Preliminary Inventory to the Mark Monday Papers, 1961-1984

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Title: Mark Monday papers
Date (inclusive): 1961-1984
Collection Number: 74063
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 5 manuscript boxes, 2 envelopes, 1 oversize folder, 3 motion picture film reels, 15 phonorecords, 3 phonotape cassettes (2.6 linear feet)
Abstract: Correspondence, writings, news dispatches, reports, bulletins, pamphlets, leaflets, clippings, and photographs, relating to the Minutemen and other right-wing paramilitary groups in the U.S., and to the Irish republican movement in Northern Ireland. Video use copies of motion picture film available.
Location note: Hoover Institution Archives.
Creator: Monday, Mark

Access

Collection open for research. Video use copies of motion picture film available.
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Mark Monday papers, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Accruals

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Acquisition Information

Materials were acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1974.

Biographical/Historical note

American journalist.

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, writings, news dispatches, reports, bulletins, pamphlets, leaflets, clippings, computer disks, and photographs, relating to the Minutemen and other right-wing paramilitary groups in the United States, the Irish republican movement in Northern Ireland, and Islamic extremist movements. Video use copies of motion picture film available.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Anti-communist movements--United States.
Communism.
Ireland.
Irish unification question.
Journalists.
Minutemen.
Moving-pictures.
Northern Ireland--History--1969-
Phonorecords.
Phonotapes.
United States--Politics and government.

Box 1

Introduction describing origin of collection, June 6, 1974.

 

Reports, 1965-1968.

 

Reports made to Phoenix Police Department, Special Investigations, June - October 1965.

 

Training trip to Colorado, August 26 and 27, 1967.

 

Reports to F.B.I. and interviews, 1967-1968.

 

Correspondence, 1966-1968.

 

Communications and notes.

 

Use of ammonium nitrate in high explosives.

 

Development of resistance networks.

 

Organization and leadership.

 

Training courses.

 

Phase 1, Intelligence, security and propaganda.

 

Phase 2, Intelligence.

 

Phase 3, Security.

 

Phase 4, Propaganda.

 

Phase 5, Recruiting.

 

Training course "B", resistance warfare.

 

Bulletins, (publication of the Minutemen). November 1965-October 1967

 

Codes and coded messages.

 

"On Target," (monthly publication of the Minutemen, 1966-1967 1966-1967).

 

Minutemen publications.

 

"Blueprint for Victory."

 

"Guerrila Warfare."

 

"15 Steps to Victory."

 

"The Minutemen."

 

"Principles of Guerrila Warfare."

 

"We shall fight in the Streets."

 

"The Communist Takeover in America."

 

"Encroaching Government Controls."

 

Background news stories on the Minutemen, 1961-1970.

 

Articles by Mark Monday on the Minutemen, 1966-1968.

 

Unpublished manuscript by Mark Monday on the Minutemen.

Box 2

List of supposed Communits, 1967.

 

Memorandum to Paul Dean, concerning the Minutemen, 1968.

 

File cards used by Minutemen in gathering information on suspected Communists, 1965-1968.

 

Map showing sites of Minutemen operations.

 

Pamphlet on explosives.

 

F.B.I. reports on Minutemen, 1968-1969.

 

Notes on Ed Bumgardner, informer for Mark Monday.

 

Material collected by Ed Bumgardner.

 

Patriotic Party.

 

Minutemen.

 

Troy Houghton.

 

Soldiers of the Cross.

 

Miscellaneous material.

 

John Franklin letters.

 

Target.

 

We Will Survive.

 

Secret Army Organization, 1967-1974.

 

Manoeuvers (16 mm motion picture film) undated

Conditions Governing Access note

Use copy reference number: 74063_f_0001046
Box 3-4

Unprocessed papers undated

Box 4

Declassified British government records 1978

Scope and Contents note

Formerly security-classified record of the British government, released in full. Arranged chronologically by date of release by Hoover
Box 4

Record released in 2010 1978

Physical Description note: One folder containing one document