Kornweibel, Theodore : Theodore Kornweibel Research Papers, 1910-2001
- Research materials assembled by Theodore Kornweibel, a professor of African American studies at San Diego State University, used in the writing of monographs about federal surveillance of and campaigns against African Americans, 1917-1925, and federal efforts to compel Black loyalty during World War I. The collection consists of copies of FBI and other federal agency records, including case files obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, detailed notecards, printed federal documents, and Kornweibel's correspondence with federal agencies.
Extent: 26.4 linear feet - (27 boxes)
Subjects: Social Action
Call Number: Midwest MS Kornweibel
This material is unprocessed and is available by appointment only.
Inventory (Modern Manuscript Collections Notebooks.)