Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Homer A. Jack Papers, 1930 -1995

Collection: DG 063
Later Accessions


Contact Information
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue
Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399
U.S.A.
Telephone: 610-328-8557 (curator)
Fax: 610-690-5728
Email: wchmiel@swarthmore.edu (curator)
URL: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Creator
Jack, Homer A. (1916-1993)
Title
Homer A. Jack Papers
Inclusive Dates
1930-1995
Call Number
DG 063

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
16.6 linear feet [papers in unprocessed acciessions only]
Abstract
Homer A. Jack (1916-1993) was a Unitarian Universalist clergyman and denominational official who sought to apply religious values to national and international affairs. Jack was executive secretary of the Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination (1943-1948), executive director of SANE (1960-1964), and secretary general of the World Conference on Religion and Peace (1970-1983). He had been minister of churches in Lawrence, Kansas (1942-1943), Evanston, Illinois (1948-1959), and Winnetka, Illinois (1984-1987) and served as director of the Division of Social Responsibility of the Unitarian Universalist Association (1964-1970). Jack also chaired the NGO Committee on Disarmament (at UN Headquarters) from 1973-1984. Homer Jack "retired" to Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, in Januaryuary 1987. He published a history of the World Conference on Religion and Peace in 1993, and continued to be active in various peace and human rights organizations, speaking and traveling frequently. Homer Jack died of cancer in 1993.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
No
Usage Restrictions
Yes, some correspondence is restricted due to poor condition
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Homer A. Jack, Inga Jack, (1970-2007)
Processing Information
Processed by Wendy Chmielewski, 2008
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Homer A. Jackl Papers (DG 063.), 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

Online Catalog Headings
These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online library/archival catalogs.
See tripod record


Related Collections
DG 058 SANE
DG 059 National Inter-Religious Conference on Peace; World Council on Relgion and Peace/USA
DG 063 Homer A. Jack Papers (processed collection)
DG 078 World Conference on Religion and Peace
DG 139 NGO Committee on Disarmament (at UN Headquarters)

Historical Background
Homer A. Jack (1916-1993) was a Unitarian Universalist clergyman and denominational official who sought to apply religious values to national and international affairs. Jack was executive secretary of the Chicago Council Against Racial and Religious Discrimination (1943-1948), executive director of SANE (1960-1964), and secretary general of the World Conference on Religion and Peace (1970-1983). He had been minister of churches in Lawrence, Kansas (1942-1943), Evanston, Illinois (1948-1959), and Winnetka, Illinois (1984-1987) and served as director of the Division of Social Responsibility of the Unitarian Universalist Association (1964-1970). Jack served as Secretary General of the World Conference on Religion and Peace from 1970 until 1983 when he became Secretary-General Emeritus. From Januaryuary 1984 to Januaryuary 1987 he served as Minister of the Lake Shore Unitarian Universalist Society in Winnetka, Illinois. In November 1983, Homer Jack received a Pomerance Award for his incomparable work in expressing concern on disarmament, peace, and human rights issues for non-governmental organizations at the United Nations. The Pomerance Awards, presented by the NGO Committee on Disarmament (at United Nations Headquarters) for outstanding contributions to the field of disarmament, were created in 1982 in memory of Josephine Pomerance whose papers are also in SCPC. In April 1984, Homer Jack was awarded the second Niwano Peace Prize by the Niwano Peace Foundation in Tokyo, Japan. This prize honors persons or groups who have performed distinguished service in the promotion of world peace through inter-religious cooperation.

Homer Jack married his second wife, Ingeborg Kind, in June 1972. One of his step-daughters, Renate Belck, worked for several years as his secretary at the World Conference on Religion and Peace in New York. He has two children (Alex Jack and Lucy Jack Williams) from his first marriage, and two grandchildren.

Homer Jack "retired" to Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, in January 1987. He published a history of the World Conference on Religion and Peace in 1993. He continued to be active in various peace and human rights organizations, speaking and traveling frequently. Homer Jack died of cancer in 1993.

Collection Overview
See DG 063 Homer A. Jack Papers (processed collection) for full description of the Jack Papers


Arrangement of Collection
The later accessions of the papers of Homer A. Jack have been added to DG 063 after the majority of the collection was processed. These later accessions remain unprocessed, but temporary finding aids are available. This material remains organized by accession and in the manner in which it was donated.



Detailed Description of the Collection

Acc. 86A-054
Acc. 87A-152
Acc. 90A-121
Acc. 90A-127
Acc. 91A-057
Acc. 91A-081
Acc. 91A-126
Acc. 91A-127
Acc. 94A-035
Acc. 94A-056
Acc. 03A-082
Acc. 08A-031
Acc. 08A-049




Acc. 86A-054
Box 1 [Lake Shore Unitarian Universalist Society: Winnetka, 1984-1987]
Letter of Agreement, 1983 (November 7)
Reports, schedules, attendance, 1985-1987 (found with correspondences)
"Commentaries and Columns by Homer A. Jack, 1984"
Sunday Services, 1984-1987 (but not texts of sermons)
Orders of Service, 1983-1987
Church Newsletters, 1984-1987
Censorship of Homer Jack by Cook

Box 2 [Niwana Peace Prize, 1984 Lecture Trip to California, (October)] [Acc. 86A-054]
Niwano Peace Prize Awarded to Homer Jack, 1984
Niwano Peace Prize, 1984 speeches by Homer Jack
Niwano Peace Prize, 1984 correspondences
Niwano Peace Prize, 1984 clippings
Niwano Peace Prize trip to Japan 1984 (April)
Lecture Trip to California 1984 (October)

1987 accessions
Box 3 [Organizational work, Chicago, circa 1984-1986]
International Conference on the Relationship Between Disarmament and Development UN, 1987 (August-September) correspondences and notes of Homer Jack
UN reports on disarmament and development , 1986-1987
Non-Govermental Organizations Conference on the Relationship Between Disarmament and Development Stockholm, 1987 (May)
Conference documents - Reports, statements, etcetera
Conference documents - written statements from Non-Govermental Organizations
Non-Governmental Organization observers
Non-Governmental Organization statements

1987 and 1988 accessions
Box 4
Statements by countries
UN Press Releases
Articles and clippings
For CDG-A/CDG-B

Acc. 87A-152
Box 5 [Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, 1983-1988]
Albert Schweitzer Fellowship 1985
Albert Schweitzer Fellowship 1983-1988
1988 Schweitzer Conference
Information about Schweitzer circla 1976-1989

Ambiguous accessions
Box 6 [International Conference on the Relationship Between Disarmament and Development, UN, 1987 (August-September)]
Third special session on disarmament Homer A. Jack writings
Third special session on disarmament general UN disarmament publications
Third special session on disarmament preparatory committee
Third special session on disarmament UN reports to conference
Third special session on disarmament position papers
Third special session on disarmament miscellaneous

Box 7 [International Conference on the Relationship Between Disarmament and Development, UN, 1987 (August-September)]
Third special session on disarmament concluding documents
Third special session on disarmament articles and evaluation afterwards
Third special session on disarmament Non-Governmental Organization statements to session

Box 8 [International Conference on the Relationship Between Disarmament and Development, UN, 1987 (August-September)]
Committee Whole Verbatim

Later accessions
Box 9
Anti-Satellite Pact 1983-1987
Chemical weapons 1981-1983
Deterrence 1984-1985
Freeze 1985-1986 (1982-1987)
MX 1979-1983
UN military budgets 1980-1984
New European groups 1982-1984

Box 10
No First Use 1982
Nuclear weapon free zones 1984-1986
Nuclear winter 1983-1987
Reykjavik summit conference 1986-1987
Soviet-American relations 1981-1987
Test ban 1984-1986
UN Committee on Disarmament Conference 1981, 1984

Box 11
UN Disarmament Commission 1978-1982
UN Second Special Session on Disarmament 1981-1982
UN Disarmament Studies 1962-1985
UN Disarmament Studies 1981-1982
UN World Disarmament Conference 1972-1982
World Peace Council 1983-1987
US policy 1983-1986

Box 12
SANE/Freeze convention Cleveland, 1987 (November) [Acc. 88A-001]
Citizen Action To Bridge the Gap Chicago 1987 (May)
Bota (Alexandra)
Minns lectures background material #2l, 1957-1965 (1987)
Pendle Hill, 1987 (autumn) Homer Jack and faculty [88A-075]
Delaware County Peace Center 1987-1988 [Acc. 88A-077]
Farmer and Rostin [Acc. 89A-44]

Box 13
Minns Background material #1 1945-1955 (1987) [Acc. 88A-001]
Schweitzer Mss. correspondences, 1984-1986
Minns attack on Jack 1985
Minns lectures correspondences 1985-1987
Woodstock, Vermont 1986 [Acc. 87A-039]
Project involving William Lloyd family, 1986 [Acc. 87A-152]
Inamullah Kahn nomination for Templeton Prize, 1986

Box 14
Harvard speech 1985 [no acc. listed]
Meadville course fall 1985 [Acc. 87A-039]
Philosofest 1985 (October) [Acc. 87A-029]
Jack arrest 1985 (July) [Acc. 87A-028]
Mission Mss.and correspondences 1985
North American I.A.R.P. 1984-1986 [Acc. 87A-053]

Box 15
Winnetka Clergy, Minutes 1985 (September) - 1986 (May) [Acc. 87A-152]
Chicago Area Liberal Ministers (CALM) 1984-1986 [Acc. 87A-028]
Unitarian Universalist Peace Network Chicago 1985 [Acc. 87A-035]
10th Congressional District Nuclear Freeze 1984-1987 [Acc. 87A-043]
10th Congressional District Nuclear Freeze 1985-1987 [Acc. 87A-052]
Illinois Freeze 1985-1986 [2 folders] [Acc. 87A-036]

Box 16
National Freeze and Freeze Conventions 1985-1986 [Acc. 87A-043]
National Freeze 1985-1987 [Acc. 87A-052]
"Toward Freedom" 1984-1986
Clergy and Laity concerned Chicago 1985-1987
North Shore Peace Initiative 1984-1987

Box 17
Amnesty International, group 304 Winnetka, Illinois 1984-1987 [Acc. 87A-052]
North Shore Interfaith Housing Council 1984-1986 [Acc. 87A-053]
North Shore Community Housing Resource Board 1986
North Suburban Housing Center 1986
United Nations Association / Illinois 1985-1986
Peace Awareness Committee Winnetka 1984-1986

Acc. 91A-081
Box 18
Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, 1989
Schweitzer colloquium, UN, 1990
Niwano statement on Gulf Crisis, 1990
Comprehensive Test Ban, 1990
Key West, 1990
Geneva, 1990
International Assocation for Religious Freedom Congress, Hamburg, 1990

Acc. 91A-127
Box 19 [Amendment Conference of the States -- Parties to the Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons Tests in the Atmosphere, in Outer Space, and Under Water. UN, 1991 (January)]
General debate
Press releases
Official documents
Miscellaneous
Non-Governmental Organization materials (not speeches)

Acc. 91A-126
Box 20 [Gulf War]
Churches
Unitarian Universalists
Ceasefire [2 folders]
Deadline
Roger Fischer
Lessons
Delaware County
Miscellaneous

[Acc. 90A-127]
Box 21 [Disarmament - Non-proliferation treaty, review conference, Geneva 1990 (September)]
Committees
Official documents
Miscellaneous [3 folders]

Box 22 [Dana McLean Greeley Foundation circa 1985-1989] [Acc. 90A-127]
1988
1989
Supplements

Box 23 [Disarmament: Amendment Conference to Partial Test Ban Treaty] [Acc. 90A-127]
Exchange of views
Miscellaneous

Acc. 91A-057
Box 24 [Media Fellowship House Delaware County Peace Center Brethren Press Toward Freedom, etcetera circa 1987-1990]
Rossides
Fellowship Media House
King Coalition 1990
Delaware County Peace Center 1988
Schweitzer - Russell 1980
Brethren Press 1987-1990
UN documents, 1980
Toward Freedom

Box 25 [Acc. 91A-057]
Correspondence with John Taylor, World Conference on Religion and Peace 1984-1987
William Sloane Coffin visit to Swarthmore, 1989 (December 10)

Acc. 90A-121
Box 26 [Dana McLean Greeley Foundation circa 1985-1989]
By-Laws
Executive Committee
Finances
Board
1985
1986
1987


Acc. 94A-035
Box 1 [Acc. 94A-035]
Homer A. Jack writings
Miscellaneous manuscripts
Disarmament, 1990 -1991 (H.A.J. writings)
Middle East, 1991 - 1992
Greenpeace report on the Gulf War, 1991 and H.A.J. notes
"A New Agenda for the Old Peace Movement," May 1992
Bosnia, 1992 [two folders]
Clippings re: Bosnia
Order form for The Minns Lectures, 1987
Incomplete Article on Gulf War by H.A.J. [two folders]

Box 2 [Acc. 94A-035]
H.A.J. writing circa 1991, pages 6-7 (incomplete)
Community reception for H.A.J., 1993 (March)
Martin Luther King, Jr. manuscript by H.A.J. (in German)
Urban poverty and economic development, 1991 - 1992
World Conference on Religion and Peace: Women's meeting, 1990 - 1991
Unitarian Universalist Association, 1993
Teaching in a Nuclear Age
Humanitarian intervention by UN, 1990 - 1991
UN Security Council: General's report on Agenda for Peace, 1992
H.A.J. writings and UN documents circa 1991


Box 3 [Acc. 94A-035]
UN restructuring, 1990 - 1992
Middle East arms, 1990 - 1991
Disarmament, 1991 - 1992
Clippings
UN Disarmament Commission, 1993
NGO disarmament conference, April 1993
Alfonso Garcia Robles

Box 4 [Acc. 94A-035]
Founding of SANE
CORE re: history
The Greeley Foundation, 1990 [five folders]

Box 5 [Acc. 94A-035]
The Greeley Foundation, 1991 [three folders]
The Greeley Foundation, 1992 - 1993 [three folders]
The Greeley Foundation, 1993

Box 6 [Acc. 94A-035]
Working group on Albert Schweitzer and Africa, 1988 - 1991
Working group on Albert Schweitzer and Africa, 1992 - 1993
Albert Schweitzer/Africa masters
Working group on Albert Schweitzer and Africa, 1991 - 1993
Albert Schweitzer/Africa

Box 7 [Acc. 94A-035]
Material about WCRP: A History of The World Conference on Religion and Peace

Box 8 [Acc. 94A-035]
Manuscript of WCRP: A History of The World Conference on Religion and Peace, May 1991 (before editorial work)


Acc. 94A-056
Box 1
20/20
Diversity
NGO Committee on Disarmament
Pendle Hill
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Jobs with Peace
Unitiversalist Unitarian denominational

Box 2 [Acc. 94A-056]
Material for autobiography (never completed - rest of material went to Alex Jack)
Contents
Introduction
U.U. Ministry
Denominational Official
Disarmament S.
Multireligious NGO
Disarmament Activist
Socialism/Communism
The United Nations
Africa
Martin Luther King Jr.
Still Others
The Retirement Years
Footnotes to History
Letterheads
Autobiography on Disks
Miscellaneous
Notes/Additons/Swarthmore Peace Collection
Selma
Homer A. Jack Autobiography
[Folder 1]

Box 3 [Acc. 94A-056]
Homer A. Jack Autobiography [Folder 2]
Reprint Originals,1991 [2 boxes]
Prayers
Unitarianism
Thanksgiving
Marriages


Box 4 [Acc. 94A-056]
Easter [2 folders]
General Quotations
Readings
Liberalism
Festival of Lights
Christmas

Box 5 [Acc. 94A-056]
Substantive issues, continued.: (not every folder is listed)
Christmas [2 boxes]
United Nations Sermons
Palestinians
Middle East
World Conference on Religion and Peace, 1991

Box 6 [Acc. 94A-056]
Correspondence, speeches, reprints
World Conference on Religion and Peace/International, 1992
World Conference on Religion and Peace/ United States, 1992
World Conference on Religion and Peace/International, 1993
World Conference on Religion and Peace/United States, 1993
Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
International Association for Religious Freedom/United States, 1993
Unitarian Universalist International
Unitarian Universalist Association Presidency
Biblography/Miscellany


Box 7 [Acc. 94A-056]
Albert Sshweitzer Institiute-Robles
Niwano Manuscripts
Japan Manuscripts, 1990
Japan, 1991
Bajaj Foundation
Bajaj Congratulations
India Speeches, 1992
India 1992, general
India, 1985
Non-Governmental Organizations-Religious Discrimination, 1991
Non-Governmental Organizations-Religious Discriminationk, 1992

Box 8 [Acc. 94A-056]
The New Disarmament Agenda
Disarmament/Earth
Disarmament-Nuclear Arms Testing
Salzberg, 1991
Mulholland Correspondence
John Taylor
World Conference on Religion and Peace/UN Conference on Environment and Development
Asian Conference on Religion and Peace Newsletter

Box 9 [Acc. 94A-056]
Global Forum
Interfaith Organization Conference
Massacres [2 folders]
Moon's World Parliament
Moon 1992
Multi-religious Litterature
Niwano Foundation
Nobel Prize
Alternative Nobel Prizes
Non-Violence International

Box 10 [Acc. 94A-056]
Temple of Understanding
Templeton Foundation
Week of Prayer for World Peace
List of Books Read by Gandhi
1991 Sermons and Speaking
Race Relations
Environment and Development
Japan Sermons
Disarmament and Development
Disarmament and Religion [3 folders]
Disarmament Commission
Disarmament: Human Rights
SANE
Footnote to Nuclear Testing History
Unilateralism

Box 11 [Acc. 94A-056]
Unilateralism
Soviet Positions
Hiroshima [2 folders]
Federalism
Hunger
Japan
Peace Prayers
Non-Aligned Philosophy
Network
Peace Process

Box 12 [Acc. 94A-056]
Media Fellowship
Selma, 1965
Social Investment
Peacefund Canada
Helder Camara
Norman Cousins [2 folders]
Albert Schweitzer's letters to Adlai Stevenson
W.E.B. Dubois and Albert Schweitzer
Einstein, Albert
Einstein Course
Gandhi Miscellany

Box 13 [Acc. 94A-056]
Mahatma and the Bomb
Gandhi, Mohandas
Gandhi and the Afro-American Community
Dana Greeley [2 folders]

Box 14 [Acc. 94A-056]
Unitarian-Universalist Committee for the Dana Mclean Greeley Foundation
Khan, Inamullah
Nehru, Jawaharlal
Reeb, James
Schweitzer Study Course
Schweitzer Speeches
Mother Theresa Seminar
Tutu, Desmund
World Conference on Peace and Religion IV Proceedings

Box 15 [Acc. 94A-056]
Maria A. Lucker
Gotland, Sweden European Assembly of World Conference on Peace and Religion [2 folders]
Bluffton College Conference
1989 Reprints
Africa
Anti-Semitism
Bandung Meeting
China 1989
Environment and Religion

Box 16 [Acc. 94A-056]
Religion in China
Speeches-Disarmament
Lippincott, Margaret
Miscellaneous Speeches [3 folders]

Box 17 [Acc. 94A-056]
Homer A. Jack Disarmament Speeches
HAJ Speeches
Friends Journal, March 1990/Ware Lecture, 1966
HAJ Miscellany
Relatives
Used Autobiographical Material
Delco Committee for Peace & Justice in the Middle East, 1991-1992

Box 18 [Acc. 94A-056]
International Association for Religious Freedom 1992
Toward Freedom Convention 1988
Study Circles Resource Center, 1991
Tibet [2 folders]
United Nations [2 folders]

Box 19 [Acc. 94A-056]
United Nations
Unification Church [3 folders]
Buraku Liberation in Japan
Unitarianism 1980s

Box 20 [Acc. 94A-056]
After Gulf War and UN
Current Sermons 1987-
Unitarian Sermons
Sermons-1970s [3 folders]
Bible Sermons
Day of Prayer on Human Rights
HAJ Essay on Martin Luther King, Jr. in German

Box 21 [Acc. 94A-056]
Sermon on Personalitites
Marriages
HAJ Sermons on Theology
Sermons in Key West, FL 1990
Speeches 1980s-
Correspondence- W.E.B Dubois to Albert Schweitzer
Ayodhya Papers
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Box 22 [Acc. 94A-056]
Martin Luther King Jr. [2 folders]
Ayodhya [3 folders]
"A Sheaf of Papers on Selma, 1965, and James Reeb"
Bibliographies and Writings 1991-1992
HAJ Bibliogaphy, Sept. 1991

Box 23 [Acc. 94A-056]
Correspondence 1993
The Gandhi Century Nov. 1992
Japan Volume
Drafting UN Convention for Religious Freedom June 1991
World Conference on Religion and Peace Gulf War 1991
Miscellany Reprints 1990-1992
Essays on Human Rights 1992
Gulf War 1991
Martin Luther King Jr. Nobel reprints
Martin Luther King Jr. Nobel Manuscript

Box 24 [Acc. 94A-056]
Order Forms for Schweiter's Book
1893 World's Parliament of Religion (reprints 1991)
India Tour 1993
International Interfaith Organization Co-ordinating Committee
World's Parliament of Religion, Re-enactment
World's Parliament of Religion 1993 Correspondence
World's Parliament of Religion- Chicago, August 1993
1993 Miscellany
1893 Bangalore
1893 Japan
1893 Denominations
No Pagans or Heathens Manuscript
World's Parliament of Religions Articles (reprints)

Box 25 [Acc. 94A-056]
Miscellaneous Pamplet
World's Parliament of Religion General 1993
1993 Seager Manuscript
World's Parliament of Religions Early Materials 1893 Centenary
World's Parliament of Religions 1993 Chicago Coucil


NOTE [Eleanor Barr September 30, 1994]: Folder labels in this accession do not always reflect the contents of the folders because HAJ re-used the folders. Before bringing materials to the Peace Collection, HAJ often wrote a note describing the contents and inserted it in the front of the folder. These notes are usually more accurate than the folder labels. Some of the folders in this accession have such notes but many do not.

Acc. 03A-082
Box 1
Arun Gandhi
South Africa 1993
Signs of Hope Chester
Black Holocaust
King Seminar
King – Personal Encounters
King – Delco
M. L. K. Maple Shade Mss.
Selma M. L. King
Civil Rights, Georgia
Juliette Morgan
M. L. King Crozer Statue
Juliette Morgan
Church / Chester
Ministerium
Chester Peace / Racism
 
Box 2 [Acc. 03A-082]
[no label]
Gandhi Seminar
Bajaj – Gandhi Institutions
Gandhi
India
India 1993 I.A.R.F.
India
India
The Non-Aligned
Bangladesh / Pakistan
 
Box 3 [Acc. 03A-082]
[no label]
Bajaj – Publicity
“Gandhi” Bajaj Award, Trip to India 1988
Gandhi, Nobel Prize
CFB to Parents


Acc. 08A-031
Box 1
Visit of RKK Camera Crew, June 1988
Homer Jack, public relations
Second collection of essays/letters
Sermons
India
China
Homer Jack, reprints
Cuba
The World’s Parliament of Religion, 1893 -1993
Homer Jack, manuscripts 1980
United Nations Disarmament/Disarmament Times
Wars/Conflicts
Human Rights
Albert Schweitzer [2 folders]
World Conference on Religion and Peace
International Association for Religious Freedom
Compliments on book
Unitarian Universalist Assembly
Illustrations
E. Biographical Vignettes, unpublished
Parliament of World Religion
World Conference on Religion and Peace Ethics: Western Papers
U.S. policies
Interfaith/peace
World Conference on Religion and Peace

Box 2 [Acc. 08A-031]
Minutes of World Conference on Religion and Peace meeting of Exec. Committee
World Conference on Religion and Peace meetings
World Conference on Religion and Peace, planning and meeting minutes
World Conference on Religion and Peace, Assembly Six, July 1992—related materials
Homer Jack, reference file on politics
Homer Jack, special reports from Unitarian Universalist Assembly
Homer Jack, memos and writings for Unitarian Universalist Assembly , etc.

Box 3 [Acc. 08A-031]
Disarm
United Nations
Unitarian Universalist Assembly General Assembly Resolutions and Info.
South Asian Doctors’ Regional Conference
Miscellaneous
United Nations material

Box 4 [Acc. 08A-031]
United Nations material
Homer Jack, June 3, 1993 to August 5, 1993
Make copies
Homer Jack, get well
Memorial service for Homer Jack in Evanston, Winnetka
World Conference on Religion and Peace, Homer Jack’s death
Japan/Homer Jack faxes
Media UU memorial service
World Conference on Religion and Peace, United Nations church center memorial service
Swarthmore, March 21, 1993: honored by peace community

Box 5 [Acc. 08A-031]
India
Israel/Palestine
Counter-Insurgency and Tribal Peoples in the Philippines
Photocopies, Homer Jack
Memories
C.V.s, etc.
Quinces and mangoes
Disarmament United Nations
Humour
Unitarian
United Nations— United States
Miscellaneous
UU Arms Trade
Middle East Committee 1993
Iraq, 1990: file on Delco Committee for Peace and Justice in Mid. East
Iraq, history

Box 6 [Acc. 08A-031]
Iraq, Homer Jack
Reference materials
New World Order and the United Nations
Reference material
United Nations, Mid. East Peace/Israel Human Rights
United Nations, War/Peace
United Nations, Nuclear Weapons/War
Miscellaneous
Peace
Bibliography 1993
Reference materials

Box 7 [Acc. 08A-031]
Homer Jack—Unitarian Universalist Assembly /Sermons
Reference materials: Gulf War
Nonproliferation and disarmament
Death penalty report
Homer Jack and Herschel Halbert, World Conference on Religion and Peace preparers, the beginning of WCRP


Accession 08A-049A
Box 1 (of 1)
South Korea, 1979--Homer Jack trip and reference material
China, 1980--Homer Jack writing and reference material
Japan, 1984-1993--Homer Jack trips
India, 1988--Homer Jack trip and reference material
Awards to Homer Jack, 1979-1994



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