Jennifer Stiller Conspiracy Trial Papers (1969-1970)
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Title: Jennifer Stiller Conspiracy Trial Papers
Creator: Stiller, Jennifer A. Creator: Kunstler, William M. (William Moses), 1919-1995
Inclusive dates: 1969-1970
Extent: .5 Linear Feet (One manuscript box)
Abstract:
Materials related to the trial known variously as the Chicago Seven/Eight Trial or the Conspiracy Trial, which took place in Chicago between 1969 and 1970, gathered by Jenny Stiller. Stiller, at the time a Michigan Daily reporter, attended the trial and took detailed notes. After the close of the trial she interviewed members of the media and wrote a book called "The Movement" based partially on these interviews. The bulk of the collection is Stiller's own writing, including her notebooks and unpublished manuscript. Collection includes six notepads, the book manuscript, Stiller's press passes, and a statement from attorney William Kunstler.
Call number: ams053
Language: The material is in English.
Repository: University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Research Center), Joseph A. Labadie Collection