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Thu Oct 16 17:56:07 2014 UTClccn-n800169370.00Papers, 1870-19750.421.00Papers, 1872-1978 ; (bulk 1929-1978)27078213Herbert_Apthekern 80016937399359Apteker, G.Apteker, Gerbert.Apteker, Gerbert 1915-2003アプセーカーアプテーカー, ハーバートlccn-n80046721Du Bois, W. E. B.(William Edward Burghardt)1868-1963auilccn-n50016161Turner, Nat1800?-1831lccn-n50000277American Institute for Marxist Studiesothlccn-n79036120Communist Party of the United States of Americalccn-n79123694Hall, Guslccn-n82162115Browder, Earl1891-1973nc-world fellowship camp conway n hWorld Fellowship Camp, Conway, N.H.lccn-n80013055Mills, C. Wright(Charles Wright)1916-1962lccn-n50022659Aptheker, Bettinaedtlccn-n50081668Grove PressAptheker, Herbert1915-2003HistoryRecords and correspondenceSourcesPrayersBibliographyBiographyControversial literatureAfrican AmericansUnited StatesDu Bois, W. E. B.--(William Edward Burghardt),IntellectualsCivil rights workersSlave insurrectionsRace relationsRacismPrayersAfrican American studentsPastoral prayersTurner, Nat,Southampton Insurrection (1831)VirginiaAntislavery movementsAbolitionistsCommunism and ChristianityAfrican Americans--HistoriographyAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Political scienceSlaveryAnti-racismWalker's appeal, in four articles (Walker, David)Communism and religionCommunismDemocracyAlienation (Social psychology)Virginia--Southampton CountySlavesAptheker, Herbert,Social classesBlacksFlynn, Elizabeth GurleySocial conflictCommunistsCommunist Party of the United States of AmericaStrong, Anna Louise,Muste, A. J.--(Abraham John),Fast, Howard,Foster, William Z.,Alienation (Philosophy)International PublishersMaltz, Albert,Lowenfels, Walter,Social isolationSeeger, Pete,Soviet UnionBelfrage, Cedric,Berkeley, Francis L.--(Francis Lewis),Marx, Karl,19152003193119361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941997199820002001200620072008201020112012373464261224BE185.97.D73ocn000762239ocn000283974ocn000180810ocn000254737ocn000944379ocn001732152ocn001517456ocn038025713ocn001311007ocn003665068ocn003500145ocn468180194ocn468635618ocn468180174ocn466503467ocn468180170ocn780337171ocn468635563ocn468180182ocn468180152ocn466503376ocn456461265ocn504307811ocn038227788ocn046726866ocn187132746ocn187132816ocn187132779ocn709833305ocn720083899ocn468615333463016ocn045728032file19730.35Du Bois, W. E. BThe correspondence of W.E.B. Du BoisRecords and correspondence+-+9786875235323178ocn000610537book19510.31Aptheker, HerbertA documentary history of the Negro people in the United StatesHistorySources+-+0316501535231472ocn000427198book19000.47Aptheker, HerbertAmerican Negro slave revoltsHistory+-+205153262523099ocn011113462book19850.35Du Bois, W. E. BAgainst racism : unpublished essays, papers, addresses, 1887-1961A collection of essays, papers, and addresses which explains the author's views on racism+-+105835030532415464ocn043475439file19800.33Du Bois, W. E. BPrayers for dark peoplePrayers+-+8158350305324130323ocn000503147book19660.37Aptheker, HerbertNat Turner's slave rebellion : Together with the full text of the so-called "confessions" of Nat Turner made in prison in 1831BiographyThe first full-length study of the bloodiest slave uprising in U.S. history, this meticulously researched document explores the nature of Southern society in the early 19th century and the conditions that led to the rebellion. Aptheker's book includes Turner's "Confessions," recorded before his execution in 1831+-+2727091395109217ocn001977498book19450.53Aptheker, HerbertEssays in the history of the American NegroHistory9436ocn018521619book19890.28Aptheker, HerbertAbolitionism : a revolutionary movementHistory+-+775242053532493820ocn000480397book19480.56Aptheker, HerbertTo be free; studies in American Negro historyHistory82624ocn000179776book19590.53Aptheker, HerbertThe colonial eraHistory74622ocn021456882book19600.53Aptheker, HerbertThe American Revolution, 1763-1783 : a history of the American people : an interpretationHistory74614ocn000184743book19710.37Aptheker, HerbertAfro-American history: the modern eraHistory7249ocn000075073book19700.53Aptheker, HerbertThe urgency of Marxist-Christian dialogue69610ocn024065440book19920.59Aptheker, HerbertAnti-racism in U.S. history : the first two hundred yearsHistory+-+34463786856958ocn000695783book19730.56Aptheker, HerbertAnnotated bibliography of the published writings of W.E.B. Du BoisBibliography6437ocn002424859book19760.50Aptheker, HerbertEarly years of the Republic : from the end of the Revolution to the first administration of Washington (1783-1793)5935ocn000407202book19650.56Aptheker, HerbertOne continual cry; David Walker's Appeal to the colored citizens of the world, 1829-1830, its setting & its meaning, together with the full text of the third, and last, edition of the AppealControversial literature"Together with the full text of the third, and last, edition of the Appeal."--T.p5478ocn000283974book19680.59Aptheker, HerbertMarxism and Christianity : a symposium5168ocn000180810book19650.63Aptheker, HerbertMarxism and democracy; a symposium49411ocn000254737book19650.66Aptheker, HerbertMarxism and alienation; a symposium91ocn009495050book0.96The McCarran Act and the right to travel21ocn013429593book19400.47Kaiser, ErnestRacial dialectics : the Aptheker-Myrdal school controversy21ocn028417764mix1.00Mayo, BernardHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondenceOther correspondents include Marie Goebel Kimball, Ernest Joseph King, John Allen Krout, Theodore Fred Kuper, Lawrence Lee, Archibald MacLeish, Dumas Malone, Alexander Marchant, Robert Douthat Meade, H.L. Mencken, Francis Pickens Miller, Henry Clay Mitchell, Allan Nevins, Dorothy Parker, William H. Peden, George H. Reese, Norman K. Risjord, Arthur Meier Schlesinger (b. 1917), Philip Lightfoot Scruggs, Elliott Shapiro, Irving Stone, Mack Buckley Swearingen, Charles Callan Tansill, Henry N. Taylor, William Robert Taylor, Clayton Torrence, Frank Everson Vandiver, Walter Prescott Webb, Bell Irvin Wiley, and C. Vann Woodward11ocn044592272book1.00Muste, A. JStatement by Rev. A.J. Muste on his support of Herbert Aptheker for Congress11ocn077585806mix1.00Greene, Lorenzo JHistoryRecords and correspondenceHis work with Carter G. Woodson and Charles H. Wesley of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc., is well documented as are his publications and research on African Americans in general, and particularly in colonial New England, and his role as a consultant to Parting Ways, The Museum of Afro-American Ethnohistory, Plymouth, Mass. Civil rights and community activities mentioned include sharecroppers' roadside demonstrations in southern Missouri (1939-1940), advocacy for open housing, school desegregation, and multicultural representation in textbooks, and Greene's service on the Missouri Advisory Committee to the United States Commission on Civil Rights, Missouri Association for Social Welfare, Missouri Commission on Human Rights, Institute for Drop-Out Prevention and Teacher Orientation, Kansas City, Mo., and Institute to Facilitate Desegregation in the Kansas City, Mo., Public Schools. The concert career of Greene's wife, pianist Thomasina T. Greene, is reflected in the family papers11ocn466121526mixNovack, George EdwardGeorge Edward Novack and Evelyn Reed papersArchivesThe correspondence contains letters from Isaac Deutscher, Joseph Hansen, Ernest Mandel, C. Wright Mills, Harrison Salisbury, and Max Shachtman. Numerous exchanges with historian Alan Wald about New York intellectuals of the 1930's (especially James T. Farrell and Sherry Mangan) enclose copies of letters from Herbert Aptheker, James Burnham, Noam Chomsky, Pierre Frank, Albert Glotzer, Granville Hicks, Elinor Rice Hayes, Sidney Hook, Irving Howe, Quincy Howe, Sidney Kunitz, Mary McCarthy, Felix Morrow, B. F. Skinner, Herbert Solow, Arne Swabeck, and Lionel and Diana Trilling. Speeches and writings include notes, additional correspondence, and drafts on many topics in American history and Marxist philosophy, as well as some scattered documents and instructional courses prepared for the Socialist Workers Party11ocn702200823mix1.00Jerome, V. JVictor Jeremy Jerome papersCorrespondence, writings, research notes, biographical material, obituaries and eulogies, and other personal and family papers of Victor J. Jerome, American communist, writer, editor of Political Affairs, and political activist. The bulk of the papers relate primarily to Jerome's activities with the American Communist Party during the period from 1930 to 1965. Of special interest is correspondence relating to Jerome's trial and conviction for violation of the Smith Act (1952); correspondence with Dashiell Hammett relating to "The Committee to Defend V. J. Jerome" (1952); prison correspondence (1953-1957); and correspondence with notable American communists relating to the organization of the Communist Party in the United States. Also of importance are printed and manuscript copies of Jerome's writings, including his two autobiographical novels, A Lantern For Jeremy and The Paper Bridge, as well as his numerous newspaper and periodical contributions. Important correspondents include Herbert Aptheker, Ella Reeve Bloor, W. E. B. DuBois, Howard Fast, Rockwell Kent, Alfred Kreymborg, Archibald MacLeish, Dashiell Hammett, and Paul Robeson11ocn122417881mixStudies on the LeftPeriodicalsRecords of a socialist journal whose editorial focus included the social and natural sciences, literature, and the arts11ocn173692831mixTrachtenberg, Alexander11ocn501049981mix0.47Budenz, Louis F[Guide to the Louis F. Budenz papers]The collection of Louis F. Budenz, writer, labor activist, Communist supporter, and later anti-Communist advocate, consists of correspondence and an array of publications and ephemeral, such as flyers and news clippings, that he collected for almost 40 years on Communism in the United States and abroad11ocn478344506mix1.00Oral History of the American Left. Radical HistoriesHistoryInterviewsThe interviews consist of those conducted by OHAL staff and others donated from other sources. They concern immigrant and ethnic radicalism, labor, women workers, black workers, the Communist Party, the Socialist Party, Trotskyism, radical newspapers and fraternal associations and student radicalism. The interviews concern the period from 1900 to the present with major emphasis on 1920-40. Most of the interviews are on cassette tapes with indexes; some are transcripts (usually without the original tape). Notable individuals interviewed include: Herbert Aptheker, Rosalyn Fraad Baxandall, Daniel Berrigan, Abner Berry, James Boggs, George Breitman, Rose Chernin, Malcolm Cowley, Samuel Darcy, Solon De Leon, Hal Draper, Raya Dunayevskaya, Melech Epstein, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Hugo Gellert, Todd Gitlin, Martin Glaberman, Albert Glotzer, Itshe Goldberg, Louis Harap,Michael Harrington, C.L.R. James, Howard "Stretch" Johnson, Mary Kolehmainen, Meridel LeSueur, A.B. Magil, Thomas McGrath, Ernest Rice McKinney, Steve Nelson, Clarence Norris,Paul Novik, Harvey O'Connor, Louise Patterson, George Rawick, Lester Rodney, Annette Rubinstein, Pete Seeger, Norman Thomas, Stan Weir, Myra Tanner Weiss. Several group interviews or conferences were recorded pertaining to the following organizations: Catholic Worker Movement, International Labor Defense, Matteotti Club, Medem Jewish Socialist Group, Socialist Party(U.S.), Southern Negro Youth Congress, Workers Party (1940-1949), Workers Party (1940-1949). Johnson-Forest Tendency11ocn729372659mix1.00Patterson, William LWilliam Lorenzo Patterson papersTrials, litigation, etcRecords and correspondenceContains correspondence, printed materials, writings and clippings, law cases he worked on through the Communist Party U.S.A. and the International Labor Defense; diaries of travels to Eastern Europe, China, Cuba, and the Soviet Union; birthday tributes; drafts and galleys of his autobiography, "The Man Who Cried Genocide: An Autobiography." Also contains correspondence with his third wife, Louise Thompson Patterson, their daughter, Mary Lou, and fellow activist leaders; writings on race relations, social injustices, and political activism of various individuals and organizations, including his own activism. Drafts of articles, publications, and the original petition (1951) presented to the United Nations by Paul Robeson and Patterson ("We Charge Genocide: The Crime of the Government"); substantial amount of correpsondence documenting Patterson's imprisonment in New York and Connecticut when he was charged with contempt of Congress in 1954. Organizations and topics represented include: the National Negro Congress, the Wilmington Ten Case, and civil liberties. Persons represented include: Angela Davis, Claude M. Lightfoot, the Martinsville Seven (and the three cases of Davis, Lightfoot and the Martinsville Seven), W.E.B. DuBois, and Benjamin J. Davis. Correspondents include: Herbert Aptheker, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee, Dr. Carlton Goodlett, Hosea Hudson, Genna Rae McNeil, Toni Morrison, P.L. Prattis, J.A. Rogers, Charles Wright, and the Patterson Defense Committee11ocn614068986mix1.00Labor Research Association RecordsPortraitsInterviewsPictorial worksThe records of the Labor Research Association span the years 1914-1981, with the bulk of the material from 1930 - 1970. The collection consists mainly of unpublished manuscripts and reports, research notes and memos, and correspondence, chiefly that of Robert Dunn. Also included in the collection are personal memorabilia and other materials documenting related political activities of Dunn. The collection provides good documentation of the LRA's research and publications, some sense of LRA's relations11ocn614067318mix1.00Carl Aldo Marzani PapersPortraitsPictorial worksThe papers principally contain personal, political, and business correspondence and writings, and are organized into seven series: I. Biographical: Childhood & Youth; II. Trial/Prison Papers; III. Correspondence; IV. Writings; V. Political Activities; VI. Publishing: Cameron Associates, Marzani & Munsell; VII. Addendum. Eighteen audiocassette interviews, conducted in Italy in Italian for Marzani's book The Promise of Eurocommunism, have been been separated to the Library's Oral History collections,11ocn009268760mix19810.47Edari, Julie KailinThe Communist scholar in the United States : a case study of Herbert Aptheker11ocn051123948visu19661.00Self-made peace teamHanoi peace mission members Herbert Aptheker, Thomas Hayden, and Staughton Lynd meet with A.J. Muste at Manhattan Center, New York City11ocn016850069mix19580.47Kaminsky, HerschelHerbert Aptheker and Negro history : how history is adapted for political purposesCriticism, interpretation, etc12ocn476038157mix1.00Marzani, CarlContains correspondence, published and unpublished writings, business records, clippings and ephemera, FBI files, memorabilia and other materials documenting Marzani's personal, political, literary and business activities. Series I, Biographical, contains Marzani family memorabilia, student writings, and the journals of Carl and Edith Marzani from their 1938 world tour. Series II, Trial/Prison, contains Marzani's FBI file, and materials relating to his defense campaign. Series III. Correspondence, contains personal and political correspondence, and includes his prison correspondence, and some correspondence with Marzani's associates maintained by his son Tony after Carl's death. Series IV, Writings, contains drafts of, and notes for, various manuscripts. The bulk of the material pertains to the major project of his later years, the unpublished work titled George Orwell. This work principally dealt with the origins and history of the Cold War, and also critiqued Orwell's reportage of the Spanish Civil War. There are also materials pertaining to The Promise of Eurocommunism, The Survivor, and other works11ocn477242320mix1.00Allen, James SHistorySourcesThe Writings series contains manuscripts and typescripts of unpublished, and some published works, in some cases along with relevant correspondence, notes and research materials, and is organized into four subseries. Subseries A. The Negro Question in the U.S., contains book reviews, post-WWII Black Belt statistical data and calculations, a partial typescript for a proposed revised edition, several unpublished essays from the 1950s, CP Negro Commission meeting notes and reports by Allen, James Jackson, and Doxey Wilkerson, and the proceedings of a 1956 Conference on The South, organized by the Jefferson School; Subseries B. Organizing in the Depression South, contains a partial typescript, originally written as part of (subseries C), Visions and Revisions, Allen's unpublished autobiographical typescript, which contains chapters on his early years, travels to the Philippines and the Soviet Union, and his publishing career. Subseries D. Other Writings, contains numerous brief, mostly unpublished typescripts from the late 1920s through the early 1980s. Many deal with the debates over Party policy and theory in the 1945-60 era (critiques of Earl Browder and John Gates); others cover various topics including current events, political economy, the Soviet Union, and the developing countries, including an interview with the former leader of the Cuban Communist Party, Blas Roca (1978). There are also book contracts and reviews, memorial portraits of prominent communists, and publishing correspondence for American Communism and Black Americans (1987), Atomic Imperialism (1952), and Reconstruction (1937)11ocn058780982mix1.00Adler, IrvingThere are published and unpublished writings by Adler on mathematics, the philosophy of science, dialectical materialism, and on educational issues. There is correspondence related the publication and reception of these writings (notably Freeman Dyson), and a thick file of correspondence with AIMS Director Herbert Aptheker. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents and correspondence comprise one folder each re: Adler's CIA and FBI files. Two City College files contain Adler's student writings and activist ephemera. Several files related to Adler's teaching career contain typescripts on the teaching of mathematics, Teachers Union ephemera and publications, and testimony and other documents from the administrative proceedings leading to his firing. Another file documents the similar case of Joyce Sparer, later Adler's second wife. Several files containing clippings and letters to newspaper editors on topical matters document Adler's activism following his move to Vermont. There are also files on the Spanish Civil War-related scholarships Adler established, files on several on miscellaneous events or topics, and a thick biographical file which contains an oral history transcript+-+0316501535+-+0316501535Thu Oct 16 15:30:52 EDT 2014batch46403