Browne Popular Culture Library

PCL MS-33: William F. Ringle Collection

Introduction | Biographical Sketch | Scope and Content | Restrictions | Series Description | Inventory (Boxes 1-20) | Inventory (Boxes 21-40) | Inventory (Boxes 41-59)

Boxes 41 through 50 contain notecards relating to Ringle's research and teaching on various topics.
They are grouped by the categories which Ringle established as he compiled these bibliographic references.

 Box 41
Series VI: Notecards

Subjects

The notecards in Box 41 are bibliographic references to Ringle's research in aboriginal fish poisons, and ethnobotany and ethnopharmacology of African primates.

Africa:
  • Ethnobotany
  • Fish Poisons
  • Arrow Poisons
  • Primates
  • Medicinal Plants

[See also Series IV, Subseries 1 and 3]

 Box 42
Series VI (con't.)

Subjects

The notecards in Box 42 are bibliographic references for Ringle's teaching and research in "neutral," "ethical," and "value-free" research in the social sciences.

  • Anthropology
  • Ethics
  • Values
  • Relativity

[See also Series IV, Subseries 4]

 Box 43
Series VI (con't.)

Subjects

The notecards in Box 43 are bibliographic references for Ringle's research into various topics, according to Ringle's categories listed below.

  • Theory  - Drugs and culture
  • General  - Social Sciences ("Doomsday" - bibliography?)
  • References: Menaces
  • Menaces
  • Sociological madness: freak out, freaky
  • Sex and dope
  • Masturb. –  Ref.
  • Masturb. - Menace
  • Eugenics
  • Caffeine
  • Tobacco
  • Alcohol
  • Alcohol -Temperance and Prohibition
  • Cocaine
  • PCP (Angel Dust)
  • G. (General ?)
  • Gen. (General?)
  • Period. (Periodicals ?)
  • Catalogs
  • Cookbooks
  • Biographical Sources
  • Biographical References

[See also Series IV, Subseries 4 and Subseries 6]

 Box 44
Series VI (con't.)

Subjects

The notecards contained in Box 44 relate to Ringle's bibliography "Psychedelics and Society" (1971-1973).

  • Trafficking
  • Law and Implications
  • Alternatives (Communal, Intellectual Societies)
  • Techniques and Resources ("For our Alternative Life-style")
  • Creativity
  • African Pot (Marijuana)
  • Counterculture
  • Subculture
  • Bibliography (Movement and counterculture)
  • Periodicals (Movement and counterculture)
  • Movement
  • Literature
  • Underground Press
  • Beats and Bohemians
  • Psychedelia and Hip (Hippies?)
  • Gap (Generation)
  • Youth M-I-D (Education)
  • Folk (Culture)
  • Bikers

[See also Series IV, Subseries 5, 6, 7, 8]

 Box 45
Series VI (con't.)

Subjects

The notecards contained in Box 45 also relate to Ringle's bibliography "Psychedelics and Society," (1971-1973).

  • Religion
  • Mysticism
  • Leary & Co.

[See also Series IV, Subseries 5 and 6]

 Box 46
Series VI (con't.)

Subjects

The notecards contained in Box 46 are not grouped by subjects. They are bibliographic references in alphabetical order and relate primarily to Ringle's research into the counterculture of the 1960s, drugs, medical history, etc.

[See also Series IV, Subseries 5, 6, 7, 8]

 Box 47
Series VI (con't.)

Subjects

The notecards in Box 47 are bibliographic references for Ringle's research in drug culture and cross-cultural ethnopharmacology.

  • Medicine and Drugs
    • Origins and History
    • Medical History and Pharmacology
    • Cross-Cultural Drug Usage, Trade, Sociology, History, Etc.
    • Medical Ecology
    • Botany, Ethnobotany, Horticulture, Cultivation
    • Chemistry
    • Disease, Health, Etc.
    • Science
    • Mesoamerican Folk Medicine, Folk Medicine
    • Chemistry and Pharmacology
    • Ethnopharmacology
    • HHPM, HPMM (Herbs and Mushrooms)

[See also Series IV, Subseries 6]

 Box 48
Series VI (con't.)

Subjects

The notecards in Box 48 are bibliographic references for Ringle's research in Asian Studies, with an emphasis on the Chinese drug trade, particularly opium.

  • Asia:
    • East-West
    • Research (Opium)
    • India
    • India (Opium)
    • Arabs & Persians
    • Chinese Language
    • Chinese authors
    • Chinese Medicine
    • Britain & China (Wars & Trades)
    • Opium (See Research)
    • Twentieth Century Opium Wars
    • Anti-Chinese - General
    • Tea
    • Tobacco
    • Iran
    • Philippines
    • Anti-Opium
    • Opium conferences, laws
  • 2nd group:
    • History (Medicine and Pharmacology)
    • Alchemy
    • Chinese Alchemy
    • Miscellaneous

[See also Series IV, Subseries 6]

 Box 49
Series VI (con't.)

Subjects

The notecards in Box 49 relate to various topics researched by William F. Ringle.

  • 1st group:
    • Rock Music: Books, albums
    • Rock periodicals
    • Miscellaneous
    • Notes

[See also Series VI, Subseries 9]

  • 2nd group:
    • Pulp Media (Comic books, underground comix, etc) [See also Series II, underground comics correspondence]
    • Film, cinema, video
    • Radio
    • Theater, Drama
    • Pop Culture, Mass media
    • Americana: Social Criticism, Folk-Pop Culture, Poverty, Scum, Hunger
  • 3rd group:
    • America (Not by Ringle; by Rebecca [?])
    • Pulled from subject headings like "Narcotic" and "Narcotics Addiction," etc.
    • Arranged by periodical title and by year pre-1960, 1960-1965

[See also Series IV, Subseries 5, 6, 7, 8]

  • 4th group:
    • Government
    • War, Revolution, Aggression, Conflict
    • Vietnam & S.E. Asia
    • Intelligence communications (CIA, MIG, FBI, Spies, Security, Subversives, etc.)
    • Nixon
    • Nixon, Agnew, Watergate
    • Security (Secrecy, Loyalty, Subversives and their "control")
    • Atomic Science and Scientists

[See also Series IV, Subseries 8]

 Box 50
Series VI (con't.)

Subjects

The notecards in Box 50 are bibliographic references for Ringle's research into Black Studies and his bibliography, "Black & the Blues," (1968-1972).

  • 1st group:
    • Blacks
    • Blacks & blues bibliography
    • General bibliography
    • Addenda to general bibliography
    • Current periodicals
    • Bibliography, discography, and references
    • Pop culture process
    • Black talk & black music
    • Addenda to black talk & black music
    • General references
    • Additional materials
  • 2nd group:
    • Music (Sheet, etc.) Collection
    • Libraries with important special collections

[See also Series IV, Subseries 12]

  • 3rd group:
    • Biographies
    • Black pop culture [mostly music]
    • Thesis & dissertations
    • Minstrels
    • Resistance & Reaction
    • Films
    • History and culture (general)
    • Sociology and anthropology
    • Protest and implications
    • Literature – Fiction
    • Histories
    • Lives, Groups, Scences, Times
    • British scene
    • African music
    • Racism

[See also Series IV, Subseries 12]

  • 4th group:
    • American Indians
    • Indians
    • Indians and alcohol
    • Peyote

[See also Series IV, Subseries 14]

The following newspapers include those in the Ringle collection not alternative or underground, various miscellaneous newspapers, portions of incomplete newspaper materials.

 Box 51
Series VII: Printed Materials
Subseries 1: Newspapers
TitleVol/Issue No.Dates
Newspapers
Ames Daily Tribune
Ames, IA
103 (262)5/7/70
103 (263)5/23/70
103 (276)5/23/70
108 (11)7/13/74
Boone County Advocate
Boonsboro, IA
6 (36)9/7/1871
Boone County Pioneer
Boone, IA
54 (119)8/14/22
The Des Moines Register
Des Moines, IA
 5/23/70
4/13/78
The Des Moines Tribune
Des Moines, IA
 5/7/70
5/22/70
3/22/73
5/9/75
Drake Times-Delphic
Drake, IA
88 (53)5/15/70
Iowa State Daily
I.S.U., Ames, IA
98 (62)3/73
98 (77)5/73
98 (78)3/75
98 (94)12/20/68
98 (97)2/20/69
98 (98)2/21/69
99 (20)10/3/69
99 (22)10/7/69
99 (32)10/21/69
99 (144)5/7/70
99 (145)5/8/70
99 (147)5/12/70
99 (151)5/16/70
99 (153)5/20/70
99 (155)5/22/70
99 (156)5/23/70
99 (157)5/27/70
100 (143)5/7/71
101 (16)9/28/71
102 (122)3/23/73
?4/18/73
?10/15/?
Military-Industrial Complex in Iowa  1968?
The Print Mint
Berkeley, CA
 3/71?
The Sunday News Magazine
Detroit, MI
 10/25/70
Western Central Coop News
Ralston, IA
27 (9)July-Aug. 1985
Sections of newspapers
Chicago Daily News
Chicago, IL
Statement during presidential campaign from Nelson A. Rockefeller against Vietnam .
 7/17/68
Chicago Sun-Times
"The Walker Report" Chicago, IL
 12/2/68
The New York Book Review
New York, NY
13 (9)11/20/69
23 (12)7/15/76
23 (13)8/5/76
"Ego" Arts Review n.d.
? [Manson article] n.d.
? New York, NY? n.d.
?[Music  paper of some sort] n.d.
 Box 52
Series VII (con't.)
Subseries 2:Periodicals
TitleVol/Issue No.Dates
100 Flowers 12Winter 1972
Acapulco Gold
(AMORPHIA, The Cannabis Cooperative)
1 (1)April/May 1972
5/17/72
6/19/72
Bark Leaf no.7Summer  1972
Winter 1972-1973
n.d.
Boone Illustrated  Nov. 1976
Changes no.21n.d.
The Elks Magazine 50 (3)Aug. 1971
Head 1 (6)Sept. 1976
1 (8)Nov./Dec. 1976
2 (1)Jan./Feb. 1977
Home Life 25 (10)July 1971
Hydrobiologia Vol.36, no.110/9/70
Mother Jones 1 (3)May 1976
1 (4)June 1976
 Box 53
Series VII: Subseries 2 (con’t.)
TitleVol/Issue No.Dates
Fusion no.72March 1972
no.73April 1972
no.74May 1972
no.75June 1972
no.76July 1972
no.77July 1972
no.78Sept. 1972
no.79Oct. 1972
no.80?Nov. 1972
no.80 (81?)Dec. 1972
no.82Jan. 1973
no.84March 1973
no.85April 1973
no.86May 1973
no.87June 1973
 Box 54
Series VII: Subseries 2 (con't.)
These publications are filed alphabetically by title.
TitleVol/Issue No.Dates
5th Forum
Bowling Green, OH
Bowling Green State University Young Republican Club
Vol. 1, no. 2n.d.
ACT "The RITA's Newsletter" [Resisters Inside The Army]
Western Europe: Paris, France "For American Deserters Against the War in Vietnam "
Vol.1, no.2n.d.
The American Exile in Britain
London, England
Union of American Exiles in Britain [UAEB]
no. 13/5/69
no. 24/16/69
(attached: letter from Frank Aller, et al, UAEB)4/23/69
Breakthrough
Lawrence, KS
Official publication of Interstate Association of Commissions on the Status of Women
v.4, no.42/74
v.4, no.64/74
Breakthrough [N.P]
"Political Journal of Prairie Fire Organizing Committee"
(Marxist-Leninist Publication)
Vol. 1, nos. 3-4 (Double issue)Oct. - Dec. ‘77
Chicago Journalism Review
Chicago, IL
Association of the Working Press
(Contains article on racism in the press)
Vol. 2, no.44/69
Christinas World Im(media)cy Poemworks, by Gerard Malanga 
New York: Poetry on Films, Inc.
[poetry collection]
 1970
Clarity
New York, NY
Committee for Political Studies
"A Bimonthly Newsletter that discusses the Problems of Revolution in the United States "
Vol. 11, no. 3May/June 1969
Vol. II, no. 4Summer 1969
Communitas
Yellowsprings, OH
"A new community journal"
no.17/72
Direct Action
Voluntown, CT
NECNVA (New England Committee for Nonviolent Action)
("for a nonviolent world")
These are addressed to Mike Yokell, New England Free Press, Boston
no. 974/26/69
no. 997/28/69
no. 1009/5/69
no. 10110/6/69
no. 10211/3/69
Drug Dependence
Chevy Chase, MD
Nat'l Inst. Mental Health [Note: from the Hurwood Estate donation to the Browne Popular Culture Library, 5/25/1990]
 July 1969
GAR 26
Austin, TX
[ Austin alternative publication?]
Vol. 4, no. 2Nov/Dec ‘74
i.e. magazine
Orangevale, CA
Ink Art Inc.
Published by the Associated Students of Sacramento State College (literary arts magazine)
Vol.1, no.11/69
Vol.1, no.26/69
In-Between
Dayton, OH
"An independent student publication"
Vol. 1, no. 87/69
Insurgent
San Francisco, CA
The National Magazine of the W.E.B. DuBois Clubs of America
 Jan/Feb 1966
Issues and Actions
New York, NY
Newsletter of Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Vietnam
 5/1/69
6/5/69
Liberator
New York, NY
Afro-American Research Institute
Vol.11, nos. 1 and 2Jan./Feb. 1971
Vol.11, no. 3Mar. 1971
Matador Home News
New York, NY
Home News Co.
(literary publication of poetry and fiction)
 6/70
The McCarthy Advance, Washington, DC
"The Bi-Weekly Newspaper of the McCarthy Movement"
Vol. 1, no. 36/20/68
MEMO
Washington, DC
National Bulletin of Women Strike for Peace
 Fall 1969
N.A.S. (Naked And Screaming)
Boston, MA
Independent student publication from Grahm School
Vol. 1, no. 110/13/69
New Notes of the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
Philadelphia, PA
Vol. 21. no. 5Sep/Oct 1969
 Box 55
Series VII: Subseries 2 (con’t.)
TitleVol/Issue No.Dates
The Cross and the Flag 29 (1)April 1970
New Magazine
Boston, MA: Nimrod Press
(literary/arts magazine, Boston University)
vol. 3, no. 1[Fall] 1969
Newspoems
by Tuli Kupferberg
New York, NY
Free Ranger Tribe and Birth Press
 1971
PRS Journal
Philosophical Research Society, Inc.
26 (3)Winter 1966
The Palimpsest
Published monthly by the State Historical Society of Iowa
17 (5)May 1936
21 (9)Sep. 1940
31 (6)June 1950
38 (2)Feb. 1957
38 (8)Aug. 1957
46 (5)May 1965
Peking Review no.113/14/69
Point of View
Cleveland, OH
Vol. 1, no. 21May 6-11/?
Vol. 1, no. 22May 19-24/?
Quendum
Roslyn Heights, NY
"A Quarterly Compendium of Good News"
Vol. 2, no. 1Summer/Fall 1969
The Radical Teacher
Chicago, IL: New University Conference
 n.d.
The Rap
Chicago, IL
Vol. 1, no.48/69
Vol. 1, no.610/69
The Red Papers
San Francisco, CA
Bay Area Revolutionary Union
(Marxist-Leninist Publication)
2 issuesn.d.
Research Issues 2: Drugs and Sex
Rockville, MD
Nat'l. Institute on Drug Abuse "The Nonmedical Use of Drugs and Sexual Behavior"
[part of a Series of ten publications
Note: from the Hurwood Estate donation to the Browne Popular Culture Library, 5/25/1990]
 Nov. 1974
La Resistance Haitienne Montreal, Canada
(in French)
 6/73
SSRS Newsletter
Bala Cynwyd, PA
Society for Social Responsibility in Science
(Addressed to John P. Case, New England Free Press, Boston, MA)
no. 202Sep. 1969
SWGP News
Southwest Georgia Project, Albany, GA
Vol.3, no.38/1969
Vol. 3, no.59/1969
San Francisco Book Review no.261972
Sane World Quarterly Washington, DC
Published by SANE: A Citizen's Organization for a Sane World
[see also Sane World Newsletters, Box 63]
Vol.12, no.12
(2 copies)
12/73
SANITY NOW!
La Puente, CA
Newsletter #28Sep. 1969
Scanlan’s
New York, NY
"The magazine for the Seventies"
(includes article on commune movement)
1 (3)May 1970
1 (6)Aug. 1970
Science and Society 29 (4)Fall 1965
Science for the People 2 (4)Dec. 1970
Sparticist
New York, NY
"A bimonthly organ of Revolutionary Marxism"
no.13Aug-Sep 1969
Sparticist-West
San Francisco, CA
"Published occasionally by the Bay Area Spartacist League"
no.166/27/69
Student
New York, NY
"Owned, staffed and written by young people"
(national college coverage)
Vol.3, no.412/68
Tenant News
New York, NY
Metropolitan Council on Housing
Vol.7, no.4Mar/Apr 1969
Underground Press Digest 1 (1)Jan. 1971
Veritas 2 (1)Dec. 1968
The Word
El Paso, TX
Organization for Student Rights (OSR)
Vol. 1, no. 2n.d.
 Box 56
Series VII: Subseries 2 (con’t.)
TitleVol/Issue No.Dates
Change
Washington DC
Vol.1, no.6Nov/Dec 1972
East West
(oversize)
66June 1976
Enrage
New York, NY
"An independent high school paper"
no.1May 1969
The Foundation Journal 12n.d.
Free Palestine
Washington DC
Vol.1, no.1Apr/May 1969
Mother [N.P]
"Necessity is the mother of invention"
"Mama's Home Fried Resolutions"
Special Post Thanksgiving Issuen.d.
OPAC Newsletter
Ohio Peace Action Council
Yellow Springs, OH
no.48/4/69
no.59/1/69
Ohio Peace Action News
Columbus, OH
Vol.1, no.7Jun/July 1968
Sundance
San Francisco, CA
Running Dog, Inc.
[alternative to the "rhetorical shallowness of the underground papers"]
(oversize)
Vol.1, no.15/72
The Unity Paper
New Brunswick, NJ
New Jersey Student Union
 [1972]
Up Against
Boston Univ. School of Theology
Issue 89/18/69
West Coast Review of Books 14June 1975
The Westwood Village Square,
Los Angeles, CA
"For and about squares"
Vol.1, no.1Spring 1968
 Box 56 (con't.)
Series VII
Subseries 3: Miscellany
FolderDescriptionDate
1Book chapter
Photocopy: Noble Experiments
[Recipe book for alcoholic drinks]
1930
2Chart
Photocopy: Third Iowa Infantry Volunteers
n.d.
3Booklet
G.A.R. State Encampment
June 5, 6, and 7. 1906. Boone, Iowa.
1906
4Book chapter
Photocopy: The Cola Wars: The Story of the Global Corporate Battle Between the Coca-Cola Company and the Pepsi Co, Inc.
1980
5Handwritten note
"Is Your Wash Clean Clear Through? Or Overproduction and You"
[This sounds like a suicide note. Not by Ringle]
n.d.
6Handwritten research notes by W.F. Ringle
'The Renaissance and the Reformation'
n.d.
7Worksheets and drawings Lisa M.
[no last name; appears to be elementary school work]
n.d.
8Magazine advertisements dealing with weight lossn.d.
9Reprint of journal article
"An Experimental Approach to Superstitious Behavior"
Jan.- Mar. 1962
10Research report
Population Trend. of Incorporated Places in Iowa, 1900-1970
June 1972
11Research report
Iowa's Population: Past, Present, and Future
March 1973
12Research report
Population Projections by Ages and Sex for State and Counties of Iowa, 1975-1990
June 1973
13Newspaper clippings; jokesn.d.
141 magnetic tape of George Lincoln Rockwell
(assassinated leader of the American Nazi Party, "The Voice of Hate")
 
1519 cards with hands making peace symbol 
161 armband reading "Peace" 
171 keychain 
182 "psychedelic" drawings 
191 game-"Drug Addict Springboard to Family Communication: An Informative Game on Drug Abuse" 
The following items were added to the Ringle Collection after its initial receipt.
Materials received from David Gradwohl.
20Photocopy of William F. "Bill" Ringle's obituary from the Anthropology Newsletter (Vol. 26, no. 1)
promotional brochure, Anthropology Dept., Iowa State University includes photos of Ringle
Jan. 1985
photograph of W.F. Ringle. and D. Gradwohl1970
21Caveat: A Newsletter from the Institute of Drug Misuse.
New York, NY
Institute For The Study Of Drug Misuse, Inc.
Vol. 2: no.7July 1914
Special Drug Suppl. no. 3July 1914
22Pamphlets (Peace Symbol):
"The Peace Symbol" The Mark of the Traitor
Independence, MO
n.d.
Gospel Tract Society, Inc., [7 pages] The Truth About Those Peace Symbols
Independence, MO
[1970?]
Gospel Tract Society, Inc., [4 pages] The Peace Symbol -"The Broken Cross"
Pasadena, CA
[1968?]
The Network of Patriotic Letter Writers, [2 pages] 
 Box 57
Series VII (con't.)
Subseries 4: Catalogs
TitleVol/Issue No.Date
National Information Center  [1970?]
The Town Squire  n.d.
United Front Press Winter1972-1973
Western Trading PostFall/Winter1984-85

 Box 58

Items in Box 58 consist of shelf list cards and photocopies of shelf list cards.

The following newspaper was transferred from the William F. Ringle Collection to the Browne Popular Culture Library's Underground and Alternative Press Collection.
 Series VII (con’t.)
Subseries 5: Transfers - Newspapers
The Black Panther
Black Community News Service, based in San Francisco, CA
Vol/IssueDateVol/IssueDate
2 (23)2/17/694 (5)1/3/70
2 (25)3/9/694 (8) (7?)1/24/70
3 (2)5/4/694 (8)1/31/70
3 (4)5/19/694 (9)2/7/70
3 (7)6/7/694 (10)2/17/70
3 (8)6/14/694 (13)2/28/70
3 (9)6/21/694 (14)3/71/70
3 (10)6/28/694 (15)3/15/70
3 (11)7/5/694 (16)3/21/70
3 (13)7/19/694 (17)3/28/70
3 (14)7/26/694 (18)4/6/70
3 (14) (15?)8/2/694 (18) (19?)4/11/70
3 (16)8/9/694 (20)4/18/70
3 (17)8/16/694 (21)4/25/70
3 (18)3/23/694 (22)5/2/70
3 (19)8/30/694 (22) (23?)5/9/70
3 (20)9/6/694 (24)5/19/70
3 (21)9/13/694 (25 & 26)5/31/70
3 (22)9/20/694 (27)6/6/70
3 (23)9/27/694 (28)6/13/70
3 (24)10/4/694 (29)6/20/70
3 (25)10/11/694 (30)6/27/70
3 (27)10/25/695 (1)7/4/70
3 (28)11/1/695 (1?)7/11/70
3 (29)11/15/695 (2)7/18/70
3 (32)11/29/695 (3)7/25/70
4 (1)12/16/695 (4)8/1/70
4 (2)12/13/695 (6)8/8/70
4 (4)12/27/69  

Series VII (con't.)
Subseries 5: Transfers - Magazines

The following serials have been transferred from the William F. Ringle Collection to the Browne Popular Culture Library’s Periodical Collection

Title & Vol./Issue no.

  • The Alternative Journalism Review - 9 (3)
  • Alternatives - no.2
  • The Amorphia Report (a newsletter for the members of AMORPHIA, the non-profit national cannabis cooperative devoted to drug research, education, and legal reform) – 1 (1), 1 (3), 2 (1), 2 (2), 2 (3)
  • Back to Godhead - no.45, 46
  • Capsules (The Student Association for the Study of Hallucinogens, Inc. [S.T.A.S.H.]) – 2 (4), 2 (5), 3 (1), 3 (2)
  • CoEvolution Quarterly (Supplement to the Whole Earth Catalog) – Summer, Fall, Winter of 1974; Fall, Spring, Summer of 1975; Summer 1976, Fall 1978, Spring 1979
  • Communities ("a journal of cooperative living", Louisa, VA) – nos. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 20, 22, 45, 61, 66
  • Edcentric ("a journal of educational change", Eugene, OR) – nos.26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 33, 36, 37, 39
  • Female Liberation Newsletter - nos.5, 7, 16, 17, 23, 27, 30, 31
  • High Times - no.1 (Premiere issue—Collector’s edition), no.3 (Collectors issue), nos.4, 5, 6, 7 (Special Collector’s Issue), 8, 9, 12, 14, 15, 43, 45, 48, 53
  • Intellectual Digest - 2 (2)
  • Journal of Psychedelic Drugs – nos.11, 12, 21, 22, 31, 32, 41, 42
  • The Leaflet (publication of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws [N.O.R.M.L.]) – 1 (2), 1 (3), 1 (4), 1 (5), 1 (6), 2 (1), 2 (2), 2 (3), 2 (4), 3 (1), 3 (3)
  • Liberty Letter – nos. 7, 141, 144, 145, 151
  • Lifestyle -  nos. 2, 4, 5, 6
  • Marijuana Review – nos. 12, 13, 14 (photocopied), 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
  • National Lampoon
  • No More Teacher’s Dirty Looks (Bay Area Radical Teachers’ Organizing Collective, San Francisco, CA) – 2 (3), 3 (1), 3 (2), special issue
  • Other Scenes - 4 (8), 4 (9), 5 (2)
  • Osawatomie - nos. 1, 3, 4
  • Oz ("only" independent magazine in Australia, Sydney, BW Australia) – nos. 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, ?, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 35
  • Psychedelic Review - nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11
  • Rags – Dummy copy 1970, Sept. 1970, Oct. 1970, Dec. 1970, Feb. 1971, March 1971, April 1971
  • Ramparts - 5 (7), 5 (9), 6 (3) - 7 (11) [incomplete], A Muckracker’s Guide to 1968 and Other Horrors (Special Collector’s Edition, 1968?), 7 (12), 7 (13), 8 (1), 8 (2), 8 (3), 8 (4), 8 (5), 8 (6), 8 (7), 8 8), 8 (9), 8 (11), 9 (1), 9 (6), 9 (9)
  • Rush - 1 (2), 1 (3)
  • S.O.S., U.S.A., Ship of State (Newspaper against communism - Salem, MA) – nos. 158, 159, 162
  • SPEED (The Current index to the Drug Abuse Literature [A publication of S.T.A.S.H.]) – 1 (19), 1 (20), 1 (21), 1 (22), 1 (24), 2 (1), 2 (2), 2 (3), 2 (4), 2 (5), 2 (6), 2 (7), 2 (8), 2 (9), 2 (10), 2 (11), 2 (12), 2 (13), 2 (14), 2 (15), 2 (16), 2 (17), 2 (18), 2 (19), 2 (20), 2 (22)
  • Sane World (A newsletter of Action on Disarmament and the Peace Race, Washington, DC) – 10 (1), 10 (4), 10 (6), 10 (7), 10 (8), 10 (9), 10 (10), 10 (11), 10 (12), 11 (2), 11 (3), 11 (5), 11 (7), 11 (8-9), 11 (10), 11 (11), 11 (12), 12 (1), 12 (2), 12 (4), 12 (5), 12 (6), 12 (7-8), 12 (9), 12 (10-11), 13 (1)
  • Something else ! (Radical Education Project; "Formerly Radicals in the Professions Newsletter", Ann Arbor, MI) – 2 (2), 2 (3), 2 (4), 2 (5), 2 (6), 3 (1)
  • Trail Tales (Boone County Historical Society) - nos. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34
  • The Truth Seeker – 96 (1), 96 (2), 97 (10), 97 (11), 97 (12), 98 (1), 98 (2), 98 (3), 98 (4), 98 (5), 98 (6), 98 (7), 98 (8), 98 (9), 98 (10), 98 (11), 98 (12), 99 (1), 99 (2)
  • TV Star Parade
  • Vocations for Social Change ( Hayward, CA) – Oct. 1968, Mar. 1969, July/Aug. 1969
  • White Power (Ohio White Nationalist Party, Toledo, OH; changed to "Official Newsletter of the American White Nationalist Party," National Headquarters, Toledo, OH with Vol.1, no.7) – 1 (1), 1 (2), 1 (3), 1 (4), 1 (5), 1 (6), 1 (7), 1 (8), 1 (9), 1 (10), 1 (11), 1 (12)
  • White Power (American White Nationalist Party, Columbus, OH; National headquarters were temporarily moved to Columbus while John and Ed Gerhardt faced charges of creating a disturbance under the safe school ordinance at Woodward High School, Toledo, OH) – 2 (1), 2 (2), 2 (4)

[see also the Alternative/Underground Press Collection for national publication]

The following serials have been transferred from the William F. Ringle Collection to the Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives, 3rd Floor, Jerome Library.

Title, Vol./Issue No.

Series VII (con't.)
Subseries 5: Transfers - Comic Books

The following comic books have been transferred from the William F. Ringle Collection to the Browne Popular Culture Library's Comic Book Collection, Undergrounds and Generals.

Title, Vol./Issue No.

 Box 59
Series VIII: Miscellaneous Items
FolderDescriptionDate
Booklets, pamphlets
1Booklet
What is Wrong With Long Hair
(Waterloo, Ontario?)
A-B-C Printing-Kitchener, 11 pages.
[1966]
Pamphlet
You are Not Alone
St. Louis, MO
American Rationalist Federation, 8 pages
n.d.
Bowling Green State University material:
2Broadsides
Over Population Means Over Regulation n.d.
Young Americans For Freedom, BGSU Chaptern.d.
Help Yippie and Vote April 30-May 7 n.d.
Confrontation at Kent State
a film by Kent Students, Middle Class Youth II/Yippie!
n.d.
Rally announcement
April 15 National Moratorium Day to End the War n.d.
Scheduled workshop listing
William's Hall stepsn.d.
Announcement
"Let’s Work Together" BG Chapter of the Ohio Peace Action Committee (OPAC)5/31/70
Fact sheets
ROTC and the New University n.d.
ECO Facts [1969?]
Your Rights During Arrest n.d.
Berkley, CA material:
3Broadsides:
Romeo and Juliet
by People’s Park Defense Fund and the New Shakespeare Co.
n.d.
Wanted: Hip Cops
The Better Berkeley Council, Berkeley: Offset Printing, 1 page.
1969
Fact sheet
Dangerous
by "local anarchists and communists"
Berkeley, CA
8/30/68
Rally announcements
" Chicago Solidarity Street Rally" 
Ad Hoc Committee for THIS Street Rally, Inc.
1968
Flyer
"Friday Nights Free Food N Berkeley Street Community (2 copies)1968
Testimonial
by Joanna E. Atlee, Scientology Berkeley11/18/69
Announcement
"Venceremos! Community Solidarity Rally" Berkeley2/12/[?]
Boston University/Boston area material
4Meeting announcement
Cyanamid Strike, Boston University SDS [Students for a Democratic Society]1969
Fact sheet
GE Strikers, Boston University SDS1969
Forum announcement
"Youth Demands Social Change: How About You?"
Young Adult Group of the Ethical Society of Boston
5/16/[?]
From Louis Kampf, RESIST Newsletter Cambridge, MA4/15/69
Fact sheet
Projects funded, RESIST1969
Draft Resistance/Vietnam War material
5Registration form
"YWCA Electric University Draft Information Conference"
Worcester, Mass.
9/29/[6?]
Membership Form
"People's Peace Treaty/Trees for Vietnam Campaign" Jewish Campaign for the People's Peace Treaty, Washington, DCn.d.
Form letter
From Carol Lipman, Student Mobilization Committee (SMC) to End the War in Vietnam
New York, NY
5/14/69
Announcement
"Statement: the Boston Eight"[11/70?]
Leaflet
"Hang Up On War!" Grindstone Press, War Resister's League, New York, NY[1966?]
Broadsides
"Resist the Draft"
San Francisco Resistance Liberation Press
11/14/[?]
"Hell No, I Won't Go!" phonorecord release, Liberation Bookstore, Harlem, NYn.d.
Letter
From Velia Lopez, Love 'N Peace Records [n.p.]n.d.
Broadsides
"No Moratorium Here!" political cartoon [n.p.]n.d.
"They're the Reason We're in Vietnam "
by the National Student Committee for Victory in Vietnam , St. Louis, MO
n.d.
cover with [ Vietnam ?] flag emblem, U.S. Committee to Aid to the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam, NYn.d.
Students for a Democratic Society SDS material
6Vietnam Study Guide and Annotated Bibliography
by Steven J. Rosenthal
Chicago Students for a Democratic Society
blank sheet with letterhead for SDS, NY Region
9/19/65
New England Committee For Nonviolent Action (NECNVA) material
7Typed article:
"Haymarket: Violence Destroys a Movement" by Bradford Lyttle, CNVA, New York, NY
9/16/65
From Bradford Lyttle, et al, NECNVA, Voluntown, CT9/28/68
Newsletter
NECNVA
Portsmouth, NH
3/19/69
Flyer
NEPAC (New England-Portsmouth Action Council)6/23/69
Newsletters
NEPAC/NECNVA, Portsmouth, NH[6/1969]
NECNVA
Portsmouth, NH
[1969?]
Letters and reports
"[NE]CNVA Mailing List"
Voluntown, CT  
n.d.
Friends of the International Independence Institute Voluntown, CT6/1969
New Left Movement/Radicalism material
8Conference announcement
Northeast Region of MDS, ( Albany, NY?)5/8/69
Lecture announcement
Death Agony of the New Left
New York City Spartacist League
[ New York, NY?]
8/22/69
Fact sheet
Free All Political Prisoners
National Committee to Combat Fascism [n.p]
[1969?]
Leaflet
Genovese Looks at American Left
reprinted from issue of National Guardian
New York, NY
2/19/66
Newsreel Catalog, no.4
Boston Regional Office
3/1969
Book order form
New England Free Press, Boston, MAn.d.
Miscellaneous form letters, broadsides, flyers, etc.
9From Jeffrey Liebling,
GRA (Government Research and Analysis)
Washington, DC
7/1969
University [?] flyer:
There is Another Way… [P.S.R.?], [n.p.]
n.d.
Broadside:
"Wanted for Murder" [n.p.]
n.d.
Newsletter update: Nigeria/Biafra
A Quaker Action Group, Philadelphia, PA
7/25/69
Information sheet:
The New Alchemy
("Saul-Paul Sirag, Rights Reserved Alternative Features Service")
[1970?]
Typewritten articles
10"More on the Myth of Russian Socialism" by William Z. Miller and William A. Pritchard, [n.p.]3/30/69
"For a Socialist Case" by W.A. Pritchardn.d.
Glide Foundation material
11Sermon:
"A Call For Marchers, Dancers, Dreamers"
Rev. Lloyd K. Waker
Glide Memorial United Methodist Church
San Francisco, CA
9/29/68
Statement of purpose:
"Glide Foundation" (2 copies)
[19681]
"Other Scenes" syndicated articles, New York, NY
12"Save the Thumb"
"Selective Service System"
"Declaring…" all by John Wilcock
4th month
June/2
Flyer for The Autobiography and Sex Life of Andy Warhol by John Wilcock, Other Scenesn.d.
Material sent to B. McCallum, Head, Browne Popular Culture Library, from Jon Eric, The Magic Minority, Kea'au, Hawaii
13Announcement:
Woodstock
8/1989
Two membership forms:
The Earth Concert
[1989]
Poetry sheet of poems by Jon Ericn.d.
information sheet:
"Twelve Fruits of Healing Nations" by Jon Eric
n.d.
Southern Conference Educational Fund SCEF material
14Newsletter:
News from Southern Conference Educational Fund, Louisville, KY
5/27/69
Fact sheet on Walter Collins, Joe Mulloy, SCEF
Louisville, KY
[1970?]
Free School course catalog, New York, NY1967
15The Free School of Survival and Consciousness
course catalog
Sponsored by Alternative Education Research, Inc., L.B., New York
n.d.
16Midpeninsula Free University course catalog
Menlo Park, CA
[see also Box 64, The Free You]
Fall 1968
17Informational material packet about New Robin Learning Community, New York
"A non-profit, non-accredited, drop-out staffed, group-dynamic-oriented community" [organized by the New World School, Robin Hool Relearning Co., and Centers for Change, Inc]
11/1/69
18Informational material packet:
Student Organizations
(3 copies)
[contains information on high school revolutionary student organizations in the New York City area, distributed by Y.S.A.? Headquarters]
[1968]
19Leaflet:
"Marijuana For Sale"
artificial marijuana plants, Cannabis Sativa order form, Cannabis Sativa, Inc.
Laguna Beach, CA
n.d. 1969
Booklets
20Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions About Drug Abuse
A Federal Source Book distributed by the National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information, operated by the National Institute of Mental Health Chevy Chase, MD: U.S. Govt. Printing Office
30 pages
1970
Drug Abuse: Game Without Winners
"A Basic Handbook for Commanders"
Armed Forces Information Service, Dept. of Defense Washington, DC: U.S. Govt. Printing Office. 71 pages
1975
21White Paper on Drug Abuse
"A Report to the President from the Domestic Council Drug Abuse Task Force" Washington, DC: U.S. Govt. Printing Office
116 pages
Sept. 1975
Statistics on Narcotic Drugs for 1974
International Narcotics Control Board, Geneva
"Furnished by Governments in accordance with the International Treaties and Maximum Levels of Opium Stocks" United Nations Publ.
92 pages
Nov. 1975
22Monograph:
The Vietcong Strategy of Terror
by Douglas Pike
"prepared by Douglas Pike for the U.S. Mission, Viet-Nam." Saigon, Viet-Nam. 126 pages
Feb. 1970
23Material found inside monograph in Folder 22
News article:
"Double Standard on the Vietnam War" by Joseph Alsop
4/17/71
letter from "Wally", Saigon, to "Family and Friends"5/11/71
letter from "Wally", Saigon, to "Ben"5/11/71
press releases (3): "Roundup of Terrorist Activities"
National Press Center Releases 98-B5/4/71
National Press Center Releases 101-B5/6/71
National Press Center Releases 102-B5/7/71
Note: Folders 20-23 from the Hurwood Estate donation to the Browne Popular Culture Library, 5/25/1990
24Booklet: 
Love versus Luv
by Taylor Caldwell
New York, NY
Twin Circle Publishing Co., 17 pages
1968
25Move speak, A Catalog of the. Movement Speakers Bureau. New York, NY
by Don Lewis, Joyce Plecha, Sharon Krebs
n.d.
26Booklet:
Fire Arms and Self-Defense, A Handbook for Radicals, Revolutionaries, and Easy Riders
Produced by the International Liberation School with Red Mt. Tribe.
Dec. 1969
May 1970
(second printing)
27"Washington May Go"
Information on the May Offensive
Published by the Red Engine Collective, Washington, DC
n.d.

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