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Contains 37 Collections and/or Records:

Niagara Frontier Chapter, American Civil Liberties Union, Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS 107
Abstract Materials related to the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and its predecessor the Erie County Civil Liberties Committee (ECCL). The materials are dated from 1934-1978 and include correspondence, promotional materials, legal briefs, court records, memoranda, financial records, annual reports, and case files.

Central New York Chapter (Syracuse), 1963-1970

 File — Carton: 5, Folder: 1
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents In 1963, the Niagara Frontier Chapter assisted in the organization of the Central New York Chapter (Syracuse-Ithaca). In 1964, it reorganized by creating the Upstate New York Division and becoming the Niagara Frontier Chapter. Soon after, a Genessee Valley Chapter (Rochester) was organized. In June 1965, the Upstate New York Division merged with the New York Civil Libetrites Union (based in New York City) to form a statewide New York Civil Liberties Union.

Chautauqua County, 1969-1970

 File — Carton: 5, Folder: 2
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents In 1963, the Niagara Frontier Chapter assisted in the organization of the Central New York Chapter (Syracuse-Ithaca). In 1964, it reorganized by creating the Upstate New York Division and becoming the Niagara Frontier Chapter. Soon after, a Genessee Valley Chapter (Rochester) was organized. In June 1965, the Upstate New York Division merged with the New York Civil Libetrites Union (based in New York City) to form a statewide New York Civil Liberties Union.

Cornell Students Chapter, 1966-1967

 File — Carton: 5, Folder: 3
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents In 1963, the Niagara Frontier Chapter assisted in the organization of the Central New York Chapter (Syracuse-Ithaca). In 1964, it reorganized by creating the Upstate New York Division and becoming the Niagara Frontier Chapter. Soon after, a Genessee Valley Chapter (Rochester) was organized. In June 1965, the Upstate New York Division merged with the New York Civil Libetrites Union (based in New York City) to form a statewide New York Civil Liberties Union.

Genesee Valley Chapter, 1964-1971

 File — Carton: 5, Folder: 4
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents In 1963, the Niagara Frontier Chapter assisted in the organization of the Central New York Chapter (Syracuse-Ithaca). In 1964, it reorganized by creating the Upstate New York Division and becoming the Niagara Frontier Chapter. Soon after, a Genessee Valley Chapter (Rochester) was organized. In June 1965, the Upstate New York Division merged with the New York Civil Libetrites Union (based in New York City) to form a statewide New York Civil Liberties Union.

Ithaca Civil Liberties Committee, 1965-1969

 File — Carton: 5, Folder: 5
Identifier: C
Scope and Contents In 1963, the Niagara Frontier Chapter assisted in the organization of the Central New York Chapter (Syracuse-Ithaca). In 1964, it reorganized by creating the Upstate New York Division and becoming the Niagara Frontier Chapter. Soon after, a Genessee Valley Chapter (Rochester) was organized. In June 1965, the Upstate New York Division merged with the New York Civil Libetrites Union (based in New York City) to form a statewide New York Civil Liberties Union.

ACLU Literature, 1973-1974

 File — Carton: 5, Folder: 6-7
Identifier: D
Scope and Contents The Niagara Frontier Citizens for Impeachment was established by the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the ACLU and the Western New York Peace Center as part of ACLU support for the impeachment of President Richard Nixon. It operated independently of the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the ACLU. Its goal was to encourage congressmen to join in efforts to impeach Nixon. It sent letters, circulated petitions, and educated the public about the impeachment process and stressed that the President could be...

Clippings, 1973-1974

 File — Carton: 5, Folder: 8
Identifier: D
Scope and Contents The Niagara Frontier Citizens for Impeachment was established by the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the ACLU and the Western New York Peace Center as part of ACLU support for the impeachment of President Richard Nixon. It operated independently of the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the ACLU. Its goal was to encourage congressmen to join in efforts to impeach Nixon. It sent letters, circulated petitions, and educated the public about the impeachment process and stressed that the President could be...

Correspondence, 1973-1974

 File — Carton: 5, Folder: 9
Identifier: D
Scope and Contents The Niagara Frontier Citizens for Impeachment was established by the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the ACLU and the Western New York Peace Center as part of ACLU support for the impeachment of President Richard Nixon. It operated independently of the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the ACLU. Its goal was to encourage congressmen to join in efforts to impeach Nixon. It sent letters, circulated petitions, and educated the public about the impeachment process and stressed that the President could be...

Petitions, 1973-1974

 File — Carton: 5, Folder: 10
Identifier: D
Scope and Contents The Niagara Frontier Citizens for Impeachment was established by the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the ACLU and the Western New York Peace Center as part of ACLU support for the impeachment of President Richard Nixon. It operated independently of the Niagara Frontier Chapter of the ACLU. Its goal was to encourage congressmen to join in efforts to impeach Nixon. It sent letters, circulated petitions, and educated the public about the impeachment process and stressed that the President could be...