California social, protest, and counterculture movements ephemera collection

[row][column width=”1_1″ _made_with_builder=”true”][text_block text=”<p>The California Historical Society is proud to announce the availability of our most recently processed ephemera collection California Social, Protest, and Counterculture Movements Ephemera Collection. The materials covers the years 1965 through 1980, a turbulent time in California's more recent history, with brochures, fliers, and newsletters focusing on the Free Speech Movement, the Anti-Vietnam War protest movement, the civil rights movements of Mexican-American and Native American peoples and the women's movement.<!–more–></p><p>The <a href="" target="_blank">finding aid for this collection is available</a> on the Online Archive of California and materials can be viewed Wednesday through Friday from noon to 5:00 in the North Baker Research Library at the California Historical Society.</p>” _made_with_builder=”true”][/text_block][/column][/row][row][column width=”1_1″ _made_with_builder=”true”]
Jaime Henderson