Michael Scher Papers, 1969-74 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 15/13/33
Acquired: 2/13/1975; 2/14/1975; 5/3/1982
Volume: 6.3 cubic feet
Available for use at:
|Room 146 Main Library, Prior Request Preferred||1-3|
|Archives Research Center, 1707 S. Orchard||4-6|
Description: Papers of Michael Scher (1942-75), professor of history (1972-75), including correspondence, microfilm, thesis material, papers, outlines, notes on interviews, primary and secondary source documents and notes concerning his academic work at UCLA and research interests in Gustave Herve as a journalist, his writings and those of contemporary political writers with emphasis on the pre-World War I period. The source documents acquired at the Archives Nationales in Paris and the College at Lesneven in Brittany relate to the Department of Yonne, the proceedings of international and national socialist congresses prior to World War I, governmental reports on anarchist, antimilitarist and socialist movements and the French publications, La Vie Socialiste (1904-05) and La Revue Socialiste (1905-13).