Collection Summary

Creator: ACLU of Virginia
Title: Records of the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia
Accession: MSS 85-2
Description: 80 boxes; 35 linear feet
Location: Special Collections
Photograph Collection: View 1 digitized photographs
Digitized Content: 1 objects
Addenda

Collection Description & Arrangement

The files fall into four major categories: administrative, topical, case and project. Administrative files contain documents regarding the business and membership of the national and state organization, as well as some local chapters. Topical files contain information about issues such as abortion, students' rights, reapportionment, and mental health. These were often interfiled with administrative papers. The unrestricted case files contain either information -- correspondence, records and briefs -- about cases the Virginia ACLU was handling, or what the office called "research case material," i.e., usually records and briefs of ACLU cases in other areas of the country. Finally, the project files (similar to the topical files but more extensive) consist of organization, research and publicity material regarding issues of long-term concern to the Virginia ACLU. Major projects for the period 1967-1979 focus on the rights of women, prisoners in Virginia's penitentiaries, and migrant farmworkers on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. A significant percentage of the prison project files are restricted except for very limited types of research. For more information ask for the access information sheet for the restricted prison files.

The following table indicates the types of files in each accession, and the number of boxes in each which are open to research.

 

Acc. Number    No. of boxes  Year recieved   Types of files and years covered

9690                     10                     1971                    Administrative, primarily re national organization, 1967-69

9690-a                 12                      1973                   Administrative, topical, and small number of case files, 1968-71

9690-b                 4                        1973                   Administrative and topical files, 1969-73

9690-c                 17                      1975                   Case, topical, prison and women's rights project, and administrative files,                                                                                           1968-74

9690-d                 2                        1976                   Topical and a few case files, 1969-73

9690-e                 4                        1976                    Administrative, topical and prison project files, 1969-73

9690-f                  2                        1977                   Administrative and case files, 1954-74

9690-g                 17                      1979                   Administrative and topical files, 1965-77

9690-h                 12                      1981                   Administrative, case and migrant workers' project files, 1974-79

 

Use of finding aid
This finding aid is comprised of a container list, an index of selected subjects, and an index of cases.  The container list provides box number, dates and content description for every folder in each accession of files, in the order in which they were originally processed.  The subject index is based upon the topical folder headings; since only about half of the case folder headings have descriptors, the cases were not included in the subject index.  The subject and case indexes will provide the easiest and quickest access to the issues found in these papers.  The administrative files are not indexed, however, and in addition to containing detailed information about the administration of the ACLU at the local, state and national levels, some of these files are also concerned with issues and cases.  Consequently, a careful reading of the container list is recommended for a thorough sense of the scope of the collection.

Access terms
Upon approval of the ACLU's Access Committee the files listed in this inventory are available to scholars.  Those wishing to do research in these files should submit to the archivist a written request for access, addressed to the ACLU Access Committee, along with a description of the research project and anticipated use of the research findings.  Members of the Access Committee will review requests and either grant or deny access.

All the ACLU files containing confidential information are closed to research until at least 2013.  The confidential prison project files are open only to specific types of research with permission of the Access Committee. 

Biographical & Historical Information

The ACLU of Virginia was begun in 1967 and by early 1968 had 1700 members. In that year the National Development Council of the ACLU approved a grant proposal from the Virginia affiliate for funds to hire permanent staff. While there have been occasional financial difficulties, the Virginia affiliate has maintained a staffed office in Richmond since 1968. The executive directorship has been held consecutively by Lauren Selden, Shalom Dubow, Betsy Brinson, and Chan Kendrick.

Over the years the ACLU of Virginia has supported the rights of children, the mentally handicapped, students, women, homosexuals, and racial minorities. It has funded projects to effect improvements in the treatment and living conditions of patients in the state's mental institutions and migrant farmworkers on the Eastern Shore. It has opposed religion in public schools, illegal police searches, and the imposition of dress or hair length codes in schools or the work place. In the General Assembly the Virginia affiliate has fought for the Equal Rights Amendment, the right to abortion, reapportionment, and certain court reforms and changes in the juvenile code. The organization has been an active advocate for academic freedom and for the protection of individuals' privacy. It has pushed for reform of drug laws and called for the end of capital punishment. The most extensive and visible project for Virginia's ACLU in the 1970's and early 1980's was the prison project, a movement to insure adequate legal protection of inmates, as well as to improve their living conditions and treatment.

The papers of the ACLU of Virginia began coming to the University of Virginia in 1971. Since that time nine installments of papers have been transferred. In 1985 the collection was moved from the Manuscripts Department at Alderman Library to the Law Library. For the protection of ACLU clients' privacy, the entire collection has been closed to research since the mid-seventies. In 1988 every folder was reviewed, and those containing confidential information were removed to restricted storage for at least 25 years. The remaining files (80 boxes, 35 linear feet) are open to research with the permission of the ACLU's Access Committee (see p. 6); the folders are grouped and arranged as they were when first received at the University. The initial gift was accessioned #9690, and succeeding ones were numbered #9690-a, -b, etc. These voluminous files dating from 1967-1979 were kept by a number of different executive directors and secretaries and later processed by several different archivists. Consequently, folder headings varied over time, as has the archival arrangement.

Acquisition Information

Date Received 1985
Donor Information These files were a gift of the ACLU of Virginia to Alderman Library, Special Collections between 1971 and 1981. They were transferred to the Law Library with permission of Executive Director, Chan Kendrick, in 1985.

Content List

Box 1

  • 1967-68, ACLU New York Academic Freedom Committee:  correspondence and memoranda (2 folders)
  • 1956-68, ACLU New York Academic Freedom Committee:  drafts and publications
  • 1967, ACLU New York Board of Directors:  correspondence and memoranda (3 folders)

 

Box 2

  • 1967-68, ACLU New York Due Process Committee:  correspondence and memoranda
  • 1969, ACLU Virginia Foundation, Inc.:  correspondence and memoranda
  • 1967, Affiliates:  handbooks and indexes
  • 1966-68, Affiliate:  correspondence and memoranda
  • 1968-69, Affiliate Board Minutes (2 folders)
  • 1969, Affiliate Board of Directors:  general correspondence (2 folders)
  • 1968, Affirmative Obligations of Government, First Amendment:  articles
  • 1968, Art and Communications:  discussions


Box 3

  • 1968, Biennial Conference:  reports and correspondence
  • 1968, Budget Reports
  • 1968, Capital Punishment
  • n.d., Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
  • 1965, "Children, Education and Church-State Separation"
  • 1967-68, Church-State Committee:  correspondence and memoranda
  • 1968, "Church-State Problems in New Jersey"
  • 1968, Civil Disobedience:  correspondence and discussion
  • 1968, Civil Liberties and the University:  correspondence, memoranda and discussion
  • 1968-69, Civil Liberties and the University:  handbooks and guides
  • 1968, Civil Liberties and the University:  articles
  • 1968, Civil Liberties and the University Student:  correspondence and memoranda
  • 1968, Due Process:  correspondence and memoranda
  • 1968, "Entitlement to Government Benefits"
  • 1967-68, Equality Committee:  correspondence and memoranda

 

 

Box 4

1967-68, Executive Committee

  • 1968, Executive Director:  correspondence (2 folders)
  • 1968, Executive Director:  special report
  • 1967-68, Feature Press Service
  • 1968-69, Financial Statements of Operations, etc.
  • n.d., Financial Miscellany
  • 1967-68, Free Speech Committee:  memoranda
  • 1966, "General Guide to ACLU Litigation Procedures and Practices"
  • 1968, Grant Proposal:  memoranda
  • 1966-68, Hampton Roads:  correspondence and memoranda (2 folders)
  • 1968, "Hippies:"  paper presented at biennial conference
  • 1967-68, Index of ACLU Mimeographed Materials
  • 1968, "Inside ACLU:"  newsletter
  • 1968, Juveniles and the Law:  newsclippings

 

Box 5   

  • 1968, Legal Panel:  correspondence and memoranda
  •  1968, Legislative Campaigns
  •  1968-69, Membership:  correspondence and memoranda (4 folders)
  •  1968, Mentally Ill:  article
  •  1968-69, Miscellaneous Correspondence (3 folders)
  •  1966-67, National:  guides, correspondence and memoranda

 

Box 6

  • 1968, National:  guides, correspondence and memoranda
  • 1968-69, National:  court cases, broadsides and memoranda
  • 1968-69, National Board:  minutes and working papers (4 folders)

 

Box 7

  • 1969, National Board:  minutes and working papers (3 folders)
  • 1968, National Development Council
  • 1969, National Press Releases:  board statements and legislative testimonies (2 folders)
  • 1968, New Chapter Development

 

Box 8

  • 1968-69, Newsclippings
  • 1967-68, News Releases (2 folders)
  • 1968-69, Northern Virginia Chapter
  • 1968, Operation Southern Justice
  • 1968-69, Organization, Corporate
  • 1968, Organizational Structure
  • 1969, Outside Organizations and Publications 

 

Box 9

  • 1969, Outside Organizations and Publications (4 folders)
  • 1969, Peninsula Chapter
  • 1968, Prisoners and Ex-Convicts
  • 1967-68, Radio, T.V. and Censorship Committee

 

Box 10

  • 1967-68, Radio, T.V. and Censorship Committee
  • 1968, Renewal Campaign
  • 1968, Roger Baldwin Foundation
  • 1968, Secretarial Notes and Files
  • 1968, Special Ethnic Groups
  • 1968, Special Funds Appeal
  • 1968, State Board
  • [1968], Survey Action Technique
  • 1968, U.S. Government Documents
  • 1968, Urban Crisis
  • 1969, Virginia Council on Human Relations and Virginia Weekly
  • 1967-68, Virginia Government Documents
  • 1968-69, Women

 

(9690-a)

Box 11

  • 1969-70, Academic Freedom Committee:  minutes and working papers (2 folders)
  • 1969-71, ACLU Affiliates:  minutes and newsletters
  • 1967-71, ACLU Annual Reports
  • 1968-72, ACLU National Organization:  letters, memoranda, etc.
  • 1968-79, ACLU National Organization:  memoranda to affiliates

 

Box 12 

  • 1970, ACLU National Organization:  memoranda to affiliates (2 folders)
  • 1969-79, ACLU National Organization:  news releases (2 folders)
  • 1971, ACLU of Virginia Foundation
  • 1970, ACLU Search for National Executive Director
  • 1968-69, Affiliate Board Committees:  letters, lists
  •  

Box 13 

  • 1969-70, 50th Anniversary:  newsletters, memoranda, letters)
  • 1970, Annual Meeting:  memoranda, questionnaire
  • 1969, Annual Report of Executive Director
  • 1968-69, Roger Baldwin Foundation:  correspondence
  • 1970, Bequest Sharing:  correspondence
  • 1969-71, Bill of Rights Dinner:  lists, letters
  • 1969-70, Bill of Rights Essay Contest:  correspondence, entries
  • 1968-70, Board of Directors (National):  minutes

 

Box 14

  • 1970, Board of Directors (National):  working papers (2 folders)
  • 1967-70, Board of Directors (Virginia):  minutes, correspondence (2 folders)
  • 1969-71, Board of Directors (Virginia):  mailings

 

Box 15

  • 1969, Board Meetings, Frequency:  correspondence, questionnaires
  • 1969-70, Board Resignations:  letters
  • 1970, Brooks v. Groth:  correspondence, clippings
  • 1969, 1971; Budget and Finance
  • 1970, Buehler v. William and Mary:  court documents, letters
  • 1970, Bufford v. Holton:  records and briefs, correspondence
  • 1970, Bylaws
  • 1969-70, Central Virginia Chapter:  correspondence, newsletters
  • 1968-70, Albert Lee Chambers:  records and briefs
  • 1969-71, Church-State Committee (National)
  • 1968-72, "Civil Liberties" (ACLU Monthly Publication)--incomplete
  • 1969-70, Henry Lee Clere
  • 1968-71, Clippings
  • 1969-70, College-University Admissions Policies
  • 1970, Barbara Taylor Collins
  • 1970, Comments from ACLU Members
  • 1970, Commonwealth v. Fortune:  correspondence
  • 1970, Commonwealth v. Weinberg:  correspondence

 

Box 16

  • 1969-70, Communications Committee (National):  minutes, working papers (2 folders)
  • 1969, Corbett v. Commonwealth:  brief, correspondence
  • 1971, Corporation--United Virginia Bank Statements
  • 1970, Correspondence with U.Va. President Shannon
  • 1969-70, Correspondence with Chairman
  • 1969-70, Correspondence with Secretary
  • 1969, Danville School Case
  • 1969, Discrimination in State Hiring Practices:  correspondence, directives, committee reports
  • 1970-71, Donations and Requests for Information
  • 1970, Donohoe v. Duling:  brief
  • 1968-70, Due Process Committee:  minutes, working papers (2 folders)

 

Box 17

  • 1968-70, Equality Committee (National):  minutes, working papers
  • 1970-71, Executive Committee:  memoranda, mailings
  • 1968-70, Executive Committee (National):  minutes
  • 1970, Expenses and Contributions
  • 1970, John Fitzpatrick:  Voting Rights
  • 1968-70, Free Speech/Association Committee (National):  minutes, working papers
  • 1970-71, Fund-raising
  • 1969-70, General Correspondence
  • 1969, Ginter Park [segregated swimming pool]:  letter, by-laws, certificate of incorporation
  • 1967-70, Hampton Roads Chapter:  correspondence, ballots (2 folders)
  • 1970, House Bill No. 134:  memorandum

 

Box 18

  • 1970, House Internal Security Committee Inquiry:  correspondence, news releases, list of colleges
  • 1969-70, "Inside ACLU:"  issues, correspondence
  • 1970, Johnson v. Commonwealth:  correspondence
  • 1971, Joint Annual Meeting
  • 1970-71, Nathaniel Jones:  correspondence, records and briefs
  • 1968-69, Pvt. Daniel Duane Kelsch
  • 1970-71, Kunstler Program
  • 1969-70, Labor-Business Committee (National):  minutes
  • 1969, Legal Aid of Roanoke
  • 1970-71, Legal Docket (2 folders)
  • 1969-70, Lower Peninsula Chapter:  correspondence, newsletters
  • 1971, Martin v. Weaver Brothers:  correspondence, brief
  • 1970, Robert K. MacDowell
  • 1970, Martinsville Incident:  correspondence, clippings
  • 1969, Mason v. Peyton:  memorandum
  • 1970, Mattingly Case Witnesses (Arndt, et. al.)
  • 1969, Membership and Income:  lists, correspondence


Box 19

  • 1970-72, Membership Recruitment
  • 1970, National Capital Area Chapter:  correspondence, newsletters
  • 1968-70, Newsletters
  • 1969-70, News Releases (4 folders)

 

Box 20

  • 1970-72, News Releases and Newsletters (4 folders)
  • 1969-70, Newspapers, Miscellaneous
  • 1970-71, Pamphlets for ACLU and other organizations
  • 1969-70, Planning and Development Committees:  memoranda and minutes
  • 1969-70, Planning and Steering Committee (National):  minutes and working papers
  • 1969-72, Projects and Conferences:  correspondence and newsletters

Box 21

  • 1970, Radical Feminism
  • 1969-70, Religion in Public Schools
  • 1969-70, Roanoke Valley Chapter
  • 1969-70, Saunders v. V.P.I.:  records and briefs, correspondence, clippings
  • 1970, S.C.L.C. v. City of Petersburg:  correspondence and clippings
  • 1971, Search for Legal Panel Chairman
  • 1970, Selden v. Henrico County School Board:  brief
  • 1970, Seymour v. V.P.I.:  correspondence, clippings, news releases, pamphlets
  • 1969-70, Southside Area Chapter:  correspondence, newsletters
  • 1969, Stafford County Trailers
  • 1967, Student Rights--Old Dominion College:  correspondence, newspaper
  • 1965-70, Willie Thompson:  records and briefs, correspondence, clippings

 

Box 22

  • 1970, Traveler's Aid
  • 1969, U.S. v. Barcena: correspondence, records, clipping
  • 1970, Valley Annual Meeting:  registration material, memoranda
  • 1969-70, Vaughn v. Reed:  briefs, correspondence
  • 1968-70, Virginia Capital Area Chapter:  correspondence, newsletters, by-laws (3 folders)
  • 1970-71, Washington Area Military and Draft Law Panel:  correspondence, newsletters
  • 1970, Williams v. Chittum:  brief, correspondence, clippings
  • 1970-71,  "The Woman Activist:"  newsletter
  • 1970-71, Women's Rights
  • 1970, Wythe High School Speech
  • 1969, Alexander Zink:  brief, correspondence

 

(9690-b)  Administrative:

Box 23

  • 1970-72, Access to the Media:  Ad-Hoc Committee of ACLU
  • 1971, Account Vouchers
  • 1970, Annual Meetings
  • 1970, Biennial Conference of ACLU
  • n.d., By-laws of ACLU of Va.
  • n.d., Chapter Information Handbook
  • 1969-70, Civil Liberties Institute
  • 1971, Expense Account Vouchers
  • 1970, Final Renewal Notices for Membership
  • 1968-73, Foundation Budget
  • 1969-70, Foundation Minutes
  • 1969-71, Fund-raising Schedules, Plans, Ideas
  • 1971-72, Gill Bequest
  • 1970, Guide for ACLU
  • 1967-70, Minutes
  • 1965-72, Miscellaneous Administrative Correspondence
  • 1969-72, National Legislation--Washington Office

 

Box 24

1968-73, Newsletters (2 folders)

1969-70, Open Admissions

1970-71, Press Releases

1969-71, Special Committee to Re-examine Primary Membership Responsibility

1969-70, Special Funds Appeals

1970, Weighted Voting Formula

 

(9690-b) Topical:

Box 24 

  • 1970-72, Abortion Laws:  Virginia and District of Columbia
  • 1968-71, Censorship/Obscenity
  • 1969-71, Christmas Programs in Schools
  • 1971-72, Church and State
  • 1972, Commission on Human Relations:  Richmond
  • 1971, Constitutional Convention--Revenue sharing
  • 1970, Control of One's Own Body:  ACLU Conference in New York City
  • 1970-71, Data Processing as Civil Liberties Threat

 

Box 25

  • 1969-72, Draft Resistance and Repeal
  • 1972, Drug Laws and Rehabilitation
  • 1970, Environmental Problems
  • 1966-72, Freedom of Speech and Assembly
  • 1971-72, Governmental Surveillance
  • 1969-70, Justices of the Peace and Civil Warrants
  • 1970, Kent State Strike
  • 1971, Loitering Ordinance:  Winchester, Va.
  • 1970-71, Longwood College--Funds for Segregated Academies
  • 1971-72, Marijuana Repeal                             
  • 1969, Military Justice
  • 1969-73, Miscellaneous Printed Material
  • 1972, Neighborhood Legal Aid Society
  • 1970-72, Questions Relating to the Mass Media

 

Box 26

  • 1970-73, Newspapers (2 folders)
  • 1971-72, School Desegregation
  • 1965-71, School Prayer Amendment Revival
  • 1970-72, "South Today"
  • 1970-71, Underground Newspapers
  • 1971, U. Va. Confederate Flag Ban
  • 1970, Vietnam War Legal Question
  • 1970, Vietnam War Political Activity
  • 1970-73, Women's Rights

 

(9690-c) Case Files for ACLU of Va.:

Box 27

  • 1970, ACLU of Va. v. Radford College
  • 1971-72, Anderson v. Southampton County School Board
  • 1969-70, Arey v. Cox
  • 1970-71, Baugh v. Quarles
  • 1971-72, Beaumont:  Thompson v. Houston
  • 1970-72, Bellamy v. Ennis (2 folders)
  • 1972, Bigelow v. Commonwealth:  Abortion Ad
  • 1973, Biograph Theatre:  Devil in Miss Jones, Amicus to Murray Janus
  • 1973, Blue Laws
  • 1972, Bright v. Mary Washington:  Honor Code
  • 1973, Brooks v. McCadden:  National Guard Short Hair Wigs
  • 197?, Cohen v. Chesterfield County Schools

 

Box 28

  • 1970-71, Cole V. Graybeal
  • 1970-71, Commonwealth v. Atwood (see also Lusby v. Commonwealth)
  • 1973, Cook v. U.S. Navy
  • 1973, Covington Police Brutality
  • 1972-73, Commonwealth v. Dalton
  • 1973, Commonwealth v. Daves
  • 1972, Commonwealth v. Graham
  • 1973, Commonwealth v. Hargrave:  Face Paint--Klan Mask Law
  • 1970-71, Commonwealth v. Shea
  • 1972-73, Commonwealth v. Squire:  Disorderly Conduct
  • 1970-72, Donohoe v. Duling
  • 1970-73, English v. Virginia Probation and Parole Board
  • 1960-70, Hodgin v. Noland
  • 1970, Irvis v. Scott:  Private Clubs
  • 1970-71, Jackson v. Patterson
  • 1969, Jervey v. Martin (Radford College)
  • 1971-72, Johnson-Jones v. Miller
  • 1971, Kenyatta v. Cox

 

Box 29

  • 1968-70, Koehl (American Nazi Party) v. Resor
  • 1970-73, Kowtoniuk v. Russell--Virginia State College (2 folders)

 

Box 30

  • 1972-73, Lee v. Kuykendall (Board of Bar Examiners)
  • 1971, Lee v. Smith
  • 1972, Letter Carriers Local v. Austin
  • 1971, Lusby v. Commonwealth (see also Commonwealth v. Atwood)
  • 1973, McClung v. Weatherholz:  Vindictive Higher Sentence on Appeal
  • 1971-72, Manard v. Commonwealth
  • [1972?], Morris v. Commonwealth
  • 1970-72, Nazis v. Ringers
  • 1972-73, Newport News Education Association v. Virginia Supplemental Retirement System
  • 1971, Norris v. State Council of Higher Education (2 folders)
  • 1968-71, Owens v. Commonwealth
  • 1969-71, Patillo v. U.S.:  Threatening the President
  • 1970, Pentagon Cases
  • 1973, Pierce v. Lewis:  Policeman Long Hair
  • 1968-71, Rainey v. Miller (Madison College)
  • 1973-74, Sebottka v. Brown

 

Box 31

  • 1970-72, Selden v. Henrico County School Board
  • 1970, [Sharpe v. ?]
  • 1970-72, Sword v. Fox
  • 1972, Taraskewich v. Geipel
  • 1972, U.S. v. Nesci:  First Amendment--Media Obscenity
  • 1972, Walker v. Dillard
  • 1973, "Yippees v. Manassas Cops"

 

(9690-c) Case Files Used for Research Purposes:

Box 31 

  • [1972?], American Servicemen's Union v. Mitchell: Military--G.I. Rights
  • [1970?], Anderson v. Laird:  Compulsory Chapel Attendance
  • 1969, Anderson v. Sills:  Surveillance
  • 1973, Arends v. Arends:  Child Custody
  • [1969?], Bick v. Mitchell:  Aliens

 

Box 32

  • 1971, Bishop v. Holton:  Non-resident Fees
  • [1970?], Blumstein v. Ellington:  Residency Requirements for Elections
  • 1972, Bradley v. State Board of Education of Virginia:  School Desegregation
  • 1971, Burnham v. Oswald:  News Media--Inmate Interviews
  • 1970, Application of Earl Caldwell and the New York Times:  Freedom of the Press
  • [1969?], California v. Belous:  Sex Discrimination--Abortion
  • [1971?], Clay v. Black:  Constitutional Rights
  • 1972, Davidson v. Dill:  Expungement of Arrest Records If No Conviction
  • 1969, In Re Defender Association of Philadelphia:  Indigents
  • 1966, Dickson v. Sitterson:  Freedom of Speech
  • 1972, Driscoll v. International Union of Operating Engineers:  Non-communist Affidavits
  • 1973, Edwards v. Healey; Stubblefield v. Tennessee:  Jury Selection
  • 1968, Fairfax County Federation of Citizens Association v. Hunting Towers Operating Company:  Housing Discrimination
  • 1972, Floyd v. U.S.:  Unlawful Entry into a Military Base
  • 1972, Frotiero v. Laird:  Military Sex Discrimination
  • 1973, Goss v. Lopez; Geduldig v. Aiello; Ellis v. Dyson

 

Box 33

  • 1971-72, Gutierrez v. Laird:  Sex Discrimination--Maternity
  • 1972, Hart v. Arlington County School Board:  Desegregation
  • [1968?], Hartman v. Romney:  Oath-taking--Equal Protection
  • 1968, Haskett v. Washington:  Equal Protection
  • 1969, Hibbs v. N.O.R.T.H:  Demonstrations
  • 1971, Hiss v. Hampton:  Equal Protection
  • 1970, Hodson v. Buckson:  Freedom of Speech--Flag Desecration
  • 1973-74, Holder v. Banks; Perkins v. Smith; Junior Chamber of Commerce v. U.S. Jaycees
  • [1968?], Howe, v. Clifford:  Military--G.I. Rights
  • [1969?], Jalil v. Hampton:  Civil Service--Aliens
  • 1971, Johnson v. Baptist Memorial Hospital:  Long Hair
  • [1971?], Kenyatta v. Hoover:  Surveillance

 

Box 34

  • 1968, Kelley v. Wyman:  Equal Protection
  • 1971, Lansdale v. Jenkins:  Students--Length of Hair
  • 1970, Leary v. U.S.
  • [1972?], Naturalization of Yao Quinn Lee
  • 1972, Appeal of Shirley Long to U.S. Civil Service Commission:  Sex Discrimination
  • 1972, Love v. Hughes:  Pretrial Detainees Voting Rights
  • [1971?], Mellon v. Richardson:  Equal Protection--Illegitimate Children
  • 1972, Merriken v. Cressman
  • [1971?], Midwest Video Corporation v. U.S. and Federal Communications Commission:  Government Secrecy
  • 1971, Mississippi ACLU v. University of Southern Mississippi:  Freedom of Speech
  • 1972, Morris v. Commonwealth of Virginia:  G.I. Rights and Right to Privacy
  • [1969?], National Faculty Association of Community and Junior Colleges v. Hamet:  Equal Protection
  • 1967, National Student Association v. Hershey:  Military--Selective Service

 

Box 35

  • [1969?], National Student Association v. Laird and Finch:  Student Demonstrations
  • 1968, Norton v. Discipline Committee of East Tennessee State University:  Student Rights--Free Speech
  • 1970, Olff v. East Side Union High School:  Long Hair
  • [1972?], Orrin v. Secretary of the Treasury:  Trading with the Enemy Act
  • 1970-71, Park View Heights Corporation v. City of Black Jack:  Housing Discrimination
  • 1972, Pennsylvania and Bucks County Interfaith Housing Corporation v. County of Bucks
  • [1968?], Pennsylvania v. Countryman:  Equal Protection
  • 1968, Pennsylvania v. Shovlin:  Mental Commitment
  • 1963, Pennsylvania v. Ware:  Interrogation
  • 1971, Peoples v. Wainwright:  Prisoners
  • 1970, Perkins v. U.S.:  Search Warrants
  • 1968, Peterson v. Clark:  Military--Selective Service
  • [1968?], Porcelli v. Titus:  School Desegregation
  • 1971, Transcript of Potts v. Rambler (2 folders)

 

Box 36

  • [1971?], Quinn v. Cliff:  Equal Protection
  • 1972, Riddell v. National Democratic Party; Evers v. Waller
  • 1969, Robinson v. Whitehead:  Habeas Corpus
  • 1973, Scales v. Commonwealth of Virginia
  • [1971?], Scheuer v. Rhodes:  Student Demonstrations--Kent State
  • 1969, Schultz v. U.S.:  Military--Selective Service
  • [1971?], Shaw v. Hoover:  Surveillance
  • 1969, Smith v. University of Tennessee:  Students--Freedom of Speech
  • [1966?], Smith v. Ruben K. King:  Equal Protection
  • 1973, Sumbrey v. Land:  Criminal Procedure--Contempt
  • 1969, Talley v. A. & M. Construction Co.:  Indigents
  • [1972?], Tatum v. Laird:  Demonstrations
  • [1968?], U.S. v. Brooks:  Military--Selective Service
  • 1969-70, U.S. v. "Chicago Seven":  Demonstrations

 

Box 37

  • 1972, U.S. v. Crowthers:  Demonstrations
  • 1968, U.S. v. Daniels:  Military--G.I. Rights
  • 1969, U.S. v. Flowers:  Composition of Juries
  • [1968?], U.S. v. Harvey:  Military--G.I. Rights
  • 1971, U.S. v. Jones:  Threat to President
  • [1968?], U.S. v. Levy:  Military--G.I. Rights
  • 1971, U.S. v. New York Times:  Government Secrecy--Pentagon Papers
  • 1968, U.S. v. Noyd:  Military--Selective Service
  • 1969, U.S. v. Various Articles of Obscene Merchandise:  Obscenity
  • 1970, U.S. v. Simpson:  Conscientious Objectors

 

Box 38

  • 1972, U.S. v. Whitaker:  Surveillance
  • 1969, U.S. v. Zimmerman:  Military--Selective Service
  • [1971?], Veterans for Peace v. Commissioner of Customs:  Freedom of Speech
  • [1971?], Commonwealth of Virginia v. Manns:  Criminal Procedure
  • [1970?], Walkden v. Khosrovi:  Loyalty Oath
  • 1973, Wallis v. O'Kier:  Fourth Amendment
  • 1972, Weinstein v. Kleindienst:  Freedom of Information
  • 1970, Woody v. Judge:  Prisoners' Rights
  • 1972, Worden v. Dole and Republican National Committee
  • 1971, Zuckerman v. Hospital Authority of Petersburg

 

(9690-c) Prison Project Files:

Box 38

  • 1970, Prison:  Department of Corrections Guidelines
  • 1969-73, Form Letters and Questionnaires

 

Box 39 

  • 1972-73, General Penitentiary Negotiations     
  • 1973, Inmate Advisor
  • 1971-73, Miscellaneous Correspondence and Papers
  • 1973, Offender Aid and Restoration
  • 1973, Parole Denial and Revocation
  • 1972-73, Parole Program Research Material
  • 1971-72, Prisoners' Rights (2 folders)
  • 1973, Prisoners' Rights:  Ross v. Blackledge
  • 1973, Private Security Industry Abuses
  • 1973, Proposed New Penal Rules

 

Box 40

  • 1970, Recidivist Law
  • 1969-70, Reform Proposals of Robert Landman
  • 1969-73, Reform Proposals and Related Papers
  • 1970-72, Statements and Miscellaneous Papers
  • 1973, "A System for Parole Action Notification to Inmates"

 

(9690-c) Topical Files:

Box 40

  • 1972, Center House:  Gathion Rowe, Jr., Director
  • 1972, Child Custody--Sex Discrimination
  • n.d., Court Watching Forms
  • 1971-72, Draft Counseling
  • n.d., Dress Code of Richmond Department of Public Welfare
  • 1971, 1973, Henrico Fire Department Hair Regulations
  • 1972, M.D. Confidentiality
  • 1973, Marihuana
  • 1973, Judge Harold Maurice Horror Stories
  • 1973, Military Rights Project
  • 1971, Newspaper Clippings re Abortion, Long Hair, Search Powers and Various Civil Liberties Cases
  • 1970, Northern Virginia Long Hair Cases
  • 1973, Reform of Jury Sentencing
  • 1971, n.d., Reform of Laws Relating to Juveniles

 

Box 41

  • 1971, Richmond Community Action Program:  Grant Application
  • 1970-71, State Police Training Film
  • 1970, Sex Discrimination:  Colleges
  • 1972, Sickle Cell Anemia Testing
  • 1968-70, Student Rights:  Conference Agendas and Brochures
  • n.d., Student Rights:  Model Code
  • 1973, U.S. Labor Party:  First Amendment--Assembly


(9690-c) Project on Women:

Box 41

  • 1973, Correspondence and Papers re Women's Rights
  • 1973-74, Correspondence re Equal Rights Amendment (E.R.A.)
  • 1973-74, "The Equal Rights Amendment and Federal Preemption" and "E.R.A. and the Virginia Code"
  • 1973-74, Memoranda from National ACLU to AFfiliates re Women's Rights Project
  • 1973, National ACLU Sexual Privacy Project Legal Docket
  • 1973-74, Papers re E.R.A. in Virginia:  Legislative Bulletins, Lists, etc.
  • 1974, Press Releases on E.R.A. and Women's Rights

 

(9690-c) Administrative Files:

Box 42

  • 1969-70, Annual Meeting
  • 1970, Budgetary Controls on Litigation
  • n.d., Charter Development Handbook
  • 1969-71, Co-operating Attorneys
  • 1968-75, Correspondence re Organization of ACLU of Northern Virginia
  • 1972-73, Correspondence re Tri-Affiliates
  • 1970-71, Financial Records
  • 1972, Formalization of the ACLU Va. Legal Panel
  • n.d., Legal Docket Case Report Form
  • 1972, Litigation Guide
  • 1968, Manual of Organization
  • 1972-73, Miscellaneous Staff Papers

 

Box 43

  • 1972, National ACLU Legal Docket
  • 1966-74, National ACLU Correspondence with Affiliates (2 folders)
  • 1968-73, Newsletters

 

(9690-d)

Box 44

  • 1971-74, ACLU Va. Staff Correspondence and Papers (2 folders)
  • 1972-73, Capital Punishment (2 folders)
  • 1973-74, Due Process
  • 1973, Fair Housing
  • 1973, National ACLU Sexual Privacy Project Legal Docket
  • 1970, Prison:  Alexandria City Jail
  • 1973, Prison:  Arrest Expungement

 

Box 45

  • 1972-73, Psychosurgery
  • 1973-74, Research Case File:  In the Matter of David Dellinger; Knopf v. Colby
  • 1974, Research Case File:  Noel v. Chapman--Rights of Aliens; Forcade v. Rowley
  • 1974, Research Case File:  Williams v. TWA; Mercado v. Rockefeller
  • 1971, Revision of the Virginia Code
  • 1972-73, Women:  Articles re Women's Rights Projects
  • 1970-74, Women:  Correspondence and Other Papers re E.R.A.

 

(9690-e)

Box 46

  • 1972-73, Administrative Assistant, Paula Brown Lowe
  • 1969-70, Annual Report of the Arizona ACLU
  • 1970-72, Bill of Rights Award
  • 1969-70, Bill of Rights Dinner
  • 1969-72, Board of Directors:  Administration
  • 1973, Board of Directors:  Informational Materials
  • 1971-72, Board of Directors:  Miscellaneous
  • 1970-71, Board of Directors:  Procedures and Guidelines
  • 1970-71, Board of Directors:  Roster
  • 1972-74, Budget (2 folders)
  • 1969-70, By-laws
  • 1970-73, Correspondence with Other Organizations
  • 1973,  Development of Chapters--Danville
  • [1973?], Development of Chapters--Harrisonburg

 

Box 47

  • 1970-71, Finance:  Cancelled Checks and Bank Statements
  • 1973, Finance:  Monthly Activity Report and Miscellaneous Forms
  • 1969-71, Finance:  Staff Telephone Bills
  • 1973, Legislation:  Court Reform
  • 1973, Legislation:  General Correspondence
  • 1971-73, Legislation:  House of Delegates (2 folders)
  • 1972, 1974, Legislation:  Lobbying
  • 1974, Legislation:  Mental Health Project

 

Box 48

  • 1972, Literature Orders
  • 1973, Local Lock-ups
  • 1973, Membership Data
  • 1973, Membership Income
  • 1973, National ACLU:  Poverty and Civil Liberties Referendum
  • 1972, Prison:  Death Sentence
  • 1970, Prison:  Pegram v. Cox
  • 1973, Prison:  Social Involvement and Research
  • 1973, Prison:  Stinnie v. Gregory
  • 1973, Projects:  Correspondence re Impeachment

 

Box 49

  • 1972-73, Projects:  Student Rights
  • 1969-74, Projects:  Tri-Affiliates (2 folders)
  • 1973, Public Education:  Media Relations
  • 1973, Public Education:  Press Releases
  • 1973, Public Education:  Speaking Engagements
  • 1970, Request for Assistance:  Loitering
  • 1973, Resources Outside ACLU
  • 1969, Reston Community Association
  • 1970, Student Paper for Constitutional Law Class
  • 1973, "Watergate and Civil Liberties"
  • 1973, Women's Project and E.R.A.
  • 1968, Wood v. Waddell
  • ACLU Seal

 

(9690-f)

Box 50

  • 1966-73, Annual Reports and Memoranda
  • 1971-73, Bishop v. Holton:  Briefs and Correspondence
  • 1972, n.d., Bradley v. Board of Education; Robbins v. Kleindienst; Stinnie v. Gregory
  • n.d., By-laws
  • 1968-73, "Civil Liberties"

 

Box 51 

  • 1970-73, Fairfax City:  Affirmative Action, Personnel Rules, LEAA Grant Application, Fair Housing Ordinances, and Miscellaneous Correspondence
  • 1965-74, Memoranda of the ACLU-National Capital Area
  • 1961-70, Printed Material re Religion in Schools
  • 1962, 1973, n.d., Pamphlets, Articles and Proposals re Expunging Criminal Records
  • 1964, 1970-73, Pamphlets re Women's Rights
  • 1954, "Constitutional Liberty and Seditious Activity"
  • 1955, "Freedom of Speech and Press"
  • 1954, "Where Constitutional Liberty Came From"

 

(9690-g) Administrative Files:

Box 52

  • 1972, Address Rosters
  • 1969-77, Administration:  ACLU of Virginia Archives
  • 1974-75, n.d., Administration:  Bicentennial Ideas
  • 1974-77, n.d., Administration:  Board of Directors, By-laws and Membership
  • 1974-77, Administration:  State Corporation Commission
  • 1973-75, Board:  ACLU Va. President
  • 1975-78, Board:  Agendas
  • 1968-75, Board:  Attendance Lists
  • 1973-77, Board:  Correspondence
  • 1970-72, Board:  Index of ACLU Va. Minutes
  • 1975, Board:  Meeting Policy

 

Box 53

  • 1971-77, Board:  Memoranda
  • 1969-77, Board:  Nominating Committee
  • 1977, Board:  Staff Counsel Planning Reports
  • 1972-73, Board:  State Board Directors, Women's Steering Committee
  • 1971-72, n.d., Briefs:  Adams v. Pinellas Opportunity Council, Bradley v. Board of Education, Hart v. Arlington County School Board, Landman v. Royster
  • 1970-74, n.d., Chapter:  Activities (2 folders)
  • 1974-76, Chapter:  Capital Area
  • 1974-77, Chapter:  Central Virginia
  • 1968-77, n.d., Chapter:  Chairperson Memos

 

Box 54

  • 1974-77, Chapter:  Hampton Roads
  • 1975-77, Chapter:  Harrisonburg
  • 1974-76, Chapter:  Lower Peninsula (Hampton, Newport)
  • 1974-76,  Chapter:  Lynchburg
  • 1970-76, Chapter:  Minutes of Meetings (2 folders)
  • 1976-77, n.d., Chapter:  New River Valley
  • 1974-77, n.d., Chapter:  Northern Virginia
  • 1974-77, Chapter:  Roanoke Valley


Box 55

  • 1970, Class Actions in Civil Liberties Cases
  • 1975-76, n.d., Development:  Bristol
  • 1975-76, Development:  Chapter Conference (1975)
  • 1973-76, Development:  Chapter Project Ideas
  • 1975-76, Development:  Coalitions
  • 1969-75, Development:  Committee
  • 1974-75, Development:  Danville and Martinsville
  • 1972-76, Development:  Membership Handbook
  • 1976, n.d., Development:  Northern Virginia
  • 1971-74, Development:  Volunteers
  • 1970-72, Index of ACLU Mimeographed Materials
  • n.d., Legal Dockets

 

Box 56

  • n.d., Legal Panel Policy:  Virginia Affiliates
  • 1974-77, Legislation:  Correspondence
  • 1976, Legislation:  Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
  • 1973-76, n.d., Legislation:  General Assembly (3 folders)
  • 1974-75, Legislation:  Issues
  • 1974-77, Legislation:  Legislative Alerts
  • 1975, Legislation:  Priorities
  • 1974-76, Legislation:  Rules, Names/Addresses of General Assembly Members
  • 1975-76, Legislation:  Volunteers
  • 1976, n.d., Legislation:  Volunteers' Specific Interests
  • 1976, n.d., Membership:  ACLU Va./ ACLU-National Capital Area
  • 1976-77, Membership:  Correspondence
  • 1976-77, Membership:  Correspondence with National Headquarters
  • 1973-76, n.d., Membership:  1976 Effort

 

Box 57

  • 1971-76, n.d., Membership:  Recruitment (2 folders)
  • 1976, n.d., Membership:  Recruitment Samples
  • n.d.,  Membership:  Renewals
  • 1973-76, n.d., Morgan, Charles, Jr.:  Resignation
  • 1976-77, National:  Affiliates
  • 1968-77, National:  Correspondence
  • 1973-75, National:  Tri-Affiliates
  • 1965, 1971-72, National Academic Freedom Committee Minutes and Working Papers
  • 1970-72, National Church-State Committee Minutes and Working Papers
  • 1971, National Committee against Repressive Legislation
  • 1971-72, National Communication Committee Minutes and Working Papers
  • 1969, 1971-72, National Constitution Committee Minutes and Working Papers
  • 1971-73, National Due Process Committee Minutes and Working Papers
  • 1971-72, National Equality Committee Minutes and Working Papers

 

Box 58

  • 1971-73, National Free Speech/Association Minutes and Working Papers
  • 1971-72, National Labor Committee Minutes and Working Papers
  • 1971-72, National Planning and Steering Committee Minutes and Working Papers
  • 1976, n.d., National Insurance Plan for ACLU
  • 1971-72, National Memo:  Ben Clark
  • 1971-73, National Memo:  Claire Cooper
  • 1971-72, National Memo:  Aryeh Neier
  • 1971-73, 1976, n.d., National Memo:  Alan Reitman
  • 1971-73, National Memo:  Melvin L. Wulf
  • 1971-75, n.d., Newsclippings
  • 1971-74, Newsletters
  • 1970-72, n.d., Pamphlets and Brochures

 

Box 59

  • 1976, Personnel:  Life Insurance
  • 1976-77, Personnel:  Medical Insurance
  • 1974-77, n.d., Press:  Correspondence
  • 1972-76, Press Releases
  • 1972, "Policy Guide of the American Civil Liberties Union"
  • 1971, n.d., Public Testimony:  Northern Virginia Chapter
  • 1973-74, Publications:  Clearinghouse Review
  • 1973, Publicity:  Chapter

 

(9690-g) Topical Files:

Box 59

  • 1967-70, Abortion
  • 1965, 1968-69, n.d., Academic Freedom
  • 1965, "Academic Freedom and Civil Liberties of Students in Colleges and Universities"
  • 1970, Academic Freedom:  Tenure
  • 1972, Bank Secrecy Act

 

Box 60

  • 1969, Campus Disorders:  Statement
  • 1970, Censorship and Student Rights
  • 1972-77, n.d., Children's Rights Project (5 folders)
  • 1970, Civil Rights Task Force on Higher Education in Virginia

 

Box 61

  • 1970-71, Civil Rights Working Papers
  • 1969-70, College and University Admissions Policy and Open Admissions
  • 1970, Conscientious Objectors:  Criteria for Classification
  • 1970, "Control of One's Own Body," 1970 Biennial
  • 1975-76, n.d., Criminal Justice Reform Act of 1975:  Senate Bill Number 1
  • 1969, "Defender of Unpopular Causes"
  • 1970, Desegregation of Higher Education
  • 1974-76, Dum-Dum Bullets
  • 1971, "The Engineering of Restraint:  The Nixon Administration and the Press"
  • 1973-77, Ex-Offender Licensing Bill
  • 1970, Faculty Rights Decisions
  • 1966-69, "The Fight for Civil Liberties Never Stays Won" and "The Courts Have Failed the Poor"
  • 1975-77, n.d., Freedom of Information Act
  • 1971, Freedom of the Press:  Aryeh Neier's Statement before Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights
  • 1975-76, Juvenile Justice
  • 1969-70, Law Students Civil Rights Research Council

 

Box 62

  • 1972-77, Legislation, Miscellaneous
  • ca. 1973-74, Mental Health Project:  Bill of 1973-74 Session of General Assembly
  • 1971-73, Mental Health Project:  Civil Commitment and Patient Right, Bill Drafts and Correspondence
  • n.d., Mental Health Project:  Comparison of Mental Health Laws
  • 1974-76, Mental Health Project:  Correspondence
  • n.d., Mental Health Project:  Information on Completing the Study
  • 1973-75, Mental Health Project:  Legislation
  • 1973-74, n.d., Mental Health Project:  Lists of Those Who Can Work
  • 1973-74, n.d., Mental Health Project:  Previous Drafts of Legislation
  • 1973, n.d., Mental Health Project:  Proposed Criminal Commitment Statute

 

Box 63

  • 1972-73, Mental Health Project:  Publications
  • 1963, 1971-73, n.d., Mental Health Project:  Related Articles and Legislation for Other States
  • 1969-70, Obscenity
  • n.d., "Our Prisons Are Criminal"
  • 1970-71, Powell, Lewis F.
  • n.d., Preventive Detention
  • 1972, "Public Television:  A Question of Survival"
  • 1969, "Race Makes the Difference"
  • 1971-72, Reapportionment:  Briefs
  • 1971-72, Reapportionment:  Legal Documents (2 folders)

 

Box 64

  • 1964, n.d., Reapportionment:  Legislation
  • 1965-77, n.d., Reapportionment:  Letters
  • 1965, 1971, n.d., Reapportionment:  Miscellaneous Cases (2 folders)
  • 1971, n.d., Reapportionment:  1970 Population Census . . . State Planning and Community Affairs
  • 1967-68, Reapportionment:  Printed Material re Norfolk

 

Box 65

  • 1971-73, n.d., Reapportionment:  Thornton v. Prichard (2 folders)
  • 1964, 1971, n.d., Reapportionment:  Voting Rights
  • 1969-71, n.d., Regional Planning Commission
  • 1968, 1973, Selective Service Litigation
  • 1977-78, Sexual Assault:  Reform Bill
  • 1969-70, Southern Legal Action Movement
  • 1969-70, Southern Regional Conference

 

Box 66

  • 1971, Sterilization
  • 1969-72, Student Rights:  Dress/Appearance
  • n.d., Student Rights:  Joint Statement on Rights and Freedoms of Students
  • 1970-71, Student Rights:  Project Materials
  • 1970, Student Rights:  Public Schools
  • 1971-75, n.d., Student Rights and Responsibilities:  Fairfax County Task Force (3 folders)
  • 1972, Subversive Activities Control Board
  • 1971, "Theory and Practice of American Political Intelligence"
  • 1970-71, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
  • 1969-71, Virginia Council on Human Relations
  • 1976-77, Virginia Foundation for Humanities and Public Policy

 

Box 67

  • 1970-71, n.d., Virginia Leadership Conference on Civil Rights
  • 1966-68, 1971-72, Welfare Recipients:  Indigents, Poor
  • 1975-77, Women's Rights:  Athletics
  • 1975-76, Women's Rights:  Equal Credit Opportunity
  • 1976, Women's Rights:  Federal Fair Employment
  • 1976-77, Women's Rights:  Female Offenders
  • 1971-77, n.d., Women's Rights:  National ACLU (2 folders)

 

Box 68

  • 1976-77, Women's Rights:  Press Releases
  • 1974-76, Women's Rights:  Reproductive Freedom
  • 1974-77, Women's Rights:  State Personnel Grievance Procedure
  • 1976, Women's Rights:  Title IX Higher Education (2 folders)
  • 1976, Women's Rights:  Voluntary Sterilization Legislation
  • 1976-77, Women's Rights:  Women's Employment Rights Counseling Project
  • n.d., "What Constitutes Your Right to Privacy on Campus"
  • 1970, "Why Compulsory Closed-Ward Treatment of Narcotic Addicts?"
  • 1971, "Why Students Want Their Constitutional Rights"

 

(9690-h) Administrative Files:

Box 69

  • n.d., ACLU Va. Board of Directors
  • 1975, Benefit Fund Raiser
  • 1974-75, Finance:  Accountant IRS
  • 1976, Financial Audit
  • 1975, Fund Raising:  Bill of Rights Dinner
  • 1974-75, Fund Raising:  Correspondence
  • 1969-75, Fund Raising:  Grants
  • 1974-76, Project Finance:  Contributions (3 folders)
  • 1976-77, Project Finance:  Receipts, Correspondence, Statements, Contributions
  • 1977, Tenth Anniversary Celebration for ACLU Va.
  • 1979, Tidewater Legal Aid Society
  • 1975, Union Finance:  Correspondence

 

Box 70

  • 1974-76, Union Finance:  Payroll and Taxes (3 folders)
  • 1974, Union Finance:  Receipts
  • 1978-80, "The Virginia Guardian"
  • 1975, VALC Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice Code Revision
  • 1977, General Assembly (GA)
  • 1978, GA:  Abortion
  • 1978, GA:  ACLU Positions
  • 1978, GA:  Child Abuse
  • 1978, GA:  Child Placement (Adoptions and Licensing)
  • 1978, GA:  Child Pornography
  • 1978, GA:  Contacts
  • 1978, GA:  Death Penalty
  • 1978, GA:  Districting
  • 1978, GA:  Freedom of Information Act
  • 1978, GA:  Health, Welfare and Institutions

 

Box 71

  • 1978, GA:  House Committee on Education
  • 1978, GA:  House Committee on General Laws
  • 1978, GA:  House Committee on Privileges and Elections
  • 1978, GA:  House Courts of Justice Committee
  • 1978, GA:  House and Senate Bills
  • 1978, GA:  Juvenile Code
  • 1978, GA:  Lobbying Register, Letters, Notes
  • 1978, GA:  Marijuana
  • 1978, GA:  Miscellaneous Bills
  • 1978, GA:  Miscellaneous Newsletters
  • 1978, GA:  Senate Committee on Education and Health
  • 1978, GA:  Senate Committee on Rehabilitation and Social Services
  • 1978, GA:  Senate Courts of Justice Committee
  • 1978, GA:  Senate General Laws
  • 1978, GA:  Special Education
  • 1978, GA:  Sterilization
  • 1974-75, National ACLU:  Amnesty Program for War Resisters
  • 1977, 1979, National Board of Directors

 

Boxes 72 - 73

  • 1978-79, National Headquarters:  Communiques (7 folders)

 

Box 73

  • 1978-79, Newsclippings
  • 1979, Women's Rights Reports

 

 (9690-h) Case Files--Virginia and Elsewhere:

Box 73 

  • 1978, Preview of ACLU Cases before Supreme Court
  • 1975, Bowling v. Department of Public Welfare (N. Dist. of Indiana)
  • 1975, Brown v. Allerton:  Temporary Restraining Order form, etc.
  • 1975-76, Bykofsky v. Borough of Middletown (3rd Cir.; Sup. Ct.)
  • 1976, Chavez v. Texas (Sup. Ct.)
  • n.d., Cherry v. Mathews (D.C. Dist. Ct.)
  • 1976, Davis v. Wynne (So. Dist. of Ga.)

 

Box 74

  • 1971, D.C. Family Welfare Rights Organization v. Thompson (D.C. Superior Ct.)
  • 1977, Drummond v. Fulton Co. (5th Cir.)
  • 1975, Gay Alliance of Students v. Matthews:  Depositions (3 folders)
  • 1975, Gay Alliance of Students v. Matthews:  Record, Briefs and Opinion [Inc.] (Dist. Ct.)

 

Box 75

  • 1976, Gay Alliance of Students v. Matthews:  Records and Briefs (4th Cir.)
  • [1978], Hailey v. Dorsey (4th Cir.)
  • 1976-77, Huynh Thi Anh v. Levi (E. Dist. of Mich.; 6th Cir.)
  • 1976, In the Matter of D (U.S. Sup. Ct.)
  • 1976, In re Saunsoci; Saunsoci v. Exon:  Records and Briefs
  • 1976-77, Kruse v. Campbell:  Records and Briefs (2 folders)

 

Box 76

  • n.d., Pauley v. Gross:  Brief Amicus Curiae
  • 1973-75, McGehee v. Lucas (W. Dist. of Va.; 4th Cir.)
  • 1975-77, Mattie v. Holladay (N. Dist. of Miss.)
  • 1978, U.S. v. U.M.W.:  Amicus Curiae Memorandum
  • 1977, Woodrum v. Mullins (N. Dist. W.Va.)

 

Boxes 76 - 77

  • 1970's, Records and Briefs for Various Other Cases Handled by the ACLU [list of cases on the first folder] (9 folders)

 

(9690-h) Migrant Farmworkers Project:

Box 78

  • 1974, Migrant Farmworkers Project (MFP):  Background Information
  • 1977-79, MFP:  Correspondence (3 folders)

 

Box 79

  • 1977, MFP:  Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs, Inc. (2 folders)
  • 1977-79, MFP:  Bonnes v. Long and Other Cases
  • 1977, MFP:  Budget and Financial Reports
  • n.d., MFP:  Current Legislation
  • 1977-79, MFP:  General ACLU Files (3 folders)

 

Box 80

  • 1978-79, MFP:  "Health Law Advocate"
  • n.d., MFP:  Insurance Policy
  • 1976-77, MFP:  Interagency Council
  • 1977-79, MFP:  Lakeside Home Interagency Care Facility, Inc.
  • 1977-78, MFP:  Migrant Legal Action Program, Inc.
  • 1977, 1979, MFP:  Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers' Association
  • 1979, MFP:  New River Community Action, Inc.
  • 1977-79, MFP:  Newsclippings and Press Releases
  • 1979, MFP:  Occupational Safely and Health Review Commission
  • 1977, MFP:  Open House
  • 1976, MFP:  Project Grant Proposal
  • 1978-79, MFP:  Report--Farmworkers' Legal Project Quarterly and Budget Plans
  • n.d., MFP:  Reports of Visits to Camps
  • 1979, MFP:  U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

 

 

 

 

 

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