St. Louis, MO: National Committee to Free Bobby Williams, 1975. Two mimeographed 8.5x14 inch sheets stapled together at upper right; horizontal fold crease. Number penned at top of first page, otherwise very good.
The first page summarizes the civil rights activist's efforts to obtain parole, describes his prosecution as politically motivated; includes a list of "what you can do." Second page is a petition to free Williams, with reprints of two related editorials on the back. Williams was in prison on a concealed weapons charge; he had been working with the United Front in Missouri and purchased guns after receiving death threats.