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Oscar F. Hawkins and family papers, 1888-1963.

Author: Oscar F HawkinsJohn Grant AlexanderHerbert ApthekerJoseph H BallDavid S BarbourAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, printed items, clippings, minutes, and notes documenting the interests and activities of Hawkins, a Minnesota teacher and political activist, and his wife, Madge.
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Named Person: Orville L Freeman; Vincent Hallinan; Hawkins family.; Kenneth C Haycraft; Marian Le Sueur; Joseph McCarthy; Floyd Björnstjerne Olson; Ethel Rosenberg; Julius Rosenberg; Harold E Stassen; James M Youngdale
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Oscar F Hawkins; John Grant Alexander; Herbert Aptheker; Joseph H Ball; David S Barbour; Elmer A Benson; John A Blatnik; Earl Browder; Eugene Dennis; W E B Du Bois; Gerhart Eisler; Elizabeth Gurley Flynn; William James Gallagher; Frank Hawkins; Madge Ytrehus Hawkins; Ruth Hawkins; Hubert H Humphrey; Walter H Judd; Estes Kefauver; Corliss Lamont; Ernest Lundeen; Eugene J McCarthy; George E MacKinnon; Scott Nearing; Maud Russell; Clarence Ollson Senior; Henrik Shipstead; Joseph Stalin; Anna Louise Strong; Norman Thomas; Edward John Thye; Henry A Wallace; Roy William Wier
OCLC Number: 313829804
Notes: Also includes an unprocessed collection.
Description: 7.0 cu. ft. (13 boxes).

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Correspondence, printed items, clippings, minutes, and notes documenting the interests and activities of Hawkins, a Minnesota teacher and political activist, and his wife, Madge.

The majority of the papers are largely political and consist of campaign literature from many parties; pamphlets, leaflets, and newsletters from the Farmer-Labor, Democratic-Farmer-Labor, and Progressive parties, as well as from various labor, communist, and socialist organizations; printed materials of temperance (1920s-1930s), pacifist (1920s-1950s), and civil liberties groups; Hawkins' letters to newspaper editors on political subjects; and information on Madge Hawkins' activities in the Hennepin County Farmer-Labor Women's Club (1930s-1940s) and other political organizations.

Early letters (1888-1920) deal with Oscar's family activities and teaching in several Minnesota and California communities. There is also correspondence (1940-1948) between Hawkins and David Barbour of Portland, Oregon, whose Minneapolis lands Hawkins was managing.

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