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Finding Aid for the John Gregory Dunne papers, 1962-1967, bulk 1966-1967
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Research files. 1965-1967

Scope and Content Note

Includes mainly clippings, magazines, protest materials from the AFL-CIO, reports, and official statements. Not written by Dunne, El Malcriado, The Grapes: Communist Wrath in Delano by Gary Allen, The California Farmer, Life, The Nation, The Agenda, The Advocate, The New Republic, Rampants and others.
All of Dunne's collected research materials including fliers, pamphlets, administrative letters, advertisements, public relations letters, NFWA song lyrics, and photographs of Reverend Salandini.
Notable names from this series include Edmund Pat Brown, Steve Allen, and Cesar Chavez. Includes additional material relating to the area of the Delano: a telephone book, ephemera, maps, etc. Clippings regarding Lee Meyers, Dunn's typewritten and handwritten daily notes.
Box 2

Printed Materials (I). 1960-1967

Scope and Contents notes

Includes publications not written by Dunne. The Grapes: Communist Wrath in Delano by Gary Allen, The California Farmer, Life, The Nation, The Agenda, The Advocate, The New Republic, Rampants and others.
Box 3, Folder 6

Printed Materials (II). 1962-1967

Scope and Content Note

Includes all materials gathered by Dunne about the Boycott. Fliers, pamphlets, administrative letters, Steve Allen advertisement, public relations letters, NFWA song lyrics, clippings and photographs of Reverend Salandini. Official statements and testimony. Notable names from this file include Edmund Pat Brown nd R.P. Moore. Also included are fact finding commission reports, conference reports, resolutions, and press conference statements.
Box 4

Printed Materials (III-V). 1965-1967

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to the are of Delano, CA: a telephone book, ephemera, maps, annual reports, Kern county tourist materials, addresses, Dunne's handwritten notes (includes spiral notebooks). Also copies of press releases and public relations correspondence from the Di Giorgio corporation, Schendley Corporation, and clippings regarding Lee Meyers.
Box 3, Folder 1

Citizens for Facts. 1966

Scope and Content Note

Included are statements, testimony, newsletters, correspondence from the Archdiocese of San Francisco and others.
Box 3, Folder 5

Teamsters Election. 1966

Box 3, Folder 2

El Malcriado. 1966-1967

Material Specific Details note: Included are issues numbers 27-33, 35-41, 43a, 43, 53, and March 1, 1967. All issues are in English.
Box 3, Folder 7

Notes 110pp. 1966-1967

Scope and Content Note

Various clippings and Dunne's typewritten and handwritten daily notes.
Box 1, Folder 1

Statements Before Special CA State Senate Agriculture Committee Hearing. 1966

Scope and Content Note

Contains Di Giorgio's official position, pamphlets and fliers, copy of correspondence written by Cesar Chavez, clippings from 1967, telegrams, Schenley Industries materials.
Box 1

Delano writings. 1965-1967

Physical Description: 2.0 folders

Scope and Contents

Materials relating to the publishing of Delano. Including Dunne's correspondence, publishing materials include book jacket proofs and author photographs, galley, author's cut, and manuscript. Also included are Dunne's expenses and book reviews.
 

Correspondence. 1965-1967

Scope and Content Note

Notable correspondence is with Cesar Chavez, Simon and Schuster, Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, Brandt and Brandt, Di Giorgio, letters to the editor of the Saturday Evening Post, and Joan Didion.
Box 2, Folders 3-5

Publishing materials. 1966-1967

Scope and Content Note

Includes book jacket proofs and author photographs, galley, author's cut, and manuscript. Also included are Dunne's expenses and book reviews.
Box 1

Other writings. 1967

Scope and Contents

Other writings from John Gregory Dunne. Saturday Evening Post articles from March and November of 1967 written about the Grape Strike and contained in the correspondence are letters to the editor regarding criticism for these articles.