Skip to main content

The Door (Vol. 3, No. 13), 1971-11-25


Scope and Contents

"Patient Suvives Balboa -- Barely" [intolerable conditions at Balboa Naval Hospital]; "Racism Revealed at Pendleton" [Charles E. Knox of the Congressional Black Caucus visited Camp Pendleton to talk with Black Marines about racism in the military]; "Reader's Soapbox"; "Unknown Man Succeeds Councilwoman" [F. Gilbert Johnson chosen by San Diego City Council to replace Helen Cobb, who resigned; demonstrations ensued]; "Manslaughter Charged in Abortion" [Sarasota, FL]; "Marvel Introduces Hung-Up Heroes" [comics]; "Nixon Nominates Two "Law-and-Order" Judges" [Lewis Powell and William Rehnquist]; "Shorts"; "CCCO Helps GI's [sic] In Trouble" [west coast office of the Central Commmittee for Conscientious Objectors]; "Experimental College Opens Third Year" [San Diego Experimental College at San Diego State]; "FBI Censors PBS" [Excerpted transcript of censored telecast regarding FBI informants]; "POW's [sic] Killed in South Vietnam" [prisoner interrogation in Vietnam, and the policy behind it]; "Negotiations continue" [Machinists Local 755 in negotiation with Rohr Industries]; "Rohr's Past Exposed" [history of Rohr Company]; "Transportation Crisis Closes In" [San Diego unable to meet 1975 California State Air Pollution Standards]; "Drug Alert" ["no bust" policy for overdoses brought to hospital immediately]; "Ecological Cookery"; "Welfare Advocate" [Humboldt County and unemployment benefits]; "Earth Our Home" [dismal year for California State Legislature, environmentally speaking]; "Notes from Overground..."; "Peace Post Upsets VFW" [Post 10203 of the Veterans of Foriegn Wars in Madison, Wisconsin, known as the "Peace Post"]; "Stereoscopes" [The Siegel-Schwall Band; I Can Hear It Now The Sixties / Walter Cronkite and Fred W. Friendly; All in the Family; Angel's Delight; Charles John Quarto; MY Goals Beyond / John McLaughlin; Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy / The Who]; "Pink Floyd" [interview]; "Dave Van Ronk" [interview]; "Folk Festival Taking Shape" [San Diego State's Folk Festival]; "Old Bluesman Rediscovered" [Thomas Shaw]; [cartoons]; "Support Your Local Police State" [copganda on television]; "Movies" [The Last Movie, Millhouse, Joe Hill, Play Misty For Me, The French Connection]; "Books" [Diet For A Small Planet / Frances Moore Lappe; The Bell Jar / Sylvia Plath; Notes From the Mountain / Cam Smith]; "Where It's At" [Vote Power: the Official Activist Campaigners Handbook; Emergency Conference for New Voters; U.S. Govt Press; Community Radio Station]


  • Publication: 1971-11-25

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for research. Access to fragile originals is restricted when access copies are available. The Special Collections and University Archives Reading Room is accessible by appointment only, Monday-Friday, 8am - 4pm. Final requests for materials must be made one hour prior to closing. Please submit requests for archival materials at least 24 hours in advance of desired appointment. Materials requested over the weekend will be available on the following Tuesday at the earliest. Please note that Special Collections and University Archives observes all campus holiday closures as noted in the Library Calendar. For more information, please send an email to


From the Collection: 300 Linear Feet