Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Greenville Peace Committee Collected Records, circa 1979-2003

Collection: CDG-A


Contact Information
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue
Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399
U.S.A.
Telephone: (610) 328-8557 (Curator)
Fax: (610) 328-8544
Email: wchmiel1@swarthmore.edu (Curator)
URL: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is not the official repository for this collection of records.
Creator
Greenville Peace Committee
Title
Greenville Peace Committee Collected Records
Inclusive Dates
1979-2003 circa
Call Number
CDG-A

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
1.25 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
This small collection highlights the efforts of a local peace group from the viewpoint of its members.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
None
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Carroll Weber, 2008 [acc. 08A-044]
Processing Information
Processed by Anne Yoder, Archivist, April 2009. Finding aid revised by Andrew Ciampa, July 2010.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item] in the Greenville Peace Committee Records (CDGA), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law

Historical Background
The Greenville Peace Committee, located in Greenville, North Carolina, was founded in 1970. The founders included Rev. Charles Mulholland and Lou Paul. The group supported conscientious objectors and was against the Vietnam War. One of its major projects was in opposition to the B-1 Bomber. It brought speakers to Greenville churches and high schools, and worked on the East Carolina University campus. The Committee was affiliated with Mobilization for Survival and with SANE.

Collection Overview / Arrangement of Collection
Group members used notebooks to paste items documenting their activities and in which they wrote meeting minutes and reflections. The eight "scrapbooks" were taken apart by the SCPC archivist and separated into folders.






Detailed Description of the Collection

Box 1
Miscellaneous material
Scrapbook I, 1979 - 1981(?)
Loose material from Scrapbook I
Scrapbook II, 1981 - 1983(?)
Scrapbook II (continued #1)
Scrapbook II (continued #2)
Loose material from Scrapbook II
Scrapbook III, 1983 (February 10) - 1984 (January 18)
Loose material from Scrapbook III
 
Box 2
Scrapbook IV, 1984 (February)- 1984 (October)(?)
Loose material from Scrapbook IV
Scrapbook V, 1984 (October)- 1986 (February)(?)
Scrapbook V (continued)
Loose material from Scrapbook V
Scrapbook VI, 1986 (March) - 1987 (June)
 
Box 3
Scrapbook VI (continued #1)
Scrapbook VI (continued #2)
Loose material from Scrapbook VI
Scrapbook VII, 1987 - 1996
Scrapbook VII (continued #1)
Scrapbook VII (continued #2)
Scrapbook VII (continued #3)
Loose material Scrapbook VII
Loose material from Scrapbook VIII, 1986 - 2003(?)




This file was last updated on October 13, 2011.