Found in 99 Collections and/or Records:
Contains correspondence between Watkins, his publishers, and schools about his book Enough Rope, newspaper articles and book reviews about his book, and his book drafts from 1954 to 1970. It also contains newspaper and magazine articles, congressional reports and correspondence, and notes kept by Watkins about the Joseph McCarthy hearings from 1950 to 1981.
Contains information regarding the Joseph McCarthy trial during the 1950s. Included are pamphlets; copies of hearings, sessions, and press conferences; articles; copies of reports and hearings; Senate actions; hearings, prints, and reports relating to S. Res. 301; correspondence regarding television coverage of the hearings; correspondence supporting McCarthy; and correspondence expressing negative views of McCarthy.
Contains memorandums, statements, reports, minutes of hearings, arguments, correspondence, subpoenas, telegrams, vouchers, and debates regarding the censure to Senator Joseph McCarthy and S.Res. 301 that occurred during 1954. Also included is correspondence concerning senators Ralph E. Flanders and Wayne Morse.
Contains "U.S. Senate as a Continuing Body," taken from Congressional Record of January 6, 1953 from the debate on nation of adopting rules for the Senate of the 83rd Congress; various congressional records concerning S. Res. 301 from July and August of 1954; a Committee referral in the Congressional Record of August 5, 1954; and debates to censure Senator Joseph McCarthy in the Congressional Records from November 8 to December 2, 1954.
Contains news articles found among Watkins' pro-McCarthy correspondence from 1949 to 1956.
Contains postcards from American citizens expressing pro-McCarthy views concerning the activities of McCarthy to the Senate Select Committee.
Contains telegrams expressing pro-McCarthy views concerning the activities of McCarthy to the Senate Select Committee.