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Series I. American Civil Liberties Union, Pittsburgh Chapter Correspondence, 1962-1967

Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains internal organizational correspondence primarily related to Kerr’s service as chair of the Pittsburgh chapter of the ACLU. It encompasses a broad range of topics, including fair housing, public school de-segregation, capital punishment, rights of the accused, employee loyalty oaths, censorship, academic freedom, student rights, school prayer, freedom of speech, and the abolition of the U.S. House Committee on Un-American Activities. Also scattered among the correspondence are news clippings, newsletters, financial reports, and meeting minutes.

Box 1
Folder 1-24 Correspondence, 1962-1967