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Finding Aid for the Dean L.L. Love Collection (MUM00589)

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Finding Aid for the Dean L.L. Love Collection



Descriptive Summary

PURL: http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00589/
Title: Dean L.L. Love Collection
Dates: 1962-1963
Collector: Love, L. L. (Leston Lewis), 1899-1968
Physical Extent: 1 box (.417 linear feet)
Repository: University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. University, MS 38677, USA
Identification: MUM00589
Language of Material: English
Abstract: Correpondence and printed materials sent to Dean L.L. Love around the 1962 admission of James Meredith to the University of Mississippi.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Material donated by William Gravely of the University of Denver. Gravely acquired the materials from Bernard Spilka, Professor of Psychology in Colorado. According to Gravely, Spilka obtained the materials from a Boulder, CO bookseller after L.L. Love's widow passed away.

Processing Information

Collection processed by Leigh McWhite. Finding aid encoded by Jason Kovari.

Additions

No further additions are expected to this collection.


Subject Terms

Love, L. L. (Leston Lewis), 1899-1968
Meredith, James, 1933-
University of Mississippi -- History
College integration -- Mississippi -- Oxford


Formats

correspondence
clippings (information artifacts)
serials (publications)
alternative publications


Historical Note

L.L. (Leston Lewis) Love was the Dean of Students during the 1962 admission of James Meredith to the University of Mississippi. The publicity surrounding the integration of the institution brought forth an array of correspondence to university officials, some of which found their way to the desk of Dean Love.


User Information

Prefered Citation

Dean L.L. Love Collection, Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi

Access Restrictions

The Dean L.L. Love Collection is open for research.

Copyright Restrictions

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Related Material

Resources at the University of Mississippi

For more materials related to the Integration of the University of Mississippi, see our Civil Rights & Race Relations subject guide.

For select images and documents related to the Integration, see the Integration of the University of Mississippi digital collection.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged in 2 series; correspondence is arranged chronologically.

Series I. Correspondence
Series II. Publications & Printed Ephemera

Container List

Series I. Correspondence
Correspondence. 3-12 October 1962
1.1.1 October 3, 1962. Petition from students at Barnard College of Columbia University concerning Meredith
1.1.2 ALS. October 6, 1962. From William E. Flemings of Camden, NJ to Director of Student Affairs. Enclosed newspaper clippings. Envelope
1.1.3 ALS. October 9, 1962. From Norm Dawson of Eugene, Oregon to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.1.4 ALS. October 9, 1962. From Frank Jones of Richton, MS to Dean Love. Envelope
1.1.5 ALS. October 9, 1962. From Mrs. Gordon P. Ashley of Fairport, NY to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.1.6 ALS. October 10, 1962. From George H. Ochs of Metairie, LA to Mr. Lerton L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.1.7 TL. October 11, 1962. From Mrs. B.B. Rainey of Wainsville, NC to Mr. Leton L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clippings. Envelope
1.1.8 ALS. October 11, 1962. From Julien W. Rehm of Bethlehem, PA to Dean of Men. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.1.9 TLS. October 11, 1962. From Leonard B. Melvin, Sr. of Laurel, MS to Chancellor J.D. Williams
1.1.10 Newspaper clipping. October 11, 1962. From L.H. McClure of New York, NY to Mr. Leston Love. Envelope
1.1.11 TLS. October 11, 1962. From Collins W. Burnett of Ohio State University to Dr. Les Love. Envelope
1.1.12 TLS. October 12, 1962. From Chas. A. Felker, Jr. of Dallas, TX to Mr. L.L. Love. Enclosure. Envelope
1.1.13 TLS. October 12, 1962. From A.W. Midkiff of Hot Springs National Park, AR to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.1.14 Copy TLS. October 12, 1962. From Wm. B. Alexander, Jr. of Cleveland, MS to J.D. Williams. Envelope
1.1.15 TLS. October 12, 1962. From Guy Chambers of Jacksonville, FL to Dean Leston L. Love. Envelope
Correspondence, 13 October 1962
1.2.1 ALS. October 13, 1962. From Mrs. George W. Payne of Shelby, MS to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.2.2 ALS. October 13, 1962. From LRK [Lloyd R. Killam] of Honolulu, HI to Mr. L.L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.2.3 ALS. October 13, 1962. From Bill [William C. Connell, Jr. of Clarksdale, MS to Dean L.L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.2.4 ALS. October 13, 1962. From Mrs. Annie [L? Stevens?] of Hattiesburg, MS to L.L. Love
1.2.5 ALS. October 13, 1962. From Louella Garrett of Muncie, IN to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.2.6 ALS. October 13, 1962. From Francis P. Weisenburger of Ohio State University to "Les." Envelope
1.2.7 AL. October 13, 1962. From "A Very Loyal Mississippi Lady" to Dean L.L. Love. Envelope
1.2.8 TL. October 13, 1962. From Mrs. A.P. Clark of Biloxi, MS to Dean L.L. Love. Envelope
1.2.9 TLS. October 13, 1962. From Mrs. Leonard Taylor of Tuscaloosa, AL to Dean L.L. Love. Envelope
1.2.10 ALS. October 13, 1962. From Eula F. Noble of Houston, TX to Mr. Love. Envelope
1.2.11 ALS. October 13, 1962. From Nancy K. Edmonson of Pine Bluff, AR to L.L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.2.12 October 13, 1962. To Dean L.L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.2.13 Copy TLS. October 13, 1962. From R.L. Netterville of Natchez, MS to J.D. Williams.
Correspondence, 14 October 1962
1.3.1 ALS. October 14, 1962. From R.S. Rosmussen of Oakland, CA to Dean L.L. Love. Envelope
1.3.2 TM with annotated note. October 14, 1962. From Ben F. Bloodworth of Macon, GA to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.3.3 Copy TM. October 14, 1962. From Ole Miss Westminister Fellowship to Dean L.L. Love. Copy of reply from Love attached
1.3.4 TM. October 14, 1962. To Dean of Men. Envelope
1.3.5 AL. October 14, 1962. From Shreveport, LA to L.L. Love. Envelope
1.3.6 ALS. October 14, 1962. From C.H. Murphey of Itta Bena, MS to Dean L.L. Love. Envelope
Correspondence, 15-17 October 1962
1.4.1 ALS. October 15, 1962. From Linda Goodman to Mr. Love. Envelope
1.4.2 ALS. October 15, 1962. From Mrs. Cook to Mr. Love. Envelope
1.4.3 TLS. October 15, 1962. From Mrs. Sylvia C. Garber of Jackson, MS to L.L. Love.
1.4.4 ALS. October 15, 1962. From Mrs. Lucie B. ? of Tylertown, MS to Dean L.L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.4.5 TLS. October 16, 1962. From Maurice E. Troyer of Tokyo, Japan to Dr. L.S. Love. Envelope
1.4.6 TLS. October 17, 1962. From Mr. & Mrs. J.C. Rhodes of Forest, MS to Dean L.L. Love. Envelope
1.4.7 Copy TL. October 17, 1962. From L.L. Love to Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Morris of Jackson, MS to L.L. Love. Attached telegram from Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Morris to Dean Robert J. Farley and Dean L.L. Love
Correspondence, 18-20 October 1962
1.5.1 TLS. October 18, 1962. From William Tate of University of Georgia to Dean L.L. Love. Envelope
1.5.2 TLS. October 18, 1962. From S.S. Halliburton of Longmeadow, MA to Dr. L.L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.5.3 TLS. October 18, 1962. From Geo. Washington Williams of Baltimore, MD to Dr. Lester L. Love. Envelope
1.5.4 Copy TL. October 19, 1962. From Camden Norris of Columbus, MS to Mr. T.M. Hederman, Jr.; copy TL. October 20, 1962. Camden Norris to Editor, Commercial Appeal. Envelope
1.5.5 October 19, 1962. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.5.6 ALS. October 19, 1962. From Bill Klem to Mr. Love. Enclosures. Envelope
1.5.7 ALS. October 19, 1962. From Robert Madison to Dean of Men. Envelope
1.5.8 AL. October 19, 1962. From "A Native of Mississippi" to L.L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping
1.5.9 TLS. October 20, 1962. From William T. West of Monessen, PA to Dr. L.L. Love. Enclosed TM "Reward." Envelope
Correspondence, 26-31 October 1962
1.6.1 AL. October 26, 1962. From "The Student of Brooklyn College" of New York, NY to "Student of Ole Miss." Enclosed card. Envelope
1.6.2 TLS. October 27, 1962. From Charles B. Cliett of Mississippi State University to Dr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.6.3 AN. October 28, 1962. From E. Sonnenberg of Sterling, CO to Dean of Students. Enclosed newspaper clippings. Envelope
1.6.4 TLS. October 28, 1962. From H. Harbican of Detroit, MI to Dean of Men. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.6.5 October 29, 1962. To "Young Men Student Body." Enclosure with annotated note. Envelope
1.6.6 Copy TM with annotated note. October 23, 1962. To Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.6.7 October 30, 1962. From Torrence, CA to Dean L.L. Love. Enclosed pamphlet "Here's How!" Envelope
1.6.8 TLS. October 30, 1962. From "Residents of Powers Dormitory" to Dr. L.L. Love
1.6.9 Postcard. October 30, 1962. To L.L. Love
1.6.10 Postcard. October 31, 1962. To M.L.L. Love Dean
1.6.11 TL. October 31, 1962. From "Chairman" of Winnsboro, LA to Mr. L.L. Love. Enclosed pamphlet "Kennedy's Death Trap for U.S.!!!" and two TM. Envelope
1.6.12 TLS. October 31, 1962. From R.H. Greenfield of Portland, OR to Dean of Men. Envelope
1.6.13 TLS. October 31, 1962. From Mrs. Margaret L. Stimson Jr. of New York, NY to Dean of Men. Envelope
Correspondence, 1-7 November 1962
1.7.1 ALS. November 1, 1962. From Mrs. Ethel E. Selkirk of St. Petersburg, FL to L.L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.7.2 TLS. November 1, 1962. From W.W. Irvin of Farmington, NM to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.7.3 ALS. November 1, 1962. From Clair C. Glazier of Essex, CT to Dean L. L. Love
1.7.4 TLS. November 1, 1962. From Presley J. Snow of Philadelphia, MS to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.7.5 TL. November 1, 1962. From Milwaukee, WI to L.L. Love. Attached newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.7.6 AL November 1, 1962. From Tacoma, WA to Mr. L. L. Love. Envelope
1.7.7 Postcard. November 2, 1962. From Bouch Clipping Agency of Decatur, MI to Mr. Love
1.7.8 TLS. November 2, 1962. From Mrs. Alma Campbell of Jaffrey, SC to Dr. L.L. Love. Enclosed note. Envelope
1.7.9 AL. November 2, 1962. From Saint Petersburg, FL to Student Council. Envelope
1.7.10 ALS. November 3, 1962. From "Thinking American Who also prefer her own race" of Washington, DC to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.7.11 TLS. November 5, 1962. From Mrs. Elizabeth G. Kirschten of Greenwood, MS to Dean L.L. Love. Envelope
1.7.12 ALS. November 6, 1962. From Jack Case of Richard City, TN to "General Secretary of 'Ole Miss.'" Envelope
1.7.13 ALS. November 6, 1962. From Mrs. Elizabeth Torsney of Boston, MA to "Students and Faculty." Enclosed Envelope. Envelope
1.7.14 TLS. November 7, 1962. From L.H. Kendall of Gautier, MS to Mr L.L. Love
Correspondence, 11-28 November 1962
1.8.1 Postcard. November 11, 1962. To "Chief of Police and All Students of Senior-Junior Classes, 'Ole Miss.'"
1.8.2 ALS. November 12, 1962. From Harl L. Douglass of Boulder, CO to Dean of Men. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.8.3 TLS. November 13, 1962. From Gladys Goddard of Providence, RI to Mr. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.8.4 TLS. November 22, 1962. From Miss Mary Steibacher of Wilkes Barre, PA to Dean of Men. Envelope
1.8.5 November 13, 1962. Newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.8.6 Postcard. November 16, 1962. From L. Harrold of Amarillo, TX to Dean Lester Love
1.8.7 Postcard. November 17, 1962. To Dean L.L. Love
1.8.8 AL. November 17, 1962. From V.W. Winkles of Lexington, TN to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.8.9 AL. November 17, 1962. From Fairborn, OH to L.L. Love. Envelope
1.8.10 TLS. November 17, 1962. From B.H. Raines to L.L. Love. Envelope
1.8.11 TL. November 22, 1962. From "A True Friend" of Muncie, IN to "Dean of Student Affairs." Envelope
1.8.12 ALS. November 22, 1962. From Frank T. Paylon of New York, NY to Mr. L.L. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.8.13 TL. November 24, 1962. From E.H. Peeples, Jr. of Philadelphia, PA to Dean Leston L. Love. Envelope
1.8.14 TL. November 27, 1962. From Art Ogle, Jr. of St. Paul, MN to President Student Government
1.8.15 TLS. November 27, 1962. From Bernard Wiesman of Arlington, VA to Dr. L.L. Love. Enclosed pamphlet "In Black and White" (Catholic Interracial Council of Northern Virginia)
1.8.16 ALS. November 28, 1962. From Mrs. Bettye Gable of Washington, DC to Mr. Love. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
Correspondence, December 1962
1.9.1 ALS. December 8, 1962. From Clarence A. Real of Chicago, IL to Dean of Students. Envelope
1.9.2 TLS. December 11, 1962. From Zeb Jones of Jackson, MS to Dean L.L. Love
Correspondence, 1963
1.10.1 ALS. January 12, 1963. From Edith Butler of Sanford, FL to Dr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.10.2 ALS. January 12, 1963. From Mahel Best of North East, MD to President of Student Council (Freshman Class). Envelope
1.10.3 TLS. January 12, 1963. From Jewel Boynton of Long Beach, CA to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.10.4 January 12, 1963. From National States Rights Party of New Orleans, LA to Mr. L.L. Love. Four TM pages. Envelope
1.10.5 ALS. January 11, 1962. From Cheryl Anderson of Moline, IL to "Students and Faculty Members." Envelope
1.10.6 Postcard. January 14, 1963. To Dean Love
1.10.7 ALS. January 14, 1963. From Arthur V. Hassman of Nara Visa, NM to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.10.8 TLS. January 17, 1963. From James W. Abernathy, Jr. of Booneville, MS to Mr. L.L. Love. Envelope
1.10.9 January 17, 1963. From Boston, MA to Dean of Men. Enclosed newspaper clippings. Envelope
1.10.10 TLS. January 31, 1963. Rev. U.G. Dickey of Macon, GA to Dean of Men. Envelope
1.10.11 AL. February 2, 1963. Mrs. N.M. Tisdale of Whittier, CA to Dean of Men. Envelope
1.10.12 February 8, 1963. From Decatur, GA to University of Missippi [sic]. Enclosed newspaper clipping. Envelope
1.10.13 Postcard. June ?, 1963. To Dean of "Men."
1.10.14 Postcard. September 27, 1963. From J.M. White to Dean of Students
Correspondence, Undated
1.11.1 ALS. From W.N. Blansett to "Dear Students." Written on broadside (Christian Educational Association, Union, NJ)
1.11.2 AL. To "Dear Sir." One page written on copy of newspaper clipping
1.11.3 ALS. From Carmela [Herrare?] of Milan, Italy to "The Professors and Students of Oxford University." Envelope
1.11.4 Telegram. From P.D. Castleberry to L.L. Love
1.11.5 ALS. From Elizabeth Hewitt of Whithier, CA to "The Students at the University of Mississippi."
1.11.6 ALS. From Floyd T. Luttrell of Mobile, AL. Attached telegram sent by Luttrell to John Kennedy
1.11.7 Telegram. From Jim Lucas to L.L. Love
1.11.8 TLS. From Lucian L. [Foote?]
1.11.9 TL. "Sir, Some people believe that most Communist..."
1.11.10 AL. "Are your a communist..."
1.11.11 AL. "Dean Love, Meredith got his rights; give us back ours..."
1.11.12 AL. "Gentlemen: enclosed are clippings from newspapers..."
1.11.13 AL. "Dear Sir: I would not want any of the three faculty members..."
1.11.14 TL. From Butler, IN. "I can't say that I know exactly how to write..."
1.11.15 Copy AL. "I have been deeply concerned over the matter of lawlessness..."
1.12 Envelopes [EMPTY]
Series II. Publications & Printed Ephemera
Clippings
1.13 Newspaper clippings related to the "Meredith Crisis"
Issues of Common Sense: America's Newspaper against Communism
1.14.1 June 15, 1962
1.14.2 August 1962
1.14.3 September 1, 1962
1.14.4 October 1, 1962
1.14.5 October 15, 1962
1.14.6 May 1, 1963
1.14.7 July 1963
Issues of The Aryan Views (Waco, TX)
1.15.1 February 24, 1959
1.15.2 3 April 1962
1.15.3 10 September 1962
1.15.4 1 October 1962
1.15.5 2 October 1962
1.15.6 5 October 1962
1.15.7 1 December 1962
1.15.8 2 issues with Undated
Broadside, c.1962
1.16 "Rebel Resistence: Strategy for the Students at Oxford"
Issues of Rebel Underground (Oxford, MS)
1.17.1 Vol. 1, No. 2 (October 1962)
1.17.2 Vol. 1, No. 3 (December 1962)
1.17.3 Vol. 2, No. 7
1.17.4 Vol. 3, No. 5 [4 copies]
1.17.5 Vol. 3, No. 6
1.17.6 Vol. 1, No. 1 of The Confederate (University of Southern Mississippi division of Rebel Underground)
University of Mississippi Library Bulletin
1.18 Fall Semester, 1962, 1st edition (7 Copies)
Issues of The Dan Smoot Report
1.19.1 October 8, 1962
1.19.2 October 15, 1962
Issues of Bulletins by Charles B. Hudson (Englewood, CO)
1.20.1 August 28, 1962
1.20.2 December 31, 1962
Pamphlets
1.21.1 "Oxford: A Warning for Americans" (Jackson, MS: Mississippi State Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1962)
1.21.2 "Wanted! Earl Warren for Impeachment" (Hollywood, CA: Cinema Educational Guild, Inc.)
1.21.3 "Abolish the United Nations" (Los Angeles, CA: Christian Nationalist Crusade)
1.21.4 "A Treatise on Race and the Serpent's Seed by E. Floyd Terry."
1.21.5 "The Hybrid Race Doctrine: A Critical Analysis of Some Teachings of Modern Anthropology by Bela Hubbard, Ph.D" (San Francisco, CA: Liberty & Property, Inc.)
Anti-Semitic Literature
1.22.1 "Jews in Positions of Great Power" (Los Angeles, CA: Christian Nationalist Crusade)
1.22.2 "Jew Religion Exposed" (Union, NJ: Christian Educational Association)
1.22.3 "Must Christians Support the Jewish Rabbis?"
1.22.4 "Is the 'Mental Health Racket' a Communist-Jewish Front?"
1.22.5 "George Washington's statement on the so-called 'Jews:'" (Salt Lake City, UT: Mariliyn R. Allen)
1.22.6 "Jesus Was Not a Jew" (Los Angeles, CA: Keep America Committee). [2 copies]
1.22.7 "Can White People Be Anti-Semitic?"
1.22.8 "Wake Up! Christians -- Gentiles -- Patriots" (Los Angeles, CA: Keep America Committee)
1.22.9 "Benjamin Franklin and the Jews."
1.22.10 "Dear Christian Parents of Sierra Madre..." (Lost Angeles, CA: Keep America Committee)
1.22.11 "A Letter the Toledo Blade Refused to Print" (Undated)
1.22.12 Copies of newspaper clippings
Segregationist Literature
1.23.1 "Time is Running Out on the Whites" (New York, NY: Truth Seeker Reprints, 1961)
1.23.2 "Uncle Sam: Black Bastard Breeder Supreme" (New York, NY: Truth Seeker Reprints, 1961)
1.23.3 "What Will Our Descendants Be? Anglo-Saxon or Mulatto?" (Ft. Lauderdale, FL: The White Sentinel, Undated)
1.23.4 "Youth Movements" (Ft. Lauderdale, FL: The White Sentinel, Undated)
Conservative Christian / Protestant Literature
1.24.1 "Don't Throw This Away!" (Union, NJ: Christian Educational Assn., Undated)
1.24.2 "Do You Want These Godless Tyrants to Run Our Country?" (Tulsa, OK: Christian Crusade, Undated)
1.24.3 "Help! Our American Birthright, Christian Heritage and Our American Way of Life Need Your Active Defense" (Los Angeles, CA: American Birthright Committee, Undated)
1.24.4 "Wake Up! Christians -- Gentiles -- Patriots" (Los Angeles, CA: Keep America Committee, Undated)
1.24.5 TL. From David Calderwood, President California Christian Citizens Assoc. to the editor of the Daily Pilot of Huntington Beach, CA
1.24.6 "Where Is Hell? And How Can I Get There?" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.7 "I Was a Priest" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.8 "Which Church Saves?" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.9 "Excuses: They Will Not Stand the Test" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.10 "For Protestants: Remarkable Conversion of a Catholic Lady and How She Solved 'Mixed Marriage'" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.11 "$1650.00 Reward" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.12 "The Priest Who Found Christ" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.13 "When You Die You Can Go Straight to Heaven" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.14 "Rabit-Egg Religion" " (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.15 "Listen, My Friend -- Thousands Are Being Misled!" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.16 "Listen to This Conversation" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.17 "Do You Belong to the True Church?" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.18 "Doubts of a Priest" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.19 "A Voice From Eternity" (Randleman, NC: Pilgrim Tract Society, Undated)
1.24.20 "Salvation Is Free" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.21 "Let Jesus Come Into Your Heart" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.22 "Queen Victoria Was Sure She Was Going to Heaven Are You?" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.23 "...Oh Yes, -- Sure as Hell..." (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
1.24.24 "The Great Destroyer" (Randleman, NC: Pilgrim Tract Society, Undated)
1.24.25 "A Mother's Fatal Mistake" (Randleman, NC: Pilgrim Tract Society, Undated)
1.24.26 "Altar Boy Saved" (Minneapolis, MN: Osterhus Pub. House, Undated)
Anti-Communist Literature
1.25.1 "Help! Our American Birthright, Christian Heritage and Our American Way of Life Need Your Active Defense" (Los Angeles, CA: American Birthright Committee, Undated)
1.25.2 "Oaths That Bind" (Preston McCrossen, Undated)
1.25.3 "A Counterspy Views Communist Subversion" (Hollywood, CA: Big Decision, Undated)
1.25.4 "Treason At It's Worst America Betrayed" (Los Angeles, CA: Keep America Committee, Undated)
1.25.5 "Communist Commissar Gus Hall Leads Revolutionary Force in America" (Portland, OR: Freedom Center, Undated)
1.25.6 Literature from Paul Revere Association Yeomen, Inc. (New Orleans, LA)
1.25.7 Copies of newspaper clippings with annotations
1.25.8 Loose stamps "Fight Communism."
Keep America Committee Literature
1.26 "Major General Edwin Walker's 'Incitement to Riot'" (Los Angeles, CA: Keep America Committee, Undated)