Consists of selected material remaining from Collins' San Francisco legal practice. Major portion of collection is devoted
to his work as legal representative for the Tule Lake Defense Committee from 1945 to 1960. Includes correspondence, litigation
documents for mass civil and equity suits filed for renunciants, individual case files, and financial files for the Committee's
Also includes Collins' legal files representing his civil liberties and general law practice, including case files and other
materials concerning East Indian deportation, Levering Act/Loyalty Oath controversy, estate files of Astaroth Haskell and
Bruce Porter, and the Berkeley Free Speech Movement. Also includes a small amount of personal papers, including family correspondence,
genealogical, other biographical materials, and ephemera.
Number of containers: 33 boxes, 4 cartons
Linear feet: 18.75
Microfilm: 38 reels
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Collection is open for research.