New Leader records, 1895-2008 (bulk dates, 1924-2006).


New Leader records, 1895-2008 (bulk dates, 1924-2006).

These records consist of correspondence, artwork, subject files, business records, and meeting minutes. The collection also includes the entire print run of the magazine, from 1924 until 2006. It features business letters between editors and contributing authors. Artwork used in The New Leader is organized by subject, or artist. The subject files touch on various topics, including the journal's interactions with other liberal-socialist groups, as well as its contacts with government agencies. Business and administrative records, as well as meeting minutes, detail the inner workings of the publication.

180 linear ft. (103 document boxes, 75 custom boxes, 23 oversize boxes, 18 record cartons, 6 card files)








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