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Register of the Paul Crouch Papers, 1925-1958
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Box 1.

Subpoena to Paul Crouch to appear March 6, 1953, at Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C.

 

Typewritten manuscript entitled "Brief History of the Communist Movement in North and South Carolina" by Paul Crouch

 

Typewritten manuscript entitled "Communism in Latin America" by Paul Crouch

 

Typewritten manuscript entitled "The Organizational Structure of the Communist Movement" by Paul and Sylvia Crouch

 

Testimony before the Florida Legislative Investigating Commission and the U.S. Senate Subcommittee, Washington, D.C.

 

Correspondence

 

Testimony and biographical information concerning Sylvia Crouch

 

Miscellaneous handwritten, typewritten, and mimeographed materials

Box 2.

Miscellaneous handwritten, typewritten, and mimeographed materials

 

Documents refuting charges against Paul Crouch

 

Text of various Crouch testimony

 

Photocopy of resolutions made at the 6th World Congress of the Communist International- 1928

 

Originals and photocopies of "The New South," 1938-1939

 

Photocopies of the "Young Worker," 1925-1928

Box 3-4.

File cards and lists of persons known to Paul Crouch as CPUSA members

Box 5.

Newspapers clippings relating to Paul Crouch

 

1945-1950

Box 6.

1951-1953

Box 7.

1954

Box 8.

1954-1955

Box 9-15.

Newspaper clippings pertaining to Paul Crouch testimony before the U.S. Senate Internal Security Sub-Committee

Box 15.

Clippings dealing with the trial of Harry Bridges

 

Communism in Hawaii during the 1950's

Box 16.

Communism in Hawaii during the 1950's

 

Miscellaneous documents, reports, manuscripts, clippings, etc., regarding the political careers of Paul and Sylvia Crouch

Box 17.

Typewritten manuscript, "Broken Chains," by Paul Crouch, describing his career in the U.S. Communist Party, 1925-1942