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4 collections related to Animal rights movement

Filter: 1920-1929
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Size: 4.25 linear feet (7 archival box, 1 legal box) Collection ID: MC 00456
Educational publications, advertisements, informational pamphlets, correspondence, subscription forms and ephemera related to animal rights and animal welfare, especially anti-vivisection. This collection appears to originate from the West of England, with a particular focus on the Manchester area. However, the collection also ... More
Animal Rights Network
Size: 91.25 linear feet (155 boxes, 8 cartons, 2 legal boxes, 1 half box) Collection ID: MC 00440
The Animal Rights and Animal Welfare Publications records contains magazines, journals, newsletters, newspapers, pamphlets, testimonials from federal hearings, books, annual reports, articles, comic books, leaflets, videotapes, catalogs, a screenplay, and an audio CD. Most publications were collected by the Animal Rights Network for ... More
Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Shapiro, Kenneth Joel
Size: 20.5 linear feet (41 boxes); 2.08 gigabytes Collection ID: MC 00603
The Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Records is a collection of documents and collected material from the Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals or PsyETA from 1981 to 2008. There is some material from 1926 in the folder for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine and various materials from ... More
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DeKok, Wim
Size: 40.1 linear feet (68 boxes, 6 legal boxes, 1 legal halfbox, 3 halfboxes, 1 flat box); 1 website Collection ID: MC 00566
The Wim Dekok Animal Rights Collection consists of publications, leaflets, clippings, articles, correspondence, archived web content, and photographs from national and international animal rights organizations. These materials, mostly compiled by Wim DeKok, originated in many countries, including Germany, France, the United Kingdom, ... More