Schaupp (Edward E.) Papers

Freedom now C.O.R.E. button
Freedom now C.O.R.E. button, circa 1960s, Edward E. Schaupp papers, MS 89, African American Museum & Library at Oakland, Oakland Public Library.

The Edward E. Schaupp papers includes artifacts, ephemera, and photographs mostly related to the civil rights movement in the 1960s. The collection consist of eight protest buttons related to SNCC, C.O.R.E., fair housing, and the March on Washington, two arm/head bands, an invitation to the Berkeley Chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality sip, and a letter from attorney William J. Woods informing Schaupp of the dismissal of his ‘mass bust’ case. The collection also includes three photographs of a street scene, four men in suits, and a man standing in the street.

Dates: circa 1920s-1969
Collection number: MS 89
Collector: Schaupp, Edward E.
Collection Size: .1 linear feet (1 box)

Guide to the Edward E. Schaupp Papers

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