ACLU Records Digitized

The Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton University has combined social media and digitized records on its blog. Recently, with the generous support of Professor Samuel Walker, the library digitized early American Civil Liberties Union records and Walker then provided historical context and narrative for them which the library posted on its blog. Walker supported this work because he wanted to provide high school students with a digital entry into the voluminous ACLU records. You can access all four entries with links to the scanned documents here.

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