Samuel R. Fogelgaren of Tenafly and Thomas R. Federowicz of Somerset have received the 2017 Paul A. Stellhorn Undergraduate New Jersey History Award, which recognizes outstanding undergraduate scholarship and writing about a subject in the state’s history.
You are very welcome. I am sorry for the many typos in my response since I wrote the response on an IPad and it has no spell check review function that I can access.
Possibly. Thank you for responding, Matt. Best, Brian
Thank you for this information. I appreciate your taking the time to respond. This is very helpful. My best regards!.
I find numerous references online to a 1950 Zoll pamphlet titled "How Red are the Schools?" (including a WorldCat library holdings record) but none to the specific title you mentioned. Could that be what you're looking for?
Hi. I'm publishing a book with Cambridge University Press, and I'd like to obtain images from the 1950 publication, "How Red is Your Little Red Schoolhouse," to use in the book Post-WWII chapter. This pamphlet was published by the National Council on American Education (Allen Zoll). I cannot find it. Does anyone know where these booklets might be located? I've checked all of my university databases without luck. I've also checked with the University of Arkansas' library where Zoll's papers are located.
Here are some suggestions
First, check out all Anti-Defamation League archives that you can find. Zoll was associated with t Coughlin's pro Nazi and rabidly anti- Semitic Christian Front in the 1930s. Later in the 1960s he was associated with his fellow millionaire WillIs Carto's Liberty Lobby which sought to fund and keep alive Nazi fascist ideology on the the far right and later fund Holocaust denial "research." The ADL was most involved in monitoring individuals like
Zoll and the groups he associated with and helped to fund
Hi Brian (If I may),
I reposted your question to the History of Education listserv (goo.gl/ewuV7h). A few list members have responded with useful information. Their replies can also be seen here: https://goo.gl/Ri9M1U
Thank you, Jonathan! I appreciate your helpful suggestions and will follow through by contacting the University of Oregon.
University of Georgia
Thank you, Adam. I appreciate your letting me know about this. I'd love to see the images if it's possible for you to email them to me. Thanks!
University of Georgia