My Senate Campaign Book, 1968.


Jacobs, Paul, 1918-. My Senate Campaign Book, 1968.

My Senate Campaign Book, 1968.

Photographs, clippings, posters, correspondence and publicity materials relating to his campaign for U.S. Senator from California under the auspices of the Peace and Freedom Party. Includes material on the party's relationship with the Black Panthers.

1 v. ; 39 cm.

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