New York Civil Liberties Union. Suffolk County (New York) Chapter Collection
Suffolk County Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union
Gift of the Suffolk County Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union in 1975,
Extent, Scope, and Content Note
2 cubic ft.
Chapter of the legal activist organization dedicated to the protection of constitutional
rights for United States citizens.
The collection includes minutes, correspondence, secretary and committee files, clippings,
agendas, brochures, press releases, flyers, reports, notes, and American Civil Liberties
Union publications and artifacts.
Arrangement and Processing Note
Finding aid updated and revised by Kristen J. Nyitray in April 2020.
Restrictions on Access
Some restricted files. Contact department for more information.
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Stony Brook University Libraries' consent to access as the physical owner of the collection
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New York Civil Liberties Union. Suffolk County (New York) Chapter Collection, Special Collections and University Archives, Stony Brook University Libraries.
Civil rights -- New York (State) -- Suffolk County.
Long Island (N.Y.) -- Societies, etc.
New York (State) -- Long Island.
New York (State) -- Suffolk County.
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)
ACLU (2 folders)
ACLU: legal docket (July 1972)
ACLU: policy guide (6 folders)
ACLU: policy guide (1 folder)
Board of Directors
Correspondence (2 folders)
"Hoffmann" files (3 folders)
Assorted documents (1 folder)
Assorted documents (2 folders)
Seminar on school curricula (1963)
Supreme Court -plaintiffs
Teaching the Principles of the Bill of Rights
Central New York Chapter (July, 1971 – June, 1972)
Civil Liberties in New York
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
I’m Nixon Enemy #248,617,309
De-elect the President