The Papers of Arthur I. Schulman Concerning the Virginia ACLU
This collection contains correspondence, minutes of meetings and directories of the ACLU in Charlottesville, Virginia, 1969-1972.
|1.7 Cubic Feet (4 archival boxes)|
Scope & Contents
Arthur I. Schulman, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University, was one of the organizers of the American Civil Liberties Union in Charlottesville. He began to recruit members in 1966, and on November 17th, at the Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, the Charlottesville chapter was formed at a public meeting. Schulman became chairman of the Virginia Chapter in 1969.
This four-box collection consists of correspondence, minutes of meetings, and directories that Mr. Schulman in his capacity of secretary, and later chairman, accumulated between 1969 and 1972. The papers document the work of the members and some of the issues that concerned them during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Schulman donated these to the Law Library in January 1995.
Biographical / Historical
Arthur I. Schulman, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University, was one of the organizers of the American Civil Liberties Union in Charlottesville. Schulman became chairman of the Virginia Chapter in 1969.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This collection was donated to the Law Library by Schulman in January of 1995.