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Hate groups

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

"Communism's Un-American Program" cartoon

 Collection — Folder S3437
Identifier: S3437
Scope and Contents This collection contains one political cartoon created by the Ku Klux Klan Press entitled "Communism's Un-American Program" that shows a character labeled "Communism" throwing bricks labeled "Free Love" and "World Revolution" into buildings labeled as perceived American institutions such as "Marriage", "Land Ownership", "Law", and "White Supremacy".
Dates: 20th century

D. C. Stephenson collection

 Collection
Identifier: L246
Scope and Contents The collection consists principally of contemporary copies of Stephenson’s prison correspondence, made for Indiana State Prison Warden Walter Daly (1925-1933). Included is Stephenson’s correspondence with his attorneys, supporters, and family regarding his attempts to gain release, prison conditions, Ku Klux Klan, Indiana politics, and personal business. Also part of the collection are letters to Warden Daly regarding Stephenson, letters to and from Stephenson that were retained by prison...
Dates: 1925-1933

Harold C. Feightner collection

 Collection
Identifier: L055
Scope and Contents This collection includes transcripts, newspapers and correspondence from Harold C. Feightner in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1930 to 1968 regarding Indiana alcohol laws. The transcripts include Feightner's notable works "Politics, Prohibition and Repeal 1938," and "Pulpits and Politics 1850-1908." This collection also includes papers and clippings regarding Ku Klux Klan activity in Indianapolis and the Anti-Saloon League.
Dates: 1850-1968

J. H. Goldman collection

 Collection — Folder S0521
Identifier: S0521
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a certificate issued to Reverend J. H. Goldman on August 3, 1929 to certify that he was an approved “Quarterly Conference Preacher of the Gospel of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ.” It also consists of “A Klansman’s Creed" from the Ku Klux Klan. There are notes from a sermon about the role of a “Klans-man.”
Dates: 1929

Tolerance, "Exposure of 12,208 Ku Klux in Marion County, Indiana" newspaper

 Collection
Identifier: OB076
Scope and Contents This collection contains a June 6, 1932 issue of the newspaper, Tolerance, in which the membership roll of the Marion County Ku Klux Klan was exposed in print.
Dates: 1923/06/06

United Klans of America collection

 Collection
Identifier: L208
Scope and Contents The collection primarily consists of newsletters, announcements, and other printed promotioanl publications from the United Klans of America (KKK), ranging from 1923 to 1977.
Dates: 1923-1977

William Chaney photographs and slides

 Collection — Folder SP061
Identifier: SP061
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs and 35mm slides of William Chaney and other Klansmen in Indiana circa 1965-1971 at Ku Klux Klan (KKK) events. Many of the slides show Chaney giving an interview wearing his KKK regalia to a man who might be Randall Jehs of the Indiana State Library, who interviewed him on June 6, 1971. There are also 2 images of Chaney's family.
Dates: circa 1965-1971

William Harley collection

 Collection
Identifier: L407
Scope and Contents The collection consists mainly of the unpublished manuscript for a book William R. Harley had written titled “Behind the Ku Klux Klan.” It also includes some pages that had been edited and removed from the manuscript. Each chapter includes a separate section of footnotes. Also included is a synopsis of the book to present to publishers. A letter regarding Harley’s publisher difficulties is also included, dated the same year as his death. The box that contained the manuscript is also present...
Dates: 1947

William M. Chaney oral history

 Collection
Identifier: OH057
Scope and Contents This collection includes a transcript and a reel-to-reel audiotape from an oral history interview with WIlliam M. Chaney, conducted by Randall W. Jehs for the Indiana State Library on June 6, 1971. Chaney talks briefly about his family, childhood in Kentucky, and military service during World War II. For most of the interview, he discusses the history of the Ku Klux Klan, their financial structure, and the Klan and politics. Chaney also discusses his position in the organization, Klan...
Dates: 1971/06/06