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Paul Buhle Papers 1913-1995,

Author: Paul Buhle
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers contain correspondence, published and unpublished writings, research files relating to the immigrant left in the U.S. and to C. L. R. James, and a collection of post-1960 radical humor and political satire, much of it in the form of graphic art, including caricatures and cartoons, and comics. The collection is described at the box level.
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Genre/Form: Comic books
Correspondence
Manuscripts (document genre)
Political cartoons
Named Person: Paul Buhle; C L R James
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Buhle
OCLC Number: 614080246
Notes: Materials Separated from the Resource: A large file of posters, flyers, and original artwork, including artwork for Morning Freiheitcartoons by William Gropper, was separated to the Non-Print department.
Description: 7.25 linear feet (16 boxes)

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The papers contain correspondence, published and unpublished writings, research files relating to the immigrant left in the U.S. and to C. L. R. James, and a collection of post-1960 radical humor and political satire, much of it in the form of graphic art, including caricatures and cartoons, and comics. The collection is described at the box level.

Paul Buhle, Senior Lecturer in the Department of History and American Civilization, Brown University (2002- ), is a scholar of U.S. radicalism, in particular its cultural manifestations, and of the immigrant left. The author or editor of some two dozen books, he was an active participant in the New Left of the 1960s-70s, notably as editor of Radical America. The papers contain correspondence, published and unpublished writings, research files relating to the immigrant left in the U.S. and to C. L. ...

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