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MARC Bibliographic Record

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035    $9WIHVH3000-A
035    $a(OCoLC)ocn173692591
035    $a(Whi)561-arcatdb
035    $a(EXLNZ-01UWI_NETWORK)999465382002121
040    $aWHi$beng$edacs$cWHSAR$dWHSAR
049    $aWHSA
052    $a4360
072 _7 $2NHPRC$aPA-Motion Picture Collections
072 _7 $aSA$2NHPRC
072 _7 $aPO$2NHPRC
072 _7 $aPA$2NHPRC
072 _7 $aUS$2NHPRC
079    $a(OCoLC)ocn173692591
099    $aU.S. Mss 31AN
099    $aAudio 297A
099    $aLot A106
110 2_ $aHollywood Democratic Committee.
245 10 $aHollywood Democratic Committee records,$f1942-1950.
300    $a3.2$fc.f. (8 archives boxes)
300    $a17$ftape recordings, and
300    $aphotographs; plus
300    $3additions of$a6$ftape recordings
336    $aunspecified$bzzz$2rdacontent
337    $aunspecified$bz$2rdamedia
338    $aunspecified$bzu$2rdacarrier
520    $aPapers of the Hollywood Democratic Committee (HDC), a group organized in 1943 to support the programs and re-election of Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1945 it re-formed as the Hollywood Independent Citizens of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions; in 1946 it became the Arts, Sciences, and Professions Council of the Progressive Citizens of Southern California; and finally, in 1948, the group withdrew from PCA and organized as the non-partisan National Council of Arts, Sciences, and Professions. Throughout its brief existence the group worked in behalf of liberal causes including civil liberties, racial justice, and peace, and it actively supported the Hollywood community against the Dies Committee and the House Committee on Un-American Activities. It was placed on the HUAC list of subversive organizations.
520 8_ $aThe collection contains a history of the organization, statements of policy, minutes, financial records, correspondence, information on national affiliates, publicity and campaign materials, and tape recordings of various events sponsored by the committee. Much of the collection consists of subject files related to wide-ranging political action including such topics as control of atomic weapons, the Bretton Woods agreement, the Hollywood Ten, the film strike of 1945, world peace, opposition to the Zoot suit riots, and relations with political leaders such as Henry Wallace and Harold Ickes and scientists such as Albert Einstein, Linus Pauling, and Harlow Shapley.
520 8_ $aThe processed portion is summarized above and is described in the register. Additional accessions are described below.
540    $aCOPYRIGHT RESTRICTION: MCHC71-156 audio recordings made by the CBC have restricted use.
555 0_ $aRegister to the processed portion.
541 1_ $82.1\a$aPepper, George$eMCHC62-078
583 1_ $82.2\a$aAccessioned$c19010101
583 1_ $82.3\a$aDeaccessioned-processed$c199208$kMattern, Carolyn$n0.8$oc.f.
583 1_ $82.4\a$aDeaccessioned-processed$c199208$n4$otape recordings
541 1_ $83.1\a$aCanadian Broadcasting Corporation$bToronto, Ontario$eMCHC71-156$3Audio tapes of "The Hollywood Ten," made by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, produced by Martin Burke. Qty: 6 large tape recordings.
583 1_ $83.2\a$aAccessioned$b6 tape recordings$c19711231
561    $aPresented by George Pepper, Mexico, D.F., 1962.
600 10 $aRoosevelt, Franklin D.$q(Franklin Delano),$d1882-1945.
600 10 $aWallace, Henry A.$q(Henry Agard),$d1888-1965.
600 10 $aEinstein, Albert,$d1879-1955.
600 10 $aIckes, Harold L.$q(Harold LeClair),$d1874-1952.
600 10 $aPauling, Linus,$d1901-1994.
600 10 $aShapley, Harlow,$d1885-1972.
610 20 $aDemocratic Party (Calif.)
610 20 $aProgressive Citizens of America.
610 10 $aUnited States.$bCongress.$bHouse.$bCommittee on Un-American Activities.
610 10 $aUnited States.$bCongress.$bHouse.$bSpecial Committee on Un-American Activities (1938-1944)
650 _0 $aAfrican Americans$xCivil rights.
650 _0 $aCivil rights$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aCommunism and motion pictures.
650 _0 $aPresidents$zUnited States$xElections, 1944.
650 _0 $aPresidents$zUnited States$xElections, 1948.
650 _0 $aPeace.
650 _0 $aPacifism$zUnited States.
651 _0 $aUnited States$xPolitics and government.
655 _7 $aManuscript collection.$2local
655 _7 $aMinutes.$2aat
655 _7 $aFinancial records.$2aat
655 _7 $aPhotographs.$2aat
655 _7 $aSound recordings.$2aat
690 _0 $aWCFTR-owned.$9LOCAL
710 2_ $aArts, Sciences, and Professions Council of the Progressive Citizens of Southern California.
710 2_ $aHollywood Independent Citizens of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions.
710 2_ $aNational Council of Arts, Sciences, and Professions.
856 42 $uhttp://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/wiarchives.uw-whs-us0031an$zFinding aid available online.
994    $aC0$bWHSAR
997    $aMARCIVE

MMS IDs

Document ID: 999465382002121
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Network Physical IDs: 999465382002121
mms_mad_ids: 995613402122