Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
At Amherst College:
Marshall Bloom Collection of Alternative Newspapers: This collection of more than 3,000 titles is national in scope and chiefly covers the period 1967-1973. The collection is a portion of the business records of Liberation News Service, since the contents are the sample copies kept by LNS of all its subscribers' publications featuring LNS content.
David Kerr. Research Materials on Liberation News Service and the Alternative Press, 1969-1973.
Alumni Biographical Files: Class of 1966, Marshall Bloom
Stephen Diamond, What the Trees Said: Life on a New Age Farm. New York: Delacorte Press, 1971.
Ray Mungo, Famous Long Ago: My Life and Hard Times with Liberation News Service. Boston: Beacon Press, 1970.
Students for a Democratic Society Papers, 1958-1970 (microfilm, 41 reels).
At Other Institutions:
Alternative Press Collection at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut (includes office files of Liberation News Service)
Contemporary Culture Collection at Special Collections, Temple University (includes materials produced by alternative, independent, and small literary publishers, political organizations of the far left and right, social reform and liberation movement organizations, alternative lifestyle and energy advocates, and radicals in the professions)