MS – 036: Radical Pamphlets, 1965 – 1975
(26 boxes, 6.79 cubic feet)
Inclusive Dates: 1965-1975
Processed by: Christine M. Ameduri, April 2002
This collection was created by Nancy C. Hodges Scott during her tenure as a librarian at Gettysburg College between 1960 and 1985.
Nancy C. Hodges Scott served in several librarian capacities during her tenure at Schmucker Memorial Library and Musselman Library between 1960 and 1985. She earned both her B.A. and M.L.S. degrees from the University of Pittsburgh.
This collection is divided into two Series. Series I: Radical Pamphlets, and Series II: Peace Movement.
Scope and Content Notes:
Series I consists of pamphlets on broad topics such as labor, communism, ecology, poverty, racism and women’s rights. Series II consists of pamphlets, papers, newspaper clippings and correspondence dealing with the Vietnam Conflict and Peace Movement in the United States compiled by David Mozes, a friend of Scott, Nancy and Jim Scott, and Michael J. Hobor, Class of 1969.
This collection complements the Stephen H. Warner Collection.
Pamphlet series headings are as librarian Nancy Scott labeled them.