators at Exercises”
    Michigan State News March 12, 1970. “The great coming together”
    “There is no summer vacation for the Vietnamese”
    The National Observer June 7, 1975. “The Antiwar Groups, After the War”
    A History Of The New Left, 1960-1968
    The State Journal April 19, 1966. “Appeals Court Doubts Rights In Viet Case”
    Fifth Estate May 13-19, 1971 Vol. 6 No. 2
    Spring Offensive Preliminary Plan (March 29, 1970)
    The New Community by Thomas Lee Hayes—Reprint from the November 1967 Fellowship
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Marchers Picket Lansing Plant,” “Viet War Protests Varied,” “Arrests Of Protesters Defended Majority Rights”
    Michigan State News February 26, 1970. “Volunteer army proposal sparks argument,” “E. Lansing police arrest dissenter, ex-student,” “Rioting not all that simple,” “Repression bring more violence,” “Smit denounces student violence”
    Michigan State News Wednesday 25, 1970. “Violent, non-violent actions eyed at Chicago 7 teach in,” “The riots hit Grand River”
    Michigan State News February 23, 1970. “Police bar capitol to students protesting Thursday’s arrests,” “Violence Stereotypes movement”
    Vietnam (No date). “Ending the war, a people’s victory”
    The Los Angeles Times (No Date). “Peace Between Hermosa and Hano”
    McCall’s—May, 1968. “The New Protesters”
    A yellow and blue flyer that state “Siddhartha, Mission + Others, Peoples Leaaning Center Concert, April 10.
    Michigan State News April 27. “Peace vigil underway”
    Michigan State News May 5. “Full day’s activities set” and “Moratorium”
    Michigan State News February 10, 1971. “War protest rally slated”
    The State Journal (No Date). “500 Marchers Here May Face Arrest”
    The State Journal May 6, 1971. Two pictures of peace marchers
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date). A photo by Steve Lyon of People’s Congress in session on the Capitol steps
  5 SDS
    The State Journal June 16, 1968. “SDS Convention Elects Communists to Office”
    The State Journal June 17, 1968. “SDS Convention Disgrace to MSU”
    Michigan State News (No Date), “SDS unresolved on inner issues”
    Steve Weissman handwritten notes
    Newsweek, May 13, 1968. “The End Of A Siege—And An Era”
    A Letter from Bruce P. Cameron—Indochina Peace Campaign in Ann Arbor, April 7, 1975
    A green flyer titled “Joint-Benefit!”
    Michigan State News Friday June 4, 1965. “The Year Of The Picket”
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Protestors Paste Demands On President Hannah’s Door”
    The State Journal June 16, 1968. “Two Kinds of Democracy. SDS Boys State Meeting at MSU Provide Sharp Contrast in Methods, Mood,” “After the Revolution Vague Time for Activists” and “Violent Fraternity”
    Michigan State News June 19, 1968. “Anger, misunderstanding mark finals week” and “Council passes resolution”
    The State Journal June 15, 1968. “MSU Trustees Vow To Maintain Order”
    Michigan State News November 30, 1967. “300 rally at SDS dialogue”
    Jackson Citizen Patriot May 31, 1969. “Views of Liberals Vary on Nixon’s Reign”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date). “Janey Hart Slated As Peace Speaker”
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Spectre”—A photograph of a woman
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date). “Old and Young”—A photograph of a man holding a sign that reads “Fellowship of Reconciliation
    Citizens Committee of Observance of Peace Week (December 24-30)—A list of peace-study and peace-action organizations in the U.S.
    The State Journal, June 6, 1968. “Unruly Students Blasted” “Not Guilty Plea Made” and “Sit-in Erupts, 26 Arrested”
  6 Vietnam Summer 1967
    Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Viet Nam—a national emergency committee
    An Airmail postcard addressed to the Vietnam Summer Project Committee
    Vietnam News Service Bulletin No. 24
    Teacher Committee For Peace in Vietnam—“Help Stop The War In Vietnam”
    Vietnam Summer—Preliminary Application for Part-Time Volunteer, Full-Time Volunteer, or Field Secretary
    Guide For Recruiting Volunteers and Starting A Vietnam Summer Project On Your Campus
    “What Are You Doing During Vietnam Summer 1967?”
    A “Teach Out” pamphlet
    The State Journal, June 7, 1967. “Peace Movement Plans Summer Campaign”
    The Boston Herald (No Date). “Vietnam Summer Drive Launched in Cambridge”
    An ad written in red lettering promoting Vietnam Summer
    A postcard addressed to The Rev. Warren Day from H. Lynn Jondahl
    The New Republic, May 27, 1967. “What Are You Doing During Vietnam Summer 1967?”
    Vietnam- Evaluation and Projection
    Yellow envelope stamped “Vietnam Summer P.O. Box 206 Lansing, Mich. 48901”
    Lansing Vietnam Summer Steering Committee Summary Meeting—September 6, 1967
    “Negotiation Now!” –A National Citizens’ Campaign for New Initiatives to End the War in Vietnam
    Handwritten letter in blue ink to Warren Day, May 5, 1967
    Vietnam Forum, Vietnam: Dilemma or Alternatives
    Individuals Against the Crime of Silence
    Vietnam Summer informational yellow pamphlet
    Vietnam: A survey of facts and ideas you need to know before making up your mind on this complex question. Has the word “Corrected” handwritten in red lettering across the front
    Vietnam: A survey of facts and ideas you need to know before making up your mind on this complex question
    What is Vietnam Summer? –white informational pamphlet
    Lansing Vietnam Summer “an exercise in practical democracy”
    Sample ad for The Lansing Vietnam Summer Project
    Vietnam Evaluation and Projection – Minutes—Sunday, May 7, 1967
    The Christian Century, May 24, 1967. “Vietnam Summer”
  7 The Trial of the Catonsville Nine By Daniel Berrigan, 1968
  8 Mobilization- April 15, 1967
    Newsweek April 24, 1967. “Demonstrations: The Peace Marchers”
    A letter from the Spring Mobilization Committee signed by Sidney Peck and a newsletter for Mobilization To End The War In Vietnam
    The Michigan State News April 18, 1967. “Marching against the war, and more”
    (Newspaper name not listed) April 18, 1967. “Senators rap anti-war rallies”
    Official program for the Mobilizer To End The War In Vietnam
    The Speech prepared by Linda Dannenberg for a rally in New York on April 15th
    UCM Call To Mobilization
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Vets, nuns, Babbitts, Quakers join ranks of N.Y. peace march”
    Spring Mobilization—College Contacts, Ohio Valley Colleges and Universities
    Regional Newsletter Number 20 published by Dayton Area Coordinating Committee
    Regional Newsletter Number 21 published by Dayton Area Coordinating Committee
    The final and official form of the Call to the April 15thMobilization to End the War in Vietnam
    Handwritten notes by Warren Day on Mobilization—May 6, 1967
    (Newspaper name not listed) April 25, 1967. “Peace plea to LBJ gets 300 signatures”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “N.Y. peace march”
    Michigan State News July 19, 1967. “Anti-war clinic here”
    Michigan State News June 23, 1972. “Figures on arrests conflict” and “Arrest list”
    Michigan F.O.R. News July 1, 1967
    Ingham County Board of Commissioners
    Canvassar’s Questionnaire For Lansing Vietnam Summer
    Lansing Vietnam Summer Statement of Purpose—red lettering at the bottom stating “Discussed, but not adopted”
    Slogans approved by the working Spring Mobilization Committee to date
    Some Reasons For A Massive Mobilization To End The War In Vietnam
    AD HOC Committee—Vietnam Week April 9-15
    A letter from the University Circle Teach-In Committee signed by Sidney Peck—January 25, 1967
    Preliminary Mobilization Memorandum
    Invitation to the Ohio Valley Region Peace Conference
    “You Aren’t A Gook Are You?”—Letter written by David Nesmith
    A Call to Vietnam Week April 8-15
    Handwritten notes titled “Trends in Michigan Population and Congressional Representation Relative to the National Population: 1950-1980
    “Bevel Directs Anti-War Mobilization”—April 15
    UCM Call To Mobilization
    (Newspaper name not listed) May 5, 1967. “Mobilization for peace, not war”
    “A Call To Join In A Historic Pilgrimage To The U.N. In New York To Protest The War In Vietnam”
    A white and green flyer promoting “National Mass Mobilization To End The War In Vietnam Now!—April 15, 1967
    Vietnam- Evaluation and Projection with handwritten notes in black lettering
    (Newspaper name not listed) April 13, 1967. “Students to petition LBJ for Viet peace” with an attached letter to the President from the Peace Coordinating Committee of UCM
    Spring Mobilization Committee To End The War In Vietnam—Informational paper
    Lansing Vietnam Summer—A flyer inviting volunteers to join
    Pamphlet titled “Can our action April 15 stop the war in Vietnam?”
    A blank University Circle Teach-In Committee Spring Mobilization College Contacts form
    Spring Mobilization Committee To End The War In Vietnam—A letter from John Anderson and a cut and mail form for volunteers
  9 Lansing Area Peace Council, Ann Francis
    Congressional Record February 8, 1971
    Congressional Record August 5, 1970
    Congressional Record June 24, 1970
    Congressional Record June 23, 1971
    Letters to Ms. Ann Francis from Philip A. Hart
    Letters to Lansing Area Peace Council from Philip A. Hart
    A letter to Miss Frieda Brown from Philip A. Hart
    A letter to The President from Philip A. Hart
    A letter to Senator Hart from Kenneth Dill
    A handwritten letter to Senator Hart from Ann Francis and a reply letter from Philip Hart
  10 Local Anti-War Activities 1967 and Religious Community
    Vietnam Workshop pamphlet—March 26-30
    “Why Should the Christian be Active in Politics”—H. Lynn Jondahl
    Thoughts For The Christmas Season 1970
    A Call to Penitence and Action
    Michigan F.O.R. News, January 1, 1967
    Michigan F.O.R. News, March 1, 1967
    Michigan F.O.R. News, September 1, 1996
    Michigan State News April 7, 1967. “Viet workshop raps bombings”
    Edgewood Student-Church-Community Dialogue, May 26, 1970—handwritten notes in pencil
    Lansing Area Churches And The Issues Of War And Peace
    Senior Religious Education—Suggested Program, names and dates to be confirmed
    Michigan State News January 6, 1967. “Educators Will Speak At Session” and “Viet war to be topic of five-way seminar”
    The Churches Seek Peace In Vietnam
    Inter-Faith Convocation On War And Peace
    Preliminary List of national organizations concerned with international problems
    Widening War In Asia
    Press Release for the Lansing Area Council of Churches
    “Time Is Running Out” –with a handwritten note to Ann at the top
    The Voice Of The Churches—January, 1967
    The Voice Of The Churches—December, 1966
    The Voice Of The churches—March 1967
    Invitation to A Seminar On Church And Peace For Clergymen And Lay Leaders
    “What Is The War Doing To Us?”—with handwritten notes written in red lettering
    Peoples Church Portal—January 8, 1967
    The State Journal, December 31, 1966. “War, Peace Theme Of Church Meet”
    The State Journal (No Date). “War-Peace Convocation At People’s”
    Michigan State news, January 24, 1967. “The draft must end, but when?”
    The State Journal, January 21, 1967. “War’s Effect on Youth, Education, Meet Topic”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “War, cities, draft head week’s talks”
    Michigan State News, January 17, 1967. “Profs say U.S. is danger to peace and stability”
    Michigan State News, January 13, 1967. “War ups hunger gap”
    Michigan State News, February, 10, 1967. “War against Christian ideal”
    Michigan State News, February 3, 1967. “Church men to discuss war”
    The State Journal, February 6, 1967. “Christians Urged to Halt War”
    The State Journal (No Date). “War, Peace Discussion Concludes”
    Michigan State News, March 3, 1967. “Viet workshop for peace”
    Informative Magazines And Newsletters- National And International News
    Letters from Warren J. Day
    Letters from Reverend James A. Murray
    Thesis Proposals for church’s Reflection
    Churches Social Actions—“The Churches Say:”
    “What Is the War Doing to Us…..in the world of religion?”
    “What is the War Doing to Us….in the International Socio-economic World?”
    Vietnam- Evaluation and Projection, April 17th
    L.C.C. Voice, November, 1966
    State Bulletin, January 1, 1967—Inter-Faith Convocation
    “Blessed Are (You?) The Peacemakers”
    Interfaith Convocation On War And Peace—P.C. Portal, January 8, 1967
  11 Encounter- New Left, Dialogue Between Church Groups and New Left
    Encounter—A Dialogue Between Church-Affiliated Groups and the “New Left”, Evaluation written in red lettering in the top right hand corner
    Encounter—A Dialogue Between Church-Affiliated Groups and the “New Left”, Reports written in red lettering in the top right hand corner
    Encounter—A Dialogue Between Church-Affiliated Groups and the “New Left”, Program Development written in red lettering in the top right hand corner
    “Michigan State University Students for A Democratic Society presents Perspectives for Radical Change”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Methodist Clergy, Laymen Slate April Conference on MSU Campus
    Off Campus speaker Registration Form- Michigan State University
    A schedule with up-to-date corrections for a conference held at Michigan State University for Encounter—hand written corrections made in black lettering throughout
    A schedule for a conference held at Michigan State University for Encounter
    Encounter: A Dialogue between Church-Affiliated Groups and the “New-Left”—corrections made in black lettering and attached handwritten notes
    “The Church and the New Left: A Dialogue”
    Palm Sunday pamphlet, April 3, 1966
    Encounter Party map
    The American Friends Service Committee—Which Way the Wind?
  12 LAPC Description
    Lansing Area Peace Council Final Newsletter—March, 1973
    LAPC Descriptions—Peace Activities
    A drawing of two hands holding a dove with the word “peace” at the bottom
    LAPC Structure—Restruction Proposal
    Lansing Area Peace Council green description paper
    LAPC Proposals
    LAPC Publicity
    Description, meetings & actions, drawing of two hands holding a dove, and a clip and mail to form—cut and pasted onto a white sheet of paper
  13 LAPC Economic Boycott
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter, November 17, 1971
    Some General Announcements from Lansing Area Peace Council
    “A New Spirit Of Christmas”
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter, December, 1972
    News Release—“No More Days Til Peace”
    A list of “Thing to do on the boycott”
    A list of “Thing to do on the boycott” with handwritten notes in blue lettering at the bottom
    A flyer for Christmas Craft Workshops
    Photograph of the Peace Council Workshop
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Don’t Buy War”
    (Newspaper name not listed and No Date) “Social Action”
    Order Blank for “New Spirit of Christmas”
    Checklist handwritten in purple lettering
    A letter to Commissioner Boyd with an attached letter to Senators and Representatives from Ann Francis
  14 LAPC Newsletters
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter—July 26, 1971
    Lansing Area Peace Council Brainstorming Picnic flyer
    The Pakistan Papers
    Letter to fellow war tax resister from the Lansing Area Peace Council
    Lansing Area Peace Council May Peace Newsletter and Calendar (No. 1)
    February Newsletter Reports
    Lansing Area Peace Council and Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Newsletter and Calendar
    Lansing Area Peace Council and Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Newsletter—April 6, 1971
    Lansing Area Peace Council Peace Newsletter and Calendar—May 18 thru June 11(No. 2)
    Lansing Area Peace Council Peace Newsletter and Calendar—July 23, 1970 (No. 4)
    Lansing Area Peace Council Peace Newsletter and Calendar (No. 5)
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter and Calendar(No. 6)
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter with handwritten notes at the bottom—July 26, 1971
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter—December, 1972
    Lansing Area Peace Council Peace Newsletter and Calendar (No. 3)
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter—September, 1971
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter—March, 1972
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter—October, 1971
    “Saying No to War Taxes”
    The Nixon Family Assistance Plan Hunts Poor People
    Lansing Area Peace Council Peace Calendar—June 17ththru July 20th
    Lansing Area Peace Council Peace Calendar—October 11th  thru October 24th
    A letter to the Lansing Area Peace People from Ann
    People’s Peace Treaty
    Christmas card drawings
    “Peace” pamphlet describing the Vietnam War
    “Time is Running Out”
    Lansing Area Peace Council Newsletter—January 28, 1972 (Only first page)
    Peace Council Meeting, September 15
    Com To See “Another Family For Peace”, January 19th
    Spring Offensive Lansing Day Three—April 28th. “Visit Your Neighborhood War Tax Collector”
    Lansing Area Peace Council Open House—February 21st
    Lansing Area Peace Council Brainstorming Picnic—June 13th
    “A Call To Action!”
    “A Direct Call To Action!”
    “As Usual We Need Money”—includes a form for volunteers to fill out
    Event calendar for April 25ththru April 28th
  15 LAPC News Releases
    The Peoples’ Peace Treaty—April 19, 1971
    LACC/Peace Committee – Worksheet with handwritten notes in blue lettering, January 26, 1973
    Alternative Life Styles Festival—April 15, 1971
    Lansing Area Peace Council—April 12, 1971
    John Froines To Speak On The People’s Peace Treaty And Spring Offensive Activities—April 14, 1971
    Lansing Area Peace Council Open House—February 21, 1972
    Christmas Project To End The war—December 3, 1971
    Ann Tompkins- China Expert to Speak—October 21
    Moratorium On No Business As Usual—October 13
    Radical Nonviolence Newsletter—February 1, 1970
    Radical Nonviolence Newsletter—April 13, 1970
    “The November 3 Fast To Save A People” poster
    A Brief History Of The Bengali Crisis
    “54 Students Arrested At Sexton H.S.”—reprinted from the Westside News
    Poster made by SDS stating “Wanted Wesley Fishel for Exploitation, Racism And Murder!!”
    “Money For People, Not Things, And Not Destruction:”
    Workshop—August 6
    Demonstration—August 6
    “For Immediate Release. New Haven 9 Political Prisoners”
    Announcements Friday = February 18th
    “Come to the Hearing & Debate”, October 12, 1971
    “A Direct Call to Action!”
    “A certain shepherd oppressed the sheep with cruel laws”
    “Demonstrate Against Apartheid Policy In Southern Africa on African World Solidarity Day”
    “Free Our Sisters, Free Our Brothers, Free Ourselves”
    “The Chicago Eight”
    “Turn Toward Peace”
    “Silence Has No Wings”—November 13th
    “What Is A Leaflet”—Prepared by Edith Davis
    Miscellaneous letter from Nate
  16 Clippings From Local Peace Actions, Lansing Area Peace Council 1966- 1971
    The Paper—Issue No. 77. April 7, 1969
    Michigan State News, April 21, 1971. “Peace groups plan offensive”
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Peace—for everyone”
    The State Journal, April, 27, 1971. “Peace Drive’ in Churches Urged By Area Council Board
    The Lookout, April, 27, 1971. “Student Government Must Represent All Students” and “Active Students Join May Day”
    Michigan State News, April 26, 1971. “Joint Treaty of Peace Between the U.S. and Vietnamese People”
    Michigan State News, April 26, 1971. “10 days of antiwar activities launched in Lansing today”
    The State Journal, April 26, 197. “Cold Thins Ranks” and “Antiwar Event Set Tonight”
    Joint Issue, April 24, 1971 “Spectre of Death Visits I.R.S.”
    Michigan State News, April 26, 1971. “Vietnamese people are not our enemy”
    The State Journal, April 27, 1971. “Peace Militant Rebukes Legislators”
    Joint Issue, April 24, 1971. “Local Actions”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date) “Memories Bring Tributes”
    (Newspaper name not listed) April 6, 1971. “Activist to speak on counter-revolt”
    Michigan State News, June 19, 1968. “Legislators hit protesters, threaten appropriations”
    Michigan State News, April 14, 1971. “GM’s stake in the ‘U’”
    Michigan State News April 15, 1971. “Froines to speak”
    Michigan State News April 14, 1971. “Council protests Viet-war money”
    The State Journal, April 15, 1971. “Peace Demonstration”
    Michigan State News, April 16, 1970. “Fifty protest taxes for war”
    Michigan State News, April 20, 1971. “Froines blasts plan of Viet annihilation”
    Michigan State News, April 20, 1971. “MSU and the U.S. war machine”
    The State Journal, April 20, 1971. “Antiwar speaker”
    The Tribune (No Date). “Antiwar March Said Stopping Government” and Antiwar March Seen Peaceful”
    The State Journal (No Date). “Peace Worker Praised”
    Michigan State News, April 23, 1971. “Week’s peace actions set”
    The Paper—Vol. 1 No. 6
    The State Journal, April 20. “People Must Contribute”
    The State Journal (No Date). “Nixon’s Peace Plan Unsupportable”
    The State Journal, April 16, 1970. “10,500 Beat Tax Deadline”
    Michigan State News, March 3, 1971. “4,800 Sign Petitions For Peace”
    The State Journal, May 1971. “Hits News Coverage”
    The State Journal, May 6, 1971. “Youths Leave Little Evidence of Occasion”
    The State Journal, May 6, 1971. “Husby Says City Ordinance Violated”
    (Newspaper name not listed) May 3. “Ministers plan action to back moratorium”
    The State Journal, May 5, 1971. “We Are Mothers and Fathers, Sons and Daughters”
    The State Journal, May 5, 1971. “Peace Marchers”
    The State Journal (No Date). “Groups Air Peace Treaty Support”
    Michigan State News, May 29. “Death Count”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date) “Husby Takes Candid Approach”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date) “Peace Goal Supported By Church”
    (Newspaper name not listed) February 12, 1971. “Group unity stressed at rally”
    Michigan State News, February 12, 1971. “Groups stress unity at war protest rally”
    Michigan State News, February 10, 1971. “Lansing council to stage protest of Laos invasion”
    The State Journal, January 1971. “Disagrees With Hart Comments”
    The State Journal, November 5, 1970. “Lansing Awaits Parade”
    (Newspaper name not listed) November 1970. “Peace Council Sponsors Vigil”
    Michigan State News, October 12, 1970. “Phone tax resisters set protest at Capitol”
    Michigan State News, April 21, 1971. “Personal treaty for peace”
    (Newspaper name not listed) March 9, 1966. “The Paper Requests Board OK”
    (Newspaper name not listed) April 6, 1971. No title for the article.
    The State Journal (No Date). “Peace March Planned May 14”
    Michigan State News, April 2, 1971. “Pacifist to give talk on U.S. resistance”
    Towne Courier, march 20, 1971. “UN sing-in rescheduled”
    Michigan State News, March 5, 1971. “Wesley Center to host luncheon”
    Michigan State News, March 5, 1971. “Women to hold solidarity lunch”
    The State Journal, March 5, 1971. “Luncheon to Benefit N. Viet Womanhood”
    Towne Courier, March 2, 1971. “Lansing Peace Council active”
    LCC Lookout, May 21, 1970. “In Memoriam”
    LCC Lookout, May 29, 1970. “Labor News, UAW-CAP Council Make Policy Statement”
    The State Journal, February 28, 1965. “Student Disorders Possible at MSU”
    Michigan State News, August 26, 1965. “It Is Significant”
    The State Journal, December 4, 1966. “Disruptive Protests Shouldn’t Be Allowed”
    Michigan State News, February 23, 1972. “Council on peace proposes war tax”
    (Newspaper name not listed) May 5. “Group to meet on peace pact”
    The State Journal, May 5, 1971. Photograph- “Scattered Peace Pickets Marched in Downtown Lansing Today”
    The State Journal, May 5, 1971. “Moratorium Program Marked by Pickets”
    The State Journal, March 6, 1972. “Women’s Day Scheduled In Spirit of Celebration”
    (Newspaper name not listed) April, 1971. “Abbie: I didn’t cancel, honest”
    Michigan State News, May 2, 1971. “Peace council actions planned”
    Michigan State News, April 29, 1971. “Peace actions continue”
    Michigan State News, April 30, 1991. “Lansing Peace Activists Join Protest Movement in Warren”
    (Newspaper name not listed) April 30. “Peace council plans caravan”
    Michigan State New, April 28, 1971. “Draft Protest” and Protestors Picket Local Draft Board”
    Michigan State News, April 27, 1971. “Group plans to campaign against gifts”
    The State Journal, April 27, 1971. “Peace Drive in Churches Urges By Area Council Board”
    Michigan State News, April 28, 1971. “Offensive enters 4thstage”
    The State Journal, May 12, 1968. “Profile of a Protest”
    The State Journal, May 12, 1968. “Frustrations of Nation’s Student Negroes, Leftists, Exploded at Columbia, Unlikely Battleground”
    Michigan State News, March 2, 1966. “Distribution Drama Cast”
    Michigan State News (No Date). “Rules Remain Undefined”
    May May, May 13 – 16, 1971. “April 24 The day & the dangers” and “Warren Says NO WAR”
    Letter to Ann Francis with a newspaper cut out about the City Council
  17 LAPC Anti-War Activities 1970+
    “MSU Genocide Tours” pamphlet with descriptions of various places related to the Vietnam War around campus
    “Puff, the Magic Dragon”
    Draft of Proposal for Moratorium Day
    The State Journal (No Date). “Peace March Planned May 14”
    Winter Campaign—Bring Them All Home
    Petition—Bring Them All Home (with handwritten notes and letters attached)
    Position Statement On Laos
    “Laos”
    The Lookout, May 21, 1970. “In Memoriam”
    The State Journal, June 21, 1970. “50 March on Capitol Chanting for Victory”
    Michigan State News, August 3, 1970. “Radio spots to urge war’s end”
    Survey sent to Lansing area churches—May, 1970
    The Lookout (No Date). “Anti-War- Tax Demonstration Held
    “America’s New Air-War Action in South East Asia” by Dr. Truman A. Morrison
    “Peace is a semaphore for nuclear disarmament protest nuclear weapons and war to come to the Hiroshima Day Vigil”—August 6
    “Why is Nixon Laughing”—Protest War Taxation April 17, 1972
    “Why U-Thant Should Not Accept An Honorary Degree From M.S.U”
    NTS Films Proudly Presents Emile de Antonio’s Millhouse A White Comedy”
    “If the government make peace…the people will”
    “The majority isn’t silent, the government is deaf”
    “For peace sake stop…before it’s too late”
    Strike Action—University  of Minnesota, Vol. 1 No. 4
    “Come to Stay!”—Mass Action For Peace and Justice, April 24ththru May 5th
    Lansing Area Peace Council Open House—February 1st
    Moratorium Evaluations
    “Prisoner Solidarity Day October 2”
    Public Opinion Poll
    Moratorium- “A time to pause- Boycott!”—October 13
    Letters from Ann Francis
    End the draft workshop—Counters to arguments against ending the draft
    “Draft Repeal”—January 26th
    Totals or petitions which are in Ann Arbor as of March 18, 1971
    War Tax Resistance
    Demonstration (Death Vigil)—December 28, 1971
    News Release, Veterans Day—November 11, 1970
    “Awake To The Truth”
    “Support The Strike and have organized a Statewide March To The Capitol Thursday May 4th
    Position Papers
    Summary of Peace Council Brainstorming Session
    “State Of The World”—A Democratic Response, February 26, 1971
    “Time is running out”—July 13th
    “What Can One Person Do To End This War?”
    “The Spectre Symbolizes and War Taxes Symbolize Death”
    Senior Religious Education—Suggested Program
    “Our Forefathers Have Been Betrayed! Our Heritage Is Being Stolen From Us!”—September 29
    Outline Of Programs
    Lansing Committee To Repeal The Draft—January 26, 1971
    Letter to Ann Tompkins from Ann Francis—October 21, 197. Photograph of two woman attached
    Handwritten endorsements with an envelope attached
    “Get It Together At Home. People’s Peace Treaty In East Lansing”—April 21st
    “Why Are Taxes So High?”—yellow informational pamphlet about taxes
    Letters written by Ann Francis
    Earth Song
    News Release—Spring Campaign
    “Genocide in Indochina is Possible in 1971”
    Letter written to all mothers on Mother’s Day from the LAPC
    Handwritten work schedule
    LAPC handwritten work schedule the last week in July, 1970
    Agenda, Meeting—February 8th
    Miscellaneous Agenda
    The Vietnam Moratorium
    Moratorium Strategy
    Petition—“To United States Senators: We call upon you to ratify without reservations the Geneva Gas Protocol”
    “The Human Cost of the Vietnam War: It’s Workers Who Pay Most Heavily”—September 1970, Vol. 13 No. 9
    Surveys filled out by residents of Lansing
    “Pride is not a dirty word in our company”
    Call back list, handwritten
    Ministers Message
    “Why the moratorium on business as usual”
    “Will The President Use Nuclear Weapons? Will The President use Nuclear Weapons? Will The President Use Nuclear Weapons?”
    “We Have Not Shaken Hands With The Troops; We Have Led Them.”
    Handwritten letter from Eilien
    “Sweaters For Vietnam” notecard
    “Fast For Peace, All Night Vigil”—April 15th
    “March on May 14”
    “10 Killed During Prayer!”
    Marine Landed By Helicopter At Washington Monument, May 3rd
    “Hiroshima Day Demonstration”—August 6th, handwritten notes on the back
    News Release—“Moratorium On No Business As Usual”
    Events—April 27ththru May 5th
    Events—April 25ththru may 1st
    “Speak Out To End War”—October 13th
    United Ministries In Higher Education at MSU—For Immediate Release, September 27, 1974
    “We went off to the paddy wagon, singing and playing with the baby”- from the Patent-Trader
    House Bill No. 4710—April 17, 1970
    Letter to Ann Francis from James Bristol—February 17, 1972
  18 LAPC Spring Offensive- D.C.
    QT- May Day Newspaper
    Spring Movement Newspaper—April 8, 1971
    Washing May Go published by the Red Engine Collective
    “March on Washing For Peace In Vietnam. A Call To Mobilization the Conscience of America”
    “May Ninth”
    Mich. F.O.R. News—May 1, 1967
    “Time Is Running Out. Join The Spring Offensive”
    “Tired of Nixon’s War? Come to Washington D.C. Saturday April 24th
    “An Appeal from Nguyen thi Binh”
    “We Declare W.A.R., War Against Repression”
  19 Funding of PEC, Predecessor LAPC
    Human Rights Day, December 10, 1969
    Lansing Peace Council Newsletter, March 1972
    Fascism And the First Amendment
    The Lookout, November 3, 1970. “Lansing Peace Council Serves Broad Spectrum”
    The State Journal, April 25, 1971. “Nonviolent Antiwar Activities”
    The State Journal, 1971. “Silent Vigil”
    The State Journal (No Date). “Peace Council Protests Expansion of Asian War”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Council launches Peace treaty petitions”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Torn Dollars and a Song”
    Towne Courier, April 5, 1972. “Towing criticized”
    Michigan State News, May 6, 1971. “Demonstrators discuss People’s Peace Treaty”
    Michigan State News, April 28, 1971. “Offensive enters 4thstage”
    QT- May Day Newspaper
    Spring Movement Newspaper—April 8, 1971
    Letter addressed to Fellow War Tax Resister
    The State Journal, July 18, 1970. “We Must Stop The Scourge of War”
    The Lookout, May 11, 1971. “Capitol Scene of Treaty Ratification”
    A Joint Treaty of Peace form
    Photograph of John Masterson taken by Steve Lyon
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Groups Air Peace Treaty Support”
    Photograph of John Potter, Bill Montgomery, and Ian Schmidt
    Towne Courier, May 18, 1971. Two photographs of Earl Harrison
    Michigan State News, May 28, 1971. “Lansing churches asked to consider peace move”
    The State Journal (No Date). “Old and Young”-photograph of Earl Harrison taken by Bruce Cornelius
    Joint Issue, May 1971. “East Side West Side”
    Joint Issue, May 1971. “Lansing 500”
    The State Journal (No Date). “500 Marchers Here May Face Arrest”
    Michigan State News, May 4, 1971. “Moratorium begins with Beaumont rally”
    Michigan State News, May 8. “Moratorium activities set”
    Michigan State News, May 2, 1971. “Ministers plan action back to moratorium”
    Michigan State News, August 6, 1970. “Peacewatch vigil marks A-blast”
    The State Journal (No Date). “Minister Hits U.S. War Policy”
    Michigan State News, August 7, 1970. “Remember A-blast”
    Towne Courier, March 30, 1971. “Member of Harrisburg six to speak after peace fast”
    The State Journal, April 16, 1970. “Protest Peaceful”
    The State Journal, April 16, 1971. “Chicago Member To Speak”
    Michigan State News, April 21, 1971. “Tax resistance protests war”
    The State Journal, April 28, 1971. “160 March On Draft Offices”
    Michigan State News, April 30. “Moratorium to protest war”
    The State Journal, August 7, 1970. “Hiroshima Day”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Vietnamese people are not our enemy”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Peace Vigil”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Talks set on peace treaty”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Time for antiwar action”
    Michigan State News, February 16, 1971. “Protest groups organize efforts”
    (Newspaper name not listed) January 7, 1970. “War moratorium group to fast on tax returns day”
    (Newspaper name not listed) January 1970. Photograph of three members belonging to the Lansing Area Peace Council with 4,800 signatures petitioning the war
    (Newspaper name not listed) April 20. “MSU and the U.S. war machine”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Froines hits annihilation”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Joint Treaty of Peace Between the U.S. and Vietnamese People”
  20 World Council of Churches, 1966-1972
    “Policy Statement On Southern Africa”
    Dimensions, November 1971, Vol. III No. 27
    Committed To Fellowship. A Letter to the Churches.
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “Council of Churches Rapped”
    New York Times, March 11, 1973. “Religious Groups Use Proxy Power”
    Response To Reader’s Digest Attack On The World Council Of Churches
    General Secretariat Programme To Combat Racism. Handwritten letter on the top written by Research Secretary. Also contains a profile of PAIGC (the Partido Africano da Independancia da Guine e Cabo Verde)
    The Presbyterian Layman, April 1973. “World Council of Churches Third Grant: $200,000 To Combat Racism; Half To African Liberation Groups”
    Announcement about The World Council of Churches making grants to liberation movements in Africa
    (Newspaper name not listed) May 1974. “World council funds anti-racist, liberation groups”
  21 Pre-Pec History, 1969-1971
    Handwritten note by Bruce Ray
    The Social Science Department, Problems of Change and Development. Student Manual For Volume I, part two
    “Professor’s Organizing Committee Sponsors April 9”
    Michigan State University New University Conference, January 23, 1969
    Michigan State University New University Conference, January 26, 1970
    Recommendations of the Committee on Undergraduate Education—Memo No. 2 September, 1968
    Miscellaneous handwritten notes in blue lettering
    “An injury to one is an injury to all”—contains blank lines for names and address
    Letter addressed to current or potential member of New University Conference from the New University Conference
    The Washington Peace Center spring film series at the Institute For Policy Studies
    Letter addressed to the Michigan State University Faculty and Staff from the New University Conference-MSU
    Envelope addressed to James R. Anderson with a N.V.C. Mailing List and a blue informational pamphlet about The New University Conference inside
  22 Peace Ed/Outreach, Peace Pilgrim 1962
    Mailing list form from Peace Pilgrim
    Introduction Peace Pilgrim
    Peace Pilgrim’s Progress No. 16
    Steps Toward Inner Peace
    “The Peace Pilgrim is on her way”—a white pamphlet about the Peace Pilgrim
    The State Journal (No Date). “Peace Pilgrim Back”
  23 New Universities Conference- Misc.
    “Stop Harvard Expansion”
    Letter addressed to NUC chapters from Frank Battaglia
    “New Working Class”
    Letter addressed to the supporters of the San Francisco State Legal Defense Committee signed by Tony Miranda, Co-Chairman
  24 UMHE- United Ministries in Higher Education
    Holy Week 1971—“A call to penitence and action”
    Letter addressed to a colleague from Warren J. Day—October 24, 1968
    Letter addressed to pastors of UMHE from Warren J. Day—May 8, 1969
    Letter addressed to pastors of UMHE from Warren J. Day—January 13, 1969
    Letter addressed to a colleague from Warren J. Day—September 1968
    Letter addressed to pastors of some Related Churches from Warren J. Day—April 26, 1968
    Letter addressed to a colleague from Warren J. Day—February 27, 1968
    Letter addressed to a colleague from Warren J. Day—January 15, 1968
    Letter addressed to pastors of UMHE from Warren J. Day—July 18, 1967
    Letter addressed to pastors of some Related Churches from Warren J. Day—June 13, 1967
    Letter addressed to pastors of some Related Churches from Warren J. Day—May 15, 1967
    Letter addressed to pastors of some Related Churches from Warren J. Day—May 2, 1967
    Letter addressed to pastors of some Related Churches from Warren J. Day—April 4, 1967
    Letter addressed to pastors of some Related Churches from Warren J. Day—March 23, 1967
    International Affairs Packets
  25 New Universities Conference Articles
    Michigan State News, November 26, 1968. “A Skeleton Full of Closets”
    Michigan State News, February 11, 1969. “Trilogy in four parts”
    The New York Times, June 18, 1969. “In Academic Jet Set, Schedule Is Hectic, Rewards High”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date). “In the Academic Jet Set, Schedule Is Often Hectic”
    Michigan State News, July 10, 1969. “MSU Bookstore Manager refutes ASMSU criticism”
    Michigan State News, July 21, 1969. “new fee base OK’d despite Trustee’s split”
    (Newspaper name not listed) July 22, 1969. “An albatross around the undergrad’s neck”
    (Newspaper name not listed) July 25, 1969. “The world’s most expensive toaster”
    (Newspaper name not listed) may 20, 1969. “Campus Totalitarians”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date) “Please Help us Investigate The Causes Of Campus Unrest”
    The State Journal, April 10, 1969. “New MSU President Wins Opening Round”
    (Newspaper name not listed) May 8, 1969. “Of the universities”
    The State Journal, April 14, 1969. “Campus Uprising Assailed”
    Michigan State News, February 22, 1968. “To grade or not to grade; consider the motivation”
    Michigan State News, January 17, 1969. “$3 million in gifts, grants”
    Detroit Free Press, February 7, 1969. “Research Protest Set for Colleges”
    (Newspaper name not listed) August 1, 1969. “Will-power triumphs on WKAR”
    Free Press-Chicago News Service (No Date). “Peace Corpsmen Clash With CIA in Bolivia”
    Newsweek, June 16, 1969. “A Loyalty Check In High Schools?”
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date) “U receives gifts, grants”
    The New York Times, February 5, 1969. “Strike to Protest Misuse of Science Is Planned at 3 Universities”
    Detroit Free Press, February 15, 1969. “A Strike for Peace”
    The New York Times, March 20, 1969. “Harvard Students, Unhappy With Many Professors, Run Their Own Course”
    Michigan State News, May 21, 1969. “Soc Dept: rational reform”
    (Newspaper name not listed) May 21, 1969. “NUC discusses The Man”
    The New Republic, March 20, 1971. “The New University Conference”
    The War On Campus—Universities and the Pentagon
    The Harvard Crimson, March 20, 1969, Vol. CXXXXIX No. 38
    (Newspaper name not listed and no date) “The NUC: An Attitude, a way of believing”
    Michigan State News, April 23, 1969. “Lee cites motivation for leaving ‘U’ position”
    Congressional Record—Senate, February 18, 1969
    The Nation, April 22, 1968. New Universities Conference “The Dilemmas of Resistance”
    Vietnam Casualties, June 22, 1969
    The New Republic, November 23, 1968. “University Reform”
    (Newspaper name not listed) May 25, 1969. “Drop In Campus Recruits”
  26 New Universities Conference National
    New University Conference: Student Rebellion, February 1969
    New University Conference, September 1, 1969—contains The Radical Teacher
    Introducing: The New University Conference pamphlet
    Letter from the New University Conference about their convention June 12-15
    NUC Newsletter, Vol. III No. 1, January 1969
    NUC Newsletter, Vol. III No. 2, March 1969
    NUC Newsletter, Vol. III No. 3, September 15, 1969
    NUC Newsletter, Vol. III No. 4, October 1, 1969
    NUC Newsletter, Vol. III No. 6, November 4, 1969
  27 May Day Movement 1971
    May Day Proposal Of The Ann Arbor Student and Youth Conference
    May Day Funnies Calendar & Map—Allen Ginsberg
    May Week, Special Issue
    “Gay May Day”
    May Day Order Blank
    Avoiding one dimensional tactics
    A Call For Action, April 1-9
    May Schedule for National Anti-War Demonstrations in Washington, D.C.
    “A Joint Treaty of Peace Between The People Of The United States, South Vietnam & North Vietnam”
    Transportation Routes
    Mayday—Sit for gathering of tribes found and dates picked: August 13-17
    The Duc Statement
    Mayday, Washington May 1-7
    “Getting it Together”
    Evaluation of May Day from “Fifth Estate”
    “Mayday Lives!”
    “Time is running out”
    “Get Together”
    “We Are Marching To Washington”
    WIN Magazine, July 1970. “May Ninth” by Stewart Meacham
    People’s Coalition For Peace And Justice, 1971 Spring Action Calendar
    Huynh Tan Mam!
    An Appeal from Nguyen thi Binh
    May Day Memo: logistics
    Letters addressed to Sisters and Brothers from the May Day Tribe
    “Getting Our Thing Together”
    “The People Are Making The Peace...Do It In The Road”
    Movement Speakers
    “MayDay!”
    Michigan Regional May Day Bulletin
    Bulletin “All Is Not Quiet On The Front”
    May Action And The Media—Use The Grass Roots Communication To Turn People On To May Day
    Mayday Proposal For Fall Offensive
    “Hey Folks! Come And Listen To Mission, Saturday Night”
    Proposals—including: A Call For A New Emphasis, PCPJ Proposal, Off The Wall, and Snapdragon
    “Mayday Lives!”
    Letter from The Mayday Collective
    “Instruments of  celebration-tools of struggle-seeds (or cons) of sustenance”
    Letters addressed to People from May Day Movement about the report on activities since Ann Arbor
    Spring Anti-War Games 1971
    Spring Offensive
    The Fifth Estate, May 13. “Day Day”
    May Day: Michigan Tactical Manual—Special Collections, Call Number: HD 7791 M3 1971
  28 Miscellaneous
    House of Representatives’ Report of the Committee on Government Operations
    Michigan State News, January 21, 1966. “Registration, Distribution Policies Improved Upon”
    Michigan State News, March 3, 1966. “The Paper Returns”



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