Description:

The office was located at 1555 Massachusetts Avenue.

Members:

  • Dotty Zellner (Chairman)
  • Bob Zellner
  • Pam Emerson
  • Jan Campbell
  • David Ragozin
  • Barney Frank

Archive:

SNCC Sellar Opens, The Harvard Crimson, Dec. 2, 1965

College Does not Plan to Act in Predew Case; Monro Asks Fund Drive, The Harvard Crimson, Oct. 7, 1963

Kirkland House Initiates Fund Drive for Student Imprisoned in Georgia, The Harvard Crimson, January 22, 1962

Letter from Magnolia, The Harvard Crimson, January 22, 1962

          Wallace in Stormy Visit, The Boston Globe, November 5, 1963

Statements of Victims of Police Brutality (Robert Gahton, Maggie Gordon, and Annie Mae King), Social Action Verticle File, Wisconsin Historical Society

Voting Record of Mississippi Congressmen Abernethy, Colmer, Whitten, and Williams on Specific Issues, 1946-1964, Social Action Verticle File, Wisconsin Historical Society

Pamphlet; Boston Friends of SNCC, Social Action Verticle File, Wisconsin Historical Society

10 Groups Join to Beat Barry, The Brattleboro Reformer, August 4, 1964

“Informative and Detailed” (Letter to the Editor) The Boston Globe, June 22, 1964.

Anti-Viet Nam Demonstrators Deny Red Link, The Boston Globe, October 15, 1965

Help Negroes Vote in Ala., Pickets Say, The Boston Globe, October 9, 1963

Pickets to Greet JFK in Boston, The News Journal, April 19, 1963

Students Train for Rights Push; Girl Volunteer Explains Goals, The Boston Globe, June 19, 91964

Petition to the Honorable Paul B. Johnson, Governor of the State of Mississippi and ex officio president of the Permanent Capitol Commission [et al.], Alicia Kaplow Papers, Wisconsin Historical Society

Informative and Detailed, The Boston Globe, June 22, 1964

SNCC Reading_ Delight Dawns Quietly, Eight Eighty-Five, March 1, 1966

Rights Group to Oppose Goldwater, San Antonio Express, August 4, 1964

Statements of Victims of Police Brutality (Maggie Gordon and Annie Mae King)_ June 21, 1965

SNCC Faculty Fund

Way Up North In Yankee Land…, The Montgomery Advertiser, November 6, 1963

Winchester Youth Bids Home Town Aid to Negroes, The Boston Globe, July 12, 1964

Volunteers for Freedom Scared but not Quitting, The Boston Globe, June 21, 1964