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Register of the Colombian Subject Collection, 1914-2000
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Series Description

Box 1

SUBJECT FILE, 1914-1992

Scope and Content Note

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, flyers, handbills, manifestoes, open letters, campaign literature, note, bulletin, statement, communique and currency, principally relating to political, economic and social conditions. Includes material from political parties and guerrilla movements

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SUBJECT FILE, 1914-1992

Box 1, Folder 1

General. Serial issues, political flyers, commercial handbills, clipping, bibliography, program, announcement, speech, currency (bill with political slogan), mainly relating to political, economic and social conditions, 1965-1992

 

Elections

Folder 2

1949. Campaign literature, posters, manifestoes, leaflets, open letters, statement and explanatory note. Includes evidence of official interference in electoral process, as well as documentation of secret police activities

Folder 3

1990. Reports produced by American analysts, 1990. In English

Folder 4

Guerrilla movements. Serial issues and communique, 1982-1987. Includes material from the Union Camilista - Ejercito de Liberacion Nacional, the Ejercito Popular de Liberacion and the Movimiento 19 de Abril (M-19), as well as a joint declaration by the M-19 and the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC)

Folder 5

Political parties and movements. Serial issues and leaflet, 1965-1988. Includes material from the Partido Comunista de Colombia and the Nuevo Liberalismo and Rojismo movements

Folder 6

Student movements and universities. Bulletin and leaflets, 1964

Folder 7

Trade unions. Serial issues, 1957-1965. Includes material from the Union de Trabajadores de Colombia (UTC)

Folder 8

World War, 1914-1918. Copy of a document describing radio broadcasts during wartime, including a discussion of censorship restrictions, 1914