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Collected Document Group: Category A

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Held at: Swarthmore College Peace Collection [Contact Us]500 College Avenue, Swarthmore 19081-1399

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Publisher
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

None.

Collection Inventory

A. Philip Randolph Institute.
A Quaker Action Group II, 2003-2006. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Abalone Alliance.
Abbie Hoffman Foundation, 1989.
Scope and Contents

Collections consists of one item - a program from No Regrets: A Celebration of Abbie Hoffman's Life, June 17, 1989.

Jayma Abdoo, 1971-2006. 2 boxes.
Physical Description

2 boxes

Abolition 2000: a Global Network to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons, circa 1985. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

About Face: Veterans Against the War.
Related Materials

Iraq Veterans Against the War (CDG-A)

Grace Contrino and Fran Contrino Schmidt Abrams, 1942-1980.
Irwin Abrams, 1948-.
Bella Abzug, circa 1966-1980.
Academic Leaders for Alternatives to War. 0.5 boxes.
Related Materials
  1. Alternatives to War (CDG-A)
  2. Charles C. Price Collected Papers (CDG-A)
Physical Description

0.5 boxes

Academic Liaison Against Renewed Militarism (ALARM), 1980-.
Academics United for Peace and Justice, 2007-. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

ACCESS.
Meldon Acheson, 1969. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains a pamphlet about Acheson's time in prison at McNeil Island Penitentiary as a war resister [and possible conscientious objector].

Physical Description

1 folders

ACT (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1976. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Act Now to Stop War and End Racism (ANSWER) Philadelphia Chapter, circa February 2003-. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Action Committee for a World Constitutional Convention, 1946.
Action for Women in Chile, 1974-. 1 boxes.
Related Materials
  1. Women's International Resource Exchange (WIRE) (CDG-A)
Physical Description

1 boxes

Action for World Federation, 1947. 1 folders.
Related Materials
  1. Campaign for World Government Collected Records (CDG-A)
Scope and Contents

Material includes various appeals to groups and individuals for action toward world federation.

Physical Description

1 folders

Action Reconciliation Service for Peace. 1 folders.
Related Materials
  1. Partners for Global Justice (CDG-A)
  2. Aktion S├╝hnezeichen Friendsdienste (CDG-B Germany) [Action Reconciliation Service for Peace]
Physical Description

1 folders

Acts for Peace, 1958-1961.
Related Materials
  1. Turn Toward Peace Collected Records (CDG-A)
Scope and Contents

Includes material on American Initiative for Disarmament Rally and San Jose Peace Center, California.

Ad Hoc Committee for Open Letter on Vietnam. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Ad Hoc Committee for Preventing Nuclear War Referendum, 1987. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Ad Hoc Committee of American Christians, circa 1969-1970. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains one item - A Statement to the American Christian Community on the Arab-Israeli Conflict.

Physical Description

1 folders

Ad Hoc Committee on Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1992. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Ad Hoc Committee on Conscientious Objection, 1966-1969. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Ad Hoc Committee to Protest Intervention, circa 1960s. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains one flyer regarding US intervention in the Dominican Republic.

Physical Description

1 folders

Ad Hoc New Jersey Committee to End the War in Vietnam. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Ade Albatross.
Herman Adlerstein. 1 boxes.
Arrangement

It was originally kept in three binders laballed Vol. 1-3, but has since been placed into eight acid free folders. At the head of each volume, there is a topic index, which indicates the page numbers of individual headings.

Scope and Contents

Includes a manuscript on conscientious objectors. The manuscript is in longhand but uses a speedwriting which seems to delete the use of many of the vowels and includes vowels in other cases, making reading difficult to anyone untrained in speedwriting.

Physical Description

1 boxes

Ads for Peace Committee, 1982.
Adults for Peace Now, circa 1970. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains one flyer calling for participation in an event - Stop For Peace - on May 27 [1970?].

Physical Description

1 folders

Africa Peace Committee.
Agape, circa 1995.
Agape Community, circa 2002-2007. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Agenda for Non-Collaboration, 1984.
AGPA Peace Commission (Washington, D.C.), circa 1977.
Agustin Aguayo.
Ahimsa Farm, 1940-1942.
Ailanthus, 1979-1992.
A.J. Muste Memorial Institute, 1974-.
Akron Council for Peace Action, 1933-1946.
Al Filipov Peace & Justice Forum Collected Records.
Alameda Women's Peace Camp, circa 1984. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Alaskans for Peace, 1990. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains an issue of the newsletter "PAZ" Vol 2: 1 (Feb. 1990).

Physical Description

1 folders

Alaskans for World Peace, 1979-1986. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Albatross (Swarthmore College), 1961.
Scope and Contents

Contains correspondence to the editor and related correspondence and materials.

Albert Einstein Peace Prize Foundation.
Albion College Council for Peace Education, 1940. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains letterhead giving Advisory and Central Committees, John Sommer, Jr. executive secretary, 501 East Erie, Albion, Michigan.

Physical Description

1 folders

Norman Alcock.
Related Materials
  1. Canadian Peace Research Institute (CDG-B Canada)
  2. Subject File: Warfare and Weapons
All-America Anti-Imperialist League: United States Section, circa 1925-1929.
All-Peoples Congress, 1981.
All-World Gandhi Fellowship, 1930. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Donna Allen, 1990. 1 folders.
Related Materials

Women Strike for Peace Records (DG 115)

Scope and Contents

Contains Donna Allen's 1999 obituary.

Physical Description

1 folders

Judge Florence Allen, 1923-1925. 1 folders.
Related Materials

Hannah Clothier Hull Papers (DG 016)

Scope and Contents

Contains The Outlawry of War (1923): an address by Judge Florence E. Allen delivered at the Fourth Annual Convention of the National League of Women Voters in Des Moines, Iowa; Women and World Peace (1925): an address by Allen delivered at the Washington Conference upon Causes and Cures of War in Washington, DC in January 1925; and The Outlawry of War remarks of Honorable Joseph E. Ransdell of Louisiana together with an address by Allen delivered at the Belasco Theatre in Washington, DC on January 18, 1925.

Physical Description

1 folders

William Charles Allen, 1895-1937.
Alliance for Conflict Transformation (ACT), 2006-. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Alliance for Peacebuilding, December 22, 2010. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Alliance for Nuclear Disarmament (Fort Lauderdale, Florida).
Alliance for Survival, 1978-.
Related Materials
  1. Abalone Alliance (CDG-A)
  2. Mobilization for Survival Collected Records (CDG-A)
Alliance for Our Common Future (CDG-A).
Related Materials
  1. National Peace Institute Foundation Collected Records (CDG-A)
  2. World Federalist Association Collected Records (CDG-A)
Brent Dow Allinson, 1918-1920.
Evelyn Alloy, 1961-2009. 1 boxes.
Physical Description

1 boxes

Philip G. Altbach, 1960-.
Alternative World Foundation, Inc., circa 1985-1986. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains The Civilized Defense Plan, circa 1985-1986.

Physical Description

1 folders

Alternatives.
Alternatives to Violence (Cleveland, Ohio), 1980. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Alternatives to Violence Project, Inc., 1983-.
Related Materials

AVP Newsletter

Scope and Contents

Minutes sent by: James Richards, State University, Agricultural and Technical College, Delhi, NY.

Alternatives to War Project, 1980.
Am Here Books.
America First Committee, 1940-1941.
America-Israel Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace, 1983-.
American Academic Association for Peace in the Middle East, circa 1970s. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Anti-War Crusade, circa 1940. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains two leaflets.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Arbitration Association, 1980-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Eastman Arbitration Library.

American Arbitration Crusade, 1926-1927.
American Association for a Democratic Germany, circa 1945-1948. 5 items.
Scope and Contents

Contains a letter from Reinhold Niebuhr and a pamphlet.

Physical Description

5 items

American Association for Economic Freedom.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on People's League for Abundance.

American Association for International Conciliation, 1907-circa 1924.
Related Materials
  1. Devere Allen, The Fight for Peace, New York, MacMillan, 1930, p. 556
  2. International Conciliation periodical
  3. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CDG-A)
American Association for the United Nations.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on People's Section for the United Nations.

American Association for World Peace, 1927.
Scope and Contents

Materials include correspondence, statement of aims, and releases.

American Association of University Women, 1920-1942, 1970.
American Bar Association Special Committee on World Peace Through Law.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on World Conference on Peace Through Law.

American Business Committee on National Priorities (ABC), 1971-1972.
American Christian Committee for Refugees, 1936-1947.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on American Christian Committee for German Refugees, American Committee for Christian German Refugees, and American Committee for Christian Refugees.

American Christians for the Abolition of Torture.
Related Materials

Amnesty International (CDG-B Great Britain)

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1917-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Chicago Conference on Social Action, 1943, Citizens Council on Democratic Rights, Civil Liberties Committee, Civil Liberties Bureau, New England Civil Liberties Committee, Pennsylvania Civil Liberties Union, Philadelphia Civil Liberties Committee, Project on Amnesty, and Project on National Security and Civil Liberties.

American Clergymen's Committee for Vietnamese War Relief, 1968. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Coalition, 1939-1946.
American Coalition for Middle East Dialogue. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Committee for Fair Play in China.
American Committee for Freundschaftsheim. 0.63 Linear Feet.
Related Materials
  1. Carl D. Soule Collected Papers (CDG-A)
  2. Grace Evans Rhoads Collected Papers (CDG-A)
  3. Internationale Freundschaftsheim [International Friendship House] (CDG-B Germany)
  4. Wilhelm Mensching (CDG-B Germany)
Scope and Contents

Internationale Freundschaftsheim (CDG-B) had one of its main bases of support, particularly financial, in the United States. This collection of records came to the Peace Collection via Roger Scattergood, a Philadelphian who held various offices on the American Committee, and its contents are a thorough representation of the correspondence, minutes, finances, tax exemption struggles, history, constitution, and by-laws of the American group.

Of particular interest in this collection, is the American Committee's reaction to the internal struggles of the German organization at Buckeburg during 1963 when a sort of schism occurred between the founder and the then current administrators of Friendship House.

In order to get a complete picture of the workings of both the American Committee and "Friendship House," it is necessary to do an overview of the correspondences of both the CDG-A and Internationale Freundschaftsheim (CDG-B Germany).

Physical Description

0.63 Linear Feet1.5 boxes

American Committee for Justice in the Middle East.
American Committee for Justice to China.
American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression, 1938-1941.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Washington Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression.

American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born, 1933-1972.
American Committee for the Christian Peace Conference. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Includes papers.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Committee for the Outlawry of War, 1921-1936.
American Committee for the Relief of German Children, 1924.
American Committee on Africa.
Related Materials
  1. George Houser Collected Papers (CDG-A)
  2. Homer A. Jack Papers (DG 063)
  3. ACOA Action News periodical
  4. Africa Today periodical
Scope and Contents

Materials include a leaflet, releases, and a bulletin.

American Committee on Korea. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Committee on US-Soviet Relations.
American Committee to Celebrate the One Hundredth Anniversary of Peace Among English Speaking Peoples, 1913-1914.
Scope and Contents

Includes printed material and one oversize photograph.

American Conference for Democracy and Terms of Peace, 1917-1919.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Chicago Conference on Democracy and Terms of Peace, July 1917.

American Continental Congress for World Peace, 1949.
Cousins, Norman. American Council for the United Nations University, 1977-.
Related Materials
  1. AC/UNU Newsletter
  2. Harold Taylor Collected Papers (CDG-A)
Scope and Contents

Includes material on United States Committee for the United Nations University.

American Council on Public Affairs, 1938-1940s.
Scope and Contents

Includes pamphlet publications, published through Public Affairs Press.

American Defenders, 1940-1941.
American Embargo Conference, 1915.
American Faculty Council for the Gradualist Way to Peace, 1962-1965.
American Foundation, 1923-1937.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Bok Peace Prize and Philadelphia World Court Committee.

American Friends of German Democracy [Amerikanischen Freunden der Deutschen Demokratie]. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains two pamphlets.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Friends of Neve Shalom / Oasis of Peace.
American Friends of the Middle East, 1953-1975.
American Friends Peace Conference, 1901-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Benjamin Franklin Trueblood.

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), 1917-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on National Youth and Militarism Program.

American Friends Service Committee for Freundschaftsheim.
American History Fellowship, 1941. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains one leaflet.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Institute of International Law, 1917. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains one broadside.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Interracial Peace Committee, 1928-.
American Jewish Committee. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Jewish Congress. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Leaders for Strengthening World Law.
American League for India's Freedom.
Related Materials

News Bulletin periodical

Scope and Contents

Materials include pamphlets and periodicals.

American League for Peace and Democracy, 1933-1939.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on American Committee for the World Congress Against War, American Congress for Peace and Democracy, World Congress Against War, Philadelphia League Against War and Fascism, and United States Congress Against War.

American League for Puerto Rico's Independence, 1951. 1 folders.
Related Materials

Ruth Reynolds (CDG-A)

Physical Description

1 folders

American League to Limit Armaments, 1914-1915.
American Legion/Universal Military Training.
Scope and Contents

Contains the following pamphlets: Answers to Questions and Objections Regarding UMT (third edition, 2/1945), /The Fort Knox Experiment (Jan. 1948), Is World Peace a Possiblity? (Nov. 1947), The Legion Called the Turn (1944), Military Training in our Schools and Colleges, Misc. Material on the Subject of National Defense and Security (Dec. 1946), National Defense, Our National Insurance for Peace..., Now is the Time to Adopt UMT (Feb. 1945), Our Future Military Security (Dec. 1946), Responsibility to Community, State and Nation (UMT) (1945), "A Strong Man Keepeth His Palace at Peace..." (Dec. 1947), Universal Service, What Others Have Said about UMT, Why Organized Labor Should Support UMT (April 1945), Why the American Legion Advocates UMT (Feb. 1945), Why the Church Should Support UMT (April 1945).

American Library in Paris, Inc., 1924-1927.
American McAll Association, 1932-.
Related Materials

Mission Populaire Evangelique de France (CDG-B France)

Scope and Contents

Contains materials regarding international relations.

American Moral Reform Society, circa 1835-1842. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains a reprint of the 1837 minutes and proceedings of the First Annual Meeting of the American Moral Reform Society (AMRS) held at the Presbyterian Church on Seventh Street, below Shippen, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania from August 14-19, 1837.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Museum of Peace.
American Neutral Conference Committee, 1916-1917.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Neutral Conference for Continuous Mediation, 1916-1917.

American Neutrality League, 1915. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains a newspaper advertisement from Chicago dated January 30, 1915.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Nobel Center, 1940s. 1 folders.
Related Materials

Det Norske Nobelinstitutt [The Norwegian Nobel Institute] (CDG-B Norway)

Scope and Contents

Material includes a pamphlet called Toward a Permanent Peace and mimeographed copies of addresses given at Nobel Anniversary dinners.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Patriots Against Foreign Wars, 1938. 1 folders.
Related Materials
  1. America First Committee Collected Records (CDG-A)
  2. Americans for Peace Collected Records (CDG-A)
Scope and Contents

Materials include a leafleft (1938) and a proposed amendment. Contains five items.

Physical Description

1 folders

American PAX Association, 1962-1972. 1 folders.
Related Materials
  1. Catholic Worker Movement Collected Records (CDG-A)
  2. Pax Christi USA Collected Records (CDG-A)
  3. Peace periodical by American PAX Association
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Catholic Peace Association.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Peace and Arbitration League, 1909-1914.
American Peace Award, circa 1920s. 1 folders.
Related Materials
  1. American Foundation Collected Records (CDG-A)
  2. Edward W. Bok (CDG-A)
Physical Description

1 folders

American Peace Centenary Committee, 1914-1915. 1 folders.
Related Materials

American Committee to Celebrate the One Hundredth Anniversary of Peace Among English Speaking Peoples (CDG-A)

Physical Description

1 folders

American Peace Crusade, 1926. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Peace Crusade, 1951-circa 1956.
Scope and Contents

Materials include releases, printed leaflets, serial publications, and clippings.

American Peace Network, circa 1980s. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Peace Terms Committee, 1944-1953.
American People's Mobilization, 1940-1941.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on American Peace Mandate; American People's Meeting; Emergency Peace Mobilization (Chicago, Aug. 31- Sept. 2, 1940); Milwaukee Peace Council; People's Federation for Peace, Chicago, Illinois; National Labor Committee Against Fascism; and Philadelphia Peace Mobilization.

American Professors for Peace in the Middle East, 1974-1978. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains the following newsleters: Bulletin of the American Professors for Peace in the Middle East (December 1974), APPME Bulletin (January 1978, March 1978, October 1978), APPME Background Paper (March 29, 1978).

Physical Description

1 folders

American Psychological Association: Division of Peace Psychology, 1994. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Rally, circa 1952-1954.
American Russian Institute, 1958. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American School Citizenship League, 1908-1930.
American Servicemen's Union, 1969-1971.
Related Materials

The Bond periodical

American Society for Judicial Settlement of International Disputes, 1910-1917.
American Society of International Law, 1906-1929.
American-Soviet Friendship, Inc., 1985-.
Related Materials
  1. National Council of American-Soviet Friendship Collected Records (CDG-A)
Scope and Contents

Contains literature from the Minnesota and Greater Boston Chapters.

American Sponsoring Committee for Representation at the Second World Congress for Peace. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Student Union, 1935-1938. 1 folders.
Related Materials

League for Industrial Democracy Collected Records

Scope and Contents

Includes the periodicals The Student Advocate (March 1936-April 1937), incomplete.

Physical Description

1 folders

American Union for Concerted Peace Efforts, 1938-1939.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Maryland Committee for Concerted Peace Efforts, Non-Partisan Committee for Peace Through Revision of the Neutrality Law, and Pennsylvania Committee for Concerted Peace Efforts.

American Unitarian Association, 1930s.
American University School of International Service, Peacebuilding, and Development Summer Institute, 2002-. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

American Veterans Committee, 1947-1980.
American Women for Peace, 1950-1953.
American Youth Congress, 1934-1941.
American Youth for Political Action, 1951. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains one item regarding Universal Military Training (UMT).

Physical Description

1 folders

Americans Against Escalation in Iraq, 2007-. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Americans Against Nuclear War- Albany-Schenectady-Troy, 1981-1984.
Americans Committed to World Responsibility, 1960-1961.
Americans for Amnesty, 1973-circa 1975.
Americans for Informed Democracy, 2008-2009. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Americans for Middle East Understanding, Inc., 2005-.
Americans for Peace, 1942-1951.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on People Against Foreign Wars.

Americans for Peace Now, 1990-. 1 folders.
Related Materials

Peace Now (CDG-B Israel)

Scope and Contents

Includes materials from the Philadelphia Chapter.

Physical Description

1 folders

Americans for Reappraisal of Far Eastern Policy.
Related Materials

Vietnam War Subject File

Americans for South African Resistance, 1952-1953.
Related Materials
  1. Africa Subject File
  2. Homer A. Jack Papers (DG 063)
Scope and Contents

Materials include the Americans for South African Resistance Bulletin.

Americans United for World Government with Limited Powers Adequate to Keep the Peace, 1947.
Related Materials
  1. Massachusetts Committee of 1000 Collected Records (CDG-A)
Scope and Contents

Materials include one issue of the organization's Review.

Americans United for World Organization, Inc., 1945-1947.
Americans Want to Know, 1966. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains Findings on Fact on Cambodia's Border pamphlet.

Physical Description

1 folders

Ammon Hennacy House of Hospitality, 1971-1977.
Related Materials
  1. Catholic Worker Movement Collected Records (CDG-A)
  2. Ammon A. Hennacy (CDG-A)
  3. The Catholic Agitator periodical
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Berrigan Resistance Center.

Amnesty International of the USA. 2 folders.
Related Materials
  1. Amnesty International (CDG-B Great Britain)
  2. Amnesty Action periodical
  3. Matchbox periodical
Scope and Contents

Includes materials from the Pennsylvania branches, the New York Office, and the West Coast Office as well as the Berrigan Resistance Center.

Physical Description

2 folders

Anabaptist Peace Center, 2005-.
Frank Anderson, 1917. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains one item: Open Letter to President Wilson, August 29, 1917.

Physical Description

1 folders

Marion Anderson, 1979; 1982. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains two booklets written by Marion Anderson - The Impact of Military Spending on the Machinists Union (1979) and Bombs or Bread: Black Unemployment and the Pentagon Budget (1982).

Physical Description

1 folders

Andre Guillet Memorial Peace Collection, 1982-.
Scope and Contents

Materials include a list of titles collected as of August 1982.

Bent Andresen, 1928-1991.
Fannie Fern Andrews, 1906-1940; 1997.
Ann Arbor Draft Counseling Center, 1967.
Ann Arbor War Tax Dissidents/World Peace Tax Fund Group, circa 1980s. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains the pamphlet Why We Say NO to War Taxes.

Physical Description

1 folders

Ann Arbor Women's Peace Camp, October 1983.
Another Mother for Peace, 2005-.
Robert Anthony, 1977-.
Related Materials
  1. Howard W. Lull (CDG-A)
  2. National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund Records (DG 155)
  3. Tax Refusal and Tax Resistance Subject File
Anti-Compulsory Military Drill League, 1925. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders2 items

Anti-Conscription Committee, 1944-1946.
Anti-Enlistment League, 1916.
Anti-Imperialist League, 1899-1919.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on American Anti-Imperialist League, American League of Philadelphia, Washington Anti-Imperialist League, and New England Anti-Imperialist League.

Anti-War and Oppression Coalition (AWOC), 1971.
Anti-War League of the World, circa 1920. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Materials include a printed Anti-War League catechism and a call to action leaflet.

Physical Description

1 folders

Anti-War Organizing League (AWOL), 1981.
Antioch College Summer Peace Institute. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Antioch University: McGregor School, 1993-. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Materials regarding the McGregor School of Antioch University Masters in Conflict Resolution program.

Physical Description

1 folders

Austin J. App, 1944-1948.
Scope and Contents

Includes History's Most Terrifying Peace: Thirteen Reprinted and Original Articles by Austin J. App.

Appeal and Vigil at Fort Detrick, 1959-1961, 1971-1973.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Witness for Peace, Easter 1961.

April Actions for Peace, Jobs, and Justice (Cambridge, Massachusetts). 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

April Six Action Committee, circa 1940s. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Lawrence Apsey, 1932. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Contains the pamphlet I Resign (1932).

Physical Description

1 folders

Aquarian Research Foundation, 1980.
Arbitration and Peace Society (Cincinnati, Ohio), 1905. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Arizona Center to Reverse the Arms Race (ACRAR), 1983-1984.
Arkansas Peace Center.
Arlington Concerned Citizens, 1984.
Arlington Peace Action Committee. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Armed International Tribunal Association, 1915. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

Includes one pamphlet.

Physical Description

1 folders

Arms Control Association, 1971-. 1 folders.
Related Materials

Arms Control Today periodical

Physical Description

1 folders

Arms of Friendship, Inc., 1960.
John M. Arnold, 1969-1989. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Art in Service of Universal Understanding, 1926.
Artists Against the War Collected Records.
Artists Call Against US Intervention in Central America, circa 1983-1984.
Artists for Nuclear Disarmament, 1982. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Artists for Survival (Waltham, Massachusetts), 1983. 1 folders.
Scope and Contents

This collection includes papers of Artists for Survival.

Physical Description

1 folders

Ashtabula Peace Society (Ashtabula, Ohio), 1926-1933.
Asia Pacific Center for Justice and Peace.
Asia Resource Center.
Aspen Institute. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Katherine Anne Assante, 2009-.
Assemblies of God General Council, 1936-1944.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Gospel Publishing House and the periodical The Pentecostal Evangel.

Assembly to Save the Peace Agreement(s), 1974.
Association for Commitment to World Responsibility, 1962.
Association for Conflict Resolution. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Association for Global New Thought, 2005-.
Association for Peace Education, 1923-1925.
Association for Transarmament Studies, 1983-.
Association for World Education, 1970-1983.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Association for World Colleges and Universities.

Association of Catholic Conscientious Objectors, 1940-1946.
Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, 1989-.
Association of Cosmopolitan Clubs, 1908-1909.
Scope and Contents

Contains two annual reports from 1908-1909. The 1909 report includes an article by Benjamin Trueblood.

Association of Oak Ridge Engineers and Scientists World Government Committee, 1947.
Scope and Contents

Materials include Primer for Peace.

Association to Abolish War, 1915-1927.
Athletes United for Peace.
Edward Atkinson, 1898-1902.
Related Materials
  1. Anti-Imperialist League Collected Records (CDG-A)
Scope and Contents

Materials include two editions of Cost of War and Warfare 1898-1902 booklet (20 pages; July 4, 1902) and The Cost of a National Crime booklet (1898).

Atlanta Peace Alliance, 1983-1984.
Atlanta Workshop in Nonviolence, circa 1967. 1 folders.
Related Materials

AWIN Newsletter

Physical Description

1 folders

Atlantic City Conference for Peaceworkers, 1945-1946.
Atlantic Union Committee, 1949. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Atrium Society, 1995-1996, 2004-.
Augustana Lutheran Fellowship of Reconciliation.
Austin Center for Peace and Justice, 2008-. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Lew Ayres, 1942.

Nancy J. Babb, 1921-1949.
Zonia Baber.
Back from the Brink, 2002. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Badger for Peace (Chicago, Illinois). 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Bruce Baechler. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Joan Baez. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Alison Bailey. 2 folders.
Physical Description

2 folders

Warren Worth Bailey, 1920. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Roland Bainton.
Newton Baker, 1930s. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Roger Nash Baldwin. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Balkan War Resource Group (New York City), circa 1995. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Balkins Peace Project.
Reverend Adin Ballou.
Baltimore Jobs with Peace.
Baltimore Nine.
Baltimore Peace Center.
BAN DU: Initiative Against Depleted Uranium Weapons.
Baptist Peace Fellowship, 1940-.
Herman Baron.
Lois Barrett.
Richard Barrett.
Jonathan Barriga.
Dale and Amy Bartell.
Harold Barton, 1944-1949.
Carl Barus.
Benjamin Battin.
Bay Area Committee of Inquiry into Political Prisoners in South Vietnam and American Responsibility.
Bay Area Institute.
Bay Area Military Studies Group.
Bay Area Nonviolent Community.
Bay State Center for Economic Conversion.
Charles A. and Mary R. Beard.
Beaver 55.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Friends of the Beaver 55.

Beaver College.
Henry Ward Beecher.
John Beer, 1954-1985.
Edward Bellamy.
Harold S. Bender.
Kevin and Monica Benderman.
Related Materials

Kevin Benderman Defense Committee (CDG-A)

Medea Benjamin.
Related Materials

CODEPINK (CDG-A)

Benedictines for Peace.
Scott Bennett.
Michael Berg.
Victor Berger, 1919-1926.
Berkeley Free Church.
Arthur Berkowitz.
Berkshire Community College Peace and World Order Studies.
Daniel and Philip Berrigan, 1964-.
Berrigan House.
Jerome (Jerry) Charles Berrigan.
Bethany Theological Seminary Graduate School of Theology of the Church of the Brethren.
Bethel College.
Bethlehem Peace Pilgrimage.
Ade Bethune.
Better World Society.
Beyond War.
Big Flats Defense Committee.
Bike for Peace '86.
Bill of Rights Conference.
Bill of Rights Foundation (Chicago, Illinois).
Arthur Goodwyn Billings.
Raymond and Helen Binford, 1941-1946.
Biosophical Institute, 1924-1939.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Committee of Spinoza Lovers, Institute for the Advancement of Cultural and Spiritual Values, Inter-American Friendship Center, and Frederick Kettner.

Corbett Bishop.
Bishop Desmond Tutu Southern African Refugee Scholarship Fund.
Bite the Bullet! War Profiteering Education and Action Network.
Black Sash Walk.
Black Veterans for Social Justice.
Blacks Against Nukes, 1981-2010.
Alice Stone Blackwell.
Katherine Devereux Blake, 1911-1950.
Joshua Pollard Blanchard, 1819-1868.
Leon Blevins.
Blockade the Bombmakers Campaign.
Peter Blood.
Bloomington Peace Action Coalition (Indiana), 2003-.
Charles Bloomstein, 1938-2002.
George Dana Boardman.
Richard M. Boardman, 1967.
Boat People Project.
Albert Bofman, 1943-1948.
Bohemian Grove Action Network.
Boise Peace Quilt Project.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on National Peace Quilt.

Edward W. Bok. 1 folders.
Related Materials
  1. American Foundation Collected Records (CDG-A)
  2. American Peace Award (CDG-A)
Physical Description

1 folders

Jack Bollens, 1958-1981.
Julian Bond.
Booknikes.
William E. Borah.
T. M. Borrowdale.
Boston Alliance Against Registration and the Draft.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Thirteenth Amendment Project, Inc.

Boston Committee for Disarmament and Peace.
Boston Draft Resistance Group, 1967-1969.
Related Materials

Charles Fisher (CDG-A)

Boston Eight.
Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government.
Boston Non-violent Life Center.
Boulder County Nuclear War Education Committee (Colorado), 1980s.
Boulder Moratorium Committee.
Scope and Contents

Includes materials on Mountain States Moratorium.

Elise Boulding, 1961-1975.
Kenneth E. Boulding, 1938-1977.
Father Roy Bourgeois.
Related Materials

SOA Watch Records (DG 207)

Randolph Silliman Bourne, 1913-1917.
Bowdoin Street Young Men's Peace Society (Boston, Massachusetts).
Jerilyn Bowen.
BPFNA: Bautistas por la Paz [Baptists for Peace], 2016-.
Arthur and Selma Brackman.
Carl and Anne Braden.
Bradford Lyttle Defense Committee.
Tom Bradley.
Heloise Brainerd, 1900-1971.
Brandeis University.
Wilmer Brandt, 1952-2007.
Brandywine Alternative Fund (Media, Pennsylvania)).
David Braun.
John Worth Braxton.
Bread and Puppet Theatre.
Bread and Roses Community Fund.
Bread for the World.
Bread Not Bombs.
Break with Conscription Committee, 1947.
Breaking the Cycle of Violence and Vengeance.
Otto Louis Bremers.
Brenau College.
Brethren Civilian Public Service.
Brethren Peace Fellowship.
Brethren Service Committee.
BrethrenVoluntary Service.
Brethren Witness/Washington Office, 2006-.
Fred Briehl.
Howard H. Brinton.
James E. Bristol.
Mary D. Brite, circa 1950-1952.
Broken Plow Law Office.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Western Solidarity, Nebraska Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, and Rural Coalition.

Bronx Committee Against A.B.M.
Brookline Action for Nuclear Disarmament (BAND).
Brookline Peace Center.
Arle Brooks.
Robert Boland Brooks.
Thalia Yaffey Stern Broudy, 1961-2004.
Robert S. Browne, 1962-1975.
Louise Bruyn.
William Jennings Bryan.
Bryn Mawr Alumnae Protest Against the War in Vietnam (Pennsylvania).
Bryn Mawr Coalition for Peace (Pennsylvania).
Bryn Mawr College, Institute of International Relations (Pennsylvania).
Pearl S. Buck.
Bucks Alliance for Nuclear Disarmament (Langhorne, Pennsylvania).
Bucks County Peace Center (Langhorne, Pennsylvania).
Bucks County Peace Fair.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on World Peace Fair.

Bucks County Women Living Peace and Justice (Pennsylvania), 2006-.
Buddhist Peace Fellowship, 1980-.
Buddhist Religious Society.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Peace Pagoda.

Buffalo Coalition for Progressive Media, 2005-.
Buffalo Nine/Buffalo Nine Defense Committee.
Buffalo Peace and Arbitration Society (New York), 1911-1916.
Builders for Human Welfare.
Building Bridges for Peace (Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania).
Ralph J. Bunche.
Burlington Peace Coalition (Burlington, Vermont).
Business Alert to Nuclear War.
Business Executives for National Security.
Business Executives for Nuclear Age Concerns.
Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities.
Nicholas Murray Butler.
By What Means Peace (Intercollegiate Student Conference).
Mary Bye, 1974-1986.

Dr. Helen Caldicott.
California Institute for Integral Studies (San Francisco), 1986.
Scope and Contents

Re: Peace/War and Global Studies program.

California Peace Society.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Redlands Peace Society, Robert C. Root, and Southern California Peace Society.

Call to Action, 2006-.
Call to Renewal.
Holland Cameron.
Cambridge Commission on Nuclear Disarmament and Peace Education.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Commission on Nuclear Disarmament and Peace Information.

Cambridge Committee to Free Angela Davis and All Political Prisoners.
Cambridge Institute for Peace and International Security.
Cambridge Institute for Societal Learning.
Cambridge Peace Commission.
Cambridge Peace Education Project.
Cambridge Soviet Sister Project.
Cambridge Vote on Vietnam Group.
Camden 28 / Camden Defense Fund.
Camden Center for Law and Social Justice.
Campaign Against Nuclear War.
Campaign End the Air War.
Campaign for a Democratic Foreign Policy, 1975-1976.
Campaign for a Global Ban on Landmines.
Campaign for a Landmine Free World.
Campaign for a People' s Peace Treaty.
Campaign for New Priorities.
Campaign for Peace and Democracy.
Campaign for Peace and Democracy / East and West.
Campaign for Peace with Justice in Central America.
Campaign for Peace with Justice in the Middle East.
Campaign for Political Rights.
Campaign for UN Reform, 1976-.
Campaign for World Government, 1938-1963.
Campaign to End the War in Vietnam.
Campaign to Stop Government Spying, 1976-1978.
Campaign to Stop the Euromissiles.
E. Fay Campbell.
Campus Antiwar Network (CAN).
Chelsea Against Nuclear Destruction United (CANDU).
Cape Action Community.
Cape Cod Women' s Agenda.
CAPACITAR International (Santa Cruz, California).
Philip Caplovitz.
Arthur Capper.
Andrew Carnegie.
Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict.
Carnegie Council [on Ethics and International Affairs].
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Lucy Perkins Carner, 1953-1977.
Luigi Carnovale.
Carolina Interfaith Task Force on Central America.
Carolina Peace Resource Center (Columbia, South Carolina).
Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund, 1955.
Berenice A. Carroll.
Jimmy Carter.
Mary G. Cary.
Cathedra Peace Institute.
Roman Catholic.
Catholic Association for International Peace, 1927-1967.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Catholic Student Peace Federation.

Catholic Peace Fellowship, 1962-.
Catholic Peace Ministry.
Catholic Worker Movement, 1936-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on House of Hospitality (Martin de Porres) and Martin de Porres House of Hospitality.

Catholic Worker: Hartford Catholic Worker (Connecticut).
Catholic Worker: Los Angeles Catholic Worker.
Catholic Worker: Philadelphia Catholic Worker.
Richard R. Catlett.
Catonsville Nine.
Carrie Chapman Catt.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on National Woman Suffrage Association.

Bruce Catton.
Joan Cananagh.
CBW Campaign.
Ceasefire Pennsylvania Education Fund.
Celebration of Conscience.
Center for Alternative Dispute Resolution, 2003-.
Center for Appeals for Freedom.
Center for Atomic Radiation Studies (CARS) [Acton, Massachusetts], 1980s.
Center for Campus Organizing.
Center for Christian Nonviolence.
Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.
Center for Constitutional Rights, 1970-.
Center for Constitutional Rights: Voting Rights Project/Mississippi Congressional Challenge, ca. 1985-1990.
Center for Cuban Studies.
Center for Defense Information, 1978-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Spirit of '76.

Center for Democratic Renewal.
Center for Economic and Social Rights.
Center for Economic Revitalization.
Center for Global Community and World Law.
Center for Innovative Diplomacy.
Center for International Affairs [Harvard University Program on Nonviolent Sanctions].
Center for International Education, 2003-.
Center for International Policy.
Center for New Creation.
Center for Nonviolent Conflict Resolution, 1969-1973.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on A. Paul Hare and Nonviolent Action Research Project.

Center for Nonviolent Solutions.
Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, 1966-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Detroit Council for World Affairs.

Center for Peace and Justice Education.
Center for Peace Concerns.
Center for Peace Learning.
Center for Peace Through Culture.
Center for Research on Conflict Resolution.
Center for Soviet-American Dialogue.
Center for Teaching About Peace and War.
Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1976-1977.
Center for Teaching Peace.
Center for Teaching International Relations.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Center on International Race Relations.

Center for the Study of Armament and Disarmament.
Center for the Study of Conflict.
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
Center for the Study of Power and Peace.
Center for United Nations Reform Education.
Center for Victims of Torture.
Center for War/Peace Studies, 1966-2005.
Center for World Peace.
Center of Concern.
Center on Law and Pacifism, 1978-1980.
Center on the Consequences of Nuclear War.
Center on War and the Child.
Center to Prevent Handgun Violence.
Central America Resource Center.
Central America Solidarity Association (CASA).
Central American Sanctuary Alliance (CASA) of Delaware County, 1990-1994.
Central Arizona Center to Reverse the Arms Race, 1980s.
Central Committee of Correspondence.
Central Committee Inc. for the Relief of Distress in Germany and German Austria.
Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1922-1945.
CentrePeace.
Centurion's Guild, 2013-.
CEPAD USA.
Chamber of Commerce USA.
Harold Chance, 1943-1944.
William Ellery Channing.
Chapel Hill Pacifist Fellowship (North Carolina).
Charlotte Citizens for Peace, 1982-1996.
Mary N. Chase, 1916-1939.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Society for the Promotion of International Amity.

Cesar Estrada Chavez.
Che Payne Institute: Black Economic Development Conference, 1971.
Daniel Chessman.
Chester County Coalition for Draft Education, 1981.
Chester County Peace Movement, 2003-.
Cheyenne Appeal, 1958-1959.
Chicago Area Draft Resisters (CADRE), 1966.
Chicago Area Military Project.
Chicago Coalition Against Registration and the Draft.
Chicago Committee to Oppose Peacetime Conscription, 1945-1947.
Chicago Commons Association.
Chicago Conference Continuation Committee, 1948.
Chicago Conference for Peace with Justice.
Chicago Defense Committee.
Chicago 15.
Chicago Peace Council.
Chicago Peace Society.
Chicano Draft Hel.
Children of War.
Children's Crusade for Children, 1940.
Children's Crusade for Peace, 1915.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Whittier House Peace Band, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.

Children's Crusade (To Death Row).
Children's Peace Camp.
Children's Peace Petition Committee, circa1916-1950.
Children's Plea for Peace, 1950-1962.
Chile Emergency Committee (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), circa 1977-1978.
China's Children Fund.
China Famine Fund.
Sri Chinmoy.
Related Materials

Sri Chinmoy Centre (CDG-A)

Sister Joan Chittister.
Noam Chomsky.
Christadelphian Service Committee, 1944-.
Christian Arbitration and Peace Society, 1886-1895.
Christian Association.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Stop the Pentagon / Serve the People.

Christian Pacifist Defense Fund.
Christian Peace Committee.
Christian Peace League, 1915.
Christian Peacemaker Teams.
Christian Social Action Movement, 1932-1934.
Christian Women's Peace Movement, 1915.
Christians Concerned About El Salvador (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), circa 1982.
Christians For Peace.
Christic Institute.
Christmas Buying Boycott for Peace.
Christophers.
Church League for Industrial Democracy.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Church of the Brethren, 1915-1980.
Related Materials

Subject File: Church of the Brethren

Scope and Contents

Includes material on Twenty Thousand Dunkers for Peace.

Church of the Brethren Witness/Washington Office, 2008-.
Church Peace League of America.
Church Peace Union, 1915-1961.
Related Materials

Council on Religion and International Affairs (CDG-A)

Scope and Contents

Includes material on Committee on Reduction of Armaments.

Church Women United.
Churches' Center for Theology and Public Policy.
Churches for Middle East Peace, 2005-.
Churchmen's Committee for a Christian Peace, 1941-1942.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Charles F. Boss, Churchmen's Campaign for Peace Through Mediation, and Minister's No War Committee.

Cincinnati Committee to End the War in Viet Nam.
Cincinnati Peace League, 1924-1949.
CISPES (U.S. Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador).
Citizen Action for Lasting Security.
Citizen Committee to Abolish School Shelter Drills.
Citizen Conference on Ending the War in Indochina.
Citizen Conference on International Economic Union.
Citizen Education for Peace Project.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies and Quest for Peace broadcast series.

Citizen Exchange Corps.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Hostages for Peace, 1962 and Peace Hostages.

Citizen Exchange Council, 1962-1990.
Citizen for Participation in Political Action.
Citizen for the UN.
Citizen Keep America Out of the War.
Citizen Soldier, 1976-1980.
Citizens Against Napalm.
Citizens' Alliance (Concord, Massachusetts).
Citizens Budget Campaign.
Citizens Budget Campaign of Western Pennsylvania.
Citizens' Call.
Citizens' Club of Palo Alto (California).
Citizens Coalition Against the Neutron Bomb.
Citizens' Committee Against War.
Citizens Committee for a World Court.
Citizens Committee for Constitutional Liberties.
Citizens Committee for Peace With Freedom in Vietnam, 1968-1970.
Citizens' Committee for Universal Disarmament, 1928.
Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons, 1946-1949.
Citizens Committee to Abolish School Shelter Drills, 1963.
Citizens Conference on Ending the War in Indochina, 1971.
Citizens Conference on International Economic Union, 1943-1944.
Citizens Crusade Against Poverty.
Citizens for a Bilateral Nuclear War Freeze.
Citizens for Global Solutions.
Citizens for Moral War.
Citizens for Participation in Political Action, 1972-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Brookline PAX.

Citizens for Peace and Disarmament.
Citizens for Peace in Space.
Citizens for Space Demilitarization.
Citizens for the United Nations.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Quaker Self-Tax for the United Nations.

Citizens' Hearings for Radiation Victims.
Citizens' Keep America Out of War Committee, 1941.
Citizens Network.
Citizens Opposing Nuclear Arms.
Citizens Peace Petition Committee, 1941-1942.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Citizens' Peace Mandate Committee.

Citizens Peace Program.
Civic Action Institute.
Civil Defense Protest Committee, 1955-1962.
Civil Liberties Legal Defense Fund.
Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts.
Civilian-Based Defense Association.
Civilian Training Unit for Women, 1941-1942.
Shane Clairborne.
Clamshell Alliance, 1974-.
Grenville Clark.
Ramsey Clark.
Sheldon D. Clark, 1960-1970.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Lawyers Committee to End the War, Cleveland, Ohio.

Clark University Peace Studies Program.
Clearing House for Limitations of Armaments, 1921.
Samuel L. Clemens.
Clergy and Laity Network, 2005-.
Cleveland Peace Society.
Pearl Cline.
La Clinica Del Pueblo De Rio Arriba.
Coalition Against Urban Warrior.
Coalition for a De-Militarized Chaplaincy.
Coalition for a Non-Nuclear World.
Coalition for a Nuclear-Free Harbor, 1984-1990.
Coalition for a Nuclear Test Ban (Boston, Massachusetts).
Coalition for a Strong United Nations (Brookline, Massachusetts), 2001-.
Coalition for Alternatives to Militarism in Our Schools (Pasadena, California), 2012-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Coalition Against Militarism of Our Schools.

Coalition for Arms Limitation and Survival (CALLAS) [Miami, Florida].
Coalition for Direct Action at Seabrook.
Coalition for International Cooperation and Peace.
Coalition for Peace Action, 2005-.
Coalition for Nuclear Disarmament.
Coalition for the International Criminal Court, 1997-.
Coalition for World Peace, circa 2006.
Coalition of American War Resisters in Canada.
Coalition on National Priorities and Military Policy, 1969-1976.
Coalition to Cut Military Spending.
Coalition to Free South Vietnamese Political Prisoners.
Coalition to Reduce Nuclear Dangers.
Coalition to Reverse the Nuclear Arms Race, 1980-.
Coalition to Stop Funding the War, 1973-1976.
Coalition to Stop Trident.
Coalition to Stop U.S. Intervention in the Middle East.
Frank I. Cobb.
CODEPINK [or Code Pink]: Women's Pre-Emptive Strike for Peace, 2003-.
Related Materials

Medea Benjamin (CDG-A)

Tristan Coffin.
William Sloane Coffin.
Tim and Yvette Coil.
Samuel Colcord, 1920-1931.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Committee on Educational Publicity.

Colgate University Peace Studies [Program].
College Peace Union, 1960.
Collegiate Anti-Militarism League, 1915-1917.
John Collura.
Colorado Coalition for the Prevention of the Nuclear War.
Columbia University Teacher's College Graduate Studies in Conflict Resolution.
Columbia University: The Institute of War and Peace Studies, 1962-.
Columbus Peace Council.
Justin Combs.
Commission of the Churches on International Affairs, 1948-1976.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on International Missionary Council.

Commission on Interracial Cooperation.
Commission on the Coordination of Efforts for Peace, 1933.
Commission on United States-Central American Relations.
Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, 1940-1977.
Committee Against Militarization.
Committee Against Military Training.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Committee to Prevent Compulsory Military Training.

Committee Against Registration and the Draft (CARD), 1980-.
Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy.
Committee for a New Korea Policy.
Committee for a Nuclear Free Community.
Related Materials

Peace Forum (CDG-A)

Committee for a Quaker Peace Witness, 1960-1961.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Washington Pilgrimage, 1960.

Committee for Action/Research on the Intelligence Committee.
Committee for Amnesty for All Objectors to War and Conscription, 1945-1948.
Committee for Democratic Control, 1917.
Committee for Draft Resistance.
Committee for Equality in Naturalization.
Committee for Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade.
Committee for International Friendly Visits.
Committee for International Nonviolence.
Committee for International Reduction of Armament.
Committee for National Security, 1980-1989.
Committee for Non-Violent Integration, 1956.
Committee for Non-Violent Revolution, 1946.
Committee for Nuclear Responsibility.
Committee for Peace and New Priorities.
Committee for Peace Day in the UN.
Committee for Peace Organization.
Committee for Peace Through World Cooperation.
Committee for Peaceful Alternatives, 1950-1952.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Conference on Peaceful Alternatives to the Atlantic Pact; Mid-Century Conference for Peace, May 29-30, 1950; and National Committee for Peaceful Alternatives.

Committee for Promotion of Peace.
Committee for Public Justice.
Committee for Racial and Religious Tolerance.
Committee for the Application of the Behavioral Sciences to the Strategies of Peace (ABSSOP).
Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in Honduras.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Honduras Information Center.

Committee for the Defense of War Resisters at City College (New York City), 1933.
Committee for the Marshall Plan to Aid European Recovery.
Committee for the Presidio 27.
Committee for the Universal Recognition of Conscientious Objection to Military Service.
Committee of Citizens (Media, Pennsylvania).
Committee of Concerned Democrats.
Committee of Concerned Parents.
Committee of Conscience.
Committee of Faith.
Committee of Families and Friends of Imprisoned Conscientious Objectors.
Committee of Mercury for the Women and Children Made Destitute by the World War.
Committee of One Hundred Friends of Conscientious Objectors.
Committee of Returned Volunteers.
Committee on Cultural Relations with Latin America, 1927-1940.
Committee on Drafting Youth, 1942.
Committee on Education for Lasting Peace.
Committee on Educational Aid for Conscientious Objection.
Committee on Fair Employment Practices in Department Stores (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1945-1946.
Scope and Contents

Re: trying to get African Americans hired in city stores.

Committee on Militarism in Education, 1974-.
Committee on Missions in the World of Tomorrow.
Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East.
Committee on Peace and Service of the Bucks Quarterly Meeting of the Society of Friends, 1963-1976.
Committee on Research for Peace, 1960.
Committee on the Search for Alternatives to War.
Committee on US-USSR Peace Leadership.
Committee on War Prohibition, 1917.
Committee on World Friendship Among Children.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Committee on International Friendship Among Children in Japan, Goodwill Suitcases, and Doll Messengers, 1927.

Committee Opposed to Militarism and the Draft.
Committee to Bridge the Gap.
Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies (Defeating the Axis).
Committee to Defend the Eight.
Committee to Defend the Fort Hamilton GIs.
Committee to End Slave Labor in America, 1946.
Committee to End United States Intervention in Vietnam.
Committee to Evaluate Civil Defense in New Jersey.
Committee to Frame a World Constitution.
Committee to Keep America Out of War.
Committee to Oppose the Mundt- Nixon Police State Bill.
Committee to Resist the Draft (Los Angeles, California), ca. 1980-1981.
Committee to Set Aside the 1972 Election.
Committee to Study America' s Role in World Affairs.
Common Agenda Coalition.
Common Cause, 1971-1988.
Common Council for American Unity.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Foreign Language Information Service.

Common Dreams News Center (Internet).
Common Heritage Institute, 1977-1989.
Communication Group on Conscription and Amnesty.
Communicators for Nuclear Disarmament.
Communist Party of the U.S.A.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Young Communist League and Workers Library Publishers.

Community Alliance for Peace Education.
Community Committe on Peace.
Community for Creative Nonviolence (CCNV), 1970-1990.
Community Peace Center.
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility.
Joseph W. Conard.
Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety, ca. 1980s.
Concerned Citizens of Bucks County.
Concerned Democrats of Delaware County.
Concerned Military.
Conference for Joint Action.
Conference in Solidarity with the Liberation Struggles of the Peoples of Southern Africa.
Conference of Advanced Peace Organization.
Conference of "Advanced" Peace Organizations.
Conference of Greater New York Peace Groups.
Conference of Mennonites, Schwenkfelders, Brethren, and Friends.
Conference of Peaceworkers, 1916, 1917.
Conference on Pan American Democracy.
Conference on the Church and War.
Conference on the Limitation of Armament, 1921-1922.
Conference Upon Research and Education.
Conflict Resolution Center.
Conflict Resolution Education Network.
Congregation and Christian Churches: Commission on International Relations, 1930s.
Congregational [and] Christian Churches: Council for Social Action.
Congregational Christian Committee on Conscientious Objectors.
Congregational-Christian Pacifist Fellowship.
Congregational Christian Service Committee.
Congregational Churches National Council of the Commission on International Relations.
National Council of the Congregational Churches of the United States.
Congregational Education Society.
Congress of American Women.
Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), 1942-1972.
Congress of Scientists on Survival.
Geoffrey R. Conklin.
Connecticut Peace Council.
Connecticut Peace Society.
Connecticut Peace Society [II].
F. Hilary Conroy.
Conscientious Resistance.
Consistent Life: Voices for Peace and Life.
Consortium on International Peace and Reconciliation.
Consultative Peace Council, 1930-1969, 1939-1955.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Anti-War Mobilization, June 1940; Atlantic City Conference for Peaceworkers, 1945 and 1946; Coordinated Peace Action, Jan. 1939; "General Staff" Neutrality Organization, Aug.1939; Neutrality Bloc Conference, Atlantic City, April 10-12, 1939; Pacifist Action Committee, April 1930; and United Pacifist Conference, 1938-1944.

Consumers Against War.
Sandi Cooper.
Cooperative League of the U.S.A.
Ellen Cope.
Paul Markley Cope, 1919.
CORDA FRATRES: Federation Internationale des Etudiants -- 8th International Congress of Students (Cornell University), 1913.
Vietnam War Veterans Archives at the Cornell University Library Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
Cornerstone: a Center for Justice and Peace.
Corporate Action Project.
Patrick Corrigan.
William R. Corson.
Paul Cotton.
Council Against Communist Aggression.
Council Against Intolerance in America.
Council for a Department of Peace.
Council for a Livable World, 1961-.
Related Materials

Leo Szilard (CDG-A)

Council for Correspondence, 1960-1965.
Council for Democracy.
Council for Permanent Peace.
Council of Christian Associations, 1925-1932.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on World Court Committee of the Council of Christian Associations, Committee on Christian World Education of the Council of Christian Associations, National Student Committee on Disarmament, and New Student World Court Poll.

Council on Economic Priorities.
Council on Foreign Relations.
Council on International Relations.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on World Friendship Travel Service.

Council on Peacemaking and Religion.
Council on Religion and International Affairs, 1914-1980.
Council on World Tensions.
Courage to Resist, 2007-.
Norman Cousins.
Covenant of Peace Group.
Dr. Henry Hitt Crane.
Kate Crane-Gartz.
CREDO, 2008-.
Abraham Cronbach, 1930-1940.
Crosscurrents International Institute.
Crossroads Sanctuary.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Hawaii Resistance.

Frances Crowe.
Cruise and Pershing Project.
Cruisewatch.
Crusaders for Peace.
Crusading Mothers of Pennsylvania.
Cypress Resettlement Project.

Dallas Peace Center.
Dallas 6.
Dartmouth College John Sloan Dickey Endowment for International Understanding.
Daughters of the American Revolution.
Diana Davies.
Garry Davis.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on International Registry of World Citizens, Ohio and Registre International des Citoyens du Monde (International Registry of World Citizens).

Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund (Sandwich, Massachusetts).
Day Before.
Dorothy Day, 1915-.
Day House.
Days of Decision (Washington, D.C.).
D.C. 9/D.C. Defense Committee.
Deadline for Peace (Wayne, Pennsylvania).
Death Penalty Information Center.
Richard Deats.
Charles DeBenedetti.
Eugene Victor Debs.
Defending Dissent Foundation, 2007-.
Defense Committee, 1969-.
Related Materials

Juan Farinas Defense Committee (CDG-A)

Defense Committee Against Deportation of Vietnamese for Peace.
Delaware County Ad Hoc Committee Against Registration, the Draft, and War.
Delaware County Campaign for Peace and Justice, 2001-2002.
Delaware County Campaign for Peace in the Middle East, 1990-1992.
Delaware County Center for Peace and Social Change.
Delaware County Committee on Hiroshima-Nagasaki, 1986.
Delaware County Jobs with Peace Campaign, 1986-1992.
Delaware County Peace Action, 1967-1975.
Delaware County Peace Action Committee.
Delaware County Peace, Justice, and Environmental Network.
Delaware County Poets Against the War.
Delaware County Wage Peace and Justice (Media, Pennsylvania), 2002-.
Delaware Peace Society, 1895-1917.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Universal Peace Union, Delaware Branch.

David Del Bourgo.
Delco Committee for Peace and Justice in the Middle East.
Delco Peace Action Center.
Delco United For Sensible Gun Policy.
Aidan Delgado.
Delegates' National Assembly for Peace.
David Dellinger.
Demand Disarmament Day.
John D'Emilio, 1992-2002.
Barbara Deming.
Democracy Unlimited.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Prohibition Party and American Youth for Political Action.

Democracy Unplugged (Swarthmore, Pennsylvania).
Democratic Women' s Luncheon Club of Philadelphia.
Ulysses DeRosa.
Des Moines Peace Council.
Detroit Committee to End the War in Vietnam.
John Dewey.
Diablo Canyon Blockade / Encampment Collected Records.
Robert Dickinson [also known as Roberta Dickinson], 1969-1974.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Robert Solenberger.

Albert and Frank Dietrich, 1939-1946, 1988-1998.
Dimensions of Peace.
Daniel Birmeli Dingman, 1946.
Disarm Education Fund.
Disarmament 2000/Common Security.
Disarmament Action Network.
Disarmament Education Committee.
Disarmament Resource Center.
Disciples of Christ.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Christian Church.

Disciples Peace Fellowship, 1935-.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Christian Church.

Dissenting Democrats.
Justus Drew Doenecke.
Dolphin Center.
Donnelly/Colt.
Don't Spy On Me Campaign (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 2006-.
Desmond T. Doss.
William N. Doty.
James and Shelley Douglass, 1990-.
Francoise Wilhelmina Douwes, 1985-2005.
Downwinders.
Doylestown Peace Force (Pennsylvania).
Draft Action.
Draft Counseling Service.
Draft Information and Counseling Association of New Jersey.
Draper Conversion Task Force.
Draper Peace Conversion Group, ca. 1980s.
Father Robert Drinan, 1969-1970.
Rachel Davis Du Bois.
W.E.B. DuBois.
Christina Dugan, 1991.
John Foster Dulles.
Dunamis Institute.
Nina Larrey Duryea.
Dust, Inc.
Dutchess County Peace Center (Poughkeepsie, New York).
Dutchess County Peace Society (New York).
E.F. Dwyer.
Dykes Opposed to Nuclear Technology.

Earlham College "Training for Service".
Earlham School of Religion Peace and Justice Studies [Program].
East and West Association.
East Asia - U.S. Women's Network Against U.S. Militarism.
East Coast Conspiracy to Save Lives.
East Timor Action Network.
East Timor Defense Committee.
Eastern Mennonite University (Harrisonburg, Virginia).
Eastern Mennonite University: Center for Justice and Peacebuilding.
Eastern Mennonite University: Summer Peacebuilding Institute.
Eastern Mennonite University: Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice.
Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Congress.
Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Council.
Crystal Eastman.
Robert Eaton.
Kermit Eby.
Economists Allied for Arms Reduction.
Economists for Peace and Security.
Ecumenical Partnership for Peace and Justice.
Sherwood Eddy.
Robert Edgar.
Education Exploration Center.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Education for Peace Project.

Education for Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC) [Washington, D.C.].
Educational Foundation for Nuclear Sciences.
Educators to Stop the War.
Eileen Egan.
Fritz Eichenberg.
Albert Einstein.
Eirene (International Christian Service for Peace).
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
El Paso Peace Coalition.
Elizabeth Baker Propaganda.
Daniel Ellsberg.
Jerry Elmer.
Emergency Anti-War Committee (Chicago, Illinois).
Emergency Anti-War Committee (New York City).
Emergency Committee for Disaster Relief to Cuba.
Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists.
Emergency Committee on the Big Navy Bill.
Emergency Committee on the London Naval Conference.
Emergency Federation of Peace Forces.
Emergency Foreign Policy Conference.
Emergency Ministries Concerning the War.
Emergency Mobilization to Stop the War.
Emergency National Council Against U.S. Intervention in Central America and the Caribbean.
Emergency Peace Committee.
Emergency Peace Committee of Massachusetts.
Emergency Peace Federation (New York).
Arthur Emery Jr.
End the Draft Committee.
End the Draft in '63.
Ending War Foundation.
Environmental and Peace Education Center (Fort Myers, Florida).
Envision Peace Museum.
Erica Enzer.
Epiphany Plowshares.
Episcopal Church.
Episcopal Peace Coalition of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts.
Desiderius Erasmus.
Janet Essley.
William Murray Estep.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Louis Dabney Smith.

Evangelical and Reformed Church.
Evangelical Church.
Evangelicals for Social Action.
Evansville Peace Council (Indiana).
Derick Eveleigh.
William Everson.
Every Church a Peace Church.
Everybody's Committee to Outlaw War.
Everyday Gandhis.
Experiment in International Living.

Harold E. Fackert.
Chuck Fager.
Related Materials

Quaker House, Fayetteville, North Carolina (CDG-A)

Fair Lawn Committee for Peace in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.
Families of Resisters for Amnesty.
Fast for Peace Committee.
Federal Union.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Inter-Democracy Federal Unionists, Union House, Union Now, and World Federal Union.

Federal World Government.
Federation Against War.
Federation of American Scientists.
Federation of International Polity Clubs.
Federation of Nations Society.
Fellowship for a Christian Social Order.
Fellowship for Society Justice.
Fellowship House.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Fellowship Fund Commission.

Fellowship of Peace.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Women's Fellowship of Peace.

Fellowship Press.
Joseph Felmet.
Feminist Anti-Nuclear Task Force.
Feminist Women for Peace: S.O.S. (Sisters Organized to Survive) [Boston, Massachusetts].
Feminists in Solidarity with Central American and Caribbean People.
Feminists Insist on a Safe Tomorrow (FIST).
Michael Ferber.
Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee.
Fifth District Citizens Concerned About Central America (Westford, Massachusetts).
Fight for Total Peace, Inc.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on World Federation.

Edward Filene.
Finger Lakes Military Counseling and Information Center.
Finger Lakes Peace Alliance (Geneva, New York).
First Amendment Foundation.
Charles Fisher.
Five College Research Committee.
Five Continent Peace Initiative. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

Florida Coalition for Peace and Justice.
Flower City Conspiracy.
Flushing Peace Society.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Grace Waldron Keese Hubbard.

Michael S. Foley.
Folks United to Thwart Unsafe Radiation Emission (FUTURE).
Jane Fonda.
Food for Freedom, Inc.
Food for Peace.
Food Not Bombs.
Willard G. Foote.
Foreign Affairs Forum.
Foreign Policy Association.
Randall Forsberg.
Fort Hood Three Defense Committee.
Forum for U.S.-Soviet Dialogue.
Reverend Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick.
Raymond B. Fosdick.
Dr. Hazel Foster.
Foster Parents' Plan for War Children Inc.
Theodore and Mabel K. Foulk.
Foundation for a Compassionate Society (Kyle, Texas).
Foundation for Middle East Peace.
Foundation for New Educational Projects, Inc.
Foundation for P.E.A.C.E. [Peaceful Environment Among Communities Everywhere].
Foundation for the Arts of Peace.
Foundation for the Law of Time.
Founding Conference for a National Defense Organization Against Racist and Political Repression.
Fourth Freedom Forum.
Framingham Committee for Nuclear Weapons Freeze (Massachusetts).
Jerome Frank.
Charles E. Frantz.
Alfred A. Fraser III.
Fraternity of Universal Brotherhood.
Harrop A. Freeman.
Freeze Campaigns.
Freeze Campaigns (State and Local).
Scope and Contents
    Includes material on the following Freeze Campaigns:
  1. Alabama Freeze Campaign (Birmingham, Alabama)
  2. Ames Bilateral Freeze Campaign (Ames, Iowa)
  3. Bergen County Freeze Campaign (Bergen County, New Jersey)
  4. Californians for a Bilateral Nuclear Freeze Weapons
  5. Capitol Area Freeze (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)
  6. Chicago Area Faculty for a Freeze on the Nuclear Arms Race
  7. Connecticut Freeze Campaign for a US-USSR Nuclear Arms Freeze (Hartford, Connecticut)
  8. Council for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
  9. Delaware County Campaign for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze
  10. Glenview Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign (Glenview, Illinois)
  11. Ground Zero Pairing Project (Portland, Oregon)
  12. Illinois Nuclear Weapons Freeze (Chicago, Illinois)
  13. Interstate Freeze Lobbying Network (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
  14. Lancaster Area Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign (Lancaster, Pennsylvania)
  15. Maryland Campaign for a No First Use of Nuclear Weapons
  16. Maryland Campaign for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze
  17. Massachusetts Nuclear Weapons Committee
  18. Nebraska Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign
  19. New Hampshire Campaign for a US-USSR Nuclear Weapons Freeze
  20. New Jersey Nuclear Weapons Freeze
  21. Northeast Georgia Campaign for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze
  22. Northern California Nuclear Weapons Freeze
  23. Norwich Peace Center (Norwich, Vermont)
  24. Ohio Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign
  25. Oklahoma Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign
  26. Omaha Freeze (Omaha, Nebraska)
  27. Oregon Coast Peace Alliance
  28. Pennsylvania Campaign for Nuclear Weapons Freeze
  29. People for a Nuclear Free Future (Santa Cruz, California)
  30. Philadelphia Freeze Campaign
  31. Portland Freeze Coalition (Portland, Oregon)
  32. San Antonio Freeze (San Antonio, Texas)
  33. San Francisco Freeze (San Francisco, California)
  34. Santa Barbarans for a Bilateral Nuclear Weapons Freeze (Santa Barbara, California)
  35. Safe Energy Alternatives (SEA) Alliance (Montclair, New Jersey)
  36. Seattle Pledge of Resistance (Seattle, Washington)
  37. Tampa Coalition for Survival (Tampa, Florida)
  38. Waltham Concerned Citizens Committee for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze (Waltham, Massachusetts)
  39. Washington Weapons Freeze Campaign
  40. West Shore Citizens for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze (New Cumberland, Pennsylvania)
  41. West Side Action for Peace and Social Justice/West Side Nuclear Freeze Campaign (New York, New York)
  42. West Virginia Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign (Charleston, West Virginia)
  43. Westchester Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign (Scarsdale, New York)
  44. Nebraska Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign
  45. People for a Nuclear Free Future (Santa Cruz, California)
Paul Comly French.
Fresno Pacific University: Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies.
Fresno War Tax Resistance.
Freundschaftsheim.
Friendly Support for the Plowshares Eight.
Friendly World Broadcasting Co.
Friends Committee on Arizona Legislation.
Friends Committee on Legislation of Northern California.
Friends Committee on Legislation Southern California Section.
Friends Committee on War Tax Concerns.
Friends Conference on Disarmament.
Friends Coordinating Committee on Peace.
Friends for a Non-Violent World.
Friends General Conference (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).
Friends National Peace Committee.
Friends of Central America United in Support.
Friends of Danilo Dolci, Inc.
Friends of El Salvador (Seattle, Washington).
Friends of Freedom for India (New York City).
Friends of Hibakusha (San Francisco, California).
Friends of Peace.
Friends of Peace Pilgrim.
Related Materials

Peace Pilgrim (DG 104)

Friends of the Ark.
Friends of the Earth.
Friends of the Third World.
Friends of the UN.
Friends' Peace Center (Santa Monica California Friends Meeting).
Friends Peace Center (Greenwich, Connecticut).
Friends Peace Teams (San Antonio, Texas).
Friends Suburban Project.
Friends United Meeting.
Friends Washington Peace Headquarters.
Friends Witness for World Order.
Friends World Committee for Consultation.
Friendship Committee with the Independent Eastern European and Soviet Peace Groups.
Friendship House.
From the Women of Philadelphia U.S.A. in Answer to the Friendly Address of the Women of Exeter (England) on the Subject of Peace.
From War to Peace [org.].
David Frost.
J.W. Fulbright.
Fund for an Open Society.
Fund for Education and Training.
Fund for Education in World Order.
Fund for New Priorities in America.
Fund for Open Information and Accountability, Inc.
Fund for Peace.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on University Consortium for World Order Studies, 1971; In the Public Interest; and In the Public Interest Press Center.

Funding Exchange.
Stephen Funk.

Ruth Gage-Colby.
Zona Gale.
Gandhi Alliance for Peace.
Arun Gandhi.
Gandhi Memorial Center.
Gandhi Memorial International Foundation (Los Angeles, California).
Gandhi Society for Human Rights.
Gandhian Foundation.
Gandhitopia.
Frank E. Gannett.
Larry Gara.
Garden of Peace.
John and Susan Garrett Garrett.
William Lloyd Garrison.
Maria Garroni.
Gaudete Peace and Justice Center.
General Alliance of Unitarian and Other Liberal Christian Women (Boston, Massachusetts).
General Committee on the Limitation of Armament.
General Federation of Women's Clubs.
General Strike for Peace.
Genesee / Finger Lakes Nuclear Disarmament Network.
George Fox College Center for Peace Learning.
George Mason University Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.
George Mason University: Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution.
Georgetown University Center for Peace Studies.
Georgia Peace and Justice Coalition.
Georgia Peace Society.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Georgia Committee on the Disarmament Conference.

German-American Literary Defense Committee.
German-American Peace Society.
German University League.
Germantown Draft Counseling Center.
Alan Geyer.
G.I. Civil Liberties Defense Committee.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on G.I.'s United Against the War in Vietnam.

G.I.-Civilian Alliance for Peace (Seattle, Washington).
G.I.-Civilian Coalition for April 5.
G.I. Counseling Services (New York City).
G.I. Rights Hotline.
David E. Gibson.
Willis E. Giese.
Ken Giles.
Edwin Ginn and Ginn and Company.
Givat Haviva Educational Foundation (New York City).
Miles G. Glasglow.
Glendora Strikers Defense Committee.
Global Action.
Global Action to Help End Rap (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).
Global Action to Prevent War.
Global Education Associates.
Global Exchange (San Francisco, California).
Global Interdependence Center of the World Affairs Council.
Global Issues Resources Center.
Global Learning, Inc.
Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space.
Global Peace Initiative.
Global Peace Services.
Global Peace Walk 2000.
Global Peace Walk 2002.
Global Perspectives in Education.
Global Ratification and Elections Network.
Global Security Institute.
Global Tomorrow Coalition.
Global Walk for a Livable World.
Ross Goddard.
God's Way Foundation (Detroit, Michigan).
Going Home: Interfaith Campaign in Support of Salvadoran Refugees Returning from Exile in Mesa Grande.
D.V. Gokhale.
Gold Star Families for Peace.
Gold Star Parents for Amnesty.
Golden Gate Alliance.
Golden Pond League.
Golden Rule Foundation.
Golden Rule League.
Emma Goldman.
Goodwill Ambassadors: Hiroshima-Nagasaki World Peace Study Mission.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Hibakusha World Peace Pilgrimage Committee, Japan and Hiroshima-Nagasaki World Peace Study Mission.

John C. Goodwin.
Rachel Waltner Goossen.
Mikhail Gorbachev.
Jerome and Donna Gorman.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Penny Resistance and People Abolish the Death Penalty.

Walter Gormley.
Sanford Gottlieb.
Grace Contrino Abrams Peace Education Foundation.
David Mc Innes Gracie.
Grand Army of the Prince of Peace.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Margarita A. Stewart.

Grandmothers for Peace.
Grandparents for Peace.
Granny Peace Brigade.
Grapevine.
Grassroots Actions for Peace.
Grassroots Economic Organization (GEO).
Grassroots International.
Bruce and Ruth Graves.
Charles Gray.
Harold Studley Gray.
Gray Panthers.
Great Basin MX Alliance.
Great Island Conference.
Great Lakes International Arbitration Society.
Greater Boston Committee for American-Soviet Friendship Inc.
Greater Boston Committee on Political Action for Peace.
Greater Boston Committee to Oppose Conscription.
Greater Boston Peace Council.
Greater Boston Stop the Wars Coalition.
Greater Boston Students' Committee for Peace and Freedom.
Greater Lowell for Peace and Justice (Lowell, Massachusetts).
Greater Philadelphia Committee Against Peacetime Conscription.
Greater St. Louis Citizen's Committee for Nuclear Information.
Helen Hoy Greeley.
Green Earth Peace Campaign.
Julius L. Greenberg.
Ruth Greenfield.
Greenham Women Against Cruise Missiles.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Gwyn Kirk.

Greenleaf Books.
Greenpeace U.S.A.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Greenpeace New England and International Alliance of Atomic Veterans, 1984.

Greensboro Peace Coalition (North Carolina).
Greenville Peace Committee.
Greenwich Campaign for Global Security (Connecticut).
Greenwich Citizens for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze Now.
Greenwich Village Coalition Against Nuclear Arms.
Greenwich Village Coalition for Peace Priorities.
Greenwich Village Coalition for Peaceful Priorities.
Greenwich Village Council for Peaceful Alternatives.
Greenwich Village Council on World Affairs.
Richard Gregg.
Griffiss Action Coalition.
Griffiss Plowshares.
Kurt R. Grossman.
Ground Zero.
Ground Zero Club.
Group Research Inc.
Guadino Project for Student Initiative and Nonviolent Alternatives.
Gualberto Medina Defense Committee.
Guatemala Human Rights Commission (Comision de Derechos Humanos de Guatemala).
Edgar Guest.
Peter Guildbrandsen.
Gulf Crisis TV Project (New York City).
Gulf Peace Team (Gladwyne, Pennsylvania).
Sidney L. Gulick.
Anne Guthrie.
Robert J. Gwyn.

Lucy Haessler.
Gus Hall.
Dr. Alice Hamilton.
Anna Hamilton.
W.M. Hammond.
Kenneth George Hanauer.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Jack A. Crabill.

Handgun Control Inc.
Vincent G. Harding.
Hugh Hardyman.
Harlem Ashram (New York City).
Harmony for Peace Foundation.
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper.
Robin Harper.
Rev. Donald Harrington.
Michael J. Harrington.
Paul Harris Jr.
Harrisburg Area Peace Center.
Harrisburg Center for Peace.
Harrisburg Defense Committee.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on the Harrisburg Seven.

Harrisburg-Hiroshima-Nagasaki Committee.
Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation.
Hornell Hart.
Hartford County Peace Society (Connecticut).
Hartford Vigil of Conscience for Peace in Vietnam.
George W. Hartmann.
Harvard Action for Nuclear Disarmament (HAND) [Cambridge, Massachusetts].
Harvard Sussex Program.
Harvard University Center for International Affairs Program on Nonviolent Sanctions.
Arthur Harvey.
Edward Hasbrouck.
Alfred Hassler.
Rose Hausman.
Haverford Peace Fair.
Neil Haworth.
Chris Hedges.
Heifers for Relief.
Waldo Heinrichs.
HELP Network.
Help Unsell the War.
Ammon A. Hennacy.
Henry L. Stimson Center (Washington, D.C.).
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship.
Herbert Scoville Fellowship Program.
Theodore Herman.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Anuvrat Global Organization, India.

Amos S. Hershey.
Alice and Helga Herz.
Mary B. Herzel.
Rabbi Abraham Heschel. Collected Papers.
Regina M. Hess.
Olga Hesse.
Hugh B. Hester.
Theodore Brinton Hetzel.
High Technology Professionals for Peace.
Hill Newsletter.
Sam Hill.
Lyman Hinckley.
Hingham Peace Society.
Cecil B. Hinshaw.
Jeremy Himzman.
Hiroshima Peace Center Associates, Inc.
Hiroshima Peace Pilgrimage.
Hiroshima/Nagasaki Peace Center.
Historians For Peace and Democracy.
Historians Against the War.
Related Materials

Historians For Peace and Democracy (CDG-A)

Historians Against the War in the Persian Gulf.
Historic Peace Churches/Fellowship of Reconciliation Consultative Committee Collected Records.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)/Historic Peace Churches Ecumenical Witness.

Abbie Hoffman.
Gene Kudsen Hoffman.
Wray Hoffman.
Hollywood Peace Forum.
Dr. Jesse H. Holmes.
John Haynes Holmes.
Holy Family Peace Center (Columbus, Ohio).
HomefrontIraqnow.org.
Home Rule Globally.
Honeywell Project.
Hoosiers for Peace in Vietnam.
Herbert Hoover.
Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Hoover Library of War, Revolution and Peace.

Warren W. Hoover.
Nathan Horowitz.
Peter Scott Horst.
Robert Horton.
House of Peace.
George Houser.
Related Materials

Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) (CDG-A); Fellowship of Reconciliation (DG 013); Amnesty International of the USA (CDG-A); The Grapevine (CDG-A); and American Committee on Africa (CDG-A)

Houses for Hiroshima.
Julia Ward Howe.
Clarence V. Howell.
Manley Ottmer Hudson.
Richard Hudson.
Human Race to End the Arms Race.
Human Rights in China.
Human Rights Internet.
Human Rights Watch.
Humanist Society of Friends.
Humanitas/International Human Rights Committee.
Humanity Guild, Inc.
Hubert H. Humphrey.
Harry E. Hunt.
Huron Peace Council.
Robert M. Hutchins.
Hutterian Brethren.

IFCO (Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization)/Pastors for Peace.
ILIFF School of Theology, Justice and Peace Studies [Program].
Illinois Alliance to Prevent Nuclear War.
Illinois Committee for Peaceful Alternatives North Side Chapter.
Illinois Council of Churches.
Independent Student League.
Independent Student Union.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Campus Americans for Democratic Action.

Independents and Socialists for Electoral Action.
India League of America.
Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition.
Indian Rights Association.
Indiana Center for Middle East Peace.
Indiana Center on Global Change and World Peace.
Indiana Council on International Relations.
Indiana University Commission on Peace Education and Action of the Student Religious Cabinet.
Indianapolis Peace Center.
Indianapolis Peace House / Indianapolis Peace Institute.
Individuals Against the Crime of Silence.
Indochina Curriculum Group.
Indochina Mobile Education Project.
Indochina Peace Campaign.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Philadelphia Area Indochina Peace Campaign.

Industrial Workers of the World.
INFACT.
Initiative for Social Action and Renewal in Eurasia.
Initiative Resource Center.
Institute for Arms Control and Peace Research.
Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies.
Institute for East-West Security Studies.
Institute for Education in Peace and Justice.
Institute for Global Communications.
Institute for International Government.
Institute for International Mediation and Conflict Resolution (Washington, D.C.).
Institute for International Order, 1967-1974.
Institute for International Studies (Chapel Hill, North Carolina).
Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution (New York City).
Institute for Peace and International Security.
Institute for Peace and Justice.
Institute for Peace and Understanding.
Institute for Policy Studies (IPS).
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Transnational Institute.

Institute for Positive Action.
Institute for Propaganda Analysis.
Institute for Resource and Security Studies: Proliferation Reform Project (Cambridge, Massachusetts).
Institute for Security and Cooperation in Outer Space.
Institute for the Study of Nonviolence.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Frog in the Well and Straight Talk Distributing.

Institute for World Peace.
Institute of International Education, 1919.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Society for American Fellowships in French Universities.

Institute of Pacific Relations.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Pacific Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations and American Group of the Institute of Pacific Relations.

Institute of Pacific Studies.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Interchange for Pacific Scholarship.

Institute of Politics (Williamstown).
Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation.
Intentional Low Income Group.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Mildred Ryder.

Interblock Council for Peace.
Intercampus Network Against the Draft.
Intercollegiate Council on International Cooperation.
Intercollegiate Conference on Disarmament and Arms Control.
Intercollegiate Disarmament Council.
Intercollegiate Liberal League.
Intercollegiate Peace Association/Intercollegiate Peace Speech Association.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Helen and Mary Seabury.

Intercollegiate Socialist Society.
InterCommunity Center for Peace and Justice.
Interfaith Action for Economic Justice.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Interreligious Taskforce on U.S. Food Policy, 1978.

Interfaith Center of New York Collected Records.
Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility.
Interfaith Center to Reverse the Arms Race.
Interfaith Coalition for Peace.
Interfaith Coalition on Iraq [Delaware County] (Media, Pennsylvania).
Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice.
Interfaith Forum on Iraq [Delaware County] (Media, Pennsylvania).
Interfaith Impact Foundation.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on National Impact Network.

Interfaith Justice and Peace Center (Sylvania, Ohio).
Interfaith Paths to Peace Collected Records.
Interfaith Peace Committee of Greater Harrisburg.
Interfaith Peace Network of Greater Boston (Somerville, Massachusetts).
Interfaith Peace Resource Center.
Interfaith Peaceforce of Houston.
Interfaith Witness to Stop the Nuclear Arms Race (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania).
Interhelp (Cambridge, Massachusetts).
Interhelp, Inc. (Delmar, New York).
International Action Center.
International Arms Trade Action Group.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Delaware Valley International Arms Control Group, Pennsylvania, 1994-1995.

International Army for the Promotion of World Peace (New York City).
International Assembly of Christians.
International Association for World Peace.
International Association of Educators for World Peace.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on World Peace Exposition, Peace Action Award, Peace Educator Award, and Planet III.

International Association of the Friends of Peace.
International Brotherhood League.
International Campaign for Tibet.
International Campaign to Ban Landmines.
International Center for Organizing and Action for Peace and Economic Justice.
International Center on Nonviolent Conflict.
International Committee for Political Prisoners.
International Committee of Conscience on Vietnam.
International Committee to Free South Vietnam Political Prisoners from Detention, Torture, and Death.
International Comprehensive Test Ban Campaign.
International Conference of Women Workers to Promote Permanent Peace.
International Conference on Nonviolence.
International Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide.
International Development Placement Association.
International Disarmament Organization.
International Flag of Peace Association.
International Foundation.
International Forum on Globalization.
International Free Trade League (Boston, Massachusetts).
International Humanities Center.
International Institute for Disarmament Research.
International Institute for Peace Through Tourism.
International Institute for Restorative Practices (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania).
International Institute of Philadelphia.
International Jewish Peace Union.
International Law Association: American Branch.
International League for Human Rights.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on Lawyers Committee for International Human Rights.

International Liaison Office.
International McClelland.
International Nonviolent Peace Force.
International Peace Academy.
International Peace Exchange.
International Peace for Cuba Appeal (New York City).
International Peace Forum.
International Peace Institute.
International Peace Museum.
International Peace Petition.
International Philosophers for the Prevention of Nuclear Omnicide.
International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War.
International Reform Federation Peace Committee.
International Relations Committee of the National Council of Teachers.
International Relations Council of Columbus and Franklin County.
International Rescue Committee.
International Research Institute.
International Seminars on Training for Debate on Foreign Policy on Vietnam.
International Seminars on Training for Nonviolent Action.
International Solidarity Committee to Aid Anti-Fascists.
International Student Pugwash.
International Student Service.
International Students House of Philadelphia.
International Tribunal for Justice for Mumia Abu-Jamal.
International University Committee.
International Voluntary Services, Inc.
International Women's Congress against War and Fascism (Massachusetts).
International Women's Tribune Centre.
International World Peace Day Committee.
Scope and Contents

Includes material on No More Hiroshima Movement, 1948.

Internationalist Perspective.