Fifth Estate Records (1967-2016, bulk 1982-1999)
Summary Information
Title: Fifth Estate Records
Creator: Fifth Estate
Inclusive dates: 1967-2016
Bulk dates: 1982-1999
Extent: 17 Linear Feet (34 manuscript boxes)
Abstract:
Politically and socially radical underground newspaper founded in Detroit, Michigan, in 1965. The tabloid reflected an anarchist-libertarian philosophy during the 1970s under the influence of the "Eat the Rich Gang," which included editors Peter and Marilyn Werbe. Throughout the 1980s, the Fifth Estate continued to cover local issues and events, along with critiques of modern industrial society and articles covering the radical environmental movement. In 1999, the "Alternative Press Review" described the paper as an "anti-technology, anti-civilization, anarcho-primitivist quarterly."Collection consists of correspondence, business and office records, submissions for possible publication, clippings, flyers, posters, and photographs documenting the activities of the Fifth Estate primarily from the mid-1980s to the early 2000s. Financial documents, advertising, subscription and book orders, as well as legal documents regarding lawsuits are included. Correspondents include Bob Black, Peter Werbe, Marilyn Werbe, David Watson, John Zerzan, Lorraine Perlman, and editor (2002- ) Andy Smith (also known under the pseudonyms Sunfrog, Anu Bonobo, and Andrew Smith). The bulk of the audiovisual and digital media relate to Peter Werbe's Late Night radio show that dealt with similar topics as Fifth Estate .
Call number: fifthestate
Language: The material is in English.
Repository: University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Research Center), Joseph A. Labadie Collection

Access and Use
Access Restrictions:

The collection is open for research.

Copyright:

Copyright has not been transferred to the Regents of the University of Michigan. Permission to publish must be obtained from the copyright holder(s).

Preferred Citation:

Fifth Estate Records, University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Research Center)

Collection History
Acquisition Information:

The collection was donated in various accessions from the 1980s to the 2010s.

Processing Information:

Collection originally processed and finding aid created by Dan Santamaria. New accessions received between 2008 and 2016 processed and added to the existing finding aid by Eve Bourbeau-Allard.


Biography

The Fifth Estate began publishing in Detroit, Michigan in 1965. Originally a bi-weekly tabloid publication, the Fifth Estate was among the first of the underground newspapers of the 1960s. By the 1970s the paper evolved into an anarchist publication. Known for its irreverent tone as well as its critiques of modern industrial society, the Fifth Estate is the longest publishing English language anarchist newspaper in North America.

The Fifth Estate was founded by 17-year-old Harvey Ovshinsky in the basement of his father's house in 1965. During a brief move to Los Angeles Ovshinsky became involved with the L.A. Free Press . Captivated by the paper's anti-war politics and interest in developing a radical community, as well as its coverage of the local music scene, Ovshinsky became inspired to begin publishing an underground newspaper in Detroit. He named the paper the Fifth Estate after a coffee house on Los Angeles' Sunset Strip, near the offices of the L.A. Free Press . The first issue appeared on November 19, 1965.

Ovshinsky's efforts to sell the first issues of paper helped broaden his circle of acquaintances. After producing the second issue of the Fifth Estate , Ovshinsky met John Sinclair, head of the Detroit Artist Workshop (and later the founder of the White Panther Party), who agreed to write a column for the paper. Ovshinky also began to interact with students involved with groups such as the Detroit Committee to End the War in Vietnam, including Peter Werbe, who would go on to work at the Fifth Estate for over twenty-five years.

New volunteers provided the paper with a wealth of material, and advertising, primarily from recording companies anxious to reach young people, helped the paper continue to grow. The Fifth Estate's offices moved from Ovshinsky's basement to a space next to the Detroit Committee to End the War in Vietnam's near the John Lodge Freeway and West Warren in Detroit. The paper, like many other "underground papers," focused on topics such as youth culture and rebellion, civil rights, opposition to the Vietnam War, music, and sex. Staff members reported on major events in Detroit, including the riots of 1967. Police abuse and the surge in Black activism in Detroit in the aftermath of the civil unrest were particular focuses of the paper in the late 1960s. The paper continued to evolve in the late 1960s and early 1970s, devoting issues to feminism and gay lifestyles as the women's and gay rights movements gained momentum. The Fifth Estate 's coverage of labor issues in the early 1970s was especially noteworthy.

By the summer of 1975 the Fifth Estate had taken a turn towards anarchist-libertarian philosophy. A group that called themselves the Eat the Rich Gang, which included Peter Werbe and his wife Marilyn, who had both left the paper for a short time, abolished all paid positions and refused to take any paid advertisements. They also established a bookstore in order to help support the publication of the paper, and to serve as a focal point for its ideas and political organizing. According to Bob Hippler, the politics of the post-1975 Fifth Estate "could best be described as anarchist, although it has extended classic anti-capitalist, anti-statist libertarian politics to include opposition to the industrial system itself, and the civilization it has spawned." (Bob Hippler, "Fast Times in the Motor City: The First Ten Years of the Fifth Estate" (Box 1, "Fast Times in the Motor City…" folder) The paper published theorists such as Fredy Perlman, David Watson (a member of the Fifth Estate staff), and John Zerzan. From 1975 to 1980 the Fifth Estate published as a monthly; in 1980 it began publishing as a quarterly, with a worldwide circulation of approximately 5000. In addition to its coverage of local issues and events and its critiques of modern industrial society, it has devoted extensive coverage to the radical environmental movement. In 1999 the paper was described as an anti-technology, anti-civilization, anarcho-primitivist quarterly by the Alternative Press Review. ( Alternative Press Review. Vol. 3 No. 3 (Spring 1999) available online at http://www.altpr.org/apr11/apr11_israel.html)

The publication of the Fifth Estate became increasingly sporadic throughout the 1990s due to the staff's commitment to other projects and efforts to support themselves financially. In the fall of 2002, after 37 years of publishing in Detroit, the Fifth Estate 's operations moved to Pumpkin Hollow, a rural commune near Nashville, Tennessee. Editorial offices, as well as a new Fifth Estate bookstore, were opened in Pumpkin Hollow. The Detroit staff continued to contribute articles, and oversaw the business operations of the paper. The Tennessee collective helped to publish four issues in 2002, the first time the Fifth Estate had met its quarterly publishing schedule since the 1980s.

For a more detailed history of the Fifth Estate see Bob Hippler's article "Fast Times in the Motor City: The First Ten Years of the Fifth Estate ," and various clippings in the Historical series of the collection.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The Fifth Estate Records document the activities of the Fifth Estate newspaper, one of the oldest underground newspapers in the United States. The records date primarily from the mid-1980s to the early 2000s. The record group has been divided into eight series: Historical, Correspondence, Publishing Material, Business and Office Records, Topical File, Miscellaneous Anarchist and Social Protest Ephemera, Photographs, and Audiovisual and Digital Media. There is a good deal of overlap among the series due to the work processes of the staff at the Fifth Estate and the lack of organization among the various accessions received by the library.

Subject Terms
    Genre Terms:
    • Business records.
    • Clippings.
    • Correspondence.
    • Manuscripts.
    • Audiocassettes.
    Subjects:
    • Detroit (Mich.) -- Newspapers.
    • Black, Bob.
    • Smith, Andy Sunfrog, 1967.
    • Werbe, Peter.
    • Watson, David, 1952-.
    • Zerzan, John.
    • Werbe, Marilyn.
    • Perlman, Lorraine
    • Anarchism -- United States.
    • Radicalism -- Michigan -- Detroit
    • Socialism -- United States.
    • Underground press -- Michigan -- Detroit.
    • Photographs
    • Environmentalism -- United States
    • Protest movements -- Michigan -- Detroit
    • Radio programs -- Michigan -- Detroit
    Contents List
       Container / Location    Title
     
    Historical [series]:

    The Historical series is a small series consisting of magazine and newspaper clippings about the history of the Fifth Estate , as well as a retrospective prepared by the staff. Of special note are manuscripts, correspondence and notes related to an extensive history of the early years of the paper written by Bob Hippler in 1990. The series also contains materials from a 50th anniversary retrospective of the publication's history.

     
    Clippings
    Box   1  
    The Fifth Estate  ca. 1975-2002
    Box   1  
    Peter Werbe  1962-1963
    Box   1  
    "Fast Times in the Motor City: The First Ten Years of the Fifth Estate " (Bob Hippler article)  ca. 1990-1992
    Box   1  
    Anniversary event transcript and interview questions  2015
    Box   1  
    Press cards for Peter Werbe and William T. Rowe  1971-1973
     
    Correspondence [series]:

    The Correspondence series consists of 7 linear feet of material. Although letters date from 1979 to 2016, the bulk of the correspondence dates from the mid-1980s to the late 1990s. The majority of the correspondence is addressed to either Peter Werbe or generally to the staff of the Fifth Estate , although correspondence is sometimes addressed to individual staff members such as David Watson, Marilyn Werbe, Andy Smith/"Sunfrog"/"Anu Bonobo". All correspondence has been grouped together to reflect the organizational schemes (or lack of organizational schemes) created by the Fifth Estate itself. Writers such as John Zerzan and Bob Black are well represented in the series. Single letters from Noam Chomsky (July 3, 1985), Andrei Codrescu (April 24, 1984), and Ursula LeGuin (September 23, 2006) are also included. The content of the correspondence varies greatly. Researchers will find letters ranging from short notes asking for samples of the Fifth Estate to lengthy letters debating political theory or current events. The correspondence has been arranged chronologically. Undated correspondence has been placed at the end of each year, if the year is known, or at the end of the series.

    Box   1  
    Correspondence  October 1970-December 1982 (9 folders)
    Box   2  
    Correspondence  January 1983-December 1986 (15 folders)
    Box   3  
    Correspondence  January 1987-July 1988 (19 folders)
    Box   4  
    Correspondence  August 1988-March 1990 (20 folders)
    Box   5  
    Correspondence  April 1990-August 1991 (17 folders)
    Box   6  
    Correspondence  September 1991-December 1992 (16 folders)
    Box   7  
    Correspondence  undated 1992-April 1994 (14 folders)
    Box   8  
    Correspondence  May 1994-September 1995 (17 folders)
    Box   9  
    Correspondence  October 1995-February 1997 (17 folders)
    Box   10  
    Correspondence  March 1997-August 1998 (18 folders)
    Box   11  
    Correspondence  September 1998-December 1999 (16 folders)
    Box   12  
    Correspondence  undated 1999-April 2002 (12 folders)
    Box   13  
    Correspondence  May 2002-December 2014 (15 folders)
    Box   14  
    Correspondence  January 2015-September 2016 Undated (6 folders)
    Box   14  
    Correspondence  undated (4 Folders)
     
    Publishing Material [series]:

    The Publishing Material series consists of 2.5 linear feet, including material used in the publication of the Fifth Estate or related publications. The largest grouping of material consists of submissions to the newspaper made from the 1980s and to the early 2000s. The submissions sometimes contain notes and staff member votes on whether the piece should be published. With the exception of two folders labeled "rejected" and "unpublished," it is sometimes difficult to determine if and when a piece was published in the paper. The series also includes poetry and graphic submissions. Of special note is a large folder of cartoons and poetry by Tuli Kupferberg. The Other Publications subseries consists of material created in the publication of newspapers and magazines related to the Fifth Estate , including the Fifth Estate Newsletter, and Peter and Marilyn Werbe's Hip Pocket Directory.

     
    The Fifth Estate [subseries]:
    Box   14  
    Files for publication  undated
    Box   14  
    Meeting/production notes  ca. 1994-1996
     
    Submissions
    Box   14  
    General article submissions  1977-1989 (4 folders)
    Box   15  
    General article submissions  1990-1998 (10 folders)
    Box   16  
    General article submissions, and  1999-2016 and undated (8 folders)
    Box   17  
    Article submissions labeled "unpublished" and "rejected  ca. 1983-1984 and 1988-1990 (2 folders)
    Box   17  
    Article submissions by Rand W. Gould  2002-2015
    Box   17  
    Article submissions by Peter Lamborn Wilson  2002-2006 (2 folders)
    Box   17  
    Poetry submissions  ca. 1989-1998 (2 folders)
    Box   18  
    Photocopy of signed poem "Notes from the Inner City" by Ursula Le Guin  2006
     
    Cartoons, drawings and graphic submissions
    Box   18  
    Tuli Kupferberg  1986-2007 and undated (4 folders)

    (includes some poetry)

    Box   18  
    Gerald Burns  1997-1998
    Box   18  
    Miscellaneous graphics  undated
     
    Other Publications [subseries]:
     
    Fifth Estate Newsletter
    Box   18  
    Newsletters  1983-1987
    Box   18  
    Newsletter production material  ca. 1983
    Box   18  
    Fifth Estate Extra  1970 and 1979
    Box   18  
    Fifth Estate Anti-OAS Extra  2000
    Box   18  
    Bad Attitude zine  ca. 1990 and undated
    Box   18  
    Hip Pocket Directory  1970-1971 and undated
     
    Business and Office Records [series]:

    The Business and Office Records series consists of 3.5 linear feet of material and documents the Fifth Estate 's business operations. The series includes articles of incorporation, stock certificates, and shareholder meeting minutes from the paper's early years as a for-profit enterprise, as well as documents related to corporate dissolution and the organization's application for non-profit status. Although the bulk of the series consists of subscription and book orders, bills and financial documents, material related to lawsuits and other office material is also included.

     
    Advertising and promotion [subseries]:
    Box   19  
    Advertising packet  ca. 1970s
    Box   19  
    Advertising and marketing production material  undated

    (aluminum printing sheets)

    Box   19  
    Back issues and book list advertisements  undated
    Box   19  
    Press releases and announcements  1975-1990
    Box   19  
    Letters to subscribers and donors  1975-2015
     
    Flyers
    Box   19  
    Fifth Estate event flyers  1975-2002
    Box   19  
    Activism and Detroit-area event flyers  undated
     
    Business documents [subseries]:
    Box   19  
    Articles of incorporation and by-laws  1967-1973
    Box   19  
    Stock certificates  1969-1970
     
    Meeting minutes
    Box   19  
    Stockholder meeting minutes  1969-1973
    Box   19  
    Board of Directors meeting minutes and papers  1973-1978

    (concerning corporate dissolution and application for non-profit status)

    Box   19  
    Miscellaneous meeting notes  1994 and undated
     
    Financial documents [subseries]:
     
    Bills
    Box   19  
    Printer invoices  ca. 1986-1990
    Box   19  
    Utility bills  1983-1989
    Box   19  
    Miscellaneous invoices  1977-1985
    Box   19  
    Inheritances  1988
    Box   19  
    UMI royalties  1990-1991
    Box   19  
    Petty cash ledger  1990-1999
    Box   19  
    Personal Property Assessment  1993
     
    Lawsuits [subseries]:
    Box   19  
    State of Michigan v. The Fifth Estate  1974

    (Ma Bell case)

    Box   19  
    Powers Chemo Inc. v. the Fifth Estate  1978
    Box   19  
    The Fifth Estate v. The City of Detroit  1979

    (coin box case)

    Box   19  
    Ruchell Clinque Magee v. Mike Neiswonger, The Fifth Estate Newspaper  1979
    Box   6  
    Miscellaneous  1971
     
    Subscriptions and book sales [subseries]:
    Box   20  
    Subscription maintenance files  ca. 1984-1986 (8 folders)
    Box   21  
    Subscription maintenance Files  1987-1991 (5 folders)
    Box   21  
    Subscription book  1978-1989
     
    Bulk orders and correspondence
    Box   22  
    Bookstore and distributor lists  undated
    Box   22  
    General  ca. 1982-2003 (6 folders)
    Box   22  
    "Deadbeat" orders  ca. 1977-1980
    Box   23  
    Discontinued orders  ca. 1990s (2 folders)
     
    Book orders
    Box   23  
    Book inventories  1982 and undated
    Box   23  
    Bookstore and publisher invoices  1977-1993
    Box   23  
    Left Bank Books invoices and communications  ca. 1981-1994 (2 folders)
    Box   23  
    Left Bank Books' Anti-Authoritarian Calendar  1982
    Box   23  
    Filled book orders  ca. 1982-1984 (3 folders)
    Box   24  
    Filled book orders  ca. 1984-1993 (6 folders)
    Box   25  
    Filled book orders  ca. 1994
    Box   25  
    Unfilled book orders  ca. 1990
     
    Miscellaneous
    Box   25  
    Post Office issue records  ca. 1975-1997 (2 folders)
    Box   25  
    Publication denial notification  1991
     
    Miscellaneous [subseries]:
    Box   25  
    Landlord correspondence  ca. 1982
    Box   25  
    Notes and fragments  undated
    Box   25  
    Telephone and address book  undated
     
    Topical Files [series]:

    The Topical File series consists of 2 linear feet of material and is an alphabetically arranged series documenting Fifth Estate staff members' involvement in or reaction to various events, individuals, or social issues. The series includes material related to Detroit area events and activities such as the Detroit incinerator project of 1980s, the Fermi 2 nuclear power plant, and the Organization of American States meeting in Windsor, Ontario in 2000, as well as other national and international issues. Of special note is the grouping of "Red Squad" files, compiled illicitly by the Detroit and Michigan police in the 1960s and 1970s.

    Box   25  
    Abu-Jamal, Mumia  ca. 1995
    Box   25  
    Anarchism  1980s-1990s
    Box   25  
    Anarchist Network List  undated
    Box   26  
    Anti-Nuclear War Conference and documents  ca. 1982-1983
    Box   26  
    Bhopal Action Resource Center  1989
    Box   26  
    "Brixton Dissidents"  ca. 1978
    Box   26  
    Democratic National Convention  1996
    Box   26  
    Detroit Incinerator  1986-1987 (3 Folders)
    Box   26  
    "Detroit Summer" project  1992
    Box   26  
    Draft Resistance  1982
    Box   26  
    Fermi 2 nuclear power plant protests and demonstrations  ca. 1995 (3 folders)
    Box   27  
    Gossip Sheet #2  1993
    Box   27  
    Green Party  ca. 1990-1996
    Box   27  
    Haymarket conference  1986
    Box   27  
    Indigenism and indigenous peoples  1980s
    Box   27  
    L'Insécurité sociale  1984
    Box   27  
    International Conference on Technology and Freedom, Lisbon  1987
    Box   27  
    Leary, Timothy  1990s
    Box   27  
    Love and Rage  ca. 1989-1994
    Box   27  
    "McLibel" trial  ca. 1995 (2 Folders)
    Box   27  
    Mohawk trial  1992
    Box   28  
    North Shore Environmental Web  1986
    Box   28  
    Nuclear power  1993-1994
    Box   28  
    Organization of American States-Detroit protest  2000
    Box   28  
    Prisons  1980s
     
    Red Squad and police files
    Box   28  
    Application and general information  ca. 1990
    Box   28  
    Peter Werbe  ca. 1965-1972
    Box   28  
    Marilyn Werbe  ca. 1965-1968
    Box   28  
    Detroit Committee to End the War in Vietnam  ca. 1968-1970
    Box   28  
    Draft Resistance Committee  ca. 1966-1968
    Box   28  
    Fifth Estate  ca. 1967
    Box   29  
    Unidentified documents  ca. 1965-1981 (2 Folders)
    Box   29  
    Interview transcript with former undercover operative  2004
    Box   29  
    Swartz, Stephen  1984-1985
    Box   29  
    Sea Shepherd Conservation Society  ca. 1994
    Box   29  
    Vancouver Five  1983
    Box   29  
    Vietnam War  ca. 1969
    Box   29  
    War production  ca. 1983
     
    WRIF radio show (Nightcall/The Peter Werbe show)
    Box   29  
    Correspondence  1991-2013 (bulk 1991-1994) (3 Folders)
    Box   29  
    Promotional material  undated
     
    Miscellaneous Anarchist and Social Protest Ephemera [series]:

    The Miscellaneous Anarchist and Other Social Protest Material series consists of 1.5 linear feet of material collected by or sent to the Fifth Estate . The series includes flyers and leaflets, pamphlets, press releases and statements, and posters created by a wide variety of individuals and groups. The posters have been separated from the records for cataloging in the general Labadie poster collection.

    Box   30  
    Flyers and leaflets  1980s-1990s (7 folders)
    Box   31  
    Book, journal and magazine catalogs  1980s-1990s
    Box   31  
    Clippings  1980s
    Box   31  
    Stickers and cards  undated
    Box   31  
    Pamphlets  1980s-1990s (3 Folders)
    Box   31  
    Press releases and statements  1980s-1990s (3 folders)
    Box   32  
    Press releases and statements  1980s-1990s (3 Folders)
    Box   32  
    Articles and other longer works  1980s-1990s (2 folders)
    Box   32  
    Articles by Ken Wachsberger  undated
    Box   32  
    Italian language material
     
    Photographs [series]:

    The Photographs series consists of 0.5 linear foot of prints dating from the 1960s to the 2000s. The bulk of photographs document street protests in Detroit and nationally against war, nuclear missiles, environmental damage, and racism. They also feature several anarchist gatherings in the late 1980s. Photographs are at times accompanied by clippings from the Fifth Estate showing their inclusion in the publication. Also included are photographs submitted to the Fifth Estate on current issues, and photographs capturing Fifth Estate staff members, offices, and events. Within each of the sub-series, photographic material has been arranged alphabetically. Names of photographers are indicated when known and include collaborators Millard Berry and Rebecca Cook.

     
    Demonstrations [subseries]:
    Box   33  
    Anarchist gathering in Chicago  1986
    Box   33  
    Anarchist gathering in Minneapolis  1987

    (Includes photographs by Craig Lassig)

    Box   33  
    Anarchist gatherings in Toronto  1987-1988
    Box   33  
    Anti-nuclear  1982-1983
    Box   33  
    Anti-nuclear missiles  1983

    (Photographs by Allan Barnes)

    Box   33  
    Anti-war and anti-draft  ca. 1960-1980
    Box   33  
    Art and Revolution Conference processing at Belle Isle  1997
    Box   33  
    Australian anarchist centenary celebrations  1986
    Box   33  
    Civil rights and anti-racism  ca. 1967-1980
    Box   33  
    Democratic National Convention in Chicago  1996
    Box   33  
    Detroit newspaper strike  1995-1997

    (Includes a photograph by Daymon J. Hartley)

    Box   33  
    FERMI nuclear power plan, Midland, MI  1979
    Box   33  
    Gulf War  1990-1991
    Box   33  
    Gulf War "Victory Parade" arrests in Detroit  1991

    (Photographs by Rebecca Cook)

    Box   33  
    "Kill the Car" at Detroit GM  1990
    Box   33  
    May Day in San Francisco  2000
    Box   33  
    "Piss to President" anti-Reagan protest in Detroit  1986

    (Photographs by Millard Berry)

    Box   33  
    Women Empowered Against Violence to the Environment (WEAVE) against the Detroit Incinerator  1989
    Box   33  
    Unidentified  ca. 1960-2000 (2 folders)
     
    Current issues [subseries]:
    Box   33  
    Fonda, Jane for the Winter Soldier Investigation  1971

    (Photographs by Barbara Carson-McHale)

    Box   33  
    Homelessness in Detroit  1992

    (Photographed by Rebecca Cook for the Winter 1992 issue)

    Box   33  
    Lynching of Michael Donald, Alabama  1981
    Box   33  
    Photo reports on English counterculture  1993

    (Photographs by Alec Smart for Black and White and Green)

    Box   33  
    Photo reports on environmentalism in England  1996-1997

    (Photographs by Alec Smart)

    Box   33  
    Miscellaneous images of current events  ca. 1960-1990

    (Prints and photocopies)

     
    The Fifth Estate staff and events [subseries]:
    Box   33  
    Office and staff  ca. 1970-2000
    Box   33  
    Photo shoots and benefit events  1968-1977
    Box   33  
    Werbe, Peter  1968-2001
    Box   33  
    Miscellaneous  undated
     
    Audiovisual and Digital Media [series]:

    The Audiovisual and Digital Media series contains audio recordings of the Peter Werbe Radio Show on compact disks, miscellaneous films and photographs recorded on DVDs, as well as one mini cassette tape and two floppy disks. Twenty-one episodes of the Peter Werbe Radio Show recorded from 2008 to 2016 form the bulk of the digital material (see Topical File series for more documents on Peter Werbe's radio shows). Of interest is also a recording of a panel on the Fifth Estate's fiftieth year anniversary (see Historical Series for related materials).

    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Cuba Trip Part 1"  2008-02-17 (F.ESTAUD-001) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Cuba Trip Part 2"  2008-02-17 (F.ESTAUD-002) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Bill Ayers"  2008-11-23 (F.ESTAUD-003) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Sally Howell - Arab DET"  2011-11-20 (F.ESTAUD-004) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Ed Sanders"  2012-04-29 (F.ESTAUD-005) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Jeremy Schahill"  2013-06-16 (F.ESTAUD-006) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Leni Sinclair - DET Rock"  2013-08-11 (F.ESTAUD-007)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Charity Hicks - Food Security"  2013-10-20 (F.ESTAUD-008) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Miss Ann in Harlem - Carla Kaplan"  2013-11-17 (F.ESTAUD-009) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Michael Shiat - Imagine"  2014-01-26 (F.ESTAUD-010) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Bruce Dancis - Draft Resister"  2014-04-13 (F.ESTAUD-011)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Bill Morris"  2014-07-17 (F.ESTAUD-012) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Dave Foreman"  2015-02-08 (F.ESTAUD-013) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz"  2015-05-17 (F.ESTAUD-014) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Bike Tour"  2015-05-31 (F.ESTAUD-015) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Marge Piercy"  2015-08-16 (F.ESTAUD-016) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "C. Manning, Medea Benjamin"  2015-08-23 (F.ESTAUD-017) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Fifth Estate, Harvey Oushinsky, Peter Werbe"  2015-08-30 (F.ESTAUD-018) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Leah Bolger - World Beyond War"  2015-12-05 (F.ESTAUD-019) (1 compact discs)
     
    Peter Werbe Show, "Sun Ra, John Sinclair."  2010-08-02
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Gerald Horne - Haiti"  2016-01-24 (F.ESTAUD-020) (1 compact discs)
     
    Peter Werbe Show, "Wayne Kramer."  2012-06-10, 2014-07-14
     
    Peter Werbe Show , "Tom Hayden, Listen Yankee."  2015-03-22
     
    Peter Werbe Show, "Bill Ayers, Education."  2011-06-12, 2011-10-30
     
    Peter Werbe Show, "Cara Hoffman."  2011-03-27, 2011-11-27, 2013-03-31
     
    Peter Werbe Show, "Lisa Hymas, Gink Manifesto"  2011-02-13
     
    Peter Werbe Show, "Dana Frank, Sit-Down."  2012-07-22
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Carl and Michele Lundgren"  2016-10-02 (F.ESTAUD-022) (1 compact discs)
     
    Interview: Andy Sunfrog, John Sinclair, Peter Werbe  2004-06-04
    Box   34  
    Mini-cassette titled "Andrew Flood"  undated (F.ESTAUD-023) (1 Cassettes)
    Box   34  
    Fifth Estate 50 Year Anniversary Panel  [2015] (F.ESTMOV-001) (1 DVDs)
    Box   34  
    Geneva House and Friends Reunion  [2011] (F.ESTMOV-002, F.ESTMOV-003) (2 DVDs)
    Box   34  
    Peter Werbe Show, "Andrew Cornell - Anarchy"  2016-03-06 (F.ESTAUD-021) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    Heidelberg  2010-10-10 (F.ESTMOV-004) (1 DVDs)
    Box   34  
    "Love Crime" Sundance Select  2011-08-15 (F.ESTMOV-005) (1 DVDs)
    Box   34  
    "Thirst" Snitow-Kaufman  2004 (F.ESTMOV-006) (1 DVDs)
    Box   34  
    "Mary White, a tribute"  2007-12-01 (F.ESTMOV-007) (1 DVDs)
    Box   34  
    "Windmill-Powered Electric Trucks by Anthony Ratkov"  undated (F.ESTMOV-008) (1 DVDs)
    Box   34  
    "WSF-ASF Caracas, Venezuela, Photos and 2 pieces on peak oil"  2006-01 (F.ESTDIG-001) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    "WSF, Nucleo Ojeda, y más. Caracas, Venezuela, Photos by Elisa Gurulé"  2006-01 (F.ESTDIG-002) (1 compact discs)
    Box   34  
    "Real State of the Union"  1992 (F.ESTDIG-003, F.ESTDIG-004) (2 5.25 inch Floppy Disks)