Rev. Martin L. Deppe Papers

Dates: 1958-2019, bulk dates: 1966-2010
Size: 22 linear feet: 2 oversize boxes, 1 oversize folder, 6 artifacts, 257 buttons, 730 photographs, 145 digital photographs
Repository: Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Library Center, Special Collections, 400 S. State Street, Chicago, IL 60605
Collection Number: c00075
Provenance: Donated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe, 2017
Access: No restrictions. Buttons and artifacts require 24-hour advance paging.
Citation: When quoting material from this collection the preferred citation is: Rev. Martin L. Deppe Papers, [Box #, Folder # or Artifact# or Photograph #], Special Collections, Chicago Public Library.
Processed by: Michelle McCoy, 2019

Biographical Note

As a young child in WWII the Rev. Martin L. Deppe (1935-) fell in love with history through stamp collecting, following his uncles in the war on maps and vigorous table conversation. He followed his love into college studies, then taking a Fulbright Fellowship in Germany and being named a Woodrow Wilson Scholar. Reformation history led him into the Church as a pastor serving six congregations over 39 years in Chicago and suburbs.

Early on, Deppe saw the church to be an instrument of social justice, particularly in civil rights and in peace efforts. He was soon involved with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s (SCLC) Operation Breadbasket, brought to Chicago by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Deppe was a founding and then active Steering Committee participant for the Chicago-based economic justice project. Deppe became active in the Chicago chapter of Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC) (about the war in Vietnam), which he soon chaired, as well as serving on the National Steering Committee; Chicago’s Alliance to End Repression (AER), which he also chaired, and other “Movement” groups. He was active at all levels of the United Methodist Church authoring dozens of social justice resolutions from the Northern Illinois Conference area to the general church.

In retirement Deppe wrote numerous letters to the editor on current justice issues, his “wider pulpit” as his wife put it, with well over a hundred published, especially in the post 9-11 years. In his twilight years he returned to his love of history upon discovering a gap in the civil rights literature. When he found the amazing story of Operation Breadbasket untold, he turned historian and wrote a seminal account, from the inside, both academic and personal, both history and memoir. He feels his life has come full circle, from the history classrooms in high school and college during the 1940s and 1950s to our own time, telling the Breadbasket narrative in Chicago area schools, colleges, libraries and churches.

Written by Rev. Martin L. Deppe, 2019

1961-1964 Mandell Methodist Church, 5000 W. Congress Parkway, Chicago
1964-1970 Gresham Methodist Church, 8700 S. Emerald Avenue, Chicago
1970-1975 First United Methodist Church, 516 Church Street, Evanston, IL
1975-1984 Morgan Park United Methodist Church, 11030 S. Longwood Drive, Chicago
1984-1990 Hinsdale United Methodist Church, Hinsdale, IL
1991-1999 Irving Park Methodist Church, 3801 N. Keeler Avenue, Chicago

Scope & Content Note

Rev. Martin L. Deppe’s papers offer a window into the life of a Chicago minister and an interfaith social justice advocate, the bulk of which dates from 1966 to 2010. The collection contains a wide range of materials related to the planning, implementation and documentation of civic actions including correspondence, flyers, manuscripts, meeting minutes, news clippings, photographs, posters, programs, protest buttons and signs, reports, sermons, slide shows, speeches, and such audiovisual formats as cassette, LP and film.

Rev. Deppe’s papers are arranged by organization and by material type into the following 7 Series:

Series 1: Biographical; Series 2: Operation Breadbasket; Series 3: Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC); Series 4: Alliance to End Repression (AER); Series 5: Other Civic Actions; Series 6: Photographs and Series 7: Buttons

Arrangement/Series Description

Series 1: Biographical

The Biographical Series contains a selection of Rev. Deppe’s sermons, speeches, writings and news clippings that show how the connection between his ministry and his social justice advocacy is at the heart of his life’s story. Of note are the selected social justice writings that Rev. Deppe organized into two volumes and his Peace Album, a scrapbook that highlights events and achievements spanning his life and career. The writings in these two volumes have been retained in his original order and utilize his index of the works. In 2019, Rev. Deppe allowed the Library to scan his Peace Album. The pages and photographs from the album are available electronically.

The materials are organized alphabetically by name or subject and chronologically within name or subject.

Series 2: Operation Breadbasket, 1966-1971

On February 11, 1966, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. presented the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) program, Operation Breadbasket, to Chicago pastors at Jubilee C.M.E. Church at 59th Street and Michigan Avenue. As part of Dr. King’s northern campaign, the program sought to secure meaningful employment and business opportunities for African Americans through a selective patronage program led by clergy. Under the direction of Chicago Theological Seminary student, Jesse Jackson, teams of ministers surveyed local businesses to identify employment discrimination, negotiated for comparable job opportunities with business leaders and brought the power of the pulpit to support a selective buying campaign that used boycotts when needed to benefit their neighborhood and race. By 1971, Breadbasket efforts netted around 4,500 jobs and sharply increased the commerce involving Black-owned businesses, primarily on the South Side of Chicago. Among the companies targeted were A&P, Jewel, Pepsi-Cola and Walgreen’s.

Beyond the economic program, Operation Breadbasket expanded its mission to include programs and sub-committees, called Spokes and Hubs, that included Black Expo, Hunger USA, the Poor People’s Campaign, a Consumer Club, a Music Division and other ministries like the Saturday workshops that drew hundreds to hear Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. preach.

Following Dr. King’s assassination in 1968, tension emerged between Rev. Jackson and SCLC’s new leader, Ralph Abernathy. In 1971, Rev. Jackson’s refusal to move the headquarters of Operation Breadbasket to Atlanta led to his resignation from SCLC and to the founding of Operation PUSH (People United to Save Humanity). Chicago Breadbasket continued for another year before ending.

Beginning around 2006, Rev. Deppe began consulting his Operation Breadbasket files to compose his book, Operation Breadbasket: The Untold Story of Civil Rights in Chicago, 1966-1971. His research notes created over the course of 2006-2016 were added to the files at this time along with some of the news articles. The subseries reflect Rev. Deppe’s overall organization of his files.

A small number of Photographs related to Operation Breadbasket can be found in Series 6.

Subseries A: Pre-Breadbasket

Pre-Breadbasket is the description used by Rev. Deppe to describe materials and actions related to Chicago’s Civil Rights Movement. Among the topics are the Black Power Movement; the Chicago Freedom Movement; school discrimination and the Willis Wagons; and urban unrest. Some of Rev. Deppe’s original folders contained documents related to multiple events for a topic. The archivist has expanded these folders to provide researchers with a better idea of the contents. All of these folders retain the original file name at the beginning of the description.

The subseries is organized alphabetically by topic.

Subseries B: Administrative and General

The Administrative and General Series brings together the organizational meeting, planning and operational materials for Operation Breadbasket. This includes their Programs, Spoke and Hub subcommittees and the Steering Committee. The documents vary per folder but can contain correspondence, covenants, “Don’t Shop” flyers, employment and product information, meeting notes, memos, news clipping and newsletters from Operation Breadbasket, SCLC or CCCO. Rev. Deppe served on the Steering Committee and his annotations can be found on the documents.

The subseries is organized alphabetically by topic.

Subseries C: Campaigns and Covenants

The Campaigns and Covenants Series includes the documents used to negotiate agreements or covenants with the business targeted by Operation Breadbasket for employment and economic opportunities. Among the best represented are A&P, Certified Grocers of Illinois, Jewel, National Tea Company and Walgreen’s and reflect Rev. Deppe’s work alongside fellow ministers.

These files are organized by business name. Researchers should also consult the Steering Committee files.

Subseries D: Other Social Issues and Projects

Subseries D contains files that Rev. Deppe kept on Black banking, Black Panthers and other issues and events that were contemporaneous with Operation Breadbasket.

These folders are organized alphabetically by topic.

Subseries E: Post-Breadbasket

Subseries E contains files that Rev. Deppe kept to monitor the state of Black enterprise, Chicago racism and the emergence of Operation PUSH/Rainbow PUSH following the demise of Operation Breadbasket.

These files are arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries F: Operation Breadbasket: The Untold Story of Civil Rights in Chicago, 1966-1971, Book Research

Subseries E consists of research and interviews conducted by Rev. Deppe with Operation Breadbasket participants and other contextual research for his book. This series also contains Rev. Gary Massoni’s contemporaneous 1971 dissertation, Perspectives on Operation Breadbasket.

This series is arranged alphabetically by name or research area.

Subseries G: Operation Breadbasket: The Untold Story of Civil Rights in Chicago, 1966-1971, Book Drafts and Production

Subseries G contains textual drafts, image clippings and production notes for Rev. Deppe’s book.

The folders are arranged alphabetically by topic.

Series 3: Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC)

Clergy and Laity Concern (CALC) was organized as an emergency committee in 1965 by a number of prominent religious figures including Rev. William Sloane Coffin, Rabbi Abraham Heschel, Father Daniel Berrigan, Dr. John Bennett and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The organization was initially known as Clergy and Laity Concerned about Vietnam (CALCAV). The initial goal was to unite an interfaith religious community who opposed the Vietnam War and U.S. involvement in Indochina. From 1965-1975, CALCAV organized demonstrations and lobbying efforts against the war and sought to influence religious institutions to divest their funds from war-making businesses. The Honeywell Campaign in 1972, focused on that corporation’s manufacture of anti-personnel weapons. From 1973 to 1977, CALCAV worked with the American Friends Service Committee in a joint Stop the B-1 Bomber/National Peace Conversion Campaign.

In 1972, the name of the organization was shortened to Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC) to reflect such broader concerns of amnesty, disarmament, corporate responsibility and human rights struggles in Latin America and Africa. The founding principles that moral/ethical/religious values must be brought to bear on problems of political, economic, and social injustice remained the same.

Although CALC was based in New York, the organization had chapters across the country, including Chicago, and its actions occurred locally, nationally and internationally. The interconnected civic actions are evident throughout Rev. Deppe’s papers, but include several highlights. In 1971, Rev. Deppe, along with Rev. Willie Barrow, represented the Chicago Chapter at the Citizens Conference on Ending the War in Indochina held in Paris that met with the North Vietnamese delegation. The following year, Rev. Deppe, was one of 95 members of Clergy and Laity Concerned arrested during a demonstration in the Capital Rotunda in Washington DC and jailed a few cells down from Rev. William Sloane Coffin. In 1981, Rev. Deppe testified at the Senate Foreign Relations Committee against the State Department nomination of Ernest W. Lefever whose policies did not promote human rights.

Subseries A: Chicago Chapter

Rev. Deppe joined the Chicago chapter of CALC shortly after its founding in 1965. Over the next 31 years, Rev. Deppe would serve as chair of the Chicago chapter and on its Board of Directors. Subseries A contains the administrative planning materials created by the Chicago Chapter. These materials include, Satyagraha, the primary newsletter for the Chicago Chapter and other publications. The early issues of Satyagraha were created by the Nonviolent Training and Action Center (NVTAC) who would merge into the Chicago Chapter of CALC. A few other NVTAC news sheets were retained as found with the newsletters. The Steering Committee meeting materials often contain action flyers and information from partner organizations. In 1989, the Chicago Chapter of CALC restructured its Board to reflect a multicultural and multiracial society and the focus of its initiatives to combat racism.

The files are arranged alphabetically by administrative function or type of planning material.

Subseries B: Chicago Chapter, Projects and Actions

Subseries B contains the projects and actions that the Chicago Chapter undertook, locally, nationally and internationally. As with the national organization, the Chicago Chapter was active with Vietnam War opposition, anti-apartheid efforts, human rights issues and a variety of disarmament initiatives ranging from opposition to Honeywell weapons and General Electric’s B-1 Bomber to advocating for a nuclear weapons freeze. Through the efforts of Chicago Chapter, Chicago passed an ordinance to become a Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone on March 12, 1986 during the tenure of Mayor Harold Washington.

Among the planning materials in this series, there are numerous documents that highlight Rev. Deppe’s participation. These include the speech Rev. Deppe gave at the 1971 Citizens Conference on Ending the War in Indochina held in Paris along with statements by other attendees and his handwritten notes and his testimony to Senate Foreign Relations Committee against Ernest Lefever in 1981.

In 1992, the Chicago Chapter of CALC shifted its focus from a multi-issue organization and committed itself exclusively to an anti-racism agenda. This work began under the Racial and Economic Justice task force. Early racial awareness workshops were called the Racial Rehab Institute (RRI) and the Racial Reduction Institute (RRI). The Anti-Racism Institute grew out of these initiatives.

The projects and actions are organized alphabetically by topic or action and, when applicable, use the CALC task force sub-committee terms of Central America and Sanctuary, Disarmament, Militarism and Conscience Program, South Africa and Vietnam War. Given the close relationship with national projects and actions, it is recommended that researchers also consult Subseries D.

Subseries C: National Organization and Regional Field Staff

Founded in New York City, the governing structure of CALC was originally guided by the national staff with a National Steering Committee. As an action-oriented movement of individuals and groups, however, CALC soon sought to decentralize and empower its local chapters. In 1971, Trudi Schutz Young was hired in to work on field development that would create more cohesion between local, regional, and national staff through training, frequent communication, and periodic conferences. The Regional Field Staff program began in January of 1973. At this time, the organization shifted to a structure where a National Assembly composed of chapter, action group and at-large members met annually to serve as the highest decision-making body in CALC. A National Interim Steering Committee and regional field staff coordinated the work of the local chapters between these annual gatherings. The national office in New York City, however, continued administrative and program support for CALC’s network of local groups, raised funds and represented the organization in public forums and national coalitions.

Rev. Deppe worked to develop the Regional Field Staff program and served on its committee from 1972-1977. As part of this role, Rev. Deppe was active with the National Organizing Conferences and the National Steering Committee. Subseries C includes the meeting and planning materials as well as publications and posters produced by or used by these CALC groups.

Given the mission of these committees to unify connect CALC groups and actions, these materials are related to those produced by the Chicago Chapter. It is recommended that researchers also consult CALC Subseries A.

Subseries D: National Organization and Regional Field Staff, Projects and Actions

Subseries D contains the projects and actions undertaken at national and regional. These include Vietnam War opposition, anti-apartheid efforts, human rights issues and a variety of disarmament initiatives ranging from opposition to Honeywell weapons or General Electric’s B-1 Bomber to advocating for a nuclear weapons freeze.

The Chicago Chapter also participated in these initiatives and it is recommended that researchers also consult CALC Subseries B.

The files are arranged alphabetically by project or action.

Subseries E: Audio-Visual

The audio-video formats include cassette, reel-to-reel, VHS and 16mm films. The content of this media covers national and Chicago CALC events, projects and actions.

Please note: The tapes and films have not been checked to ensure content or playability. Titles and information is as transcribed from packages.

Series 4: Alliance to End Repression

The Alliance to End Repression (AER) was created in 1970 by leaders from civil liberties, religious, peace and community organizations to consider the problem of repression of constitutional rights. Their actions include police, judicial and bail reforms along with an end to secret surveillance created by Chicago Police Department, Subversive Activities Unit, Security Section, also known as the Red Squad. Trained by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Red Squad engaged in unlawful information gathering and disruption of hundreds of Chicago organizations and activists. The Alliance to End Repression was one of many plaintiffs who brought a lawsuit against this unit in 1974. A verdict and judgment in favor of the plaintiffs was reached in 1985.

This Series includes meeting and planning materials spanning 1969-1991, the Red Squad campaign and civil suit documents from 1976-1987 and the copies of the Red Squad reports on Rev. Deppe and other social justice advocates who participated in Operation Breadbasket and Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC).

Series 5: Other Civic Actions

Series 5 contains the other political and civic actions that Rev. Deppe supported. The United Farm Workers (UFW) Chicago-area campaign documents comprise the bulk of materials in this series. Other materials include peace, political and Gulf War protest posters.

Series 6: Photographs

The photographs in Series 6 reflect Rev. Deppe’s participation in social justice actions and organizations. A small number of photographs relate to Operation Breadbasket actions or participants. The bulk of the images relate to CALC events, meetings, programs and protests spanning the late 1970s to the early 1990s. Among the CALC events represented are annual CALC dinners that featured senators and other influential speakers, disarmament protests at the Argonne National Laboratory and at the Arms Bazaar trade show at the O’Hare Expo Center, the Chicago Nuclear-Free Zone initiatives and humanitarian campaigns such as Soweto Day anti-apartheid demonstrations. In 1987, Rev. Deppe was awarded for his commitment to social justice at CALC’s annual Swords into Ploughshares breakfast. Harold Washington and David Orr were also recognized with CALC Peacemaker Awards at the same event.

Additionally, the photographs also represent Rev. Deppe’s activities with other causes and organizations. Several photographs document his journey to Nicaragua to serve as an election monitor in 1990 and his engagement with Washington DC lobbying efforts of Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America (CRLN). Other photographs document the Gulf War protests in Chicago over the course of 1990 to 1991.

The photographs from Rev. Deppe’s Peace Album are itemized here and contain a mixture of biographical images and social justice work beginning in the mid-1960s. In some cases, the photographs correspond directly to photographs that were donated in physical form and provide additional views of an event. The files use the prefix “album” and can be viewed electronically.

Related photographs on Chicago’s Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone can be found in the Harold Washington Archives & Collections, Press Office Photographs and the Eugene Sawyer Mayoral Records. Additional photographs related to Operation Breadbasket can be found in the Rev. Clay Evans Archive.

Series 7: Buttons

The buttons in Series 6 correspond to Rev. Deppe’s participation with organizations and advocacy campaigns as well as reflect his lifetime commitment to social justice issues. The buttons are arranged alphabetically in the 13 Subseries categories defined by Rev. Deppe.

Subseries A: Anti-war and Disarmament

Subseries B: Chicago

Subseries C: Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC)

Subseries D: Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr.

Subseries E: LGBT

Subseries F: Miscellaneous

Subseries G: Nuclear Weapons Freeze

Subseries H: Operation Breadbasket and Civil Rights

Subseries I: Political Candidates

Subseries J: Racism

Subseries K: United Farm Workers (UFW)

Subseries L: United Methodist Church

Subseries M: Women’s Rights

Separations

Rev. Deppe’s collection includes 34 books related to the Civil Rights Movement and social justice. These titles have been cataloged and are available in the Special Collections Reading Room.

Subject Terms

  • African Americans--Employment
  • Alliance to End Repression
  • Anti-apartheid movements--South Africa
  • Anti-racism Institute
  • Barrow, Willie T. (Willie Taplin), 1924-2015
  • Benedict, Don, 1917-2008
  • Blacks--Employment
  • Business enterprises, Black
  • Chicago (Ill.). Police Department.
  • Chicago (Ill.). Police Department. Intelligence Section.
  • Church Federation of Greater Chicago
  • Clergy and Laity Concerned (U.S.). Chicago Branch
  • Clergy and Laity Concerned (U.S.)
  • Coordinating Council of Community Organizations (CCCO)
  • Discrimination in employment
  • Deppe, Rev. Martin L.
  • Draft resisters
  • Evans, Rev. Clay
  • Freeman, Rev. Stroy
  • Freund, Ronald
  • Friendshipment (Campaign)
  • Hogan, Rev. William
  • Honeywell Inc. Defense Systems Division
  • Jackson, Jesse, 1941-
  • King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
  • Lefever, Ernest W.
  • Massoni, Rev. Gary
  • Nonviolent Training and Action Center
  • Nuclear-weapon-free zones
  • Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign
  • Operation Breadbasket (U.S.)
  • Police Patrol Illinois Chicago Surveillance operations 20th century.
  • Rainbow/PUSH Coalition
  • Rockwell B-1 (Bomber)
  • Sawyer, Eugene
  • SCLC Operation Breadbasket Orchestra
  • Southern Christian Leadership Conference
  • Simpson, Dick W.
  • United Methodist Church
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements--United States
  • Washington, Harold, 1922-1987
  • Witness for Peace (Organization)
  • Young, Andrew, 1932-
  • Young, Trudi

Related Collections

Rev. Clay Evans Archive
Collections on Rev. Clay Evans
Harold Washington Archives & Collections. Mayoral Records. Press Office Photographs
Harold Washington Archives & Collections. Mayoral Records. Community Services Sub-cabinet Records
Eugene Sawyer Mayoral Records
Steve Askin Papers

Inventory

Series 1: Biographical

Box 1 Folder 1 Biographical data and curriculum vitae, 1981, 2010
Box 1 Folder 2 Christ Methodist Church, youth gangs, 1965-1966
Box 1 Folder 3 Correspondence, 1968, 1971, 1973, 1985, 1998, 2008
Box 1 Folder 4 Correspondence, regarding Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr assassination, 1968
Box 1 Folder 5 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., sermon excerpts on Operation Breadbasket and Chicago Freedom Movement, 1966-1970, 1980
Box 1 Folder 6 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., speech for Chicago Freedom Movement event, 1966 September 22
Box 1 Folder 7 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., speech on Operation Breadbasket, 1967 summer
Box 1 Folder 8 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., introduction of Rev. Jesse Jackson at OSC Banquet, 1967 December 16
Box 1 Folder 9 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., sermon on the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 1968 April
Box 1 Folder 10 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., statement, “On Being Arrested at Prayer,” Washington DC, 1972 May 18
Box 1 Folder 11 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., statement, “On Church Investment Responsibility,” 1972 June 7
Box 1 Folder 12 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., speech, “Vietnam—Everything Has Not Been Said,” 1975 May 5
Box 1 Folder 13 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., speech for Dr. King’s Birthday at Rainbow PUSH, 2016 January 15
Box 1 Folder 14 First United Methodist Church, 1971-1975
Box 1 Folder 15 Gresham Methodist Church, 1966-1970
Box 1 Folder 16 Gresham Methodist Church, Poor People’s Campaign, church program and brochure, 1968
Box 31 Folder 1 Larsen, Andy. Communist Manifesto, pencil drawing with portraits of early Communist leaders as the flowers on a plant, undated
Box 1 Folder 17 Morgan Park United Methodist Church, event with Dr. Milton Levine, M.D., 1984
Box 1 Folder 18 News clippings, 1957-2017
Box 30 Folder 1 News clippings, 1966, 1970, 1980
electronic files   Peace album, scrapbook, 1961-2011
Box 1 Folder 19 Progressive Baptist State Convention, Adjourned Session, panel invitation and program, 1970
Box 1 Folder 20 Social Justice, selected writings, volume 1, 1961-1983, 2013
  • 1963 - Watershed Year, speech, 2013
  • Report on a Church Visitation, Jackson, MS, Mississippi Journal, 1964 January
  • Letter to President Lyndon B. Johnson, an Admiral’s ideology, 1965 December 18
  • What Does the Pulpit Expect from the People, Rock River Methodist, 1966 March
  • Methodist Statement on Vietnam, Rock River Conference, 1966 June 10
  • Implementation of Rock River Conference Vietnam resolution, 1967 Jan. 28
  • Letter inviting colleagues to fair housing march in Milwaukee, 1967 Sept. 20
  • Proposal on Urban Crisis upon the death of MLK to the Division of Human Relations of Conference Board of Christian Social Concerns, 1968 April 15
  • Telegram to Vice President Humphrey in support of The Woodlawn Organization (TWO), 1968 June 29
  • Pictures at an American Exhibition, Behold, 1968 October
  • Reflections on the American scene, including 1968 Democratic Convention, 1968
  • Testimony given at CTA Public Hearing on behalf of Northern Illinois Conference Board of Church and Society, 1968 December 12
  • Where Do We Go from Here in Social Concerns? speech to NIC Board of Christian Social Concerns, 1969 June 19
  • A Call to Impeach: Give Judge Julius Hoffman a Fair Trial, petition, 1970 April
  • Speech to Chicago peaceniks, undated
  • Vietnam, Boredom and the National Malaise, Citizens Conference on Ending the War in Indochina, Paris, 1971 March 3-10
  • Pastor's column, First United Methodist Church, Soundings, 71, 1971 April 17
  • The Church and Repression, resolution presented to Northern Illinois Conference, 1971 June
  • Letter to President, World Airways, 1971 Sept. 10
  • A Litany of the Human Spirit, Evening Service, First United Methodist Church Evanston, 1972 January 30
  • A Petition on Church Investments and the War in Southeast Asia, 1972 February 26
  • A War Game with Human Lives, 1972 April 12
  • Notes for statement on Washington DC Witness, 1972 May 15
  • A Statement on Being Arrested at Prayer, Washington, DC, 1972 May 18
  • On Church Investment Responsibility, speech to Northern Illinois Conference, 1972 June 7
  • Speech on floor, Honeywell Stockholders meeting, Minneapolis, MN 1973 April 25
  • Telegram to President Nixon, presented to Northern Illinois Conference, 1973 June 4, 1973
  • United Farm Workers lettuce boycott, Soundings, 1973 August 4
  • Two Watergate Idolatries, unpublished article, 1973 December 1
  • Press Statement on Nixon pardon and unconditional amnesty, 1974 September 11
  • Resolution on boycotting table grapes, First United Methodist Church, 1974 Oct. 21
  • Press Statement on Babylift [Vietnamese children], 1975 April 8
  • Vietnam - Everything Has Not Been Said, 1975 May 5
  • Statement on Capital Punishment, given to Special Committee of the Illinois House Judiciary Committee, Chicago, 1976 September 21
  • Resolution on open itinerancy, presented to Board of Ordained Ministry, Northern Illinois Conference, 1978 February 16,
  • Platform for Candidacy as Delegate to 1980 General Conference, 1979 April
  • Spying on the Church, engage/social action, 1979 April
  • Penalty and Pontiac 17, speech given to Alliance to End Repression, 1979 October 9
  • Amendment to Social Principles on Nuclear Weapons, adopted by General Conference, United Methodist Church, 1980 May
  • On draft registration, speech to NC Jurisdictional Conference, United Methodist Church, 1980 July 17
  • Interfaith Statement on U.S. Relations with Iran, press statement for Chicago CALC, 1981 January 28
  • Prayers and Petitions for El Salvador, 1981 February 1
  • Statement before Judge Susan Getzendanner regarding the proposed settlement with CIA in the political surveillance lawsuit for Alliance to End Repression, 1981 February 13
  • El Salvador and the Church, resolution adopted by General Board of Church and Society, 1981 February 19
  • Press statement on injunction to outlaw spying, Alliance to End Repression, 1981 April 28
  • Testimony at Senate Foreign Relations Committee on nomination of Ernest Lefever, Washington DC, 1981 May
  • Nuclear Disarmament resolution adopted by Northern Illinois Conference, 1981 June 8
  • Evaluating the Moral Majority Against the Bible, unpublished paper, 1981 July 20
  • Testimony at Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians in public hearing, Chicago, IL, 1981 September 23
  • Resolution on Social Needs vs. New Weapon Systems, adopted by General Board of Church and Society, 1981 October 10
  • Transcending Nationalism, engage/social action, 1982 January
  • Pastor's Point on “Dreams Deferred,” taped for Channel 38 TV, 1982 February 15
  • Letter to President Reagan on covert war in Nicaragua for General Board of Church and Society, 1982 March 26
  • Report on speech against nuclear arms race, The Daily Times, 1982 June 5
  • Peace with Justice, program, 1982 June
  • Letter to Rev. Pio Laghi, 1982 June 17
  • Press Release on Nuclear Weapons Freeze, Cook County Inter-Faith Freeze Committee, 1982 October 21
  • Peace Effort is Underway, United Methodist Reporter, Dec. 10, 1982
Box 1 Folder 21 Social Justice, selected writings, volume 2, 1983-2019
  • Peace and Justice are One! sermon given to Conference Workshops on Peace with Justice, 1983 November 12 and 19
  • Statement on ABC TV’s, The Day After, for Chicago CALC, 1983 November 22
  • Nicaragua resolution adopted by Chicago CALC, 1985 March 23
  • Investments of the Board of Pensions, resolution presented to Northern Illinois Conference, calling for active implementation of the Social Principles, 1985 June
  • Litany of Liberation, 1985 June 10
  • South Africa: What One Person Can Do, United Methodist Review, 1985 November 1
  • Press statement on SALT II and the arms race for Chicago CALC, 1986 May 30
  • A Pastoral Letter to all United Methodists, The United Methodist, 1986 May
  • Platform for Candidacy as Delegate to 1988 General Conference, 1987 April
  • Comment on inclusion of “In the Garden” in the new Hymnal, 1987 September 20
  • A Critique of “Rekindling the Flame,” [Purpose of the Church], 1987 November 6
  • Justice and the Palestinians, resolution adopted by General Board of Church and Society, 1988 February 20
  • In Support of Self Determination and Non-Intervention, petition adopted by General Conference, 1988 April
  • Speech in support of grape boycott to annual Northern Illinois Conference, 1988 June
  • Initial Report as Election Observer in Nicaragua, 1990 March 3
  • Nicaragua Observations, Hinsdale UMC congregation, 1990 March 12 Visit to Nicaragua yields a deeper awareness, The Doings, 1990 March 23
  • Letter to the editor, The United Methodist Reporter, 1990 June 8
  • Toward De-Escalation in the Persian Gulf, press statement, 1990 September 18
  • Toward De-Escalation in the Persian Gulf, position paper adopted by Chicago CALC, 1990 September
  • Swords into Plowshares in the Persian Gulf, speech at Chicago rally, 1990 December 8
  • U.S. bombing in the Persian Gulf and Middle East and Linkage, press statement, 1991 February 11
  • Statement to WBBM radio, 1991 February 15
  • Letter to the editor on Middle East “Linkage,” United Methodist Reporter, 1991 March 22
  • Letter to President Clinton on retaining ban on nuclear weapons testing, 1993 June 9
  • Let’s Support a Graduated Income Tax, United Methodist Reporter, 1994 April 29
  • Campaign to Ban Assault Weapons, petition, 1994 May 22 and 29
  • On term “self-avowed practicing homosexual,” speech, 1994 October 15
  • Reflections on 50th anniversary of bombing of Dresden, 1995 February 22
  • Advocating Justice and Peace: Church Work in Washington, DC, 1995 April 1
  • Gun Free Zones, resolution presented to Northern Illinois Conference session, 1995 June
  • Letter to President Clinton regarding Cuba for Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America (CRLN), 1996 March 7
  • Where Are We Headed? United Methodist Church conference unpublished article, 1995 April 8
  • Beware of a Self-Proclaiming Confessing Movement, engage/social action, 1995 September
  • Speech to Northern Illinois Conference Delegation on sexuality and the Wesleyan Quadrilateral, 1996 January 14
  • Press Statement on the “Red Squad” given at City Hall, 1997 March 12
  • Who Is on Trial? United Methodist Reporter, 1998 February 9
  • Letter in support of Carol Moseley-Braun for U.S. Senate, 1998 October 22
  • Statement on the impeachment of President Clinton, 1998 December 16
  • Pastor's Report to Irving Park United Methodist Church Charge Conference, 1999 January 17
  • Brief to the Judicial Council of the United Methodist Church in support of Reconciling Ministries recognition, 1999 March 4
  • Ecclesial Disobedience, unpublished letter to editor, 1999 April 19
  • Ecclesial Disobedience, retirement statement draft, 1999 June
  • Retirement speeches given to Northern Illinois Conference, 1999 June 7
  • Retirement speech at Irving Park United Methodist Church, 1999 June 19
  • Press statement for Justice Coalition on police shootings, 1999 June 24
  • Faith-based Federal Funding, unpublished article, 2001 February 3
  • Letter to Senator Dick Durbin on Cuba and Colombia, 2001 February 7
  • Ceriale mistrial, Justice Coalition press statement, 2001 February 13
  • Restoring Criminal Justice, 2001 March 10
  • Letter to editor on police injustice, 2001 May 3
  • Prayer Vigil for Tamms Correctional Facility inmates, 2001 May 19
  • Silence in the Face of Idolatry, unpublished article, 2001 September 2
  • Prayer at a Time of Catastrophe, given at Interfaith Service, Buckingham Fountain, Chicago, 2001 September 13
  • Speech to National Day of Protest rally to End Police Brutality, Federal Plaza, Chicago, 2001 October 22
  • A Christian Views the “War on Terrorism” notes for open letter, 2001 November 5
  • Holiday Letter to Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America (CRLN), family and friends, 2001 December 11
  • Testimony on Anti-War Resolution, given to Chicago City Council, 2002 January 15
  • Letter to Congressman Rod Blagojevich on his vote supporting the U.S. war in Iraq, 2002 October 27
  • Putting “Justice” Back in our Criminal Justice System, The Common Good, 2002 Winter
  • War and Peace Seminar of Methodist Federation for Social Action, Chicago, speech, 2002 April 19
  • The World Weeps, poem published by Milan Methodist Church, Milan, Italy, 2003 March 18
  • Prayer in the Midst of War, speech given at Candlelight Peace Vigil, Welles Park, Chicago, 2003 April 6
  • War in Iraq and at Home, speech to Northern Illinois Conference, 2004 June 12
  • Resolution on War in Iraq and at Home adopted by the NIC, 2004 June 12
  • Toward a New Post 9-11 Vision for the Body Politic, unpublished article, 2005 January 10
  • Reflections on 60th anniversary of Hiroshima events, 2005 August 7
  • Tree of Life, invocation at Aids Pastoral Care Network celebration, 2005 November 10
  • Letter to Ambassador Luis Alberto Moreno of Colombia on disappearance of Orlando Valencia of Choco department, undated
  • Letter to British Petroleum Officials terminating my BP credit card over pollution issues, 2007 July 15
  • KKK Crucifixion, Sermonette delivered at First United Methodist Church, Chicago Temple, 2008 October 5
  • What is the Church's Response to War? letter in UM PORTAL, 2009 December 4
  • Prayer written en route to Federal Plaza rally to protest US support for Israel war in Gaza, not delivered, 2009 January
  • Letter to George Gill, Chair Northern Illinois Conference Board of Pensions on health care coverage, 2010 October 6
  • Prayer on the deaths of children and teachers at school, Newtown, CT, given at Ravenswood Manor Park Prayer Vigil, 2012 November 15
  • Reflections on Jackson, MS Church Visitations on 50th Anniversary Year, 2013 March 30
  • The KKK Cross in our Church History, unpublished notes, 2013 August 6
  • Bruce and Eugenia (Johnson) Presente, speech at 44th anniversary Memorial Service, 2013 September 23
  • Watershed Year – 1963, speech to retired NIC clergy & spouses of Bethany of Fox Valley UMC, 2013 October 8
  • Letter on ways to be in solidarity with Muslims, 2015 December 22
  • A post election prayer, sent to e-mail network, 2016 November 8
  • Rainbow PUSH Coalition Greetings, Sharing the Operation Breadbasket Story, Saturday Morning Forum, streamed live, 2017 April 1
  • Remembering King’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech, 50th anniversary, Interfaith Service at Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, 2017 April 4
  • Vietnam Series Forgot Peaceful Anti-war Efforts, letter to the editor, New Haven Register, Oct. 17,2017
  • Operation Breadbasket, speech at MLK Celebration, 2018 January 14

Series 2: SCLC Operation Breadbasket, 1966-1971

Subseries A: Pre-Breadbasket

Box 1 Folder 22 Black Chicago, news clippings, 1967-1968, 1971
Box 1 Folder 23 Black Chicago, Black Methodist, conferences and statements, 1967-1968
Box 1 Folder 24 Black Power, articles and reports, 1966-1970, 1998, 2016
Box 1 Folder 25 Black USA, articles and statements, 1967-1969
Box 1 Folder 26 Chicago Conference on Religion and Race, brochure, undated
Box 1 Folder 27 Chicago Freedom Movement, Al Raby funeral card and obituary, 1988
Box 1 Folder 28 Chicago Freedom Movement, Center for the Scientific Study of Religion, research proposal, circa 1967
Box 1 Folder 29 Chicago Freedom Movement, clergy meeting correspondence, 1965 July 24
Box 1 Folder 30 Chicago Freedom Movement, Chicago Freedom Festival, flyer and program, 1966 March 12
Box 1 Folder 31 Chicago Freedom Movement, Chicago Freedom Rally and March, correspondence and flyers, 1966 June and July
Box 30 Folder 2 Chicago Freedom Movement, Chicago Freedom Rally and March, news clippings, 1966 June and July
Box 1 Folder 32 Chicago Freedom Movement, flyers, 1966
Box 2 Folder 1 Chicago Freedom Movement, Follow-up Committee, report 1966 October 23
Box 2 Folder 2 Chicago Freedom Movement, housing flyers and reports, 1966
Box 2 Folder 3 Chicago Freedom Movement, Illinois Rally for Civil Rights, program, 1964 June 21
Box 2 Folder 4 Chicago Freedom Movement, Marquette Park, historical account by Kay Holper, 1973
Box 2 Folder 5 Chicago Freedom Movement, Marquette Park, anniversary and memorial program and accounts, 2016
Box 30 Folder 3 Chicago Freedom Movement, news clippings, 1963, 1965-1966, 1976, 1993, 2004, 2011
Box 2 Folder 6 Chicago Freedom Movement, voter education and registration, 1966-1967
Box 2 Folder 7 Chicago racism, articles and reports, 1964-1967
Box 30 Folder 4 Chicago racism, news clippings, 1963-1964
Box 2 Folder 8 Chicago Schools and Willis Wagons, 1958, 1961-1966, 2016
Box 30 Folder 5 Chicago Schools and Willis Wagons, news clippings, 1965-1966, 2012
Box 2 Folder 9 Chicago unemployment, Robert B. McKersie report, circa 1972
Box 2 Folder 10 Civil Rights Act, news clipping, 1964, 2008
Box 2 Folder 11 Clergy Alliance of Chicago, news clippings, 1963-1964
Box 2 Folder 12 Human Relations News of Chicago, newsletters, 1961-1971 [selected issues]
Box 2 Folder 13 Leadership Council for Metropolitan Open Communities (LCMOC), news clippings, 1968, 1970
Box 2 Folder 14 Ministers Leadership Training Program, “Creative New Ministries,” address by Rev. C.T. Vivian, 1968 February 22
Box 2 Folder 15 Museum of Negro History and Art, calendar, 1967
Box 2 Folder 16 Operation Breadbasket, Atlanta, news clippings, 1963, 1966-1967
Box 2 Folder 17 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), 10th Annual Convention, letter from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, program and news clippings, 1967
Box 2 Folder 18 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), memo, 1967 May
Box 2 Folder 19 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), news clipping, 1965
Box 2 Folder 20 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), “The SCLC Story in Words and Pictures,” 1964
Box 31 Folder 2 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), One Man, One Vote, poster, [1964]
Box 2 Folder 21 Urban crises and riots, brochures and news clippings, 1964-1968
Box 30 Folder 6 Urban crises and riots, news clippings, 1965, 1968
Box 2 Folder 22 Urban crises and riots, Christians in Racial Crisis, program, 1968
Box 2 Folder 23 Urban crises and riots, Church Federation of Greater Chicago, statement, 1966 July 25
Box 2 Folder 24 Urban crises and riots, Operation Breadbasket, statement and correspondence with Mayor Richard J. Daley, 1967

Series 2: SCLC Operation Breadbasket, 1966-1971

Subseries B: Administrative and General

Box 2 Folder 25 Black products, lists, circa 1967
Box 2 Folder 26 “Breadbaskets of Freedom: Operation Breadbasket,” paper by George Edward Riddick, 1966 December 19
Box 2 Folder 27 Committee organization proposal, undated
Box 2 Folder 28 Correspondence, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, 1967
Box 2 Folder 29 Media, The Chicago Theological Seminary, newsletter and article reprints, 1966 November
Box 2 Folder 30 Media, “Commerce: Chicagoland Voice of Business and Industry,” article reprint, 1968 April
Box 2 Folder 31 Media, Ebony, article reprint, 1967 August
Box 2 Folder 32 Media, image clippings, 1966-1971
Box 2 Folder 33 Media, news clippings, 1966-1971
Box 2 Folder 34 Media, Operation Breadbasket, ABC Channel 7 program flyer, 1969 July 7
Box 30 Folder 7 Media, West Side Torch and Chicago Defender, 1967, 2016
Box 2 Folder 35 Membership, notes, rosters, 1966, 1970
Box 3 Folder 1 National network of chapters, guidelines, programs and news clippings, 1967-1970
Box 30 Folder 8 Operation Breadbasket News, 1967 October, 1969 October
Box 3 Folder 2 Operation PUSH, meetings, 1972 December
Box 3 Folder 3 Organizational structure, 1967, undated
Box 3 Folder 4 Programs, Black banking, brochure, news clippings and press release, 1966-1968, 1970
Box 30 Folder 9 Programs, Black banking, Chicago Sun-Times offprint, 1967 May 4 (3)
Box 3 Folder 5 Programs, Black Christmas, memo and news clippings, 1968-1970
Box 30 Folder 27 Programs, Black Christmas, posters, circa 1969-1970 (2 copies)
Box 3 Folder 6 Programs, Black Easter, news clippings, 1969-1970
Box 3 Folder 7 Programs, Black Expo, program and news clippings, 1969
Box 3 Folder 8 Programs, Black Expo, flyers and news clippings, 1970
Box 3 Folder 9 Programs, Black Expo, news clippings, 1971
Box 3 Folder 10 Programs, Hunger, flyers, news clippings, 1966, 1969
Box 3 Folder 11 Programs, Hunger, flyers, news clippings and press release, 1970
Box 3 Folder 12 Programs, Hunger, Hunger USA: A Report by the Citizens’ Board of Inquiry into Hunger and Malnutrition in the United States, 1968
Box 30 Folder 10 Programs, Negro Businesses Seminar and Programs, news sheet, 1967 March 8 (2)
Box 3 Folder 13 Programs, Poor Peoples Campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1968
Box 30 Folder 11 Programs, Poor Peoples Campaign, Soul Force newsletter and news clippings, 1968
Box 3 Folder 14 Programs, Saturday Breadbasket, event organization and news clippings, 1968-1971
Box 3 Folder 15 Programs, voter registration, flyer, memo and news clippings, 1968-1971
Box 30 Folder 12 Programs, voter registration, news clipping and Chicago Daily News offprint, 1968, 1970
Box 3 Folder 16 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Chicago Chapter, meetings, 1972
Box 3 Folder 17 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Minister Leadership Training Program, circa 1968
Box 3 Folder 18 Special Projects, brochure, circa 1969
Box 3 Folder 19 Spokes and Hubs, Black Labor Leaders Division, labor pamphlet and news clippings, 1967-1971
Box 3 Folder 20 Spokes and Hubs, Business, meeting and planning materials, 1967-1971
Box 3 Folder 21 Spokes and Hubs, Business, Black Book Directory, 1970
Box 30 Folder 13 Spokes and Hubs, Business, news clippings and Black Christmas poster, 1967, undated
Box 4 Folder 1 Spokes and Hubs, Construction, meeting and planning materials, 1970
Box 4 Folder 2 Spokes and Hubs, Consumer Club, meeting and planning materials, undated
Box 4 Folder 3 Spokes and Hubs, Education, news clippings and “Citizens for Bacon” press release, 1968-1971
Box 4 Folder 4 Spokes and Hubs, Health, news clippings, 1969-1970
Box 4 Folder 5 Spokes and Hubs, Jail Ministry, news clippings, 1968, 1980
Box 30 Folder 14 Spokes and Hubs, Jail Ministry, news clipping, 1970
Box 4 Folder 6 Spokes and Hubs, Job Programs, correspondence and brochures, 1965, 1967, undated
Box 4 Folder 7 Spokes and Hubs, Job Programs, Chicago Merit Employment Committee brochures and news clippings, 1966, 1968
Box 4 Folder 8 Spokes and Hubs, Job Programs, Chicago Urban League memo, circa 1967
Box 4 Folder 9 Spokes and Hubs, Music Division, news clippings, 1968-1971, 1987, 2009
LP 1   Spokes and Hubs, Music Division, On the Case: The SCLC Operation Breadbasket Orchestra and Choir, featuring Ben Branch and Gene Barge, Chess Records, LP, 1970
LP 2   Spokes and Hubs, Music Division, The Last Request: Ben Branch & the Operation Breadbasket Orchestra & Choir, Chess Records, LP, 1970
Box 4 Folder 10 Spokes and Hubs, Northern Communities Chapter, meeting and planning materials, 1969-1972
Box 4 Folder 11 Spokes and Hubs, Northern Communities Chapter, Leadership Resource Program packet, 1971
Box 4 Folder 12 Spokes and Hubs, Scavengers, news clippings, 1967, 1969-1970
Box 4 Folder 13 Spokes and Hubs, Women of Breadbasket, news clippings, 1967-1968
Box 4 Folder 14 Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1966
Box 4 Folder 15 Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1967
Box 4 Folder 16 Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1968
Box 4 Folder 17 Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1969
Box 4 Folder 18 Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1970
Box 4 Folder 19 Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1971
Box 4 Folder 20 This is Operation Breadbasket, pamphlet, circa 1969

Series 2: SCLC Operation Breadbasket, 1966-1971

Subseries C: Campaigns and Covenants

Box 5 Folder 1 A&P, negotiation and planning materials, 1967
Box 5 Folder 2 A&P, negotiation and planning materials, 1968
Box 5 Folder 3 A&P, negotiation and planning materials, 1969
Box 5 Folder 4 A&P, negotiation and planning materials, 1970-1971, 1976
Box 5 Folder 5 American Airlines, memo, 1969
Box 5 Folder 6 Bohack Corporation, news clippings, 1971
Box 5 Folder 7 Borden Company, news clippings, 1966
Box 5 Folder 8 A.J. Canfield Company, book notes, undated
Box 5 Folder 9 Certified Grocers of Illinois, negotiation and planning materials, 1966-1968
Box 5 Folder 10 Certified Grocers of Illinois, negotiation and planning materials, 1969-1970
Box 5 Folder 11 Chicago Seven-Up Bottling Company, negotiation and planning materials, 1966-1967, 1970
Box 5 Folder 12 Coalition for United Community Action, construction jobs initiative, news clippings, 1969
Box 5 Folder 13 Coalition for United Community Action, construction jobs initiative, negotiation and planning materials, 1970-1971
Box 5 Folder 14 Coca-Cola Company, news clippings, 1966
Box 5 Folder 15 Coca-Cola Company, Operation PUSH campaign and memos, 1981
Box 5 Folder 16 Continental Baking, correspondence and summaries, 1967, 1970
Box 5 Folder 17 Country Delight and Certified Grocers of Illinois, news clippings, 1966
Box 5 Folder 18 Dean Foods Company, correspondence and news clippings, 1966, 1970
Box 5 Folder 19 Frito-Lay, Inc., correspondence, 1969-1970
Box 5 Folder 20 Hawthorn Mellody, correspondence and news clippings, 1966, 1970
Box 5 Folder 21 High-Low Foods, Inc., negotiation and planning materials, 1966-1970
Box 6 Folder 1 Jewel, negotiation and planning materials, 1966
Box 6 Folder 2 Jewel, negotiation and planning materials, 1967
Box 6 Folder 3 Jewel, negotiation and planning materials, 1968
Box 6 Folder 4 Jewel, negotiation and planning materials, 1969
Box 6 Folder 5 Jewel, negotiation and planning materials, 1970-1971
Box 6 Folder 6 Lorillard Tobacco, memo and news clippings, 1968
Box 6 Folder 7 National Tea Company and Del Farms Food Company, negotiation and planning materials, 1966-1969
Box 6 Folder 8 National Tea Company and Del Farms Food Company, negotiation and planning materials, 1970
Box 6 Folder 9 National Tea Company and Del Farms Food Company, negotiation and planning materials, 1971
Box 6 Folder 10 Old Dutch Foods, notes, 1966
Box 6 Folder 11 Pepsi-Cola Company, negotiation and planning materials, 1966, 1968-1969
Box 6 Folder 12 Red Rooster, news clippings, 1969
Box 6 Folder 13 Sears, negotiation and planning materials, 1970
Box 6 Folder 14 Walgreen’s, negotiation and planning materials, 1970
Box 6 Folder 15 Walgreen’s, negotiation and planning materials, 1971 January-June
Box 6 Folder 16 Walgreen’s, negotiation and planning materials, 1971 July-November
Box 6 Folder 17 Wanzer Dairy, notes, 1966
Box 6 Folder 18 Negotiation research and summaries, 1966-1970

Series 2: SCLC Operation Breadbasket, 1966-1971

Subseries D: Other Social Issues and Projects

Box 7 Folder 1 Angela Davis Legal Defense Fund. On Trial: Angela Davis or America? pamphlet, circa 1971
Box 7 Folder 2 Black capitalism, news clippings, 1969
Box 7 Folder 3 Black Panthers and Fred Hampton, news clippings and newsletter, 1969-1971
Box 30 Folder 15 Black Panthers and Fred Hampton, news clippings, 1969
Box 30 Folder 16 Blackstone Rangers, Voices, newspaper, 1967 June
Box 7 Folder 4 Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), news clippings, press release and public testimony, 1968
Box 7 Folder 5 Constitutional Convention of Illinois and Welfare Council of Metropolitan Chicago, flyer and proposals, 1970
Box 7 Folder 6 Contract Buyers League, correspondence, news clippings and press release, 1970-1971, 1974-1975
Box 7 Folder 7 National politics, news clippings, 1970
Box 7 Folder 8 Neighborhood violence, news clippings, 1970
Box 7 Folder 9 Post Office, news clippings, 1971
Box 7 Folder 10 Surveillance, news clippings, 1970
Box 7 Folder 11 United Methodist Church, Northern Illinois Conference, banking and social issues, correspondence, minutes and reports, 1968-1969, 2007
Box 7 Folder 12 Welfare, news clippings, 1971
Box 7 Folder 13 The Woodlawn Organization (TWO), correspondence, news clippings, notes, press releases, proposals and statements, 1967-1968
Box 7 Folder 14 YMCA, news clipping and report, 1969

Series 2: SCLC Operation Breadbasket, 1966-1971

Subseries E: Post-Breadbasket

Box 7 Folder 15 African-American Blackbook International Reference Guide, 1989
Box 7 Folder 16 Black Church in Chicago, Dollars & Sense magazine, 1981 June-July
Box 7 Folder 17 Black Enterprise, 1988 June
Box 7 Folder 18 Blackbook National Business and Professional Awards, 1983 commemorative publication, 1984
Box 30 Folder 17 Chicago politics, news clippings, 1983, 1988
Box 7 Folder 19 Chicago racism, articles and reports, 1976-1979
Box 7 Folder 20 Chicago racism, flyers, news clippings, programs and reports, 1980-1988
Box 30 Folder 18 Chicago racism, news clippings, 1983, 1986, 1995
Box 7 Folder 21 Chicago racism, news clippings and press release, 1995
Box 7 Folder 22 Chicago racism, news clippings, 2007-2008
Box 7 Folder 23 Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, program, 1972 April 23
Box 8 Folder 1 Jackson Foundation, fundraising gala program, 2006
Box 8 Folder 2 March on Washington, correspondence and flyer, 1993
Box 8 Folder 3 Race and Politics in Chicago, by Ben Joravsky and Eduardo Camacho, 1986
Box 8 Folder 4 Operation PUSH, Religious Affairs Division, minutes, 1985 February 1
Box 8 Folder 5 Operation PUSH, flyer and correspondence, 1992, 1996
Box 8 Folder 6 Rainbow PUSH Coalition, flyers, news clippings and program, publication, 1996, 1999, 2006-2007, 2009
Box 8 Folder 7 Rainbow PUSH Coalition & Citizen Education Fund, Annual Conference, program, 2012
Box 8 Folder 8 Rainbow PUSH Coalition & Citizen Education Fund, Annual Conference, program, 2016
Box 8 Folder 9 Rainbow PUSH Coalition & Citizen Education Fund, Wall Street Project, report, 2017
Box 8 Folder 10 Sharpton, Rev. Al, biographical sketch, 2005
Box 8 Folder 11 Washington, Harold, Dollars & Sense magazine, commemorative issue with publisher’s letter laid in, 1987
Box 8 Folder 12 Young, Andrew, news clippings, 1994

Series 2: SCLC Operation Breadbasket, 1966-1971

Subseries F: Operation Breadbasket: The Untold Story of Civil Rights in Chicago, 1966-1971, Book Research

Box 8 Folder 13 Baggett, Rev. John, email, 2009
Box 8 Folder 14 Barrow, Rev. Willie, interview, funeral program and news clippings, 2008
Box 8 Folder 15 Billups, Rev. Charles, funeral program and news clippings, 1968
Box 8 Folder 16 Businesses, news clippings, news clippings and notes, 1966, 1970-1971, 2008
Box 8 Folder 17 Construction, news clipping and article, 1989, 2004
Box 8 Folder 18 Evans, Rev. Clay, interview and news clippings, 1969-1970, 1982, 2008
Box 8 Folder 19 Ewert, Russell, interview, 2008
Box 8 Folder 20 Forshey, Rev. Gerald, interview, 2008
Box 8 Folder 21 Grady, Walter E., annual reports and interview, 2006-2008
Box 8 Folder 22 Hartman, Hermene, interview and research notes, 1996, 2008
Box 8 Folder 23 Hogan, Rev. William, Chicago Peace Council, award program, 1979
Box 8 Folder 24 Jackson, Jacqueline, interview and research notes, 2009-2010, 2016
Box 8 Folder 25 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, biographical accounts, ordination program and family portrait, 1968, 1987, 2008-2009, 2016
Box 8 Folder 26 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, interview, Playboy, 1969
Box 8 Folder 27 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, interviews, 2008-2009
Box 8 Folder 28 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, interviews, The History Makers, 2 DVDs, 2006
Box 8 Folder 29 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, news clippings, 1966-1971, 1975, 2008, 2010-2014
Box 9 Folder 1 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, presidential campaigns, 1983, 1987-1988
Box 9 Folder 2 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, Time, 1970 April 6
Box 9 Folder 3 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, Noah Robinson, memos and news clippings, 1970-1971
Box 9 Folder 4 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, Operation Breadbasket and SCLC, news clippings, 1969-1971
Box 9 Folder 5 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, Operation PUSH, news clippings, 1971-1972
Box 9 Folder 6 Jewel, correspondence, news clippings, 2008, 2011
Box 9 Folder 7 Johnson, Albert W., news clipping, 2010
Box 9 Folder 8 King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther, birthday celebrations and commemorations, 1969-1971, 1985-1987, 1991
Box 9 Folder 9 King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther, memorial services, sermons and personal reflections, 1968, 2000, 2008, 2011
Box 9 Folder 10 King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther, news clippings, 1967, 1983, 1993, 2006-2007
Box 30 Folder 19 King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther, news clippings, 1988, 1992, 2010, 2016, 2018
Box 9 Folder 11 King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther, “Where Do We Go From Here?” speech, xxxx
Box 9 Folder 12 Lawrence, Rev. Richard, correspondence, news clippings, 1969, 1995, 2006-2007
Box 9 Folder 13 Massoni, Rev. Gary, Perspectives on Operation Breadbasket, typed dissertation, 1971
Box 9 Folder 14 Massoni, Rev. Gary, Perspectives on Operation Breadbasket, dissertation appendix documents, 1966-1968
Box 9 Folder 15 Massoni, Rev. Gary, correspondence, 2008-2009
Box 9 Folder 16 McSween, Cirilo A., correspondence, interview questions, news clippings, funeral program, 1968-1969, 2007-2008 (See also Photographs)
Box 9 Folder 17 Morris, Rev. Calvin, correspondence, news clippings, interview and birthday program, 1968, 1971, 2007-2008, 2016
Box 9 Folder 18 Murray, Eleta, personal account, 2008
Box 9 Folder 19 Operation Breadbasket colleagues, news clippings, 1968, 1984, 1988, 1995, 2007-2009, undated
Box 9 Folder 20 Pitcher, Alvin, Committee for One Society papers, 1968, 2008
Box 10 Folder 1 Porter, Rev. John R., news clippings and interview, 1962, 1964-1965, 2008, 2019 (See also Photographs)
Box 10 Folder 2 Robinson, Noah, news clippings and legal cases, 1970, 1988-1989, 1995-1997, 1999, 2001, 2006, 2015
Box 10 Folder 3 Sears, correspondence, news clippings, 1971, 2008
Box 10 Folder 4 Simmons, Jr., Rev. Earl Jay, funeral program, 1982
Box 10 Folder 5 Thomas, Richard, news clippings and interview, 1972, 2009
Box 10 Folder 6 Tregay, Alice, news clippings, interview and film (DVD), 1972, 2009, 2012 2008 (See also Photographs)
Box 10 Folder 7 Wallace, David M., interview, 2009
Box 10 Folder 8 Walgreen’s, correspondence, news clipping, 2007, 2016

Series 2: SCLC Operation Breadbasket, 1966-1971

Subseries G: Operation Breadbasket: The Untold Story of Civil Rights in Chicago, 1966-1971, Book Drafts and Production

Box 10 Folder 9 Afterward, A Letter to Dr. King, draft, 2008
Box 10 Folder 10 Book prospectus, 2010
Box 10 Folder 23 Book reviews, 2017-2019
Box 10 Folder 24 Book events and presentations, 2015-2018
Box 10 Folder 11 Chronologies, 2011, 2016
Box 10 Folder 12 Cover art, drafts, 2016
Box 10 Folder 13 Drafts and notes, 2007
Box 10 Folder 14 Illustration, selections and sources, circa 2008
Box 10 Folder 15 Introduction, drafts and research notes
Box 10 Folder 16 Manuscript, first typed draft, (1 of 2) circa 2009
Box 10 Folder 17 Manuscript, first typed draft, (2 of 2) circa 2009
Box 10 Folder 18 Organizational charts, 1967-1968
Box 10 Folder 19 Overview, typed draft, undated
Box 10 Folder 20 Planning notes, 2008-2010, undated
Box 10 Folder 25 Promotional materials, circa 2016
Box 10 Folder 21 Research, summaries by year, circa 2008
Box 10 Folder 22 Table of Contents, handwritten and typed drafts, undated

Series 3: Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC)

Subseries A: Chicago Chapter

2019.66   Banner with appliqué portrait of Gandhi and sewn quote that reads, “Prayer is the first and last lesson in learning the noble art of Nonviolence,” 1969 October 2
Box 11 Folder 1 Brochures and letterhead, circa 1972, 1985-1992, undated
Box 11 Folder 2 By-laws, circa 1977, 1990, 1992
Box 11 Folder 3 Certificate, not-for profit, 1975
Box 11 Folder 4 Chicago Metropolitan Sanctuary Alliance, 1990
Box 11 Folder 5 Events, 1973-1983
Box 11 Folder 6 Events, 1984-1988
Box 11 Folder 7 Events, 10th anniversary, 1975
Box 11 Folder 8 Events, annual dinner with Mark Hatfield, 1979
Box 11 Folder 9 Events, annual dinner with George S. McGovern, 1981
Box 11 Folder 10 Events, annual dinner with Bishop Leroy Matthiesen, 1982
Box 11 Folder 11 Events, annual dinner with Edward Markey, 1983
Box 11 Folder 12 Events, annual dinner with Father Robert F. Drinan, 1984
Box 11 Folder 13 Events, annual dinner with Tom Harkin, 1985
Box 11 Folder 14 Events, benefit performance of Alice Walker’s Down a Lonesome Road, 1991
Box 11 Folder 15 Events, Conference on Peace and Theological Education, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, 1974 February 26-28
Box 11 Folder 16 Events, Ecumenical Peace Institute, 1975
Box 11 Folder 17 Events, forum with Dr. Manning Marable, 1992
Box 11 Folder 18 Events, Good Friday Walk for Justice, 1986-1988
Box 31 Folder 3 Events, Greensboro sit-in, layout for print mailer, undated
Box 32   Events, [Swords into Ploughshares] breakfast, 5 cassettes, 1987 June 19 [Rev. Martin Deppe and Harold Washington awardees]
Box 11 Folder 19 Events, Swords into Ploughshares breakfast, program and Rev. Deppe’s speech notes, 1987 June 19 [Rev. Martin Deppe and Harold Washington awardees]
Box 11 Folder 20 Events, Troilus and Cressida benefit performance, 1987
Box 11 Folder 21 Legislative Concerns Network, 1989-1990
Box 11 Folder 22 Mailing lists, 1986-1990
Box 11 Folder 23 Meeting and planning materials (CALCAV), 1965-1966
Box 11 Folder 24 Meeting and planning materials (CALCAV), 1967
Box 11 Folder 25 Meeting and planning materials (CALCAV), 1968
Box 11 Folder 26 Meeting and planning materials (CALCAV), 1969
Box 11 Folder 27 Meeting and planning materials (CALCAV), 1970
Box 11 Folder 28 Meeting and planning materials (CALCAV), 1971
Box 11 Folder 29 Meeting and planning materials, 1971
Box 11 Folder 30 Meeting and planning materials, 1972
Box 12 Folder 1 Meeting and planning materials, 1973
Box 12 Folder 2 Meeting and planning materials, 1974
Box 12 Folder 3 Meeting and planning materials, 1975
Box 12 Folder 4 Meeting and planning materials, 1976
Box 12 Folder 5 Meeting and planning materials, 1977
Box 12 Folder 6 Meeting and planning materials, 1978
Box 12 Folder 7 Meeting and planning materials, 1979
Box 12 Folder 8 Meeting and planning materials, 1980
Box 12 Folder 9 Meeting and planning materials, 1981
Box 12 Folder 10 Meeting and planning materials, 1982
Box 12 Folder 11 Meeting and planning materials, 1983
Box 12 Folder 12 Meeting and planning materials, 1984
Box 12 Folder 13 Meeting and planning materials, 1985 January-July
Box 12 Folder 14 Meeting and planning materials, 1985 August-December
Box 12 Folder 15 Meeting and planning materials, 1986 January-May
Box 13 Folder 1 Meeting and planning materials, 1986 June-September
Box 13 Folder 2 Meeting and planning materials, 1986 October-December
Box 13 Folder 3 Meeting and planning materials, 1987 January-March
Box 13 Folder 4 Meeting and planning materials, 1987 April-June
Box 13 Folder 5 Meeting and planning materials, 1987 July-September
Box 13 Folder 6 Meeting and planning materials, 1987 October-December
Box 13 Folder 7 Meeting and planning materials, 1988 January-June
Box 13 Folder 8 Meeting and planning materials, 1988 July-December
Box 13 Folder 9 Meeting and planning materials, 1989 January-May
Box 13 Folder 10 Meeting and planning materials, 1989 July-December
Box 13 Folder 11 Meeting and planning materials, 1990 January-May
Box 13 Folder 12 Meeting and planning materials, 1990 June-December
Box 14 Folder 1 Meeting and planning materials, 1991 January-June
Box 14 Folder 2 Meeting and planning materials, 1991 July-October
Box 14 Folder 3 Meeting and planning materials, 1991 November-December
Box 14 Folder 4 Meeting and planning materials, 1992 January-June
Box 14 Folder 5 Meeting and planning materials, 1992 July-December
Box 14 Folder 6 Meeting and planning materials, 1993
Box 14 Folder 7 Meeting and planning materials, 1994
Box 14 Folder 8 Meeting and planning materials, 1995-1996
Box 35   Membership cards, 1980s
Box 14 Folder 9 News clippings, 1972-1990
Box 14 Folder 10 North Shore Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1970-1975
Box 14 Folder 11 Notecards, circa 1975
Box 14 Folder 12 Operation Hunger, 1989-1990
Box 14 Folder 13 Publications, CALCAV, newsletters 1966-1967
Box 14 Folder 14 Publications, CALCAV, Who’s Right? Who’s Wrong? - On Vietnam 1966-1967
Box 14 Folder 15 Publications, In the Name of America [Vietnam War], 1968
Box 15 Folder 1 Publications, Profits & Prejudice: Illinois Corporations’ Investments in South Africa, 1985 (2 copies)
Box 15 Folder 2 Publications, Profits & Prejudice: 1987 Update on Investment and Divestment in South Africa, 1987
Box 15 Folder 3 Publications, Satyagraha, 1969-1972
Box 15 Folder 4 Publications, Satyagraha, 1973-1974
Box 15 Folder 5 Publications, Satyagraha, 1975-1976
Box 15 Folder 6 Publications, Satyagraha, 1977-1979
Box 15 Folder 7 Publications, Satyagraha, 1980-1983
Box 15 Folder 8 Publications, Satyagraha, 1984-1986
Box 15 Folder 9 Publications, Satyagraha, 1987-1988
Box 15 Folder 10 Publications, Satyagraha, 1989
Box 15 Folder 11 Publications, CALConcerns and CALC Notes, 1981 [incomplete]
Box 15 Folder 12 Publications, What One Christian Can Do to Help Prevent Nuclear War, by Ronald Freund, 1982
Box 15 Folder 13 Simon, Paul, correspondence and events, 1984-1985
Box 15 Folder 14 Speakers and resources, circa 1982
Box 15 Folder 15 Surveillance, FBI files, 1967-1973

Series 3: Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC)

Subseries B: Chicago Chapter, Projects and Actions

Box 15 Folder 16 Anti-Racism Institute, affirmative action, 1995
Box 15 Folder 17 Anti-Racism Institute, Chicago Interreligious Coalition Against Racism, 1994
Box 15 Folder 18 Anti-Racism Institute, events and workshops, 1994-1995
Box 15 Folder 19 Anti-Racism Institute, Integrity, newsletter, 1992-1997
Box 16 Folder 1 Arms Bazaar protest, 1978-1979
Box 16 Folder 2 Bicentennial Peace Education, 1975
Box 16 Folder 3 Central America and Sanctuary, [1982], 1984-1985
Box 16 Folder 4 Central America and Sanctuary, 1986-1987
Box 16 Folder 5 Central America and Sanctuary, 1988-1991
Box 16 Folder 6 Central America and Sanctuary, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) amicus brief, 1989
Box 16 Folder 7 Central America and Sanctuary, Ellis Levin hearing, 1986-1987
Box 16 Folder 8 Central America and Sanctuary, Illinois National Guard referendum, 1987-1988
Box 16 Folder 9 Central America and Sanctuary, Nicaragua, slide show, undated
Box 16 Folder 10 Central America and Sanctuary, Nicaraguan Aid Project, 1988
Box 16 Folder 11 Central America and Sanctuary, Witness for Peace, Nicaragua, 1986-1987
Box 31 Folder 4 Central America and Sanctuary posters:
  • Central America Week, The Struggle for Life in Central America, circa 1985
  • Winter Term in Mexico, 1983
  • March on Washington, Recognize, Stop Imperialism, Nov. 12, undated
  • Neighbor to Neighbor, [No] Folgers, El Salvador Death Squad Coffee, 1989
  • New York State Nurses Association, Upstate Tour, Walter Lear MD, Physicians Forum Committee for Medical Aid to El Salvador, circa 1980s
  • Nicaragua, jamás hubo tanta patria en el corazón, circa 1989
Box 16 Folder 12 Chicago Nuclear War Conference, 1979
Box 16 Folder 13 Coalition for New Priorities, 1989-1992
Box 31 Folder 5 Disarmament, Chicago rally posters:
  • Hiroshima Day, Chicago Sun-Times, memorial rally, 1982 August 1
  • Jane Kennedy, First United Methodist Church event, poster, 1971
  • Midwest Freeze Rally, Come together for spacious skies…October 13, Grant Park, poster, circa 1984
  • Nuclear Freeze Referendum, Cook County, poster, 1982
  • Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago, rally poster, circa 1984
Box 16 Folder 14 Disarmament, committee meeting materials, 1984-1986
Box 30 Folder 20 Disarmament, End the Arms Race march, news clippings, 1982
Box 16 Folder 15 Disarmament, Europe, 1984, 1986
Box 16 Folder 16 Disarmament, General Electric boycott, 1986-1987
Box 16 Folder 17 Disarmament, General Electric boycott, stickers, 1986 (2)
Box 16 Folder 18 Disarmament, Hiroshima Day, 1986, 1989
Box 16 Folder 19 Disarmament, Hiroshima/Nagasaki, 40th anniversary, 1985
Box 16 Folder 20 Disarmament, Charles Hyder presidential campaign, press releases, 1988
Box 16 Folder 21 Disarmament, Jane Kennedy, 1971-1975
Box 16 Folder 22 Disarmament, nuclear education materials, 1984-1985
Box 16 Folder 23 Disarmament, Nuclear Freeze Referendum Committee, 1982-1983
Box 32   Disarmament, Nuclear Freeze Referendum, radio spots, reel-to-reel tapes, 1982 (2)
Box 32   Disarmament, Nuclear Freeze Referendum, radio tag, cassette, circa 1982
Box 16 Folder 24 Disarmament, Nuclear Freeze Referendum, bumper sticker, 1982
Oversize Folder 1   Disarmament, Musicians Against Nuclear Arms (MANA), Symphony for Survival, Chicago, poster, 1982 November 21
Box 16 Folder 25 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago, 1984-1985
Box 17 Folder 1 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago, 1986
Box 17 Folder 2 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago-area, 1985
Box 17 Folder 3 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago, ceremonial signing by Mayor Harold Washington, 1986 March 23
Box 17 Folder 4 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago, commemoration day, 1986 August
Box 17 Folder 5 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago, defense contracts, 1983
Box 17 Folder 6 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago, draft statements and talking points, 1986
Box 30 Folder 21 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago, flyer paste-up, circa 1986
Box 17 Folder 7 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone Chicago, legal reports, 1986
Box 17 Folder 8 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, Cook County, 1987-
Box 17 Folder 9 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, Cook County military contracts, 1985
Box 17 Folder 10 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, Illinois church resolutions, 1984-1985
Box 17 Folder 11 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, Illinois correspondence, 1984-1986
Box 17 Folder 12 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, Illinois military contracts, 1985
Box 17 Folder 13 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, international, 1984-1986
Box 32   Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, M. Halperin, Q-101 Radio, cassette, 1986 January 14
Box 17 Folder 14 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, national, 1984-1986
2019.61   Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, ordinance, signed by Mayor Harold Washington, mounted on board with button, 1986
Box 17 Folder 15 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, ordinances, 1981-1986
Box 17 Folder 16 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, ordinance follow-up, 1986
Box 17 Folder 17 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, packets, 1987
Box 17 Folder 18 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, research, 1981-1986
2019.63   Disarmament, Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, metal sign, 1987
Box 17 Folder 19 Disarmament, Nuclear Weapons Freeze campaign, 1982-1987
Box 17 Folder 20 Disarmament, research, 1981-1990
Box 18 Folder 1 Disarmament, Rock Island Arsenal, 1984-1986
Box 18 Folder 2 Disarmament, SANE/FREEZE and Rev. William Sloane Coffin, 1987
Box 18 Folder 3 Disarmament, SALT II Treaty, 1978-1979, 1986
Box 18 Folder 4 Disarmament, Star Wars, 1984-1986
Box 18 Folder 5 Disarmament, teach-ins and trainings, flyers, circa 1972-1973
Box 18 Folder 6 Disarmament, test ban advocacy, 1985-1986
Box 18 Folder 7 Disarmament, Test Ban Caravan, 1987
Box 18 Folder 8 Free Haiti, march and rally, 1992
Box 18 Folder 9 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, Chicago civic actions and press conference, 1974
Oversize Folder 1   General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign posters:
  • B-I Bomber Will Cost Us Ninety-two Billion Dollars…, circa 1980 (2)
  • Fight Inflation, Drop the B-1 Bomber, undated
Box 18 Folder 10 Honeywell, Chicago action campaign, 1972-1973
Box 30 Folder 22 Honeywell, Chicago civic actions, 1972
Box 18 Folder 11 Honeywell, Honeywell Kills People, stickers, 1972 (2)
Box 18 Folder 12 Honeywell, research files, 1970-1973
Box 18 Folder 13 Lefever, Ernest, Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs nomination 1981
Box 18 Folder 14 Lefever, Ernest, Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearings, 1981
Box 19 Folder 1 Lefever, Ernest, Senate Foreign Relations Committee testimony by Rev. Martin Deppe, 1981
Box 19 Folder 2 Militarism and Conscience Program, 1982-1985
Box 31 Folder 6 Militarism and Conscience Program, Thinking of Military Service? poster, circa 1982
Box 19 Folder 3 Peace advocacy and events, 1981, 1985-1988
2019.60   Clergy and Laity Concerned - Martin Luther King Peace Initiative, hand-written table display sign, undated
Box 31 Folder 7 Peace advocacy and events:
  • Morgan Park United Methodist Church, A World with Peace and Justice, poster, 1984 (2)
  • Peace & World Affairs Center of Evanston, Jane Kennedy, Oct. 15, poster, circa 1971
  • Peace with Justice Week, October 16-24, poster, 1987
Box 19 Folder 4 Peace and Justice Report Card for National Candidates, 1988
Box 19 Folder 5 Philippines, 1985-1986
Box 19 Folder 6 Racial and Economic Justice, Chicago Electric Options Campaign, 1991
Box 19 Folder 7 Racial and Economic Justice, Chief Illiniwek, 1989
Box 19 Folder 8 Racial and Economic Justice, Racism Rehab Institute, 1990-1991
Box 19 Folder 9 Racial and Economic Justice, workshops, 1988-1990
Box 19 Folder 10 South Africa, 1972, 1977-1980
Box 19 Folder 11 South Africa, 1981-1983
Box 19 Folder 12 South Africa, 1984-1987
Box 19 Folder 13 South Africa, 1988-1991
Box 19 Folder 14 South Africa, Amandla! South Africa: The Struggle for a Country, slide show, undated
Box 19 Folder 15 South Africa, Prexy Nesbitt, 1990
Box 19 Folder 16 South Africa, Soweto Day demonstrations, 1987-1990
Box 31 Folder 8 South Africa, Stop Apartheid’s Violence, poster, 1992
Box 19 Folder 17 South African divestment, project grants, 1977-1978
Box 20 Folder 1 South African divestment, Church Federation of Greater Chicago, 1978-1979, 1981
Box 20 Folder 2 South African divestment, Church of the Brethren, Elgin, Illinois, 1979
Box 20 Folder 3 South African divestment, Episcopal Church, 1978-1980
Box 20 Folder 4 South African divestment, Lutheran Church, 1972, 1978-1983
Box 20 Folder 5 South African divestment, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC), 1977, 1980-1981
Box 20 Folder 6 South African divestment, Methodist Church, 1978-1981
Box 20 Folder 7 South African divestment, National Council of Churches (NCC), 1977-1979, 1981
Box 20 Folder 8 South African divestment, Presbyterian Church, 1977, 1979-1982
Box 20 Folder 9 South African divestment, United Church of Christ, 1975, 1979-1980
Box 20 Folder 10 South African divestment, various denominations, 1977-1983
Box 20 Folder 11 Vietnam War, 1976-1980
Box 20 Folder 12 Vietnam War, Anti-Ballistic Missile systems (ABM), 1967-1969
Box 20 Folder 13 Vietnam War, Cambodian aid protest, 1975
Box 34 2018.20 Vietnam War, Chi Hoa Prison, South Vietnam, arrest wristband for Do Van Ot, 5195QP, 1971 July 18
Box 20 Folder 14 Vietnam War, Chicago Area Peace Parade and Rally, 1967 March 25
Box 20 Folder 15 Vietnam War, Citizens Conference on Ending the War in Indochina, 1971
Box 20 Folder 16 Vietnam War, draft counseling, 1967-1969, 1971
Box 20 Folder 17 Vietnam War, draft resistance actions, 1967, 1971
Box 20 Folder 18 Vietnam War, holiday pilgrimage marches, 1969-1972, 1975
Box 20 Folder 19 Vietnam War, Methodist Church statements, 1966-1967
Box 20 Folder 20 Vietnam War, Mobilization of Clergymen in Washington, 1967
Box 20 Folder 21 Vietnam War, Mobilization of Clergymen in Washington, 1969
Box 20 Folder 22 Vietnam War, Movement for a Democratic Military, 1970-1971
Box 20 Folder 23 Vietnam War, Negotiation Now! campaign, 1967
Box 30 Folder 23 Vietnam War, news clippings, 1967-1968, 1973, 1975
Box 32   Vietnam War, [Ronald] Freund-Houser debate, cassette, 1972 November 5
Box 20 Folder 24 Vietnam War, Teachers Committee for Peace in Vietnam, 1970
Box 20 Folder 25 Vietnam War, Time, 10th anniversary edition, 1985 April 15
Box 20 Folder 26 Vietnam War, Unsell the War, 1972
Box 20 Folder 27 Vietnam War, Vietnam liberation, 1975
Box 31 Folder 9 Vietnam War posters,
  • Beverly Unitarian Church, Meal of Reconciliation, 1967 August 27 (2)
  • CALC, Hundreds More Killed Today in Indochina, U.S. Gideon, Still a P.O.W, Stop Bombing, Stop Vietnamization, Set the Date, handmade sign board, 1970s
  • Conspiracy! [Chicago 8 trial?], [1968]
  • “How Should We Support Our Men in Vietnam?” Chicago Daily News insert, 1967 May 24
  • “Negotiation Now!” Chicago Sun-Times insert, 1968 January 16 (2)
  • People’s Peace Treaty, Chicago Sun-Times ad, 1971 April 13
  • Protest the ABM’s, rally poster, 1969
  • “Three Points Mean Peace,” Chicago Sun-Times insert, 1972 June 30
  • Vietnam & the Churches, University of Chicago Law School, circa 1967 (1 poster and 1 clipped poster image)
Box 20 Folder 28 Vietnam War posters, Re-elect the Dike-bomber? bumper sticker, 1972

Series 3: Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC)

Subseries C: National Organization and Regional Field Staff

Box 21 Folder 1 Brochures, circa 1970s
Box 21 Folder 2 Field manual and network directory, 1976
Box 21 Folder 3 National organization, meeting and planning materials, 1966-1971
Box 21 Folder 4 National Organizing Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, planning materials, 1971
Box 21 Folder 5 National Organizing Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, session materials, 1971
Box 21 Folder 6 National Organizing Conference, St. Louis, Missouri planning materials, 1976
Box 21 Folder 7 National Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1972
Box 21 Folder 8 National Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1973
Box 21 Folder 9 National Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1974
Box 21 Folder 10 National Steering Committee, CALC reorganization proposals, 1974
Box 21 Folder 11 National Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1975
Box 22 Folder 1 National Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1976
Box 22 Folder 2 National Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1977
Box 22 Folder 3 National Interim Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1986
Box 22 Folder 4 National Interim Steering Committee, meeting and planning materials, 1991-1992
Box 30 Folder 26 Publications, American Report, 1971-1972 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 5 Publications, American Report, promotional materials, 1971-1972 [incomplete]
LP 3   Publications, American Report, radio programs with Betsy Ashton, Boston Area Women’s Liberation, John Henry Faulk, Rev. Richard Fernandez, David Harris, Karl Hess, Mayday Media, Mary McAnally and Robert Zelnick, 1972
LP 4   Publications, American Report, radio program with Tom Berry, Fred Branfman, John Conyers, Ron Dellums and Dick Gregory, 1972
LP 5   Publications, American Report, radio program with Fred Branfman, Robert McAfee Brown, Walt Davis, John Henry Faulk, Don Luce and Unsell the War broadcasts, 1972
Box 22 Folder 6 Publications, CLC Newsletter, 1974
Box 22 Folder 7 Publications, CALC Report, 1975 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 8 Publications, CALC Report, 1976
Box 22 Folder 9 Publications, CALC Report, 1977 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 10 Publications, CALC Report, 1978 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 11 Publications, CALC Report, 1979-1980 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 12 Publications, CALC Report, 1982-1983 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 13 Publications, CALC Report, 1986-1987 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 14 Publications, CALC Report, 1989 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 15 Publications, CALC Report, 1992 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 16 Publications, Issues and Actions, 1968-1969 [incomplete]
Box 22 Folder 17 Publications, image reproductions with Alan Boesak, Bill Coffin, David Dellinger, Anders Fern, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr., Oliver Tambo and the Vietnam War Moratorium march, 1969, 1987
Box 23 Folder 1 Regional Field Staff, program development, 1972
Box 23 Folder 2 Regional Field Staff, meeting and planning materials, 1973
Box 23 Folder 3 Regional Field Staff, meeting and planning materials, 1974
Box 23 Folder 4 Regional Field Staff, meeting and planning materials, 1975
Box 23 Folder 5 Regional Field Staff, meeting and planning materials, 1976-1977
Box 23 Folder 6 Regional Field Staff, reports, 1973
Box 23 Folder 7 Subcommittee on Development, meeting and planning materials, 1971
Box 23 Folder 8 Subcommittee on Development, meeting and planning materials, 1972
Box 23 Folder 9 Subcommittee on Development, meeting and planning materials, 1973

Series 3: Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC)

Subseries D: National Organization and Regional Field Staff, Projects and Actions

Box 32   Disarmament, AFSC, Acceptable Risk, slide show narration, cassette, 1980
Box 24 Folder 1 Disarmament, AFSC, Acceptable Risk, slides 81-160 and partial script, 1980
Box 24 Folder 2 Disarmament, AFSC, Acceptable Risk, slide show documentation, 1980
Box 24 Folder 3 Disarmament, AFSC, Acceptable Risk, slide show script, 1980
Box 24 Folder 4 Disarmament, AFSC, Acceptable Risk, slide show study and action guide, 1980
Box 24 Folder 5 Disarmament, AFSC, Post-War War and Vietnam, slide show, 1972-1973
Box 24 Folder 6 Disarmament, CALC, The Only Land We Belong To, slide show and script, circa 1981
Box 24 Folder 7 Disarmament, Nuclear War Graphics Project, The Dream of the Impenetrable Shield, slides, script and poster, circa 1982
Box 32   Disarmament, Packard Manse Media Project, The Last Slideshow, cassette, 1978
Box 24 Folder 8 Disarmament, Packard Manse Media Project, The Last Slideshow, slide show script, 1978 [slides missing]
Box 24 Folder 9 Disarmament, SANE, Guns or Butter?, slide show and script, 1973
Box 32   Disarmament, SANE, Guns or Butter?, slide show narration, cassette, 1973
Box 31 Folder 10 Disarmament posters:
  • CALC, Johnson-1968, Nixon-1972, circa 1972
  • Join the Test Ban Caravan, June 8-9, Washington DC, 1987
  • Pershing II Cruise Missiles, nein! Bonn, Germany, program, 1983 October 22
  • Rocky Flats, the Nuclear Crossroads of the U.S., Denver, Colorado, circa 1983
  • United Nations, Department for Disarmament Affairs, Costs of the Arms Race, circa 1991 (2)
  • United Nations, NGO Committee on Disarmament, Dis-arm, to Reduce Peacetime Proportions…, 1978
  • Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation, New York Times landmine ban advertisement, 1997 December 2
  • Why Encourage Violence, Don’t Buy War Toys, sticker, undated
Box 24 Folder 10 Friendshipment, 1977-1978
Box 24 Folder 11 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, AFSC, Stop the B-1 Bomber, slide show and script, 1975
Box 24 Folder 12 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, AFSC, The Supersonic Swing-wing Swindle, slide show, script and flyers, 1975
Box 31 Folder 10 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, AFSC, There Has to be an End so There Can be a Beginning, Stop the B-1 Bomber, poster, circa 1975 (5)
Box 24 Folder 13 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, bumper sticker, circa 1975
Box 24 Folder 14 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1972-1973
Box 25 Folder 1 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1974
Box 25 Folder 2 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1975
Box 25 Folder 3 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1976
Box 25 Folder 4 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1977-1978
Box 31 Folder 12 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign poster:
  • National Peace Conversion Campaign, B-1 Bomber, 1975
  • National Peace Conversion Campaign, Stop the B-1 Bomber, 1974
Box 30 Folder 24 General Electric and B-1 Bomber campaign posters:
  • The Last Flight of the B-1 Bomber, 1977
  • President Carter, Honor Your Word, Stop the B-1 Bomber, 1976
  2019.64 Honeywell, CBS 60 Minutes, 16mm film, circa 1972
Box 34 2018.21.1-3 Honeywell campaign, Guava anti-personnel “candle bombs” in a cloth bag with Honeywell Kills People button, circa 1972
Box 25 Folder 5 Honeywell campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1971
Box 25 Folder 7 Honeywell campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1972
Box 25 Folder 9 Honeywell campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1973
Box 25 Folder 11 Honeywell campaign, meeting and planning materials, 1974
Box 25 Folder 8 Honeywell campaign, organizing manual, 1972 April
Box 25 Folder 6 Honeywell campaign, report, 1971
Box 25 Folder 10 Honeywell campaign, reports, 1973
Box 25 Folder 12 Human Rights, AFSC, Sharing Global Resources, slide show, 1977
Box 32   Human Rights, AFSC, Sharing Global Resources, slide show narration, cassette, 1977
Box 25 Folder 13 Human Rights, Valiant Women of Korea, slide show, undated
Box 25 Folder 14 King, Jr., Dr. Martin Luther, birthday, organizing kit, 1986
Box 26 Folder 1 Vietnam War, Amnesty campaign, 1971-1972
Box 26 Folder 2 Vietnam War, Amnesty campaign, 1973
Box 26 Folder 3 Vietnam War, Amnesty campaign, 1974
Box 26 Folder 4 Vietnam War, Amnesty campaign, 1975
Box 26 Folder 5 Vietnam War, Amnesty campaign, 1976
Box 26 Folder 6 Vietnam War, Amnesty campaign, 1977
Box 32   Vietnam War, Amnesty campaign, debate with Sgt. John Young, Phelps Jones, a Loyola priest and Ron Freund, cassette, 1974 April 2
Box 32   Vietnam War, Amnesty campaign, interview with Sgt. John Young, cassette, 1974
Box 30 Folder 25 Vietnam War, Amnesty campaign, newsletters, 1973-1974 [incomplete]
Box 26 Folder 7 Vietnam War, The Automated Air War, slide show and script, 1972
Box 32   Vietnam War, The Automated Air War, slide show film strip, 1972
Box 32   Vietnam War, The Automated Air War, slide show narration, cassette, 1972
LP 6   Vietnam War, The Automated Air War, slide show narration, LP, 1972 (2)
Box 27 Folder 1 Vietnam War, The Automated Air War, slide show scripts, 1972
Box 27 Folder 2 Vietnam War, The Automated Air War, slide show script footnotes and reports, 1972
Box 31 Folder 11 Vietnam War, Indochina, calendar, 1973
Box 27 Folder 3 Vietnam War, Medical Aid for Indochina campaign, 1972
Box 27 Folder 4 Vietnam War, position papers, 1967-1969, 1973
Box 27 Folder 5 Vietnam War, report, 1968 January-September
  2019.65 Vietnam War, South Vietnam: A Question of Torture, 16mm film directed by Michael Beckham, 1973
Box 27 Folder 6 Vietnam War, Vietnamese statements, 1969
Box 27 Folder 7 Vietnam War, Vietnamese statements, 1970
Box 27 Folder 8 Vietnam War, Vietnamese statements, 1971
Box 27 Folder 9 Vietnam War, Vietnamese statements, 1972
Box 31 Folder 12 Vietnam War posters:
  • American Friends Service Committee, Peace & Jobs, Stop the B-1 Bomber, circa 1975
  • Amnesty + freedom, International Week of Concern, 1974
  • CALC, Blessed are the Peacemakers…in Saigon They are Imprisoned, 1970s
  • CALC, Friendshipment, Time for Healing, circa 1975
  • CALC, Peace, art by Pierotti, 1972
  • CALC, Stop the B-1 Bomber, circa 1974
  • CALCAV, American Prisoners, circa 1970s
  • CALCAV, Dear Mom and Dad, Your Silence is Killing Me, circa 1972
  • CALCAV, Inauguration of Conscience, 1973
  • CALCAV, The Vietnam War Continues, posters, March 1969, November 1970, February 1971, November 1971, December 1971, April 1972, January 1973 (8)
  • CALCAV, This is Our Only Vietnam Deadline, undated
  • CALCAV, Vietnam, Who Is the Principal Terrorist? Undated
  • CALCAV, When the President Brings Back 150,000 Troops, circa 1975
  • For Peace in Indochina End Military Aid, 1973 (4)
  • If You Were in Indochina, This Would be a Bomb, undated
  • Indochina Peace Campaign, No More Broken Treaties, Honor the Peace Agreement, circa 1975
  • International Committee of Conscience on Vietnam, New York Times insert, 1966 January 23
  • International Day of Concern, 1973
  • Introduction to the Enemy: A 60-minute Color Documentary about Vietnam, 1974
  • Joint Peace Ad Committee, “Please Mr. President-must more Americans die for Thieu and Ky?” New York Times insert, 1970 October 18
  • Moratorium Project and Peoples Coalition for Peace & Justice, The New Moratorium, Oct 13, No Business as Usual, 1971
  • People’s Coalition for Peace and Justice, March Against Death, Demand Nixon Sign the Ceasefire Now! circa 1973
  • Street Without Joy, broadside letter by Daniel Berrigan, publication unknown, 1972
  • Vietnam Summer, 1967
  • War is Over, a Celebration, Sheep Meadow, Central Park, 1975 May 11
  • We Will Rebuild Our Country Ten Times More Beautiful, circa 1974
Oversize Folder 2   Vietnam War posters:
  • CALC, [The Air War Continues], circa 1972
  • CALC, Withdrawal, 1970
  • CALC, Wouldn’t You Go to Jail if it Would Help End the War? [Daniel] Ellsberg, lithograph, 1971
  • In Giving Their Lives They Find Life… [draft records destruction defendants], 1971
  • International Committee of Conscience on Vietnam, New York Times insert, 1966 January 23
  • Set the Date Now! An Interreligious Campaign to End the War, circa 1972

Series 3: Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC)

Subseries E: Audio-Visual

NOTE: Tapes have not been checked to ensure content or playability. Titles and information is as transcribed from packages.

Box 32   CALC, call, cassette [damaged], 1972 November 9
Box 32   Best, Emil, They Say the War is Over, music cassette, 1976
Box 32   Collins, Judy, reel-to-reel tape, undated
Box 32   Disarmament, Institute for World Order, Operation Turning Point, radio spots with Paul Newman, Norman Cousins, Margaret Mead, The Game and The Great Arms Race, reel-to-reel tape, 1978
Box 32   Disarmament, National Public Radio, European Nuclear Disarmament, Communique Series, cassette, 1981
Box 32   Disarmament, National Public Radio, The Role of Nuclear Weapons in the 1980s, Options Series, cassette, 1981
Box 32   Disarmament, National Public Radio, “Arms Bazaar,” reel-to-reel tape, circa 1979
Box 32   Disarmament, Peace Productions, If the World Goes Away, VHS, 1984
Box 32   Events, benefit, reel-to-reel tape, 1971 November 14
Box 32   Events, benefit with Randall Robinson and Prexy Nesbitt, VHS, 1990 May 3
Box 32   Events, lunch speaker [Henry] Schwarzchild, cassette, 1973 October 17
Box 32   Events, Bright Morning Star, advance promotional release from Rainbow Snake Records, reel-to-reel tape, 1981
Box 32   Events, DeKalb vigil, 2 cassettes, undated
Box 32   Committee Against Registration and the Draft, radio spots with Lily Tomlin, Lavar Burton, Martin Sheen, Henry Gibson, Susan Richardson and Mike Farrell, reel-to-reel tape, 1980
Box 32   Douglas, Willy, ComEd, cassette [damaged], undated
Box 32   Drafting information, reel-to-reel tape, undated
Box 32   Ext. 720, Part One, reel-to-reel tape, 1974 April 2
Box 32   In the Public Interest, with Bob Ransom, Carl Rogers, Bob Musial, H.L. Ransom, T. Young and Ramsey Clark, cassette, undated
Box 32   King, Jr., Martin Luther King. The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr., edited by Clayborne Carson, New York: Time Warner Audiobooks, 1998 (6 cassettes)
Box 32 Check Metromedia Producers Corporation, Moving Target, 16mm film, undated
Box 32   Radio Free People, “A Candle for God or a Poker for the Devil?” program, reel-to-reel tape, undated
Box 32   Radio Free People, Repression in the Mother Country, “Legal System” program with Deruba Athaney and Bobby Seale, reel-to-reel tape, undated
Box 32   Unidentified, cassettes, undated (5)
Box 32   Unidentified event, Ambassador Bruce, reel-to-reel tape, undated
Box 32   Unidentified event, American delegation, 3 cassettes, undated
Box 32   Unidentified journalists, reel-to-reel tape, undated
Box 32   Unidentified journalists and correspondents, cassette, undated
Box 32   Unidentified press conference, cassette, undated
Box 32   Unidentified press conference, reel-to-reel tape, undated
Box 32   Vietnam War, Unsell the War, 2 [16mm] films, circa 1971
Box 32   Vietnam War, Unsell the War, radio spots, 3 reel-to-reel tapes, circa 1971
Box 32   Vietnam War, veterans, reel-to-reel tape, circa 1970s
Box 32   Vietnam War, Xuan Thuy, cassette, undated
Box 32   Vietnam War, Wounded Night, 45 record, songs by Peggy Seeger, Ewan MacColl and The Rose-Redwoods for the Medical Aid for Indochina benefit, 1970s

Series 4: Alliance to End Repression (AER)

2019.62   Alliance to End Repression (AER) hand-painted wood sign, undated
Box 27 Folder 10 Alliance/Citizen’s Alert civil suit and grand jury text of the Cook County Grand Jury Report on Police Spying in Chicago, 1975
Box 27 Folder 11 Brochures and flyer, circa 1970, 1986, undated
Box 27 Folder 12 Chicago Police Department, rules and regulations review, 1985
Box 27 Folder 13 Citizen’s Alert, police reform proposal, 1972
Box 27 Folder 14 Cook County Special Bail Project, 1970
Box 27 Folder 15 “Dupes and Fellow Travelers Dress Up Communist Fronts,” Life reprint, 1949 April 4
Box 27 Folder 16 Meeting and planning materials, 1969-1970
Box 27 Folder 17 Meeting and planning materials, 1971
Box 27 Folder 18 Meeting and planning materials, 1972
Box 27 Folder 19 Meeting and planning materials, 1973-1975
Box 27 Folder 20 Meeting and planning materials, 1976
Box 27 Folder 21 Meeting and planning materials, 1977-1979
Box 27 Folder 22 Meeting and planning materials, 1980
Box 28 Folder 1 Meeting and planning materials, 1981
Box 28 Folder 2 Meeting and planning materials, 1982
Box 28 Folder 3 Meeting and planning materials, 1984-1986
Box 28 Folder 4 Meeting and planning materials, 1990-1991, 1995
Box 28 Folder 5 Red Squad, articles and statements by Rev. Martin L. Deppe, 1979, 1981
Box 28 Folder 6 Red Squad, campaign and civil suit, 1976
Box 28 Folder 7 Red Squad, campaign and civil suit, 1977
Box 28 Folder 8 Red Squad, campaign and civil suit, 1978-1980
Box 28 Folder 9 Red Squad, campaign and civil suit, 1981
Box 28 Folder 10 Red Squad, campaign and civil suit, 1982
Box 28 Folder 11 Red Squad, campaign and civil suit, 1983
Box 28 Folder 12 Red Squad, campaign and civil suit, 1984
Box 28 Folder 13 Red Squad, campaign and civil suit, 1985
Box 28 Folder 14 Red Squad, campaign and civil suit, 1986-1987
Box 28 Folder 15 Red Squad files, Rev. Martin Deppe, 1967-1974
Box 28 Folder 16 Red Squad files, Watchdog Phase I, 1971
Box 28 Folder 17 Red Squad files, Watchdog Phase II, 1972
Box 28 Folder 18 Red Squad files, Watchdog Phase III, 1973
Box 28 Folder 19 Red Squad files, Watchdog Phase IV, 1974

Series 5: Other Civic Actions

Box 28 Folder 20 Call to Impeach Judge Julius Hoffman, petition, 1970
Box 28 Folder 21 Chicago Committee to Defend the Bill of Rights (CCDBR), 1966, 1982
Box 31 Folder 13 Chicago event posters:
  • ACT UP Chicago, Avoid Blood and Semen, Talk About Safe Sex, Use a Condom, undated
  • Apartheid: Focus on Namibia, conference, Hyde Park, Chicago, 1987
  • Movimiento Estudantil Chicano de Aztlan, 4th Annual Cesar Chavez Commemoration, University of Chicago, 2005
  • Rally for Angela [Davis], circa 1971
  • Salute to Paul Robeson, Chicago, poster and program, 1983
  • Spertus College of Judaica, In Memory and in Celebration: The Life, Work and Influence of Abraham Joshua Heschel, 1987
Box 28 Folder 22 Civic action stickers:
  • Amnesty International, undated
  • If You’re Not Outraged, You’re Not Paying Attention, undated
  • Infant Formula Action Committee, Save a Baby’s Life, Boycott Nestle Taster’s Choice, 1982
Box 28 Folder 23 Middle East peace campaigns, Chicago Gulf War demonstrations, 1990-1991
Box 31 Folder 14 Middle East peace campaigns,
  • ANSWER Coalition, 5 Years of Illegal Occupation, End the War Now, poster, circa 2008
  • War Is Not an Option, Don’t Get Bushwhacked, No Blank Check, circa 2003
Box 32   Middle East peace campaigns, Committee for Labor Access, Labor Beat, “Movement to Halt U.S. Gulf War,” VHS, circa 1990
Box 28 Folder 24 Middle East peace campaigns, handmade protest signs, circa 2004 (2)
Box 28 Folder 25 Middle East peace campaign stickers:
  • How Many Iraqi Children Did We Kill Today? stickers, (2)
  • America’s Problems Won’t Be Solved in Iraq, stickers, undated
Oversize Folder 3   Miscellaneous posters:
  • XXV anniversario del martiro de Monseñor Romero, 2005
  • Anti-Defamation League, The Holocaust, exhibit of 20 posters, 1977
  • The Palestine Foundation, Help Support the Palestinian Victims of Occupation, undated
  • United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR), Words Like These Have Lost Their Meaning to Many Refugees…, circa 2002
  • United Nations High Commission on Refugees (UNHCR), The Road for a Refugee Is as Long as You Make It, circa 2002
  • University of Chicago School of Social Administration, Making Peace, 1988
Box 31 Folder 15 Miscellaneous posters:
  • American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), I’d Rather Go Down in History as One Lone Negro… [Ida B. Wells-Barnett], poster with calendar, 1981
  • Ecumenical Institute, And They Were Filled with the Holy Spirit…Pentecost, undated (2)
  • Great Kings of Africa, set of 8 posters created for Budweiser, undated
  • If a Man Does Not Keep Pace with His Companions…Thoreau, undated
  • Jubilee 2000, Cancel the Debt NOW!, 2000
Box 29 Folder 1 National Committee Against Repressive Legislation, (NCARL), 1967, 1974-1976, 1978, 1980-1985
Box 29 Folder 2 National Committee Against Repressive Legislation, (NCARL), event with Pete Seeger and Studs Terkel, 1976
Box 29 Folder 3 No More Witch Hunts Network, 1981-1982
Box 29 Folder 4 Peace, Friends Committee on National Legislation, sticker, circa 2016
Box 31 Folder 16 Peace posters:
  • American Friends Service Committee, I Do Not Want the Peace which Passeth Understanding… Helen Keller, 1983
  • Every Gun that Is Made…Dwight D. Eisenhower, undated
  • Let Us Strive to Achieve a Just and Lasting Peace Among Ourselves and With All Nations, Abraham Lincoln, undated
  • Man Must Evolve for All Human Conflict a Method that Rejects Revenge…Martin Luther King, Jr, 1970
  • Mankind Must Put an End to War, or War Will Put an End to Mankind, John F. Kennedy, 1966
  • Peace begins with U, undated
  • Peace on Earth, [Atlantis spacecraft docks at MIR] color lithograph by René Villiger, 419/600, 2008
  • United Nations Peace Rally, New York, June 12, 1982
Box 31 Folder 17 Political posters and materials:
  • Douglas, Paul H. Re-elect Paul H. Douglas, the People’s Senator, Vote Democratic, poster, circa 1954
  • Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, name sign, 1960
  • Kennedy, John F. Kennedy for President, Leadership for the 60s, poster, 1960
  • Kennedy, John F. [Abraham Lincoln weeps], editorial cartoon on assassination of President Kennedy, Chicago Sun-Times, 1963 November 24
  • Kennedy, Robert, [portrait], poster, 1968
  • Kennedy, [Robert]. Make Your Vote Count,Kennedy for 1-E President, handbill, 1968
  • Kennedy, [Robert]. On May 7, Indiana Can Choose the Next President of the United States, Make Your Vote Count, 1968
  • Kennedy, [Robert]. Kennedy, Make Your Vote Count on May 7, campaign publication, 1968
  • Mikva, Abner J. Re-elect Congressman Mikva! Democrat, circa 1975 [note to Deppe on verso]
  • Simpson, Dick. Elect DickSimpson for Congress, poster 1992
  • Simpson, Dick. Simpson for Congress, He Will Serve With Integrity, poster, 1994
  • Stevenson III, [Adlai]. Stevenson, for President, handmade poster, circa 1970s
  • Stevenson III, [Adlai]. Adlaiin Today’s World, It’s Good to Have Somebody You Can Trust, Stevenson of Illinois, U.S. Senator, 1970s
  • Washington, Harold. Count Me in on April 12th, Punch 8, Harold Washington, Democrat, poster, 1983
Oversize Folder 4   Political, Simpson, Dick. [No] Rostenkowski, Elect DickSimpson for Congress, poster, 1992 (3)
Box 29 Folder 5 Political, Stevenson III, [Adlai]. Stevenson, bumper sticker, circa 1970s
Box 29 Folder 6 Political, Washington, Harold, election materials, 1983
Box 29 Folder 7 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1968
Box 29 Folder 8 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1969
Box 29 Folder 9 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1970
Box 29 Folder 10 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1972-1973
Box 29 Folder 11 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1974
Box 29 Folder 12 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1975
Box 29 Folder 13 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1976
Box 29 Folder 14 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1977
Box 29 Folder 15 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1978
Box 29 Folder 16 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1979
Box 29 Folder 17 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1980
Box 29 Folder 18 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1981
Box 29 Folder 19 United Farm Workers (UFW) campaign, 1982, 1984
Box 31 Folder 15 United Farm Workers, (UFW) Boycott Grapes, poster, undated
Box 29 Folder 20 United Farm Workers (UFW), Boycott Non UFW-Grapes, bumper sticker, circa 1974
Box 31 Folder 18 United Farm Workers (UFW), Gallo protest statements, circa 1975

Series 6: Photographs

(Note: Photograph numbers that begin with album are electronic files.)

1.104-1.108 Anti-apartheid petition signing and protest at the funeral of Dulcie September, Paris, 1988 April 9 (5)
1.109-1.112 ; album_036_002 ; album_036_003 ; album_036_004 ; album_036_005 ; album_036_006 Argonne National Laboratory protest (CALC), 1987 May 5 (9)
Photographs include: Bernice Bild and Rev. Martin L. Deppe
1.1-1.37 Arms Bazaar protest, O’Hare Expo Center, 1979 February 18 (37 slides)
Photographs include: Ronald Freund and Bill Hogan
album_031_002 Banner, “Martin – Man for All Causes,” created for Rev. Martin L. Deppe by Dorothy Maloney, 1975 June
album_073_002 ; album_073_003 ; album_073_004 Benedict, Don, circa 1990 (3)
album_052_002 Berrigan, S.J., Rev. Daniel, University of Chicago event, 1987 November 13
1.113-1.136 Buddhist Monks Walk for Peace, 1988 April 2 (24 photographs and 15 negatives)
Photographs include: Bernice Bild, Rabbi Robert Marx, Dick Simpson,
1.38-1.61 CALC, annual dinner with Mark Hatfield, 1979 October 5 (24 slides)
1.650-1.660 CALC, annual dinner with Mark Hatfield, 1979 October 5 (1 photograph and 10 negatives)
album_033_002 ; album_033_003 ; album_033_004 ; album_033_005 CALC, annual dinner with Mark Hatfield, 1979 October 5 (4)
Photographs include: Rev. Martin Deppe and Mark Hatfield
1.584; album_035_002 ; album_035_003 ; album_035_004 ; album_035_005 CALC, annual dinner with Paul Warnke, 1980 October 21
Photographs include: Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Ron Freund, Bill Hogan, Joan Elbert, Bud [Salk] and Paul Warnke
1.62-1.73 CALC, annual dinner with George S. McGovern, 1981 May 11 (12 slides)
Photographs include: Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Linda Groetzinger and George S. McGovern
1.137-1.145; 1.661-1.671 CALC, annual dinner with Edward Markey, 1983 (18 photographs and 16 negatives)
1.146-1.155 CALC annual dinner, 1989 (10)
Photographs include: Eloise Chevrier, Rev. William Sloane Coffin, [Danny Davis], Jesus “Chuy” Garcia, Rabbi Robert Marx, Rev. John Pawlikowski, Dick Simpson and unidentified
1.156-1.162 CALC annual dinner, 1990 (7)
Photographs include: Rabbi Robert Marx, Dick Simpson and unidentified
album_059_002 ; album_059_003 ; album_059_004 ; album_059_005 CALC board meeting, undated (4)
Photographs include, Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Rabbi Robert Marx, Prexi Nesbitt and Dick Simpson
1.509-1.536 CALC conference, Racism Rehab Institute, Spertus College, 1991 April (16 photographs, 21 negatives)
Photographs include Rev. Emory Searcy
album_071_002; album_071_003; album_071_004; album_071_005 CALC conference [Racism Rehab Institute, Spertus College, 1991 April]
Photographs include: Sam Ackerman, Joe Agne, Bernice Bild, Fred Deppe, Norm Groetzinger, Prexy Nesbitt, Rev. Michael Pfleger
1.609-1.628 CALC event, evening with Rev. William Sloane Coffin, 1978 April 4 (20 negatives)
1.454 CALC event, luncheon with Paul Simon [1985 March 8]
1.186-1.199 CALC event, Soviet religious leaders, 1987 April 8 (14 photographs and negatives)
Photographs include: Ruth Bedell, Larry McGurty, Rev. Augustin Nikitin, Rev. Alexander Saveliev, Dick Simpson and unidentified
1.200-1.205 CALC event, East German religious leaders, 1987 September 30 (6)
Photographs include: Dr. Buton Nelson, Rev. Annemarie Schoenherr, Bishop Albert Schoenherr, Dick Simpson
1.206-1.218 CALC event, discussion with Pat Schroeder, 1988 February 7 (13)
Photographs include: Rabbi Robert Marx, Pat Schroeder and Dick Simpson
1.219-1.228 CALC event, [anti-apartheid], circa 1988 (10)
Photographs include: Bishop Jesse DeWitt, Rabbi Robert Marx, [Randall Robinson] and Dick Simpson
1.229-1.238 CALC event, forum with Dr. Manning Marable, 1992 (10)
1.576-1.580 CALC event, undated (5)
Photographs include: Ronald Freund, David Orr
1.708 CALC event, undated
Photograph includes: Prexy Nesbitt
1.239-1.240 ; album_047_002; album_047_003; album_047_004; album_047_005; album_048_002; album_048_003; album_048_004; album_048_005; album_048_006; album_048_007; album_048_008; album_048_009; album_048_010 CALC event, Swords Into Ploughshares award breakfast, 1987 June 19 (15)
Photographs include: Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Jerry Forshey, Linda Groetzinger, Jody Kretzmann, Rabbi Robert Marx, David Orr, Dick Simpson, Harold Washington
1.241; album_053_002; album_053_003; album_053_004; album_053_005; album_053_006; album_053_007 CALC event, Swords Into Ploughshares award breakfast, 1988 May 25 (7)
Photographs include: Sam Ackerman, Bishop Jesse DeWitt, John Kenneth Galbraith, Rabbi Robert Marx, Stanislav Menshikov, Rev. Rozell Nesbitt, Rev. John Pawlikowski, Jane Ramsey, Dick Simpson
1.163-1.171 CALC meetings, undated (9)
Photographs include: Rabbi Robert Marx and Dick Simpson
1.582 CALC press conference with Ronald Freund and Harold Washington, 1983
1.477-1.481 CALC staff, Ruth Bedell, Ron Chew, Nelson Joel Ndove, and Dick Simpson, 1987 (5 photographs and 4 negatives)
1.482-1.484 CALC staff, Ruth Bedell and unidentified, 1988 (3)
1.485-1.489 CALC staff, Don Benedict and unidentified, 1989 (5)
1.490-1.491 CALC staff, unidentified, circa 1991
album_032_002 Camara, Dom Helder and Rev. Fred Morris, circa 1975
1.172-1.173 ; album_074_002 ; album_074_003 ; album_074_004 ; album_074_005 ; album_074_006 Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America (CRLN), Public Awareness and Lobby Days, Washington DC, circa 1995 (7)
Photographs include: Rev. Roy Bourgeois, Rev. Martin L. Deppe and Joe Kennedy
1.174 Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America (CRLN), Public Awareness and Lobby Days, Washington DC, 2000
album_087_002 ; album_087_003 Chicago Religious Leadership Network on Latin America (CRLN), protest at Honduran Consulate, Chicago, 2011 March 30 (2)
1.175-1.176; album_072_003 ; album_072_004 ; album_072_005 Coffin, Rev. William Sloane, 75th birthday celebration, 2000 May 6 (5)
Photographs include: Don Benedict, Rev. William Sloane Coffin, Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Peg Deppe and Studs Terkel
1.177-1.183 Contra Aid conference with religious leaders, 1987 November 10 (7 photographs and 8 negatives)
Photographs include: Alan Dixon, Bishop Gomez
1.74 Dahl, Arthur, portrait, 1987
album_089_002 Deppe, Andrew and Stephan Weiser, protest Washington DC, undated
album_034_002 Deppe, Rev. Martin L. addresses the United Methodist General Conference, Indianapolis, 1980
1.184 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., at Gresham Methodist Church, circa 1965
album_008_002 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., with Lonnie Grant, Service for Peace, Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, 30 May 1968
album_013_002 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., [Vietnam Peace Treaty rally, Washington DC, 1971]
album_031_003 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., with Ruth [last name]?, Peg Deppe and Marjorie and Rev. Dow Kirkpatrick at the Carl Keith Peace Shelf, United Methodist Church, Evanston, circa 1975
album_032_003 Deppe, Rev. Martin L. and unidentified, 1975
album_061_003 Deppe, Rev. Martin L. with Jerry Birkhahn-Rommelfanger, 1970s
album_034_003 Deppe, Rev. Martin L. with Andrew, United Methodist General Conference, Indianapolis, 1980
album_052_004 Deppe, Rev. Martin L. with Bishop Bill Grove and Bishop Jesse DeWitt, Joint Panel on International Affairs, Washington DC, 1987 September
album_072_002 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., retirement party, 1999 June 19
Photograph includes: Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Joan Elbert, Ron Freund, Linda, Kevin, Norm, and Bill
1.185 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., with Rev. Willie Barrow and Rev. Calvin Morris, 2005 March
album_082_002; album_082_003; album_082_004; album_082_005 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., 70th birthday, 2005 June 4 (4)
Photographs include: Steven Andrews, Cynthia Bowman, Adam Burck, Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Bob and Marsha Harman and Susan Mayer
album_073_006 Deppe, Rev. Martin L. with Rev. Dow Kirkpatrick, undated
Electronic 2.1-2.3 Deppe, Rev. Martin L., Women’s March, Chicago, 2017 January 21 (3)
album_080_002; album_080_003; album_081_002; album_081_003 Deppe residence, exterior with political posters, 2004 (4)
album_054_002; album_054_003; album_054_004 Disarmament, Zero Movement events, Paris, 1988 (3)
Photographs include: Ted and Joan Elbert with Peg and Rev. Martin L. Deppe
album_073_005 Egan, Monsignor John, undated
album_029_002 Event with Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Jane Kennedy, Col. Edward Miller and Stuart Perry, 1974 October 7
1.629-1.649 Event with Rev. William Sloan Coffin, undated (21 negatives)
1.75-1.77 Ewert, Russell
  • with Harold Washington and unidentified, circa 1986
  • with Eugene Sawyer and unidentified, circa 1988
  • with Rev. Willie Barrow, Marjorie Stewart Joyner and unidentified, undated
1.242 Freund, Ronald with Rabbit Robert Marx, 1986 September 21
1.78 Freund, Ronald, South African campaign meeting, circa 1987
1.581 Freund, Ronald with [Nancy Quinn], 8th Day Center for Justice event, undated
1.183 Freund, Ronald with Nancy Quinn and unidentified, undated
album_019_002 General Electric and B-1 Bomber protest, Chicago, 1974 April
1.243-1.266 [Good Friday Walk for Justice?], undated (2 photographs and 24 negatives)
1.267 Gresham Methodist Church, undated
1.268-1.283 ; album_060_002; album_060_003; album_060_004; album_060_005; album_060_006; album_060_007 Gulf War protest, Daley Plaza, 1990 December 8 (22)
Photographs include: Danny Davis, Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Charles Hayes, Rev. Ed Riddick,
1.79 Gulf War protest, Chicago protest, Rev. Martin L. Deppe with CALC flag, 1990 [see also album_060_002-007]
1.284-1.304; album_066_002; album_066_003; album_066_004; album_066_005; album_066_006; album_066_007 Gulf War protest, Chicago protest, 1991 January 15 (40)
Photographs include: [Anna Langford] and Pete Martinez
1.305-1.335 Gulf War protest, “No Blood for Oil” Chicago protest, 1991 (32 photographs and 24 negatives)
album_073_007 Gulf War protest, Chicago, circa 1991
Photograph includes: Penny and Darius, John Lewis and Jerry
1.336-1.346; 1.705-1.707 Gulf War protest, Washington DC, 1991 January 26 (14)
album_061_002 Hoare, Bill, portrait inscribed to Martin and Peg [Deppe], undated
1.709-1.710 Interfaith event, undated
Photograph includes Joseph Cardinal Bernardin and Ron Freund,
1.80-1.81 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., copy prints, circa 1967 (2)
1.82 Jackson, Sr., Rev. Jesse, Presidential campaign portrait, 1984
album_030_002 Kennedy, Jane, portrait, 1974
album_034_004 Kirkpatrick, Rev. Dow, portrait, circa 1980
album_037_002; album_037_003 Lefever, Ernest W., Congressional hearings, 1981 (2)
Photographs include Rev. Martin L. Deppe and Ron Freund
1.675-1.677 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, undated (3)
1.83-1.85 McSween, Cirilo A.,
  • with Rev. Jesse Jackson and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1967
  • funeral procession of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1968
  • with unidentified group, 1967-1968, undated
1.347-1.353 Next Stop Nevada delegation, AFSC reception, 1987 April 8 (7 photographs and negatives)
1.354-1.358 ; album_055_002; album_055_003; album_055_004; album_055_005; album_055_006; album_056_002; album_056_003; album_057_002; album_057_003; album_057_004; album_057_005; album_057_006; album_057_007; album_057_008; album_057_009; album_057_010; album_058_002; album_058_003; album_058_004; album_058_005; album_058_006; album_058_007 Nicaragua, election monitor visit, 1990 (27)
1.678 Nuclear Free Midwest event, undated
1.359-1.360; 1.586-1.608 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, City Council meetings, 1986 March (16 photographs and 26 negatives)
Photographs include: William Beavers, [Ruth Bedell], Lawrence Bloom, Wallace David, Rev. Martin Deppe, Ronald Freund, Bernard Hansen, Clifford Kelley, David McGown, Jerome M. Orbach, David Orr, Dick Simpson and Harold Washington
1.86-1.86a ; 1.730; album_043_004 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, rally at Grace Episcopal Church with Harold Washington, 1986 March 23
Photograph includes: Ronald Freund, David Orr and Harold Washington
1.679-1; album_043_002; album_043_003; album_043_005 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone / Hiroshima Day commemoration, Daley Center, 1986 (3)
Photographs include: Bernice Bild, Rev. Martin Deppe, Ron Freund, Bernard Hansen, Japanese dance troupe, David Orr, Bobby Rush, Bud Salk and Harold Washington
1.568-1.575 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone event, circa 1986 (8)
Photographs include: Rev. Martin Deppe, Rev. Robert F. Drinan, Monsignor John Eagan and Jody Kretzmann
1.87-1.89 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, ethics ordinance press conference, 1987 February [11]
Photographs include: Ronald Freund, Bernard Hansen, David Orr and Dick Simpson
1.90 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, ethics ordinance signing ceremony with Harold Washington, 1987 February 18
1.361; 1.679-1.691 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone / Hiroshima Day commemoration, Daley Center, 1986
Photographs include: Bernice Bild, Ronald Freund, Bernard Hansen, Japanese folk troupe, Dawn Clark Netsch, David Orr, Dick Simpson, Studs Terkel and Harold Washington
1.362-1.404 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone / Hiroshima Day commemoration, Daley Center, 1987 (42 photographs and 24 negatives)
Photographs include: Bernice Bild, Japanese folk troupe, Rabbi Robert Marx, David Orr, Studs Terkel and Dick Simpson
1.405-1.429 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone / Hiroshima Day commemoration, Daley Plaza, 1988 August 5 (17 photographs and 25 negatives)
Photographs include: Bernice Bild, Japanese folk troupe, Eugene Sawyer and Studs Terkel
1.430-1.431; album_038_002; album_038_003; album_038_004 [Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone / Hiroshima Day commemoration] Daley Plaza, undated
Photographs include: Jerry Birkhahn-Rommelfanger, Rev. Martin L. Deppe and Studs Terkel
1.91-1.93 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, sign unveiling at Meigs Field, 1988 January 29 (3)
Photographs include: Ronald Freund, Eugene Sawyer, Dick Simpson
1.432-1.452 ; album_044_002; album_044_003; album_044_004 Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone, sign unveiling at Meigs Field and Alder Planetarium, 1988 January 29 (24)
Photographs include: Sam Ackerman, Ruth Bedell, Bernice Bild, Eloise Chevrier, Rev. Martin L. Deppe, Joan Elbert, Ronald Freund, Bob Marks, Rabbi Robert Marx, Eugene Sawyer, Dick Simpson
1.94 Operation Breadbasket, Declare Hunger Illegal event, copy print, circa 1969
1.95 Operation Breadbasket picket of A&P stores with Alice Tregay’s daughter, 1968 July
1.453 Operation Breadbasket reunion with St. Claire Booker, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr., Rev. Gary Massoni, Richard Thomas and Rev. David Wallace, circa 2005
1.102 Porter, Rev. John R., portrait, 2006
album_032_004 Simon, Paul and family, circa 1975
1.672-1.674 South Africa Consulate General’s office, protest with Jack D. Spiegel, undated (3)
1.96-1.101 Soweto Day, Chicago protest, photographs by Genyphyr [Novak], 1987 (6)
1.459-1.476 Soweto Day, Chicago protest, 1988 June 16 (13 photographs and 6 negatives)
1.455-1.458 Soweto Day, Chicago protest, Ruth Bedell with CALC’s Peace and Conscience students, 1988 June 16 (1 photograph and 4 negatives)
1.492-1.508 [Test Ban Caravan] Nevada protest, [1987] (17)
1.103 Tregay, Alice with Andrew Young, undated
album_032_005 Unidentified event, circa 1975
Photograph includes: Milt Cohen, Ronald Freund, Bob Lucas and Bill Singer
1.537-1.540 Unidentified event, undated (4)
1.541-1.544 Unidentified events, circa 1986 (4 photographs and 4 negatives)
Photographs include: Dick Simpson
1.545-1.566 Unidentified events, circa 1986 (2 photographs and 20 negatives)
album_061_004 Unidentified men, undated
1.711-1.729 Unidentified peace event, undated (19 negatives)
album_052_003 Unidentified protest, undated
1.567 Unidentified Rabbis, Mercury, Nevada test site, 1987 October 10 (2 negatives and 1 slide)
album_052_005 United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society, Department of Peace, group portrait, circa 1987
album_061_005 United Methodist Church, General Board of Church and Society, group portrait with Helen Brandenberg, Jack Corbett, Ken Crooks, Bill Kunze and unidentified, undated
album_041_002; album_041_003; album_042_002 Veterans, unidentified event, 1984 (3)
Photographs include: Rev. Martin L. Deppe
album_022_003; album_022_004; album_022_005; Vietnam War, anti-war events and meetings, circa 1971 (3)
Photographs include: Bob Cleland, Ronald Freund, Bill Hogan, Kevin Martin and Rabbi Robert Marx
album_022_006 Vietnam War, 48-Hour Tiger Cage Fast and Vigil, photograph by Raymon Kaepplinger, circa 1975
Photograph includes: Bill Hogan and unidentified
album_022_002; Vietnam War, event with Jane Fonda, 1973 October 18

Series 7: Buttons

Subseries A: Anti-war and Disarmament

Box 33 2018.19.29 American Friends Service Committee, Wage Peace, undated
Box 33 2018.19.4 Anything war can do, peace can do better, undated
Box 33 2018.19.5 Ceasefire now! undated
Box 33 2018.19.6 Continental walk for disarmament & social justice, circa 1970s
Box 33 2018.19.7 Anti-war, Don’t buy war, undated
Box 33 2018.19.19 Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Peace is the church’s business, undated
Box 33 2018.19.2 Fellowship of Reconciliation, Nyack, NY, Amnesty, undated
Box 33 2018.19.8 [Hand making the peace sign], 1969
Box 33 2018.19.9 Help de kernwapens de wewld uit: om te beginnen uit Nederland, 1979
Box 33 2018.19.10 I signed the peace treaty, circa 1970
Box 33 2018.19.11 Keine US intervention in Mittelamerika, undated
Box 33 2018.19.12 M [peace sign] N, undated
Box 33 2018.19.13 Make love not war, undated
Box 33 2018.19.14 Mother’s Day peace walk and festival, Grant Park, [Chicago], 1983
Box 33 2018.19.15 Mother’s Day peace walk, Grant Park, [Chicago], 1984
Box 33 2018.19.16 No war (large), undated
Box 33 2018.19.17 No war (small), undated
Box 33 2018.19.25 National Peace Action Coalition (NPAC), Stop the bombing, out now, undated
Box 33 2018.19.18 Out now! undated
Box 33 2018.19.20 [Peace sign with US flag graphic], undated
Box 33 2018.19.21 [Peace sign within Venus symbol for women], undated
Box 33 2018.19.22-23 Peace on earth now, undated (2)
Box 33 2018.19.24 Peace now, undated
Box 33 2018.19.26 Stop the killing, undated
Box 33 2018.19.27 Stop the war machine, undated
Box 33 2018.19.28 US troops out of the Middle East, circa 1990s
Box 33 2018.19.30 War is not an option, undated
Box 33 2018.19.1 War Resister’s League, Alternative Revenue Service, undated
Box 33 2018.19.31 Why, do we kill people who kill people to show that killing people is wrong? undated
Box 33 2018.19.3 Women for Peace, Amnesty now, undated
Box 33 2018.19.32 Work for peace, peace on earth, undated
Box 33 2018.19.33 Work for peace, Nov. 13 & 14, undated

Series 7: Buttons

Subseries B: Chicago

Box 33 2018.19.35 Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Festa Muti, Millennium Park, 2010
Box 33 2018.19.36 Chicago unity, one city, one people, working together, undated
Box 33 2018.19.96 Chicago works together, pin, circa 1984
Box 33 2018.19.37 End of hunger in Chicago, come celebrate, 1983
Box 33 2018.19.38 Help CROP stop hunger, undated
Box 33 2018.19.39 More neighborhood action, undated
Box 33 2018.19.118 Provident Hospital, Serving the Black community 95 years, circa 1986
Box 33 2018.19.40 PTA believes in public schools, undated
Box 33 2018.19.43 [Victorian-style house graphic], undated
Box 33 2018.19.34 WBEZ 91.5, Chicago jazz, 1988
Box 33 2018.19.41-42 WSO family thang, undated (2)

Series 7: Buttons

Subseries C: Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC)

Box 33 2018.19.44 Clergy and Laity Concerned, working for peace and justice, undated
Box 33 2018.19.45 Friendshipment, people to people aid to Vietnam, undated
Box 33 2018.19.46 Help unsell the war, 1970s
Box 33 2018.19.47 Honeywell kills people, circa 1972
Box 33 2018.19.48 How many more? undated
Box 33 2018.19.49 Peace, Amnesty, Indochina, America, circa 1968
Box 33 2018.19.50 Peace on earth now, undated
Box 33 2018.19.51 Remember Oct. 9, 1968
Box 33 2018.19.52 Satyagraha, undated
Box 33 2018.19.53 Stop B-1, peace and jobs, undated
Box 33 2018.19.54 They may be Viet-Cong, but they live there, undated
Box 33 2018.19.125 ZB 50 05 27 [surveillance code used by US army for CALC], circa 1972

Series 7: Buttons

Subseries D: Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr.

Box 33 2018.19.64 Ask me about the PUSH convention, circa 1970s
Box 33 2018.19.65 Jesse Jackson, President, 1984
Box 33 2018.19.66 Jesse Jackson ‘88 (large), 1988
Box 33 2018.19.67 Jesse Jackson ’88 (small), 1988
Box 33 2018.19.68 Jesse Jackson ‘88, sticker, 1988
Box 33 2018.19.69 Jesse Jackson for president, win Jesse win, keychain, 1988
Box 33 2018.19.70 Win Jesse Jackson, ’88, win! 1988
Box 33 2018.19.71 PUSH for excellence says Jesse Jackson, circa 1970s
Box 33 2018.19.72 PUSH for excellence, I believe I can…, pin, undated
Box 33 2018.19.73-2018.19.74 Rainbow PUSH Coalition, pin, undated (2)
Box 33 2018.19.75-2018.19.76 Rainbow PUSH Coalition, Member, pin, undated (2)
Box 33 2018.19.77 Rainbow PUSH Coalition, November 3, 1988, get out the vote “Dignity Day,” 1988
Box 33 2018.19.78 Say “Yes” to Jesse, 1988
Box 33 2018.19.79 We all love you Jackie and Jesse, hang in there, undated

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Subseries E: LGBT

Box 33 2018.19.80 ACT-UP, silence=death, circa 1980s
Box 33 2018.19.81 gl, gay-lesbian pride, undated
Box 33 2018.19.82 International Rainbow Run memorial from San Francisco to Sydney, 2002
Box 33 2018.19.83 Normal heart, circa 1980s
Box 33 2018.19.84 Reconciling Ministries Network, Celebrate reconciling conference, 10 years, circa 1994
Box 33 2018.19.85 Reconciling Ministries Network, I support reconciling congregations, circa 1990s
Box 33 2018.19.86 US out of my bedroom, undated

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Subseries F: Miscellaneous

Box 33 2018.19.87 3, undated
Box 33 2018.19.88 All means all, undated
Box 33 2018.19.89 Alliance to End Repression, A.E.R. biking for human rights, undated
Box 33 2018.19.97 America’s Bicentennial, July 4, 1776, token, 1976
Box 33 2018.19.90 Americans bring us together for amnesty, undated
Box 33 2018.19.91 Another US-American for Nicaragua, no a la intervención, no pasaran, circa 1980s
Box 33 2018.19.92 Biafra/Nigeria, mercy, undated
Box 33 2018.19.93 Black Panther Party, [raised fist graphic], patch, circa 1968
Box 33 2018.19.94 Black Star Project, Excellence in education since 1996, pin, undated
Box 33 2018.19.95 Born again American, peace, patriotism, social justice, 1981
Box 33 2018.19.98 CIA, cocaine import agency, circa 1980s
Box 33 2018.19.61 Committee for Handgun Control, circa 1973
Box 33 2018.19.100 A common goal for this millennium, undated
Box 33 2018.19.101-2018.19.102 Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation, CORR, undated (2)
Box 33 2018.19.103 Conspiracy! undated
Box 33 2018.19.55 Disabled Americans Rally for Equality (DARE), 1982
Box 33 2018.19.56 Disabled Americans Rally for Equality (DARE) – Jobs, peace, freedom, undated
Box 33 2018.19.57 Disabled Americans Rally for Equality (DARE) – Jobs, peace, freedom, who dares to care? undated
Box 33 2018.19.104 Developmental Learning Center, When children need help, undated
Box 33 2018.19.62 Execute justice not people, circa 1990s
Box 33 2018.19.105 Forgiven, Lent ’84, 1984
Box 33 2018.19.106 Free Angela [Davis], circa 1971
Box 33 2018.19.107 Freedom ride, Sept. 27 to Oct. 5, 2003
Box 33 2018.19.108 Hiding place, undated
Box 33 2018.19.109 Human rights, undated
Box 33 2018.19.110 If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem, [Eldridge] Cleaver, circa 1970
Box 33 2018.19.111 I’m appreciated, undated
Box 33 2018.19.112 I’m not staying at Stouffer’s, boycott Nestle’s, circa 1980s
Box 33 2018.19.113 Join the conspiracy, undated
Box 33 2018.19.63 [No electric chair graphic], undated
Box 33 2018.19.114 One family tree, undated
Box 33 2018.19.115 Organizacão da Mulher de Angola (OMA), circa 1972
Box 33 2018.19.116 Pardon me, Iva, [Iva Toguri], circa 1973
Box 33 2018.19.117 Proud to be an American, ashamed of my government, undated
Box 33 2018.19.119 Red Lion [Broadcasting Company], The American public owns the airways, 1969
Box 33 2018.19.120 Share the vision, undated
Box 33 2018.19.121 United Blood Services, I did the right thing the right way, undated
Box 33 2018.19.122 United States Census, 2000
Box 33 2018.19.123 Yo [heart] Nicaragua, circa 1980s
Box 33 2018.19.124 Youth International Party, Yippie! circa 1968
Box 33 2018.19.126 [Bleeding heart], undated
Box 33 2018.19.127 [Menorah with barbed wire], undated

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Subseries G: Nuclear Weapons Freeze

Box 34 2018.19.202 The Freeze, because nobody wants a nuclear war, circa 1982
Box 34 2048.19.203 Global nuclear disarmament, LA [to] DC, Great Peace March ’86, 1986
Box 34 2018.19.204 No more Hiroshimas, circa 1980s
Box 34 2018.19.205 Nuclear weapon free Chicago, circa 1980s
Box 34 2018.19.206 Nuclear weapons freeze, USSR-USA, circa 1980s
Box 34 2018.19.207 One nuclear bomb can ruin your whole day, circa 1980s

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Subseries H: Operation Breadbasket and Civil Rights

Box 33 2018.19.130 Black Expo, International Amphitheatre, November 11-15, 1970
Box 33 2018.19.131-2018.19.132 Chicago Freedom Movement, We’re on the move to end slums, 1966 (2)
Box 33 2018.19.133 Illinois Rally for Civil Rights, I care, I’ll be there, Soldier Field, June 21, 1964
Box 33 2018.19.134-2018.19.138 A quality product from a Black manufacturer at Walgreen’s, circa 1970 (5)
Box 33 2018.19.139 You don’t have to be Negro Black to drink Joe Louis milk, just “hip,” circa 1970
Box 33 2018.19.140 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), We declare war, circa 1968
Box 33 2018.19.141 We shall overcome, circa 1966

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Subseries I: Political Candidates

Box 33 2018.19.144 [Blue, Virginia Neal], Color the sky blue, 1970
Box 33 2018.19.145 Bryan, William Jennings, Bryan and [John W.] Kern 1908, undated
Box 33 2018.19.146 Burris, Roland, Roland W. Burris for US Senator, 1984
Box 33 2018.19.147 Chisholm, Shirley, Shirley Chisholm for President, vote March 21, no. 7 Jo Freeman – Chisholm, 1972
Box 33 2018.19.148 Claypool, Forrest, Forrest Claypool for Cook County Commissioner, 2002
Box 33 2018.19.149 Cranston, Alan, Cranston, 1984
Box 33 2018.19.150 Davis, Danny K., Danny K. Davis Mayor, embracing all Chicago, 1991
Box 33 2018.19.151 Dukakis, Michael, Dukakis, Bentsen, 1988
Box 33 2018.19.152 Flewellen for 6ixty-5ive, undated
Box 33 2018.19.58 Garcia, Chuy, Chuy Garcia for mayor, 2015
Box 33 2018.19.59 Garcia, Chuy, Chuy Garcia for mayor, mayor 100%, vote April 7, 2015
Box 33 2018.19.60 Garcia, Chuy, Chuy Garcia for mayor, vote April 7, 2015
Box 33 2018.19.153 Geoghegan, Tom, Tom Geoghegan, Democrat for Congress, 2009
Box 33 2018.19.154 Humphrey, Herbert, Humphrey, [Edmund] Muskie, 1968
Box 33 2018.19.155 Jackson, Jr., Jesse, Jesse Jackson, Jr for Congress, Nov. 28, 1995
Box 33 2018.19.156 Jackson, Jr., Jesse, Jr, circa 1995
Box 33 2018.19.157 Jones, Lovana S. Re-elect Lovana S. “Lou” Jones for State Representative, 23rd District, undated
Box 33 2018.19.158 Kennedy, John F., Kennedy, 1960
Box 33 2018.19.159 Kennedy, John F., Kennedy, 1960
Box 33 2018.19.160-2018.19.161 Kennedy, Ted, 1980 electKennedy, paper shamrocks, 1980 (2)
Box 34 2018.19.162 Kerry, John, Register green, vote Kerry, beat [George] Bush, 2004
Box 34 2018.19.163 Kucinich, Dennis J., Elect Dennis J. Kucinich, President, 2004
Box 34 2018.19.164 Lamm, Kevin, Kevin Lamm, State Representative, punch 132, circa 1995
Box 34 2018.19.165 Lawrence, Ward 77, undated
Box 34 2018.19.166-2018.19.167 McCarthy, Eugene, McCarthy, 1968 (2)
Box 34 2018.19.168 McCarthy, Eugene, McCarthy, March 21, 1968
Box 34 2018.19.170 McCarthy, Eugene, McCarthy, 1968
Box 34 2018.19.171 McGovern, George, McGovern, 1972 (1 red, 1 blue)
Box 34 2018.19.172 McGovern, George, McGovern ‘72, lapel pin, 1972
Box 34 2018.19.173 McGovern, George, McGovern ‘72, 1972
Box 34 2018.19.174 McGovern, George, McGovern, portrait, 1972
Box 34 2018.19.175 McGovern, George, McGovern President ‘72, 1972
Box 34 2018.19.176 McGovern, George, McGovern, smiley face, 1972
Box 34 2018.19.177-2018.19.178 McGovern, George, McGovern, women’s rights symbol, 1972 (1 red, 1 blue)
Box 34 2018.19.179 Mikva, Abner J., Mikva! undated
Box 34 2018.19.180 Mikva, Abner J., Mikva Messenger, Aug. 24, 1974
Box 34 2018.19.181 Netsch, Dawn Clark, Netsch, 1994
Box 34 2018.19.182 Nixon, Richard, ImpeachNixon, circa 1974
Box 33 2018.19.128 Obama, Barack, Obama, Democrat US Senate, (large) 2004
Box 33 2018.19.129 Obama, Barack, Obama, Democrat US Senate, (small) 2004
Box 34 2018.19.183 Pincham, R. Eugene, Pincham for President, Cook County Board, 1990
Box 34 2018.19.184 Raby, Al, Al Raby for Congress, 1983
Box 34 2018.19.185 Reynolds, Mel, Mel Reynolds for Congress, circa 1993
Box 34 2018.19.186 Roosevelt, Franklin D., Franklin D. Roosevelt, our President, circa 1936
Box 34 2018.19.187 Roosevelt, Franklin D., Roosevelt, 1932
Box 34 2018.19.188 Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, FDR, circa 1936
Box 34 2018.19.189 Rush, Bobby, Bobby Rush, Mayor, 1999
Box 34 2018.19.190 Ruch, Bobby, Rush, 2nd Ward Committeeman, punch 303, circa 1980s
Box 34 2018.19.191 Savage, Gus, Gus Savage, smiley face, undated
Box 34 2018.19.192 Savage, Gus, Savage, undated
Box 34 2018.19.193 Sawyer, Eugene, It’s on the line for ’89, voteSawyer, 1989
Box 34 2018.19.194 Sawyer, Eugene, Unite Chicago, Eugene Sawyer for all the right reasons, 1989
Box 34 2018.19.195 Simpson, Dick, Simpson for Congress, 1990
Box 34 2018.19.196 Smith, [?], I’m with Smith, undated
Box 33 2018.19.142 Stevenson III, Adlai, Adlai, circa 1974
Box 33 2018.19.143 Stevenson III, Adlai, AdlaiIII, 1970
Box 34 2018.19.197 Stevenson II, Adlai, I likeStevenson, Bill Mauldin cartoon, 1952
Box 34 2018.19.198 Stroger, John, Stroger ’94, 1994
Box 34 2018.19.199 Tillman, Dorothy, Write-in Ward Committeeman Dorothy Tillman, 3rd Ward, circa 198
Box 34 2018.19.200 Unger, [?] Unger, undated
Box 34 2018.19.201 Vanneman, Edgar, VoteVanneman, circa 1970s
Box 34 2018.19.247-2018.19.248 Washington, Harold, Harold Washington for Chicago, 1983 (2)
Box 34 2018.19.249 Washington, Harold, Harold Washington for Chicago, sticker, 1983
Box 34 2018.19.250 Washington, Harold, Mayor Harold Washington, pin, circa 1984
Box 34 2018.19.251 Washington, Harold, Nobody but Harold, 1987

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Subseries J: Racism

Box 34 2018.19.208 African American Patrolmen’s League (AAPL), I am my brother’s keeper, be my brother, circa 1970s
Box 34 2018.19.209 Crosswalk, undated
Box 34 2018.19.210 Englewood Civic Organization (ECO), undated
Box 34 2018.19.211 Huntington Township Committee on Human Relations, Equality, circa 1970
Box 34 2018.19.212 Respect Rev. Jake, stop police brutality, undated
Box 34 2018.19.213 Soft Sheen Products says: Replace black on black crime with black on black love, 1983
Box 34 2018.19.214 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), SCOPE Project, 1965-1966
Box 34 2018.19.215 Racism, the church’s unfinished business, undated
Box 34 2018.19.216 Unite against war, racism, repression, circa 1970s
Box 34 2018.19.217 Warning: your local police are armed and dangerous, circa 1960s
Box 34 2018.19.218 [graphic with black and white figures shaking hands], undated

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Subseries K: United Farm Workers (UFW)

Box 34 2018.19.219 Boycott grapes, (black with red graphic and white letters ), circa 1970s
Box 34 2018.19.220 Boycott grapes, (red with black), circa 1970s
Box 34 2018.19.221 Boycott grapes, (Cesar Chavez illustration), circa 1970s
Box 34 2018.19.222 Boycott grapes, non-UFW, circa 1970s
Box 34 2018.19.223 Boycott lettuce, non-union, circa 1970s
Box 34 2018.19.224 March on Jewel, Saturday Nov. 8, 1975, Farmworkers AFL-CIO, 1975
Box 34 2018.19.225 Support Farm Workers, circa 1970s

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Subseries L: United Methodist Church

Box 34 2018.19.226 10 % or terminate, undated
Box 34 2018.19.227 Believe out loud, undated
Box 34 2018.19.228 Celebrate life, undated
Box 34 2018.19.229 Family of God worships together, undated
Box 34 2018.19.230 Good Sam, 5 and alive, circa 1965
Box 34 2018.19.231 Good Sam, cheers for 10 years, circa 1970
Box 34 2018.19.232 I [heart] camp, undated
Box 34 2018.19.233 I’m supporting Africa University, circa 1992
Box 34 2018.19.234 Make it happen, Africa University, circa 1992
Box 34 2018.19.235 Morgan Park United Methodist Church, 1887-1987, a century of serving, caring & sharing, 1987
Box 34 2018.19.236 Peace with justice, special program, General Board of Church and Society, undated
Box 34 2018.19.237 Percell #542, undated
Box 34 2018.19.238 Reach out, sharing the story of Jesus, undated
Box 34 2018.19.239 Rethink church, rethink church, our doors are open, undated
Box 34 2018.19.240-2018.19.241 See you in Sunday School, undated (2)
Box 34 2018.19.242 Super rally, 1981
Box 34 2018.19.243 Super rally, 1982
Box 34 2018.19.244 Think Hispanic, undated
Box 34 2018.19.245 We are members of P.E., are you? undated
Box 34 2018.19.246 Yes on 501-9, undated

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Subseries L: Women’s Rights

Box 34 2018.19.252 Coalition for Equal Pay, Where’s her 24 [cents], undated
Box 34 2018.19.253 ERA yes, circa 1970s
Box 34 2018.19.254 Freedom for women, undated
Box 34 2018.19.255 Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ICADV), 10 women a day, circa 1978
Box 34 2018.19.256 Jesus was a feminist, undated
Box 34 2018.19.257 Utne Reader, Women for peace, code pink, undated

Separations

The 34 books included with Rev. Martin L. Deppe’s papers have been cataloged and are available for use in the Special Collections Reading Room.

Anderson, Alan B. and George W. Pickering. Confronting the Color Line: The Broken Promise of the Civil Rights Movement in Chicago, Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1986 (note on front flyleaf; bookmarked on pp. 76, 96-97; and annotations by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Ansbro, John J. Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Making of a Mind, New York: Orbis Books, 1986 (handwritten note on front flyleaf and annotations by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Austin, Andy. Rule 53: Capturing Hippies, Spies, Politicians, and Murderers in an American Courtroom, 1st ed., Chicago: Lake Claremont Press, 2008 (bookmarked on pp. 274-275)
Bishop, Jim. The Days of Martin Luther King, Jr., New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1971 (handwritten notes on inside dust jacket and p. 321 by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Black, Jr., Timuel D. Bridges of Memory: Chicago’s First Wave of Black Migration, Evanston, IL and Chicago: Northwestern University Press and DuSable Museum of African American History, 2003
Black Power at Work: Community Control, Affirmative Action, and the Construction Industry, edited by David Goldberg and Trevor Griffey, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010
Branch, Taylor. At Canaan’s Edge:America in the King Years 1954-63, New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006 (notes on inside dust jacket; bookmarked on pp. 692-693, 718-719; and annotated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Branch, Taylor. Parting the Waters: America in the King Years 1954-63, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1989 (bookmarked on pp. 830-831)
Branch, Taylor. Pillar of Fire: America in the King Years 1954-63, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1998 (news clipping about the author laid in)
Fager, Charles. Uncertain Resurrection: The Poor People’s Campaign, Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1969 (annotated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Frazier, E. Franklin and C. Eric Lincoln. The Negro Church in America/The Black Church Since Frazier, New York: Schocken Books, 1974 (inscribed to Rev. Martin L. Deppe and family by Dorothy)
Garrow, David J. Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, New York: Vintage Books, 1988 (handwritten note on front flyleaf and annotations by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Haas, Jeffrey. The Assassination of Fred Hampton: How the FBI and the Chicago Police Murdered a Black Panther, Chicago: Lawrence Hill Books, 2010 (event flyer laid in)
Hampton, Henry and Steve Fayer. Voices of Freedom: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement from the 1950s through the 1980s, New York: Bantam Books, 1990 (handwritten note on front flyleaf; bookmarked pp. 458-459; and annotation by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Hough, Jr., Joseph C. Black Power and White Protestants: A Christian Response to the New Negro Pluralism, New York: Oxford University Press, 1968
King, Coretta Scott. My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr., 1st ed., New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1969 (inscribed to “Mom Deppe” by Rev. Martin and Peg Deppe; handwritten notes on inside dust jacket by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
King, Jr., Martin Luther King. A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr., edited by James M. Washington, San Francisco: Harper Collins, 1991 (handwritten notes by Rev. Martin Deppe and bookmark laid in, pp. 244-245; bookmarked, p. 299)
King, Jr., Martin Luther King. Strength to Love 1st ed. New York: Harper & Row, 1963 (inscribed to Rev. Martin L. Deppe by his wife Peg; handwritten note on inside dust jacket and annotations by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
King, Jr., Martin Luther King. Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? 1st ed. New York: Harper & Row, 1967 (note on inside flyleaf and annotations by Rev. Deppe)
King, Jr., Martin Luther King. Why We Can’t Wait, New York: Signet, 1968,
Lewis, John and Michael D’Orso. Walking with the Wind: A Memoir of the Movement, New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1999
Marsh, Charles. God’s Long Summer: Stories of Faith and Civil Rights, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999 (bookmarked pp. 131-132)
Niebuhr, Reinhold. An Interpretation of Christian Ethics, New York: Meridian Books, 1958 (signed Martin Deppe; annotated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Niebuhr, Reinhold. Moral Man and Immoral Society, New York: Charles Scribner Sons, 1960 (signed [Rev.] Gerald Forshey; Forshey written on top edge; highlighted and annotated; Rev. Deppe’s handwritten notes on scrap paper laid in, p.254-255)
Oates, Stephen B. Let the Trumpet Sound: The Life of Martin Luther King, Jr., New York: Mentor Books, 1985 (bookmarked on pp.248-249 and 354-355; annotated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
O’Connor, Len. Clout: Mayor Daley and His City, New York: Avon, 1976 (annotated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Peake, Thomas R. Keeping the Dream Alive: A History of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference from King to the Nineteen-Eighties, New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 1987
Ralph, Jr., James R. Northern Protest: Martin Luther King, Jr., Chicago, and the Civil Rights Movement, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1993 (handwritten note on inside dust jacket and annotations by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Reed, Jr., Adolph L. The Jesse Jackson Phenomenon, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1986
Reynolds, Barbara A., Jesse Jackson: The Man, the Movement, the Myth, Chicago: Nelson Hall, 1975 (signed Thelma Brown; Thelma “Ma” Brown written on the fore-edge; annotated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Robeson, Paul. Here I Stand, Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 1977 (annotated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe on page v)
Street, Dr. Paul. Still Separate, Unequal: Race, Place, Policy and the State of Black Chicago, Chicago: Chicago Urban League, 2005 (handwritten notes laid in, pp.22-23 and annotated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
Tillich, Paul. Love, Power and Justice: Ontological Analyses and Ethical Applications, New York: Oxford University Press, 1960 (annotated by Rev. Martin L. Deppe)
X, Malcolm and Alex Haley. The Autobiography of Malcolm X, 1st paperback ed., New York: Grove Press, 1966
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