Planetary Citizens Records
Held at: Swarthmore College Peace Collection [Contact Us]500 College Avenue, Swarthmore 19081-1399
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Overview and metadata sections
Planetary Citizens was an association of individuals who promoted the concept of mutual brotherhood and interdependence of all people, regardless of national origin. Founded in 1971, it was initially promoted as a project of the World Association of World Federalists and World Federalists, USA, and was later incorporated as a distinct organization.
Correspondence (1971-1985), scattered minutes, memoranda, statements, brochures, lists of initial endorsers of the Human Manifesto and Pledge of Planetary Citizenship, financial records, and clippings; together with correspondence with and information about several other groups including International Registry of World Citizens, World Citizens Assembly (1975), World Citizens League, and World Service Authority. Correspondents include Marguerite Clark, Andrew A. D. Clarke, Norman Cousins, J. Duncan Edmonds, Donald F. Keys, Guy Marchand, Toshio Miyake, and René Wadlow.
This collection remains in the order in which it was donated.
Guide to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection, 2nd ed., p. 59.
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers/records.
Gift of Donald Keys, 1979 [acc. 79A-009], 1984 [acc. 84A-125], 1986 [acc. 86A-109].
This collection is unprocessed and remains in the order in which it was donated. This finding aid was created by Amanda Cardillo, in June, 2012.
- Planetary Citizens
- World Association of World Federalists
- World Federalists, USA
- International Registry of World Citizens
- World Citizens League
- World Service Authority
- World Citizens Assembly (1975) (San Francisco State University)
- Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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