Left Wing Collection, 1919-ongoing

Title: Left Wing Collection, 1919-ongoing
Call Number: Mss-0247
Bulk: .8 cu. ft.

Abstract:

This is a collection of various materials belonging to Milwaukee County leftist organizations whose areas of interests include pacifism, civil rights, labor, political movements, and the Vietnam War.

Administrative Note:

The collection was processed on Feb. 15, 1997 by Steve Daily.  Material was added to the collection on September 1999 & September 2000 and was processed by Kevin Abing.

Americans For Democratic Action-Milwaukee Chapter

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mailings, memos, announcements, 1953, 1965-67

platforms, programs, schedules, speech, 1966-67

publications, newsletters, 1951, 1962, 1965-69.

1 1

Civil Rights Defense Committee-Milwaukee Branch

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correspondence, 1941, 1944.

announcements, pamphlets, petition.

newsletters, 1942, 1944.

1 2

Communist Party-Milwaukee/Wisconsin

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announcements, resolution, 1940-41.

flyers and pamphlets, 1935, 1937, 1941-42, 1978.

newsletters, 1929, 1936.

Wisconsin Voice of Labor Jan. 16, 1935

1 3

Communist Party-Miscellaneous publications

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New Pioneer Nov. 1935, New York

Liberator Feb. 1919, August 1924, New York.

Red Cartoons from The Daily Worker 1926, Chicago

Capitalism and Agriculture in the United States June 1934, New York

Moscow Daily News Sept. 30, 1932, Dec. 5, 1932, Dec. 15, 1932

The Communist May 1, 1919

Die Kommunistische Internationale Oct. 25, 1919

New York Communist May 15, 1919

Daily Worker July 3, 1937, March 23, 1938

The Crisis of Everyday Living and the Winning

Fightback July 1978, New York

1 4

Communist Party-Milwaukee County/Wisconsin

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Clippings, 1929-55 1 5

Communist Party-National/International

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clippings, 1928-55 1 6

International Labor Defense-Milwaukee District

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Solicitation letter, announcements, coupon book, 1927, 1940. 1 7

Milwaukee Organizing Committee

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mailings, progress reports, bulletins, 1966-68 2 8

Youth Against War and Fascism

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flyers, newsletters, 1933, 1972 2 9

Street Sheet

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newsletter, 1970-1984 2 10

UWM newsletter, newspapers

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Broadside UWM Y-Dems July 1965.

The Post Feb. 16, 1971, Feb. 19, 1971.

Crossroads Oct. 8 , 1970.

Strike! May 1970.

2 11
Misc. pamphlets, brochures, booklets, 1919-53 2 12
Misc. flyers and announcements, 1927-80s 2 13

Misc. newsletters, newspapers

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Weekly People April 27, 1940.

The Truth May 1943.

Wisconsin Voter’s Guide Nov. 1, 1940.

International Free Trade Union News Jan. 1952.

Wisconsin Commonwealth Mar/Apr 1985.

The Newsletter Milwaukee Y.I.P., 1972.

SDS New Left Notes Oct. 21, 1969.

Street Level April 1971.

Retrospect April 1969.

Kaleidoscope Oct. 1970, March 1971, July 1971.

The Open Door April ?

Teen’s A Go Go 4 issues.

Seize the Time! Milwaukee Community newsletter.

Peace Action Jul 1946, Oct 1951, Dec 1951, May 1952.

Conscription News Jun 1948, Dec 1948.

Youth Action Jul 1938.

National Council For Prevention of War Bulletin 1922, 1923, 1926.

The Student Opinion, 1966.

Industrial Worker, 1968

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Misc. publications

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Negro Industrial Proletariat of America July 1928, Moscow.

Congressional Record May 23, 1951 – remarks of Rep. James G. Fulton on battling communism.

Snide Spring 1967, UWM.

Fellowship Dec 1938, Jan 1945, Jul 1947.

Youth July 1937.

Bugle American, May 1972, Nov. 1975 (Milwaukee Counterculture History)

2 15

Milwaukee Coalition for Change

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flyer, ca. 1970 2 16
Peace Action-Wisconsin 2 17

Oversize Items

Location

The “Milwaukee 14″ poster ca. March 2005 (2 copies) OS SM “L”

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