Writings, correspondence, memoranda, schedules, legal and financial records, printed matter, sound recordings, and video tape,
relating to conservatism and the mass media in the United States. Includes papers of David Horowitz, founder and president
of the Center.
The Center for the Study of Popular Culture, based in Los Angeles, California, was founded in 1988 by David Horowitz, president
of the Center since the beginning, and Peter Collier, his associate.
124 manuscript boxes.
(74 linear feet)
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include sound recordings, video recordings, and motion picture film. Hoover staff will determine whether use copies of the
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