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American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri Records (WUA00355)

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St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

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Title: American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri Records (WUA00355), 1930-2015Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1950-2000

ID: WUA/06/wua00355

Primary Creator: American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri (ACLU-EM)

Extent: 123.0 Linear Feet

Arrangement:

This collection is divided into series, further broken down into subseries, as described below:

Series 1: St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee Files, 1935 – 1967

Subseries 1: Office Files, 1953-1959.

Subseries 2: Office Files and Cases, 1947-1957

Subseries 3: General Files of the Chairman, 1960-1961 (circa), and 1963-1965.

Subseries 4: Miscellaneous.

Series 2: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1953 – 1981

Subseries 1: Office Files, 1953-1980

Subseries 2: Executive Director files

Subseries 3: ACLU/EM Privacy Project, 1976

Subseries 4: News clippings, 1967-1985.

Subseries 5: Membership and recruitment, 1967-1980

Subseries 6: Publications and pamphlets

Series 3: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1940 – 1991

[not split into subseries] Case files and Subject files, arranged alphabetically.

Series 4: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1959 – 1995

Subseries 1: Administrative and Subject Files (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 2: Cases Files and Master Dockets (arranged alphabetically)

Series 5: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1960 – 2003

Subseries 01: Legal Cases (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 02: Subject Files  (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 03: Board of Director Files (arranged alphabetically)

Series 6: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1985 – 2005

Subseries 1: Subject Files (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 2: Case files (arranged alphabetically)

Series 7: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1984 – 2008

Subseries 1: Legal Cases (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 2: Subject Files (arranged alphabetically)

Series 8: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1994-2012

Subseries 1: Legal Cases (arranged alphabetically)

Series 9: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 2000-2015

Subseries 1: Legal Cases (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 2: Subject Files (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 3: Websites (all digital content)

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains the records of the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri (ACLU-MO).  Items in the collection include office files, promotional materials, memos, reports, financial documents, articles, conference materials, and other materials that document the history and operations of the organization, previously known as the St. Louis Civil Liberties Commitee (SLCLC) 1920 - 1968, and American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri (ACLU/EM), 1968 – 2013.

Each series in this collection corresponds to an accession (or transfer) of records. Significant overlap in topics and dates is found in each series.

Collection Historical Note

The national American Civil Liberties Union was formed in January 1920 largely through the efforts of Roger Baldwin, who began his career in St. Louis. 

Baldwin moved to St. Louis from Boston in the fall of 1906 to be the first director of Self Culture Hall, a neighborhood settlement house founded by the Ethical Culture Society.  In addition to this position, Baldwin gave the first course in sociology at Washington University.  Along with his involvement in urban reform; he served as secretary of the St. Louis Civic League, an organization of urban progressives, Baldwin counseled pacifism at the outbreak of the First World War in Europe.  "When I read of the British conscientious objectors in the war", he recalled, "I knew I was one of them."  In 1916 he joined the St. Louis affiliate of the American Union Against Militarism (AUAM) and in the spring of 1917 Baldwin resigned his position with the Civic League and moved to New York in order to donate his services to the AUAM national directing committee.

In May, 1917 Baldwin organized the Bureau for Conscientious Objectors as a sub-agency of the AUAM to advise objectors about legal technicalities and in other ways provide legal or economic assistance.  Due to ideological differences, Baldwin's organization broke away from the AUAM and became the National Civil Liberties Bureau (NCLB) an independent association, in 1917.  In the fall of 1918, just as the war was about to end, Baldwin went to prison for eight months for violating the draft law.  Following his release from prison in late 1919, Baldwin began a reorganization of the NCLB.  Taking a broader scope than before, he sought to serve those directly involved in the labor struggle and those  who stood on general principles for freedom of expression. Baldwin's efforts resulted in the organization of the American Civil Liberties Union in January, 1920.

The St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee (SLCLC) was formed May 7, 1920  when Roger Baldwin visited St. Louis and  oganized a “branch of the American Civil Liberties Union” with a small group of St. Louisans.  The SLCLC's 1936 constitution lists its purposes as: the furtherance of the cause of freedom of speech, writing, publication, assembly and thought by all legitimate means; the protection of the legal rights of individuals in respect to such instances as may be deemed worthy; the promotion or opposition of legislation and other official action bearing upon civil liberties; and cooperation to the fullest extent possible with the American Civil Liberties Union in such of its activities as meet with the approval of the SLCLC.

The StLCLC changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri (ACLU/EM) in 1968.  In 1971 the position of Executive Director was created to head up the workings of the ACLU/EM.  The Board of Trustees conducts the affairs of the affiliate, and officers of the affiliate consisted of a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. 

On Oct. 1, 2013, the ACLU-EM became the ACLU of Missouri and has responsibility for the entire state.

Background material from:

Johnson, Donald.  The Challenge to American Freedoms (University of Kentucky Press, 1963)

Donohue, William A. The Politics of the American Civil Liberties Union.  (Transaction Books, 1985)

Lamson, Peggy. Roger Baldwin: Founder of the American Civil Liberties Union.  (Houghton Mifflin, 1976)

Administrative Information

Repository: WUA University Archives

Accruals: Accruals are filed at the end as additional series.

Access Restrictions:

Series 1, 2, and 3 are open to researchers without restriction.

*Series 4 and beyond have additional restrictions.

*Files are closed to use for 25 years (after their creation), except with written permission of the Executive Director, ACLU of Eastern Missouri. Researchers should contact the Archives staff for further information regarding this process.

Use Restrictions:

Users of the collection must read and agree to abide by the rules and procedures set forth in the Materials Use Policies.

Providing access to materials does not constitute permission to publish or otherwise authorize use. All publication not covered by fair use or other exceptions is restricted to those who have permission of the copyright holder, which may or may not be Washington University.

If you wish to publish or license Special Collections materials, please contact Special Collections to inquire about copyright status at (314) 935-5495 or spec@wumail.wustl.edu. (Publish means quotation in whole or in part in seminar or term papers, theses or dissertations, journal articles, monographs, books, digital forms, photographs, images, dramatic presentations, transcriptions, or any other form prepared for a limited or general public.)

Acquisition Method: This material was donated to the University Archives at various times.

Preferred Citation: [Item description]. From the [collection title, series, box, folder]. University Archives, Washington University in St. Louis.

Processing Information: Processed by Archives Staff; Updated by Miranda Rectenwald in 2007 and 2010. Series 7 processed by Lesley Zavediuk in Spring 2011. Finding aid updated by Meg Tuomala in November 2012. Series 8 processed by ACLU/EM staff in Summer 2013.

Finding Aid Revision History: This finding aid was entered into Archon by Hannah Barg in June 2012. Updated by Miranda Rectenwald in 2017. Updated by Sarah Schnuriger in February 2019.


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[Series 1: St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee Files, 1935 - 1968],
[Series 2: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1953 - 1985],
[Series 3: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1940 - 1991],
[Series 4: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1959 - 1995],
[Series 5: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1960 - 2003],
[Series 6: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1985 - 2005],
[Series 7: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1984 - 2008],
[Series 8: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1994 - 2012],
[Series 9: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 2000 - 2015],
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Series 2: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1953 - 1985Add to your cart.
Arrangement: Original order, partially alphabetical
Sub-Series 1: Office Files, 1953 - 1980Add to your cart.
Spans the years 1953-1980, is comprised of the office files of the ACLU/EM: minutes of meetings, general correspondence, both incoming and outgoing; miscellaneous material regarding the history of the ACLU/EM, budgets and financial statements; memos and correspondence from national, 1961-1968; materials relating to Biennial Conferences (1964, 1966, 1968).
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: SLCLC - Executive Committee Minutes, March 1953- December 1959Add to your cart.
SLCLC Executive Committee Minutes that include information on Senate Bills, organization events, and social issues including police brutality, segregation in schools and housing, and censorship. Minutes include lists of standing committee members and executive board members
Biographical/Historical Note: wiretapping, school integration passed in elementary schools (Sep, 1954),  police brutality, loyalty oaths, housing discrimination, censorship, Leslie Hill Case, Comic book ordinance, juvenile delinquency.
Folder 2: SLCLC  - Regular Executive Board Meeting Minutes, January 1960 - December, 1965Add to your cart.
SLCLC Minutes from Executive Committee meetings regarding treasury reports, committee appointments, and current civil liberties issues in and around St. Louis; list of members of the Executive Board 1962-1963 year and 1965-1966 year; Preliminary Proposal for a Re-Invigorating Program presented by the Program Committee (aim to reorganize and add programming to the SLCLC), notes regarding correspondence between SLCLC and Kansas City ACLU affiliate about working more closely together; 1965 Income and Expenditure Statement; correspondence between SLCLC and National ACLU regarding recommendations for the Biennial Meeting of the National Planning Committee.
Biographical/Historical Note: State penitentiary censorship, police brutality, members of SLCLC attending a meeting at a Christian anti-communist school, creation of Washington University Student Affiliate chapter, separation of church and state in school districts, Oldham case: death row case of convicted rapist who was denied change of venue, Lorenz case: white minister arrested while trying to help a black parishioner file a complaint against the police, Sparlin Case: man withstood pressure groups trying to stop him from selling goods made in communist countries, police-community relations
Folder 3: SLCLC - Regular Executive Board Meeting Minutes, January 1966 - December 1967Add to your cart.
Includes: SLCLC Executive Committee members (1966-67, 1967-68) and committee assignments; Executive Committee minutes; Minutes of Special Steering Committee of SLCLC; National ACLU Summary of Minutes from Church-State Committee Meeting (December, 1965); National ACLU memos; SLCLC Treasurer's Report and Proposal; Membership Committee Report (October, 1966); National ACLU correspondence with SLCLC; Proposed Principles of Mid-Missouri Chapter (in Executive Committee Minutes from May 25, 1967); Report on the Fourth Annual Conference of the National Development Council of the ACLU; Proposal of the Committee on Free Speech/Press by Dale Swihart; Officer list of Executive Board Liberties Committee; Executive Board members of Mid-Missouri Civil Liberties Union.
Biographical/Historical Note: Distribution of American Legion material in public schools, discussion to change chapter name to "St. Louis Chapter of American Civil Liberties Union", Conscientious Objection to particular wars, police-school programs in Arizona violating rights of participants as a warning to STL area schools looking to implement same programs; Academic freedom (at St. Louis University) with regards to communist professors; new Code of Criminal Conduct (included in minutes from Feb 28, 1967), creation of a "Mid-Missouri" chapter of ACLU for Columbia and Jefferson City residents.
Folder 4: Board of Directors Meeting Agenda and Minutes, January 1972- December 1976.Add to your cart.
Board of Directors meeting agendas and minutes, including list of board members; Minutes of Free Speech/Free Press Meeting; Notes from board members' interview of two St. Louis City Jail Employees (Lutheran chaplain and the assistant social director); "Special Committee Recommendations" from Board of Directors; Minutes of Board of Trustees Meeting; Report of the Ad Hoc Committee meeting regarding complaint procedure proposed for the St. Louis Police Department, suggested changes to the report of the Ad Hoc Committee meeting; Joint Proposals from the ACLU EM and Washington University Clinical Law Program regarding Wash U Law students being assigned to work with the ACLU/EM, including budget proposal; treasurer's reports; Report of the AD Hoc Committee to Study the Pros and Cons of ACLU/EM involvement in Damage Suits; membership information and financial statements
Biographical/Historical Note: School dress code, religious freedom for public school teachers, St. Louis City Jail policies and issues (in interview with ACLU EM), police-community relations, ACLU/EM meetings with police to discuss the creation of an Advisory Board for complaint procedures, proposal that Wash U law students should be assigned to work for the ACLU/EM, discussion regarding the expunging of arrest records for those not convicted, Missouri State, Penitentiary reform project, Federal Campaign reform laws, ACLU EM support in Supreme Court decision permitting abortions; ACLU EM requested to defend Dennis Nix, former Nazi Party member, in a case regarding the violating of his civil rights by the FBI; FBI harassment of St Louis citizens; Gun control; race as a factor in hiring/promoting within St. Louis Police Department; discussion of merger with Kansas City ACLU branch
Folder 5: Board of Directors Meeting Agenda and Minutes, January 1977 - December 1980Add to your cart.
Board of Directors meeting agendas and minutes, treasurer's reports, and list of Board members; membership information;
Biographical/Historical Note: Merger discussion with ACLU Western Missouri branch, ACLU EM position on psychiatric commitment procedures, limitations on evidence in Rape trials, ACLU EM entry into Nazi defense case as co-counsel, ACLU EM Prison Suit: went to court to try and correct overcrowding and unsanitary conditions in Missouri's maximum security penitentiary; implementation of a review board for sterilization procedures for those under 18 years old, police practices, death penalty litigation, St. Louis school desegregation effort, City planning commission ruled against Muslim congregation's attempt to change zoning requirements to allow them to build a mosque in St. Louis City, Housing Committee proposal for a grant for a "Fair Housing Impact Ligation Project"
Folder 6: Board of Trustees Meeting, Agenda and Minutes; and Memoranda and Membership Lists, 1970 - 1980., January, 1968 - December, 1980Add to your cart.
Includes Board of Trustees member list (1973-1978), ACLU EM memos, treasurer's reports, newsletters, Board of Trustees meeting agendas and minutes; ACLU EM Committee Assignments (1968-69); Report of the Special Committee to Build a Police-Community Relations Committee; Report and Recommendation of Special Committee to Study ACLU Office Functioning (proposing moving the ACLU EM into its own office);
Biographical/Historical Note: Bill of Rights education for students and teachers, Police shooting at Cochran Apartments (white housing project), Police-community relations and police complaint procedure, "exclusionary zoning" in city of Black Jack,
Folder 7: Legal Panel, Agenda, Minutes, Dockets, Memoranda, August, 1964 -Add to your cart.
Includes: Civil Liberties Committee Legal Panel member invitation and member list, ACLU EM Legal Panel Minutes (including current and new cases being worked on) and Agendas, Several active Legal Panel Dockets, SLCLC Executive Committee members (1966-67, 1967-68) and committee assignments; Executive Committee minutes; Minutes of Special Steering Committee of SLCLC; National ACLU Summary of Minutes from Church-State Committee Meeting (December, 1965);
Biographical/Historical Note: Civil liberties cases: police brutality, censorship, public housing, St. Louis City jail overflow/unsanitary conditions, abortion,
Folder 8: Budgets and Financial Statement, January 1967 -Add to your cart.
SLCLC Financial Reports and Proposed Budgets (1966, 1967), notes on 1967 and 1968 proposed budget; ACLU EM 1967-1978 Financial Reports/Statements, 1968-1980 Budget Reports, proposed and accepted budgets (1967-1980), budget projection; Audit Report, ACLU EM (1968); ACLU EM application for tax exemption; Income and expenditure statements; Treasurer's Report (1972-1973); Mid-Missouri chapter 1973 budget; Financial Statement for the "Privacy Media Project"; Membership Information (1976-77); ACLU EM Cost Analysis by Eighth Circuit Court: Memorandum regarding having ACLU EM Fund distribute assets to the ACLU EM organization;
Biographical/Historical Note: Finance and budget, ACLU affiliate organization
Folder 9: Mid-MO CLU Executive Board Meeting Minutes, Miscellaneous, January 1967 -Add to your cart.
Correspondence and material relating to the establishment of the Mid-MO chapter; "Proposed Principles to Guide Relation Between St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee and... the Mid-Missouri Chapter"; Map of Congressional Districts of Missouri (1966); By-Laws of the Mid-Missouri Chapter, ACLU of Eastern MO; Mid-MO CLU Executive Board (1967); Mid-MO Interim Executive Board meeting minutes and Agendas; Columbia Free Press case, 1966; newspaper clippings regarding civil rights at Univ. of MO -Columbia; Proposed budget Mid-MO (1968); Newsletter regarding Rights of Students at University of Missouri;
Biographical/Historical Note: Students' rights, free speech, freedom of the press, selective enforcement of the law (Columbia "Free press" distribution", University By-Laws, student suspension/expulsion,
Folder 10: Constitution, By-laws, and Policy Guides, March, 1945 - January, 1975Add to your cart.
Includes: Constitution of the SLCLC (1945); SLCLC By-Laws (1956, amended 1965); SLCLC "Proposed Revision of By-Laws" (1967), and Revised By-Laws (1968); 1967; Correspondence re: National policies and additional policies; Constitution and By-Laws of the ACLU (1940); Policy of the ACLU on Pressure-Group Censorship; ACLU/EM
Biographical/Historical Note: Constitutions and by-laws, censorship, religious deprogramming, ACLU policies regarding organizational practices and beliefs, ACLU/EM stance on affirmative action, ACLU call for impeachment of Nixon,
Folder 11: National ACLU CAF Grants, December, 1971 -Add to your cart.
Includes: "Proposal for Grant from the National Development Council of the ACLU/EM"(1971, 1975); Correspondence between ACLU/EM and Nationals regarding a Crisis Area Fund grant; 1972, 1974-1975 ACLU/EM Legal Docket, ACLU/EM Budget (1973-74); 1973 Crisis Area Fund Grant Proposals (1971-1975); ACLU/EM income and expenditure report (1972-1973); State legislative report; Copy of "Liberties" newsletter (1973);
Biographical/Historical Note: grant proposals, rights of juveniles, independent party politics, deplorable conditions of MO state jails, MO Prison Project,
Folder 12: Legislation, December, 1964 - March, 1971Add to your cart.
Copies of Missouri Senate Bills of interest; Missouri Fair Employment Practices Act; Congressional Record proceedings; Reports from Senator Long (10/64-8/65),
Biographical/Historical Note: Discrimination in public places and employment practices,
Folder 13: News clippings - various issues, Jan, 1966 - August, 1980Add to your cart.
Biographical/Historical Note: Freedom of Speech / Press, student protests, real estate, school financial aid, wiretapping. aid to legislative organizations, privacy
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Jefferson Bank Case, 1963-1967Add to your cart.
Robert B. Curtis (Curtis, chairman of CORE, was convicted of criminal contempt for violating a court order prohibiting any demonstration that would disrupt the conduct of business at the bank.
Biographical/Historical Note: Intra-group tensions, especially between Melvin Wulf and Courtney Shands
Folder 2: Miscellaneous and Local Material, 1962-1967Add to your cart.
SLCLC Preliminary Proposal for a Reinvigorating Program (1964); membership drive information (1967), draft letter expressing disapproval over excessive police use of firearms (1965), proposed principles to guide relations between SLCLC and mid-Missouri Chapter (1967);
Folder 3: SLCLC Awards, 1961-1979Add to your cart.
List of award winners, correspondence re: nominees, news clippings, biographies of recipients, address cards. Also includes actual awards and citations given.
Folder 4: Washington University Chapter, 1962-1966Add to your cart.
Project proposals (1962);  Includes first ever issue of "Report on Civil Liberties" newsletter (February 18, 1966), the WU CLU publication; and correspondence between SLCLC and WU chapter.
Folder 5: Legal Aid Society News clippings, 1968-1969Add to your cart.
Newspaper clippings, mostly from the St. Louis Post Dispatch and the St. Louis Sentinel, concerning the actions of the Legal Aid Society and the conflict over St. Louis County Supervisor Lawrence Roos deciding not to renew the $16,000 the County has provided the society with each year since 1964
Folder 6: Chapter of Western MO Minutes, Incomplete., 1972-1980Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Press Releases (Local), 1966-1985Add to your cart.
Press releases in somewhat reverse chronological order
Biographical/Historical Note: This is during the time of Joyce Armstrong,
Folder 8: MiscellaneousAdd to your cart.
Pertaining to history of ACLU/EM:
Folder 9: Correspondence, 1969-1980Add to your cart.
Includes report of ACLU/EM president June 1978; correspondence re: proposed merger with Western MO chapter.
Folder 10: Correspondence, 1968Add to your cart.
Includes letter criticizing actions of national and suggesting SLCLC's secession from ACLU (November 1, 1968); possible merger between St. Louis and Kansas City affiliates (October 18); letter to Gov. Hearnes regarding appointment of a citizen's panel to investigate police complaint procedure system (September 25); letters re: change in affiliate representation on the national board (August); telegram from national re: policy on Kennedy assassination (June 7); chairman's report for the year; campaign against death penalty (March).
Folder 11: Correspondence, 1967Add to your cart.
Release commenting on arrest of 12 people for expressing opinions in a peaceful manner including several who had gathered to object to the city's support of the Veiled Prophet Ball (12/29/67); inquiry from Jefferson City NAACP "should the federal government allow urban renewal in a minority area if there is no fair or open housing ordinance?"; SLCLC response (10/21/67); letter from Robert B. Curtis re: attempt to disbar him for his role in Jefferson Bank case (Oct.-May); numerous letters  re: SLCLC meetings with St. Louis Police Board for improvement of police complaint practices, plan described in letter March 27, outlined, Jan. 9.
Folder 12: Correspondence, 1966Add to your cart.
Includes letters re: challenge to law prohibiting parades in public parks (April - May).
Folder 13: Correspondence, 1963 -1965Add to your cart.
Membership List (no addresses, just names); mostly concerns SLCLC financial matters letter to Board of Police Commissioners re: complaint procedures (11/23/65).
Folder 14: Ultra Right Organizations, 1962 -1967Add to your cart.
Correspondence; news clippings; policy statement from national; filmstrip guide to "Communism on the Map" and "The Christian Anti-Communism Crusade" prepared by SLCLC (April 1962).
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee, September, 1965 - March, 1967Add to your cart.
Correspondence within National ACLU; Memos from National ACLU/Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee; Report of ACLU's 2nd Southern Regional Conference, 1965; 1966 Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee Conference agenda; Progress Report on Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee-ACLU Fund Drive; reprint of New York Times article "Yankee Lawyer Go Home" (March 12, 1967); reprint articles on civil rights in the south from New Republic and The Reporter, 1967; informational pamphlets; List of attorneys and legal secretaries who served in the 1964 Summer Program (organized by state).
Biographical/Historical Note: civil rights and the civil rights movement, ACLU in the South, Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee; Southern Summer Program; Judicial representation for black people in the South.
Folder 2: Civil Disorders 1967, July, 1967 - August, 1967Add to your cart.
Correspondence; Memos from National ACLU to affiliates regarding urban riots (material marked confidential regarding Seattle riot); NJ CLU Press Statements during New Jersey Riots; Letter to Seattle Mayor Braman from University of Washington regarding riots; Capital Area chapter ACLU newsletter (August, 1967); "Riot Report in Focus" from the National Advisor Committee.
Biographical/Historical Note: "ghetto violence", ACLU action regarding urban riots (Newark and Seattle),
Folder 3: National Policy on Civil Disobedience, September, 1968 - August, 1968Add to your cart.
Memos from National; Affiliate Positions on Civil Disobedience; Memo from Roger Baldwin re: proposed policy on civil disobedience (September, 1986); National memo regarding proposed changes in the ACLU Board of Directors; Proposed Modified Policy Statement on Civil Disobedience of the ACLU (September, 1968); Memo from Law Professor to Board of Directors regarding Lawyers and Civil Disobedience; "Text of Policy Statement on Civil Disobedience Adopted by Board of Directors of ACLU".
Biographical/Historical Note: Civil disobedience and the right to practice it, ACLU policy on civil disobedience and their obligation to protect those arrested for such charges.
Folder 4: Military and Selective Service, March, 1962 -Add to your cart.
Memos from National regarding alleged censorship of the military, military free speech, and religious practice in the military; Draft ACLU Statement on Conscription (September, 1965); Court brief of draft card burning case (USA vs Miller); correspondence regarding opposition to the Vietnam war; correspondence regarding San Francisco Selective Service Panel and statement on the panel itself; articles from The New Republic re: military injustices (1968); Information from the
Biographical/Historical Note: military censorship, free speech, conscripted military service;
Folder 5: Labor - Business Committee, June, 1965 -Add to your cart.
Report on Labor-Business Committee meeting, roster of committee; memo re: "The Corporation and Civil Liberties"(April, 1966);
Biographical/Historical Note: Hierarchical bureaucracy, labor-business relations.
Folder 6: Mass Communications Committee, 1967-68, October, 1967 - November, 1968Add to your cart.
Information from National; Excerpts from ACLU Biennial Conference; minutes from Communications Media Committee meeting; report of Subcommittee on Civil Liberties Requirements for Cable and Pay /TV; Roster of ACLU Mass Communications Committee (1968-69); Report on "Conference on Mass Media and Race Relations", 1967.
Biographical/Historical Note: Media rights, Cable TV, mass media and riots, media and race relations
Folder 7: Equality Committee, June 1965-September, 1968Add to your cart.
Correspondence between National ACLU and law firm regarding civil liberties, correspondence with Board of Directors regarding discrimination in private organizations; agenda and minutes from Equality Committee meetings; Memos regarding policies and practices of voluntary non-profit agencies, compensatory treatment for Negroes, the gathering and dissemination of birth control information, race labeling, the age for voting, legal protection against sex discrimination, collection and dissemination of race data; "Preferential Hiring of Minority Group Applicants"; excerpts from Board of Directors meeting minutes;
Biographical/Historical Note: discrimination in employment and membership in private organizations, race identification,
Folder 8: Church-State Committee, December, 1965 - June, 1968Add to your cart.
Memos regarding ACLU policy and principles for Church-State issues, memos regarding conscripted military service and conscientious objectors; Minutes and agenda of the Church-State Committee; Statement on ACLU Articulation of the "Religion" Clauses of the First Amendment Approved by Church-State Committee (1966); "The Church-State Problem has been Handed to You!"
Biographical/Historical Note: conscripted military service,
Folder 9: Policy Guide, 1966Add to your cart.
ACLU Board's Policy Statements on war issues (1966); Fair Administrative Procedure (Policy #229); ACLU Policy Guide from National.
Biographical/Historical Note: ACLU Policies and official Policy Statement
Folder 10: Privacy 1966-1968, September, 1965 -Add to your cart.
Memos and correspondence regarding Free Speech/Association Committee - Right of Privacy; "A Statement on the Right of Privacy" (1966); Report and recommendations from the Committee to Preserve American Freedom conference on "The Threat to Privacy" (1967); Memo regarding Free Speech/Associate Committee "Revised Recommendation on Right of Privacy"(1966); "The Right to Privacy" bibliography; Roster of ACLU Privacy Committee, 1968-1969; Pamphlets on threats to privacy published by Committee to Preserve American Freedom; news clippings re: privacy issue, 1967.
Biographical/Historical Note: Privacy and Free Speech, Government surveillance and privacy.
Folder 11: Interracial Marriage, 1964 - 1967Add to your cart.
Copy of story from St. Louis Post- Dispatch regarding Supreme Court issue of anti-miscegenation state laws (May 1964); Memos and correspondence from American Jewish Congress and Anti-Defamation League regarding miscegenation laws and certain cases; "Anti-Miscegenation Laws in Missouri" (1964); Correspondence between Presbyterian Interracial Council and House Judiciary Committee regarding House Bills 129 and 132; copies of Senate Bill No. 410 "relating to the prohibition of certain marriages"; House Bill No. 140; News Releases from National ACLU regarding miscegenation laws and the Loving supreme court case (1966-1967); Reprints of articles regarding interracial marriage and miscegenation; news clippings, 1964-1967.
Biographical/Historical Note: interracial marriage, miscegenation laws (federal and state),
Folder 12: Wiretapping 1967-68, February, 1967 -Add to your cart.
National ACLU Memorandum on Wiretapping Legislation; memos and correspondence regarding ACLU position on wiretapping; reprint article, "On the Tactics of Police-Prosecution Oriented Critics of the Courts", Cornell Law Quarterly (1964); reprint article "The Doomsayers", ACLU of Southern California, Open Forum regarding criminal procedures (1966); newspaper articles; Pamphlets: ACLU Report "The Wiretapping Problem Today"; "Police Power and Citizens' Rights",
Biographical/Historical Note: wiretapping, government surveillance,
Folder 13: Radio / TV, June, 1966 - September, 1967Add to your cart.
Papers presented at the Biennial Conference "The Issues in Program Regulation"(1966), "Religious Liberty and Broadcasting", "Civil Liberties Aspects of Broadcast
Biographical/Historical Note: Freedom of Press, Freedom of Expression, religious freedom in broadcasting,
Folder 14: Supreme Court / Legal Profession Articles, January, 1964 - April, 1967Add to your cart.
Biographical/Historical Note: Federal Law enforcement in the South,
Folder 15: Office of Economic Opportunity - Criteria for Grants for Family Planning, November, 1965 - March, 1968Add to your cart.
Memos from National regarding grants for family planning, and the Broyhill Amendment (anti-riot provision); "Memo in support of Reconsideration of ACLU Action on OEO Criteria for Family Planning Grants"; Memos from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1968).
Biographical/Historical Note: voluntary sterilization programs, contraceptive drugs and devices,
Folder 16: Ombudsman, 1967 - 1968Add to your cart.
Memoranda on Ombudsman; Copy of bill to establish the Office of Ombudsman in a given state; newsletter: Senator Long Reports regarding the introduction of a full-time citizen's ombudsman in Missouri (May 1968).
Biographical/Historical Note: ombudsmen, protection of civil rights and consideration of citizen complaints,
Folder 17: Criminal Justice, December, 1963 - May, 1966Add to your cart.
ACLU newsletter; Reprints of articles on civil rights (Police Chief, 1963), "The Criminal Gets the Breaks" (New York Times Magazine , 1964), "The Suspect Confesses - But Who Believes Him?" (New York Times Magazine, May, 1965); Memos from national regarding bail practices, and regarding supreme court reporters; "Statement of Lawrence Speiser... before the Submottee on Conditional Rights... to revise existing bail practices in courts of the United states, and for other purposes" (June, 1965); news clipping "New Standards for Justine" (1966).
Biographical/Historical Note: police responsibility and conduct, juvenile delinquency, minority rights violations,
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Memos and Information from the National ACLU, March 1962-November 1965Add to your cart.
Includes: policy statement on public aid to church-related institutions of higher education, testimony of ACLU on bill for aid to elementary and secondary education, summary report of 1964 Biennial Conference, Revision of Constitution and Bylaws, March 1965.
Folder 2: Memos and Information from the National ACLU, January 1966-May 1967Add to your cart.
Memos on regulation of taped telephone messages ("dial-a-smears"), HUAC hearings and ACLU litigation, Plenary Board resolutions on Civil Liberties and War, Poverty, Privacy, Free Expression and Organizational questions, memos on abortion and fair housing; Painter Child Custody Case.
Folder 3: Memos and Information from the National ACLU, , June 1967-December 1968Add to your cart.
Mostly information on ACLU constitution revision also statements on abortion, homosexuality; minutes and notes of nominating committee re: elections for National Board of Directors and National committee; financial statements December 1968.
Folder 4: Memos and Information from National, February 1969-April 1977Add to your cart.
Memos re: Nominating Committee Action on National Board Elections; Academic Freedom Committee; credit reporting legislation.
Folder 5: Conscientious Objection to Vietnam War 1965-1967Add to your cart.
ACLU (National) Statements, memos, reprint articles: "Selective Conscientious Objection", Conscientious Objection to Particular Wars", and "We're Unfair to Draft-Card Burners".
Folder 6: Censorship 1961-1968Add to your cart.
Policy statements and position papers mostly from national re: censorship and obscenity; SLCLC Report on the Censorship Committee (5/10/67); news clipping "City Officials Back College Movies" (12/5/68)
Folder 7: Materials Relating to Biennial Conferences, 1964 and 1966 Includes: Text of ACLU Statements on Matters Before 1964 Biennial Conference; State of the Union - 1966; Papers presented at the Biennial Conference 1966: "Religious Liberty and Broadcasting", "CivilAdd to your cart.
Liberties in Wartime", "A Functional Approach Toward Public Policy Making on Surveillance Devices and Privacy", "The Social Welfare State and the Poor", "ACLU Policy on Matters Before the 1966 Biennial Conference and Related Issues."
Folder 8: Materials Relating to 1968 Biennial Conference Includes memos re: attendance; reports on workshops; resolutions of Plenary Sessions; Committee statements; Paper: "ACLU at aAdd to your cart.
Crossroads" by Executive Director John de J. Pemberton; "Report of 1968 Biennial Conference of the American Civil Liberties Union."
Folder 9: Papers presented at 1968 Biennial Conference includes: "The ACLU and the Urban Crisis", "An Emerging Right of Access to the Media?", "American Indian Separatism: A Basic Civil Liberties Issue", "The Relationship of Civil Liberties to Black Separatism", "Some Thoughts on the Scope of ACLU Legal Operations in the Ghetto", "Police Practices and Community Relations", "The Bill of Rights: Should it Apply to the Military".Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 2: Executive Director files, 1971 - 1981Add to your cart.
Executive Director planning and appointment calendars; Executive Directors Council memos and correspondence.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Planning and appointment calendars, 1973-1974Add to your cart.
bound executive planner with notations, owner name not listed
Folder 2: Planning and appointment calendars, 1975-1976Add to your cart.
bound executive planner with notations, owner name not listed
Folder 3: Planning and appointment calendar, 1977Add to your cart.
bound executive planner with notations, owner name not listed
Folder 4: Planning and appointment calendar, 1978-1979Add to your cart.
wall calendar "Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute A Calendar of cases, 1978" with notations; bound Eskimo Graphics Engagement Calendar 1979 with notations; owner name not listed
Folder 5: Personal Information, Armstrong, 1971-1987Add to your cart.
Includes appointment offer to Joyce Armstrong, resume, Danforth Foundation St. Louis Leadership Award, St. Louis Metro Forum.
Folder 6: ACLU National Executive Directors' Conference, 1974-1977Add to your cart.
Including planning notes for 1975 conference held at Washington University in St. Louis
Folder 7: ACLU National Executive Directors' Conference, 1980 - 1981Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Executive Directors Council, 1979 - 1981Add to your cart.
Notebook (Green). Includes Memos, Correspondence
Folder 9: Executive Directors, 1979-1980Add to your cart.
Notebook (Gray). Includes Memos, Affiliate list, Correspondence
Folder 10: Select Committee, 1978Add to your cart.
Notebook (Blue Cloth) with some loose pages; Includes National Executive Director Search, Correspondence, Memos, List of Nominees
Sub-Series 3: ACLU-EM Privacy Project, 1976Add to your cart.
ACLU/EM Privacy Project files include: history of the project, funding correspondence, news clippings, radio and television spots, Privacy Handbook, and final report.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Various Proposals for Survey Research, January, 1975 -Add to your cart.
Privacy Project planning material: Material on Navarro Opinion Research; Sample scripts for ACLU/EM privacy project polling, statistics from public polling regarding viewing of privacy project messages; Missouri Public Opinion Report; Correspondence between Robert Benjamin (privacy project director) and various research firms regarding the project, including Anna Navarro; Proposal for a program of survey research from Navarro research for the privacy project; survey statistics; Proposed plan for the Privacy Project by Answers Media/Programming Inc., correspondence between privacy project committee and Answers regarding privacy project, including paperwork, Answers material on project;
Biographical/Historical Note: Public opinion, public polling, privacy project
Folder 2: Privacy...Workshop for Attorneys, Feb. 13, 1976, August, 1975 - March, 1976Add to your cart.
Materials sent to participants of privacy workshop for attorneys (litigation, legislation, models, etc.); Correspondence between Robert Benjamin and participating attorneys, Program, Announcement, handwritten notes including list of participants; memos regarding lawyer's conference; agenda and outline of Privacy Workshop for Attorney; St. Louis University School of Law's full-time faculty members;
Biographical/Historical Note: Privacy Project,
Folder 3: Privacy Handbook, August, 1975 -Add to your cart.
Early drafts, correspondence, and pamphlets regarding privacy issue produced by other organizations; ACLU memos, correspondence and notes regarding the Privacy Handbook; Missouri Bar bulletin regarding the release of the handbook; Magazine "Student rights and responsibilities in Georgia"; Student Rights Handbook for Dayton, Ohio;
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics include: constitutional rights regarding privacy
Folder 4: Requests for materials, February, 1976 -Add to your cart.
Forms of people/organizations requesting handbook; correspondence between Privacy Project committee and those requesting handbook material following the ACLU biennial conference.
Folder 5: TV and Radio Ads (invoices), November, 1975 - July, 1976Add to your cart.
Invoices and broadcast schedules from all participating companies and media outlets (mainly TV and radio stations) in the Privacy Project;
Folder 6: "Privacy Report Newsletter" (mimeographs 1974-75), January, 1974 -Add to your cart.
Mimeographed "The Privacy Report" issues by the ACLU foundation, each including information on rights under privacy and surveillance acts.
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: student rights, surveillance, wiretapping
Folder 7: Book Orders and Literature 1975, September, 1975 -Add to your cart.
Correspondence between ACLU / affiliates, and other outside organizations regarding published materials on privacy and surveillance; Practicing Law Institute (PLI) newsletter regarding Air Pollution Control and Computer Abuse programs;
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: Privacy project, surveillance, wiretapping
Folder 8: Interviews, May, 1974 -Add to your cart.
Questionnaires given to community behavioral agencies and law enforcement agencies regarding record keeping (city license collector, medical and health services, law enforcement); correspondence regarding the use of questionnaires; Summary of Agency Interviews for Privacy project; Information on Suicide Prevention, Inc. Mental Health Info and Referral Service (pamphlet and report);
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: record keeping in city / state organizations, privacy.
Folder 9: Contracts, Proposals, Budgets, August, 1972 - May, 1977Add to your cart.
Includes: ACLU Privacy campaign expense reports, proposed budget for project, budget analysis, budget breakdown; Privacy Media Project draft proposal; Privacy project Cash Flow Chart, project financial statement; ACLU memo to the Board of Directors regarding Gene Schultz's stance on the privacy project; Release and Agreement contract between ACLU-EM and an advertising agency (Zipatoni);
Folder 10: Advisory Committee Agenda,, January, 1974-March, 1976Add to your cart.
Includes: ACLU Privacy Committee Organizational Breakdown; Privacy project meeting minutes and agenda, correspondence regarding meetings and agendas; Summary of privacy committee meeting on arrest records; Draft legislation on Privacy and Security from Missouri State department coordinator;
Folder 11: Deercreek Foundation (Correspondence and contract), September, 1974 - August, 1975Add to your cart.
Proposal for Mixed Media Privacy Campaign (privacy project proposal) submitted to the Deercreek Foundation; Correspondence regarding grant request for privacy project from Deercreek Foundation, and agenda/status of project; Deercreek grant contract of August 1975
Folder 12: Final Report Data, January, 1974 - July, 1976Add to your cart.
Correspondence regarding an evaluation of the Privacy Project; "Privacy Project Final Report"; Chronicle of planning phases; memos and evaluations regarding the privacy project; results from survey questionnaire regarding government surveillance and privacy.
Folder 13: Correspondence, August, 1974-July, 1976Add to your cart.
Correspondence regarding the Privacy Project, between ACLU-EM and affiliates regarding organizing the project, with attorneys and media sources involved;
Folder 14: ACLU Affiliates Correspondence, January, 1976 -Add to your cart.
Correspondence between affiliates (specifically Western-MO) regarding the privacy project handbook; pamphlet on "The Constitution and the Computer" from Kentucky CLU; Kentucky Humanities Council (KCLU) regarding the proposal of a project concerning privacy, surveillance, civil liberties, and databanks; KCLU privacy conference agenda and project outline;
Folder 15: ACLU/EM Revision of Students' Rights Handbook, August, 1976Add to your cart.
Series of revisions made to Students' Rights Handbook, including criminal offenses, due process, and family court.
Folder 16: Morton Halperin, January, 1976 - February, 1976Add to your cart.
Announcement of speaking engagement at privacy campaign kick-off party, news clippings regarding speaker (Halperin), court briefs regarding Halperin surveillance case (Halperin vs. Kissenger, et al; Halperin vs. William E. Colby); two articles by Halperin: "The Abuses of the Intelligence Agencies" and "National Security and Civil Liberties" in the National Security Reprint.
Folder 17: Case Files re: Privacy Issues, 1971-1975 and undatedAdd to your cart.
Correspondence between ACLU-EM and people involved in cases of privacy violations; ACLU case files of privacy issue cases; health forms with areas of concern regarding privacy of info.
Folder 18: Privacy Project Final Report, Dec-79Add to your cart.
Physical Description: bound report
Folder 19: Privacy Project - Various Rejected Proposals and Notes, 1974-1975Add to your cart.
Physical Description: bound report
Folder 20: Assessment: Media Project, Apr-74Add to your cart.
Institute for Regional Education Inc. and New Mexico Civil Liberties Union
Physical Description: bound report
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Privacy Handbook and Brochure in Envelope, Feb-76Add to your cart.
Information on protecting one's privacy as a result of technological advances. The handbook focuses on the ACLU/EM Fund, privacy acts, record keeping and political surveillance
Folder 2: Privacy Project- Info. to History of ACLU/EM, July, 1975-January, 1976Add to your cart.
Information on the ACLU/EM Privacy Project (funded by the St. Louis foundation, lasted from August 1975-May 1976) and its advisory committee. This information includes the members of the committee, a proposed budget an plans for a media campaign. There is also the "Persuading an Urban Public: The St. Louis Privacy Campaign" by E. Terrence Jones and Joan Saunders who were both in the Department of Political Science at University of Missouri-St. Louis- Jan. 19, 1977
Folder 3: Privacy Project-General, October 1975-May 1976Add to your cart.
Descriptions of project, correspondence with affiliates, status report (May 1976),
Folder 4: Privacy Project News clippings, October 1974- October 1975Add to your cart.
Regarding various privacy issues 1974-1976, some unidentified. The clippings provide information on specific privacy changes, primarily in relation to Public Health and hospitals, such as the Department of Defense decided to delete information and no longer report if a veteran was "homosexual, a bed wetter or anti-social"
Biographical/Historical Note: Jefferson City bars private firms and individuals from accessing confidential police networks, Missouri enforces strict regulations on supervision of computer systems and hospital and health records. Barry M. Goldwater
Folder 5: ACLU/EM Privacy Project Research Topic Drafts, April 1974-Add to your cart.
Interviews with various organizations and institutions regarding information gathering policies, booklet "Handbook for Classification and Accreditation of Public School Districts in Missouri, research overviews and outlines. There is also a copy of the privacy questionnaire and a privacy form for agencies to identify what information they have, who has access to it, additional information on security and statistical information. Research overview and schedule for the Privacy Project
Biographical/Historical Note: Forms, schedules and notes on the Privacy Project provide a better understanding of what the goal was and what involvement with the project often looked like
Folder 6: Privacy Project Requests for Speakers, November 1975- March 1976Add to your cart.
Includes: schedule of speaking engagements; list of speakers bureau members; ACLU request to Senator Edward Kennedy for participation in public meeting and his reply; Telephone questionnaires, program content for the SLSTA Annual Spring Conference (Feb. 21, 1976),
Folder 7: Privacy Project Zipatoni, May, 1975Add to your cart.
Proposal, contract and correspondence from Zipatoni advertising agency (graphic design studio turned agency), budget breakdown, Public Relations Tentative Plan, Multi-Media Presentation- Privacy Issue for the American Civil Liberties Union, presented by Zipatooni, Manoli, Thorwegen, Puglisi, and Liess inc. (May 5, 1975), it's members included graduates from Cooper Union, Lindenwood College and Washington University.
Folder 8: Privacy Project Privacy Press Kit, February, 1976Add to your cart.
Information on the Privacy Project and the press kit. The press kit's contents include news release describing the purpose of the privacy project, copies of the radio and tv spot announcements,
Biographical/Historical Note: Includes overview of the project and specific information and details pertaining to the campaign
Folder 9: Privacy Project Articles and Congressional Records Reprints, March, 1974Add to your cart.
Ralph Nader's "The Dossier Invades the Home", the article focuses on individual freedom and recently passed acts and laws that will impact it. Additional articles on "government snooping" and protecting one's privacy. Privacy Report on medical histories, insurance claims, and the role of the government.
Biographical/Historical Note: Provides information on promoting computer security and implemented efforts to change how criminal justice information is processed and accessed
Folder 10: Privacy Project Missouri Statutes Governing Record keeping, November 1974- January 1976-Add to your cart.
Handwritten list of Missouri Statutes Governing Record- Keeping, undated, apparently incomplete; pages 9-15 missing.
Folder 11: Privacy Project Radio/TV Time Spots, November, 1974- April, 1976Add to your cart.
Information on costs, newspaper advertising, weekly television schedule, Ch. 5 News Station folder with marketing information,
Biographical/Historical Note: Background: Morton Halpern (former secretary aid to State Kissinger of the National Security Council) in a suit against Nixon and Kissinger
Folder 12: Privacy Project Radio/TV Spots, February, 1976- March,  1976Add to your cart.
Several copies of transcripts for Privacy commercials,
Biographical/Historical Note: Background: the commercials were apart of the multi-media campaign.
Folder 13: Privacy Project General Correspondence, September, 1975-June, 1976-Add to your cart.
Inquiries from affiliates, and to corporations regrading handbook, including the Iowa Civil Liberties Union,
Biographical/Historical Note: Reference to the Criminal Justice System and upcoming legislation on it (Iowa Civil Liberty Union),
Folder 14: Privacy Project Model Legislation, September, 1974-Add to your cart.
Drafts of proposed legislation, committee reports on psychiatric records , protocol for collecting and destructing data,
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: Security and Privacy Board, Missouri Privacy and Security Act, Advisory Board on Security and Privacy
Folder 15: Correspondence Department of Public Safety of Missouri, March, 1976-Add to your cart.
Proposed policies. Letters of correspondence between Michael D. Garreett, Department of Public Safety in Jefferson, MO and Halsey Tichenor, Privacy Project Director from the ACLU/EM, list of definitions of terms from the Privacy Project. Proposed Department of Public Safety policies
Biographical/Historical Note: Background: The record keeping information and public safety policies related heavily related to law enforcement and procedures
Folder 16: Commercial Production: Access to Media, December, 1972- September, 1975Add to your cart.
Advertising and the Fairness Doctrine, proposed policy for the Communications Media Committee (includes communication monopolies), Letter to the board about the Communications Media Report., Commercial Advertising Restrictions, The Prime Time Access Rule, The Free Market Place Dilemma, An Emerging Right of Access to the Media and the Access to the Press- A New First by Jerome A. Barron,
Biographical/Historical Note: Pittsburgh Press Co. (1973) v Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations, The Miami Herald Publishing Co. v. Tortilla (Florida 1973), New York Times v. Sullivan (1964),
Folder 17: Commercial Production, September, 19 74- February, 1976Add to your cart.
Proposals, estimates, storyboards, letters of correspondence between Joyce Armstrong (Executive Director of the ACLU/EM and Anna Navarro), Memos from National; letters to and from radio and television station as to acceptance or rejection of ACLU privacy ads; articles; news clippings, Kachink Enterprises Budget sheet;  Newspaper clippings and articles on censorship and privacy, regarding  limitations and freedom that television and radio stations have.
Folder 18: Billboards, February, 1976Add to your cart.
List of Billboard locations
Folder 19: Ad Agencies Proposals, April, 1973- July, 1975Add to your cart.
Various proposals including one for a privacy media campaign, budgets and correspondence, information on record keeping/data surveillance, the objectives of the campaign
Biographical/Historical Note: Additional information as to why or why not an agency would accept the ACLU's proposal. The budget and objectives form provide affirm the intent of the Privacy campaign and why the ACLU/EM found it to be necessary
Sub-Series 4: News clippings, 1967-1985Add to your cart.
Mostly newspaper clippings on a broad range of legal and social issues, including desegregation, church/state matters, a study of the Eighth Circuit Court, reproductive freedom and women's rights.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Housing, 1967-1979Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Housing, 1980-1984Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Desegregation, 1984Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Desegregation, 1983Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Desegregation, 1982Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Desegregation, Dec.-July, 1981Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Desegregation, June-Jan., 1981Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Desegregation, Dec.-July, 1980Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Desegregation, June-Jan., 1980Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Desegregation, 1976-1979Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Desegregation, 1975Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Desegregation, 1973-1974Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Desegregation, 1971-1972Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Desegregation, no dateAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: School Desegregation U.S. Cities, 1970-1983Add to your cart.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Creationism vs. Evolution, 1978-1984, no dateAdd to your cart.
Folder 2: Church/State Christmas Carol Case, 1978-1984Add to your cart.
many undated
Folder 3: Christmas Carol Case - Religious Use of Public Facilities, 1976-1987Add to your cart.
Court Case
Folder 4: Church/State, 1978-1984Add to your cart.
Religious use of Public Property
Folder 5: Church/State, 1969-1984Add to your cart.
Various memoranda, newsletters
Folder 6: Creationism vs. Evolution, 1980-1982Add to your cart.
Memoranda, Information, Journal Articles
Folder 7: Church/State Information, 1970-1984Add to your cart.
Including news clippings and published reports.
Folder 8: Church/State Correspondence, 1969-1985Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Deportation of Iranian Students, 1979-1980Add to your cart.
News clippings
Folder 10: Deportation of Iranian Students, 1979-1981Add to your cart.
Includes Policy Statements National, Case Files, Memoranda
Folder 11: Reproductive Freedom, 1974-1983Add to your cart.
Includes Pamphlets, Memoranda, Annual Report (1983), news clippings, news release, court briefs
Folder 12: Abortion, 1972-1982Add to your cart.
Correspondence, policy statements, legislation
Folder 13: Abortion, 1974-1979Add to your cart.
news clippings
Folder 14: Shield Law/Newspapermen's Rights, 1971 -1978Add to your cart.
Memoranda (National), Statement before House Judiciary Committee, Bills brought before State Assembly, unidentified journal article
Folder 15: Shield Law/ Rights of Newsmen, 1969 - 1980Add to your cart.
News clippings
Folder 16: Academic Freedom, 1970-1976Add to your cart.
Pamphlets, Policy statements
Folder 17: Academic Freedom, 1970-1972Add to your cart.
Correspondence, Memoranda, News clippings
Folder 18: ACLU Student Rights KitAdd to your cart.
Academic Freedom
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Church/State Aid to Parochial Schools - Comprehensive Employment Training Act (CETA), 1979Add to your cart.
Letters, News clippings, Court Docket
Folder 2: Church/State Aid to Parochial Schools - The School Bus Question, 1961-1962Add to your cart.
Letters, Memos, Remarks, Newsletters
Folder 3: Church/State Aid to Parochial Schools, 1976-1982Add to your cart.
Correspondence, Memoranda
Folder 4: Church/State Aid to Parochial Schools, 1976Add to your cart.
Missouri Legislation through Aug. 1976
Folder 5: Church/State Aid to Parochial Schools, 1977-1982Add to your cart.
News clippings
Folder 6: Church/State Aid to Parochial Schools, 1970- 1976Add to your cart.
Missouri Legislation - News clippings
Folder 7: Church/State  Aid to Public SchoolsAdd to your cart.
Pamphlets
Folder 8: Legislation  Federal Criminal Code Information, 1975-1979Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Legislation S. 1437 Federal Criminal Code, 1975-1979Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Legislation  Federal Criminal Code, 1972-1978Add to your cart.
ACLU Testimony
Folder 11: Legislation  Federal Criminal Code, 1975-1980Add to your cart.
News clippings
Folder 12: Legislation  Federal Criminal Code, 1979-1980Add to your cart.
Memoranda,  News clippings, Information
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Information and Proceedings re: 1st and 2nd National Symposium on Police Ethical Practice, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Police, 1965-1973Add to your cart.
ACLU/EM recommendations to Board of Police Commissioners for investigating and judging complaints against police; position paper; report on City of St. Louis Police Complaint Practices, brief of class action suit against Mayor Cervantes, Police Chief Broston, et al (8/67) re: Police Brutality; Police Action Reports (names and addresses),  Bibliography of Police Brutality; News clippings 1965-1973
Folder 3: Academic Freedom Committee, 1970-1973Add to your cart.
Memoranda, Selection of Committee Members, Case Files, Letters form National
Folder 4: Missouri Association for Social Welfare Jail Needs Study Project, 1970-1975Add to your cart.
(some cooperation with ACLU/EM)
Folder 5: Prison Reform - Minimum Jail Standards, 1971-1976Add to your cart.
Project involving Missouri Association for Social Welfare; Reports and Proposals
Folder 6: Jails (Prison Reform), 1971-1976, no dateAdd to your cart.
News clippings
Folder 7: Eighth Circuit Court Study, 1976 - 1977, 1983Add to your cart.
Tabulations
Folder 8: Eighth Circuit Court Study  St. Louis University Law Review  ArticleAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, 1976 - 1980Add to your cart.
News clippings
Folder 10: Eighth Circuit Court Study, 1979-1981Add to your cart.
Memoranda, List of Subjects, Codes for Rulings (used in final report), List of Case abbreviations, study of District Court Decision Appeals
Folder 11: Supreme Court, 1962-1981Add to your cart.
News Releases (National), Memoranda on Rehnquist Nomination and Supreme Court Decisions
Folder 12: Supreme Court, 1970-1982Add to your cart.
News clippings
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Presidency - Impeachment Campaign, 1973-1974, no dateAdd to your cart.
Information, Published Articles, newsletters, pamphlets
Folder 2: Presidency - Impeachment Campaign, 1972-1973Add to your cart.
Correspondence
Folder 3: Presidency - Impeachment Campaign, 1974, no dateAdd to your cart.
Correspondence
Folder 4: Presidency - Impeachment Campaign, 1972-1982, no dateAdd to your cart.
News clippings
Folder 5: Presidency - Impeachment CampaignAdd to your cart.
Hate Mail
Folder 6: Legislation - Equal Rights Amendment, 1973-1982Add to your cart.
ACLU National Women's Rights Project
Folder 7: Equal Rights Amendment Coalition, 1973-1975Add to your cart.
Folder 8: ACLU Women's Rights Project, 1972-1981Add to your cart.
Memoranda, Policy (National)
Folder 9: Women's Rights, 1975-1982Add to your cart.
News clippings
Folder 10: ERA - Missouri Ratification Workers KitAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: ERA Information, 1970-1982Add to your cart.
(Published and Unpublished) from various non-ACLU Organizations
Folder 12: ERA  Missouri Campaign Public Opinion Report, 1973Add to your cart.
Missouri House Vote, Letters of Support
Sub-Series 5: Membership and recruitment, 1967-1980Add to your cart.
Includes recruitment letters, correspondence, and membership information.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Recruitment Letters, 1967-1980, undatedAdd to your cart.
Recruitment letters and scripts for the membership canvass,
Folder 2: Correspondence, 1973 -1976Add to your cart.
Letters to and from individuals, businesses, other ACLU affiliates and the National regarding recruitment and membership
Folder 3: Correspondence with Columbia chapter, August 1977-Add to your cart.
Letters in correspondence with Columbia chapter including a list of items for the Columbia chapter,
Folder 4: Annual Meeting "Country Fair" 1976, May 1976- June 1976Add to your cart.
Fundraiser. Includes news clippings, correspondence, press release, schedule of events, list of food purchased, reservations, games, invitation,
Folder 5: Gambol on the Green 1978, August 1978- September 1978Add to your cart.
Fundraiser. Includes solicitation lists, program and tickets, publicity, auction items, final report
Folder 6: Fundraisers and Recruitment Parties, 1958-1977, February 1959- June 1977Add to your cart.
Correspondence, programs, lists of names, "party notes", list of those who contributed funds, minutes from Board of Directors Meeting- June 29, 1976, expense sheet, report on the picnic fundraiser
Folder 7: Volunteers, 1975-1976Add to your cart.
Correspondence re: committees, inquiries, list of guidelines for volunteers and worksheet "Analysis of Skills" , letters of correspondence
Folder 8: Summaries of Membership Committee Meetings, 1975-1977Add to your cart.
Memos, information, development schedules, committee member list, correspondence with national
Folder 9: Membership Information, 1974-1977Add to your cart.
Form letters describing ACLU activities, letters and pamphlets from affiliates
Folder 10: Miscellaneous Pamphlets, April 1963- November 1976Add to your cart.
From other St. Louis based social action organizations, including Missouri ACORN, Action Against Apathy and Coalition for the Environment, Missouri Association for Social Welfare - newsletters 1971-1972
Folder 11: Correspondence from National, 1975-1977Add to your cart.
Memorandum from Nationals to all ACLU Affiliates, includes information on the Fall 1975 national Special Fund, the 1975 New Membership Recruitment Mailing Lists, Costs for the New Membership Campaign 1977, membership renewal card, appointment of membership director
Folder 12: Executive Committee Board of Directors' Rosters, 1965 -1972Add to your cart.
St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee Executive Committee, Mid Missouri Civil Liberties Union Chapter Executive Board, S
Folder 13: ACLU Membership and Development "Clip-in folder", 1966Add to your cart.
Binder of materials from the national office  including 1966 Fund Drive manual; New membership promotions; renewal drives; letters to new members.
Physical Description: Original binder retained.
Sub-Series 6: Publications and pamphlets, 1954-1977Add to your cart.
Publications and pamphlets on numerous issues printed by both ACLU and other organizations; includes ACLU annual reports 1954-1966, and  1970-71, "The Privacy Report", newsletter issued by ACLU; "The Working Parts", In-house newsletter published by ACLU (1973-1977).
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Affiliate ACLU Annual Reports, 1968 - 1974Add to your cart.
Michigan Civil Rights Commission- Cops in the Ghetto: A Problem of the Police System
Folder 2: ACLU Annual Reports (National), 1951 - 1962Add to your cart.
Folder 3: ACLU Annual Reports (National), 1962 - 1971Add to your cart.
Folder 4: ACLU Special Reports (National), 1979Add to your cart.
Folder 5: ACLU EM Report - "Municipal Night Court Justice in the City of St. Louis", Nov-73Add to your cart.
by Barbara Grossman. Includes questionnaires and bibliography.
Folder 6: ACLU EM Report - "Statistical Study- Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals", 1965-1977Add to your cart.
Decisions of the United States Eighth Circuit (Eastern and Western) 1965-1977, with sources and methods for collecting data and District Court Dispositions. Main topics: Racial Discrimination, Sex Discrimination, other forms of Employment Discrimination, Civil Rights Claims By Other Identifiable Groups, Charges of Misconduct In "The System", Miscellaneous First Amendment Claims, General Miscellaneous Claims, Supreme Court Rulings, A Total Overview, A Note on Statistical Significance, Appendixes A and B, collected data, Case listings. Includes draft copy and finished bound copy.
Folder 7Add to your cart.
Item 1: "A Bicentennial Perspective on the Bill of Rights", 1976Add to your cart.
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Item 2: "California's Goal: A Living Bill of Rights", 1968Add to your cart.
reprint from Social Education. By DeAnne Sobul
Item 3: "Bibliography for Three States' Rights Amendments", 1963Add to your cart.
by Burton C. Bernard of the Illinois Bar
Item 4: "The 5th Amendment and the Immunity Act of 1954"Add to your cart.
by Justice Samuel H. Hofstader, distributed by Fund for the Republic.
Folder 8: Capital Punishment, 1971 - 1982Add to your cart.
Booklet with data collected on Capital Punishment 1971-1972 and NAACP Legal Defense Death Row Statistics, August 20 1982
Folder 9: Censorship  - pamphlets, July 1973-Add to your cart.
Two copies of Lobbying for Freedom-Censorship by Kenneth P. Norwick,
Item 1: "Citizen's Guide to Personnel File Access in Michigan", 1978Add to your cart.
Item 2: "Lobbying for Freedom: Censorship", 1974Add to your cart.
by Kenneth P. Norwick (2 small copies, 1 large copy)
Item 3: "Freedom to Read", 1972Add to your cart.
American Library Association and Association of American Publishers
Item 4: "An ACLU Guide to Cable Television", 1972Add to your cart.
by Fred Powledge
Item 5: "Watergate and Civil Liberties", 1973Add to your cart.
ACLU
Folder 10: Censorship - reportsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: "National Information Policy: Report to the President of the United States", 1976Add to your cart.
National Commission on Libraries and Information Science
Item 2: "Compilation of State and Federal Privacy Laws", 1976Add to your cart.
published by Privacy Journal
Item 3: "First Principles: Security and Civil Liberties", 1975Add to your cart.
Project on National Security and Civil Liberties, sponsored by the ACLU Foundation
Folder 11: Corporal Punishment, 1972 - 1978Add to your cart.
Corporal Punishment and School Suspensions: A Case Study (1974),
Folder 12: Corrections and Jails - pamphlets, November 1971- June 1972Add to your cart.
Facts about the Missouri Training Center for Men,
Folder 13: Free Speech - pamphletsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: "35 Years with Freedom of Speech", 1952Add to your cart.
A lecture by Professor Chafee at Columbia University, done in collaboration with the ACLU. Published by the Roger N. Baldwin Civil Liberties Foundation, NY.
Item 2: "A Test Case for Old Glory", 1967Add to your cart.
reprint from LIFE magazine
Item 3: National Convocation on Free Speech, 1978Add to your cart.
2 documents from dinner event of ACLU
Item 4: "The Right to Be Offensive Skokie: The Extreme Test of Our Faith in Free Speech", 1978Add to your cart.
reprint from The Nation.
Folder 14: "Freedom Agenda"Add to your cart.
Pamphlets published by the Freedom Agenda Committee of the Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund, Inc.
Item 1: "Freedom of Speech and Press", Jan-55Add to your cart.
Focuses on freedom of speech, free press and freedom of expression; individual liberty. by Zechariah Chaffee, Jr.
Item 2: "Constitutional Liberty and Seditious Activity" #12, Nov-54Add to your cart.
Describes the history of individual liberty and it in relation to the government and national security. by Jack Peltason
Item 3: "The Constitution and Loyalty Programs", Dec-54Add to your cart.
An analysis of loyalty programs in the United States by the Freedom Agenda Committee, addresses security, "the loyalty problem", the Supreme Court and fidelity programs. by Alan Westin.
Item 4: "Discussion Cases" #19, Nov-55Add to your cart.
Cases presented by the Freedom Agenda with additional information to help reach a decision on the case. by Alan Westin
Folder 15: "Inside ACLU:, 1968-1969Add to your cart.
Volume 1, Number 1 (September 16, 1968) - Volume 1, Number 52 (December 15, 1969)
Physical Description: Removed from binder.
Folder 16: "Inside ACLU:, 1969-1970Add to your cart.
Volume 2, Number 1 (January 19, 1970) - Volume 2, Number 30 (October 26, 1970), lacking number 22 - 25. Topics covered include:  ACLU campus chapters at Kent State, Mississippi, and Radford College, Aryeh Neier as the new ACLU Executive Director, new war policy, results from the 1970 Biennial Conference, student rights on college campuses, ACLU 50th anniversary celebration.
Physical Description: Removed from binder.
Folder 17: "Inside ACLU:, 1969-1970Add to your cart.
second copy of various issues Volume 1 and 2.
Physical Description: Removed from binder.
Folder 18: "Kirksville and the Holistic Revolution", 1971Add to your cart.
by Joseph Y. Alloway, inscribed by author.
Folder 19: "The Last ? Resort", 1975-1980Add to your cart.
Newsletter of the Committee to End Violence Against  the Next Generation.  Incomplete run. Includes issues: Jan/Feb 1975, Mar/Apr 1975, Mar/Apr 1976, May/June 1976, Mar/Apr 1977, Sept/Oct 1977, Mar/Apr 1978 and Nov/Dec 1980.
Folder 20: LoyaltyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: "Loyalty in a Democracy: A Roundtable Report", 1952Add to your cart.
Public Affairs Pamphlet No. 179. A roundtable discussion to speak about the issues pertaining to loyalty and the democratic society, members included a staff member from the Washington post, professors from top colleges and other professionals
Item 2: "Individual Freedom and the Common Defense", 1957Add to your cart.
One of a series of pamphlets focusing on the Fund for the Republic's study on free society. By Walter Millis
Folder 21: Marijuana Repeal Campaign - pamphlets, 1972Add to your cart.
ACLU - Marijuana and Drug use;  Marijuana Repeal Campaign Legislative Manual
Folder 22: News Media - pamphlets, November 1972- February 1973Add to your cart.
Reporters and Their Sources: The Constitutional Right to a Confidential Relationship, Notes- Reporters and Their Sources: The Constitutional Right to a Confidential Relationship, The Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary- Hearings on the Compulsion of Newman's Testimony and Freedom of the Press, Coordinating Committee for Legislation Concerning Reporters' Privilege
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Notes From the Women's Rights Project", April 1977 - October 1978Add to your cart.
Incomplete run of issues. Published by ACLU. Topics include:  integrating the Boys' Club, sex discrimination in schools,
Biographical/Historical Note: Cape v. Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association, Cannon v. University of Chicago,
Folder 2: "Privacy Journal" (folder 1 of 2), 1974 - October 1976Add to your cart.
An independent monthly on privacy in a computer age. Published by Robert Ellis Smith, Washington D.C. Incomplete run of issues 1974 - 1980. Includes topics: European laws, Federal data banks, citizen rights to personal information (arrest records, medical records, banking records, student records, data gathered by government officials).
Folder 3: "Privacy Journal" (folder 2 of 2), July 1977 - December 1980Add to your cart.
An independent monthly on privacy in a computer age. Published by Robert Ellis Smith, Washington D.C. Incomplete run of issues 1974 - 1980. Includes topics: European laws, Federal data banks, citizen rights to personal information (arrest records, medical records, banking records, student records, data gathered by government officials).
Folder 4: "Privacy Report", 1974 - 1980, undatedAdd to your cart.
A journal by the Project on Privacy and Data Collection- ACLU. Incomplete run of issues (includes some photocopies). Cover topics including: the ACLU Privacy Report,
Biographical/Historical Note: Related cases mentioned in issues: Stark v. Shultz, Simpson v. Simpson, Jabara v. Kelley, Halpern v. Kissinger, Gambling v. Albuquerque Police Department, U.S. v. Bisceglia, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. University of New Mexico, People v. Wetzel, Menard v. Saxbe, Wyman v. Jones, Griswold v. Connecticut,
Folder 5: Students Rights - pamphletsAdd to your cart.
Item 1: "Academic Freedom in the Secondary Schools", 1968Add to your cart.
ACLU
Item 2: "Rights and Responsibilities of High School Students", 1970Add to your cart.
City of New York Board of Education
Item 3: "Combatting Undemocratic Pressures on Schools and Libraries", 1964Add to your cart.
ACLU (2 copies)
Item 4: Harvard University- Center for Law and Education, Materials on Student Rights Cases, 1970Add to your cart.
Item 5: Student Rights Handbook for Dayton, Ohio, 1971Add to your cart.
Center for the Study of Student Citizenship, Rights, and Responsibilities.
Item 6: "Of Scapegoats and Other Healthy Animals", circa 1970Add to your cart.
Center for the Study of Student Citizenship, Rights, and Responsibilities. Topics: racism, blank students, civil rights.
Item 7: "Can They Do These Things to Us? A program for School Reform", circa 1970Add to your cart.
by Arthur E. Thomas. Center for the Study of Student Citizenship, Rights, and Responsibilities. Topics: racism, blank students, civil rights.
Folder 7: "Why President Richard Nixon Should be Impeached", circa 1973Add to your cart.
published by ACLU, Washington, D.C. Public Affairs Press.
Folder 8: "Women's Rights Report", March 1979-Winter 1981Add to your cart.
Published by ACLU Women's Right's Project. Topics include: pregnancy discrimination,
Biographical/Historical Note: Brown v. Board of Education, Equal Pay Act, Lemons v. City and County of Denver, Christensen v. Iowa, Gunther v. County of Washington, Local Fiscal Assistance Act, Revenue Sharing Act, McRae v. Harris, Griswold v. Connecticut, Reed v. Reed, Title IX and Amendments Act of 1972
Item 1: Vol 1, No. 1 (March 1979)Add to your cart.
New Priorities for Women's Project
Item 2: Vol 1, No. 2 (Summer 1979)Add to your cart.
What's Wrong with the New EEOC?
Item 3: Vol. 1, No. 3 (Fall 1979)Add to your cart.
The Liberation of Black Women (2 copies)
Item 4: Vol 1, No. 4 (Winter 1979-80)Add to your cart.
Pay Equity the Issue of the 80s
Item 5: Vol. 2, No. 1 (Spring 1980)Add to your cart.
History of women and the ACLU, including feature on Crystal Eastman ACLU Co-Founder and interview with Roger Baldwin.
Item 6: Vol 2, No. 2 (Fall 1980)Add to your cart.
New Wrongs for Working Women
Item 7: Vol 3, No. 2 (Summer 1981)Add to your cart.
Uncle Sam Doesn't Want You!
Item 8: Vol 4, No. 1 (Winter 1981)Add to your cart.
A Sorry Record on Women's Rights (2 copies)
Folder 9: "The Working Parts", 1973 - 1977Add to your cart.
Number 1 - 9.
Item 1: November, 1973Add to your cart.
Includes description of Affiliate Project, Student Rights Project by ACLU of Eastern Missouri
Item 2: January, 1974Add to your cart.
Includes description of promotional materials distributed by ACLU of Eastern Missouri
Item 3: April, 1974Add to your cart.
Summary of national projects listing aim, priorities, what resources and support are available to affiliates. Projects include Privacy and Data Collection, Reproductive Freedom, Capital Punishment, Sexual Privacy (including protections for "gays and other sexual minorities"). Includes note on publication of ACLU Eastern Missouri "Guidelines for Cooperating Attorneys" by Joyce Armstrong, and map showing membership by state as of 1973
Item 4: July, 1974Add to your cart.
Item 5: November, 1974Add to your cart.
Includes mention of ACLU of Eastern Missouri newsletter production by all volunteers, including mailing preparation over "wine and chees at Director Armstrong's house"
Item 6: June, 1975Add to your cart.
Item 7: November, 1975Add to your cart.
Includes description of ACLU of Eastern Missouri's Privacy Project.
Item 8: June, 1976Add to your cart.
Includes programs across the nation related to Bicentennial celebrations
Item 9: July, 1977Add to your cart.
Includes welcome to Becky Hamlin, new administrative secretary at ACLU of Western Missouri.
Folder 6: US Congress and the Supreme Court - pamphlets, October 1962- 1966Add to your cart.
The Supreme Court and Civil Liberties- Past Review and Recent Decisions, The Supreme Court and Civil Liberties- How Far Has the Court Protected the Bill of Rights (editions from 1952 and 1955), U.S. Library of Congress- Committee of the Judiciary of the United States Senate

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