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Anti-communist movements -- United States

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Records:

All-American Conference to Combat Communism records

Call Number: RH WL MS 18
Overview The All-American Conference to Combat Communism was formed in 1950 to defend American liberties and to expose and curtail communism within the United States. These records of the organization were collected by Frederick S. Harris, one of the Conference leaders who was also National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. The records consist primarily of Harris's correspondence with other leaders of the Conference, and include meeting programs and published statements of...
Dates: 1950 - 1962

Helen Courtois papers

Call Number: RH WL MS 12
Overview Helen Courtois was the secretary and founder of the Keep America Committee (K.A.C.), an anti-communist organization based in Los Angeles which was active in the 1950s. The Committee acted as a reprint service, reproducing and disseminating articles from far-right publications. Courtois was also involved in Mankind United, a religious cult active during the World War II era. This collection of her papers reflects her participation in these organizations, as well as a collection of newspapers,...
Dates: 1950s

Ruth F. Anthony papers

Call Number: RH WL MS 19

These papers of native Kansan Ruth F. Anthony contain her correspondence with various Christian right wing political organizations which she supported over the years. Included are membership cards, certificates of appreciation, contribution receipts, and several organizational newsletters. In the correspondence are letters from and about Robert Bolivar DePugh, founder of the anti-Communist organization known as the Minutemen.

Dates: 1962 - 1994