New York Civil Liberties Union. Suffolk County (N.Y.) Chapter
MC 226

Collection Description

Records, 1966 - 1974
2 cubic ft.
Legal activist organization dedicated to the protection of constitutional rights for United States citizens.
The collection includes minutes, office and clients correspondence, secretary’s and committee files, clippings, agendas, brochures, press releases, flyers, reports, notes, and American Civil Liberties Union publications and artifacts. Some restricted files.

Processed by F.Berenice Baez-Revueltas; online finding aid by Kristen J. Nyitray, November 2006.

Box 1

Minutes and agendas (1966)
Minutes and agendas (1967) (2 folders)
Minutes and agendas (1968)
Minutes and agendas (1969)
Minutes and agendas (1970)
Minutes and agendas (1971) (2 folders)
Minutes and agendas (1972) (2 folders)
Minutes and agendas (1973)
Minutes and agendas (1974)
Minutes, notes

Box 2

ACLU (2 folders)
ACLU: legal docket (July 1972)
ACLU: policy guide (6 folders)

Box 3

ACLU: policy guide (1 folder)
Board of Directors
Correspondence (2 folders)
Elections
"Hoffmann Files (3 folders)
Impeachment
Legislative Memorandums
Assorted documents (1 folder)

Box 4

Assorted documents (2 folders)
Seminar on school curricula (1963)
Supreme Court – Plaintiffs
Teaching the Principles of the Bill of Rights
Treasurer’s Reports
Central New York Chapter (July, 1971 – June, 1972)
Civil Liberties
Civil Liberties in New York

Reference files

Commonwealth Drive
A Contemporary Report
How Classroom Desegregation Will Work
Inhaling, Ingesting, Imbibing, Injecting, Inserting, Incising, etc
The Law Criminal Justice
No Constitutional Amendment
On the Tactics of Police – Prosecution
Reports by Committee Chairpeople
Two Sides to Every Coin
The Stakes Grow Higher
Tension, Change and Liberty
The Use and Misuse of Arrest Records

Newspaper clippings

Box 5
Buttons

I’m Nixon Enemy #248,617,309
Nixon Knew!
De-elect the President