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House Unamerican Activities Committee (HUAC) Collection

Pamphlets collected by HUAC, many of which the committee deemed "un-American." (4,000 pamphlets).

Paul Crouch (standing, right)... From the Prints and Photographs Division

In 1982 Congress transferred to the Library the pamphlet files of the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), which consisted of some 4,000 items covering a wide range of topics: labor, communism, fascism, and neocolonialism were addressed by major figures in American communism and socialism. The publications in the collection are most extensive for the study of the American left. Complementing the huac materials is the Radical Pamphlet Collection, which is especially strong in materials on American communism, socialism, and anarchism from 1879 to 1980. ther Essays, as well as correspondence from Goldman to friends after her 1919 deportation from the United States.

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