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Records of the Arizona Civil Liberties Union

Letter to Employees of Maricopa County Health Department

Correspondence, financial reports, minutes of meetings, publications, clippings, tape recordings of radio broadcasts, and material on various local cases and projects. Includes papers relating to its establishment and operation in connection with the national civil liberties movement, and the Arizona Legislative Coordinating Committee, an independent ad hoc committee formed to encourage passage of constructive State legislation in the field of civil rights and liberties. Local cases concern issues such as academic freedom, prayer in schools, vagrancy, and segregation. Also includes Arizona Civil Liberties Union Legislative Bulletin, 1962-1968.