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1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 2

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 2

Protest PHOTO BY RICK GREENAWALT

1972-04-19 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""Silent Protest""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-04-19 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""Silent Protest""

About 100 persons stood quietly during intermittent showers between 11 a.am. and 1 p.m. today on the east edge of the pentacrest in silent protest

1971-02-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Two-Day DIA Protest Hearing Ends Here"" Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Two-Day DIA Protest Hearing Ends Here"" Page 1

P.C 2/6/711 p.1 (of 2) Garfield Hears Protesters' Explanations - Two-Day DIA Protest Hearing Ends Here By MARK F. ROHNER Of the Press-Citizen A hearing on a Dec. 9 protest at the University of Iowa ended Friday afternoon as students charged in the demonstration attempted to show University Hearing Officer Theodore Garfield why they…

1971-02-22 Des Moines Register Article: ""Calm Protest At U Of Iowa""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-22 Des Moines Register Article: ""Calm Protest At U Of Iowa""

DMR 2/23/71 Wirephoto (AP) Coffee Break Students from a group called "Christians Affirming Life" are served coffee Monday durig their protest against two Marine Corps recruiters at the University of Iowa Engineering Placement office in Iowa City. Serving the coffee is Thomas Farrell, director of placement. The protest later was joined…

1972-05-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Highway Patrolmen To Remain on Duty in Iowa City"" Page 6

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Highway Patrolmen To Remain on Duty in Iowa City"" Page 6

"Future Was Protest Plans Shrouded in Uncertainties " P-C May 10, 1972 p.6 (of 6) Plans From Page 1A plans a Thursday Des Moines protest. Kristine Thieker, a member of the UI student executive committee, said she had been organizing the Thursday protest. She said protest organizers hope to meet this afternoon to coordinate efforts…

1970-12-22 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""UI Student Acquitted In May 5 Protest Case""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-22 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""UI Student Acquitted In May 5 Protest Case""

P-C 12/22/70 UI Student Acquitted In May 5 Protest Case Police Judge Joseph Thornton has acquitted a University of Iowa student, Karyl Weaver, 19, in her trial on a disorderly conduct charge filed May 5 in connection with demonstrations in the downtown area here. Trial dates for 39 others arrested the same day have not yet been set. Miss Weaver…

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""New Highway Patrol Tactic Foils Friday Night Protest"" Page 1

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""New Highway Patrol Tactic Foils Friday Night Protest"" Page 1

" New Highway Patrol Tactic Foils Friday Night Protest" P-C May 13, 1972 p.1 (of 2) The Line Forms Here Iowa Highway Patrolmen employed a new tactic Friday night in an effort to quell demonstrations which have started on previous nights from the Pentacrest, Patrolmen formed this line in front of Old Capitol early in the evening to…

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Student protest at Iowa, Spring 1969

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Student PROTEST at Iowa

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 6

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Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 6

EDUCATIONAL RECORD Winter 1971 TABLE 4: Correlations Between Protests Against Institutions and Selected Institutional Characteristics (N= 196 Four Year Institutions) Institutional Characteristic , Protest Issue [War Related, Racial, Facilities and Student life, Student Power] University, .49*,.34,.57*,.27* Enrollment size,…

1972-03-05 Des Moines Register Article: 'Cancels U of I Class to Protest Action on Speech'

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-03-05 Des Moines Register Article: 'Cancels U of I Class to Protest Action on Speech'

"Cancels U of I Class to Protest Action on Speech" by a Staff Writer IOWA CITY, IA. -- A University of Iowa history professor announced Saturday that he is canceling a Monday class here as a "small symbolic protest" of the way university officials have reacted to what he called "a premeditated attack on academic…

1972-03-18 Des Moines Register Article: ""Dismiss Last Protest Cases""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-03-18 Des Moines Register Article: ""Dismiss Last Protest Cases""

DISMISS LAST PROTEST CASES By a Staff Writer IOWA CITY, IA. - After more than 22 months the final six Iowa City Police Court cases growing out of May, 1970, student disorders were dismissed Friday. Police Judge Joseph Thornton dismissed disorderly conduct charges against six persons ar- ested on May 8, 1970,after police issued orders to clear…

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Student handouts ca. 1970

Business Commuinty Response to Student Protest - Back

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1972-10-15 Des Moines Register Article: ""'The Glamour Of Protest Has Vanished'"" Page 1

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-10-15 Des Moines Register Article: ""'The Glamour Of Protest Has Vanished'"" Page 1

DMSR 10/15/72 p.1 (of 3) 'THE GLAMOUR OF PROTEST HAD VANISHED' U of I Freshman More Relaxed By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA - There is widespread agreement on campus here that the days of unrest which dominated the last five years at the University of Iowa (U of I) are over. Whether the campus is…

1970-12-02 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Council To Ask Court To Dissolve Protest Injunction""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-02 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Council To Ask Court To Dissolve Protest Injunction""

12/2/70 P-C Council To Ask Court To Dissolve Protest Injunction By FRED E. KARNES of the Press-Citizen The City Council has unanimously approved the recommendation of City Atty. Jay Honohan to ask the Johnson County District Court to dissolve an injunction aimed at student protesters. Honohan's recommendation and the Council's…

1970-12-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""U of I Probe Of Violations At Protest""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""U of I Probe Of Violations At Protest""

DMR 12/11/70 U of I Probe Of Violations At Protest By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA.—University of Iowa officials have begun a full-scale investigation to determine if Wednesday's sit-in at the U of I placement office constituted a violation of student conduct rules. More than 150 antiwar demonstrators blocked the…

1970-12-09 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Court Dissolves Injunction"" Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-09 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Court Dissolves Injunction"" Page 1

(of 2) Aimed at Demonstrations P-C Dec. 9, 1970 Court Dissolves Injunction By FRED E. KARNES Of the Press-Citizen District Court Judge Harold D. Vietor this morning dissolved an injunction aimed at political militants. City Atty. Jay H. Honohan decided to go ahead with his recommendation to drop the order after checking out reports of a…

1970-12-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Protesters Block U of I Job Office"" Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Protesters Block U of I Job Office"" Page 1

Protesters Block U of I Job Office By Larry Eckholt (Registered Staff Writer) IOWA CITY , IA - Under the watchful eye of University of Iowa officials, more than 150 militant antiwar demonstrators staged a rowdy sit-in at the U of I placement office Wednesday, disrupting job interviews there for nearly an hour. The demonstration - sponsored by…

1972-03-11 Des Moines Register Article: 'Reaction to U of I Protest Is 'Encouraging' to Regent'

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-03-11 Des Moines Register Article: 'Reaction to U of I Protest Is 'Encouraging' to Regent'

By a Staff Writer VINTON, IA. - The harassment of Harvard psychology professor at the University of Iowa recently was embarrassing and discouraging to the university, but in the long run it may have accomplished some good, a member of the State Board of Regents said Friday. "While we may have lost this battle, I think we're winning this…

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 3

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Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 3

mental pollution is perhaps the students' greatest single concern.^4 To recall the idea behind the moratorium observances: there would be one each month, with the first taking one day, the second taking two, the third three, and so on until U.S. military forces were completely removed from Vietnam. About one-third of the institutions…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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ATTENTION -- UNIVERSITY STUDENTS FACULTY AND STAFF !!! Yesterday, the campus of the University of Iowa became yet another focal point of national attention. Iowa students and faculty like thousands of others all over the globe have committed themselves to civil disobedience on a mass scale on order to show the peoples of the world that the…

1972-05-11 Daily Iowan Article: ""A look at a demonstration"" Page 5

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-11 Daily Iowan Article: ""A look at a demonstration"" Page 5

Tuesday's anti-war protest revisited A look at a demonstration Photos by Hoyt E,. Carrier II Watchful eyes of a patrolman

1971-03-19 Daily Iowan Article: ""Station Picketed By Vet War Group""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-19 Daily Iowan Article: ""Station Picketed By Vet War Group""

DI 3/19/71 Station Picketed By Vet War Group About 15 men and women picketed the KCRG-TV studio in Cedar Rapids Thursday in a protest sponsored by the University of Iowa organization of Veterans Against the War. The group was protesting the station's policy of signing off with film clips of Indochina battle scenes used in conjunction with…

1969-06-17 ""Appendices To The Graduate Student Committee On Recreational Facilities"" Page 1

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Student protests, 1969

1969-06-17 ""Appendices To The Graduate Student Committee On Recreational Facilities"" Page 1

Protest use of student fees for a Recreation Building 1969

1968-11-28 Article: 'Sies Charged With Violating Student Code' Page 1

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Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1972

1968-11-28 Article: 'Sies Charged With Violating Student Code' Page 1

11/28/68 Sies Charged With Violating Student Code Jerry Sies, A4, Iowa City, has been charged by the Office os Student Affairs with violation of the new Code of Student life. Sies, who is the first student known to be charged under the controversial new code, told The Daily Iowan Wednesday that he had received a letter telling him he was charged…

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Phyllis Griffin interview transcript, December 21, 2004

17 PG: Well, my mother was ready, and several other, and John Bibbs was ready, and several other people both black and white were ready, but it wasn't a large enough movement, nor was there resistance enough against that, do you know what I mean? NL: Uh huh PG: Um, like there weren't counter pickets, to my knowledge. There wasn't…

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 2

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Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 2

EDUCATIONAL RECORD Winter 1971 TABLE 1: Campus Protest in Two and Four Year Institutions During 1969-1970 [column one header]Type of Incident [end] [column two header]Unweighted Sample Data (N= 223 Institutional)[Number of incidents, Percentage of Institutions Experiencing One or More Incidents] [end] [column 3 header]Weighted Population…

Business Commuinty Response to Student Protest

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Student handouts ca. 1970

Business Commuinty Response to Student Protest

BUSINESS COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO STUDENT PROTEST The Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors wishes to express an understanding of the desire and basic problems behing recent demonstations and unrest. Whereas we do not unanimously agree with the students on all points of concern-we do support their right to dissent by demonstations in a non-violent…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 11/3/67 p.2 (of 2) [Photo Caption] CONTINUING THE PROTEST which Wednesday led to the arrest of 108 persons, antiwar demonstrators peacefully picketed the east entrance to the Union on Thursday while inside the Marine recruiter talked to a student. Capt. Bruce S. McKenna, the

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

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July 1935-(continued). Miss Bailey moved that a protest be sent. Miss Sherman seconded. Carried. The pres. asked, how shall we do this? Mrs. Kearney asked that the pres. serve as chairman. Pres. said she would announce later what method would be used. The president announced that Judge Summers would put on a drama Sept. 3, Tuesday evening,…

1968-12-10 Article: 'SDS Plans Rally Prior to Hearing By CSC for Sies' Page 1

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Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1972

1968-12-10 Article: 'SDS Plans Rally Prior to Hearing By CSC for Sies' Page 1

SDS Plans Rally Prior to Hearing By CSC for Sies 12/10/68 Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) voted Monday night to protest the Committee on Student Conduct hearing of Jerry Sies, A4, Iowa City, by holding a rally before the hearing and speaking "to our own people" at the hearing itself. The CSC is holding the hearing at 7:30 p.m.…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] Di Nov. 29, 1967 [photo] HIS METHOD OF PROTEST - Passers-by at the Union warily eye David Grant, G, St. Louis, who appeared dressed as death Tuesday. He said it was his way of protesting the scheduled presence on campus of recruiters for Dow Chemical Co. - Photo by Jon Jacobson

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Student protest at Iowa, Spring 1969

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Student PROTEST at Iowa

1970-06-03 Report: ""Campus Tensions -- A Report on Iowa and Elsewhere"" Page 6

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06-03 Report: ""Campus Tensions -- A Report on Iowa and Elsewhere"" Page 6

6 - The Bar Association report explores the relationship between campus authority and civil authority. Various techniques such as injunctions, criminal sanctions, civil actions for damages, planning, denial of aid are discussed. This is an important report which deserves reading by anyone who wishes to gain an understanding of the complexity…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 29

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 29

HIGH SCHOOL REACTIONS Campus protest, especially nonviolent protest, seems likely to continue in years to come if the reactions of Iowa City high school and junior high students are representataive of other students of this age group. Although no rallies or disruptions have taken place in Iowa City schools, students are aware not only of the…

1972-05-01 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Lone Picket Leaflets UI's Computer Center"" 1972-06-01 ""Coed Fined In Burning of Flag""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-01 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Lone Picket Leaflets UI's Computer Center"" 1972-06-01 ""Coed Fined In Burning of Flag""

P-C 6/1/72 Monday May 1, 1972 Lone Picket Leaflets UI's Computer Center A lone picket passing out leaflets in front of the University of Iowa Computer Center at Linn and Jefferson Streets typified the weekend's anti war protests. A "people's picnic" at College Hill Park Sunday afternoon attracted only about 20 people.…

1972-03-04 Des Moines Register Article: 'Speech Protest Brings Ban'

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-03-04 Des Moines Register Article: 'Speech Protest Brings Ban'

Des Moines, Iowa, Saturday Morning, March 4, 1972 - Two Sections DMR SPEECH PROTEST BRINGS BAN U OF I CALLS STUDENT UNIT AND SDS FRONT After Professor's Talk Is Blocked By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writter) IOWA CITY, IA. - The University of Iowa (U of I) group which sponsored a protest against a visiting Harvard professor in Iowa City…

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1970-2001

Students rally against racism, apathy at UI By Kathleen Brill The Daily Iowan Student leaders denounced apathy toward prejudicial attitudes based on race, sexual practices or religious beliefs Thursday on the Pentacrest at a rally that attracted about 80 people. Discriminatory attitudes contribute to racial violence on the UI campus, said Pepe…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 11/18/67 P. 2 (of 2) [Photo Caption] STUDENTS CARRYING several open letters, staged a sit-in in Gilmore Hall temporary A Tuesday afternoon for four hours to protest the presence of a CIA recruiter on campus. in their letters, the protesters said that the presence of the CIA officer her was a "mockery of academic…

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1970-2001

[Photo] MEXICAN-AMERICANS PROTEST--About 20 Mexican-American students peacefully picketed at the University of Iowa Thursday. The group called for "intensive recruitment" of Mexican-American students and faculty, and that the university should be come "sensitized" to their needs. (Press-Citizen Photo)

""Race Relations"" by Ernest Rodriguez Page 1

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Ernest Rodriguez' "Impressions," 1960s-1980s

""Race Relations"" by Ernest Rodriguez Page 1

RACE RELATIONS by Ernest Rodriguez You know we're hearing a lot of political rhetoric about law and order being the biggest domestic issue this year. Well, setting aside all personal political considerations and speaking in my role as a Human Relations Commissioner. I feel the need to speak out against these distortions of fact and reality.…

1965-10-25 Des Moines Register Clipping: ""U of I Raked For Allowing Student Protest"" Page 2

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Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

1965-10-25 Des Moines Register Clipping: ""U of I Raked For Allowing Student Protest"" Page 2

SHO Cleara Famous brand dressy and ca shoes from regular stock at great savings Andrew Geller De Liso Debs Amalfi Troylings Naturalizers Town & Country La Patti LEATHER HAN Values to $13 Name lines at Merle WO DOWNTOWN

1971-02-22 ICPC Article: ""30 Ptotest Military Recruiter"" DMR Article: ""Students Against Violence""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-22 ICPC Article: ""30 Ptotest Military Recruiter"" DMR Article: ""Students Against Violence""

P.C. Monday, February 22, 1971 30 Protest Military Recruiter About 30 antiwar protesters demonstrated outside a placement office on the University of Iowa campus this noon in the third recent protest over the appearance of a military recruiter on the campus. About 15 UI students, calling themselves Christians Affirming Life, began a sit-in about…

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 4

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Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 4

EDUCATIONAL RECORD Winter 1971 TABLE 2: Campus Protest in Four Year Institutions During 1969-1970 [column one header]Type of Incident [end] [column two header]Unweighted Sample Data (N= 196 Institutional)[Number of incidents, Percentage of Institutions Experiencing One or More Incidents] [end] [column 3 header]Weighted Population Estimates {N=…

1918-12-31 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 7

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, December 1918

1918-12-31 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 7

the thermometer in my mouth could worry about that. I took the powders she shovelled on my tongue without protest. And soon I was getting over my indisposition. Alongside of me was a fine dummy colonel, and the whole menagerie was interesting. So I got on very pleasantly. The only annoying thing is that I'm being delayed about reporting…

1971-01-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Invitations To U Of I Hearing""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-01-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Invitations To U Of I Hearing""

DMSI 1/10/71 INVITATIONS TO U OF I HEARING By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA. - Eleven persons charged with violating University of Iowa conduct rules stemming from a Dec. 9 demonstration at the U of I placement office have "subpoenaed" a number of university officials to appear at Wednesday's hearing into the…

1965-11-08 Howard R. Bowen to Mrs. Robert Acheson

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Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

1965-11-08 Howard R. Bowen to Mrs. Robert Acheson

November 1965 Dear Mrs. Acheson: Thank you for your letter of concern involving Stephen Smith's action of protest. I appreciate your expression of your convictions. Yours sincerely, Howard R. Bowen Mrs. Robert F. Acheson Ollie Iowa mfp

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1972-1988

[photo with hand drawn image] [image] I WILL RISE AGAIN IN THE SALVADORIAN PEOPLE MY BLOOD LIKE A SEED OF LIBERTY [photo] The Daily Iowan/Matt Stockman UI professor David Dunlap stands with his protest sign Monday bearing the likeness of slain Archbishop Oscar Romero. Dunlap was participating in a celebratory Pentacrest rally of the U.S. troops…

1971-01-07 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Two in Protest Case Petition for 'Speedy Trial'""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-01-07 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Two in Protest Case Petition for 'Speedy Trial'""

P. C. 1/7/71 -- Legal Defense Fund Meeting Tonight -- Two in Protest Case Petition for 'Speedy Trial' Two defendants in a trial of 210 protesters here have withdrawn their names from a writ of certiorari petition and have asked for a "speedy trial" in Police Court. The two, Rodney Stone and Thomas Gilloon, were among 109…

Governor's Day Demonstration

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Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

Governor's Day Demonstration

PEOPLE Keep on Truckin' GOVERNOR'S DAY DEMONSTRATION March to the Fieldhouse where Gov. Ray will be "reviewing the troops" 9:00 A.M. Saturday OLD CAPITOL Don't be afraid to let your opinion be known. Bring a friend or twenty or whatever. There is power in numbers! Protesting ROTC is a viable means to protest the war in…

1971-03-05 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Charges 'Contemplated' After Anti-ROTC Protest""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-05 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Charges 'Contemplated' After Anti-ROTC Protest""

P-C 3/5/71 Charges 'Contemplated' After Anti-ROTC Protest University of Iowa officials are contemplating charges against participants in a protest Thursday that developed into a brief shoving match between students and campus security officers. "I foresee charges being filed assuming the witnesses will stand up and the evidence…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

EL LABERINTO [photo to left] Chicano students from Froebel and Harrison H.S. protest at the Board of Ed. in downtown, Chicago. BIENVENIDOS CHICANO '73 IN IOWA CONFERENCE April 13 + 14 [photo] JOSE ANGEL CUTIERREZ Chiarman, La Raza Unida Party [photo] Angel Moreno La Raza Unida PARTY MAR. 73 vol. 2 #IV

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 1

Iowa Alumni Review June - July 1970 At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student [photo]

1981-07-22 "Anti-Feminists Protest 'Berkeley Women's Day'"

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Ladies Against Women, 1980-1983

1981-07-22 "Anti-Feminists Protest 'Berkeley Women's Day'"

This was our very first press release! Ladies Against Women 1600 Woolsey, Berkeley, CA 94703 For Release July 22, 81 ANTI-FEMINISTS PROTEST "BERKELEY WOMEN'S DAY" A contingent of Girls from Ladies Against Women, (L.A.W.), will endure the sordid ordeal of an appearance amidst the riff-raff of Berkeley Saturday July 25 at Depravo…

1970-05-05 Statement to Mayor Loren Hickerson

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Campus "Unrest" Demonstrations, 1970

1970-05-05 Statement to Mayor Loren Hickerson

Statement by Mayor Loren Hickerson Noon May 5, 1970 Mayor Loren Hikerson Noon, May 5, 1970 I hope this statement will speak for the overwhelming majority of Iowa City residents, of all ages, who reject violence against people and property as an expression of social protest. A series of incidents during the past week have reflected the willingness…

1972-04-28 ICPC Article: ""Anti-War Activities Set Friday"" 1972-04-21 DMR Article: ""U Of Iowa Protests"" & 1972-04-19 Article: ""U of I Students To Protest""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-04-28 ICPC Article: ""Anti-War Activities Set Friday"" 1972-04-21 DMR Article: ""U Of Iowa Protests"" & 1972-04-19 Article: ""U of I Students To Protest""

P-C Thursday, April 20, 1972 Anti-War Activities Set Friday A group of 60 University of Iowa students and Iowa City residents met Wednesday to form the Iowa City Anti-War Coalition, and declared Friday as a "Day of Disgust" over the escalation of the Vietnam War. The group scheduled a vigil and rally as part of the day's antiwar…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] Cedar Rapids Gazette 10/21/65 p. 3 (of 3) [Photo Caption] : Steve Smith, 20, a University of Iowa sophomore from Marion, is shown setting fire to what he said was his draft card Wednesday afternoon in protest against U.S. involvement in Vietnam. He used a cigarette lighter. The incident occurred in Iowa Memorial union during…

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 1

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Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 1

Reprinted from the Winter 1971 issue of the Educational Record, published by the American Council on Education, Washington, D.C. NEW EVIDENCE ON CAMPUS UNREST, 1969-70 Alexander W. Astin What caused campus protest this past academic year? What percentage of the demonstrations were directed against institutional policies, what percentage inspired…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[photo caption] TENTING TONIGHT! - Preparing to sit out a nine-day fast, these antiwar demonstraters, who declined to identify themselves, warm their hands at a lantern inside a tent pitched at the Girls Athletic Field south of the Union. Members of Student for a Democratic Society erected two tents Tuesday night as part of a camp-in to protest…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

-6- "UNREST AT THE FORT" On Saturday, February 4, 1978, a group of students left the University of Iowa for a monthly meeting to visit with los hermanos at the American Indian-Chicano Cultural Center, at the Fort Madison State Penitentiary. After the administrative sign-in and shake-down, which we are exposed to each month, we proceeded…

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1972-1988

Chicanos protest at dedication Allege UI discrimination By BILL ROEMERMAN Staff Writer Chicanos, protesting what they termed the "gross neglect" shown by the University of Iowa toward Chicano people, protested on the Pentacrest today, and made a brief appearance at the dedication ceremonies for the new Basic Science Building. The…

1965-10-21 Larry Alkire to Mr. M.L. Huit Page 4

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Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

1965-10-21 Larry Alkire to Mr. M.L. Huit Page 4

oct 22 1965 GENTLEMEN DO YOU SEE A REMARKABLE RESEMBLANCE BETWEEN THE ENCLOSED PICTURE & THE LATE LEE HARVEY OSWALD? Up In Smoke University of Iowa senior Steve Smith burns what he says is his draft card to protest against U.S. involvement in Vietnam. The incident took place Wednesday in Iowa City during "Soapbox Sound off," a…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] Wed; Nov. 3, 1965 Smith Gives His reasons For Burning Draft Card DES MOINES (AP) - A University of Iowa student said today one reason he burned his draft card was to help keep avenues of effective communication open to protest groups. Stephen Smith, 20, of Marion said he feels many ways of making their views heard are being closed…

1999-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Readers share more memories of UI riots"" Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1999-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Readers share more memories of UI riots"" Page 1

[[underlined]] Iowa City Press-Citizen [[/underlined]] May 8, 1999 [May 1970 protests] History Mystery Johnson County Historical Society Readers share more memories of UI riots Here in Johnson County in 1970, following a week of protests, UI students were given the option of leaving school on May 10 and accepting their grades as they stood; or…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 11/2/67 p. 9 (of 9) On the sidelines... -photos by Dave Luck and Jim Farrel [partial Photo Caption] Dean Boyd pleads with students to disperse [Photo Caption] more than 100 arrested is pulled a way as police bring a halt to the protest by Mort Walker [partial cartoon from previous page] [cartoon] BEETLE BAILEY I TOLD YOU,…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwrittten] "Radicalism at U. of I. Cools in Face of Expulsion" [photo] REGISTER PHOTO BY LARRY NEIBERGALL Where Some of the Action Was A crowd of 1,000 to 1,200 persoons jeered and threw coins Friday during performance of an anti-Vietnam war skit in front of Old Capitol at Iowa City. The presence of Marine recruiters on the…

1971-04-09 Article: 'Boyd Hits SDS, Ten UI Students For DIA Protest'

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Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1972

1971-04-09 Article: 'Boyd Hits SDS, Ten UI Students For DIA Protest'

Boyd Hits SDS, Ten UI Students For DIA Protest University of Iowa Pres. Williard L. Boyd Wednesday withdrew recognition of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) for one year, suspended one student and placed nine other persons on probation. The disciplinary action was taken against SDS and the individual students for involvment in the Dec. 9…

Article: ""Must Care Deeply, Noisily, Iowa Wife Tells Capital"" Page 1

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June Parker Goldman clippings, 1964-1980

Article: ""Must Care Deeply, Noisily, Iowa Wife Tells Capital"" Page 1

Must Care Deeply, Noisily, Iowa Wife Tells Capital Women --- Continued from Page One in which she worked in her father's bakery and was proud to be Irish Catholic. She told of reciting the Rosary with her eight children and of her need to keep up to date with their language. At present, she can say…

1972-05-19 Daily Iowan Article: ""Ruling on protest trials: 8 freed, 2 found guilty""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-19 Daily Iowan Article: ""Ruling on protest trials: 8 freed, 2 found guilty""

DI 5/19/72 1972 Ruling on protest trials: 8 freed, 2 found guilty When Larry R. Norby, 21, 905 East Burlington Street, walked out of Police Court Thursday, he had a boyish grin on his face. Norby had just been found not guilty of disorderly conduct charges stemming from last Friday night's clearing o the Pentacrest by Iowa Highway Patrol…

1950-05-20 Burlington Hawkeye Gazette Article: "Protest from Negroes"

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Dorothy Schramm newspaper clippings, 1949-1955 (folder 2 of 2)

1950-05-20 Burlington Hawkeye Gazette Article: "Protest from Negroes"

Protest from Negroes The Hawk-Eye Gazette: I read your article on the Negro in Burlington. You have been misinformed very, very badly. I have been in this city almost 3 years and I have seen nothing but discrimination since I've been here. Yes, I am a Negro. You speak of jobs. With the exception of slave jobs in your leading "slave…

1972-05-11 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Talk Replaces Demonstrations""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-11 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Talk Replaces Demonstrations""

P.C 5/11/72 Talk Replaces Demonstrations It was talk rather than demonstrations Wednesday night as authorities continued heavy patrol of downtown Iowa city. Although a small group, a dozen or so persons gathered on the steps of Old Capitol early in the evening, most were gone by 10:30 p,m. One of them commented "It just goes to show how…

1970-03-27 Daily Iowan Article: ""Boyd Suspends 2 in Protest Case""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-03-27 Daily Iowan Article: ""Boyd Suspends 2 in Protest Case""

Boyd Suspends 2 in Protest Case (DI) 3/27/70 Two University students have been suspended and three others placed on probation for their actions during a Placement Office protest Bec. 10, University Pres. Willard Boyd announced in a press release Thursday. Bruce Johnson, A3, Des Moines, and Joe Berry, A3, Iowa City, were suspended for a period…

1971-02-26 'Iowa Citians Protest in D.M.'

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United Campus Ministry papers, 1970-1972

1971-02-26 'Iowa Citians Protest in D.M.'

[photo] 55,000 Dead 300,000 Wounded my SON just ONE Just One... The mother of an American killed in the Indochina war adds her protest to those of several thousand workers, farmer and other citizens against the war during Monday's Des Moines visit by President Nixon. Photo by Diane Hypes Iowa Citians Protest in D.M. Iowa City had its share…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 8

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 8

Friday, May 15 -- About 1,000 copies of the Daily Iowan were burned on the steps of Old Capitol in protest to the fireing of Leona Durham by SPI board May 14. Saturday, May 16 -- Students traveled to Des Moines to lobby for support of amendment 609 by the State Democratic Convention. Sunday, May 17 -- Ecumenical Pentacost service was held by 21…

1971-02-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Two-Day DIA Protest Hearing Ends Here"" Page 2

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Two-Day DIA Protest Hearing Ends Here"" Page 2

P-C 2/6/71 " Two-Day DIA Protest Hearing Ends Here" p. 2 (of 2) DIA, listened with apparent interest to the closing arguments - which focused more on the war and the U.S. military than on the demonstration itself. After two days of sometimes disorderly - almost always noisy - proceedings the College of Law courtroom was still as…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[Handwritten] DI 11/18/67 p.1 (of 2) Students Picket CIA Interviewer By DAVE POLLEN Staff Writer Students scheduled for interviews with a Central Intelligence Agency recruiter Tuesday found that they weren't the only ones who were concerned about the CIA's recruiting plans. A group of about 30 students showed up at the interviews…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 10/31/67 Grad says freedom of expression can't block exercise of conscience To the Editor: The visit of the U.S. Marines - although it will not be the Armageddon in which our generation must face a hideous breed of social and political vermin... a cultural sub-species - will perhaps, be a moment of decision for some. As a…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 13

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 13

To anyone who wasn't there, our refusal to leave and our generally passive submission to arrest probably seem absurd. To those who think we should have left, my only reply is that I felt assured that we were acting entirely within the law (and that the charge of disorderly conduct is therefore absurd) and, more importantly, given the…

1970-12-10 Daily Iowan Photo: ""DIA Displaced"" Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-10 Daily Iowan Photo: ""DIA Displaced"" Page 1

" Students Protest DIA Visit in Placement Office Sit-In" DI Dec. 10, 1970 1(of 2) [photo] DIA Displaced A portion of a crowd that swelled to more than 100 relaxes near the door o f the university Placement Office Wednesday In a demonstration against a recruiter for the Defense Intelligence Agency. Watching from behind locked office…

1994-11-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""Academic freedom in heyday of radicalism""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1994-11-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""Academic freedom in heyday of radicalism""

DMR 11/11/94 Academic freedom in heyday of radicalism By Loren Keller Register Correspondent Iowa City, Ia. -- The last time David Grant was on the University of Iowa campus, he torched his draft card, took a lot of drugs and marched through the streets dressed as the Grim Reaper, turning over burning plastic dolls with a scythe. That was more…

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Carroll Steinbeck letters to his parents, April - September, 1945

Carroll Steinbeck to Alfred and Vira Steinbeck Page 3

to call it. Also the ump was from there company. They finally gave them the score. They scored again the last half of the twelfth giving them the game. We protested the game and they had a board meeting of the league. Here is the reason they gave for not winning the desision, we protested the game wrong, because we didn't tell the ump the rest…

ADL Catalog - Audio-Cisual Materials Page 10

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Civil rights and race relations materials, 1957-1964

ADL Catalog - Audio-Cisual Materials Page 10

"A Tale of Two Ladies"...A review of the history of Negro protest against racial discrimination. "The Newest New Negro"...The meaning and value of the newest forms of direct-action protest against segregation are discussed with Whitney Young, Director of the National Urban League. "Conformity and the Crutch"...The…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

EL LABERINTO is a publication of: The Chicano-Indian American Cultural Center The University of Iowa Contributors:* ANTONIO ZAVALA ELISA SANCHEZ HECTOR GAMBOA PAULA CAMPOS RICARDO ZAVALA ROBIN YOUNGBEAR RUSTY BARCELO STEVE ROCHA RESOURCES 1) Armstrong, Virginia Irving, I Have Spoken 2) Brown, Dee, Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee 3) Embreem Edwin R.,…

1950-05-20 Burlington Hawkeye Gazette Letters: "Protest from Negroes"; "Say Discrimination Sharp"

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Dorothy Schramm newspaper clippings, 1949-1955 (folder 1 of 2)

1950-05-20 Burlington Hawkeye Gazette Letters: "Protest from Negroes"; "Say Discrimination Sharp"

[[Italicized Header]] Protest from Negroes [[End italics]] [[Article Text]] The Hawk-Eye Gazette: I read your article on the Negro in Burlington. you have been misinformed very, very badly. I have been in this city almost 3 years and I have seen nothing but discrimination since I've been here. Yes, I am a Negro. You speak of jobs. With the…

1973-01-20 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""Last Demonstration?""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1973-01-20 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""Last Demonstration?""

P-C 1/20/73 LAST DEMONSTRATION? - A handful of protestors gathered in the Main Lounge of the Memorial Union Friday afternoon for an "anti-imperialism rally" to demonstrate their opposition to the Vietnam War and American policies. Theme of the rally was "The Last Antiwar Demonstration?" Protest activities, scheduled to coincide…

Tangen Tribune Christmas Greetings Page 1

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May Tangen Christmas Letters, 1961-1974

Tangen Tribune Christmas Greetings Page 1

TANGEN TRIBUNE GREETINGS TO YOU this second day of Christmas 1971-1973 TO CELEBRATE ADVENT in 1971 I borrowed Miss Spell's "Apples of Gold" to read as devotions in the light of the purple Advent candles the O'Conners bought for me. An anthology, the book had readings on the Fruits of the Spirit as outlined by Paul in Galatians…

1982-10-25 Daily Iowan Article: "Women protest male violence with park rally" Page 1

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Take Back the Night newspaper editorials and articles, 1982

1982-10-25 Daily Iowan Article: "Women protest male violence with park rally" Page 1

25OCT82 - DI Women protest male violence with park rally By Tim Severa News Editor About 250 women rallied at College Green Park Saturday night, turning away men and press representatives in an attempt to create a "safe space" to discuss their views on violence against women. Tess Catalano, organizer for " Women take back the…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 10/17/67 Week Of Protest On War In Vietnam Begins [Photo Caption] AFTER TURNING in their draft cards Monday, Ed Hoffmans (left), a University of Northern Iowa instructor, Fred Barnett, a technician from Iowa City; and Steve Morris, an Air Force veteran from Iowa City, leave the office of U.S. Marshall C. H. Meek in Cedar Rapids.…

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 5

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Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

New Evidence on Campus Unrest, 1969-70 Page 5

NEW EVIDENCE OF CAMPUS UNREST, 1969-70 Astin and universities are quite similar, as are the patterns involving percentage of Ph.D's on faculty and selectivity. These two sets of variables reflect the two principal attributes of institutional prestige or status: size and academic quality 6. In other words, noninstitutionally directed protests,…

1970-12-09 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Court Dissolves Injunction"" Page 2

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-09 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Court Dissolves Injunction"" Page 2

" Court Dissolves Injunction" P-C 2 (of 2) Dec. 9 , 1970 Wednesday, December 9,1970 Court From Page 1A turbance this afternoon," Honohan told Vietor that " we see no compelling reason to continue the injunction at this time. I am also authorized to say the University of Iowa concurs without our recommendation." In an…

1972-05-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters block I-80"" Page 1

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters block I-80"" Page 1

DI 1 (of 4) ily Iowan Friday May 12, 1972 Iowa City, Iowa 52240 Still one thin dime Eerie The atmosphere was bizarre. Thursday night as a band of anti war demonstrators blocked interstate 80 for a short time at 10:30. A searchlight helicopter, flares, uniformed men and elusive protestors created a puzzling scene for passing motorists. Photo by…

1970-02-06 Daily Iowan Article: ""Charge Dropped Against 1 Student In Pritest Case""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-02-06 Daily Iowan Article: ""Charge Dropped Against 1 Student In Pritest Case""

"Charge Dropped Against 1 Student In Protest Case" by Karen Good DI Feb. 6, 1970 After 5-1/2 chaotic hours Thursday, the two-day Placement Office protest hearing was concluded with the dropping of charges against one of six students facing possible University suspension or dismissal. Charges against Randy Miller, G, Cedar Rapids,…

1965-10-30 Article: 'Local SDS Supports ROTC Blood Drive' Page 1

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Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1972

1965-10-30 Article: 'Local SDS Supports ROTC Blood Drive' Page 1

Local SDS Supports ROTC Blood Drive 10/30/65 A resolution supporting blood drives for victims of the Viet Nam war was passed Friday night by the University chapter of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). The resolution said, "Although we oppose the war in Viet Nam, the University SDS chapter goes on record as supporting all…

The Ethical Tendency of the English Novel by Helen M. Harney, 1897, Page 23

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The Ethical Tendency of the English Novel by Helen M. Harney, 1897

The Ethical Tendency of the English Novel by Helen M. Harney, 1897, Page 23

takes most men and women into a world so new to them that it has all the delight of a discovery and it is accepted as a protest against prevalent English and American Puritanism. The history of the deep and touching experience of Philip Christian in "The Manxman" translates with compelling power the baleful word Fate into the blessed word…

1971-02-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters Raid ROTC; One Arrest"" Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters Raid ROTC; One Arrest"" Page 1

DI 2/12/71 (1 of 4) The Daily Serving the University of Iowa and Established in 1868 Iowa City, Iowa 52240--Friday, February Protesters Raid RO[see next page] By LYNNE JOSLIN Daily Iowan Reporter [photo] Iowa City detective Ron Evans inspects a damaged door at the Armed Forces Recruiting Center, 221 S. Linn. A winding sometimes destructive…

1970-05-13 Des Moines Register Article: "Back Study of Kent Deaths" Back

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Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

1970-05-13 Des Moines Register Article: "Back Study of Kent Deaths" Back

Says Nixon In Control Of Events By Richard Wilson (The Register's Washington Correspondent) WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The protesters have come and gone, rhetoric has cooled and President Nixon is preparing to announce that the Cambodian operation is a success. This announcement will be based on the volume of arms and supplies captured and the hope…

Petition to re-route Highway 61 Page 4

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Highway 61 correspondence and documents, 1968-1974

Petition to re-route Highway 61 Page 4

We, the undersigned, are formally protesting the relocation of US Highway 61, through the City of Fort Madison, iowa. As concerned citizens of the area, residents of the City of Fort Madison, and regular users of the Highway, we feel that the logical relocation route would be a By-Pass to the north of the City. For this reason and those stated on…

Reagan For Shah Committee "I'd Rather Be Ironing"

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Ladies Against Women, 1980-1983

Reagan For Shah Committee "I'd Rather Be Ironing"

"I's Rather Be Ironing" Ladies Against Women © 89, 81, 92, 93 Plutonium Players Welcome to Ladies Against Women! This Consciousness Lowering Kit is a compilation of some of the best slogans,, speeches, leaflets, and concepts of the original theater pieces created by the Plutonium Players, and by some of the over thirty L.A.W.…

"I'd Rather Be Ironing"

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Ladies Against Women, 1980-1983

"I'd Rather Be Ironing"

[this is a duplicate of another document in this collection] "I'd Rather Be Ironing" Ladies Against Women ©80,81, 82, 83 Plutonium Players Welcome to Ladies Against Women! This Consciousness Lowering Kit is a compilation of some of the best slogans, speeches, leaflets, and concepts of the original theater pieces created by the…

Women's Home Companion Article: "How Minneapolis Beat The Bigots" Page 2

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Dorothy Schramm newspaper clippings, 1949-1955 (folder 1 of 2)

Women's Home Companion Article: "How Minneapolis Beat The Bigots" Page 2

[[Header in bold]] HOW MINNEAPOLIS [[End header and bold]] [[Box in center of photo text]] [[italics]]Violence like this is hard to control. But prejudice--its forerunner--can be wiped out in your town today if you follow the practical plan that worked in Minneapolis. [[Caption under photo]] It took armed men of the national guard to calm the angry…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Snide, issue 1, May 1940

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The Rocket You may say what you choose about tight-fitting shoes And sharp cockle-burrs in the pocket; But for sheer lack of comfort you must give its dues To the torture-machine called a rocket. If persistent and clear there's a noise in your ear, Til you'd much rather get out and walk it, That is only the jet-motor, back in the rear…

1972-05-10 Iow City Press-Citizen Article: ""22 Arrested In Protest Overnight""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-10 Iow City Press-Citizen Article: ""22 Arrested In Protest Overnight""

P-C May 10, 1972 22 Arrested In Protest Overnight Twenty-two persons were arrested during Tuesday night's disturbances in Iowa City. Mark D. Peters, 20, North Libertty, was arrested for arson. Peters was arrested about 12:15 a.m. today when protesters set fire to a camper which was pushed off a truck at the intersection of Burlington Street…

1971-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Aboard the Draft Bus--Reporter Has Role Reversed"" Page 1

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Aboard the Draft Bus--Reporter Has Role Reversed"" Page 1

P-C 5/8/71 p.1 (of 2) Aboard the Draft Bus - Reporter Has Role Reversed Editor's Note - Press-Citizen reporter Mark F. Rohner has covered a number of draft protest and antiwar activities here during the past few months, including the blockings of draft buses at the Post Office. On Wednesday, he found himself on the other side of the…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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ISL NEWSLETTER no.21 March 13, 1967 Publication of the Iowa Socialist League P.O. Box 55, Iowa City, Iowa Volume III LET US ESCALATE! Prof. Barnett's decision to submit "F" grades for all of his fall semester students is part of his continuing protest against America's genocidal war in Vietnam and the University's …

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DMSR 1/22/67 P. 2 (of 2) Protesters Called 'Ignorant Kids' PROTESTERS--- Continued from Page One try to stop him from talking to people." It should be noted that university officials are always concerned that the taxpayers are going to think these are typical students. No Typical Student Well, at a university…

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Hevelin Fanzines

The Science Fiction Fan, v. 4, issue 5, whole no. 41, December 1939

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18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FAN AND They CALL Them SAVAGE by Walt Daugherty <image of Native American chief beating a drum with tipi in background> W.J.D I'll never forget that day as long as I live. I was fresh from Yale and a bit of tenderfoot must have showed all over me as Dad took me down into the old Indian…

""Minority Coalition"" Page 4

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Ernest Rodriguez' "Impressions," 1960s-1980s

""Minority Coalition"" Page 4

within our society who represent the interests of a very few of our close to 200 million population. So when ever you have any doubts as to wether you sould make your concern for the welfare of minority people and the health of society in general by taking part in a demonstration, protest march or rapping session with the City Fathers or others…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

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-August 1935- The August meeting was held Aug. 27 at the congregational church. Mrs. Keaney lead in the devotions. She read the story of Nehemiah. Driven into Persia, he heard about his old house and wanted to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. He was allowed to for awhile. Then the king commanded the work to stop. He had to go away. Stayed…

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1970-2001

Chicano Students Protest Some 20 University of Iowa Mexican-American students have protested what they termed "the gross neglect" of the university toward their ethnic group. Their protests came during two peaceful pickets on the campus Thursday. The group said there should be an "intensive recruitment" of Mexican-American…

1970-02-11 Flyer announcing protests Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-02-11 Flyer announcing protests Page 1

[n/d/ (1965-1970)] Until Americans stop killing and being killed in Vietnam join with us in a silent vigil every Wednesday noon to express our sorrow & our protest. SUGGESTIONS FOR PARTICIPANTS Concerning the vigil itself: 1. Feel free to come when you can, and to leave when you must. 2. Stand quietly. 3. Engage in quiet meditation. 4. Avoid…

1970-12-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""UI Officials Ponder Sit-In, Weigh Disciplinary Action""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""UI Officials Ponder Sit-In, Weigh Disciplinary Action""

[photo] But Recruiter Didn't Come University of Iowa students stage a sit-in to block the appearance of a recruiter from the federal Defense Intelligence Agency. The protest developed Wednesday and prevented recruiter Robert Kravetz from holding interviews with seven students as scheduled. Some 200 students jammed the hall outside the…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] [n.d. (1965-1970)] Until Americans stop killing and being killed in Vietnam join with us in a silent vigil every Wednesday noon to express our sorrow & our protest. SUGGESTION FOR PARTICIPANTS Concerning the vigil itself: 1. Feel free to come when you can, and leave when you want. 2. Stand quietly 3. Engage in quiet…

1970-06-03 Report: ""Campus Tensions -- A Report on Iowa and Elsewhere"" Page 7

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06-03 Report: ""Campus Tensions -- A Report on Iowa and Elsewhere"" Page 7

7 - The national sample listed or ranked the top ten issues over whcih students protest. Ranking No. 1 with 30% of the respondents was Vietnam, followed in order by dormitory regulations, civil rights issues, lack of student participation in campus policy-making, food service, controversy over a faculty member, disarmament, student administration…

1965-10-27 Cedar Rapids Gazette Article: ""Campus Ferment""

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Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

1965-10-27 Cedar Rapids Gazette Article: ""Campus Ferment""

CEDAR RAPIDS GAZETTE, October 27, 1065 Campus Ferment IN WHAT strikes us as a harmful and unrealistic approach to dealing with campus demonstrations against U.S. military policy, a former state representative has urged the University of Iowa administration to ban them outright. "I sincerely hope," said Chester Hougen of Cedar Falls in…

1970-12-26 Iowa City Press-Citizen Editorial: Reader Comments -- About DIA Protest""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-26 Iowa City Press-Citizen Editorial: Reader Comments -- About DIA Protest""

P-C 12/26/70 Reader Comments — — About DIA Protest To the Editor: On Dec. 9, 150 students and nonstudents took part in a sit-in outside the University of Iowa Placement Office. The incident was covered by the area media; yet as usual, little was stated by the media about what the group was protesting against. The prpose of the sit-in was to…

1970-04-15 Vietnam Moratorium Flyer - Back

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Student handouts ca. 1970

1970-04-15 Vietnam Moratorium Flyer - Back

—SUPPORT THE MORATORIUM— Dear Mr. President: We are dismayed at the way our Federal tax dollars are being spent! We pay willingly for programs promoting peace, human dignity, and an improved quality of life for all, at home and abroad. But we protest the squandering of our resources for war and armaments. We say YES to: 1. Adequate income,…

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1972-1988

C.R. Gazette 4/27/73 Chicano Students Protest 'Neglect; IOWA CITY (AP) -- Some 20 University of Iowa Mexican-American students have protested what they termed "the gross neglect" of the university toward their ethnic group. Their protests came during two peaceful pickets on the campus Thursday. The group said there should be an…

1970-05-09 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Guard Called; Building Burns"" Page 6

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-09 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Guard Called; Building Burns"" Page 6

P-C May 9, 1970 6 (of 7) [2 photos] TWO ARRESTED IN HASSLE—A hassle in front of the Iowa City Civic Center about 5 p.m. Friday night resulted in the arrest of two student demonstrators, Bruce Clark of Iowa City and Norman Fischer of West Pittston, Pa. A group of students had come to the building from the Pentacrest to protest the arrest of four…

1971-09-16 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""First Rally""

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-09-16 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""First Rally""

9/16/71 Photograph of approximately 8 people sitting in a group on Old Capitol steps, one person sitting alone at opposite end of steps. Sign on column reads: Support Attica Prison Rebellion Condemn Racist Killing of the People with caption under photograph: FIRST RALLY - The first rally of the 1971-72 school year at the University of Iowa,…

2011-10-20 Daily Iowan Article: ""IC no stranger to protests"" Page 2

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Student protests, May-December 1971

2011-10-20 Daily Iowan Article: ""IC no stranger to protests"" Page 2

PROTESTS CONTINUED FROM 1A an institution for people to exchange ideas. "My job was to keep the school open for people who wants to protect and protest and protest peacefully," Boyd said, "Closing the university was not an option." Boyd recalled one particular demonstration when protestors were throwing bricks behind…

1971-02-05 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Defendant Accuses Stuit Of Violating UI's Rules""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-05 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Defendant Accuses Stuit Of Violating UI's Rules""

Defendant Accuses Stuit Of Violating UI's Rules P-C 2/5/71 A University of Iowa dean found himself accused by UI students of violating the school's rules of conduct as he testified this morning about a disturbance at his office Dec. 9. Liberal Arts College Dean Dewey B. Stuit was a witness in a hearing on a Dec. 9 protest against a…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 9

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 9

OPINIONS From the Right ..... by Mike Finley A City High student voices a patriotic plea one might expect from the other side of the generation gap. Take Another Look ..... A concerned student asks the public to re-evaluate the reasons for campus unrest. Over Reaction ..... by Terry Fruehling Authoritarians feel they have nothing to lose in…

1973-01-22 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""Vigil For Peace""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1973-01-22 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""Vigil For Peace""

48- Iowa City Press Citizen, Monday, January 22, 1973 VIGIL FOR PEACE - About 100 antiwar demonstrators took part in a 'Vigil for Peace' around the Iowa City Post Office Saturday morning. The vigil, sponsored by the Iowa Student Public Interest Research Group (ISPRIG), was among protest activities held across the country Saturday to…

1972-06-08 Des Moines Register Article: 'Suspended In Lecture Row'

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-06-08 Des Moines Register Article: 'Suspended In Lecture Row'

By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA. - A University of Iowa sophomore from Illinois and the local chapter of students for a Democratic Society (SDS) have been suspended by the university for their activities leading up to a canceled lecture by a controversial Harvard University professor last winter. U of I President Willard Boyd…

1970-12-23 Des Moines Register Article: ""U of I Coed Is Acquitted""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-23 Des Moines Register Article: ""U of I Coed Is Acquitted""

DMR 12/23/70 U OF I COED IS ACQUITTED By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA.—A 19-year-old University of Iowa coed has been acquitted of charges of disorderly conduct in connection with a May 5 anti-war demosntration here. Karyl Weaver, a sophomore from Jefferson, was found innocent by Police Court Judge Joseph Thornton. Miss…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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The Daily Iowan OBSERVATIONS AND COMMENT PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1967 IOWA CITY , IOWA Riley's actions unfortunate This page has been filled for the past few days with criticisms, compliments and suggestions concerning the antiwar demonstration held at the Union on Wednesday. A few more of each are in order. It was indeed…

1972-03-14 Daily Iowan Article: 'AAUP passes resolution asking speaker protection'

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-03-14 Daily Iowan Article: 'AAUP passes resolution asking speaker protection'

As a result of the Herrnstein incident, a resolution calling on "university officers to take active steps to guarantee an undisturbed expression of views by any scheduled speaker" was unanimously passed by members of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) last night. The resolution, which was proposed by Assoc. Prof.…

1971-01-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Innocent Verdicts Directed for 19 In Protest Case""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-01-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Innocent Verdicts Directed for 19 In Protest Case""

PC 1/9/71 Innocent Verdicts Directed for 19 In Protest Case By Mark F. Rohner Of the Press-Citizen Police Judge Joseph Thornton this morning directed not guilty verdicts for 19 of 210 protesters who were awaiting trial here on disorderly conduct charges. Thornton sustained a motion for the directed verdicts filed by four lawyers representing…

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Highway 61 correspondence and documents, 1968-1974

Petition to re-route Highway 61 Page 3

We, the undersigned, are formally protesting the relocation of US Highway 61, through the City of Fort Madison, Iowa. As concerned citizens of the area, residents of the City of Fort Madison, and regular users of the Highway, we feel that the logical relocation route would be a By-Pass to the north of the City. For this reason and those stated on…

1971-05-11 D.M. Register  Articles ""Student-Worker Alliance Fails; Boyd Snubs Protest"" ""Protesters Mull Plans For Summer Action at U of I""

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-11 D.M. Register Articles ""Student-Worker Alliance Fails; Boyd Snubs Protest"" ""Protesters Mull Plans For Summer Action at U of I""

DMR 5/11/71 Student- Worker A'lliance sails: Boyd Snubs Protest By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA. - A small band of leftist University of Iowa students- dreaming of building a "student-worker alliance"- failed to gain the support of the students and the workers here…

1972-02-26 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: 'Herrstein Sidesteps Confrontation, Cancels Talk' Page 1

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-02-26 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: 'Herrstein Sidesteps Confrontation, Cancels Talk' Page 1

-National SDS Leaders Claim 'Victory'- Herrnstein Sidesteps Confrontation, Cancels Talk By WILLIAM G. HLADKY Of the Press-Citizen What was scheduled early last fall as a routine academic lecture by a visiting professor ended Friday afternoon as an unofficial national Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) rally and cancellation of…

1972-05-12 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""I-80 Target of Organized Protesters"" Page 1

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-12 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""I-80 Target of Organized Protesters"" Page 1

P.C May 12, 1972 I-80 Target Of Organized Protesters By Mark F. Rohner Of the Press-Citizen Tear gas broke up a "blockade for peace" across Interstate 80 here Thursday night after a well-organized group of protesters led antiwar marchers through wide areas of the city. Trekking through a rugged wooded area at the north edge of the city,…

1971-02-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Strike Call Not Heeded By Students""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Strike Call Not Heeded By Students""

P-C 2/10/71 Strike Call Not Heeded By Students The call for a University of Iowa class boycott today to protest the invasion of Laos apparently went largely unheard. Spot checks on schools and colleges within the university brought no reports of noticeable decrease in class attendance. Varying numbers of students estimated at up to 1,500…

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Student protest at Iowa, Spring 1969

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In the second demonstration, on December 5, a group of approximately 100 students gathered on the East Patio of the Union at a rally to protest the presence of Dow Chemical Corp. interviewers in the Placement Office. Some of the students at the rally entered the Union with the apparent intention of confronting the Dow interviewers, but were pushed…

1969-05-07 Student Demonstration, University of Iowa - Information Concerning Dash Stag Page 9

Social Justice

Des Moines Register FBI Freedom of Information Act - University of Iowa, May-June 1969

1969-05-07 Student Demonstration, University of Iowa - Information Concerning Dash Stag Page 9

10-20 Youth Invade Office at Iowa U. Iowa City, Ia. (UPI) - Ten to 20 youths Thursday broke into the office of University of Iowa President Howard Bowen, committed acts of vandalism and then fled. Bowen was in Council Bluffs at the time for the meeting of the Board of Regents and his staff was not in the office. University officials said the…

""United Farm Workers Union"" by Ernest Rodriguez Page 3

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Ernest Rodriguez' "Impressions," 1960s-1980s

""United Farm Workers Union"" by Ernest Rodriguez Page 3

-3- This then is the reason for an appeal for greater public support of the grape boycott together with letters of protest to our Congressmen and the Department of the Army for the letter's indecorous surreptitious maneuvering in the civil affairs of labor management relations. So it is we find the American Public supporting one party to a…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 11/3/67 Demonstrators To Protest UI Complicity - In Blood [handwritten] 11/3/67 By MIKE FINN and ROY PETTY Blood will flow at the University today - but, if antiwar demonstrators' plans go according to schedule, it won't be the result of violence. At a rally held in the Union Gold Feather Lobby Thursday night,…

1971-01-26 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Mass Trial Scheduling Undecided""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-01-26 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Mass Trial Scheduling Undecided""

P.C. 1/26/71 Mass Trial Scheduling Undecided No decision has yet been made on whether a mass trial of 191 protestors will be rescheduled, City Atty. Jay Honohan said today. A series of legal maneuvers stalled the trial earlier this month until District Court Judge Ansel Chapman set aside a stay order delaying the trial Jan. 12. Since then, Honohan…

1971-06-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Quiet Move On U Of I Protests"" ICPC Article: ""Driver Convicted""

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-06-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Quiet Move On U Of I Protests"" ICPC Article: ""Driver Convicted""

DMR 6/10/71 QUIET MOVE ON U OF I PROTESTS By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA.—The University of Iowa is quietly taking disciplinary action against U of I students who participated in disruptive protests during the last school year. The university's actions came to light Wednesday when an unpublicized hearing before former…

1965-10-16 Chester Hougen to President Howard R. Bowen Page 2

Social Justice

Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

1965-10-16 Chester Hougen to President Howard R. Bowen Page 2

page-2- carefully scrutinize the students participating in such demonstrations, and will place any from their districts at the top of their draft lists with no consideration for educational exemptions. I am sure that the mothers and fathers of our boys in Viet Nam will endorse such a policy. Thirdly, it is also hoped that our state administrators…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Pogorus, v. 1, issue 1, 1942

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HARRIGAN HITCHES A RIDE by WES STEEDMAN Milligan blew higher than a kite. For a moment I thought he was going to toss me out of his office on my ear. "What!" he roared. "Give you clearance papers for Venus in that glorified sardine can that you call a space ship? I like your nerve, Harrigan!" Milligan, besides being…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Satellite, v. 1, issue 1, October 1938

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THE SATELLITE OFFICIAL ORGAN of the LIVERPOOL SFA President: L.J. Johnson Hon, Sec: J. Allison Free Jnr. Vice-Pres: N. Weedall Hon. Treas: H.0. Dicklnson. Hon. Librarian: F.D. Wilson Editorial At the last Liverpool SFA is started on its (we hope) triumphant way. The Secretary's notes are given on page 12, from which a good idea…

1972-04-14 Article: 'Judge Nulling Iowa City Case' Page 1

Social Justice

Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1972

1972-04-14 Article: 'Judge Nulling Iowa City Case' Page 1

Judge Mulling Iowa City Case By a Staff Writer IOWA CITY, IA. - Former Iowa Supreme Court Justice Theodore Garfield has taken under advisement the case of two former University of Iowa student groups facing university disciplinary action. The university has charged that the Worker-Student Alliance (WSA) is a front group for the old Students for a…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 46

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 46

42 in the street, grazing several as he sped from the scene. During the arrest of the 215 from the old Capitol steps, a friend of mine stood on the fringes watching her boyfriend who had joined the demonstrators in their vigil. As he was led away by the police, she held herself in rigid control, but her hand trembled as she grasped the arm of a…

1971-05-06 Des Moines Register Articles: ""Window-Smashing Spree In Iowa City War Protest"" ""No Action By Nearby Police""

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-06 Des Moines Register Articles: ""Window-Smashing Spree In Iowa City War Protest"" ""No Action By Nearby Police""

DMR 5/6/71 Window-Smashing Spree In Iowa City War Protest By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA - Antiwar demonstrators smashed windows in several business buildings in the downtown area here Wednesday night after they were angered by a man who drove a pickup truck through a crowd of the demonstrators, reportedly striking three…

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Vanguard Boojum #1 page three (... continued) Bright Sayings: K.M.R.I.A, like Myles Crawford says. ...Free Cigars: I wonder just how many of our politicos will catch that buried catcall, and whether B. Goldenberg would have called it Churchillism? As for those last two lines, Curfew considers them libelous. ... PS: Incompetent? Surely…

1970-12-31 Des Moines Register Article: ""Add 2 to U of I Sit-in Charges""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-31 Des Moines Register Article: ""Add 2 to U of I Sit-in Charges""

Des Moines Register Thurs., Dec. 31, 1970 Page 5 Add 2 to U of I Sit-in Charges By a Staff Writer IOWA CITY, IA.—University of Iowa officials have added another person to the group of students and former students charged with violating university and Board of Regents conduct regulations during a "sit-in" demonstration on the campus Dec.…

Memo from John W. Lemmon Page 6a

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Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

Memo from John W. Lemmon Page 6a

Communists Played Leading Roles In the Recent Viet Nam Protests By FULTON LEWIS JR. Confidential government reports disclose that hard-core members of the Communist conspiracy played leading roles in the recent weekend protests against American policy in South Viet Nam. The demonstrations were the handi-work of the Viet Nam Day Committee, a…

1918-08-13 Mrs. Frank Cook to Mrs. Whitley Page 1

World War I Diaries and Letters

Correspondence of state women's organizations part 2, 1917-1919

1918-08-13 Mrs. Frank Cook to Mrs. Whitley Page 1

Marengo, Ia- 8-13.18. My dear Mrs. Whitley, I am just a Co. Ch'man of W. C. C. D., but wish to protest against the increasing burden of the expense of my office. I believe that my expense the past year has been about $100 which does not include tires and gasolene. I believe it is safe to conclude that no Co. Chman in Iowa has spent much…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

EL LABERINTO A Publication of the Chicano/Indian American Cultural Center, The University of Iowa Vol. XI, No. 1 February 1984 DYING FOR THE RED, WHITE, AND RICH Randy Vasque's death, a Chicano Marine who was killed in Lebanon (along wit 200-plus of his comrades), received national news coverage October 26, when his brother read part of a…

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Chicano/Latino Native American Cultural Center 25th anniversary celebration, December 14, 1996

Through experiences at the cultural center we witnessed first hand the important role student voices play toward insuring that campuses and more diverse. I also believe that my experiences here as a student were pivotal in the decision I later made with regard to how I serve students and my community today. i say this to you now so you might…

1971-05-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Anti-War Rally Erupts Into Free-for-All Here"" Page 3

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Anti-War Rally Erupts Into Free-for-All Here"" Page 3

Press-Citizen May 6, 1981 3 (of 4) University of Iowa President William L Boyd released the following prepared statements: "Last night's unlawful activities cannot be related in any way to the cause of peace. While newsmen and other witnesses have indicated that a relatively small number of current students seemed to be actively…

1972-05-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Intersection Is Blocked By Iowa City Protesters""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Intersection Is Blocked By Iowa City Protesters""

Intersection Is Blocked By Iowa City Protesters Antiwar protesters staged concerned but generally peaceful demonstrations on several Iowa campuses Tuesday to express their opposition to President Nixon's order to mine North Vietnamese harbors. The largest protest of the day was staged Tuesday night in Iowa City, home of the University of…

1971-03-23 Iowa City Press-Citizen: ""Sies 'Innocent' as Court Completes Protest Cases""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-23 Iowa City Press-Citizen: ""Sies 'Innocent' as Court Completes Protest Cases""

P-C 3/23/71 Sies 'Innocent as Court Completes Protest Cases Jerry Sies, 29, a well-known local radical, was found innocent of disorderly conduct charges Monday afternoon as Police Judge Joseph Thornton wrapped up the trials of 39 persons charged in connection with a May 5 disturbance here. In handing down Sies' acquittal, Thornton told…

1972-05-10 Daily Iowan Article: ""3,000 protest in streets""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-10 Daily Iowan Article: ""3,000 protest in streets""

3,000 protests in streets - A slogan-chanting crowd of anti-war demonstrators blocked intersections and marched peacefully through Iowa City for nearly four hours Tuesday night. But the protest ended with some violence which began after that majority of the demonstrators had dispersed. The mostly-student crowd, which grew to nearly 3,000 persons,…

1971-01-09 Des Moines Register Article: ""Clear 19 In U Of I Protest""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-01-09 Des Moines Register Article: ""Clear 19 In U Of I Protest""

DMR 1/9/71 DMR 1/9/71 CLEAR 19 IN U OF I PROTEST By Laarry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA. -- Police Court Judge Joseph Thornton Friday dismissed charges of disorderly conduct against 19 persons who were among the 210 arrested May 8 at the University of Iowa during peaceful antiwar demonstrations. In his written ruling,…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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24 - Iowa City Press-Citizen - Thurs, Oct. 21, 1963 UI Student Burns Draft Card In Protest of Viet Nam Policy Film cameras whirred and flashbulbs popped Wednesday afternoon when University of Iowa sophomore Steve Smith burned what he said was his draft card before an alerted audience of about 100 students at the Memorial Union. The FBI, although…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] 1/5/66 Steve Smith Quits School, Plans on Volunteer Work By BOB BUCK Staff Writer Steve Smith has left the University. The 21-protest leader from Marion says he has decided to devote his time to problems that he thinks the campus curriculum doesn't really deal with. Smith, who burned what he said was his draft card at a…

1970-06-03 Report: ""Campus Tensions -- A Report on Iowa and Elsewhere"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06-03 Report: ""Campus Tensions -- A Report on Iowa and Elsewhere"" Page 2

2 - INTRODUCTION During 1968-69, an estimated 145 or 6.2% of the nation's 2,300 colleges and universities experienced incidents of violent protest; an additional estimated 379, or 16.2% experienced non-violent but disruptive protest. There were, according to this count, 524 institutions which experienced disruptive incidents. Following the…

1970-12-19 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Hearing Set For Marion In Dow Case""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-19 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Hearing Set For Marion In Dow Case""

P-C 12/19/70 Hearing Set For Marion In Dow Case More than three years after a student demonstration here against Dow Chemical Co., a protester who was indicted in connection with the disturbance has obtained a hearing date on his move to set aside the indictment. He is Albert G. Marion, about 33 and a former University of Iowa graduate student,…

1970-12-10 Daily Iowan Photo: ""DIA Displaced"" Page 2

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-10 Daily Iowan Photo: ""DIA Displaced"" Page 2

Di Dec. 10, 1970 2( of 2) Students Protest DIA Visit In Placement Office Sit-IN By JUDY SCHULTZ Daily Iowan Reporter About 100 students staged a two-hour sit-in outside the University of Iowa Placement Office in the Union Wednesday afternoon to protest the presence of a recruiter from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). The demonstrators left…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Clara Steen Skott diary, 1942-1946

July 14

July 14 1942 Did the washing. Bees swarmed & K got them into empty hive, as Franks was working. To library board meeting at library; Buehler, Ray, [Utter?], Neumann. Daniels. Doris B, gave me delphiniums & white cal. 1943. Ironed and baked bread & fresh apple & pumpkin pies. Shopped in Middleton—last time to drive '41 car.…

May 1970 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article:  ""Protesters Here Smash Windows, Youth Arrested""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

May 1970 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Protesters Here Smash Windows, Youth Arrested""

Protesters Here Smash Windows, Youth Arrested By Fred E. Karnes Of the Press-Citizen The local war on the war in Southeast Asia escalated markedly Thursday night as protesters smashed windows and set off dormitory fire alarms. Targets also included the University of Iowa Recreation Building, an Army ROTC office at the Fieldhouse, the Iowa City Post…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] 12/7/67 p.2 (of 3) Bowen Explains Policy On Placement, Protest [handwritten] 12/7/67 Pres. Howard R. Bowen made the following statement Wednesday in regard to Tuesday's Dow protest: "Beginning last year when the first efforts were made to disrupt our placement services, the University has steadfastly pursued the policy…

1917-06-12 Page 2

World War I Diaries and Letters

Francis McDermott correspondence, June 1917

1917-06-12 Page 2

guess I will aske Mary Ann down to stay Sunday night and Sat [Florence?] Johnson is happy I met she and [Julius?] together last night. I hope they won't have to part again. I heard that the [illegible] made a protest against any more of there men being taken for Government work if so he will not have to go. Irene and John are in the front…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DMSR Dec. 10 , 1967 p.2 (of 5) Followed a 'Text' In Iowa Riot By James Flansburg (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA- Last week's guerrilla-type demonstration at the University of Iowa was almost a carbon copy of riot tactics recommended in a new newspaper being published here. " They played it right down…

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Editorials: ""Pleas for legitimate protests"" Page 4

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Editorials: ""Pleas for legitimate protests"" Page 4

Write To the Editor: I ask those of you who oppose the Indo-China War, but think the letters to the President and to Congressmen are ignored to drop your skepticism and start writing. Send a carbon copy of your letter to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mullen, Box 174, La Porte City, Iowa 50651. They lost a son in Vietnam and are working tirelessly to end the…

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Keith-Albee Collection

Keith-Albee managers' report book, March 14, 1904 - November 21, 1904

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Fadettes. This well known musical organization requires no criticism this time other than to say that we rather miss the old drummer and I heard a number of murmurs of disappointment at her non-appearance. I am not particularly in favor with the programme that Mrs. Nichols is giving us this week still that is easily remedied. 30 min. full stage, 2…

1973-03-09 Daily Iowan Article: 'Boyd raps Herrnstein incident'

Social Justice

Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1973-03-09 Daily Iowan Article: 'Boyd raps Herrnstein incident'

Calling the cancellation of Prof. Richard J. Herrnstein's speech a "failure of our best efforts," Univesity of Iowa Pres. Willard L. Boyd promised that the university will do its best "to avoid a recurrence of such an unfortunate event." Herrnstein, a controversial Harvard psychologist scheduled to speak here Feb. 25,…

Ernest Rodriguez CHALE (Chicano Hispanic Association for Legal Education) Speech Page 5

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Ernest Rodriguez speeches, 1976-2006

Ernest Rodriguez CHALE (Chicano Hispanic Association for Legal Education) Speech Page 5

5-5-5 As always in the past when competition for jobs increased during peace time, immigration policies became stiffer and racist enforcement practices too often went hand in hand with policy. Sometimes the unwritten immigration policy coincided with the political pressure of users of undocumented workers. For instance in the early 50's…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

Page 348

Mayflower Home Petition is Latest Protest Against Liquor Store Here A group of Mayflower Home residents is circulating a petition protesting the proposed establishment of a state liquor store in Grinnell. By Friday morning the petition had been signed by 104 persons, including 63 members of Mayflower Home. Petition backers said they had not decided…

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Social Justice

"Mr. Lincoln, I've Decided to Trust You!" script, 1967

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31 1ST READER "I protest this line of inquiry...The Confronter is aware of the ground rules. He knows the source of the Book of Life...He's trying to deliberately unnerve Mr. Lincoln." 1ST SPECTATOR "That was a clever move...Mr. Lincoln was flush...it's hard to see behind that devilish, ethereal glow." 3RD…

Variation of Birds in a State of Nature by Frank Russell, 1892, Page 5

Scholarship at Iowa

Variation of Birds in a State of Nature by Frank Russell, 1892

Variation of Birds in a State of Nature by Frank Russell, 1892, Page 5

3 Importance of Variation The theory of evolution is no longer a bone of contention: Not only has it been fully accepted by modern scientists, but it is recognized as permanently established in a field where few indeed are the laws exempt from mutation. Time speedily silenced the calumiators of the great enthusiast, Columbus, so too will the…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Black Flames, whole no. 1, January 1946

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THE LADY TAKES A POWDER By TIGRINA It all began when I espied the gaudy advertisement of "Goliath the Ghoul, and How he Gruesome" blatantly displayed outside the antiquated cinema palace. I never have been able to resist these so-called "horror pictures", and since I was feeling rather lonely, and had nothing better to to do at…

1971-03-03 ICPC Article: ""Anti-ROTC Rally, Picnic On Thursday"" 1971-03-08 ICPC: ""40 Slated For Trial March 22""; DMR Article: ""4 Arrested In Draft Protest""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-03 ICPC Article: ""Anti-ROTC Rally, Picnic On Thursday"" 1971-03-08 ICPC: ""40 Slated For Trial March 22""; DMR Article: ""4 Arrested In Draft Protest""

P-C 3/3/71 Anti-ROTC Rally, Picnic On Thursday The drive to remove Reserved Officers Training Corps (ROTC) programs from the University of Iowa campus will come to life again Thursday in a rally set for 3:30 p.m. on the Pentacrest. In a meeting sponsored by Students for a Democratic Society Tuesday night, plans were made to present two demands…

1969-05-07 Student Demonstration, University of Iowa - Information Concerning Dash Stag Page 5

Social Justice

Des Moines Register FBI Freedom of Information Act - University of Iowa, May-June 1969

1969-05-07 Student Demonstration, University of Iowa - Information Concerning Dash Stag Page 5

D-36 (Rev. 5-22-54) FBI Date: May 8, 1969 Transmit the following in PLAINTEXT (Type in plaintext or code) Via TELETYPE URGENT (Priority) TO: DIRECTOR FROM: OMAHA (62-3056) (P) STUDENT DEMONSTRATION, UNIVERSITY OF IOWA, IOWA CITY, IOWA, MAY SEVEN DASH EIGHT, SIXTY NINE, INFORMATION CONCERNING DASH STAG RE OMAHA TEL, MAY SEVEN LAST…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

1 ADELANTE RAZA [2 raised fists] Commitment to the struggle for Chicano liberation is the operative definition of the ideology used here. Chicanismo involves a crucial distinction in political consciousness between a Mexican American and a Chicano mentality. The Mexican American is a person who lacks respect for his cultural and ethnic heritage.…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] 'won't tolerate...' cont. P.C. 12/6/67 Protest Continued From Page 1A backbone is not taking care of the situation themselves. "We're called in to quell things and the university somehow just appeases these people and another situation develops. This just can't go on." Another of the…

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Patrol Leaving Iowa City""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Patrol Leaving Iowa City""

P-C May 13, 1972 Patrol Leaving Iowa City The Iowa Highway Patrol, quartered here since Tuesday to quell massive antiwar demonstrations that have broken out this week, is going home today. The Emergency Operations Board, in effect since Tuesday, was deactivated about 10 a.m. today, returning control of law enforcement here to local officials.…

2011-10-20 Daily Iowan Article: ""IC no stranger to protests"" Page 1

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

2011-10-20 Daily Iowan Article: ""IC no stranger to protests"" Page 1

Protests hit the University of Iowa several times during the Vietman era. By Dora Grote Red "blood" poured on the IMU steps, Barbie dolls burned in a barrel, "Dr. Death" walked through town in a black robe, carrying a scythe. People dressed in ski masks threw bricks at care behind Hillcrest. In the 1960s and early 1970s ,…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[Handwritten] DI Oct. 19, 1967 p.1 (of 2) Oglesby Defends Viet Revolution by TED HENRY A critic of American foreign policy charged Wednesday that "the american Revolution lives in Vietnam and South America." Carl Oglesby, and instructor at Antioch College in Ohio a former national president of Students for a Democratic Society, was…

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Student handouts ca. 1970

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The real power at the University of Iowa lies in the 9-member Board of Regents and their handpicked University President. The Regents are appointed by the governor of Iowa, usually by past associations or political favor. All are bankers, businessmen, or politicians. For example, William Quarton is president of WMT-TV, Donald Shaw is director of…

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Student handouts ca. 1970

31858059986145_012-10

9. KENT STATE - JACKSON STATE A great deal of the student strikes last spring occurred as a result of the killing of four white students at Kent State during a protest against U.S. imperialism. There was far less outcry when blacks were murdered at Jackson State and Augusta while protesting against racism and ROTC. The racism that led to the…

Report on Urban Renewal Programs and Their Effects on Racial Minority Group Housing in Three Iowa Cities - Page 5

Social Justice

Burlington Commission on Human Rights, 1964-1965

Report on Urban Renewal Programs and Their Effects on Racial Minority Group Housing in Three Iowa Cities - Page 5

Several of the complaints made by Negroes were not explored during the meeting. The Committee has attempted to evaluate these complaints from press reports of the operation of the Urban Renewal Projects and other sources. Complaint No. 1 Nonwhites were not adequately informed as to how Urban Renewal would affect them. The representative of the…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] p. 2 (of 2) DI 10/17/67 3 War Protesters Hand In Cards Following Rally By TED HENRY See Related Stories Page 6 CEDAR RAPIDS - Three Iowans turned in their draft cards to a U.S. marshall in Cedar Rapids Monday to protest the Vietnamese War and the Selective Service System. Their action followed a rally attended by about 300 people…

1971-02-13 DMR Article: ""Can't Identify Protesters"" ICPC Article: ""Vandalism""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-13 DMR Article: ""Can't Identify Protesters"" ICPC Article: ""Vandalism""

Des Moines Register Sat., Feb. 13, 1971 CAN'T IDENTIFY PROTESTERS By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA - The director of the University of Iowa campus security department doubts whether many of the persons involved in Thursday night's destructive antiwar demonstration here will be identified. "We are…

1970-12-31 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""11 Now Charged in Sit-In Demonstration of Dec. 9""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-31 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""11 Now Charged in Sit-In Demonstration of Dec. 9""

P-C 11 Now Charged in Sit-In Demonstration of Dec. 9 University of Iowa officials have added another person to the group of students and former students charged with violating university and Board of Regents conduct regulations during a sit-in demonstration on the campus Dec. 9. Currently eight students and three former students are under charge…

1970-02-05 Daily Iowan Article: ""Placement Hearing Continued to Today""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-02-05 Daily Iowan Article: ""Placement Hearing Continued to Today""

Iowan and the People of Iowa City 1 (of2) Has Spring Sprung? Partly cloudy and little cooler today. Fair and warmer tonight and Friday. Highs today 27 to 35. Lows tonight 15 to 20. DI Associated Press Leased Wire and Wirephoto Iowa City, Iowa 52240 - Thursday, February 5, 1970 Placement Hearing Continued to Today by Karen Good After four…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 41

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 41

37 When contacted about the statement, board chairman Davis said, "The motion means just exactly what it said. There was no thought of closing down The Daily Iowan." On the following Wednesday, SPI voted to terminate immediately the appointment of Miss Durham and her staff, and to pay them one month's salary as compensation and…

1971-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Articles: ""Three Fined For Blocking Draft Bus"" ""Unlawful Assembly Charged Here""

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Articles: ""Three Fined For Blocking Draft Bus"" ""Unlawful Assembly Charged Here""

P-C 5/8/71 Three Fined For Blocking Draft Bus Two University of Iowa students and a UI professor were fined $55 Friday afternoon by Police Judge Joseph Thornton in connection with the blocking of a draft bus in front of the Police Office during the early morning hours of April 20. Another student charged in a similar protest two weeks earlier…

Article: ""250 Demonstration Cases May Be Consolidated Here"" Page 2

Social Justice

Campus "Unrest" Demonstrations, 1970

Article: ""250 Demonstration Cases May Be Consolidated Here"" Page 2

Cases From Page 1A city planned to furnish defense lawyers with "an outline of what kind of factual presentation the city intends to make." Included in that outline would be information on evidence the city has against the 250 demonstrators and a list of the city's witnesses, which include University Security officers, Iowa Highway…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Science Fiction Collector, v. 4, issue 3, whole no. 21, August 1938

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Page Eight --- S - F Collector --- _____________________________________ not exercise every bit of influences they possessed to do so? As a matter of fact, Mr. Speer, that is exactly what happened in the latest Convention in Newark; a small group successfully prohibited all speeches containing progressive ideas. You, yourself, Mr. Speer, seem to be…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Venus, v. 1, issue 1, June 1944

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-6- EARTHBOUND YE SHALL BE by John Mercury Loring A group of dark figures paused in the doorway, and one of them spoke in a low voice. "Remember your orders, "he said softly. "You are simply to break in, and using as little violence as possible, subdue the entire group with paralysis rays, and go away,…

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""UI Strikers Protest ROTC, Indochinese War""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""UI Strikers Protest ROTC, Indochinese War""

DI May 12, 1970 UI Strikers Protest ROTC, Indochinese War The effect of a University-wide strike of classes by students was difficult to determine Monday. The strike appeared to be having little effect on students still attending classes, but it was reported that most students were attending classes to check course grades with instructors. The…

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Social Justice

Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1972-1988

DI 3-11-88 Activists protest, celebrate at rally By Paula Roesler The Daily Iowan In the wake of Wednesday's emergency U.S. military deployment to Honduras, liberal activists protested the absence of CIA recruiters at the UI this spring. UI activist group New Wave sponsored the Pentacrest event, which included student speakers and…

1971-01-29 Des Moines Register Article: 'Campus Clergy Oppose Action Against Hoenk'

Social Justice

United Campus Ministry papers, 1970-1972

1971-01-29 Des Moines Register Article: 'Campus Clergy Oppose Action Against Hoenk'

Campus Clergy Oppose Action Against Hoenk By Fred E. Karnes Of the Press-Citizen The Association of Campus Ministers at the University of Iowa has expressed its opposition to the forced resignation of the Rev. Paul Hoenk as pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Chapel, 404 East Jefferson Street. The association called a special meeting after…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DMSR 1/22/67 p.1 (of 2) Student Protesters And Why They Act By James Flansburg (Register Staff Writers) IOWA CITY, IA. - After the pigs took over the farm, they posted a sign that said something like this: "All animals are equal but some are more equal than others." [insert] NEWS ANALYSIS That's fiction --…

1943-01-17 Page 1

World War II Diaries and Letters

John N. Calhoun family letters, February 1941-April 1945

1943-01-17 Page 1

Burlington, Ia. Jan. 17, 1943 Sun. pm 7 o'clock My Dearest:- I am at the Burlington Hospital writing this letter. We brough Ruth down to the hospital for a complete check up. She took bad last night and called Dr. Aid & he sent over some pain pills & gave her an enema. She has been throwing up all day long and no better so had Dr. Aid…

1972-05-15 Daily Iowan Article: ""Why Protest?""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-15 Daily Iowan Article: ""Why Protest?""

Why Protest? Many people agree it's frustrating, dangerous By Gordon Hanson, Associated Press Writer Being a campus protester these days is frustrating, complex and dangerous, say law officers, students and demonstrators after a week of sporadic anti-war demonstrations here. Their reaction came as this University of Iowa city of 50,000 braced…

1968-12-10 Article: 'SDS Plans Rally Prior to Hearing By CSC for Sies' Page 2

Social Justice

Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1972

1968-12-10 Article: 'SDS Plans Rally Prior to Hearing By CSC for Sies' Page 2

[...text cuted] Another undergrad, although he favored Hubert Humphrey, said that neither man was at all "interesting or exciting." A first year law student, Alasdair Liddle, added, "The sentiments of the British students must be looked at historically. John F. Kennedy," he explained,"was a great hero to the English…

1965-10-22 J. Newman Toomey to The Honorable H.R. Bowen Page 2

Social Justice

Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

1965-10-22 J. Newman Toomey to The Honorable H.R. Bowen Page 2

the SERTOMAN Service to Mankind Form 102 RESOLUTION ___________ Be It Hereby Resolved: That the Sertoma Club of Iowa City, Iowa, as Sertomans and as American citizens hereby raise our collective voice in protest of the irresponsible journalism displayed by most of the news media of our area in the handling of the recent incident at the…

1917-10-17 Mrs. Elvie N. Logsdon to Mrs. Whitley Page 2

World War I Diaries and Letters

Correspondence of state women's organizations part 2, 1917-1919

1917-10-17 Mrs. Elvie N. Logsdon to Mrs. Whitley Page 2

Demonstrators have held meetings all over our county and they presented cards which were signed and their names must be on the list at Anne[']s. We meet so much ignorance and indifference as to the importance of this question. Many of the thinking women who sign the cards protest that the government is prostituting the acres and acres of land…

1971-03-27 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Coed Convicted of Assault --'Pummeled ROTC Cadet'""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-27 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Coed Convicted of Assault --'Pummeled ROTC Cadet'""

P.C 3/27/71 Coed Convicted of Assault - 'Pummeled ROTC Cadet' By MARK F. ROHNER Of the Press-Citizen A petite University of Iowa nursing student accused of "pummeling the midsection" of a ROTC cadet in a March 5 demonstration here, was convicted of assault in Police Court Friday. Police Judge Joseph Thornton found Konnie R.…

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""New Highway Patrol Tactic Foils Friday Night Protest"" Page 2

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen Photo: ""New Highway Patrol Tactic Foils Friday Night Protest"" Page 2

planned disturbance was cut short and seven people were arrested Friday night as helmeted highway patrol officers dispersed a crowd of about (200) protesters shortly after they formed on the Pentacrest. The protesters were dispersed about 9:20 p.m. after they were caught between two contingents of patrol officers on the west side of the…

1971-03-22 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Nearly All Protest Cases Dropped""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-22 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Nearly All Protest Cases Dropped""

IC Press Citizen 3/22/71 Nearly All Protest Cases Dropped By MARK F. ROHNER Of the Press-Citizen Only one conviction has resulted from 41 trials set for today for persons arrested last May, 5 in connection with antiwar protests in downtown Iowa City, Six of the 41 cases are yet to be disposed of. Most of the trials - all involving disorderly…

1972-05-11 Daily Iowan Article: ""Investigation continues into Tuesday camper fire""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-11 Daily Iowan Article: ""Investigation continues into Tuesday camper fire""

DI? 5/11/72 Investigation continues into Tuesday camper fire. Iowa City police were still investigating the ownership of a camper which was pushed from a pickup truck and burned Tuesday night during an anti-war protest here. A man arrested for arson in connection with that fire was being held in the Johnson County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bond.…

1972-05-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Highway Patrolmen To Remain on Duty in Iowa City"" Page 5

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Highway Patrolmen To Remain on Duty in Iowa City"" Page 5

"Highway Patrolmen to Remain on Duty in Iowa City" P-C 5/10/72 p.5 (of 6) Protest From Page 1A cruising on Riverside Drive were the targets of a few stones hurled from the terraces before the crowd broke up. The night's activity began about 7:30 p.m. as a crowd massed on the Pentacrest in spite of a ban on demonstrations ordered…

1969-04-21 Des Moines Register Article: "Boycotting Blacks at Iowa Charge 'Intolerable Situation'"

Social Justice

University of Iowa football boycott suspension newspaper articles, 1969

1969-04-21 Des Moines Register Article: "Boycotting Blacks at Iowa Charge 'Intolerable Situation'"

DMR April 21, 1969 Boycotting Blacks at Iowa Charge ‘Intolerable Situation’ By Ron Maly Blast athletes at the University of Iowa claimed Sunday it was never their intention not to participate in the school’s athletic program. Instead, they said in a statement, “our primary concern is to demonstrate through our protest that there is an…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 21

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 21

17 After turning down an attempt to extend this fund to any graduate who suffers a loss during the estrike, the Senate unanomously approved the original proposal. The Senate moved to adopt an official statement concerning the activity on campus during the past week. After a lengthy discussion of semantics, philosophy, and grammar, the Senate issued…

1971-05-18 Daily Iowan Article: ""Five 'Guilty' in Protest Trial""

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-18 Daily Iowan Article: ""Five 'Guilty' in Protest Trial""

DI 5/18/71 -Seven Freed; Arrests Continue - Five 'Guilty' in Protest Trial Two persons forfeited bond, three were convicted and seven had charges dismissed Monday in another round of trials for those arrested during last week's demonstrations. On a motion by the city, charges were dropped against James Dutkiewiez, A4; Michael…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] 11/7/67 17 Protesters Convicted By JERRY LEVINE The first of 108 demonstrators who were charged with disturbing the peace in connection with the last Wednesday's Vietnamese war protest entered a plea of innocent, no contest, and were found guilty by Iowa City Police Court Judge Marion Neely Monday. The seventeen persons were…

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen -- Letter to President Richard M. Nixon

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen -- Letter to President Richard M. Nixon

P-C 5/13/72 May 9, 1972 President Richard M. Nixon The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Washington D.C. Dear Mr. President, The undersigned faculty and graduate students, a majority of the Department of Sociology protest the actions you announce in your televised address May 8, 1972. We feel that these actions are an unwarranted escalation…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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14 ~~If I ever said anything complimentary about 'Fred Shroyer the man(?)' , Consider it rescinded. I still like his Michelism articles, but I'm beginning ta wonder what motivated his writing them. Does he feel about the matter as I do - which I won't bother to explain - or is he just another of those guys condemning anything…

1971-06-14 Daily Iowan Letters to the Editor Page 2

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-06-14 Daily Iowan Letters to the Editor Page 2

IOWA CITY, IOWA John Richards Mike McGrevey Editor. Debbie Romine Richard Ter Mas Jan Williams nd Development in nt protest puzzled ge increases in pro lations: New York ssachusetts Califor d been understood Iowa. The rankings gie Commission on ons within the n? Witness, as an ou couldn't believe ty" as he spoke of from a dozen…

1972-04-08 Press-Citizen Article: 'Herrnstein's Theories Draw Another Crowd on Campus'

Social Justice

Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-04-08 Press-Citizen Article: 'Herrnstein's Theories Draw Another Crowd on Campus'

P-C April 8, 1972 Herrnstein's Theories Draw Another Crows on Campus By WILLIAM G. HLADKY Of the Press-Citizen The inherited intelligence theories of Prof. Richard Herrnstein attracted another large crowd on the University of Iowa campus Friday nigth - but this time the crowd did not protest Herrnstein's theories, but debated them. In…

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Editorials: ""Pleas for legitimate protests"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Editorials: ""Pleas for legitimate protests"" Page 2

[Handwritten] DI May 12, 1970 2 (of 4) [Printed}] To the Editor, from the people Pleas for legitimate protests To the Editor: [Left side of article on preceding page] I am writing this letter because I simply can't contain the sadness that I have felt over the past week's events. I looked proudly on as some 6,000 students took part in a…

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World War II Diaries and Letters

John N. Calhoun family letters, February 1941-April 1945

1943-01-22 Page 1

Burlington, Ia Jan., 22, 1943 Fri. 6:15 pm My Dearest:- Please excuse me if I use a pencil tonight. I am just finished work & had my hair washed & sitting under the dryer. I rec'd two letters from you today, and guess you haven't rec'd the rent papers yet. If you think we should protest, please send them back to me…

1970-12-30 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Separate Trials Asked for 210 'Protesters'"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-30 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Separate Trials Asked for 210 'Protesters'"" Page 2

"Plea Rejected, Mass Trial Will be Held as Scheduled" P-C 2 (of 2) 12/31/70 Trial From Page 1A said, should "take care of" the defense objection that the informations were not specific enough. Johnston disagreed and renewed a plea for continuance of the trial. Honohan called that, and the defense motion for separate trials,…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Science Fiction Weekly, v. 1, issue 10, April 12, 1940

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CITY DESK YOUR FANMAG REVIEWER SAYS: Miss that date, but don't miss -- Shangri-La, issue # 1, Science Fantasy Society, Box 6475 Metropolitan Station, Los Angeles, California (10[cents sign]). For a revival of the spirit of Imagination, in particular items by Morojo ("I Protest" -- a rebuttal to the article by Westerfield in…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Cary Club minutes, 1899-1918

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In previous memory of our sister Mrs M. J. Hindman. Who was called home February 22 - 1901. In those far fields, where she we loved doeth dwell. There falls no night nor pain. Nor showaw of regret: But love and joy, and peace, enfold her sound. and she hath rest. In that fair clime where it is always morn. This sainted one of blessed memory,…

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Civil War Diaries and Letters

Frank Malcom letters, 1864

1864-09-20 Page 02

Now Chief of Out Posts. on Genl. Corse' Staff) (as Chief Clerk in the Corps Commissary Dept.) General Ransom Detailed me immediately, The detail arrived at our Head Quarters about 3 O.Clock The same afternoon, but it was not Shown to me until 9 O'Clock that night, and I was then informed that the Adjutant and Major commanding our…

""TV Stereotyping of the Mexican American"" by Ernest Rodriguez Page 2

Social Justice

Ernest Rodriguez' "Impressions," 1960s-1980s

""TV Stereotyping of the Mexican American"" by Ernest Rodriguez Page 2

defenseless and too weak to fight back. The point is that the Mexican-American now finds himself gradually replacing the black as white Americans new "nigger." And after the Mexican-Americans gains the political strength to retaliate them who will replace him as a victim of racism---the American Indian? I've heard it often said…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy Amateur, v. 8, issue 1, September 1944

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FAPA VARIETY CC: The rich ripe Tucker. That's about the one disadvantage of New York City--bookbinding is more expensive and now impossible. We would rather see a print of the first contents page of some older and rarer mag than Unk. AC: Would have been included in the mailing if we had not been naive and believed the mailing would be mailed…

Anti-Degamation League of B'nai B'rith Page 19

Social Justice

Civil rights and race relations materials, 1957-1964

Anti-Degamation League of B'nai B'rith Page 19

Field Reports on Desegregation in the South A series of case studies written by sociologists and human relations experts. Each pamphlet in this series outlines the community background, traces the development of crucial incidents and features many quotes and carefully documented facts never published in newspapers. FR 1 – MANSFIELD, TEXAS: School…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Snide, issue 1, May 1940

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Upon entering the conference hall we found Speer and Rothman had preceded us. Speer spoke up in his peculiar Oklahoma twang, insisted that he was disappointed in our entrance, claimed that the 'great Pong' must make a much more spectacular entrance than merely walking into the room in the ordinary fashion. There was nothing for us to do…

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 5

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 5

Subj - Misc- Student Protest, 1968-1970 Kristen Schorsch, reporter Phone 337-3181 E-mail kschorsch@press-citizen.com UI News Page 2A Friday, May 6, 2005 Iowa City Press-Citizen UI's history marked with protests during war By Vida Brenner Iowa City Press-Citizen In the late 1960s and early 1970s student demonstrations across the nation…

1972-05-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters block I-80"" Page 2

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters block I-80"" Page 2

Protestors block I-80 By Daily Iowan Staff Writers Antiwar protestors in Iowa City Thursday night blocked a portion of Interstate 80 for a short time before being routed by police and tear gas, in the third evening of demonstrations in a week. The protestors reached the Interstate after a conformation with Iowa Highway patrolmen at Dubuque Street…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 34

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 34

30 Business Reaction The nightwatchman begins his job, unnoticed by the employees and customers leaving for their homes. Not until there is trouble, such as that that hit Iowa City's downtown area the morning of May 5, is the nightwatchman appreciated. The manager of Whetstone's called his watchman an "unsung hero."…

1969-04-23 Daily Iowan Article: "Frosh Gridders Split with BAU"

Social Justice

University of Iowa football boycott suspension newspaper articles, 1969

1969-04-23 Daily Iowan Article: "Frosh Gridders Split with BAU"

DI April 23, 1969[?] Frosh Gridders Split with BAU By CHARLA COLE [c] Copyright 1969, Student Publications, Inc. Seven of the 16 black football players dropped from the team last week have dissociated themselves from the Black Athletes Union (BAU), The Daily Iowan has learned. A spokesman for the seven, all freshman, said they now feel that the…

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Social Justice

"Mr. Lincoln, I've Decided to Trust You!" script, 1967

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27 3RD READER - cont'd They are just what we would be in their situation. When Southern people tell us they are no more responsible for the origin of slavery than we are, I acknowledge the fact. When it is said that the institution exists, and is very difficult to get rid of it in a satisfactory way, I can understand and appreciate that…

Speech in Support of Immigration Reform"" by Ernest Rodriguez Page 2

Social Justice

Ernest Rodriguez speeches, 1976-2006

Speech in Support of Immigration Reform"" by Ernest Rodriguez Page 2

remordimiento y retifico las leyes injustas de segregacion y discriminacion. Protest marches of Latinos and good people of all races, faiths and cultural differences are serving again to prick the conscience of our nation. La protesta pacifica de millones de Latinos y mucha gente de buen corazon esta depertando otra vez la conciencia de la…

1971-02-12 Des Moines Register Article: ""ROTC Office In Iowa City Is Ransacked"" Page 1

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-12 Des Moines Register Article: ""ROTC Office In Iowa City Is Ransacked"" Page 1

DMR 2/12/71 p. 1 (of 2) ROTC Office In Iowa City Is Ransacked By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA.—Antiwar demonstrators, many wearing Indian-style war paint and masks, ransacked a University of Iowa Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) office and burned an American flag outside a dormitory Thursday night. Windows in the U of I…

1971-05-07 Des Moines Register Article: ""List Arrests Of Students""

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-07 Des Moines Register Article: ""List Arrests Of Students""

List arrests of students By a Staff Writer Iowa City, IA. -- At least 15 of 27 persons arrested in connection with the Wednesday night disturbance that grew out of a "peace protest" in Iowa City currently are students at the University of Iowa , according to the 1970-71 Student Directory. Twenty persons were charged with disorderly…

1863-07-23 -- 1863-07-24

Civil War Diaries and Letters

George C. Burmeister diary, 1863

1863-07-23 -- 1863-07-24

they destroyed a great deal of furniture and personal effects at a certain house, carried some of it off and threatened to shoot the citizen if he did not give them $1.000, they were arrested, but as our Colonel and major have frequently expressed their approbation of such method of warfare with the rebels, I fear these villains will escape…

1971-01-12 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""District Court Turns Down Moves in Mass Trial Case"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-01-12 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""District Court Turns Down Moves in Mass Trial Case"" Page 2

P.C. 1/12/71 Trial From Page 1A justice of the peace. This is not the function of the writ." In oral arguments heard Monday, defense lawyer Philip Mause, a University of Iowa law professor, told Chapman many of the defendants could not afford the time or money needed to appeal their cases after a Police Court verdict. Chapman said he could not…

1972-03-17 Daily Iowan Letter to the Editor: 'Professor explicates on Herrnstein article' Page 2

Social Justice

Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-03-17 Daily Iowan Letter to the Editor: 'Professor explicates on Herrnstein article' Page 2

"Professor Explicates on Herrnstein Article" as race are removed (a result of such scientific understanding), the difference between classes will become, instead, one of ability: i.e. temperament , personality, and especially intelligence. Do these eight considerations seem to "stop teh reacist campaign" by Herrnstein? Now to…

1972-05-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""A Tense Night at Iowa City"" Page 1

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""A Tense Night at Iowa City"" Page 1

Iowa City, IA. - Six persons arrested during a sit-in at a busy highway intersection here Tuesday night pleaded guilty to charges of disorderly conduct Wednesday and were fined $105 each by Police Judge Joseph Thornton. Thirteen persons pleases innocent to the disorderly conduct charge and their trial was set for May 15 here. All were arrested…

1971-05-14 Des Moines Register Article: ""Says Turmoil At Iowa City Not Antiwar""

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-14 Des Moines Register Article: ""Says Turmoil At Iowa City Not Antiwar""

DMR 5/14/71 SAYS TURMOIL AT IOWA CITY NOT ANTIWAR Lays Large Role to Non-Students Security tight for University of Iowa ROTC awards ceremony: PAGE 7. By Robert Krotz (Register Staff Writer) Copyright, 1971, Des Moines Register and Tribune Company CEDAR FALLS, IA. - University of Iowa President Willard Boyd said here Thursday that violent…

1971-11-12 American Report: Review of Religion and American Power Page 15

Social Justice

Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

1971-11-12 American Report: Review of Religion and American Power Page 15

AMERICAN REPORT 11-S The Attorney General Speaks... Attorney General John N. Mitchell issued the following statement on Friday August , 1971 The Department of Justice has completed its analysis and evaluation of all available facts and information surrounding the tragic deaths of four Kent State University students on May 4, 1970. Immediately…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

League of Women Voters minutes, 1920-1925

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War Conference were made - but it was finally left to the president to secure some one. [Mr?] [Further?] business [wiring?] the [Brand?] {illegible]. - Bernice [illegible]. & meeting Nov. 23rd Clear Lake [Pepester?] $2 - " " Dec. 16th Postage $5 - Frances [Alt Miller?] $3.10 Ex. meeting Dec. 28 protest [fees?] $2.08 Ex.…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Pluto, v. 1, issue 4, September 1940

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18 PLUTO WHO SAID THAT? From West Haven, Conn. Dear Editors: You must excuse my delay in subscribing to your excellent PLUTO. However you please find 25¢ for a three issue subscription, enclosed. In commenting on PLUTO, I…

1971-04-14 Daily Iowan Article: ''Test Case' Ahmad: Harrisburg Six'

Social Justice

United Campus Ministry papers, 1970-1972

1971-04-14 Daily Iowan Article: ''Test Case' Ahmad: Harrisburg Six'

[photo] Ahmad Eqbal Ahmad, one of six alleged co-conspirators charged in a "plot" to kidnap presidential advisor Henry Kissinger, gestures at a news conference held Tuesday afternoon at Center East. Ahmad later spoke at MacBride Auditorium. -- Photo by George Popkin By RUARD VANDERPLOEG Daily Iowan Reporter "We are the chosen…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Black & white, Summer 1944

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tellect?" It is to retch. "If God thought black to be beauty, why did He not paint the lily that way?" Surely you, my readers, see the superficial, the ridiculous reasoning of this nauseating nonsense. Such mad-talk to me is revolting, horrendous and infamous. It really makes me quite incoherent with revulsion and rage, the evil…

1970-06-23 Letter to Federal Highway Administration, Equal Opportunity Division

Social Justice

Highway 61 correspondence and documents, 1968-1974

1970-06-23 Letter to Federal Highway Administration, Equal Opportunity Division

720 - 7th Street June 23, 1970 Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration Equal Opportunity Division 1717 H Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20591 Dear Sirs: As Branch Administrative Secreatary of the Fort Madison, Iowa, Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, I would like to register a protest…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Banshee, whole no. 4, March 1944

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16 * * * Banshee CYNICISM OR CRITICISM by Tom Daniel There are a couple of things that stand out to every reader of fantasy fiction, whether new or old, and whether active fan or not. These are the extremely noticeable frankness, and its badly suited partner, cynicism, of the fans. For it is possible to be very frank in making criticisms and…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Astronaut, v. 1, issue 1, September 1947

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14 ASTRONAUT different, assumed an expectant, listening quality. It was as though she might be waiting to hear something that she had to steel herself to meet. Something that would come as sure as doom; something, perhaps, that was doom. They were almost to the plantation when Martin spoke again. "Well, Karin, we're all alone…

1970-04-15 Vietnam Moratorium Flyer

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Student handouts ca. 1970

1970-04-15 Vietnam Moratorium Flyer

VIETNAM MORATORIUM Wednesday, April 15 On the WAR Six months have now passed since October 15th when millions of not-so-silent Americans took to the streets, the classrooms, the churches, and the supermarkets to voice their dissent from the policies that have kept this country locked for so long in the tragic conflict in Vietnam. Since October the…

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Fantasite, v. 2, issue 4, November-December 1942

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[Image of a man scratching his back on a post with a silly grin on his face.] Spaceways' sudden disappearance was a bombshell. We never admit to anything but it has been whispered that a guy who had an uncle who knew a man whose friend tested telephone lines said that he had overhead someone tell somebody else that we were as surprised as…

1970-05-01 -- Press Release

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Campus "Unrest" Demonstrations, 1970

1970-05-01 -- Press Release

Statement to be released to the press on Thursday, May 1, 1970 From: The coalition to abolish ROTC THE DEMONSTRATION WHICH TOOK PLACE TODAY AT THE STUDENT RECREATION CENTER AGAINST ROTC ON CAMPUS IS PART OF A PROGRAM TO GET ROTC OFF CAMPUS. WE PLAN FURTHER ACTIONS. THE DEMONSTRATION OCCURRED ON GENTLE THURSDAY, MAY 1, A HIPPIE YIPPIE HOLIDAY. A…

1971-12-15 Gordon M. Lane to The Honorable Wilson L. Davis Page 1

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Highway 61 correspondence and documents, 1968-1974

1971-12-15 Gordon M. Lane to The Honorable Wilson L. Davis Page 1

City of Fort Madison GORDON M. LANE, MAYOR FORT MADISON, IOWA, 95627 December 15,, 1971 The Honorable Wilson L. Davis Iowa State Senator 911 Grand Avenue Keokuk, IA 95632 Dear Will, Following our November 11th, 1971 information meeting on the US-61 highway relocation. I sent out self addressed envelopes to all those present, inviting answers…

1970-12-22 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Mass Trial Delay Plea Overruled""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-22 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Mass Trial Delay Plea Overruled""

December 22, 1978 P-C Mass Trial Delay Plea Overruled A defense motion to reschedule a mass trial of 212 persons charged with disorderly conduct in demonstrations here last May was overruled Monday by Police Judge Joseph Thornton. The motion, filed by defeinse lawyers Joseph Johnston and J. Newman Toomey, asks that the trial—set a week ago for…

1971-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Downtown Quiet Friday; Sightseers See Little""

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Downtown Quiet Friday; Sightseers See Little""

P-C Saturday, May 8, 1971 Downtown Quiet Friday; Sightseers See Little Except for an over-abundance of sight-seeing traffic (with few sights to see), Friday night the downtown business district was calm. It was the area which for two previous evenings has been the focal point of anti-war demonstrations. A picketing of Jessup Hall—the building which…

1972-05-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Highway Patrolmen To Remain on Duty in Iowa City"" Page 2

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Highway Patrolmen To Remain on Duty in Iowa City"" Page 2

(of 6) 5/10/72 P-C Patrolmen Face Crowd Helmeted Highway Patrolmen face a crowd of some 750 who staged a sit-in at Burlington Street and Riverside Drive about 10 p.m. Tuesday following a march through the center of the city. Reinforcements later arrived to aid the state police in clearing the intersection., where about 20 arrests were made.…

1952-05-02 Omaha Field Office report on activities of Edna Griffin Page 8

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Edna Griffin's FBI file, December 1951-February 1955

1952-05-02 Omaha Field Office report on activities of Edna Griffin Page 8

OM 100-4095 ADMINISTRATIVE DATA the same pattern works against the Farmers and women as against the negro. EDNA GRIFFIN wanted the Woodbury County Farmers Union to protest the arrest of [REDACTED]. b7C EDNA GRIFFIN, according to [REDACTED] had indicated an interest in a negro newspaper, the "Iowa Sepia News", which according to…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 1, issue 5, July-August 1938

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Page 9 FANTASCIENCE DIGEST this. It's not such an easy task tho. I can't see the keyboard and my fingers keep missing keys entirely. Since none of this makes sense, it won't matter whether I end it or not. So I'll just leave it where it is and go out and have a soda. Have you ever drunk a soda while invisible? Lots of…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] [n.d. (1965-1970)] OUR TRADITIONAL LIBERTIES ARE IN ACUTE DANGER We entreat your help in our effort to combat a package of vicious legislation which gravely threatens the freedom and privacy of us all. At his recent news conference, President Nixon denied that an era of repression is descending over the United States; yet, a…

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1970-2001

Chicano Indian American Center presents alternate Colombus Day By VALERIE SULLIVAN Staff Writer The Chicano Indian American Cultural Center (CIACC) will hold a public "Dia De La Raza" (Day of the People) Rally from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. today on Pentacrest. Presented as an "alternate Columbus Day celebration," the rally,…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 40

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 40

36 [photo] Leona vs. the Daily Iowan During the period that the University of Iowa campus was torn by protest, another controversy arose to confront the student population. The problem evolved when the Board of Student Publications, Inc., (SPI) voted May 10 to continue the present editor of The Daily Iowan, thus preventing editor-select, Leona…

ADL Catalog - Audio-Cisual Materials Page 6

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Civil rights and race relations materials, 1957-1964

ADL Catalog - Audio-Cisual Materials Page 6

areas of American life. Jeff Chandler is narrator, supported by Senator Herbert H. Lehman, Richard Tucker, Dore Schary, Susan Strasberg and others. (Adult and secondary school levels) AN AMERICAN GIRL 29-1/2 minutes/black and white/ cleared for TV This new film, based on an actual event, tells the story of an American teen-ager who is mistakenly…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1928-1976

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May 16 1916 W.C.T.U. met in the Baptist Church with 18 present Mrs. Brande led us in the devotional exercises. After singing "I need Thee" she read Rom. 16 Ch. where Paul writes of his women helpers. After prayer for the cause of Woman Suffrage and the officers of the W.C.T.U. [Miss] Whittaker sang "Teach us to Pray" [Miss…

1970-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Officials Show Strain From Long Week"" Page 4

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Officials Show Strain From Long Week"" Page 4

P-C May 8, 1970 4 (of 4) Arrests * From Page 1A ficers called to the scene. He continued: "A situation exists on the Pentacrest of the University of Iowa campus that the president feels, as the provost hs told you, can take place no longer. I am now present to execute his order... "I personally ask that you leave the Pentacrest; I ask…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] [n.d. (1965-1970)] WORKERS OF THE UNIVERSITY: WE URGENTLY REQUEST THAT YOU UNITE AND ALLY WITH US IN A NATION-WIDE EFFORT TO END THE WAR IN INDOCHINA. The students of the University of Iowa and the students and university workers throughout the nation, request that you join with us in a non-violent strike on the University of Iowa…

1970-05-13 Flyer asking Workers of the University to ""Strike With Us""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-13 Flyer asking Workers of the University to ""Strike With Us""

WORKERS OF THE UNIVERSITY: WE URGENTLY REQUEST THAT YOU UNITE AND ALLY WITH US IN A NATION-WIDE EFFORT TO END THE WAR IN INDOCHINA. The students of the University of Iowa and the students and university workers throughout the nation, request that you join with us in the non-violent strike on the University of Iowa campus in the order to…

Student Strike Statements

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Campus "Unrest" Demonstrations, 1970

Student Strike Statements

Student STrike Committee WORKERS OF THE UNIVERSITY: WE URGENTLY REQUEST THAT YOU UNITE AND ALLY WITH US IN A NATION-WIDE EFFORT TO END THE WAR IN INDOCHINA. The students of the University of Iowa and the students and university workers throughout the nation, request that you join with us in a non-violent strike on the University of Iowa campus in…

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Timebinder, v. 1, issue 3, 1945

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All I ask is consistency. If a Conscientious Objector wishes to hermitize himself from Society in one way which injures the common good (refusal to protect it from aggression), then he should not wish to profit from that Society. If he considers his only laws those he lays down for himself, in protest to the laws of the State (blame for which he…

1972-03-06 Daily Iowan Article: 'SDS 'front' banned here'

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-03-06 Daily Iowan Article: 'SDS 'front' banned here'

SDS 'FRONT' BANNED HERE WSA leader says UI using 'double standard' By STEVE MOORE Dayly Iowan Staff Writer Temporary withdrawal of recognition of the University of Iowa Worker-Student Alliance (WSA) is a denial of the group's right to free speech, a member of WSA said Sunday night. Simon J. Piller, 20, 321 South…

1970-05-10 Des Moines Register Article:  ""U of I Mulls Closing For Rest Of Term""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""U of I Mulls Closing For Rest Of Term""

DMSR 5/10/70 U OF I MULLS CLOSING FOR REST OF TERM As ISU Students Cheer Nonviolence By Jon Van and Jerry Knight Iowa State University President W. Robert Parks urged 3,000 cheering anti-war demonstrators at Ames Saturday "to make this university a place where peaceful protest is an everyday occurrence. In Iowa City, University of Iowa…

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1970-2001

[Photo] Ramirez He Knows How to Help Victor Ramirez, who is director of the Chicano Native American Cultural Center, became vice-president of Student Senate in March. Ramirez, a junior from Brownsville, Tex., says that in both jobs he "gets the thrill of seeing things I planned work out, of knowing that I'm really helping…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

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Miss Baily says they do serve beer at the Kuigs grill, Rep, Three Elvis, Mode-rite, Pioneer (Run?), Gerv cafe, B of RT. They do not serve beer at Dixie Ave Stop, White Spot, Tavern, Blue Bird, Haltermoris, Curtis, College Shop, Caudylaud, Monroe, We can say there are 9 dry places to eat. We discussed protesting against advertising beer in the…

1972-05-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""A Tense Night at Iowa City"" Page 3

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""A Tense Night at Iowa City"" Page 3

Iowa City police form a line on the Burlington Street Bridge as they prepare to move across the street to disperse protesters late Tuesday. A number of Iowa Highway patrolmen ing the street. A few of those arre dragged or carried away be mostly U of I students- turned their backs on two factions eliciting support. First, the "Jesus…

Report on Urban Renewal Programs and Their Effects on Racial Minority Group Housing in Three Iowa Cities - Page 7

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Burlington Commission on Human Rights, 1964-1965

Report on Urban Renewal Programs and Their Effects on Racial Minority Group Housing in Three Iowa Cities - Page 7

In a booklet published in 1959 in support of Urban Renewal for Des Moines, Iowa,4 a section called "Citizen Participation" reports on the subject of communication between the Urban Renewal Board and the public. An essential ingredient of a successful Urban Renewal Program is public understanding and support . . . During the past year,…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 10/31/67 Prof gives reasons for obstructing recruiters [handwritten] 10/31/67 To the editor: This Wednesday through Friday a number of studnets and faculty will attempt to obstruct recruiting by the U.S. Marine Corps in the Union if the recruiting officers do not leave campus on their own or at the request of University…

1969-05-07 Student Demonstration, University of Iowa - Information Concerning Dash Stag Page 6

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Des Moines Register FBI Freedom of Information Act - University of Iowa, May-June 1969

1969-05-07 Student Demonstration, University of Iowa - Information Concerning Dash Stag Page 6

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION Omaha, Nebraska May 9, 1969 STUDENT DEMONSTRATION U UNIVERSITY OF IOWA IOWA CITY, IOWA MAY 7-8, 1969 T5USC 5552 (b) (7) (D) [ ] Iowa City, Iowa, furnished the following information on May 9, 1969. Students at UI demonstrated on May 7-8, 1969, in protest of a proposed raise…

1971-09-16 Daily Iowan Article: 'To Hold service for Attica dead'

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United Campus Ministry papers, 1970-1972

1971-09-16 Daily Iowan Article: 'To Hold service for Attica dead'

DAILY IOWAN, SEPT 16, 1971 To hold service for Attica dead Two University of Iowa administrators are among those expected to participate in a 4:45 p.m. memorial service today for the 42 prisoners and hostages who died Monday in the riots at Attica State Prison in New York. The service will be held at Center East. Philip G. Hubbard, UI vice…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] Iowa Alumni Review Dec. '67, Jan. '68 women's athletic field near the Union. Unlike the November demonstrations though, the December protest involved overt action on the part of the protesters. The nae of the game seemed to be action against the police and contituted authority, using a highly organized order of…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Wavelength, issue 1

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WAVELENGTH ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// SCIENCE -------FICTION------- BRIEFS :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: by Claudius ----:------:----- Another science fiction magazine hit the stands the other day, the new, professional "Comet".…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

[Photo caption] FINAL RITES CONDUCTED WEDNESDAY MORNING FOR LUIS MARTINEZ, 20 Denver Post Photo by Dave Buresh LUIS MARTINEZ, ASESINADO Denver.. Marzo 17, 1973 LUIS MARTINEZ, fue asesinado por la policia de Denver. Segun los hechos la policia ataco la Raza en el distrito Chicano. Aparte de asesinar a Luis, la policia tambien arresto 62(?)…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

[emblem] ESCUELA TLATELOLCO..Denver, Col. Marzo 17, 1973...La ESCUELA TLATELOLCO fue destruida por una bomba que segun se puede deducir, fue colocada afucena(?) del edificio. El proximo dia el resto del edificio fue demolido por la policia de Denver. El pretesto fue, que la escuela era un peligro para la gente. Segun los datos preliminares, la…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fanfare, v. 2, issue 1, whole no. 7, August 1941

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fanfare ix ii Whew! Let's call a halt. The answer to the space hound problem which appeared in the #5 PLUTO is: Having flown (?) for two hours, the spacehound traversed a total distance of ten billion miles. And so, while whispering in your ear that E. Waldo Hunter is Theodore Sturgeon and Jane Rice is possibly one or both of the book…

1972-03-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: 'UI Faculty Senate Will Probe Herrnstein Case'

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-03-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: 'UI Faculty Senate Will Probe Herrnstein Case'

UI FACULTY SENATE WILL PROBE HERRNSTEIN CASE The University of Iowa Faculty Senate will investigate circumstances surrounding the demonstration against Harvard psychologist Richard J. Herrnstein Feb. 26 which resulted in Herrnstein refusing to speak as scheduled. UI Provost Ray L. Heffner announced the faculty investigation early this afrernoon…

1971-02-11 Daily Iowan Article: ""Students to Face Regents""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-11 Daily Iowan Article: ""Students to Face Regents""

DI 2/11/71 Future Actions Decided in Evening Meeting- Students to Face Regents By LYNNE JOSLIN Daily Iowan Reporter The programs of action decided upon in the nine workshops held Wednesday afternoon were revealed to a mass meeting of approximately 500 students in the Union New Ballroom Wednesday night. As a result of the mass meeting, three…

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 6

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 6

Written the morning after, May 9, 1970 By Lois Muehl Chairman of Rhetoric Reading Lab The University of Iowa EPITAPH FOR " BIG PINK" The second floor office where I hold conferences with University of Iowa students of Rhetoric is one small cubicle in a long pink classroom barracks called O.A.T., next to the Crandic ( Cedar Rapids and…

1965-10-25 Des Moines Register Clipping: ""U of I Raked For Allowing Student Protest"" Page 1

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Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

1965-10-25 Des Moines Register Clipping: ""U of I Raked For Allowing Student Protest"" Page 1

U. of I. Raked For Alllowing Viet Protst 10-25-65 (The Register's Iowa News Service) CEDAR FALLS, IA.- In a letter to University of Iowa President Howard Bowen former Republican State Representative Chester Hougan of Cedar Falls harshly criticized the university for allowing the recent Viet Nam protests to be held on campus. "Mary of…

1969-11-19 Student Activities Bulletin Office of Student Affairs Page 5

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University of Iowa Student Activities Bulletin, 1967-1970

1969-11-19 Student Activities Bulletin Office of Student Affairs Page 5

November 19, 1969 STUDENT ACTIVITIES BULLETIN Page 5 A REFERENCE AND CONSULTING SYSTEM The Office of Student Activities recently received a brochure from the Student Campus Improvement System of Davis, California. For your information THE BULLETIN publishes here a listing of the service offered by this company. REFERENCE SYSTEM: The Student…

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National Fantasy Fan, v. 9 , issue 6, December 1950

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REPORT TO THE MEMBERSHIP A Message From - [signed] Rick Smeary President N3F [large illustration of a reptile-like woman firing a laser gun, while sitting on top of a spaceship. Signed by artist Dea in lower right corner.] Fellow Members: As I write this the results of the election are not yet out, but it is a good time for a little end of the…

1970-12-31 Des Moines Register Article: ""File Objection To Mass Trial""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-31 Des Moines Register Article: ""File Objection To Mass Trial""

DMR 12/31/70 FILE OBJECTION TO MASS TRIAL By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA.—Defense lawyers for the so-called "Iowa City 210" have filed motions in police court here requesting that persons arrested in last May's anti-war disorders be given separate trials. The 210 defendants–all charged with disorderly conduct…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

Page 110

July 1935 We met July 23-1935 at the home of Mrs. Ed Lincoln Jr. at 1900-4th ave., with a program and a potluck picnic. The president, Miss Butler, presided. The song, this is my father's world, was sung; Devotions were by Mrs. Robert Lincoln, who read about the [plowman?] tries to keep his rows straight by looking at a fence post, he must…

1964-08-27 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1963-1966

1964-08-27 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

-2- All persons who sent pie pans, cake dishes, bowls or other utensils will have them returned, soon. Please be patient, and thank you! DON'T FORGET! YOU CANNOT VOTE IF YOU AREN'T REGISTERED! NOTICE!!! The first in a series of 'Just for Fun' meetings will be held this Friday nite at 8PM at the Harper farm. These meetings will…

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Edna Griffin biographical information, 1998

Historic Site Civil Rights Victory Katz Drug Store July 7, 1948 At this site where Katz Drug Store once stood, on July 7, 1948 at 3:45 p.m. Edna Griffin, her infant daughter Phyllis, John Bibbs and Leonard Hudson entered the store and ordered ice cream at the lunch counter. The manager refused to serve them, saying " It is the policy of…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

Page 127a

March 1936 -- (continued) Life membership "so highly". She was conscientious, faithful; sweet? Miss Butler said she had called there three weeks ago. At the Business Session: Minutes of the Feb. Meeting were read and accepted. We note that Edna Sherman had investigated to see if the Union Signal had been [calling? caring?] still to the…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

Page 93

93 November 1934 The Woman's Christian Temperance Union met Nov. 20, 1934 with Mrs. J. H. T. Main and Mrs. Rose Goodwin. Devotions were by Mrs. E. M. Kearney. The guest artist, Miss Annette Popma, sang "My Task." About 25 were present. The group sang "This is My Father's World." Minutes of the Sept. meeting were…

1969-10-16 Daily Iowan Article: ""University Pauses for Moratorium"" Page 4

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Student protests, 1969

1969-10-16 Daily Iowan Article: ""University Pauses for Moratorium"" Page 4

"University pauses..." 4 (of 4) DI Oct. 16, 1969 Ed Hoffmans, former draft counselor and University of Northern Iowa instructor, who received occasional boos for saying he thought it would be the National Liberation Front (NFL) and not the antiwar movement that would get American troops our of Vietnam. He said the purpose of the antiwar…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

-8- Native Nations of this land will never be citizens of the United States. We are forever seperate, Nations, carrying treaties with the United States Government. This is what must be understood. My people do not enjoy the civil rights that others enjoy, court records will prove this, the life expenctancy of my people will prove this, our drop…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] 11/2/67 Peace Keeper Started Day With Trouble By TED HENRY John Evenden, A2 Granite City, Ill. who stands 6 feet 3 inches, began Wednesday as a leader of the counter-demonstrators and later emerged as one of those trying to prevent violence. About 10 a.m. Evenden and four or five others went over the heads of the arm-locked…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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Confrontation Contrary to sensational headlines in newspapers across the state, World War III has not erupted on the campus of The University of Iowa. But there can be no denying that the headlines indicate that the University is by no means immune to a common phenomenon plaguing campuses throughout the nation - civil disobedience manifested in…

Tangen Christmas Letter, 1967

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May Tangen Christmas Letters, 1961-1974

Tangen Christmas Letter, 1967

TANGEN'S TRIBUNE 1967 To Jo, John, Kirk, Becky + Natalie-- as of September 1, 1967, I am leaving Iowa City to go to Rust College in Holly Springs, Mississippi, to be one their librarians. This, I feel, is how God would use his servant, how Jesus would use his body, the Church, the Christian, me, to show his love for his people. This is the…

1967-07-13 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 2

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1967-1970

1967-07-13 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 2

2 I sought my soul, But my soul I could not see. I sought my God, But my God eluded me. I sought my brother, And I found all three. Negroes across the country feel that the NAACP is the civil rights group "doing the most to help Negroes," according to the results of a recent survey. The opinion poll, conducted by the University of…

1971-03-11 Daily Iowan Article: ""Proposed Punishments 'Expected'""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-11 Daily Iowan Article: ""Proposed Punishments 'Expected'""

DI 3/11/71 DIA Protesters React to Suggestions - Proposed Punishments 'Expected' By JUDY SCHULTZ Daily Iowan Reporter Reactions varied on the recommendations by University of Iowa administration hearing officer Theodore Garfield on the fate of the 10 persons involved in the December sit-in at the Placement Office. Garfield…

1972-05-14 Des Moines Register Article: ""Patrol Leaves Iowa City Area""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-14 Des Moines Register Article: ""Patrol Leaves Iowa City Area""

DMSR 5/14/72 PATROL LEAVES IOWA CITY AREA ( The Register's Iowa News Service) IOWA CITY, IA - The 200 Iowa Highway patrolmen stationed in Iowa City since last Tuesday to quell antiwar demonstrations left for home Saturday. The Emergency Operations Board, a joint law-enforcement command agency, was deactivated by Gov. Robert Ray about 10…

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1964

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-2- All persons who sent pie pans, cake dishes, bowls or other utensils will have them returned, soon. Please be patient, and thank you! DON'T FORGET! YOU CANNOT VOTE IF YOU AREN'T REGISTERED! NOTICE!!! The first in a series of "Just for Fun" meetings will be held this Friday nite at 8PM at the Harper farm. These meetings will…

1971-05-07 Iowa City Press-Citizen Deitorial: ""Up to Students""

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-07 Iowa City Press-Citizen Deitorial: ""Up to Students""

IOWA CITY PRESS-CITIZEN Editorial Page Friday, May 7, 1971 Up to Students Wednesday night's rain-dampened outburst demonstrated once again that it doesn't take much to draw a crowd in Iowa City. It proved, too, that protected by the anonymity of a crowd, a few people will act in such a way as to damage others, not only businessmen but…

1968-04-18 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 1

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1967-1970

1968-04-18 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 1

Fort Madison, Branch OF THE National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NEWSLETTER APRIL 18, 1968 Fort Madison, Iowa 52627 REGULAR MEMBERSHIP MEETING! SUNDAY - APRIL 21, 1968 CITY HALL - 8th St. at Avenue E 5:30 PM PLEASE bring along or turn in the question slips about the change of meeting time. The final decision will be made at…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 20

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 20

16 Pro-Strike Instructors Teaching Assistants meeting May 12, passed a resolution urging a campus-wide referendum on the status of ROTC at the University of Iowa. They also passed a resolution encouraging teaching assistants to base all final grades on the grade attained as of May 3 for all students. At the meeting in Shambaugh Auditorium, the TAs…

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Keith-Albee Collection

Keith-Albee managers' report book, September 4, 1905 - April 23, 1906

Page 220

220 Cleveland show, week of March 19th, '06. (H. A. DANIELS.) NOTE---Miss Louise Dresser was called to Detroit on account of sickness (so she said.) She will not work this week. Jack Norworth may follow later in the week. Julian Eltinge was sick in Buffalo, and does not want to work this week. He is doing but 7 min., has cut out all his…

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1967

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2 I sought my soul, But my soul I could not see. I sought my God, But my god eluded me. I sought my brother, And I found all three. Negroes across the country feel that the NAACP is the civil rights group "doing the most to help Negroes," according to the results of a recent survey. The opinion poll, conducted by the University of…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1928-1976

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1913 The July meeting of the Christian Temperance Union was held at the home of Mrs Eighme. The President opened the meeting by reading the 34 psalm an offering prayer. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Mrs Hill not being present Mrs Stocks told of the float we had in the parade July 4. Mrs Drine kindly helped in this work. Mrs…

1972-02-22 Daily Iowan Article: 'Teach-in blasts Herrnstein'

Social Justice

Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-02-22 Daily Iowan Article: 'Teach-in blasts Herrnstein'

DI 2/22/72 Teach-in blasts Herrnstein Richard J. Herrnstein, author of an article on a theory of intelligence, was the subject of a teach-in on racist ideology, Monday night at the University of Iowa Chemistry Building. The meeting was first in a series of events scheduled by the local Worker-Student Alliance Action Group to explore the…

1970-12-17 Des Moines Register Article: ""Charge 10 Broke Regents Rules in Sit-in at U of I""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-17 Des Moines Register Article: ""Charge 10 Broke Regents Rules in Sit-in at U of I""

DMR 12/17/70 Charge 10 Broke Regents Rules in Sit-in at U of I By a Staff Writer IOWA CITY, IA - Ten persons - including seven University of Iowa students - have been charged by U of I officials with violating university antidisruption rules in connection with the Dec. 9 sit-in at the U of I placement office. In addition, the radical Students…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 1/20/67 CIA Interviews Increase By Half By BRUCE MOST Staff Writer [handwritten] 1/20/67 It's getting more difficult these days to decide who is recruit more students - the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or the students protesting against the CIA recruitment on campus. Miss Helen M. Barnes, director of the Business…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 7, March 1934

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108 THE FANTASY FAN March, 1934 HOW TO WRITE A WEIRD TALE by Hoy Ping Pong Unlike its sister, the science fiction story, the weird tale needs a plot. To go about this, select the plot which has been used most since 1926 and write your tale around it. I said around. Don't touch the plot itself; editors won't stand for that! …

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy Amateur, v. 8, issue 1, September 1944

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STATEMENT OF THE HISTORICAL CO-ORDINATOR By Donald A. Wollheim The office of Historical Co-ordinator was created to try to get together all the documents and official papers of the FAPA into one spot. To try to create a repository for FAPA history. Somehow it does not seem proper that old ballots, for instance, should somehow be dumped in some…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 32

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 32

28 Townspeople Iowa Citians expressed varying reactions to the recent campus disturbances at the University of Iowa. A dominant reaction was the disgust with the destruction of University property. However thoughts varied from "It's just a Communist plot." to "I feel it is sincere and mostly peaceful demonstration against the…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Gilbert Haugen correspondence on women's suffrage, 1894

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2 Haggs among the women and allow me to state right here that we have had two public discussions and last Monday night there was not standing room in the Oppera hall 5 or 6 speakers on each side and we made it interesting for those Womans Suffragists. People have come to me every day this week thanking me for raising my voice in protest of this…

1972-05-04 Des Moines Register Photo: ""'Jesus People' at Old Capitol"" Page 2

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-04 Des Moines Register Photo: ""'Jesus People' at Old Capitol"" Page 2

DMR May 4, 1972 p. 2 (of 2) 'Jesus People' Displace Protesters on Pentacrest By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA.—With some veteran campus radicals looking on from the sidelines, a group of University of Iowa students massed in front of Old Capitol here Wednesday noon, proclaiming they know the key to world…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Comet, v. 1, issue 2, March-April 1941

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THE COMET PAGE 15 [[underline]]A REVELATION ACTUARY SPEAKS[[end underline]] There are numerous facts herein disclosed, which will bring cries of protest from many a throat; cries of liar from many a lip; and, what is more, moans of worry from many an individual's name listed below. However, the few thoughtful fans we have sit…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 45

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 45

At a rally a friend of mine and I were sitting on the fringes talking. As our conversation turned to the bombing incidents at the men's dorms, another guy joined our conversation. He was young-looking, a long-haired kid, wiht typical hyperstimulated actions of a person on speed. Saying that he was speeding and that he was really " out of…

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Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1968

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Fort Madison, Branch OF THE National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NEWSLETTER APRIL 18, 1968 Fort Madison, Iowa 52627 REGULAR MEMBERSHIP MEETING! SUNDAY - APRIL 2, 1968 CITY HALL - 8th St. at Avenue E 5:30 PM PLEASE bring along or turn in the question slips about the change of meeting time. The final decision will be made…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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10 VOICE OF THE all manner of satisfying acts--nothing cosmic, or world shaking about them, but still thoroughly satisfying. The stf-less fan, on the other hand, is merely batting his head against the brick wall of human indifference. "Emerging" may be a necessary stage in our personal evolutions, but we will undoubtedly be happier…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Rocket, v. 1, issue 1, March 1940

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24 the old ROCKET ship. Mirandi: Lose the old ROCKET ship! -- Why Silas, we've lived here all our lives, and it was right here in this very air-lock that our little Esmereldi was born. -- Oh Silas, it seems like only yesterday that she left, to go to the fifth Galactic University to seek her success. VOICE: Oh yea! She's probably…

1965-10-16 Chester Hougen to President Howard R. Bowen Page 1

Social Justice

Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

1965-10-16 Chester Hougen to President Howard R. Bowen Page 1

"OUR LIBERTIES WE PRIZE AND OUR RIGHTS WE WILL MAINTAIN" CHESTER O. HOUGEN STATE REPRESENTATIVE Chairman, Legislative Research Committee 3215 WATERLOO ROAD CEDAR FALLS, IOWA House of Representatives STATE OF IOWA Sixtieth General Assembly STATE HOUSE Des Moines 19, Iowa COMMITTEES _______ PRINTING,…

1966-06-16 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1963-1966

1966-06-16 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

-2- in the eyes of the world! 'Whatsoever disunites man from God - disunites man from man. - Burke The NAACP supports the objectives of James Meredith's March! Following is a statement which was issued by Roy Wilkins, Executive Director of the NAACP, on June 10th as set forth by James Meredith. 'The single overriding issue in the…

Tangen Tribune Christmas Greetings Page 2

Social Justice

May Tangen Christmas Letters, 1961-1974

Tangen Tribune Christmas Greetings Page 2

KNOW WHERE my backing of George Mcgovern belongs in the Fruits of the Spirit: his candidacy was the answer to our years of prayer for peace, and answer to our concern or underprivileged people. BUT WHERE DOES MY MEMBERSHIP in the American Association of University Womenbelong in Paul's categories? Formerly, in other jobs, I scorned it as…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Voice of the Imaination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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all manner of satisfying acts--bnothing cosmic, or world shaking about them, but still thoroughly satisfuing. The stf-less fan, on the other hand, is merely batting his head against the brick wall of human indifference. "Emerging" may be a necessary stage in our personal evolutions, but we will undoubtedly be happier if we remain int he…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 36

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 36

32 student representatives for the University. But he said he ahd talked with the student body presidents from the three universities and that they had offered " not one constructive suggestion." George Hillery, professor of sociology, then defended the university's faculty concerning contracts which would designate the amount of…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Catalyst, issue 1, January 1943

Page 5

"You young people have lived together compatibly for slightly over seven months?" Solomon persisted. "Yes, sir." "And now you are going to have a baby." Solomon beamed. "Your case has been fully investigated," he said. "There is no legal reason why you should not be united for life. If you will sign…

1971-02-05 Des Moines Register Article: U Of I Hearing Turns Forum""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-05 Des Moines Register Article: U Of I Hearing Turns Forum""

Des Moines Register Fri., Feb. 5, 1971 Page 6 U of I Hearing Turns Forum By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA- A hearing into a Dec. 9 sit-in at the University of Iowa (U of I) placement office began here Thursday, and it was difficult to determine who is on trial- 10 campus militants accused of violating U of I conduct rules, or…

1973-04-14 Keynote Speech Page 10

Social Justice

Chicano conference programs and speeches, April 1973-May 1974

1973-04-14 Keynote Speech Page 10

who refused and voted against changing their name to LULAC. To this day theirs is the only chapter in this nation that exists with the name, Orden Hijos De America. Marie Hernandez in the 1930's, along with Eluterio Escoban was getting 30,000 people in the streets of San Antonia protesting the same issues that the we would protest in the…

Des Moines Register Article: "Fired Editor: I'm Notorious"

Social Justice

Daily Iowan and Leona Durham controversy, 1970-1972

Des Moines Register Article: "Fired Editor: I'm Notorious"

(ca. 1970) DMR Fired Editor: I'm Notorious By Stephen Seplow (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA -- Leona Durham was having lunch in an Iowa City restaurant recently when a University of Iowa student approached her and asked: "Are you the infamous...?" Before he could finish the question, Miss Durham smiled and assured him,…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasite, v. 1, issue 3, April 1941

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fanta-notes By The Editor We did a considerable amount of experimenting with the mimeograph before attempting to run off any copies of this issue; hence the legible duplication. Quite a few readers evidently do not favor the change to mimeography, but we worked extra hard to make a neat, pleasing issue, and hope that we have not lost any…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

31858064848116_022-03

[handwritten] DI 11/2/67 p.3 (of 9) Demonstration - The Way It Was EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was written by a participant in the protest against Marine recruiters at the Union. He was arrested on a charge of disturbing the peace and was released on $25 bond. By DAVE MARGOSHES Copy Editor From the moment the demonstration began at 9…

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1972-1988

Fast organized for UFW cause DAILY IOWAN 1/30/75 By BILL ROEMERMAN Contributing Editor A group of Chicano law students are asking Iowa City community members to join them in abstaining from food for three days next week to support the United Farm Workers (UF) and protest UI's policy of serving non-UFW lettuce. The fast, which is being…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fanfare, v. 1, issue 4, October 1940

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FANFARE 11 THE MAKINGS OF A MISOGYNIST by Joseph P. Gilbert For those gentlemen who protest with much wailing and gnashing of teeth, that "Women run everything", the fan field would doubtless be a veritable paradise. It may be a…

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Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1966

Page 002

-2- in the eyes of the world! 'Whatsoever disunites man from God- disunites man from man. - Burke The NAACP supports the objectives of James Meredith's March! Following is a statement which was issues by Roy Wilkins, Executive Director of the NAACP, on June 10th as set forth by James Meredith. "The single overriding issue is the…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] 11/28/67 -Faster Expresses Opposition - 'In Jail to Arouse People' By ROY PETTY " I am here to express my moral opposition to the war (in Vietnam)." Pat Fishman wrote Friday, her handwriting noticeably shaky from weakness as she ended the third day of her fast. " I am 'sacrificing' five days…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Le Zombie, v. 4, issue 10, whole no. 45, January 1942

Page 16

16A Tommy Tomkins: "This will enter my formal protest against the incorrect spelling of my name in latest misconception of a fan mag, to wit, the Le Zombie for November & December, 1941. Normally, I would say that such goings on were to be imagined from EEEvans, but not "the" Tucker. However, inasmuch as anyone that reads…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI Nov. 2, 1967 Allaire Condemns Bowen's Actions To the Editor: Pres. Howard R. Bowen acted with astonishing irresponsibility on Wednesday and thus deserves to be compared to those police officials in the South who used vicious dogs against civil right's demonstrators. On Wednesday morning, on the east steps of the Union,…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasite, v. 1, issue 2, February 1941

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5....THE FANTASITE Another thing: I have given over the issue mainly to articles such as "The Future of Science Fiction", "The Minneapolis Fantasy Society", and "Argosy Fiction in 1940", with the thought in mind that this sort of material is enjoyed by all, and also that it gives a lot of good reading. I have…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Temper!, v. 1, issue 1,May 1945

Page 4

TEMPER! The Magazine of Social Protest Page 4 The precise nature of that difference is almost impossible to determine. On the surface, from casual observation, it would appear to be a greater degree of aggressiveness on the part of the male, and an augmented quality of patience or endurance on the side of the female. But these are…

1973-04-14 Keynote Speech Page 10

Social Justice

Chicano conference programs and speeches, April 1973-May 1974

1973-04-14 Keynote Speech Page 10

who refused and voted against changing their name to LULAC. To this day theirs is the only chapter in this nation that exists with the name, Orden Hijjos De America. Maria Hernandez in the 1930's, along with Eluterio Escobar was getting 30,000 people in the streets of San Antonio protesting the same issues that we would protest in the sixties-…

1942-10-19: Page 05

Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, September-November 1942

1942-10-19: Page 05

received good long letters from all of you; also a sentinel, sports sheet, application for absentee ballot. Thanks very much indeed. Ran onto reprint of an article from Fortune not so long ago devoted to the rise and growth of the U.S. as a nation. I gathered that the whole issue was dedicated to the same theme. If I remember correctly that was…

1971-04-21 Des Moines Register Photo: ""Block Bus at Iowa City"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-04-21 Des Moines Register Photo: ""Block Bus at Iowa City"" Page 2

DMR 4/21/71 p.2 (of 2) PRE-INDUCTION BUS BLOCKED By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA. - IN Tuesday morning's dawn, Randy Johansen - a 21-year-old University of Iowa senior from Hampton - boarded a chartered bus bound for Fort Des Moines where he was scheduled to undergo a military pre-induction physical. But before the…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] Di Nov 29, 1967 Senate Urges UI Not To Punish War Protesters By BETSY BECKER The Student Senate reaffirmed Tuesday night an earlier resolution recommending that the University take no action against the 86 students arrested in the Nov. 1 antiwar demonstration directed against Marine Corps recruiters at the Union. The Senate,…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

5 HARD LUCK TALE OR HARD ASS AMERICAN ?[[end underline]] A Mexican national with a history of psychiatric problems hijacked an airliner from New Mexico to Los Angeles, last Thursday, then surrendered his gun after telling newsmen called to the plane about problems of the poor and a story of his own. The man turned over the gun, which was unloaded,…

1972-05-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""A Tense Night at Iowa City"" Page 2

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-11 Des Moines Register Article: ""A Tense Night at Iowa City"" Page 2

serious charges. One is charged with arson and the other with malicious injury to a building, Meanwhile, a contingent of Iowa Highway patrolmen remained here Wednesday as a precautionary move in event of further disruptions coinciding with President Nixon's mining of North Vietnamese harbors. Only about 30 persons gathered on the Pentacrest…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantods, whole no. 9, Winter 1945

Page 4

page 4 EFTY-NINE to consider populations like those found in practice, which are simply classes of quantities measured all in the same units (for instance, the lengths of peapods from a field,or the number of divorces in successive years) ; or classes of pairs of quantities (for instance, the heights and weights of Army inductees). Instead, he…

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Editorials: ""Pleas for legitimate protests"" Page 3

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Editorials: ""Pleas for legitimate protests"" Page 3

-- Reprinted from Monday's Extra Edition of The Daily Iowan Senators reply On Sunday, May 10, Student Senate was called in special session to consider Presdent Boyd's statement concerning class attendance and the upcoming strike. By a vote of 20 to 12, the Senate passed Senator Bloomquist's resolution which expressed support for…

1965-10-26 Washington Evening Journal Editorial: ""Good Judgment by Dr. Bowen"" Page 1

Social Justice

Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

1965-10-26 Washington Evening Journal Editorial: ""Good Judgment by Dr. Bowen"" Page 1

The Washington Evening Journal since 1895 Tuesday, October 26, 1965 EDITORIALS THOUGHT FOR THE DAY Go ye therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit - Matt 28:19 The commission of Christ comes to fulfill our nature in the bond of the gospel. "And what is…

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Keith-Albee Collection

Keith-Albee managers' report book, February 27-December 11, 1911

Page 108

REPORT ON COLUMBUS SHOW, WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 11th., 1911 --- W.W. PROSSER. CORRIGAN AND VIVIAN:--- Man and woman in sharp shooting number which ran along well for an opener, winning applause at various points and finishing moderately strong. Terrace in 3, 13 minutes. SAMPSON & DOUGLAS:- Man and woman in potpourri of singing, talking and comedy. A…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 26

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 26

22 Boyd's Options During the disruptions at the University, pressure was put upon President Willard Boyd to close the school in protest of the war in Viet Nam. In a statement to the University community on May 10, President Boyd stressed that "the University must represent the interests of all, no matter what their stand on the war. We…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fan Slants, v. 1, issue 1, September 1943

Page 33

FAN SLANTS .... 33 yet we have long been aware that something of a rejuvenating nature was necessary in fandom, What it is, we are not sure; and some of us are satisfied merely to blame it all on the war, at any rate, most of us will agree thet the thing fandom needs most is a shot in the arm. We can't just blame it on the war and let it go…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 17

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 17

13 609 LOBBYISTS to D. C. On Tuesday evening, May 12, a suggestion was made by Dean Hubbard which has been formulated by a core of students. This group has begun to plan a trek to Washington D.C. to lobby for Amendment 609. At an informal meeting on Wednesday afternoon, Susan Boburka, Roger Weingarten, and Gary Goldsberry related to a handful of…

1994-11-10 Daily Iowan Article: ""Clashes recalled in Vietnam retrospect""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1994-11-10 Daily Iowan Article: ""Clashes recalled in Vietnam retrospect""

11/10/94 PANEL DISCUSSION HELD Clashes recalled in Vietnam retrospect Karl Hejlik The Daily Iowan Broken windows, injured police officers and lawbreaking protesters were among the remembrances of Iowa City during the anti-Vietnam war protests shared in a panel discussion Wednesday night at the Union. A group of eight panelists, ranging from a…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fanfare, issue 9, 1942

Page 30

30 strange interludes but as much as Oklahoma political campaign generates, which is plenty. He was probably proud of the turn of the phrase, but "Stop squealing, you little rat." truly reflected the state of his adrenals. This altho Wollheim to look at is a very quiet,self-contained sort of person. Lowndes' "We were much…

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Keith-Albee Collection

Keith-Albee managers' report book, September 4, 1905 - April 23, 1906

Page 250

250 Report on show, Keith's theatre, Providence, R. I., Week of april 23, 1906. (Charles Lovenberg, Mgr.) The bill is about as good as we ever played in this house. It was boosted pretty strongly in order to meet the opposition of Lillian Russell and a Vaudeville Company containing Rice & Prevost, Chevalier De Loris and some other strong…

1972-04-13 Article: 'Hearing on 2 UI Groups Over, No Action Taken Page 1

Social Justice

Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1972

1972-04-13 Article: 'Hearing on 2 UI Groups Over, No Action Taken Page 1

Hearing on 2 UI Groups Over, No Action Taken An early admission that the Worker-Student Alliance Action (WSA) group is the same as the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) set the tone for the University if Iowa disciplinary hearing today concearning the two groups. The hearing, which ended after only two hours, was held in the Johnson County…

1970-06-03 Report: ""Campus Tensions -- A Report on Iowa and Elsewhere"" Page 4

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06-03 Report: ""Campus Tensions -- A Report on Iowa and Elsewhere"" Page 4

-4- External These causes are viewed as being racism, military industrial complex, poverty and hunger, imperialism and the third world, police state, economics oppression, remoteness (for students) from power, misplaced priorities, Vietnam and materialism. The Committee then formulates ten ideas for consideration, the first of which asks for…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick diary of service in the U.S. Naval Reserve Air Corps, February 26, 1942-September 1, 1942

Page 097

Friday, July 17 At last we flew again - a dummy gunnery run. However, I piloted the tow plane & didn't learn much. Will probably start flying tomorrow. Finished Steinbeck's "Grapes of Wrath" It is course in language & episode, but realistic, and a tough protest against an unjust situation. The humor was rough but…

1970-11-15 Des Moines Register Article: ""Why Not Drop These Charges""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-11-15 Des Moines Register Article: ""Why Not Drop These Charges""

DMSR 11/15/70 Why Not Drop These Charges? Officials at Iowa City are having trouble with mechanics of arranging a mass trial for the 237 students (and several clergymen and faculty members) arrested on the steps of the Old Capitol during anti-war demonstrations last May. Each defendant may demand a separate trial. If most of them should insist…

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Hevelin Fanzines

FFF's Illustrated Nycon Review, 1942

Page IV

FFF'S Illustrated Nycon Review Page IV convention could negate the decisions of a former one (he refused to recognize the existing Nycon Committee and did not ask for a report on what progress had been made or what were its plans). Wollheim held that the existing Nycon Committee, of which he had been appointed chairman, was the legal…

1963-09-27 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1963-1966

1963-09-27 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

-2- The mayor DID call a meeting of the Human rights Commission. Such a group should be instrumental in greatly improving the living conditions in our community. Contrary to popular belief,...those who prosper and rule are not really 'well off' unless the problems which are vital to all citizens are considered. We are looking forward to…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Tycho, v. 1, issue 1, June 1942

Page 12

Page 12 TYCHO Another preposterous statement was that Joquel had left the club because of this. Joquel left the club because he considered it too social, and unstfictional at times, and not because of any absurd criticism. Let's see this mag cease with these poor attempts at mudslinging, and become a reliable newsy once more, whaddya…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy Fiction Field, June 1944

Page 3

Edgar Rice Burroughs - FACTS ON THE WORKS of EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS - Compiled by D.C.Richardson. The general magazine title of the book: JUNGLE TALES OF TARZAN in BLUE BOOK was "New Stroies of Tarzan". This series was published in 12 short stories with the same titles as the chapter headings in the book. TARZAN THE UNTAMED in RED BOOK…

1970-05-08 Daily Iowan Article: ""Arrests Made!"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-08 Daily Iowan Article: ""Arrests Made!"" Page 2

"Arrests made!" DI May 8, 1970 2 (of 2) Faculty Plans Vote on ROTC The University Faculty Senate will vote Tuesday on whether to abolish the University's R O T C program George Forell, director of the School of Religion and a Faculty Senate member, told about 1,000 persons at a rally on the Pentacrest early this morning. …

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy Fiction Field, June 1944

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Edgar Rice Burroughs ----- FACTS ON THE WORKS of EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS - Compiled by D.C.Richardson. The general magazine title of the book: JUNGLE TALES OF TARZAN in BLUE BOOK was "New Stroies of Tarzan". This series was published in 12 short stories with the same titles as the chapter headings in the book. TARZAN THE UNTAMED in RED BOOK…

Des Moines Register Article: "Fired Editor: I'm Notorious" - Continued

Social Justice

Daily Iowan and Leona Durham controversy, 1970-1972

Des Moines Register Article: "Fired Editor: I'm Notorious" - Continued

[illegible first line] was hired by the Board of Student Publications to be editor of the Daily Iowan, the student newspaper; then was not allowed to take over on May 11, the scheduled date, and finally, she was fired. Board members - five students and four professors - decided Miss Durham should not assume the editorship of May 11 because the…

1970-12-31 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Plea Rejected, Mass Trial Will Be Held as Scheduled"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-31 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Plea Rejected, Mass Trial Will Be Held as Scheduled"" Page 2

(of 2) "Separate trials asked for 210 'Protestors'" Press-Citizen—Wednesday, December 30, 1970 TRIAL From Page 1A for" in one motion challenging the informations. The city motion, filed a half-hour after the defense motions were filed Tuesday, seeks to amend the original informations, which accused each defendant of…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Temper!, v. 1, issue 1,May 1945

Page 3

TEMPER! The Magazine of Social Protest Page 3 LOWNDES AND LOGIC or: The Ladies' Lament Logic: 1) the science or art of reasoning; 2) correct reasoning or inference; 3) the systematic classification of thought in any branch of knowledge. Intuition: 1) knowledge based on insight or spiritual perception, rather than reasoning; 2) that…

31858064848116_056-03

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

31858064848116_056-03

[handwritten] DMSR Dec. 10, 1967 p.3 (of 5) Demonstration Decried by U. of STUDENTS --- Continued from Page One pointed out, provides some protection against Mace. The demonstrators seem not to have read most of the public opinion surveys on attitudes against the Vietnam war because, when they gathered, they made it clear that the…

1972-10-15 Des Moines Register Article: ""'The Glamour Of Protest Has Vanished'"" Page 3

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-10-15 Des Moines Register Article: ""'The Glamour Of Protest Has Vanished'"" Page 3

DSMR 10/15/72 p.3 (of 3) above water. Some are still around doing other things." Blake, who was active in a number of causes, said the calm is here "because the paranoia is gone that used to exist when you were either thinking about or doing something you knew was wrong but no one was after you. "Now, after the Watergate, the…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 1, Novermber-December 1938

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Page 16 FANTASCIENCE DIGEST seem to have slipped up. This story is by far the worst, written by them, that I can recall at the moment. When I turn to a story bearing the name Binder under the title, I have always expected and usually read a story that could be listed with the best efforts in the field -- but not this time. Better luck in the…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasmia, issue 1

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the doorway. As I got to the corridor that brain went "Barroommm;;; and the floor bucked up and down and the walls twisted and the roof cracked open like an earthquake had hit the place! Some people outside thought i had been blown out the front door, but it was just me running out of there as fast as I could go! "Well, I was examined at…

1967-11-16 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 5

Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1967-1970

1967-11-16 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 5

5 - There are many people who sit back...and stay so busy complaining and criticizing the activities of the civil rights organizations, that they don't have time to come out and participate so that they might help correct those things which they have decided are wrong. At the same time, there are just as many others who say they 'wish…

1970-05-08 Daily Iowan Article: ""SDS Claims 'Victory'; More Rallies Planned""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-08 Daily Iowan Article: ""SDS Claims 'Victory'; More Rallies Planned""

[Handwritten] DI May 8, 1970 SDS Claims 'Victory'; More Rallies Planned By JIM TOOMBS and KEITH GILLETT Students for a Democratic Society Thursday called the cancellation of Saturday's Governor's Day program a "victory" for the anti-ROTC movement. The group also stated that it would not be intimidated by a city…

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Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1963

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-2- The mayor DID call a meeting of the Human Rights Committee. Such a group should be instrumental in greatly improving the living conditions in our community. Contrary to popular belief,... those who prosper and rule are not really 'well off' unless the problems which are vital to all citizens are considered. We are looking forward to…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fanorama, issue 1, Spring 1946

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FANTASY CRITIC: I was unaware, until I read "Mars and the Monroe Doctrine". that science-fiction exerts such a profound influence of the great American public. I would like to find out what evidences the writer has to support his claims that the stf pulps could have been even an important minor factor in the wave of reaction to…

1970-12-15 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Trial Date Set for 208 Protesters""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-15 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Trial Date Set for 208 Protesters""

12/13/70 Trial Date Set for 208 Protesters By MARK F. ROHNER Of the Press-Citizen The cases of 208 persons arrested in a demonstration at the University of Iowa May 8 have been consolidated and set for trial here Jan. 4. Police Judge Joseph Thornton, who will try the cases, said this morning that a list of 208 defendants, all charged with…

1971-09-30 Press-Citizen Article: 'Local Peace Advocates Stage 'Induction'

Social Justice

United Campus Ministry papers, 1970-1972

1971-09-30 Press-Citizen Article: 'Local Peace Advocates Stage 'Induction'

[handwritten] PRESS CITIZEN Thurs Sept 30, 1071 [photo] CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE--Mrs. Barbara Merz of 1420 Kirkwood Avenue, a clerical assistant in the Johnson County Draft Board office, was caught int he middle when demonstrators encircled her desk to swear in board members for the "Johnson County Shadow Draft Board." The Rev. Roger…

1963-10 Racial Justice in Iowa Page 6

Social Justice

Cook's Point economic survey report, 1963

1963-10 Racial Justice in Iowa Page 6

LABOR Volume 25, No. 13 October, 1963 Racial Injustice in Iowa Let it not be though that there was no housing shortage in Davenport at the time of the threatened eviction of the Cook's Point families. It so happened that we presented evidence at previous hearings in connection with rent de-control. Despite the organized property owners of…

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Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1967

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5 - There are many people who sit back...and stay so busy complaining and criticizing the activities of the civil rights organizations, that they don't have time to come out and participate so that they might help correct those things which they have decided are wrong. At the same time, there are just as many others who say they 'wish…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Queens SFL Bulletin, v. 1, issue 2, whole no. 2, February 24, 1941

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Page Two QUEENS SFL BULLETIN Well, well, here we are again. The QUEENS SFL BULLETIN is published once again by Mr. and Mrs. William S. Sykora at P.O. Box 84, Elmont, N.Y. who are mailing it out to all members and friends of the Queens Science Fiction League, whose addresses they know. SUPPORT OUR QUEENS CHAPTER S.F.L.! Cont'd from First…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 2, October 1933

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18 THE FANTASY FAN October, 1933 trespass upon their dominions; and still others spoke of things all too hideous to be described, and of dire necromancies that prevailed in Antchar even as the might of the emperors doth prevail in more usually ordered lands. And the tale agreed only in this, that Antchar had been within mortal memory one…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Futuria Fantasia, v. 1, issue 2, Fall 1939

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RETURN FROM DEATH by ANTONY CORVAIS They were seated in his parked car, miles from the city, when Robert told Ellen: "I'll always love you, darling, forever and ever. I just can't help myself, and I don't want to." The girl nestled closer without reply. And if something should happen to one of us, the other would wait --…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] Cedar Rapids Gazette 10/21/65 p. 2 (of 3) Card Burning Is Protest On Vietnam, Smith Says (continued from Page 1.) -morial union Thursday night. He said he ha no idea what he was going to talk about. "Heartbroken" Smith's father, Frank, who operates a shoe shop in Marion, described himself as heartbroken and said he…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Le Zombie, v. 4, issue 1, whole no. 36, January 1941

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Published monthly by Bob Tucker from P.O. Box 260 Bloomington, Ill Le Zombie Second Anniversary Issue! Five cents a copy Six issues 25[[cent symbol]] Three-cent or 1 1/2[[cent symbol]] stamps accepted Vol. 4, No. 1 January 1941 Whole No. 36 - Editorial Dissertation at the Reader's Expense - Cheerio Chums: It is widely known that LeZ,…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Le Zombie, whole no. 44, November-December 1941

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9 LE Z LETTERS DEPT. educating fandom LeRoy Tackett: I have, according to my figures, been reading stf one year and a half. I've read letter sections, fanzines, etc. and now I open this big mouth of mine and yell in protest. You big name fans talk about stuff like "Yngvi is a louse." So I say ... who in hell is Yngvi? And why is…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Banshee, whole no. 5, June 1944

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28 * * * Banshee worth the expense of lihoing. Norton nude isn't bad, either. Liked the Gizmoe thing, too--the artist is obviously a follower of George McManus. FAN-DANGO -- To emulate the Rover Boys, "Hurrah for Slan Center!" I think Slan Center would be practical, but present plans preclude any possibility of my participating in…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasite, v. 1, issue 4, July 1941

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13 THE FANTASITE ings of this type is found in the "Intellectuals" of Skylark tales, especially in "Skylark of Valeron", which gives the clearest conception of them. The debate between "One" and "Eight" upon the relative merits of immortality and death is particularly recommended for consideration, for…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 1, Novermber-December 1938

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FANTASCIENCE DIGEST Page 19 magnificent moon scene-- perhaps one of the best s-f covers yet, by Robert Fuqua. Being carefully considered is a stack of swell manuscripts so that the story end of it will lack nothing. However, much lies between it and the stands, RAP points out. The size is not, as yet, decided (large size is not out of the…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Vampire, whole no. 8, December 1946

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few girls who has ever become a truly active fan; she participated actively for a half-decade or longer, and was noted for the stinging satires and straight-from-the-shoulder discourses which characterized her fanzine, The Nucleus. Russell Chauvenet was a top man in NFFF, a braintruster in FAPA, and probably the most cogent essayist fandom has yet…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fanfare, issue 9, 1942

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detours 23 these forms, including man; they are not permanent, but close and disappear at an early stage, normally.) As we think back over many of Heinlein's other tales, we can remember distinctly and by name only one of his characters (Joe-Jim of "Universe"), whereas a great many of his ideas impressed us, interested us, and…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Venus, v. 1, issue 1, June 1944

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-7- He appeared before me, took me by the hand and led me like a child to the crater wall, and touching the bare rock, opened a door leading into a long, dark passage. I was too paralized with amazement to protest or ask questions, but followed him down the passage to a large laboratory. He turned and faced me, his eyes…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1968

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[handwritten] DI March 12, 196_(?) [Claimed ? not shown] University Takes Steps To Punish Nov. 1 Violence One student has been placed on probation for acts of violence against demonstrators in the Nov. 1 anti-Marine protest at the Union, M. L. Huit, dean of Students, confirmed Friday. The office of Student Affairs is gathering information for…

1969-01 National Supreme Council Meeting Page 1

Social Justice

LULAC Glances, 1968-1971

1969-01 National Supreme Council Meeting Page 1

Lulac Glances National Supreme Council Meeting Washington, D.C., October 10, 11, and 12, 1968 Registration and reception was held in the Capitol Hill Room of the Dodge House Hotel. LULAC Nat. Pres. Roberto Ornelas opened the meeting at 9:30 a.m. The welcome address was given by the Honorable Raymond Telles and the response was given by Dr.…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] p.2(of 4) DI 11/4/67 [photo continued from previous page] The signing niversity for office on Jacobson Demonstrators Spill Blood, Give Petitions To Bowen by TED HENRY and SUSANN HOOVEN See Photos, Related Stories on Page 4 About 50 demonstrators splashed blood on the steps of the Union Friday afternoon. Then a group totalling up…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Southern Star, v. 1, issue 4, December 1941

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"-- THIS IS THE TALE OF ATZOR --" by -- Tennessee-- [[underline]]Art Sehnert[[end underline]] - Article - Michael William the Third, Grand Ruler of the Planet Zoltan, looked at the tense, expectant faces seated around the table with him. The greatest men of all Zoltan's three continents were gathered here to decide…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy Aspects, issue 2, November 1947

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584 E. Monroe St. Little Falls, N.Y. Fantasy Aspects Issue 2 November 1947 Editorial Let us lead off this editorial with a thank-you note to all the swell fans who wrote about the first ish. You seemed to like the idea of a reprint mag. Hope You like this issue. There are a few changes this issue. As you requested we have double-columened the…

1963-10-17 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1963-1966

1963-10-17 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

-2- the choice [[underline]] must be YOURS[[end underline]]! Election time is drawing near and everyone in the North is able to vote if they register, properly. Since we are in the process of fighting for ALL the rights which accompany first-class citizenship, we must take advantage of those duties which will help us! The power of the ballot is…

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Social Justice

Middle Earth various issues, 1967-1968

Page 12

Middle Earth page twelve [photo of marchers holding a banner reading "ELECTIONS: A HOAX"] So Mayor Thomas "I went to Harvard; it's a family tradition" Urban said, "If they want a confrontation, we'll give it to them." "They" were between 250 and 300 college students from around Iowa who marched in…

1972-05-02 Daily Iowan Article: ""Anti-War group discusses lack of involvement"" 1972-05-04 ICPC Article: "" March, Rally Set For Tonight"" 1972-05-09 DI Article: ""Turner, regents to discuss outcome of Ford case""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-02 Daily Iowan Article: ""Anti-War group discusses lack of involvement"" 1972-05-04 ICPC Article: "" March, Rally Set For Tonight"" 1972-05-09 DI Article: ""Turner, regents to discuss outcome of Ford case""

DI 5/2/72 Anti war group discusses lack of student involvement. The "Committee to End Computerized Death," meeting Monday night to discuss the lack of student involvement in their cause, decided to cancel picketing of the University of Iowa Computer Center because of rainy weather. No more than two persons picketed the center at any…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Western Star, issue 4, September 10, 1950

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the Atlantic to the Pacific, and that seemed to have some moral connection with Korea. Doc Smith announced that he was revamping the Storm Cloud (Vortex Blaster) series to make a full novel. He admitted that it was tough work turning disconnected short stories into a first class novel. (Were they firstclass short stories, Doc?) He is also planning…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Zizzle Pop, issue 2, November 1944

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ZIZZLE - POP An occasional sheet published for the Fantasy Amateur Press Associat' November 1944--No. 2 The Aimless Press Blame Chauvene OUR BELOVED EDITOR, Larry Shaw, hes promised a November postmailing with news of the special election, etc., and I am consequently getting out this issue of ZIZZLE-POP with the idea of being represented…

1971-11-16 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Student-Police Panel Discussion Centers Around Past Demonstrations"" Page 1

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-11-16 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Student-Police Panel Discussion Centers Around Past Demonstrations"" Page 1

P-C Nov. 16 1971 p.1 (of 2) - 'Not a Single Question' Raised About H Student-Police Panel Discussion Centers By MYRON A. KAUTSCH Of the Press-Citizen With the dark shadows of student-police confrontations looming large, local lawmen and University of Iowa students jousted verbally Monday night mostly regarding protest…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Agenbite of Inwit, whole no. 4, Spring 1944

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*************************** Agenbite of Inwit -- Spring, 1944 -- Page Eighteen **************************** ers edged toward the bar in anticipation, as Billiard strode up to Down-East Asimov who was tending. "Gimme a glass o' billiards," said Bok. Asimov looked startled for a second, and his little moustache quivered. "Hurry…

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Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1963

Page 002

-2- the choice must be YOURS! Election time is drawing near and everyone in the North is able to vote if the register, properly. Since we are in the process of fighting for ALL the rights which accompany first-class citizenship, we must take advantage of those duties which will help us ! The power of the ballot is undeniable and every vote counts…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy Amateur, v. 9, issue 2, Winter 1945-1946

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THE FANTASY AMATEUR Volume IX Winter 1945 Number 2 official organ FANTASY AMATEUR PRESS ASSOCIATION President: Norman F Stanley Vice-President: Bob Tucker Secretary-Treasurer: Al Ashley Official Editor: Jack Speer FAPA PRESIDENT'S MESS. February 1946 Be it known that the next mailing is to go out on 15 April, like the constitution says it…

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 1, whole no. 24, December 1941

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18 SPACEWAYS [[handwritten number 7]] BEACON LIGHT by S F CYNIC The Beacon's on Astounding again. We consider it the last outpost of genuine scientific fiction; that's why we feel so strongly about the 1941 letdown in quality. It's run by a man who knows science, who's interested in practically every phase of it, and w ho…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Agenbite of Inwit, whole no. 4, Spring 1944

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*********************************************************************** Agenbite of Inwit ... Spring 1944 .... Page Two *********************************************************************** There follow fourteen stories by HPL, most of which are fairly good reading, but, excepting "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward", few are…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Futuria Fantasia, v. 1, issue 2, Fall 1939

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[[illustration]] WORRY!!! [[signed B]] A newer, plumper Futuria Fantasia greets yu, with more articles, more value and less Technocracy! The reason for the scanty garb of our summer issue was TIME, that villain who holds his sword over all humanity. I didn't have time to contact various authors and fans -- and there was little time for…

1965-09-16 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 3

Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1963-1966

1965-09-16 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 3

-3- (from Birmingham, cont'd....) and dance. Two members of the Klu Klux Klan chose to sit in on one of the meetings and were detected and subsequently ejected, very quietly. Their appearance came as no real surprise...that they were not visible more often, was assuring! Despite the fact that large numbers of delegates were from out of the…

1970-11-13 Daily Iowan Article: ""The Muckraker"" Page 1

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-11-13 Daily Iowan Article: ""The Muckraker"" Page 1

(of 2) The Muckraker DI 11/13/70 "Sutton, do you really believe that higher education was invented to torment us?" "Of course not, Mingus. Universities were created to provide a sanctuary for mediocre minds." "You never give a straight answer, do you?" "The people understand parables only." "Glib,…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

Page 189

exactly what comprises allergies. For they are found to be so inextricably bound up with family trees, with individual constitutions, hand-me-down nervous systems, with chemistry and who really would venture to say what not? Whither they came and whither they grow, - that perhaps is an unanswerable engine still awaiting discovery. Who knows too…

1972-01-30 New York Times Magazine Article: ""Metamorphosis Of A Campus Radical"" Page 8

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-01-30 New York Times Magazine Article: ""Metamorphosis Of A Campus Radical"" Page 8

Bowen over tuition increases, suggesting they were to pay teachers who didn't teach. He threatened court action based on Lernfreiheit, a free EX-PRESIDENT - As student president in 1969. Boston's Jim Sutton promoted student economic power. He is "daddy" to the straights. dom to learn, which he explained to the dubious Bowen,…

1971-05-08 Des Moines Register Article: ""Clean Up After Iowa City Blast"" Page 4

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-08 Des Moines Register Article: ""Clean Up After Iowa City Blast"" Page 4

p. 4 (of 4 DMR 5/8/71 IOWA CITY--- Continued from Page One warnings of student monitors that police were waiting at the courthouse grounds. A half-block from the courthouse, Sheriff Maynard Schneider's riot-equipped deputies emerged to disperse the crowd. "Pepper Foggers" Two deputies carried "pepper foggers." Designed to…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1928-1976

Page 202

of accomplishments of the W.C.T.U. $5.00 was allowed for regular work $3.00 was allowed Mrs Jones for sailor and soldiers work $2.50 was allowed programs. A Memorial Membership was given to or presented to Mrs. F. B. Bump in honor of her sister Miss Harriet Buck County sec. Rev J. T. Frederick dismissed us after which refreshments were served…

1969-04-22 Daily Iowan Article: "Dropped Black Athletes Would Like To Play Ball"

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University of Iowa football boycott suspension newspaper articles, 1969

1969-04-22 Daily Iowan Article: "Dropped Black Athletes Would Like To Play Ball"

Dropped Black Athletes Would Like to Play Ball by MIKE EBBING The 16 black football players who were dropped from the team Friday indicated Monday afternoon teey would like to play ball for the Hawkeyes next fall. The athletes, however, contend that they have no intentions of playing football at Iowa unless their demands are met. A boycott…

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Vanguard Variorum, May 1946

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VANGUARD VARIORUM James Blish: ( . . .) JOE'S JOTTINGS: I cannot but agree that my sponsoring of PETULANT was an error. Apparently so serious-minded a group as Vanguard finds mockery the hardest kind of criticism to take...My rating of Joe deserves an addendum this trip: as Judy has noted, he is a master of the south...To Vanguardifs…

1971-05-16: ""Des Moines Register Article: ""The 'Sheep' At U of I""

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-16: ""Des Moines Register Article: ""The 'Sheep' At U of I""

The 'Sheep' at U of I Over the Coffee It has become the fashion among college students of outraged social conscience to refer to police as "pigs, " the idea being that the police officers are sub-humans of swinish sensibilities. It's difficult to comprehend what such juvenile name-calling accomplishes, but since they…

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Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1965

Page 003

3 - ( from Birmingham, cont'd....) and dance. Two members of the Klu Klux Klan chose to sit in on one of the meetings and were detected and subsequently ejected, very quietly. Their appearance came as no real surprise...that they were not visible more often, was assuring! Despite the fact that large numbers of the delegates were from out of…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] Iowa Alumni Review Dec. '67, Jan. '68 to the President Phil E. Connell who attempted to calm the crowd which by this time had swelled to some three hundred persons. The crowd was not to be dissuaded, however, and by 2 p.m. key law enforcement officers observing at the scene decided to move in. And move in they did some 150…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Le Zombie, Special Convention Issue, 1939

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READ THIS FIRST, DEPT: This of course is page two of the Special Convention issue of LE ZOMBIE, the glorious, the divine, the nertz! All of the pages published in this issue are by Bob Tucker, P. O. Box 260, Bloomington, Illinois - which is as usual; and the wire staples holding the pages together are given you thru the courtesy of Cosmic…

1969-04-24 Daily Iowan Article: "Black Gridder Fight Left in Nagel's Hands"

Social Justice

University of Iowa football boycott suspension newspaper articles, 1969

1969-04-24 Daily Iowan Article: "Black Gridder Fight Left in Nagel's Hands"

DI April 24,1969 Black Gridder Fight Left in Nagel's Hands by CHARLIA COLE (See Related Statement Page 3) The Board in Control of Athletics issued a statement Wednesday that said it was trying to improve several conditions criticized by the Black Athletes Union (BAU), but at the same time reaffirmed its policy of leaving matters of team…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[2 photos] THE OTHER RECRUITER - David Grant, G , St Louis, dressed in the black cowl and carrying the scythe of the "grim reaper", as he has appeared around campus all last week, was one of about 25 picketers in front of the Union Monday protesting the presence of recruiters from Dow Chemical Co., makers of napalm for use in the…

1971-01-04 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""All Mass Trial Cases Here Are Continued Indefinitely""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-01-04 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""All Mass Trial Cases Here Are Continued Indefinitely""

P.C. 1/4/71 P.C. 1/4/71 All Mass Trial Cases Here Are Continued Indefinitely By Mark F. Rohner Of the Press-Citizen The on-again, off-again mass trial of 210 protesters has been called off here -- indefinitely. Police Judge Joseph Thornton this morning granted continuances to 191 defendants -- after District Court Judge Ansel Chapman last…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 4, May-June 1939

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Page 20 FANTASCIENCE DIGEST December issue of WEIRD TALES." Several well-known science fiction fans will soon make their appearances in WT. Harry Warner, Jr., one of FD's best article writers, Willis Conover, Jr., and C. S. Youd, a British fan, have all sold poetry to WT. Arthur L. Widner, Jr. has marketed a…

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El Laberinto, 1971-1987

6 [Photo caption]LA GENTE MARCHE TO PROTEST TRIAL OF RAY MENDOZA LIBREN A MENDOZA Cuando se mudo el juicio de Ray mendoza a Sparta, Wisc., hubo una reaccion do protesta y coraje que esta creciendo a las demandas: Libre a Ray Mendoza! Fin a la Represion Policiaca! Con dos dias de aviso, cien personas hicieron una marcha en el edificio de…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

Page 131

Instantly and instinctively my flexed arm shot up before my face. My head was bent a clearly in a defensive attitude, a gesture as though to ward off a blow. Momentarily I pivoted upon my head and turned back down. "I am not going back up"! I stated emphatically and decisively, meaning every syllable. "Oh come now. We will close the…

1972-05-16 Daily Iowan Article: ""Two plead guilty here"" Daily Iowan Article: ""Arrest student for arson""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-16 Daily Iowan Article: ""Two plead guilty here"" Daily Iowan Article: ""Arrest student for arson""

DI 5/16/72 Two plead guilty here Two of 17 persons arrested in Thursday night's disturbance here plead guilty Monday to charges in Iowa City Police court. James Stepp, 18, 528 North Gilbert Street, had been charged with criminal trespass and Robert Matzner, 18, 5208 Hillcrest, with defacing public property. Each was fined $105. Trial has…

""Missions Accomplished"" Page 29

Social Justice

Publicity for the Burlington Self-Survey on Human Relations

""Missions Accomplished"" Page 29

Mission: A Ministry of Health HIGH ON a beautiful hill in Puerto Rico stands Ryder Hospital, looking down on a slum of wretched shacks. The people of this island have a tuberculosis rate double that of the States; eighty per cent of them have hookworm. Their diet grossly lacks all nutritional value save calories. For them, aside from the city of…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

Page 132

Being all but beside myself, my nerves perpendicular from the eerie din, I picked up the telephone receiver and called the registry. I uttered my very protest and interposed for the patients on the floor. "You are the only one who is complaining," came back the answer over the wire. "Oh I am, am I! Everyone else up is shuddering as…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1968

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[handwritten] DI Sept. 20, 1968 King, ROTC Programs Come Under NUC Fire A proposal to eliminate ROTC from the University and one asking an investgation of the criteria used by the University in selecting recipients of Martin Luther King scholarships were offered Thursday to about 80 graduate students and faculty members at the organizational…

1964-05-07 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1963-1966

1964-05-07 NAACP Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch, Page 2

*2* SELECTIVE BUYING: In support of the campaign process in the Metropolitan St. Louis, area, the members of the Region 4 Conference are asked NOT TO BUY the following Lever Bros. products! Soaps Dove Lux Lifebuoy Swan Detergents All Breeze Rinso Surf Wisk Tooth Paste Pepsodent Stripe Shortenings Spry Margarines Imperial Good…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

31858064848116_022-02

[handwritten] DI 11/2/67 p.2 (of 9) nd, 108 Canned owan People of Iowa City Iowa City, Iowa 52240- Thursday, November 2, 1967 [other half of photo from previous page] periodically with such eruptions, although the flavor of iolent. -Photo by Jon Jacobson Antiwar Protest At Union Erupts Into Violence By JOHN TEMPLER and SUSANN HOOVEN See…

1970-07-24 Daily Iowan Article: ""Students Hit For Spring Disorders""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-07-24 Daily Iowan Article: ""Students Hit For Spring Disorders""

"Boyd Boots 2, Puts 9 on Probation" DI July 24, 1970 Students Hit For Spring Disorders University President Willard Boyd suspended two students and placed nine others on disciplinary probation Thursday. Bruce Clark, A2, Iowa City, and Carmen Clark, A2, Iowa City, were suspended immediately until the end of the 1970-71 fall semester. The…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

Page 217

1944 217 June 1944 July 18, 1944. June 20 - 1944 - Met with Mrs. Watland. Mrs. Mitchell told about aprons. Mrs. Loose led devotions: "The Kingdom of Heaven is as a MAN traveling." Mrs. Mitchell said one of our good and faithful numbers had passed away, Mrs. C. S. George. Mrs. Mitchell spoke words of praise of Mrs. Hess and Mrs.…

Page 192

Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

Page 192

multitudinous activities and above all was able to stretch far enough to reach all the way around, ordinarily all went moderately smoothly without too much and too apparent staggering. The elasticity had to resist much abuse and did so without under demur. Amazingly the nervous energy and vitality could be made to cover far beyond the breaking…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy-News, v. 6, issue 8, whole no. 139, February 23, 1941

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Page Two FANTASY NEWS FANTASY NEWS is published every week By William S. Sykora. Address: P.O. Box 84, Elmont, N.Y, Editor: Will Sykora. Associates: Jimmy Taurasi, Sam Moskowitz, Mario Racic, Jr. Rates: 3 issues 10 , 8 issues 25 , 32 issues $1.00. Ad Rates: Full page $2, 1/2 page $1, 1/4 p. 50 minimum: (NO STAMPS PLEASE) NOTE: Please make all…

1971-01-02 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Cases Delayed for Half in Mass Trial Here""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-01-02 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Cases Delayed for Half in Mass Trial Here""

Cases Delayed for Half in Mass Trial Here Others Still May Appear on Monday 2A - Iowa City Press=Citizen - Saturday, January 2, 1971 By MARK F. ROHNER Of the Press-Citizen A mass trial of protesters arrested last spring still is planned for Monday, but the list of defendants has been cut at least in half. The trial had been delayed…

1963-10 Racial Justice in Iowa Page 10

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Cook's Point economic survey report, 1963

1963-10 Racial Justice in Iowa Page 10

LABOR Volume 26, No. 16A November, 1963 Discrimination and Davenport Mexicans, 1963 Recently pairs of St. Ambrose College sociology students ( Richard Vanyo, Michael Elwood, David Michalek, Michael Hughes, Thomas Consolati, Charles Theirgardt, John Schaffner, Vargas, President of Davenport's LULAC) visited the homes of the Mexican families…

1971-12-14 Compost Page 15

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Action Studies Program, 1967-1968

1971-12-14 Compost Page 15

POLITICAL ACTION VETERANS AGAINST THE WAR 351-7251 People who have learned the truth about the war as veterans. They have done mock search and destroy games around Iowa City, and provide speakers to any group. "Born in war; living since childhood under the threatened nuclear destruction; sent to fight, kill and die in a racist war with no…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] P-C 12/6/667 'Won't Tolerate Disturbances' County Attorney Issues Warning After Ui Melee County Atty. Robert W. Jansen today declared that local law enforcement agencies " will not tolerate any further attempts by large groups to create disturbances in this community." And Sheriff Maynard E. Schneider,…

Tangen Christmas Tribute, 1968 Page 1

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May Tangen Christmas Letters, 1961-1974

Tangen Christmas Tribute, 1968 Page 1

Tangen's 1968 Tribune to the Stanleys WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR! JANUARY - On the train coming back to Holly Springs after spending Christmas in New Orleans I had a thoughtful appraisal of my new work at Rust College and decided I wouldn't be elsewhere, that every moment has significance, that this is where God wants me to…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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Huit Continuing Probe Of Counter-Demonstrators [handwritten] DI 12//2/67 By MARY CLARK Counter-demonstrators who might have assaulted protesters in the Nov. 1 anti Marine recruiting demonstration are still being sought., M.L. Huit, dean of students, said Friday. Huit also revealed that 73 of the 86 students who were arrested in the…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 4, December 1939

10 Comes Joe Kueera again, but briefly: "Getting IMAGI~NATION was like getting letters from all the old guard fans I've heard about for years." The Voices of ExSPEERience: "Two items outside the letters get my goat. One is that notice on the back page, 'The 2d WEFC will be the 1st Democratic WSFC'. Would whoever…

1968-03-16 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 3

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1967-1970

1968-03-16 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 3

ATTENTION! From the Iowa State Employment Service National On The Job Training Program - (OJT) HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR 26 week on the job training Scheduled to start during the first three weeks of May Wages to be $2.25 a hour and up Prefer men 18 to 25 years of age but all interested are advised to contact the Iowa Employment Service Training…

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Germans in Iowa

Die Geschichte der Stadt Davenport (part 1)

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Die Ungarische Immigration. 417 nären oder sonst mißliebigen Bürger das Mißfallen öffentlich ausgedrückt wurde. In den Häusern vieler Freisinnigen - schüchtern nannte man sich wohl auch "Demokrat", - konnte man in Deutschland neben der Lithographie des Volksmannes Waldeck auch das Bildniß Kossuth's im wallenden grünen und roth…

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1964

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*2* SELECTIVE BUYING! In support of the campaign in progress in the Metropolitan St. Louis, area, the members of the Region 4 Conference are asked NOT TO BUY the following Lever Bros. products! Soaps Dove Lux Lifebuoy Swan Detergents All Breeze Rinso Surf Wisk Tooth Paste Pepsodent Stripe Margarines Imperial Good Luck Shortenings Spry Foods Birds…

1971-01-25 Des Moines Register Article: ""'Punishing' Campus Unrest""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-01-25 Des Moines Register Article: ""'Punishing' Campus Unrest""

Mon., Jan. 25, 1971 The Des Moines Register An Independent Newspaper Gardner Cowles, Chairman of the Board David Kruidenier, President and Publisher Kenneth MacDonald, Editor A. Edward Heins, Managing Editor Lauren Soth, Editorial Page Editor Lous H. Norris, Business Manager 'Punishing' Campus Unrest University of Iowa President Willard…

1971-05-13 Daily Iowa Letters: ""Police and Protests"" Page 1

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-13 Daily Iowa Letters: ""Police and Protests"" Page 1

" Protest/Letters ..." 1 (of 5) The Daily Iowan OPINIONS PAGE 2 , THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1971, IOWA CITY, IOWA Editor, Leona Durham, Managing Editor, Amy Chapman, News Editor, Lowell May, City-University Editor, Willard Rawn, Editorial Page Editor, Cheryl Miller, Photography Editor, Diane Hypes, Fine Arts Editor, Valerie Kent, Sports…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

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1954 Jan 19 report continued Jan 19 interesting articles from the State Champion taken from the Ceder [sic] Rapids Gazett [sic] Mrs Casand concluded with Chapter 3 from The Study Book on Alcoholism or Abstinence The Secretary was instructed to write a letter to The Grinnell Herald Register a protest to a Liquor add [sic] being published…

1971-05-18 Des Moines Register Article: ""'We're Not Sheep'""""

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-18 Des Moines Register Article: ""'We're Not Sheep'""""

Des Moines Register Wed., May 19, 1971 Page 22 Over the Coffee [registered] 'We're Not Sheep' Sunday's column on Iowa City's "sheep" has drawn response from a number of students and facuty at the University of Iowa—some of it favorable, some of it un-. Here are excerpts from a few of them, expressive of points of…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 10, Spring 1946

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FANTASY COMMENTATOR 265 are received, but we have proved only three-tenths of one per cent wrong in our enrolment, so we hope that the other members will forgive us. These members we expelled on June 12th. Their names are Donald A. Wollheim, John B. Michel, and William S. Sykora---three active fans who just got themselves onto the wrong road. The…

1972-05-12 Des Moines Register Article: ""U of I Rally Broken Up By Police""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-12 Des Moines Register Article: ""U of I Rally Broken Up By Police""

Iowa City, IA - Law officers used "pepper smoke" Thursday night to break up a march by about 400 protesting young people apparently intent on blocking traffic on busy interstate 80 north of here. A contingent of Iowa Highway Patrolmen, sheriff's deputies and city police dispersed the procession at the Park Road bridge about one mile…

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1967

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ATTENTION: From the Iowa State Employment Service National On The Job Training Program - (OJT) Heavy Equipment Operator 26 week on the job training Scheduled to start during the first three weeks of May Wages to be $2.25 a hour and up Prefer men 18 to 25 years of age but all interested are advised to contact the Iowa Employment Service Training…

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Germans in Iowa

Die Geschichte der Stadt Davenport (part 1)

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314 Die Geschichte von Davenport. nor, der Tod oder seine eigene Verschlagenheit die Zuchthausthore öffnete. In der Bevölkerung gab sich großer Unwille darüber kund, und in Rock Island wurden Protest- und Entrüstungs-Versammlungen gehalten. Baxter war im Zuchthause in Alton eingesperrt. Schon ein paar Jahre später hieß es, er leide sehr an der…

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 1, whole no. 24, December 1941

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SPACEWAYS 11 IF I WEREWOLF "All, or some? For instance, Lowndes and knight are admissible spirits, but do we want all the rest? Or just some of them, and if so, which ones?" This time Trudy though longer before replying. "We might try Koenig," she suggested,…

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Agenbite of Inwit, whole no. 4, Spring 1944

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Agenbite of Inwit -- Spring, 1944 -- Page Fourteen ********************************** almost everyone. That is the point I was making. Like the twelve-year old, smoking his first butt behind the bran, and getting violently sick, only to return against his own better judgement to smoking, in order to prove himself adult, so this imitative mass of…

1967-05-21 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 2

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1967-1970

1967-05-21 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 2

-2- Americans. They pay taxes, fight for the country and do as well as anybody else in meeting their responsibilities. And yet we tolerate shameful injustices which deprive them, by threats and by actual violence, of their right to vote and to participate actively in the affairs of the nation.... Here I can see you will protest. You will point to…

1999-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Readers share more memories of UI riots"" Page 2

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1999-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Readers share more memories of UI riots"" Page 2

Riots From 1B the war by attacking businesses, staging sit-ins to attract media attention, or demanding audience with the UI president. Several nights of vandalism and Pentacrest vigils followed. Persons recalled that many students and faculty members chose to square off against the university itself: "The emotions generated on campus led…

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Jupiter, v. 1, issue 1, May 1946

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[ILLEGIBLE] ? ED's. note: I might say, before you delve further that this little piece has nothing whatsoever to do with fandom or science fiction, as far as I can see. However, it is well written and interesting. I for one, beleave, that a fanzine should not be made up completely of fan doings etc. I may have arrived at this conclusion,…

1970-09-11 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 9

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Ain't I A Woman? newspapers, June 1970-July 1971

1970-09-11 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 9

Selling Out the People by AMERICAN DOCUMENTARY FILMS, INC A NON-PROFIT CORPORATION 336 WEST 84th STREET - NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10024 - (212) 779-7440 16 July, 1970 AIN'T I A WOMAN? Sisters, I read about you in Off Our Backs, and would really appreciate it if you'd put the following short blurb in your publication for us soon: AMERICAN…

1972-03-01 Daily Iowan Letters to the Editor: 'Reactions to Herrnstein' Page 2

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-03-01 Daily Iowan Letters to the Editor: 'Reactions to Herrnstein' Page 2

"Reactions to Herrnstein" 2 (of 2) DI 3/1/72 To the editor Along with the Hawkeye Chapter of the Iowa Civil Liberties Union, I would like to register my protest of the actions, of the S.D.S. at the cheduled Herrnstein lecture on Friday. In addition to the usual arguments of the S.D.S. abridging Herrnstein's right to speak and my…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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The Daily Iowan OBSERVATIONS AND COMMENT PAGE 2 WEDNESDAY,DECEMBER 6,1967 IOWA CITY, IOWA Irresponsible protest was unfortunate The action was here again Tuesday. How unfortunate it is that the action was not more responsible. A group of students and faculty which grew in size as the day progressed, roamed the campus disrupting the…

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Scientifictionist, v. 2, issue 2, whole no. 8, March-April 1947

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AN ANALYSIS OF HEINRICH HAUSER'S "TITANS' BATTLE" by Robert B. Langan Editor, Great Lakes Technocrat Amazing Stories for March 1947 presented Heinrich Hauser's most recent contribution to American science fiction. We read the whole story. It was a struggle to get through it, but somehow we did it. The story does not hold…

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1967

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2 - Americans. They pay taxes, fight for the country and do as well as anybody else in meeting their responsibilities. And yet we tolerate shameful injustices which deprive them, by threats and by actual violence, of their right to vote and to participate actively in the affairs of the nation... Here I can see you will protest. You will…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI ? 10/17/67 Local Forum Argues Legality Of Nation's Role In Vietnam [handwritten] 10/17/67 A disagreement on the legality of United States involvement in Vietnam highlighted the last two sessions of the "Vietnam: The Future" forum on Saturday. A debate between John N. Moore of the University of Virginia and Rich A.…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Fantasy-News, v. 6, issue 17, whole no. 149, May 12, 1941

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Page Two FANTASY NEWS FANTASY NEWS is published every week by William S. Sykora. Address: P.O. Box 84, Elmont, N.Y. Editor: Will Sykora Associates: Jimmy Taurasi, Sam Moskowitz, Mario Racic, Jr. Rates: 3 issues for 10[cents], 8 issues 25[cents], 32 issues $1.00. Ad Rates: Full page $2, 1/2 page $1, 1/4 p. 50[cents] minimum. (NO STAMPS…

1970-05-09 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Guard Called; Building Burns"" Page 3

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-09 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Guard Called; Building Burns"" Page 3

P.C May 9, 1970 3 (of 7) "Guard Called . . ." [2nd half of photo from previous page] ng for abut three hours before Another picture on Page 2A. (Press-Citizen Photo) Boyd Again Urges 'Calm And Reason' By Fred E. Karnes Of the Pess-Citizen University of Iowa President Willard L. Boyd called again for reason and calm early…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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as a very hard blow, and many a near-tear was to be seen in the eyes of the twelve attenders. I noted it all down in the minutes with a sense of foreboding, and for a while it looked as though I were right. Letters of protest and condolence began to flood Box 6475 from all over the fan field; and on the home front no one seemed to be getting over…

1971-05-13 Daily Iowa Letters: ""Police and Protests"" Page 5

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-13 Daily Iowa Letters: ""Police and Protests"" Page 5

Patrolmen were con icepersons had been eact to the crowd in in the Tribune was reader from viewinng rry Eckholt tells us, oughout the night bu e University of Iowa ounted many students he downtown section ven after they began the crowd until the unted? Where were nting the demonstra challenging them to lums, etc...? t page, because it is y…

1970-05-26 Newsletter: ""LULAC Glances"" Page 2

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LULAC Glances, 1968-1971

1970-05-26 Newsletter: ""LULAC Glances"" Page 2

-2- NEW HEADQUARTERS FOR COUNCIL10 Council 10 members have been very busy remodeling its new building. They have already fixed up the bar room and will be ready to host a social hour at convention time. The new club rooms is located at the extreme west end of Davenport where Rockingham Rd. ends and runs into a Y. The left fork runs into highway 61…

1971-03-25 Daily Iowan Article: ""'One false move and somebody is dead???'"" Page 2

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-25 Daily Iowan Article: ""'One false move and somebody is dead???'"" Page 2

rest of us then, half out of conscience half out of boredom. ... it's sunny, the sun catches the pillars, the bronze dome of the Old Capitol, it filters through the trees very delicately and some people lean out of the buildings all around and some walk by and some stand way back in the crowd that the guns had been pointed in the eyes of the…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION! #8 38 May 9 ONWARD ESPERANTO! by Erdstelulov. This month I turn my column over to Mirta Forsto who has prepared a translation from the Universalanguage of the new play per la mondfama[[?]] autoro de "Rosumaj Universalaj Robotoj". Raid[[?]] [[illegible]] WHITE PLAGUE by the worldfamous Ceskslovenska dramatist is a drama…

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United Campus Ministry papers, 1970-1972

Happenings in Campus Ministry - Back

-2- 16. Health Council: teach-in on "Health Care: Today & Tomorow" via Johnson CO. Health Council. Neraly 100 persons from University and community joined panel in exploring such issues as : HMO; right of health care, national health insurance, consumer role in health, team health concepts. Roger was elected President of Johnson Co.…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 12

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 12

8 exaggerate possible dangers." The institution (by election or coup) of a Vietnamese government unfriendly to the U.S. may have resulted in tangible disastrous effects. However, after intervention the odds are trivial. The military then points of the disaster that could have occurred as an answer to dissent. It is this turn of mind that may…

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Scientifictionist, v. 2, issue 2, whole no. 8, March-April 1947

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IT'S UP TO US by Jack Speer If there is any rightness in human aspirations, our Western civilization must be preserved. This is not said in worship of the status quo, but in protest at the many voices saying that the world is in such a mess that the A-bomb might just about as well wipe the slate clean for a fresh start. Before going further…

1972-05-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Highway Patrolmen To Remain on Duty in Iowa City"" Page 3

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-10 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Highway Patrolmen To Remain on Duty in Iowa City"" Page 3

(of 6) PRESS-CITIZEN IOWA WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1972 15 CENTS Remain on Duty in Iowa City Two patrolmen were injured two windows broken and three fires set with flammable liquids. Twenty-two young persons were arrested among them a North Liberty man, Mark Peters, who was charged with arson in connection with one of the blazes. The demonstration…

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Vanguard Variorum, May 1946

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VANGUARD VARIORUM 7 mailings, you are making an equally spurious, geographical judgment?... I protest your ringing-in of Germany at the tail end of yout objection, since as you well know from our last year's discussion with Kidd, I consider the war against Germany justifiable upon the basis of the "significant fraction" - that I…

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Fantasy-News, v. 6, issue 18, whole no. 150, May 18, 1941

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FANTASY NEWS SECOND NEWS SECTION Page Three [return to two-column] COMET LINE-UP Cont'd: RAY VAN HOUTEN SELLS FIRST STORY! Ray Van Houten, publisher, editor, and author of fandom's most unique fan sheet Van Houten Says, has clicked for the first time in a pro mag with his 7500 word short titled "The Legend of Mars". Says…

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Ladies Against Women, 1980-1983

L.A.W. Network

L.A.W. NETWORK Ms. JULY/AUGUST/1982 VOLUME XI, Nos 1&2 Massachusetts passed the E.R.A and look what happened HERE! Scum for Life. News of chapters in Boston, Cinicinatti, Cleveland, Indiana and elsewhere! ROSES not RAISES YOU'RE NOBODY UNTIL YOU'RE MRS SOMEBODY Misterhood is Po[obscured] CAMBRIDGE, MA - Women and others in…

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Latino-Native American Cultural Center newspaper clippings, 1972-1988

The dilemma of a black voter Kelvin Burton Should the black person vote for Jesse Jackson because he is black? I am black, i.e., African American. So what else is new? Not much, right? Well, before one answers the preceding questions, let us consider the 1988 presidential candidate race. For the staunch liberal, who almost always proclaims…

Literary Walking Tour of Eastside of Iowa City Page 8

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A Literary Walking Tour of Eastside Iowa City, Spring 1990

Literary Walking Tour of Eastside of Iowa City Page 8

would cut the walk short, go back to my own apartment and work till dawn." (C Blaise, "The Literary Life," North American Review, Dec 1984, p 60). Blaise was director of the Emory University Summer Institute and Festival of Writing in Atlanta, Professor of Humanities at York University in Toronto, and alternating professor at…

1970-12-24 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Conspiracy Indictments Dismissed""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-24 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Conspiracy Indictments Dismissed""

12/24/70 P-C 12/24/70 Conspiracy Indictments Dismissed By LINDA A. SVOBODA Of the Press-Citizen Conspiracy indictments brought with a great deal of sound and fury here against seven persons after an antiwar demonstration three years ago were dismissed quietly from Johnson County District Court Wednesday. Judge Harold D. Vietor, in his…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 11, Summer 1946

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FANTASY COMMENTATOR 295 "Ghughuism" endured a longer period than the alphabetical societies, but its tenets were never clarified, nevertheless. In later years when his associates appeared to follow his lead in fan affairs without question, many wondered almost seriously if Wollheim were not actually regarded as a deity in truth. The…

1972-10-15 Des Moines Register Article: ""'The Glamour Of Protest Has Vanished'"" Page 2

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-10-15 Des Moines Register Article: ""'The Glamour Of Protest Has Vanished'"" Page 2

DSMR 10/15/72 p.2 (of 3) Cite Some Concessions by Administration IOWA --- Continued from Page One get the sense that people are less uptight. It was not as though they were escaping the present, but more of an absorption of the postiveness of the climate on campus." Relaxed Feeling Engel and others - student leaders, faculty and staff…

1982-10-25 Daily Iowan Article: "Women protest male violence with park rally" Page 2

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Take Back the Night newspaper editorials and articles, 1982

1982-10-25 Daily Iowan Article: "Women protest male violence with park rally" Page 2

Page 6A - The Daily Iowan - Iowa City, Iowa - Monday, October 25, 1982 Charges Continued from page 1 " At that time about half a dozen women surrounded me shining flashlights in my face making it impossible for me to see or take notes," Severa said Sunday night. Severa said when he got up to move to the other side of the park, he was…

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 8

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 8

[advertisement] NOW AVAILABLE - The U of I Official Seal on this beautiful black, trimmed in gold, Northern Yellow Birch UNIVERSITY OF IOWA CHAIR LIBERTY No. 805 Height Overall 33 1/2" Back 18 1/2" Seat: Between Arms 191/2" wide 16 1/2" Deep 2" Stock SEND CHECK OR MONEY ORDER TO: UNIVERSITY OF IOWA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION…

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Horizons, v. 6, issue 2, whole no. 21, December 1944

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This is the December, 1944, issue of Horizons, regardless of whether the proposed change in mailing dates succeeded; its editor and publisher, Harry Warner, Jr., 305 Bryan Place, Hagerstown, Maryland, cannot let a transitory thing like a few Futurians and Larry Shaw upset the course of something that goes on forever, like the just referred to…

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Erebus, issue 4, 1943

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EREBUS he'd discovered that she was evil tempered and grasping, capable only of making his misery complete. All he had to show for his soul was ten years at an occupation he hated, a beautiful wife he despised, and a spacious mansion with all the trimmings that was so much ashes in his mouth. The Demon listened to Peterson's impassioned…

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Acolyte, v. 2, issue 4, whole no. 8, Fall 1944

tionally sharp blows; severing many fragments from his aggressor, who continued to fight with all his remaining members. The entire affair was reported by Mr. W. Lablache Talcum, his copy being revised by Horse Power Hateart. Throughout the event notes were taken by M. le Comte d'Erlette for a 200 volume novel-cycle in the Proustian manner,…

""El Papel Del Mexicano En Rectificar Las Injusticias Sociales"" [""The Role Of the Mexican In Rectifying Social Injustices""] by Ernest Rodriguez Page 1

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Ernest Rodriguez' "Impressions," 1960s-1980s

""El Papel Del Mexicano En Rectificar Las Injusticias Sociales"" [""The Role Of the Mexican In Rectifying Social Injustices""] by Ernest Rodriguez Page 1

E1. PAPEL DEL MEXICANO EN RECTIFICAR LAS INJUSTICIAS SOCIALES Para la gente de habla española de los Estados Unidos debe de ser de sumo interés los acontecimientos sucedidos en Washington durante la Marcha de los Pobres. Particulamrmente al saber que también los Mexico-americanos y los puertorriqueños tmaran parte en aquella protesta proletaria…

1982-10-22 Letters to the Editor regarding Take Back the Night Rally

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Take Back the Night newspaper editorials and articles, 1982

1982-10-22 Letters to the Editor regarding Take Back the Night Rally

22OCT82 D.I Women take back the night. Insensitive To the editor: I am surprised at the insensitivity of Derek Maurer's editorial " Take Back the NIght" (DI Oct.21) There are a number of reasons this rally is separatist. Women are an oppressed group and as such have been told they are helpless and weak. One purpose of the…

1970-05-13 Daily Iowan Editorial: ""Strike!"" Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-13 Daily Iowan Editorial: ""Strike!"" Page 1

(of 4) DI May 13, 1970 STRIKE ! [Line printed upside down] STRIKE To the Editor, from the peop Deploring, applauding SPI Board action To the Editor: I find deplorable the actions of the Board of Student Publications, Inc. concerning its recent decision to retain the editorship of Lowell Forte instead of allowing the new editorial staff, headed…

1969-04-25 Daily Iowan Article: "Black Players Ask Support Of All University Athletes"

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University of Iowa football boycott suspension newspaper articles, 1969

1969-04-25 Daily Iowan Article: "Black Players Ask Support Of All University Athletes"

ents a copy Associated Press Leased Wire and Wirephoto DI Iowa City, Iowas 52240- Friday, April 25,1969 Black Players Ask Support Of All University Athletes. by JOANNE WALTON Black athletes presently off the football team as a result of their boycott of spring practice last week called Thursday on other players on the squad to join in…

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen Articles: ""Protesters, Teens Clash Downtown""

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-13 Iowa City Press-Citizen Articles: ""Protesters, Teens Clash Downtown""

P-C May 13, 1972 Protesters, Teens Clash Downtown Several incidents between high school age youths and University of Iowa students resulted in the arrest of three juveniles about 2 a.m. today on charges of assault and battery. Thomas Crowley, police juvenile officer, said the number of clashes between youths and university students increased…

1970-05-14 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 2

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NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, 1967-1970

1970-05-14 Newsletter, Fort Madison Branch of the NAACP Page 2

-2- Rather it would be a revolution of the Right suppressing not only the black community but also curtailing the basic liberties of the total society. Repeated surveys and polls by reputable and impartial opinion testers show that this minority misrepresents the true views and aspirations of the majority of the Nation's Negro population. A…

1971-11-12 American Report: Review of Religion and American Power Page 18

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Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

1971-11-12 American Report: Review of Religion and American Power Page 18

14-S AMERICAN REPORT NOVEMBER 12,1971 'I'm Not Going to be Blind in My Patriotism' (Cont from p. 14-S) [italics] Many adults of your age have been in support of the war almost unquestioningly and have not understood the youth protest in regard to our involvement in Viet Nam. Would you care to characterize your position prior to…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 11, Summer 1946

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292 FANTASY COMMENTATOR necessary. Sykora walked up to Julius Schwartz, a member of the audience, and shook a fist under his nose as a gesture of defiance to the Fantasy Magazine group. Then with the aid of his comrades he chased Hornig from the platform. Producing a gavel of his own (one which later became famous, being wielded at many…

1970-09-04 Iowa City Oppressed Citizen Page 11

Social Justice

Iowa City Oppressed Citizen, September 4, 1970

1970-09-04 Iowa City Oppressed Citizen Page 11

Mexican-Americans Fight Against Racism At Oscar Mayer In Davenport for the past several months a determined group of Mexican-Americans has been engaged in a struggle to get jobs against racist employers at the Oscar Mayer plant. Some of those involved have been applying for jobs there for two years and have not as yet been given the chance to work.…

1971-11-12 American Report: Review of Religion and American Power Page 9

Social Justice

Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

1971-11-12 American Report: Review of Religion and American Power Page 9

AMERICAN REPORT 5-S "Allison was radical - if being young and bright and warm is radical. "Allison was radical - if having a sense of justice and a sense of honor and a sense of humor is radical. "Allison was radical - if having an pen mind and a great thirst for all kinds of ideas and opinions and points of view is radical.…

1971-05-14 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""City Obtains Injunction"" Page 2

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-14 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""City Obtains Injunction"" Page 2

' Prohibits Disruption' - "City Obtains Injunction" P-C 5/14/71 P.2 (of 2) City From Page 1A Iowa City police and Johnson County sheriff's deputies. After a melee Monday night in which bricks and bottles - as well as tear gas canisters - were thrown, the local authorities were moved back and the patrol brought in.…

1970-01-17 Daily Iowan Article: ""Boyd: 'I Don't Like Disruption'""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-01-17 Daily Iowan Article: ""Boyd: 'I Don't Like Disruption'""

DI Jan. 17, 1970 Boyd: 'I Don't Like Disruption' By KAREN GOOD Pres. William Boyd's move Thursday to reform the current University Judicial system was based on a "personal hang-up - I don't like disruption," Boyd said Friday evening. "I consider it a serious matter when students disrupt a University…

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Social Justice

NAACP newsletters, Fort Madison Branch, Fort Madison, Iowa, 1970

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-2- Rather it would be a revolution of the Right suppressing not only the black community but also curtailing the basic liberties of the total society. Repeated surveys and polls by reputable and impartial opinion testers show that this minority misrepresents the true views and aspirations of the majority of the Nation's Negro population. A…

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 30

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

""Iowa '70: Riot, Rhetoric, Responsibility?"" Page 30

26 ROTC Many of the recent campus disturbances this spring have been directed toward the Reserve Officers Training Corps on the University of Iowa campus. In April approximately 300 demonstrators successfully disrupted the Pershing Rifle Drill meet being held in the Iowa fieldhouse and a week later also disrupted the Joint Awards Ceremony…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 6, April 1940

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10 unfairness, the more friends each will lose...if either has any, any longer. I think they can count me out. ~~ Are you trying to kid some one? (Most definitely not.) I mean that bunk you addressed to STARTLING about its saying complimentary copies could be had for a 3c stamp. If you're going to publish the magazine at all, you have to…

1971-02-12 Des Moines Register Article: ""ROTC Office In Iowa City Is Ransacked"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-12 Des Moines Register Article: ""ROTC Office In Iowa City Is Ransacked"" Page 2

DMR—2/12/71 p. 2 (of 2) Name-Calling Exchange Near Dorms, Then Downtown March ROTC--- Continued from Page One about a dozen university security officers were on duty inside. Plans Announced Plans to demonstrate at the Pershing Rifles drill had been announced at an anti-war rally Wednesday night. University officials, however, were apparently…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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nator Arrested ent At Protest sday's Tom cused harge eam, niver- s re- Police ofes- iters pro- also ech- to a 16, eter- A3, edar ids; Roy ner, G, ler, G, owa ille, ria, ity; and .C. by- o; ry .; lo, y, k ia v; s; n- id 1, h : d , e d - - ] - ; - , Others arrested were: Ruth A. Pushetonequa, A1, Iowa City; Roger W, Oehlke, G ,…

1969-04-21 Des Moines Register Article: "Black Athletes Statement"

Social Justice

University of Iowa football boycott suspension newspaper articles, 1969

1969-04-21 Des Moines Register Article: "Black Athletes Statement"

Black Athletes' Statement The Black Athletes Union at the University of Iowa was released to The Register the following statement "to clarify the issues." concerning last Friday's boycott of football practice by 16 blacks: An open letter to the public: In regard to the existing situation at the University of Iowa, we the black…

1963-10 Racial Justice in Iowa Page 1

Social Justice

Cook's Point economic survey report, 1963

1963-10 Racial Justice in Iowa Page 1

Volume 26, No. 8 October, 1963 Racial Injustice in Iowa As part of our contribution to the forthcoming report of the Iowa Committee of the United States Civil Rights Commission it was suggested that we include some pages of the story of Davenport's contribution to man's inhumanity ti man, especially the Spanish American and the…

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Middle Earth various issues, 1967-1968

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WISCONSIN, How To Get Your Head Busted October 19 at the University of Wisconsin at Madison there was a non-violent sit-in demonstration to object to the University's sanction of Dow Chemical Co. policies by allowing them to recruit on campus. October 22, several people from Iowa City went to Madison and talked to students who had been…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1968

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acement Office Busy in the pro- e office's of- size the ad- work. The e called the lanning and areer Advis- Office, she o registered interviewed staff to find or' he was is qualifica- ake sugges- he best way oals. tudents reg- 6-67 season. eason is not rs and grad- to register. ce those are panies were i. fice staff is Barnes,…

1972-05-25 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Spring Disturbances Almost Like a Script""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-25 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Spring Disturbances Almost Like a Script""

P.C. 5/25/72 Air of Inevitability Preceded Protests Spring Disturbances Almost Like a Script By WILLIAM G. HLADKY Of the Press-Citizen With the advantage of two weeks of hindsight, this year's disturbances in Iowa City seem less out of place than a fact of spring. Like a script in a play, everybody followed his lines contributing to the air…

Article ""Drum Beats"" Page 1

Social Justice

Columnas, 1970-1971

Article ""Drum Beats"" Page 1

Drum Beats, by Lucas Castillo Hello my fellow Chicano wherever you may be. I invite you to place your right hand over your heart so you can perceive the throbs of your heart. Long ago those same throbs used to rhyme with the drum bears of the cultural peoples of the forest ---our ancestors. In order to stop running, we have to concentrate all our…

1942-07-17: Back

Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, June-August 1942

1942-07-17: Back

This morning we finally got started with a one hour dummy run. I was piloting the tow plane, dragging the sleeve about 100 yds behind, so didn't really learn much. We probably will start firing tomorrow. Since coming here I have had time to do quite a little bit of reading, and have enjoyed it more than at any time for six or seven years. Have…

1968-12-07 Article: 'SDS Stages Repeat Of Anti-Code Rally'

Social Justice

Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1972

1968-12-07 Article: 'SDS Stages Repeat Of Anti-Code Rally'

SDS Stages Repeat Of Anti-Code Rally By DUANE SWINTON Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), already threatened with disciplinary action for holding an unauthorized rally on Nov. 1, held another rally Friday afternoon which may result in further action against the organization and individual students. Friday's rally was staged o the east…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] p.3 (of 3) DI Dec. 6, 1967 Protesters Plan March On Union, Raise Bail Fund Demonstrators have scheduled a rally at 10:30 this morning at the Union Terrace to protest the presence of Marine Corps recruiters, alleged police brutality and University complicity in the Vietnamese war The demonstration was planned at a meeting of 300…

1971-05-28 ""La Raza"" Page 17

Social Justice

Columnas, 1970-1971

1971-05-28 ""La Raza"" Page 17

-17- experienced by the people are the language barrier, poor church attendance because of the lack of priests or Sisters among them, a high divorce rate and a high number of teenage marriages. In addition, a talk was given by Rev. Ralph Ruiz, director of "Padres". He spoke of the great concern to have a Mexican - American Bishop for…

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 4

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 4

[photo] panied by a rock music group. Roughly the same proportion of students who struck Wednesday continued to strike through Thursday. Rallies continued throughout the day. And President Boyd, saying he saw a strong possibility for bloodshed, cancelled the 89th annual Governor's Day ROTC observance scheduled from May 11. " It must be…

1941-05-08: Front

Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, January-December 1941

1941-05-08: Front

Thursday noon 5 - 8 -'41 Dear Family: This will really have to be short, and in all likelihood there will be no more until after exams. First of all thanks so very much for the watch. You are very thoughtful and generous as always but at the risk of appearing ungrateful I am sending it back knowing that you will be able to return it. …

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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THE DAILY IOWAN- Iowa City, Ia - Thurs., Nov. 2, 1967 - Page 11 - Letters to the Editor- Prof Blasts Trouble-Makers, UI Police To the Editor: There will be acute and perceptive reports of the events of Wednesday afternoon. I am sure reports both sensitive and angry which record the impassioned response of both sides in the unhappy fray. Nor am…

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Social Justice

Middle Earth various issues, 1967-1968

Page 7

Middle Earth page seven MEXICO OLYMPICO == 68 MEXICO CITY (LNS) Mexico Olympico is the graduation exercise of a Latin "Pygmalion" And everyone is holding their breath--hoping she will not fall on her face and reveal her bloody petticoats before the eyes of her international guests. Signs are all over the city, reminding her citizens…

1970-08-07 Daily Iowan Article: ""Injunction Testimony: More Protests in Fall""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-08-07 Daily Iowan Article: ""Injunction Testimony: More Protests in Fall""

Injunction Testimony: More Protests in Fall DI Aug 7, 1970 State and local law enforcement officials testified over objections from defense attorneys Thursday in a district court injunction hearing that information they have leads them to believe that disturbances even more severe than those in May will hit the University of Iowa this…

1971-02-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters Raid ROTC; One Arrest"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters Raid ROTC; One Arrest"" Page 2

2(of 4) ROTC; One Arrest noticed by the intramural basketball teams that were playing throughout the Field House, but they left shattered windows and scattered furniture in their wake as they moved into the inner court of Quadrangle Dormitory. Taunted by calls from dormitory windows, the marchers calmly regrouped in the court. A war-painted…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 1

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 1

PAPER PUT OUT BY IOWA CITY PEOPLE'S PEACE TREATY COMMITTEE [photo] THE WAR AND THE PEOPLE'S PEACE VIET NAM South Viet Nam is in increasing political turmoil despite its barely being hinted at in the US press. Opposition to the Thieu-Ky-Kiem regime is growing in broader sectors of the population than during the 1963 period which saw the…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 17

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 17

(continued from page 13) ...open letter from saigon's jailed women the trustees would come two or three says later to give medicine. When they arrived they would ask: " Is she dead?" In the morning the trustee would give medicine for three days, but in the afternoon when he came to inspect the cell, he would force the person to take…

1971-05-13 Daily Iowa Letters: ""Police and Protests"" Page 4

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-13 Daily Iowa Letters: ""Police and Protests"" Page 4

ction ct, police agents often ese bombings to keep g a good cause ess and the university d lies about SDS in workers and students h us in fighting the ty hurts working peo- d the layoffs of cam- orkers and students hting university war- s should join with us! uce Johnson, For SDS front. As Judy Collins said, the only way to have peace is to have…

1971-01-29 'Campus Ministers Object to Hoenk Action'

Social Justice

United Campus Ministry papers, 1970-1972

1971-01-29 'Campus Ministers Object to Hoenk Action'

Campus Ministers Object to Hoenk Action - Friday, January 29, 1971 The Association of Campus Ministers at the University of Iowa Wednesday objected to the circumstances surrounding the forced resignation of the Rev. Paul Hoenk as pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. In a letter to the board of directors of the Iowa Districe East of the…

Back cover

Hevelin Fanzines

Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

Back cover

VOM most certain their destiny is leftwards. But, although I like Americans and although I have never met Russians, for my own future, for the future of my country and the world, if ever Gt. Britain has to choose between allying herself with a Russia of 20 years continued evolution from today, or an America of the same ---- I hope we ally…

1971-05-08 Daily Iowan Article: ""Explosion Shakes Iowa City Civic Center"" Page 3

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-08 Daily Iowan Article: ""Explosion Shakes Iowa City Civic Center"" Page 3

Bomb A federal agent from the U.S. Treasury Department's Alcohol, Tobaco and Firearms Division (AFTD) bomb squad checks the area around the Iowa City Civic Center where a bomb exploded early Friday morning. The bomb knocked a large hole in the foundation of the building, shown at the bottom of the picture. —Photo by Alex Johnson Garfield…

Back cover

Hevelin Fanzines

Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

Back cover

VOM [[underlined]] most certain their destiny is leftwards. But, although I like Americans and although I have never met Russians, for my own future, for the future of my country and the world, if ever Gt. Britain has to choose between allying herself with a Russia of 20 years continued evolution from today, or an America of the same ----…

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Daily Iowan Newspapers

Daily Iowan, February 16, 1919

Page 5

February 16, 1919 THE DAILY IOWAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA PAGE FIVE Sophomore Cotillion.... Friday, Feb. 28 First Big Peace Formal NO FLOWERS Limited to 125 Couples CO. A. HALL $3.50 Including WarTax BIG ORCHESTRA Dancing Until One Tickets on Sale at Whetstone's Now B. I. F. F. Contrib Day I have a grievance deep that eats my heart And…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1968

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[handwritten] DI 1/13/68 Protestors Urged To Remain Cool, Get Bond Funds Antiwar demonstrators and sympathizers were told to "keep your cool" and devote energies to drives for bail money and admissible evidence after eight persons were charged Friday morning in Johnson County District Court. About 100 persons met in the Union…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 12/6/67 Demonstrators should support McCarthy What was accomplished by Tuesday's demonstration? Some more provocation; some more brutality. Some more arrests; some more martyrs. Some more inflated egos; some more bruised bodies. But Dow remained on campus - as it had a right to - and the practical effect of the protest was…

1970-11-20 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 4

Social Justice

Ain't I A Woman? newspapers, June 1970-July 1971

1970-11-20 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 4

[hand drawing of woman with rifle] LEILA KHALED TELLS WHY SHE IS A COMMANDO (Continued from the last issue.) LNS I learnt that I was something called a "refugee" when I was six or seven years old; I was quarrelling with a neighbor's child and she said to me, " You are a refugee so you shouldn't shout at me." How…

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Editorials: ""Pleas for legitimate protests"" Page 1

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-12 Daily Iowan Editorials: ""Pleas for legitimate protests"" Page 1

The Daily Iowan OPINIONS PAGE 2 TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1970 IOWA CITY, IOWA Publisher ...John Zug Editorial Adviser...Lee Brown Editor...Lowell Forte Advertising Director...Roy Dunsmore Boyd: UI must represent all Classes at The University of Iowa will be held as usual on Monday and through the close of the final examination period Tuesday, May…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 25, October 1942

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IMAGI-NATION of the human race. ´´ "ECCO: I fail to entirely agree with you enent the mind. I do no believe the mind can be overworked to the point of madness. Few minds ever really receive a healthy workout. (They just get corpusclebound.) The only result I can see for excess mental toil is a state of temporary mental fatigue. Nothing a…

A Special Report from The University of Iowa Page 4

Social Justice

Emil L. Rinderspacher selected papers, 1970-1971

A Special Report from The University of Iowa Page 4

TROUBLED IOWA REMAINS OPEN AND AVERTS MAJOR VIOLENCE THIS SPECIAL REPORT was prepared in the Office of Public Information and University Relations in cooperation with the President Office, Alumni Association, Iowa Dads Association, and SPECTATOR. Following is the complete text of a letter from University President Willard L. Boyd to parents of…

A Special Report From The University of Iowa Page 4

Social Justice

Campus "Unrest" Demonstrations, 1970

A Special Report From The University of Iowa Page 4

TROUBLED IOWA REMAINS OPEN AND AVERTS MAJOR VIOLENCE THIS SPECIAL REPORT was prepared in the Offrice of Public Information and University Relations in cooperation with the President's Office, Alumni Association, Iowa Dads Association, and SPECTATOR. Following is the complete text of a letter from University President Willard L. Boyd to…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

31858064848116_021

[handwritten] Spectator Nov. 1967 Vo 1, #1 Peace Disturbance I: Tactical Short-Course An anti-war demonstration on the Iowa campus Nov. 1 taught people different lessons,a ccordign to how they were involved. There were tense moments and a few ugly incidents, but violence on the scale reported recently on several other campsues did not…

May 1970: A Special Report from The University of Iowa Page 4

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

May 1970: A Special Report from The University of Iowa Page 4

TROUBLED IOWA REMAINS OPEN AND AVERTS MAJOR VIOLENCE THIS SPECIAL REPORT was prepared in the Offrice of Public Information and University Relations in cooperation with the President's Office, Alumni Association, Iowa Dads Association, and SPECTATOR. Following is the complete text of a letter from University President Willard L. Boyd to…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 9

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 9

cambodia: Biting the Fishhook *for footnotes see CCAS Bulletin. col. 2 #4 jessica smilowitz jeff perason (reprinted from the Bulletin of the Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars) Neutrality under Sihanouk For a long time after his abdication from the throne in 1955 and his subsequent rise to power as Chief of State, Norodom Sihanouk's main…

1971-02-05 Daily Iowan Article: ""DIA Defense Challenges Administration's Evidence""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-05 Daily Iowan Article: ""DIA Defense Challenges Administration's Evidence""

DI 2/5/71 DIA Defense Challenges Administration's Evidence By Bill Meyer Daily Iowan Reporter Enormous leeway of procedural rules characterized the University of Iowa administration's "DIA 11" hearing conducted in the court room of the College of Law Thursday. At the hearing seven students and three nonstudents were heard…

1968-08-11 ""El Papel Del Mexicano En Rectificar Las Injusticias Sociales"" [""The Role Of the Mexican In Rectifying Social Injustices""] by Ernest Rodriguez

Social Justice

Ernest Rodriguez' "Impressions," 1960s-1980s

1968-08-11 ""El Papel Del Mexicano En Rectificar Las Injusticias Sociales"" [""The Role Of the Mexican In Rectifying Social Injustices""] by Ernest Rodriguez

Chicago, Illinois, Domingo 11 de Agosto de 1968 Glosa Editorial Especial para EL INFORMADOR EL PAPEL DEL MIXANO EN RECTIFICAR LAS INJUSTICIAS SOCIALES Por Ernesto Rodriguez Para la gente de habla espanola de los Estados Unidos debe de ser de sumo interes los acontecimientos sucedidos en Washington durante la Marcha de los Pobres.…

1971-05-08 Daily Iowan Article: ""Explosion Shakes Iowa City Civic Center"" Page 4

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-08 Daily Iowan Article: ""Explosion Shakes Iowa City Civic Center"" Page 4

Thursday's Charge was voiced Friday about County's Sheriff Maynard s failure to confer with cement officials before he led es on a charge into the crowd rs Thursday night. r's charge came after a erged from the crowd and at- to snatch a helmet he was er arrested the youth and then order to "move 'em in." He ay…

1971-05-28 ""La Raza"" Page 4

Social Justice

Columnas, 1970-1971

1971-05-28 ""La Raza"" Page 4

-4- MEXICAN AMERICANS AND "LA RAZA" To many North Americans the typical Mexican is a sleepy gentleman resting against a cantina wall or cactus plant and hidden under a large sombrero. Today this image, o often conjured up in reference to people of Mexican ancestry who reside in the Southwest U.S., is no more applicable to the Mexican…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 12

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 12

Open Letter from Saigon's Jailed Women Reprinted from Boston After Dark (Translator's Note : This is report by 82 Vietnamese women prisoners smuggled out of Saigon's Chi Hoa jail. I visited these women in the Tiger Cages of Con Son on July 2, 1970 with U.S. Congressmen (Tenn.) William Anderson and Augustus Hawkins. Every one of…

1972-05-16 Daily Iowan Article: ""UI student offers confession; Tells why he set camper fire""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-16 Daily Iowan Article: ""UI student offers confession; Tells why he set camper fire""

UI student offers confession Tells why he set camper fire Editor's note: A preliminary hearing will be held today for Mark D. Peters, a 20-year-old University of Iowa student charged with arson in connection with the burning of a pick-up's wooden camper during anti-war protests Tuesday night, May 9. The following is a statement by another…

1970-12-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Protesters Block U of I Job Office"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-12-10 Des Moines Register Article: ""Protesters Block U of I Job Office"" Page 2

" Protesters Block U of I Job Office " Dec 10., 1970 DMR 2(of 2 ) MULL ACTION ON PROTESTS PROTEST --- Continued from Page One had been in effect since last May's campus disorders. Wednesday's demonstration was the first major confrontation at the U of I during a relatively quiet first semester. The sit-in clearly violated a…

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 3

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 3

By Kristelle Miller Apathy is no longer the word with which to describe the average University of Iowa student. Many feel frustrated. They say they are unable to get government and University officials to listen to them. They say they do not see enough change on crucial issues such as the war in Indochina, and the role of the military on…

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Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

31858064848116_029-03

riced ac - $10 for a mid Gillam s started essure in succeed" ated with iar Falls. bility on he handl nb a nuclear have built of destoy nearly 1- some 600 he Soviet led as a per bases armed his man who I stood in m, articu ll respect- l sessions the crowd overcome" dered how same stu- trating for ed toward logic pro- ed…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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Permanent Fund Debated- [handwritten] DI Dec 6, 1967 Senate Votes To Pay Bail By BETSY BECKER The Student Senate voted to allocate $1,500 from senate funds to be used as bail for the remaining four antiwar demonstrators in jail Tuesday night. The measure adopted by a vote of 17 and a half to seven and a half does not condone or condemn…

1971-05-12 Des Moines Register Articles: ""Patrol Sent To Iowa City After Clash"" ""Residents of Dorms Seek Hiding Place"" Page 1

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-12 Des Moines Register Articles: ""Patrol Sent To Iowa City After Clash"" ""Residents of Dorms Seek Hiding Place"" Page 1

p.1 (of 3) DMR 5/12/71 Patrol Sent To Iowa City After Clash By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY - IA. - Iowa highway patrolmen began patrolling the University of Iowa campus and downtown streets here Tuesday night after early morning confrontations between local lawmen and hundreds of U of I students in which many students were…

Article: ""Demonstration cases still pending"" Page 2

Social Justice

Campus "Unrest" Demonstrations, 1970

Article: ""Demonstration cases still pending"" Page 2

Coe Instructor Resigns Position Lars Hoffman, G, West Branch, has resigned his position as teacher of black studies at Coe College, Cedar Rapids, under pressure from members of the Afro-American Self Education Organization (AASEO). Hoffman, a white, asked in his letter of resignation to be relieved of his duties because, "It has been proven…

1970-09-04 Iowa City Oppressed Citizen Page 6

Social Justice

Iowa City Oppressed Citizen, September 4, 1970

1970-09-04 Iowa City Oppressed Citizen Page 6

[[Illustration text]] REGENTS RULES STUDENT POWER [[Handwriting]] PAGE 6 DIG THIS High Mom! sound like fun? GET IT ON? [[Text]] The Iowa State Board of Regents this summer bowed to the wishes of reactionaries throughout the state and nation and took the law into their own hands. The result is the ball-and-chain document circulated to the student…

1970-02-05 Daily Iowan Article: ""Student Senators To Attend Court""

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-02-05 Daily Iowan Article: ""Student Senators To Attend Court""

[missing beginning of article] of two defense attorneys for Miller, attempted to establish ground rules for the hearing. Garfield told Blum that evidence entered during the hearing would be entered upon Garfield’s personal discretion, saying that he would allow more evidence than is the procedure of a normal trial situation. Blum also…

1971-05-12 Daily Iowan Letters: ""The May Uprising"" Page 2

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-12 Daily Iowan Letters: ""The May Uprising"" Page 2

DI May 12, 1971 2 (of 4) Letters: The May Uprising he Editor: The reaction has started to grow con- ing the protest movement that has ed this country in the past week. lusioned people shout down at ds from their rooftops (or apartment windows) telling us that we're accomplishing nothing but making trouble for ourselves and others. Many…

1971-05-13 Des Moines RegisterArticles: ""Friendly Students Praise Patrol Efforts at U of I"" Page 2

Social Justice

Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-13 Des Moines RegisterArticles: ""Friendly Students Praise Patrol Efforts at U of I"" Page 2

"Friendly Students Praise ..." DMR 5/13/71 versity property from the clash continued to mount. The greatest dollar damage was inflicted upon 48 U of I parking meters located in the men's dormitory complex. University officials estimated total damage to the meters at $3,120. Each meter costs about $65. Some 35 meters not damaged…

1970-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Officials Show Strain From Long Week"" Page 2

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-08 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Officials Show Strain From Long Week"" Page 2

IOWA CITY PRESS 2 Sections — Section A Iowa City, Iowa, Friday, May 8, 1970 P-C May 8, 1970 2 (of 4) Officials Show Strain Fro Was There Request To Drop Charges? Signs of strain were beginning to appear today among exhausted public officials most directly concerned with containing disturbances among University of Iowa students. There were these…

1973-04-30 Daily Iowan Article: ""New Police riot strategy used for UI smoke-in""

Social Justice

Student protests, 1972-1973

1973-04-30 Daily Iowan Article: ""New Police riot strategy used for UI smoke-in""

Page 2-The Daily Iowan-Iowa City,Iowa-Mon.. April 30,1973 Smokin' Protesters gathered on the steps of the Old Capitol during the free-for-all 'smoke in' Saturday night. There was much nervous laughter and booing of the Campus Security police but few people dared to light-up a 'J' at the YIP-sponsered event. New police riot…

1971-05-12 Daily Iowan Letters: ""The May Uprising"" Page 1

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-12 Daily Iowan Letters: ""The May Uprising"" Page 1

(of 4) The Daily Iowan OPINIONS PAGE 2 WEDNESDAY. MAY 12, 1971, IOWA CITY, IOWA Editor, Leona Durham, Managing Editor, Amy Chapman, News Editor, Lowell May, City-University Editor, Willard Rawn, Editorial Page Editor, Cheryl Miller, Photography Editor, Diane Hypes, Fine Arts Editor, Valerie Kent, Sports Editor, John Richards, Associate News…

1972-01-30 New York Times Magazine Article: ""Metamorphosis Of A Campus Radical"" Page 7

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-01-30 New York Times Magazine Article: ""Metamorphosis Of A Campus Radical"" Page 7

Metamorphosis Of A Campus Radical by John Leggett (Continued from Page 15) heavy, black mustache and intense, dark looks. His father was Greek, a waiter with a love for Xenophon who, on emigrating to Boston, saw his son through the Latin School and Brown University. Jim Sutton describes himself as an esthetic anarchist and his role at Iowa as…

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 7

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-06 Iowa Alumni Review ""At the U of I and over the nation May was a time of Student Protest"" Page 7

records, recent student papers, maybe a photograph or watercolor. The last item I added was a stop watch. I could have taken more. But I simply don't believe in violence. Not doing it. Not having it happen. And then Saturday morning Lou called and said "It's gone." My first reaction was an offhand, " Well my files needed…

1970-05-24 Akron Beacon Journal Article: Kent State: The Search For Understanding Page 2

Social Justice

Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

1970-05-24 Akron Beacon Journal Article: Kent State: The Search For Understanding Page 2

18 Akron Beacon Journal, Sunday May 24, 1970 SPECIAL KENT STATE SECTION Downtown Disturbance Was Kent's Worst Continued from Page A-17 exercise including firing warning shots or marching safely away. THERE IS NO evidence to support suggestions by university and city officials that four members of the Students for a Democratic Society…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 18

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 18

The Vietnamization of Saigon Politics cynthia fredrick Two days after the abortive pirate rais on the Son Tay P.O.W camp, a brief item appeared on page sixteen of the Christian Science Monitor concerning the response of a local South Vietnamese press to the incident. According to the Monitor, this response had been "unexpectedly cool".…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] p5. (of 5) DSMR Dec. 10 1967 Several times the classes in Macbride Hall, University Hall, Schaeffer Hall and the English- Philosophy Building were put into an uproar by the demonstrators coursing through the halls. In University Hall, someone armed with a screwdriver dismantled the hinges from the office door of M.L. Huit, the dean…

1970-04-29 Daily Iowan Article: ""ROTC--the April 18 incident, the April 29 impression"" Page 3

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-04-29 Daily Iowan Article: ""ROTC--the April 18 incident, the April 29 impression"" Page 3

Prompting: the ‘long hair’ dispute To the Editor: On Sat., April 18, Member of The University of Iowa Chapter of the University Conference Participated in the demonstration against ROTC and its affiliated organization, Pershing Rifles. The purpose of the present note is to spell out reasons which impelled NUC members to take action at this…

May 1970: A Special Report from The University of Iowa Page 3

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

May 1970: A Special Report from The University of Iowa Page 3

LETTER FROM LOREN HICKERSON Loren Hickerson, mayor of Iowa City and director of community relations for the University, was totally involved in the week of tumultuous events surrounding the anti-war, anti-ROTC demonstrations on the campus and in Iowa City. Afterward he wrote a letter to friends and relatives to try to characterize for them his…

1939-03-29: Page 03

Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick's correspondence with his family, January-June 1939

1939-03-29: Page 03

from a governmental service angle or from an entirely private angle in connection with the economic side of the question. What I have in mind is well illustrated in the activities of one of the speakers we heard this winter on the Rotary forum on International Relations. His name is Allison, or something like that, and he is a lawyer in Chicago. …

1970-05-13 Daily Iowan Article: ""Faculty Senate Votes Anti-ROTC"" Page 2

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-13 Daily Iowan Article: ""Faculty Senate Votes Anti-ROTC"" Page 2

(of 4) The Daily Iowan Serving the University of Iowa and the People of Iowa City 1868 10 cents a copy Associated Press Leased Wire and Wirephoto Iowa City, Iowa, 52240—Wednesday, May 13, 1970 Decision Rests with Regents— Faculty Senate Votes Anti-ROTC [Left column cut off on left; duplicates material from previous page] Heffner said…

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Daily Iowan Newspapers

Daily Iowan, May 15, 1919

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The Daily Iowan The Student Newspaper of the State University of Iowa VOL. XVIII-NEW SERIES VOL. III IOWA CITY, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1919 NUMBER 100 HAWKEYES TO MEET CORNELL NINE ON IOWA FIELD TODAY Iowa Squad Shows Good Form in Final Practice Yesterday Afternoon HAMILTON ON MOUND DUTY Jones is Preparing Team for Big Conference Games with Notre…

1972-05-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters block I-80"" Page 3

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Student protests, 1972-1973

1972-05-12 Daily Iowan Article: ""Protesters block I-80"" Page 3

(of 4) Page 2 - The Daily Iowan - Iowa City, Iowa- Friday, May 12, 1972 Des Moines sees largest rally in years By STEVE BAKER Daily Iowan Staff Writer DES MOINES - There's a statue of Abe Lincoln and his son Todd near the State Capitol entrance here. Usually, it's a pretty quiet locale. But Thursday was different. As a crowd of…

1970-09-04 Iowa City Oppressed Citizen Page 9

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Iowa City Oppressed Citizen, September 4, 1970

1970-09-04 Iowa City Oppressed Citizen Page 9

Non Violence or Anti-Violence? A great deal has been said - and will continue to be said - about the use and non-use of violence in begetting change. I'd like to throw my thoughts on this matter in front of you now. I'm well aware of the pathological nature of violence and would be the last to sing its praise. But, on the other hand, you…

1969-03-19 Daily Iowan Article: ""Reaction to Protesters Growing Intense""

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Student protests, 1969

1969-03-19 Daily Iowan Article: ""Reaction to Protesters Growing Intense""

[handwritten] DI - MARCH 19, 1969 Reaction to Protesters Growing Intense (Reprinted from the Chronicle of Higher Education, Mar. 10, 1969.) By John A. Crowl BALTIMORE — As student protests around the country continue to mount, reaction to the protest movement — from both within and without the academic communithy — is growing in intensity. Among…

1971-03-25 Daily Iowan Article: ""'One false move and somebody is dead???'"" Page 4

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-25 Daily Iowan Article: ""'One false move and somebody is dead???'"" Page 4

gripe. for those black, glower had a fearful, uncompromising about them. So the crowd and its movement seemed to portent, ominously so, like wa anger, swirling into a drain ve march down Clinton and ster, was taken in front of ceman and Norman Fischer empted to protest the arrest. One can only call to mind the hordes of police cowering beneath…

1971-05-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Anti-War Rally Erupts Into Free-for-All Here"" Page 4

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-06 Iowa City Press-Citizen Article: ""Anti-War Rally Erupts Into Free-for-All Here"" Page 4

'Anti-War Rally Erupts..." P-C May 6, 1971 4(of 4) "Windows Broken, 26 arrested " Protest From Page 1A gets for the rocks, but, once most of the available glass was shattered, the handful of militants found a new target. The armed services recruiting office at 221 South Linn Street and…

SDS New Left Notes Page 1

Social Justice

Emil L. Rinderspacher newspaper clippings, 1972

SDS New Left Notes Page 1

BAN RACISM NOT SDS see p. 2 {Box at top left of page: sds new left notes with fist} FIGHT RACISM - - ALLY WITH WORKERS! {Box at top right of page: SDS NAT'L CONVENTION AGAINST RACISM MAR. 30-APR.2 HARVARD for plans see p. 4-5 RACIST PROFESSOR CHASED OUT OF IOWA HARVARD PROFESSOR RICHARD HERRNSTEIN was so scared he slipped out the back door…

1971-06-14 Daily Iowan Letters to the Editor Page 1

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-06-14 Daily Iowan Letters to the Editor Page 1

DI - 6/14/71 g load you down you to the local Creit Union a consultant to and, after the supply all kinds ogistical support. ut the Isla Vista er, send a self- elope to 970 Em- leta, Calif. 93017. Letters Appeals Curses Songs To the Editor: In a editorial on May 4, it was mentioned that Mary Vecchio was in the Kendall Youth Home in Miami. She…

Women's Home Companion Article: "How Minneapolis Beat The Bigots" Page 8

Social Justice

Dorothy Schramm newspaper clippings, 1949-1955 (folder 1 of 2)

Women's Home Companion Article: "How Minneapolis Beat The Bigots" Page 8

HOW MINNEAPOLIS BEAT THE BIGOTS [[italics]]from page 94[[end italics]] Yet while the Minneapolis self-survey was in progress the League of Women Voters polled its members and found that more than ninety percent did not care about the color of the salesgirl so long as she was capable. At the same time ten thousand Minneapolis housewives went on…

1971-05-13 Daily Iowa Letters: ""Police and Protests"" Page 2

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-13 Daily Iowa Letters: ""Police and Protests"" Page 2

DI May 13, 1971 2 (of 5) IOWA CITY, IOWA John Richards Mike McGrevey Editor, Debbie Romine Richard Ter Maas Jan Williams t Iowan is some kind other campus reds ernor. Robert Ray, office yesterday And the university courier with the re- ke to know why he his constituents?), to that done by his me out of this town oines Register ("the…

Memo from John W. Lemmon Page 6

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Student demonstrations correspondence, 1965

Memo from John W. Lemmon Page 6

IT PAYS TO GIVE HUMAN EVENTS FOR CHRISTMAS... See back page story to find out why. HUMAN EVENTS YOUR WEEKLY WASHINGTON REPORT THIRTY-FIVE CENTS October 30, 1965 Vol. XXV. No. 44 Copyright 1965 by HUMAN EVENTS, INC. Human Events is published weekly by HUMAN EVENTS, INC., 410 First Street S.E. Washington, D.C. 20003 Second class postage paid at…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Renascence, v. 1, issue 1, August 1950

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THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE GOTHIC TALE By HAROLD BERTRAM The term "Gothic romance" is actually the appropriate title for the literary phenomenon which appeared in England in the latter half of the 18th century. These tales were essentially romances, typical products of the Romantic Age, utilizing Gothic type themes and subject…

1970-05-13 Daily Iowan Editorial: ""Strike!"" Page 3

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-05-13 Daily Iowan Editorial: ""Strike!"" Page 3

[top two columns missing beginnings] Who's facist now? To the Editor: Thursday evening at the Pentacrest a speaker told the crowd that if they were not going to break into Jessup Hall and take over that building, they should leave the Pentacrest, for they had no right to be there "doing nothing." He also told the crowd that the band…

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Daily Iowan Newspapers

Daily Iowan, July 8, 1919

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PAGE TWO THE DAILY IOWAN, STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA Tuesday, July 8, 1919 THE DAILY IOWAN A morning paper published during the six weeks summer session on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays by The Daily Iowan Publishing company at 103 Iowa avenue, Iowa City Entered as second class matter, at the post office of Iowa City, Iowa Under…

1968-11-02 Article: 'SDS Ignores Warnings, Holds Anti-Code Rally' Page 1

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Students for a Democratic Society, 1965-1972

1968-11-02 Article: 'SDS Ignores Warnings, Holds Anti-Code Rally' Page 1

11/2/68 SDS Ignores Warnings, Holds Anti-Code Rally By DUANE SWINTON Members of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and other speakers blasted the "repressiveness of the University" and "its involvement in the corporate structure of America" at a teach-in rally Friday noon. The rally, whose expressed purpose was to…

1970-06-26 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 4

Social Justice

Ain't I A Woman? newspapers, June 1970-July 1971

1970-06-26 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 4

[insert]Following a week of window smashing, mass rallies, and the burning of the old armory biulding, students at the Univ. of Iowa voted to strike under the following demands: (1) U.S. out of Indo-China now, (2) An end to all political repression, (3) An end to all racist attacks on black people especially the Black Panther Party; and an end to…

1971-04-02 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 10

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Ain't I A Woman? newspapers, June 1970-July 1971

1971-04-02 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 10

haNOi to HOBOKen, a ROUnd Trip ticKet. [written in magazine cut outs] Off Our Backs: Box 4859, Cleveland Park Station, Washington D.C. 20008. Why the persistent enthusiasm for far away places and distant struggles with imperialism? Why travel to Hanoi when you can go to Hoboken and see the same show? Granted the costumes are native, the…

A Special Report From The University of Iowa Page 2

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Campus "Unrest" Demonstrations, 1970

A Special Report From The University of Iowa Page 2

Sampling the President's Mail The May demonstrations at Iowa prompted scores of parents, alumni and other citizens to send letters, cards, and telegrams to President Willard L. Boyd, offering praise, criticism, scorn and sympathy. The following excerpts give some indication of the variety in Boyd's recent mail: [italicized] Dear Pres.…

United States of Acorn Page 2

Social Justice

Mary Terronez biographical files, 1962-2009

United States of Acorn Page 2

Page 7 for a public hearing in the affected neighborhood within 30 days of the release of the study and before a hearing at the City Council. Young also said that because of all the attention ACORN members have focused on the issue he doesn't think the city will close the fire station. NSRAG intends to keep the pressure until the issue…

A Special Report from The University of Iowa Page 2

Social Justice

Emil L. Rinderspacher selected papers, 1970-1971

A Special Report from The University of Iowa Page 2

SAMPLING THE PRESIDENT'S MAIL The May demonstration at Iowa prompted scores of parents alumni and other citizens to send letters, cards, and telegrams to President Willard L. Boyd, offering praise, criticism, scorn and sympathy. The following excerpts give some indication to the variety in Boyd's recent mail: Dear Pres. Boyd: As…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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demonstration did not enter into his reasons for resigning, he said. In a letter to The Daily Iowa Thursday, Allaire said " Pres. Howard R. Bowen acted with astonishing irresponsibility on Wednesday and thus deserves to be compared to those police offcials in the South who used vicious dogs against civil rights demonstrators." No…

1969-10-15 ""The New Prairie Primer"" Page 15

Social Justice

Student protests, 1969

1969-10-15 ""The New Prairie Primer"" Page 15

New Prairie Primer, October 15, 1969, Page 15 Vietnam Film List VIETNAM: HOW DID WE GET IN ? HOW CAN WE GET OUT? The history of U.S. involvement -- with David Schoenbrun 33 minutes, sale: $200, rental: $40 VIETNAM DIALOG Schoenbrun focuses on the war in 1968, Paris negotiations, our domestic elections 30 minutes, sale:$200, rental:$40 VICTORY IN…

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Daily Iowan Newspapers

Daily Iowan, May 17, 1919

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PAGE TWO THE DAILY IOWAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA Saturday, May 17, 1919 THE DAILY IOWAN A morning paper published for the period of the war four times a week--Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday--by The Daily Iowan Publishing company at 103 Iowa avenue, Iowa City Member Iowa College Press Entered as second class matter at the post office of…

1969-10-15 ""The New Prairie Primer"" Page 14

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Student protests, 1969

1969-10-15 ""The New Prairie Primer"" Page 14

New Prairie Primer, October 15, 1969, Page 14 Moratorium Activities "I have often said that there's really very little we can do with regard to running the university and college campuses of this country. We have enough problems running the nation, the national problems. Now I understand that there has been and continues to be…

1970-08-21 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 5

Social Justice

Ain't I A Woman? newspapers, June 1970-July 1971

1970-08-21 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 5

REPRESSION IN THE SOUTH [image of a gun all the way to the right] was presented by the U.S. had been drafted weeks before the outbreak of war on June 25. But another major war in Asia had already started. In quick succession, Truman sent thousands of additional ground troops, bombers, and warships to Korea, and declared that the U.S. would…

1970-10-09 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 5

Social Justice

Ain't I A Woman? newspapers, June 1970-July 1971

1970-10-09 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 5

LESBIAN DEMANDS SEP. 5, 1970 Women are the revolution. It must not be alluded to that women are merely of the male ego game. Women are not machines that will mass-produce infant revolutionaries. The entire success of the revolution does not depend on whether or not the male "allow" the women her liberation, but rather the women freeing…

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Social Justice

Middle Earth various issues, 1967-1968

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THE DESERTER: The Contemporary Defeat of Fiction by Carl Oglesby A personal confession: I don't read novels or poems or plays now with any of the excitement that I remember feeling ten years ago. That was a time, in fact, in which I not only read but wrote the things - two novels, one finished twice but not the third time, three plays, each…

1970-10-30 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 8

Social Justice

Ain't I A Woman? newspapers, June 1970-July 1971

1970-10-30 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 8

SUBVER IN THE WO MOVEM What is to done An open letter to my sisters, in the hope that we will not have to wait another 5,000 more years for liberation: The women's movement is being co-opted, exploited, ripped-off, patronized, seduced and raped. Some of us have begun to notice the ways in which our movement is being killed with seeming…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 19

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 19

in June, 100.000 Saigon workers called for a general strike; on June 26, 60,000 of them joined students in calling for an end to the fighting. On July 11. the students issued a public statement demanding: 1) immediate withdrawal of foreign troops from South Vietnam and immediate end to support to the Thieu-Ky-Khiem triumvirate, and 2) that the…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 15

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 15

program in Thailand, particularly with respect to the research activities undertaken by the Research Division of USOM Thailand [subordinate to ARPA]. In so doing, the Contractor will provide support to facilitate the effective functioning of the Academic Advisory Council for Thailand (AACT) to insure its maximum contribution to accomplishment of…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 20

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 20

(continued from page 3) Nixon & the Prisoners of War a particularly high figure, in view of the fact that many of the men were seriously injured as they bailed out over North Vietnam and that 339 are now listed as alive and most of them are corresponding regularly with their relatives in this country. The figure, in fact, reveals a much lower…

1970-05-24 Akron Beacon Journal Article: Kent State: The Search For Understanding Page 1

Social Justice

Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

1970-05-24 Akron Beacon Journal Article: Kent State: The Search For Understanding Page 1

"It didn't have to happen" Tragedy in Our Midst -- A Special Report AKRON BEACON JOURNAL "Both sides just blame each other" Sunday, May 24, 1970. Ohio's Complete Newspaper, Special Kent State Section KENT STATE: The Search For Understanding BURNED OUR ROTC BUILDING, 1 NATIONAL GUARD, THE COMMONS,2, GUARD…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 23

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 23

Thieu's response to the Paris statement was to threaten Duc with immediate arrest upon return to Saigon and seizure of the issues of Tin Sang carrying the text of the document. It is a measure of Thieu's isolation that this did not deter Duc's immediate return. The chorus of protest generated by Thieu's threats did, however,…

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 24

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-10-07 ""Iowa City People's Peace Treaty Committee"" Page 24

(GREENBLATT cont. from page 23) Point three on troop withdrawal is simply a restatement of US intentions to continue its present policy of transfering the ground fighting to ARVN mercenaries under closer supervision through a much more thorough system of 'advisors'. The prototype is already in operation in parts of the Mekong Delta where…

1969-05-10 Daily Iowan: ""University of Iowa Student Report"" Page 1

Social Justice

Student protests, 1969

1969-05-10 Daily Iowan: ""University of Iowa Student Report"" Page 1

University of Iowa Student Report Saturday, May 10. 1969 Printed by The Daily Iowan, Iowa City, Iowa Legislators Quiet After Disturbance In Bowen's Office The Iowa State Legislature remained "strangely" quiet Friday in the wake of news surrounding the Invasion of Pres. Howard R. Bowen's office on Thursday. Sen. John…

1951-11-01 The Catholic Messenger Article: "Citizen 2nd Class" Page 4

Social Justice

Dorothy Schramm newspaper clippings, 1949-1955 (folder 2 of 2)

1951-11-01 The Catholic Messenger Article: "Citizen 2nd Class" Page 4

persons, places and other things Visit to Cardijn Center We had occasion to visit Milwaukee this week-end and spent a few hours at Cardijn (pronounced car-dine) Center, Catholic lay apostolate headquarters in that area. The Center was named in honor of the still-very much alive Belgian priest, Canon Joseph Cardijn who started the Young Christian…

1969-05-10 Daily Iowan: ""University of Iowa Student Report"" Page 2

Social Justice

Student protests, 1969

1969-05-10 Daily Iowan: ""University of Iowa Student Report"" Page 2

Asks U.S. to Pay Tuition; Graduates Would Repay University of Iowa Student Report Saturday May 10, 1969 By JAMES TOBIN and LEONARD ROSS Reprinted with the publisher's permission from the New Republic, May 3, 1969. A copyrighted article by Tobin, a member of the President's Council of Economic Advisers (1861-62) and Sterling professor…

1916-12-10 Des Moines Sunday Register Clipping: ""The Girl Of Temple Hill"" By William Tillinghast Eldridge Page 1

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds newspaper clippings, 1916-1919

1916-12-10 Des Moines Sunday Register Clipping: ""The Girl Of Temple Hill"" By William Tillinghast Eldridge Page 1

THE GIRL OF TEMPLE HILL-By William Tillinghast Eldridge. COMPLETE NOVEL IN THIS ISSUE OF THE SUNDAY REGISTER. CHAPTER I. I sat bemoaning the fact that those troubled with legal questions show no inclination to turn for help to young lawyers, when my office door flew open with a bang. The next second a breathless, over large and immaculately clad…