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Carton 37

 Container

Contains 56 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.

Guidelines, 1972-1973

 File — Carton: 37, Folder: 1
Identifier: 4
Scope and Contents Sub-series mostly includes materials published by the ACLU covering a range of topics that address specific civil liberties questions. Some examples include Capital Punishment, Equal Protection-Voting, Freedom of Speech-Newsmen, Government Secrecy, Privacy, Military-GI Rights, and Sex Discrimination.

Pamphlets and Reports, 1972-1973

 File — Carton: 37, Folder: 2
Identifier: 4
Scope and Contents Sub-series mostly includes materials published by the ACLU covering a range of topics that address specific civil liberties questions. Some examples include Capital Punishment, Equal Protection-Voting, Freedom of Speech-Newsmen, Government Secrecy, Privacy, Military-GI Rights, and Sex Discrimination.

Issues, 1972-1973

 File — Carton: 37, Folder: 3
Identifier: 4
Scope and Contents Sub-series mostly includes materials published by the ACLU covering a range of topics that address specific civil liberties questions. Some examples include Capital Punishment, Equal Protection-Voting, Freedom of Speech-Newsmen, Government Secrecy, Privacy, Military-GI Rights, and Sex Discrimination.

Affiliate-Chapter Relationship, 1974

 File — Carton: 37, Folder: 4
Identifier: 4
Scope and Contents Sub-series mostly includes materials published by the ACLU covering a range of topics that address specific civil liberties questions. Some examples include Capital Punishment, Equal Protection-Voting, Freedom of Speech-Newsmen, Government Secrecy, Privacy, Military-GI Rights, and Sex Discrimination.

Capital Punishment, 1974-1977

 File — Carton: 37, Folder: 5
Identifier: 4
Scope and Contents Sub-series mostly includes materials published by the ACLU covering a range of topics that address specific civil liberties questions. Some examples include Capital Punishment, Equal Protection-Voting, Freedom of Speech-Newsmen, Government Secrecy, Privacy, Military-GI Rights, and Sex Discrimination.

Church/State, 1973

 File — Carton: 37, Folder: 6
Identifier: 4
Scope and Contents Sub-series mostly includes materials published by the ACLU covering a range of topics that address specific civil liberties questions. Some examples include Capital Punishment, Equal Protection-Voting, Freedom of Speech-Newsmen, Government Secrecy, Privacy, Military-GI Rights, and Sex Discrimination.

Criminal Law- Victimless Crime, 1971, 1973

 File — Carton: 37, Folder: 7
Identifier: 4
Scope and Contents Sub-series mostly includes materials published by the ACLU covering a range of topics that address specific civil liberties questions. Some examples include Capital Punishment, Equal Protection-Voting, Freedom of Speech-Newsmen, Government Secrecy, Privacy, Military-GI Rights, and Sex Discrimination.

Criminal Procedure- Search, 1973

 File — Carton: 37, Folder: 8
Identifier: 4
Scope and Contents Sub-series mostly includes materials published by the ACLU covering a range of topics that address specific civil liberties questions. Some examples include Capital Punishment, Equal Protection-Voting, Freedom of Speech-Newsmen, Government Secrecy, Privacy, Military-GI Rights, and Sex Discrimination.

Criminal Procedure Pre-Trial Identification, 1973-1974

 File — Carton: 37, Folder: 9
Identifier: 4
Scope and Contents Sub-series mostly includes materials published by the ACLU covering a range of topics that address specific civil liberties questions. Some examples include Capital Punishment, Equal Protection-Voting, Freedom of Speech-Newsmen, Government Secrecy, Privacy, Military-GI Rights, and Sex Discrimination.