John Mathews collection of political protest drawings and ephemera, 1968-1969 Rauner Manuscript MS-1335

Box & Folder List

Series: 1, Political Protest Ephemera, 1968-1969

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Box: 1, Political Protest Drawings and Posters, 1968-1969

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Box: 1

Box Contents

  • Folder: 1, Junior high school student drawings depicting the riots and protests in Washington, DC and their aftermath, 1968
  • Folder: 2, Elementary school student drawings depicting the riots and protests in Washington, DC and their aftermath, 1968
  • Folder: 3, Elementary and middle school student drawings depicting the riots and protests in Washington, DC and their aftermath, 1968
  • Folder: 4, Posters and ephemera related to political protests , 1968-1969

    Posters:" Register and Vote for Peace in '68"; "I should Like to Be Able to Love My Country and Still Love Justice. Camus'; "Poor People's Campaign 1968"; "On Strike - Here and Now fir Bobby Seale"; "Honor America Day - 4th of July Celebration"; "Abernathy's Day"; "Come to Stay Nonviolent - Mass Action for Peace and Justice"; "Art Auction - National Welfare Rights Organization"; Campaign Poster: "We Support Kennedy"; Flag: "Peace - Counter Inaugural '69"; 6 student newspapers; Miscellaneous flyers; SDS Calendar of Struggle (1969); "Meet the Candidates: Adlai E. Stevenson," booklet; Homemade Poster: "Conjugation for Subjugation"

  • Folder: 5, "The Children Write Their Own Postscript," by John Mathews in "New York Times Magazine," 1968, photocopy, undated

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