Anti-fascist movements -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents "Crush Fascism in Spain. Friends of the Debs Column supporting Eugene Victor Debs Column." 2 sheets of unused letterhead.
Dates: Issued: 1935-05-31
Scope and Contents "Come hear the facts about Fascist and Klan terror in the south, told by leading organizers just returned from the terror area. Presented under the auspices of the National Committee for Defense of Political Prisoners; Committee to Support Southern Textile Organization-Southern District; and International Labor Defense.
Dates: Issued: 1935-05-31
Scope and Contents This archive, and its accompanying library, were acquired by Guy Logsdon, then Library Director, in 1977. It is ascribed to Harold Leventhal, who was a folk music manager, handling such musicians as the Weavers, Woody Guthrie, Peter, Paul and Mary and Joan Baez. This archive includes an selection of correspondence of the noted activist Ammon Hennacy as well as biographical materials.
Dates: 1885 - 1978; Majority of material found within 1902 - 1975
Scope and Contents Announcement of a series of talks to be given by Howard Fast, the Hon. O. John Rogge, and Rabbi Irving F. Reichert at the Oakland Auditotrium Theatre.
Dates: Issued: 1947
Scope and Contents "Dear Friend of the Spanish Republican Exiles: George Seldes has courageously pointed out through the years how distorted are many reports of great historical events. No great event was ever more distorted in the American press than the war in Spain...." Appeal for donations. On verso, a list of national sponsors.
Scope and Contents Letter from Dorothy Parker, Acting Chairman of the Spanish Refugee Appeal, appealing for urgently needed funds to be sent to France and distributed through the Unitarian Service Committee.
Scope and Contents Unused mimeograph typed registration forms titled, "Eugene Victor Debs Column to Affiliate to the International Brigade to Fight Fascism in Spain."
Scope and Contents Draft statement addressed to the Workers of America, specific author unknown.
Dates: Issued: Undated
Scope and Contents "I speak of only one source of shame to decent Americans who want their country to be admired by the world. I mean the group of bigots known as the Dies Committee--then the Rankin Committee, and now the Thomas Committee--THREE NAMES FOR FASCISTS, the world over to roll on their tongues with pride." Henry A. Wallace.
Dates: Publication: 1948