Information on the UPS (Underground Press Syndicate) and other related events and organizations can be found in Box 52 of the Alternative and Underground Press Collection at the Browne Popular Culture Library:
William F. Ringle Collection
The William F. Ringle Collection (MS-033) at the Browne Popular Culture Library is also a rich resource for the social and cultural history of the 1960s and following decades, especially the counterculture and the psychedelic movements. Boxes 51 A to E and 52 A to E of this collection contain alternative and underground press newspapers (which are indexed in this guide). In addition, Boxes 62 to 65 contain a vast range of contemporaneous resources, such as pamphlets, broadsides, and related materials. A detailed descriptive finding aid to the William F. Ringle Collection is available at the Browne Popular Culture Library.
Underground Comic Book Collection
This collection at the Browne Popular Culture Library is a significant source for understanding the part underground comix played in the larger underground movement that involved shattering the public's norms and expectations of the graphic arts, just as the underground newspapers did to mainstream journalistic news coverage. Currently containing more than 350 titles including Freak Brothers, Zap Comix, and Yellow Dog, this collection complements other resources at the Browne Popular Culture Library on the alternative and underground press movement. The collection is searchable in the BGSU Libraries Catalog by keyword, title, or subject. Underground comix are recognizable by call numbers beginning with either PN6720.14 or PN6720.24