Selected Highlights From the Collection
Tom Hayden Papers
Renowned activist Tom Hayden's personal documents, photographs, recordings and government files reveal an inside look at virtually every flashpoint in the nation's political evolution from the mid-20th century to the present.
"Tom was there 'at the creation,' you might say, of '60s protest movements," says Howard Brick, the Louis Evans Professor of History in LSA. "Through [Hayden's] career, this collection provides evidence of how the dissent of the 1960s had a long-term effect in the social and political life of the United States."
U-M acquires papers of alumnus and activist Tom Hayden, Michigan News (September 2, 2014)
Tom Hayden Returns to Michigan!, Beyond the Reading Room blog (September 5, 2014)