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Spectator Records, 1966-1970

The Spectator began its existence as a weekly student newspaper in January 1966, when it was recognized as a registered Indiana University organization by the I.U. Board of Student Publications. This charter was revoked by the University administration in 1968, but the paper remained in publication as an independent paper until 1970. The Collection includes operational and financial records, correspondence, submissions, and back issues of the newspaper.

IU Archives collection number: C292

Article from underground newspaper The Spectator irreverently describing the results of the trial of the Dow Chemical protesters. Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection number C67. Go to the finding aid

Part two of article from underground newspaper The Spectator irreverently describing the results of the trial of the Dow Chemical protesters.Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection number C67. Go to the finding aid

Advertisement for The Black Market printed in The Spectator. The shop specialized in African goods, clothing, Black literature and sound recordings, until it was firebombed on December 26, 1968. Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection…

Cover of The Spectator depicting the bombed-out remains of The Black Market. Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection number C67. Go to the finding aid

Page from underground newspaper The Spectator showing images of the burned-out remains of The Black Market. Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection number C67. Go to the finding aid