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Cedar-Riverside History » WB Media Archive

WB Media Archive

Posted by Administrator on February 15th, 2006 — Posted in

This is a collection of material from Mark Larson, Feb. 11 2006. The records are generally noted as [day, month, year, volume, issue]. The linked records point to images of the item.

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Hundred Flowers, Weekly
17 04 1970 1 1 (top page only)
17 04 1970 1 1

Political Cartoon about Cedar-Riverside development
Split the Schools
24 04 1970 1 2
05 01 1970 1 3 (centerfold page)
05 01 1970 1 3
05 01 1970 1 3

08 05 1970 1 4
15 05 1970 1 5
Peace of Revolution
Boycott
22 05 1970 1 6
A special “Women’s Lib pullout section” was included in the following issue due to controversy over this comic.
TV Guide
05 06 1970 1 7
Dope Dope
Opression (from Women’s Lib section)
12 06 1970 1 8
Articles about University and high-density developments in Cedar-Riverside
03 07 1970 1 10
10 07 1970 1 11
Hundred Flowers Staff and Distribution Info.
24 07 1970 1 13
Minnesota Eight Comes Home
04 09 1970 1 18
Article criticizing public schools
Women’s Struggle
Electric Fetus Ad
Article on Police Suppression of Hundred Flowers Distribution
02 10 1970 1 22
11 12 1970 1 31
24 12 1971 2 34
13 01 1972 3 2
11 03 1972 3 7

North Country Press
10 1970 1 2

Hair
01 1969 #3

Plain Rapper
08-09 1969 1 6 (Palo Alto Publication – has TCDIC stamp and Honeywell article)

Freedom House News
02 1970 1 4
02 1970 1 4 (Minnesota Student Union folder)
12 1969 1 3 (Minnesota Student Union folder)

The Minnesota Leader
09 12 1974 1 2

  • North Country Liberation Front Program – Hundred Flowers insert – 2 copies
  • Fidel Castro – Speech given at Rally of Solidarity with South Vitnam, 03 06 1969 – Originally published by “REP in Detroit” reprinted by “RPM in Madison”
  • Fidel Castro – This Sugar Harvest Begins Today and Will Not End Until the Last Sack of Sugar for the Ten Million Tons Has Been Produced – Speech at Antonio Guiteros Sugar Mill, 04 07 1969 Originally published by “REP in Detroit” reprinted by “RPM in Madison”
  • Flyer Fidel: A Startling New Film on Fidel and Cuba Today (Saul Landau) Cedar Village Theater
  • Flyer: Venceremos Brigade – informationalon 3rd Brigade, after the 1969-1970 sugar harvest

Scattered Seeds: A Gathering of Minnesota Memories
1971 1 4

North Country Anvil, Every other month, Jack Miller,

  • 10 1972 1 2 (Cover Articles: The New Co-ops: A guidebook in This issue, Free Schools — Getting Hard-nosed, The Vikings Are a TV Commercial)
  • 02-03 1973 1 4 (Cover Articles: Voluntary Poverty, Hundred Flowers, Death of Language, Alternative to the Awful Auto, What War Has Wrought)
  • 04-05 1973 1 5 (Cover: Struggle at Wounded Knee, Experimental City Exposed, Sports in Siberia (the Twin Cities), Organic Farming — Here)
  • 12-01 1973-74 1 9 (Cover: People’s Bakery, White Bread Scandal, Nonviolent Manifesto, Attack on Free Schools, A Worker Tells About Chile)
  • 03-04 1975 1 14 (Cover: What’s Wrong With Work, Miing Companies Invade North Woods, Growing Up A Radical, All About Milk Goats, Portrait of A Rebel Teacher, A Call For Land Raform)

The People Together — A Century Speaks, Meridel LeSueur, Published by People’s Centennial Book Committee of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
1958

Working People for Peace
Flyers – c. 1972

Minnesota Student Union
Various flyers and publications – c.1970

Minnesota Homefires Calendar: A Calendar of our Peoples History (1974), Minnesota People’s History Project

1 Comment

Comment by peter dodge

You say you have all the issues of snoose news. Do you have Many Corners?

Larry Johnson, father of Rod Johnson of Midwest Mountaineering published a newsletter called The Little Free Press which advocated a priceless society. (everything free) He published 2 books with the same theme, also. he had a sidekick named Freedom Mike who was killed on the highway out east during an attempt to drive his live-in bike out there somewhere.

Posted on February 19, 2006 at 3:30 am

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