Attempted Nazi March of 1977 and 1978 in Skokie
Digitized Document Collection of Skokie Public Library
In addition to items available at Skokie Public Library, we have digitized a collection of newspaper articles and other materials about the attempt of the National Socialist Party of America (Nazis) to march in Skokie, Illinois in 1978. The Library plans to digitize primary documents from this controversy and secondary resources relating to its First Amendment implications.
When browsing or searching the collection, catalog records will appear. To view the articles, click on the thumbnail image of the article.
If you have any questions or comments about this project or the proposed Nazi march in Skokie, to a Skokie Public Library Reference Librarian or contact the Information Services Desk at 847.673.3733.
- Browse the Attempted Nazi March document collection
- Alphabetically browse materials in the Attempted Nazi March document
. . . from 1976
. . . from 1977
. . . from 1978
. . . from 1979
. . . from 1980-1981
. . . recordings from the Village Board
- Read the Free Speech For All article by Aryeh Neier who was affiliated with the American Civil Liberties Union at the time of the march.
- View the Skokie Archive of over one hundred short video clips taken at the time of the attempted march and posted on YouTube by "hadroid".
- Procedure used to digitize our document collection