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American Association of University Women Archives, 1881-1976.
Sanford, North Carolina: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1980. 158 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: consult the guide to the collection (LC1551.A553.S64) located in Current Periodicals/Microtext Division, Reference Department, and Cubberley Library.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3056

American Bureau of Industrial research: Manuscript Collections on the Early American Labor Movement, 1862-1908.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, c1985. 12 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
For contents consult: A guide to American Bureau of Industrial Reseach : manuscript collections on the early American labor movement, 1862-1908 (HD8072.S343), located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7814

American Civil Liberties Union Archives: The Roger Baldwin Years, 1917-1950.
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 1996. 293 microfilm reels: ill. ; 35 mm
Contents: Consists of clippings and correspondence, with some printed pamphlets published by outside organizations, collected by the American Civil Liberties Union, and later arranged in scrapbooks by date and subject. The date of any particular subject group may overlap that of other subject groups so that the main numerical arrangement of the volumes is not strictly chronological. For detailed contents consult guide edited by Ben Primer entitled: American Civil Liberties Union archives: the Roger Baldwin Years, 1917-1950: guide to the Scholarly Resources microfilm edition.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15069; GUIDE JC599 .U5 A445 1996

American Immigrant Autobiographies.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, c1989-.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10218

American Women's Diaries: New England.
New Canaan, Conn.: Readex Film Products, 1983. 21 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: Ruth Henshaw Bascom (1789-1846) 3 reels -- Abigail Gardner Drew (1799-1817). Hannah Davis Gale (1837-1838). Louisa Adams Park (1800-1801). Sally Ripley (1799-1801 & 1805-1809). Martha (Patty) Rogers (1785) 1 reel -- Susan E.P.B. Forbes (1841-1908) 11 reels -- Caroline Barrett White (1849-1915) 6 reels.
For contents consult: Guide and index to Women's Diaries (Z6611.W6W85 1984), located in Current Periodicals/Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 4009

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American Women's Diaries: Southern Women

New Canaan, CT: Readex Film Products, 1988.
Contents: K.S. Carney (1859-62), A. Ready (transcript 1860-62) 1 reel -- C. E. Clitherall & Family History (1751-1860) 2 reels -- S.A.G. Crawford (1839-40, 1849, 1853-54) 1 reel -- H. Eaton (1853-64) E.F. LeConte (1864-65) E. Mordecal (1864-65) 1 reel -- M.D.H. Howell (1873) S. Huff (1877-91) M.J. McCreary (1895-96) 1 reel -- J.A.A. Lines (1851, 1855-66, 1871) 1 reel -- E.H. Jackson (1864-65) & (1869-70) & (1864-65) & (1869-81) 5 reels -- S. Dawson (1862-65) H. McLellan (1864-69) 2 reels -- M.E.F. Crawford (1846-81) 1 reel -- E.W.A. Pringle (1861-89, 1890-1905, 1906-13, 1914-20) 4 reels -- G.L. Whittle (1855-61) C.T.W. Greene (1855-73) 1 reel -- C.T.W. Greene (1874-80, 1882-1909, 1909-16) 3 reels -- C.T.W. Greene (1916-23) M.E. Seawell (1900-14) 1 reel -- S.H. Gayle (1827-35) 1 reel -- Z.H. Brandon (1855-71) F.J.B. Robertson (1851-74) 1 reel -- D.S.L. Burge (1847-79) L.D. Burge (1860-61) S.B. Gray (1874) 1 reel -- A.W. Bacot (1860-63) 1 reel -- M.D. Brown (1855-1901) M. Hort (1834-63) 1 reel -- P.B. McKaig (1851-66) 1 reel -- L.M. Holmes Cocke (1816-Dec. 18, 1823; Dec. 20, 1823-1835; 1836-1843) 3 reels -- K. Cumming (1863-1900) 1 reel -- C. Jackson Moore (1894; 1917-1919) 1 reel. Also consult: Guide to American Women's Diaries (CT3260.B43 1988), located in Media/Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10134

American Women's Diaries: Western Women.
New Canaan, CT: Readex, 1991.
Contents: Includes recollections, letters, poems, travel logs, etc. published between 1841-1938. Accompanied by cumulative finding guide (HQ1438.W45 A5 1991, Media Microtext) listing each diarist in alphabetical order and giving title, repository, reel number, and Readex number.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10747

Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching, Papers, 1930-1942

New York: NYT Microfilming Corporation of America, 1983. 8 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: consult user's guide: The Commission on Interracial Cooperation papers, 1919-1944. And, The Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching papers, 1930-1942 (Z1361.N39C65 1984) located in HASRC/Reference (c.1) and Media/Microtext (c.2).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7900

The Association on American Indian Affairs Archives. General and Tribal Files, 1851-1983.
Woodbridge, CT: Primary Source Microfilm, c2004-.
Contents: pt. 1. General files (91 reels) -- pt. 2. Tribal files (106 reels).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM 16407; GUIDE E93 .A87 2004 PT.1&2.

Black Workers in the Era of the Great Migration, 1916-1929.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, c1985. 25 microfilm reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
Contents: consult user's guide Black Workers in the Era of the Great Migration, 1916-1929(Z1361.N39.S36 1985), located in Media/Microtext and Green Library Stack.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7595.

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Caroline H. Dall Papers, 1811-1917.
Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, c1981. 45 microfilm reel; 4 in., 35 mm.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
For contents consult the guide to the microfilm edition (Z6616.D22.M36 1981) located in Media Microtext Division.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3060

The Carter G. Woodson Collection of Negro Papers and Related Documents.
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service, 1977. 10 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
Contents: Microfilm of the manuscript collection in the Library of Congress Manuscript Division, Mss. 17,071. The collection, consisting of approximately 5,000 items, is dated 1803-1936 with the bulk of the material falling in the period 1830-1927; it was assembled by Dr. Woodson and organized by Lloyd A. Dunlap in 1968. Michael J. McElderry reorganized the collection in 1976 and prepared the register (located at the beginning of reel 1).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3884.

Civil Rights During the Kennedy Administration, 1961-1963.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, Inc., l986. 37 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
For contents consult user's guide: Civil Rights During the Kennedy Administration, 1961-1963, by Martin Schipper (JC599.U5S35 1986).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7640.

The Claude A. Barnett Papers: The Associated Negro Press, 1918-1967.
Microfilmed from the holdings of the Chicago Historical Society, project of University Publications of America, Inc.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 4067, REEL INDEX PN4841.A73 M44 (also SSRC PN4841.A73 M44 PT.1-3)

Commission on Interracial Cooperation Papers, 1919-1944.
New York: NYT Microfilming Corporation of America, 1983. 55 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: Print guide to microfilm collection published as: The Commission on Interracial Cooperation Papers, 1919-1944 and the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching Papers, 1930-1942, edited by Mitchell F. Ducey.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 16397

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Diaries of James V. Forrestal, 1944-1949, from the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, Princeton University.
Marlborough, England: Adam Matthew, c2001. 4 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + 1 guide.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15766; GUIDE E813 .F66 2001

The Diary of Henry A. Wallace, January 18, 1935 - September 19, 1946.
Glen Rock, N. J.: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1977. 2 reels; 35 mm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 2239

The East St. Louis Race Riot of 1917.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, c1985. 8 reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
For contents consult: A Guide to the East St. Louis Race Riot of 1917 (F549.E2A3 1985), located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7815

The Emily Howland Papers, 1775-(1841-1929)-1938.
Ithaca, New York: Photo Services of Cornell University, 1975. 15 reels: ports.; 4 in., 35 mm.
Contents: Selections consisting chiefly of correspondence from the Howland collection at Cornell University Libraries, Dept. of Manuscripts and University Archives, divided into three parts, the first being letters to and from Emily Howland, the second letters by Caroline F. Putnam and Sallie Holley, and the third letters from several branches of the Howland and Tallcot families, including a miscellany of bound materials of essays, sermons and verse, both manuscript and printed, related to the collection.
Reel 1 contains the guide to the microfilm publication, with a biography of Emily Howland, published in book form as: The Emily Howland Papers at Cornell University: A Guide to the Microfilm Publication, Patricia H. Gaffney, editor.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3863

Facts on Film.
Nashville: Tennessee Microfilms,40 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: Reproduces the collection of materials on segregation-desegregation assembled by the Southern Education Reporting Service in its library including newspaper clippings, magazine articles, pamphlets, texts of court decisions, hearings texts of legislative acts, literature of pro- and anti-segregation groups, Southern Education Reporting Service publications.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM 371.1

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Fannie Lou Hamer, 1917-1977: Papers, 1966-1978.
New Orleans, La., Amistad Research Center, [1978?]. 17 microfilm reels: ill.; 4 in., 36 mm.
Contents consult: Fannie Lou Hamer 1917-1977, Papers, 1966-1978, (Z1361.N39F35 1978), located in Media/Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7574.

Foreign Relations of the United States. Memoranda of Conversation of the Secretary of State, 1947-1952.
Contents: Certain papers were omitted in whole or in part because of continued sensitivity on national security or privacy grounds.
Location: Law Library (XF 393)

The Gay Rights Movement, 1970-1983.
Woodbridge, CT : Research Publications, 1998. 21 microfilm reels.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15029; GUIDE HQ76.8 .U5 G386 1998

Henry A. Wallace Papers at the University of Iowa, 1888-1966.
Iowa City: University of Iowa Libraries, 1974. 67 reels illus.
Contents: Guide to a Microfilm Edition of the Henry A. Wallace Papers at the University of Iowa (E742.5.W3G8) and The Wallace Papers (E742.5.W3W3).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1288

Herstory: Women's Newsletters, Journals and Newspapers on Microfilm, 1956-.
Wooster, Ohio: Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division, 1972-1976. 90 reels. 35 mm.
Contents: consult the index to the microfilm collection (Z7962.W67) located in the Microtext Room and the Reference Room
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 927

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Immigration: Special Studies, 1969-1982.
Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, c1983. 12 microfilm reels ; 4 in., 35 mm.
Contents: consult user's guide: Immigration, Special Studies, 1969-1982 (JV6455.I45 1983), located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3418.

Immigration: Special Studies, 1982-1985.
Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, c1986. 4 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: consult A Guide to Immigration: Special Studies, 1982-1985 (JV6455.I45 1986), located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10138

Immigration: Special Studies, 1985-1988.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, c1989. 12 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + guide.
Contents: consult A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Immigration, Special Studies, 1985-1988, Supplement.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 10294; GUIDE JV6483 .I5 1969 SUPPL. 1

The Jane Addams Papers, 1860-1960.
Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1984. 82 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: consult user's guide: The Jame Addams Papers (HV28.A35A24), located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3911

Labor, Social Justice and World Affairs: The Papers of David A Morse (1907-1990), Director-General of the International Labour Organisation, 1948-1970, from the Seeley G Mudd Manuscript Library, Princeton University.
Marlborough, England: Adam Matthew Publications, 2001. 3 pts. on 57 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + guide.
Contents: pt. 1. International Labour Organisation files, 1948-1970 (13 reels) -- pt. 2. Subject files, A-Z (21 reels) -- pt. 3. Special subject files, writings and speeches (23 reels).
Summary: Contains correspondence, reports, memoranda, subject files, speeches, articles, and interviews.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15765; GUIDE JZ5200 .M67 2001

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Lee De Forest Papers.
Washington: Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service, 1963. 3 reels; 35 mm.
Contents: Reel 1. Correspondence, 1884-1950.--Reel 2. Diaries, 1891-1900.--Reel 3. Diaries, 1903-1949.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1788

Map Room Messages of President Roosevelt (1939-1945)
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, c1981. 9 microfilm reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
Accompanied by "A Guide to Map room messages of President Roosevelt (1939-1945). The Presidential diaries of Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (1938-1945), edited by Paul Kesaris, guide compiled by Joan Gibson (62 p.)" located in MEDIA-MTXT and SSRC.
*Purchased as a cooerative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3218

M. Carey Thomas Papers.
Woodbridge, Conn.: Research Publications, 1981. 217 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
For contents consult the guide to the collection (Z6616.T514W47) located in Media Microtext Division, Reference Department, and Cubberley Library.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3057

Memoranda of the Secretary of State, 1949-1951; and Meetings and Visits of Foreign Dignitaries, 1949-1952
.
Location: Law Library (XF 430)

The Messages Between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston S. Churchill, 1939-1945, and Related Materials in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library.
Wilton, Conn.: National Micropub.Corp., 1973. 6 reels. ports.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1158

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Microfilm Edition of the Charles Francis Adams II Papers, 1861-1933.
Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1984. 55 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + guide (68 p.; 28 cm.)
Contents: The papers of Charles Francis Adams II (1835-1933) consist of diaries(1861-1915), personal journals, and literary drafts, and delineate his long life and diverse interests. Subjects are: Adams' service in the Civil War, his work with the Massachusetts Railroad Commission, his presidency of the Union Pacific Railroad, his historical writings and long association with the Massachusetts Historical Society, and his efforts in behalf of educational reform and anti-imperialism in the Philippines as a member of the Harvard University Board of Overseers and the Anti-Imperialist League. Other Adams family members are represented in the collection and correspondence as well as correspondence with other prominent individuals of his day. For detailed contents consult: Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Charles Francis Adams II Papers, 1861-1933.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 16469; GUIDE E664 .A19 A3 1984

National Nonpartisan League Papers: Printed Materials Undated and 1910-1928.
St. Paul, Minn.: Division of Archives and Manuscripts, Minnesota Historical Society, 1981. 4 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Contents: Reel 1. Pamphlets: League, pro-League and farmer-labor publications, undated and 1917-1925 -- Reel 2. Pamphlets: anti-League, anti-socialist, and loyalty publications, undated and 1910-1919 -- Reel 3. Pamphlets: anti-League, anti-socialist, and loyalty publications, [192-?]-1924. Government publications, 1917-1928. Legal publications, 1919-1920. Miscellaneous publications, 1924 -- Reel 4. Newspapers, 1917-1920. Books, 1920-1922. Supplement.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7926

Negro Labor Committee Record Group, 1925-1969
Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, Inc., [1995?]. 17 microfilm reels; 35 cm.
The Negro Labor Committee record group consists of the complete non-current office files of the Negro Labor Committee, and those of its predecessors, the Trade Union Committee for Organizing Negro Workers (1925) and the Harlem Labor Committee (1934). Also included in the manuscript collection are the personal files of Frank R. Crosswaith, founder and longtime chairman of the Negro Labor Committee. The Negro Labor Committee was founded in 1935 to develop a program of action calculated to aid the black worker in securing better-paid jobs and to organize unorganized black workers to break down the barriers within the existing labor movement. The Negro Labor Committee also lent its support to establishing the Negro Labor Service which disseminated information on events about or relating to Black labor throughout the country. At its height in the 30's and 40's, the Negro Labor Committee represented over a quarter million workers and was widely acknowledged and respected as the voice of black labor.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14217.

Nuclear weapons, arms control, and the threat of weapons of mass destruction. Eighth supplement, 1996-2001.
Bethesda, MD: LexisNexis, 2002. 14 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + guide.
Contents: consult the Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Nuclear Weapons, Arms Control, and the Threat of Weapons of Mass Destruction. Eighth Supplement, 1996-2001.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15776; GUIDE JX1974.7 .N855 2002

Pamphlets in American History.
Glen Rock, N.J.: Microfilming Corporation of America, [1978-.
Location: Hoover Institution Library, MFICHE, E740.5 .P35 1978

Papers of the American Association for Labor Legislation, 1905-1943
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Glen Rock, NJ: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1974. 71 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + 1 guide (iv, 73 leaves ; 28 cm.).
Contents: Correspondence (reels 1-60) -- Organizational materials (61) -- Research materials (61-70) -- Publications (70-71).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 13048; GUIDE KF1359 .A75 A44.

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The Papers of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945.
Frederick, Md.: University Publications of America, 1986. 20 microfilm reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
For contents consult A Guide to the Papers of Eleanor Roosevelt, 1933-1945 (E807.1.R41 1986), located in Media Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7603

The Papers of Eugene V. Debs, 1834-1945.
Sanford, N. C.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1982. 21 microfilm reels; 4 in., 35mm.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3114

The Papers of Henry Lewis Stimson in the Yale University Library.
New Haven: Yale University Library, Manuscripts and Archives, 1973. 169 reels; 35 mm.
Accompanied by a printed guide, entitled: Guide to a Microfilm edition of the papers of Henry Lewis Stimson (not including the diaries) in the Yale University Library (E748 .S883 S88 1973, Media Microtext).
Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, minutes of meetings, notes on conversations and interviews, special subject files, selected State Dept. documents, and other papers relating to Stimson's interests and activities in a long life of public service, including his New York law practice, his service as U.S. Attorney in New York (1906-1909), Secretary of War under William Howard Taft (1911-1913), Governor-General of the Philippines (1927-1929), Secretary of State under Herbert Hoover (1929-1933), and Secretary of War under Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry Truman (1940-1945).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1164.

The Papers of John Marshall Harlan.
Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1978. 34 microfilm reels ; 4 in., 35 mm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7723.

The Papers of John L. Lewis, 1879-1969.
Madison, WI: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1970. 4 reels; 35 mm.
Contents: consult The Guide to the Microfilm Edition Entitled Papers of John L. Lewis (HD6509.N5x) in Media/Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 864

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The Papers of John Peabody Harrington in the Smithsonian Institution 1907-1957.
Millwood, N.Y.: Kraus International Publications, 1981-
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3050.

Papers of the League of Women Voters, 1918-1974.
Frederick, MD: University Publications of America, 1985-.
Contents: pt. 1. Meetings of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committees : minutes and related documents, 1918-1974 (14 reels) -- pt. 2, ser. A. Transcripts and records of National Conventions, 1919-1944, and of General Councils, 1927-1943 (20 reels) -- pt. 2, ser. B. Transcripts and records of National Conventions, 1946-1974, and of General Councils, 1945-1973 (30 reels) -- pt. 3, ser. A. National office subject files, 1920-1932 (34 reels). For detailed contents consult guide in the Media-Microtext Center under call number JK1881 .L47 1985.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 5000.

The Papers of Louis Dembitz Brandeis, 1856-1941
Louisville: University of Louisville, University Archives & Historical Research Center, 1980. 184 microfilm reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
For contents consult the guide to the microfilm edition (Z6616.B7L68) located in the Reference Room and Current Periodicals/Microtext Division.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3063

The Papers of Mary Jane McLeod Bethune, 1923-1942
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 2359

Papers of the NAACP, project coordinator, Randolph Boehm.
Frederick, Md. : University Publications of America, c1982
Each part accompanied by a printed reel guide, entitled A guide to the microfilm edition of Papers of the NAACP, call no. Z1361.N39 G85 v.1-27 GUIDE, located in Green/Media-Mtxt.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection: MFILM N.S. 3061; MFILM N.S. 10746; MFILM N.S. 14405; MFILM N.S. 14406; MFILM N.S. 14852; MFILM N.S. 14874; MFILM N.S. 15033.

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The Papers of the Pennsylvania Abolitionist Society, 1774-1916 MFilm 985 NO SOCRATES RECORD FOR THE MIROFILM -- ONLY FOR THE GUIDE
A Guide to the Microfilm Publication of The papers of the Pennsylvania Abolition Society at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, prepared by Jeffrey Nordlinger Bumbrey.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Abolition Society (distributed by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania), 1976.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. The material listed in this guide is located at UC Santa Barbara. Stanford users please consult the Interlibrary Loan Division for access.
Location: Green Library, HASRC (Lane Room): Non-circulating, Z1249.S6 B8.

Papers of the Women's Trade Union League and its Principal Leaders, Edward T. James, editor; assistant editors, Robin Miller Jacoby, Nancy Schrom Dye.
Woodbridge, Conn.: Published for the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College by Research Publications, 1981. 131 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
For contents consult the guide to the microfilm editon (HD6079.2.U5P36) located in the Reference Room and Media Microtext Division.
Contents: I. Margaret Dreier Robins papers -- II. National Women's Trade Union League papers (Schlesinger Library) -- III. Mary Anderson papers. -- IV. New York Women's Trade Union League papers -- V. Leonora O'Reilly papers -- VI. Rose Schneiderman papers -- VII. Agnes Nestor papers -- VIII. Mary Kenney O'Sullivan autobiography. Boston Women's Trade Union League collections. Chicago Women's Trade Union League collection -- IX. Women's Trade Union League publications.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3016

The Press Conferences of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1933-1945
Hyde Park, N.Y.: Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 1971. 12 reels; 35 mm.
Index to each reel precedes the volumes.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1044

Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Series A, Subject Correspondence Files.
Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1992-.
Contents: pt. 1. Asian immigration and exclusion, 1906-1913 [30 reels] -- pt. 1, suppl. 1898-1941 [16 reels] -- pt. 2. Mexican Immigration, 1906-1930 [17 reels] -- pt. 3. Ellis Island, 1900-1933 [18 reels] -- pt. 4. European investigations, 1898-1936 [10 reels] -- pt. 5. Prostitution and "White Slavery," 1902-1933 [7 reels] -- pt. 6. Suppression of aliens, 1906-1930 [21 reels]
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 13068 PT.1-6; GUIDE JV6455 .R42 1992 GUIDE PT.1-5

Records of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1954-1970 Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1995.
Accompanied by a printed guide, compiled by Blair D. Hydrick, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of Records of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1954-1970.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 14226; GUIDE parts 1-4 E185.61 .R296 1995

Records of the Women’s Bureau of the Department of Labor, 1918-1965.
Frederick, Md: University Publications of America, c1986.
Contents: pt. 1. Reports of the Director, annual summaries, major conferences, speeches and articles (23 reels)-- pt. 2. Women in World War II. Series A. Unpublished Studies and War Community Surveys. Series B. Subjects and correspondence files on war industries.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
Accompanied by user's guide: Records of the Women's Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor, 1918-1965 (HD6095 .H9 1986, Media-Microtext).
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7806

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Secretary of State's Memoranda of Conversation, November 1952-December 1954.
Continuation of: Memoranda of Conversation of the Secretary of State, 1947-1952.
Location: Law Library (XF 457)

Southern Tenant Farmers' Union Papers, 1934-1970
Glen Rock, N. J.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1971. 66 reels.
Contents: In its zeal to implement New Deal farm programs, the Roosevelt Administration evicted thousands of southern sharecropper families. Incensed, a handful of black and white farmers met in a schoolhouse in Arkansas and formed the Southern Tenant Farmers Union (STFU). This union was to become a powerful force in American labor, and would eventually be a prototype for Cesar Chavez's United Farm Workers of America. The Southern Tenant Farmers Union Papers (also called "The Green Rising") encompass a multitude of issues, movements, and individual histories on microform. A unique feature of this collection is the correspondence from sharecroppers to union officials. Notes scrawled on scraps of paper or penciled on the backs of outdated calendars tell of usurious landlords, sick children, and flood conditions.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 850
The Green Rising, 1910-1977: A Supplement to the Southern Tenants Farmers' Union Papers.
Glen Rock, N. J.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1977. 17 reels; 35 mm.
This supplement to the papers of the STFU features the personal papers and records of four of farm labor's dynamic leaders. The H.L. Mitchell Papers; the Clyde Johnson Papers; the David S. Burgess Papers; and the Thomas H. Gibbons Papers.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 2228

Students for a Democratic Society Papers, 1958-1970 (U.S.)
Glen Rock, NJ: Microfilming Corp. of America, 1978. 41 reels; 35 mm.
Includes the entire SDS manuscript collection at the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, as well as the printed matter at both the State Historical Society of Wisconsin and the Tamiment Library.
Location: Hoover Institution Library, MFILM LA229 S78

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Papers 1959-1972
Sanford, N.C.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1981. 73 microfilm reels: ill.; 35 mm.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
For contents consult the guide to the microfilm edition (E185.61.S92) located in Current Periodicals/Microtext Division and Reference Department.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3045

Terrorism: Special Studies, 1996-2001: Fourth Supplement, edited by Robert E. Lester.
Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c2002. 14 microfilm reels; 35 mm. + guide.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 15866; GUIDE JX1981 .T45 T49 2002

Thomas A. Edison Papers: A Selective Microfilm Edition.
Frederick, Maryland: University Publications of America, 1985.
For contents consult: A Guide to Thomas A. Edison Papers; A Selective Microfilm Edition, pt. 1-3 (Z6616.E3G84), located in Green/MEDIA-MTXT.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 7920

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The Thomas E. Watson Papers.
Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, c1991. 34 reels; 35 mm.+ guide (xxix, 21 p.; 28 cm.)
Includes primarily business and professional papers and correspondence.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 12631; GUIDE E664 .W337 A5 1991.

U.S. Presidential Nominating Conventions
La Crosse, Wisc.: Micro 8 Publications, 1973. 31 leaves; 28 cm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 975

Vietnam: A Documentary Collection. The Records of Westmoreland v. CBS.
New York, N.Y.: Clearwater Publishing Co., 1985. 1010 microfiches; 11 X 15 cm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFICHE 722.

Warren G. Harding Papers.
Columbus, OH: Manuscripts Dept., Ohio Historical Society, 1969. 263 reels. 35 mm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 612

The Washington Gladden Collection.
Columbus: Archives-Library, Ohio Historical Society, 1972. 235 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1067

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The Wisconsin Progressives
State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Division of Archives and Manuscripts; Cambridge [Eng.]; Teaneck, N.J.: Chadwyck-Healey [distributor], 1982.
Collection comprises Richard T. Ely: Correspondence (191 reels); Edward A. Ross: Papers (40 reels); John R. Commons: Papers (24 reels); Charles McCarthey, 1873-1921: Correspondence, 1896, 1899-1931; Charles R. Van Hise, Addresses, Statements, and Correspondence (63 reels).
For contents consult user's guide: The Richard T. Ely Papers (Z6616.E48M54 1986); The Edward A. Ross Papers (Z6616.R767M54 1986); The John R. Commons Papers (Z6616.C745M54 1986); The Charles McCarthey Papers (Z6616.M473M54 1986), The Charles R. Van Hise Papers (LD6102.V36M37 1986) located in Current Periodicals/Microtext.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 4058

Women in/and Health.
Berkeley, Calif.: Women's History Research Center, 1974. 13 reels.
Collection also known as "Women's Health/Mental Health."
Contents: Section 1.Physical and mental health of women.-Section 2.Physical and mental illnesses of women.-Section 3.Biology, women, and the life cycle.-Section 4.Birth control and population control.-Section 5.Sex and sexuality.-Section 6.Black and the Third World women and health.-Section 7.Special issues of mass periodicals relevant to the topics of the microfilm.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1378

Women in/and the Law.
Berkeley, Calif.: Women's History Research Center, 1975-1976. 40 reels.
Collection also known as "Women and law." For contents see Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Women's Law Library of the Women's History Research Center located in the Current Periodicals and Microtexts Room under call number KF477.A2.W64.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 1435

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Papers 1915-1978.
Sanford, North Carolina: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1983. 114 microfilm reels; 4 in., 35 mm.
For contents consult the guide to the microfilm edition (JX1965.W465 1983) located in the Reference Department and Current Periodicals and Microtext Division.
*Purchased as a cooperative acquisition by Stanford and the University of California. University of California users please consult your interlibrary loan department for access.
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 3318

Writers' Program, New York City: Negroes of New York

New York: Scholarly Resources, Inc. 1938-1941;183 nos. in 4 v.
"The Work Projects Administration's Federal Writers' Project sponsored many volumes on social history, including what was to have been the first comprehensive history of New York's black population. The WPA was cancelled before the book could be brought to press, and the promised volume did not appear until 1967. This microfilm publication reproduces the notes gathered for the project, including an enormous amount of material not included in the book. The information is arranged in alphabetical order under such headings as "Characteristics and samples of Negro speech in New York," and "Negro policemen and firemen.""
Location: Green Library, Media Microtext Collection, MFILM N.S. 947

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