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I was born far too late to have lived through either of the “Red scares”, but that doesn’t mean their detritus isn’t available for me to find. Here is one example:
The publisher of this one is far from “lost”: The American Bar Association is still around, probably as strong as ever. Their “Standing Committee on Education against Communism”, however, appears to no longer exist.
Do note the “bar” in the ABA’s logo, though.
I’m not sure what to make of this book cover, which I found in my grand mother’s old attic:
Yes, that Confederacy.
Not a porno.
I found this antient (1914, despite what the cover says) yearbook from Colgate University:
EDIT (May 9, 2016): Added a “read more” line for people on slow connexions.
From my my grand mother’s attic, here is this paper binder cover for a series of juvenile magazines about the current affairs of the day:
News from the Department of Health and Human Services:
It is a 10 ream paper box. I have no idea what happened to the company, other than it disappeared in the pre-Internet days, so there is no record of it online… at all.
Any information would be welcome. It is a beautifully designed logo, especially the semicircle dots on the lowercase i’s.