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Friends Committee on National Legislation Records

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The Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) had its roots in the Friends War Problems Committee (FWPC), which worked in 1940 with government officials who were responsible for drafting the Selective Training and Service Act. The fact that provisions for religious conscientious objectors in this legislation were broader than those of the earlier Conscription Act was due in great part to the perseverence of the FWPC. With the increasing emergence of post-war problems relating to the securing of a just and durable peace, the concern arose among Friends that a broad-based organization for dealing with them was needed. This led to a meeting convened in Richmond, Indiana, on June 11, 1943, at which the FCNL was established. A General Committee was set up, with three members selected from the various Yearly Meetings and additional members representing Friends' organizations around the country. It appointed its own Executive Committee. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the FCNL's first Executive Secretary was E. Raymond Wilson. In 1962 he became Secretary Emeritus, and Edward Snyder, who had been serving as Legislative Secretary, took his place.

The FCNL is still active (in 2009). working on such issues as preventing war, Iraq, banning cluster bombs, nuclear disarmament, immigration, Native American rights, and protecting the environment. Its web site may be accessed at http://www.fcnl.org/index.htm.

Chiefly correspondence and reference files including materials about and correspondence with other organizations including American Friends Service Committee, A Quaker Action Group, Friends Coordinating Committee on Peace, and other organizations of the Society of Friends; information on Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, Committee for Nonviolent Action, Consultative Peace Council, Federal Council of Churches (later National Council of Churches), Fellowship of Reconciliation, National Council for Prevention of War, National Peace Conference, National Service Board for Religious Objectors, SANE, and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom; material of and relating to FCNL staff members including E. Raymond Wilson, Edward F. Snyder, George I. Bliss, Wilmer A. Cooper, Jeanette Hadley, Charles H. Harker, and Frances E. Neely; records and correspondence of several affiliated committees including Friends Committee on Legislation of Northern California (organized in 1952), Friends Committee on Legislation, Southern California Section, and Illinois-Wisconsin Friends Committee on Legislation.

Includes reference files relating to disarmament, conscription, universal military training, conscientious objection, pacifism, United Nations, Vietnam war, civil liberties, civil rights, food supply, and Indian rights. Correspondents include Stephen L. Angell, Emile Benoit, Charles J. Darlington, Thomas A. Foulke, Paul Comly French, Hugh B. Hester, Dorothy H. Hutchinson, J. Stuart Innerst, Homer A. Jack, Samuel R. Levering, Mary Cushing Niles, Philip Noel-Baker, Victor Paschkis, Lawrence Scott, Annalee Stewart, John M. Swomley, and George Willoughby.

Some series have more detailed box lists available as a PDF.

The early material from FCNL, arranged under the supervision of FCNL staff person, Jeanette Hadley, was sent to the SCPC in 1951. Subsequent accessions were added to the collection without rearrangement by SCPC staff. A very detailed checklist, including much historical background, was created by E. Raymond Wilson and is available at the SCPC for viewing. The online checklist is an attempt to interpret Wilson's somewhat confusing listing of series/boxes/folders; there may be some mistakes accordingly. It should be noted that later accessions do not follow the same Series outline.

Records of the Race Street Draft Committee (1939-1940) and the Friends War Problems Committee (1940-1943), and material from the Civilian Public Service Fund Committee of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (1941-1946) were removed to other collections.

Bound volumes of meeting minutes, newsletters, mailings and other material from the national office of FCNL (1966-current), and from the California FCL, are stored in the Periodical Collection. They will be incorporated into the FCNL Records collection when shelf space is available. Accessions of records received after 19885 are listed at the end of this finding aid, in order of receipt. These materials are unprocessed.

This entry replaces MS 60-2198.

Deposited by the Friends Committee on National Legislation, 1951 and after.

The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these records.

Gift of FCNL staff, 1951-current.

Mostly processed by E. Raymond Wilson and other FCNL staffpersons; online checklist created by Anne Yoder (Archivist), May 2009.

  1. Photographs removed to the Photograph Collection
  2. Audiocassette tapes made by E. Raymond Wilson removed to the Audiovisual Collection
  3. Financial Ledgers (1943-1944, 1944-1945, 1945-1946, 1946-1948, 1978) removed to the Scrapbook Collection
  4. 4 Documents - The Ascendency of the Military in American Life" by National Council Against Conscription and ERW removed from Series D, Box 89
  5. Seven pieces of material on Investigation of the National Defense Program under S. Res. 71 removed from Series D, Box 89
  6. Tristram Coffin - Washington Watch, published by Business Executives Move (BEM), Numbers 1-36, February 6-October 15, 1968; Numbers 37-72, October 22, 1968-March 5, 1970; Numbers 73-108, March 19, 1970-August 19, 1971 transferred to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection files

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The collection is open for research use.

All or part of this collection is stored off-site. Contact Swarthmore College Peace Collection staff at peacecollection@swarthmore.edu at least two weeks in advance of visit to request boxes.

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Collection Inventory

Arrangement

The correspondence in this series is arranged first chronologically and then alphabetically within each year with other administrative documents throughout.

Organizational meeting, Richmond (Indiana), June 11-12, 1943.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Minutes of annual meetings, 1944-1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Minutes of annual meetings, 1949-1952.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Meeting minutes of the Executive Committee, June 1943-1945.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Meeting minutes of the Executive Committee, 1946-1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Meeting minutes of the Executive Committee, 1948-1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Meeting minutes of the Executive Committee, 1950-1952.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
History; policy decisions, etc., 1944-1974.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Legislative policy statements, 1943-1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Legislative policy statements, 1950-1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Legislative policy statements, 1960-1969.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Legislative policy statements, 1970-1074.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1
Lists of officers, committee members, area chairs, etc., 1943-1966.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1a
Financial records: budget and expense reports, fundraising, 1943-1945.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1a
Financial records: fund appeals to Monthly Meetings, circa 1943-1944.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1a
Financial records: audit reports, 1946-1947; 1949-1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1a
Correspondence etc. of Thomas Foulke, 1943-1944.
Box DG 047: Series A: 1a
Executive Committee and Annual Meetings: meeting minutes, 1953.
Box DG 047: Series A: 2
Scope and Contents

Includes reports

Administration and Policy Committee.
Box DG 047: Series A: 2
Employees Trust Fund.
Box DG 047: Series A: 2
Correspondence, 1943.
Box DG 047: Series A: 3
Correspondence: A-F, 1944.
Box DG 047: Series A: 4
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Reed Cary, Harold and Waneta Chance, Civilian Public Service (CPS), Edward W. Evans, Federal Council of Churches, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Thomas A. Foulke, Paul Comly French

Correspondence: G-Z, 1944.
Box DG 047: Series A: 5
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: George Hallett, Rufus Jones, Orie Miller, John Nason, Ray Newton, J. Barnard Walton, Richard Wood, E. Raymond Wilson

Members' replies (indicating viewpoints).
Box DG 047: Series A: 5
Policy Committee; correspondence re: policies.
Box DG 047: Series A: 5
Correspondence: A-F, 1945.
Box DG 047: Series A: 6
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: American Friends Service Committee, Gerald Bailey, Emily Green Balch, Clark Eichelberger, Richard Evans, Paul Furnas, Germask CPS Camp, Federal Council of Churches, Fellowship of Reconciliation

Correspondence: G-Z, 1945.
Box DG 047: Series A: 7
Releases (administrative and legislative), 1943-1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 8
Releases (administrative, legislative, press, congressional), 1956-1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 9
Memoranda on UMT, 1947-1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 9
Resolutions against UMT (handbook), 1945-1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 9
Administrative, legislative, press, and general committee releases, 1956-1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 9a
Fact sheets, 1960-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 9a
Vietnam, 1965-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 9a
20th Anniversary, 1963.
Box DG 047: Series A: 10
Philadelphia Area Workshop, June 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 10
Workshop on FCNL Organization and Action, March 19-21, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 10
National Conference on FCNL [10th Anniversary], June 1953.
Box DG 047: Series A: 10
Seminar on Agriculture, 1950-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 10
Miscellaneous conferences, seminars and workshops, 1950-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 10
Serial publications, action sheets, etc., 1947-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 11
FCNL Memo, 1954-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 11
Action Sheet on Conscription, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 11
Literature, 1943.
Box DG 047: Series A: 11a
Staff studies, 1961-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 11a
Voting Records of the 87th Congress.
Box DG 047: Series A: 11a
Friends Committee on Legislation of California: meeting minutes (Southern California), 1952-1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 12
Scope and Contents

[or box 81?

Friends Committee on Legislation of California: meeting minutes (Northern California), 1952-1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 12
Scope and Contents

[or box 81?

Friends Committee on Legislation of California: statements, 1952-1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 13
Scope and Contents

[or box 82?

Friends Committee on Legislation of California: newsletters and action bulletins (Northern and Southern California), 1952-1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 13
Scope and Contents

[or box 82?

Friends Committee on Legislation of California: releases and literature, etc. (Northern California), 1952-1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 13
Scope and Contents

[or box 82?

Friends Committee on Legislation of California: miscellaneous (Northern and Southern California), 1953-1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 13
Scope and Contents

[or box 82?

Friends Committee on Legislation of California: article on area office by E. Raymond Wilson.
Box DG 047: Series A: 13a
Scope and Contents

[or box 83?

Friends Committee on Legislation of California: statements,, 1965-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 13a
Scope and Contents

[or box 83?

Friends Committee on Legislation of California: newsletters and action bulletins (Northern and Southern California), 1952-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 13a
Scope and Contents

[or box 83?

Friends Committee on Legislation of California: releases and literature, etc. (Northern and Southern California), 1965-.
Box DG 047: Series A: 13a
Scope and Contents

[or box 83?

Illinois-Wisconsin Friends Committee on Legislation: meeting minutes, 1957-1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 14
Scope and Contents

[or box 84?

Illinois-Wisconsin Friends Committee on Legislation: newsletters, 1957-1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 14
Illinois-Wisconsin Friends Committee on Legislation: miscellaneous, 1957-1964 some undated.
Box DG 047: Series A: 14
Congressional resolutions; legislative proposals, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Part of checklist missing for this box prior to the following listings.

Correspondence, 1944.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Distribution of newsletter #44-48, November 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
National Peace Conference: correspondence and meeting minutes, December 1945 - November 1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Registration as lobbyists, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Budget and policies, 1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: reappraisal of legislative policies; visit to Senator Willis.

Consultative Peace Council: meeting minutes, 1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Retirement Plan, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
American Friends Service Committee, 1942-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Peace Section meeting minutes (1942), C.O. Frozen Fund, CPS men in guinea pig experiments, CPS men in AFSC foreign service work, conscription bill, interview with Phileo Nash, UMT, prosecution of strikers at Glendora CPS Camp, various congressional bills, James Read and Gilbert White visiting Germany, immigration cases of Email Auspitz and the Leng family, immigration and naturalization statistics, post-war recovery, Sgt. Lewis Price (who stuck to his C.O. position while in the army for four years)

A-D, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Charles Boss, James Bristol, Earlham College, Harold Evans, Thomas Foulke, Harrop Freeman, Paul Comly French, Honolulu Friends Service Committee, death of Aaron Napier (former member of FCNL Committee)

Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: A.J. Muste, amnesty for C.O.s, world government

Federal Council of Churches, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Walter Van Kirk

G-I, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: food packages to Germany, Claims Commission for Japanese-Americans, Grover Hartman, Betty Jacob, UNNRA appropriations bill, Voorkis bill, release of C.O.s in Great Britain

L-Mc, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Hon. Philip La Follette, Senator Robert La Follette, world organization, feeding and reconstruction, Miriam Levering, Mary McDowell

N, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: conscription voting record, Quakers in Congress, food parcels to Germany, Austria and Japan,, John Nason, National Peace Conference, world disarmament, National Mental Health Program

National Council Against Conscription, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: UMT, the draft, Conscription News, recommendation to Nobel Prize Committee regarding Emily Green Balch, Devere Allen and Norman Thomas on peacetime conscription

O-R, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Ted Olena, Mildred Scott Olmsted, Robert Patterson, Presbyterian Church, feeding Germany and Japan, Clarence Pickett

S-W, 1945-1946.
Box DG 047: Series A: 15
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Emily Parker Simon, misconduct of American troops, sending workers to Eastern Europe as farmers etc., Norman Thomas, Fred Tolles, Senator Millard Tydings, Senator Kenneth Wherry, UMT, disarmament campaign

American Friends Service Committee Branches, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
American Friends Service Committee Draft Service: Glendora CPS strike, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
American Friends Service Committee Foreign Service Section, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
American Friends Service Committee: Elmore Jackson, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: UNICEF and relief bill, UMT, Norman Thomas, National Planning Association, conscription

American Friends Service Committee Peace Section, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: foreign student seminars, UMT, American Legion

American Friends Service Committee: correspondence between Richard K. Bennett and Martha Rossiter re: UMT, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
American Friends Service Committee: Clarence Pickett, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
American Friends Service Committee: publicity; general, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Frank Aydelotte testimony, Fulbright Act, justice for Japanese-Americans

A-B, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Devere Allen, Japanese Exclusion Act,, UMT, "Jim Crow" in the army, Church of the Brethren/Brethren Service Committee

C, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Henry Cadbury, AFSC's winning of Nobel Peace Prize, UMT, legislation re: refugees, Julien Cornell's analysis of National Security Training Bill, Disciples of Christ, Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons

Consultative Peace Council, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Glendora CPS Camp strike, efforts to change CPS administration

Bailey, Lloyd: diary, August - October 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: attendance at meetings and conferences

D, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: William C. Dennis, conscription funding, UMT, Dolliver bill, displaced persons legislation, Japanese and German prisoners of war

E, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Kermit Eby, minimum wage legislation, President's Commission on Universal Training, J. Passmore Elkinton, amnesty for C.O.s, Dolliver naturalization bill, relief bill, editorials, Harold Evans

F, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Federal Council of Churches, Richard Fagley, displaced persons bill, Walter Van Kirk, UMT, field work in State College (PA) area, military aid to Greece and Turkey, interviews of Congressmen, Thomas A. Foulke, Leslie Frazer, Paul Comly French, Dolliver bill, frozen fund

Fellowship of Reconciliation: hearings on arming Latin America, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: John Nevin Sayre, Muriel Lester, Ernest Galaza, A.J. Muste, Norman Thomas, Percy Bartlett, surplus of potatoes, United Nations and human rights

G-I, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 16
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: William Green, American Federation of Labor, National Peace Conference, world trade, UMT, John Swomley, Frances Witherspoon

J-L, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: relief for Poland, UMT, amnesty for C.O.s, German internees on Ellis Island, Japanese American Evacuation Claims bill, Finnish debt

Levering: AFSC hearing on UMT before President's Commission, January 4, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Mills: Yearly Meeting Peace Conference, January 14, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
National organizations, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: mental health, mercy killing, federal aid for education

Newton, Ray, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Prisoners of war, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
O-P, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
R-S, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Claude C. Shotts, Friends Temperance Association, Calib Smith, bill for preserving Selective Service records, amnesty, Subcommittee on Conscription, Disarmament and Rights of Conscience

T-V, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Howard Taylor, League of Six Nations, United Christian Youth Movement, UMT, Young Friends Conference, Edward Thomas, displaced persons, Frederick Tolles, freeze on import of wool, relief for Rumania, Willard Uphaus, Senator Arthur Vandenberg, immigration, tax law

Subcommittee on World Organization and World Government, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: United Nations, world government, Geneva Convention on outlawing bacteriological warfare

Washington Seminar, January 12-14, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
W-Z, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Scope and Contents

Includes War Department, UMT, rocket bombs, Eldora League of Women Voters, trade agreements, civilian relief fund, use of national guard in labor disputes

State Department, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Subcommittee on Food and Relief, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Prisoners of war, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
Wood, Richard, 1947.
Box DG 047: Series A: 17
A-B, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Ellen Starr Brinton re: $10,000 grant from Rockefeller for cataloging the Swarthmore College Peace Collection library

American Friends Service Committee Foreign Service Section, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Steve Cary testimony, immigration, Dr. Ayusawa, prisoners of war

American Friends Service Committee Foreign Service Section, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: crisis in Germany, frozen fund, Finnish debt bill, displaced persons

American Friends Service Committee Peace Section, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: UMT experiment at Fort Knox, Quaker Conference on Conscription, collaboration with communists

American Friends Service Committee: Clarence Pickett, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: bearing of arms for naturalization, Stratton bill on displaced persons, tax exemption

Brethren Service Committee, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: poster re: UMT, Dan West

C-D, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Tarao Takabushi, Northern Baptist Convention, world peace movement, Julien Cornell, Selective Service Act of 1948, C.O.s, Barsky case, UMT, World Health Organization

Consultative Peace Council: goals; meeting minutes, January 20, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Dennis, William C., 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: cooperation with communists, Joachim Jaenicke, Dolliver bill, Mundt-Nixon bill, UMT, Condon case in House Un-American Activities Committee

E-G, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: UMT, Henry Ford II, Dutton Peterson as FCNL lobbyist, Harrop Freeman, Paul Comly French, Nelson Fuson

Federal Council of Churches, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: action against "Jim Crow" in the army, amnesty for C.O.s

H-J, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Francis B. Hall, UMT, Byron Haworth, Dolliver bill, anti-lynching legislation, Guy F. Hershberger, China, Dorothy Hutchinson, tax exemption, Rufus M. Jones (death on June 16, 1948), testimony before Democratic Platform Committee and Progressive Platform Committee, peacetime economy

M-N, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Dolliver bill, Japanese-American legislation, United Nations, UMT, Phileo Nash

National Education Association, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
National organizations: UMT hearings, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: United World Federalists

O-R, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: UMT

Platform Committee, New Party Convention: Satterthwaite statement, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Bailey, C. Lloyd: trips for FCNL, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Churchmen's Conference, April 6-7, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Origins of FCNL; statement of purpose, 1943.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Statements on Legislative Policy, 1947-1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Whiskey and bread advertisements and testimony, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
Testimony, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 18
S, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Willis Satterthwaite, F.F. Sharpless, Christian Science Church refusal to support C.O.s, John Swomley

Stewart, Annalee and Alexander, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: UMT (both work for FCNL on this), first woman (Annalee) to offer prayer in House of Representatives, June 9, 1948

T-V, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: language in law re: C.O.s, Howard G. Taylor, Iroquoia Confederacy, Dolliver bill, Norman Thomas, John Swomley, income tax laws, Oswald Garrison Villard ordered to Battle Creek Sanitarium

W, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Sac and Fox Indian tribes in Iowa, Frances Rose Ransom (War Resisters League), conscientious objection in United Nations Bill of Rights, interview with Speaker of the House (Joseph Martin) re: war hysteria and UMT, world reconstruction, UMT in Indiana, arms for Palestine, Florence Widutis (editor of Resolved), National Peace Conference, U.S.-Russian relations, Norman J. Whitney

X-Y, 1948.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: YWCA, YMCA, UMT

American Friends Service Committee, 1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

10 folders

A, 1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Frank Aydelotte

B, 1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Baltimore Yearly Meeting, North Atlantic Defense Pact, Martin Cohnstaedt case, non-registrant Philip J. Howard, Kenneth Boulding, Gilbert Bowles, world disarmament, Charles Boss

Br, 1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Ellen Starr Brinton, North Atlantic Defense Pact, refugees, Brethren Service Committee, Peace Institute in Indiana, M.R. Zigler, world disarmament

C, 1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 19
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Henry Cadbury, North Atlantic Defense Pact, Oregon Yearly Meeting, Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, ROTC, priorities of FCNL, Susannah Crowe, Consultative Peace Council

D, 1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 20
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: displaced persons

E, 1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 20
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: health insurance

F, 1949.
Box DG 047: Series A: 20
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: fair employment practices, tax refusal, Selective Service, ROTC at Ohio Wesleyan, Foundation for Foreign Affairs, National Labor Conference for Peace, North Atlantic Defense Pact, peacetime draft, conference on religious and peace leaders No index for rest of box, if there is anything more

American Friends Service Committee, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

9 folders

A, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: surplus food commodities, agriculture, Japanese-American Claims bill, disarmament campaign, foreign policy based on armaments

American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Commodity Credit bill, assistance to non-Communist areas of China, potatoes for surplus disposal

B, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: foreign policy, immigration difficulties, Charles Boss, Methodist Seminar, surplus potatoes, C.O. frozen fund, early history of FCNL, Pearl Buck, UMT, Church of the Brethren, Ora Huston, draft

Baptist, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: McCarren bill, United Nations, interview with Assistant Secretary of State (Hickerson) re: genocide convention, lease at FCNL headquarters, John Thomas, draft bill

C, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: political prisoners in Greece, K.C. Chacko (Consulate General, India) Henry J. Cadbury, C.O. frozen fund, Iowa Yearly Meeting, disarmament resolution by Senator McMahon, agriculture surpluses, Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, Wirt Warren parole, Brokaw case, Caleb Foote, draft extension hearings, Consultative Peace Council

D, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: William C. Dennis, UMT, naturalization oath to bear arms, loyalty plank in FCNL statement of policy, Indian rights in Alaska Statehood bill

Disciples of Christ, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: James A. Crain, surplus food disposal

E-F, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Harold Evans, amicus curiae brief in Cohnstaedt case, UMT, Mundt-Nixon bill, Harrop Freeman, Ralph Friedman (summer intern)

G, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: surplus commodities, displaced persons legislation, withdrawal (by FCNL?) from Mid-Century Conference on Peace, hydrogen bomb, Tydings proposal for universal disarmament, negotiations with Russia, debate between Clarence Pickett and Ead Cooke Jr. re: UMT (Dec. 17, 1950)

Government, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Thompson Restaurant case, Genocide Convention

H, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Washington Friends Property Study Group, George Hardin, United Council of Church Women, Sociedad Fraternal Hutterians, Nguyen Dinh Hoa, Indo-China, Isidor Hoffman, war in Korea, United Nations

[index for J-L missing], 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 21
[index for M-N missing], 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
National Council of Churches, Walter Van Kirk, UNICEF, draft extension, Churchmen's Seminar, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
O-P, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Frank Ortloff, C.O. frozen fund, disarmament, Vicktor Paschkis, Society for Social Responsibility in Science, civil liberties, H-bomb, U.S.-Soviet relations, German war orphans, Western Yearly Meeting, Mid-Century Conference for Peace, United Nations, world government, Charles Price

R, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Germany, relief to China, Robert Root, Morris Rubin, food distribution, effort to get Senators to reverse over-reliance on military (one week before outbreak of Korean War, May 24th dinner for Eleanor Roosevelt, United Nations

S, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Richmond Conference, Willis Satterthwaite, Korea, arming Arab States, peace fund, UMT, Campaign to Prevent World War III, draft extension, atomic weapons control, Latvian displaced persons, alcohol advertising, food distribution, Indian crippled children, refugees, Quaker economists, Annalee Stewart, National Peace Conference, current legislation

Selective Service Extension, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: State Department, Genocide Convention, foreign aid, Den Rusk

Swomley, John, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: UMT, draft, disarmament, Fellowship of Reconciliation, National Council Against Conscription

T, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Quaker peace testimony, Detroit Conference on Peace and War, Larry Gara case, Roger Baldwin ("no Negro instructors on Ohio State faculty"), ROTC, conscientious objectors, worldwide literacy, Frank Laubach

U-V, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Willard Uphaus, Mid-Century Conference for Peace, agricultural seminar, Robert Vogel, naturalization of people who refused to bear arms, Floyd Vorhis (later spent 14 winters as FCNL volunteer)

W, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: United World Federation, atom bomb chronology, UMT, Korea, Council of the Evangelical Church in Germany, high school seminars, declaration of national emergency, Larry Gara case, conscription legislation, Hoover Commission, Norman Whitney

FCNL origin and statement of purpose, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Warren, Roscoe, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Wood, Richard R., 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
X-Z, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
Agricultural Seminar: program, attendance, picture, January 31 - February 10, 1950.
Box DG 047: Series A: 22
A-I, 1951.
Box DG 047: Series A: 23
Scope and Contents

Most of index missing; not sure if folder names are as they appear in box. Correspondents/subjects include: E. Stanley Jones, food for India, Korea, China, Ober Law, FCNL opposition for most of Richard Nixon's legislative proposals, Chester Graham's broadcast re: removal of General Douglas MacArthur, grain for India, Philip Jacob, conscription, E. Stanley Jones' interview with President Truman re: Korea and communist China

FCNL negotiations for building (216 3rd Street SE), 1951.
Box DG 047: Series A: 23
K-L, 1951.
Box DG 047: Series A: 23
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: allocation of taxes paid by Quakers for non-war purposes

M, 1951.
Box DG 047: Series A: 23
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: agricultural seminar, Robert Michener case

NCLCN, 1951.
Box DG 047: Series A: 23
Scope and Contents

Includes a letter from President Truman.

American Friends Service Committee Foreign Service Section, 1951.
Box DG 047: Series A: 23
Correspondence, 1951.
Box DG 047: Series A: 23
Arrangement

Not sure if rest of folders are alphabetical or chronological.

Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Ralph Rose renting rooms for NSBRO's Race Relations Committee, armed services increase, Elmore Jackson, grain for India, C. Lloyd Bailey leaving FCNL, interview with Justice William Douglas

O-Z, 1951.
Box DG 047: Series A: 24
A, 1952.
Box DG 047: Series A: 24
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: world peace referendums in Jamaica, statement for the Forum for the Air, FNCL annual budget

B, 1952.
Box DG 047: Series A: 24
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Ellen Starr Brinton (?), Korea, interview with Dwight Eisenhower, UMT, ROTC Study Committee, Annalee Stewart, E. Stanley Jones, disarmament workshop, Pentagon Orientation Conference for Religious Leaders

C-O, 1952.
Box DG 047: Series A: 24
P-R, 1952.
Box DG 047: Series A: 24
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Point IV Committee member organizations, Adlai Stevenson's interview with John Ferguson (Oct. 20, 1952), Percy Bartlett, migratory labor legislation, Emily Green Balch, Korea

G-Z, 1952.
Box DG 047: Series A: 25
Scope and Contents

Not sure if there are P-R folders in this box as well as in Box 24

A, 1953.
Box DG 047: Series A: 26
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Workshop on World Disarmament, disarmament legislation, American Research Incorporated report, AFSC program on disarmament, doctor's draft, oath for naturalization, Walter Lippman, Robert Pickus, FCL of Northern California

C- E, 1953.
Box DG 047: Series A: 26
F-Z, 1953.
Box DG 047: Series A: 27
Tenth Anniversary, 1953.
Box DG 047: Series A: 28
A, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 29
B, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 29
C, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 29
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Joe McCarthy's voting record, Study Conference of the Historic Peace Churches (July 15-18, 1954), Consultative Peace Council, Conference on Responsibility for World Leadership in 1954 (Feb. 28, 1954)

D, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 29
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: FCNL budget

E, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 29
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: agricultural surplus legislation

F, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 29
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Betty Zisk, John Forbes' statement as a non-registrant C.O., Bill Fuson joining special staff (Dec. 27, 1954), Fellowship of Reconciliation, Japanese and German war prisoners, Indo-China, UMT

G, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
H, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Dorothy Hutchinson, George Hardin, Capitol Gist poll, Indo-China

I-K, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
L, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Muriel Lester's visit (April 28-30), union efforts at the Chatham mills, letters to government officials

M, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
N, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Minneapolis Friends Meeting, Indo-China, National Civil Liberties Clearing House, National Council for Prevention of War, Capitol Gist poll

O-V, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
W, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Frederick Libby's 80th birthday (Dec. 9, 1954), Washington Churchmen's Seminar (Feb. 23-26)

X-Z, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
American Friends Service Committee, 1954.
Box DG 047: Series A: 30
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Indo-China, German children of American Negro troops, Guatemala, Stockholm Peace Conference (June 19-23), Eric Johnson, regional offices, Communist China

American Friends Service Committee, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 31
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: British Ad Hoc China Committee, Kathleen Lonsdale, Ray Newton, UMT discussion at United Church Women's Assembly, Conference on Conscription (Feb. 7-8)

A, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 31
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Horace Alexander, American Association for the United Nations, Clark Eichelberger

B, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 31
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Hopi Indian visit to Washington, Dean Burton's citizenship case

C, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 31
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Grenville Clark, statistics re: military forces, Sheldon Clark, ROTC oath, Albert Coyle, refugees in Europe, National Council of Churches, Cameron P. Hall, Walter Van Kirk, Southern Baptist Christian Life Commission, Committee for World Development and World Disarmament, Ruth Chalmers, Harold Stassen (Presidential Advisor on Disarmament)

D, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 31
E, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 31
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Conference on World Disarmament and Development (March 24-26)

F, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Steve Wilson's case re: sedition, Catherine Cory, Friends Committee on Legislation of Southern California, amnesty for C.O.s

G, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Virginia Gray's testimony re: UNICEF

H-I, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
J, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Scope and Contents

Includes food surplus and Rural Life Association.

K, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
L, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Cleveland World Order Conference (1953), Bricker Amendment, Harrop Freeman, relation of FCNL with the Religious Society of Friends, Fred G. Lehman, Wilmer Cooper

M, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
O-P, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, United Nations

Pacifica Foundation, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: FCC licensing for radio station (Pacifica News), loyalty tests for MPFA, FCNL statement

R, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: William Rahill, sign-on statement re: licensing and the Fifth Amendment, wiretap hearings

S, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Wilmer Cooper, Paul Schiya, costs of warfare

Scull, David, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: FCNL affiliating with National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing

Thomas, Trevor (FCL of Northern California), 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Snyder, Edward F.: correspondence with members of Congress, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
Stassen, Harold E: report of interview of four Friends, Sept. 27, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 32
T, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 33
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Norman Thomas, Selective Service, Association of American Colleges, peacetime conscription

Thomas, Trevor (FCL of Northern California), 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 33
U, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 33
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: UWF meetings (Feb. 3, April 19)

W, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 33
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Lucy Carner, disarmament, capital punishment

Williams, Stacey, 1955.
Box DG 047: Series A: 33
American Friends Service Committee, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 33
A, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 34
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Agricultural Seminar (Feb. 14-21), Voice of America phonograph interview

B, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 34
C, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 34
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Church World Service, Catherine Cory

D, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 34
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: William Heriton's case

E, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 35
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: reuniting Chinese family's case

F, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 35
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Fellowship of Reconciliation, communists, "Friends in Government"

G, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 35
H, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 35
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Dorothy Hutchinson's travel letters

I, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 35
J, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 35
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Clara Sturges Johnson, Maricopa Indian Cooperative Association

K, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 35
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Mary Knowles' case re: civil liberties

L, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 35
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Frederick Libby, hydrogen bomb tests

Mc, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 36
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: view of E. Raymond Wilson re: various issues

N, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 36
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: National Association of Evangelicals, National Civil Liberties Clearing House, NSBRO, present number of I-W's (2,675 as of June 1st), narcotic addicts

O, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 36
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: disarmament, Atlantic Union

P, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 36
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: chemical/biological warfare, Aswan Dam, Point IV Information Service

Q, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 36
R, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 36
S, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 36
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Department of Peace, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom's workshop on disarmament (April 19), Carl Shaw (Vienna), United World Federalists, John W. Swomley, National Council Against Conscription

T, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 36
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Trevor Thomas, ocean freight reimbursement to voluntary agencies, disarmament

UN, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 37
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Ambassador Lodge, UNREF Appropriation

U, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 37
V, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 37
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Vitarelli case (fired from his job in the Polan Islands because of pacifist stance)

W, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 37
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: United Nations, Japan delegation to UN, Washington Seminary on International Affairs

Willoughby, George, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 37
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: interview with General Hershey re: C.O. provisions

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: questionnaire for Congressional candidates, 1956.
Box DG 047: Series A: 37
American Friends Service Committee, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 37
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Friends Consultative Conference on the United Nations, British mission to China (1955), Hungarian refugee repatriation from Yugoslavia, legislation to make finger printing discretionary, foreign distributions over last seven years (by AFSC), Chicago office, New England region, H-bomb petition

A, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 37
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: American Christian Palestine Committee, American Veterans Committee, Senator Morse, American Associates for the United Nations

B, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: John Bailey, Atlantic Charter poster, nuclear testing

Be, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Albert Bigelow, nuclear bomb testing

Bo, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Ca-Ci, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Henry Cadbury re: Paul Johnson's testimony, Edward F. Snyder, National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy

Churches, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: National Council of Churches, eradication of malaria, Baptists, John Thomas, civil defense program, Disciples of Christ, Robert Fangmeier, nuclear test ban, Methodist Church, Margaret Bender, Washington Seminar, Church World Service, Senate Agriculture Committee on Policies and Operations, Senator Hubert Humphrey

Committee to Stop H-Bomb Tests, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: beginnings of SANE (four pages of notes by Homer Jack, etc.)

Committee for National Trade Policy, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Committee for World Development and World Disarmament, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Cooper, William, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: disarmament

Cory, Catherine, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Prayer and Conscience Vigil, direct negotiations with Soviet Union, suit against AEC re: radioactive fallout, Wayne Morse's speech on wiretapping

D, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
E, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Seymour Eichel's draft resistance case, Harold Evans, nuclear test ban

F-G, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 38
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: FCNL Diary

Ha-Hi, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 39
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: tribute to Emily Harvey

I, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 39
J, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 39
K, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 39
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: peace tax plan

L, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 39
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, Frederick J. Libby

National Civil Liberties Clearing House, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 39
National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 39
National Service Board for Conscientious Objectors, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 40
Non-violent Action Against Nuclear Weapons, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 40
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Las Vegas Vigil (Aug. 3-9), Prayer and Conscience Vigil (Nov. 1 - Dec. 1)

M, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 40
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: MacMillan Company, capital punishment [out of order

O, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 40
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: challenging Virginia's segregated seating law

P, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 40
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: confiscated Japanese and German property, arms race, Wilmer Cooper, Clay Judson, Howard Kerschner

R, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 40
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: immigration figures, William C. Rogers, AFSC on Attorney General's list of subversive organizations

S, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 40
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Alice Shoemaker, Pakistani orphans, Chicago area office (FNCL), Swarthmore College Peace Collection re: Friends War Problems Committee material

T, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 40
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Norman Thomas, atom bomb tests, disarmament, Trevor Thomas, atomic energy, Israeli-Egyptian border, McCarren Walter Act

Wi, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 41
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Robert Wixom, Mrs. Francis Eliot's testimony

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1957.
Box DG 047: Series A: 41
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Kathleen Lonsdale

American Friends Service Committee, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 41
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Norman Whitney, National Council of Churches' conference (Dec. 1957), interviews by E. Raymond Wilson and Stephen King-Hall of Senators Flanders, Humphrey and Kefauver, Harold Chance, Department of Peace, Food for Peace Act, conscription opposition, situation of Soboba Indians, Quaker UN program; and much else

A, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 41
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Lebanon, California Federation of Young Democrats, fallout suits, FCNL Arden House Disarmament Conference (March 20-23), American Council of Voluntary Agencies, Seminar Committee of Friends Meeting, Jeanette Hadley

Area Offices, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 42
Scope and Contents

See Wilson list for details

B, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 42
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: restrictions on travel for Russian visitors invited by Young Friends Committee of North America, loyalty investigation, honorary degree for E. Raymond Wilson

C, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 42
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Ruth Cadwallader

CCCO, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 42
Churches, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 42
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Baptist Church, John W. Thomas, Brethren Church, disarmament, travel to China, M.R. Zigler, Methodist Church, Herman Will Jr., Disarmament Conference (March 13-16)

Cl, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 42
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Grenville Clark, Disarmament Information Service, Denmark Yearly Meeting, LeRoy Collins (governor of Florida), Commonwealth Magazine, Consultative Peace Council, long-range strategy for FCNL

E, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 42
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: arms race, Religious News Service, disarmament, Federal Bureau of Prison's document re: number of prisoners (65 = 2nd lowest in history)

F, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: foreign aid, Foreign Policy Association, John Nason

G, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Grace Gibas, disarmament

Ha, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: farm surpluses, disarmament, Ann Hardt, nonviolence

He, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Germantown Disarmament Conference

Ho, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: reprint of Dorothy Hutchinson article "Is Disarmament Possible"

I, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: International Affairs Seminar of Washington

J, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Japanese American Citizens League, Japanese claims to Department of Justice

K, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: disarmament, nuclear weapon tests, travels of Leonard Kenworthy

L, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Earnest Lefever, Christian Ethics and National Security in a Nuclear Age, Samuel Levering, Haverford College's giving honorary doctor of law degree to E. Raymond Wilson

M, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Helen Mears, Lebanon, letters between Lockwood Myrick and Vice-President Richard Nixon, Southern Baptist Convention

N, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: National Council for Prevention of War, Frederick J. Libby's book re: NCPW

P, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 43
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Pacific Yearly Meeting, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting

R, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 44
S, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 44
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Adlai Stevenson

T, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 44
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Norman Thomas, Tokyo Monthly Meeting of Friends, Middle East

Wa, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 44
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: James P. Warburg, Tadao Watanabe (mayor of Hiroshima), Washington Committee for a SANE Nuclear Policy, Washington Joint Religious Staff, Churchmen's Washington Seminar (Feb. 4-7)

Wi, 1958.
Box DG 047: Series A: 44
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: Edward Snyder, disarmament, nuclear weapons, European refugee immigration

American Friends Service Committee, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: meeting with Harold Slassen (Dec. 21, 1959), Colin Bell, food stamps plan, testimony before Legislative Committee, Henry Cadbury, World Refugee Year, statement on the right to travel

American Friends Service Committee: Quaker U.N. Program, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: NGO briefing on German nuclear test ban negotiations (June 24, 1959), Humphrey Bill on Food for Peace, world law resolution, Harold Evans, Elmore Jackson, disarmament policy, interview with U.N. Secretary General Hammarskjold (May 20, 1959), U.N. Commission on the Status of Women

American Friends Service Committee: American Section, Peace Education, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: E. Raymond Wilson invited to be a panelist at General Assembly of the Union of American Hebrew Congregationalists (Nov. 18, 1959), Consultation on Peace Education and Action (Sept. 17-20, 1959), disarmament

American Friends Service Committee: American Section, Community Relations, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: farm labor legislation

American Friends Service Committee: Foreign Service Section, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: availability of food items

American Friends Service Committee: Middle Atlantic Region, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: "Economics of Peace" Institute (May 2, 1959)

American Friends Service Committee: New England Regional Office, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: China, censorship of foreign mail by post office, atomic energy

American Friends Service Committee: Northern California, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: disarmament, Ben Seaver, conscientious objectors' procedure problems, farm labor legislation

American Friends Service Committee: Des Moines Regional Office, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: proposed Agricultural Abundance in a Hungry World conference

A, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series A: 45
Scope and Contents

Correspondents/subjects include: atomic bomb tests, Laurence Apsey, Ed Snyder, ROTC at Dartmouth College, civil rights, American Jewish Congress, American Association for the United Nations, Annual Conference of National Organizations (March 6-8), racial and religious discrimination in industries working on government contracts, immigration case of Miss Nabiha Elias Audi

B, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: nuclear disarmament, Howard Beale, story of Belmont House, Professor Yasui, Emile Benoit

C, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: American Abundance in a Hungry World seminar, disarmament, withdrawal of Richard Casey from University of California because of compulsory ROTC, La Jolla Friends Meeting, Norman Cousins, tribute to Norman Thomas

Churches, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Mennonite, Guy F. Hershberger, disarmament, nuclear weapons tests, Methodist, Carl Soule, Daniel Taylor, Herman Will Jr., Unitarian, Mary Blanshard, Homer Jack, Program of National Workshops for Religious Liberals

Committee for Non-violent Action, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Francis Neely, Laurence Scott, chemical and biological warfare establishments, George Willoughby, IRS levy on Larry Scott, Omaha Action against nuclear missile policy, Edward Snyder declining to be an official sponsor

Conscription, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: draft extension, Daniel Taylor, Methodist Church, UMT

Consultative Peace Council, 1959.
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D, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: William C. Dennis, British conscription ending in 1960, James Dombrowski, Southern Conference Educational Fund, mock hearing "featuring Negroes from the deep south telling how local officials kept them from registering to vote," Robert Dunn, Labor Research Association, cost of military weapons, Frances Neeley, Charles Darlington, Friends critical of the FCNL

E, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Harold Evans, private property rights

Embassies, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: nuclear weapons tests

F, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Federation of American Scientists, nuclear weapons, compulsory military training, Air Force ROTC at College of Puget Sound, James Finucane, return of confiscated German and Japanese property, Indian Relocation Program

Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Glenn Smiley

Friends Coordinating Committee on Peace, 1959.
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Friends Journal, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: total disarmament, Burns Chalmers, Annalee Stewart, Harold Sherk, Frederick Fox

Friends Peace Committee, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: supplying atomic weapons secrets

G, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Florence Gibson, American Field Service, Virginia Gray, UNICEF, Warren Griffiths, Edward Linta, testimony against capital punishment before House Judiciary Committee, euthanasia, government officials, Richard Nixon, Religious Leader Conference (May 11, 1959), Adelphia Friends Meeting, nuclear weapons tests

Ha, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Nixon Hadley, Kunzia Dam, Menominee Indian bills, Clifford Haworth, Illinois Yearly Meeting

He, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Virginia Helm, Oregon Yearly Meeting, alcohol on commercial and military aircraft, Senator Hugh B. Hester, Theodore B. Hetzel, Taos Indians, John Holden, WMAL-TV series "Eight Steps to Peace"

I, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: George Beebe Institute for International Order, United Nations, Wilmer Cooper, Christian Action and Nuclear Weapons, International Council of Churches' attack on Annalee Stewart and Clarence Pickett, etc., nuclear arms race, Walter Isard, Regional Science Association's session on disarmament (Dec. 28, 1959), Six-Nation Indian Confederation, tax exemption for Indians

J, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Sam Jacobs

K, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Don Kaufman, alternatives to military taxes, fallout shelters, Howard Kurtz

L, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Lorenzo Lowe, Church and World Peace Day, Richard Nixon, Samuel Levering See also end of box 48

M, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: criticism of FCNL, Hubert Humphrey speaking at State College, General Electric's proposal for cutting non-defense spending, disarmament, Allan Hunter, E. Raymond Wilson's trip with Chester Graham, Helen Mears, U.S.-Japanese Mutual Security Treaty, Dwight Michener, disarmament savings for the economy See also end of box 48

Memoranda, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Edward Snyder's interview with Eugeni A. Zaostrovtsev re: summit conference on disarmament (April 20, 1959), Edward Snyder's interview with Mr. Borvsky (Nov. 6, 1951 1959?)

N, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Pat and Dick Naeye's desire to adopt orphan from Hong Kong, drought in Brazil, oil import quotas, New York Yearly Meeting's letter to President Eisenhower, M.P. Philip Noel-Baker, disarmament, North Carolina Yearly Meeting's letter to Nikita Krushchev

National Organizations, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: National Farmers Union, Food for Peace bill, National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Donald Keys, Marvin Gewirtz, nuclear weapons, sharing atomic weapons information, National Service Board for Religious Objectors (NSBRO), J. Harold Sherk, George Willoughby, military discharges for C.O.s, Carl Soule, Methodist Church Board of World Peace

New Jersey Friends Committee on the Social Order, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Symposium on the Death Penalty (May 27, 1959)

P, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Pacific Yearly Meeting's telegram to President Eisenhower, nuclear weapons testing, Peoria Monthly Meeting, Charles and Eleanor Harker, Robert Pickus, disarmament, censorship of mail by post office

Press releases, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: world disarmament / ending arms race

R, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: world court, Senator Paul Douglas, Constance Randall, exchange of newsmen with China, letter to Eleanor Roosevelt on her 75th birthday, Milo Rose's resignation from FCNL General Committee "over the question of Red China"

S, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Sarah Swan's testimony re: legislation on return of confiscated German and Japanese property, grant for Earlham College Project in Kenya, Julius Sobon's letter to President Eisenhower, Soviet Union, Anne Stadler, Emlen Stokes, visit of M.P. Philip Noel-Baker, Seminar for Quaker Businessmen (June 12-15, 1959), Oliver Stone

U, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: E. Raymond Wilson's "Morality in International Affairs" given at Union of American Hebrew Congregations assembly, World Refugee Year, United World Federalists

V, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: W.V. Vitarelli's security risk case (Supreme Court decided in his favor

W, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Harold Walker, surplus food distribution, food stamps, E. Paul Weaver, UMT, Indiana Council of Churches, World University for Peace, Friends Medical Society, George Willoughby (CCCO's annual report), Robert Wixoms ("prolonged correspondence re: racial situation in Arkansas, including attempts of the Attorney General of Arkansas to smash the NAACP; this case is a good example of how high feelings on race run in Arkansas")

L, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Samuel Levering, Chuck Harker See also box 47

M, 1959.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Jean Malin, distribution of food to Americans, Lafayette March, Frances Neely, war debt, meeting on disarmament (Dec. 18, 1959), Mrs. James Marshall, Duane Moore, Agricultural Seminar, Irving Morrissett See also box 47

American Friends Service Committee, 1960.
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Area offices, 1960.
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Jan. 13 - Nov. 22; "extremely good review of FCNL information and activities"

A, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: AFL-CIO, Henderson Textile Workers Union strike, Youth Corps, AFSC conference called too pro-Communist by Howard Kerschner, surplus food commodities

American, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: American Farm Bureau, United Nations, world court, American Association for the United Nations, Republican Convention

B, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Sydney Bailey, Secretary of State Rusk, Kruzua Dam, Montclair Forum, Kenneth Boulding, scientific study of peace, Lloyd Bailey accused of being a Communist, chronology of test ban treaty (1958-1960)

C, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Eves Cadwallader, Agricultural Seminar "American Abundance in a Hungry World" (Dec. 1960), interview of Stanley MCaffery re: disarmament, appeal to Chase Fund for completing Frederick Libby's book, Chicago Monthly Meeting re: memorial for James Matchett, Church Peace Union, China, free elections under Batista regime, Governor (of Florida) Lercy Collin's statement re: "rights of Negroes to be served at lunch counters in stores accepting their patronage," Stuart Innerst, Committee of One Million, bi-partisan anti-Red China stand, Antarctica Treaty, funds for disarmament studies, National Peace Agency, Youth Corps, Quaker Peace Witness delegation to see Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Menshikow (Nov. 14, 1960), C. Edward Behre, nuclear test ban, Campaign for Disarmament, Summer Caravan for Disarmament's tour of 43 cities, Committee for Non-Violent Action, Vigil at Fort Detrick, Polaris Action Walk, shooting down of test pilot (Francis Gary Powers) over Soviet territory, report of experience in Honolulu city/county jail (by William Huntingdon, James Peck, Orion Sherwood, George Willoughby, Albert Bigelow), Crime and Punishment Committee of the New York Yearly Meeting, Cuba, interviews by Robert Lyon, projected visit to Cuba of Robert Stroud

D, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Indian concerns, Jerome Davis, military expenditures, Robin Dixon, economics of disarmament, Marion Dockhorn, Rosecoe Drummond, Charles Darlington, Drew Pearson's column on the FCNL, E. Raymond Wilson's 9-day midwest trip with Chest Graham, status of Midwest FCL Office, Jeanette Hadley, Advance Platform Committee of the National Democratic Convention, Disarmament Information Service, agricultural abundance, luncheon for Philip Noel-Baker (June 20, 1960), Campaign for Disarmament

E, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: releases written by Glenn Everett re: FCNL activities

F, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Friends Medical Society, disarmament efforts with Kennedy's and Nixon's staffs, attacks (red-baiting) on the Fellowship of Reconciliation by the Church League of America, Al Hassler, John Swomley, U.S.-Japanese Security Treaty, John Nevin Sayre, University of Maryland's modification of ROTC policy regarding C.O.s, Friends Coordinating Committee on Peace, proposed meeting with Philip Noel-Baker, Stuart Innerst's story re: William Martin losing his job as Senate Page, Friends General Conference, disarmament, nuclear testing, Friends Peace Committee, George Hardin's call for more imaginative meetings and Quaker action, Friends Medical Society, chemical and biological warfare, books for the Central Theological Seminary in Korea, Friends Peace Conference "What Do the Scriptures Say About Peace?" (Feb. 27, 1960)

G, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: voluntary military training workshop at University of Wisconsin, disarmament, government officials, Charles Darlington, C. Edward Behre, test ban treaty, Chessman case, Philip Noel-Baker, Richard Nixon's part in steel Strike? settlement, Congressional Committees, deductions for public interest organizations for lobbying, full appropriations for humanitarian programs in the Mutual Security Bill, opposition to transfer of nuclear weapons to NATO command, Comptroller of Foreign Propaganda, Youth Corps, malaria eradication, refugees, statement signed by 1000 representatives of Christian and peace groups in Japan re: Japanese-U.S. Security Pact, Kiuzua Dam, government officials in the executive agencies, food surpluses, international labor affairs, Charles Darlington, World Refugee Year, Disarmament Information Service, statement of Christian groups in Japan urging President Eisenhower to postpone his visit to their country, Geneva Test Ban Treaty, compilation of statements on disarmament and nuclear weapons testing by 38 national organizations

H, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Western Yearly Meeting, Oscar Hammerstein II, international peace force, Platform for Peace, Lowell Hershey, CBR installation in Indiana, Oregon Yearly Meeting, Quakerism of Richard Nixon, Social Security, Presbytery trial of Rev. Maurice McCracken, population control, nuclear testing, disarmament, Five Years Meeting, Stuart Innerst, U.N. Seminars, Political Action for Peace - Massachusetts PAX, Senator Kennedy, William Hefner, Adam Lohaus, firing of William Martin as assistant in the Republican Senate Cloakroom, immigration, U.N. High Commission on Refugees, General Hugh Hester

I, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Ada Wardlow, Rand Corporation, economics of disarmament, Illinois Yearly Meeting, Central Arizona Indian Committee re: tribal lands, appeal of Seneca Indians re: Kiugua Dam, Walter Isard, International Peace Institute's handbook

J, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: disarmament, Robert Thomson, Clara Sturges Johnson, China, Youth Corps, Peace Corps

K, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Soichi Kato, Carroll Kenworthy, interview by 14 churchmen of Kennedy, Nixon and Humphrey, interviews re: Bill Martin's case, disarmament, Chester Bowler, Natalie Kimber, Kenneth Knowlton, Peace Corps, Sacrificial Peace Fund of the Wilton Friends Meeting, Kiuzua Dam, Seneca Treaty, Levinus Painter, Dr. Polycarp Kush, economic conversion from military economy

L, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Margarethe Lachmund (East Berlin, Germany), Association on Indian Affairs, Kent Larrabee, Irving Laucks, Summit Conference, Leonard Lazam's proposal for New York FCL office, Frances Neely, George Loft's summary of his experiences in Rhodesia for the AFSC in 1957-1960, Ellsworth Palmer, China, Samuel Levering's difficulties with California Yearly meeting, Colin Bell, approval for E. Raymond Wilson to attend World Assembly of the World Council of Churches in New Delhi, India

Mc, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: disarmament, weapons testing

M, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Volunteers for International Development, Mrs. James Marshall, William Matchett, James Matchett, Kiuzua Dam, Governor (of New Jersey) Robert Meyner, Lela Mills, Minneapolis Monthly Meeting, U.N. Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold, Carl Soule, Methodist Church, chemical and biological weapons, Irving Morrissett, Purdue University, Mountain View Friends Meeting, Champaign-Urbana Friends Meeting, William Martin (letter sent by him and others from Washington Young Friends sent to 22,000 high school seniors, which led to his dismissal as Senate Page), Poughkeepsie Monthly Meeting, Senator Margaret Chase Smith, interview with Charles Coolidge, Wolf Mendl's report of activities (1959-1960)

N, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: NBC story on Quakers, Warren Nelson, Food for Peace bill, Richard Newby, disarmament, Ferner Nulin, Summit Conference, national organizations, NAACP, Hecht Company's discrimination in restaurant in Baltimore, Maryland, National Association of Social Workers, National Consumers League, Mexican farm labor importation, National Farmers Union, National Civil Liberties Clearing House, National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Homer Jack, nuclear weapons testing, 20th anniversary of NSBRO, New Jersey Friends Committee on the Social Order, M.P. Philip Noel-Baker

O, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Oberlin College, germ warfare

P, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Drew Pearson, Leo Poch, L. Pointer, Victor Paschkis, Summit Conference, Pennsylvania Committee to Abolish the Death Penalty, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, Mary Philips, Platform for Peace, William Hanson, China, Alfred Kolberg, Youth Corps, Charles Price, Quaker Conference on Disarmament and the United Nations, Norma Price, Chester Graham, Civil Rights and Immigration Subcommittee of the Republican Convention, Henry Lohmann, Harold Evans' testimony before Senate Foreign Relations Committee re: the world court, execution of ____ Chessman, John Swomley, Disarmament News, test ban treaty

R, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: James Read, Drew Pearson's column on Nixon and the FCNL, Ruth Replogle's testimony before House Committee re: foreign aid, Brig. General J. Rothschild, Morris Rubin, Dr. Richard Rogers, Secretary of State Herter

S, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Student Peace Union, Japanese Security Treaty, Doris Shamleffer, Committee on World Development and World Disarmament, germ warfare, United Nations bureaucracy, Susan Gower Smith's visit to Soviet Embassy with Ambassador Dobrynin, Somerset Mills Monthly Meeting, cold reception to Levinus Pointer's testimony re: Kinzua Dam, Robert Stroud's proposed trip to Cuba, experiment in dealing with drug addiction, Lobby for Peace, John Swomley Jr., disarmament

T, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: Lyle Tatus, Southern Rhodesia, Peace Corps, Richard Taylor, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, dinner meeting with Charles Coolidge, foreign aid, civil rights, trade restrictions, Norman Thomas, economics of disarmament, Princeton Monthly Meeting, missile bases in Spain, D. Elton Trueblood re: Drew Pearson story, Friends Peace Committee (London)

U, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: AFSC's efforts in Washington and Oregon re: peace planks for party platforms, Frank Uphoff, Peace Corps, refugees, Stuart Innerst, Julia Henderson, capital punishment, UNICEF, United World Federalists, Charles Price, National Political Action Committee, disarmament, American Farm Bureau, Connally Amendment

V, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: McCarran Subversive Activities Control Act, Youth Corps conference, Jerry Voorhis, Frances Neely, Rep. Margaret Stitt Church

W, 1960.
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Funds for disarmament studies, Harold Walker's statement before the Advance Platform Hearings of the Democratic National Committee on the "Economics of Peace," Ada Wardlaw, Frances Neely, Disarmament Administration (to be responsible to the Secretary of State), nuclear policy, Stuart Innerst, execution of ____ Chessman, J. Paul Weaver, Western Yearly Meeting, capital punishment, Friends Medical Society, Westtown Monthly Meeting's Peace Committee, peace testimony of Friends, United Nations, chemical-bacteriological warfare, total disarmament, U-2 flights, World Government Sunday, Connolly Amendment, Peace Corps, Washington lobby for peace, transfer of nuclear weapons to Germany, Douglas Page ("a peace candidate for Congress in the 6th District of California"), agricultural surpluses, Richard Wood, Washington Staff Conference (including interview with Nixon, Kennedy and Humphrey, April 21, 1960), economics of disarmament, Foreign Policy Clearing House, George Willoughby re: young C.O. in army seeking discharge, Youth Service Corps, alternative to military service, Eston Rockwell citizenship case, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), Herbert Jehle, SANE, CBR warfare, Esther Frankel, Janet Neuman, Katherine Arnett, abolition of House Un-American Activities Committee, withdrawal of Eleanor Roosevelt from WILPF, Summit Conference, treatment of Nazarene C.O.s in Yugoslavia, Adelaide Baker, Andre Trocine [Trocme? luncheon (Jan. 20, 1960), Duncan Wood, nuclear test negotiations WILPF material in separate folders?

X-Y-Z, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: refusal by Wilmer Young to pay taxes, Betty Zisk (former FCNL staff member)

FCNL Inter-Office Memoranda, 1960.
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Correspondents/subjects include: list of staff members with beginning and concluding dates (up to 1956), disarmament negotiations in Geneva (May 4, 1960), Jeannette Hadley in Geneva, list of potential volunteer jobs at FCNL, comments on statement of legislative policy

American Friends Service Committee - Berlin reaction to FCNL statement, 1961.
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Attack by Church League for Democracy, 1961.
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Maxine Acker sends clipping on the film "Operation Abolition", 1961.
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She wrote to Robert Kennedy urging that the film be banned. Apt to be violence if HUAC goes back to San Francisco.

Dean Bowman thanks EFS for names and addresses of people who attended the December 20 meeting in Washington on the proposed Peace Corps, 1961.
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Gross W. Alexander, 1961.
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Were there any NGO witnesses at the Senate Hearings on foreign policy except WIL? E. Raymond Wilson reply.

Stephen L. Angell to EFS, 1961.
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Suggests disclaimer on Newsletter material not contained in statement of Legislative Policy. Commends March newsletter.

SLA from Frances Nealy, 1961.
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Current problems in civil liberties.

Lawrence S. Apsey, 1961.
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Wants suggestions for speakers for conference on War and Peace by the Association of General Counsel. Composed of chief legal officers of many large corporations. EFS reply.

LSA from EFS urging letters to Congressmen Dooley and Barry asking sponsorship of the Disarmament Agency Bill, 1961.
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LSA to Stewart Meacham, 1961.
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Recommending that the AFSC undertake to organize and train a Transforming Power Corps for non-violent action and policing.

LSA to Marcus Raskin, 1961.
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About his paper on the "Theory and Practice of Deterrence" and the need for nonviolent action, citing the Norwegian experience under the Nazis.

LSA to EFS, 1961.
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Jesse Mock reports that the Congressman Reuss credits your testimony in tipping the scales for reporting out a bill to study the possibility of the Peace Corps. Sends paper on the subject "Can Non-violence be Effectively Used to Preserve Democracy?"

Earl A. Armbrust (Alhambra, California), 1961.
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Asks about resolutions in Congress on "preemptive war" and about foreign policy studies for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Waldo Hinshaw replies.

Dr. John H. Arnett (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1961.
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Writes to Peace News (London) correcting story by William Worthy about US shipment of drugs and medicines to Cuba.

E. Thomas Colosimo (Executive Director of Arrow, Inc.), 1961.
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Asks for FCNL cooperation in helping Indians help themselves.

John M. Artichoker, Jr. (Chairman of the Governors' Interstate Indian Council; Pierre, South Dakota), 1961.
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Invites AFSC representatives to attend their meeting in Missoula, Montana on August 13-16, 1961.

Elinor Ashkenazy, 1961.
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Asks for clarification of food for China situation as of December 5. EFS reply.

EA from Stuart Innerst, 1961.
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Expressing appreciation of Orange Grove Minute. He reports interviews with Congressmen on relations with China.

John Atlee (Monroeville, Pennsylvania), 1961.
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Sends paper on financial aspects of the economics of disarmament.

Elton Atwater (State College, Pennsylvania) and EFS, 1961.
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On possible testimony before one of the Appropriations Committees on the foreign aid hill. Sends copy of letter to the New York Times on nuclear testing and on linking disarmament inspection with evacuation of military bases around the Soviet Union.

A - Iwao Ayusawa (Japanese Fellowship of Reconciliation; Tokyo) and E. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
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Asks help for Paul Sekiya to attend the Christian Peace Assembly in Prague

American (initial word of organization), 1961.
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American Academy of Political and Social Science renrolls E. Raymond Wilson as member, 1961.
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Rowland Watts from Stuart Innerst, 1961.
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Impossible for submit an affidavit for Frank Wilkinson in the time available.

American Farm Bureau Federation of 1,600,000 farm families sends copy of 1961 policies, 1961.
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Mrs. Perbert B. Ehrmann (American League for Abolish Capital Punishment), 1961.
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Wants to meet Stuart Innerst and other Feb. 2 and 3.

J. Arnold Feldman (American Veterans' Committee) to Frances Neely, 1961.
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Commending FCNL statement on civil defense but AVC position is different.

Victor G. Reuther (President, Americans for Democratic Action), 1961.
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Invites EFS to be sponsor of the thirteenth Annual Roosevelt Day Dinner on March 13. No record of whether accepted or not.

Other cross references, 1961.
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Academy for Diplomacy, 1961.
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Robinson D. Harley, M.D. (Atlantic City) to President Kennedy, 1961.
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Urging support for an Academy for Diplomacy.

EFS to Paul Cope (Brigantine, New Jersey), 1961.
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About various bills and the need for diversity in training for government service.

American Association for the United Nations: Clark M. Eichelberger writes about the Twelfth Annual Conference of National Organizations, 1961.
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March 11-13, 1962 on "The United Nations' Decade of Development."

American Association for the United Nations: E. Raymond Wilson to CME, 1961.
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Sending letter which has gone to 24 organizations with resolutions in effort for interview with President Kennedy. E. Raymond Wilson is unclear if interview ever materialized 4-23-69.

American Association for the United Nations: CME to State Presidents re critical situation in Laos, 1961.
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American Association for the United Nations: CME to Organization Executives - Human Rights Conference (May 5), 1961.
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American Association for the United Nations: CME from Ruth Early, 1961.
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Coordination of proposed Disarmament Conference with the AAVN Conference

American Association for the United Nations: Washington, D.C. AAVN meetings, 1961.
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American Association for the United Nations: Program of Eleventh Conference of National Organizations, 1961.
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March 12-14, 1961 on "The United Nations in Crisis."

Articles - Memos, 1961.
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"Disarmament and Nuclear Testing", December 7, 1961.
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Sent to Sandy Gottlieb at SANE

"Another Look at Civil Defense," by Edward F. Snyder for AVC Bulletin, 1961.
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"Washington Weights 'Peace Corps'" by Edward F. Snyder for Quaker Life, February 1961.
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Valuable summary of FCNL efforts to establish the Peace Corps

B - G. Richard Bacon fro mE. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
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"It was very heartening to learn of your activities in writing one letter each day for a month to some important person on the subject of peace." Congresswoman Green once read that if there were two people in every local church in the United States who were concerned about a better foreign policy and would put their concern into action, they could change the climate of opinion in this country and bring about such a change in foreign policy.

Sydney Bailey, 1961.
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Regarding just complaints in the UN regarding their treatment of the Soviet bloc, including no president of General Assembly, not always their share of Security Council seats, no part in missions to trust territories, Peking government still excluded. Bailey recommends more precise instructions to the Secretary General, consultative committees should be set up, proposals should be made for general disarmament, etc.

Alice M. Balassa to Ambassador Adlai Steenson, 1961.
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Re his denial of U.S. complicity in the Cuban invasion. "To have to implement and defend such a policy in the United Nations must be bitter fruit indeed…Can you not assume the leadership in finding peaceful ways of dealing with Cuba, and if necessary, resign and take your case to the American people?"

Ruth Sarles Benedict from E. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
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Virginia Quakers active in bettering race relations.

Arthur Bertholf and Frances Neely re: Cuba, 1961.
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Lorna Blucher and Edward Snyder, 1961.
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Advertising costs of defense contractors paid for by US government

Elizabeth Boardman, 1961.
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Public opinion campaign on nuclear testing

Rev. David J. Bort from E. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
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24,000 copies of the summary report of the Seventh National Disarmament Conference were printed.

Elise Boulding, 1961.
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Letter to Saturday Review about war toys.

Kenneth Boulding from E. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
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Appealing to University of Michigan PRess to print George Hallgarten's study on colonialism and imperialism.

Evelyn Bowers, 1961.
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"Perhaps you can suggest some concrete thing which can make sense to a man like Barry Goldwater."

James Boyd, 1961.
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US Disarmament Agency obtained only 20% of the funds asked for. Only able to fill two of its five assistant director posts and is confined to hiring scientists only.

Day Bradley, 1961.
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Congressman Goodell's proposed bill for indemnifying the Seneca Indians.

John C. Bradshaw (Norfolk, Virginia), 1961.
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Visit to Congressman from the First District.

Royal Buscome (Kingston, Australia), 1961.
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E. Raymond Wilson asks what Australian Friends can do on food for China.

C. Edward Behre to President Kennedy, September 26, 1961.
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Deep appreciation for outstanding speech to the General Assembly on disarmament. Resumption of underground nuclear tests unfortunate. "Let us lead in the 'peace race' by tangible and specific initiatives which we can take without further negotiations."

C. Edward Behre urged by EFS to attend the May 26-27 Consumers Workshop, 1961.
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C. Edward Behre to the editor of the Washington Post re: food for China, 1961.
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Emile Benoit and Ada Wardlaw - Policy and Economics of Disarmament: Ada Wardlaw sends list of Quaker Economists, 1961.
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Emile Benoit and Ada Wardlaw - Policy and Economics of Disarmament: Regrets he cannot be at the foreign aid conference, 1961.
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Emile Benoit and Ada Wardlaw - Policy and Economics of Disarmament: Bill Wardlaw to Representative Walter (Chairman, House Un-American Activities Committee), 1961.
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"It has hurt me a great deal to see the misdirected activities of such persons as yourself and the late Senator McCarthy drag the good name of America into the mire and subvert the democratic processes and the principles of justice upon which it is built." Asks the committee to investigate the activities of the CIA and the State Department in the Cuban fiasco.

Emile Benoit and Ada Wardlaw - Policy and Economics of Disarmament: EFS asks EB to help on the Pelly resolution on the economics of disarmament, 1961.
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Emile Benoit and Ada Wardlaw - Policy and Economics of Disarmament: Ada Wardlaw wants somebody to research employment problems and also a congressional opinions survey, 1961.
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Emile Benoit and Ada Wardlaw - Policy and Economics of Disarmament: AW asks for memo on visit of Sandy Gottlieb and Homer Jack to the State Department and interviews with Gullion and McCloy, 1961.
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Emile Benoit and Ada Wardlaw - Policy and Economics of Disarmament: Ruth Early to AW, 1961.
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Re: revision of bibliography on the economics of disarmament

Emile Benoit and Ada Wardlaw - Policy and Economics of Disarmament: Notes on Emile Benoit talk (December 2, 1960), 1961.
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Berlin Crisis - Friends Called to Washington - Summer 1961, 1961.
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Byron Haworth asks Senator Ervin to meet with 5 man delegation from North Carolina Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1961.
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Same to Senator Jordan and Representatives.

David Stafford to Pastors, Clerks of monthly meetings, and Peace Chairman, 1961.
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Urging support for NC delegation to visit Congress and to write to Washington.

EFS to Irving Morrissett, 1961.
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Re: coming to Washington and thanks for contribution.

Merritt S. Webster and EFS, 1961.
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Re: coming to Washington. Jeanette Hadley comments on Civil Defense hearing. Climate of opinion must change.

List of Friends from 20 states invited to Washington, 1961.
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Includes correspondence with many of them.

EFS appreciation for visit to Virginia Quarterly Meeting, 1961.
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EFS asks Adelaide Baker (Westport, Connecticut) for newspaper editorials on the Disarmament Agency, 1961.
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AB encloses letters from Senators Fulbright and Rush.

Sharon Diaz (Rochester, New York) and 5 others have appointment with Senator Keating (July 26), 1961.
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Representing the Independent Political Forum of Rochester. Petition to Senator Keating.

EFS progress report dated July 21 on Berlin Crisis action by Friends, 1961.
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EFS to Dorothy Hutchinson, 1961.
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Congratulations on becoming the new President of the WIL.

Sidonie Schafer (AFSC) sends newspaper clippings, 1961.
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Distorts FCNL view of solving the Berlin issue.

Ira D. Cardiff asserts that Latin American votes in the UN are dictated by Cardinal Spellman, 1961.
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Writes to Secretary of State Rusk asking if the US really wants peace.

Harold Carson from J. Stuart Innerst relating one day's experience as a Friend in Washington lobbyist, 1961.
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Walter Millis, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions and EFS, 1961.
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Exchange of letters on role of nonviolence in a "World Without War."

Chapel Hill Monthly Meeting, Adolphe Furth (Clerk), 1961.
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On contributions to the United Nations from individuals and groups.

A.J. Muste, Church Peace Mission and E. Raymond Wilson exchange of letters, 1961.
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On projected conference on the Churches and Peace.

Florence M. Farr, Civil Liberties Educational Foundation conducts training courses for teachers on the Bill of Rights, 1961.
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Letter to James Read asking for cooperation from Wilmington College, which trains many teachers.

Dwight D. Clark – outline for a Point Four Youth Corps study, also Research Planning Conference on alternatives to war, Brookings Institute, 1961.
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Sheldon D. Clark telegram to President Kennedy and letter to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 25, 1961.
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Criticizing CIA and military intervention in Cuba

Edward D. Clarkson and Joshua R. Bailey sign petition for La Jolla Meeting of Friends to President Eisenhower, 1961.
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"We petition thee and our Government that our Nation, under God, lead a waiting world into the paths of righteousness and of peace." Inserted in the Congressional Record June 23, 1959. Clarkson writes about coming to Washington to see the Cuban Division of the State Department.

George J. Clauss (Portland, Oregon) and Reed College student protest to the State Legislature regarding civil defense, 1961.
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Supported by a group from the Eugene, Oregon Peace Center.

William E. Conner, M.D. from E. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
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"Your letter of May 9 was a model of reporting on interviews in the Department of State and the Peace Corps. In an interview with Robert A. Stevenson of the State Department, he gave his personal view that the US should crush the Castro government by force, with US intervention directly if indirect revolutionary activity did not succeed."

Conference Group of US National Organizations, 1961.
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On the United Nations plans for a conference in the Mayflower Hotel on January 18-19, 1962 under the theme "UN in Danger."

Samuel Cooper regarding Kinzua Dam, 1961.
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Robert Cory – plans to spend the next academic year in research for arms control and inspection, 1961.
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Curtis Crawford, Campaign for World Disarmament, 1961.
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Panel Discussion: "Is Pacifism the Way to Peace?", 1961.
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Includes EFS. At Asbury Methodist Church in Arnold, Maryland on March 26.

California Area Office Relationships: Stuart Innerst regarding Turn Toward Peace, 1961.
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California Area Office Relationships: Stuart Innerst letter to Keith Sarver (superintendent of California Yearly Meeting), 1961.
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Regarding relations and difficulties with the FCL and the FCNL. Keith Sarver writes, "There are very few of us who want to be associated with Pacific Yearly Meeting in any way, shape, or form."

Committee for Nonviolent Action: Proposal for mass sit-down in front of the AEC headquarters at Germantown, Maryland, 1961.
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"President Kennedy said at a press conference on November 8th that the US must resume nuclear testing in the atmosphere should the evaluation of the Soviet tests show that the present American lead is threatened."

Committee for Nonviolent Action: A.J. Muste letter to President Kennedy, 1961.
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Request to receive the Moscow Walkers for Peace at the White House while in Washington on May 13th and 14th. Those who believe in nonviolent action "try to speak simply and directly as human beings to other human beings confronted with the grave problems and perils of our time."

Faster Walk for Peace March, 1961.
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Fourteen to protest the Polaris Submarine and call for total disarmament.

Committee for Nonviolent Action: Edward Snyder hopes to attend Chicago Conference on February 8-12, 1961.
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List of participants.

Committee for Nonviolent Action: Call for Witness for Peace, March 30-April 1, Fort Detrick, Atomic Energy Commission Headquarters and the Pentagon, 1961.
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Civil Liberties Clearing House: Program for the 13th Annual Conference (March 23-24), 1961.
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Consultative Peace Council: Minutes, 1961.
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Consultative Peace Council: Larry Miller to Homer Jack, 1961.
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Consultative Peace Council's (CPC) relation to Turn Toward Peace and a coordinated campaign on the Berlin crisis.

Cuba: Ed Duckles to Nancy Duryee about the reception in Mexico City to Robert Lyons memorandum on his visit to Cuba, 1961.
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General Cardenar spoke to Mexican students at the time of the Cuban invasion and said, "nothing good can be gained by violence and destruction but people interested in the cause of peace have the obligation to act constructively and peacefully." Ed Duckles says based on his sixteen years in Mexico that "if the United States has as its purpose to defeat Communism in the Western Hemisphere then a drastic mistake was made when it was decided to support the counter revolutionary invasion of Cuba."

Cuba: Bob Lyons report on his visit to Washington to the White House, State Department, and to Senators, April 20, 1961.
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"No one seemed to me to be doing any creative or imaginative thinking on the total problem."

Cuba Action: 181 historians signed open letter to President Kennedy urging no further intervention in Cuba by the US, 1961.
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J. Irwin Miller (President, National Council of Churches) telegram to President Kennedy about nuclear testing and disarmament, 1961.
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J. Irwin Miller (President, National Council of Churches) follow-up letter to President Kennedy, October 30, 1961.
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National Council of Churches opinion toward peace with justice and freedom in the present crisis, 1961.
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National Council of Churches: Charles P. Taft invites participation in conference in Washington on "Ethical Implications of Rapid Economic Change in the USA", 1961.
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E. Raymond Wilson to Roswell P. Barnes on the question of membership in the World Council of Churches, 1961.
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E. Raymond Wilson, the Friends' Journal editor, writes, "The purpose of the Church is to bring the reality of God's love, wisdom and power into human lives. This is not the time to take refuge from the pressing urgencies of our age in a consciously hallowed verbalism."

Messages sent to the missions of appropriate governments at the United Nations from the Commission of the Churches on International Affairs on ceasefire in Laos and nonintervention in Cuba, 1961.
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National Council of Churches: E. Raymond Wilson will be at a Disarmament Conference in Minneapolis on March 23rd, 1961.
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National Council of Churches: Ed Snyder invited to attend Consultation on Immigration Policy (Washington, DC) on April 13-14, 1961.
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National Council of Churches: Report on 1960 China Consultations, 1961.
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Church World Service: James MacCracken thanks to EFS for having made the Consultation on Immigration Policy possible and valuable, 1961.
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Church World Service: Working paper on US Immigration and the [illegible] System for the Consultation – preliminary agenda of consultation, 1961.
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Brethren Church: General Brotherhood Board has voted to establish a Washington office and employ a halftime Brethren representative beginning January 2, 1962, 1961.
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Brethren Church: EFS to Ralph E. Smeltzer regarding National Peace Agency, 1961.
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Brethren Church: E. Raymond Wilson to Esther Mohler (Brethren Service Commission), 1961.
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"E. Paul Weaver did some of the most creative and imaginative work in Washington that I have seen done by a volunteer, nonprofessional, 'lobbyist.'"

Brethren Church: Correspondence on the House Un-American Activities Committee film "Operation Abolition", 1961.
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E. Raymond Wilson will meet with the Disciples Seminar on April 14 on "Opportunities and Challenges for Churchmen in Washington", 1961.
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Disciples Church: Washington Indian Seminar to be an expanded meeting of the Council on Indian Affairs, 1961.
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Elmer Neufeld to EFS, 1961.
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Thanks for your participation in the Mennonite Seminar "Our National Government and the Christian Witness." Mennonite leadership moving toward stronger Christian witness to the larger society.

Methodist Church: Jerry Rardin to EFS, 1961.
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Thanks for your magnificent document, "Civil Defense: Shelters or Tombs," which has been included in the bibliography in our magazine CONCERN.

Methodist Church: Rodney Shaw calls a meeting of organization staff persons in the field of peace for March 14, 1961.
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To explore the various ways of making a maximum impact upon the government in the shortest possible time for the concept of general and universal disarmament under adequate safeguards.

Methodist Church: Letter to Herman Will from John M. Davitt (chief of Criminal Section, Department of Justice) regarding violations of US laws and treaties in connection with aid to Cuban revolutionaries, 1961.
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Methodist Church: J. Stuart Innerst sends manuscript on capital punishment to Roger Burgess, 1961.
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Methodist Church: Correspondence concerning Point Four Youth Corps, 1961.
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United Church of Christ: E. Raymond wilson commends Dr. Everett W. MacNair (Dean of Chapel, Talladega College) for advocating UN seating of Communist China, 1961.
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Similar letter to Herman Reissig and Ray Gibbons.

United Church of Christ: To Herman F. Reissig regarding Food for Peace and China, 1961.
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Charles W. Davis sends material to all Friends meetings in Pacific Yearly Meeting regarding breaking of Seneca Indian Treaty by the US and the propose Kinzua Dam, 1961.
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Jerome Davis sends Nation article "Breaking the China Stalemate" by Stanley Spector reprinted by Promoting Enduring Peace, 1961.
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William C. Dennis sends reprint from October 1961 Hoosier Farmer, "Indiana's Answer to Harvest of Shame" regarding the plight of farm workers, 1961.
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E. Raymond Wilson sends Dennis copy of speech on crime and punishment by Judge David L. Bazelon, 1961.
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Also includes a story from Time on the attitude of psychiatrists on persons and punishment.

Don DeVault writes regarding appointment with Glenn Seaborg (Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission), 1961.
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John F. Dixon on peaceful enforcement, 1961.
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Diane Duerr regarding Indian Affairs in Oklahoma to date, 1961.
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Josephine Duveneck regarding construction of sanitation facilities in the Tule River Project, 1961.
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E. Raymond Wilson to Charles J. Darlington (Chairman, FCNL General Committee) regarding possible FCNL expansion and its problems, 1961.
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E. Raymond Wilson letter of sympathy to Charles J. Darlington (Chairman, FCNL General Committee) and Eleanor Darlington about his recent operation, 1961.
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Mrs. Gail Eaby (Inglewood, California) from E. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
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"The United Nations is undergoing the most serious crisis in its history with the combination of the death of the Secretary General, the financial crisis, and the problems of the Congo."

Copy of Mrs. Ebay's letter to President Kennedy regarding relations with China and the Committee of One Million, 1961.
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Miss Betty Royon (Director of the Pugwash Secretariat) sends article from the Halifax, Canada Chronicle-Herald honoring Cyrus Eaton's efforts to get scientists and educators together across East-West lives, 1961.
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Cyrus Eaton writes regarding mutual friend Philip Noel-Baker and about Senator Dodd's attack on the Pugwash Conferences, 1961.
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Washington Post article on Cyrus S. Eaton by Frank C. Porter titled "The Enigma of Cyrus S. Eaton", 1961.
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Eaton letter to Samuel LEvering quoting the noted American philosopher-mathematician Norris Cohen, 1961.
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"We are adopting the things that make our enemies powerful and incidentally the things that made them our enemies. The first result of any war is that the adversaries exchange vices. Our danger is that we shall copy the militarism that corrupted Germany and Japan."

EFS to David Elder in Japan, 1961.
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"The experience which you and your wife have had is, in my opinion, just what the Peace Corps ought to be looking for in supervisory and program personnel."

Joe Elliott (Arlington, Virginia) writes to President Kennedy regarding those who cannot conscientiously pay war taxes and receives an unsatisfactory reply for the Treasury, 1961.
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Homewood Friends in Baltimore will observed the 300th anniversary of the original affirmation of the Friends Peace Testimony, October 15-17, 1961.
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EFS speaks the evening of October 15th.

John A. Ernest sends Princeton reprint of Fellowship of Reconciliation New York Times ad on Cuba – "We Cannot Condone This Act", 1961.
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Mary Lou Frost (Coordinator, Eugene, Oregon Peace Information Center) sends copies of their newsletter, 1961.
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Excellent example of local initiative.

Lauretta J. Evans proposes conference on Cuba and commends the article "The Fight Against Castro" in the April 17 "New Republic", 1961.
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Harold Evans from EFS on statement by lawyers Committee for Retaining the Connally Reservation, 1961.
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Harron Freeman sends 25 copies of his book "Dear Mr. President" on American Foreign Policy for distribution to Congress and where it will do the most good, 1961.
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James Finucane (Committee for Return of Confiscated German and Japanese Property), 1961.
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EFS sends article on Civil Defense to Arnold Feldman (American Veterans Committee) in response to their request, 1961.
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Ross Field and EFS regarding migratory agricultural workers, 1961.
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Robert Fox (chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes) regarding Indian bills, 1961.
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Leslie Frazer letter to President Kennedy on intervention in Cuba, 1961.
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Third printing of Frances Neely's study on Cuba – 7,000 copies of Action Bulletin printed.

Frances Neely presents print of view on Cuba 180 degrees in the opposite direction to Max Friedman, 1961.
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E. Raymond Wilson to Barron A. Freeman, June 6, 1961.
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"We have just figured out that Stuart Innerst, Ed Snyder, or I have talked in person with 185 representatives and 57 senators since January 1969."

Friends Medical Society announces meeting on January 29, 1962 in New York City, 1961.
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October Frost wants some more copies of Congressman Ryan's speech "Civil Defense: Dangerous False Security or Indispensable Protection", 1961.
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Briefing against Civil Defense, Fellowship of Reconciliation National Headquarters, December 9, 1961.
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Fellowship of Reconciliation correspondence on NATO, 1961.
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Fellowship of Reconciliation FBI Warning Chart, 1961.
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Major issues propagandized by the Communist Party – peaceful coexistence, outlawing all nuclear weapons, disarmament, admission of Communist China to the UN, reunification of Germany, exchange of delegations between the United States and the Soviet Union, etc.

Fellowship of Reconciliation to Al Hassler, 1961.
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Humphrey says little chance to see the President.

Memo from Brewster Kneen, Fellowship of Reconciliation Headquarters, 1961.
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Nuclear testing, disarmament, Berlin, China.

Fellowship of Reconciliation: EPW to Robert Gore, 1961.
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Off the record interview with James W. Symington (Deputy Director, Food for Peace Program), including Food for China, more correspondence on Food for China.

A.J. Muste (Fellowship of Reconciliation) writes that 350 schools were to receive $250 to purchase materials for how to build fall-out shelters, 1961.
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OCDM says that 600 high schools will participate in the program.

Fellowship of Reconciliation proposal for a constant vigil in the UN Chapel, 1961.
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Friends Journal: E. Raymond Wilson promises article on his impression of the World Assembly of the World Council of Churches, 1961.
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Friends Peace Committee (London, England): Appeal to President Kennedy on behalf of the Religious Society of Friends in Great Britain, 1961.
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Expresses hope that the United States "will continue firmly in the path that leads to the total renunciation of all nuclear testing and armament, and to general disarmament."

Friends Peace Committee (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania): Armed Forces Week Confrontations, May 15-20, 1961.
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Friends Peace Committee (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania): Report on the Vigil Against Bomb Testing, November 11, 1961.
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Friends Peace Committee (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania): Christmas Peace Pilgrimage from Nazareth to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, December 24, 1961.
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Friends Peace Committee (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania): Dorothy Hutchinson's letter to President Kennedy on Cuba, April 24, 1961.
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EFS to Cecil Thomas asking him to be a Friend in Washington, 1961.
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Friends World Committee (Philadelphia and England): Press release from Third National Conference of Friends on Race Relations, 1961.
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125 Quakers from 60 meetings, including many in the South – "time is running out…it is still open to Friends to convert tensions into ties of humanity."

Friends World Committee (Philadelphia and England): James F. Walker writes that Kenya Friends are discussing developing a committee on legislation and urging E. Raymond Wilson to stop there on the way back from the World Council Assembly in India, 1961.
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Friends World Committee (Philadelphia and England): Letter from Herbert Hadley, 1961.
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Friends participation in the World Association of World Federalists, Paris, November 24-25.

Roy Gage to the President regarding assistance to the Seneca Indians because of the dislocation by the proposed Kinzua Dam, 1961.
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Gayle Gardner Earlham College interview Supreme Court William O. Douglas, 1961.
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Lawrence Giese (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) on civil defense shelters, 1961.
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Waukesha rejected the building of a two or three hundred thousand dollar building. Editorial in the Waukesha Freeman – letter regarding false radar readings reflected from the moon but interpreted as enemy missiles coming toward the US.

Edmuch Goerke follow-up on the Conference on Crime and Treatment of Offenders, 1961.
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Abram B. Goldstein on Civilian Income Tax Bill, 1961.
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Harry E. Graybill from E. Raymond Wilson on Food for China, 1961.
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Julian G. Griggs from E. Raymond Wilson on Goldwater and the Arms Control Agency Bill, 1961.
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Goldwater fought in the Senate to take out all research authorization in the Arms Control Agency Bill.

"My understanding that the sit-inners and Freedom Riders are using more effective techniques than they knew about several years ago", 1961.
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E. Raymond Wilson writes about meetings with senators and congress members, June 13, 1961.
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"In the last 17 months, since January 1960, staff members have interviewed 185 members of the House of Representatives and 57 Senators" much by Friend in Washington Stuart Innerst.

Robert Grinstead – enthusiastic about the staff studies on Cuba and the execution of chessman, 1961.
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Robert J. Gwyn sends open letter to President Kennedy by 174 local citizens near Urbana, Illinois, May 1961.
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"Acts such as our Cuban intervention appear to abandon rather than defend the principles of our system in the face of the costs and perils of living in a world of Revolutionary change."

E. Raymond Wilson to John F. Kennedy regarding deterioration of relations with Cuba, April 17, 1961.
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George McGovern (Director, Food for Peace) – Food for China, 1961.
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College Park Association of Friends (San Jose, California) to President Kennedy commending his masterful address before the United Nations on September 25, 1961.
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Kennedy's address included seeking to enlist the nations of the world in a "peace race."

Issues Conference at Marina Jr. High School, October 28, 1961.
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Pearlonna Briggs (Wichita, Kansas) to President Kennedy expressing opposition to further involvement in Cuba, 1961.
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Edmund C. Berkeley to President Kennedy urging setting of China in the UN, 1961.
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Lewis E. Berry (Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization) regarding civil defense programs, 1961.
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Quotes Mr. Ellis, "As a God-fearing nation, we should accept the fact that it is our responsibility to survive…" "To that let me add only that a strong, protected nation, not a weak, unarmed one, is our best assurance of peace."

Dryden L. Phelps to Theodore C. Corensen (General Counsel, White House), 1961.
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Urges arms free zone in Central Europe. "More and more American citizens are becoming convinced of the fallacy of civil defense shelters."

Iona S. Fitzgerald writes Sorensen against resuming atmospheric tests and criticizing our military spending, 1961.
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Charlotte Winnemore (Columbus) opposing nuclear testing, 1961.
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Pleading for the use of the United Nations in making the world right.

Ruthanna M. Simms (Richmond, Indiana) to President Kennedy regarding nuclear testing, 1961.
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Alice Shoemaker (Azusa, California) to President Kennedy against civil defense fallout shelters, 1961.
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"I urge that instead you bend every effort to the prevention of war through adequately implementing the new Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, increasing economic aid to underdeveloped countries, engaging wholeheartedly in disarmament negotiations, and working out a solution to the Berlin impasse through negotiation."

R.B. Jameson questions Congressman Frank T. Bow on policies around the military, disarmament, and foreign policy, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Topics include the draft, the "hush-hush" on proceedings of a military nature, disarmament, equalization of domestic and foreign trade, lack of effective use of the United Nations, and excessive burden of our present taxation methods.

R. Vance MacDowell to President Kennedy, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

"Do not stoop to the low level to which Russia's leaders have sunk in their resumption of nuclear tests…Men of force have no other trade than war."

Off the record interview with George S. McGovern (Administration of Food for Peace Program) by interfaith delegation, January 13, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

7 page report.

Joan Kain (ICA) from E. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Quoting Alice Freeman Palmer, "Put your life into people; these touch other people, and those others still; and so you go on living forever." Also the story of Dr. Martha Elliott and the Russians. "Mountains may never come together but men can."

McGeorge Bundy to Adelaid Baker – test ban treaty, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Vincent V. McRae on behalf of Jerome Wiesner, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
The White House to Frances Neely, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Thanks for the article from the San Francisco Chronicle and opinions on civil defense.

Arthur Schlesinger to [illegible], 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Thanks for the San Francisco Chronicle article. Also, Marc Raskin.

Ralph Dungan (White House) to Edward F. Snyder, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Thanks for the letter prior to the President's address at the United Nations and sending the President's address.

EFS letter to President Kennedy, September 14, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

"Grave concern over the present trend of international events…We appeal to you in the strongest possible terms to take steps now to reverse this deadly speed."

Myer Feldman (White House) to E. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Thanks to E. Raymond Wilson for the suggestion by Henry Bernstein on power for the National Peace Agency to make grants to universities, associations, societies, labor unions, etc. for pilot projects designed to eliminate causes of war and encourage peacemaking processes.

George McGovern (Director, Food for Peace) from E. Raymond Wilson, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Letters regarding food for Communist China.

J. Stuart Innerst to Theodore Sorenson, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Regarding Dirksen's concurrent Resolution, S. Con. Res. 22, opposing UN seating and US recognition. Innerst hopes the report is wrong that Secretary Rusk approves this resolution.

Richard Goodwin (White House) interview with a group of Friends, May 10, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
EFS letter to President Kennedy on neutrality and Cuba, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Asking for full and active support for US neutrality and article 15 of the Charter of the Organization of American States and to accept the March 4th offer by Argentina for mediation between the US and Cuba.

Charles Cooper (assistant to the chairman, Council of Economic Advisers) invitation by Frances Neely to attend the Seventh National Conference on Disarmament (April 10-11), 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Chester Bowles from E. Raymond Wilson – congratulations on appointment as Under Secretary of State, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Urges him to consider eight steps.

Correspondence regarding attitude of Congress members and Senators on the proposed US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
EFS to Miss Frances Usenik (US Disarmament Administration) sending FCNL statement on disarmament from 1943-1961, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
E. Raymond Wilson to John J. McCloy (US Disarmament Agency) asking for appointment, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
E. Raymond Wilson to Betty Gretz (US Disarmament Agency) – congratulations on appointment to John J. McCloy's staff, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Edmund A. Gullion (US Disarmament Agency) from E. Raymond Wilson – activities of various churches and agencies on disarmament, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
EFS to Frank Ellis (Director, Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization), 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Asking what justification there is for TV statement that "nine out of ten Americans would survive a maximum nuclear attack on the United States" if proper precautions were taken?

Correspondence regarding State Department briefings, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Harry Seamans sends picture taken at State Department briefings, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
George P. Larrick (Commissioner of Food and Drugs) from E. Raymond Wilson declining to be a member of a small group of organizational representatives to work closely with the FDA, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Stewart L. Udall (Secretary of the Interior) from EFS – Friends delegation on Indian affairs to see him February 16, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Edwin W. Martin (Director for Chinese Affairs, Department of State) to Frances Neely – difficulties sending food to Communist China, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
David L. Norman (Attorney, Civil Rights Division, Department of Justice) to Walter Ludwig on voting discrimination, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Congressman Clarence Cannon and Senator Leverett Saltonstall from EPW regarding mutual security bill, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Telegram strongly urges appropriation of full amount for development grants in mutual security bill.

Telegram to representatives asking for full $500 million for President Kennedy's program for Latin American social progress, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Senator J.W. Fulbright (Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee) from EFS regarding US membership in the proposed Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

Support for US membership in the proposed Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

Letters to congress members defeated in the November elections, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Letters to new Representatives and Senators, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Bill Moyers (Peace Corps), 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Scope and Contents

"I heard Ed Snyder's testimony and was impressed not only by what he said but by Ed personally. You are fortunate to have a person like him."

Sargent Shriver from EFS to participate in the National Conference on International Economic and Social Development, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 54
Correspondence, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 55
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series A: 56
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1962.
Box DG 047: Series A: 57
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1962.
Box DG 047: Series A: 58
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1962.
Box DG 047: Series A: 59
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1962.
Box DG 047: Series A: 60
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1962.
Box DG 047: Series A: 61
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1963.
Box DG 047: Series A: 62
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1963.
Box DG 047: Series A: 63
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1963.
Box DG 047: Series A: 64
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1963.
Box DG 047: Series A: 65
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1963.
Box DG 047: Series A: 66
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 67
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 68
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 69
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 70
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1964.
Box DG 047: Series A: 71
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1965.
Box DG 047: Series A: 72
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1965.
Box DG 047: Series A: 73
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1965.
Box DG 047: Series A: 74
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1965.
Box DG 047: Series A: 75
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1965.
Box DG 047: Series A: 76
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1966.
Box DG 047: Series A: 77
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1966.
Box DG 047: Series A: 78
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1966.
Box DG 047: Series A: 79
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1966.
Box DG 047: Series A: 80
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1952-1960.
Box DG 047: Series A: 81
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1952-1960.
Box DG 047: Series A: 82
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Area offices correspondence, 1961-1965.
Box DG 047: Series A: 83
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Area offices correspondence, 1961-1965.
Box DG 047: Series A: 84
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Area offices correspondence, 1961-1965.
Box DG 047: Series A: 85
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1967.
Box DG 047: Series A: 86
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1967.
Box DG 047: Series A: 87
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1967.
Box DG 047: Series A: 88
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1967.
Box DG 047: Series A: 89
Correspondence, 1968.
Box DG 047: Series A: 90
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1968.
Box DG 047: Series A: 91
Scope and Contents

A box list is available as a PDF.

Correspondence, 1968.
Box DG 047: Series A: 92
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, A - C, 1969.
Box DG 047: Series A: 93
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, D - H, 1969.
Box DG 047: Series A: 94
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, I - O, 1969.
Box DG 047: Series A: 95
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, P - Z, 1969.
Box DG 047: Series A: 96
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, A - Cl, 1970.
Box DG 047: Series A: 97
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, Co - G, 1970.
Box DG 047: Series A: 98
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, H - N, 1970.
Box DG 047: Series A: 99
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, O - Z, 1970.
Box DG 047: Series A: 100
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, A - E, 1971.
Box DG 047: Series A: 101
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, F - M, 1971.
Box DG 047: Series A: 102
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, N - Z, 1971.
Box DG 047: Series A: 103
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, A - G, 1972.
Box DG 047: Series A: 104
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, Government - McG, 1972.
Box DG 047: Series A: 105
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, Ma - Q, 1972.
Box DG 047: Series A: 106
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, R - Z, 1972.
Box DG 047: Series A: 107
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, A - C, 1973.
Box DG 047: Series A: 108
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, D - Z, 1973.
Box DG 047: Series A: 109
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence on Proposed Tax Statement, January 1974.
Box DG 047: Series A: 110
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, A - F, 1974.
Box DG 047: Series A: 111
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, FCL - L, 1974.
Box DG 047: Series A: 112
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, M - T, 1974.
Box DG 047: Series A: 113
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, U - Z, 1974.
Box DG 047: Series A: 114
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, 1975.
Box DG 047: Series A: 115
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Correspondence, 1975.
Box DG 047: Series A: 116
Scope and Contents

This section of the collection is not indexed.

Auditor's reports, 1944-1979.
Box DG 047: Series A: 117

Arrangement

This series is arranged chronologically.

Carbons of outgoing correspondence, October 1957 - April 1960.
Box DG 047: Series B: 1
Carbons of outgoing correspondence, May 1960 - August 1961.
Box DG 047: Series B: 2
Carbons of outgoing correspondence, September 1961 - October 1962.
Box DG 047: Series B: 3
Carbons of outgoing correspondence, November 1962 - August 1963.
Box DG 047: Series B: 4
Carbons of outgoing correspondence, September 1963 - April 1964.
Box DG 047: Series B: 5
Carbons of outgoing correspondence, May 1964 - February 1965.
Box DG 047: Series B: 6
Carbons of outgoing correspondence, March 1965 - February 1966.
Box DG 047: Series B: 7
Carbons of outgoing correspondence, March 1966 - December 1966.
Box DG 047: Series B: 8
Carbons of outgoing correspondence, January 1967 - September 1968.
Box DG 047: Series B: 9
Scope and Contents

Missing January - June 1968

Arrangement

This series is arranged in chronological order.

Scope and Contents

Missing 1964 and 1969 is incomplete

Incoming mail summaries, 1959.
Box DG 047: Series C: 1
Incoming mail summaries, 1961.
Box DG 047: Series C: 2
Incoming mail summaries, 1965.
Box DG 047: Series C: 3
Incoming mail summaries, 1967.
Box DG 047: Series C: 4

Arrangement

The campaign against UMT ran intensively between 1944 and March 1952 when the UMT bill was defeated by recommittal. Folders for the various years do not follow a completely consistent pattern. Action refers to activities against UMT by the FCNL and/or other organizations.

Material for and against UMT is scattered throughout the years when date of publication was available. The most nearly complete file of National Council Against Conscription pamphlets and flyers is contained in the 1951-52 files.

Where folders contain material for more than one year, the folders are filed in the latter year.

The minutes of the FCNL contain reference to important decisions; including special campaign and financial reports of extra-budgetary funds solicited.

There is very little material in these conscription files for the years after 1955, for 1950, and 1953-54. I do not have an explanation for the small amount of material for some of the years. Apparently there was no major legislation activity and no major FCNL effort.

There is some correspondence on UMT scattered through the FCNL Correspondence files from 1944 on. For the most part, this correspondence is not indexed.

Material bearing on disarmament and FCNL sponsored disarmament activities conferences is in a special disarmament file–again, not complete in itself–which has been retained at FCNL headquarters as background material for the current international disarmament talks. This will be deposited at Swarthmore later.

Boxes 106-108 are missing.

Related Materials

Five bound volumes on Disarmament and Conscription in the FCNL. Library Archives in Washington covering the period 1944- . Some, but not all, of the material is on file at the Wilmington College Library.

Complete sets of Conscription News no. 1-252 running from 1944-1959 published by the National Council Against Conscription and edited and largely written by John Swomley. One set is on file in the Swarthmore Peace Collection, one bound set in the Library of Congress, and one set in the FCNL archives.

The FCNL Washington Newsletter, action bulletins, and FCNL memos from 1944 through 1969 will give a partial running summary of major conscription developments.

Hearings before House and Senate Committees over the years, some of which have been transferred to Swarthmore, some of which are on file at the FCNL, and others of which can be consulted in the Library of Congress.

There is no complete segregation in these FCNL files between activities against Universal Military Training (UMT), Selective Service enactment and extension, and against compulsory reserve system, so the labels on the folders are not completely accurate at this point.

Scope and Contents

This series contains work files and reference files about universal military training (UMT), conscription, and disarmament. These files are suggestions only and not definitive about the activities of the FCNL in these various areas. These files should be checked against the FCNL newsletters and the rest of the material in the FCNL bound volumes in the FCNL headquarters, against the cumulative gray boxes of reference material in the FCNL library which are weeded out from time to time, and against the correspondence files.

Articles from the Encyclopedia Britannica, American Union AGainst Militarism, No Compulsory Drill for Growing Boys, 1919.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
Historical Military Training by E. Raymond Wilson and Glenn Everett, 1920-1945.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
Conscription, 1920-1940.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
ROTC - Legislation and statements by educators, 1930.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
UMT - Against and publications against, 1936-1943.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
Conscription, 1940.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
Daniel Webster on the Draft, 1940.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
Conscription - Seminar at Pendle Hill on Coercion and Disarmament, 1943.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
Gurney Wadsworth Bill (S. 701 or H.R. 1806) and Austin Wadsworth Bill (S. 666 and N.R. 1742), 1943.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
International Abolition of Conscription, 1945-1947.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
UMT and Conscription Polls, 1945-1947.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
Women's Committee to Oppose Conscription, 1942-1948.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
Military Training Japan and other countries, 1942-1945.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
UMT costs and National Council Against Conscription Literature, 1946-1952.
Box Series D: 1 [SCPC-0001]
Box 1a [SCPC-0002].
Box Series D: 1a [SCPC-0002]
Pres. Roosevelt and Conscription clippings, 1939-1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Eleanor Roosevelt, 1936-1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
For UMT - general, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
For UMT clippings, April-August 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
For UMT clippings, September-December 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Against UMT, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Pro and Con of UMT, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Legislation - general, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Legislation - May Bill clippings, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Legislation - May Bill comments on Amendments, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Legislation - National Service Act, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Action - general, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Action - Peace Strategy Board Action, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Action - Proposed Letter to President, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Pacifist Conference, December 6, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Scope and Contents

Re: provisions for C.O.'s in National Service or conscription bills

Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
Conference to discuss whether to seek C.O. provisions in any conscription or National Service Bill (Philadelphia), December 6, 1944.
Box Series D: 2 [SCPC-0003]
For UMT, 1945.
Box Series D: 3 [SCPC-0004]
Against UMT - general, 1945.
Box Series D: 3 [SCPC-0004]
Against UMT - clippings, 1945.
Box Series D: 3 [SCPC-0004]
Pro and con of UMT, 1945.
Box Series D: 3 [SCPC-0004]
Letters and bulletins from Jeanette Hadley to E. Raymond Wilson and Miriam D. Wilson, April 14-May 9, 1945.
Box Series D: 3 [SCPC-0004]
Scope and Contents

Re: Universal Military Training and worker draft

UMT clippings, October 1945.
Box Series D: 3 [SCPC-0004]
UMT clippings, November 1945.
Box Series D: 3 [SCPC-0004]
UMT - Post War Military Conscription, 1945.
Box Series D: 4 [SCPC-0005]
Statements and resolutions - resolutions against, 1945.
Box Series D: 4 [SCPC-0005]
Legislation - hearings summary, 1945.
Box Series D: 4 [SCPC-0005]
Legislation - hearings before House Select Committee, June 1945.
Box Series D: 4 [SCPC-0005]
Legislation - hearings before House Military Affairs Committee, December 1945.
Box Series D: 4 [SCPC-0005]
Legislation - mobilization of civilian manpower, House vote, February 1, 1945.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Attitudes of Members of Congress, 1945.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Action - general, 1945.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Action - Walter Sykes reports and correspondence, 1945.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Effect of war activities upon colleges report from House Committee on Education, February 23, 1945.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Field reports, 1945.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Press stories, 1945.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Contact lists, 1945.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
For UMT, 1946.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Against UMT, 1946.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Resolutions, 1946.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Legislation - general, 1946.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Legislation - House Roll Call votes, 1940-1946.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Legislation - Senate Roll Call Votes, 1940-1946.
Box Series D: 5 [SCPC-0006]
Peacetime Conscription Hearings (House Military Affairs Committee), January-February 1945.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Draft extension, 1946.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Congressional attitudes, 1946.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Action - general, 1946.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Action - National Council Against Conscription, 1946.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
For UMT and conscription, 1947.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Against UMT and conscription, 1947.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Source book - Peacetime Compulsory Military Training, 1947.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Resolutions adopted by organizations, 1947.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Book of Resolutions, 1947.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Legislation, 1947.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
Hearings, 1947.
Box Series D: 6 [SCPC-0007]
National Security Training Act of 1947, Towe Bill, H.R. 4121-H.R.4278, 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Draft extension, 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Selective Service System, 1946-1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Congressional attitudes - mailing list by congressional districts, 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Rep. Harness Report on War Department Propaganda, 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
President Truman's Commission on Universal Training - AFSC testimony by Clarence E. Pickett, Harold Evans, and E. Raymond Wilson, 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Scope and Contents

Includes list of 16 questions for the Commission to explore submitted by E. Raymond Wilson. "An Analysis of the Report" by John Swomley signed by 16 distinguished Americans. Also "The Facts Behind the Report." Both published by the National Council Against Conscription. Summary of Norman Thomas Testimony.

Fort Knox Experimental Unit, 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Clippings collected by Frederick J. Libby and NCPW, January-April 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Clippings, May-August 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Clippings, September-December 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
UMT - memoranda, E. Raymond Wilson, 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Action - FCNL, 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Action - National Council Against Conscription, 1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Action - Proposals, 1946-1947.
Box Series D: 7 [SCPC-0008]
Scope and Contents

Includes American Legion Citizens Emergency Committee and Veterans of Foreign Wars

Action - Brethren Service Commission, 1947.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Action - John Swomley correspondence, 1947.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Action - Strategy Conference, November 6-September 8, 1947.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Los Angeles Committee to Prevent Compulsory Military Training, 1947.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Fred Burdick Reports, 1945-1947.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Annalee Stewart, 1947.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Field reports, 1947.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Scope and Contents

From Henry Shipherd, Chester Gray, and others

Miscellaneous, 1947.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
For UMT and conscription, 1948.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Against UMT and conscription, 1948.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Legislation - FCNL, 1948.
Box Series D: 8 [SCPC-0009]
Legislation - hearings, 1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Legislation - C.O. legislative proposals for Amendments, 1944-1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Related Materials

See also the major file on Conscientious Objectors in Series E.

Legislation - Selective Service Act of 1948 (H.R. 6401-S. 2655), 1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Legislation - testimonies for, 1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Legislation - testimonies against, 1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Congressional Attitudes, 1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
UMT Memoranda by E. Raymond Wilson, 1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Action - FCNL, 1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Action - Strategy Conference, March 17, 1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Action - National Youth Assembly Against UMT, 1948.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Action - Committee Against Jim Crow in Military Service and Training.
Box Series D: 9 [SCPC-0010]
Box 9a [SCPC-0011].
Box Series D: 9a [SCPC-0011]
Action - correspondence, May-October 1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Action - correspondence, November-December 1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Action - New York State Council of Churches, 1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Field reports - Chester Graham, 1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Field reports - Mr. Frederick G. Poole (Michigan Signatures Against UMT), 1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Field reports - George Loft, 1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Field reports - Annalee and Alexander Stewart, 1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Field reports - Alexander Stewart, 1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Chicago Committee to Opposed Conscription, 1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Farm Organizations, 1947-1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Labor Organizations, 1947-1948.
Box Series D: 10 [SCPC-0012]
Organizations, 1948.
Box Series D: 11 [SCPC-0013]
Advice on Conscription and War, Friends Conference at Earlham College (Richmond, Indiana), July 20-22, 1948.
Box Series D: 11 [SCPC-0013]
Los Angeles Committee to Prevent Compulsory Military Training, 1948.
Box Series D: 11 [SCPC-0013]
Fred Burdick Reports, 1948.
Box Series D: 11 [SCPC-0013]
Church Conference on World Peace, April 6-7, 1948.
Box Series D: 11 [SCPC-0013]
Series D: 12 [SCPC-0014].
Box Series D: 12 [SCPC-0014]
Legislation - hearings, 1951.
Box Series D: 13 [SCPC-0015]
Legislation - testimonies against, 1951.
Box Series D: 13 [SCPC-0015]
Legislation - House and Senate, 1951.
Box Series D: 13 [SCPC-0015]
Congressional attitudes by states, 1951.
Box Series D: 13 [SCPC-0015]
Scope and Contents

Includes February List, November List, and opinions on the 18 year old draft, etc.

Delegations to interview members of Congress, 1951.
Box Series D: 13 [SCPC-0015]
Congressional attitudes - Burdick Poll, 1951.
Box Series D: 13 [SCPC-0015]
C.O. provisions, 1951.
Box Series D: 13 [SCPC-0015]
Coronet Films Classroom Movies for Tomorrow's Draftees, 1951.
Box Series D: 13 [SCPC-0015]
Indiana College Plan for Maintenance of National Manpower, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Action by Organizations: A-F, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Action by Organizations: G-Q, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Action by Organizations: R-Z, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Field Contacts States: Arizona to Illinois, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Field Contacts States: Indiana to New Mexico, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Field Contacts States: New York to North Carolina, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Field Contacts States: Ohio, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Field Contacts States: Oklahoma to Wyoming, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
UMT Memoranda - E. Raymond Wilson, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Fred Burdick Reports, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
Miscellaneous, 1951.
Box Series D: 14 [SCPC-0016]
For UMT and conscription, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Against UMT and conscription, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - S. 2441, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - hearings, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - proposed amendment to the Selective Service and Training Act of 1941, as amended, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - Commission's Recommended Legislation H.R. 5903 and H.R. 5904, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - some testimonies for and against, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - Reserve Bill H.R. 5426-S. 2387, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - Vinson Amendments in attempted Revival of UMT, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - Votes of Present House members on conscription, 1940-1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislative history, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - analysis of UMT and reserves, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Legislation - ROTC plan, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Defeat of UMT by Recomittal, March 4, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Scope and Contents

After 8 years of effort.

UMT - typical packet to congressmen, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Letter from senators, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Letters from House members, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Congressional attitudes - reports on interviews, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Congressional attitudes - work lists, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Action, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Milton and Freda Hadley Reports, 1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Strategy meetings, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 15 [SCPC-0017]
Conscience and Conscription statement by Friends Coordinating Committee on Peace, March 11, 1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
UMT - American Friends Service Committee, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
AFSC Correspondence, 1951-March 1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
Field contacts - list of persons for possible anti-UMT work, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
Action by church organizations, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
National Council Against Conscription, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
Educational Organizations, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
Labor Organizations, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
UMT - implications for labor, 1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
Doctor's Draft, 1952-1953.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
Farm Organizations, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
Correspondence: A-E, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 16 [SCPC-0018]
Correspondence: M-S, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
Correspondence: T-Z, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
UMT and the Draft magazine article, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
Press releases, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
National Council Against Conscription publications, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
Scope and Contents

This is the largest single collection of NCAC publications in these files, but there are publications during many of the other years. Not all NCAC publications are dated.

Publications by organizations other than the National Council Against Conscription, 1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
Growth of Military Power and Control, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
Scope and Contents

Including Report on the Orientation Conference for Religious Leadership held in the Pentagon, January 15-17, 1952 by Algie I. Newlin and "The Ascendency of the Military in American Life," by E. Raymond Wilson, March 13, 1952.

UMT - Morals and Welfare, 1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
The American Forum of the Air, February 17, 1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
Scope and Contents

Participants included Lt. General Raymond S. McLain, Major General Lewis B. Hershey, John Swomley, and E. Raymond Wilson. The subject of the forum was "Do We Need UMT NOW?"

UMT - Memoranda by E. Raymond Wilson, 1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
Fred Burdick Reports, 1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
Clipping, 1952.
Box Series D: 17 [SCPC-0019]
UMT - Miscellaneous, 1954.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Scope and Contents

Includes attendance at conference for farm and churchleaders, Grange Conference Room (October 4, 1954).

Anti-Conscription Campaign of 1955, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Scope and Contents

Includes History of FCNL Anti-Conscription Campaign (1955) by Marie Kloez (31 pages) and contributors to Campaign and finance report on special extra-budgetary campaign.

UMT - resolutions against, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Hearings, bills, reports, reserve plan, Selective Service Extension, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Votes of present representatives and Senators on conscription, 1940-1952.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Questions for congressmen - National Council Against Conscription, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Action on Conscription, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Scope and Contents

Includes action sheets 1-21.

Mailing lists for action, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Delegations, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Reports of interviews, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Letters to congressmen, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Congressional attitudes by states: Alabama-Connecticut, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Congressional attitudes by states: Delaware-Illinois, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Congressional attitudes by states: Indiana, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Congressional attitudes by states: Iowa-Maryland, 1955.
Box Series D: 18 [SCPC-0020]
Congressional attitudes by states: Massachusetts-Nebraska, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Congressional attitudes by states: New Hampshire-North Carolina, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Congressional attitudes by states: Ohio-Pennsylvania, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Congressional attitudes by states: Rhode Island-Texas, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Congressional attitudes by states: Utah-Wisconsin, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Congressional attitudes - work lists, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Reserve Forces Act, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
UMT and Compulsory Reserve - material for distribution, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
National Council Against Conscription - John Swomley, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
National Council Against Conscription - materials for circulation, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
UMT organizations and lists, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Notes on staff meetings, January-May 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Editorial contacts, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Correspondence: A-E, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Correspondence: F-J, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Correspondence: K-P, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Correspondence: Q-U, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Correspondence: V-Z, 1955.
Box Series D: 19 [SCPC-0021]
Correspondence - organizations: A-F, individuals by states, 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Correspondence - organizations: A-W, individuals by states, 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Field contacts: Clyde Matheny, 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Field contacts by states: Eastern U.S., 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Field contacts by states: Midwestern U.S., 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Field contacts by states: Western U.S., 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Literature: printing and distribution, 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Memos to California and others, 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Research and miscellaneous, 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Fred Burdick Reports, 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
UMT and miscellaneous clippings, 1955.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Opposition to Draft Extension - resolutions, statements, testimonies, 1959.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Draft Extension, 1959.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
National Security Training Commission, 1956-1959.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Annual Report to Congress, 1959.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Background information on the draft, 1959; 1965-1967.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Friends and conscription, 1945-1960.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Hearings on Draft Extension, 1967.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
Voluntary Army, 1959.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
National Capital Area Council of Churches against Draft Extension, 1959.
Box Series D: 20 [SCPC-0022]
UMT and conscription, circa 1920-1952.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
Scope and Contents

Mainly from NCPW files. The materials in this box turned up after the FCNL UMT and Conscription files were completed. Most of the material came from the National Council for Prevention of War files, which Frederick J. Libby gave years ago to Raymond Wilson. There was not time available to check against the other boxes so there will be some duplication, nor was there time to re-sort the contents by years, hence the folders overlap in years. It seemed logical to put this with the conscription files. UMT, Peacetime Conscription, and SElective Service are used somewhat interchangeably in these files so the debates and actions regarding extension of selective service are not all clearly segregated.

Glenn Everett - Defeat of Universal Peacetime Conscription in 1920, 1920.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
Industrial Mobilization; Bill-Sheppard and Hay Mills land, 1938.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
Conscription miscellaneous, 1924-1945.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
Religion in the army, 1939-1946.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
Proposed statement to government absolutionists by Peace Churches, 1940.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
Conscription policy in various foreign countries, 1924-1949.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
Conscription in Europe; training 18-19 year olds in England, 1935-1942.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
Labor Draft, 1940-1942.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
Labor Draft, Australia and others, 1941-1943.
Box Series D: 21 [SCPC-0023]
The Draft, 1940-1942.
Box Series D: 22 [SCPC-0024]
Conscription Campaign in Australia; League for Freedom, 1949.
Box Series D: 22 [SCPC-0024]
Draft in [illegible], 1940-1946.
Box Series D: 22 [SCPC-0024]
Selective Service, 1941-1942.
Box Series D: 22 [SCPC-0024]
[Tar?] Manpower Commission, 1942.
Box Series D: 22 [SCPC-0024]
Labor Draft for Women in Germany and Great Britain, 1942-1945.
Box Series D: 22 [SCPC-0024]
War, Draft, and Military Training - Rejections for Reasons of Health, 1940-1943; 1944.
Box Series D: 22 [SCPC-0024]
UMT and Peacetime Conscription - miscellaneous, 1942-1952.
Box Series D: 22 [SCPC-0024]
UMT in Peacetime, 1924.
Box Series D: 22 [SCPC-0024]
Manpower Legislation, 1944.
Box Series D: 23 [SCPC-0025]
UMT and Conscription Polls, 1944-1948.
Box Series D: 23 [SCPC-0025]
UMT: Discussions in magazines, 1944-1946.
Box Series D: 23 [SCPC-0025]
Material against UMT and Peacetime Conscription, 1944-1945.
Box Series D: 23 [SCPC-0025]
Local Anti-Conscription Committees, 1945-1947.
Box Series D: 23 [SCPC-0025]
Draft Evasions, 1942-1946.
Box Series D: 23 [SCPC-0025]
For UMT: American Legion, 1944-1948.
Box Series D: 23 [SCPC-0025]
Pro and Con UMT or the Draft, 1944-1952.
Box Series D: 23 [SCPC-0025]
Scope and Contents

Includes material on the nurses draft.

UMT: Soldiers and Veterans, 1944.
Box Series D: 23 [SCPC-0025]
[illegible], 1945.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
Moral Effects of War and Military Training, 1945-1947.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
For UMT and/or the draft, 1945-1952.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
No Conscription Council in England, 1945-1949.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
Clippings on Appeal of Draft and UMT, 1945-1948.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
Conscription: Militarism in Education, 1945-1950.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
Military Men Against UMT, 1940.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
UMT Conference: Other UMT Material, November 6, 1947.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
Statements Against UMT, 1946-1951.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
The Draft, 1951-1953.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
Against the draft, 1947-1952.
Box Series D: 24 [SCPC-0026]
Some testimonies before the Woodrum House Select Committee on Post War Military Policy, 1945.
Box Series D: 24a [SCPC-0027]
NCPW against UMT, 1940.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Text of bills to extend Selective Service, 1950.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Some reasons why UMT was defeated, 1951-1952.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Edwin Randall - UMT letters to AFSC workers, 1952.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
UMT: Farm and Labor, statements against, 1952-1956.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Conscription Outdated the H-Bomb, 1954.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Scope and Contents

Continued from FCNL Box 52 (old numbering), Disarmament before).

Disarmament Before 1938.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Scope and Contents

Largely from NCPW files.

James Frederick Green, Youth to the Statesmen, 1932.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Disarmament prior to 1934.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Disarmament before 1944.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Conscience and Pacifism in World War I, 1915-1918.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
America and World War I, 1917-1919.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Emergency Peace Campaign - No Foreign War Crusade, 1937.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
National Defense Act, 1925.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
National Defense, 1936-1937.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Citizens Military Training Camps, 1929-1933.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Quotations on Military Training by Tucker P. Smith.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Committee on Militarism in Education, circa 1930.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Compulsory Military Training, circa 1933.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Disarmament - a bibliography, 1933.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Walt A. Raitt - Politics of Disarmament, 1919-1933.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Disarmament - cartoons and posters, 1934.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Cartoons - war and peace, 1935.
Box Series D: 25 [SCPC-0028]
Presbyterians, USA - official assembly pronouncements, 1910-1936.
Box Series D: 26 [SCPC-0029]
Total Disarmament - Frazier Amendment, 1927-1936.
Box Series D: 26 [SCPC-0029]
Cartoons - Libby Files, 1932-1936.
Box Series D: 26 [SCPC-0029]
Rearmament, 1934-1936.
Box Series D: 26 [SCPC-0029]
The Military Mind, 1927-1937.
Box Series D: 26 [SCPC-0029]
Rep. Ross A. Colling, The Army and Propaganda, January 10, 1930.
Box Series D: 26 [SCPC-0029]
Disarmament - statements, 1931-1937.
Box Series D: 26 [SCPC-0029]
Rearmament, 1937.
Box Series D: 26 [SCPC-0029]
Rearmament, 1938.
Box Series D: 26 [SCPC-0029]
Disarmament, 1938-1944.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Rearmament, 1938.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Movements in Support of Disarmament, 1931-1938.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Proposed Conference, 1938.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
War Referendum, 1938.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Rearmament, 1939.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Rearmament, 1940.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Figures on Disarmament, 1924-1940.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Civilian Defense, Conference, etc., 1941.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Post War World Council, 1943-1944.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Women and Peace, 1912-1923.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Women and Peace and Resolutions, 1921-1935.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Women and Peace Resolutions, 1936-1941.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Women in the League of Nations, 1927-1931.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Mary E. Woolley, 1934-1939.
Box Series D: 27 [SCPC-0030]
Seven National Conferences, 1953-1961.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Other Non-Governmental Conferences, 1932-1967.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Disarmament Information Service, 1957-1962.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Seven National Conferences on Disarmament, 1953-1961.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
New York Metropolitan Conference on World Disarmament, March 17-18, 1956.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
First National Workshop on World Disarmament (Washington, D.C.), 1953.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Disarmament: Extra Workshop Materials, 1953.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Conference on World Disarmament and Development (New York City), March 24-26, 1954.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
3rd National Conference on Effective Disarmament and World Development, April 30, 1955.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
National Conference on World Disarmament and Development (Baltimore), October 12-13, 1957.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Conference on World Disarmament and Economic Development (San Francisco), May 5-6, 1956.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Continuation Committee - Conference on World Disarmament, 1958-1959.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
6th National Conference on World Disarmament and Development, 1959.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Scope and Contents

Working material.

6th National Conference on World Disarmament, January 23-24, 1959.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Sixth National Conference on World Disarmament and Development, 1959.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
Scope and Contents

Historical material.

1959 Disarmament Conference partial transcript, 1959.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
7th National Conference on World Disarmament (Washington, D.C.), April 10-11, 1961.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
7th National Conference on World Disarmament and Development packet given to participants, 1961.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
7th National Conference on World Disarmament and Development hist., 1961.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
7th National Conference on World Disarmament and Development working papers, misc., etc., 1961.
Box Series D: 28 [SCPC-0031]
International Course for Speakers on Disarmament (Geneva), July 10-23, 1932.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
World Congress Against War (Amsterdam), 1932.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Student Peace Conference, Swarthmore College, 1938.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Looking Toward the Post-War World report of Friends Conference by E. Raymond Wilson (chairman), 1942.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Princeton International Roundtable, July 1943.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Princeton Conference, July 8-11, 1943.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Conscription, Coercion, and Disarmament - Pendle Hill Seminar, October 16-22, 1943.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Scope and Contents

F.J. Libby Files

Conference on America's Commitments for Peace, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and State Department, National Archives Auditorium (Washington, D.C.), November 26-27, 1945.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Atlantic City Peace Conference, February 12-14, 1946.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
A Conference of Church People on Peace, April 6-7, 1948.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Mid-Century Peace Conference, May 1950.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Conference on the Church and War (Detroit), May 8-11, 1950.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Disarmament Conference, September 18, 1952.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Conference on US Responsibility for World Leadership in 1952 (Chicago), February 17-19, 1952.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Disarmament Conference, September 18, 1952.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
FCCP Conference (Pendle Hill), February 16-19, 1953.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Workshop for World Peace (Wooster, Ohio), November 13-14, 1953.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
FCNL Conference (Washington, D.C.), June 13-16, 1953.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Workshop on Disarmament, Boston Area Peace Council, March 12-13, 1954.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Conference on Disarmament, Quaker House (New York), June 11, 1954.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
World Order and Peace (Redlands, California), April 15, 1956.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Military Influence in American Life, Consultative Peace Council (Downingtown, Pennsylvania), May 15-17, 1957.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Friends Conference on Disarmament (Germantown Ohio) message, March 13-16, 1948.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
World Convention on Christian Education (Tokyo, Japan), August 1958.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Third Pugwash Conference of Nuclear Scientists, September 14-21, 1958.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Peace Workers, Woolman Hill (Deerfield, Massachusetts), September 30-October 3, 1958.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Committee Hearing - Shall We Continue to Develop Nuclear Weapons (Terre Haute, Indiana), November 1, 1958.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Meeting on Political Action for Disarmament, Carnegie Endowment Building (New York), December 18, 1959.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Ingles House Conferences: Disarmament and Peace, January 29-31, 1960.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
16 Nation Conference: Parliamentarians' Conference, February 1960.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Economics of Disarmament Packet, March 1960.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Quaker Leadership Seminar - International Development and Disarmament, April 26-30, 1960.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Little Summit Conference (San Francisco), May 13-14, 1960.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Conference on Peace and Militarism, National Grange Conference Room, April 6, 1956.
Box Series D: 29 [SCPC-0032]
Arden House Conferences on Disarmament, 1956-1957; 1958.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Conference to Plan a "Strategy for Peace," Arden House (New York), June 2-5, 1960.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Lehigh Valley National Security Seminar , Chamber of Commerce, September-October 1960.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Princeton University Conference, October 20-21, 1968.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Consultative Conference on Department of State Office of Public Service, Information Liaison Program, October 28, 1960.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Conference on Disarmament at West Richmond Friends Meeting House, November 5, 1960.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Conference on Disarmament and UN - Development of UN Security System, Quaker House (New York), November 18-19, 1960.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
National Security Seminar, Industrial College for Armed Forces (Washington, D.C.), 1960-1961.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Gould House Conference on Economics of Disarmament, January 28-30, 1961.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
AFSC - Peace Jobs and Freedom, April 14-15, 1961.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
UN and Prerequisites of Disarmament, Wilmington College, April 29-30, 1961.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Lobby for Peace, Oslo Conference, May 1961.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
First Intercollegiate Conference on Disarmament, Swarthmore College, February 18, 1962.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Washington Association of Scientists, April 24, 1962.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Symposium on Peace (Great Neck, New York), November 20, 1962.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
International Arms Control Symposium (Ann Arbor, Michigan), December 17-20, 1962.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Peace Research Conference, Rocky Mountains-Great Plains Region, Colorado State University, October 13-14, 1962.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Peace Walk (California), March-April 1961.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
United States, China, and the Bomb, April 25, 1963.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Strategy for Peace Conference (New York City), November 19-20, 1963.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
First Intercollegiate Conference on Disarmament and Arms Control, 1962.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
International Arms Control Symposium (Ann Arbor, Michigan), December 17-20, 1962.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Strategy for Peace Conference (New York City), November 19-20, 1963.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Conference on Nuclear Weapons Policy (Washington, D.C.), December 15, 1964.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Pacem in Terris Conference (Racine, Wisconsin), 1964.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
ERW European trip notes (Friedewald, Germany), September 2-24, 1964.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Politics of Disarmament Conference, 1967.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
NGO Conference on Disarmament (Geneva), September 25-29, 1972.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Disarmament Information Service, 1957-1959.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Disarmament Information Service, 1960-1962.
Box Series D: 30 [SCPC-0033]
Scope and Contents

Includes materials on the debate surrounding international and civilian control of atomic energy; chemical and biological warfare; and the Air War.

Many materials are National Council for Prevention of War files.

Munitions, 1924-1940.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Munitions investigations, 1934-1937.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Arms sales, 1928-1954.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Disarmament, arms control, and profit, 1924-1940.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Munitions - shipbuilding - Wm. B. Shearer Case, 1929-1934.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Scope and Contents

F.J. Libby Files.

Nationalization of Munitions Industry, 1931-1939.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Munitions makers, 1932-1942.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Scope and Contents

Includes Colt et al.

Nye Munitions Commission Investigation and Report, 1934-1936.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Scope and Contents

F.J. Libby Files.

Arms embargo, 1928-1941.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Armament sales to Germany WWI et seq, 1934-1948.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Plane sales to other countries, 1938-1940.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Nationalization of munitions industry, 1931-1939.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Nationalization of munitions, 1934-1937.
Box Series D: 31 [SCPC-0034]
Arms sales, 1937-1940.
Box Series D: 32 [SCPC-0035]
Munitions and munitions investigations, 1934.
Box Series D: 32 [SCPC-0035]
Munitions and munitions investigations, 1935.
Box Series D: 32 [SCPC-0035]
Munitions, 1936.
Box Series D: 32 [SCPC-0035]
Munitions, 1930-1933.
Box Series D: 32 [SCPC-0035]
Munitions, 1934-1940.
Box Series D: 32 [SCPC-0035]
Flanders-Sparkman Resolution, 1953.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
Walter Isard - prime military contracts, 1960; 1962.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
Atomic energy: early press notices on, 1930-1940.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
Early concern to control, 1945-1946.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
The bomb; Hiroshima; Hiroshima - John Hersey, 1945-1950.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
Disarmament: Civilian Control of Atomic Energy, 1945-1946.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
Disarmament: Civilian Control of Atomic Energy, 1945-1950.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
Civilian Control Hearings, 1945.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
Scope and Contents

F.J. Libby Files

Civilian Control, 1945-1946.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
Scope and Contents

F.J. Libby Files

Atomic bomb and control of Atomic Energy, 1945-1946.
Box Series D: 34 [SCPC-0037]
Scope and Contents

F.J. Libby Files

National Committee on Atomic Information, 1945-1946.
Box Series D: 35 [SCPC-0038]
National Committee on Atomic Information, 3/46-12/47.
Box Series D: 35 [SCPC-0038]
Scope and Contents

Periodical

McMahon Bill, S 177 - Civilian Control of Atomic Energy, 1945-1946.
Box Series D: 35 [SCPC-0038]
Bulletin of the ATomic Scientists (Chicago), 1946.
Box Series D: 35 [SCPC-0038]
International and Civilian Control of Atomic Energy, 1945-1946.
Box Series D: 35 [SCPC-0038]
International Civilian Control, 1945-1948.
Box Series D: 35 [SCPC-0038]
State Department - Committee Report on International Control, March 16, 1946.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
Disarmament - Atomic Energy, 1946.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
Control of Atomic Energy, 1946.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
Atomic Energy Commission to the Security Council, 1947.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
Atomic Bomb: First Official Report of Damage to Japan.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
After effects of bombing, 1947-1948.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
Proposed conventions for outlawing atomic and CBW warfare, 1948-1951.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
Eisenhower and the bomb, 1947-1951.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
Russia has the bomb, 1949.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
Scope and Contents

F.J. Libby Files

The atomic age, new weapons, new space ships, 1949-1952.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
History of international negotiations on the atom bomb and atomic energy from the New Republic, April 1950.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
International Atomic Energy Agency, 1957.
Box Series D: 36 [SCPC-0039]
Disarmament: Second world War - discussion on peace terms.
Box Series D: 41 [SCPC-0044]