Leaflets (printed works)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Letters, documents, leaflets, clippings created by the National Committee to Aid Victims of German Fascism in New York in 1933. Organized by Workers International Relief in 1933 following the accession to power of Adolf Hitler in Germany, its aim was to mobilize the free world and raise funds to save people being persecuted by the Nazis.
This small collection consists of documents produced by the Society of California Pioneers in support of election activities. The Society of California Pioneers established in 18590 in San Francisco, and was dedicated to the study and enjoyment of the art, history, and culture of California.
This small collection consists of 10 documents produced during the mid 1970s by the Student Struggle for Soviety Jewry, an organization based in New York City that was the first American organization created to help free Russian Jews.