Venceremos Brigade Research Collection 1953-1994


Venceremos Brigade Research Collection 1953-1994

The bulk of this collection consists of reference files on a variety of subjects. These are not the organizational files of the Venceremos Brigade, they are the reference files of the Chicago Chapter. They include photocopies of magazine and journal articles, newspaper articles, pamphlets, position papers, and flyers. No organizational files or any information about specific members are included.

42.2 linear feet.




SNAC Resource ID: 7964792

DePaul University Library

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