STEVENS, RICHARD L.
Richard L. Stevens papers, 1964-1969

Emory University

Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Atlanta, GA 30322

404-727-6887

rose.library@emory.edu

Permanent link: http://pid.emory.edu/ark:/25593/8zx83


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Stevens, Richard L.
Title: Richard L. Stevens papers, 1964-1969
Call Number:Manuscript Collection No. 520
Extent: 12.25 linear ft. (25 boxes)
Abstract:Papers of Richard Lee Stevens, an activist in the movements of the 1960s, who lived in Atlanta during that turbulent decade.
Language:Materials entirely in English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted access.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

Source

Unknown.

Citation

[after identification of item(s)], Richard L. Stevens papers, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.


Collection Description

Biographical Note

Richard Lee Stevens, activist and educator, originally from Miami Springs, Florida, lived in Atlanta, Georgia, during the 1960s. He was a student at the Georgia Institute of Technology and active in the peace, civil rights, and student movements in Atlanta and the South, and in 1965, was project director, Southern Student Human Relations Project, U.S. National Student Association. In 1970, Stevens was a faculty member at the New Experimental College in Thy, Denmark.

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of the papers of Richard Lee Stevens from 1964-1969. The papers include subject files, printed materials, and mimeographed proceedings and speeches. Subject file materials include pamphlets, clippings, news bulletins, periodicals, and handbills related to the social concerns of the 1960s, including the peace, civil rights, and war on poverty movements.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.


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Container List

Box Folder Content
1 1 Academic Freedom
1 2 ADA (Americans for Democratic Action)
1 3 Africa and Africa Today
1 4 Africa Today
1 5 Agriculture
1 6 Alabama
1 7 Altus (Georgia-Students for a Democratic Society)
1 8 American Enterprise Institute
1 9 American Friends Service Committee
1 10 Americana
1 11 Americans for Reappraisal of Far Eastern Policy (ARFEP)
2 1 Appalachia
2 2 Arkansas
2 3 Art
2 4 Asia
2 5 Atlanta Civil Rights
2 6 Atlanta Council on HR
2 7 Atlanta Newspapers, Inc.
2 8 Atlanta Workshop in Nonviolence (WIN)
2 9 Atlantic Community
2 10 Berkeley
2 11 Better Schools Atlanta
2 12 Black Nationalism
2 13 Black Power
2 14 Books
2 15 Broadcasting and Television
2 16 Bureaucracy
2 17 Business
3 1 California
3 2 Canada
3 3 Capital punishment
3 4 CARE
3 5 Catholics
3 6 CCCO News notes
3 7 Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
3 8 Central Intelligence Agency
3 9 Cerge
3 10 China
4 1 Church
4 2 Citizen Excange Groups
4 3 Civil Defense
4 4 Civil Disobedience
4 5 Civil Liberties (ACLU)
4 6 Civil Rights
4 7 Civil Rights
4 8 Civil Rights Act of 1964
4 9 Civil Rights Bill of 1963
4 10 Civil Rights, CQ Book
5 1 Civil Rights, Church
5 2 Civil Rights in the press
5 3 Civil Rights, letters
5 4 Civil Rights, North
5 5 Civil Rights, politics
5 6 Civil Rights, students
5 7 Civilization
5 8 Colleges and universities
5 9 Committee for Non-Violent Action
5 10 Communism
5 11 Community action
6 1 Community living
6 2 Conference information
6 3 Congress
6 4 Conscientious Objectors (CCCO)
6 5 Conservatism
6 6 Consumers of Abundance
6 7 Congress of Racial Equality (James Farmer
6 8 Council for a Livable World
6 9 Creative Playthings Catalogue
6 10 Crime
6 11 Criminal Justice
6 12 Cuba
6 13 Culture (New Culture, etc.)
6 14 Current Events
6 15 Cybernation
7 1 Dance
7 2 Democratic Party of Georgia
7 3 Democrats
7 4 Desegregation
7 5 Dialogue
7 6 Dominican Republic
7 7 Draft
7 8 Eastern Europe
7 9 Economics
7 10 Economics IM201
7 11 Economics of the Negro
7 12 Economic Opportunities Act
7 13 Economic Opportunities Act
8 1 Education
8 2 Education
8 3 Elections
8 4 Employment Discrimination
8 5 England
8 6 Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity
8 7 ERAP (Students for a Democratic Society)
8 8 Europe
9 1 Far East
9 2 Federal government
9 3 Feiffer cartoons
9 4 Fellowship of Reconciliation
9 5 Firearms
9 6 Florida
9 7 Food production
9 8 Foreign affairs
9 9 Foreign policy association
9 10 Foreign politics
9 11 Foreign service list
9 12 Fortune Directory
9 13 France (and Algeria)
9 14 Free Student
9 15 Friends Committee on National Legislation
9 16 Futurist
9 17 Ghana
9 18 Georgia: Albany
9 19 Georgia: Brunswick
9 20 Georgia: Council on Human Relations
10 1 Georgia: Council on Human Relations
10 2 Georgia: General Libraries
10 3 GSHR
10 4 Georgia Students for H.R.
10 5 Geriatrics
10 5 Germany (Unification)
10 7 Goldwater
10 8 Government
10 9 Greece
10 10 Harlem
10 11 Highlander
10 12 Hospitals: Health facilities
10 13 Housing
10 14 Housing
11 1 HUAC
11 2 Humanism
11 3 Human Relations
11 4 Bibliography in Human Relations
11 5 Humphrey, Hubert H.
11 6 I.F. Stone's Weekly
11 7 Immigration
11 8 India
11 9 Israel
11 10 Japan
11 11 Jewery
11 12 Johnson, Lyndon Baines
11 13 Julian Bond Controversy
11 14 Juvenile Delinquency
11 15 Kennedy
11 16 Kentucky
11 17 Kiplinger Washington letter
11 18 Koinonia Farm
11 19 Labor Unions
11 20 Law and Lawyers
11 21 Liberalism
11 22 Liberation
12 1 L.I.D. (Michael Harrington)
12 2 Literature
12 3 Louisiana
12 4 McCarthy
12 5 Mackay, James A.
12 6 Maddox, Lester
12 7 Management
12 8 Maps
12 9 Mass PAX
12 10 Medicine
12 11 Memphis, Tennessee
12 12 Metropolitan Atlanta Summit Leadership Congress, Inc.
12 13 Middle East
12 14 Migrant
12 15 Military
12 16 Minority groups
13 1 Mississippi
13 2 MFDP
13 3 Montessori
13 4 Music
13 5 NAACP
13 6 NAIRO
13 7 National Conference of Christians and Jews
13 8 National Coordinating Committee to end the War in Vietnam
13 9 National Geographic Society
13 10 National Guardian
14 1 NSA
14 2 NSA, educational travel
15 1 National Teach-in, Teach in information
15 2 NATO
15 3 Natural Resources
15 4 Negro
15 5 Negro
15 6 "New America"
15 7 New Left politics
15 8 Newspapers and the press
15 9 New Orleans Movement for a Democratic Society
15 10 New Politics Party
15 11 New University Conference
15 12 New York
15 13 Non-violence
16 1 North Carolina
16 2 Northern Student Movement
16 3 Nuclear Armament
16 4 Nudism
16 5 Opposition Political Information
16 6 Peace: Articles
16 7 Peace Corps
16 8 Peace Information
16 9 Petal Paper (P.D. East)
17 1 Philosophy and philosophers
17 2 Planned Parenthood
17 3 Poetry
17 4 Police
17 5 Political Information
17 6 Political prisoners (amnesty)
17 7 Political background
17 8 Politics: Democratic party
17 9 Politics: Left
17 10 Politics: People
17 11 Pornography
17 12 Poverty
17 13 Prejudice
17 14 Presidency
17 15 Quaker House (Friends)
18 5 Race
18 6 Radical Education Project
18 7 Radicals in the Professions (Students for A Democratic Society)
18 8 Radicals in the Professions
18 9 Radical Right
18 10 Reapportionment
18 11 Republicans
18 12 Republicans
18 13 Religious or church information
18 14 Rhodesia
18 15 Russia
18 16 SANE
18 17 SCEF
18 18 School Desegregation
19 1 Southern Christian Leadership Conference
19 2 Students for A Democratic Society
19 3 Students for A Democratic Society
19 4 Students for A Democratic Society
19 5 Students for A Democratic Society, 1968-1969
19 6 Students for a Democratic Society Bulletin
19 7 Senate on Vietnam
19 8 Social Change
19 9 Social Service
19 10 Socialist Labor Party
19 11 Socialist Party
19 12 Sociology
19 13 Songs of the Movement
20 1 The South
20 2 South Africa
20 3 South America
20 4 South Carolina
20 5 Southern Courier
20 6 Southern Courier
20 7 Southern Education (SER)
20 8 Southern History
20 9 Southern Justice
20 10 Southern Patriot, 1964
20 11 Southern Patriot, 1965-1966
20 12 Southern Patriot, 1967-1968
20 13 Southern Patriot, 1969
21 1 Southern Regional Council
21 2 Southern Student Organizing Committee
21 3 Southern Student Organizing Committee
21 4 Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1967
21 5 Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1968
21 6 Spain
21 7 Spartacist
21 8 Student civil rights
22 1 Student Left
22 2 Students
22 3 Students
22 4 Supreme Court
22 5 Technology and the Labor Market
22 6 TIME essays
22 7 Tutorial projects (see also NSA)
22 8 Unemployment
22 9 Unions
22 10 Unitarian Church
22 11 United States government
22 12 United Nations
23 1 University reform
23 2 Upland Institute
23 3 Urban affairs
23 4 Urban areas
23 5 Vietnam
23 6 Vietnam, background
23 7 Vietnam, opposition
23 8 Vietnam, opposition
23 9 Vietnam, solution
23 10 Vietnam, United States government
23 11 VISTA
24 1 Virginia, civil rights
24 2 The Voice (Student Non Violent Coordinating Committee)
24 3 Voter registration
24 4 VR act
24 5 Walden Two
24 6 War Resisters League
24 7 Washington D.C.
24 8 Waskow, Arthur I.: IPS (police)
24 9 Water pollution
24 10 Weltner, Charles L.
24 11 Wff'n proof
24 12 Women
24 13 Woodlawn Association
24 14 World affairs
24 15 Worldview (Council on Religion and International Affairs)
24 16 Miscellaneous
25 1 Miscellaneous
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