RESIST-- SUMMARY OF COLLECTION

 
 

 

Click on Box heading for a full inventory of each box.

Box 1

- Applications 1970-72, denied (71 folders) and miscellaneous 1972-1980 (13 folders).

Box 2

2/1

- Applications 1976, approved (66 folders).

- Applications 1977, approved (45 folders).

2/2

- Applications 1977, denied (65 folders).

- Applications 1978, denied (61 folders).

Box 3

3/1

- Applications 1973, approved (109 folders).

3/2

- Applications 1974, denied (72 folders).

Box 4

4/1

- Applications 1974, approved (76 folders).

4/1a

- Applications 1975, approved (63 folders) and denied (34 folders).

4/2

- Applications 1973, denied (58 folders).

- Applications 1976, denied (50 folders).

Box 5

5/1

- Applications 1979, denied.

- Applications 1980, approved, denied, and unspecified (74 folders).

5/2

- Applications 1981, approved and denied (total, 69 folders).

Box 6

6/1

- Resist--activities, 1967-69:

- Activities initiated by Resist or participated in by Resist before and after its founding in 1967. Includes: draft and final copies of the "Call to Resist Illegitimate Authority" and signed returns of this manifesto; information and supporting materials about the Spock trial, the march on the Justice Department in October 1967, and draft resistance organizations projects; miscellaneous newspaper clippings, 1967-68 (115 folders).

6/2

- Resist--activities, 1969-72:

- A continuation of materials for 1967-69 located in Box 6/1. Includes: materials re special events (e.g., "The Academic Day of Conscience," April 15-16, 1968), "A Second Call to Resist Illegitimate Authority," copies of FBI records released by Resist to the public (75 folders).

Box 7

7/1

- Resist--organization and operation, 1970-79. Includes: booklets about Resist; minutes (incomplete) of Resist Steering Committee meetings, 1970-77; office procedures. Resist newsletter 1967-68 (incomplete); fund-raising activities, etc. (89 folders).

7/2

- Resist--correspondence, 1971-76 (57 letters, within the organization; other letters to Resist from outside the organization) and lists of contributors, press contacts, etc. (73 folders).

Box 8

8/1

- Resist--business files, bills, receipts, etc., 1967-78 (50 folders).

8/2

- Resist--affiliated organizations, 1970-72 (71 folders); applications to Resist for funding, 1968-69 (16 folders); historical information (pamphlets, articles, papers, re Vietnam War era) (15 folders).

Box 9

9/1

- Liberation Magazine--financial files, 1977-78.

9/2

- Resist--minutes, Steering Committee meetings, 1970-1984 (incomplete); Resist newsletter, 1967-1987 (incomplete).

Box 10

10/1

- Resist--collected files concerning the development of Resist’s "High School Kit," 1968-69 and 1970. Includes correspondence, two editions of the "Kit" and issues of high school underground newspapers.

Box 10/2

- Applications 1982, approved (62 folders), denied (65 folders), and unspecified (14 folders).

Box 11

- Applications 1978, approved (13 folders) and unspecified (12 folders).

- Applications 1979, unspecified (35 folders).

- Affiliated organizations, 1973-79 (40 folders).

Box 12

- Applications 1983, denied and/or postponed (or cancelled or withdrawn) (43 folders).

- Applications 1983, approved (55 folders).

- Applications 1983, action unknown (6 folders).

- Applications 1984, approved (54 folders).

- Applications 1984, denied or postponed (48 folders).

Box 13

- Applications 1984, action unknown (36 folders).

- Miscellaneous materials, 1968-1980s.

- Resist--board meetings, 1987.

Boxes 14/1, 14/2, and 15

- Miscellaneous publications (pamphlets, booklets, off-prints, etc.) published by organizations other than Resist.

NEWSPAPERS, MISCELLANEOUS--Separate series of newspapers published by organizations other than Resist. Newspapers, Boxes 1-65.

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Prepared for electronic publication by Michael J. Breen '99, July 1999.