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This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in their reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Overview and metadata sections

Ellen Star Brinton, the first Curator of the Swarthmore College Peace Collection (1935-1951), established the Subject File as a way to organize miscellaneous material.

There are two subject file collections:

Subject File #1 refers to material, apoproximately 1952-current, collected since Brinton's time as curator, or material from Subject File #2 which has been incorporated into Subject File #1. Some items are cataloged individually in the library catalog.

Subject File #2 refers to material from approximately 1890-1951, collected by Brinton mostly during her trips to Europe in 1938 and 1947-1948. Most of the items in Subject File #2 are cataloged individually in the library catalog.

This finding aid was first created by SCPC archivists; ArchivesSpace checklist created by Grace Diliberto, April 2022.

Publisher
Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Collection Inventory

Advertising for Peace.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on peace advertising on products.

Africa, circa 1896-.
Related Materials
  1. Americans for South African Resistance (CDGA)
  2. Muriel Lester (CDGB Great Britain)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, 1896- , and materials on Kimbanguist Church, Southern Region, and African Freedom Annual, 1978- .

African-Americans and Peace, circa 1919-.
Related Materials
  1. Conscription (Subject File #1)
  2. Racism / Anti-Racism / Racial Relations (Subject File #1)
  3. John Dillingham (CDGA)
  4. Martin Luther King Jr Collected Papers(CDGA)
  5. A Philip Randolph Collected Papers (CDGA)
  6. March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom; 1963 (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, 1919- , some undated; materials on freedom marches; and a Teacher's Guide for "I Want To Be Free."

Amish Church.
Related Materials

Historic Peace Churches (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Amnesty for Conscientious Objectors and Draft Evaders, circa 1920-.
Related Materials
  1. Draft Resistance/Evasion (Subject File #1)
  2. American Civil Liberties Union: National Committee on Conscientious Objectors (DG 022)
  3. American Civil Liberties Union Collected Records (CDGA)
  4. Amnesty Information and Action Center of Ann Arbor (CDGA)
  5. Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts (CDGA)
  6. Coalition of American War Resisters in Canada (CDGB Canada)
  7. Committee for Amnesty for all Objectors to War and Conscription Collected Records (CDGA)
  8. Communication Group on Conscription and Amnesty (CDGA)
  9. Emergency Ministries Concerning the War (CDGA)
  10. Families of Resisters for Amnesty Collected Records (CDGA)
  11. Gold Star Parents for Amnesty Collected Records (CDGA)
  12. National Council for Universal and Unconditional Amnesty Collected Records (CDGA)
  13. New York Bureau of Legal Advice Collected Records (CDGA)
  14. United Methodist Board of Church and Society (CDGA)
  15. Vietnam Veterans Against the War / Winter Soldier Organization (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes generals materials, 1920- , and materials on the Presidential Clemency Board.

Arbitration and Mediation, 1875-.
Related Materials
  1. Disarmament (Subject File #1)
  2. Foreign Policy: treaties and agreements (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Arrangement

The material is arranged chronologically. Box 1 includes materials 1875-1940. Box 2 includes materials 1941- .

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

General.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Political cartooning/cartoonists.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Information about peace posters.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes materials owned by SCPC and others.

Prints of Soviet posters.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Scope and Contents

None of these materials are owned by SCPC.

Information about peace stamps and stickers, etc.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes materials owned by SCPC and others.

Illustrated covers/envelopes.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Gillette scrapbook of cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Scope and Contents

Dismantled and photocopied.

List of graphics in Oversize Graphics Collection.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Scope and Contents

This list is current as of February 2000.

Arrangement

The graphics in this series are organized by artist last name.

Tony Auth cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Peg Averill cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
John Miller Baer drawings.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Captain Bruce Bairnsfather drawings set "The Bystander's Fragments From France" (7th edition), 1916.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Private C. LeRoy Baldridge booklet "'I Was There!' With the Yanks In France: Sketches Made On the Western Front 1917-1919".
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
George Watson Barratt artwork.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Max Beerbohm booklet "Tales of Three Nations: A Series of Historical Cartoons of the Relations of England, France, and Germany Since the Time of Napoleon", 1924.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
R.O. Berg cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Herb Block cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Gwyneth King Brown "Drawings About War".
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Bulbul [Genevieve Leland Guracar] cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Margaret Strawbridge Clews booklet "The Sorrows of War", circa 2007.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Albert Daenens woodblock prints.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Scope and Contents

These prints were gathered by Francis Onderdonk.

Otto Dix artwork and booklet "Der Krieg", 1924.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Scope and Contents

These prints were gathered by Francis Onderdonk.

Jerry Doyle cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Edmund Duffy cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Kerr Eby pamphlet "War".
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 1
Jules Feiffer cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Ernst Friedrich publicity pamphlet for book "The War in Pictures", circa after WWI.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Louis Freund pamphlet "Nine Lithographs by Louis Freund", circa after WWI.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Helios Gomez booklet "Viva Octubre Dessins sur la Revolution Espangnole", 1930-1939.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Alfons Gossens booklet "Cartoons for Peace", 1984.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Esther Greenleaf pamphlet "Children at Play: A Lithograph", 1934.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Scope and Contents

Includes a photo of the artwork.

William Gropper cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
George Grosz cartoon and loose-leaf booklet "Hintergrund: 17 Zeichnungen zur Auffuhrung des 'Schwejk' in der Piscator-Buhne", 1928.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
W.K. Haselden booklet "The Sad Experiences Of Big and Little Willie During the First 6 Months of the Great War as Portrayed by W.K. Haselden in The Daily Mirror", circa 1915.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Daniel Heyman exhibition catalogs for "Bearing Witness, Recent Works by Daniel Heyman", 2010.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Ellison Hoover cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Hugh Hutton cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Langford Jones pamphlet of woodcuts "A Peace Portfolio", 1935.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
György Kádár information about "Gyorgy Kadar: Survivor of Death, Witness to Life" exhibit , 1993.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Rockwell Kent artwork, 1918.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Rollin Kirby cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Willibald Krain booklet "Ein Kulturbilderbuch", circa 1919-1929.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Francisco Lezcano booklet of cartoons "Parole et Société: Lepointvirgule 11", 1973.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
J. Linze booklet "Ecce Homines".
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
David Low book of cartoons "Europe Since Versailles", 1940.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
McRay Magleby flyer about art.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Related Materials

Framed, signed silkscreen print of "Peace Wave" hangs in SCPC.

Frans Masereel book "Politische Zeichnungen", 1924.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Bill Mauldin cartoon, 1961.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
John Tinney McCutcheon cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Morris cartoons for George Matthew Adams Service.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Alice Neel images of artwork.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Ed Nofziger pen and ink original(?) cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Bohdan Nowak artwork.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 2
Scope and Contents

This material was gathered by Francis Onderdonk.

John Olday booklet "The March to Death", 1943.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Béla Ormo pamphlet "War or Peace", 1921.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Walt Party-Miller booklet "Cartoons by Walt Party-Miller of The Gazette and Daily, York, Pa.".
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Imre Pérely booklet "Guerre: Dessins de Imre Pérely" and packet of artwork prints "Fény és árnyék".
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Mike Peters.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Louis Raemaekers, 1916; undated.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Related Materials

See also artwork by Raemaker in Peace Collection Ephemera on Triptych.

Scope and Contents

Includes cover with a poster folded inside "Satirieke Kaart van Europa"; "Raemakers Cartoons" pamphlet; and booklet of postcards "Dessins d'un Neutre: Extraits du Journal 'De Telegraaf' d'Amsterdam."

Edna Reindel color print "Treaties to Abolish War".
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
ROGER "Cartoons from Nicaragua".
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Ben Shahn article from American Art (Smithsonian American Art Museum), 2016.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Louise Rochon-Hoover postcard with artwork and book "Through the Gateway" with artwork, 1925.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Related Materials

See also postcards filed under DG 023: NCPW.

Vaughn Shoemaker cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Arthur Stadler cartoons and booklet "1914-? 42 Teekeningen van Arthur Stadler", 1932.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Bill Stout booklet of cartoons "Those Lovable Peace-Nuts", 1967.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Sidney Strube cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Harold Talburt cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Willem van Schaik booklet "Aanklacht: Verzen van Mratien Beversluis, Reproducties van de Schilderijen van Willem van Schaik", 1930.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
John Pitman Weber catalog for exhibit "John Pitman Weber: Art of Social Conscience", 1991.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Karl Yens information about artist.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Art Young cartoons and periodical "The Soldier: Art Young's First Quarterly", 1922.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Gyula Zilzar cartoons.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 3
Scope and Contents

The materials in this series consist of graphics that were removed from archival collections and are arranged alphabetically by the name of the collection they were removed from.

American Association for International Conciliation Collected Records (CDGA).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Jewish Women's Committee to End the Occupation Collected Records (CDGA).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Peace Center of Delaware County (CDGA).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Jayne and Paul Wilhelm Collected Papers (CDGA).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Includes original pencil & pen/ink drawings.

Women's Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND) Collected Records (CDGA).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
World Peaceways Inc. Collected Records (CDGA).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Includes World Peace Posters.

CDGB Australia.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Includes original pen and ink cartoon "What Our Streets Would Look Like If Individuals Behaved Like Nations."

CDGB Great Britain.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
CDGB Japan.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
CDGB Netherlands.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
CDGB Norway.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
CDGB Vietnam, 1960s.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Includes set of drawings "South Vietnam Land and People Sketches, Part 1" by Liberation Publishing House.

Jane Addams Collection (DG 001).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
American Peace Society Records (DG 003), circa 1844-1917.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Color print of "Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1844"; hand-tinted & painted design for APS seal "A Vote For Peace," ca. 1916-1917.

American Union Against Militarism Records (DG 004).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Emily Green Balch Papers (DG 006), circa 1920.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Print of pen/ink portrait of EGB; print of portrait of EGB, on card, signed by artist(?).

Emergency Peace Campaign Records (DG 012).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork; pen/ink drawings (including "The Civilized Monster (War Machine)" by Mac E. Clarke.

Fellowship of Reconciliation [FOR] Records (DG 013).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork; original drawings by Iraqi & American children.

National Council for the Prevention of War Records (DG 023).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork; original pen/ink & paint drawings.

War Resisters League Records (DG 040).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork; original pen/ink conscription cartoon/drawing.

War Resisters' International (DG 041).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 4
Woman's Peace Party in Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF] Records (DG 043).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 5
Scope and Contents

Miscellaneous graphics.

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF] Records (DG 043), 1924; circa 1959-1960; 2003; undated.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 5
Scope and Contents

Includes cartoons by Doug Beekman, Bulbul, John Jonik, Stephanie McMillan (2003), and Signe Wilkinson; the Sally Forth series by MAC; 4 color prints of women dancing by Claudia Naesith(?); original pencil/chalk self-portrait by Harry J. Peters, winner of WILPF's poster contest (1924); original art by Margaret Seeler, Jane Addams Centennial artist (circa 1959-1960); and a painting by Bar Neijer (8 years old) from the Netherlands, for Art for World Friendship [acc. 2017-067].

Wilhelm Sollman Papers (DG 045), 1949.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 5
Scope and Contents

Original color portrait in oil on canvas by Saralice, 1949; 3 original pen/ink drawings by Roland H. Bainton.

Devere Allen Papers (DG 053), 1934; 1942; undated.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 5
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork and original colored pencil drawing/caricature by an itinerant artist in Havana (1942). Graphics used in No Frontier News Service (1934; undated).

Civilian Public Service: Personal Papers and Collected Material (DG 056).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 5
George and Florence Nasmyth Papers (DG 057), 1895.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 5
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork "The Vision."

SANE, Inc. Records (DG 058).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 5
Scope and Contents

Miscellaneous graphics, including printed artwork and an original pencil drawing of storefront (where SANE had its office?); original drawings and other artwork used for slide show "Guns or Butter...?" (incomplete set).

Homer Jack Papers (DG 063).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 5
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork featuring Albert Schweitzer.

Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors [CCCO] Records (DG 073).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 5
Scope and Contents

Original pencil drawing of man seated on stump.

A Quaker Action Group Records (DG 074).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Original pen/ink drawing of angry man by Nabuo MatuNoo Chofu Mara [or part of that is title of artwork].

Albert Bigelow Papers (DG 076).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Sketches & painting by AB of Golden Rule and scenes in Honolulu jail.

Tracy D. Mygatt and Frances Witherspoon Papers (DG 089), circa 1876-1915.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Drawings by Julia Newberry.

Dispatch News Service International Records (DG 108), 1972.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Printed cartoon; original pen/ink cartoon by Marcus, 1972; photos (copies) of children's drawings re: war in Indochina.

Women Strike for Peace Records (DG 115), 1987.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork; mock-up (with original artwork?) of booklet "A Short Course for the Legitimately Confused."

J. Nevin Sayre Papers (DG 117).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Victor Paschkis Papers (DG 119).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Clergy and Laity Concerned [CALC] Records (DG 121).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
New Jersey SANE Records (DG 132).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Movement for a New Society Records (DG 154).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Gerhard Elston Papers (DG 165).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Original pencil drawing of unknown man.

Indochina Resource Center Records (DG 167).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork by Vietnamese & other artists.

Kay Camp Papers (DG 169), 1963-1964.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

2 original painted artworks of women holding babies by ___ Preston.

John Dear Papers (DG 201), 1995.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Original pen/ink & watercolor prints by Lewis Bonbel [sp.?] from Ezekiel series, for book on Daniel Berrigan.

Alice Wiser Papers (DG 203), 1987.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Original watercolor portrait by Charles Hilske [sp.?].

National Action/Research on the Military-Industrial Complex [NARMIC] Records (DG 208).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Printed artwork; original pen/ink drawings.

Ernest Bromley & Marion Bromley Papers (DG 214).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

EB's paintings; EB's drawings of C.O.s

Children's Peace Campaign Records (DG 218).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Original artwork by young children on theme of "I can help create a world in harmony when I . . ."

George and Lillian Willoughby Papers (DG 236).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Printed etching of Scattergood Hostel, drawings of Lillian, watercolor postcard/s of The Golden Rule at sea; original artwork by Robert/a Dickinson.

Louis Friedman Papers (DG 238), 1984.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Folder of prints "Soviet Artists in the Struggle for Peace."

Nonviolent Action Community of Cascadia (DG 239).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Veterans for Peace Inc. Records (DG 240).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Washington Peace Center Records (DG 252).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Juanita and Wally Nelson Papers (DG 262).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Marjorie Swann and Robert Swann Papers (DG 264).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Duncan Murphy Jr. Papers (DG 266), 1991.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 6
Scope and Contents

Political cartoon by W. Svennson.

Arrangement

The graphics in this series are primarily arranged by date.

Miscellaneous Graphics, 1897-1911.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 7
Miscellaneous Graphics, 1912-1921.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 7
Miscellaneous Graphics, 1922-1929.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 7
Miscellaneous Graphics, 1930-1933.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 7
Scope and Contents

Includes periodical "Le Rire: Pacifistes! . . . Engagez-Vous! Texte et Dessins de Derso et Kelen," Dec. 31, 1932 (#726); periodical "Disarm!: An L.I.D. Publication," Autumn 1931.

Miscellaneous Graphics, 1934-1936.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 7
Miscellaneous Graphics, 1937-1939.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 7
Miscellaneous Graphics, undated; circa through 1939.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 7
Miscellaneous Graphics, 1940-1959.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Scope and Contents

Includes booklet "Internationale Karikaturen-Ausstellung, Berlin, November 1957."

Miscellaneous Graphics, undated; circa through 1959.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Miscellaneous Graphics, 1960-1969.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Scope and Contents

Includes booklets "Protest and Hope: An Exhibition of American Art" & "Art in a Concentration Camp: Drawings From Terrezin" & "Art as a Political Weapon: An Exhibition of German Posters."

Miscellaneous Graphics, undated; circa 1960s.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Miscellaneous Graphics, 1970-1979.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Miscellaneous Graphics, 1980-1989.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Scope and Contents

Includes comic book "World War 3 Illustrated."

Miscellaneous Graphics, undated; circa 1980s.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Scope and Contents

Includes cartoons re: apartheid.

Miscellaneous Graphics, 1990-1999.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Scope and Contents

Includes comic book "Helen and Tom and the Nuclear Reactor."

Miscellaneous Graphics, 2000-2010.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Miscellaneous Graphics, 2011-.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Miscellaneous Graphics, undated.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 8
Miscellaneous graphics from the Onderdonk collection.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 9
Arrangement

The first set of postcards in this series are arranged by the name of the collection they were removed from. Following these are postcards arranged by subject and miscellaneous postcards.

National Council for Prevention of War Records (DG 023).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament Records (DG 030).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Records (DG 043).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
A. Ruth Fry Papers (DG 046).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Scope and Contents

Postcards of Soviet children & Soviet posters.

Devere Allen Papers (DG 053).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
SANE, Inc. Records (DG 058).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Homer Jack Papers (DG 063).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Elihu Burritt Papers (DG 096).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Rockland County Peace Association Records (DG 121).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Promoting Enduring Peace Records (DG 141).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Gerhard Elston Papers (DG 165).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Philadelphia CISPES Records (DG 183).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
School of the Americas Watch Records (DG 207).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Hague Appeal for Peace Records (DG 211).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Veterans for Peace Inc. Records (DG 240).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Delaware County Pledge of Resistance Records (DG 242).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Alliance for Nuclear Responsibility Records (DG 250).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Washington Peace Center Records (DG 252).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Military Families Speak Out Records (DG 253).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Topsfield Foundation Records (DG 256).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Concepción Picciotto Papers (DG 275).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Ann Wright Papers (DG 285).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Marjorie [Marge] van Cleef Papers (DG 287).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 10
Collected Document Groups (CDGA and CDGB).
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 11
Subject File collections.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 12
Unknown/miscellaneous sources.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 12
Miscellaneous, 1950- ; undated.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 12
Arrangement

Arranged by subject.

Scope and Contents

Includes postcards on the following subjects: children, conscientious objection, disarmament, peace and pacifism, Hiroshima, immigration, Nevada Test Site demonstrations, nuclear weapons freeze, peace leaders (including Gandhi, Tolstoy, von Suttner, and Victor Hugo), peace martyrs, tax resistance, Vietnam War era, World War I era, World War II era, anti-nuclear movement, nuclear disarmament, War in Iraq, women's rights.

Arthur B. Gillett scrapbook.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 12
F. Onderdonk collection.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 12
Collection of postcards given by Thomas Hill.
Box SF: Art in War and Peace: 12
Asia.
Related Materials

Warfare and Weapons: War -- Vietnamese Conflict (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials arranged by date and materials on Burma, China (e.g. bombing of Nanking), Chinese-Japanese war, Far East, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, Indonesia, Micronesia, Japan, Korea, and China in Manchuria.

Assemblies of God.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Audiovisual Material on Peace, 1918-.
Related Materials
  1. Devere Allen Papers (DG 053), Series C-4, peace bibliographies
  2. Peace Film Center (CDGA)
  3. Peace Films Foundation Collected Records (CDGA)
  4. Swarthmore College Peace Collection Audiovisual Collection
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials 1918- and materials on Raymond Swing Broadcasts (prepared for the membership of the United Nations Council of Philadelphia by Gimbel Brothers), 1945-1946, and "A Chronicle: A Film Journey tthe Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall" film by Alyson Drysdale, 1996.

Arrangement

The material is arranged chronologically. Box 1 includes materials 1915-1979. Box 2 includes materials 1980-1999. Box 3 includes materials 2000- and undated.

Bahá'í, 1912-1945; 1946; 1947-1972. 3 folders.
Related Materials
  1. New History Society Collected Records (CDG-A)
  2. World Order periodical
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Physical Description

3 folders

Baptist Church.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Bibliographies Regarding Peace, 1891-.
Related Materials
  1. Disarmament: Bibliographies (Subject File #1)
  2. BIOGRAPHIES ABOUT PEACE (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Arrangement

The material is arranged chronologically. Box 1 includes materials 1891-1959. Box 2 includes materials 1960- and undated.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

M.J. Sharp, 2021-ongoing. 1 folders.
Physical Description

1 folders

B'nai B'rith.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Buddhism.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Calendars Regarding Peace.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Capital Punishment, 1879-.
Related Materials

American Civil Liberties Union Collected Records (CDGA)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Careers and Peace.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Catalogs for Peace-Related Material.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Arrangement

The materials in this collection are organized by date.

Catholic Church, 1917-.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, 1917- , and materials on "Pacem In Terris" Encyclical, 1963, and Pontifical Commission Justice and Peace, 1970-1971.

Centers, Museums, and Exhibits About Peace.
Related Materials

Peace Museum Collected Records (CDGA)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on peace centers; peace museums and exhibitions; traveling exhibits/exhibitions; "A Memorial of a Hundred Years' Peace" by Smialovszky; Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver (British Columbia); Roerich Museum, New York City; International Conference on Peace Museums [2nd], Bradford, England, September 1992; International Conference on Peace Museums [3rd], Osaka and Kyoto, November 1998; International Conference of Peace Museums [4th], Oostende, Belgium, May 2003; International Peace Museum Conference [5th], Gerniko-Lumo, Spain), May 2005. Also includes materials on EXHIBITS / EXHIBITIONS.

Children, War, and Peace, 1894-.
Related Materials
  1. Groups Related to Peace: Children (Subject File #2)
  2. Education and Peace (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, 1894- , "Games Manual of Non-Competitive Games" pamphlet by James Deacove, and materials on child soldiers.

Christadelphians.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-day Saints.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Church of the Brethren, 1935.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on the Annual Conference on War and Peace (1935) and Conservative Dunkers.

Civil Defense, 1957-1962.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on defense against atomic weapons (and protests over fallout shelters, etc.), organized by date; fallacy of escaping radiation fallout, 1961; defense against nuclear war (and protests against); court case against Jim Peck (et al.) on refusal to participate in air raid drill, circa 1957-1959; court cases brought by Linus Pauling (et al.) seeking a nuclear weapons ban [The Fallout Suits], 1958-1961; and court case brought by Linus Pauling (et al.) against U.S. for atomic/nuclear weapons testing between 1957-1958 at Nevada Test Site, June 1962.

Civil Disobedience, 1970-1971.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials organized by date, materials on conspiracy trials, and the Kansas City-Lawrence (MO) conspiracy case, circa 1970-1971.

Related Materials
  1. Conscience and Citizenship (Subject File #1)
  2. House Un-American Activities Committee (Subject File #1)
  3. Sacco-Vanzetti Defense Committee (CDG-A)
  4. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (DG 043), Series I
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on efforts for/threats to civil liberties, 1917-1919, 1920s-1930s, 1940s-1950s, 1960s-1970s, 1980- ; articles by E. Scott Royce about civil liberties in World War One through World War Two; congressional and Supreme Court actions and opinions; deportation of non-residents; the FBI and FBI blacklisting; citizen raid on FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania in 1971; FBI and government spying on and harrassment of peace activists; FBI and government spying on Swarthmore College; FBI and government spying report "Nuclear Power and Political Surveillance" by the Center for National Security Studies, 1981; Freedom of Assembly; Freedom of Information Act (FOIA); Freedom of Religion; Freedom of Speech; Freedom of Speech on campuses; Freedom of the Press: broadcasting by radio; Freedom of the Press/News; Habeas Corpus; red-baiting; sedition, military disaffection, and gag bills; U.S. Patriot Act, 2002- ; treatment of and support for whistleblowers; foreign; Sacco-Vanzetti case: effort to get the two men released, etc., writings of Bartolomeo Vanzetti, history of the case and trial analyses, media coverage.

Efforts for and threats to civil liberties, 1917-1919.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 1
Efforts for and threats to civil liberties, 1920s-1930s.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 1
Efforts for and threats to civil liberties, 1940s-1950s.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 1
Efforts for and threats to civil liberties, 1960s-1970s.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 1
Efforts for and threats to civil liberties, 1980-.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 1
Articles by E. Scott Royce about civil liberties in World War I through World War II.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Congressional and Supreme Court actions and opinions.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Deportation of non-residents.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Related Materials

Subject File: Conscience and Citizenship

FBI and FBI blacklisting.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Citizen raid on FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania, 1971.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Related Materials

Betty Medsger Collection of the Burglary of the FBI Office, Media, Pennsylvania (DG 277)

FBI and government spying on and harassment of peace activists.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
FBI and government spying on Swarthmore College.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
FBI and government spying report "Nuclear Power and Political Surveillance" by the Center for National Security Studies, 1981.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Freedom of Assembly.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Freedom of Religion.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Freedom of Speech.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Freedom of Speech on campuses.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Freedom of the Press: broadcasting by radio.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Freedom of the Press/News.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Habeas Corpus.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Red-baiting.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Sedition, military disaffection, and gag bills.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
US Patriot Act, 2002-.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Treatment of and support for whistleblowers.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Foreign.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 2
Sacco-Vanzetti case: effort to get the two men released.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 3
Sacco-Vanzetti case: writings of Bartolomeo Vanzetti.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 3
Sacco-Vanzetti case: history of the case and trial analysis.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 3
Sacco-Vanzetti case: media coverage.
Box SF: Civil Liberties: 3
Civil Rights.
Related Materials
  1. Racism / Anti-Racism / Racial Relations (Subject File #1)
  2. Congress on Racial Equality (CDGA)
  3. Martin Luther King, Jr. Collected Papers (CDGA)
  4. House Un-American Activities Committee (Subject File #1)
  5. Robert W Lentz Collected Papers (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Dated material.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
Dated material.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
Dated material.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
Dated material.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes hunger strike at camp #32.

Dated material.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes progress reports by Harold Guetzkow re: studies of CPSers [removed from box 164 of Series F-1 (formerly Series D) in DG 025 where it had been filed incorrectly].

Dated material.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
Dated material.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
Dated material.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
Strikes at Glendora & Big Flats CPS camps.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
Undated material.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 1
List of photos available at Mennonite Archives USA (Goshen).
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Retrospectives / Histories / Reunions / Reminiscences: miscellaneous.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Retrospectives / Histories / Reunions / Reminiscences: miscellaneous.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Retrospectives / Histories / Reunions / Reminiscences: conference "A Celebration of Conscience.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Retrospectives / Histories / Reunions / Reminiscences: miscellaneous.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Retrospectives / Histories / Reunions / Reminiscences: documentary "The Good War & Those Who Refused To Fight It" (shown on PBS in 2002).
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Scope and Contents

Includes discussion guide.

Retrospectives / Histories / Reunions / Reminiscences: paper "The Forgotten Exposés: Conscientious Objectors at State Institutions in WWII" by Steven Taylor.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Retrospectives / Histories / Reunions / Reminiscences: miscellaneous.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Retrospectives / Histories / Reunions / Reminiscences: conference "Civilian Public Service Reconsidered.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Retrospectives / Histories / Reunions / Reminiscences: miscellaneous.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Denominational involvement in CPS.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Support by denominations.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Church affiliation of assignees.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Certificates for contributions ($5, $10, $35) from the AFSC.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 2
Medical experiments using CPS men as human guinea pigs: miscellaneous.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Medical experiments using CPS men as human guinea pigs: report (parts 1-2) re: experimental studies of man with a restricted intake of the B vitamins.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Medical experiments using CPS men as human guinea pigs: report "Diets & Food Items for the Production of Thiamine Deficiency in Man; report re: research project on starvation & medical rehabilitation.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Medical experiments using CPS men as human guinea pigs: booklet "Experimental Starvation in Man; booklet Rehabilitation Following Experimental Starvation in Man.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Medical experiments using CPS men as human guinea pigs: booklet "Later Stages of Rehabilitation Following Experimental Starvation in Man.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Medical experiments using CPS men as human guinea pigs: booklet "Observations on Human Behavior in Semistarvation and Rehabilitation.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
CPS men as smokejumpers.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
CPS men as "sea-going cowboys" who delivered cattle to Europe & China through UNRRA.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
CPS men (& women) as attendants (etc.) in mental hospitals.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Women's service in mental hospitals: general.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Women's service in mental hospitals: Philadelphia State Hospital (Byberry).
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Women & CPS.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Mennonite nurses serving in CPS camps.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Scope and Contents

Includes 2 papers by Ann Graber Hershberger.

Canadian COs in CPS.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 3
Poetry written by men while in CPS.
Box SF: Civilian Public Service: 4
Congregational and Christian Churches.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Conscience and Citizenship, 1929-1944.
Related Materials
  1. Conscientious Objection (Subject File #1)
  2. Civil Disobedience (Subject File #1)
  3. Tax Refusal (Subject File #1)
  4. Civil Liberties (Subject File #1)
  5. Rosika Schwimmer Collected Papers (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on government documents: legislation on naturalization; court cases on naturalization; Reverand T.F. Beal (Congregational Church, 1933); Marie Averil Bland, 1930-1931; Gunnar Bruvald (C.O.), 1931; Robert Clark, 1929-1930; Leslie Dunning (Church of the Brethren), 1927-1933; Martha Graber (Mennonite Church), 1929-1933; Mary King (Quaker), 1926; Professor John D. Klassen (Mennonite Church), 1933; R. Ernest Lamb (Quaker), 1929-1930; Profesoor Douglas C. Macintosh, 1929-1933; Reverand Irodion Marshalkevich, 1929; Rebecca Shelly, 1933-1940; Margaret Webb, 1929-1930; Dorothea Zukierelli, 1938.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on Pre-World War I and World War I-era; World War II; Vietnam War; 1980-1999; Government documents: legislation, etc.; C.O.s in prison; Religion and Conscientious Objection/Objectors.

U.S. and/or foreign sources, -1913.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
Foreign sources, 1914-1915.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "The Conscientious Objector" by Rev. James Barr, 1916-.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Article re: Scott Duckers, August 26, 1916.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "112 Days Hard Labour" by Hubert W. Peet, 1917-.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
Foreign sources: Statement re: solitary confinement; case of Henry Flintoff.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Mss. re: rebellion against conscription stirred by Working Class Union in Oklahoma, 1917.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
Foreign sources, 1918.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "What Happens in Military Prisons", 1918-.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Report of Treatment of C.O.s at the Camp Funston Guard House".
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Letters from a Political Prisoner [Erling Lunde] in a Military Hospital USA".
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Article "The Fort Leavenworth General Strike of Prisoners" by Carl Haessler.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Moans From the Military Machine" by Erling Lunde.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Letter from Jacob Wortsman (Post Guard House, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas), April 26, 1919.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: "Report on C.O.s at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas".
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Article "The Rebel Soul vs. the World" by Prof. Gilbert Murray, September 1918.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: C.O.s at Camp Meade who refused military service [card file].
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
Foreign sources, 1919.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes men such as Wray Hoffman, William Kantor & Alfred Loeb, as well as many Mennonites, Dunkards, Quakers, Brethren in Christ C.O.s; cards include information about religious affiliation (or whether the man was a Socialist etc.), date & place of birth, date of arrival to the army camp & to what company, date when C.O. status was declared, date of discharge for mental or physical reasons (if such occurred), marital status, occupation, occupation of parents, education level reached, and home address.

U.S. sources: Pamphlet "The 'Mutiny' at Fort Leavenworth Disciplinary Barracks", July 22, 1919.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "The Problem of Conscience" by Richard Roberts, April 1919.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Statement of Theo Lunde re: treatment of C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Article "Solitary" by Winthrop D. Lane, May 1919.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Article "The Strike at Ft. Leavenworth" by Winthrop D. Lane, February 1919.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. sources: Goverment document "Statement Concerning the Treatment of Conscientious Objectors in the Army" prepared & published by direction of the Secretary of War, June 18, 1919.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1
U.S. & foreign sources, WWI era: miscellaneous.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1a
U.S. sources, WWI era: individual C.O.s; conditions at Ft. Leavenworth; etc.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1a
U.S. sources, WWI era: lists of C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1a
Related Materials

Subject File #1: Events re: Peace -- General: Commemorations - 100th year anniversary of WWI, 2014-

U.S. & foreign sources: miscellaneous retrospectives and historical analysis of WWI conscientious objection/objectors.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1a
Foreign sources: retrospectives and historical analysis of WWI conscientious objection/objectors - Conscientious Objectors Day, May 15, 2004 [re: British C.O.s and Quaker relief efforts].
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1a
Foreign sources: retrospectives and historical analysis of WWI conscientious objection/objectors - C.O. graffiti found in Richmond Castle cells [Richmond 16], Great Britain.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 1a
Foreign sources: Statement "The Nazarene Conscientious Objectors in Jugo-Slavia", March 8, 1928.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Pacifist Handbook", June 1939.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Statement "Why I Am a Conscientious Objector" by J. Howard Branson, circa 1920-1938.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: List of names, addresses & affiliations from Reunion of Conscientious Objectors, Camp Meade, Westminster, Maryland, August 22, 1937.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Letter from Raymond H. Bolin (Pasadena, California) to Dr. Hunter and friends of the Muriel Lester Circle, March 16, 1938.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "The Faith of a Conscientious Objector" by Alfred Salter, 1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "The C.O. and the Tribunal", 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "What About the Conscientious Objector", November 1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "The Conscientious Objector Under the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940", 10/08/1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Summary of Brief: U.S. vs. Stanley Rappeport, Howard Schoenfeld, Albert Herling, Francis Hall, William A. Winslow", circa 1939-1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Selective Service Regulations Vol. 3 U.S. sources: Classification and Selection", circa 1939-1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Selective Service Regulations Vol. 4 U.S. sources: Delivery and Induction", circa 1939-1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Statement to the Draft Board in Support of Request for Classification as a C.O. by Michael Marsh, 10/10/1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Book The Draft and YOU by Congressman Emanuel Celler (forewords by Senator Edward Burke and Representative James Wadsworth), circa 1939-1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Statement of Stanley Rappeport, 14900.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Statement of Henry Wheeler, 14931.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Statement of J. Olcutt Sanders, circa December 1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: responses of various groups to Burke-Wadsworth bill re: C.O.s, circa 1940.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Peace in Action: Position Taken by a C.O. Imprisoned For His Stand Against the War System, With Comments by Eminent Persons in the Peace Movement", 1941-.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "USA vs. Arle Brooks", circa 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Federal Convicts No's. 1128 and 1129: College to Prison", circa 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "The Case of the Eight Divinity Students" [includes Roger Baldwin] by Milton R. Konvitz, circa 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: "An Open Letter to the U.S. District Attorney Regarding the Selective Service Act and Myself" by Ammon Hennacy, April 28, 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Statement by Ernest Kirkjian to the Federal Court, January, 6, 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Letter to Chicago Selective Service Board No. #9 from Kenneth E. Culbertson, May 6, 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Letter to U.S. District Attorney (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) from Fred. H. Richards, Pennsylvania) from Fred. H. Richards, September 29, 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: "Statement of Gene Garst Upon Pleading 'Nolle Contendre' to Charges of Refusal to Register Under the Selective Service and Training Act of 1940", circa 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Statement from Union Theological Seminary students, circa 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: Empire State town meeting minutes, December 14, 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
U.S. sources: "Oral Testimony in Support of Demurrer to Indictment by the Defendant in USA vs. Leon Thomson", July 7, 1941.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 2
Foreign sources: "Ustawa O Powszechnym Obowiazku Wojskowym: Rozporzadzenie W Sprawie Wykonania Ustawy O Powszechnym Obowiazku Wojskowym, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
Foreign sources: "Ley de Servicio Militar Obligatorio (Estados Unidos de Venezuela), 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Conscripts of Conscience" by R. Alfred Hassler, circa 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: "Statement of Russell S. Smith In Refusing To Appear For Physical Examination, circa April 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter to "My Friends" from R. Asahi Chino, June 25, 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: "A Statement in Connection With My Position as a C.O." by Donald Mackenzie, circa 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from Frank T. Gobla to Draft Board #9, July 30, 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: "A Statement to My Friends" by John McCartney, July 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from Harold Robert Cole to Francis Biddle, June 30, 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Statement "Why I Cannot Comply With the Selective Service Act" by Ralph Galt, circa 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Statement "Common Ground for CPS" by Jim Vicary, November 30, 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from Edson Sower to Francis Biddle, circa 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Statement of Edgar Hanawalt, October 29, 1942.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Press Release "The Facts in the Cases of Stanley Murphy and Lewis Krawcyzk", circa 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from Elizabeth Murphy to Mr. & Mrs. Eichel, July 25, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Booklet "Congress Looks at the Conscientious Objector", circa 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from E. Raymond Wilson to John Morgan, August 19, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Statement of Philip Isely in Federal District Court, Portland, Oregon, May 10, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from Paul Kermiet to "Sir", June 6, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from Walter Stark to "Whom It May Concern, September 18, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from Bayard Rustin to Local Draft Board #63, November 16, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Statement by Roger Axford to Local Draft Board #1, Lincoln, Nebraska, December 28, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Statement "Why I Can No Longer Cooperate With Conscription" by David Newton, circa 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: "Excerpts From the Journal and Letters of a C.O." by Lawrence McK. Miller Jr., circa 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Extracts of letters from David Dellinger, circa 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "They Asked For a Hard Job" by Frank Olmstead, circa 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from Denny Wilcher to John ____, November 13, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Letter from Charles Butcher to Bayard Rustin, October 13, 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Excerpts from a letter by Roger Scattergood, July 1943.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "The Present Position of Conscientious Objection" by C.E.M. Joad, May 1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "The C.O. and the National Service Acts", March 1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "A Prisoner's Log" [re: Halloway Prison] by Stella St. John, circa 1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "The International Rights of Conscience" by Douglas J.J. Owen, circa 1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
Foreign sources: Report "Alternative Service Program for Canadian C.O.s" by Paul Comly French, September 26, 1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Conscientious Objectors: Their Morale in Church-Operated Service Units" by Anton T. Boisen, circa 1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "The Truth About Springfield [Medical Center for Federal Prisoners]", circa 1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Meeting minutes from the Special Conference to Discuss Whether Pacifists Should / Should Not Ask Provisions for C.O.s in Any Conscription or "National Service Bills", December 6, 1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: Mss."Forgotten Women of WWII: Wives of C.O.s in CPS" by Heather T. Frazer and John O'Sullivan, circa 1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
U.S. sources: writings of Leo Crespi re: public opinion of C.O.s, 1944-1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 3
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "Penalties on Conscience" by Lincoln Efford, circa 1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
Foreign sources: Article "Jehovah's Witnesses Triumph Over Concentration Camps," Consolation: A Journal of Fact, Hope and Courage (vol. 26:678), September 12, 1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
Foreign sources: Government report "Atrocities and Other Considerations In Concentration Camps In Germany", circa 1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Newspaper article "Why [Stanley] Murphy Won't Fight" by Holly Beye, circa 1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Meeting minutes from Conference on a Campaign for Amnesty for Imprisoned C.O.s, December 1, 1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Letter from Al Orcutt to "Friend", June 1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: "My Viewpoint" by Robert L. Lam, October 1, 1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
World War II-era U.S. and foreign sources: Statement "To Take Or Not To Take: Farm Work", circa 1939-1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
World War II-era U.S. and foreign sources: Pamphlet "Why We Refused to Register", circa 1939-1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
World War II-era U.S. and foreign sources: Pamphlet "Why They Cannot Go to War", circa 1939-1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
World War II-era U.S. and foreign sources: Mimeographed pamphlet "A Saga of C.O. Joe", circa 1939-1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
World War II-era U.S. and foreign sources: Paper "Conscientious Objectors in Canada", circa 1939-1945.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
Foreign sources.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Characteristics of Conscientious Objectors in World War II" by Adrian E. Gory and David C. McClelland.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Article "Conscientious Objectors in World War II," Quarterly Research Survey, January 1949.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Article "Recollections of a World War II Conscientious Objector" by Lawrence Mck. Miller.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Article "Not a Soldier, Not a Slacker: Conscientious Objectors and Male Citizenship in the United States During the Second World War" by Timothy Stewart-Winter, Gender & History 19:3, November 2007.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Article "Farm Deferments During World War II" by Al Albrecht.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: paper "Treatment of Conscientious Objectors in the United States During World Wars I and II and Its Relation to the Concept of Freedom" by Harry A. Wallenberg Jr., 1952.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: mss. "So That Others May Be Free: Absolutist Objectors During World War II" by Marc Miller, 1971.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: paper "Pacifism During the Second World War" by Ralph Levering, 1985.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: article "The Radical Conscientious Objectors of World War II: Wartime Experience and Postwar Activism" by Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo, Radical History Review 45, 1989.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: mss. "The Good War and the Bad Peace: Conscientious Objectors in World War II" by Bonnie Keady, 2003.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: mss. "The Home Front: Men, Women and Collective Sacrifice", circa 2006.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Japanese-American conscientious objectors.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
Foreign sources, 1946.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "The Church and Returning C.O.s" by Ray A. Burkhart, circa 1946.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "They Refuse to Be Criminals" by Edward C.M. Richards, circa 1946.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "The C.O.s Hansard: A Series of Reprints from Parliamentary Reports of Matter Concerning Conscientious Objectors, From 10th October, 1945 to 21st January, 1946" published by the Central Board for Conscientious Objectors, circa 1947.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Men Against The State" by George B. Reeves, circa 1947.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Whither Freedom?: A Study of the Treatment of Conscientious Objectors in the United States during World War I and II and its Relation to the Concept of Freedom" by Harry A. Wallenberger, Jr., circa 1947.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: "Statement of Thomas J. Leonard," May 1947, May 1947.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Article "The Meaning of Religious Training and Belief in Court Decisions Affecting the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940" from "Exemption from the Draft" by Julien Cornell, circa 1947.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
Foreign sources, 1948-1949.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 4
U.S. sources: Article "The Amazing Comeback of Lew Ayres" by Irving Wallace, circa 1948.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: Court Record "United States of America vs. Sander Katz", circa 1948.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: Court Judgment "United States of America vs. James S. Lovett", circa 1948.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: "Statement of Non-Registration" by Rollin Pepper, circa 1948.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: Letter "To My Friends" by Gerald Haynes, circa 1948.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: Statement "On Conscription: This is My Stand" by Armin L. Saeger Jr., circa 1948.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: Essay "Notes on the Non-Registrant Trials" by William Fuson, circa 1948.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: Court Record "United States of America vs. Paul Barker Gates" and "United States of America vs. Frederick Gerald Williams", circa 1948.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: Court Record "United States of America vs. Walter J. Coppock, Jr.", circa 1948.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: Periodical Retort: An Anarchist Quarterly of Social Philosophy and the Arts, (Vol. 4:3), Winter 1949.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Why Do They Go to Prison" by the Fellowship of Reconciliation, circa 1949.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
Scope and Contents

Includes article "Resistance in Prison" by Clif Bennet.

U.S. sources: Letter from Walter Coppock Jr. to Judge Hall, January 27, 1949.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 5
Foreign sources, 1950-1959.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Court record "Larry Gara vs. USA: Brief of Petitioner," 1950.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "[Calvin DeFillipis] Urges Korean Armistice, Faces Seven Years in Jail", circa 1950-1951.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Articles re: Jim George, Laguna Beach Post, August 23, 1951.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Article "'Thou Shalt Not Kill' Can Land a Man in Jail" by John Keats, Washington Daily News, circa 1950-1951.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Manuscript "Second Prosecutions of Conscientious Objectors for Violations of the Selective Service Act of 1948", circa 1950-1951.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Article "They Won't Fight -U.S. sources: But They Aren't Chicken" by Maeanna Chesterton-Mangle, The Kiwanis Magazine, circa 1950-1951.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Press release and letters re: Raleigh Henry Pickard, C.O., February 8, 1951.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "The Law Versus the Conscientious Objector" by Francis Heisler, circa 1952-1959.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Court record "USA vs. Andrew Geyer, United States District Court, District of Connecticut, Special Findings and Opinion", circa 1952-1959.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Court record "USA vs. Harry Gray Nugent, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit", circa 1952-1959.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Court record "USA vs. Edward Lee Nichols, District Court of the United States, Southern District of California Central Division, Memorandum of Opinion", circa 1952-1959.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: "Statement of J. Ervin Waters, Minister of the Gospel, Church of Christ, to the Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives, Concerning the Recommendations Submitted to Congress by the National Security Training Commission", circa 1952-1959.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: "Fact Sheet in the Case of Vern Davidson", circa 1952-1959.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
U.S. sources: Letter from Seymour Eichel to "Friends" re: his case, circa 1952-1959.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
Related Materials

Eichel Family Papers (DG 131)

PAX Service / I-W Service, 1951-1975.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
PAX Service / I-W Service: "Evaluation of the 1-W Program: A Report on the Experiences of Mennonite and Brethren in Christ 1-W Service Men" by J.S. Schultz, 1955.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 6
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants to Canada", 1968.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Press release "Australia Imprisons Its War Resisters" re: Robert Mowbray, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Deity Belief: Necessity for Draft Status?" by J.B. Tietz, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Fairness and Due Process Under the Selective Service System" by John Aldock, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "The National Lawyers Guild Practitioner, Fall 1966.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Statement of Carl Wittman to Local Draft Board #4, Hackensack, New Jersey, April 29, 1968.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Statement & press release etc. of Evelyn Whitehorn & her son, Erick, 1968.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Why We Are Conscientious Objectors" by William R. McGrath, circa 1968.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "'McNeil'" by (?) Meldon Acheson, 1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Letter "A Matter of Conscience" by Donald S. Heath, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: "Statement of Resistance" by Chuck Noell, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: "Copy of One Friend's Letter to His Draft Board" from David Hartsough, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: "A Statement of Personal Belief" by Thomas Cleaver, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Article "From Harvard to Prison for Peace" by David Reed, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: "Number 160074: The View from the Inside" by Stephen G. Cary, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Booklet "The Nine for Peace", circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: "A Personal Statement" by Archie Williamson, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Article "Responsibilities of the High School for Providing Information on Conscientious Objection to War" by Dean A. Allen, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Conscientious Objection" by Harvo Yamaoka, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: "Answers for the Application for Conscientious Objector" by Ren Brown, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Statement "Why I Am a Resister" by Francis B. Randall, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Can a Jew Be a Conscientious Objector", circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Advertisement for event "A Celebration of Conscience," Allenwood Federal Prison Farm, Pennsylvania, December 20-21, circa 1960-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Letter from William N. Plymat Jr. to Polk County Local Board #13-77, April 30, 1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Statement to sentencing judge by Robert Eaton, August 27, 1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "Guida All 'Obiezione di Coscienza'", circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "Qué son Los Objetores de Conciercia" by Juan Roca, circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Letter re: Australian C.O., Brian Ross, who was serving two years in prison for refusal to register for the draft, 1970.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Article "Unlikely Rebels: Even in Israel There Are C.O.s," Present Tense, Spring 1975.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Article "U.S. War Resisters in Sweden" by Charles Peterson, Philadelphia Bulletin, July 18, 1976.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "La Objecion Es Un Derecho", circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Article "War Resisters in the Land of Battle [Israel]," Dissent, Summer 1977.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Article "Green Beret Who Refused to Go" [re: Gerry Condon], Peace Newsletter, April 1975.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Free to Go" by William H. Kuenning, circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Humanist Conscientious Objection: A Guide for Men of Draft Age" by Dane H. Drews, circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Article "A Young Man [Mark Edgell] Asks to Be Declared a Conscientious Objector: A Draft Board Weighs," Life, circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Statement to sentencing judge by John Braxton, circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Account of trial of Bill Stanton III, written by Bill Stanton III, circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Article "The Right to Refuse to Kill" by Eileen Egan, circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Source list "Guide to Files on Conscientious Objection, The United States Government, and the Quest for Alternatives in the Twentieth Century", circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Article "Profiles in Conscience: 200 Years of Conscientious Objection in the Armed Forces", circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Booklet "Memoirs" by Jim Stanley, circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Letter "To Whom It May Concern" from Daniel Marc Hittner making public his status as a C.O., circa 1970-1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: Article "An Appeal for Humanity" by Sandra A. Gilson, May 31, 1979.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: pamphlet "Conscription and Conscientious Objectors" by Joseph F. Costanzo, Law and Water Law Review 6:2, 1971.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
U.S. sources: mss. "A Study of Conscientious Objection to War in the Twentieth Century" by Thomas J. Kaplan, January 1974.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 7
Foreign sources: Miscellaneous- Pamphlet "South African Law and the Conscientious Objector" by Andrew Smail, circa 1980-1999.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
Foreign sources: Pamphlet "Conscientious Objection in South Africa", circa 1980-1999.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
Foreign sources: Reports from the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly Legal Affairs Council re: conscientious objection to military service in Europe, August 27, 1981; May 17, 1984.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
Foreign sources: Booklet "Conscientious Objection" [Occasional Paper No. 8 (Second Edition) by Centre for Intergroup Studies], 1989.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
Foreign sources: Leaflet "The Right to Refuse to Kill -Foreign sources: Conscientious Objection to Military Service Within the CSCE Member States", circa 1980-1999.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
Foreign sources: Report of the Secretary General of the United Nations "The Role of Youth in the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights, Including the Question of Conscientious Objection to Military Service", January 18, 1991.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
Foreign sources: Article "Principled Objection to Military Service in Contemporary Poland" by Wojciech Modzelewski, February 1999.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
Foreign sources: Israeli C.O.s (who refused to serve in occupied territories), circa 1980-1999.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Conscientious Objectors and the Draft", circa 1980-1999.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "Selective Service Registration: What You Need to Know", circa 1980-1999.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
U.S. sources: Letter to "Friend" from Frank Brodhead re: impending court martial of Pfc. James Bergeron, January 4, 1982.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
U.S. sources: Pamphlet "First Medical Officer to Refuse Desert Storm Duty: Captain Yolanda Huet-Vaughn", circa 1980-1999.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
U.S. sources: court cases against Gilberg Hager, M.D. and Jwan Claude Rainey, 1991.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
U.S. sources: mss. "Status of Conscientious Objection Under International Law" by Emily Marcus, 1997.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
U.S. sources: court case against Dennis Lipton, 1999.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
Foreign sources, circa 2000-2010.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
Foreign sources: Israeli resisters (Shministim), 2008.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
U.S. sources, circa 2000-2003.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 8
U.S. sources: "The Christian C.O." [web site], 2003.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
U.S. sources, 2004-2005.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
U.S. sources, 2006-2007.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
U.S. sources: paper "Supporting the Voice of Conscience for [by] Social Workers" by Pamela Harms, 2007.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
U.S. sources, 2008-2009.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
U.S. sources, 2010-.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
Foreign sources, 2011-.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
U.S. & foreign sources.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
Government documents: "Military Service (No. 2) Act", 1918.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
Government documents: Statement Concerning the Treatment of Conscientious Objectors in the Army" prepared and published by direction of the Secretary of War, June 18, 1919.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
Government documents: Miscellaneous, circa 1930-1969.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
Goverment documents: Miscellaneous, circa 1970-.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
Government documents: "Manual for Advisors to Registrants" by the Selective Service System, 1972.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
Government documents: report "Military Personnel: Number of Formally Reported Applications for Conscientious Objectors Is Small Relative to the Total Size of the Armed Forces," by the Government Accounting Office, 2007.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 9
General (U.S. & Foreign).
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 10
Lists of C.O.s imprisoned, WWI & WWII testimonies of C.O.s imprisoned; stories about prison.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 10
Testimonies of C.O.s imprisoned; stories about prison: mss. "Prison Memoirs" by Jeff Keith, 1970 version; retyped 1997.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 10
Clipsheet of newsclippings secretly circulated at Millpoint Prison (WV) by imprisoned C.O.s, 1942-1944.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 10
Scope and Contents

Includes pencil notes about happenings at the camp & summaries of newsclippings.

Religion & conscientious objection/objectors.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Assemblies of God C.O.s / opinions re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Association of Bible Students C.O.s / opinions re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Baptist C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Brethren (Church of the . . .) C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Brethren in Christ C.O.s / opinions re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Catholic C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s [2 folders].
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Christ's Church of the Golden Rule C.O.s / opinions re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Christ's Sanctified Holy Church C.O.s / opinions re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Christadelphian C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Christian Scientist C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Church of Christ C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Church of God (Anderson, IN) C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Church of God in Christ C.O.s / opinions re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith C.O.s / opinions re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 11
Congregational & Christian Church C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Disciples of Christ C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Doukhobour C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Emmanuel Association C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Episcopal C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Evangelical / Evangelical & Reformed C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Hutterite C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Immanuel Missionary C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Jehovah's Witness C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Jewish C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Lutheran C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Mennonite C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Methodist C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Related Materials

See boxes 10-12 for cards with information about Methodist C.O.s.

Molokan [or Molochan] C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Mormon C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Muslim C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Nazarene C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Order of Aaron C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12
Pentecostal Assemblies C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12a
Pilgrim Holiness C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12a
Presbyterian C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 12a
Seventh-Day Adventist C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 13
Seventh-Day Adventist C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s cont.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 13
Society of Friends C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 13
Unitarian Universalist C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 13
Young Russian Christians Association C.O.s / opinion re: C.O.s.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 13
Cards with names of Methodist C.O.s (in alphabetical order), WWII era.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 14
Cards with names of Methodist C.O.s (in alphabetical order), WWII era.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 15
Scope and Contents

Card file box includes address, annual conference, date of induction, CPS camp/s and/or prison.

Cards with names of Methodist C.O.s (in alphabetical order), WWII era.
Box SF: Conscientious Objection: 16
Scope and Contents

Card file box includes address, annual conference, date of induction, CPS camp/s and/or prison.

Related Materials
  1. Military Training (Subject File #1)
  2. Draft Resistance/Evasion (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general material up to 1979, 1980-1999, 2000- , and undated, and materials on "Crisis in Military Manpower: The Draft vs. All-Volunteer Army" manuscript, circa 1976; article "A Look at Conscription; Then and Now" by James J. Martin, 2003; debate on Compulsory Peacetime Conscription/Military Service, 1917-1947; conscription/recruitment of African-Americans and women; draft counseling; notes on "Selective Service Law Reporter" and "Military Law Reporter;" "The Student's Guide to Military Service" by Michael Harwood, 1968-1969 edition; "Military Counseling Manual" by the National Lawyers' Guild, 1969; "Counseling Draft Resistance: The Case for a Good Faith Belief Defense" by Alexander Capron and David Rosen, 1969; "Draft Counseling and Educational Centers: A Manual for Organizers" by Interfaith Committee on Draft Information, circa 1969-1970; "The New Draft Law: A Manual for Lawyers and Counselors" by the National Lawyers' Guild, circa 1969-1970; "Tools for Counselors, Attorneys, Librarie,; Vol. 1" by the CCCO, 1972 (cataloged); "Your Rights and the Draft" by Kenneth Lasson, 1980 (cataloged); "What Are You Being Drafted For? Thirty Years of Selective Service Racism" by Ken Lawrence, 1981 (catalogued); military discharges; government documents: legislation on Selective Service; "Selective Service Regulations" (and appendix), 1917; "American Selective Service: A Brief Account of Its Historical Background and Probable Future," 1939; "Selective Service Regulations and The Selective Training and Service Act of 1940; As Amended," 1942; miscellaneous, 1943- ; legislation on compulsory military service; Selective Service forms.

Material on conscription, 1900-1944.
Box 1
Material on conscription, 1945-1969.
Box 2
Material on conscription, 1970- ; undated.
Box 3
Compulsory peacetime conscription.
Box 4
Foreign sources.
Box 4
Recruitment of African-Americans, and women.
Box 4
Draft counseling.
Box 5
Government documents.
Box 6-7
Cost of War.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general material on the human, non-economic, costs of war.

Department of Peace.
Related Materials
  1. Universal Peace Union (DG 038)
  2. Hannah Bailey (DG 005)
  3. Another Mother for Peace (DG 102)
  4. Council for a Department of Peace (CDGA)
  5. United States Institute of Peace Collected Records (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes Bibliographies; U.S. sources, 1900- , some undated; Nye Commission investigation, 1933-1936; Mss. "Great Basin Opposition to the MX Missile: A Case Of Grassroots Mobilization and Political Influence" by Nancy Elaine Wright, 1982; U.S. sources, 1970s; SALT I and SALT II; U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; General: Foreign, organized by date - Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czechoslovakia, France, Germany, Ghana, Great Britain, India, Indonesia, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Russia/USSR, Sweden, Switzerland; Congresses; Naval conferences.

Bibliographies.
Box SF: Disarmament: 1
U.S. sources, 1900-1935.
Box SF: Disarmament: 1
U.S. sources, 1936-1956.
Box SF: Disarmament: 2
U.S. sources, 1957-1962.
Box SF: Disarmament: 3
U.S. sources, 1962-1969.
Box SF: Disarmament: 4
U.S. sources, 1970-1982.
Box SF: Disarmament: 5
U.S. sources, 1983-.
Box SF: Disarmament: 6
U.S. sources, undated.
Box SF: Disarmament: 7
U.S. Disarmament Agency.
Box SF: Disarmament: 7
Foreign sources: Australia-Great Britain, 1890-1939.
Box SF: Disarmament: 8
Foreign sources: Great Britain-Japan, 1940-.
Box SF: Disarmament: 9
Foreign sources: Netherlands-Yugoslavia.
Box SF: Disarmament: 10
Disarmament Congresses: Conference for the Reduction and Limitation of Armaments.
Box SF: Disarmament: 11
Scope and Contents

This box includes materials on League of Nations: Preparatory Disarmament Commission (1928-1932), League of Nations: World Disarmament Conference - general (1932), League of Nations: World Disarmament Conference - speeches given during conference (1932), League of Nations: World Disarmament Conference - radio addresses given during conference (1932), League of Nations: World Disarmament Conference - President of Congress, Arthur Henderson (speeches etc.) [1932], League of Nations work/reports re: conference (September 1931-December 1932), League of Nations work/reports re: conference (1933-March 1935), League of Nations: Committee on Moral Disarmament (April-May 1932), League of Nations: Vox Populi Committee (February 1932), World Disarmament Petition (originated by WILPF), Austria: Misc. (February 1932), Belgium: International Federation of League of Nations Societies (1931-1932), Canada: Misc. (1931-1933), Germany: Misc. (1931-1934).

Disarmament Congresses: Conference for the Reduction and Limitation of Armaments.
Box SF: Disarmament: 12
Scope and Contents

This box includes materials on Great Britain: Miscellaneous, Fellowship of Reconciliation (1931), League for Industrial Democracy (1931), League of Nations Union (1927-1934), National Council for Prevention of War (1928-1932), National Peace Council (1931-1933), No More War Movement (circa 1930-1932); Switzerland: Miscellaneous, American Inter-Organization Group in Geneva (March-July 1932), Disarmament Information Committee (1931-1932), Geneva Information Research Bureau (January 1932), International Consultative Group (1933-1935), International Group for Total Disarmament (February-April 1932), Interparliamentary Union (January 1931), Disarmament Committee of the Women's International Organisations (1932), Total Disarmament Group (1932); United States: Miscellaneous, Committee for Total Disarmament Now (1932).

Disarmament Congresses: Conference for the Reduction and Limitation of Armaments.
Box SF: Disarmament: 13
Scope and Contents

This box includes materials on United States: Committee on Militarism in Education (circa 1931-1932), Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America (circa 1932), Fellowship of Reconciliation (1931-1932), Foreign Policy Association (1926-1931), Georgia Peace Society (circa 1929-1932), Interorganization Council on Disarmament (September 1931-March 1933), League of Nations Association (1928-1932), National Council for Prevention of War (1926-1935), National League of Women Voters (1926-1933), Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament (1931), Society of Friends (circa 1931), Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (circa 1932-1933); Post-Conference work: miscellaneous (1932-1934), World Disarmament Campaign (October 1-15, 1933); Reports by William Hull (February 20-March 30, 1932); Writings of Laura Puffer Morgan (1931-1935); Writings of Bertram Pickard (1932-1933).

Naval: General.
Box SF: Disarmament: 14
Naval conferences, 1930-1936.
Box SF: Disarmament: 14
Disciples of Christ.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Doukhobors.
Related Materials
  1. Elkinton Family Doukhobor Collection (DG 133)
  2. Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ (CDGB Canada)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Draft Resistance, Evasion, and Desertion.
Related Materials
  1. Amnesty (Subject File #1)
  2. Protests Against Wars (Subject File #1)
  3. Conscription (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on the 1980 Draft Action (Philadelphia) and Friends' resistance questionnaire.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on Bretton Woods proposals for a world bank and an international monetary fund; conferences on world cooperation, 1927- ; critiques of or praise for capitalism, socialism, and communism; economic sanctions and boycotts, including material on farm workers; The Great Depression, 1929-1933; miscellaneous; socially-responsible investing; multi-national corporations and corporate responsibility; trade and commerce, 1910- ; world development; wfforts to alleviate poverty; World Bank and protests against it.

Bretton Woods proposals for a world bank and international monetary fund.
Box SF: Economics: 1
Conferences on world cooperation, 1927-.
Box SF: Economics: 1
Critiques of and praise for capitalism, socialism, and communism.
Box SF: Economics: 1
Economic sanctions and boycotts.
Box SF: Economics: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes material on farm workers.

The Great Depression, 1929-1933.
Box SF: Economics: 1
Miscellaneous.
Box SF: Economics: 1
Multi-national corporations and corporate responsibility.
Box SF: Economics: 1
Socially responsible investing.
Box SF: Economics: 1
Trade and commerce, 1910-.
Box SF: Economics: 1
Trade and commerce, 1930-1939.
Box SF: Economics: 2
Trade and commerce, 1940-.
Box SF: Economics: 2
The World Bank and protests against it.
Box SF: Economics: 2
World development.
Box SF: Economics: 2

Related Materials
  1. Arms Race; Economic Aspects of (Subject File #1)
  2. Disarmament, Economics Aspects of (Subject File #1)
  3. Intentional Communities (Subject File #1)
  4. George Lakey Collected Papers (CDGA)
  5. National Peace Conversion Campaign Collected Records (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, 1905- and materials on government documents; cooperative movement and world economic cooperation; peace conversion, 1940- .

General, 1910-1979.
Box SF: Economics and Peace: 1
General, 1980-.
Box SF: Economics and Peace: 2
Government documents.
Box SF: Economics and Peace: 2
Cooperative movement/World economic cooperation.
Box SF: Economics and Peace: 2
Peace conversion, 1950-.
Box SF: Economics and Peace: 2

Related Materials

Cost of War (Subject File #1) [for the human cost of war]

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on the economic costs of war and of the arms race, 1885-1969; economic costs of the Vietnam War, 1960s-1970s; economic costs of war and of the arms race, 1970- ; military industrial complex and the defense industry; companies investing in and profitting from war and protests against.

Economic costs of war and the arms race, 1895-1969.
Box SF: Economics and War: 1
Economic costs of the Vietnam War, 1960s-1970s.
Box SF: Economics and War: 2
Economic costs of war and the arms race, 1970-.
Box SF: Economics and War: 2
Military industrial complex.
Box SF: Economics and War: 2
Defense industry.
Box SF: Economics and War: 2
Companies investing in war.
Box SF: Economics and War: 2

Related Materials
  1. Children and War and Peace (Subject File #1)
  2. Groups as Related to Peace: Children (Subject File #2)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1 and Subject File #2. Subject File #1 includes general materials arranged by date; children's materials; and materials on special holidays (e.g. Goodwill Day), adult study programs and classes organized by date, history (textbooks and teaching of), suggestions for teachers, and Sunday Schools and peace. Subject File #2 includes general materials arranged by author.

General, to 1937.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 1
General, 1938-1975.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 2
General, 1976-1983.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 3
General, 1984- ; undated.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 4
Teaching peace, 1913-.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 5
Teaching peace: adult study programs and classes.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 6
Teaching peace: suggestions for teachers.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 6
Teaching peace: children's material, 1920-.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 7
Teaching peace: using special days.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 7
Sunday School.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 7
Episcopal Church.
Box SF: Education and Peace: 7
Energy.
Related Materials
  1. Weapons and Warfare (Subject File #1)
  2. Keystone Alliance (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on energy from atomic and nuclear sources, power plants, and oil.

Environment.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on nuclear waste, fracking for natural gas, and the environmental effects of the Gulf War, 1990-1991.

Episcopal Church.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Related Materials

Foreign Policy (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes French and German conflict in Alsace-Lorraine; Balkans and Adriatic; Berlin; Germany; Rühr (occupation of the Rühr by the French; etc.); Saar Territory; Scandinavia; Yugoslavia [former] and Bosnia-Herzagovina; United World Passport; United States of Europe; European Federation.

French and German conflict in Alsace-Lorraine.
Box SF: Europe: 1
Balkans and Adriatic.
Box SF: Europe: 1
Baltic states.
Box SF: Europe: 1
Berlin, Germany.
Box SF: Europe: 1
Occupation of the Rühr.
Box SF: Europe: 1
Saar Territory.
Box SF: Europe: 1
Scandinavia.
Box SF: Europe: 1
Former Yugoslavia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Box SF: Europe: 2
United World Passport.
Box SF: Europe: 2
European Federation.
Box SF: Europe: 2
European Federation.
Related Materials

Europe (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2.

Evangelical Church and Evangelical and Reformed Church.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Related Materials
  1. Civil Rights (Subject File #1)
  2. Protests Against Wars (Subject File #1)
  3. Peace Heroes Memorial Society Collected Records (CDGA)
  4. Education and Peace: special holidays (Subject File #1). See Wars; Protests Against (Subject File #1) for specific wars
  5. Stanley Foundation Collected Records (CDGA)
  6. Conferences to Plan a Strategy for Peace (1961) and World Pacifist Meeting, India (December 1949) (CDGB India)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Arrangement

Series A-F include materials on peace events in general. Series G-H include materials on specific peace events.

Annual Meetings.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Miscellaneous foreign events.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Miscellaneous U.S. events, 1900-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Ceremonies.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Concerts, musicals, musical tours, and balls.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Contests.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Dinners and teas.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Festivals and fairs.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Lectures, talks, and speeches.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Pageants.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
"The Crusade for Children" pageant.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Peace camps.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Peace clubs.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Peace Days and Weeks.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Peace Ribbon Around the Pentagon, 1982-1985.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Related Materials

Some of the panels are owned by the SCPC.

Phonathans.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Pilgrimages.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Plays, dramas, and dramatic readings.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Prayer meetings, etc.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Retreats.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Teaching Institutes.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Tours.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Write-Ins.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Workshops and seminars.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Armistice Day.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Eat4Peace Day (April 11th).
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Goodwill Day, 1924-1934.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Hiroshima Day (foreign events).
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Hiroshima Day (U.S. events).
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Memorial Day.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Mothers Day.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
10th year anniversary of September 11th, 2011.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
100th year anniversary of World War I, 2014-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Lake Mohonk Conferences on International Arbitration.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
List of foreign and U.S. peace congresses and conferences.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Miscellaneous (foreign).
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Related Materials

See boxes 4-7 for folders on individual events.

Hague Conferences.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Miscellaneous (U.S.), 1898-1939.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Related Materials

See boxes 8-9 for folders on individual events.

Miscellaneous (U.S.), 1940-1959.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Related Materials

See boxes 8-9 for folders on individual events.

Miscellaneous (U.S.), 1960-1969.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 1
Related Materials

See boxes 8-9 for folders on individual events.

Miscellaneous (U.S.), 1970-1989.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Related Materials

See boxes 8-9 for folders on individual events.

Miscellaneous (U.S.), 1990-2005.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Related Materials

See boxes 8-9 for folders on individual events.

Miscellaneous (U.S.), 2006-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Related Materials

See boxes 8-9 for folders on individual events.

Miscellaneous (U.S.), undated.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Related Materials

See boxes 8-9 for folders on individual events.

Miscellaneous, -1959.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Miscellaneous, 1960-1979.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Vigil at the White House (Washington, D.C.), 1971.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Miscellaneous, 1980-1999.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Miscellaneous, 2000-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Mass protests against the U.S. plan to invade Iraq, 2002-2003.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Occupy Wall Street Movement, 2011-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Miscellaneous, -1949.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Peace Demonstration Parade (New York City), May 23, 1931.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
Anti-War Parade (New York City), 1932.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
No More War Parade (New York City), May 19, 1934.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 2
No More War Parade (New York City), May 18, 1935.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Peace Parade (Northfield, Massachusetts), July 11, 1935.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Unite for Peace Parade (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), November 1935.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
No More War Parade (New York City), 1936.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Armistice Day Parade and Meeting (Pocatello, Idaho), 1936.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Unite for Peace Parade (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), November 7, 1936.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Pacifist/Peace Walks (New York City), 1938.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
No More War Parade (New York City), 1939.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Miscellaneous, 1950-1979.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Peace Parade (Chicago, Illinois), April 27, 1968.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Miscellaneous, 1980-1999.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Miscellaneous, 2000-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Protest march held during Republican National Convention (New York City), August 29, 2000.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
WomenCrossDMZ march across Korea's demilitarized zone, 2015.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Miscellaneous.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Miscellaneous (U.S.).
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Miscellaneous (European and Canadian).
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Walk to Moscow, 1981-1982.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
"On Peace Walks" by Paul Salstrom (member of Northeast CNVA) manuscript.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
"Felicity's Peace Walk" by Elizabeth Lindemann manuscript, 1986-1989.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 3
Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence.

Peace Congress (Brussels, Belgium), September 20-22, 1848.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
Peace Congress (Paris, France), 1849.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
Peace Congresses (London, England), 1850-1851.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
International [Universal?] Peace Congress (Geneva, Switzerland), September 9-12, 1868.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
Universal Congress of Friends of Civilization (Paris, France), 1871.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
2nd Universal Peace Congress (London, England), 1890.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
3rd Universal Peace Congress (Rome, Italy), 1891.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
4th Universal Peace Congress (Bern, Germany), 1892.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
5th International Peace Congress (Chicago, Illinois), August 14-20, 1893.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
1st Hague Peace Conference (The Hague, Netherlands), 1899.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
9th Universal Peace Congress (Paris, France), 1900.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
12th Universal Peace Congress (Rouen, France), September 22-25, 1903.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
Conferencia de Paz Centroamericana (Costa Rica), September 15-25, 1906.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
13th Universal Peace Congress (Boston, Massachusetts), October 3-7, 1904.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
2nd Hague Peace Congress (The Hague, Netherlands), 1907.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 4
Central American Peace Conference (Washington, D.C.), September-December, 1907.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
18th Universal Peace Congress (Stockholm, Sweden), 1910.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
19th Universal Peace Congress (Geneva, Switzerland), 1912.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
Judicial Settlement of International Disputes Conference (Washington, D.C.), December 20-21, 1912.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
Congres Mondial des Associations Internationales. Deuxieme Session: Gand – Bruxelles, June 15-19, 1913.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
International Theosophical Peace Congress (Sweden), June 22-29, 1913.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
21st World Peace Congress (Vienna, Austria), September 15-19, 1914.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
3rd Hague Peace Conference [proposed] (Great Britain), May 1915.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
International Peace Congress [and 5th American Peace Congress] (San Francisco, California), October 10-13, 1915.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
Peace Congress (Versailles, France), 1919.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
Congrés International Antimilitariste (The Hague, Holland), March 26-31, 1921.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
1st Pan-Pacific Press Conference (Honolulu, Hawaii), October 21, 1921.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
Universal Peace Congress, 1922.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
Conference on Christian Politics, Economics and Citizenship (Birmingham, England), April 5-12, 1924.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
4th International Democratic Congress for Peace (London, England), September 17-19, 1924.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
24th Universal Peace Congress (Paris, France), September 1-6, 1925.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
6th International Democratic Congress for Peace (Bierville, France), August 1926.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
Scope and Contents

Report in German.

25th Universal Peace Congress (Geneva, Switzerland), September 3, 1926.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
26th Universal Peace Congress (Warsaw, Poland), June 25-29, 1928.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
World Congress Against War (Amsterdam, Netherlands), August 27-29, 1932.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
National Peace Congress (Oxford, England), July 7-10, 1933.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
24th National Peace Congress (Birmingham, England), June 22-25, 1934.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
International Women's Congress Against War and Fascism (Paris, France), July 28-30, 1934.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
31st International Peace Congress (Cardiff, Wales), June 14-19, 1936.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
World Peace Congress (Brussels, Belgium), September 3-6, 1936.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
32nd International Peace Congress (Paris, France), August 24-29, 1937.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
International Conference of Peace Workers (Geneva, Switzerland), September 12-14, 1946.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
International Conference of Peace Workers (Geneva, Switzerland), September 2-9, 1947.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
World Congress for Peace (Paris, France), April 20-25, 1949.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
2nd World Congress of the Defenders of Peace (Warsaw, Poland), 1950.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
American Inter-Continental Peace Conference (Rio de Janeiro), January 22-27, 1952.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
Christian Peace Conference [2nd] (Prague, Czechoslovakia), April 16-19, 1959.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 5
3rd Session of the Christian Peace Conference (Prague, Czechoslovakia), September 6-9, 1960.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
First All-Christian Peace Assembly (Prague, Czechoslovakia), June 13-18, 1961.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
World Gathering of Women for Disarmament (Vienna, Austria), March 23-25, 1962.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
34th Universal Peace Congress [proposed], 1963.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
Conference on Universities and the Quest for Peace at National University of San Marcos (Lima, Peru), November 9-13, 1964.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
Africa and Middle East Conference on Universities and the Quest for Peace (Nigeria), December 27-31, 1964.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
World Congress for Peace, National Independence and General Disarmament (Helsinki, Finland), July 10-15, 1965.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
World Assembly for Peace (Berlin), June 21-24, 1969.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
World Religionists Assembly for Peace and Justice in Indochina (Tokyo, Japan), August 1, 1972.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
1st World Congress of the International Association of Educators for World Peace (Bucharest, Romania), July 29-August 2, 1974.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
Asian Christian Peace Conference (Kottayam, India), January 9-14, 1975.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
International Conference of Peace Researchers and Peace Activists (Amsterdam, Netherlands), July 1-6, 1975.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
World Conference: Religious Workers for Lasting Peace, Disarmament and Just Relations Among Nations (Moscow), June 6-10, 1977.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
African Christian Peace Conference (Freetown, Sierra Leone), December 14-20, 1977.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
7th Marcha internacional noviolenta por la desmilitarizacion (Andalucia, Spain), May 19, 1982.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
Universal Peace Conference, Mount Abu (Rajasthan, India), February 10-14, 1983.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
World Assembly for Peace and Life Against Nuclear War (Prague, Czechoslovakia), June 1983.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
International Dialogue on the United Nations and the Peace Forces (Geneva, Switzerland), September 10-12, 1984.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
International Peace Academy Off-the Record Workshop (London, England), October 23-24, 1984.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
Volga Peace Cruise, August 9, 1987.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
Olaf Palme Peace March [March for a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Corridor in Central Europe] (Germany), September 1987.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
US/USSR Peace Cruise on the Dnieper River, June 18, 1988.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
World Forum of Peace "International Meeting for Nuclear-Weapons Free Zones (Berlin, Germany), June 20-22, 1988.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 6
DPI/NGO 47th Annual Conference "We the Peoples: Building Peace," United Nations (New York City), September 20-22, 1994.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
Vienna NGO Forum "Action for Women in a Changing World", October 12-15, 1994.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
United Nations 4th Conference on Women, NGO Forum (China), 1995.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
International Peace Conference on Chittagong Hill Tracts "Working Towards Peace" (Bangkok, Thailand), February 23-26, 1997.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
Fourth International Conference on Peace and Nonviolent Action (New Delhi, India), November 10-14, 1999.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
International Women's Day for Peace and Disarmament, May 24, 2000.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
[5th] National Convention for Nuclear Disarmament and Peace (New Delhi, India), November 11-13, 2000.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
Fifth European Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution "From Systems to People" (Katowice, Poland), September 16-21, 2001.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
International Peace Conference for the 20th Anniversary of the UN International Day of Peace (Seoul, Korea), September 27-28, 2001.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
Japan Peace Conference (International Symposium) 2003 (Okinawa, Japan), January 29-February 1, 2004.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
Scientists Forum of 2004 World Conference Against the A and H Bombs (Osaka, Japan), August 1, 2004.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
World Peace Conference [in commemoration of UNESCO's 60th anniversary] (Pune, India), January 30-February 3, 2006.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
International Conference: Resistance to War, 1914-1924, Leeds Beckett University (England), March 18-20, 2016.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
International Conscientious Objectors' Day (Bloomsbury, England), May 15, 2016.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 7
General

The Conference on the Limitation of Armament; Washington; D.C., 1922 materials were removed from CDGAs in 2017.

Mass Peace Convention (Ocean Grove, New Jersey), July 21, 1894.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
American Conference on International Arbitration (Washington, D.C.), April 22-23, 1896.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
1st National Arbitration and Peace Congress [1st American Peace Congress] (New York, New York), April 14-17, 1907.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
North Carolina Peace Congress, October 12, 1908.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
2nd American Peace Congress (Chicago, Illinois), May 3-5, 1909.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
New England Arbitration and Peace Congress (Hartford, Connecticut), 1910.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
3rd American Peace Congress (Baltimore, Maryland), May 3-5, 1911.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
4th American Peace Congress (St. Louis, Missouri), May 1-3, 1913.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
Sacred Peace Day for the Nations (San Diego, California), September 28, 1914.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
International Peace Congress (San Francisco, California), October 10-12, 1915.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
Private Conference of Peace Workers (New York, New York), February 22-23, 1917.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
First American Conference for Democracy and Terms of Peace, May 30-31, 1917.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
2nd Lecturers' Conference on Public Opinion and World Peace, December 7-9, 1922.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
National Study Conference on the Church and World Peace (Washington, D.C.), December 1-3, 1925.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
Sesqui-Centennial Exhibition (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1926.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
Peace Week, May 12-18, 1930.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
United States Congress Against War (New York, New York), September 29-October 1, 1933.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
"Peace or War" Conference, University of Minnesota, April 7-9, 1937.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
National Anti-War Congress (Washington, D.C.), May 28-30, 1938.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
World's Fair [for Peace and Freedom] (New York), 1940.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
Conference on Pacifist Farming Communities (New York), February 21-22, 1942.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
Conference on the Church and War (Detroit, Michigan), May 8-10, 1950.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
"Mid-Century Conference for Peace" (Chicago, Illinois), May 29-30, 1950.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
"Let Us Reason Together" Conference (?) (New York, New York), January 11, 1958.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 8
National Convocation on the Challenge of Building Peace (New York, New York), March 5, 1969.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
"The Quest for Peace" Nobel Conference, Gustavus Adolphus College (St. Peter, Minnesota), January 9-10, 1974.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Conference on the Pacifist Conscience in a Revolutionary Age (Washington, D.C.), April 26, 1974.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Northern California Peace Festival, 1975.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
"A World Without War: Are Armaments the Way" Conference (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), June 6, 1976.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
"Dartmouth XII: A Soviet/American Dialogue" (Williamsburg, Virginia), May 3-7, 1979.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Conference/workshop on Women and War, Center for European Studies at Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts), January 6-8, 1984.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Mississippi Peace Cruise, July-August 1986.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
"Nuclear Arms Race: Security vs. Survival" Conference, Rutgers University (New Jersey), September 22-November 17, 1982.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
"FutureFocus: The Next Fifteen Years - Crisis Management and Conflict Resolution" Conference (New York, New York), July 14-17, 1986.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
2nd Nuclear War and Peace Education Conference (Fairfax, Virginia), October 29-31, 1987.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Mississippi Peace Cruise II, August 5-14, 1988.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
"Common Security Through Structures for Peace" Conference (Washington, D.C.), February 24-26, 1989.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
"The Quest for World Peace" Boston University (Massachusetts), October 12-13, 1990.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
"National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution: Weaving a New Beginning" (Phoenix, Arizona), May 28-June 1, 1999.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Scope and Contents

Includes 1st World Summit for Youth Peacemakers.

"Modern Peacemakers: Peacemaking in Northern Ireland and Beyond," Villanova University (Pennsylvania), March 21-23, 2002.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Earth Charter Community Summit (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), September 28, 2002.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Scope and Contents

Includes Peace & Nonviolence Caucus.

National Conference/s on Organized Protest, 2002-2003.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
U.S. Capitol Hill Briefing "Dodging the Draft: Will There Be One? Do We Need One?", January 21, 2004.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
"One Year Later: A Conference on February 15 and the Global Antiwar Movement" (New York, New York), March 27-28, 2004.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Interfaith forum "Who Would Jesus Bomb?," Woodland Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), June 27, 2006.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Christian Peace Witness [#1] for Iraq (Washington, D.C.), March 16, 2007.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 9
Conference on the Limitation of Armament - Involvement of William Hull, circa 1894-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 10
Conference on the Limitation of Armament - Peace delegation, list of speakers on disarmament, circa 1894-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 10
Conference on the Limitation of Armament - Bulletins written by William Hull, 1921-1922.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 10
Conference on the Limitation of Armament - Press releases, circa 1894-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 10
Conference on the Limitation of Armament - Opinions and appeals by others, media coverage, circa 1894-.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 10
Conference on the Limitation of Armament - Booklet "Roads to Peace: A Handbook to the Washington Conference, 1921.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 10
Conference on the Limitation of Armament - Government document "Naval Policy of the United States: Hearings...", 1921.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 10
Conference on the Limitation of Armament - Government document "Conference on the Limitation of Armament: Address of the President..." and report of the American Delegation, 1922.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 10
Conference on the Limitation of Armament - Government document "Senate Session, Doc. 126. Conference on the Limitation of Armament", 1922.
Box SF: Events on Peace: 10
Fascism and Nazism.
Related Materials

Judaism (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Fasting.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Related Materials
  1. Arbitration and Mediation (Subject File #1)
  2. Disarmament (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes material on nuclear freeze. This collection includes Lend-Lease Bill; Monroe Doctrine (and its application to the international court / League of Nations discussion); Neutrality; 1914-1938; Neutrality: "Facts and Comments Bearing on the; Neutrality Law;" circa 1937-1938; Neutrality; 1939-1941; undated (circa 1930-1939); Neutrality: "Analysis of Arms Embargo;" undated; North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO); Treaties and Agreements: General (1910-1919); Treaty of Peace / Versailles Treaty (1919); General (1920-1929); Kellogg-Briand Pact / Paris Peace Pact (1928- ); General (1930-1979); Geneva Agreement on Vietnam (1954); Non-Proliferation Treaty; Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (1963); Paris Agreements on Vietnam (1973); SALT I and SALT II (1970s); General (1980- ; undated).

Lend-Lease Bill, 1941.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 1
Monroe Doctrine.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 2
Scope and Contents

Includes materials on the Monroe Doctrine's application to the International Court and League of Nations discussion.

Neutrality, 1914-1941; undated.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 2
Neutrality: "Facts and Comments Bearing on the Neutrality Law", circa 1937-1938.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 2
Neutrality: US government opinions.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 2
Neutrality: "Analysis of Major Reasons Advanced for Repeal of Arms Embargo", undated.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 2
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 2
Treaties and Agreements: General, 1910-1919.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 3
Treaty of Peace/Versailles Treaty, 1919.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 3
Treaties and Agreements: General, 1920-1929.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 3
Kellogg-Briand Pact/Paris Peace Pact, 1928-.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 3
Treaties and Agreements: General, 1930-1979.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 4
Geneva Agreement on Vietnam, 1954.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 4
Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 4
Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, 1963.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 4
Paris Agreements on Vietnam, 1973.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 4
SALT I and SALT II, 1970s.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 4
Treaties and Agreements: General, 1980- ; undated.
Box SF: Foreign Policy: 4
Genocide.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

German Baptist Brethren Church.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Groups as Related to Peace.
Related Materials
  1. Children and War and Peace (Subject File #1)
  2. Education and Peace (Subject File #1)
  3. Labor (Subject File #1)
  4. Socialism, Communism, and Peace (Subject File #1)
  5. Women and Peace (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2. This collection includes materials on children and youth, labor, and women.

Gun Violence.
Related Materials

Warfare and Weapons: small arms / light weapons (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on prevention efforts and gun trafficking.

Historic Peace Churches.
Related Materials
  1. Amish Church (Subject File #1)
  2. Mennonite Church (Subject File #1)
  3. Church of the Brethren (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Related Materials

Peace History and Biography (Subject File #2)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. Box 1 of this collection includes materials on the peace movement (U.S.): general (circa 1910- ), "Peace Education and the Peace Movement Since 1815" manuscript by Clinton F. Fink (1979), "Pacifists' Search for a Negotiated Peace During the First World War; 1914-1917" manuscript by David S. Patterson (undated). Box 2 of this collection includes materials on the peace movement (foreign): "Revolutionary Syndicalism, Antimilitarism, and the Great War: The Cause of Alphonse Merrheim" manuscript by Nicholas Papayanis (1976), "Pacifism and Revolution: Bertrand Russell and Russia, 1914-1918" manuscript by unknown (June 1991), directories/lists of peace groups 1914 - and undated; "Guide to the American Left" (1970), "Boston People's Yellow Pages" (1980-1981 edition), and "1983 Handbook: Arms Control and Peace Organizations/Activities."

General.
Box SF: History of Peace: 1
Peace movement (U.S.), 1910-.
Box SF: History of Peace: 1
Peace movement (non-U.S.), 1888-.
Box SF: History of Peace: 1
Directories and list of peace groups, 1914-.
Box SF: History of Peace: 2
History of War.
Related Materials
  1. Warfare and Weapons (Subject File #1)
  2. Militarism (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes British, Canadian, Dutch, French, German, and U.S. sources.

House Un-American Activities Committee.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Human Rights.
Related Materials
  1. Coalition for a New Foreign Policy (DG 138)
  2. Friendshipment-Bach Mai Hospital Relief Fund Records (DG 228)
  3. International League for Human Rights Collected Records (CDGA)
  4. United States Catholic Conference (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Human Trafficking.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Hunger.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Hutterite Church.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Immigration.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Immolation.
Related Materials

Norman R. Morrison Collected Papers (CDGA)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Imperialism, 1900-.
Related Materials

Foreign Policy (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on 1900-1939; Mexico and Nicaragua, 1916, 1927; 1940- ; and government documents.

Intentional Communities.
Related Materials

Economics and Peace: cooperative movement (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on miscellaneous communities (U.S. and foreign); pamphlet by Norman J. Whitney "Experiments in Community: Ephrata, The Amish, The Doukhobors, The Shakers, The Bruderhof, Monteverde," 1966; Amanas Colonies, Iowa; Atlantic Life Community; Camphill Village, New York; Cedarwood Community, Virginia; Cheyney Cooperative Homesteads, Chester, Pennsylvania; Community Market, Massachusetts; East Wind, Missouri; Ephrata Cloister, Pennsylvania; Frating, England; Holton Beckering, England; Institute/Mountain West: A Community for Living Revolution; Golden, Colorado; Moteverde, Costa Rica; New Harmony, Indiana; Reba Place Fellowship, Illinois; The School of Living, Ohio; Shakers; Synanon Movement.

Related Materials
  1. Jane Addams Collection (DG 001)
  2. International Law (Subject File #1 and #2)
  3. Bureau International de la Cour Permanente d'Arbitrage, La Haye [Permanent Court of Arbitration at the Hague] (CDGB Netherlands)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1.

U.S. sources, 1899-1932.
Box SF: International Court of Justice: 1
U.S. sources, 1933-1935; undated.
Box SF: International Court of Justice: 2
Bibliographies.
Box SF: International Court of Justice: 2
Non-U.S. sources.
Box SF: International Court of Justice: 2
International Languages.
Related Materials

International Languages Collection (put together by Alice Thacher Post).

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

International Law.
Arrangement

Subject File #1 includes general materials arranged by date. Subject File #2 includes general materials arranged by author.

Related Materials

World Court (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1 and Subject File #2.

International Organization.
Arrangement

Subject File #1 includes general materials arranged by date. Subject File #2 includes general materials arranged by author.

Related Materials

World Government (Subject File #1 and 2)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1 and Subject File #2.

International Police Force, 1913-.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

International Society for Krishna Consciousness.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

International Tensions.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Islam.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Japanese-Americans, 1942-1944.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on evacuation/camps, Drafting of Nisei, 1944, exclusion, and government documents, including the Japanese Exclusion Act, relocation, students, and court cases on curfews (1942).

Japanese-Canadians.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Jehovah's Witnesses.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes General; Views on war and peace; Post-War problems/experiences; 1943-1945; Zionism; 1891-1949; Jewish-Christian relations; Miscellaneous; American Jewish Congress; Anti-Semitism: Holocaust; Anti-Semitism: Jewish unemployment; 1937-1938.

General.
Box SF: Judaism: 1
Views on war and peace.
Box SF: Judaism: 1
Relief efforts for Jews.
Box SF: Judaism: 1
Post-war problems and experiences, 1943-1945.
Box SF: Judaism: 1
Zionism, 1891-1949.
Box SF: Judaism: 1
Jewish-Christian relations.
Box SF: Judaism: 1
Miscellaneous.
Box SF: Judaism: 1
American Jewish Congress.
Box SF: Judaism: 1
National Council of Jewish Women.
Box SF: Judaism: 1
Anti-semitism, 1917-1964.
Box SF: Judaism: 2
Jewish unemployment, 1937-1938.
Box SF: Judaism: 2
Kosovo War, 1998-1999.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Labor.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on labor and civil liberties; Mooney and Billings case; labor and peace; labor and peace manuscript "The Italian Working Class Left and Resistance to War, 1911-1915" by unknown, undated; trade union movement; "A Rich Man's Guide, A Poor Man's Fight: A Handbook for Trade Unionists on the Vietnam War," 1971; trade union movement: Han Yong Factory (Hyundai), Mexico, 1998; coal-mining industry and strikes; labor press and publications; International Workers of the World (IWW).

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes Box 1: General (1917- ); Central America (before 1991); AFSC Central America Seminar (March 1979); LADOC "Keyhole" series; and El Salvador (war by U.S.); Box 2: Nicaragua (war by U.S.) and Sanctuary for refugees; Box 3: Seminar material re: international law and El Salvador (by Bruce Rockwood) and Mexico (U.S. militarization of).

General, 1917-.
Box SF: Latin America and Peace: 1
Central America, 1954-1991.
Box SF: Latin America and Peace: 1
Central America - AFSC Seminar, March 1979.
Box SF: Latin America and Peace: 1
Central America - El Salvador war by US.
Box SF: Latin America and Peace: 1
Sanctuary for refugees.
Box SF: Latin America and Peace: 2
Central America - Nicaragua war by US.
Box SF: Latin America and Peace: 2
Seminar material by Bruce Rockwood about international law and El Salvador.
Box SF: Latin America and Peace: 3
US militarization of Mexico.
Box SF: Latin America and Peace: 3

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on archives and museums.

Material by the League, 1920-1946.
Box SF: League of Nations: 1
Material about the League from non-U.S. sources, 1930-1940; undated.
Box SF: League of Nations: 2
Material about the League from U.S. sources, 1916-1939; undated.
Box SF: League of Nations: 2
Legal Defense.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Literature Regarding Peace: Books.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on book reviews.

Literature Regarding Peace: Poetry, 1798-.
Related Materials
  1. Civilian Public Service: poetry written by men in CPS (Subject File #1)
  2. Angela Morgan Collected Papers (CDGA)
  3. Devere Allen Papers (DG 053) Series E: Peace Plays and Poems
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes poems about peace written in 1798- , some undated, miscellaneous poems, and a scrapbook of poems, circa World War I.

Literature Regarding Peace: Questions and Stories.
Related Materials

Miscellaneous Peace Material (1917) (CDGB Australia)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on quotes, "Celebrated Sayings on Peace and War by Famous People" compiled by Marjorie Hedley Keiser, and stories.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes Box 1: Lists of plays and pageants; Scripts for radio plays/dramas; Collections of scripts for plays; Scripts for plays / pageants / dramatic readings (1900-1919); Box 2: Scripts for plays / pageants / dramatic readings (1920-1933); Scripts for plays / pageants / dramatic readings (1920-1933) - "cartoon comedy" with 2 monkeys as neighbors; Mr. Fox (munitions dealer) brings them to armed conflict [includes 7 black/white cartoons]; circa 1930-1933; Box 3: Scripts for plays / pageants / dramatic readings (1934-1949); Box 4: Scripts for plays / pageants / dramatic readings (1950- ); Script for play "Palace of the End" (and other material) (2008); Scripts for plays / pageants / dramatic readings; undated (arranged by title); Box 5: Using literature to promote peace.

Lists of plays and pageants.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 1
Scripts for radio plays and dramas.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 1
Collections of scripts for plays.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 1
Scripts for plays, pageants, and dramatic readings, 1900-1919.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 1
Scripts for plays, pageants, and dramatic readings, 1920-1933.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 2
"Cartoon Comedy" with two monkeys as neighbors.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 2
Scope and Contents

Mr. Fox (munitions dealer) brings them to armed conflict. Includes 7 black and white cartoons.

Scripts for plays, pageants, and dramatic readings, 1934-1949.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 3
Scripts for plays, pageants, and dramatic readings, 1950-.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 4
Script for the play "Palace of the End" and other material, 2008.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 4
Scripts for plays, pageants, and dramatic readings, undated.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 4
Arrangement

Arranged by title.

Materials on using literature to promote peace.
Box SF: Literature on Peace - Scripts: 5
Lutheran Church.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Medicine and Peace.
Related Materials
  1. Physicians for Social Responsibility Records (DG 175)
  2. Psychological Aspects of War (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Related Materials
  1. Conscientious Objection (Subject File #1)
  2. Organizations starting with the word "Mennonite" (CDGAs)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on "Two Centuries of American Mennonites" bibliography, undated; the concern of Ernest Gehman about the Mennonite Church being "yoked together" with other peace groups; and "Evaluation of the I-W Program: A Report On the Experiences of Mennonite and Brethren In Christ I-W Service Men," July 1955.

Mennonites during the Revolutionary War.
Box SF: Mennonite Church: 1
General, 1894-1989.
Box SF: Mennonite Church: 1
Mennonites during WWI [in retrospect].
Box SF: Mennonite Church: 1
Concern of Ernest Gehman about Mennonite Church being "yoked together" with other peace groups, 1940s.
Box SF: Mennonite Church: 1
Mennonites during WWII [in retrospect].
Box SF: Mennonite Church: 1
Pamphlet series - Mennonites and Their Heritage, 1940s.
Box SF: Mennonite Church: 1
Mennonite Peace Theology Colloquium (Kansas City, Missouri), 1976.
Box SF: Mennonite Church: 1
General, 1990- ; undated.
Box SF: Mennonite Church: 2
"Two Centuries of American Mennonites" bibliography, undated.
Box SF: Mennonite Church: 2

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes Box 1: Algeria (circa 1890s); Middle East (1958- ); Israel (1938-1974); Box 2: Israel (1975- ; undated); Israel [Israeli / Palestinian Conflict]; Arab Spring (2011).

Algeria, circa 1890s.
Box SF: Middle East and Near East: 1
Middle East, 1958-.
Box SF: Middle East and Near East: 1
Arab Spring, 2011.
Box SF: Middle East and Near East: 1
Related Materials

Subject File: Art in War and Peace - DG 013 Graphics, MLK comic book

Israel, 1938-1974.
Box SF: Middle East and Near East: 1
Israel, 1975- ; undated.
Box SF: Middle East and Near East: 2
Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
Box SF: Middle East and Near East: 2
Militarism, 1895-.
Related Materials
  1. Warfare and Weapons (Subject File #1)
  2. History of War (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Military Recruitment.
Related Materials
  1. Military Training (Subject File #1)
  2. Conscription (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on anti-recruitment efforts (e.g. opting out); "Using Equal Access to Militarism in High Schools. A Case History: Project on Youth and Non-Military Opportunities, 1984-1995" booklet by Rich Jahnkow, March 2002.

Related Materials
  1. Conscription (Subject File #1)
  2. Military Recruitment (Subject File #1)
  3. Committee on Militarism in Education Records (DG 009)
  4. E. Raymond Wilson (DG 070)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on military training in army camps, the Boy Scouts, schools and universities (e.g. ROTC), 1896-1934; Supreme Court case of Quaker student [Ennis Coale] who refused military drill at the University of Maryland, 1933; Supreme Court case of Methodist students [Albert Hamilton and W. Alonzo Reynolds] who refused military drill at the University of California, 1933-1934; ROTC, 1935- , undated; universal military training, 1914- , undated (compulsory peacetime military training); government documents: legislation on Compulsory Military Training/Universal Military Training; Compulsory military training, 1904-1950.

Military recruitment.
Box SF: Military Training: 1
General.
Box SF: Military Training: 1
Military training in army camps.
Box SF: Military Training: 1
Military training in the Boy Scouts.
Box SF: Military Training: 1
Military training in schools and universities, 1896-1934.
Box SF: Military Training: 1 Box SF: Military Training: 2
Scope and Contents

Includes materials on ROTC.

Supreme Court case of Ennis Coale, 1933.
Box SF: Military Training: 2
Supreme Court case of Albert Hamilton and W. Alonzo Reynolds, 1933-1934.
Box SF: Military Training: 2
Compulsory military training, 1904-1950.
Box SF: Military Training: 3
Universal Military Training, 1914- ; undated.
Box SF: Military Training: 4
Government documents , 1936-1951.
Box SF: Military Training: 5

Related Materials
  1. Boise Peace Quilt Project (CDGA)
  2. Peace Gardens (Subject File #1)
  3. Womens International League for Peace and Freedom (DG 043) photographs (1920s-1930s); for photos assembled by Zonia Baber [removed from multimedia kit #11] (Photograph Collection)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials arranged by date and materials on peace flags, Christ of the Andes, Perry's Victory Monument, the US-Canadian border, the origin and use of world peace symbol, and artist and poet Blümelhuber.

Material, by date.
Peace dove.
Peace flags.
Christ of the Andes.
Perry's Victory Monument.
U.S.-Canadian border.
World Peace Symbol: origin and use.
Artist and poet Blümelhuber.
Moravians and Peace.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Munitions.
Related Materials

Warfare and Weapons (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Records re: music in Oversized Items Collection: Documents.
Box SF: Music and Peace: 1
General/miscellaneous.
Box SF: Music and Peace: 2
Music scores, 1893-1934.
Box SF: Music and Peace: 2
Music scores, 1935- ; undated.
Box SF: Music and Peace: 2
Peace songs and music: lists.
Box SF: Music and Peace: 2
Peace songs and music: "People's Songs".
Box SF: Music and Peace: 2
Peace songs and music: "Five Souls" from the Woman's Peace Party.
Box SF: Music and Peace: 2
Peace songs and music from the Massachusetts Branch of the Woman's Peace Party.
Box SF: Music and Peace: 2
Peace songs and music from the Pennsylvania State Branch of WILPF, 1920s-1940s.
Box SF: Music and Peace: 2
Words only, 1889- ; undated.
Box SF: Music and Peace: 3
Related Materials

Oversized Items Collection: Documents -- songs

Native Americans.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Neutrality.
Related Materials

Foreign Policy: Neutrality (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2.

Non-Resistance.
Related Materials

Pacifism (Subject File #1 and #2)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Nonviolence, 1930-.
Related Materials

Pacifism (Subject File #1 and #2)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, 1930-1969, 1970- , undated; writings on Gandhi by Gene Sharp, 1965; "A Study in Training Programs for Nonviolent Direct Action" by Enid Shivers, 1969; "The Varieties of Violence" manuscript, 1971; and materials on conflict resolution.

Related Materials

Oversized Items Collection: "A Challenge to War!" by John and Ruth Vassos Humanities (Nov 11; 1935) -- poster with excerpts from Henri Barbusse; Siegfried Sassoon; AA Milne; CEM Joad; Paul Cohen-Portheim; Storm Jameson; Norman Angell; Walt Whitman and Wolfgang Langhoff

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

U.S. sources Opinions re: Vietnam, 1962-1975.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 1
U.S. sources Opinions, 1970-.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 1
U.S. sources Opinions: essay "Living Without A Future: Teenagers Thoughts On Nuclear War, With A Comparison Of Sex and Age", circa 1980s.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 1
U.S. sources Opinions re: War on Afghanistan / Iraq / Terrorism, 2001-.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 1
U.S. sources Opinions, circa 1880-1969.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 1
Foreign sources - Australian opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - Belgium opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - Brazilian opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - British opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - British opinions: "Oxford Pamphlets, 1914.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Scope and Contents

Incomplete set.

Foreign sources - Canadian opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - French opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - German opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - Hungarian opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - Italian opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - Japanese opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - Netherlands opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - Swedish opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Foreign sources - Swiss opinions.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 2
Speeches and Addresses, 1909-.
Box SF: Opinions on War and Peace: 3

Related Materials
  1. Pacifism, Moral and Religious (Subject File #2)
  2. Non-Resistance (Subject File #1)
  3. Nonviolence (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, 1900- and materials on testimonies of pacifists; pacifist pledge, 1935; pacifism of Gandhi; opposition to and critiques of pacifism; and pacifists who revoked pacifist stance in World War II.

General materials, 1900- ; undated.
Box SF: Pacifism: 1 Box SF: Pacifism: 2
Scope and Contents

Includes U.S. sources and non-U.S. sources.

Testimonies of pacifists.
Box SF: Pacifism: 2
Pacifist Pledge, 1935.
Box SF: Pacifism: 2
Pacifism of Gandhi.
Box SF: Pacifism: 2
Related Materials

Subject File: Nonviolence

Opposition to/critiques of pacifism.
Box SF: Pacifism: 2
Pacifists who revoked pacifist stance in World War II.
Box SF: Pacifism: 2
Pacifism, Moral and Religious.
Related Materials

Pacifism (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2. This collection includes general materials arranged by author and materials on pacifism, 1915-1929.

Peace Boats and Ships.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on the history and/or restoration of The Golden Rule and The Phoenix; the Everyman; and, the Peace Boat, Japan (2010)

Peace Gardens and Parks.
Related Materials
  1. Monuments and Symbols about Peace (Subject File #1)
  2. Mary Phillips Collected Papers (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on the International Peace Garden located on the U.S.-Canadian border and Jardin de la Paz de la Plata, Argentina.

Peace History and Biography.
Arrangement

This collection is arranged by author.

Related Materials
  1. History of Peace (Subject File #1)
  2. Biography About Peace (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2.

Peace in Literature and Art.
Arrangement

This collection is arranged by author.

Related Materials
  1. Art in War and Peace (Subject File #1)
  2. Literature About Peace (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

General.
History and purpose; information about Albert Nobel.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
History: Nobel Jubilee Symposium, December 6-8, 1991.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Rules, notices, etc.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Critiques and evaluations.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Scope and Contents

Includes critiques and evaluations by Irwin Abrams.

Nominees.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Lists of nominations and recipients.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Prize winners (biographies, etc.), 1901-1919.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Prize winners (biographies, etc.), 1920-1939.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Prize winners (biographies, etc.), 1940-1949.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Prize winners (biographies, etc.), 1950-1969.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Prize winners (biographies, etc.), 1970-1979.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Prize winners (biographies, etc.), 1980-1989.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Prize winners (biographies, etc.), 1990-1999.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Prize winners (biographies, etc.), 2000-.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Prize winners: collective biographies.
Box SF: Peace Prizes: 1
Peace Research.
Related Materials
  1. Canadian Peace Research Institute (CDGB Canada)
  2. National Research Council on Peace Strategy (CDGA)
  3. Students for a Democratic Society Collected Records (CDGA); Peace Research Institute (CDGA)
  4. SIPRI (CDGB Sweden)
  5. Peace Research Lab Collected Records (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on the Colorado State University student peace research workshop, 1962.

Related Materials

United States Institute of Peace Collected Records (CDGA)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

General.
Box SF: Peace Studies Programs: 1
"A Peace and Conflict Studies Program for the University of Hawaii, -1971.
Box SF: Peace Studies Programs: 1
Peace academies.
Box SF: Peace Studies Programs: 1
Curricula / courses.
Box SF: Peace Studies Programs: 1
Directories.
Box SF: Peace Studies Programs: 1
Syllabus and course readings.
Box SF: Peace Studies Programs: 2
Syllabus and course readings: "Problems of War and Peace," Colgate University, -1978.
Box SF: Peace Studies Programs: 2
Syllabus and course readings: "Manual of the Colgate University Workshop for Teachers of Courses on Disarmament and Alterative Security Systems, -1979.
Box SF: Peace Studies Programs: 2
Peacekeeping, 1910-.
Related Materials
  1. United Nations (Subject File #1)
  2. Christian Peacemaker Teams (CDGA)
  3. World Peace Brigade Collected Records (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, 1910- , and materials on intervention by peacemakers and peace activists.

Plans and Proposals Regarding Peace, 1907-.
Related Materials
  1. Peace Research (Subject File #1)
  2. Opinions About War and Peace (Subject File #1)
  3. Foreign Policy (Subject File #1)
  4. Devere Allen Papers (DG 053) Peace Projects, Series C-4
  5. Oversize Items Collection: chart of peace proposals during WWI; composed by Joseph Chapiro Edition of "La Sentinelle; La Chaux-de-fonds"
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, both U.S. and foreign, 1907- , some undated, and petitions.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Elections and candidates, 1920-1962.
Box SF: Politics and Peace: 1
"Peace Politics" by Paul Booth, 1962.
Box SF: Politics and Peace: 1
Elections and candidates, 1963- ; undated.
Box SF: Politics and Peace: 1
Freedom and Peace Party Convention, circa 1968.
Box SF: Politics and Peace: 2
William Hefner Campaign, 1960-1962.
Box SF: Politics and Peace: 2
Stuart Hughes Campaign, 1962-1963.
Box SF: Politics and Peace: 2
Thomas Boylston Adams Campaign, 1966.
Box SF: Politics and Peace: 2
Mary Wentworth Campaign, 1984.
Box SF: Politics and Peace: 2
Presbyterian Church, 1906-.
Related Materials

Presbyterian (CDGAs)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, 1906- , and materials on study guides; "Presbyterians and Peacemaking: Are We Now Called to Resistance," 1985.

Press Coverage and the Use of the Media for Peace or War.
Related Materials
  1. Oversized Items Collection [newspaper ads]
  2. Propaganda (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on press coverage of terrorism.

Prisoners of War.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on prisoners of war (POWs) in Vietnam, 1960s-1970s.

Prisons.
Related Materials

Conscientious Objection/Objectors (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Propaganda.
Related Materials

Press Coverage / Use of the Media for Peace or War (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on U.S. non-governmental sources of propaganda; U.S. governmental sources of propaganda; foreign sources of propaganda; critiques of propaganda.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

Material collected, 1926; 1930-1935.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 1
Material collected, 1936.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 1
Material collected, 1937.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 1
Material collected, 1938.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 1
Material collected: Would Communism Work Out in America? by Percy Crosby, 1938.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 1
Material collected, 1939; circa 1930s.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 1
Material collected, 1940-1942.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 1
Material collected, 1943-1944.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 1
Material collected, 1945.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 1
Material collected, 1946.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, 1947-1948.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, 1949-1950.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, 1951-1953.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, 1954-1959.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, 1960-1962.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, 1963.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, 1964-1965.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, 1966-1967.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, 1968-1969.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Material collected, undated.
Box SF: Elizabeth Baker Propaganda: 2
Psychological and Sociological Aspects of War and Peace.
Related Materials
  1. Medicine and Peace (Subject File #1)
  2. Physicians for Social Responsibility (DG 175)
  3. Richard Barrett (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on moral re-armament; PeacePsych Listserv, 2004- ; war guilt; post traumatic stress disoder (PTSD) and combat stress; and spiritual stress (aka soul wounds).

Racism, Anti-Racism, and Racial Relations.
Related Materials
  1. African-Americans (Subject File #1)
  2. Conscription (Subject File #1)
  3. Japanese-Americans (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on lynching.

Refugees.
Related Materials
  1. Statelessness (Subject File #1)
  2. Latin America: Sanctuary for Refugees (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1.

Relief Efforts.
Related Materials

Evangelische Schule am Karlsplatz [school in Vienna rebuilt by Brethren & Mennonite PAX service workers; 1954-1961] (CDGB Austria)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials 1876- , including peace sermons, prayers, etc. and materials on Liberation Theology; Just War doctrine/theory; and Sunday school material.

General, 1876-.
Box SF: Religion, War, Peace: 1 Box SF: Religion, War, Peace: 2 Box SF: Religion, War, Peace: 3
Scope and Contents

Includes 21 folders. Materials include peace sermons, prayers, and more.

Just War Doctrine/Theory.
Box SF: Religion, War, Peace: 3
Liberation Theology.
Box SF: Religion, War, Peace: 3
Sunday School material on peace.
Box SF: Religion, War, Peace: 3
Sanctions, Embargoes, and Blockages.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2.

Arrangement

The materials in this collection are arranged by author.

School of the Americas.
Related Materials
  1. SOA Watch Records (DG 207)
  2. SOA Watch/NE (Philadelphia; Pennsylvania) (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials, including protests against the School of the Americas (SOA). Additional material includes acc. 2022-041 (gift of Selina Gallo-Cruz).

Science and War.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on medicine and peace and the psychological Aapects of war and peace.

Seventh-Day Adventists.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1.

Socialism and Communism, 1910-.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on socialism and communism as they relate to peace.

Society of Friends, Religious.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on general peace testimony.

Speeches and Addresses on Peace.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2. This collection includes materials on opinions regarding war and peace, in particular, speeches and addresses.

Stories About Peace.
Related Materials

Peace Literature - Quotations and Stories (Subject File #1)

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2.

Tax Refusal and Tax Resistance.
Related Materials
  1. Citizens for the United Nations (CDGA)
  2. Nonviolent Action Community of Cascadia Records (DG 238)
  3. Ammon Hennacy (CDGA)
  4. Intentional Low Income Group Collected Records (CDGA)
  5. National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund Records (DG 155)
  6. Peacemaker Movement Collected Records (CDGA)
  7. Ernest and Marion Bromley Papers (DG 214)
  8. Philadelphia War Tax Resistance Records (DG 182)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on the Supreme Court case Autenreith vs. United States, 1967-1970; tax refuser Reverand Maurice F. McCrackin; tax refuser Eroseanna Robinson; and international conferences.

Technical Assistance.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2.

Unitarian Universalists.
Related Materials
  1. Unitarian Commission on World Order (CDGA)
  2. Unitarian Fellowship for Social Justice (CDGA)
  3. Unitarian Laymen's League, Committee on World Order (CDGA)
  4. Unitarian Pacifist Fellowship Collected Records (CDGA)
  5. Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County (CDGA)
  6. Unitarian Universalist Service Committee Inc. (CDGA)
  7. Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

United Church of Christ.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1.

United Methodist Church.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. This collection includes general materials and materials on the Methodist response to the Vietnam Conflict and clemency for draft resisters.

Related Materials
  1. Methodist Church (CDGAs)
  2. Methodist Committee for Overseas Relief (CDGA)
  3. Methodist Federation for Social Action Collected Records (CDGA)
  4. Methodist Peace Fellowship Collected Records
  5. Methodists United for Peace with Justice Collected Records
  6. Conscientious Objection (Subject File #1)

Related Materials
  1. Peacekeeping (Subject File #1)
  2. Media Area Committee for the United Nations Collected Records (CDGA)
  3. Quaker United Nations Committee (CDGA)
  4. United Nations Association of the United States of America Collected Records (CDGA)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1. This collection includes History of the UN; General; by date; General; by subject: Charter and revisions; Declarations; Dumbarton Oaks; information about flags; International Year of Peace 1986; UN Day; NGOs; Agencies: UNDP; UNESCO; UNICEF; UNIDIR; UNIFEM; UNITAR; UNRRA; UN and peace/disarmament; Hearing re: increasing the effectiveness of the UN; Philadelphia; Oct. 23; 1992.

History of the UN.
Box SF: United Nations: 1
General material, arranged by date.
Box SF: United Nations: 1
General material, arranged by subject.
Box SF: United Nations: 2
Charter and revisions.
Box SF: United Nations: 2
Declarations.
Box SF: United Nations: 2
Dumbarton Oaks.
Box SF: United Nations: 2
Information about flags.
Box SF: United Nations: 2
International Year of Peace, 1986.
Box SF: United Nations: 2
UN Day.
Box SF: United Nations: 2
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Box SF: United Nations: 2
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Box SF: United Nations: 2
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Box SF: United Nations: 3
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
Box SF: United Nations: 3
United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR).
Box SF: United Nations: 3
United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM).
Box SF: United Nations: 3
United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR).
Box SF: United Nations: 3
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA).
Box SF: United Nations: 3
UN and peace/disarmament, circa 1945-.
Box SF: United Nations: 4 Box SF: United Nations: 5 Box SF: United Nations: 6
Hearing on increasing the effectiveness of the UN (Philadelphia), October 23, 1992.
Vegetarianism.
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1.

Vietnam War.
Related Materials
  1. Protests Against Wars (Subject File #1)
  2. Warfare and Weapons: war -- Vietnam (Subject File #1)
  3. Vietnam (CDGB)
  4. Art in War and Peace (Subject File #1)
  5. Foreign Policy: treaties and agreements on Vietnam; 1954; 1973 (Subject File #1)
  6. Prisoners of War (Subject File #1)
  7. Economics: cost of war (Subject File #1)
Scope and Contents

This collection is part part of Subject File #1. This collection includes materials on Vietnam remembered retrospectives.

War and Religion.
Related Materials
  1. Religion, War, and Peace (Subject File #1)
  2. Kosovo -- Civil War (Subject File #1)
  3. Oversized Items Collection: telegraph messages from Wolff's Telegraphisches Bureau, Berlin (August 1, 1914-November 1918)
  4. Oversized Items Collection: "Memorial to U.S. Senate: Peace Pact and Cruiser Bill Inconsistent," December 17, 1978
  5. Oversized Items Collection: Fortune; vol. 9:3 (March-April 1939)
  6. Oversized Items Collection: newspaper ads
Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #2.

Scope and Contents

This collection is part of Subject File #1. Boxes 6-14 contain material about specific wars, not about the protests surrounding them.

U.S. sources, 1914-1919.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 1
U.S. sources - "War Information Series" by the Committee on Public Information [incomplete set], 1914-1918.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 1
U.S. sources, 1920-1935.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 1
U.S. sources - Scrapbook of news clippings, 1934-1935.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 1
U.S. sources, 1935-1949.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 1
U.S. sources - "A General Account of the Development of Methods of Using Atomic Energy for Military Purposes Under the Auspices of the U.S. Government, 1940-1945".
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 1
U.S. sources, 1950-1989.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 1
U.S. sources, 1990-.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 1
Foreign sources - Miscellaneous countries.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Belgium.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - France.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Germany.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Great Britain.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Great Britain: "Parliamentary Inquiry Into the Armaments Industry", 1935.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Great Britain: "Nuclear Weapons and Warfare" series by Adam Suddaby, 1982.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Monaco.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Netherlands.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Philippines.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Sweden.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Foreign sources - Switzerland.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 2
Government documents.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
List of other material on subject available in SCPC.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 1
Scope and Contents

This is not a complete list.

Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM).
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Atomic Bomb (A-Bomb).
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
B-1 Bomber.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Cluster Bombs.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Cruise Missile.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Drones.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Hydrogen Bomb (H-Bomb).
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Landmines.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Nuclear weapons.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Small arms and light weapons.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Weapons testing.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 3
Chemical, biological, and radiological warfare, 1920-.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 4
Scope and Contents

Includes germ warfare.

War debts and reparations, 1920-.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 5
U.S. sources, 1914.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 6
U.S. sources - Christmas Truce, December 25, 1914.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 6
U.S. sources, 1915.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 6
U.S. sources - The Fatherland Corporation, Inc., 1915.
Box SF: Warfare and Weapons: 6