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Harvard Student Strike and Protest Collection compiled by the Harvard College Class of 1970

Collection Identifier: HUY 187
Overview: In April 1969, Harvard students, acting under the leadership of Students for a Democratic Society, staged a sit-in in University Hall to protest against the Harvard administration. The protest was violently broken up, which pushed thousands of students and professors to strike against classes until the Harvard administration agreed to more open and inclusive communication. During the protest, strike posters and associated apparel in this collection were used as ways to express dissent, announce...

Leverett Franklin Hooper personal archive

Collection Identifier: HUM 317
Overview: This collection contains ephemera, photographs, and related records acquired by Leverett Franklin Hooper while he was a student at Harvard University and serving in the United States Army during World War I. The bulk of the records date from 1914 to 1919 documenting Hooper’s involvement in World War I as a first lieutenant and member of the United States Army 351st Field Artillery Regiment. Also included is Hooper’s Harvard College undergraduate diploma (AB 1915), and Harvard diplomas for...

Joseph LeVow Steinberg personal archive

Collection Identifier: HUM 335
Overview: The Joseph LeVow Steinberg personal archive contains correspondence and student materials chronicling Steinberg’s academic and social life at Harvard College from 1952 to 1959. Also included are Harvard ephemera collected by Steinberg both as a student and alumnus from 1936 to 2012 which document his participation in sport and cultural activities at Harvard College as well as his life-long interest in events at Harvard. Joseph LeVow Steinberg (born 1934), an attorney, received an AB from...

World War I Liberty bonds and loans poster collection

Collection Identifier: HUY 185
Overview: Posters created by the United States Committee on Public Information Division of Pictorial Publicity were a major tool used primarily by the government for the widespread dissemination of information during World War I. The collection consists of 46 prints of 23 unique posters of varying sizes, dating from 1917 to 1919, which encourage citizens to buy and invest in Liberty loans.