John Cooper Collection

John Cooper finding aid

Reference Code

GB243 T/SOR/3


John Cooper Collection

Dates of Creation



4m; 11 archive boxes.

Name of Creators

John Cooper

Level of Description


Administrative History

John Cooper is a prominent local anarchist. He has been involved in a range of activities in Castlemilk and Glasgow including the anti-poll tax movement, the miners’ strike, and a number of local campaigns. He was part of a group of activists who occupied the Price Waterhouse offices in Glasgow to protest against the sequestration by the firm of the South Wales Miners’ funds and was, along with his fellow occupiers, subsequent prosecuted for the action.

Scope and Content

This collection includes a wealth of material on political campaigns local to the Glasgow area, Castlemilk in particular, and anarchist politics and activities in the UK. It includes material relating to a number of Glasgow based and Scottish anarchist groups, material relating to the anti-poll tax movement, claimants’ unions, the miners’ strike, anarchist educational events including the Free University and the Anarchist Summer School, and a variety of other political and industrial campaigns. It also includes a large collection of publications and serial produced by a wide range of groups from the anarchist and libertarian left tradition. The majority of these publications are from UK based groups but the collection includes some material from Spain, France and North America.

System of Arrangement

Items have been arranged according to subject and record type.

Custodial History

Material collected by John Cooper.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

John Cooper.

Appraisal, Destruction, Scheduling

Appraised according to the Spirit of Revolt appraisal policy.


Further accruals expected.

Access Conditions


Copyright Reproduction

Application for reproduction should be made to the archivist.

Existence of Copies

No known copies.

Finding Aids

Descriptive list available at Glasgow City Archives and on the Spirit of Revolt website.

Publication Note

No known publications.

Related collections

Other Spirit of Revolt (Ref: T/SOR) collections held at Glasgow City Archives.

Date(s) of Description

Compiled by Christopher Cassells (Project Archivist) with assistance from Hartwig Pautz (Volunteer). November 2012. Update with new accruals, Paula Larkin (project archivist) November 2016.

1 Castlemilk Claimants Union (CCU)
1 Minutes
1 CCU meeting on 15th April 1978
2 Correspondence
1 Letter to Divisional Director of Social Work from CCU 1981
2 Letter to unknown recepient from John Cooper, CCU 1982
3 Letter from Right to Work Campaign about demonstration in Brighton n.d.
3 Administrative papers Includes aims and principles, policy statements, reports, information on social security, membership card, list of contacts. Read on line,  PDF and other downloads. c.1977-c.1980
4 Leaflets and information for claimants Read on line PDF and other downloads. c.1977-c.1982
5 News cuttings on local and national claimants unions and related issues  Read Online PDF and other downloads. 1975-1979
6 Pamphlets on claimants rights and social security 1975-1980
7 Claimants Union Drumchapel Newsletter, September 1979
8 Welfare Rights Bulletin
1 36, June 1980
2 39, December 1980
9 Claimants Union Internal Bulletin. September 1978
10 Claimants Newspaper / Claimants Unite!
1 No. 5, Autumn 1975
2 No. 8
3 No. 9
4 No. 10
5 No. 11
6 No. 12
7 No. 13, Summer 1977
8 No. 15
9 No. 16
11 National Campaign Against the Supplementary Benefit Review Newsletter, no. 1 1979
12 Scrounger: The Claimants Paper, no. 1 1978
13 The Claimant, no. 6 n.d.
2 Castlemilk Community Education CentreMaterial relating to a dispute with Strathclyde Regional Council over the running and management of Castlemilk Community Education Centre. Includes correspondence, reports and news cuttings. 1976-1979
3 Castlemilk Conference on the Fowler Review Includes reports and leaflets c.1985
4 Castlemilk Unemployed Workers’ Group
1 Minutes
1 27th July 1983
2 10th August 1983
3 24th August 1983
4 Minutes on the meeting of the Strathclyde Federation of Unemployed Workers’ Centres/Groups. 22nd August 1983
2 News cuttingsCuttings of stories relating to Eddie Devine and his management and resignation from Castlemilk’s Centre for the Unemployed 1988
5 Campaign against Glenacre Quad car park in CastlemilkIncludes correspondence, news cuttings, photographs, posters and petition 1976
6 Castlemilk community newspaperNews cuttings relating to council opposition to a Castlemilk community newspaper 1981
7 Housing Material relating to disputes with housing associations and campaigns related to housing. Includes correspondence, notes, leaflets and reports relating to Castlemilk, Govanhill and the Gorbals. Also includes a poster and leaflet for the Castlemilk Sit-in at the housing office. c.1975-1980
8 Anti-Poll Tax campaign
1 Minutes and agendas
1 Castlemilk Anti-Poll Tax Union, 6th Sept. 1988
2 Castlemilk Anti-Poll Tax Union, 15th Sept. 1988
3 Castlemilk Anti-Poll Tax Union, 22nd Sept. 1988
4 Castlemilk Anti-Poll Tax Union, 29th Sept. 1988
5 Castlemilk Anti-Poll Tax Union, 6th Oct. 1988
6 Castlemilk Anti-Poll Tax Union, 13th Oct. 1988
7 Castlemilk Anti-Poll Tax Union, 20th Oct. 1988
8 Castlemilk Anti-Poll Tax Union agenda, n.d.
9 Strathclyde Anti-Poll Tax Federation, 8th August 1990
10 Anti-Poll Tax Forum, 15th August 1990
2 CorrespondenceIncludes correspondence between Tommy Sheridan and the Coopers, Strathclyde Regional Council and John Cooper, and anti-poll tax organisations and their supporters. 1988-1994
3 Finances Includes receipts and lists of donations. 1988-1990
4 Administrative papers Includes statements, template forms, membership cards, and notes 1988-1991
5 Leaflets and posters c.1988-c.1991
6 News cuttings Stories from local and national press relating to the anti-poll tax movement c.1988-c.1992
7 Jeanette McGinn Material relating to Jeanette McGinn’s, widow of folk singer Matt McGinn, refusal to pay the community charge. Includes letter from sheriff officers to Jeanette McGinn and news cuttings relating to her non-payment. 1989
8 Newspapers and newsletters
1 Refuse and Resist: news from local anti-poll tax groups. Nos. 1, 4, 5, 6, 7. 1989-1991
2 Stand Firm: paper of the Trafalgar Square Defendant’s Campaign. No. 5 1991
3 Pay No Poll Tax News. No. 2. 1989
4 Republican Worker Bulletin: bulletin of the Revolutionary Democratic Group (Scottish Committee). June issue. 1990
5 Stop the Poll Tax Bulletin. Summer issue. 1988
6 Muirhouse Community Resistance Against the Poll Tax Newsletter. Summer issue. 1990
7 Cambuslang & Rutherglen Campaign Against the Poll Tax Internal Newsletter. October issue. 1990
8 Woodlands Against the Poll Tax News. Autumn issue. 1989
9 EphemeraI includes anti-poll tax stickers, posters, postcards, Christmas card and pin badges. n.d.
10 Photographs Photographs of anti-poll tax campaigners at demonstrations. n.d.
11 Video DVD of STV and BBC footage of the Battle for Trafalgar. 1990
9 Administrative papers A collection of papers relating to a number of anarchist groups including Glasgow Anarchist Group, Scottish Federation of Anarchists, Clydeside Anarchists, Solidarity Federation, and the Anarchist-Communist Federation. Material includes statements of aims and principles, internal bulletins and minutes. Papers are sorted according to creating organisation. Read On Line,  PDF and other downloads. c.1983-c.1996
10 Glasgow Anarchists trip to Anarquisme Exposicio Internacional, Barcelona.Material relating to a trip by Glasgow anarchists to a anarchist conference in Barcelona in September 1993. Material includes correspondence, literature from the conference, photographs, financial records of the trip and ephemera including postcards, campaign material from CNT and a CNT t-shirt. Read On LinePDF and other downloads. 1993
11 Glasgow Solidarity Centre
1 Administrative papers Includes statements of aims and principles and proposals for meetings. c.1995
2 Financial records Includes bank statements and invoices c.1996-1997
3 Correspondence Letter from Solidarity Treasurer to Carol and John Cooper and letter from Robert Lynn to the centre. 1994-1995
4 Mailouts and newsletters. Read on linePDF and other downloads. c.1995
5 Leaflets Leaflets produced by the Solidarity centre and other campaign leaflets n.d.
12 The Miners’ Strike c.1984-1985
1 Leaflets Leaflets produced by Glasgow anarchist groups and other organisations supportive of the miners.
2 Newsletters
1 Counter Information: News from the picket line. No. 3.
2 Militant Miner
3 News cuttings Reports relating to the miners’ strike and action taken in solidarity with the miners.
4 Posters Posters produced by a number of groups supportive of the miners.
5 EphemeraI includes Christmas card and stickers.
6 Price Waterhouse Material relating to the occupation of Price Waterhouse offices in Glasgow to protest against the sequestration by the firm of the South Wales Miners’ funds and the subsequent prosecution of the occupiers. 1984-1985
1 News cuttings Reports relating to the occupation and subsequent trial.
2 Leaflets distributed during and after the occupation
3 Press release Statement by the occupying group to the press outlining their intent and motivation.
4 Precognitions of witnesses from the prosecution of the occupiers
5 Social work report on John Cooper(access status: closed without permission from data subject)
13 Anarchist Summer School and Dayschool
1 Administrative papers Includes minute book, financial records, registration details, lists of attendees, workshop timetables, accommodation and volunteering forms and other papers relating to the organisation of the summer school 1993
2 Leaflets for the Anarchist Summer School. Read on linePDF and other downloads. 1993-2003
14 Glasgow Anarchist Dayschool A leaflet promoting the dayschool and a pamphlet about patriarchy. 2003
15 Free Universit yConsists of a small collection of leaflets and newsletters relating to the Free University 1990-1991
16 Education Material relating to anarchist approaches to education. Includes papers relating to the Educational Workers Network, Castlemilk Philosophical Inquiry Group and an event titled ‘School and Politics of Obedience in the McLellan Galleries, Glasgow. 1991-2007
17 Save Netherton Primary School Campaign
1 Administrative papers Includes notes from meetings, policies for meetings, lists of contacts, and accounts of the activiists role in the campaign. c.1995
2 Correspondence Correspondence from the protestors, Netherton Primary School and Glasgow City Council to parents of children in the school. 1995-1996
3 Reports by Glasgow City Council on education policy. Includes a report by Netherton Action Group in response to a council consultative document. 1996
4 News From Netherton Headline: Victory for parent power!  Read On line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
5 Campaign material Includes leaflets, posters and badges.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads.
18 School closure campaigns Material from a variety of campaigns against school closures. Includes material relating to school closures in North Lanarkshire, Glasgow and East Ayrshire. Material includes news cuttings, photographs, newsletters, leaflets, a notice to occupiers of St Paul’s Primary School, Hurlford from East Ayshire council and minutes from a meeting of meeting of Castlemilk Save Our Schools & Services. Read on line,   PDF and other downloadsRead On Line,   PDF and other downloads.  c.1996-c.2010
19 Kinning Park Neighbourhood Centre campaign Material relating to a campaign against the closure of Kinning Park Neighbourhood Centre. Includes leaflets and a newsletter.Sit-in poster,    Read on line,    PDF and other downloads.
20 Correspondence Series of correspondence from individuals involved or interested in the anarchist movement to John Cooper. John Cooper’s name and address was included in many anarchist publications as a contact in Glasgow hence a large volume of letters from people expressing an interest in or a desire to join the anarchist movement in Glasgow. Also includes a number of letters written to Robert Lynn. c.1979-1994
21 Glasgow Solidarity Network Includes lists of contacts, leaflets, minutes of meetings, strategy papers, news cuttings and information from various sources, including Glasgow City Council, on housing problems in Govanhill. c.2008-2010
22 Workers’ City Small number of items relating to Workers’ City and criticism of Glasgow’s City of Culture 1990. Inlcudes news cuttings, photographs, postcards and correspondence. 1990-1991
23 Class War Material relating to Scottish Class War groups. Includes leaflets and internal bulletins. 1991-2005
24 Glasgow Autonomous Projec tLeaflets produced by Glasgow Autonomous Project n.d.
25 Anarchy in the UK Leaflets and itineraries for an anarchist conference held in London. 1994
26 Scottish Legal Action Group Material relating to Scottish Legal Action Group and legal services in Glasgow. Includes general information on available services and information about a conference on the future provision of legal services in Glasgow. 1980-1984
27 Anarchist bookshops Material on anarchist bookshops, book fairs, and book launches from around the UK. Includes leaflets, catalogues and news cuttings. Read on line,  PDF and other downloads. 1980-2011
28 Theatre Material related to anarchist theatre groups and performances. c.1978-1979
29 Obituaries Obituaries and material from funerals of a number of individuals associated with the anarchist movement including Farquhar McLay, John Taylor Caldwell, Robert Lynn, John Prebble, Donald McLay and Cathie McLay 1996-2011
30 Persons unknown trial ‘Persons unknown’ was the name given to the trial of five anarchists at the Old Bailey on charges of conspiracy to cause explosions. Includes pamphlets, leaflets and news cuttings relating to the trial. 1978-1979
31 Aubrey Berry Campbell Case Material relating to the ‘ABC trial’, the prosecution of two journalists and a signals intelligence officer for breaching the Official Secrets Act. Includes correspondence from the ABC Defence Committee to John Cooper, bulletins and press briefings, and news cuttings. 1978
32 Anti-Job Seekers AllowanceMaterial on campaigns against the introduction of the Job Seekers Allowance and material related to other aspects of the benefits system and claimant support groups. Includes leaflets, pamphlets, news cuttings, and other campaign literature. c.1996
33 Anti-Criminal Justice Act Material relating to campaigns against the introduction of the Criminal Justice Act. Includes leaflets,pamphlets and information on a dispute between the Scottish Alliance Against the Bill and the National Coalition Against the Bill. c.1994
34 Anti-Cuts material Material relating to anti-cuts campaigns. Predominately from campaigns against Conservative government cuts in the 1990s but also includes anti-cuts material from campaigns against the Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government’s programme of cuts. Includes leaflets, pamphelts and other campaign literature. c.1996-2011
35 Industrial Workers of the World Material relating to IWW including a number of leaflets, pamhlets and badges. Read On Line PDF and other downloads. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads.
36 Tommy Sheridan and Scottish Militant Labour Material relating to Tommy Sheridan, Scottish Militant Labour, Scottish Socialist Alliance, Scottish Socialist Party, and Solidarity. Includes news cuttings and leaflets. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads.    Read OnlinePDF and other downloads. c.1991-2011
37 Anti-nuclear campaigns Material from various anti-nuclear campaigns including CND, Faslane Peace Camp, Scottish Campaign to Resist the Atomic Menace, and Glasgow Anti-Nuclear Groupd. Includes leaflets and other campaign literature.            Read on Line,  PDF and other downloads. c.1979-2000
38 Anti-Election Campaigns Small collection of leaflets and news cuttings on anti-election and anti-politician campaigns. Read onlinePDF and other downloads. n.d.
39 Mayday Material relating to various Mayday events. Includes leaflets and pamphlets.May Day 1998 –cover,  pages 2/3, page 4, 2000, cover, Page 2, 2000, front, back, 2004, front,  front,  back, c.1998-2004
40 Anti-Monarchy material Small collection of anti-monarchy leaflets.No’s. 40i, 40ii, 40iii, 40iv. c.1998
41 Graham Meldrum Memorial Campaign Material relating to a campaign for safer working environments after the death of Graham Meldrum in a workplace accident. Includes correspondence with the Scottish Executive, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service and solicitors. Also includes information about the campaign.Read on line, PDF and other downloads. c.2006-2007
42 McLibel Support Campaign Material relating to the McLibel Support Campaign. Includes posters, leaflets, stickers and news cuttings. Read on line,  PDF and other downloads. c.1996
43 Fire Brigade Union strike material Includes leaflets and stickers from the FBU strike. No’s 43i, 43ii, 43iii, 43iv, 43v, 43vi, 43vii, 43viii, 43ix, 43x, 43xi, 43xii, 43xiii, 43xiv, View All 2002
44 Hands Off Our Water Campaign Material related to the anti-water privatisation campaign. Includes leaflets and posters. No’s 44i, 44ii, 44iii, 44iv, 44v, 44vi, n.d.
45 Pollok Free State Small collection of leaflets and news cuttings relating to Pollok Free State and M77 protestors. Read On LinePDF and other downloads.  Read on linePDF and other downloads. 1995
46 Elspeth King Defence Committee Small collection of leaflets and news cuttings relating to the Elspeth King Defence Committee. No’s: 46i, 46ii, 46iii, 46iv. 1990
47 Save Glasgow Green Campaign to stop private development on Glasgow Green. Includes a leaflet, petition, fact sheet and newsletter. Read On Line,  PDF and other downloads. 1990
48 Paddy’s Market Includes a history of the market, a news cutting on its future and the minutes from a meeting of Glasgow City Council’s Central Area Management Committee relating to the market. Read On LinePDF and other downloads. 1987
49 News cuttings and articles Articles and newspaper cuttings on a variety of topics relating to anarchist politics and activities. Includes a folder of news cuttings on mismanagement in Glasgow City Council, news cuttings on state secrecy, and articles and pamphlets written by members of the anarchist movement on topics ranging from feminism and pornography to the Spanish revolution. Read Online,  PDF and other downloads. c.1977-2010
50 Leaflets Collection of leaflets promoting anarchism and anarchist events and from a variety of campaigns. These leaflets provide an account of the breadth of campaigns John Cooper and other anarchists took an interest in. Batch 1, Read on line PDF and other downloads. Batch 2, Read on linePDF and other downloads, Batch 3, Read on linePDF and other downloads.
51 Stickers and badges A collection of stickers and badges from various campaigns.  Read Online,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
52 Publications and pamphlets  Download  Thumbnails.   Nos.   23243947,  48 49,  5053.
1 Women in the Spanish Revolution. Liz Willis, Solidarity Pamphlets no. 48. Front Cover. 1975
2 On Spontaneity and Organisation. Murray Bookchin, Solidarity Pamphlet no. 49. Front Cover. 1975
3 The Crisis of Modern Society. Paul Cardan, Solidarity Pamphlet no. 23. Front Cover. 1965
4 From Bolshevism to the Bureaucracy. Paul Cardan, Solidarity Pamphlet no. 24. Front Cover. n.d.
5 Under new management? The Fisher-Bendix Occupation. Solidarity Pamphlet no. 39. Front Cover. 1972
6 Trade Unionism or Socialism. John Zerzan, Solidarity Pamphlet no. 47  Front Cover. n.d.
7 Contribution to the critique of Marx. John Crump, Solidarity Pamphlet no. 50. Front Cover. 1976
8 On the Buses. Penny Fair, Solidarity Pamphlet no. 53.  Front Cover. 1976
9 A Public Nuisance: Tales of adventure & a spirit of revolt, Glasgow anarchists 1974 to 1986. Jim McFarlane. n.d.
10 Workers’ Control. Syndicalist Workers’ Federation Pamphlet. Front Cover.  Read Online PDF and other downloads. n.d.
11 High Intensity Subversion. Ronin, Cienfuegos Press.  Front Cover. 1981
12 Festivals: A survival guide. Festival Welfare Services. Front Cover. n.d.
13 The Industrial Relations Bill: A declaration of war. Peter Hampton, IMG Publication. Front Cover. n.d.
14 The Workers’ Committee: An Outline of its Principles and Structure. J.T. Murphy, Re-prtints in Labour History no. 1. Front Cover. 1972
15 The Miners’ Next Step: Being a Suggested Scheme for the Re-organisation of the Federation. Issued by the Unofficial Reform Committee, Reprints in Labour History no. 4. Front Cover. 1973
16 Choice and “The Welfare State”. Richard M. Titmuss, Fabian Tract 370. Front Cover. 1966
17 Poverty, Socialism, and Labour in Power. Peter Townsend, Fabian Tract 371. Front Cover. 1966
18 A Selection of Cartoons by Oisin. Front Cover. 1978
19 Bratach Dubh Anarchist Pamphlets: no. 1, Anarchism and the national liberation struggle, by Alfredo M. Bonanno, 2 copies, reprinted edition, January 1978 & revised edition 1981; no. 2, Critique of Syndicalist Methods, Trade Unionism to anarcho-syndicalism by Alfredo M. Bonanno; no.3, workers’ autonomy and no.8, For an Anti-Authoritarian Insurrectionist International – Proposal for a Debate. Elephant Editions. 1978-1993
20 Anarchism and Selfishness. Donald Rooum. Front Cover. 1987
21 Introduction to the Anarchist Communist Association Front Cover. 1979
22 Anarchist Economics: an alternative for a world in crisis. Abraham Guillen. Front Cover. n.d.
23 CIA Briefing. Agnee & Hosenball Defence Committee  Front Cover. 1975
24 Astrid Proll: the case against her extradition. Friends of Astrid Proll. Front Cover. n.d.
25 Introduction to Social Revolution. Front Cover. n.d.
26 The Organisational Platform of the Libertarian Communists. Anarchist Workers Association. Front Cover. 1975
27 Freedom for Astrid Proll. Friends of Astrid Proll. Front Cover. n.d.
28 Covert Action Against Phil Agee: what next? Agee-Hosenball Defence Committee. Front Cover. n.d.
29 Jamaica Destabilised. Agee-Hosenball Defence Committee. Front Cover. n.d.
30 The Tyranny of Structurelessness. Jo Freeman. Front Cover. n.d.
31 Portugal: Between two stools. SR Group Publication. Front Cover. 1977
32 The Enslavement of the Working Class in China. Dirk Wouters, Socialist Revolution. Front Cover. 1976
33 Libraries Are Ours: The Public Library as a Source of Information for Community Groups. Barbara Darcy and Ashok Ohri. Front Cover. 1978
34 Written in Flames: Naming the British Ruling Class. I-Spy Productions. Front Cover. n.d.
35 Doing Business: a mischief-makers handbook. SPIG/1 in 12 Publications. Front Cover. 1987
36 Out from beneath the boot. Neruda Press. Front Cover. 1993
37 Homenaje a Pablo Neruda! Neruda Press Front Cover. n.d.
38 Anarcho Syndicalism in Puerto Real. Solidarity Federation/La Presa publication. Front Cover. 1995
39 Take to the streets! A Short Anthology of Poetry Selected by Nick Sims for Streetland 30 April – 2 May 2010. Front Cover. 2010
40 Why aid? Sky and Trees Booklet. Front Cover. n.d.
41 Anarchist Year Book. Phoenix Press. Front Cover. 1996
42 From an Egoist’s Windowpane. Contains signed dedication to John Cooper by Robert Lynn. Front Cover. n.d.
43 Why I Won’t Vote. Front Cover. 1964
44 Vote: What For? Robert Lynn. Front Cover. n.d.
45 Egoism. John Beverley Robinson. Front Cover. 1988
46 The Art of Anarchy. Flavio Gostantini. Front Cover. 1986
47 Os Cangaceiros: Freedom is the crime which contains all crimes and some texts about recent movement in France. Front Cover. 1985
48 A Scottish Shtetl: Jewish Life in the Gorbals 1880-1974. Front Cover. n.d.
49 A Guide to Workplace Bulletins. An SWP Pamphlet. Front Cover. n.d.
50 Ways and Means: A directory of alternative information. Student Community Action. Front Cover. 1978.
51 Scottish Prisons: Lift the lid! A Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism! Pamphlet. Front Cover. 1985
52 Re-Fuse: Further dialectical adventures into the (un)known. Nick Brandt. Front Cover. n.d.
53 The Sex Discrimination Act and the Struggle for Women’s Rights. A Socialist Woman Publication. Front Cover. n.d.
54 The Myth of Motherhood. Lee Comer. Front Cover. n.d.
55 Families. Linda Gordon. Front Cover. 1970
56 Kinder, Kuche, Kirche as Scientific Law: psychology constructs the female. Naomi Weisstein. Front Cover. n.d.
57 Law (?) and Orders: the story of the Belfast curfew 3-5 July 1970. Sean Og O Fearghail. Front Cover. 1970
58 Anarchism: the feminist connection. Peggy Kornegger. Front Cover. n.d.
59 Let the gabblers gabble! Or, how and why you should ignore Marxist intellectuals. Orgonauts. Front Cover. n.d.
60 Mutinies: 1917-1920. Dave Lamb. Front Cover. n.d.
61 Towards a Citizens’ Militia: Anarchist Alternatives to Nato & the Warsaw Pact. IRSM/1st of May Group. Front Cover. 1980
62 Once Upon A Time There Was A Place Called Nothing Hill Gate… A Critical History of the Notting Hill Carnival, Notting Hill Gate as a whole, and beyond. Front Cover. 1988
63 GRYPS: youth information and counselling service. Front Cover. 1978
64 The Equal Pay and Sex Discrimination Acts: Report from Scotland. Margaret Marshall & Chris Aldred. Front Cover. n.d.
65 The Great Sales Robbery: The case against selling council houses. Front Cover. n.d.
66 Lie of the land: Community Land Act, Land Nationalisation Betrayed. Land Campaign Working Party. Front Cover. n.d.
67 Who needs nuclear power? A comprehensive guide to nuclear power produced by Students Against Nuclear Energy. Front Cover. n.d.
68 The Nuclear Disaster. Counter Information Services. Front Cover. n.d.
69 John MacLean, Martyr of the Class Struggle, The Man, His Work, and His Worth by Guy A. Aldred. Published by Bakunin Press.  1932
70 Historical Materialism by Frederick Engels. Published by the Socialist Labour Press, Edinburgh.  1902.
71 Definitions of Economic Terms by Karl Marx. Published by Socialist Labour Press, Glasgow. n.d.
72 Wage, Labour and Capital by Karl Marx, with an introduction by Frederick Engels. Published by the Socialist Labour Press, Glasgow. n.d.
73 The Royal Commission. Scottish Poor Law Reform. Summary of Reports and Chairman’s Memorandum.  n,d.
74 Crisis on Clydeside by Allen Hutt, with an introduction by Hugh Hinshelwood, A.E.U. Published by Workers’ Bookshop. 1934.
75 The Radical Revolt. A Description of the Glasgow Rising in 1820 – The March and Battle of Bonnymuir by Andrew Hardie (Secretly) in prison and smuggled out. n.d.
76 On Liberty by John Stuart Mill. No. 13, Rationalist Press Association (R.P.A.) Cheap Reprints. 1915.
77 Miscellany. A collection of political pamphlets including: Opportunism and Social – Chauvinism by V.I. Lenin; Britain’s Workers, Leaders in the struggle for Socialism by the University Labour Federation and others. n.d.
78 The Martyrs of Puddler. A Guide to the Museum in the Memorial Cottages, Puddler, Dorset. Published by the Trades Union Congress.  n.d.
79 On the Poverty of Student Life, Situationist International.   n.d.
80 Bust Book. The People v. Regina… About Law. Published by Action Books.  1970.
81 Squatter’s Handbook July 1974.  1974.
82 The Friends of Durruti – A Chronology by Paul Sharkey. 1984.
83 The Case for Constructive Peace by Aldous Huxley, 50th Anniversary No. 1 Voices from the Past. Published by The Peace Pledge Union. 1984.
84 Anarchist International Action Against Francoism from Genoa 1949 to the First of May Group by Antonio Téllez Solà, translated by Paul Sharkey; with a tribute to Téllez by Stuart Christie. Published by Kate Sharpley Library. 2010.
85 The Real Rulers of Scotland by Thomas Burns. Issued by The London Scots Self Government Committee. 1940
86 Armageddon Incorporated. The True Story of the Jehovah Witnesses. Their Superstitions, Charlatanism, Sincerities, Fanaticisms, and Anti-Militarism exhibited and exposed by Guy A. Aldred. 1941
87 A Call to Manhood and other Studies in Social Struggle. 20 Essays by Guy A. Aldred. 1944
88 The Two Nations. A May-Day Message. The text of a Speech delivered on May 5th 1963 in Central Halls Glasgow. 1963
89 Socialism and Marriage by Guy Aldred. Published by Hobnail Press. 2006
90 On Law by William Godwin. Published by Freedom Press. n.d.
91 Anarchism and Outrage, Freedom Pamphlet, (Reprinted from “Freedom” for December 1893.) 1909
92 Freedom is it a Crime? The Strange Case of Three Anarchists Jailed at the Old Bailey, April 1945. Two Speeches by Herbert Read. Foreword by E. Silverman. Published by Freedom Press Defence Committee.  1945
93 The Philosophy of Anarchism by Herbert Read. Published by Freedom Press.  1942
94 The Education of Free Men by Herbert Read. Published by Freedom Press.  1944
95 Bakunin & Nechaev by Paul Avrich. Published by Freedom Press.  1974
96 Freedom Pamphlets Fighting the Revolution No 1. N. Makhno, B.Durruti, E.Zapata, 2 editions 1971 and 1985 and No. 2. Peter Kropotkin, Louise Michel and The Paris Commune.  1971-1985
97 Towards Anarchism by Errico Malatesta. Published by Drowned Rat Collective.  1985
98 The Socialist Reconstruction of Society by Daniel de Leon. Published by the Socialist Labour Press.  n.d.
99 “My Social Credo” by G.P. Maximoff. Published by Boris Yelensky Book Fund.  1973
100 The Relevance of Anarchism to Modern Society by Sam Dolgoff. Published by Soil of Liberty.  n.d.
101 The American Labor Movement: A New Beginning by Sam Dolgoff. Published by Resurgence.International Blacklist 1983. An Anti-Authoritarian Directory. Published by Blacklist Group. 1980
102 International Blacklist 1983. An Anti-Authoritarian Directory. Published by Blacklist Group. 1983
103 The Rise and Repression of Radical Labor USA – 1877-1918 by Daniel R. Fusfeld. Published by Charles H. Kerr Publishing Company 1980
104 Facts on Spanish Resistance No. 1: Unamuno’s Last Lecture; Catalan Manifesto and Spanish Prisoners and what can be done. n.d.
105 Chartism by F.C. Mather. Published by The Historical Association, London, (reprinted with revised postscript 1972).
106 France – May ’68. Produced by the “Calderwood 15”.
107 The Bourgeois role of Bolshevism It’s relation to World Revolution. Published by Glasgow Peoples Press Historical Reprint. n.d.
108 Elegies. For the Dead of Cyrenaica by Hamish Henderson. Published by Edinburgh University Student Publication Board (EUSPB). n.d.
109 Chains of Hate. The Prison Poetry of Sammy Ralston. Published by Random Factor. 1993
110 Don’t Call Them Government Spies. Prose & Poetry Against the Criminal Justice Act. Edited by Jim Ferguson & Andy Lewis. Published by Scottish Defiance Alliance in association with Neruda Press. May 1st. 1995
111 Homage to John MacLean. Edited by T.S.Law and Thurso Berwick. Published by Edinburgh University Student Publication Board (EUSPB). 1979
112 An Anti-Statist Communist Manifesto by Joseph Lane. First published, London, 1887. New Anarchist Library – 1. Published by Cienfuegos Press. 1978
113 Towards a fresh revolution, The Friends of Durruti Group ( Barcelona 1938). New Anarchist Library – 2. Published by Cienfuegos Press. 1978
114 Anarchism. Arguments For and Against by Albert Meltzer. New Anarchist Library. Published by Cienfuegos Press. 1981
115 Anarchism. Arguments For and Against by Albert Meltzer. Third edition with additional content to the Cienfuegos edition at the end. Published by Black Flag. 2007
116 The German guerrilla; terror, reaction, and resistance. Published by Cienfuegos Press & Soil of Liberty. 1981
117 Three Essays on Anarchism by Charlotte Wilson. New Anarchist Library IV. Published by Cienfuegos Press. 1979
118 A woman without a country by Emma Goldman. New Anarchist Library 3. Published by Cienfuegos Press. 1979
119 Milly Witkop/Rocker by Rudolf Rocker. Published by Cienfuegos Press & Soil of Liberty. 1981
120 The Poverty Of Statism. Anarchism vs Marxism, A Debate: Bukharin, Fabbri, Rocker. Published by Cienfuegos Press & Soil of Liberty. 1981
121 The First Mayday: The Haymarket Speeches of Voltarine de Cleyre, 1895-1910. Introduction, notes and bibliography by Paul Avrich. Published by Cienfuegos Press, Libertarian Book Club & Soil of Liberty. 1980
122 The International Revolutionary Solidarity Movement: A study of the Origins and Development of the Revolutionary Anarchist Movement in Europe, 1945 – 1973, with particular reference to the First of May Group. Edited by Albert Meltzer. Published by Cienfuegos Press. 1975
123 Proudhonist Materialism & Revolutionary Doctrine by Stephen Condit. Published by Cienfuegos Press. 1982
124 A Critique of State Socialism by Michael Bakunin with drawings by Richard Warren, B. Books, reprinted and published by Pirate Press, Sheffield. Taken from Cienfuegos Press Edition 1981. Duplicate copy in DEK Collection. 1986
125 RAF. Background & Information. Anyone in W. Germany found in possession of the printed matter contained in this pamphlet is liable to immediate arrest and imprisonment. n.d.
126 Peter Kropotkin. His Federalist Ideas by Camillo Berneri. Published by Pirate Press, Sheffield. n.d.
127 The Wage System by Peter Kropotkin. First written as a chapter in The Conquest of Bread 1888. Published by Pirate Press, Sheffield. n.d.
128 Life and it’s Replacement with a Dull Reflection of Itself, Preliminary Thesis of The Pleasure Tendency, 1st Edition, Published by The Pleasure Tendency. Duplicate copy in DEK Collection. 1986
129 Lessons of the General Strike by Bob Dent. Published by Millennium. 1973
130 An Appeal to the Young by P. Kropotkin. Published by William Reeves. n.d.
131 War! By Pierre Kropotkin. Seventh Edition. Published by William Reeves. n.d.
132 Great Anarchists compiled and illustrated by Peter Willis. Published by Dead Trees And Dye. n.d.
133 What is the C.N.T. ? by José Peirats, 2nd edition. Printed and published by Black Flag Printshop for Simian Publications. 1974
134 The Wilhelmshaven Revolt, A Chapter of the Revolutionary Movement in the German Navy 1918-1919 by Icarus (Ernst Schneider), 1st Simian Edition. First published in 1944 by Freedom Press. Duplicate copy in DEK Collection. 1975
135 Grand National Holiday and Congress of the Productive Classes, William Benbow, Selection of Erotica from The Rambler’s magazine. Edited and Introduced by S.A. Bushell. Published by Pelagian Press. n.d.
136 The Kronstadt Uprising 1921 by Ida Mett, Solidarity (London) Pamphlet 27. Duplicate in DEK Collection. n.d.
137 Authoritarian Conditioning, Sexual Repression and the Irrational in Politics by M. Brinton. Solidarity Pamphlet/33. First published in mimeograph form in 1970. 1975
138 Syndicalists in the Russian Revolution by G.P. Maximoff. Reprinted to celebrate the Essex Libertarian Conference. Jan 1978
139 The Anti-climax by Alexander Berkman. Published by Phoenix Press. n.d.
140 Of Student Poverty (an edition of On the Poverty of Student Life), published by Spontaneous Combustion. n.d.
141 Basic Bakunin, Anarchist Communist Editions No.1. Published by the Anarchist Communist Federation. n.d.
142 On the Duty of Civil Disobedience by Henry Thoreau. With an introduction by Gene Sharp. Published January 1963. Reprinted jointly by Housmans, London and FoR, New York. 1-9-76
143 The Class Nature of the Soviet State. The Workers’ State & The Question of Thermidor & Bonapartism by Leon Trotsky. Published by New Park Publications. 1973
144 CNT: Organising an Anarchist-Synicalist Trade Union. Published by the Spanish Information Network. n.d.
145 Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Anarchism But Were Afraid To Ask. First published by The Anarchist Media Group. This edition published jointly by Black Sheep, Dark Star & Rebel Press.
146 Marxism versus Reality by Brian Moseley. Published by San Fairy An Press. n.d.
147 A True Historie & Account of the Pyrate Captain Mission, his crew & their Colony of Libertatia founded on Peoples Rights & Liberty on the Island of Madagascar. Retold by Larry Law. Published by Spectacular Times. 1980
148 Spanish Political Prisoners by Miguel Garcia. Published by Simian. n.d.
149 Collectives In Spain, a small anthology. Published by Black Dog Press. 1971
150 Anarchy, A Journal of Anarchist Ideas. Published by Freedom Press. No.15 – The Work of David Willis, No.18 – Comprehensive School, No.39 – The Legacy of Homer Lane & No.43 – Parents and Teachers. May-6, Sept 64
151 The General Strike. Published by the Industrial Workers of the World. 1-5-82
152 Preamble and Constitution of The Industrial Workers of the World. Organised July 7, 1905.
153 IWW Songs. Songs of the Workers – To Fan The Flames Of Discontent, 4th edition. Published by the Industrial Workers of the World. July 1980
154 Bratach Dubh, Documents No. 1. The Angry Brigade. 1978
53 Practical Anarchy
Posters, news sheets and leaflets produced by Practical Anarchy.
54  Glasgow Anarchist Federation Posters and leaflets produced by Glasgow Anarchist Federation. n.d.
55  Posters Small collection of posters for a variety of anarchist events and campaigns. n.d.
56  Serials
1 Poison girls Magazine. No. 3. 1983
2 MS Print. No. 1, Read onlinePDF and other downloads, ,No. 2, Front Cover No.4, Read onlinePDF and other downloads. c.1978
3 The Leveller. Pilot issue and nos. 1-9, 11-42,  Read on linePDF and other downloads. 1976-1980
4 Peace News: for nonviolent revolution. Nos. 2055, 2057, 2082, 2102-2136. Read on linePDF and other downloads. 1977-1981
5 Xtra! The paper for the armchair terrorist. Pilot issue, January 1980 issue and nos. 3-10. Read onlinePDF and other downloads. c.1980
6 Glasgow Peoples Press. Nos. 1-5, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads,  No.6, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads, 7-9, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads,  No.10,  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. No.11, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. c.1977
7 Anarchy magazine. 2nd. series, Volume 1,   No.10, Read on LinePDF and other downloads, Nos. 4-6, 10-31, 33. Front Covers only. Read on line,  PDF and other downloads.  Issues No. 4, 5, 6. Read on linePDF and other downloads.  No. 7, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads, No’s. 8-9, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads.  No. 11, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads, Nos. 12-13, Read on line,   PDF and other downloadsNo.14, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads, Nos. 15-16, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads.(Page 2 missing from No. 16.)  19-20, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads.
8 Solidarity: paper of the Solidarity National Group. Nos. 2-5 n.d.
9 Solidarity: for social revolution. Nos. 1-16 and an internal newsletter from 09-12-1979. Read onlinePDF and other downloads. 1978-1981
10 Libertarian Struggle: for Workers’ Power / Anarchist Worker. Nos. 1, 3, 8-14, Nov-Dec 1974 issue, May 1975 issue, 24, 26, May/June 1974 issue, 27-30, 33-35, October 1977 issue, Special Edition. 1973-1977
11 Community Action. Nos. 24-31, 44. 1976-1979
12 Open Road. No. 4, Fall 1997 Read on line,   PDF and other downloads, issues 5, 8-10. 1977-1979
13 Bread and Roses: Paper of the Anarchist Communist Association. Nos. 5-6, July 1978, September 1978, November 1978 and two unnumbered/undated issues. 1978-1980
14 Libertarian Communist. July 1978 issue and 4 special supplements. c.1978
15 Libertarian Communist Review: Journal of revolutionary anarchism. Winter 1974 issue and 1 undated issue. c.1974
16 Libertarian Communism. Nos. 8-9. n.d.
17 The Glasgow Keelie. Nos. 1-7, 16-17,  July 1991, April 1992, May 1992, July 1992, and 1 undated issue. Read On Line.  Digital images courtesy of Workers City Issue 20, Read on line,  PDF and other downloads. 1990-1992
18 Poison Pen. 88 issues.  Read on linePDF and other downloads. 1979-1981
19 Law & State. Glasgow East End Group. Nos. Cover 1, IndexCover 3, Index,   Cover 5, Index. n.d.
20 Solidarity: for workers’ power. Vol. 8, nos. 2, Read onlinePDF and other downloads, 4, Read onlinePDF and other downloads, 7, Read onlinePDF and other downloads. c.1974
21 Solidarity Motor Bulletin 8: Chrysler Workers Beware! Read onlinePDF and other downloads. c.1978
22 Resistance. Published by the Resistance Collective, Dublin. Nos. 1-2. Front page, No.1,  Front page, No.2, 1980
23 Resistance Comix.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
24 Anarchist Worker. Published by the Anarchist Workers Alliance, Belfast. Nos. 1-4. Read On Line PDF and other downloads.  Front page, No.5,  Front page, No.6 1979-1980
25 Self-Control! Not State Control: News and views of the Belfast Anarchist Collective. 1 issue. Front cover. n.d.
26 Outta control: News & Views of the Belfast Anarchist Collective. Nos. 2-5, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads.  7-10, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads, 11-23 Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads.  Nos. 24-26, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads, 30. 1980-1982
27 Workers Power: for social revolution. Issue Nos. 1,2. Read On LinePDF and other downloads. 1975
28 Social Revolution. (Formerly Workers Power). Paper of the Social Revolution Group. Issues Nos. 3,   4,   5, Read On Line PDF and other downloads.   7,   8. n.d.
29 Solidarity: for social revolution. Internal newsletter. No. 1. 1979
30 The Big Print: the other North-East paper. No. 4, Read on line,   PDF and other downloadsNo. 5, Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads.
31 Clyde Action: to unite against the cuts. Nos. 1-3,  Read On line,   PDF and other downloads. 4-6. 1977-1978
32 Clydeside Action. Nos. 5, 6, 8, 11.. 5-Cover PP’s  -2 -3 -4 -5  -6  -7 -8  -9 -10/11  -12 -13 -14 -15  -16  -17  -18 -19 -20   Issue 6 cover  PP’s  -2. -3   -4  -5  -6  -7 -8 -9  -10/11 n.d.
33 Free-Winged Eagle. No.1, Read On line, PDF and other downloads.  No.2, Read On line,   PDF and other downloads.  3, 4. c.1979
34 Toxic Graffiti. No. 3, No. 4, Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1979
35 Zero: Anarchist/Anarca-feminist monthly. Nos. 3, 5-7. 1977-1978
36 Persons Unknown Trial Info. Nos. 1-3. c.1979
37 Hot Gossip. 7 issues. c.1980
38 Troops Out: journal of the troops out movement. Nos. 1-2. 1976
39 Spare Rib: a women’s liberation magazine. Nos. 50, 53, 56, 79. 1976-1979
40 New Internationalist: the people the ideas the action on the fight for world development. Nos. 72-75. 1979
41 Womens Voice. Womens magazine of the Socialist Workers Party. Nos. 15-20, 23-24. 1978
42 North American Anarchist: the newspaper dedicated to direct action. Vol. 1, no. 1. 1979
43 Soil of Liberty. Published by North Country Anarchists and Anarcho-feminists. Vol. 5, no. 1. Read On Line,  PDF and other downloads. 1979
44 The Match: an anarchist journal. No. 82. Read OnlinePDF and other downloads. 1987
45 Triad: Freedom Love Peace.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
46 Black Cat: a libertarian socialist paper for Dundee. October issue. 1975
47 Anarchist Alternatives Against Authority. May-June issue. 1976
48 Crowbar. No. 38.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. 1984
49 Authority no. 1,  2 (formerly Capitalist Worker). Read OnlinePDF and other downloads. c. 1979
50 Hoax! Yippy Xmas and Hoax II.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. 1992
51 International Anthem: nihilist newspaper for the living. Domestic violence issue. 1979
52 Anarchist agitators: information & correspondence organ of the Social-Revoluntionary Anarchist Federation. c.1976
53 The Libertarian. Published by Common Wealth. No. 17.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. 1980
54 Black + Red Outlook: monthly paper of the Anarchist Syndicalist Alliance. 1 issue. 1973
55 New Life. No. 1.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
56 London Psychogeographical Association Newsletter. No. 2 and an address the Anarchist Summer School, Glasgow, 1993. 1992-1993
57 Educate: for working class people in education. No. 1. n.d.
58 Searchlight South Africa. No. 4.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. 1990
59 State Research. No. 7.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. 1978
60 Angry: paper of the Hull Anarchist Group. Nos. 3, 6-9. 1981
61 Armchair: shirkers of the world unite! No. 2. Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. 1992
62 Solidarity. Published by Direct Action Movement (Manchester). No. 2. 1993
63 Subversity. 1 issue. n.d.
64 Au De Grace 1993 L’Anarchiste Dechaine numero six. 1993
65 Autonome: the voice of anarchy in Oxford. No. 8. 1981
66 Borrowed time: an anti-authoritarian bulletin of news, contacts and debate. No .1 and 1 unnumbered issue. Read On Line PDF and other downloads. c. 1978
67 Anarchy!: a libertarian broadsheet for the North East. Nos. 1, 5. n.d.
68 Hackney Heckler. No. 2. 1990
69 Clydeside Anarchist Bulletin. 9 issues. c.1981
70 Clydeside Anarchist: a journal of ideas. No. 2Read on line PDF and other downloads. 1984
71 Clydeside Resistance. No. 2. 1988
72 Clydesider. Pilot issue and no. 2. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
73 Clydesider: Glasgow’s Revolutionary Paper. No. 1.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1985
74 Subversive Graffiti. No. 1. Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. 1981
75 Scottish Libertarian. Journal of the Scottish Libertarian Federation. Nos. 1-2. Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. c.1977
76 Ecology & Anarchism. No. 3. n.d.
77 Red Rag: a magazine of women’s liberation. 1 issue. n.d.
78 Movement: the journal of Christian ideas and action. No. 28. n.d.
79 Against Sleep and Nightmare. No. 2. n.d.
80 Communication Worker. No. 8. 1988
81 The Eastend Eye. Spring issue. 2010
82 Merseyside Anarchist Newsletter. No. 15. 1990
83 The Yorkshire Anarchist. No. 6. 1996
84 Scottish Anarchist. Journal published by the Scottish Federation of Anarchists.
85 Scottish Anarchist. Newsletter published by the Scottish Anarchist Federation. No. 1, 4th November 1994 issue, November 1994 issue, January 1995 issue and undated issue. (two pages missing) Read On LinePDF and other downloads. 1994-1995
86 Collective Action Group (Bulletin). 1 issue. n.d.
87 Bulletin of Anarchist Research. No. 18. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1989
88 Green & Brown Anarchist: internal bulletin of the Green Action Network. No. 1. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
89 Warzine. No. 7. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1988
90 Free Socialist: an occasional paper of anarchist opinion. Vol. 1, no. 1. 1978
91 Scottish Liberation Federation Newsletter. Nos. 7-9. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1976
92 The Burgh Angel: news from Hamiltonhill, Maryhill and Woodside. Nos. 1-2, 21. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
93 The Crane. Vol. 1, no. 2. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 2010
94 Inside information: prisoners of class conflict, injustice and oppression, struggles within prison walls. Nos. 1, 8. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1989-1990
95 Create Disorder. No. 1. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1980
96 Community Action: the newsletter of the Glagsow Residents Network. No. 1. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. c.2007
97 Not the Drumchapel News. 1 issue. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
98 H-Block/Armagh Bulletin. Issued by the Belfast H Block/Armagh Committee. No. 11, 13. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1981
99 Underground. No. 6. n.d.
100 Prop: paper of the national prisoners’ movement. Vol. 2, no. 4-5. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1977-1978
101 Fart Comix. Xmas issue. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
102 Anti-Climax. No. 6.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1980
103 The Pacifist. Vol. 18, no. 9. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1980
104 XS: adults only. No. 4.   View Coverother downloads. n.d.
105 Vanguard/Tus Feadha: organ of the John Maclean Society. No. 1.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
106 Rights: Newspaper of the National Council for Civil Liberties. Vol. 2, no. 5.  Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. 1978
107 Civil Liberties: the bi-monthly bulletin of the Scottish Council for Civil Liberties. Nos. 1-2. pages 8-9 missing. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1981-1982
108 SCRAM Energy Bulletin: the Scottish Campaign to Resist the Atomic Menace. Nos. 10-11,  24. Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. 1979-1981
109 Science for People. The nuclear issue. No. 40/41.  Pages 30/31 missing from read On Line can be viewed HERE:     Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads.
110 Freedom International News. No. 8. 1995
111 Glasgow FIN: awaken the spirit! May/June issue. c.1997
112 North East Anarchist Federation Bulletin. No. 3. 1981
113 Direct Action Movement Internal Bulletin. January issue. 1982
114 Syndicalist Bulletin. No. 13. n.d.
115 Aether: Ecology Survival Alternatives. Vol. 2, no. 3. 1974
116 Glasgow Anarchist Group Bulletin. November/December issue. 1981
117 The Anarchist Critic. Nos. 46, 66, Read on line94, Read on line  and a unnumbered issue. 2006-2011
118 The Industrial Unionist. No. 4. n.d.
119 Industrial Defense Bulletin: Official Bulletin of the IWW General Defense Committee. Published by IWW Defense Local 2, Toronto. Vol. 3, no. 10. 1977
120 News from Libertarian Spain. Vol. 2, no. 2. 1978
121 Industrial Worker: official newspaper of the industrial workers of the world. Vol. 104, no. 7 and vol. 105, no. 4. 2007-2008
122 The Midgie Motor. 1 issue. n.d.
123 Transport Worker. No. 9.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1995
124 Network: bulletin of the Public Service Workers Network. No. 1.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads, c. 1994
125 Libertarian Industrial Network Bulletin. No. 4. 1976
126 London Workers Group Bulletin. No. 5. Read on line,   PDF and other downloads,
127 Peoples’ News Service: Members of the alternative press syndicate. No. 100.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads, 1975
128 Intercom: revolutionary discussion bulletin. No. 6. 1984
129 Solidarity: news from the Scottish Anarchist Network. August and December issue. 1997
130 Haringey Community Action: a round-up of activities by local residents’ groups. No. 5. 2005
131 The Source: independent monthly magazine. No. 1. n.d.
132 Justice: cothrom. Nos. 1-4, 7. 1996
133 Paisley Gutterpress. No. 8. 1981
134 Springburn Follies. No. 1 and April 1984 issue.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. c.1984
135 Maryhill Offensives. No. 1. n.d.
136 West End Crimes: Maryhill Anarchists News-Sheet. Nos. 1-2. 1984
137 Eradicate. 1 issue. n.d.
138 Libertarian Voice: alternative community newspaper produced in Muirhouse. 2 issues. n.d.
139 Anarchist Student: Anarchist Federation Student Bulletin. No. 1. n.d.
140 Not the Coorier: Bulletin of the Tayside Libertarian Socialists. No. 1. 1981
141 Old Reekie’s New Tattoo. No. 1. 1985
142 Revolutionary Union News. No. 7. 1979
143 Hard Times: Glasgow Anarchist Group Paper. Nos. 1-2. Read On Line,   PDF and other downloads. n.d.
144 The Scottish Worker, Official Organ of the Scottish Trades Union Congress, No.2 11th.May,1926
145 Solidar-Noske, L’Insecurite Sociale No. 1 1982
57 Books
1 Jones, May Harris. The Autobiography of Mother Jones. Chicago : Charles H. Kerr Publishing Company. Foreword by Clarence Darrow. Edited by Clarence Darrow. Introduction and bibliography by Fred Thompson. B/W photographsPublished for Illionois Labour History Society. ISBN 0-88286-013-5    Front Cover 1925, revised 3rd Edition 1976
2 Baldelli, Giovanni. Social Anarchism. Harmondsworth : Penguin Books.Baldelli was secretary of the International Anarchist Commission. 1971
3 Christie, Stuart; Meltzer, Albert. The Floodgates of Anarchy. Stanmore : Kahn & Averill. ISBN 0900707038. An account of anarchism of two anarchists from Glasgow and London. 1970, revised reprint 1979
4 Malatesta, Errico. His Life and Ideas. Compiled and edited by Vernon Richards. London : Freedom Press. ISBN 0900384158Richards compiled extracts from Malatesta’s writing to present his ideas and arguments. Richards also sketches out a biography and an ‘assessment’ of Malatesta’s work. 1965; reprint 1977
5 Tellez, Antonio. Sabate – Guerilla Extraordinary. London : Elephant Editions Anarchist Pocketbooks. Translated by Stuart Christie. With a foreword by Alfredo M. Bonanno.It is a biographical account of Manuel Sabate, also called El Quico, an anarchist fighter in the Spanish Civil War from Barcelona. 1974, reprint 1985
6 Bayer, Oswaldo. Anarchism & Violence. Severino Di Giovanni in Argentina 1923-1931. Introduction by Alfredo M. Bonanno and Jean Weir. Translated by Paul Sharkey. London : Elephant Editions. The author reconstructs the activities of the Italian anarchist Severino Di Giovanni in Argentina in the 1920s. 1970; 1st English edition 1985, 1986
7 Tellez, Antonio. Sabate – Guerilla Extraordinary. London : Davis-Poynter Limited. Translated by Stuart Christie. With an introduction by the translator. Hardback. ISBN 0706701348It is a biographical account of Manuel Sabate, also called El Quico, an anarchist fighter in the Spanish Civil War from Barcelona. 1972, 1974
8 Meltzer, Albert (editor) A New World in Our Hearts. The Faces of Spanish Anarchism. Sanday : Cienfuegos Press. A collection of essays by various authors (Frank Mintz, Max Dashar, Albert Meltzer, Jose Peirats, Gaston Leval, Andrew Giles-Peters) 1978
9 Magon, Ricardo Flores. Land & Liberty. Anarchist Influences in the Mexican Revolution. Sanday : Cienfuegos Press. ISBN 0-904564-16-9. Compiled and introduced by David Poole. Foreword by Albert Meltzer. The volume is a print – plus an annotation – of what was intended to be a first booklet in a series to explain to English speaking readers in North America the aims and ideas of the Mexican Liberal Party. It was published in 1913. The articles in the booklet had been published in previous years and written by Magon, William C. Owen and Antonio de P. Araujo. 1977
10 Voline (Vsevolod Mikhailovich Eichenbaum). The Unknown Revolution 1917-1921. With a foreword by Rudolf Rocker. New York : Free Life Editions. ISBN 0-914156-07-1. An anarchist account the Russian revolutions and the relationship between Bolchevism and Anarchism, published under his pseudoym as most his work. 1974, reprint 1975
11 Galleani, Luigi. The End of Anarchism? Translated by Max Sartin and Robert D’Attilio. Introduction by Max Sartin. Sanday : Cienfuegos Press. First published in Italian in 1925 1982
12 Weir, Jean. (editor) Armed Struggle in Italy. A Chronology. London : Bratach Dubh Publications. Distributed by Publications Distribution Cooperative London. Introduction by Jean Weir. The volume comprises English translations of Italian pamphlets and a chronology of events in 1976. B/W photographs. Duplicate copy held in K. M. Collection. 1979
13 Berkman, Alexander. The Russian Tragedy. Comprising the Russian Tragedy, The Russian Revolution and the Communist Party, The Kronstadt Rebellion. Compiled and introduced by William G. Nowlin Jr. Sanday : Cienfuegos Press. First published in Geman in 1922 in Der Syndikalist, Berlin. Loose pages. 1976
14 Richards, Vernon (?) (editor?). The May Days Barcelona 1937. Edited collection of writings by Augustin Souchy, Jose Peirats, Burnett Bolloten, Emma Goldman. London : Freedom Press. Probably “V.R” is the editor of this volume, which is a supplement to Vol 2 “Spain and the World” in Freedom Press’s Centenary Series. 1987
15 Berneri, Marie-Louise. Neither East Nor West. Selected Writing 1939-1948. Including 16 anti-war cartoons by John Olday. London : Freedom Press. ISBN 0900384425 Read on line,   PDF and other downloads. 1988
16 Ashbaugh, Carolyn. Lucy Parsons. American Revolutionary. Chicago : Charles H. Kerr Publishing. A biography of Lucy Parsons from the Chicago working class movement of the 1880s 1976
17 Christie, Stuart. The Christie File. Sanday : Cienfuegos Press; Seattle : Partisan Press. ISBN 0904564371 1980
18 Kropotkin, Petr. Mutual Aid. A Factor of Evolution. Foreword by Ashley Montagu and appendix consisting of The Struggle for Existence’ by Thomas H. Huxley. Boston : Extending Horizons Books/Porter Sargent Publishers. Original published in 1902 n.d.
19 Maximoff, Gregory Petrovich. The Guillotine at Work. The Leninist Counter-Revolution. Vol 1. Sanday : Cienfuegoes Press. Introduction by Sam GoldoffISBN 0904564223. First published 1940 1979
20 Schuster, Eunice Minette. Native American Anarchism. A Study of Left-Wing American Individualism. Port Townsend : Loompanics Unlimited. First published 1932 in Smith College Studies in History series, edited by John C. Hildt, William Dodge Gray, Harold Underwood Faulkner. Vol XVII October 1931-July 1932 1983
21 Hobsbawm, Eric. Bandits. London : Weidenfeld & Nicholson 1969, revised edition 2000
22 Berkan, Alexander. ABC of Anarchism. London : Freedom Press 1942, reprint 1984
23 Malatesta, Errico. Anarchy. London : Freedom Press. Anarchist Classics Series. New Translation from the Italian original. Translation by Vernon Richards 1974
24 Tifft, Larry; Sullivan, Dennis. The Struggle to be Human. Crime, Criminology & Anarchism. Foreword by Stuart Christie. Sanday : Cienfuegos Press. ISBN 0904564304 1980
25 Baumann, Bommi. Terror or Love? The Personal Account of a West German Urban Guerilla. With statements by Heinrich Böll and Daniel Cohn-Bendit. London : John Calder. ISBN 0714537829 1979
26 Proll, Astrid (editor) Baader-Meinhoff. Pictures on the Run 1967-77. New York : Scalo. Introduction by Astrid Proll. Photo book of images taken by various photographers, documenting ten years of the Baader-Meinhoff group. 1998
27 Engels, Frederick, Ludwig Feuerbach And The Outcome of Classical German Philosophy. With an Appedix of Other Material of Marx and Engels relating to Dialectical Materialism. Edited by C.P. Dutt Published by Martin Lawrence, London. n.d.
58 Glasgow Against ATOS (GAA)
Material relating to a Glasgow based grass roots campaign to end the UK Governments’ Work Capability Assessment (WCA) which carried out medical examinations to assess whether a sick or disabled person receiving benefit was fit and able to work. The assessments were carried out by Atos, a French IT company. The campaign was characterised by direct action, demonstrations and pickets. The monthly picket outside the Atos WCA centre in Glasgow was an intrinsic part of the campaign. It launched in early 2012 and had it’s last demonstration in June 2014.
1 Administrative papers
Includes GAA launch statement, constitution, a report detailing all aspects of the campaign with photographs, internal bulletins and a list of contacts.
2 Minutes
Organising Meeting Minutes.
3 Trade Unions
Material relating to GAA’s contact with the unions representing Atos employees. In particular the PCS (Public and Commercial Services Union) and Unite. Includes correspondence and reports on meetings between GAA and PCS union representatives, union policy statements, a list of contacts and correspondence between the Scottish Unemployed Workers Network (SWUN) and the Scottish Trade Union Congress (STUC).
4 Finance
Includes bank statements, bank card, pay-in book, cheque book, income and expenditure reports and receipts.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads.
5 Newspaper Cuttings and Web-based Media.
Includes articles about Atos, benefit cuts, GAA, PCS strike, claimants and the DWP.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads.
6 Campaign Materials
Includes fliers, badges, stickers, pens, beer mats, CD, fundraiser ticket, DVD of the ‘Dirty Laundry’ event, t-shirts, posters, placards, folder, banners and loudspeaker.  Read on line,   PDF and other downloads.