Tuttle, William M., 1937-
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The Kaw Valley Hemp Pickers were a counterculture group in the Lawrence, Kansas area during the 1960s and 1970s. This collection contains five black and white group photographs of the Kaw Valley Hemp Pickers. Some of the photographs contain nudity.
William Tuttle taught in the Department of History at the University of Kansas from 1967 until retirement from the Department of American Studies in 2008. This collection consists of correspondence, notes, research, essays, fellowship materials, oral histories, and a research grant application, as well as travel and employment documents related to Tuttle's career and research interests.
William Tuttle's research and teaching in African American history and the history of racial violence in 20th century America
The Bill Tuttle papers are the works, notes, and self-collected documents of a long-time American studies and African / African-American studies professor at the University of Kansas. The collection includes research notes, writings, teaching files, and subject files regarding the 1919 Chicago race riots; the 1921 Tulsa, Oklahoma race riots; 20th century racial violence; and more general topics of African American history in the United States.