Archival Collection Guides

Free Speech Movement Records


1984 Free Speech Movement Memorial Rally - Photographs
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Contains digital copies only of 3 photographs taken of Mario Savio speaking during the 1984 Free Speech Movement Memorial Rally at the University of California, Berkeley. The photographs are owned by the California Monthly and were taken by photographer Ron Delany.

Berkeley Free Church Collection
Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California
Consists of Church working files, correspondence, records, minutes, flyers, pamphlets, posters, newspapers and clippings, published material. Also included in the collection are files of the Submarine Church, a group which broke off from the Berkeley Free Church. There are some personal family files from the pastor Richard York, including a set of letters from a Civil War Union soldier describing the Battle of Fredericksburg.

Burnstein (Malcolm) Papers
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Selected professional and personal papers from Burnstein's files relating to the Free Speech Movement defense trial, the Oakland Seven and others. Also includes files on liberal and Berkeley politics.

Center for Higher Education files relating to the Free Speech Movement
University Archives, University of California, Berkeley
Material collected by the Center for Higher Education in 1964-1965 for studies about the free speech controversy Includes documents and copies bound in binders. Arranged in 9 series: Administration, Regents, Faculty, Students, State Officials, General Public, Subject Files, Center for Higher Education Studies, and Clippings. Cartons 1-2 have been arranged and described; clippings in Cartons 3-4 unprocessed.

Collins (Wayne M.) Papers
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Consists of selected material remaining from Collins' San Francisco legal practice. Major portion of collection is devoted to his work as legal representative for the Tule Lake Defense Committee from 1945 to 1960. Includes correspondence, litigation documents for mass civil and equity suits filed for renunciants, individual case files, and financial files for the Committee's trust accounts.

Also includes Collins' legal files representing his civil liberties and general law practice, including case files and other materials concerning East Indian deportation, Levering Act/Loyalty Oath controversy, estate files of Astaroth Haskell and Bruce Porter, and the Berkeley Free Speech Movement. Also includes a small amount of personal papers, including family correspondence, genealogical, other biographical materials, and ephemera.

Davis (Ronald G.) Papers
Department of Special Collections, University of California, Davis
Consist of rare items relating to the San Francisco Mime Troupe's early period (1960-1970). These materials contain audio tapes, financial records, general office files, legal records, photographs, production files, promotional material, published material, scrapbooks, and scripts.

Included is a substantial amount of material relating to Bill Graham's extensive booking of the troupe in A Minstrel Show or Civil Rights in a Cracker Barrel.

The Production Files in particular reveal the troupe's working methods during its first decade while under the direction of its founding director, Ronald G. Davis.

Free Speech Movement Records
University Archives, University of California, Berkeley
Consists of materials created or collected by the Free Speech Movement (FSM) organization. The FSM, created in the fall of 1964 to protest administrative efforts to curb political activities on the Berkeley campus, disbanded in April 1965. The collection documents the formation of the FSM as well as its daily operation through leaflets, notebooks, letters, logs, petitions, and orders for phonograph records, buttons, and bumper stickers.

Marcus (Steven) Free Speech Movement Photographs
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Contains approximately 1200 negatives taken during 1964. A student at the University of California Berkeley during Free Speech Movement (FSM), Marcus photographed FSM events regularly during the Fall for various local publications. This selection of 121 photographs document the primary events and personalities of the Free Speech Movement.

May (Henry F.) Papers
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
The papers deal principally with May's career as an historian and educator. Correspondence includes chronological files (1946-1983), former students, and other correspondents, colleagues, and friends. Included are working notes and drafts of his books and aricles, and related correspondence and criticism; as well as records of May's teaching, with course outlines and lecture notes. There is material relating to the Berkeley Free Speech Movement. Finally, the papers include files kept by May as an active member of the History Department, University of California, Berkeley from 1952 until his retirement in 1980.

McLaughlin (Donald H.) Papers
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Content of the collection concerns gold in all aspects, particularly gold economics and monetary policy; also McLaughlin's term as a Regent of the University of California, especially the Free Speech Movement. The collection includes correspondence, speeches, writings, lectures, interviews, subject files, clippings, and other miscellaneous papers.

NAACP, West Coast Region Photographs
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Photographed and or complied by the NAACP, West Coast Region. Primarily NAACP activities (many unidentified) and persons active in or supporting the organization. Also two photographs of Waddle's Coffee Shop, Portland, Or., and photographs of housing program in Herlong, Calif.

Nestor (Helen) Free Speech Movement Photographs
Oakland Museum of California
Contains more than 2,000 prints and 20,000 negatives, is the life's work of an important documentary photographer who specialized in recording the political and social changes of the 1960s and beyond in California. The 39 photographs presented here are a selection from her negatives taken during the Free Speech Movement in the Fall of 1964.

New Left Collection
Hoover Institution Archives
Booklets, leaflets, reports, and clippings, relating to the purposes, tactics, and activities of various New Left and right-wing groups, draft resistance, student disorders, and the anti-Vietnam War movement. Collected by Edward J. Bacciocco.

Newton (Dr. Huey P.) Foundation Inc. Collection
Department of Special Collections, Stanford University
The Huey P. Newton Foundation was started by David Hilliard and Fredrika Newton to develop and sponsor cultural, historical and educational programs and institutions consistant with the theories and teaching of Huey Newton and the philosophy and ideology of the Black Panther Party. Huey P. Newton founded the Black Panther Party during the late 1960's to organize and train African Americans to protect themselves against official violence. As the Party evolved, Newton professed the development of programs for the Black community and the philosophy of self-help.

Office of the Chancellor Records
University Archives, University of California, Berkeley
Administrative records of the Office, which often includes records generated by vice-chancellors and immediate office staff. Includes records for the chancellorships of Clark Kerr, Glenn T. Seaborg, Edward W. Strong, Martin Meyerson, Roger Heyns.

Rossman (Michael) Free Speech Movement Photographs
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Includes reproductions of record album covers from "Is Freedom Academic" (issued by radio station KPFA) and "FSM's Sounds and Songs of the Demonstration" (issued by FSM). Photographs of the 1964 Free Speech Movement events and demonstrations at the University of California at Berkeley. These materials were loaned to the University Libraries at Berkeley by Michael Rossman to create the graphics for the decor of the Free Speech Movement Cafe in Moffitt Library, which was completed in the spring of 2000.

San Francisco News-Call Bulletin Newspaper Photograph Archive (Free Speech Movement Selection)
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Chiefly consists of photographic negatives of San Francisco Bay Area news events taken by staff photographers of The News-Call Bulletin and its predecessors, The Call Bulletin and The Call, which were daily newspapers of San Francisco, Calif.

Sexual Freedom League Records
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Research and reference files (including correspondence). Includes a substantial, but incomplete, run of the SFL Newsletter (March 1965-April 1971), as well as scattered samples of other serials on issues of sexual freedom.

Smith (Henry N.) Papers
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Primarily consists of correspondence & research materials pertaining to Smith's published works, lectures and other professional activities and interests. The correspondence files are particularly extensive.

Social Protest Collection
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Leaflets, handbills, posters, short-lived serials, printed ephemera, collected on the UC Berkeley campus and from the surrounding community, and documenting a range of political and social protest movements.

Views of Protest Movements at the University of California, Berkeley
University Archives, University of California, Berkeley
Photographs show demonstrations, protesters, protest related art and posters, etc.

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