Arthur W. Kramer sound recording collection: 1958-1965
Summary Information
Title: Arthur W. Kramer sound recording collection
Creator: Kramer, Arthur W., 1906-1998
Inclusive dates: 1958-1965
Extent: 2 linear feet
Extent: 129 GB (online)
Abstract:
Tape recordings of speeches by conservative and anti-communist lecturers.
Call number: 2009039 Aa 2
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
e-mail: bentley.ref@umich.edu
Home Page: http://www.bentley.umich.edu/
Finding aid created by Leonard A. Coombs, 2009

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The collection was received in 2008 from the Labadie Collection of the University of Michigan Library (donor 1180).

Access Restrictions:

The collection is open to research.

The collection contains audio tapes from which digital copies have been made. Source tapes are for staff use only. Audio files are only available in the Bentley Historical Library reading room on designated Bentley Library computers.

To protect fragile audiovisual recordings (such as audio cassettes, film reels, and VHS tapes), the Bentley Historical Library has a policy of converting them to digital formats by a professional vendor whenever a researcher requests access. For more information, please see: http://bentley.umich.edu/research/duplication/.

Copyright:

Copyright is not held by the Regents of the University of Michigan. Patrons are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials.

Alternate Format:

Digitization: The Library has undertaken the digitization of a number of sound recordings within this collection. The resulting audio files are available for playback only in the Bentley Library Reading Room. Links to item images and additional information are available within this finding aid. Original sound recordings are only available for staff use.

Preferred Citation:

[item], folder, box, Arthur W. Kramer sound recording collection, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


Biography

Arthur W. Kramer (1906-1998) was an Ypsilanti, Michigan, police officer. Beyond this, nothing is known about the origin of the collection.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The collection contains tape recordings (7" and some 5" reels) of speeches by conservative and anti-communist lecturers. Most of the tapes are dated, and are arranged by year.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • Anti-communist movements -- United States.
  • Anti-communist movements -- Michigan.
  • Sound recordings.
  • Anderson, Tom, 1910-
  • Arens, Richard.
  • Bouscaren, Anthony Trawick.
  • Brown, Julia Clarice.
  • Bundy, Edgar C.
  • Burke, Albert E.
  • Davidow, Larry.
  • Decatur, Catherine.
  • Dodd, Bella V., 1904-1969.
  • Dodd, Thomas J. (Thomas Joseph), 1907-1971.
  • Dunker, Stephen.
  • Edwards, William J.
  • Fagon, Myron.
  • Friedman, Benjamin.
  • Greene, Janet.
  • Hallinan, Vincent.
  • Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972.
  • Hunter, Edward, 1902-1978.
  • Ingram, H. Robert.
  • Judd, Walter Henry, 1898-1994.
  • Kershner, Howard Eldred, 1891-1990.
  • Koch, Fred C.
  • Lesinski, T. John.
  • Lewis, Fulton, 1903-1966.
  • Mandel, William M.
  • Mayer, William E., 1923-
  • McIntire, Carl, 1906-2002.
  • Millin, Leslie.
  • Morris, Robert.
  • Noble, John F.
  • Philbrick, Herbert A. (Herbert Arthur), 1915-1993.
  • Pittman, Carter.
  • Prussion, Karl.
  • Rousselot, John H.
  • Schlafly, Fred.
  • Schlafly, Phyllis.
  • Siegrist, Bob.
  • Schwarz, Fred, 1913-
  • Skousen, Cleon.
  • Sluis, Jost.
  • Stone, Willis E. (Willis Emerson), 1899-
  • Strube, William P.
  • Thurmond, Strom, 1902-2003.
  • Vaus, Jim.
  • Ward, Chester Charles.
  • Wheeler, Basil.
  • Wilkinson, Frank, 1914-2006.
Contents List
Request materials for use in the Bentley Library
Container / Location Title
 
Dated tapes [series] [Digitized audio files are only available in the Bentley Historical Library reading room on designated Bentley Library computers.]
 
1958
Box   1  
Bouscaren/Dunker.

(Tape 1)

 
Side A: "Brainwashing Experiences," Father Stephen Dunker, St. Louis, Mo., March 1958.
 
Side B: "Soviet Foreign Policy," Anthony Bouscaren, Milwaukee, Wis. February 1960
Box   1  
Dunker/Noble.

(Tape 2)

 
Side A: "Prisoner of the Reds for 9 1/2 Years," John F. Noble.
 
Side B: "Brainwashing," Father Stephen Dunker, St. Louis, Mo. March 1958
 
1959
Box   1  
Arens, Richard

(Tape 3)

 
Side A: "The Web of Communist Subversion," Richard Arens, Milwaukee, Wis., February 1960.
 
Side B: "Communist Infiltration," Richard Arens, Indianapolis, Ind. October 1959
Box   1  
Dunker/Philbrick.

(Tape 4)

 
Side A: Excerpts, Father Dunker, Rev. Leslie Millin, Richard Arens, Wm. Strube, October 1959.
 
Side B: "Cybernetic Warfare," Herbert Philbr ick
Box   1  
Philbrick/Ward.

(Tape 5)

 
Side A: "Cybernetic Warfare," Herbert Philbrick, St. Louis, Mo., 1959.
 
Side B: "National Suicide by International Agreement," Admiral Chester Ward, Miami, Fla. June 15, 1961
Box   1  
Schlafly/Schwarz.

(Tape 6)

 
Side A: "Is Communism Constitutional," Fred Schlafly, Indianapolis, Ind., September 29, 1959.
Box   1  
Side B: "Morals and Motives of Communism," Fred Schwarz
 
Skousen, Cleon

(Tape 7)

 
Side A: "The Naked Communist," Cleon Skousen, October 1959.
 
Side B: "Communism in Education," Cleon Skousen October 1959
Box   1  
Willis E. Stone; “The Abolition of Income Taxes”, “The Proposed 23rd Amendment” 1959 October 21 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-8-1])
(“The Abolition of Income Taxes” and “The Proposed 23rd Amendment,” Willis E. Stone, introduction by Orville Sherwood, Grosse Pointe, Michigan.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-8-2])
(“The Abolition of Income Taxes” and “The Proposed 23rd Amendment,” Willis E. Stone, introduction by Orville Sherwood, Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Conclusion of the lecture began on the first side.) (mp3 file) [access item]
 
1960
Box   1  
Anderson lecture, Detroit, Michigan; Herbert Philbrick, “Communist Brainwashing and Cybernetics,” Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1960 November 16 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-9-1])
(Tom Anderson lecturing on the subject of federal aid and freedom, cautioning against increased government involvement in society.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-9-2])
(Herbert Philbrick, Author and Lecturer, Rye Beach, New Hampshire. Former counterspy for the F.B.I., author of "I Led Three Lives," which has been dramatized on television.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
Philbrick/Schlafly.

(Tape 10)

 
Side A: "Communist Subversion of Youth," Herbert Philbrick, February 1960.
 
Side B: "Communist Fronts and Captive Organizations," Fred Schlafly February 1960
Box   1  
Schlafly/Siegrist.

(Tape 11)

 
Side A: "Communism in the News," Bob Siegrist of WLS, Milwaukee, Wis., February 9, 1960.
 
Side B: "Is Communism Constitutional," Fred Schlafly, Milwaukee, Wis. February 9, 1960
 
1961
Box   1  
FBI counterspy Julia Brown; Cleon Skousen, Annual meeting of Michigan Farm Bureau 1961 November 08, 1964 April 24 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-12-1])
(Julia Brown introduced by Jim Downes. Topics discussed include the relationship between the Civil Rights Movement and Communism.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-12-2])
(Cleon Skousen, author of "The Naked Communist" speaking on fears of Communism.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
Strom Thurmond, Flint, Michigan; “Red Infiltration of National Council of Churches,” Edgar Bundy 1961 December, 1961 October (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-13-1])
(Strom Thurmond anti-Communist speeches in Flint Michigan.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-13-2])
(Edgar Bundy discussing the possibility of Communist involvement of the National Council of Churches.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
“Counterattack,” Bella Dodd; first and second talk, question and answer session 1961 September 01 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-14-1])
(Bella Dodd discussing fears of a coming of a World Government run by the United Nations.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-14-2])
(At Counterattack Freedom School, Bella Dodd speaking on peril of the United Nations and Communism, Education and Communism.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
“Communism in Education,” Bella Dodd; “Communism and Youth,” Herbert Philbrick with Ronald Reagan, George Putnam, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Pat Boone 1961 August, 1961 September 01 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-15-1])
(Bella Dodd discussing fears of a coming of a World Government run by the United Nations. Identical to SR-14-1.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-15-2])
(Various speakers and actors discussing the fear of Communism infiltrators in the United States.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
“Brainwashing,” Fred Schwarz and Father Stephen Dunker; “Communist Infiltration of Education,” Bella Dodd, Detroit, Michigan [Undated], 1961 September 01 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-16-1])
(Fred Schwarz discussing Pavlov's dogs and the implications of brainwashing in Communist infiltration.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-16-2])
(Bella Dodd discussing fears of a coming of a World Government run by the United Nations. Identical to SR-14-1.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
Benjamin Freedman, Washington, D.C.; Rev. McKenzie, Staffin, Rood, Detroit, Michigan 1961, 1962 January 27 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-17-1])
(Benjamin Friedman on Anti-Zionism, Anti-Communism, decrying Kennedy and Zionist organizations.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-17-2])
(Multiple speakers on faith and anti-Communism.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
Cleon Skousen, Annual meeting of Michigan Farm Bureau, East Lansing, Michigan; “Communist Takeover of America,” Howard Kershner 1961 November 08 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-18-1])
(Kellogg Center, East Lansing Michigan. Speech by Cleon Skousen, anti-Communist activist and author of "The Naked Communist.") [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-18-2])
(Howard Kershner from Kansas and member of Herbert Hoover's "Committee Food For Small Democracies.") (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
Schlafly/Wheeler. American Freedom Seminar, January 22, 1961.

(Tape 19)

 
Side A: "Communist War InSide America, Mrs. J. F. Schlafly, Jr.
 
Side B: Basil Wheeler
Box   1  
Schwarz/Ward.

(Tape 20)

 
Side A: "An Answer to Critics of the Film 'Operation Abolition,'" Fred Schwarz, Miami, Fla., June 15, 1961.
 
Side B: "National Suicide by International Agreement," Admiral Chester Ward, Miami, Fla. June 15, 1961
 
1962
Box   1  
Anderson/Mandel/Schwarz.

(Tape 21)

 
Side A: Tom Anderson.
 
Side B: Debate, Fred Schwarz and William Mandel, University of California Berkeley February 26, 1962
Box   1  
“Probe,” Albert E. Burke; Captain Eddie; Detroit, Michigan; Cleon Skousen, Atlantic City, New Jersey 1962, 1964 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-22-1])
("The Invisible Warrior" discussing Russian Communist and Guerrilla attempts at taking over America.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-22-2])
(Cleon Skousen giving a speech entitled "Retreat Means Defeat" on Communist infiltration of America.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
Dodd/Dunker.

(Tape 23)

 
Side A: "Communism, Students and Labor," Bella Dodd, Omaha, Neb., May 10, 1962.
 
Side B: "Brainwashing Experiences in China," Stephen Dunker, St. Louis, Mo.
Box   1  
Dodd/Schwarz.

(Tape 24)

 
Side A: "Inside the Communist Party," Bella Dodd, Seattle, Wash., February 12, 1962.
 
Side B: "How to Debate with Communists and Fellow Travelers," Fred Schwarz, Honolulu, Hawaii, February 2, 1962.
Box   1  
Hoover. J. Edgar Hoover address to American Legion National Convention October 9, 1962

(Tape 24)

Box   1  
Radio talks by Carl McIntire; J. Edgar Hoover 1962 October 09, 1962 October 24-27 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-26-1])
(Carl McIntire, editor of the "Christian Beacon" newsletter and pastor. Speaking out against new evangelicalism and against Communism, broadcast from New Jersey.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-26-2])
(Continuation of Carl McIntire radio program. McIntire discussing fears of Nikita Khrushchev's campaign to take over the world. Tape says J. Edgar Hoover, but only Carl McIntire is heard.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
“Brainwashing the Ultimate Weapon,” William E, Mayer; Karl Prussion, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1963 October 10 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-27-1])
(Major William E. Mayer, Army Psychiatrist who studied Korean War Prisoners who were captured by the Chinese.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-27-2])
(Karl Prussion at the Michigan League discussing Communist infiltration of the Michigan Daily.) (mp3 file) [access item]
 
Carl McIntire
Box   1  
April 16 and 17 1962

(Tape 28)

Box   1  
April 24 and 25 1962

(Tape 29)

Box   1  
April 30 and May 1, 1962

(Tape 30)

Box   1  
May 2 and 3 1962

(Tape 31)

Box   1  
“I was a Slave in Russia,” John Noble, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Fred Schwarz-Vincent Hallinan debate, San Francisco, California 1963 January 05, 1963 September 15 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-32-1])
(John Noble speaking on his experiences in the Soviet Union.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-32-2])
(Hallinan, described as an "independent liberal, with strong left-wing tendencies" and Schwarz, "a religious conservative" debating their perspectives on Communism.) (mp3 file) [access item]
 
1963
Box   1  
Morris/Schwarz.

(Tape 33)

 
Side A: "Communist Threat from Within and Without," Robert Morris, Sacramento, Calif., June 5, 1963.
 
Side B: "Principles and Techniques of Anti-Communist Action," Fred Schwarz June 7, 1963
Box   1  
Karl Prussion, Detroit, Michigan; Karl Prussion, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1963 October 06, 1963 October 10 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-33-1])
(Tape includes speech from Robert Morris speaking on Anti-Communism. Content is not Karl Prussion.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-33-2])
("Conquest by Progressive Surrender" discussing Communist infiltration of the United States. Cannot verify content is Karl Prussion.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   1  
Sound track of film shown by Frank Wilkinson; lecture “Abolish the HUAC,” Frank Wilkinson. Side B: question and answer period after lecture, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1963 March 01 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-35-1])
(Tape reel is labeled H. Robert Ingram of Texas with program entitled the "World Under God's Law") [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-35-2])
(Tape reel is labeled H. Robert Ingram of Texas with program entitled the "World Under God's Law") (mp3 file) [access item]
 
1964
Box   2  
“American Opinion Interviews,” Ann Arbor, Michigan 1964 March 01 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-36-1])
(Two unknown speakers during an interview. Discussing multiple subjects on youth and citizen-government interaction. One speaker is difficult to hear.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-36-2])
(Two unknown speakers during an interview. Discussing multiple subjects on youth and citizen-government interaction. One speaker is difficult to hear.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   2  
Brown. “Communism vs. Civil Rights,” Julia Brown, Detroit, Michigan 1964 April 24 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-37-1])
(Introduced by Jim Downes, Julia Brown discussing the relationship between Communism and the Civil Rights Movement.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-37-2])
(Cleon Skousen giving a speech entitled "Retreat Means Defeat" on Communist infiltration of America. Duplicate of SR-22-2.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   2  
Julia Brown; Larry Davidow 1964 April 24 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-38-1])
(Introduced by Jim Downes, Julia Brown discussing the relationship between Communism and the Civil Rights Movement. Duplicate of SR-36-1.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-38-2])
(Address decrying the Civil Right's bill and the problems of Communist infiltration.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   2  
Why I am a Conservative, Larry Davidow, Ann Arbor, Michigan; Rousselot on Civil Rights 1964 May 21 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-39-1])
(Larry Davidow talking about Communist infiltration in Labor Unions in the United States.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-39-2])
(Larry Davidow talking about Communist infiltration in Labor Unions in the United States.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   2  
Decatur. Statement by Catherine Decatur March 1, 1964

(Tape 40)

Box   2  
Flint Rally, Herbert Philbrick, Fred Schwarz, Janet Greene 1964 November 08 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-41-1])
(Speeches by Herbert Philbrick, Fred Schwarz, and Janet Greene on their anti-Communist efforts.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-41-2])
(Speeches by Herbert Philbrick, Fred Schwarz, and Janet Greene on their anti-Communist efforts.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   2  
Detroit Rally; “Communist Plan for Conquest of the USA,” Fred Schwarz; Detroit Rally; “Communism and the FBI,” Herbert Philbrick 1964 July 28 (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-42-1])
(Fred Schwarz and Herbert Philbrick speeches on Anti-Communist efforts in Detroit.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-42-2])
(Fred Schwarz and Herbert Philbrick speeches on Anti-Communist efforts in Detroit.) (mp3 file) [access item]
 
1965
Box   2  
Lewis. Fulton Lewis Jr. March 31 and April 1, 1965

(Tape 43)

 
Tapes Undated [series] [Digitized audio files are only available in the Bentley Historical Library reading room on designated Bentley Library computers.]
Box   2  
"Christie and Fr. John"

(Tape 44)

Box   2  
Mayor Christopher (2 tapes)

(Tape 45)

Box   2  
Dodd/Judd/Philbrick.

(Tape 46)

 
Side A: "Internal Security," Thomas Dodd; "Effective Foreign Policy," Walter Judd.
 
Side B: "Communism and Youth," Herbert Philbrick with Ronald Reagan, George Putnam, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Pat Boone
Box   2  
Drakeford/Ingram.

(Tape 47)

 
Side A: Robert Ingram.
 
Side B: Dr. Drakeford, 2 speeches
Box   2  
Lieutenant Governor T. John Lesinski, William J. Edwards [Undated] (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-48-1])
(Speech by Lt. Governor T. John Lesinski, Jr. of Michigan at the Counterattack Freedom School on anti-Communist efforts in the United States) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-48-2])
(William J. Edwards at the Counterattack Freedom School on anti-Communist efforts in the United States) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   2  
Fagon. Myron Fagon (3 tapes)

(Tape 49)

Box   2  
Hunter/Roberts.

(Tape 50)

 
Side A: Major Roberts.
 
Side B: "I Am Only One Person, What Can I Do," Edward Hunter
Box   2  
Koch/Skousen.

(Tape 51)

 
Side A: Fred Koch.

(CD copy included)

 
Side B: "Communism, Psychiatry and Crime," Cleon Skousen

(CD copy included)

Box   2  
Mayer/Prussion. Karl Prussion; "Brainwashing the Ultimate Weapon," William E. Mayer

(Tape 52)

Box   2  
Mayer/Sluis.

(Tape 53)

 
Side A: "Brainwashing the Ultimate Weapon," William E. Mayer.
 
Side B: "Communist Economic Warfare," Jost Sluis
Box   2  
McIntire/Skousen.

(Tape 54)

 
Side A: Carl McIntire.
 
Side B: Cleon Skousen.
Box   2  
Millin.

(Tape 55)

 
Side A: "How the Reds Take Over," Leslie Millin.
 
Side B: "Brainwashing Experiences," Leslie Millin(3 copies)
Box   2  
John Noble; Jim Vaus [Undated] (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-56-1])
(Side A: John Noble Detroit lecture on Anti-Communism efforts.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-56-2])
(Side B: Speech by Jim Vaus, wiretapper for Mickey Cohen gang.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   2  
John Noble; Jim Vaus [Undated] (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-57-1])
(Side A: John Noble Detroit lecture on Anti-Communism efforts. Speech is entitled "I Was A Slave In Russia." Tape is identical to SR-56.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-57-2])
(Side B: Speech by Jim Vaus, wiretapper for Mickey Cohen gang. Speech is titled “My Experience in Organized Crime, and Why I Quit. Tape is identical to SR-56.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   2  
Noble/Vaus.

(Tape 58)

 
Side A: "I Was a Slave in Russia," John Noble, Detroit, Mich.
 
Side B: "My Experience in Organized Crime, and Why I Quit," Jim Vaus
 
Oliver/Pittman.

(Tape 58)

 
Side A: Carter Pittman.
 
Side B: Dr. Oliver
Box   2  
Herbert Philbrick; Fred Schwarz. Flint Rally [Undated] (Audio Reel-to-Reel, 7 inch)
  Online  
[Part 1] ([2009039-SR-59-1])
(Side A: “Communism and Youth,” Herbert Philbrick speech on Anti-Communism.) [access item]
  Online  
[Part 2] ([2009039-SR-59-2])
(Side B; “Extremism, Fascism and Communism,” Fred Schwarz on anti-Communism efforts.) (mp3 file) [access item]
Box   2  
Prussion. "In a Communist Cell," Karl Prussion

(Tape 60)

Box   2  
Schwarz. Radio series, 13 short talks on communism by Fred Schwarz

(Tape 61)

Box   2  
Skousen. Cleon Skousen

(Tape 62)

Box   2  
Unlabeled

(Tape 63)