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  • Descriptive Summary
  • Access Restrictions
  • Publication Rights
  • Preferred Citation
  • Acquisition Information
  • Biography
  • Scope and Content of Collection
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  • Descriptive Summary

    Title: Stanley K. Sheinbaum Collection
    Dates: 1920-2011
    Bulk Dates: 1950s-2000s
    Collection number: Mss 217
    Collection Size: ca. 430 linear feet (385 cartons and document boxes, 2 oversize boxes, 129 audiotapes, 206 videotapes, 1 16 mm film)
    Repository: University of California, Santa Barbara. Library. Dept. of Special Collections
    Santa Barbara, CA 93106
    Abstract: Articles about Sheinbaum, copy of oral history transcript with Joan Didion, and copy of oral history transcript by UCLA. Includes material about his association with CSDI and later New Perspectives magazine. Includes files, ca. latter 1970s-mid 1980s, kept by Stanley K. Sheinbaum mainly during his tenure as University of California Regent [1977-1989], at a time when UC was involved in divestment of South African investments, due to the political situation there.
    Physical location: SRLF (Boxes 1-385); Del Sur (Box 386); Annex 2 (audiovisual).
    Languages: English

    Access Restrictions

    Collection is stored off-site; advance notice required for retrieval.

    Publication Rights

    Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections, UCSB. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained.

    Preferred Citation

    Stanley K. Sheinbaum Collection. Mss 217. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

    Acquisition Information

    Multiple gifts from Stanley K. Sheinbaum, 2004-2012.

    Biography

    From the Amazon.com summary of "Citizen Stan" dvd:
    This film profiles a man who rose from humble beginnings to influence politics on a world stage. Stanley Sheinbaum has shaped foreign policy with Prime Ministers, Presidents and Kings. His loyalty to friends and freedom sometimes meant taking great risks. His dedication to peace in the Middle East and opening a dialogue with both sides has put him at odds with people right in his own backyard. His life story holds lessons of character and history, and illustrates the conviction it takes to change our world. Directed by Patty Sharaf. With journalist Robert Scheer. Narrated by Richard Dreyfuss. Interviews with Daniel Ellsberg, Margaret and Nicholas Papandreou, wife and son of the late Greek Prime Minister, former Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates, PLO Negotiator Nabil Shaath, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Warren Beatty, Jesse Jackson. Synopsis: Growing up in New York's rag trade, the teen-aged Sheinbaum joined the US army effort in WW2, photo-screening maps onto silk for aviators to use. A kid who had done poorly in high school, he used the GI bill to work for a doctorate in economics at Stanford. In 1954, Sheinbaum landed a teaching job at Michigan State University. He also became co-director of the Vietnam Project at MSU. Under the auspices of the University, the project was hiring men to go to South Vietnam and set up a police force. Stanley Sheinbaum was the man doing the hiring. On a disillusioning trip to Saigon to check on his work, Sheinbaum realized men he had hired were now part of the CIA. Later he came to learn they were using torture to interrogate Vietcong prisoners. Sheinbaum left the MSU project to join the first independent think-tank, the Robert Maynard Hutchins Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions in Santa Barbara. One day journalist Robert Scheer confronted Sheinbaum about his role in the Vietnam Project. Much to his surprise, Sheinbaum was a cooperative witness. He and Scheer joined rank, traveling to Vietnam in 1966 to investigate the war. The two men rode a puddle jumper through Cambodia, looking for the path of the Ho Chi Minh trail. Fully at odds with Johnson's the best and the brightest, they were trying to head off the bombing of neutral Cambodia. In Saigon, Sheinbaum locked horns with his younger brother Gil, who had become the advisor to the American ambassador, Ellsworth Bunker. Meanwhile, Stanley Sheinbaum ran for congress in Santa Barbara on an anti-war platform in 1966 and again in 1968. During the Pentagon Papers trial, Sheinbaum organized the defense of Daniel Ellsberg and landed on Nixon's enemies list. Sheinbaum's commitment to the cause of peace has taken him to Greece, Palestine, and the streets of Los Angeles. Don't miss this incredible life story.
    A copy of "Citizen Stan" has been cataloged separately for Special Collections.
    Stanley K. Sheinbaum: A 20th Century Knight's Quest for Peace, Civil Liberties and Economic Justice, by Stanley K. Sheinbaum, with William A. Meis, Jr. (2011) traces Sheinbaum's life in memoir form. A copy has been included in the Personal/Biographical section of this collection and another copy has been cataloged separately for Special Collections.
    Additional biographical information about Stanley K. Sheinbaum may be found in this collection, in the Biographical/Personal series, and elsewhere throughout the collection.
    On the web, see also:

    Scope and Content of Collection

    Arrangement

    The collection contains the following series:
    Series I: Personal/Biographical.
    • General. Includes files on other families with the Sheinbaum (or similar) surname and Warner (SKS wife Betty's family). Box 1.
    • Awards and Honors. Box 2.
    • Biographies, Oral Histories and Other about SKS.
      • General. Includes cvs, resumés, and other biographical overview information. Box 2.
      • Chronological files, 1949-2003, n.d. Mainly articles about SKS and copies of correspondence re important events in SKS' life. Boxes 3-4.
      • Alphabetical. Mainly by surname of interviewer/author. Includes work by/for "Citizen Stan" documentary; Joan Didion interviews; Bruce B. Henderson interviews; Alan Jolis "Anatomy of a Citizen Warrior..." and interviews; William A. Meis, Jr. Stanley K. Sheinbaum: A 20th Century Knight's Quest for Peace, Civil Liberties and Economic Justice...; A Nation Lost and Found: 1936 America Remembered by Ordinary and Extraordinary People, compiled by Frank Pierson and Stanley K. Sheinbaum; Marc Raskin oral history project; Robert Scheer interviews; and UCLA Oral History by Dale Treleven and William van Benschoten. Boxes 4-6.
    • Calendars. Daily appointments, 1968-1992. Box 7.
    • Correspondence.
      • Alphabetical. In/out. Includes "Assorted Nonsense" - things that SKS found amusing, Harry Girvetz, King Hussein, Alan Jolis, Sydney Pollack, Barbra Streisand, and Kit Tremaine. Box 7.
      • Chronological, 1955-2011, n.d. Mainly outoing. Boxes 7-8.
      • Packets, ca. 1982-2001. Arranged chronologically; contains copies of important correspondence by SKS or articles by others that he considered significant, and that he sent to various lists of individuals. Box 9.
    • Dissertation Files, pre-1965. SKS didn't finish doctorate; copy burnt in CSDI fire - some existing files are charred from the fire. Box 10.
    • Early Life. Includes DeWitt Clinton High School (New York), 1920-1934, military service (WWII), Oklahoma A&M, Stanford University - undergrad and grad school, application for federal employment. Box 11.
    • Speeches by SKS, ca. 1964-1999. Arranged chronologically; includes talks, lectures, statements, broadcasts; includes supporting correspondence and research files. Boxes 11-13.
    • Teaching. Files for Stanford (ca. 1950-1953), Michigan State University (ca. 1955-1957), University of California Santa Barbara (1963). Box 13.
    • Travel. Mainly maps and travel guides of trips abroad, Middle East and elsewhere.
    • Writings by SKS, ca. 1961-2003. Arranged alphabetically by title. See also CSDI series. Box 14.
    Series II: American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) - Southern California Chapter / ACLU Foundation, ca. 1972-2004. SKS was head of the ACLU Foundation of Southern California from 1973 to 1982, as well as on the executive committee and board of directors. Includes awards and celebrations, board minutes, correspondence (in/out), financial material, memos, plans, reports, studies, and subject/topic files. Arranged alphabetically by folder title. Boxes 15-30. See also: Additions, Box 371.
    Series III: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions [CSDI]. SKS was a Senior Fellow with the Santa Barbara-based think tank headed up by Robert Maynard Hutchins. For related materials see: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Collection (Mss 18) and Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions / Princeton University Files (Mss 253), which include a number of files by and pertaining to SKS.
    • Alpha, ca. 1959-1974. People and subjects (often topics discussed by CSDI). Boxes 31-34.
    • Chronological, ca. 1960-1971. Includes memos, papers, presentations and speeches by SKS, most relating to dialogue discussions and other CSDI events; also files re the Roof article on economics for Encyclopaedia Britannica. Boxes 35-36.
    • Correspondence, ca. 1959-1970. In/out. Re CSDI matters. Boxes 36-37.
    • Economics, ca. 1961-1964. Includes Encyclopaedia Britannica files for Roof article on economics. Box 37.
    • Los Angeles, ca. 1964-1970. Mainly re CSDI members and events in L.A. Box 38.
    Series IV: Congressional Campaign, 1966 and 1968 [Santa Barbara]. SKS ran twice, unsuccessfully, on an anti-war platform. Includes campaign and political topic files. Box 39.
    Series V: Correspondence. Correspondence also is contained in many other series.
    • Important, ca. 1985-1996. Outgoing, arranged alphabetically by surname of recipient. Individual letters that SKS deemed important, along with related articles and other material. Includes Mario Cuomo, David Gardner, Albert Gore, Tom Hayden, Jesse Jackson, Edward Kennedy, Norman Lear, Howard Metzenbaum, Paul Simon, Barbra Streisand, John Warner, and Harold Willens. Box 40.
    • Alphabetical, ca. 1960s-1990s. In/out. Individuals and organizations/projects/interests. Includes David E. Apter, Georgi Arbatov, Samuel R. Berger, Edmund G. Brown, CIA, William O. Douglas, Joan B. Kroc, Maggie Papandreou, Richard Parker, Shimon Peres, and Paul C. Warnke. Boxes 41-45.
    • Chronological, 1960-2007. By year, then month. Early files outgoing correspondence only; later files in/out, with some accompanying materials. Boxes 46-65.
    • Sub Files, 1960s-2003. Includes outgoing correspondence and related clippings, Boxes 66-68.
    • Miscellaneous, ca. 1954-2008. By year, incoming and outgoing. Boxes 69-77. See also: Additions, Boxes 372-379.
    Series VI: Economics.
    • General, ca. 1980s-1990s. Alphabetical - includes events, some individuals, issues, and organizations. Boxes 78-81.
    • Economists' Writings, ca. 1980s-mid 2000s. Alphabetical by surname - with articles and other writings by/about prominent economists and others re economic issues, and correspondence to/from SKS. Includes Kofi Annan, Jacques Barzun, Daniel Bell, Ben S. Bernanke, Carl Bernstein, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, David S. Broder, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Warren E. Buffett, Lou Cannon, Noam Chomsky, Richard G. Darman, Morris Dees, Alan Dershowitz, Peter Drucker, Paul Ehrlich, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Dick Flacks, Betty Friedan, Milton Friedman, Carlos Fuentes, James K. Galbraith, Leslie H. Gelb, David Gergen, Mikhail Gorbachev, Alan Greenspan, David Halberstam, Tom Hayden, Robert L. Heilbroner, Wallter W. Heller, Jim Hightower, Christopher Hitchens, George F. Kennan, John Maynard Keynes, Charles Krauthammer, Irving Kristol, Christopher Lasch, Bernard Lewis, Charles Lindbergh, Seymour Martin Lipset, Eugene J. McCarthy, Robert S. McNamara, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Ralph Nader, Richard M. Nixon, Sandra Day O'Connor, Olof Palme, Anna Quindlen, James Reston, David Rieff, Jeffrey Sachs, William Safire, Carl Sagan, Paul A. Samuelson, David A. Stockman, Lawrence H. Summers, James Tobin, Alvin and Heidi Toffler, Paul Tsongas, Barbara W. Tuchman, Thorstein Veblen, Nicholas Von Hoffman, Cornel West, George F. Will, and Garry Wills. Boxes 82-89.
    • Major Economics/Economists, ca. latter 1970s-mid 2000s. Alphabetical by surname. Correspondence (in/out) and related articles. Includes files re John Kenneth Galbraith, Richard B. Parker, Sol Price, Robert B. Reich, Casey V. and Derek Shearer, and Joseph Stiglitz. Boxes 90-95.
    Series VII: Greece - Papandreou (Andreas - Prime Minister, 1981-1989, 1993-1996). SKS was a longtime friend of Andreas Papandreou and helped arrange his release from arrest, on trumped up charges, by the Greek junta during the 1967 military coup.
    • General, 1966-2004. Arranged chronologically, primarily articles and clippings, reports, some correspondence. Boxes 96-97.
    • Alphabetical, ca. 1960s-2000s. Includes articles, correspondence, reports and other, esp. for Andreas Papandreou and Margaret (Maggie) Papandreou, and for individuals and topics/events such as Athens Economic Conference, CIA-Greek Coup, Five Continent Peace Initiative, Greece Economy, Greek Relief Committee, PAK (Panhellenic Liberation Movement), and George A. Papandreou. Boxes 98-108.
    Series VIII: Israel and Jews, ca. 1970s-2000s. Articles, correspondence, reports, and other material re Israeli and American Jewish leaders, organizations, and issues, arranged alphabetically. Includes files for American Jewish Congress, Foundation for Middle East Peace, Friends of Israel Committee, Jewish Defense Leaague, Jewish Peace Lobby, Tzipi Livni, Benjamin Netanyahu, Ehud Olmert, Jonathan Pollard, Ariel Sharon, United Jewish Appeal, Union for Reform Judaism, Ezer Weizman, Elie Wiesel, World Jewish Congress, and Zionist Organization of America. Boxes 109-124.
    Series IX: Issues. Also causes, movements, organizations, people, projects, and subjects that SKS was interested in and supported; some other major issues and organizations with larger holdings are listed separately. Includes articles, clippings, correspondence, proposals, and reports.
    • General, ca. 1970-2008. Less than a box each, arranged alphabetically. Includes Americans for Peace Now, Kofi Annan, Anti-Semitism, Barbra Streisand Foundation, Black Panthere Party, Brennan Center for Justice, Californians Against Political Corruption, CIA, Citizens for Tax Justice, Geoffrey Cowan, Alan Cranston, Mario M. Cuomo and Andrew M. Cuomo, Nathan Gardels, Mikhail Gorbachev, David Horowitz, Dolores Huerta, Arianna Huffington, John Birch Society, [Lyndon] LaRouche, Norman Lear, Nelson Mandela, Michael Manley, Media Bias, Bill Moyers, Nuclear Cooperation, Richard Parker, Police/FBI, Colin Powell, Rainbow Push, Santa Barbara, Scientology, SDS (Students for a Democratic Society), Susan Sontag, Tri-Lateral Commission, Tuesday Knights, War Crimes, and World War II - Philippines. Boxes 125-147.
    • Activists, ca. 1973-2006. Includes American Jewish World Service, Amnesty International, Marlon Brando, Helen Caldicott, Center for Cuban Studies, Chicanos, Energy, Dick Flacks, Jane Fonda, Friends of the Earth, Gay Community Services Center, Stephen W. Hawking, Lillian Hellman, Jim Hightower, Gregory Hines, Alger Hiss, Christopher Hitchens, David Krieger, Peter Marin, Ralph Nader, Pacifica Foundation, Daniel Schorr, Budd Schulberg, Social Security, Terrorism, Women, and Women's Lobby. Boxes 148-153.
    • Assassinations, ca. 1965-1992. Includes correspondence (mostly to SKS), articles, and other materials re the JFK and RFK assassinations and investigative analyses, findings, and theories. Box 154.
    • Better World Society, ca. 1987-1991. Washington, D.C. based anti-nuclear, pro peace organization founded by Ted Turner and others. SKS was a trustee. Includes articles, correspondence, memos, and programs. Box 155.
    • Businessmen's Educational Fund / Harold Willens, 1969-1985. L.A. based group, with Willens as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. SKS was a trustee. Includes correspondence, memos, clippings, and reports. Arranged chronologically, by year. Box 156.
    • Center for Law in the Public Interest (CLIPI), ca. 1975-2002. L.A. based non-profit public interest law firm. SKS was on the board. Files contain board packets, briefs, financial reports, and other. Box 157.
    • Committee for Improving Teacher Education (CITE), ca. 1958-1966. Based in Santa Barbara, SKS executive director, early 1960s. Includes correspondence, legislation and research files. Boxes 158-159.
    • Countries, ca. 1975-2003. Arranged alphabetically by country, mainly re Cuba (incl. SKS trips of 1995 and 1999), Tibet and USSR. Mostly articles/clippings and reports, some correspondence (in/out). Boxes 160-163, 368-370.
    • Energy Action Committee, ca 1975-1983. Group of private individuals that SKS helped organize to fight against the "corrupt arrangement of government and private monopoly" to create artificially high energy prices. Oct. 1, 1975 letter sets out the organizational structure of the committee. Includes articles, correspondence (in/out), memoranda, reports, and statements. Boxes 164-166.
    • George Washington Project, ca. 1974-1976, 1996, 2000. Film project, with filmmaker Michael Wadleigh. SKS was involved in financing and tapped his Hollywood connections, but the film apparently was never made. Includes correspondence, financial and legal documents, and screenplay. Box 167.
    • Gleitsman Foundation, 1990-2006. Alan L. Gleitsman on Board of Directors, SKS on Board of Judges. Contains files for Citizen Activist Awards. Boxes 168-169.
    • Harrington, Michael, ca. 1974-1999. President of the Institute for Democratic Socialism, activist, and author. SKS and Harrington had been colleagues at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Includes correspondence, articles, reports, and other, by and about Harrington. Box 170.
    • Human Rights Watch, ca. 1987-2003. International non-governmental organization that conducts research and advocacy on human rights. Offices in L.A. and elsewhere. SKS was a board member and founded the west coast affiliate of the Human Rights Watch in 1989. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), fact sheets, newsletters, and reports. Boxes 171-172.
    • Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) - Washington, D.C., ca. 1969-2007. Progressive think tank focusing on U.S. foreign policy, domestic policy, human rights, international economics, and national security. SKS was on the board. Mainly chronological - includes board meeting packets, correspondence, financial statements, and reports. Box 173.
    • Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) - UC, ca. 1989-1999. Carries out research and training in topic areas related to international conflict and cooperation. SKS was on the board. Box 174.
    • Intelligence, latter 1960s-1990s. Includes files for CIA, FBI, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and Korean Air Lines (KAL) Flight 007. Boxes 175-178.
    • International Center for Peace in the Middle East (ICPME), mainly 1982-2006. SKS has been a board member of ICPME in Tel Aviv since 1982. Americans for Peace Now, or Peace Now, is a support group for ICPME. SKS has been a board member since 1988. Also includes Norman Lear's involvement. Boxes 179-182.
    • Isla Vista, ca. 1970-1971. Student community adjacent to UCSB. Box 183.
    • Jackson, Jesse, ca. 1984-1988. Includes Jackson's efforts to promote peace in the Middle East. Boxes 184-185.
    • Milken Institute, 1997, 2001, 2005-2006. Independent economic think tank founded in 1991 by Michael Milken and based in Santa Monica, CA. Includes briefing books, conference proceedings, and reports, mainly on Israel economics. Box 186.
    • The Nation, ca. 1977-2007. SKS a financial supporter and limited partner. Includes correspondence, newsletters, clippings, some issues of The Nation. Box 187.
    • New Jewish Agenda, 1981-1991. A progressive multi-issue membership organization, with about 50 chapters across the U.S., commited to civil rights for all, espeically those marginalized within the mainstream Jewish community. Known for its stances on the rights of Palestinians and Lesbian and Gay Jews. SKS was a national board advisory member and also on the Western advisory board. Arranged by year. Includes articles, correspondence, financial reports, memoranda, newsletters, press releases. Box 188.
    • Nuclear, ca. 1981-1998. Includes correspondence, articles, memos, and reports on nuclear arms, nuclear energy and environment, and nuclear freeze. Boxes 189-190.
    • Pacific Council on International Policy - USC, 1993-1998. International affairs organization focused on policy issues of special interest to the West Coast. Includes articles, correspondence, memoranda, and reports. Box 191.
    • People for the American Way (PAW or PFAW), ca. 1980-2002. Progressive advocacy group, founded by Norman Lear. SKS also was closely involved in the founding and development of the organization. Includes articles/clippings, bulletins, correspondence (in/out), fundraising files, memos, and reports. Boxes 192-194.
    • Santa Barbara Legal Defense Center, Inc., 1970-1978. SKS and Kit Tremaine provided financial support. Arranged by year. Includes bylaws, correspondence, financial statements, minutes, and reports. Box 195.
    • Scheer, Robert, ca. 1965-2002 (excluding interviews, which are in Pers/Bio). Journalist and longtime associate of SKS, dating back to Vietnam War era. Includes articles by/about and correspondence. Boxes 196-197.
    • Task Force for Peace, 1970-1971. Created to raise funds for candidates for political offices. Includes artaicles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), financial statements, mailings, minutes, proposals, and reports. Box 198.
    • Tuesday Knights, 1973, 1977-1989. L.A. social/issues group, SKS a long-time member. Includes correspondence (in), meeting announcements and proceedings, memos, newsletters, and rosters. Arranged chronologically. Box 199.
    • Wilson, William, 1978-1991, 1998. California rancher, UC Regent, and Ambassador to the Vatican. Mainly correspondence and newspaper articles re his claims that the ACLU was linked to organized crime and resignation of his ambassadorship after an unauthorized secret meeting with Muammar Gaddafi. Box 200.
    Series X: Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Commission. Mainly relating to the aftermath of the Rodney King and related LAPD officer trials. SKS was Commissioner, then President of the Board of Police Commissioners, City of Los Angeles, 1991-1993.
    • General.
      • Chronological, 1975-2002. Mainly newspaper clippings. Boxes 201-205.
      • Alphabetical. Correspondence, articles, memoranda, newsletters, plans, reports, and transcripts. Includes files for ACLU, Ad Hoc Committee on the Independent Commission Report, After-Action Report '92, Anti-Terrorist Division, Board of Police Commissioners, Brutality, Choke Hold, Christopher Commission, CID (Police Commission Investigation Division), Citizen Complaints, Citizens Committee, City Council, Community Oriented Policing, Deployment, Deputy Chiefs, Discipline, Excessive Force, Daryl F. Gates, Rodney King, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept., Los Angeles Police Protective League, Police Commissioners, Richard Riordan, Riot Manual, Riots, Tactical Manual, William H. Webster, and Willie Williams. Boxes 206-226.
    • Legal. Includes numerous lawsuits filed against Daryl F. Gates, et al. Boxes 227-231.
    • Police Foundation (Washington, D.C.), 1992-2005. Provides research, technical assistance, and communications programs regarding police organizations; acts as a catalyst for change and an advocate for new ideas. William H. Webster, Chair of the Board; Hubert Williams, President; SKS, Board Member. Includes board files, correspondence, nominations, and reports. Boxes 232-234.
    Series XI: Middle East. Mainly articles/clippings and correspondence. General. Boxes 235-239.
    • Egypt. Box 240.
    • Iran. Box 240.
    • Iraq. Box 241.
    • Jordan. Mainly files re King Hussein and Queen Noor, with whom SKS maintained a close relationship. Box 241.
    • Kuwait. Box 242.
    • Lebanon. Box 242.
    • Palestinians. Includes numerous files re Yasser Arafat and Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO). Boxes 242-249.
    • Saudi Arabia. Box 249.
    • Stockholm. Mainly files re SKS' role in the Middle East peace process and the "Stockholm Five" (five American Jewish leaders) who met with Yasser Arafat in Stockholm in 1988. Boxes 249-250.
    • Syria. Box 251.
    • Turkey. Box 251.
    Series XII: New Perspectives Quarterly. SKS is chair of the board of directors and founding publisher of NPQ, successor to the Center Magazine [CSDI]. NPQ webpage at: http://digitalnpq.org/ 
    • General.
      • Chronological, 1985-1998, 2000. Includes files for individual NPQ issues. Boxes 252-253.
      • Alphabetical, ca. 1984-2003. Includes correspondence, addresses/speeches, articles/clippings, interviews, press releases, and reports. Boxes 254-257.
    • Global Viewpoint. International weekly commentary and interview service produced for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate/Tribune Media by NPQ. Nathan Gardels is editor.
      • Writers' Correspondence, ca. 1991-2002. To/from, sometimes with writers' assistants only, mainly re requests to write articles or be interviewed for Global Viewpoint; arranged alphabetically by surname. Includes Koffi Annan, Yasir Arafat, Jean Bertrand Aristide, James Baker III, Sandy Berger, Isaiah Berlin, Carl Bernstein, Benazir Bhutto, Willy Brandt, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter, Fidel Castro, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Jacques Cousteau, Jacques Derrida, Vicente Fox, Milton Friedman, Carlos Fuentes, John Kenneth Galbraith, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Bill Gates, Robert Gates, Frank Gehry, David Gergen, Boutros Ghali, Newt Gingrich, Mikhail Gorbachev, Al Gore, Gunther Grass, Alexander Haig, David Halberstam, King Hassan II, Vaclav Havel, Stephen Hawking, Robert Heilbroner, Arianna Huffington, King Hussein, Saddam Hussein, Ivan Illich, Steve Jobs, George Kennan, Edward Kennedy, Jack Kevorkian, Kim Dae Jung, Kenneth Kaunda, Coretta Scott King, Neil Kinnock, Jeane Kirkpatrick, Henry Kissinger, F. W. de Klerk, Ted Koppel, Paul Krugman, Dalai Lama, John Le Carre, Norman Lear, Spike Lee, Mario Vargas Llosa, Richard Lugar, Naguib Mahfouz, Nelson Mandela, Robert McNamara, Edwin Meese, Angela Merkel, Czeslaw Milosz, George Mitchell, Bill Moyers, Patrick Moynihan, Hosni Mubarak, Robert Mugabe, Haruki Murakami, Ralph Nader, V. S. Naipaul, Richard Nixon, Olusegun Obasanjo, Kenzaburo Oe, Andreas and Margarita Papandreou, Octavio Paz, Ross Perot, Shimon Peres, Sydney Pollack, Colin Powell, Vladimir Purtin, Condoleezza Rice, Bill Richardson, David Rockefeller, Donald Rumsfeld, Carl Sagan, Edward Said, Pierre Salinger, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., James Schlesinger, Helmut Schmidt, Gerhrd Schroeder, Brent Scowcroft, George Shultz, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Susan Sontag, Wole Soyinka, Gloria Steinem, David Stockman, Barbra Streisand, Kim Il Sung, Edward Teller, Alvin and Heidi Toffler, Stansfield Turner, Desmond Tutu, Cyrus Vance, Gore Vidal, Paul Volcker, Casper Weinberger, William Childs Westmoreland, Elie Wiesel, Paul Wolflowitz, and Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Boxes 258-262.
      • Writings. Copies of articles appearing in U.S. and international newspapers. Boxes 263-272.
    • NPQ Journals, Fall 1994-Winter 2000. Copies of NPQ, arranged chronologically. Box 273.
    • NPQ Reprints. Articles from NPQ, reprinted elsewhere. Boxes 274-275.
    • Reviews and Citations of NPQ Publications. Boxes 276-277.
    Series XIII: Pentagon Papers / Daniel Ellsberg Case. SKS organized the Pentagon Papers-Daniel Ellsberg Defense Team, and raised nearly one million dollars for the successful defense.
    • General, bulk 1972-1973. Mainly printed materials about Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers.
      • Alphabetical. Boxes 278-280.
      • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Box 281.
      • Bill of Rights Foundation (BORF). Box 281.
      • Ellsberg Defense Fund, Inc. (EDF). Box 281.
      • Pentagon Papers Fund for Human and Civil Rights, Inc. (also Pentagon Papers Fund; PPF). Boxes 281-282.
      • PP and EDF. Box. 282.
      • Miscellany. Box 283.
    • Articles, Interviews, Press Releases, Specials. Arranged alphabetically by title, some lacking dates, ca. 1965-2005. Box 284.
    • Clipping Files. About the Pentagon Papers trial, arranged by title of newspaper/magazine, ca. 1971-1973. Box 285.
    • Trial Documents, bulk 1971-1973. Boxes 286-287.
    Series XIV: Politics. Includes articles, correspondence, flyers, memoranda, reports, and related material, both at California state level and national level.
    • General. Articles/clippings and correspondence (in/out).
      • Alphabetical, ca. 1980-2006. Mainly subjects and organizations. Boxes 288-289.
      • Chronological, 1976, 1986, 1988, 1994. Boxes 290-291.
    • Bush (George W.) Administration. Mainly articles/clippings. Box 292.
    • Campaign Finance Reform. Mainly articles/clippings, some correspondence (in/out). Boxes 293-295.
    • Clinton / Gore Administration, ca. 1988-2004. Mainly articles/clippings, some correspondence (in/out). Boxes 296-300.
    • Democrats, bulk 1982-2006. Mainly articles/clippings and correspondence (in/out). Box 301.
    • Democrats for Change - 1980. Effort to dump Carter in 1980 election. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), financial datea, and regulations. Box 302.
    • Personal Friends (Political Arena), ca. 1975-2006. Mainly articles/clippings and correspondence (in/out). Includes files for Edward Asner, Warren Beatty, William Benton, Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Mike Farrell, Jules Feiffer, Dick Flacks, John Kenneth Galbraith, David Geffen, Don NHenley, Norman Mailer, George Mitchell, Sydney Pollack, Robert Redford, William H. Rehnquist, Gore Vidal, and Mike Wallace. Boxes 303-308.
    • Politicos, ca. 1980-2006. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), newsletters, and reports. Mainly politicians, elected and appointed officials, lobbyists, and political analysts. Includes files for John Anderson, Phil Angelides, Bruce Babbitt, Lee Baca, James Baker, Julian Bond, David E. Bonior, Erskine Bowles, Barbara Boxer, Bill Bradley, Jerry Brown, Willie Lewis Brown, Jr., Patrick J. Buchanan, Dale Bumpers, John L. Burton, George H. W. Bush, Walter Holden Capps, Jimmy Carter, Al Checci, Liz Cheney, Frank Church, Henry Cisneros, Wesley Clark, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, William S. Cohen, Alan Cranston, Mario Cuomo, Tom Daschle, Howard Dean, John Dean, Ron Dellums, Chris Dodd, Robert Dole, John Edwards, Rahm Emanuel, Russ Feingold, Dianne Feinstein, Barney Frank, John Garamendi, Gil Garcetti, Richard A. Gephardt, Newt Gingrich, Rudolph Giuliani, John Glenn, Al Haig, Lee H. Hamilton, Tom Harkin, Pamela C. Harriman, Gary Hart, Dennis Hastert, Tom Hayden, Jesse Helms, Jim Hightower, Michael Huffington, Henry Jackson, Jesse Jackson, Lyndon B. Johnson, Jack Kemp, Edward Kennedy, Bob Kerrey, John Kerry, Henry A. Kisinger, Dennis Kucinich, Tom Lantos, Patrick Leahy, Carl Levin, John Lewis, Joseph Lieberman, John McCain, Eugene McCarthy, George McGovern, Walter Mondale, Pat Moynihan, Sam Nunn, David Obey, Jack O'Connell, Sanra Day O'Connor, Thomas P. O'Neill, Nancy Pelosi, H. Ross Perot, Dan Quayle, Charles B. Rangel, Ronald Reagan, Bill Richardson, Richard J. Riordan, Charles E. Schumer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Paul Simon, Larry Summers, Art Torres, Harry Truman, Donald J. Trump, Paul Tsongas, John Vasconcellos, Antonio R. Villaraigosa, Harold Washington, Maxine Waters, Henry A. Waxman, Paul D. Wellstone, and Andrew Young. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), newsletters, and reports. Boxes 309-325.
    Series XV: Ramparts Magazine, mainly 1965-1974. Files re SKS' involvement with Ramparts Magazine, as director on the board, associate editor, and financial supporter (with wife Betty). Includes correspondence, board minutes, financial reports, articles, and other. Ramparts was the magazine that published the Stanley K. Sheinbaum and Robert Scheer article on CIA involvement in the Michigan State Vietnam Project in the 1950s, which Sheinbaum had headed until 1959 (see April 1966 issue of Ramparts). See also: MSU and Vietnam Files. Boxes 326-327.
    Series XVI: University of California Regents. SKS was a Regent of the University of California, 1977-1989. During this time, two of the most important issues facing the Regents were divestiture of investments in companies operating in apartheid-era South Africa (which SKS supported) and the continuing role of UC in running nuclear weapons research laboratories for the federal government (which SKS opposed).
    • General, 1977-1999. Includes articles/clippings, bios, correspondence (in/out), and reports. Boxes 328-332.
    • Audit, ca. 1980-1989. Mainly Committee on Audit files. Box 333.
    • Correspondence, ca. 1977-1989. Alphabetical and chronological. Boxes 333-335.
    • Laboratories - Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos, ca. 1978-1987. Managed and operated by the University of California, directly or as a limited partner. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), hearings, reports, studies, and testimony. Boxes 336-345.
    • Regents - Names, ca. 1982-1989. Alphabetical by surname. Includes articles/clippings, bios, and correspondence (in/out). Boxes 346-347.
    • South Africa, ca. early 1970s-late 1980s [bulk latter 1970s-mid 1980s]. Files kept by SKS mainly during his tenure as UC Regent [1977-1989], at a time when UC was involved in divestment of South African investments, due to the political situation there. Files include correspondence, annual and other reports, newspaper and magazine articles, committee minutes, information gathered by SKS during a Nov-Dec. 1978 trip to Africa, and other. A few files relate to other African countries such as Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Boxes 348-354.
    • UC Campuses, ca. 1980-1991. Arranged by campus. ca. 1980-1991. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (mostly in), financial and project statements, and reports. Boxes 355-357.
    • UC President - Gardner, David P., ca. 1982-1995. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), and financial data mainly about compensation and housing issues. Box 358.
    Series XVII: Vietnam and Cambodia. Includes trip to Cambodia and Michigan State University - Vietnam Project files.
    • Cambodia, ca. 1965-1978. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), 1966 trip background, notes, and photos. Box 359.
    • Vietnam, ca. 1954-1997.
      • Chronological. Includes articles, background information, correspondence, reports. Boxes 359-361.
      • Alphabetical. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), hearings, newsletters, speeches, and teach-ins. Boxes 361-363.
      • Michigan State University - Vietnam Project. SKS was Coordinator of the Vietnam Project, 1957-1959. Includes articles/clippings, correspondence (in/out), organization files, reports, and testimony. Boxes 363-364.
    Series XVIII: Photographs.
    • Original Prints. Seven 8x10 b/w, SKS and Betty, with others such as Julian Bond and Sydney Pollack. Box 365.
    Series XIX: Oversize.
    • Artifact. Hoover for President metal sign, [ca. 1928 or 1932]. Box 366.
    • Bio/Personal. Includes awards and recognitions, congressional race campaign posters. Box 366.
    • LAPD. Three spiral-bound composites of LAPD stories, L.A. Daily News, 1990-1991. Box 366.
    • Pentagon Papers. Newsclippings mounted on large sheets. Box 366.
    • Photographs. Includes SKS, family and friends; Cambodia color print and photograph album. Box 367.
    Series XX: Audiovisual Items.
    • Audio.
      • Open Reel. 1972. 2 items.
      • Audiocassettes. Arranged chronologically, 1964-2002, n.d. Includes SKS speeches, comments, and other re CSDI, Greece and Andreas Papandreou, Israel and PLO, UC Regents, and Rodney King affair. 109 items.
      • Microcassettes. Alan Jolis interviews of SKS associates. 18 items.
    • Videocassettes.
      • Beta. Arranged chronologically - 1979-1989, n.d. Mainly SKS on tv news programs. 25 items.
      • Betacam SP. Margarita Papandreou on SKS, interviewed by Jodi Cahn, Oct. 16, 1998. 1 item.
      • VHS. Arranged chronologically - 1979-2004. Many re awards to SKS, speeches by SKS, and SKS on LA tv news re LAPD Commission and Rodney King. 168 items.
      • U-matic. Arranged chronologically, 1983-1984. Mainly re George McGovern presidential campaign and fundraising. 4 items.
      • 2". 1972 McGovern presidential campaign - L.A. telethon. 8 items.
    • 16mm Film
      • Pentagon Papers Peace Project - 1 reel, b/w, ca. 1970s. 1 item.
    Series XXI: Additions to the Collection, 2012- .
    • Mar. 2012 Addition.
      • ACLU, ca.2006-2010. Includes awards,correspondence, board memos, invitations, programs, reports, and other. Box 371.
      • Correspondence - Recent. Arranged alphabetically, ca. 1980-2011 [bulk 2000-2008]. Also includes articles, emails, invitations, mailings, programs, prospectii, and reports. Related files for many of these individuals may be found in other parts of the collection. Boxes 372-379.
    • May 2012 Addition.
      • 1960s Files. Box 380.
      • 1970s Files. Box 381.
      • 1980s-1990s Files. Mostly files on Star Wars and nuclear deterrence. Box 382.
      • China. 1970s trips. Box 383.
      • Presidio Savings and Loan Association (Santa Barbara). SKS was a director. Box 384.
      • University of California Regents. Mostly financial, incl. investments and salaries. Box 385.
    List of acronyms:
    • ACLU = American Civil Liberties Union
    • BEF = Businessmen's Education Fund
    • BEM = Business Executives Move
    • BORF = Bill of Rights Foundation
    • BWS = Better World Society
    • CEP = Council of Economic Priorities
    • CITE = Committee for Improving Teacher Education
    • CSDI = Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
    • EDF = Ellsberg Defense Fund, Inc.
    • EPI = Economic Policy Institute
    • ICPME = International Center for Peace in the Middle East
    • LAPD = Los Angeles Police Department
    • NCPA = National Center for Policy Alternatives
    • NPQ = New Perspectives Quarterly
    • PAW = People for the American Way
    • PPF = Pentagon Papers Fund for Human and Civil Rights, Inc.
    • SKS = Stanley K. Sheinbaum

    Indexing Terms

    The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
    American Civil Liberties Union.
    Cambodia.
    Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
    Economics.
    Ellsberg, Daniel.
    Greece.
    International relations.
    Israel.
    Los Angeles (Calif.). Police Dept.
    Middle East.
    Papandreou, Andreas A.
    Pentagon Papers.
    Politics.
    Sheinbaum, Stanley K.
    University of California (System)
    Vietnam.