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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content

Organization

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Books

Canadian AG Movement

Code-A-Phone

Correspondence

Directories

Financial Material

History of American Agriculture Movement

Incorporation Records

Journals

Legal Material

Meeting Minutes

Memorabilia

National Meeting Records

Newspapers

Photographs

Printed Material

Quips

Reports

Scrapbooks

Start of American Agriculture Movement

Large Newspaper Scrapbook

Newspaper Collections

Artifacts

Audio Cassettes

45 RPM Records

Reel to Reel Audio Tape

VHS Tape

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

American Agriculture Movement:

An Inventory Its Records, 1968-1997 and undated, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator American Agriculture Movement
Title: American Agriculture Movement Records,
Dates: 1968-1997 and undated
Abstract: The American Agriculture Movement (AAM) Records contains a variety of materials concerning the history of the movement, particularly concerning its origins. They include correspondence, personnel directories, meeting minutes and other meeting accounts, financial material, newspapers, photographs, and several large scrapbooks. A small amount of audio and visual material is included.
Collection # S 1807.1
Quantity: 7 boxes; 1 linear foot of A/V material (8 linear feet)
Language English
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

The American Agriculture Movement (AAM) was formed in 1977 in response to Congressional legislation entailing four years of farm prices below the cost of production. In many states, farmers organized protests, strikes, pickets, boycotts, and marches on state capitols and on Washington, D.C. (1977-1979). In February 1979, thousands of farmers converged on Washington, D.C., in a tractorcade organized by AAM. Following this event, the AAM established a Washington office to bring farmers' voices to Congress and the Administration. Many of the materials relate to Norman and Mary Harper of Kansas, who were involved with the movement.

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Scope and Content

The American Agriculture Movement (AAM) Records contains a variety of materials concerning the history of the movement, particularly concerning its origins. A variety of personnel and organizational directories are also present, as are meeting minutes and accounts of local, regional, and national AAM meetings. A small amount of financial material is present, including incorporation records. Newspapers published by the AAM, as well as a number of mainstream newspapers, are present, along with several folders of photographs, several large scrapbooks, and a small amount of audio and visual material. Finally, many folders of correspondence are included, mostly between Norman and Mary Harper and various politicians, as well as significant AAM figures.

Our digital collections host 231 issues of the American Agriculture News, a newsletter published in Iredell, Texas, from the 1970s through the 1980s. Additional photo albums of American Agriculture Movement-related events, among them the 1979 Tractorcade, may also be found in that digital collection.

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Organization

The American Agriculture Movement Records are organized by the following series:
Books
Canadian Ag Movement
Code-A-Phone
Correspondence
Directories
Financial Material
History of the American Agricultural Movement
Incorporation Records
Journals
Legal Material
Meeting Minutes
Memorabilia
National Meeting Records
Newspapers
Photographs
Printed Material
Qwips
Reports
Scrapbooks
Start of American Agricultural Movement
Large Newspaper Scrapbooks
Newspaper Collections
Artifacts
Audio Cassettes
45 RPM Records
Reel to Reel Audio Tape
VHS Tape

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Open for research.

Some archival collections may be housed in storage outside of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library building. Requests to retrieve such materials may take up to 10 business days to complete. Please contact our Reference Department to arrange retrieval.

Audio, video, and film recordings may not be immediately accessible due to format, condition, or copyright status. All items must be digitized prior to patron use. Because not all collections materials have been digitized, please contact the Reference Archivist at least 10 days prior to arrival in order to coordinate digitization. Though we can digitize much of our holdings within two weeks, some media may be fragile and require specialized digitization outsourcing, which can take up to three months for completion.

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Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Harper, Mary.
Harper, Norman.
Subjects (Organizations)
American Agriculture Movement.
Subjects
Agriculture.
Agriculture--Kansas.
Farmers.

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Related Materials:

Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library:
Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library Oral History Collection:

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

American Agriculture Movement Records, 1968-1997 and undated, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Acquisition

Gift, n/a

Processing Information

Processed by: Brian Smith, 2014

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Collection Inventory

Books

Box Folder
1 1 Impeachment the Arizona Conspiracy, Evan Mecham, 1988
2 Parity The Key to Prosperity Unlimited Booklet, Charles Walters Jr, 1982

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Canadian AG Movement

Box Folder
1 3 Canadian AG Movement Information and other Related Materials, undated
4 Canadian AG Movement Info, June 12, 1984

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Code-A-Phone

Box Folder
1 5 Code-A-Phone Messages, A, December 21, 1977-December 30, 1978
6 Code-A-Phone Messages, B, December 21, 1977-December 30, 1979
7 Code-A-Phone Message Copies, A, December 21, 1977-December 30, 1980
8 Code-A-Phone Message Copies, B, December 21, 1977-December 30, 1981

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Correspondence

Box Folder
1 9 Amarillo Tri State Exposition, Lynn M. Griffin, Jerry Wright, October 4, 1977- October 14, 1977
10 American Agriculture Movement, David Senter-National Director, undated
11 "Big First" Farm Report, Congressman Pat Roberts-Kansas-First District, March 1981
12 Bob Dole- U.S. Senate, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harper, February 25, 1981
13 Charlie L. Angell- Vice President of the Senate- Kanas, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harper, February 3, 1981
14 Dan Thiesson-State Senator-fifteeth District, Norman and Mary Harper, January 28, 1981
15 Devvy Kidd to CNC Networkers, February 1995
16 Ed C. Rolfs-State Representatie-Sixty-fifth District, Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. Harper, February 10, 1981
17 Executive Order Sidestep Constitution, Micki Nellis, February 1995
18 Fax From Michael Boos to Dr.Eugene, Mexican Bailout, February 7, 1995
19 Fax From Micki Nellis to Gene Schroder, April 15, 1995
20 Fred L. Weaver-House Minority Leader-Kansas, Norman F. and Mary E. Harper, February 3, 1981
21 Gene's Response to New American, Micki Nellis, February 1996
22 Harold Guldner-Representative-122nd District, undated
23 Letters from Gary V. King, October 29, 1982-January 13, 1983
24 Mary E. Harper, Western Front Editor-Hutchinson News, March 12, 1993-April 28,1993
25 Mary Harper, January 19, 1981
26 Maurice and Betty Huenergardt, Mr. and Mrs. Harper, undated
27 Meeting with Maxine Lenert, Maxine Lenert, George McLachlan, May 21, 1980
28 Nancy Landon Kassebaum-United States Senator, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harper, January 27, 1981
29 Norman E. Gaar-State Senator-Seventh District, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harper, January 28, 1981
30 Orrin G. Hatch-United States Senator, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harper, February 5, 1981
31 Pat Roberts-House of Representatives-Kansas-1st District, Mr. and Mrs. Norman F Harper, undated
32 Personal Opinion Letter Sent To Senate AG Committee and related Newspaper Clippings, August 15, 1977-March 9, 1978
33 Producers Grain Corporation, July 25,1978-August 10,1978
34 Richard G. Gannon-Senator Fortieth District, Norman and Mary Harper, January 26, 1981
35 Robert G. Frey-Majority Leader-House of Representatives-Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Harper, February 5, 1981
36 Ross O. Doyen-President of the Senate-Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. Harper, undated
37 Topeka Legislative Office, All Regional Delegates, State Spokesman and Regional Offices, January 6, 1981
38 Topeka Legislative Office, State Legislative Committee Members, March 11, 1981
39 Western Union Mailgram, Jesse Jackson, Bernard and Ava Bates, January 26, 1984

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Directories

Box Folder
1 40 American Agriculture Movement Directory, undated
41 American Agriculture Movement Directory, January 1984
42 American Agriculture Movement Directory, January 1985
43 American Agriculture Movement, Personal Directory and Other Related Materials, March 1981-April 1981
44 Names from Derel Fillingim, undated
45 Undated Directory, undated

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Financial Material

Box Folder
1 46 American Agriculture Foundation, Four Corners Grant, December 1979
47 American Agricultural Foundation, Four Corners Grant, December 1, 1979-March 1, 1980
48 Gasohol Pricing Formulas, Bob Soleta, undated
49 Price Paid By Kansas Farmers and Prices Farmers Received, undated
50 W Royce Moffett, Diane Moffett Commerical Loan Information, undated

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History of American Agriculture Movement

Box Folder
1 51 5 Points, undated
52 100 Percent Government Parity for Agri. Products Sought, October 1977
53 Ag. Strike Movement Born in Colo., December 4, 1977
54 Argriculture Strike, undated
55 Alvin Speech, April 6, 1978
56 Am. AG. Coffeeville, Miss., undated
57 Am. AG. Lenox, Iowa, Consumers and Farmers, undated
58 Am. Agri. Movement, undated
59 Am. Agriculture, Beaver, Okla., undated
60 Baca Group Theatens Farm Strike, September 1977
61 Beaver, Oklahoma, Farm & Planting Break-down, Computer Print Out, undated
62 Cheap Food Policy, undated
63 Colorado Farmers Fired Shot, December 11, 1977
64 Colorado Farmers Threaten Strike Prices, September 1977
65 Colorado Strike, October 1977
66 Discussion of Strike, September 1977
67 Easterners Join Cause, September 24, 1977
68 Farms Wife Denies Strike is Just an Empty Threat, undated
69 Farmers Fight Off Cold, Head for Rallies, December 9, 1977
70 Farmers Fume, September 23, 1977
71 Farmers Go Broke, October 6, 1977
72 Farmers Roll Out Rigs Ready to Meet Bergland, September 21, 1977
73 Farmers Stand Steadfast on Strike, September 23, 1977
74 Farmers Strike Back, undated
75 Farmers Threaten to Strike, October 1977
76 Farmers Unable to Pay for Equipment, September 25, 1977
77 Fence Talk, Herd Hansford Plainsman, March 27, 1978
78 Going Broke, September 22, 1977
79 History of Am. Agri. Movement, September 12, 1977
80 Tractors Leave Capital Hill, Farmers Vow to Stay, Fight, undated
81 Why Do Food Cost Change?, undated
82 Why Farmers Plan to Strike, undated

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Incorporation Records

Box Folder
1 83 American Agriculture Trust, Corporate Records, November 17, 1977-April 9, 1979

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Journals

Box Folder
1 84 Visitors Register Book, undated

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Legal Material

Box Folder
1 85 Affidavit, undated
86 Alvin Matze Vs. John Black, May 5, 1983
87 Articles of Incorporation, Baca Food and Fuel, undated
88 House CS for Senate Joint Resolution No. 7(STA), Legislature of the State of Alaska, Nineteeth Legislature-First Session, February 1995
89 In the Supreme Court of Oklahoma, Citizens of the Oklahoma Republic, undated
90 Information Regarding Parity Bill, 1977-1978
91 Janet Daniel vs. The State of Texas, November 1995
92 Kansas American Agriculture Movement, Proposals for the 1981 Farm Bill, undated
Box Folder
2 1 People, for Colorado Republic vs. State of Colorado, August 1995
2 Peition Against the Southeast Colorado Power Association, 1979
3 Signed Petitions, Colorado Farmers and Ranchers, April 24, 1996-April 30, 1996
4 U.S. District Court v. Farmers Home Administration, November 2, 1983

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Meeting Minutes

Box Folder
2 5 American Agriculture Movement, Kansas Legislative Committee, January 3, 1981
6 Baca County Meeting, May 5, 1979

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Memorabilia

Box Folder
2 7 Buck Dollar With Grain Bumper Sticker, undated
8 Sebelius Button, undated

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National Meeting Records

Box Folder
2 9 American Agriculture Movement, National Convention Information and other Related Materials, 1983-1984
10 American Agriculture Movement, National Meeting in D.C., June 1979-July 1979
11 American Agriculture Movement, National Meeting in D.C., February 27, 1981
12 American Agriculture Movement, National Meeting in D.C., July 14, 1979-July 15, 1979
13 American Agriculture Movement Reflections and Accoplishments and other Related Materials, December 12, 1983- January 8, 1984

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Newspapers

Box Folder
2 14 American Agriculture Movement Related Articles, April 14, 1983
15 Court Hearings, undated
16 Crisis of the Farmer!, The San Angelo Standard-Times, February 12, 1978
17 Farmland, Real Stamp Value Often in the Cancellation and Two Rent Stamps Attached, March 16, 1970
18 Fort Carson Expansion, August 12, 1980
19 Longmont Daily Times-Call, November 17, 1983
20 Newspaper Clippings Regarding County Fair, News Chronicle, May 2, 1968-October 24, 1968
21 Newspaper Clippings Regarding Park Lane, May 2, 1968-September 19, 1968
22 Newspaper Clippings Regarding Scott City Planning and Zoning, News Chronicle, May 30, 1968-October 24, 1968
23 Newspapers Regarding the American Agriculture Movement, January 1987-December 18, 1995
24 North American Farmer, April 25, 1984
25 North American Farmer, Vol. 1 Issue 1, April 25, 1984
26 Paper Farm Strike, 1977-1978
27 Spotlight, The Farm Coalition Greatest of This Century, June 5, 1978
28 The Chieftain, Pueblo, Colorado, Page 3A, September 25, 1984
29 The Chieftain, Pueblo, Colorado, September 25, 1984-December 21, 1984
30 The Garden City Telegram, Vol. 68 Number 51, Farmers Dispute Tax System, March 1, 1997
31 The Oberlin Herald, the Great Debate, April 16, 1981
32 The Pueblo Chieftan, February 1984
33 The Pueblo Chieftan, Vol. 129 Number 17, American Agriculture Movement Has Evolved Into a 'Patriot' Group, June 17, 1996
34 The Topeka Capital, Journal, Once Rambunctious AG Movement Coming of Age, April 26, 1981
35 U.S. Farm News, Vol. XXX, No. 3, March 1981

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Photographs

Box Folder
2 36 Alvin Photo Collection, undated
37 American Agriculture Movement, Information Stand, undated
38 American Agriculture Movement Labor Day Photos, September 1997
39 American Flag Picture, undated
40 Collection of Photos from American Agriculture Movement, undated
41 Keith E. Sebelius Photo, undated
42 Photographs of Country Music Stars, Dallas Show, undated

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Printed Material

Box Folder
2 43 Accomplishments of the American Agriculture Movement, undated
44 Acres, U.S.A., January 1981
45 Agriculture Newsletter, Bob Dole, May 1981
46 Alvin Jenkins Business Cards, undated
47 American AG Memoirs Book, 1981
48 American Agriculture, Agricultural Strike, 1977-1978
49 American Agriculture Foundation, Inc., Membership Pamphlet and Application, undated
50 American Agriculture Movement Inc. Letter, undated
51 American Agriculture Movement, News From Washington, January 13, 1981-March 20, 1981
52 American Agriculture Movement, Newletter, undated
53 American Agriculture Movement, Raffle Tickets, February 1983
54 American Agriculture Movement, USDA Rolls Out Red Carpet for AAM, undated
55 American Agriculture Movement, Washington Newsletters, April 29, 1981-May 13, 1981
56 American Agriculture Resolutions, undated
57 American Agriculture- Rural Office Update, Mexican Barter Bill Approved, undated
58 An Answer To An Honest Question, undated
59 Announcement From American Agriculture Movement, undated
60 Cooking and Mashing Process Lab, undated
61 Farm Futures, April 1981
62 Farm Journal, Outlook, March 1981
63 Farmer's Prayer, Alvin Jenkins, December 1978
64 First Place Entry in a National Salute to Agriculture Contest, Jim Ramsbottom, 1978
65 Freedom Speaks Information, undated
66 Freehold Title Information, undated
67 From the Scratch Pad at American AG, undated
68 History of the American Agriculture Movement, undated
69 In The News Card, Mr. and Mrs.Lavell Goodwin, undated
70 Joint Recess Hearing Committee of the 1981 Kansas Senate and House Hearings To Be Held April 28, 1981, The Wheat Marketing Act, undated
71 Kansas American Agriculture Movement, Newsletters, May 14, 1980-September 25, 1981
72 Kansas Farmer, A Rumor Out Of Hand, April 4, 1981
73 Legislative News, undated
74 Management of the Poor and the Price of Corn, Benjamin Franklin, undated
75 Membership Lists, undated
76 My Hidden Strength, Emert J. Rose, 1982
77 Name and Address List, undated
78 News Release, USDA Calls for Comments on Bankrupt Grain Elevator Issue, undated
79 Pig Comic, undated
80 Plains Talk, Vol 12, No.17, September 10, 1981
81 Scott County Leader, Wheat Figures For 1980 Are Released, undated
82 Senate Calendar, No.63, April 30, 1981
83 Senate Judiciary Committee, undated
84 The Alliance Eagle, Wisconsin Farm Unity Alliance, April 25, 1984
85 USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service, undated
86 What's Happening In Washington D.C., Howard Baker, January 1981

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Quips

Box Folder
2 87 Quips, A, February 2, 1978-June 6, 1978
88 Quips, B, February 2, 1978-June 6, 1978
89 Quips, C, February 2, 1978-June 6, 1978
90 Quip Originals, A, January 30, 1978-March 11, 1978
91 Quip Originals, B, January 30, 1978-March 11, 1978
92 Quip Originals, C, January 30, 1978-March 11, 1978

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Reports

Box Folder
2 93 Cost of Producing Selected Crops in the United States and Other Related Materials, January 21, 1977-September 27, 1977
94 Fuel Alcohol Production, William S. Hedrick, undated
95 Kansas American Agricultue Movement, 3-Day Study by Ed Petrowsky, undated
96 Kansas Legislative Research Department, Severance and Property Taxes on Oil and Gas, Feburary 17, 1981
97 Legislative Committee Report, January 1981
98 Legislative Committee Report, January 31, 1981
99 Report of State Meeting, Campo, Colorado, June 16, 1979
100 State Legislative Committee Report, December 2, 1980

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Scrapbooks

Box Folder
2 101 American AG Report and Other Related Material, undated
102 American Agriculture Green Scrapbook, undated
Box Folder
3 1 Articles From Colorado, 1997
2 Articles from January 1978 Through August 1978, A, January 1978-August 1978
3 Articles from January 1978 Through August 1978, B, January 1978-August 1978
4 Articles from January 1978 Through August 1978, C, January 1978-August 1978
5 Articles from Nebraska, California, South Carolina, Washingtion, Georgia, New York, Illinois, Iowa, S. Dakota, Arkansas, N. Dakoka, undated
6 Articles from Texas, Kansas, Missouri, Florida, Oklahoma, Minnesota, undated
7 Colorado Misc Articles and Related Material, undated
8 Extra Copies Taken From Desk Books, A, 1978
9 Extra Copies Taken From Desk Books, B, 1978
10 Extra Copies Taken From Desk Books, C, 1978
11 Farm Bill Scrap Book, undated
12 Hi Plains Clippings and Other Related Material, 1987
13 Iraqi Scrapbook, undated
14 Kansas American Agriculture Movement, Clippings and Other Related Materials, 1997
15 Misc. Newspaper Articles and Other Related Materials, undated
16 Newspaper Scrapbook, 1978
17 Original Copies Scrapbook, undated
18 Paper Farm Strike Articles and Other Related Material, undated
19 Scrapbook, 1977
Box Folder
4 1 Scrapbook #1, September 15, 1977-October 12, 1978
2 Scrapbook #2, May 13, 1975-July 24, 1978
3 Various Notepaper Writings, undated
4 Wheat Commission Information and Other Related Material, Mary E. Harper, undated

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Start of American Agriculture Movement

Box Folder
4 5 A.A.M 1977-1978, 1977-1978
6 AG Srtike Movement Born in Colorado, undated
7 American AG. Movement, undated
8 American Agriculture 5-Points, undated
9 American Agriculture (KT), undated
10 American Agriculture News, Page 3, March 28, 1978
11 Americans Where Are We Headed?, undated
12 Bergland Hears Plea for Aid, September 23, 1977
13 Consumers Should Know, undated
14 Farmers Agree They May Have to Strike, undated
15 Farmers' Revolt, September 19, 1977
16 Food Prices Today Are a Bargain, Patty Stulp, undated
17 Full Parity Would Benefit Economy, undated
18 Hence Jack Parity, Her Karner, Tulsa World, undated
19 Misc. News and Stems, 1978
20 Parity Equality, undated
21 Parity- (Scale), undated
22 Projection Wheat, undated
23 The National Democratic Platform 1976 Pamphlet, undated
24 To Whoever Eats, undated
25 Why Farmers Are on Strike, undated

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Large Newspaper Scrapbook

Box Folder
5 1 Large Newspaper Scrapbook, undated

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Newspaper Collections

Box Folder
6 1 American Agriculture News, Special Edition II – Volume 3 Number 48, January 20, 1981
2 American Agriculture News, Volume 4 Issue 3 – Volume 4 Issue 46, Issue 27 Missing, March 3, 1981-January 5, 1982
3 Farm Tempo U.S.A., Special Edition, undated
4 North American Farmer, Vol. 1 Issue 1, April 25, 1984
5 The Pueblo Chieftain, Vol. 29 No. 17, June 17, 1996
6 The Reporter, American Agriculture Movement, Volume 10 Number 2, March 23, 1993
7 The Reporter, American Agriculture Movement, Volume 11 Number 4, December 23, 1993
8 United Farm Wives of America, Inc., April 28, 1981

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Artifacts

Box Item
7 1 Brown Business Card Holder with Business Cards, undated
2 Green Business Card Holder with Business Cards, undated
3 Red Business Card Holder with Business Cards, undated
4 Say “No” To The U.N.!!! Plaque for Gene Schroder, undated

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Audio Cassettes

Box Item
1 1 AAM Meeting – March 19, 1984, March 19, 1984
2 Abolition of the United States Constitution Under the War Powers Act /w Dr. Gene Schroder, Same, January 18, 1994
3 About Glamana, August 16, 1983
4 Alvin The First Year, undated
5 American Agriculture, undated
6 America, undated
7 Alvin Dennis Richard, Arbuthnot, Interview with Lon, undated
8 At Law (“Side 1, Tape 1”), undated
9 At Law (“Side 1, Tape 2”), undated
10 At Law (“Side 1, Tape 3”), undated
11 American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side One. Elliott Janeway Address Wayne Eakin-Gene Schroder, American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side Two. Bill Stuckmeyer-Standdebout-Gerald McCather-Wayne Peterson-Jim Kramer, January 1, 1978
12 American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side One. Elliott Janeway Address Wayne Eakin-Gene Schroder, American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side Two. Bill Stuckmeyer-Standdebout-Gerald McCather-Wayne Peterson-Jim Kramer, January 1, 1978
13 American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side One. Elliott Janeway Address Wayne Eakin-Gene Schroder, American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side Two. Bill Stuckmeyer-Standdebout-Gerald McCather-Wayne Peterson-Jim Kramer, January 1, 1978
14 American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side One. Elliott Janeway Address Wayne Eakin-Gene Schroder, American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side Two. Bill Stuckmeyer-Standdebout-Gerald McCather-Wayne Peterson-Jim Kramer, January 1, 1978
15 American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side One. Elliott Janeway Address Wayne Eakin-Gene Schroder, American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side Two. Bill Stuckmeyer-Standdebout-Gerald McCather-Wayne Peterson-Jim Kramer, January 1, 1978
16 American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side One. Elliott Janeway Address Wayne Eakin-Gene Schroder, American Ag. met with Bob Bergland, Side Two. Bill Stuckmeyer-Standdebout-Gerald McCather-Wayne Peterson-Jim Kramer, January 1, 1978
17 Bergland at Pueblo, Bergland at Pueblo 5551, undated
18 Bitner McCathern Deboer, undated
19 Lee Brobst #1 Side 1, undated
20 Lee Brobst #2 Side 1, undated
21 Lee Brobst #2 Side 1, undated
22 Lee Brobst #2 Side 1, undated
23 Lee Brobst Seminar #2, Lee Brobst, January 29, 1983
24 Lee Brobst #1, January 29, 1983
25 Lee Brobst Tape #1, undated
26 Lee Brobst Tape #2, undated
27 Lee Brobst #6 Side 1, undated
28 Lee Brobst #1 Side 1, undated
29 Lee Brobst Seminar #3, January 29, 1983
30 Lee Brobst #6 Side 1, undated
31 Lee Brobst Tape #3, undated
32 Lee Brobst Seminar Tape #2 Campo, Colorado, January 29, 1983
33 Lee Brobst Seminar Tape #2 Campo, Colorado, January 29, 1983
34 Lee Brobst #6 Side 1, Computers & Politics, undated
35 Lee Brobst Tape #4, undated
36 C31-60, undated
37 Campo, Tom Nichols, February 7, 1984
38 Charley T: “A Measure of Wheat for a Penny”, undated
39 Christianity in a New Key, “…A Time for War”, undated
40 T1S1 1) Stan DeBoer (Neb) Corn, 2) Wayne Ekan (Del), 3) Ms. Joyce Robinson (Mont) Cattle Imp, 4) Oren Watson, T1S2 1) Don Thigpen (Wyoming), 2) Harkens (Florida) Tomato, 3) Gene Schroder (Colo) Supply and Demand (February 15, no year given), undated
41 Ebert, Carol. Federal Register, February 1979
42 Energy Concepts Presentation, Keith’s Presentation, undated
43 David Franklin #7, undated
44 David Franklin #5 Side 1, David Franklin #5 Side 2, undated
45 David Franklin 1 of 4, David Franklin 1 of 4, undated
Box Item
2 46 David Franklin Side 1, undated
47 David Franklin 3064 Side 1, Side 2, undated
48 David Franklin 4 of 4 Side 1, undated
49 Free, undated
50 Will America Die In Her Sleep, Side (1), Larry Jones & J.C. Lewis (2), undated
51 Will America Die In Her Sleep, Side (3), Larry Jones & J.C. Lewis (4), undated
52 John L. Freeman, undated
53 John L. Freeman, undated
54 John L. Freeman, undated
55 John L. Freeman, undated
56 John L. Freeman, undated
57 John L. Freeman, undated
58 John L. Freeman, undated
59 John L. Freeman, undated
60 John L. Freeman, undated
61 John L. Freeman, undated
62 John L. Freeman, undated
63 John L. Freeman, undated
64 John L. Freeman, undated
65 John L. Freeman, undated
66 John L. Freeman, undated
67 John L. Freeman, undated
68 John L. Freeman, undated
69 John L. Freeman, undated
70 John L. Freeman, undated
71 Howard Freeman Part 1, undated
72 Howard Freeman Part 2, undated
73 Gerald Alumnus Weather Modification, undated
74 Doug Goodpaster, Allen Berg Radio Interview, March 19, 1984
75 “Side 2” Doug Goodpaster, Allen Berg Radio Interview, March 19, 1984
76 Gov Lamm, December 15, 1977
77 Stephane Grappelli: Frendimore, I Got Rhythm, Just One of Those Things, undated
78 1980 Grass Roots Convention (Springfield Copy) #3, undated
79 1980 Grass Roots Convention (Springfield Copy) #1, undated
80 1980 Grass Roots Convention #1, undated
81 1980 Grass Roots Convention (Springfield Copy) #2, undated
82 Gregg 151, undated
83 Halsey, Side 1: Social Security, Ken Werner & Lindsay “Full”, Return Autry, undated
84 Hico Meetings Side 1, Tape #2, June 18, 1983
85 Hico Meetings Side 1, Tape #1, undated
86 Hico Meetings Side 1, Tape #3, undated
87 Jenkins, Alvin - “Our Country”, Jenkins, Alvin & Eugene Schroder, undated
88 Jenkins, Alvin – New Tape, March 30, 1979
89 Jenkins, Late Merrill, March 19, 1979
90 Alvin Jenkins “Master Use 60 Min Tape”, undated
91 Alvin Jenkins, undated
92 Alvin Jenkins, Ulysses Kansas, Side 1 Master 90 M, October 24, 1978
93 Alvin Jenkins, The First Year, undated
94 Alvin Jenkins, Campo, February 18, 1979
Box Item
3 95 Alvin Jenkins, Campo, Colo., February 18, 1979
96 Alvin Jenkins, Hayes, Kansas Side 1, undated
97 Alvin Jenkins, undated
98 Alvin Jenkins, undated
99 Alvin Jenkins, undated
100 Alvin Jenkins, undated
101 Alvin Jenkins, undated
102 Alvin update 151, January 17, no year given, undated
103 Jenkins, Meek, Schroder, undated
104 Alvin Jenkins, Compo, C.O., February 18, 1979
105 Alvin Jenkins Master Keep, 18th of an unknown month, 1979, 1979
106 Alvin Jenkins Compo, undated
107 Alvin Jenkins, undated
108 Alvin Jenkins, undated
109 Alvin Jenkins, undated
110 Tape I Keaton, undated
111 Tape II Keaton, undated
112 Tape II Keaton Admiralty, undated
113 Tape II Day II Keaton Sunday, undated
114 Tape III Keaton Admiralty, undated
115 Tape III Keaton Sunday, undated
116 Tape III Day 1 Keaton, undated
117 Side I #2 Ben Kriegh, undated
118 Land Patents, undated
119 Larson, Sheof Auction, December 24, 1982
120 #1. 1-75 Becky Lee 1. Parity not Charity, #2. 79-105 2. American Agriculture Plays, undated
121 Lewis, J.C. Pueblo, undated
122 Lewis, J.C.; Alvin Jenkins; Father Andy, Not a master, undated
123 Linsey, David; Paris, Tex; Fertilizer 214-785 322, undated
124 Meoleen, McAllen, Tex. Bridge shut down., undated
125 Meek, Marvin; Eugene Schroeder; Alvin Jenkins; Fr. Andy Gottschalk . Am. Ag. M. Master, Master, December 1980
126 Merrell , Jay– Law of Liberty at Breakfast Club—Cottonwood, Ariz. 90 Min. Tape., undated
127 Mills, Betty, Nat’l Sec. C.R.C. (New Haven, Ind.) “Regional Gov’t” Salina, KS., October 20, 1979
128 Mills, Betty – WLNR Radio, undated
129 T3, S1 1) Moses, J.H./Wink (Texas), 2) Wayne Peterson/Rice/Datcher (So. Caro.), 3) Fratesi (Ark.) – S2 (con’t.), T3, S2 1) Fratesi (con’t) Ark, 2) Paterson, 3) Sam Kimble (Wash)/Gangle, 4) Paar/Williams/Rieser (IIL) (February 16 of unknown year), undated
130 Mullins, Eustace; World Order and Federal Reserve , April 1987
131 Murray, Arnold, Mark of the Beast, undated
132 Next! , Poker Face, “America”, “Fight For Your Rights”, undated
133 Nichols, Larry on Duffy and Co., December 14, 1994
134 Norm, Dr. with Jackie Patru, Art Bell with Sheriff Arpaio, June 24, 1994
135 North, Col., Wm. Casey, & The Knights of Malta. – Betty J. Mills, undated
136 Ohio, Tape I Side I, undated
137 Ohio, Tape II Side I, undated
138 Ohio, Tape III Side I, undated
139 Problems in Nebraska, General Information, March 7, 1987
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4 140 Perryton News Release, December 29, 1977
141 Republic vs. Democracy, Tape I, undated
142 Republic vs. Democracy, Side II Tape II, undated
143 Resolution from Calif. Bud, undated
144 Side I Title 15 Tape I, undated
145 Side I Tape I Master Copy Rick Elliot, Title 15 Master Copy, undated
146 Side I Title 15 Tape 2, undated
147 Side I Title 15 Tape 2, undated
148 Side I Title 15 Tape 2 Master Copy Rick Elliot , undated
149 Side I Title 15 Tape 3, undated
150 Side I Title 15 Tape 3, undated
151 Side I Title 15 Tape 3 Master Copy Rick Elliot , undated
152 Side I Title 15 Tape I (Highlander/Low Noise), undated
153 Side I Tape 4 “At Law“, undated
154 Schroder/Metcalf, January 31, 1996
155 Should The United States Participate and Encourage The Development of the United Nations Org – Ottinger/Roberts Debate, undated
156 Sound of the Trumpet -- Temple Tape Ministry, 1995-04-22, 1995-04-29, 1995-05-06, 5/13/1995, 1995
157 Sound of the Trumpet -- Temple Tape Ministry, 1995-05-20, 5/25/1995, 6/3/1995, 6/10/1995, 1995
158 T2: Q and Ans, undated
159 Tape IV, undated
160 Time Traveller (sic) Psychic Series Night Version, Time Traveller Subliminal Series, 1979
161 Tractorcade, undated
162 Tractorcade Report Johnson Hotline, Johnson Hotline, December 18, 1978
163 Unconstitutional Emergency Power, undated
164 War and Emergency Powers, undated
165 War and Emergency Powers, undated
166 War and Emergency Powers, undated
167 War and Emergency Powers, undated
168 War and Emergency Powers, undated
169 War and Emergency Powers, undated
170 War and Emergency Powers, undated
171 War and Emergency Powers, undated
172 War and Emergency Powers, undated
173 War and Emergency Powers, undated
174 War and Emergency Powers, undated
175 War and Emergency Powers, undated
176 War and Emergency Powers, undated
177 War and Emergency Powers, undated
178 War and Emergency Powers, undated
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5 179 War Powers Seminar – Aggie Park – San Antonio: J.C. Vankirk: Land patents, Dr. Jacques S. Jaikaran: The debt virus. Tape 1 Side A., John Seydler – Metro (817) 498-1988 c/o Box 79176 Saginaw, Tex. 76179, February 10, 1994
180 War Powers Seminar – Aggie Park – San Antonio: J.C. Vankirk: Land patents, Dr. Jacques S. Jaikaran: The debt virus. Tape 2 Side A., John Seydler – Metro (817) 498-1988 c/o Box 79176 Saginaw, Tex. 76179, February 10, 1994
181 War Powers Seminar – Aggie Park – San Antonio: J.C. Vankirk: Land patents, Dr. Jacques S. Jaikaran: The debt virus. Tape 3 Side A., John Seydler – Metro (817) 498-1988 c/o Box 79176 Saginaw, Tex. 76179, February 10, 1994
182 Washington, D.C., 1979
183 Washington, D.C. Bud – 227 – Brenda -- 391, February 10, 1979
184 Wheat 0-51 Balance of Trade 51-156 Preserve our market 156-343 Japan 343-532 Politics AAM 556-693 B13, Politics hope you can get something from this if not get it in file 13 – if you leave nothing of interest to run on it BJS, undated
185 Jamison White Show with Dr. Gene Schroder, September 28, 1995
186 Wickstrom, Jim. Mission of Jesus the Christ Church P.O. Box 94, Newton, Wi 53063 “YHVH is GOD” Side 1. Pastor Thomas Stockheimer, POMC/Mortgage Foreclosures., undated
187 William, Lindsay. One Syndrome of Control. MAST, undated
188 1, 1, January 29, 1983
189 1, 2, January 29, 1983
190 1, 3, January 29, 1983
191 1, 4, January 29, 1983
192 #6 Side 1, undated
193 7:00 NFO, undated
194 Blank, undated
195 Blank, undated
196 Blank, undated
197 Blank, undated
198 Blank, undated
199 Blank, undated
200 Blank, undated
201 Blank, undated
202 Blank, undated
203 Blank, undated
204 Blank, undated
205 Blank, undated
206 Blank, undated
207 Blank, undated
208 Blank, undated
209 Blank, undated
210 Blank, undated
211 Blank, undated

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45 RPM Records

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6 212-227 Copies of Ace Ball's "American Agriculture Movement" and "The Last Rodeo", Ace-Hi Records, undated
228 n/a undated
229 Ah-Ah Allen "Kick the I.R.S." and "Montana I'm Sure Proud of You" on Allen Records, 1982
230 Tom Gillen "What Ever Happened (to the way it used to be.)" mono and stereo versions, on Brother Love Records, undated

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Reel to Reel Audio Tape

Box Item
6 231 Music World Recording Studio, American Agriculture Becky Lee; "Parity Not Charity" and "American Agriculture Prays", undated
232 Ant-ERA Meeting, undated
233 Harper's Christmas in Old Mexico; Gasahol meeting at Oakley, first speech Dean Shelor, April 2, 1987
234 "A Measure of Wheat for a Penny" Charley Turner, undated
235 [illegibile] AAM, undated
236 FLB Denver, April 2, 1987

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VHS Tape

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6 237 Torn from the Land narrated by Lindsey Williams, undated

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