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Prepared by Mary P. Mason, May 30, 1989; Revised by Gregory Bodwell, May 22, 1997; Last Updated: August 2020
Inclusive Dates: 1948-1957
Extent: .20 cubic foot (1 manuscript box)
Physical Location: 11th floor
Biographical Note: Pauline Taylor, of Youngstown, Ohio, the wife of a steelworker, was active during the 1940s and 1950s in many civil and political groups. She was a member of the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the International Workers Order, the United Cultural Center, and the Democratic and Progressive parties. In 1950, she traveled to Russia and subsequently came under the scrutiny of the House Committee on unAmerican activities.
Scope and Content: The portion of the collection in Archives at this time consists entirely of Taylor's involvement with the Progressive Party, peace missions, reports and the Un-American Activities Committee.
Acquisition Information: On May 15, 1979, Roger Meade delivered a xerox copy of the papers of Taylor to Kent State University Special Collections and Archives. He obtained them from Taylor personally, who kept the original documents in her possession. Taylor has agreed to dedicate both literary and property rights to Special Collections and Archives.
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