Robb Burlage Papers, 1956-1973

Summary Information

Title: Robb Burlage Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1956-1973

  • Burlage, Robb, 1937-
Call Number: Mss 359

Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes)

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Papers of Robb Burlage, a civil rights activist, prominent member of the Students for a Democratic Society, and resident fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies. The collection has been alphabetically arranged as a subject file, consisting of Burlage's correspondence, some with fellow activists Rennie Davis, Todd Gitlin and Nanci Hollander, and Dick and Mickey Flacks; research notes and drafts for several articles, a textbook, and other writings; reference material collected by Burlage, primarily concerning the South; and other items. Also included are copies of pamphlets Burlage wrote for SDS distribution, his papers from the Port Huron convention, his college class notes and term papers, and news clippings.


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Language: English

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