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National Council for Prevention of War Records

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In September 1921, representatives of seventeen national organizations met in Washington, D.C. to organize the National Council for Limitation of Armaments. Their purpose was to promote the soon to be held Washington Conference on Limitation of Armaments, and to make an effort to curb the race to build ships for the U.S. Navy. The Council had no individual memberships but was a clearinghouse for national peace organizations, and a way of helping them to work together. The Council aimed for the substitution of law for war as a method of settling international differences. Through its member organizations the Council represented the overwhelming sentiment of the people of the United States in favor of reducing armaments.

In Oct. 1921, Frederick J. Libby (FJL) was appointed Executive Secretary of this newly formed organization. Libby was born in Maine, the son of a country doctor. He graduated from Bowdoin College at age twenty and taught school for a few years before furthering his studies at the universities of Berlin, Heidelberg, Marburg and Oxford. Libby went on to earn his B.D. at Andover Theological Seminary. He then served seven years as a Congregational minister in Magnolia, MA and seven more as a teacher at Phillips Exeter Academy. During World War I, Libby, already a convinced pacifist, traveled overseas for the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) as a relief and reconstruction worker. He later became the American Commissioner for the AFSC in Europe. Libby's experience with the aftermath of war convinced him to became a Quaker in 1921, and he spent the rest of his life trying to prevent wars.

With a staff of two, Frederick Libby set up an office for the National Council for Limitation of Armaments in the parlor of the Eye Street Friends Meeting House, in Washington, D.C., in the fall of 1921. A few weeks later the office was moved to a large historic house at 532 17th Street, N.W. When the Washington Conference convened that Nov., Libby and his staff arranged International Forums, at which eminent persons attending the Washington Conference were invited to speak. In Jan. 1922, the name of the organization was changed to the National Council for the Reduction of Armaments. The following Fall, when it was decided that the organization would operate permanently, the name National Council for Prevention of War (NCPW) was chosen. In 1931, the NCPW incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia. From limitation of armaments, its purpose crystallized into a three-fold program: progressive world organization; worldwide reduction of armaments by international agreement; and, worldwide education for peace.

Under Libby's direction, the NCPW extended its scope and influence into every state in the U.S., and was a center for the distribution of peace information to the thirty-two national organizations affiliated with it. Branch offices were established in San Francisco, CA, Louisville, KY, Portland, OR, Springfield, MA, and Des Moines, IA. The Washington, D.C. office grew rapidly as new departments were added: Education and a Speakers Bureau in 1921; Legislative in 1922; National Student Forums in 1925; a Farm Department in 1929; Youth Movement for World Recovery in 1930; and Labor, Press, and Moving Picture Departments in 1934-1935. Herbert Wilton Stanley wrote in the American Mercury in 1936: "It is no exaggeration to describe the Council as the most effective peace agency in America today." This was the NCPW's peak year with sixty-one full-time workers; Peace Action, the NCPW's major periodical, had a circulation of 25,000; there were nearly 2,500 speeches delivered; and, over one-and-one-half million pieces of peace literature of all sorts were distributed.

Beginning in Dec. 1921, when the call went out "to make this a great peace Christmas," campaign followed campaign. NCPW first tried to obtain ratification of the treaties resulting from the Washington Conference on Limitation of Armaments. The organization next tackled the "No More War" campaign of 1922; "Law - Not War" Days in 1923-1925; and "America First," in 1924. The successful "To Chicago" Plan, organized by Jeannette Rankin, the NCPW's first lobbyist, and Florence Boeckel, its Education Director, took carloads of peace workers from all over the country to both Republican and Democratic national party conventions. The NCPW played an important part in preventing war with Mexico in 1927. It urged the ratification of the Kellogg-Briand Pact and membership for the United States in the League of Nations and the World Court, lobbied against the "Big Navy" and in favor of disarmament proposals, and aided the investigation of munitions manufacturers in 1934-1935.

As World War II approached, the NCPW supported neutrality legislation, a war referendum, and the Keep America Out of War campaign. During the war years, and directly afterwards, although working with a greatly reduced staff and funds, the NCPW was active in favor of aid to displaced persons, for sanity and justice in the War Crimes Trials, and in opposition to the dismantling of German peacetime industry and the confiscation of German and Japanese private property in the U.S. In all of these campaigns, the NCPW cooperated with other organizations in the peace movement, such as the Committee on Militarism in Education, Foreign Policy Association, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Fellowship of Reconciliation, National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, National Peace Conference, Friends Committee on National Legislation, Emergency Peace Campaign, League of Nations Association, and the National Council Against Conscription, to list only the national groups. State and local peace councils and peace action committees were of great assistance to all the national organizations during the 1920s-1930s, distributing literature, setting up local conferences, arranging speaking engagements, and cooperating in political campaigns.

As head of the NCPW, Frederick Libby continually traveled all over the United States. As he was a deft organizer and a convincing speaker, he had invitations from groups of all kinds both in the U.S. and in Europe. Libby remarked many times that he felt that the NCPW was a middle-of-the-road organization "for that is what the people are." As time went on, Libby became the NCPW in the minds of many Americans. During the period of the NCPW's active life, he raised over two million dollars and had the reputation of being the best fundraiser in the peace movement. The story of the NCPW's strongest period is told in the book To End War, which Libby wrote during his last years. The book was published by Fellowship Publications in 1969, six months before Libby died at age ninety-five. He was survived by his widow, Faith Ward Libby, who remained an active supporter of the NCPW and the peace movement. The NCPW kept its corporate existence until 1971, though it had ceased its programmatic activities when Frederick Libby retired in 1954.

The records of the National Council for Prevention of War (NCPW) include meeting minutes of the Executive Board (1921-1973), meeting minutes of the Annual Meetings, financial records, and correspondence, all for the years 1921-1975. Most correspondence concerning the speaking engagements of Frederick J. Libby (FJL) will be found in General Correspondence (letters by FJL and Gladys Gould Mackenzie). Also available are departmental and branch office records, and NCPW published material, including complete files of the News Bulletin (1921-1934) and Peace Action (1934-1968), as well its the group's other periodicals. Series F contains a variety of material that documents the NCPW's specific endeavors. Also included are manuscripts and drafts of FJL's book, To End War (1969), his writings, speeches, and attacks upon both him and the NCPW. Dissertations and manuscripts about the NCPW are also available, as are photographs, posters, scrapbooks, and memorabilia.

Series letters, and in some cases titles, were added to this checklist in Sept. 2005 to make it conformable to other such finding aids.

Microfilming of these papers was completed through box 373, of Series F, with 315 reels of film. The two digit number (41) preceding the reel number (such as 41:100), as seen throughout the checklist, has been designated by the Peace Collection to differentiate this set of microfilm from sets for other archival collections. Boxes that have corresponding microfilm are being stored off-site as of 2005. The microfilm may be borrowed three reels at a time through inter-library loan.

Correspondents include Alden G. Alley, Emily Greene Balch, Roger N. Baldwin, Albion P. Beverage, Florence Brewer Boeckel, Clement Biddle, Carrie Chapman Catt, James F. Finucane, Raymond Fosdick, Sidney L. Gulick, Paul Harris Jr., Frederick J. Libby, Gladys K.G. Mackenzie, A.J. Muste, Jesse M. MacKnight, Lucia Ames Mead, Laura Puffer Morgan, Ray Newton, Carrie Wyckoff Ormsbee, Jeannette Rankin, John Nevin Sayre, Rosika Schwimmer, Norman Thomas, Oswald Garrison Villard, E. Raymond Wilson, and Mary Ida Winder.

Guide to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection, 2nd ed., p. 45.

Parts of this collection are available on microfilm (reels 000), including boxes 1-373 and periodicals (reels 041). Microfilming was funded by the National Council for Prevention of War, private donors, and the National Endowment for the Humanities (grant no. RC 27706-77-739). Microfilm is available on-site by appointment and through interlibrary loan from the Swarthmore College Peace Collection.

Items removed: Photographs The diaries of Frederick J. Libby (1921-1970) and a small collection of his personal correspondence are in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress (Washington, DC) Posters were removed to the Poster Collection Glass lantern slides were removed to the Audiovisual Collection 3 LPs were removed to the Audiovisual Collection Oversized items were removed to the Oversized Items Collection Printers' blocks of photos of Frederick Libby & of Jeannette Rankin, as well as of R.O. Berg cartoons, were removed to the Memorabilia Collection [sent off-site, Jan. 2006] Two studies about the NCPW may be found in the Book Collection: Internationalism in American Thought, 1919-1929 by Lyman Besse Burbank (New York University, 1950, 257 pages) and The Influence of the NCPW on United States Foreign Policy, 1935-1939 by Allan A. Kuusisto (Harvard University, 1950, 308 pages)

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Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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Collection Inventory

Historical Records, 1921-1971.
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
Preliminary action to setting up of National Council for Limitation of Armaments.
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
Founding of National Council for Limitation of Armaments.
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
Headquarters of NCPW (for 20 years) in historic building at 532 17th Street, NW (Washington, DC).
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
Washington Conference on Limitation of Armaments: forums and tea meetings, November 1921-January 1922.
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
Early years of the NCPW, 1921-1929.
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
Reorganization, 1927-.
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
Constitution and by-laws.
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
Incorporation in District of Columbia, 1931.
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
NCPW history, 1930s.
Box 1 [SCPC-2569]
10th Anniversary party, 1931.
Box 1a [SCPC-2570]
Testimonial by General S. D. Embick, April 1939.
Box 1a [SCPC-2570]
Certificate of gift of material to Library of Congress, 1941.
Box 1a [SCPC-2570]
Move to new address (1013 18th Street, NW, Washington, DC), September 1940-1941.
Box 1a [SCPC-2570]
Scope and Contents

includes other 1940s NCPW history material

National War Labor Board re: raising salaries during war.
Box 1a [SCPC-2570]
Letters urging continuation of NCPW, 1941-12-06.
Box 2 [SCPC-2571]
Scope and Contents

after December 6, 1941

FJL's statements & letters re: outbreak of WWII, September 1941-1942.
Box 2 [SCPC-2571]
Letters against NCPW policy, 1939-1945.
Box 2 [SCPC-2571]
Letters of withdrawal from NCPW, etc.
Box 2 [SCPC-2571]
Scope and Contents

no date

Withdrawal of Jewish groups from NCPW.
Box 2 [SCPC-2571]
Scope and Contents

no date

Relation to local councils.
Box 2 [SCPC-2571]
Scope and Contents

no date

Staff meetings, 1930-1940.
Box 2 [SCPC-2571]
Meetings of NCPW Policy Committee, 1928-1935.
Box 2 [SCPC-2571]
Annual statements of policy: "What is the NCPW?", 1922-1937.
Box 3 [SCPC-2572]
Programs of action, 1940s.
Box 3 [SCPC-2572]
NCPW statements: literature & fundraising presentations.
Box 3 [SCPC-2572]
Scope and Contents

no date

"What is the NCPW?" [chosen by Anna W. Eckels].
Box 3 [SCPC-2572]
Scope and Contents

no date

Sketches & bits of history re: NCPW [probably collected by Anna W. Eckels].
Box 3a [SCPC-2573]
Scope and Contents

no date

History; programs, 1950-1971.
Box 3a [SCPC-2573]
Commendations on work achieved.
Box 3a [SCPC-2573]
Scope and Contents

no date

Policies & achievements.
Box 4 [SCPC-2574]
Scope and Contents

no date

Arrangement to pay debt to Alexandria Monthly Meeting with Everett Legacy, Jan. 10, 1954.
Box 4 [SCPC-2574]
Examples of successful NCPW peace efforts.
Box 4 [SCPC-2574]
Scope and Contents

no date

The Niles Report (management consultations), 1936.
Box 4 [SCPC-2574]
Some achievements of the NCPW [collected by Anna W. Eckels].
Box 4 [SCPC-2574]
Scope and Contents

no date

Cooperation of the NCPW with other peace organizations.
Box 4 [SCPC-2574]
Scope and Contents

no date

Comments on continuation of NCPW after resignation of FJL, 1954.
Box 4 [SCPC-2574]
Future of the NCPW, 1954-11-24.
Box 4 [SCPC-2574]
Scope and Contents

after Nov. 24, 1954

Studies, books & papers about the NCPW, 1929-1950.
Box 4 [SCPC-2574]
Scope and Contents

1929 - 1950

Typescript "The National Council for Prevention of War" by Margaret Worth, 1929.
Box 5 [SCPC-2575]
Scope and Contents

student thesis, 169 pages

Typescript "The National Council for Prevention of War: Its Action and Technique" by Harmon Wilkinson, 1937.
Box 5 [SCPC-2575]
Scope and Contents

George Washington University student paper, 40 pages

Typescript "Study of the NCPW as a 'Minority Group'" by Simpson Smith, 1930-1932.
Box 5 [SCPC-2575]
Scope and Contents

prepared at the Brookings Institute, 324 pages

Typescript "Successes and Failures of the National Council for Prevention of War" by Margaret Wood, 1944.
Box 5 [SCPC-2575]
Scope and Contents

Swarthmore College student paper, 13 pages

Typescript "Another Way to Serve: National Council for Prevention of War, 1921-1946" by Fern E. Stowe, 1946.
Box 5 [SCPC-2575]
Scope and Contents

190 pages

Misc. papers and answers to reference questions about the NCPW.
Box 5 [SCPC-2575]
Scope and Contents

no date

Biographical information.
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Scope and Contents

no date

Biographical sketches, etc. for publicity, 1922-1935.
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Biographical sketches, etc. for publicity, 1936-1959.
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Obituaries.
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Scope and Contents

no date

Photographs (including 1920s passports).
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Scope and Contents

no date, photos removed to Photograph Collection

Commendations & testimonials.
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Scope and Contents

no date

Amusing stories re: FJL.
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Scope and Contents

no date

Luncheon in honor of FJL, Baltimore (MD), given by the Women's International League for Peace & Freedom, Jan. 30, 1943.
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Scope and Contents

luncheon scrapbook not filmed

Handwritten notes.
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Scope and Contents

no date

Efforts as judge for "Printing for World Peace" essay contest.
Box 6 [SCPC-2576]
Scope and Contents

no date

War on War: Campaign Textbook, 1922.
Box 7 [SCPC-2577]
Scope and Contents

(71 pages), includes misc. related material

Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1921-1923.
Box 7 [SCPC-2577]
Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1924-1926.
Box 7 [SCPC-2577]
Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1927-1929.
Box 7 [SCPC-2577]
Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1930-1933.
Box 7 [SCPC-2577]
Typed manuscripts of different versions of FJL's book To End War.
Box 7 [SCPC-2577]
Scope and Contents

includes misc. related material, comments and reviews

Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1934-1937.
Box 7a [SCPC-2578]
Articles etc. re: the peace movement.
Box 7a [SCPC-2578]
Scope and Contents

no date

Articles etc. re: neutrality.
Box 7a [SCPC-2578]
Scope and Contents

no date

Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1938-1957.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Articles etc. re: postwar world organization, 1932-1947.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Articles etc. re: Gandhi.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Articles etc. re: conscription and conscientious objectors.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Letters to Members of Congress, 1938-1946.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Scope and Contents

mostly form letters

Letters to Members of Congress, 1947-1955.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Letters to newspapers and related material, 1932-1951.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Writings for United States News, 1936-1946.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Articles etc. re: pacifism and reply to Brand Blanshard.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Criticism of Walter Lippmann's "Postwar World", June 1943.
Box 8 [SCPC-2579]
Lists of subjects for speeches.
Box 9 [SCPC-2580]
Speeches given, 1921-1927.
Box 9 [SCPC-2580]
Speeches given, 1928-1931.
Box 9 [SCPC-2580]
Speeches given, 1932-1935.
Box 9 [SCPC-2580]
Speeches given, 1936-1953.
Box 9 [SCPC-2580]
Radio speeches and other related materials, 1934-1939.
Box 9 [SCPC-2580]
Debate with Earl Browder re: communism, Madison Square Garden, New York (NY), May 4, 1938.
Box 9 [SCPC-2580]
Speech given at Kansas Institute of International Relations, Reed College, Portland (OR), 1939.
Box 9 [SCPC-2580]
Speeches given on American Forum of the Air, 1939-1943.
Box 10 [SCPC-2581]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1921-1922.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1923.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1924.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1925.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1926.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1927.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1928.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1929.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1930.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1931.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1932.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1933-1934.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1935-1956.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1937-1938.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1939-1940.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1941-1943.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedule for speaking trip to Ohio and New York, April 1943.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1944-1946.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1947-1948.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
Typical expense accounts for FJL, 1935-1941.
Box 11 [SCPC-2582]
11a [SCPC-2583].
Box 11a [SCPC-2583]
Special gift fund in honor of retirement and 80th birthday, November 1954.
Box 12 [SCPC-2584]
Letters of response to appeal for Libby Gift Fund and Dinner.
Box 12 [SCPC-2584]
Scope and Contents

no date

Comments on resignation as Executive Secretary, 24 November 1954.
Box 12 [SCPC-2584]
Dinner in honor of 80th Birthday, 7 December 1954.
Box 12 [SCPC-2584]
80th birthday greetings.
Box 12 [SCPC-2584]
Scope and Contents

no date

Newspaper clippings, Fall 1921.
Box 13 [SCPC-2585]
Newspaper clippings, January-February 1922.
Box 13 [SCPC-2585]
Newspaper clippings, March-September 1922.
Box 13 [SCPC-2585]
Newspaper clippings, October-December 1922.
Box 13 [SCPC-2585]
Newspaper clippings, January-March 1923.
Box 13 [SCPC-2585]
Newspaper clippings, April-December 1923.
Box 13 [SCPC-2585]
Newspaper clippings about FJL's British tour, October 1923.
Box 13 [SCPC-2585]
Newspaper clippings, 1924-1929.
Box 14 [SCPC-2586]
Newspaper clippings, 1930-1931.
Box 14 [SCPC-2586]
Newspaper clippings, 1932-1935.
Box 14 [SCPC-2586]
Newspaper clippings, 1936-1939.
Box 14 [SCPC-2586]
Newspaper clippings, 1940-1941.
Box 14 [SCPC-2586]
Newspaper clippings, 1942-1949.
Box 14 [SCPC-2586]
Newspaper clippings, 1950-1956.
Box 14 [SCPC-2586]
Newspaper clippings.
Box 14 [SCPC-2586]
Scope and Contents

no date

Letters To Staff Members From the Field, January-June 1922.
Box 15 [SCPC-2587]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, July-December 1922.
Box 15 [SCPC-2587]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, January-June 1923.
Box 15 [SCPC-2587]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, July-December 1923.
Box 15 [SCPC-2587]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1924.
Box 15 [SCPC-2587]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1925.
Box 15 [SCPC-2587]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1926.
Box 15 [SCPC-2587]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1927.
Box 15 [SCPC-2587]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1928.
Box 16 [SCPC-2588]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1929.
Box 16 [SCPC-2588]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1930.
Box 16 [SCPC-2588]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1931.
Box 16 [SCPC-2588]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1932.
Box 16 [SCPC-2588]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1933.
Box 16 [SCPC-2588]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1934.
Box 16 [SCPC-2588]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1935.
Box 16 [SCPC-2588]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1936.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1937.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1938.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1939.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1940.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1941.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1942.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters To Staff Members From the Field, 1943-1951.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters to people abroad re: trip to Europe, 1949-1950.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters to NCPW staff members during trip to Europe, 1950.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Letters, 1952-1954.
Box 17 [SCPC-2589]
Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. Mackenzie, 1921-1923.
Box 18 [SCPC-2590]
Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. Mackenzie, 1924-1926.
Box 18 [SCPC-2590]
Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. Mackenzie, 1927-1928.
Box 18 [SCPC-2590]
Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. Mackenzie, 1929-1930.
Box 18 [SCPC-2590]
Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. Mackenzie, 1931-1933.
Box 18 [SCPC-2590]
Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. Mackenzie, 1934-1939.
Box 18 [SCPC-2590]
Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. Mackenzie, 1940-1949.
Box 18 [SCPC-2590]
Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. Mackenzie, 1950-1954.
Box 18 [SCPC-2590]

Annual business meetings, 1921-1933.
Box 19 [SCPC-2591]
Scope and Contents

1 Folder per year

Annual business meetings, 1933-1940.
Box 20 [SCPC-2592]
Scope and Contents

1 folder per year

Annual meeting, 1940-February 1941.
Box 20 [SCPC-2592]
Annual business meetings, 1941.
Box 20 [SCPC-2592]
Workers Conference on Policy and Action, Washington (DC), November 1941.
Box 20 [SCPC-2592]
Annual business meetings, 1942.
Box 20 [SCPC-2592]
Workers Conference on Policy and Action, Philadelphia (PA), November 1942.
Box 20 [SCPC-2592]
Annual business meeting, 1943.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Workers Conference on Policy and Action, Philadelphia (PA), December 1943.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Annual business meeting, 1944.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Workers Conference on Policy and Action, Washington (DC), November 1944.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Annual business meeting, 1945.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Workers Conference on Policy and Action, Atlantic City (NJ), December 1945.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Annual business meeting, 1946.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Workers Conference on Policy and Action, Washington (DC), November 1946.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Scope and Contents

includes NCPW's 25th Anniversary Party

Annual business meeting, 1947.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Workers Conference "How to Turn the Tide Towards Peace," Washington (DC), December 1947.
Box 21 [SCPC-2593]
Annual business meeting, 1948.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Annual business meeting, 1949.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Annual business meeting, 1950.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Annual business meeting, 1951.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Clinic on Foreign Policy, Washington (DC), January 1951.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Annual business meeting, 1952.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Annual business meeting, 1953.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Workshop on World Disarmament, Washington (DC), 16-17 January 1953.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Annual business meeting, 1954.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Special meeting, April 7, 1954.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Annual business meetings, 1955-1971.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Scope and Contents

1 folder per year

Letters accompanying proxies, 1959-1979.
Box 22 [SCPC-2594]
Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1921-1932.
Box 23 [SCPC-2595]
Scope and Contents

1 folder per year

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1933-1937.
Box 24 [SCPC-2596]
Scope and Contents

1 folder per year

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1938-1941.
Box 24 [SCPC-2596]
Scope and Contents

1 folder per year

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1942-1951.
Box 25 [SCPC-2597]
Scope and Contents

1 folder per year

Executive Board/Committee: poll on ratification of Japanese treaty, December 1951.
Box 25 [SCPC-2597]
Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1952-1954; 1965; 1967-1971.
Box 25 [SCPC-2597]
Scope and Contents

1 folder per year

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1955-1973.
Box 26 [SCPC-2598]
Scope and Contents

half-box

Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Biographical information.
Box 29 [SCPC-2599]
Scope and Contents

photos removed to Photograph Collection

Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Writings, 1920s.
Box 29 [SCPC-2599]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Writings, 1930-1935.
Box 29 [SCPC-2599]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Writings, 1936-1939.
Box 29 [SCPC-2599]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Writings, 1940s.
Box 29 [SCPC-2599]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Writings, undated.
Box 29 [SCPC-2599]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director - Speeches made: transcripts and notes, etc.
Box 29 [SCPC-2599]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Correspondence with FJL and other NCPW staff members, 1922-1924.
Box 29a [SCPC-2600]
Scope and Contents

nothing from 1925

Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Correspondence with FJL and other NCPW staff members, 1926-1931.
Box 29a [SCPC-2600]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Correspondence with FJL and other NCPW staff members, 1932-1938.
Box 29a [SCPC-2600]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Correspondence with NCPW staff members at Branch Office/s and Washington (DC) Office, 1929-1945.
Box 30 [SCPC-2601]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Correspondence with Laura Puffer Morgan and other NCPW staff members, 1929-1937.
Box 30 [SCPC-2601]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Correspondence with newspapers, 1921-1922.
Box 30 [SCPC-2601]
Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Survey of colleges to discover interest in international relations, 1922.
Box 30 [SCPC-2601]
Scope and Contents

includes correspondence

Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director: Attendance at Brussels Conference on World Peace (Belgium), 1936.
Box 30 [SCPC-2601]
Scope and Contents

includes follow-up activities by the NCPW

Correspondence (general): A - Andrae World Interdependence Exhibit, 1921-1938.
Box 30 [SCPC-2601]
Correspondence (general) Andrae exhibit, 1921-1938.
Box 30 [SCPC-2601]
Correspondence with Mrs. Frederic Beggs, 1933-1938.
Box 31 [SCPC-2602]
Correspondence (general): B - Children's Magazine, 1921-1938.
Box 31 [SCPC-2602]
Correspondence (general): Carrie Chapman Catt -D, 1921-1938.
Box 31 [SCPC-2602]
Correspondence (general): E-J, 1921-1938.
Box 32 [SCPC-2603]
Correspondence (general), : Jacques - K, 1921-1938.
Box 32 [SCPC-2603]
Correspondence (general): L - National Federation of Business and Professional Women, 1921-1938.
Box 33 [SCPC-2604]
Correspondence (general): National Peace Conference - Nz, 1921-1938.
Box 33 [SCPC-2604]
Correspondence (general): O-U and Wa-Wh, 1921-1938.
Box 34 [SCPC-2605]
Correspondence (general): V-Wo, 1921-1938.
Box 34 [SCPC-2605]
Correspondence (general): Wo-Z, 1921-1938.
Box 35 [SCPC-2606]
Correspondence (general), 1938.
Box 35 [SCPC-2606]
Correspondence (general), 1939-1940.
Box 35 [SCPC-2606]
Florence Brewer Boeckel: Letter of resignation, 1942.
Box 35 [SCPC-2606]
Through the Gateway (Books of Goodwill, vol. 1) by Florence Brewer Boeckel, 1926.
Box 36 [SCPC-2607]
Scope and Contents

2 copies of book; not filmed

Across Borderlines (Books of Goodwill, vol. 2) by Florence Brewer Boeckel, 1926.
Box 36 [SCPC-2607]
Scope and Contents

2 copies of book; not filmed

Through the Gateway and Across Borderlines: Correspondence re: permissions, etc.; sales, etc., 1925-.
Box 36 [SCPC-2607]
Through the Gateway and Across Borderlines: Promotion; reviews; correspondence; etc.
Box 36 [SCPC-2607]
Florence Brewer Boeckel: published books: correspondence re: sale and promotion, advertising circulars, and reviews of Between War and Peace: A Handbook for Peace Workers, 1928.
Box 37 [SCPC-2608]
Between War and Peace: A Handbook for Peace Workers by by Florence Brewer Boeckel.
Box 37 [SCPC-2608]
Scope and Contents

2 copies

Between War and Peace - Promotion and sales, 1928-.
Box 37 [SCPC-2608]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Between War and Peace - Review and comments.
Box 37 [SCPC-2608]
Between War and Peace - Promotion; correspondence; etc.
Box 37 [SCPC-2608]
2 copies of 1931 edition of Turn Toward Peace; "Leaders Manual".
Box 37 [SCPC-2608]
Scope and Contents

Turn Toward Peace (not filmed ; 1st edition was published in 1930), Leaders Manual (not filmed)

Turn Toward Peace: Planning; correspondence with Friendship Press; etc.
Box 37 [SCPC-2608]
Turn Toward Peace: Promotion.
Box 37 [SCPC-2608]
Turn Toward Peace: Reviews and comments [includes correspondence].
Box 37 [SCPC-2608]
Series of mimeographed leaflets "Facts and Figures on International Affairs" (revised each year), 1932-1933.
Box 38 [SCPC-2609]
Series of mimeographed leaflets "World Problems", 1934-1939.
Box 38 [SCPC-2609]
Series of mimeographed leaflets "World Problems", 1940.
Box 38 [SCPC-2609]
Series of six mimeographed leaflets "Post-War World", 1942.
Box 38 [SCPC-2609]
Lists of Materials.
Box 39 [SCPC-2610]
Programs etc. re: Lincoln's Birthday (Feb. 12).
Box 39 [SCPC-2610]
Programs etc. re: Pan-American Day (April 14).
Box 39 [SCPC-2610]
Scope and Contents

3 folders

Programs etc. re: Pan-American Day (April 14): newsclippings.
Box 39 [SCPC-2610]
Scope and Contents

not filmed

Programs etc. re: Mother's Day (May 12).
Box 39 [SCPC-2610]
Programs etc. re: World Goodwill Day (May 18).
Box 39 [SCPC-2610]
Scope and Contents

2 folders, includes World Messages From the Children of Wales

Programs etc. re: Memorial Day.
Box 40 [SCPC-2611]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Programs etc. re: Memorial Day: newsclippings.
Box 40 [SCPC-2611]
Scope and Contents

not filmed

Programs etc. re: World Goodwill Day.
Box 40 [SCPC-2611]
Scope and Contents

includes World Messages From the Children of Wales

Programs etc. re: World Goodwill Day.
Box 40 [SCPC-2611]
Scope and Contents

includes correspondence

Programs etc. re: Flag Day (June 14).
Box 40 [SCPC-2611]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Programs etc. re: Flag Day (June 14): newsclippings.
Box 40 [SCPC-2611]
Scope and Contents

not filmed

Programs etc. re: saluting the flag, 1931.
Box 40 [SCPC-2611]
Scope and Contents

includes correspondence with Friends' colleges re: policy concerning flying the American flag on their premises

Programs etc. re: Father's Day (June 18).
Box 41 [SCPC-2612]
Programs etc. re: July 4th.
Box 41 [SCPC-2612]
Programs etc. re: Columbus Day (Oct. 12).
Box 41 [SCPC-2612]
Programs etc. re: Armistice Day (Nov. 11).
Box 41 [SCPC-2612]
Scope and Contents

3 folders

Programs etc. re: Armistice Day (Nov. 11): newsclippings.
Box 41 [SCPC-2612]
Scope and Contents

not filmed

Programs etc. re: Christmas Day (Dec. 25).
Box 41 [SCPC-2612]
Programs etc. re: Christmas Day (Dec. 25) (cont.).
Box 42 [SCPC-2613]
Scope and Contents

3 folders

Programs and material for/about special groups: Business and peace.
Box 42 [SCPC-2613]
Programs and material for/about special groups: Campfire Girls, circa 1931.
Box 42 [SCPC-2613]
Programs and material for/about special groups: Children, circa 1931.
Box 42 [SCPC-2613]
Scope and Contents

farmers and peace: see Farm Dept.; labor and peace: see Labor Dept.

Programs and material for/about special groups: Politicians/politics and peace.
Box 43 [SCPC-2614]
Programs and material for/about special groups: Soldiers and peace.
Box 43 [SCPC-2614]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Programs and material for/about special groups: Patriotism and peace.
Box 43 [SCPC-2614]
Scope and Contents

newsclippings not filmed

Programs and material for/about special groups: Women and peace.
Box 43 [SCPC-2614]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Programs and material for/about special groups: Women and peace -- Mother's Day.
Box 43 [SCPC-2614]
Programs and material for/about special groups: Women and peace -- British women, 1929-1931.
Box 43 [SCPC-2614]
Scope and Contents

includes North Wales Women's Peace Council

Programs and material for/about special groups: Women and peace -- women's clubs.
Box 43 [SCPC-2614]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Programs and material for/about special groups: Peace education in the home.
Box 43 [SCPC-2614]
Literature packets for teachers, circa 1929-1930.
Box 43a [SCPC-2615]
Literature packets for teachers.
Box 43a [SCPC-2615]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Programs and packets for special groups: Women and peace -- club programs, etc.
Box 44 [SCPC-2616]
Programs and packets for special groups: Peace education in the home.
Box 44 [SCPC-2616]
Programs and packets for special groups: Students and peace.
Box 45 [SCPC-2617]
Scope and Contents

3 folders

Programs and packets for special groups: Students and peace -- newsclippings.
Box 45 [SCPC-2617]
Scope and Contents

not filmed

Programs and packets for special groups: Youth and peace.
Box 45 [SCPC-2617]
Programs and packets for special groups: Youth and peace -- speech contests.
Box 45 [SCPC-2617]
Scope and Contents

includes Seabury Press and Intercollegiate Peace Association

Programs and packets for special groups -- world interdependence: Correspondence; exhibit information; literature; maps; etc., 1931-1937.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Scope and Contents

photos of exhibits removed to Photograph Collection; no large maps in folder

Programs and packets for special groups -- world interdependence: Literature developed re: world trade maps of industries (mimeographs), 1927.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Programs and packets for special groups -- world interdependence: Literature developed re: economic survey of the U.S. (7 sections; mimeographed), 1927.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Programs and packets for special groups -- world interdependence: World trade, etc.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Scope and Contents

includes correspondence

Programs and packets for special groups -- world interdependence: Material for exhibits on world trade, 1933.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Programs and packets for special groups -- world interdependence: Andrae World Interdependence Exhibit: publicity; reports; etc.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Programs and packets for special groups -- world interdependence: Exhibits; programs; literature (including "Times Have Changed").
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Programs and packets for special groups -- world interdependence: International economic cooperation, 1937-1943.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Programs and packets for special groups -- world interdependence: Material re: "the shrinking world".
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Programs and packets for special groups -- world trade: "The Shrinking World"; world economic surveys, 1933-1934.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Programs and packets for special groups -- world trade: Local trade maps; material re: world interdependence, 1921-1941.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Programs and packets for special groups -- world trade: Material re: international economic cooperation, 1921-1941.
Box 46 [SCPC-2618]
Educating for peace: literature courses, etc., 1921-1941.
Box 47 [SCPC-2619]
Educating for peace: literature courses, etc., 1921-1941.
Box 47 [SCPC-2619]
Scope and Contents

newsclippings not filmed

Educating for peace: in other countries, 1921-1941.
Box 47 [SCPC-2619]
Educating for peace: literature -- "Prophets of Peace: Literature by Prominent Americans, Britons and Germans", 1921-1941.
Box 47 [SCPC-2619]
Educating for peace: international projects for schools, 1921-1941.
Box 47 [SCPC-2619]
Scope and Contents

postcards removed to Subject File: Art in War and Peace; posters removed to Poster Collection

Educating for peace: Inter-Racial Festival, Washington (DC), directed by Rachel DuBois, November 1943.
Box 47 [SCPC-2619]
Scope and Contents

includes correspondence

Educating for peace: intercultural education, 1921-1941.
Box 47 [SCPC-2619]
Scope and Contents

newsclippings at end of folder not filmed

Educating for peace: literature re: realities and effects of war, 1921-1941.
Box 47 [SCPC-2619]
Educating for peace: war and peace as portrayed in history textbooks, 1921-1941.
Box 47 [SCPC-2619]
Scope and Contents

includes 2 letters

Peace pageants and plays, 1921-1941.
Box 48 [SCPC-2620]
Scope and Contents

5 folders

Peace pageants and plays: "Goodwill, the Magician", 1921-1941.
Box 48 [SCPC-2620]
Peace pageants and plays, 1921-1941.
Box 48 [SCPC-2620]
Peace poems, 1921-1941.
Box 48a [SCPC-2621]
Peace hymns, 1921-1941.
Box 48a [SCPC-2621]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Bibliographies re: peace literature/material, 1921-1941.
Box 49 [SCPC-2622]
Scope and Contents

4 folders

Education Department: Peace flags, 1921-1941.
Box 49 [SCPC-2622]
Scope and Contents

includes peace flag drawings by 6th grade students; 2 small flags re: the golden rule removed to Memorabilia Collection; photos removed to Photograph Collection; document "World Peace Flags...World Peace Greetings" (1935) removed to Oversized Items Collection; correspondence

Education Department: Games and costumes from other lands, 1921-1941.
Box 49 [SCPC-2622]
Scope and Contents

newsclippings not filmed

Education Department: Peace parades, 1921-1941.
Box 49 [SCPC-2622]
Scope and Contents

includes correspondence; photographs removed to Photograph Collection

Education Department: Peace parades: Cherry Blossom Festival/s (Washington, DC), 1921-1941.
Box 49 [SCPC-2622]
Education Department: Church programs and peace, 1921-1941.
Box 50 [SCPC-2623]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Education Department: Churches and peace, 1921-1941.
Box 50 [SCPC-2623]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Education Department: Ministers and peace, 1921-1941.
Box 50 [SCPC-2623]
Education Department: Churches and peace: teaching world friendship in Sunday School, 1921-1941.
Box 50 [SCPC-2623]
Education Department: Churches and peace: opinions of religious youth on war, 1921-1941.
Box 50 [SCPC-2623]
Education Department: Catholic Church and peace: Pope Pius XII, 1921-1941.
Box 50 [SCPC-2623]
Education Department: Peace prayers, 1921-1941.
Box 51 [SCPC-2624]
Peace hymns, 1921-1941.
Box 51 [SCPC-2624]
Scope and Contents

includes several letters

Correspondence and promotion etc. of "Children From Many Lands" posters, 1921-1941.
Box 51 [SCPC-2624]
Scope and Contents

posters removed to Poster Collection

Peace posters and cards, 1921-1941.
Box 51 [SCPC-2624]
Scope and Contents

NCPW posters, cards, photos and stickers removed to appropriate collections

Educational material for teachers, 1921-1941.
Box 51 [SCPC-2624]
Educational material for teachers: education and peace, 1921-1941.
Box 51 [SCPC-2624]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

Resolutions for educational institutions, 1921-1941.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
World peace leaders, 1921-1941.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
World peace leaders, 1921-1941.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
Scope and Contents

newsclippings at end of folder not filmed

Heroes of peace, 1921-1941.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
Scope and Contents

newsclippings at end of folder not filmed

Peace monuments, 1921-1941.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
World Goodwill Day: scrapbook re: participants in Round the World Telephone Conversation, May 18, 1931.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
Scope and Contents

photos removed to Photograph Collection

Book reviews and columns by Florence Brewer Boeckel for News Bulletin and Peace Action, 1928-1940.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
Pacifism.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
Round the World Telephone Conversation.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
Scope and Contents

photos removed to Photograph Collection

World Wireless Message of the Children of Wales.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
Book reviews by Florence Brewer Boeckel in Peace Action, 1928-1941.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
Pacifism.
Box 52 [SCPC-2625]
"Between War and Peace": a series of radio discussions by Members of Congress, 1935-1939.
Box 53 [SCPC-2626]
"Between War and Peace": comments on foreign policy by Florence Brewer Boeckel (press releases), 1938-1941.
Box 53 [SCPC-2626]
Speakers Bureau: Files of Mrs. Edward L. Hunt (Secretary): Correspondence, November 1921-January 1922.
Box 54 [SCPC-2627]
Belle Rankin (Secretary): Correspondence and schedule, January-March 1922.
Box 54 [SCPC-2627]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Speaking engagements of staff members, 1921-1938.
Box 54 [SCPC-2627]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Contacts and suggestions for speakers, 1925-1954.
Box 54 [SCPC-2627]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Requests for speakers, 1925-1954.
Box 54 [SCPC-2627]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Other speakers bureaus, 1925-1954.
Box 54 [SCPC-2627]
Lucia Ames Mead: correspondence, 1921-1929.
Box 54 [SCPC-2627]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Lucia Ames Mead correspondence, 1930.
Box 54 [SCPC-2627]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Lucia Ames Mead correspondence, publicity, schedules.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Rev. Leyton Richards biographical material, correspondence and schedules, March-May 1925.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Rev. Leyton Richards commendations; publicity.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Scope and Contents

media coverage?

Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Carrie W. Ormsbee, correspondence, contacts, schedules and reports, 1928-1930.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: correspondence with Friends Speakers Bureau (Philadelphia, PA), 1931-1932.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Scope and Contents

includes Friends Speakers Bureau's correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie

Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: publicity and programs; schedules and reports.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: commendations; orders and sales of literature and subscriptions to Peace Action.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1934.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Alden G. Alley, 1933-1941: correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie, 1935.
Box 55 [SCPC-2628]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: correspondence with Gladys Gould Mackenzie, 1935-1937.
Box 56 [SCPC-2629]
Scope and Contents

includes several letters after his disappearance, 1938

Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: correspondence with his sister (Anna) after his disappearance, 1938-1941.
Box 56 [SCPC-2629]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: publicity and photographs.
Box 56 [SCPC-2629]
Scope and Contents

photos removed to Photograph Collection

Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: writings.
Box 56 [SCPC-2629]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: lecture topics.
Box 56 [SCPC-2629]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: commendations.
Box 56 [SCPC-2629]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: lecture schedules; finances.
Box 56 [SCPC-2629]
Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary, 1925 - 1954): Marie Louise Moll, 1937 (September - December): correspondence re: and arrangements for speaking trip, September-December 1937.
Box 56 [SCPC-2629]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Writings, 1924-1941.
Box 57 [SCPC-2630]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Publicity and commendations; media coverage; photographs; biographical information.
Box 57 [SCPC-2630]
Scope and Contents

photos removed to Photograph Collection

Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Financial records; speaking engagements, 1922-1945.
Box 57 [SCPC-2630]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence re: European trips; personal notes, 1930.
Box 57 [SCPC-2630]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with FJL and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1922-1925.
Box 57 [SCPC-2630]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with FJL and Washington office staff members, 1926-1927.
Box 57 [SCPC-2630]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with FJL, 1928-1932.
Box 58 [SCPC-2631]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1932.
Box 58 [SCPC-2631]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with FJL, 1933-1934.
Box 58 [SCPC-2631]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with FJL, 1933-1934.
Box 58a [SCPC-2632]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1933.
Box 58 [SCPC-2631]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1933.
Box 58a [SCPC-2632]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): General correspondence with staff members, 1932-1934; 1938-1942.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with FJL, 1935-1936.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence with Elizabeth Ball Thompson (LPM's secretary), 1936-1937.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Foreign correspondence, 1930-1932.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Misc. correspondence, etc. with Kathleen D. Courtney, 1933.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Misc. correspondence, etc. re: war costs, 1927-1931.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Misc. correspondence, etc. with World Federation of Education Associations, 1927-1929.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Misc. correspondence, etc. with World Hero Prize (of 1926), 1925-1926.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Misc. correspondence, etc. with World Peace Foundation, 1928-1930.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Misc. correspondence, etc. with special organizations, 1929-1932.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Misc. correspondence, etc. re: Washington Council on International Relations, 1927-1931.
Box 59 [SCPC-2633]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence (general): A - Committee on Educational Publicity, 1921-1932.
Box 60 [SCPC-2634]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence (general): re: Compulsory Military Training (with Anton H. Jensen) - foreign correspondence, 1921-1932.
Box 60 [SCPC-2634]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence (general): re: Compulsory Military Training (with Anton H. Jensen) - foreign correspondence, 1921-1932.
Box 60a [SCPC-2635]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence (general): Foreign Policy Association - Militarism in Education (Committee on), 1921-1932.
Box 61 [SCPC-2636]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence (general): National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War - National Council of Women of the U.S.A., 1921-1932.
Box 61 [SCPC-2636]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence (general): organizations - R.O.T.C., 1921-1932.
Box 62 [SCPC-2637]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence (general): R.O.T.C. (cont.) - Leonard Stein, 1921-1932.
Box 62 [SCPC-2637]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence (general): treaties, 1921-1932.
Box 63 [SCPC-2638]
Scope and Contents

missing U-Z correspondence

Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Correspondence (general): British (mostly on naval appropriations).
Box 63 [SCPC-2638]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Misc. reports, 1934.
Box 63 [SCPC-2638]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Misc. speeches, cables and resolutions, 1933.
Box 63 [SCPC-2638]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Reports; information re: circulation; publicity.
Box 63 [SCPC-2638]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Reports and misc. material, 1932.
Box 63 [SCPC-2638]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland), 6 February-29 June 1932.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

reports #1-19 (rough drafts), mostly re: Disarmament Conference

Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland), 6 July 1932-21 June 1933.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

reports #20-? (rough drafts), mostly re: Disarmament Conference

Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland), 12 December 1933-2 October 1934.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

2nd series reports #7-31 (rough drafts), mostly re: Disarmament Conference

Articles by Laura Puffer Morgan, 1934.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland) - report letters #1-31, 19 February-29 November 1935.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

mostly re: Disarmament Conference

Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland) - reports #1-14, 10 December 1935-26 March 1936.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

re: Naval Conference

Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland) - reports #1-15, 25 August 1936-11 December 1936.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

reports #1-15 of Winter 1936-1937

Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland) reports #16-36, 11 January 1937-16 July 1937.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

reports #16-36 of Winter 1936-1937

Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva (Switzerland) reports letters #1-12, 13 September 1937-28 December 1937.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

letters #1-12 of Winter 1937-1938

News Behind the News, 1933.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

removed to Periodical Collection

Geneva Information Service and Information Bulletin.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Scope and Contents

both removed to Periodical Collection

Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary and Specialist in Disarmament, 1922-1938): Reports from Geneva (Switzerland), 1936-1940.
Box 64 [SCPC-2639]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Biographical information.
Box 65 [SCPC-2640]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Media coverage.
Box 65 [SCPC-2640]
Scope and Contents

photos removed to Photograph Collection

Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Writings/speeches -- "Some Questions About Pearl Harbor", Dec. 8, 1942.
Box 65 [SCPC-2640]
Scope and Contents

includes NCPW reprint of speech in Dec. 8, 1942 Congressional Quarterly, as well as correspondence re: controversy over postal franking of mailing

Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Biographical information -- commendations and testimonials, 1933-1936.
Box 65 [SCPC-2640]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Planning by others for commemorations of Members of Congress (including Rankin) who voted against war on April 6, 1917, 1935-1938.
Box 65 [SCPC-2640]
Scope and Contents

includes letters from poll of many in Congress re: whether they did or still would vote pro or con on war

Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Writings/statements/speeches -- transcripts, 1929-1935.
Box 65 [SCPC-2640]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Writings/statements/speeches -- transcripts, 1936-1942.
Box 65 [SCPC-2640]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Radio speeches -- transcripts, 1928-1939.
Box 65 [SCPC-2640]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Speaking engagements, 1930-1932.
Box 66 [SCPC-2641]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Speaking engagements, 1933-1936.
Box 66 [SCPC-2641]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Speaking engagements, 1937-1938.
Box 67 [SCPC-2642]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Speaking engagements, 1939-1940.
Box 67 [SCPC-2642]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Reports on work.
Box 67 [SCPC-2642]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Correspondence re: ceremony honoring those who voted against WWI, April 6, 1936.
Box 67 [SCPC-2642]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Publicity re: ceremony honoring those who voted against WWI, April 6, 1936.
Box 67 [SCPC-2642]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Correspondence with FJL and NCPW staff members, 1929-1935.
Box 68 [SCPC-2643]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Correspondence with FJL and NCPW staff members, 1936-1954.
Box 68 [SCPC-2643]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Georgia Peace Society, 1930-1939.
Box 69 [SCPC-2644]
Disarmament resolutions from local groups (mostly Georgia), 1933.
Box 69 [SCPC-2644]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence etc. re: founding of "Chair of Peace" at Brenau College, 1934-1935.
Box 69 [SCPC-2644]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Accusations by American Legion of Macon (GA) resulting in libel suit, 1935-1936.
Box 69 [SCPC-2644]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence re: military training in Georgia.
Box 69 [SCPC-2644]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):"To Chicago" Plan: correspondence, 1932.
Box 69 [SCPC-2644]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):"To Chicago" Plan: strategy maps of states, 1932.
Box 69 [SCPC-2644]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Form letters and releases, 1930-1941.
Box 69 [SCPC-2644]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Protest signature books (Georgia).
Box 69 [SCPC-2644]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Correspondence (general): Az-Or, 1930-1939.
Box 70 [SCPC-2645]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence (general): P-W, 1930-1939.
Box 71 [SCPC-2646]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Misc. correspondence, 1929-1944.
Box 71 [SCPC-2646]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence with workers in Georgia: A-E; F-N, 1931-1937; 1930-1939.
Box 71 [SCPC-2646]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence with Mrs. Pope Hill (Georgia).
Box 71 [SCPC-2646]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Correspondence with workers in Georgia: O-W, 1930-1938.
Box 71 [SCPC-2646]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence with Senators, 1929-1939.
Box 72 [SCPC-2647]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Letters to Members of Congress, 1928-1939.
Box 72 [SCPC-2647]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):U.S. Congressional (House) Bills re: war and peace, 1935-1939.
Box 72 [SCPC-2647]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Correspondence with Members of Congress: A-W.
Box 73 [SCPC-2648]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence with Roger Baldwin (ACLU).
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence with Emergency Peace Campaign, 1936-1937.
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Foreign correspondence; correspondence re: the National Anthem; correspondence with the Navy Department.
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence re: neutrality.
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939): Correspondence re: naturalization (including with President and Mrs. Roosevelt).
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence with organizations; re: radio (broadcasts?); correspondence with Major General William C. Rivers.
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence with U.S. State Department; re: universal draft, 1930.
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Correspondence re: National Defense Act, 1921 (Aug.); Congressional Record, August 1921; Jan. 30, 1934.
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Misc. material.
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Scope and Contents

probably used by FJL when writing To End War

Jeannette Rankin (Secretary of Legislative Department, 1929-1939):Newspaper clippings, 1924-1970.
Box 74 [SCPC-2649]
Albion P. Beverage (Director of Legislative Department, 1944-1947):Biographical information.
Box 75 [SCPC-2650]
Albion P. Beverage (Director of Legislative Department, 1944-1947):Correspondence with FJL, 1943-1948.
Box 75 [SCPC-2650]
Albion P. Beverage (Director of Legislative Department, 1944-1947):Reports to FJL; testimonials.
Box 75 [SCPC-2650]
Albion P. Beverage (Director of Legislative Department, 1944-1947):Writings; speaking engagements.
Box 75 [SCPC-2650]
Albion P. Beverage (Director of Legislative Department, 1944-1947):Speeches written for Senators Wheeler, Bridges, Langer, etc. (as ghost writer), 1944-1945.
Box 75 [SCPC-2650]
Albion P. Beverage (Director of Legislative Department, 1944-1947):Correspondence (general), 1944-1946.
Box 75 [SCPC-2650]
Albion P. Beverage (Director of Legislative Department, 1944-1947):Packages to Germany (amendment of Trading with the Enemy Act), 1946.
Box 75 [SCPC-2650]
Albion P. Beverage (Director of Legislative Department, 1944-1947):Candidacy for Senator from Maine, 1948.
Box 75 [SCPC-2650]
James Finucane (Director of Legislative Department, 1947-1954):Publicity.
Box 76 [SCPC-2651]
James Finucane (Director of Legislative Department, 1947-1954):Letters to FJL and Washington (DC) office staff members, 1947-1953.
Box 76 [SCPC-2651]
James Finucane (Director of Legislative Department, 1947-1954):Writings; testimony given before Congressional committees.
Box 76 [SCPC-2651]
James Finucane (Director of Legislative Department, 1947-1954):Correspondence with FJL while at Kiel University (Germany), 1951.
Box 76 [SCPC-2651]
James Finucane (Director of Legislative Department, 1947-1954):Letters to the Editor (Washington Post, New York Times and other papers).
Box 76 [SCPC-2651]
Posters, cards and publicity re: "America First", 1924.
Box 77 [SCPC-2652]
Scope and Contents

posters removed to Poster Collection; World Hero essay contest, 1925-1926: calendars and portfolio; includes correspondence of Laura Puffer Morgan with foreign ambassadors and newspaper correspondents

Calendars and portfolio from World Hero contest, 1926.
Box 77 [SCPC-2652]
Scope and Contents

removed to Oversized Items Collection: Documents

High school essay contests: "Germany and the League", 1927.
Box 77 [SCPC-2652]
Literature and report re: Briand Speech Competition, 1927.
Box 77 [SCPC-2652]
National Oratorical Contest on Outlaw War Treaties, 1927-1928.
Box 77 [SCPC-2652]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: organization and committees; annual reports; publicity; school enrollment statistics (by state).
Box 78 [SCPC-2653]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: winning essays; correspondence, 1932-1933; 1930.
Box 78 [SCPC-2653]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: misc. correspondence, 1929-1932.
Box 79 [SCPC-2654]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence following awards to winners, 1930.
Box 79 [SCPC-2654]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence and winning essays, 1931.
Box 79 [SCPC-2654]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence and winning essays, 1932.
Box 79 [SCPC-2654]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence and winning essays, 1932.
Box 80 [SCPC-2655]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: literature and printed forms.
Box 80 [SCPC-2655]
NCPW textbook for schools and colleges, 1932-1934.
Box 80 [SCPC-2655]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: misc. material, 1930-1938.
Box 80 [SCPC-2655]
High School and College Contests: Writings and speeches.
Box 81 [SCPC-2656]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: misc. literature and publicity (press releases), 1927-1933.
Box 81 [SCPC-2656]
National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: form letters, 1928-1938.
Box 81 [SCPC-2656]
Newsclippings re: speeches of Secretary Frank Kellogg on Paris Pact.
Box 81 [SCPC-2656]
Book by Watkins (America Stands for Pacific Means) for use in National Student Forum.
Box 81 [SCPC-2656]
International relations observation tours for high school students (under the direction of Watkins), Summer 1931-1932.
Box 81 [SCPC-2656]
Jacob H. Taylor: biographical information (died July 1940).
Box 82 [SCPC-2657]
Farm Department: Letters and commendations, 1928-1937.
Box 82 [SCPC-2657]
Farm Department: Reports of activities and proposed programs, 1928-1938.
Box 82 [SCPC-2657]
Jacob H. Taylor: writings and radio talks.
Box 82 [SCPC-2657]
Jacob H. Taylor: correspondence re: efforts to establish Radio Department within NCPW, 1931-1934.
Box 82 [SCPC-2657]
Farm Department: Correspondence with National Broadcasting Company, 1931-1934.
Box 82 [SCPC-2657]
Farm Department: Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1929-1940.
Box 83 [SCPC-2658]
Farm Department: Correspondence with newspaper editors, 1921-1937.
Box 83 [SCPC-2658]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Alabama-Illinois, 1929-1939.
Box 83a [SCPC-2659]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Indiana-Iowa, 1929-1939.
Box 84 [SCPC-2660]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Kansas - Minnesota, 1929-1939.
Box 84 [SCPC-2660]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Mississippi - Montana, 1929-1939.
Box 85 [SCPC-2661]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Nebraska - New Jersey, 1929-1939.
Box 85 [SCPC-2661]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: New Mexico - North Dakota, 1929-1939.
Box 86 [SCPC-2662]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Ohio, 1929-1939.
Box 87 [SCPC-2663]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Ohio (cont.) - Pennsylvania, 1929-1939.
Box 87 [SCPC-2663]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1937: Pennsylvania (cont.) - Emergency Peace Campaign, 1937.
Box 88 [SCPC-2664]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Pennsylvania (cont.) - Washington (F-L), 1929-1939.
Box 88 [SCPC-2664]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Washington (M-Z), 1929-1939.
Box 88 [SCPC-2664]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: West Virginia - Wyoming; foreign correspondence, 1929-1939.
Box 89 [SCPC-2665]
Farm Department: Correspondence (general), 1940-1941: Maryland - Pennsylvania, 1940-1941.
Box 89 [SCPC-2665]
Farm Department: General correspondence, 1940-1941: South Carolina - Wisconsin; foreign correspondence, 1940-1941.
Box 89 [SCPC-2665]
Farm Department: Correspondence re: Institutes on International Relations, 1936-1937.
Box 90 [SCPC-2666]
Farm Department: Publications; program aids and fillers for peace programs; releases, 1934-1941; 1936-1937.
Box 90 [SCPC-2666]
Farm Department: Interdependence material: hand-drawn farm maps of USA for Peace.
Box 90 [SCPC-2666]
Scope and Contents

mimeographs only

Farm Department: Resolutions made, 1928-1940.
Box 91 [SCPC-2667]
Farm Department: Effect of war on farms and farmers, 1939-1940.
Box 91 [SCPC-2667]
Farm Department: Form letters sent, 1928-1941.
Box 91 [SCPC-2667]
Paul Harris: Biographical information; publicity.
Box 92 [SCPC-2668]
Writings of Paul Harris, 1932-1939.
Box 92 [SCPC-2668]
YMWR and the Peace Action Service, 1932-1934.
Box 92 [SCPC-2668]
Youth Movement for World Recovery (1932 - 1935): Programs for world peace, etc., 1933.
Box 92 [SCPC-2668]
Youth Movement for World Recovery (1932 - 1935): Letters and reports to FJL, 1931-1942.
Box 93 [SCPC-2669]
Youth Movement for World Recovery (1932 - 1935): Reports on trip to South America, 1941.
Box 93 [SCPC-2669]
Youth Movement for World Recovery (1932 - 1935): Telegrams from students re: political action, 1932.
Box 93 [SCPC-2669]
YMWR and Peace Action publications, 1932-1938.
Box 93 [SCPC-2669]
Youth Movement for World Recovery (1932 - 1935): Study courses on peace for young people, 1933-1935.
Box 93 [SCPC-2669]
Youth Movement for World Recovery (1932 - 1935): Student cables to Arthur Henderson re: disarmament, 1933.
Box 93 [SCPC-2669]
YMWR - World News, 1933-January 1935.
Box 93 [SCPC-2669]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Paul Harris, Jr.: correspondence, 1932-1933.
Box 94 [SCPC-2670]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Misc. correspondence, 1935-1939.
Box 94 [SCPC-2670]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Correspondence with Norman H. Davis, 1933.
Box 94 [SCPC-2670]
Scope and Contents

includes misc. releases and statements, etc.

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Correspondence (mostly FJL) re: Mona Cutler, 1933.
Box 94 [SCPC-2670]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Correspondence (general): Ga-Gu, 1934-1935.
Box 94 [SCPC-2670]
Scope and Contents

includes Margaret Gilfallen, 1935

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Correspondence with Mrs. J. Miller, 1935.
Box 94 [SCPC-2670]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Correspondence with Waitstill H. and Martha Sharp, 1936-1937.
Box 94 [SCPC-2670]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Correspondence (general), 1934-1935: Ha-Joh, 1934-1935.
Box 95 [SCPC-2671]
Scope and Contents

incomplete set

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Correspondence with Norman Whitney (Syracuse Peace Council), 1935-1937.
Box 95 [SCPC-2671]
"What Is Peace Action Service?".
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
Peace Action Service, Jesse MacKnight: reports to FJL; writings; publicity, 1935-1937.
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
Peace Action Service, Jesse MacKnight: correspondence, 1936-1939.
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
Peace Action Handbook Series, 1935.
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
Peace Action Service, Ruth Sarles: memos and correspondence, 1936-1939.
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
Peace Action Service, Commendations and testimonials; suggested budgets; inter-staff memos and correspondence; misc. memos and reports; "Caravan Letters;" Forward PAS; Exchange Bulletin for Field Workers, 1935; 1935-1937.
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
Peace Action Service, Sponsorship of Institutes on International Relations, 1935.
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
National consultants to PAS, 1935.
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
Peace Action Service: Peace polls conducted, 1936.
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939: Paul Harris, Jr.: form letters to field workers and others, 1932-1939.
Box 96 [SCPC-2672]
Peace Action Service: Correspondence with Betty Muther (Field Worker), 1934.
Box 97 [SCPC-2673]
Peace Action Service, Questionnaire re: methods of peace action, 1934.
Box 97 [SCPC-2673]
Peace Action Service: Students and peace, 1936; Washington Youth Council, 1937.
Box 97 [SCPC-2673]
Peace Action Service: Form letters sent, 1932-1939.
Box 97 [SCPC-2673]
Peace Action Service: Correspondence with Mona Cutler (Field Worker), 1934.
Box 97 [SCPC-2673]
Peace Action Service: Reports from Field Workers, 1935.
Box 97 [SCPC-2673]
Peace Action Service: Field workers' conferences on political strategy, 1934-1936.
Box 97 [SCPC-2673]
Peace Action Service, 1932-1939:Programs/efforts; suggestions for field workers, 1932-1939.
Box 97 [SCPC-2673]
Peace Action Service: Reports from field workers, 1935-1936.
Box 98 [SCPC-2674]
Peace Action Service: Reports from field workers, 1934-1935.
Box 99 [SCPC-2675]
Peace Action Service: Reports, 1935-1938.
Box 99 [SCPC-2675]
Peace Action Service: Reports from field workers, 1935-1936.
Box 100 [SCPC-2676]
Peace Action Service: Reports from field workers, 1937.
Box 100a [SCPC-2677]
Peace Action Service: St. Louis (PA) committee: reports and publications, 1936-1938.
Box 100a [SCPC-2677]
Peace Action Service: Reports from field workers, 1935-1938.
Box 101 [SCPC-2678]
Peace Action Service: NCPW Political Strategy Committee for field staff, 1937: memos; misc., 1937.
Box 101 [SCPC-2678]
Peace Action Service: Local peace groups interested in peace action, 1936-1941.
Box 101 [SCPC-2678]
Peace Action Service: Reports on local peace action groups, 1935.
Box 101 [SCPC-2678]
Peace Action committees: publicity and media coverage; misc., 1936-1938.
Box 101 [SCPC-2678]
Local Peace Action committees: publicity and media coverage, 1933-1934.
Box 101 [SCPC-2678]
Local peace action: suggestions and reports, 1934-1936.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Local peace action committees: correspondence and reports, 1934-1935.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Peace Action Service, Connecticut: political action, 1936; 1938.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Peace Action Service, Madison (NJ) Council on Foreign Policy, 1936.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Peace Action Service, Montclair (NJ): meeting minutes and correspondence, 1936.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Peace Action Service, New Brunswick (NJ): meeting minutes and correspondence, 1935-1936.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Non-Partisan Peace Action Committee (19th congressional district, NYC), 1936: reports; correspondence; mailings, 1936.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Peace Action Service, Political action: New York, Michigan and Texas, 1938.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Peace Action Service maps.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Peace Action Service, Political action maps: Alabama - Connecticut, 1935.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Peace Action Service, Political action maps: Delaware - Georgia.
Box 102 [SCPC-2679]
Peace Action Service, Political action maps: Idaho - Pennsylvania.
Box 103 [SCPC-2680]
Peace Action Service, Political action maps: Rhode Island - Tennessee.
Box 104 [SCPC-2681]
Peace Action Service, Political action maps: Texas - Wyoming.
Box 104 [SCPC-2681]
Peace Action Service, Voting information publications.
Box 104 [SCPC-2681]
Scope and Contents

book To Stop War not filmed

Peace Action Service, Washington Information Letter (weekly newsletter), 1935-1941.
Box 104 [SCPC-2681]
Scope and Contents

newsletter removed to Periodical Collection; on reel 41:315

Gilbert Stinger: memos sent and publicity.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Gilbert Stinger: biographical information.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Gilbert Stinger: articles written and speeches made.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Gilbert Stinger: correspondence with FJL; reports, 1935-1937.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Scope and Contents

includes letters from others to FJL

Progress reports and memos, 1936-1937.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Agatha Varela: correspondence and articles, 1935-1937.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Correspondence with, articles about, and talks by Boake Carter (radio commentator).
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Correspondence, etc. re: Cherry Blossom Festival, 1935.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Political conventions, 1936.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Correspondence with and memos to Branch Offices, 1935-1937.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Correspondence with Columbia Broadcasting Co. (Edward R. Murrow and Ann Gillis), 1936-1938.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Correspondence (general): A-H.
Box 105 [SCPC-2682]
Correspondence with Emergency Peace Campaign.
Box 105a [SCPC-2683]
Opal Gooden: correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office; biographical information.
Box 105a [SCPC-2683]
Correspondence (general): Handsaker and Himber - R.
Box 106 [SCPC-2684]
National Peace Conference dinner: press releases, schedules and articles, April 21, 1936.
Box 106 [SCPC-2684]
Gilbert Stinger: correspondence with various Members of Congress re: article for the Paterson Call (NJ) on war referendum petition, June 1937.
Box 106 [SCPC-2684]
Correspondence (general): S-T, 1936-1938.
Box 107 [SCPC-2685]
Correspondence (general): U-Z, 1936-1938.
Box 107a
Edward L. Wertheim: correspondence with staff members, 1935-1937.
Box 107a
Press releases sent, January-June 1935.
Box 107a
Press releases sent, July 1935-1936.
Box 108 [SCPC-2686]
Press releases sent, 1937-1939.
Box 108 [SCPC-2686]
Form letters sent, 1936-1938.
Box 108 [SCPC-2686]
"The World From Washington" (series of 47 weekly releases), 2 March-7 December 1935.
Box 108 [SCPC-2686]
"Congress in World Affairs" (series of weekly presentations by Members of Congress, presented by NCPW), December 1935-June 1936.
Box 108 [SCPC-2686]
Radio programs by Members of Congress, arranged by NCPW, 1937-1939.
Box 108 [SCPC-2686]
Radio program "Women Want Peace", October 1935.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Radio broadcasts arranged, 1935-1937.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Radio broadcasts arranged: speeches by Members of Congress aired on station WOL, January-August 1937.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Radio broadcasts arranged: speeches by Members of Congress -- correspondence; press releases, 1938-1939.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Press releases sent, etc., 1935-1936.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Press releases sent, etc., 1937.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Press releases sent, etc., 1938-1939.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Work with pictures.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Scope and Contents

photographs removed

Mailing "The World From Washington", June 2-29 December 1934.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Mailing "The World From Washington", 19 January-7 December 1935.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Press information sent, 1935-1939.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Photographs: friends of NCPW, Members of Congress, and NCPW activities.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Scope and Contents

photos removed to Photograph Collection

"The World From Washington" (releases from the World Events Section of NCPW), 2 June 1934-19 January 1935.
Box 109 [SCPC-2687]
Labor Department, Warren Mullin: biographical material, publicity, media coverage, and testimonials.
Box 110 [SCPC-2688]
Warren Mullin: correspondence with FJL, 1938-1942.
Box 110 [SCPC-2688]
Labor Department: Publicity and media coverage.
Box 110 [SCPC-2688]
Scope and Contents

newspaper clippings re: threat of war not filmed

Warren Mullin: writings.
Box 110 [SCPC-2688]
Labor Department: Reports to Executive Board, 1935-1937.
Box 110 [SCPC-2688]
Labor Department, Industrial Mobilization Plan: articles, newsclippings and pamphlets.
Box 110 [SCPC-2688]
AFL (1922-1941) and CIO (1939-1940) stand on peace and war, 1922-1941.
Box 110 [SCPC-2688]
Scope and Contents

newspaper clippings not filmed

Effect of war on Labor: conscription, rearmament, etc., 1939-1941.
Box 110 [SCPC-2688]
Opal Gooden: work in New Jersey re: labor issues, and re: farm and peace bonds, January-June 1939.
Box 110 [SCPC-2688]
Labor Department: Hill-Sheppard Bill (later called May Bill), 1937-1938.
Box 111 [SCPC-2689]
Warren Mullin: editorials in Labor papers against Sheppard-Hill Bill, 1937.
Box 111 [SCPC-2689]
Labor Department: Neutrality campaign, 1939.
Box 111 [SCPC-2689]
Labor Department, Military Disaffection Bill: newsclippings from Labor papers.
Box 111 [SCPC-2689]
Labor Department: Correspondence (general): A-C, 1935-1939.
Box 111 [SCPC-2689]
Labor Department: Correspondence (general): D-Q, 1935-1939.
Box 112 [SCPC-2690]
Labor Department: Correspondence (general): R-Y, 1935-1939.
Box 113 [SCPC-2691]
Labor Department: Correspondence (general): A-Z, 1940-1941.
Box 113 [SCPC-2691]
Labor Department: Publications prepared and reprinted.
Box 114 [SCPC-2692]
Resolutions passed by Labor organizations, 1922-1951.
Box 114 [SCPC-2692]
Labor Department: Form letters sent, 1935-1941.
Box 114 [SCPC-2692]
Labor Department: Press releases sent, 1935-1941.
Box 114 [SCPC-2692]
Labor Department: Media coverage: newspaper clippings, etc., 1935-1939.
Box 115 [SCPC-2693]
Labor package, 1930.
Box 115 [SCPC-2693]
Labor Department: Book War and the Workers by Norman Angell.
Box 115 [SCPC-2693]
Scope and Contents

not included on film

Literature re: labor and peace, 1920-1940.
Box 115 [SCPC-2693]
Labor Department: Newsclippings re: war preparation in the U.S., 1935-1936.
Box 115 [SCPC-2693]
Scope and Contents

not included on film

Motion Picture Department, Albert Benham (Director, 1935 - 1942): biographical information; publicity; media coverage.
Box 116 [SCPC-2694]
Motion Picture Department, Albert Benham(Director, 1935 - 1942): writings and speeches.
Box 116 [SCPC-2694]
Motion Picture Department: Publicity and correspondence for movie "Blockade".
Box 116 [SCPC-2694]
Motion Picture Department: Lists of films.
Box 116 [SCPC-2694]
Motion Picture Department: Reports; form letters sent; financial records; releases sent; newsclippings.
Box 116 [SCPC-2694]
Motion Picture Department, Albert Benham (Director, 1935 - 1942): correspondence, etc., 1935-1939.
Box 116 [SCPC-2694]
Scope and Contents

includes correspondence of other staff members

Motion Picture Department: Correspondence (general), 1935-1938.
Box 116a [SCPC-2695]
Scope and Contents

samples only kept of D and H

Motion Picture Department: Correspondence (general): L, 1935-1938.
Box 117 [SCPC-2696]
Scope and Contents

samples of L only kept, 2 folders

Motion Picture Department: Correspondence with Edgar Dale, 1936-1938.
Box 117 [SCPC-2696]
Motion Picture Department: Correspondence with Clara E. Grueninger, 1936-1938.
Box 117 [SCPC-2696]
Motion Picture Department: Correspondence with Gardner Lattimer, 1935-1937.
Box 117 [SCPC-2696]
Motion Picture Department: Bulletin on Current Films (review evaluating current films from peace/war perspective and suggesting methods of action), 1935-1939.
Box 117 [SCPC-2696]
Scope and Contents

removed to Periodical Collection; incomplete set

Motion Picture Department: Carrie Wyckoff-Ormsbee (Speaker, 1924-1932): commendations; publicity; writings; correspondence re: speaking engagements; media coverage, November 1928-December 1930.
Box 118 [SCPC-2697]
Motion Picture Department: Mary Ida Winder (Speaker and Organizer, 1922-1938): speeches and writings; publicity; commendations; itineraries and reports; media coverage.
Box 118 [SCPC-2697]
Motion Picture Department: Mary Ida Winder (Speaker and Organizer, 1922-1938): correspondence with FJL and NCPW staff members, 1922-1930.
Box 118 [SCPC-2697]
Motion Picture Department: Mary Ida Winder (Speaker and Organizer, 1922-1938): correspondence with FJL and NCPW staff members, 1934-1938.
Box 118a [SCPC-2698]
Motion Picture Department: Eleanor Brannan (Speaker and Organizer, 1930-1933): biographical material.
Box 118a [SCPC-2698]
Scope and Contents

includes one speech; see also general correspondence in boxes 170 and 178 for further material

Branch Office: Western Office, Dr. L.L. Wirt (Regional Secretary, 1924-1931): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1924-1925; 1927.
Box 119 [SCPC-2699]
Branch Office: Western Office, Rev. Rowland B. Dodge (Assistant Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1925.
Box 119 [SCPC-2699]
Branch Office: Western Office, Margaret I. McDiarmid (Western Office Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1926.
Box 119 [SCPC-2699]
Branch Office: Western Office, Dr. L.L. Wirt (Regional Secretary, 1924-1931): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members re: Friendship Health Chest Project for Mexican rural schools, 1929-1931.
Box 120 [SCPC-2700]
Branch Office: Western Office, Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1928-1938.
Box 120 [SCPC-2700]
Scope and Contents

Mrs. Boeckel's staff members

Branch Office: Western Office, Dr. E. Guy Talbott: correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1935; 1938-1940.
Box 120 [SCPC-2700]
Branch Office: Western Office, Dr. E. Guy Talbott: writings, speeches, reports, etc., 1931-1940.
Box 120 [SCPC-2700]
Branch Office: Western Office, Dr. E. Guy Talbott and Dr. L.L. Wirt: Far Eastern tour as NCPW Regional Secretaries, 1935.
Box 120 [SCPC-2700]
Branch Office: Western Office, Financial records.
Box 120 [SCPC-2700]
Branch Office: Western Office, Margaret I. McDiarmid (Western Office Secretary): correspondence with FJL and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1934-1935; 1937-1940.
Box 121 [SCPC-2701]
Branch Office: Western Office, Margaret I. McDiarmid (Western Office Secretary): correspondence with Ann McDiarmid (sister) re: Margaret's death and social security.
Box 121 [SCPC-2701]
Branch Office: Western Office, John F. Duffy Jr. correspondence with FJL and NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1941-1944.
Box 121 [SCPC-2701]
Branch Office: Western Office, Form letters sent; correspondence; publicity; media coverage, 1925-1934.
Box 121 [SCPC-2701]
Branch Office: Southern Office, Paul Harris, Jr. (Regional Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1926-1934.
Box 122 [SCPC-2702]
Branch Office: Southern Office, Programs; financial records; sample letterheads, 1927; 1929-1930.
Box 122 [SCPC-2702]
Branch Office: Southern Office, Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1929-1932.
Box 123 [SCPC-2703]
Scope and Contents

Mrs. Boeckel's staff members

Branch Office: Southern Office, Velma Land (Associate): correspondence, 1930.
Box 123 [SCPC-2703]
Branch Office: Southern Office, Olga A. Tafel (Associate): correspondence, 1930.
Box 123 [SCPC-2703]
Branch Office: Southern Office, Kellogg Treaty Temporary Committee: form letters sent, etc., 1928-1929.
Box 123 [SCPC-2703]
Branch Office: Southern Office, Publicity and form letters sent, 1929-1932.
Box 123 [SCPC-2703]
Branch Office: Southern Office, Monthly news releases sent, 1931-1932.
Box 123 [SCPC-2703]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Historical information.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): biographical information; publicity; media coverage; writings.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Correspondence re: social security.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Scope and Contents

Mrs. Boeckel's staff members

Branch Office: Northwest Office, Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1927-1928.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1927-1928.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Mary Findley Lockenour (Associate): correspondence, 1929-1930.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Mary Klemm (Associate): correspondence, 1930-1931.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Dorothy Reed (Associate): correspondence, 1931-1932.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Financial records, 1932-1942.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): expense accounts, 1936-1938.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Scope and Contents

typical

Branch Office: Northwest Office, David E. Norcross (Regional Secretary): expense accounts, 1936-1938.
Box 124 [SCPC-2704]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1934-1939.
Box 125 [SCPC-2705]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1940.
Box 125 [SCPC-2705]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, David E. Norcross (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1936-1945.
Box 125 [SCPC-2705]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Emma A. Anderson (office secretary), correspondence, 1939-1945.
Box 125 [SCPC-2705]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1941; 1943-1947.
Box 126 [SCPC-2706]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL and others, 1942.
Box 126 [SCPC-2706]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Reports, form letters sent, etc., 1929-1931.
Box 126 [SCPC-2706]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): project re: goats for Japan and Okinawa, 1947-1948.
Box 126 [SCPC-2706]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Heifers for Relief, 1947-1957.
Box 126 [SCPC-2706]
J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1955-1957.
Box 126a [SCPC-2707]
Branch Office: Northwest Office, Financial records, 1935-1936; 1942-1945.
Box 126a [SCPC-2707]
Branch Office: New England Office, Historical information.
Box 127 [SCPC-2708]
Branch Office: New England Office, Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): itineraries; programs; commendations.
Box 127 [SCPC-2708]
Branch Office: New England Office, Reports and itineraries.
Box 127 [SCPC-2708]
Branch Office: New England Office, Correspondence of office secretaries (Barret, McGregor and Wade), 1930-1931.
Box 127 [SCPC-2708]
Branch Office: New England Office, Cynthia Smith (Associate Secretary, 1931-1932): correspondence.
Box 127 [SCPC-2708]
Branch Office: New England Office, Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): correspondence, 1934-1935.
Box 127 [SCPC-2708]
Branch Office: New England Office, Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office.
Box 127 [SCPC-2708]
Scope and Contents

Mrs. Boeckel's staff members

Branch Office: New England Office, Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): correspondence, after retirement; death notice, 1941-1963.
Box 127 [SCPC-2708]
Branch Office: New England Office, Office correspondence, 1940-1943.
Box 128 [SCPC-2709]
Branch Office: New England Office, Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): expense account, 1940.
Box 128 [SCPC-2709]
Branch Office: New England Office, Folios and correspondence re: finances, 1931-1940.
Box 128 [SCPC-2709]
Mark R. Shaw (New England Office Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1937-1954.
Box 129 [SCPC-2710]
Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1941-1952; 1954-1959.
Box 129 [SCPC-2710]
Mark R. Shaw (New England Office Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): financial reports.
Box 129 [SCPC-2710]
Mark R. Shaw (New England Office Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): writings; mimeographed bulletins, 1940-1941; 1940-1951.
Box 130 [SCPC-2711]
Mark R. Shaw (New England Office Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): "Historical Review of National Loves and Hates".
Box 130 [SCPC-2711]
Mark R. Shaw (New England Office Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): programs.
Box 130 [SCPC-2711]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): commendations; correspondence; misc. correspondence of FJL.
Box 131 [SCPC-2712]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Publicity and media coverage.
Box 131 [SCPC-2712]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1930-1931.
Box 131 [SCPC-2712]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Correspondence with Mid-West office staff members, 1931-1933.
Box 131 [SCPC-2712]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1931-1935.
Box 131 [SCPC-2712]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1934-1935.
Box 131 [SCPC-2712]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Mrs. Richeson: correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1934-1935.
Box 131a [SCPC-2713]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Form letters; publicity; media coverage; financial records.
Box 131a [SCPC-2713]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1935-1938.
Box 132 [SCPC-2714]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1936-1937.
Box 132 [SCPC-2714]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Correspondence with NCPW Washington (DC) office, 1931-1938.
Box 132 [SCPC-2714]
Scope and Contents

Mrs. Boeckel's staff members

Branch Office: Midwest Office, Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1930-1939.
Box 132 [SCPC-2714]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, General correspondence: A-F, 1934-1935.
Box 132 [SCPC-2714]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, General correspondence: G-Z, 1934-1935.
Box 133 [SCPC-2715]
Branch Office: Midwest Office, Correspondence re: Jan. 1939 closing of Midwest office, 1939.
Box 133 [SCPC-2715]
Branch Offices: General/Misc. Letters and memoranda to Branch Offices from FJL and NCPW Washington (DC) office staff members, 1929-1943.
Box 134 [SCPC-2716]
Scope and Contents

mostly FJL

A, 1921-1924.
Box 135 [SCPC-2717]
Scope and Contents

2 folders, arranged by date; includes Jane Addams [originals removed]; Horace Alexander; Brent Dow Allinson; Judge Florence Allen (Supreme Court of Ohio); William C. Allen; American Farm Bureau Federation; American Federation of Labor (Samuel Gompers, etc.); American Red Cross; American Union Against Militarism; Ernest Angell; Arbitrate First Bureau (London, England); Louise (Mrs. W.A.) Atkinson (Michigan Council for Prevention of War)

A, 1924-1928.
Box 135 [SCPC-2717]
Scope and Contents

3 folders, arranged by Library Bureau System; includes Jane Addams [originals removed]; Dr. Peter Ainslie; Devere Allen; Judge Florence Allen (Supreme Court of Ohio); American Association of University Women; American Farm Bureau Federation; American Legion (Thomas Amory Lee, etc.); Meredith Auten [niece of FJL]; The "Arbitrate First!" Bureau (London, England)

American Association for University Women: national offices and Branches, 1921-.
Box 136 [SCPC-2718]
American Child Health Association, 1921-1928.
Box 136 [SCPC-2718]
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), 1924-1928.
Box 136 [SCPC-2718]
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC); Wilbur K. Thomas, 1921-1928.
Box 136 [SCPC-2718]
Scope and Contents

or on mf reel 41:122?

American Friends Service Committee (AFSC); Ray Newton, etc., 1921-1928.
Box 136 [SCPC-2718]
The American Legion, 1921-1924.
Box 136 [SCPC-2718]
American Peace Award, 1923-1928.
Box 136 [SCPC-2718]
American Peace Society, 1921-1923.
Box 136 [SCPC-2718]
American School Citizenship League, 1921-1923.
Box 136 [SCPC-2718]
Association to Abolish War - Bay, 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 137 [SCPC-2719]
General Correspondence: Be-By, 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 137 [SCPC-2719]
Biddle, William C., 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Bixler, Mrs. Edward C., 1928-1930.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Bernard, Frances Fenton (Smith College), 1924-1925.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Bigelow, F.E.; Frederick Bigger; Edward Bok; Edwin Borchard; Elwood Burdsall, 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Boeckel, Florence Brewer: letters to/from FJL, etc., 1924-1925.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Bowles, Gilbert (Tokyo, Japan), 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Booth, Miss; Senator William E. Borah; B. Russell Branson; Bertha Broomall; Antonio S. De Bustamente (Havana); Alfred Busselle Jr., 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Bley, C.F.; Bruce Bliven (The New Republic); C. Walter Borton (Providence Trust Co.); ____ B____ (Colliers), 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Brooks, Eleanor (Mrs. Charles F.); Brown [6 names]; Charles A. Butts (Congregational Publishing Co.); Charles Roden Buxton, 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Brannon, Eleanor (WILPF); Ethel Burns Breed; E. Morris Bursall; E. Lewis Burnham, 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Brown, Forrest D. (Virginia YMCA); British Friends (Carl Heath, etc.); Anna and George Burnham, Jr.; George E. Buttrick, 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Bradshaw, Isabel (Children From Many Lands, 1924); Br; Mariana Brubaker; Anna Marie Brueggerhoff, 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Buckner, Dr. J.D.M.; Susan and Lawrence Brooks; L. Hedwig Bruhn (Central Peace Committee, AFSC), 1921-1924; 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Br (cont.) - Bu, 1924-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Scope and Contents

includes Sophonisba Breckenridge; Richard L. Burdsall

Baltimore Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1922-1923.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Baltimore Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1924-1925.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Bell, Albert T., 1927-1928.
Box 138 [SCPC-2720]
Bell, Albert T., 1924-1926.
Box 138a [SCPC-2720a]
Biddle, Clement M., 1924-1925.
Box 138a [SCPC-2720a]
Biddle, Clement M., 1926-1928.
Box 138a [SCPC-2720a]
Board of Young Friends' Activities of the Five Years Meeting (Richmond, IN) / Five Years Meeting of the Friends in America, 1921-1924.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
Brandeis, Alice (Mrs. Louis D.), 1924-1928.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
British Friends' peace committees (Bertram Pickard, etc.), 1921-1923.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
Scope and Contents

folder contains letters re: Air Disarmament Conference, 1938

British Friends' peace committees: Northern Friends Peace Board, 1923.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
Bucks County Council for the Reduction of Armaments / Bucks County Council for the Prevention of War, 1921-1923.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
Ca, 1923-1928.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
Ch-Cl, 1924-1928.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
Ch-Cl (cont.), 1924-1928.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
Co-Cu, 1922-1928.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
Co-Cu (cont.), 1924-1928.
Box 139 [SCPC-2721]
Scope and Contents

includes Church of the Brethren

C, 1924-1928.
Box 140 [SCPC-2722]
Ci-Co, 1924-1928.
Box 140 [SCPC-2722]
Co-Cu, 1921-1924.
Box 140 [SCPC-2722]
E.A. Campbell and Co. (auditors), 1924.
Box 140 [SCPC-2722]
Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1921-1928.
Box 140 [SCPC-2722]
Children From Many Lands: sales, 1924-1927.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Scope and Contents

order forms and replies not filmed

China Institute in America, 1926-1929.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Churches Against War, 1923.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Cincinnati Peace League, 1924-1928.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Women's Council for Prevention of War (Cleveland, OH), 1923-1924.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Women's Council for Promotion of Peace (Cleveland, OH), 1923-1928.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Scope and Contents

first called Women's Council for Prevention of War

Commission on International Justice and Goodwill, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1921-1923.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Committee on Militarism in Education, 1926-1928.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Council/s of Churches (Columbus, OH; Kansas City, KS; Detroit, MI), 1921-1928.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Council of Women for Home Missions, 1921-1923.
Box 141 [SCPC-2723]
Da-De, 1924-1928.
Box 142 [SCPC-2724]
Da-Du, 1924-1928.
Box 142 [SCPC-2724]
Scope and Contents

includes Robert C. Dexter (American Unitarian Association); Walter Dexter (Whittier College); Paul H. Douglas (University of Chicago); Duluth Council for Prevention of War

Da-Du, 1924-1931.
Box 142 [SCPC-2724]
Scope and Contents

includes Spencer DeGolier (mayor, Bradford, PA); Rachel Davis DuBois

Da-Du, 1924-1928.
Box 142 [SCPC-2724]
Scope and Contents

includes Rachel Davis DuBois; Debs Memorial Radio Fund

Da-Du, 1921-1924.
Box 142 [SCPC-2724]
Scope and Contents

includes Madeleine Doty; Paul H. Douglas; Rachel Davis DuBois; Anna N. Davis; Mme. Düchene; Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR); Charles Denby Jr. (Eastern College Committee for the Limitation of Armaments)

Department of State, U.S., 1924-1928.
Box 142 [SCPC-2724]
Delaware Council for Limitation of Armament / Delaware Council for Prevention of War, 1922-1923.
Box 142 [SCPC-2724]
Disarmament Education Committee, 1921-1923.
Box 142 [SCPC-2724]
E, 1921-1924.
Box 142 [SCPC-2724]
Scope and Contents

includes Edward Evans; Mme. Jeanne d'Estemauville; Harold Evans

Ea-Ev, 1924-1928.
Box 142a [SCPC-2725]
Scope and Contents

includes Elizabeth Eastman; Eleanor Eaton; Edward W. Evans; Emergency Foreign Policy Conference; Harold Evans

Ea-Ev, 1924-1928.
Box 142a [SCPC-2725]
Scope and Contents

includes Dr. Rosslyn Earp; John Thomas Emlen; Sherwood Eddy

Ea-Ew, 1924-1928.
Box 142a [SCPC-2725]
Scope and Contents

includes Edward W. Evans; Elizabeth Eastman; Emergency Foreign Policy Conference; Horace A. Eaton; Harold Evans; Helen Evans (School World-Friendship League)

F, 1921-1924.
Box 143 [SCPC-2726]
Scope and Contents

includes Farmers' National Council; Rose Dabney Forbes; Raymond B. Fosdick

F, 1924-1928.
Box 143 [SCPC-2726]
Scope and Contents

includes Raymond B. Fosdick; Noel H. Field: NCPW staff members' correspondence; Alice W. Foster (Hindman Settlement School, KY); Mrs. A.P. Fowler; Hon. Burton French; Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America (Walter Van Kirk, etc.); Edward A. Filene; Edward Frantz (The Gospel Messenger, Brethren Publishing House); Dr. O. Edward Janney (Central Committee of Friends General Conference); Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fisher (Yale University); Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick

F, 1924-1928.
Box 143 [SCPC-2726]
Scope and Contents

includes Alice W. Foster; Rabbi Mitchell Salem Fisher; Luella Flitcraft; Fellowship of Youth for Peace (New York, NY); Senator Gerald P. Nye; J. Rosslyn Earp; Horace A. Eaton; Harry Emerson Fosdick; Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America (Walter Van Kirk, etc.)

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America (Walter Van Kirk, etc.), 1921-1922.
Box 143 [SCPC-2726]
Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America (Walter Van Kirk, etc.), 1924-1928.
Box 143 [SCPC-2726]
Federation of Churches: local chapters, 1921-1923.
Box 143 [SCPC-2726]
Fellowship of Reconciliation / International Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1921-1923.
Box 143 [SCPC-2726]
Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1924-1930.
Box 143 [SCPC-2726]
Fellowship of Reconciliation (Paul Jones), 1924-1930.
Box 144 [SCPC-2727]
Fellowship of Reconciliation: Fellowship of Youth for Peace, 1924-1928.
Box 144 [SCPC-2727]
William Floyd (American Arbitration Crusade), 1924-1927.
Box 144 [SCPC-2727]
Forbes, Rose Dabney (Mrs. J. Malcolm), 1928-1930.
Box 144 [SCPC-2727]
Forbes, Rose Dabney (Mrs. J. Malcolm), 1924-1927.
Box 144 [SCPC-2727]
Foreign Policy Association, 1921-1923.
Box 144 [SCPC-2727]
Foreign Policy Association, 1927-1928.
Box 145 [SCPC-2728]
Foreign Policy Association, 1922-1926.
Box 145 [SCPC-2728]
Fosdick, Dr. Raymond B., 1924-1928.
Box 145 [SCPC-2728]
Friends' Disarmament Council (O. Edward Janney), 1921-1923.
Box 145 [SCPC-2728]
Friends' Disarmament Council (Vincent D. Nicholson), 1921-1923.
Box 145 [SCPC-2728]
Friends' Disarmament Council (William F. Wickersham, etc.), 1921-1923.
Box 145 [SCPC-2728]
Friends, Religious Society of: Friends Meeting, Indiana, 1924-1926.
Box 145 [SCPC-2728]
Friends, Religious Society of: misc. organizations, 1922-1923.
Box 145 [SCPC-2728]
Friends, Religious Society of: Peace Committee of the Society of Friends (Great Britain), 1924-1928.
Box 145 [SCPC-2728]
G, 1921-1924.
Box 146 [SCPC-2729]
G, 1924-1928.
Box 146 [SCPC-2729]
Scope and Contents

includes F; 2 folders

G, 1924-1928.
Box 146 [SCPC-2729]
Scope and Contents

3 folders

General Committee on the Limitation of Armament, 1921-1933.
Box 146 [SCPC-2729]
Scope and Contents

Bulletin no. 1-3 removed to Periodical Collection

General Federation of Women's Clubs: state correspondence, 1921-1923.
Box 146 [SCPC-2729]
General Federation of Women's Clubs, 1921-1923.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
General Federation of Women's Clubs: California Federation of Women's Clubs, 1922-1923.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
Gill, Howard: correspondence with staff members, 1923-1925.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
Kendig-Gill, Isabelle, Research Secretary: correspondence with staff members, 1923-1924.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
Gilman, Elizabeth (The Baltimore Open Forum), 1925-1928.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
Girls' Friendly Society in America, 1921-1923.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
Gordon, Caroline L., 1927-1928.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
Gulick, Sidney L., 1924-1929.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
Ha, 1921-1924.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
He-Hy, 1921-1924.
Box 147 [SCPC-2730]
H, 1921-1928.
Box 148 [SCPC-2731]
Scope and Contents

4 folders

H (cont.), 1921-1928.
Box 148 [SCPC-2731]
H (cont.), 1924-1928.
Box 148a [SCPC-2732]
I, 1921-1924.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
Scope and Contents

includes Institute of Politics (Williamstown, MA); Will Irwin]

I, 1924-1928.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
Scope and Contents

includes International Association of Machinists; Rabbi Edward Israel (Chair, Central Conference of American Rabbis); Indiana Federation of Clubs(Mary Hold); Illinois League of Women Voters; Iowa League of Women Voters; Jane Addams [originals removed]; WILPF, Chicago Branch; Will Irwin

Indiana Council on International Relations, 1928.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
Indiana Council on International Relations, 1927.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
Indiana Council on International Relations, 1926.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
Institute on International Education, 1922-1923.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
International Association of Machinists, 1921-1923.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
International Council of Women, 1922-1932.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
International Lyceum and Chautauqua Association, 1921-1924.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
Scope and Contents

includes The Swarthmore Chautauqua Association

International Lyceum and Chautauqua Association (Paul M. Pearson), 1921-1924.
Box 149 [SCPC-2733]
Scope and Contents

includes The Swarthmore Chautauqua Association

International Union for Voluntary Disarmament, 1923.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
J, 1921-1924.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
Scope and Contents

includes Arthur C. Jackson; Rufus M. Jones (AFSC); David Starr Jordon (Stanford University)

J, 1924-1928.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
Scope and Contents

includes Emily Cooper Johnson; Elisabeth Florence Tye Jennison (League of Nations Non - Partisan Association of Illinois); Ira Jenkins (Optional Military Drill League, Ohio State University); H.A. Jump; Laura Jamieson (WILPF, Vancouver, B.C.); Lester A. Judy; C.W. Johnson; Tano Jodai (Japan Women's University); Charles F. Jenkins; 2 folders

J, 1924-1928.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
Scope and Contents

includes Prof. W.H. Jump; Stella Frances Jenkins; H.A. Jung; Lester A. Judy

Janney, Dr. O. Edwin (Secretary, The Pact Ratification Committee of Maryland), 1924-1930.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
Japan Society of Boston, 1923.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
Japanese Embassy, 1924-1927.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
Scope and Contents

includes Gilbert Bowles (Japan Friends Mission)

Japan: International Service Bureau, 1921-1923.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
Japan: The League of Nations Association of Japan, 1923-1932.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
Japan: peace organizations, 1921-1926.
Box 150 [SCPC-2734]
Scope and Contents

includes International Service Bureau; newsclippings at end of folder not filmed

K, 1921-1924.
Box 151 [SCPC-2735]
Scope and Contents

includes Mabel Hyde Kittredge (WILPF); Ada B. Krahl

K, 1924-1928.
Box 151 [SCPC-2735]
Scope and Contents

includes Delcevare King

Kiwanis Clubs of America / Kiwanis Club International, 1923-1931.
Box 151 [SCPC-2735]
Scope and Contents

newsclippings not filmed

Kiwanis Club International, 1923.
Box 151 [SCPC-2735]
L, 1921-1924.
Box 151 [SCPC-2735]
Scope and Contents

includes George Mason La Monte; Senator Robert M. LaFollette; Julia C. Lathrop; Isabel La Monte; League for Industrial Democracy (Norman Thomas, etc.); League of Nations: Library, etc.; Louis P. Lochner

L, 1924-1928.
Box 151 [SCPC-2735]
Scope and Contents

includes Senator Henri La Fontaine; Senator Robert M. LaFollette; Platt R. Lawson (Denver Council for World Peace); Corliss Lamont (Harvard Law School, Harvard University); Henry W. Leeds

League for Democratic Control, 1922.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
Lamont, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W., 1927-1928.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
League of Nations Non-Partisan Association, 1921-1923.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
League of Nations Non - Partisan Association, 1924-1927.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
League of Nations Non - Partisan Association, 1927-1928.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
Scope and Contents

includes Branches

League of Nations Union, 1922-1924.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
League of Nations Union, 1923-1927.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
League of Nations Union: Welsh National Council, 1924-1933.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
League of Women Voters, 1924-1928.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
Scope and Contents

mostly Branches

Libraries / librarians (foreign), 1924-1937.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
Linton, M. Albert, 1921-1928.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
L, 1924-1928.
Box 152 [SCPC-2736]
Scope and Contents

includes Florence (Mrs. Thomas) Lamont; Alice Libby; Albert Linton; Walter Longstreth; League of Women Voters (Branches); Demarest Lloyd; includes some names beginning with M

M, 1921-1928.
Box 153 [SCPC-2737]
Scope and Contents

includes Ruth Morgan and others (New York Council for Limitation of Armaments); Lucia Ames Mead

Massachusetts Committee for International Reduction of Armaments, 1921-1923.
Box 154 [SCPC-2738]
Massachusetts Council for International Cooperation, 1924-1928.
Box 154 [SCPC-2738]
LaMonte, George M., 1924-1928.
Box 154 [SCPC-2738]
N, 1921-1924.
Box 154 [SCPC-2738]
N, 1925-1928.
Box 154 [SCPC-2738]
Scope and Contents

includes National Catholic Welfare Conference; National Committee on American Japanese Relations (Sidney Gulick); National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War; National Council of Women

N, 1925-1928.
Box 154 [SCPC-2738]
Scope and Contents

includes National Council of Women (Anna Garlin Spencer, etc.); Florence (Mrs. George) Nasmyth; National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods (National Committee on Peace, etc.); Northern Friends' Peace Board; National Education Association; Navy Department (U.S.), Office of Naval Intelligence

N, 1922-1928.
Box 155 [SCPC-2739]
Scope and Contents

includes New England Yearly Meeting; New Hampshire Peace Society (Mary Chase); National Kindergarten Association (Bessie Locke); New Jersey State Federation of Women (Carolyn LaMonte, Adelaide B. Conyngton); National League of Girls' Clubs

N, 1924-1928.
Box 155 [SCPC-2739]
Scope and Contents

includes Vincent D. Nicholson; Philip C. Nash (Antioch College); National Student Federation of the United States of America; National Student Forum; Nebraska Society for World Peace; Ray Newton; National Women's Christian Temperance Union (and Branches); Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Niles; Mary Caroline H. Niles

Nason, Rachel Conrad (League of Nations Non - Partisan Association), 1924-1928.
Box 155 [SCPC-2739]
The Nation, 1922-1924.
Box 155 [SCPC-2739]
National American Woman Suffrage Association (Carrie Chapman Catt), 1922-1923.
Box 155 [SCPC-2739]
National Association of Ex-Military Reconstruction Aides; National Board of Farm Organizations, 1922; 1921-1923.
Box 155 [SCPC-2739]
National Child Welfare Association, 1921-1923.
Box 155 [SCPC-2739]
National Child Welfare Association, 1924-1928.
Box 155 [SCPC-2739]
National Council of Jewish Juniors, 1924-1927.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
Scope and Contents

auxiliary of the Council of Jewish Women

National Council of Jewish Women, 1924-1928.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
National Council of Parents and Teachers, 1921-1926.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
National Council of Jewish Women: national office and state Branches, 1921-1923.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
National Council of Jewish Women: St. Louis Branch, 1924-1928.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
National Council of Women: Eva Perry Moore (Mrs. Philip North Moore), 1922-1923.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
National Education Association, 1921-1923.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
National Federation of Nonpartisan Clubs; North Dakota Federation of Nonpartisan Clubs; National Nonpartisan League, 1921-1923.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
National Grange, 1922-1923.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
Scope and Contents

includes state Branches

National Information Bureau, 1924-1929.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
National Information Bureau, 1922-1923.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
National League of Women Voters: national office and state Branches, 1921-1924.
Box 156 [SCPC-2740]
Scope and Contents

2 folders

National League of Women Voters: local leagues, 1921-1923.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
National League of Women Voters: state Branches, 1921-1923.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
National League of Women Voters, 1924-1928.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
National Parent - Teacher Association: national office and state/local societies, 1921-1923.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
National Reform Association, 1921-1923.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
National Student Committee for the Limitation of Armaments, 1921-1922.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
National Student Forum, 1922-1923.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
National Women's Trade Union League of America, 1921-1923.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
New Hampshire Peace Society (Mary N. Chase), 1921-1923.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
New York Council for International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1923-1927.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
New York Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1921-1923.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
New York Peace Society for International Justice and Friendship, 1922.
Box 157 [SCPC-2741]
Nicholson, S. E. [Edgar], Associate Secretary, NCPW: correspondence with FJL and others, 1921-1923.
Box 158 [SCPC-2742]
Nicholson, S. E. [Edgar], Associate Secretary, NCPW: letters to Members of Congress and replies received, 1922.
Box 158 [SCPC-2742]
Scope and Contents

some may be on mf reel 41:143

Nicholson, S. E. [Edgar], Associate Secretary, NCPW: correspondence with FJL and others, 1924-1928.
Box 158 [SCPC-2742]
Scope and Contents

some may be on mf reel 41:142

No More War Society of Summit County (Myer Wise, Akron, OH), 1922-1923.
Box 158 [SCPC-2742]
O, 1921-1924.
Box 158 [SCPC-2742]
Scope and Contents

includes Violet Oakley; Mildred Scott Olmsted and Allen S. Olmsted 2nd; General John F. O'Ryan

O, 1924-1928.
Box 158 [SCPC-2742]
Scope and Contents

includes Allen S. Olmsted 2nd; Carrie Wyckoff - Ormsbee; Dr. G. Bromley Oxnam; Ohio League of Women Voters; Violet Oakley; Ohio WCTU; Ohio Council of Churches; Open Forum Speakers Bureau; Bishop G. Ashton Oldham; General John F. O'Ryan

Owen, Senator R.L., 1923.
Box 159 [SCPC-2743]
Scope and Contents

re: speech given in 1923 concerning responsibility for world war

Pf - Py, 1921-1924.
Box 159 [SCPC-2743]
Scope and Contents

includes Philadelphia Young Democracy (Allen S. Olmsted 2nd); Clarence E. Pickett (Earlham College); Cornelia Bryce Pinchot (Mrs. Gifford Pinchot); Frederick J. Pohl; Francis E. Pollard (National Peace Council, London, England); Alice Thacher (Mrs. Louis F.) Post; Thomas C. Potts; some may be on mf reel 41:144

Pa - Pet, 1921-1924.
Box 159 [SCPC-2743]
Scope and Contents

includes Alice Park; Kirby Page; George Foster Peabody; Drew Pearson; some may be on mf reel 41:143

P, 1924-1929.
Box 159 [SCPC-2743]
Scope and Contents

includes Peace Association of Friends in America; Alice Park (WILPF, Palo Alto Branch); Alice Thacher (Mrs. Louis F.) Post; Frederick J. Pohl; Douglas Phillips (Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, DC)

P, 1924-1928.
Box 159 [SCPC-2743]
Scope and Contents

includes Katherine Pettit (Pine Mountain Settlement School Inc., Harlan County, KY); J.A.O. Preus (Governor of Minnesota, endorsing NCPW campaign for world cooperation); Alice Thacher (Mrs. Louis F.) Post; Pennsylvania Peace Society (Arabella Carter); Clarence Pickett (Earlham College)

P, 1924-1928.
Box 159 [SCPC-2743]
Scope and Contents

includes Peace Association of Friends in America; Frederick J. Pohl; Levi T. Pennington (President, Pacific College)

Page, Kirby, 1924-1928.
Box 160 [SCPC-2744]
Peace Association of Friends in America (Allen D. Hole, President), 1921-1923.
Box 160 [SCPC-2744]
Peace Committee of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1921-1923.
Box 160 [SCPC-2744]
Committee on Peace and Service, Philadelphia, PA (Arabella Carter, etc.), 1924-1928.
Box 160 [SCPC-2744]
Scope and Contents

includes Philadelphia Young Friends' Committee, and Committee on Peace and Justice, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends

Philadelphia Council for World Peace, 1923.
Box 160 [SCPC-2744]
Scope and Contents

3 items

Pickard, Bertram (Service International de la Société des Amis [Quakers], Geneva, Switzerland), 1926-1928.
Box 160 [SCPC-2744]
Portland [Maine] Council for Prevention of War, 1921-1923.
Box 160 [SCPC-2744]
Philadelphia Young Friends' Committee (Elsa Silber, Mary Moon, etc.), 1921-1923.
Box 160 [SCPC-2744]
Scope and Contents

includes Young Friends Movement

Pollack, Channing, 1925-1926.
Box 160 [SCPC-2744]
Q, 1922.
Box 161 [SCPC-2745]
Q, 1924-1928.
Box 161 [SCPC-2745]
Scope and Contents

includes names beginning with R

Ra - Ri, 1921-1924.
Box 161 [SCPC-2745]
Scope and Contents

includes Jeannette Rankin (Illinois Committee of National Consumers' League); Lord Riddle (London, England)

R - Ry, 1921-1924.
Box 161 [SCPC-2745]
Scope and Contents

includes Theodore Roosevelt [original letter removed]; Julius Rosenwald (Sears, Roebuck and Co.); Charles Edward Russell

R, 1924-1928.
Box 161 [SCPC-2745]
Scope and Contents

includes Anna Steese Richardson (Good Citizenship Bureau, Woman's Home Companion); George A. Rhoads; Judge Hoge Ricks (Richmond, VA); Anna Rochester (The World Tomorrow); A.W. Ross (North Manchester, IN)

R, 1924-1928.
Box 161 [SCPC-2745]
Scope and Contents

includes Abby and Chester Roberts (Swarthmore, PA)

R, 1924-1928.
Box 161 [SCPC-2745]
Scope and Contents

includes Eleanor Roosevelt [nothing with her signature]; Dr. Elisabeth Rotten (Internationaler Arbeitskreis für Ereuerung der Erzeihung)

Richards, Rev. Leyton and Mrs. Richards (Fellowship of Reconciliation; World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches; Massachusetts Federation of Churches; Carrs Lane Church, Birmingham; Downs Congregational Church, Bowden), 1923-1928.
Box 161 [SCPC-2745]
Rockefeller Foundation, 1924-1926.
Box 162 [SCPC-2746]
Scope and Contents

includes Dr. Raymond B. Fosdick

Russell, Charles Edward, 1924-1927.
Box 162 [SCPC-2746]
Sa - Sel, 1921-1924.
Box 162 [SCPC-2746]
Scope and Contents

includes Helene Scheu - Riesz (Vienna, Austria); Rosika Schwimmer

Sh - Sm, 1921-1924.
Box 162 [SCPC-2746]
Scope and Contents

Albert Shepard (New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends); H. Josephine Shute (WCTU of California)

Sn - Sy, 1921-1924.
Box 162 [SCPC-2746]
Scope and Contents

includes Society to Eliminate Economic Causes of War; Southern Cooperative League for Education and Social Service; Rosika Schwimmer [items re: her citizenship case]

S, 1924-1928.
Box 162 [SCPC-2746]
Scope and Contents

includes F. Sigmund - Schultze; Annalee Stewart; Dr. Helene St�cker; H.M. Swanwick (Editor, Foreign Affairs, London, England)

S, 1924-1928.
Box 162 [SCPC-2746]
S, 1924-1928.
Box 163 [SCPC-2747]
Scope and Contents

includes Susan K. Selfridge (The Church League of the Isolated); Sesquicentennial International Exposition, Philadelphia (PA), 1926 (includes Friends' Sesqui - Centennial Commission, in charge of the exhibits); Daniel Smiley (Lake Mohonk Mountain House)

S, 1924-1929.
Box 163 [SCPC-2747]
Scope and Contents

includes Sesquicentennial International Exposition, Philadelphia (PA), 1926 (also Friends' Sesqui - Centennial Commission, in charge of the exhibits)

S, 1924-1929.
Box 163 [SCPC-2747]
Scope and Contents

includes Helene Scheu-Riesz

S, 1924-1928.
Box 163 [SCPC-2747]
Scope and Contents

includes Sesquicentennial Committee in Charge of The Exhibit on Friendship Between the Nations

S, 1924-1928.
Box 163 [SCPC-2747]
Scope and Contents

includes Esther Morton Smith

S, 1924-1928.
Box 163 [SCPC-2747]
Scope and Contents

includes Rev. Thomas Sykes (Central Friends Church, High Point, NC); Governor William Sweet (Denver, CO); William B. Spofford (The Church League for Industrial Democracy)

Saco [Maine] Council for Prevention of War, 1922-1923.
Box 164 [SCPC-2748]
Sayre, J. Nevin (Fellowship of Reconciliation; Committee on Militarism in Education) and Kathleen W. Sayre, 1924-1929.
Box 164 [SCPC-2748]
Scope and Contents

includes Reinhold Niebuhr

Scattergood, Margaret (Children From Many Lands, NCPW), 1924.
Box 164 [SCPC-2748]
Schwimmer, Rosika, 1924-1930.
Box 164 [SCPC-2748]
Smith, Rennie (National Council for Prevention of War, Great Britain), 1926-1928.
Box 164 [SCPC-2748]
Scope and Contents

includes mis-filed items: Governor William Sweet (Denver, CO), 1923 - 1924; Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions, Inc., 1927 - 1928

Stevens, Guy (Association of Producers of Petroleum in Mexico), 1927-1929.
Box 164 [SCPC-2748]
T, 1921-1924.
Box 164 [SCPC-2748]
T, 1924-1928.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
Scope and Contents

includes D. Elton Trueblood; Florence Taussig (WILPF)

T, 1924-1928.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
Scope and Contents

includes Helen Talboy (Club International, Geneva, Switzerland)

Taylor, Jacob H. (NCPW): letters/reports to FJL, etc., 1928.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
Scope and Contents

written mostly while in the west

Thomas, Dr. Augustus O. (Department of Education, Augusta, ME), 1924-1928.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
Thomas, Norman (League for Industrial Democracy), 1928.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
U, 1921-1925.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
Scope and Contents

includes United Christian Missionary Society; Union of Democratic Control; Scottish Foundation; Harriet Taylor Upton (Republican National Committee)

United Society of Christian Endeavor, 1921-1923.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
Utah Council for the Prevention of War, 1924-1929.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
V, 1921-1924.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
Scope and Contents

includes Baron von Plessen (German Embassy); Roy Veatch

V, 1924-1928.
Box 165 [SCPC-2749]
Scope and Contents

includes Baron von Plessen (German Embassy); Roy Veatch (The World Tomorow); includes names starting with U, including United Society of Christian Endeavor; Oswald Garrison Villard

Van der Voort, Carl: speaking engagements for FJL in Pittsburgh (PA), 1924-1928.
Box 166 [SCPC-2750]
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, 1921-1923.
Box 166 [SCPC-2750]
Wa - Wh, 1921-1924.
Box 166 [SCPC-2750]
Scope and Contents

includes War Department, U.S.; Winifred Chappell (The Methodist Federation for Social Service); Hon. John W. Weeks (U.S. Secretary of War); Beatrice Weller; Lydia G. Wentworth; Samuel P. Wetherill Jr.

Wa - Wu, 1921-1924.
Box 166 [SCPC-2750]
Scope and Contents

includes Woman's Foundation for World Concord; L. Hollingsworth Wood; Richard R. Wood (Peace Committee of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends); World Brotherhood Federation

Wh - Wit, 1921-1924.
Box 166 [SCPC-2750]
Scope and Contents

includes J. Paul Williams; Mabel C. Willard (Committee for International Reduction of Armament)

W, 1924-1928.
Box 166 [SCPC-2750]
Scope and Contents

Florence (Mrs. Arthur C.) Watkins (National Congress of Parents and Teachers); Otto Wagner (Dresden, Germany); E. Raymond Wilson; War Department, U.S.

W, 1924-1928.
Box 166 [SCPC-2750]
Scope and Contents

includes Grace Tower Warren (New York Yearly Meeting, Religious Society of Friends); Webster Groves Peace Council; Frances M. White

W, 1924-1928.
Box 166 [SCPC-2750]
Scope and Contents

includes White House; Alida E.S. (Mrs. Henry A.) Whitmarsh; Lydia G. Wentworth

W, 1924-1928.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Scope and Contents

includes Witmarsum Theological Seminary (re: All - Mennonite Convention); Mary E. Woolley (Mount Holyoke College); Myer Wise (No More War Society of Summit County, Akron, OH)

W, 1924-1928.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Scope and Contents

includes Arthur Charles Watkins; Florence (Mrs. Arthur C.) Watkins

W, 1924-1928.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Scope and Contents

includes Women's League of the United Synagogue of America

W, 1924-1928.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Scope and Contents

includes Amy Woods; War Resisters International; Myer Wise; Lydia G. Wentworth; Julia Grace Wales: mss. "Our Threatened Inheritance"

Wayfarers Travel Agency, 1922-1923.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Webster Groves Peace Council.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Scope and Contents

1 item

Webster, Mary Phillips, 1924-1929.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Scope and Contents

NCPW staff member?

Wharton, Susan P., 1924-1928.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Scope and Contents

includes Nov. 5, 1928 notification of her death and article re: the Susan Parrish Wharton Memorial in the April 23, 1930 Friends Intelligencer

White House, 1927-1928.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Wise, Rabbi Steven, 1924-1928.
Box 167 [SCPC-2751]
Woman's Christian Temperance Union [WCTU], 1921-1923.
Box 168 [SCPC-2752]
Woman's Christian Temperance Union [WCTU]: Branches, 1921-1923.
Box 168 [SCPC-2752]
Women's Committee for World Disarmament, 1921-1922.
Box 168 [SCPC-2752]
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF]: national office and Branches, 1921-1924.
Box 168 [SCPC-2752]
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF]: national office, 1924-1927.
Box 168 [SCPC-2752]
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF]: Branches (PA, NJ, NY), 1924-1929.
Box 168 [SCPC-2752]
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF]: Branches (PA), 1921-1923.
Box 168 [SCPC-2752]
Woman's Missionary Union of Friends in America, 1922-1923.
Box 168 [SCPC-2752]
W, 1921-1928.
Box 168a [SCPC-2752a]
Scope and Contents

includes organizations, 1921 - 1923 (Woman's Peace Society; Women's Peace Union; Western Hemisphere; Women's Peace Foundation); Mrs. Samuel B. Woodward, 1924 - 1928; L. Hollingsworth Wood

World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches, 1921-1923.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
Scope and Contents

includes Church Peace Union

World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches, 1924-1929.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
World Brotherhood Federation, 1924-1928.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
World Federation of Education Associations, 1921-1928.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
Scope and Contents

3 items; no correspondence

World Friendship Information Bureau and Clearing House, 1921-1923.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
World Peace Foundation, 1924-1929.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
Y - Z, 1921-1924.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
Scope and Contents

includes Stanley R. Yarnell (Friends' Peace Committee)

Y - Z, 1924-1928.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
Young Men's Christian Association [YMCA]: Branches, 1921-1923.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
Young Women's Christian Association [YWCA], 1921-1923.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
Young Women's Christian Association [YWCA]: Branches, 1921-1923.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
Young Women's Christian Association [YWCA]: national office and Branches, 1924-1928.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
Z, 1924-1928.
Box 169 [SCPC-2753]
A - American Friends Service Committee [AFSC]; B, 1929-1930.
Box 170 [SCPC-2754]
Scope and Contents

includes Church of the Brethren

Balch - Brannan, 1929-1930.
Box 170 [SCPC-2754]
C, 1929-1930.
Box 171 [SCPC-2755]
Committee on Militarism in Education - Department of State, U.S., 1929-1930.
Box 171 [SCPC-2755]
E - F; Elliott - Forbes, 1929-1930.
Box 172 [SCPC-2756]
Foreign Policy Association; G; Gulick, 1929-1930.
Box 172 [SCPC-2756]
H; Harper - Hazard, 1929-1930.
Box 173 [SCPC-2757]
I - K; Indiana Council on International Relations - Jacobs; L, 1929-1930.
Box 173 [SCPC-2757]
League of Nations Association - Luscomb; M, 1929-1930.
Box 174 [SCPC-2758]
Michener - National Board of the YWCA; N - O, 1929-1930.
Box 174 [SCPC-2758]
National Child Welfare Association - National League of Women Voters; P - R; Rockefeller, 1929-1930.
Box 175 [SCPC-2759]
S, 1929-1930.
Box 175 [SCPC-2759]
Sayre - Stockwell; T - W, 1929-1930.
Box 176 [SCPC-2760]
Watkins - World Peace Commission; Z, 1929-1930.
Box 176 [SCPC-2760]
A - Arnold - Forster; B, 1931-1933.
Box 177 [SCPC-2761]
B (cont.), 1931-1933.
Box 177 [SCPC-2761]
B (cont.); Barber - Brannan, 1929-1933.
Box 178 [SCPC-2762]
C; Committee on Militarism in Education - Colcord, 1931-1933.
Box 179 [SCPC-2763]
Crosby, 1931-1933.
Box 179 [SCPC-2763]
D - F, 1931-1933.
Box 180 [SCPC-2764]
Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America - Fradkin, 1931-1933.
Box 181 [SCPC-2765]
G, 1931-1933.
Box 182 [SCPC-2766]
General Conference, Religious Society of Friends - Gulick; H, 1931-1933.
Box 182 [SCPC-2766]
H (cont.), 1931-1933.
Box 183 [SCPC-2767]
H (cont.) - J; Jordan; K; Kimball, 1931-1933.
Box 183 [SCPC-2767]
L, 1931-1933.
Box 184 [SCPC-2768]
L (cont.); Lamont - League of Nations Union (British), 1931-1933.
Box 184 [SCPC-2768]
Libby - Luscomb; M, 1931-1933.
Box 185 [SCPC-2769]
M; MacMaster, 1931-1933.
Box 185 [SCPC-2769]
N; National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War (Carrie Chapman Catt, Chair), 1931-1933.
Box 186 [SCPC-2770]
National Council of Jewish Women - National World Court Committee, 1931-1933.
Box 186 [SCPC-2770]
O - P, 1931-1933.
Box 187 [SCPC-2771]
P; Page - Peace Heroes Memorial Society, 1931-1933.
Box 187 [SCPC-2771]
Pennsylvania Council of Churches - Post; Q, 1931-1933.
Box 188 [SCPC-2772]
R, 1931-1933.
Box 188 [SCPC-2772]
Rockefeller; S, 1931-1933.
Box 189 [SCPC-2773]
S (cont..), 1931-1933.
Box 189 [SCPC-2773]
Sayre - Strowbridge; T, 1931-1933.
Box 190 [SCPC-2774]
U - W; Union of Democratic Control; Van der Voort, 1931-1933.
Box 190 [SCPC-2774]
W, 1931-1933.
Box 191 [SCPC-2775]
W (cont.); War Resisters League - Webster, 1931-1933.
Box 191 [SCPC-2775]
Wilson - Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF]: International Office, 1931-1933.
Box 192 [SCPC-2776]
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF]: Massachusetts Branch and Pennsylvania Branch - Wood, 1931-1933.
Box 192 [SCPC-2776]
World Alliance for International Friendship - World Peace Youth Congress; X - Z; Yarnall - Young Men's Christian Association [YMCA], 1931-1933.
Box 193 [SCPC-2777]
A (A - M); Adult Education Council, Chicago; Addams, Jane - Allen, 1934-1936.
Box 194 [SCPC-2778]
Scope and Contents

Includes material on the Alabama Peace Society.

A; Am, 1934-1936.
Box 195 [SCPC-2779]
Scope and Contents

first name starts with N - Z; first name starts with A - G

American Academy of Political and Social Scientists - American Friends Service Committee [AFSC], 1934-1936.
Box 195 [SCPC-2779]
American Inter - Organization Council, Geneva, Switzerland; Am [first name starts with H - Z]; American League Against War and Fascism; B [first name starts with A - B], 1934-1936.
Box 196 [SCPC-2780]
B [first name starts with C - K], 1934-1936.
Box 197 [SCPC-2781]
B [first name starts with L - Z]; Be [first name starts with A - C], 1934-1936.
Box 198 [SCPC-2782]
Bixler; Be [first name starts with D - I, 1934-1936.
Box 199 [SCPC-2783]
Be [first name starts with J - Z], 1934-1936.
Box 200 [SCPC-2784]
Br [first name starts with A - B]; Brethren, Church of the, 1934-1936.
Box 201 [SCPC-2785]
Br [first name starts with C - E], 1934-1936.
Box 201 [SCPC-2785]
Br [first name starts with F - M], 1934-1936.
Box 202 [SCPC-2786]
Br [first name starts with N - S], 1934-1936.
Box 203 [SCPC-2787]
Br [first name starts with T - Z]; C [first name starts with A - C], 1934-1936.
Box 203 [SCPC-2787]
C [first name starts with D - Z], 1934-1936.
Box 204 [SCPC-2788]
Ch [first name starts with A - B]; Chace; Ch [first name starts with C - K], 1934-1936.
Box 205 [SCPC-2789]
Ch [first name starts with N - Z]; Cincinnati Peace League; Co [first name starts with A - B], 1934-1936.
Box 206 [SCPC-2790]
Co [first name starts with C], 1934-1936.
Box 207 [SCPC-2791]
Co [first name starts with D - I], 1934-1936.
Box 207 [SCPC-2791]
Co [first name starts with J - S]; Committee on Militarism in Education, 1934-1936.
Box 208 [SCPC-2792]
Co [first name starts with T - Z]; D [first name starts with A - G]; Darling, H.M., 1934-1936.
Box 209 [SCPC-2793]
D [first name starts with H - Z]; Des Moines Peace Council; Dexter, R., 1934-1936.
Box 210 [SCPC-2794]
Di [first name starts with A - S], 1934-1936.
Box 211 [SCPC-2795]
Di [first name starts with T - Z]; E [first name starts with A - K], 1934-1936.
Box 212 [SCPC-2796]
E [first name starts with L - Z]; English, M.; F [first name starts with A - C]; Federal Council Commission on Christian Education, 1934-1936.
Box 213 [SCPC-2797]
F [first name starts with D - I], 1934-1936.
Box 214 [SCPC-2798]
Fosdick, H.E., 1934-1936.
Box 214 [SCPC-2798]
F [first name starts with J - M]; Forbes, Mrs. J. Malcolm, 1934-1936.
Box 215 [SCPC-2799]
F [first name starts with N - S], 1934-1936.
Box 216 [SCPC-2800]
F [first name starts with T - Z]; G [first name starts with A - E], 1934-1936.
Box 216 [SCPC-2800]
G [first name starts with F - Z]; Georgia Peace Society, 1934-1936.
Box 217 [SCPC-2801]
Go [first name starts with A - C], 1934-1936.
Box 218 [SCPC-2802]
Go [first name starts with D - M], 1934-1936.
Box 218 [SCPC-2802]
Go [first name starts with N - Z]; H [first name starts with A - C]; Harris, Alan, 1934-1936.
Box 219 [SCPC-2803]
H [first name starts with D - E], 1934-1936.
Box 220 [SCPC-2804]
H [first name starts with F - K], 1934-1936.
Box 220 [SCPC-2804]
H [first name starts with L - Z]; Harvey, William; He [first name starts with A - C], 1934-1936.
Box 221 [SCPC-2805]
He [first name starts with D - I], 1934-1936.
Box 222 [SCPC-2806]
He [first name starts with J - Z], 1934-1936.
Box 222 [SCPC-2806]
Ho [first name starts with A - K], 1934-1936.
Box 223 [SCPC-2807]
Ho [first name starts with L - Z]; Hume, Samuel, 1934-1936.
Box 224 [SCPC-2808]
I [first name starts with A - E], 1934-1936.
Box 224 [SCPC-2808]
I [first name starts with F - Z]; International Peace Campaign; J [first name starts with A - C], 1934-1936.
Box 225 [SCPC-2809]
J [first name starts with D - K], 1934-1936.
Box 226 [SCPC-2810]
J[first name starts with L - S], 1934-1936.
Box 226 [SCPC-2810]
J [first name starts with T - Z]; K [first name starts with A - E]; Kimball, Chase, 1934-1936.
Box 227 [SCPC-2811]
K [first name starts with F - M], 1934-1936.
Box 228 [SCPC-2812]
K [first name starts with N - S]; Ki [first name starts with N - S], 1934-1936.
Box 228 [SCPC-2812]
K [first name starts with T - Z]; L [first name starts with A - E], 1934-1936.
Box 229 [SCPC-2813]
L [first name starts with F - S]; Levering, Miriam, 1934-1936.
Box 230 [SCPC-2814]
League of Nations Association/s (local and national); League of Nations societies (Europe and New Zealand); League of Nations Union, Great Britain; L [first name starts with T - Z]; Li [first name starts with A - E]; Lilienthal, Mrs. Ernest, 1934-1936.
Box 231 [SCPC-2815]
Li [first name starts with F - Z]; M [first name starts with A - B], 1934-1936.
Box 232 [SCPC-2816]
M [first name starts with C]; Mc [first name starts with D - E], 1934-1936.
Box 233 [SCPC-2817]
M [first name starts with D - I]; Mc [first name starts with H - I], 1934-1936.
Box 233 [SCPC-2817]
Mc [first name starts with N - S]; Mc [first name starts with J - K]; M [first name starts with J - K]; Mc [first name starts with L - M]; M [first name starts with L - S], 1934-1936.
Box 234 [SCPC-2818]
Mc [first name starts with T - Z]; M [first name starts with T - Z], 1934-1936.
Box 235 [SCPC-2819]
Me [first name starts with A - G]; Mid - West Council on International Relations, 1934-1936.
Box 235 [SCPC-2819]
Me [first name starts with H - Z]; Mead, Lucia Ames; Mehus, O.; Mo [first name starts with A - B], 1934-1936.
Box 236 [SCPC-2820]
Munsell, A., 1934-1936.
Box 236 [SCPC-2820]
Mo [first name starts with C - Z], 1934-1936.
Box 237 [SCPC-2821]
N [first name starts with A - C]; National Board, YWCA - National Council of Women, 1934-1936.
Box 238 [SCPC-2822]
N [first name starts with D - E], 1934-1936.
Box 239 [SCPC-2823]
N [first name starts with F - K]; New History Society and Junior Caravan; New Jersey Joint Council on International Relations, 1934-1936.
Box 239 [SCPC-2823]
N [first name starts with L - Z]; O [first name starts with A - B], 1934-1936.
Box 240 [SCPC-2824]
O [first name starts with C], 1934-1936.
Box 240 [SCPC-2824]
O [first name starts with D - Z]; Open Forum Speakers Bureau; P [first name starts with A - B]; Price, 1934-1936.
Box 241 [SCPC-2825]
P [first name starts with C - I], 1934-1936.
Box 242 [SCPC-2826]
Peace Heroes Memorial Society, 1934-1936.
Box 242 [SCPC-2826]
P [first name starts with J - S]; Pope, Senator James, 1934-1936.
Box 243 [SCPC-2827]
P [first name starts with N - Z]; Q [first name starts with A - Z]; R [first name starts with A - E], 1934-1936.
Box 244 [SCPC-2828]
R [first name starts with F - G], 1934-1936.
Box 245 [SCPC-2829]
R [first name starts with H - Z]; Riley, Rev. William, 1934-1936.
Box 245 [SCPC-2829]
Ro [first name starts with A - G], 1934-1936.
Box 246 [SCPC-2830]
Ro [first name starts with H - I], 1934-1936.
Box 246 [SCPC-2830]
Ro [first name starts with J - Z]; S [first name starts with A - E], 1934-1936.
Box 247 [SCPC-2831]
S [first name starts with F - S]; Sayre, J. Nevin, 1934-1936.
Box 248 [SCPC-2832]
S [first name starts with T - Z]; Se [first name starts with A - C], 1934-1936.
Box 249 [SCPC-2833]
Shain, C.; Se [first name starts with D - G] [includes French translation of Arms and the Men by E. Shellenberg, and relevant correspondence], 1934-1936.
Box 249 [SCPC-2833]
Se [first name starts with H - Z]; Sharp, W., 1934-1936.
Box 250 [SCPC-2834]
Sm [first name starts with A - K], 1934-1936.
Box 251 [SCPC-2835]
Sm [first name starts with L - M], 1934-1936.
Box 251 [SCPC-2835]
Sm [first name starts with N - Z]; St [first name starts with A - E]; State Department, U.S.; Sward, E., 1934-1936.
Box 252 [SCPC-2836]
St [first name starts with F - G], 1934-1936.
Box 253 [SCPC-2837]
St [first name starts with H - M], 1934-1936.
Box 253 [SCPC-2837]
St [first name starts with N - Z]; Swedish peace organizations; T [first name starts with A - C], 1934-1936.
Box 254 [SCPC-2838]
T [first name starts with D - G], 1934-1936.
Box 255 [SCPC-2839]
T [first name starts with H - M], 1934-1936.
Box 255 [SCPC-2839]
Correspondence, T [first name starts with N - Z]; U - V [first name starts with A - I], 1934-1936.
Box 256 [SCPC-2840]
U - V [first name starts with J - Z], 1934-1936.
Box 257 [SCPC-2841]
W [first name starts with A - C], 1934-1936.
Box 257 [SCPC-2841]
W [first name starts with D - K]; War Department, U.S.; White House (Franklin D. Roosevelt), 1934-1936.
Box 258 [SCPC-2842]
W [first name starts with L - M]; We [first name starts with L - M], 1934-1936.
Box 259 [SCPC-2843]
Weyl, Maurice; W [first name starts with N - Z], 1934-1936.
Box 259 [SCPC-2843]
Wi [first name starts with A - E]; World Alliance for International Friendship; Wo [first name starts with D - E], 1934-1936.
Box 260 [SCPC-2844]
Wi [first name starts with F - M]; Wilson, Harley, 1934-1936.
Box 261 [SCPC-2845]
Wo [first name starts with L - M], 1934-1936.
Box 261 [SCPC-2845]
Wi [first name starts with N - Z]; World Peace Foundation - World Union of Women for International Concord, 1934-1936.
Box 262 [SCPC-2846]
X - Z [first name starts with A - S]; Young, Bradford, 1934-1936.
Box 263 [SCPC-2847]
X - Z [first name starts with T - Z]; YWCA, 1934-1936.
Box 263 [SCPC-2847]
A - Al [first name starts with A - I]; Am - Az [first name starts with A - G]; American Friends Service Committee [AFSC]; Ba - Be [first name starts with A - C]; Be - Bo [first name starts with A - C]; Bliven - Boss, 1937-1939.
Box 264 [SCPC-2848]
Br - By [first name starts with A - M]; Brethren, Church of the; Burdick, F., 1937-1939.
Box 265 [SCPC-2849]
Br - By [first name starts with N - S], 1937-1939.
Box 265 [SCPC-2849]
Br [first name starts with T - Z]; Ca - Ce [first name starts with A - Z], 1937-1939.
Box 266 [SCPC-2850]
Ch - Cl [first name starts with A - I], 1937-1939.
Box 267 [SCPC-2851]
Ch - Cl [first name starts with J - Z]; Co - Cz [first name starts with A - E], 1937-1939.
Box 267 [SCPC-2851]
Co - Cz [first name starts with F - Z], 1937-1939.
Box 268 [SCPC-2852]
Da - Dh [first name starts with A - I], 1937-1939.
Box 269 [SCPC-2853]
Da - Dh [first name starts with I - Z], 1937-1939.
Box 269 [SCPC-2853]
Di - Dz [first name starts with A - Z]; E [first name starts with A - E], 1937-1939.
Box 270 [SCPC-2854]
E [first name starts with F - Z]; F [first name starts with A - Z]; French - Fisher, 1937-1939.
Box 271 [SCPC-2855]
Forbes - Foreign Policy Association, 1937-1939.
Box 272 [SCPC-2856]
Freeman; Ga - Gl [first name starts with A - Z]; Go - Gz [first name starts with A - Z]; Gold Star Mothers - Gray, Phillip, 1937-1939.
Box 272 [SCPC-2856]
Ha, He - Hi, Ho - Hy [first name starts with A - Z]; Hunt, S. Foster; I [first name starts with A - Z]; J [first name starts with A - M], 1937-1939.
Box 273 [SCPC-2857]
J [first name starts with N - Z]; K [first name starts with A - Z]; L [first name starts with A - Z]; Lantz, Elizabeth - Ludlow, Senator Louis; Li [first name starts with A - Z], 1937-1939.
Box 274 [SCPC-2858]
M [first name starts with A - Z]; Maverick, Maury, 1937-1939.
Box 275 [SCPC-2859]
Me - Mi [first name starts with A - Z]; Mo [first name starts with A - Z]; Morgan, Laura Puffer; N [first name starts with A - K], 1937-1939.
Box 275 [SCPC-2859]
N (L - Z); National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs - National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods; O [first name starts with A - Z]; P [first name starts with A - M], 1937-1939.
Box 276 [SCPC-2860]
P [first name starts with N - Z]; Q [first name starts with A - Z]; Ra - Ri [first name starts with A - M], 1937-1939.
Box 276 [SCPC-2860]
Ra - Ri [first name starts with N - Z]; Rivers; Ro - Ry [first name starts with A - Z] Sa - Sc [first name starts with A - Z]; Sayre; Se - Sl [first name starts with A - M], 1937-1939.
Box 277 [SCPC-2861]
Se - Sl [first name starts with N - Z]; Sm - Sr [first name starts with A - I]; Speakman, J., 1937-1939.
Box 277 [SCPC-2861]
Sm - Sr [first name starts with J - Z]; St - Sy [first name starts with A - Z]; State Department, U.S.; T [first name starts with A - Z]; Thomas - Topping; U - V [first name starts with A - Z]; Wa - Wh [first name starts with A - C], 1937-1939.
Box 278 [SCPC-2862]
Wa - Wh [first name starts with D - I], 1937-1939.
Box 279 [SCPC-2863]
Wa - Wh [first name starts with J - Z]; War Resisters League - White, William; Wi - Wy [first name starts with A - Z]; World Peaceways, Inc.; X - Z [first name starts with A - Z], 1937-1939.
Box 279 [SCPC-2863]
A [first name starts with A - Z]; Am [first name starts with A - E]; Andrae, E. - American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), 1940-1945.
Box 280 [SCPC-2864]
Armstrong, D. - Anthony, H.; Am [first name starts with F - Z], 1940-1945.
Box 280 [SCPC-2864]
B [first name starts with A - Z]; Babbot, F. - Bancroft, P.; Be [first name starts with A - E]; Behre - Bixler, 1940-1945.
Box 281 [SCPC-2865]
Be [first name starts with F - K]; Boldt, H.; Benjamin, J., 1940-1945.
Box 281 [SCPC-2865]
Be [first name starts with L - Z]; Bevilacqua - Broyes, B.; Br [first name starts with A - M]; Breed, E. - Briggs, M., 1940-1945.
Box 282 [SCPC-2866]
Brooks, Lawrence - Broughton, Nicholas; Br [first name starts with N - S], 1940-1945.
Box 282 [SCPC-2866]
Birdsall; Br [first name starts with T - Z]; C [first name starts with A - Z]; Carhart; Ch [first name starts with A - Z]; Clapper; Co [first name starts with A - G]; Cordian, A. - Cowles, G., 1940-1945.
Box 283 [SCPC-2867]
Co [first name starts with H - K]; Creed, H. - "Conscientious Objector", 1940-1945.
Box 284 [SCPC-2868]
Co [first name starts with L - Z]; Cotton, J. - Cope, W.; D [first name starts with A - E]; Davis - Dehn, 1940-1945.
Box 284 [SCPC-2868]
D [first name starts with F - Z]; Dennis, L. - Davison, W., 1940-1945.
Box 285 [SCPC-2869]
Di [first name starts with A - Z]; Dunn; E [first name starts with A - C]; Edwards, 1940-1945.
Box 285 [SCPC-2869]
Elkinton, A. - Eisendrath, O.; E [first name starts with D - Z]; F [first name starts with A - C]; Fowler, 1940-1945.
Box 286 [SCPC-2870]
F [first name starts with D - I]; Fridell, E. - Fey, H., 1940-1945.
Box 286 [SCPC-2870]
Fisher, H. - General Alliance of Unitarian Women; F [first name starts with J - Z]; G [first name starts with A - C], 1940-1945.
Box 287 [SCPC-2871]
G [first name starts with D - G], 1940-1945.
Box 287 [SCPC-2871]
G [first name starts with H - Z]; Gannett; Go [first name starts with A - Z]; Gannett, W. - Griffin, V., 1940-1945.
Box 288 [SCPC-2872]
Ha [first name starts with A - Z], 1940-1945.
Box 288 [SCPC-2872]
H [first name starts with A - Z]; Hamlin, C. - Harris, W.; He [first name starts with A - C], 1940-1945.
Box 289 [SCPC-2873]
He [first name starts with D - S]; Hesse, P., 1940-1945.
Box 290 [SCPC-2874]
He, [first name starts with T - Z]; Hilliard, W.; Ho [first name starts with A - Z]; Holt, H. - Hunter, S., 1940-1945.
Box 290 [SCPC-2874]
I [first name starts with A - Z]; Ingersoll, R.; J [first name starts with A - I]; Johnson, C. - Jones, E.; Jervey, C., 1940-1945.
Box 291 [SCPC-2875]
J [first name starts with J - Z]; Jones, M. - Kimball, Chase; K [first name starts with A - C], 1940-1945.
Box 291 [SCPC-2875]
Klingberg, E. - Kneeland, I.; K [first name starts with D - S], 1940-1945.
Box 292 [SCPC-2876]
K [first name starts with T - Z]; Kistner, T.; Lantz, E.; L [first name starts with A - G], 1940-1945.
Box 292 [SCPC-2876]
L [first name starts with H - Z]; Leeds - Lingelbach, W.; Ma [first name starts with A - T], 1940-1945.
Box 293 [SCPC-2877]
Me [first name starts with A - K]; Mills, C., 1940-1945.
Box 293 [SCPC-2877]
Me [first name starts with L - Z]; Mo - Mu [first name starts with A - G]; Mehus, O. - Morgan, D., 1940-1945.
Box 294 [SCPC-2878]
Mock, F.C. - Murray, F.J., 1940-1945.
Box 294 [SCPC-2878]
Mo [first name starts with H - Z]; Mooney, J. - Oldham, A.; N [first name starts with A - Z]; O [first name starts with A - I], 1940-1945.
Box 295 [SCPC-2879]
O [first name starts with J - Z]; Olmsted, Mildred Scott; Palmer, A., 1940-1945.
Box 296 [SCPC-2880]
P [first name starts with A - S]; Price, A. - Peace Now Movement, 1940-1945.
Box 296 [SCPC-2880]
P [first name starts with T - Z]; Probst, J.E., 1940-1945.
Box 297 [SCPC-2881]
Potts, T. - Ryan, A.; Q [first name starts with A - Z]; R [first name starts with A - Z]; S [first name starts with A - C], 1940-1945.
Box 297 [SCPC-2881]
S [first name starts with D - S]; Saleskie - Schellenberg, Mamie, 1940-1945.
Box 298 [SCPC-2882]
Scattergood, Maria - Speakman, J.; S [first name starts with T - Z]; Se [first name starts with A - Z]; Sm [first name starts with A - K], 1940-1945.
Box 298 [SCPC-2882]
Sm [first name starts with L - Z]; St [first name starts with A - C]; Smith - Stafford, 1940-1945.
Box 299 [SCPC-2883]
St [first name starts with D - S]; Stinger - Stokes, 1940-1945.
Box 299 [SCPC-2883]
St [first name starts with T - Z]; T [first name starts with A - M]; Taylor - Torpats, 1940-1945.
Box 300 [SCPC-2884]
T [first name starts with N - Z]; U - V [first name starts with A - Z]; Thomas - Villard, 1940-1945.
Box 300 [SCPC-2884]
W [first name starts with A - I]; Watkins - Welch, 1940-1945.
Box 301 [SCPC-2885]
W [first name starts with J - Z]; Wi [first name starts with A - E]; Welles - World Alliance for International Friendship, 1940-1945.
Box 301 [SCPC-2885]
Wi [first name starts with F - Z]; X - Z [first name starts with A - Z]; Wilcox - Womer, 1940-1945.
Box 302 [SCPC-2886]
Ab - Al; Abbott - Ahrens, 1946-1950.
Box 303 [SCPC-2887]
Am - Ba; Ahrens - Baade, 1946-1950.
Box 303 [SCPC-2887]
Be - Bo; Babbot - Boeker, 1946-1950.
Box 304 [SCPC-2888]
Boeker [writings], 1946-1950.
Box 304 [SCPC-2888]
Br - Ca; Bofman - Cadbury, 1946-1950.
Box 305 [SCPC-2889]
Campbell - Capper, 1946-1950.
Box 305 [SCPC-2889]
Ce - Cov; Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors - Cornell, A., 1946-1950.
Box 306 [SCPC-2890]
Cr - Cu; Cornell, J. - Cromwell, 1946-1950.