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[Collection of buttons belonging to Vicki Wulwick]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09894 Author/Creator: Place Written: various Type: Header Record Date: 1969-1975 Pagination: 18 items.

Summary of Content: Collection of pins and buttons dated approximately 1970s. Pertain to various protests attended by Vicki Wulwick while attending Columbia University. Related to anti-war sentiments, environmental causes, and international human rights.

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Historical Era: 1945 to the Present

Subjects: ActivismAfricaAnti-warCharity and PhilanthropyCongressEducationEngineeringEnvironmentHuman RightsJudaismMedical HistoryPeace movementPeaceProtestsRadioRussian JewsStudentsUniversitiesVietnam WarWomen's Rights

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