Historical Archive

A3M: May 16 Protest at SRI

April 9, 1969
What To Do If You Are Arrested
Advise for when you are arrested and after you are arrested, on a flyer hand dated April 9.
April 9, 1969
Arrest Form
Form for someone to fill out when someone else is arrested, hand dated April 9.
Come Picket SRI
Flyer from A3M asking people to come picket SRI/Hanover on Thursday and SRI/Menlo Park on Friday.
Notes from the Protest Outside SRI
Typed notes, titled “The bigee,” describes the protest outside SRI from 6 AM until about 10 AM, ending with, “at this point I joined Mark and Craig.”
Notes from Bill and Margie Notes
Notes on the SRI/Hanover demonstration, beginning at 3AM. The final page, although attached in the file, does not seem to be part of the same narrative.
Five Photographs
Information on the backs of the photographs: Photo #1: 69051630 #43; Photo #2: Mike, S.N.S.; Photo #3: 69051617 #15; Photo #4: #16, S-16-69, 2600 blk Hanover dragging material for barricade, Mike Vawter; and Photo #5: 3-16 Marvin Bein.
May 14, 1969
Thoughts on A3M Action
“A proposal is being put forward to take major action to close SRI, for as long as we can, of course.” Hand dated May 14.
May 16, 1969
Chronology of Events May 16, 1969
Chronology of the SRI/Hanover demonstration reported by the Stanford News Service.
May 16, 1969
Photos: Shutting Down SRI's Counterinsurgency Center on Hanover Street
View photos taken on May 16, 1969. (Will open in another browser window.)
c. May 16, 1969
SRI Round 2
A3M flyer assessing the effects of the demonstrations at SRI and calling for more confrontation on Monday [May 19, 1969].
c. May 16, 1969
Shut Down SRI Counterinsurgency Labs
Two flyer asking for help in jamming traffic and preventing work at SRI on Monday [May 19, 1969]. Flyers are identical except for the handwritten titles at the top of each first page: one is titled, “Stop War Research Week;” and the other is titled, “Smash War Research.”
Why Not Everybody?
Op-ed piece in the Stanford Daily by Barbara Levin.
Stop the Daft Week
An essay by Bill Hewlett which begins, “Now that the Trustees have once again failed to stop the research which we oppose, A3M is faced with the perennial question: where does it go from here?”
Revolutionary First Aid
A sheet of suggested first aid for mace and/or tear gas, head injuries, and lacerations and bruises.
Tenative Guide for Affinity Groups
Brief guide on forming affinity groups.
Collective Wisdom of One A-Group
Suggestions made prior to the Monday demonstration from the Newton-Seale (formerly Hewlett-Packard Memorial) affinity group.
What Is Happening Here?
A3M flyer for SRI employees explaining why they are being prevented from going to work as usual [on May 19].
To the Employees of the Industrial Park
Memo from A3M trying to get support from Industrial Park employees.
SRI Now
Flyer asking all demonstrators to join affinity groups in preparation for the demonstration at SRI/Hanover [on May16].
May 18, 1969
Complaint for Temporary Restraining Order, Preliminary Injunction and Permanent Injunction Against Repeated Trespass and Unlawful Interference with a Lawful Business
May 18, 1969 Complaint, filed in Santa Clara County Superior Court, in the case of Stanford Research Institute vs. David Pugh, Marc Heller, Eric Miller, Allan Christelow Jr., Yale Braunstein, Mary Hanson, H. Bruce Franklin, Barbara Levin, Steve Weissman, Richard Zdarko, Paul Rupert, Victor von Schlegel, John Shoch, Lauren Bechtel, John Gostovich, Pail Witt, James Shoch, Harry Cleaver, Fred Cohen, Scott Johnson, Jeanne Friedman, Anne Bauer, Leonard Siegel, Doron Weinberg, Larry Priestly, Paul Bernstein, Hallam Hamilton, Rodney Page, April 3rd Movement, Students for a Democratic Society, The Resistance, Peninsula Observer, Stanford UCM staff, Peninsula Red Guard, United Student Movement, Committee for New Politics, Palo Alto Concerned Citizens, Mid-Peninsula Free University, North Santa Clara Peace and Freedom Movement, American Federation of Teachers Local No. 1816, and Doe One through Doe Five Hundred.
May 18, 1969
Declarations in Support of Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction
May 18, 1969 Santa Clara County Superior Court filing in the case of Stanford Research Institute vs. David Pugh, Marc Heller, Eric Miller, Allan Christelow Jr., Yale Braunstein, Mary Hanson, H. Bruce Franklin, Barbara Levin, Steve Weissman, Richard Zdarko, Paul Rupert, Victor von Schlegel, John Shoch, Lauren Bechtel, John Gostovich, Pail Witt, James Shoch, Harry Cleaver, Fred Cohen, Scott Johnson, Jeanne Friedman, Anne Bauer, Leonard Siegel, Doron Weinberg, Larry Priestly, Paul Bernstein, Hallam Hamilton, Rodney Page, April 3rd Movement, Students for a Democratic Society, The Resistance, Peninsula Observer, Stanford UCM staff, Peninsula Red Guard, United Student Movement, Committee for New Politics, Palo Alto Concerned Citizens, Mid-Peninsula Free University, North Santa Clara Peace and Freedom Movement, American Federation of Teachers Local No. 1816, and Doe One through Doe Five Hundred. The document consists of affidavits by Charles A. Anderson, Harvey H. Hukari Jr., Eckhard Schultz, Gilbert Diaz Jr., Claude Long, Jackson R. Booth, Lee H. Long, Homer Meaders, and Douglas B. Greene.
May 18, 1969
Court Summons
May 18, 1969
Temporary Restraining Order and Order to Show Cause
May 18, 1969 court issuance of a temporary restraining order and order for the defendants to appear May 27, 1969, to show cause.
May 20, 1969
Memo to SRI Staff
Memo from Charles A. Anderson to SRI staff, reporting on SRI’s efforts to protect employees, property, and “our rights.”
Announcements
Flyer reporting that charges have been filed stemming from the May 16 demonstration at SRI, and that some warrants have been issued; announcing a May 26 meeting at the M.F.U.; announcing that a lot of movement people plan to stay in the area this summer; and an agenda for a meeting.