Papers of a religious educator who co-founded Milwaukee's Casa Maria Catholic Worker House of Hospitality (1966) and destroyed draft records in the "Milwaukee Fourteen" anti-war action in 1968, for which he served 9 months in federal prison before being deported to Ireland. (He was readmitted to the United States in 1991.) Included are correspondence, legal records (including case files from the office of his attorney, James Shellow), manuscripts, photographs, press clippings, publications, and audiotape recordings, largely relating to Cullen's social ministry, anti-war activism, and imprisonment. Correspondents include Daniel and Philip Berrigan, Dorothy Day, James Groppi, and Albion Ross.

Related material is in the Casa Maria Catholic Worker records in this repository.

Gift of Michael Cullen, 1977.

Series 1 General Correspondence, 1960-1977, undated
Series 2 Family Correspondence, 1961-1977, undated
Series 2.1 Correspondence between Michael and Annette Cullen - Restricted,
Series 3 Manuscripts by Michael Cullen, 1963-1977, undated
Series 4 Financial Records, 1964-1971
Series 5 Materials pertaining to Michael Cullen, 1953-1991, undated
Series 6 Audiotapes, 1962-1973
Series 7 Legal Records, 1942, 1964, 1968-2001
Archival materials from the Raynor Memorial Libraries

Marquette Archives