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Communism -- United States

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Records:

Left Curve collection

Call Number: RH WL MS 58
Overview Left Curve was a left-leaning art and literature magazine founded and edited by Csaba Polony (April 11, 1944 - March 9, 2014) and based out of the Bay Area of San Francisco, California. It ran for 38 issues. This collection includes correspondence and related materials, including posters, brochures, artistic prints, copies of poems, and other items sent to Polony in his capacity as editor of the magazine or sent directly to the magazine itself. Some of the...
Dates: 1976 - 1990

Transcript of Peter Harisiades deportation hearings

 Collection — Box 1
Call Number: RH WL MS 24

This transcript is of deportation hearings initiated by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service based on allegations of Communist Party affiliation by the respondent, Peter Harisiades. The hearings were conducted October 15, 1946 at New York City by Presiding Inspector Gilbert Zimmerman, with Attorney Carol King and Associate Attorney Isidore Englander representing Mr. Harisiades.

Dates: October 15, 1946

Warren Zimmerman letters from Wint Smith and Alf M. Landon

Call Number: RH MS P816
Overview These letters to Warren Zimmerman of Lawrence, Kansas in spring 1960 include two from Wint Smith, U.S. Representative from the Kansas Sixth District, and one from former Kansas Governor Alfred M. Landon. The writers address pressing issues of the time: communism, U.S.-Soviet relations, and the nuclear arms race. Landon describes his recent speaking appearance at a large New York City peace rally sponsored by the National and Greater New York Committees for a Sane Nuclear Policy, held May...
Dates: 1960

Young Communist League of the United States collection

Call Number: RH WL MS 63

This collection contains correspondence, ephemera, essays, posters and documents relating to and from the Young Communist League of the United States. Some of the material regards Earl Browder, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the U.S. in the 1930s and early 1940s.

Dates: 1933 - 1967