Raymond and Helen Binford Collected Papers, 1941-1946
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is not the official repository for this collection of papers.
Binford, Raymond and Helen
Raymond and Helen Binford Collected Papers
Language of Materials
Materials in English
5 linear inches [papers only]
Raymond Binford served as President of Guilford College, High Point, North Carolina, for 16 years, before taking a leave of absence to become the director of Civilian Public Service Camp #19 (Buck Creek Camp, Marion, North Carolina), during World War II.
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Gift of Raymond and Helen Binford, 1946? 1955?
Processed by Anne Yoder, April 2002. Finding aid revised by Andrew Ciampa, June 18, 2010.
[Identification of item], in the Raymond and Helen Binford Collected Papers (CDG-A), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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Raymond Binford served as President of Guilford College, High Point, North Carolina, for 16 years, before taking a leave of absence to become the director of Civilian Public Service Camp #19 (Buck Creek Camp, Marion, North Carolina), during World War II. He was an active Quaker for most of his life and was a member of the North Carolina Yearly Meeting. As a Friend and as President of Guilford he was held in high esteem by all and his advice on many matters was often sought. Helen Binford, his wife, was also beloved and worked together with her husband at Buck Creek Camp.
The material in this collection include correspondence, personal papers, newsclippings, and information on a research project done in the Bucks Creek CPS camp, under Dr. Binford's direction, for the Pacifist Research Council.
Detailed Description of the Collection
Correspondence, 1944 - 1946, undated
Miscellaneous newspaperclippings and pictures of the CPS camp and the Binfords
Correspondence with the Pacifist Research Council, 1942 - 1943
Research Papers by CPS camp members for the Pacifist Research Council Project