A Guide to the Papers of Christopher B. Martin, 1968-1970 Martin, Christopher B., Papers of 9430-e

A Guide to the Papers of Christopher B. Martin, 1968-1970

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Accession Number 9430-e


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Special Collections, University of Virginia Library
Accession number
Papers of Christopher B. Martin, 1968-1970
Physical Characteristics
Collection contains seventeen items.

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

Papers of Christopher B. Martin, 1968-1970, Accession #9430-e , Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

This social movements material was given to the Library on August 11, 1988 by Christopher B. Martin of Charlottesville, Virginia.

Scope and Content Information

This collection of seventeen items, 1968-1970, concerning the Students for a Democratic Society, was compiled by Christopher B. Martin. Included are mimeographs, pamphlets, broadsides, and other printed material concerned with Eugene J. McCarthy, the war in Southeast Asia and the withdrawal of American troops from Vietnam, black liberation, and gay liberation. There is related material of the Black Panther Party and the National Petition Committee. Items related to McCarthy include a reprint, August 19, 1969, of "An Open Letter to McCarthy Supporters" from New Left Notes,and a letter, August 11, 1969, from McCarthy to Martin thanking him for his letter of support and expressing his intentions of staying in politics.