Swarthmore College Peace Collection

WIN Magazine Records: Photographs, 1956-1976, undated

Collection: DG 077


Contact Information
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 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
Unknown
Title
WIN Magazine Records: Photographs
Inclusive Dates
1956-1976
Call Number
DG 077

Language of Materials
Materials in English

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
None
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of WIN Magazine, War Resisters League, April 16, 1973 (acc. 73A-158)
Processing Information
Processed by donating organization/s and by SCPC staff.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the WIN Magazine Records (DG 077), 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
WIN Magazine (DG 077)

Historical Background
WIN Magazine was published from January 1966 until October 1983; begun by the New York Workshop in Nonviolence; sponsorship was taken over in September 1966 by the Committee for Nonviolent Action (CNVA); CNVA merged with the War Resisters League in the fall of 1967 which then assumed financial responsibility for the magazine but did not directly control its editorial board or staff.

Collection Overview
This collection includes photographs, contact prints, and negatives, donated as "photographs and negatives used and rejected by WIN Magazine."

When the collection was processed in 1991, it was found that much work had already been done, presumably by someone at WIN or WRL before the collection was sent to the SCPC. Many photos had been put into individual envelopes and labeled. But many were still in titled folders without separate envelopes, though each was described and dated on the back. The information found on these photographs was left unchanged. The same subject can be found in several places, as described in the checklist below. Subjects are in chronological order within each size of box. There is often both an additional description of a photograph on the back of it and a photo credit. It was not possible to transcribe all this information to the outside of each envelope.

In October 2006, a large box of negative strips from WIN was found in the Oversized Photographs Collection. These were reboxed and housed with the 8"x10" photographs from WIN. They document demonstrations/marches/events and individuals of CNVA (and a small portion, at the end, of the World Peace Brigade).

In April 2007, many of the smaller photographs, formerly in boxes 23-49, were housed in new, longer boxes and re-numbered 23-29. This conversion is noted in the chart below. Boxes 1-22 are 8"x10"; boxes 23-25 are 5"x7"; and, boxes 26-29 are 4"x5". There is also one box of photos in the Oversized Photographs Collection.




Detailed Description of the Collection

Subjects in chronological order

Box/es

Mercury Protest (Nevada), 1957

23, 26 [formerly 28]

Bradford Lyttle, 1956, 1961, undated

1, 29 [formerly 48]

Golden Rule, 1958

1, 23, 26 [formerly 28]

Omaha Action, 1959

1, 23, 26 [formerly 29-31]

CNVA conference, April 17, 1960

23, 26-27 [formerly 33]

Chemical weapons demonstration, Edgewood (MD) to Washington (DC), April 1960

1, 23, 26 [formerly 32], 26-27 [formerly 33]

CNVA Khruschev picket at UN and Balatiken fast, September 1960

1

Polaris Action, 1960

1, 23, 26-27 [formerly 33]

San Francisco-Moscow Walk, 1961

United States
1-2, 26-27 [formerly 33], 27 [formerly 34-35]
England
1-2, 23, 27 [formerly 35]
France
2
Belgium
2, 23 [formerly 24], 27 [formerly 35-36]
East Germany, West Germany
2, 23 [formerly 24], 27 [formerly [36-37]
Poland, Russia
2-3, 23 [formerly 24], 27 [formerly 37]

After Soviet resumption of tests, Fall 1961

4

Atomic Energy Commission Sit-Down, January 30, 1962

4, 23 [formerly 24], 27 [formerly 38]

Appeal for No Testing, January-February 1962?

4, 23 [formerly 24], 27 [formerly 38]

Times Square, March 3, 1962?

4, 23 [formerly 24], 27 [formerly 38]

Atomic Energy Commission Sitdown, March. 5, 1962

4, 23 [formerly 24], 27 [formerly 38-39]

N.E. CNVA Walk, Hanover to Washington D.C., May 29, 1962?

27 [formerly 38-39]

Polaris Action - CNVA poster, Spring 1962

23 [formerly 24], 27 [formerly 38]

Chicago to Washington Walk - CNVA, Spring 1962

4

Nashville to Washington Walk?, Spring 1962

5, 23 [formerly 24], 27 [formerly 39], 28 [formerly 40]

Everyman I - CNVA, 1962

5

Washington D.C., June 18-22, 1962

5, 23 [formerly 24]

Everyman II, June 30, 1962

5

Women in 12-hour Hiroshima vigil, August. 6, 1962

5

Everyman III, September 1962

5, 25, 28 [formerly 40-41]

Miscellaneous, 1961-1962

5, 27 [formerly 38]

Miscellaneous, 1962-1964

28 [formerly 41]

Subjects in chronological order

Box/es

Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk

 
Concerning Cuba, May 1963
5, 28 [formerly 41]
Rome (New York), July 6, 1963
5, 28 [formerly 42]
Cuba demonstration, September 1963
28 [formerly 42]
"Spirit of Freedom," 1963
10, 23 [formerly 25], 28 [formerly 41]
Miscellaneous, 1963
28 [formerly 42-43]
Miscellaneous
10, 23 [formerly 25]
Contact prints
6-8
Negatives of contact prints
9
Albany (GA), Feb. 1964
10, 24 [formerly 26], 28 [formelry 44]
Jacksonville (FL), April 19, ____
24 [formerly 26]

John Salter (teacher at Tougaloo College) after demonstration where his head was bloodied (by police?), June 13, 1963

5

Delhi-Moscow-Washington Walk for Peace, September 1963

10, 23 [formerly 25], 28 [formerly 43]

Delhi-Peking Walk, 1963

10, 23 [formerly 25], 28 [formerly 43]

Voluntown CNVA: John Stephens demonstration, February 1964

10, 28 [formelry 44]
CNVA West: miscellaneous & unidentified, 1962-1964; April 15, 1964
10, 28 [formelry 44]

Break-in at CNVA, ca. July 1964

10

Democratic National Convention, September. 25, 1964

10, 28 [formelry 44]

Vietnam demonstration, Washington Square Park, New York (New York) [also called New York City Anti-Vietnam demonstration], December 19, 1964

10, 24 [formerly 26], 28 [formelry 44]

Hiroshima Day, New York (New York), 1964

28 [formelry 44]

Miscellaneous, 1964

24 [formerly 26]

CNVA West, March 19, 1965

10, 24 [formerly 26], 28 [formelry 44]

Pentagon Speak-Out, June 16, 1965

10, 24 [formerly 26], 28 [formelry 44], 29 [formerly 45]

CNVA Assembly of Unrepresented Peoples, August 6-9, 1965

11, 24 [formerly 26], 29 [formerly 45]

Anti-Police demonstration, August 22, 1965

11

Siit-Down at Armed Forces Induction (& Dave Miller arrest), Whitehall, New York (New York), September 1965

11, 29 [formerly 46]

Union Square, November 6, 1965

11

Prisoners for Peace demonstration, December 1, 1965

11, 29 [formerly 46]

Christmas Eve demonstration, New York (New York), December 24, 1965

11

Vertol demonstration, Morton (Pennsylvania), December 1965

11, 24 [formerly 26]

CNVA: unidentified, 1965?

11

Miscellaneous, 1965; undated

11, 24 [formerly 26], 29 [formerly 46]

Vietnam: miscellaneous, 1965-1967

11, 24 [formerly 26]

Dean Rusk picket, early 1965

12

Fifth Ave. Parade, March 24 [formerly 26], 1966

24 [formerly 26], oversized [formerly 50]

Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), July 4, 1966

12

Dow Chemical demonstration, Midland (Michigan), May 8, 1968

29 [formerly 48]

Peace March, August 6, 1966

12

Times Square, October 9, 1966

12, 24 [formerly 26]

Vietnam demonstrations, December 1966

12,24 [formerly 26]

Other demonstrations, 1966?

12

Miscellaneous, 1966?

12, 24 [formerly 26]

Subjects in chronological order

Box/es

World Opinion Day, January 1967

29 [formerly 46]

Albuquerque (NM), March 7, 1967

29 [formerly 46]

Boston-Pentagon Walk, March 25-April __, 1967

12-13, 29 [formerly 46]

Sheeps Meadow (New York), April 15, 1967

13, 24 [formerly 26]

Montreal Rally, April 28, 1967

29 [formerly 47]

Walk to Expo, August 1967

24 [formerly 26], 29 [formerly 47]

Pentagon, October 21, 1967

13, 29 [formerly 47]
Demonstration at the Washington Monument, Washington, D.C. October 1967[?] 29
Anti-Draft Demonstratin, New York, New York, October 1967 [?] [one photo includes Carl Edelman] 29

New York Hilton, November 1967

13
Times Square, New York, November 1967 [?] 13

Stop the Draft Week, December 1967

13, oversized [formerly 50]

Anti-Bob Hope demonstration, Madison Square Garden, 1967

13

Anti-Title fight, Madison Square Garden, 1967

13

Independence Hall, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1967?

13

Miscellaneous, 1967

13, 29

Joe Kearn's induction, January 3, 1968

14

Town Hall Resist, January 14, 1968

14

Matt Clark Day, January 14, 1968

14

Town Hall Resist, Manhattan Center, January 29, 1968

14

Tax demonstration, Washington (DC), March 15, 1968

14, 29 [formerly 47-48]

Philadelphia (Pennsylvania): miscellaneous demonstrations, April 8, 1968

14

Yippies, April 14, 1968

14, 24-25 [formerly 27]
Washington Square, April 24-25 [formerly 27], 1968 14

Peace demonstrations and parade, New York (New York), April 24-25 [formerly 27], 1968

14

Yip-In, Grand Central Station, Washington. Square, New York (New York), April 24-25 [formerly 27], 1968, & other dates [includes miscellaneous material]

14, 24-25 [formerly 27]
Miscellaneous, April 1968 29 [formerly 48]

SDS Springer demonstration, Rockefeller Center

15, 24-25 [formerly 27]

Subjects in chronological order

Box/es

CNVA: miscellaneous negatives, May 17, 1968; 1970; undated

15

Miscellaneous, April 1968

29 [formerly 48]

Dow Chemical demonstration, Midland (Michigan), May 8, 1968

29 [formerly 48]

Poor Peoples Campaign, May 1968

15, 29 [formerly 48]

Consolidated Edison Black Mask demonstration, Spring, 1968

15

Columbia Strike?, Spring 1968

15

Resistance meeting / Easter Sunday Yip-Iut, Central Park, New York (New York), Spring 1968

15

Democratic National Convention, Chicago (Illinois), August 1968

15

Yippie picnic, September 1968

15

Visitation, Allenwood (Pennsylvania), December 21, 1968

15

National War Resisters League Conference, Denver (Colorado), 1968

15

University demonstration, 1968, undated

15

Miscellaneous, 1968

15, 24-25 [formerly 27], 29 [formerly 48]

Resistance & Renewal, April 5-6, 1969

15, 24-25 [formerly 27], oversized [formerly 50]

Panther [Black Panther?] demonstration, April 11, 1969

16

GIs protesting Vietnam war, April 1969

29 [formerly 48]

Women Against Daddy Warbucks, July 1969 29 [formerly 43]

Central Park, New York (New York), demonstration August 9, 1969

16, 29 [formerly 48]

American Exposition Rock Festival, White Lake (New York), August 15, 1969

16

March on Fort Dix, October 12, 1969

16

Moratorium, New York, New York, October 15, 1969

16

March against death, Washington (DC), November 15, 1969

24-25 [formerly 27], 29 [formerly 48]

Draft card burning, Manhasset, Long Island, New York (New York), November 28, 1969

16

Waldorf Hotel, New York[?] (New York), December 6, 1969

16

Quakers reading names of war dead at Pentagon, 1969

16

Tax demonstrations, 1969; undated

16

Miscellaneous, 1969

16, 24-25 [formerly 27], 29 [formerly 48]

Free the New York Panthers demonstration, 1969, 1970?

17, 24-25 [formerly 27]

Stop the Draft Week, December 1967; March 1970

17

IRS demonstrations: New York (New York); Baltimore (MD); Panama, April 15, 1970

17, 24-25 [formerly 27], 29 [formerly 48]

New Mobe student strike, Washington (DC), May 9, 1970

17

Panther Plenary, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), September 1970

17, 29 [formerly 48]

CNVA: unidentified, 1970; undated

17

May Day, April-May 1971

18, 24-25 [formerly 27]

Friends of Resisters: miscellaneous, 1971

18, 24-25 [formerly 27]

Miscellaneous, 1972

18

Gonzalo Arias & Barry Stoyal, May 1975

29 [formerly 48]

Pro-Choice demonstration, 1976

18, 24-25 [formerly 27]

Subjects in chronological order

Box/es

The Resistance, Ann Arbor (Michigan), undated

18, 24-25 [formerly 27]

Volunteers at Resistance office, undated

29 [formerly 49]

Black draft resistance, undated

18

Racial issues, undated

18, 24-25 [formerly 27]

L. Salzberg traitor, undated

18

Wallace for President pickets, Carnegie Hall, New York (New York), undated

18

Young Lords, undated

18

Port Chicago, undated

18

Indian rights: Tom Fox at Alcatraz (California), undated

18

Demostration, San Francisco (California), April 3?, ____

18

Demonstrations re: Vietnam war, undated

18, 29 [formerly 48]

New Left Notes (NLN), undated

24-25 [formerly 27]

Miscellaneous peace movement people, undated

19, 24-25 [formerly 27],29 [formerly 49]

New York resistance, undated

19

CNVA "non-cooperator," undated

24-25 [formerly 27]

Soldier effigy with real guts, undated

24-25 [formerly 27]

Donna Bowden & Bradford Lyttle, undated

29 [formerly 49]

Grand Central Station, New York (New York), undated

29 [formerly 49]

Greek demonstration against Vietnam war, undated

29 [formerly 49]

Hiroshi Ozeki (WRL leader), undated

29 [formerly 49]

Miscellaneous; unidentified, undated

20-22, 24-25 [formerly 27], 29 [formerly 49], oversized [formerly 50]




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