Guido H. Marx papers, 1893-1949.

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Marx, Guido H. (Guido Hugo), b. 1871. Guido H. Marx papers, 1893-1949.

Guido H. Marx papers, 1893-1949.

Correspondence, speeches, typed autobiography, reprints, press releases, minutes, pamphlets, clippings, and reports, 1898-1949, pertaining to his academic career at Stanford and his political interests which included repeal of criminal syndicalism laws, labor unions, the Sacco-Vanzetti case, cooperatives, and control of public utilities. Organizations represented include American Association of University Professors, American Civil Liberties Union, American Federation of Teachers, the Pacific Co-operative League, Inc., the National Popular Government League, and the People's Legislative Service. Papers also include his engineering thesis from Cornell, 1893, and correspondence with Upton Sinclair, 1922-23, regarding Sinclair's text on Stanford University that became part of his book GOOSE-STEP.

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