Larry Rubin Papers, 1960-1977

Summary Information

Title: Larry Rubin Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1960-1977

  • Rubin, Larry, 1942-
Call Number: Mss 565; Tape 895A

Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes), and 5 tape recordings

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Papers and tapes, 1960-1971, 1977, of Larry Rubin, a former Antioch College student who was active in civil rights work in Georgia, Mississippi, and Washington, D.C., and who served as educational affairs director of the National Student Association prior to the 1967 disclosure of the CIA's covert funding of NSA international operations. The collection primarily consists of Rubin's collected files of leaflets; reports of activities, some written by him in journal form; notes, affidavits, correspondence, and articles. The papers illustrate his work in southwest Georgia and Mississippi with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the Council of Federated Organizations, with the Southeast Neighborhood House in Washington, D.C., as a student, and regarding his trip to Cuba. Five tape recordings concern a race relations meeting, probably held at Antioch College; CBS news coverage of the 1963 March on Washington; a report on a discrimination case in Yellow Springs, Ohio; and the plight of persons assisted by the Southeast Neighborhood House. The entire collection was loaned for copying.

Language: English

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