Howard M. Romaine papers, 1926-1974 (bulk 1963-1972).

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Romaine, Howard M., 1942-. Howard M. Romaine papers, 1926-1974 (bulk 1963-1972).

Howard M. Romaine papers, 1926-1974 (bulk 1963-1972).

Papers contain correspondence between Romaine's parents, family members, and family friends, and corespondence, clippings, and printed items concerning Romaine's activities in the civil rights and antiwar movements, the Democratic Party, and the 1968 and 1972 presidential campaigns. Also included are photographs and negatives of friends, associates, and family members and of concerts attended by Romaine. Addresses given by Gunnar Myrdal at various conferences, and articles and papers written by Romaine are also present.

4 linear ft.

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