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Collection Description

Scope Note

The Library received an unsolicited donation from Mrs. Mary Hendrix of Oak Park, California. We do not know any of the history of this material. It appears it was being given to a “Pat” from a fellow conservative unknown woman. Handwritten notes on the material indicate they shared an interest in fighting communism and conservative causes of the early 1960s.

The material touches on many continuing conservative themes – the creeping socialization of America and its subsequent loss of liberty, the superiority of the capitalist system, public education, and the need to retain American Christian values. But the overriding concern in the material is the deadly earnest fight against communism and the communist threat of world domination.

The material consists of books, magazines, newsletters, newspaper articles, magazine articles, notes, pamphlets, broadsheets and other ephemera. The books and Life Magazines have been incorporated within our book collection. See our book catalog for these items or browse through the research room shelves. The remainder of the material has been incorporated within this collection of ephemera. The material does not contain any direct Reagan material.

The material is arranged in alphabetical order by author, title or organization and is housed in one box.

Last Updated: 03/05/2021 05:29PM

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