Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Women Strike for Peace Records, 1961-1996

Collection: DG 115

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Descriptive Summary
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers/records.
Women Strike for Peace
Women Strike for Peace Records
Inclusive Dates
Call Number
DG 115

Language of Materials
Materials in English
45 linear feet [papers only] [approximate]
Women Strike for Peace came into existence on November 1, 1961, as a protest against atmospheric nuclear tests by the U.S. and the Soviet Union. WSP educated and organized for peace and disarmament; distributed facts on radiation and lobbied Congress as well as U.N. Disarmament Conferences in Geneva. WSP was among the first groups to demonstrate against the U.S. involvement in Vietnam. In the 1970s and 1980s it was a natural progression for WSP to become involved in opposing U.S. intervention in Central America, and campaigning against the militarization of space. and were in the forefront of the Nuclear Freeze campaigns which swept the U.S. in the 1980s. By the late 1980s the national WSP office in Philadelphia closed, but the WSP legislative office and various WSP branches around the U.S. remained active through the 1990s.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
Usage Restrictions
Alternate Form of Material
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Donna Allen, Evelyn Alloy, Barbara J. Balaban, Pam Block, Eve B. Carlson, Mary Clarke, Robert Claus, Jean B. Gaede, Hazel Grossman, Rose Hausman, Amy Swerdlow, Phyllis Schmidt, Jean Shulman, Ethel Taylor, Irma Zigas, Women Strike for Peace: National, Southern California, Los Angeles, East Bay [California], , Washington, D.C., Main Line [Pennsylvania], Nassau County, Great Neck, and New York, New York.
1978 [Acc. 78A-018, Acc. 78A-020];
1979 [Acc. 79A-071];
1980 [Acc. 80A-091, Acc. 80A-099];
1981 [Acc. 81A-013, Acc. 81A-029, Acc. 81A-059, Acc. 81A-074, Acc. 81A-077, Acc. 81A-113, Acc. 81A-116, Acc. 81A-118, Acc. 81A-122] ;
1982 [Acc. 82A-087, Acc. 82A-110, Acc. 82A-129, Acc. 82A-133];
1983 [Acc. 83A-014, Acc. 83A-047, Acc. 83A-087] ;
1984 [Acc. 84A-014, Acc. 84A-028, Acc. 84A-032, Acc. 84A-034];
1985 [Acc. 85A-070, Acc. 85A-084, Acc. 85A-124, Acc. 85A-135];
1986 [Acc. 86A-016];
1987 [Acc. 87A-023, Acc 87A-113, Acc 87A-120];
1988 [Acc. 88A-033];
1989 [Acc. 89A-024, Acc. 89A-026, Acc. 89A-068, Acc. 89A-072, Acc. 89A-098]
1990 [Acc. 90A-015, Acc. 90A-022, Acc. 90A-028, Acc. 90A-043, Acc. 90A-056, Acc. 90A-060, Acc. 90A-063]
1991 [Acc. 91A-018, Acc. 91A-033, Acc. 91A-084, Acc. 91A-107]
1992 [Acc. 92A-038, Acc. 92A-046, Acc. 92A-071, Acc. 92A-106, Acc. 92A-112, Acc. 92A-113, Acc. 92A-118]
1993 [Acc. 93A-008, Acc. 93A-035]
1994 [Acc. 94A-005, Acc. 94A-032, Acc. 94A-051, Acc. 94A-074]
1996 [Acc. 96A-012, Acc. 96A-040, Acc. 96A-047, Acc. 96A-061]
1998 [Acc. 98A-002, Acc. 98A-088, Acc. 98A-089
1999 [Acc. 99A-048]
2001 [Acc. 01A-005, Acc. 01A-040]
2008 [Acc. 08A-033]
2009 [Acc. 09A-017]
2010 [Acc. 10A-076]
2013 [Acc. 2013-050, Dagmar Wilson Papers]
Processing Information.
Processed by Swarthmore College Peace Collection staff, 1989, finding aid revised 1999 by Wendy E. Chmielewski; this version of finding aid by Wendy E. Chmielewski, September 2012. Accessions received after 1989 remain unprocessed.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Women Strike for Peace Records (DG 115), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright has been transferred to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. Rights to some items in the collection may have been retained by the creators/authors (or their descendants), as stipulated by United States copyright law. Please contact the Swarthmore College Peace Collection Curator for further information.

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

Related Collections
Dorothy Marder Collection (DG 233)
Ethel Taylor Collected Papers (CDG-A)

Cora Weiss Papers (DG 222)

Historical Background
At its first national conference in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1962, Women Strike for Peace adopted the following declaration: "We are women of all races, creeds and political persuasions. We are dedicated to the purpose of general and complete disarmament. We demand that nuclear tests be banned forever, that the arms race end and the world abolish all weapons of destruction under United Nations safeguards. We cherish the Historical Introduction right and accept the responsibility to act to influence the course of government for peace. We join with women throughout the world to challenge the right of any nation or group of nations to hold the power of life and death over the world."

In a 1984 statement, WSP describes its own history thus: "We came into existence on November 1, 1961, as a protest against atmospheric nuclear tests by the U.S. and the Soviet Union which were poisoning the air and our children's food. That year 100,000 women from 60 cities came out of kitchens and jobs to demand: END THE ARMS RACE - NOT THE HUMAN RACE, and WSP was born. "...In the following years WSP educated and organized for peace and disarmament; distributed facts on radiation to Congress through Lobby-by-Proxy campaigns, and to the public wherever people congregated. WSP women lobbied Congress as well as U.N. Disarmament Conferences in Geneva. WSP demonstrated at the nuclear bomb testing site in Las Vegas, warning of the consequences of above ground tests of nuclear weapons. In the early 1960s the House Un-American Activities Committee subpoenaed 20 WSP women, and they made a laughing stock of HUAC, helping to start it on the road to its eventual demise. WSP played a major role in the passage of the Limited Test Ban Treaty in 1963. WSP was among the first groups to demonstrate against the U.S. involvement in Vietnam. When NATO countries met at The Hague to create the Multilateral Nuclear Fleet, WSP initiated an international conference and 1200 women from 14 NATO countries demonstrated against the MFL.

During the Vietnam War years, WSP established a Draft Counseling Service, organized a historical meeting at Djakarta of WSP and Vietnamese women, and sent a delegation to Hanoi which resulted in opening communications between POWs and their families. In the 1970s and 1980s it was a natural progression for WSP to become involved in opposing U.S. intervention in Central America, and campaigning against the militarization of space. "We undertook a drive against the new weapons which sprouted up much faster than arms control agreements. We fought against the proposed ABM system and together with other peace organizations brought it to a standstill. During the International Year of the Child in 1979,WSP initiated the campaign: Proposition #1 - A Peoples Referendum for Survival, and delivered over a hundred thousand signatures to the White House after a huge rally. WSP women all over the country were in the forefront of the Nuclear Freeze campaigns which swept the U.S. in the 1980s. "In the spring of '84, WSP sent a delegation to the Prime Ministers of the Netherlands and Belgium, urging those countries to refuse to place U.S. missiles on their soil. We initiated a nationwide educational campaign to expose the Reagan Administration's Defense Guidance Plan which envisions fighting, surviving and even winning a nuclear war.

WSPers have not only worked for ERA but have participated in the electoral politics on all government levels...." Sometimes called WISP (Women's International Strike for Peace) or Women for Peace, Women Strike for Peace functions primarily at the local level. A National Board, was located in Philadelphia by the 1980s. WSP interacted, throughout its history, with many other peace organizations. These include the Disarmament Working Group of the Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, the Peoples Coalition for Peace and Justice, the National Committee Against Repressive Legislation (NCaliforniaRL), the National Council for Universal and Unconditional Amnesty (NCUUA), Women Act for Disarmament which it co-sponsored with Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, the Campaign to Stop Government Spying, and the Indochina Peace Campaign, as well as larger organizations like SANE and the War Resisters League.

By the late 1980s the national WSP office in Philadelphia closed. The WSP legislative office and various WSP branches around the U.S. remained active through the 1990s.

Collection Overview
The records of Women Strike for Peace, the bulk of which were donated by Amy Swerdlow, a member of New York, New York WSP and former editor of its national bulletin MEMO, are predominantly from National WSP, New York (City) WSP and Southern California WSP. They contain minutes, flyers, mailings, position papers, news releases, correspondence, peace action and subject/reference files, newspaper clippings, films, posters, and photographs. Records from National WSP (1961-late 1980s) include the minutes of the National Steering Committee (1962-1970), the National Consultative Committee (1970- 1973), and the National Board (1988), annual conference material (1962-1983), documents describing the history of WSP, and literature (1961-date) it produced and disseminated.

There is correspondence collected by WSP leaders Dagmar Wilson and Ethel Taylor, as well as their speeches. There is also correspondence which was found unfiled which is called "general correspondence" in the checklist. Peace action files contain correspondence, WSP literature, and working documents about events initiated or participated in by WSP. The records of Southern California WSP contain its literature, both general and subject-related correspondence, and extensive files donated by Mary Clarke, some of which describe WSP work with amnesty during the Vietnam War. There are peace action files from San Francisco and East Bay Women for Peace as well as their literature. New York (City) WSP records include the minutes (1961-1971) of its Central Coordinating Committee, literature, and correspondence. Documents from the Long Island area of New York include a Great Neck WSP collection of literature (1962-1974), and the general files and draft files of Irma Zigas of the Nassau County WSP. There are smaller amounts of material from Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. WSPs as well as from other branches. Peace action and subject/reference files cover subjects and events of importance to WSP including, at a general level, disarmament, radiation contamination, amnesty, nuclear protest, the draft, Vietnam, and Indochina. More specifically, subject topics include WSP confrontation with the House Un-American Activities Committee (1962, 1965), trips by WSP members to the USSR and the Accra Assembly (1962), the Hague (1964), Djakarta (1965), WSP lobbying efforts against the MX missile and B-1 bomber, and organizations with whom it worked.

Many WSP periodicals including MEMO (1964-1973), LA Wisp (1962 1967; 1973- date), The Washington WSPer (1963-date), and the WSP Newsletter (1963-date) are housed with Retired Periodicals in Swarthmore College Peace Collection.

Correspondents include: Bella Abzug, Barbara Bick, Sally Bortz, Mary Clarke, Folly Fodor, Lorraine Gordon, Hazel Grossman, Frances W. Herring, Rita Handman, Kay Johnson, Vicki King, Janet N. Neuman, Ava Helen Pauling, Pat Reif, Phyllis Schmidt, Jean Shulman, Patricia Simon, Lynda Stein, Amy Swerdlow, Ethel Taylor, Edith Villastrigo, Dagmar Wilson, Trudi Young, and Irma Zigas.

Accessions received after 1989 remain unprocessed and are stored by accession number. These accessions include files of WSP offices around the U.S. and papers of individual WSP members. Please consult Swarthmore College Peace Collection staff for further information.

Items removed:
AV items

Arrangement of Collection
Processing of WSP records began in 1984 and was continued in 1989. Series A is the records of National WSP; Series B and C hold California and New York records respectively, and Series D contains the records of smaller branches, including Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia. Much WSP material was unsorted when it reached the Swarthmore College Peace Collection, but there were also files from its leaders and collections of subject-related correspondence. Hopefully, the provenance, or original order, of this latter material has been preserved. In arranging unsorted material, similar documents, such as minutes, literature, correspondence, etc., were placed together. Chronological order was used throughout this collection, with the exception of files found in original alphabetical order. Correspondence is in chronological order by year and month, not by day. WSP literature is also together by address of origin. All newspaper clippings are in Series A although many describe events of WSP branches. Photographs, films, and posters are stored with other Swarthmore College Peace Collection audio-visual materials to promote better conservation. Periodicals can be found in the Retired Periodical section of Swarthmore College Peace Collection.

Much unfiled reference material was removed from the WSP records and relocated to other Swarthmore College Peace Collection collections. Accessions received after 1989 remain unprocessed, and may be located by accession number

Later Accessions

Acc. 90A-015
Acc. 90A-028
Acc. 92A-113
Acc. 92A-118
Acc. 94A-005
Acc. 94A-051

Acc. 96A-012
Acc. 96A-040
Acc. 97A-061
Acc. 98A-089
Acc. 01A-005
Acc. 01A-040
Acc. 10A-076
Acc. 2013-050
Unknown Accession [files from 1975]

Detailed Description of the Collection


Box 1
Minutes Steering Committee (1962-1970)
National Consultative Committee (with memoranda) (1970-1973)
National Board (1988-date)

Box 2
Steering Committee notices (1963-1967)
Memos to Contacts and Steering Committees (1962-1971)
Financial data (1962-1970)
Lists National Contacts (1961-1970)
International Contacts Committees/Regions/Projects
Miscellaneous documents describing WSP history, including: Washington WSP Retreat (October 5, 1968)

Box 3
National Conferences (1962-1983) (1984-date; none as of September 1989)
Miscellaneous Regional Conferences


Box 1
1961: 1413 29th St. N.W. and 7616 14th St. N.W.,Washington, D.C.
September 1961-October 1964: 1822 Massachusetts Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036

Box 2
October 1964-April 1967: 2016 P St., N.W. #32 Washington, D.C. 20036
May 1967-July 1970: 2140 P St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037
July 1970-1971: 637 W. 125th St., New York, N.Y. 10027

Box 3
December 1971-June 1973: 1 Union Square West, New York,
N.Y. 10003
July 1973-Summer 1989: 145 S. 13th St., Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19107

Box 4
Summer 1989-date: 1930 Chestnut St. #1509, Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19103)

Box 5
Committee and Clearing House literature
1962: Committee on Radiation, Washington, D.C.
1962-1964: Disarmament Committee: 1822 Massachusetts Ave.,
1964-1971: Legislative Committee, 2942 Macomb St.,
Washington, D.C. and other D.C. addresses
April 1975-August 1978: Legislative Action Committee,
120 Maryland Ave., N.E., Washington, D.C. 20002
1968-1971: National CBW Clearing House, 300 Pine St. Freeport, New York
1968-1973: National Anti-Draft Clearing House, 1363 Pine Ct.,. Meadow New York
1962-date: Newspaper clippings reproduced by WSP without address of origin
Unidentified literature
WSP periodicals: Lists of those found in Swarthmore College Peace Collection


Box 1
Collected correspondence
From Dagmar Wilson
Official letters (1961)
Austria (1962)
National Guardian (1962, 1963)
Re book manuscript (1963-1966)
Re New York Daily News editorial on the occasion of
Khrushcev's birthday (1964)
Invitations to speak, etc. (1964)
General correspondence (1965; 1967-1968)
St. Louis-Chicago tour (Fall 1967)
West Coast tour (November 1967)
Speaking engagements (1968)

From Ethel Taylor
Congressional Correspondence (1951-1972)
Vietnam (1968-1979)

Box 2
International correspondence
1961-1967 miscellaneous
Great Britain (1962 and 1963)
Japan (1965-1968)
From France on occasion of Women's International Day (1966, 1967)

Box 3

From France on occasion of Women's International Day (1968)
From France on cessation of bombing in Vietnam

Box 4
Branch correspondence
California (1965-1971)
Florida (1964)
Illinois (1968-1971)
Baltimore Maryland (1970)
Massachusetts (1964)
Michigan (1964-1966)
New England Voice of Women (1969-1970)
New Jersey (1970-1971)
New York (1968-1971)
Philadelphia Pennsylvania (1970)
Texas (1970)
Washington, D.C. (1966-1969
Washington (1965; 1968-1970)
Other states (1965-1971)
Canada, Voice of Women (1970-1973)

Box 5
Miscellaneous subject correspondence
With Linus Pauling (1962, 1963)
Re National Coordinator proposal (1963)
Comments on MEMO (1963-1969)
Crackpot letters and other points of view (1963, 1970)
National Women's Committee for Civil Rights (1963)
"Letters to Officials" (1963)
Irving F. Laucks (1963-1967)
About National Co-ordinating Committee meetings(1968-1970)
With legislators (1969)
To and from Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (1970-1971)
To National Legislative Office (1978)

Box 6
General correspondence
1961-September 1962

Box 7
October 1962-March 1963

Box 8
April 1963-October 1963

Box 9
November 1963-1964

Box 10


Box 11

Box 12

Box 13

Box 14
By Dagmar Wilson (1967)
By Ethel Taylor (1969-date)


Box 1
World Gathering of Women for Disarmament, Vienna (March 1962)
Geneva Disarmament Conference (May 1962)
Scrapbook on above conference by Gladys Blum
Trip to Soviet Union - World Congress for Disarmament and Peace (July 1962)
Nuclear protests, Las Vegas (July 1962)
Accra Assembly (July 1962)
Women's Conference for International Cooperation Year (September 1962)
WSP vs. HUAC (House of Representatives Committee on Un American
Activities (December 1962)
Correspondence (1962, 1963)
Ad campaign (December 1962)
Peace Political Action Committee (1962)
WSP bibliographies (1962-1965)
War toy campaign (1963-1973)
Women's Peace Pilgrimage to the Vatican (April 1963)
Mother's Lobby for a Test Ban (May 1963)
Conference of Non-Governmental Organizations (May 1963)
Request for interview with President Johnson (1964)

Box 2
Ad Hoc Committee on the Triple Revolution (March 1964)
Women's NATO Peace Force Rally and Demonstration, The Hague (May 1964)
Economic Conversion (1964)
Women's International Liaison Committee for International
Cooperation Year (1964)
National Committee to Abolish HUAC (1964, 1965)
Luncheon for Kay Johnson (1965)
International Teach-in, Toronto (October 1965)
Teach-in, Ann Arbor, Michigan (1965)
International Cooperation Year (1965)
International Conference for the Liquidation of Foreign Military Bases, Djakarta (1965)
March on Washington for Peace in Vietnam (1965)
International Meeting of War Veterans, Moscow (1965)
Walk with Dr. Spock for Peace in Vietnam (1965)

Box 3
National Interreligious Conference on Peace (1966)
July 4th (1966) Demonstration
Americans Want to Know Project (1966)
Voter Peace Pledge Campaign (1966)
Protest against HUAC (1966)
Lobbying against Vietnam (1966)
Felix Greene speech on "China, Vietnam and Ourselves" (1966)
Joint project with Terre des Hommes (1966)
Metropolitan Council for Peace Politics, New York, New York (1967)
Statement on Middle East (1967)
Jeannette Rankin Brigade (January 15, 1968)
Pueblo incident (1968)
Campaign against chemical and biological warfare (1968)
WSP Embassy delegation to protest war (February. 1968)
National Women's Lobby (1968)
Transcript from WSP retreat at Folly Fodor's home (1968)
Paris Conference (April 1968)
Counter-inaugural actions (January 1969)
Committee of Liaison with Families; Ethel Taylor's visit to Vietnam (1969-1972)
June 17-18 (1969) Action
Vietnam Protest Lobby, Washington D.C. (March 26, 1969)
Applicants for trip to Cuba (1969)
Tax lobby against war in Laos (March 1970)
Sit-in to Stop the War (June 1970)

Box 4
Questionnaire from National WSP to Key Contacts (November 1970)
(WSP) Fundraiser 1970
Non-violent training (1970)
CBW (Chemical, Biological Warfare) Actions (1970)
Suit against Army Intelligence System (1970)
Petitions against use of nuclear weapons in Indo-China (1970)
Mothers' letter to Spiro Agnew (1970)
WSP statement on Angela Davis (1971)
Ad Hoc Committee to Cut off the War Funds (1972-1973)
Demand for Disarmament Day (October 24, 1974)
"We Don't Want to be the Last Generation" Campaign (1976)
Application for funds against nuclear arms race (1976)
Halkin, et al. vs. Richard Helms, et al. (CIA activities: 1976-1978)
National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year (1977)
Neutron Bomb Protest (1977; 1981)
Reply to POST editorial of October 6, 1982
Campaign against U.S. missiles in Belgium and Holland (1984)

Box 5
Working documents (drafts/reports/memoranda found unfiled)


Box 1
Photocopied newspaper clippings (1961, 1962)

Box 2
Photocopied newspaper clippings (1963-1967; no date)
Magazine articles about WSP
Unphotocopied newspaper clippings (April 1962)

Box 3
Unphotocopied newspaper clippings (April 1962, [continued]-date; undated)


Box 1
Lists of items with locations


Box 1
Bomb test suits (c1962)
National Committee to Abolish HUAC (c1962)
Scientists on Survival (1962)
WSP literature copied by FBI (1965-1972)
Pacifica Foundation - Station WBAI, Christopher Koch (1963)
Foundation for Change - Lyla Hoffman (1965-1970)
Berrigan's Defense Committee (1971)

Box 2

Skits, poems, songs, speeches
Women and war
Anti-WSP publicity

Boxes 3-5



Box 1
Minutes, conference reports (1961 and 1962)
Beginnings (1961)
Miscellaneous lists
1961-1963: P.O. Box 69611, Los Angeles 69, California
1963-1969: Box 19737, Los Angeles 19
1964, 1966: 2308 Clyde St., Los Angeles 16
1966-1979: 5899 W. Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles 90019

Box 2
1980-1985: 5899 W. Pico Blvd.Los Angeles 90019
1986-1988: (None received as of September 1989)
1989-date: 1431 Ocean Ave., Suite B, Santa Monica, California 90401

Box 3

Collected correspondence
Demonstrations (1962-1965)
Clarke/Endore Paper: "The Military and the Struggle for Peace" (1965)
Trip to Djakarta (1965)
Phyllis Schmidt, Trip to Djakarta (1965)
Mary Clarke, Trip to Djakarta (1965)
A.B.M. (1969)
Ettiger Ad (1969)

Box 4
General correspondence (1961-1974)

Box 5
General correspondence (1975-date)

Box 6
Peace Action Files
Peace education - War toys (1964-1965)
Peace education kit (1964)
Signatures for The Hague - MLF Action (1964)
Coretta Scott King Brunch (March 1965)
Political Action Workshop - Mary Clarke, Chairperson (1966)
Mary Clarke's statement to Los Angeles Board of Education (1967)
WSP delegation to Cuba (1969)
Spring Action Campaign (1971)
World Congress of Peace Forces (Moscow - 1973)
Geneva Conference (1973-1974)
Funds for Life (1973 and 1975)
Actions on Chile (1973-1976)
Friendshipment, People-to-People Aid to Vietnam (1975-1977)

Box 7
Working documents (1961-1976)

Files of Mary Clarke
--Action and Reference files

Box 8
Mary Clarke's ABM file
Accra Assembly
Air War: including Cornell study (1971-1972)
Electronic Air War- Indo China
Miscellaneous Peace- Civil Rights etc.
Aldermaston - April 1960
Aldermaston, etc.
Anti-WSP literature
Blacks- Discrimination, Problems of, Action (c1963-1975)
Civil Demonstrations
Draft (c1969-1975)
Draft Information (c1973)

Box 9
GI Newspapers (1972-1973)
Hanoi Trip (September20 Demonstration)
Indo China: Civilian Casualties
Indo China - Newspapers and Bulletins from
Indo China Peace Campaign; Indo China Resource Center
"Local Peace Work 1960-1961"
Labor (U.S.) and Peace; Labor Publications - UAW Washington Report
Medical Aid for Vietnam-Mai (1972-1975)
National Conventions-1972 (including counter-conventions)
November 15, 1969: San Francisco
Paris Peace Talks-Final Agreement; All Peace Proposals; Reaction to Nixon's plan
Peace Bulletins

Box 10
Political Action (1965-1967)
Political Action: Reprints (Radiation 1963)
Publicity and Ads: Reprints
Soviet Union
Spring Offensive for 1971- Peace
Student Mobilization-November14, 1969
Tonkin Gulf
Union of Vietnamese in the U.S. -Deportation hearings-Newsletters, and news
Veterans - VA-VVAW- AVM and Publications
Vietnam: Bulletins (ca. 1966)
Vietnam -"Cease Fire" October "Agreement" and January '73 agreement
Vietnam - (Saigon-Thieu); Political Prisoners
Vietnam - Statistics on casualties and bombing
Vietnam war

Box 11
Vietnam War - miscellaneous (1970-1971)
Vietnam War (April 1972-1974)
Vietnam (1964-1965)
Vietnam War 1968-1970, 1971)
Vietnam War (1965-1971)
Vietnam (1975)
Vietnam (1966, 1967, through 1970s)

Box 12
Windmiller, Marshall, Commentaries on Vietnam (1966-1967)

Files of Mary Clarke
-Amnesty files

Box 13
Amnesty Action Information Center
Americans for Amnesty
Amnesty Masters
Amnesty News Clippings
Amnesty Packet by WSP
Amnesty Resources and Information
Ann Arbor
Bruce Beyer
California Colleges and Universities
Clemency Information Center; Military Records Release; Power of Attorney
Clemency Program
Gerry Condon
Copies of Letters to Pres. Ford as a result of AAIC (5/16/75) mailing
Demo. Mini Convention (December 1974)
Discharge Rev. Bd. Hearings (Army) 1976
Draft (1973-77)
Editorials (Radio and TV)
Fritz Efaw's Speech
Gallup Polls on Amnesty
Alvin Glatowski
Gold Star Parents and Other Names (1973-1979)
Austin Hodge

Box 14
January 27-31, 1975 Event(s)
Kastenmeier Bill
Koch Resolution (1976-1977)
Late Registrants
Letters to Media Re: February 22-28, 1976
Lest We Forget
John Maybury
Media Contact List
Media Information (1974-1974)
Military Record Release

Box 15
"National Amnesty Week Material" (1976) Put out by NCUUA
National Amnesty Week Activities and Efforts (1976)
NCUUA Amnesty Update
NCUUA Minutes and Memos
Newspaper Ad
100 Sermons for Amnesty (During Amnesty Week-1976)
Other Amnesty Organizations
Palo Alto Amnesty Meeting
Pendleton 14

Box 16
Phone Lists Amnesty File
Political Prisoners in So. Vietnam Model Letter to Thieu
Postcard 12-18-76
Printed Material
Radio Spots (1974)
Religious Statements for Amnesty
Resolutions for Amnesty
Responses from Congress and White House (1975-1976)
Richmond Case
"Travesties" (1-5-77)
Shopping Centers
Pat Simon Campaign (1974)
Speaker's Bureau
Special Discharge Review Program
State Directors of SSS (Addresses)
Kate Stern's Letter
West Los Angeles -Draft (1971)
Witness Article
Veterans Groups
Unfiled Amnesty Material

Box 17
Pat Reif's Amnesty Binder (1975)
Amnesty packets (c1973-1976)

Box 18
Lists of draft evaders (c1975)


Box 1
San Francisco
1961-date 50 Oak St., Rm. 503, San Francisco 94102
East Bay (called Berkeley, Oakland-Berkeley in 1960s)
1961-date 2302 Ellsworth, Berkeley 94704

Box 2
1961 Lists of San Francisco Women for Peace newsletters found with Swarthmore College Peace Collection Retired Periodicals
1962 San Francisco and East Bay WFP radiation test ban leaflets and bumper strip. San Francisco Daily, Vigil at Federal Building
Clippings of Bay Area WFP activities
Bay Area delegation to Geneva. Clippings and other material on Geneva.
ACCRA, Ghana Peace Conference and other conferences attended by WSP delegates.
Other public events; April Golden Gate Park Rally for
Disarmament; Peace Walk, Hiroshima Walk.
San Francisco and East Bay WFP, memos, minutes, and finances.
San Francisco WFP brochures, finances, structure. East Bay disarmament course and correspondence.
Bay Area WFP on WSP's being called before HUAC.
(Also Los Angeles WSP)
1963 San Francisco, Bay Area WFP, public events; Witness for Life and Hiroshima March, Sacramento lobby, and letters of officials.
Early WFP activity against Vietnam war.
1964 Leaflets and letters to Congress on Vietnam. Bay Area WFP and opposing war.
San Francisco Anti-war toy campaign, and against fallout shelters.
Petition against multilateral force.
Los Angeles WSP anti-war toys and against multilateral force.
1965 Djakarta - WSP delegation to Vietnamese women.
Act for Peace in Vietnam Alabama and other coalition actions.
WPF: Correspondence, action on Vietnam; San Francisco National WSP
Conference; leaflets on Vietnam.
Anti-war toys campaign. Lobby in Sacramento.

Box 3
1966 San Francisco WFP activities; demonstration, "Have a Heart,"
Voter's Pledge; letter, leaflets on Vietnam.
1966-1968 Boycott against Dow Chemical, maker of napalm.
1966 Bay Area Peace Organizing Committee; Anti-Vietnam War
Coalition (BAPOC); Demonstration at napalm plant.
San Francisco WFP Anti-war toy campaign; leaflets, letters, and
material from others on same subject.
1967 Spring mobilization against war in Vietnam.
2/67 - San Francisco WFP support National WSP demonstration at
Pentagon; founding of Committee of Responsibility; toy resource kit; children's peace poems.
San Francisco WFP work for Proposition P; local Anti-Vietnam War
Initiative; Sacramento lobby - Congressional correspondence; children's peace poems; support for peace torch.
Draft Resistance Committee (WFP and WILPF)
1968 San Francisco WFP activities; WFP-WILPF Draft Resistance Committee; support for 9 for peace; 27 presidio defendants; G.I.
1968 Easter peace march and Whitehorn case of refusal to register.
San Francisco WFP, Vietnam war ad; Poor People's Campaign; WFP participation in national and congressional elections and in Jeannette Rankin Demonstration.
1969 WFP, WILPF activities; meeting reading "List of Dead;"
Sacramento Lobby; support for San Francisco student strike; Bay Area WFP joins WSP National delegation to Cuba.

Box 4
San Francisco WFP Anti-Vietnam war demonstration, November 15; WFP-WILPF- sponsored New Mobilization.
San Francisco WFP and WILPF support for military and draft resisters.
1969-1970 WFP-WILPF-sponsored N.California campaign against anti ballistic missiles.
1970 San Francisco WFP New Mobilization Committee
San Francisco WFP leaflets; press releases, etc.
San Francisco correspondence.
1971 San Francisco and East Bay WFP/WILPF leaflets and petitions.
Correspondence with legislators, Indo-Chinese war.
Bay Area WFP and San Francisco WILPF-sponsored People's Coalition for Peace and Justice.
1972 Local WFP and other coalition participation; Children's March and April 22, October 14 Coalition.

Box 5
WFP-WILPF campaigns against bombing and for cutting off funds, support for Vietnam vets against war and for Vietnamese students.
Peace poll and electoral activity; boycott of Wonderbread (ITT); Santa Barbara WSP Conference and counter-recruiting.
Correspondence with legislators, Indo-Chinese War.
1972-1973 WFP, medical aid to Indochina; Bach Mai.
Bay Area WFP campaign to free political prisoners in S. Vietnam.
1973 Local WFP campaign for amnesty for draft and military resisters.
Cut off war funds campaign and stop bombing of Cambodia.
Beginning of Bay Area WFP Impeachment Nixon campaign.
WFP protests of Nixon appointments. Position on Mid-East conflict and on Chile coup. WFP meetings and leaflets.
1973-1974 Congressional District coalitions (5th and 6th.)
1974 WFP campaign to stop funding war, to support S. Vietnam prisoners and oppose deportation of Vietnamese students.
WFP Amnesty Campaign; support for military resisters.
Bay Area WFP-sponsored coalition to cut military spending.
Bay Area WFP impeachment campaign.
Bay Area WFP work for disarmament, Middle East peace, and for Chile.

Box 6
1975 Bay Area WFP campaign to stop funding war. Mar 22 demo.
Bay area WFP actions, CIA, Angola, Chile, Korea, Spain; S. B. Internal Security Bill.
WFP actions; Mid-East, nuclear disarmament, and International Women's Year.

See also checklist for unprocessed material donated in 1997
WSP 97A-061


Box 1
Santa Barbara
Other area groups in California



Box 1
Minutes of Central Coordinating Committee (1961-1971)
Miscellaneous minutes
1961-1963 and undated: 750 Third Ave.
1962-1967 and undated: 151 East 50th St.

Box 2
February. 1967-date and undated: 799 Broadway

Box 3
General (1962-date)
Legislative (1960-1971)
Miscellaneous working documents (1964-1972)
Anti-Vietnam activities (1971)
Peace essay contest (November 1985)
WSP-related material about/by Bella Abzug
Preparatory material for research paper on WSP by Amy Swerdlow

See also temporary checklists for additional material from New York WSP
WSP Acc. 95A-005
WSP Acc. 96A-040


Box 1
Nassau County Women Strike for Peace
1967: P.O. Box 125, Great Neck
1968-1972: 1363 Pine Court, East Meadow
1969-1971: Long Island Draft and Counseling Service

Great Neck Women Strike for Peace
Literature (as collected by them)
1962-1974: Box 125, Great Neck
Great Peace Week (1962)

Irma Zigas (Nassau Co. WSP) General Files

Box 2
Abzug, Bella
Ads - Postalia (1972)
Air War
Air War Opposition (1972)
American Civil Liberties Union??????? (empty)
American Committee on Africa
American Documentary Films
AMEX (Canada)
American Friends Service Committee (1972)
AFSC Community Action Kit
American Indian Movement
Another Mother for Peace (1972, 1973)
Atlanta Workshop in Nonviolence
Canadian Conference (April 1971)
Catholic Peace Fellowship, North Bellmore
C.B.W. and ABM
Chicago Peace Council
Coalition on National Priorities and Military Policy
Committee for Nonviolent Action, New England
Committee to End Killing in Indochina
Con San Prison
Concentration camps, U.S.A.
Congress, 92nd and 93rd
Congressional records
Cross Currents
Demonstrations (6 folders - 1972-1973)
Dikes, Bombing of (1972)

Box 3
Economic boycotts
Feliciano, Carlos, Committee to Defend
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Friends Committee on National Legislation
Friends for Life Campaign
Fund for New Priorities in America
Geneva Agreement on Vietnam
Hatfield-McGovern Bill (1971)
Honeywell (1972)
Indochina Peace Campaign
Indochina Resource Center
Indochina Solidarity Committee
ITT Boycott (1972)
Japanese Peoples Movement
Jewelry and related objects (1972)
Jewish Peace Fellowship
King, Mrs. Martin Luther, Jr.
Knitting Project (1972)
Legislative Committee (Martha Dudley)
LEPOCO (Lehigh-Pocono Committee of Concern)
Longest Day Campaign
McGovern Campaign
Medical Aid, Indochina (1972-1973)
Middle East (1968)

Box 4
Middle East [continued]
Military budget
Nassau County Student Association
Nassau County Youth Board
National Action Group
National Caucus of Labor Committees
National Peace Action Committee
National Universal Unconditional Amnesty Council
Nuclear Annihilation
Operation Nevada
Paredon records
Paris Accords
Peace Plan (7-point, 8-point, 9-point)
Pentagon Papers Project
People's Blockade
People's Coalition for Peace and Justice
People's Party
Petitions and flyers
Planetary citizenship
Poetry including Vietnamese
Political prisoners
Position papers (WSP)
Press information
Prisoner Visitation and Support Committee
Prisoners of war
Racism and Repression Conference
Repression in military

Box 5
Rome Conference (1973)
Save Our Sons Campaign (1971)
South Shore Moratorium Committee
Southern Conference Educational Fund (1972)
Speaking engagements and responses
Stockholm Conference on Vietnam
Student Voice
Syracuse Peace Council
Tax resistance (1972)
Thompson, Kay
Tom Paine Independent Club
Toronto Meeting (1969)
United Farm Workers lettuce boycott
Vietnam Moratorium Committee (1969)
Vietnam Peace Parade
Vietnam students in the U.S.
Vietnam Veterans Against the War
Vietnam Veterans Against the War of Nassau County [New York]
Voice of Women
War contractors
War Resisters International
War Resisters League (1972, 1973)

Box 6
Women Strike for Peace:
Conferences: (1967, June 1971, October 1971, 1972, 1973)
Groups: Chicago, Los Angeles, Nassau, New York (1972), North Shore, Rochester (1972), San Francisco
National Office
Women Volunteers to Vietnam
Women's Political Caucus
World Congress for Peace

Irma Zigas (Nassau Co. WSP) Draft Files (1967-1972)

Box 7
Draft counseling services
Flyers and pamphlets (old)
Draft resistance (1968-1971)
Draft workshop -WSP
Long Island Draft Information and Counseling Service (LIDACS) Old flyers and information
Draft - General statements against (1964-1972)
Draft repeal - General (1968-1971)
National Council to Repeal the Draft
General anti-draft
Appeals procedures
Classification procedures and memos
Material on giving up deferment
Induction procedure
Canada information
Congressmen - names and address

Box 8
Draft act and related materials
Counselee forms, fundraising letter, medical history form
Lottery sequence
Alternate service
C.O. packet original
General C.O.
Outdated C.O. information
Flyers - Anti-draft
Newspaper - reprints we've reproduced
Doctors' draft
Medical information
Women and the War kit


Box 1
Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill [2 folders]
Greenwich Village, Lower East Side, Westchester
Copiague Island
Draft Book, 1969
Draft counseling and registration information
Other small area groups, in alphabetical order
Dated literature without group identification
Undated and unidentified literature


(Note: From 1961 to 1970, National WSP was located in Washington, D.C. and co-existed with Washington, D.C. WSP. Series A therefore includes Washington, D.C. WSP material for these years.)

Box 1
Metropolitan Council (1968)
D.C.-Montgomery County [Maryland] WSP (1970)

1962-1974: Miscellaneous addresses
1974-1975: 318 Massachusetts Ave., N.E.
1979-1985: 201 Massachusetts Ave., N.E.
1985-date: 105 2nd St., N.E.


Box 2
Working documents (drafts/reports/memoranda found unfiled)

Box 3
Demonstrations against bombing Cambodia (1973)
Miscellaneous peace action projects (1973-1974)
WSP participation in coalitions (1974-1981)
Civil Defense (1975-1977)
Cuba trip (1977)
MX and the nuclear arms race (1978-1980)
AFL-CIO Solidarity Day (1981)
Subject Files (1975-1981)
Africa (1977-1978)
Aid to Thieu
Arms Control Association
Books, films, and publications

Box 4
Children's Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (1981)
Chile (1977-1978)
Congress - Testimonies on Indochina, U.S. aid, etc.
Defense budget (1975)
Draft (1980)
Funds for Life - budget

Box 5
Hiroshima (1978)
Human rights (1977--1978)
India (1975)
Indochina (1972-1976)
Indochina Peace Campaign (1973-1974)
Indochina - Political Prisoners
Intelligence (1978)
Iranian Student's Association (1977-1978)
Korea (1978)

Box 6
Medical Aid to Indochina
Military Budget
MX (1978-1980)
National Women's Conference (1977)
Nuclear Arms (1977)
Nuclear energy (1977)
Palestine and Iran (1978)
SALT II Treaty (1979)
Senate Bills (1976-1977)
Miscellaneous Reference File (1977-1980)

Box 7
Miscellaneous reference material (1977-1980)
Unsorted reference material about intelligence, disarmament, nuclear energy, SALT II, military budget, radiation, nuclear weapons, U.N. Decade for Women, defense budget, draft, fair employment, amnesty, MX, human rights, arms sales, and American Indians, Vietnam, Chile, Korea, Africa, Iran, Argentina, Cambodia, Indochina, Latin America, Rhodesia, Nicaragua, and the Middle East.


Box 1
1962-March 1964: Box 12426, Philadelphia 51
March 1964-1971: 20 South 12th St., Philadelphia 19107
September 1971-1973: 1307 Sansom St., Philadelphia 19107
1973-date: See National WSP, Series A,2


Box 1
Canada: Voice of Women, Halifax, Ontario/Toronto, Quebec, Vancouver, Victoria
Illinois: Chicago, North Shore, Champaign, Urbana, Winnetka
Iowa: Cedar Rapids Area, Leonia, Marian
Michigan: Ann Arbor, Detroit, Grand Rapids
New England Voice of Women
New Jersey: Leonia
Ohio: Cleveland, Yellow Springs
Oregon: Portland
Washington: Seattle, Tacoma

Box 2 [box not found 12/2011]
1961 Lists of San Francisco Women for Peace newsletters found with Swarthmore College Peace Collection Retired Periodicals
1962 San Francisco and East Bay WFP radiation test ban leaflets and bumper strip. San Francisco Daily, Vigil at Federal Building
Clippings of Bay Area WFP activities
Bay Area delegation to Geneva. Clippings and other material on Geneva.
ACCRA, Ghana Peace Conference and other conferences attended by WSP delegates.
Other public events; April Golden Gate Park Rally for
Disarmament; Peace Walk, Hiroshima Walk.
San Francisco and East Bay WFP, memos, minutes, and finances.
San Francisco WFP brochures, finances, structure. East Bay disarmament course and correspondence.
Bay Area WFP on WSP's being called before HUAC. (Also Los Angeles WSP)
1963 San Francisco, Bay Area WFP, public events; Witness for Life and Hiroshima March, Sacramento lobby, and letters of officials.
Early WFP activity against Vietnam war.
1964 Leaflets and letters to Congress on Vietnam. Bay Area WFP and opposing war.
San Francisco Anti-war toy campaign, and against fallout shelters.
Petition against multilateral force.
Los Angeles WSP anti-war toys and against multilateral force.
1965 Djakarta - WSP delegation to Vietnamese women.
Act for Peace in Vietnam Alabama and other coalition actions.
WPF: Correspondence, action on Vietnam; San Francisco National WSP
Conference; leaflets on Vietnam.
Anti-war toys campaign. Lobby in Sacramento.

Box 3 [box not found 1/2012]
1966 San Francisco WFP activities; demonstration, "Have a Heart,"
Voter's Pledge; letter, leaflets on Vietnam.
1966-1968 Boycott against Dow Chemical, maker of napalm.
1966 Bay Area Peace Organizing Committee; Anti-Vietnam War
Coalition (BAPOC); Demonstration at napalm plant.
San Francisco WFP Anti-war toy campaign; leaflets, letters, and
material from others on same subject.
1967 Spring mobilization against war in Vietnam.
2/67 - San Francisco WFP support National WSP demonstration at
Pentagon; founding of Committee of Responsibility; toy resource kit; children's peace poems.
San Francisco WFP work for Proposition P; local Anti-Vietnam War
Initiative; Sacramento lobby - Congressional correspondence; children's peace poems; support for peace torch.
Draft Resistance Committee (WFP and WILPF)
1968 San Francisco WFP activities; WFP-WILPF Draft Resistance Committee; support for 9 for peace; 27 presidio defendants; G.I.

Acc. 90A-015
Box 1
Amy Swerdlow Correspondence, 1964
MLF Correspondence, 1964
Djakarta, 1965
Czechoslovakia, 1968 (August 20)
MLF Names Filed, 1964
Nato-Hague Correspondence/Nato Women's Peace Force, 1964
Against Military Training
CBW Clearinghouse Dorothy Forman, 1969-1970
Mailings, etc. 1969
KPFK 1969

Box 2 [Acc. 90A-015]
ABM/Militarism Clearing House, 1968/1969
International Clearing House Sarah Shoresman, Santa Barbara, 1969-1970
Women's Organizing File
Another Mother for Peace, 1973
Miscellaneous [3 folders]
MLF Miscellaneous Materials
NATO MLF, 1964
NATO MLF Project, 1964 (May 12-14)
News Paper Clippings

Acc. 90A-028
Box 1

Miscellaneous correspondence
Ploughshares Fund- correspondence, proposals granted
Luncheons- Philadelphia special events
Cassette promotion
Pam Block- correspondence
Jewish leads and contacts; Star Wars
Pam Block
Job openings, résumés
College program information
Internship cover letter
Intern outreach
Staff meeting
National Conference, 1982 and prior
Conference, 1983
Conference, 1984
Libby Frank- conference kit, 1986 (November)
Conference, 1986
Regional meetings, 1987 (February)
National Conference packet (distributed to participants), 1987 (November)
National Conference- final reports, 1987 (November)
National Conference- arrangements, 1987 (November)
National Conference- Libby’s notes, 1987

Box 2 [Acc. 90A-028]
National Conference- pre-conference correspondence, membership panel, etc., 1987
Staff meeting, 1988 (November)
Board meeting- miscellaneous, 1988
Board meeting- minutes, etc., 1988
Pre-board meeting mailing, 1988
East coast regional meeting, 1988 (July)
Continuations Committee meeting, 1988 (September 13)
Continuations Committee meeting, 1988 (July 12)
East coast regional meeting, 1989 (February)
Board meeting, 1989 (May)
Pre-board meeting, 1989 (November)
Board packets, meetings, 1989 (November)
Miscellaneous meetings
Board meeting minutes (original and edited), 1989 (November)
Endorsements, statements, and positions
Women Strike for Peace and fund budgets
Donor correspondence (including some celebrities)
Research and Education Fund
Research and Education Fund- fundraising

Box 3 [Acc. 90A-028]
Foundation correspondence [2 folders]
Internal notes, goals, etc.- Star Wars
Star Wars materials
Star Wars actions
Reports- slide show
Miscellaneous communication re: slide show
Communication with branches re: slide show
Star Wars booklet
Slide show promotion
Slide show- final script and packet
Blossom- slide show project
Newsletter reviews re: slide show
Primer promotion- religious orders
Primer blurbs, primer response form, primer order form

Box 4
[Acc. 90A-028]
Correspondence- primer promotion
Sam Caldwell- primer promotion
Primer records- Star Wars primers
Primer promotion- Bishops’ replies
National branch reports- primer promotion, 1986 (December 10)
Mailing lists- primer promotion
Branch activities re: Comprehensive Test Ban- letters, advertisements, leaflets, etc.
Agenda- Comprehensive Test Ban work
Tea and Briefings
Membership development
Video/outreach presentations- Comprehensive Test Ban and women, 1989
“Stop nuclear weapons” packet
“Stop nuclear weapons” packet- editors’ mailing
Correspondence to the list- 350 contacts
Proxy mailing report
Comprehensive Test Ban correspondence
Demonstration at Department of Energy and Senate lobby, 1989 (May 9)
Approved proposals
West coast film script
Miscellaneous- correspondence, fliers, etc.

Box 5 [Acc. 90A-028]
Record, 1967
Women Strike for Peace Fund- East Bay contest
Women’s Watch
Coughlin Alert
Correspondence, articles, etc.
Legal action- Federal Bureau of Investigation
Proposition #1
Women Strike for Peace/Nuclear Test Ban
--Washington legislative office
--Government officials
Branch correspondence
--All branches
--East Bay branch
--East coast branches
--West coast branches
--Ambler- Eastern Montgomery County
--Chicago branch
--Los Angeles branch

Box 6 [Acc. 90A-028]
--Main Line [Pennsylvania region] branch
--New York branch
--Philadelphia area branches
--Seattle branch
--Washington, D. C., branch
New York- membership
Membership renewal letters
Membership notes- records
New member letters; information response letters
Vietnam- Philadelphia branch
Vietnam fliers and fact sheet
Vietnam open letters
Literature- Philadelphia branch
“We are Angry Women” campaign
Campaigns- archives
Chicago newsletter
Ambler branch activities
Newsletters and other Women Strike for Peace publications
--East Bay, California
--New York
--Main Line [Pennsylvania region]

Box 7 [Acc. 90A-028]
--San Francisco
--Washington, D. C.
--Legislative Alert
Peacelines file
Predecessor to Peacelines
“Dear Sister” letters
Ethel’s writings- published and unpublished
Miscellaneous- brochures, pamphlets, etc.

Acc. 92A-113
Box 1

Mack Party, 1967 (June)
Voter peace pledge- campaign and Mothers’ Day advertisement, 1968
Meeting between Senators Jacob E. Javits and Robert F. Kennedy, 1968 (January 5)
Visit of Soviet women sponsored by Women Strike for Peace- New York City, 1968 (January)
The Jeanette Rankin Brigade, 1968 (January 15)
Pueblo incident- demonstration, 1968 (February 1)
Protest against Vietnam War- Mrs. Hubert Humphrey- Albany, 1968 (February)
State Department interviews re: nuclear weapons threat, 1968 (February 15 and 24)
Women's Conference to end war in Vietnam- Paris, 1968 (April)
Stop the War Now; We Mourn All the Dead, 1968 (April 27)
Theater party, 1968 (April 30)
Poor People's Campaign, 1968 (May)
Stop Humphrey Drive, 1968 (May)
Dial-a-General Campaign, 1968 (July 1)
Demonstration- Governor Rockefeller on Senator Robert F. Kennedy's successor, 1968 (June 11)
National Proxy lobby, 1968 (July 15)
Paris Peace Conference, 1968 (July 15)
Biafra, 1968 (August)
Czechoslovakia Crisis, 1968 (August)
Women Strike for Peace in coalition with rally against war in Vietnam, 1968 (August 3)
Theater party, 1968 (December 4)
O'Dwyer Senatorial campaign, 1968 (October)
Democratic National Convention, 1968
Boston Tea Party Tax Campaign, 1969 – 1970
Antiballistic Missile (ABM) Campaign, 1969
Lindsay mayoral campaign (New York); Bella Abzug's Taxpayer's Campaign- urban priorities, 1969
Cut out Bloody War demonstration, 1969 (January 15)
Demonstration against Vietnam War, 1969 (March 26)
Taxpayer's revolt and petition campaign, 1969 (April – May)
R. O. T. C.  bill, 1969 (April)
New York City- march and rally against Vietnam War, 1969 (April 5)
Mother's Day flier; casualties of war, 1969 (May)
Whitehorn Case, 1968 – 1969
Stockholm Conference on Vietnam, 1969 (May 16-18)
World Congress of Women (WIDF), Helsinki, 1969 (June 14-17)
Washington, D.C., action against Vietnam War, 1969 (June 17-18)
Women's Coalition for Understanding and Women Strike for Peace- Washington lobby action,
1969 (June 24)
Antiballistic Missile meeting- Felt Forum, New York City, 1969 (June 25)
Vietnamese women's visit, 1969 (July)
Cuban trip- Federation of Cuban Women, 1969 (August)
Demonstration- Hiroshima/Nagasaki Week, 1969 (August 2-9)
Moratorium, 1969 (October 15)
Theater party, 1969 (October 10)
Lincoln Memorial- Confront the Warmakers, 1969 (October 21)
Washington demonstration, 1969 (November 15)
Women Strike for Peace and the House Un-American Activities Committee, 1962 – 1966
C. B. W. - Women Strike for Peace
War toy campaign, 1963 – 1976
1962 – 1965
Hiroshima Conferences against atom and hydrogen bombs, 1960 – 1965
Multi-lateral force, 1963 – 1964
Disarmament, 1964
United Nations demonstration with Dr. Spock, Women Strike for Peace and Coalition, 1965 (April 10)
March to Washington, 1965 (April 17)
Madison Square rally- Sane and Women Strike for Peace, 1965 (June 8)
Mothers protest lobby of Vietnam, 1965 (June 23)
Jakarta meeting- Women Strike for Peace and North Vietnamese women, 1965 (July)
New York Times advertisement- Christmas action re: Vietnam, 1965 (November 18)
Washington Vietnam lobby- nationwide, 1965 (November 27)

Box 2 [Acc. 92A-113]
Christmas card campaign- Christmas pilgrimage to Washington, D. C., 1965 (December)
"Dove" Washington lobby, 1966 (February 9)
Voters peace pledge campaign, 1966
Peace Parade- International Days of Protest, 1966 (March 26)
Mothers’ Day, 1966 (April 7)
Voters march on Washington; "This Mothers’ Day we ask one gift: just send our sons home", 1966 (May 15)
Toy fair demonstration- Parents in Toys, 1966 (March 7)
Forum on China, 1966 (May 27)

Napalm demonstration at United Nations; meeting at church center, 1966 (July 6)
March against Vietnam War, 1966 (August 6)
Prayer and Protest Day, 1966 (October 9)
Election campaigns and New York Women Strike for Peace re: Vietnam War, 1966
Sane and Women Strike for Peace- Madison Square rally, 1966 (December 8)
International Human Rights Day demonstration, 1966 (December 10)
Christmas action, 1966 (December 22)
Draft workshop, 1966 (January 22)
Washington Confrontation, 1967 (February 15)
--Advertisements and publicity
--Report back meeting, 1967 (March 8)
Spring mobilization, 1967 (April)

Box 3 [Acc. 92A-113]
Anti-draft action, 1967 (April 5)
Mrs. L. B. L.  demonstration, 1967 (May 5)
Mothers’ Day cards, 1967
Washington demonstration- White House, 1967 (September 20)
Middle East crisis, 1967 (June)
Vietnam, 1967 (Summer)
Dagmar Wilson’s trip to Hanoi, 1967 (Summer)
Demonstration on White House, 1967 (September 20)
National mobilization demonstration- "Confront the War Makers", 1967 (October 21)
Senate Internal Security Subcommittee investigation, 1967 (October 27)
Referenda on the War, 1967 (November 7)
End the Draft Week, 1967 (December 4)

Box 4 [Acc. 92A-113]
Christmas Card Campaign/Pilgrimage to D.C., 1965 (December 15)
"Dove" Washington Lobby. 1966 (February 9)
Voter's Peace Pledge Campaign, 1966
Peace Parade - International Days of Protest, 1966 (March 26)
Mother's Day, 1966 (April 7)
WSP Voter's March on Washington, and "This mother's day we ask for a gift: just send our songs home," 1966 (May 15)
Toy Fair Demonstration, 1966 (March 7)
Forum on China, 1966 (May 27)
Napalm Demonstration, 1966 (July 6)
Prayer and Protest Day, 1966 (October 9)
Election Campaigns, 1966
SANE and WSP Madison Square Rally, 1966 (December 8)
International Human Rights Day Demonstration, 1966 (December 10)
Christmas Action, 1966 (December 22)
WSP Draft Workshop, 1967 (January 21)
Washington Confrontation, Ads and Publicity, 1967 (February 15)
Washington Confrontation Correspondence, 1967 (February 15)
Washington Confrontation and Report back to MTG, 1967 (March 8)
Spring Mobilization, 1967 (April)

Box 5 [Acc. 92A-113]
March to Washington, 1965 (April 17)
WSP Mother's Day Protest Lobby on Vietnam, 1965 (June 23)
Jakarta MTG with Vietnamese Women, a first, 1965 (July)
Christmas Action New York Times Ad, 1965 (November 18)
Washington Vietnam Lobby, 1965 (November 27)
Anti-Draft Action, 1967 (April 5)
MRS LBJ Demonstration, 1967 (May 10)
Mother's Day Cards, 1967 (May 14)
Washington Demonstration White House, 1967 (September 20)
Mid-East Crisis 1967 (June)
Vietnam Summer, 1967
Dagmar Wilson Trip to Hanoi, Summer, 1967
National Mobilization Demonstration - Confront the Warmakers, 1967 (October 21)
WSP Demo - White House, 1967 (September 20)
Senate Internal Security Subcommitee Investigation, 1967 (October)
Referendums 1967 (November 7)
End the Draft Week, 1967 (December 4-9)

Acc. 92A-118
Box 1
Mary McCrory and Other Articles, 1977
Ron Young
British Peace Groups

Box 2 [Acc. 92A-118]
Unlabeled Folders about the House Un-American Activity Commitee and Disarmament [6 Folders]

Acc. 94A-005

Women Strike for Peace to Albany; taxpayers’ campaign
Anti–draft week, 1970 (March)
Demonstration in Washington, D. C.- Women's Declaration of Liberation from Military Domination
Spring offensive and anti–tax action
Amendment to end the war
Cambodia/Laos/Vietnam- demonstrations and campaigns, 1970 (May)
Mothers’ Day Action, 1970 (May 8-10)
Sit–in to stop the war
Women Strike for Peace office invasion by Y. A. F.
C. B.W. action, 1970 (July 9)
Hiroshima Day; nuclear weapons campaign, 1970 (August 6)
Demonstration, 1970 (August 26)
Lunch–in for Bella Abzug, 1970 (October 7)
Take New York City out of the war, 1970 (October 15)
Don't Be Misled leaflet and Women Strike for Peace position statement, 1970 (October)
New York P. A. C. action, 1970 (October 31)
Women Strike for Peace and National Coalition Against Racism and Repression
"Set the Date" demonstration at Saint Patrick’s, 1970 (December 2)
CCC meeting at Grace Church (with Bella), 1970 (December 5)
New York correspondence- inquiries and requests for materials
Set the Date, 1971 (January 31)
Set the Date campaign and Vietnam Disengagement Act
Demonstration at New York and James Buckley
Take New York out of the war rallies
Central Park Action, 1971 (April 3)
Wall Street action, 1971 (April 5)
Women chain themselves to White House fence, 1971 (April 3)
Canada Conference
End the war, bring the G. I.s home- march on Washington, D. C., 1971 (April 4)
Mothers’ Day; Save our Sons campaign
Spring offensive
Moratorium Day; Sutton Proclamation
Buckley- Javits, End the War, End the Draft
End the Draft
Longest day, longest war
Demand that Nixon go to Paris and accept seven-point peace plan
Judy Lerner’s trip to Japan and Hanoi
Women March for Equality Coalition
Demonstration- mission to United Nations to protest resumption of bombing North Vietnam
Demonstration at the Danbury prison
Trip to Hanoi- Amy Swerdlow and Irma Zigas
Moratorium Day
Phone call to Paris
Demonstration- Moratorium Day and Coalition
Demonstration in front of I. T. T. Corporation- Wonder Bread \boycott
Vigil outside Saigon Mission to free Madame Ngo Ba Thanh
10th anniversary commemorative meeting with U Thant at United Nations
Democratic Committee demonstration
Correspondence, 1972
Set the date, opening of Congress
Toy fair demonstration- war toys
Children's survival march
Indict the warmakers demonstration- Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Demonstration in front of I. T. T. building
United Nations bombing, demonstration in Washington, D. C.
N. P. A. C. demonstration- New York City
I. T. T. Action
I. T. T. Proxy–stockholders Meeting
Sit–in in Carl Albert's office
Mothers’ day
Demonstration in Washington, D. C.
Democratic National Convention
Hiroshima Day
Demonstration at Nixon headquarters and United Nations
Meeting with Cora Weiss and Mrs. Gartley
Demo at library and McGovern motorcade
Demonstration- Saint Patrick's Cathedral
Cease Fire Agreement
Demonstration to Washington, D. C.
Signing of the peace agreement
Lobbying action in Washington, D. C.
Foreign aid bill action
O. E. O. hearings, Shirley Mangolin testimony
Women Strike for Peace strikes back at high food prices
Response to bombing in Cambodia
Demonstration- vigil at Saint Patrick's Cathedral
Church case amendment
Theater party fundraiser
Washington demonstration- Women Strike for Peace and Coalition
White House and New York vigils re: Cambodia; Impeach Nixon campaign; cut military budget
Day of Conscience
1973, continued
Demonstration- Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
Abourezk Amendment
World Peace Congress
Women Strike for Peace meeting with Javitz and Buckley; Queens demonstration
Women Strike for Peace luncheon
Energy crisis and United Nations; war and Cambodia
Toy fair demonstration
Mideast seminar
Disarmament seminar
Trip to Geneva
Women's International Day
O. E. O. demonstration
Demonstration at United Nations
Meeting with the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Lobby in Washington
Women Strike for Peace and Vietnam Veterans against War action- Washington
Week of Concern
Fundraising letter
Action- Wall Street
Action- Saint Patrick's Cathedral
Women Strike for Peace supports International Demand Disarmament Day
Survival campaign coalition
Vietnam and Cambodia
Puerto Rican Solidarity Day

Acc. 94A-051
Box 1

Miscellaneous [8 folders]
Vietnam Trips
Cleveland-Women Speak Out

Box 2 [Acc. 94A-051]
Paris 1968
Stockholm Conference 1972-1973
Children's Survival National Welfare Rights Organization
Pilots' Wives
Prisoners of War Liaisons
Civil Defense
House Un-American Activities Committee 1964-1965
Test Ban
Conversion to Peace Economy
Tax Protest

Box 3 [Acc. 94A-051]
Another Mother for Peace
Pilgrimage to Rome
January 15, 1962
Liaisons with Prisoners of War

Box 4 [Acc. 94A-051]
UN Resolved Washington State Patrol (WSP)
World War II
Miscellaneous [3 folders]
Geneva 1962

Box 5 [Acc. 94A-051]
House Un-American Activities Committee 1962
Multilateral Force (MLF)
1963 National Conference
1964 National Conference
1965 National Conference
1966 National Conference
1967 National Conference
International Clearing House-National Information Memo
Peace Education Bulletin
Legislative Newsletters
Peace Concern
Vietnamese Mothers' Letter
Viet-nam Democratic Republic of Viet Nam

Box 6 [Acc. 94A-051]
Djakarta Meeting
Vietnamese Women
United Nations
April 1968 Paris Conference
1968 National Conference
1972 National Conference
1971 National Conference
Alice Herz

Acc. 96A-012
Box 1
Miscellaneous Disarmament [1], May 1984 – May 1985
Miscellaneous Disarmament [2], June-October (1983)
Miscellaneous Disarmament [3], January 1979-November 1983
Miscellaneous Disarmament [4], April 1978-April 1984
Miscellaneous Disarmament [5], May 1975-June 1984
Miscellaneous Disarmament [6], August 1974-January 1984
Miscellaneous Disarmament [7], April 1978-April 1984

Acc. 96A-040
Box 1
Women Strike for Peace luncheon, 1977 (November 21)
International Women’s Year- pins and other emblems
Women Strike for Peace and Survival, 1995 (May 14)
Reception for Madame Salycheva, 1975 (May 21)
Demonstration- Washington, D. C., 1975 (July 8)
Demonstration- Rockefeller Center, 1975 (July 17)
Hiroshima Day, 1975 (August 6)
Atom and Hydrogen Bomb Conference, 1975 (August)
World Congress- International Women’s Year meeting- Berlin, 1975 (October)
Fundraising letter, 1975
Demonstration- New York City, 1975 (November 13)
Zionist resolution at United Nations; Israel Women Strike for Peace statement, 1975 (November)
Japanese delegation to United Nations, 1975 (December)
Vladivostok Agreement, 1975
Military spending vs. jobs, 1975
World Peace Tax Fund, 1975
International Women’s Day, 1976 (March 8)

Box 2 [Acc. 96A-040]
International Women’s Year Coalition, 1975
Women Strike for Peace 15th Annual Luncheon- seating plan, 1976 (April 3)
Mid-East meeting with Dr. Noam Chomsky
Second Women Strike for Peace statements on Mid-East, 1976 (March 13)
Presidential forum, 1976 (March 29)
Women Strike for Peace 15th Annual Luncheon
--Invitation and development of paste-up to completion, 1976 (April 3)
--[Unlabeled], 1976 (April 3)
--Program 1976 (April 3)
Carter and election, 1976
New York book fair, 1976 (April 30 – May 2)
Sacks Lodge, 1976 (May and October)
Demonstration on Wall Street, 1976 (June 9)
Application for funds to conduct intensive campaign on urgency of nuclear arms race, 1976
Fosler and Kleiser bills

Box 3 [Acc. 96A-040]
Billboard Campaign, 1976 (July)
Demonstration at convention- 34th Street and 8th Avenue, 1976 (July 8)
Democratic National Convention Platform Committee, 1976 (July)
China Test and fallout, 1976 (October 5)
Japanese Delegation to United States, 1976 (October 13-15)
V. I. P. Letter re: November 30, 1976
Demonstration- Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
Nuclear Cards to Carter demonstration, 1976 (December 16)
Angola, 1976
Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice, 1976 (October 16)
Irish peace movement, 1976
Washington, Pentagon, White House and Congress, 1977 (March 8)
Fundraising letter, 1977 (March)
Meeting at White House, 1977 (March 9)
Saint Patrick’s demonstration, 1977 (March 3)
Threat of Nuclear War and Women Strike for Peace film showing, 1977 (March 30)
Foreign Policy Forum, 1977 (April 23)
Women Strike for Peace and Peace Assembly, 1975 (January 25-27)
International Women’s (Day) Year, 1975 (March)

Box 4 [Acc. 96A-040]
Luncheon Invitation, 1977 (May 21)
To Be Announced At Luncheon, 1977 (May 21)
WSP Meeting with Deputy Mayor - Arms Control Resolution, 1977 (June 9)
Sacks Lodge, 1977 (June 10-12)
IWY- NY State Meeting, Albany, NY, 1977 (July)
Speak Out - Military Spending and its Effects on our City, 1977 (June 8)
WSP Demo in Washington D.C. to protest Neutron Bomb, also meeting with Sen. Hatfield - 1977 (July 20)
WSP White House Visit, 1977 (July 26)
WSP Nagasaki Day Demo, 1977 (August 9)
ERA Rally Central Park, 1977 (August 27)
Sacks Lodge, 1977 (October 7-10)
WSP Bazaar - Garage Sale, 1977 (October 15-16)
WSP Delegation to Cuba, 1977 (October 22)
Hearings: Transport of Radioactive Material NYC, 1977 (November 10)
Vinnie Burrows WSP at Village Vanguard, 1977 (October 30)
National Women's Conference, Houston, Texas, 1977 (November 18)

Box 5 [Acc. 96A-040]
Disarmament Working Group - Nuclear Disarmament, 1977 (December)
Demo across fr. St. Paris, Message to Carter about Neutron Bomb, 1977 (December 16)
Meeting - Report by Martha Baker about Trip to Cuba, 1977 (December 10)
Women's Lobby - Meeting With Koch, 1977 (December 6)
Meeting - Non-Governmental WSP Woman Leaders - Baker, 1977 (December 15)
Warnke, US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Letter to Ethel Taylor, 1978 (February)
Vietnam Revisited, 1978 (February 11)
International Women's Day, 1978 (March 8)
Luncheon Invitation 1978 (April 8)
WSP Luncheon Program, 1978 (April 8)
Luncheon, Table Layout, 1978 (April 8)
Luncheon Attendees, 1978 (April 8)
Luncheon Boutique, 1978 (April 8)
WSP Luncheon - General Thank you's, correspondence, packets, press, etc. 1978 (April 8)
WSP Luncheon, Educational Material, 1978 (April 8)
WSP Demo (Key to Disarmament), St. Pats, 1978 (April 18)
Transfer Amendment, 1978 (May)
Opening WSP Walk-a-Thon (SSOD), 1978 (May 23)
Conference for Non-Governmental Organizations on the United Nations Special Session on Disarmament, 1978 (March 11)
Mobilization Rally SSOD, 1978 (May 27)
UN Special Session on Disarmament, 1978 (May 23 - June 28)
Operation Turning Point Leadership Kit

Box 6 [Acc. 96A-040]
International Women's Meeting (SSOD), 1978 (May 28)
UN SSOD WSP and Coffee House
UN SSOD WSP and Key Tags
NATO Demo, Washington, D.C., 1978 (May 30)
Sacks Lodge Weekends Fund Raising, 1978 (June-October)
Sit-in at US Mission, 1978 (June 12)
WSP and Rosenbergs Rally, 1978 (June 19)
Ethel Taylor Testifies Before Senate Committee on Intelligence, 1978 (July 11)
Hiroshima Day, 1978 (August 6)
Microwave Testimony WSP, 1978 (October 5)
WSP Book Fair, 1978 (October 6-9)
Arms Bazaar Protest, 1978 (October 16)
Visit of FMC (Federacion de Mujeres Cubanas) Cuban Women, 1978 (November 1-15)
St. Pats. Demo, 1978 (December 10)
Meeting with Ukrainian Women, 1978 (December 7)

Acc. 97A-061
Box 1
Women for Peace- Berkeley, Oakland, 1975 - 1996
Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy
Alliance for Survival (Northern California)
Berkeley City Council
Coalition to Cut Military Spending
B-1 Bomber
Hiroshima Day activities
Feed the Cities

Box 2 [Acc. 97A-061]
Lobby day, 1979 (April 3)
Feed the Cities letterhead
Feed the Cities, Not the Pentagon
Oakland Women for Peace
Feed the Cities Conference, 1977 (February 2)
Disarmament- United Nations conference
Another Mother for Peace
Minutes of Planning Committee

Box 3 [Acc. 97A-061]
Log, 1977 - 1978
Log, 1979 - 1980

Box 4 [Acc. 97A-061]
Log, 1981 - 1982
Log, 1983 - 1985
Log, 1986 - 1988
Log, 1989
Log, 1990
Log, 1996

Acc. 98A-089

Box 1 [Acc. 98A-089]
We Are Angry Women- donors to advertisement, 1980 (June 1) [2 folders]
Alva Myrdal Award and speech1980 (May 29)
Washington, DC demonstration, Constitution for a Non-nuclear World 1980 (April 26)
Iran Rescue Mission press conference, 1980 (April 25)
Anti-draft demonstrations and actions 1980 (March - July)
Teach-in with the Mobe, 1980 (February 13)
International Year of the Child, background material 1979
Military budget, newspaper clippings 1979
Strontium 90 in milk update 1979
Journal 18th anniversary IYC ads, 1979 (November 3)
Journal 18th anniversary text, 1979 (November 3)
Journal 18th anniversary luncheon , Martha hostesses, 1979 (November 3)
Journal 18th anniversary program, 1979 (November 3)
Journal 18th anniversary arrangements, 1979 (November 3)
Journal 18th anniversary invitation, 1979 (November 3)
Anti-nuclear demonstration, New York City, all peace groups 1979 (Ocotober 28)
Demonstration, Washington, DC Prop. I, IYC, organizing for 1979, (October 13)

Box 2 [Acc. 98A-089]
Women against War meeting, 1980 (June 10)
We are the Guinea Pigs- film showing, 1980 (June 4)
Washington, D. C., demonstration- buses. 1979 (October 13)
Washington, D. C., demonstration- Proposition 1, 1979 (October 13)
International Year of the Child- original calls for May 12 postponed to October 13, 1979
Women Strike for Peace Program- D. C. demonstration- Proposition 1, 1979 (October 13)
Anti-nuke rally- New York, 1979 (September 23)
Coalition of Labor Union Women Conference, 1979 (September 13-16)
Nuclear moratorium campaign, 1979 (June 28)
Nagasaki Day, Times Square meeting, Martha Speaks, 1979 (August 9)
Anti-nuke hearing- Attorney General, 1979 (May 31)
Demonstration- Armed Forces Day M. F. S., 1979 (May 19)
March on Washington, D. C.- No More Harrisburgs- Three Mile Island, 1979 (May 6)
W. O. M. A. N. rallies, 1979 (February 11, May)
Witness for Peace weekly vigil, 1979 (April 14-)
Three Mile Island nuclear accident, 1979 (March – April)
P. S. R. advertisement- New England Journal of Medicine- nuclear power, 1979 (February)
Non-luncheon appeal letter, 1979 (February)
Opposition to Lieutenant General Signious, director of the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1979 (January 26)
New York arena meeting, church center, United Nations (Proposition 1), 1979 (January 20)
International Year of the Child- project and scrolls- Rights of the Child, 1979
Year of the Child, 1979

Box 3 [Acc. 98A-089]
Endorsements- Proposition 1, 1979
Follow-up- Proposition 1 campaign, 1979
Proposition 1, 1979
International Year of the Child- parents and teachers, 1979
Proposition 1- New York City Council resolution on Proposition 1 and power plants, 1979
Press conference- International Year of the Child- Proposition 1, 1979 (January 18)
Conversion, 1978 – 1979
Vietnam background material
Department of Defense budget- Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia actions and visits to Congress
S. 1- articles, informational material, and calls to action
Meeting, 1975 (November 15)
Cambodia and Vietnam, 1975
Civil defense- shelters and evacuations, 1978
R. O. T. C. and Women Strike for Peace, 1973

Box 4 [Acc. 98A-089]
Congressional correspondence (other than re: Vietnam), 1970’s
Vietnam letters and telegrams to President and Congress; responses, 1967 – 1975
Anti-Draft Press conference, 1980 (June 18)
Demonstration at Chinese United Nations mission, 1980 (October 24)
Women Strike for Peace 19th Annual Luncheon
--Invitation, 1980 (November 15)
--Menu and arrangements, 1980 (November 15)
--Program, 1980 (November 15)
--Layout of tables and attendees, 1980 (November 15)
--Thank you’s, etc., 1980 (November 15)
--Boutique, 1980 (November 15)
--Material distributed, 1980 (November 15)
Women’s Pentagon action, 1980 (November 16-17)
Saint Patrick’s demonstration, 1980 (December 17)
Indian Point- testimony to City Council, 1980
Bulletin (Central Intelligence Agency contribution), 1980
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1980
Women Strike for Peace 20th Anniversary Luncheon
--Program, 1981 (November, 21)
--Committee meetings and miscellaneous, 1981 (November 21)
--Boutique, 1981 (November 21)
--Elissa, 1981 (November 21)
--Materials and shipment to and from hotel, 1981 (November 21)
--Tickets- lunch orders and instructions, 1981 (November 21)
--Invitation, 1981 (November 21)
Demonstration- Stop General Haig, 1981 (January 9)
Women Strike for Peace Concert, 1981 (January 25)
Women’s Rights Day- D. C. Women Strike for Peace, 1981 (February 4)
Black America’s Stake in Peace- Hotel Roosevelt, 1981 (April 4)
United States Out of El Salvador, 1981 (April 18)
Demonstration on El Salvador to D. C., 1981 (May 3)
Mothers’ Day demonstration, D. C., 1981 (May 10)

Acc. 01A-005
Box 1
Publications, 1970 – 1979
Unlabeled folder
Leaflets, 1973
Leaflets and activities, 1974 - 1975
Correspondence to Peaceletter
Correspondence, 1976 – 1977
Correspondence, 1974 – 1975
New York press releases
New York political action- correspondence with senators, etc.
New York and national speeches
Letters to the editor
New York Research and Education Committee and Projects- Speakers Bureau
Newsletter- editors
Petition #2
Information packet
Peaceletter material
Correspondence re: Peaceletter
New York public relations correspondence- newspapers, radio stations, etc.
Minutes- unsorted
Mailings, 1975
Luncheon, 1981 (November 21)
New York- information re: groups
Record of leaflet orders
New York Women Strike for Peace general correspondence (incoming)
Correspondence, 1973
New York Women Strike for Peace- office procedures, 1963 – 1966
Thank you letters, 1973
National fundraising envelopes and general fundraising
National petitions

Box 2 [Acc. 01A-005]
Miscellaneous documents [3 folders]

Box 3 [Acc. 01A-005]
National office, 1970 – 1971
Luncheon, 1974 (November) and 1976 (April 3)
Reprints, 1972 – 1973
Press releases, 1972 – 1973
Liaison meeting, 1971 (April 10)
Ethel Taylor
National office, 1972
CCC meeting, 1975 (January 8)
National correspondence
Thank you letters, 1972
Season’s greetings received by Women Strike for Peace, 1970 – 1971

Box 4 [Acc. 01A-005]
Miscellaneous documents [3 folders]
Unlabeled folder
U. S. A. Today proofs
Unlabeled folder
New York correspondence, inquiries and requests for material, 1966

Box 5 [Acc. 01A-005]
New York correspondence, inquiries and requests for material, 1968
New York correspondence, inquiries and requests for material, 1967
National newsletters and literature
National office, 1970 – 1971 [2 folders]
Unlabeled folder
Boston Voice of Women
Sacramento Women for Peace
Washington, D. C., legislative office

Box 6 [Acc. 01A-005]
National anti-draft clearinghouse and amnesty
Forms and blanks (New York), 1971 and prior
Washington, D.C., Women Strike for Peace
Philadelphia Women Strike for Peace
San Francisco Women Strike for Peace
National Women Strike for Peace statements
Correspondence from Women Strike for Peace groups other than New York
National Women Strike for Peace fliers and leaflets
National Women Strike for Peace publicity
National office- Liaison Committee
N. C. C. Contact File
Rochester Women Strike for Peace
Women Strike for Peace international clearinghouse
Chicago Women Strike for Peace
Newsletters and fliers for Women Strike for Peace groups other than New York
Wheaton, Maryland, Women Strike for Peace
East Bay Women for Peace
Women Strike for Peace national correspondence- Washington, 1966 – 1968
Washington Legislative Line, Women Strike for Peace
National Women Strike for Peace press releases

Box 7 [Acc. 01A-005]
Women Strike for Peace California- correspondence, literature, etc.
Women Strike for Peace National peace education
National Women Strike for Peace position Statement
N. C. C.
Unlabeled folder
Correspondence, thank you letters, 1969 – 1971
Unlabeled folder
Membership renewals
Quotes and notes
Iraq, Kuwait
Middle East
The Netherlands- action and correspondence
National Women Strike for Peace correspondence, etc.
Coordinating Committee meeting- national, 1990 (February 7)
Board meeting- Philadelphia, 1989 (November)
National board meeting- Washington, D. C., 1989 (May 7-8)
National board meeting- Washington, D. C., 1989 (May)

Box 8 [Acc. 01A-005]
National board meeting- California, 1988 (November11-13)
Regional conferences and national conference- Washington, D. C., 1986
Conference- Berkeley, 1983
Closing of Philadelphia office
Women Strike for Peace issues and campaigns
National Women Strike for Peace- Peace Lines
“Dear Sister” letters
Women Strike for Peace emergency network
Women’s Watch (Congress)
Women Strike for Peace- Washington, D. C. office
National Women Strike for Peace- historical material
“In memoriam” letters
Speakers list
Form letter for membership inquiries
Press contacts
Correspondence, 1984 – 1986
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty campaign
Leaflets- New York and national
Educational- Don Amter, 1999 (October 23)
Educational- Reverend Lucius Walker, 1999 (October)
Luncheon- Blanche Cook, 1997 (October 25)
Educational- Frances Fox Piven, 1996 (October 26)
Luncheon- Southgate Hotel, 1995 (October 21)
Luncheon- Southgate Hotel, 1993 (October 30)
Educational- Congressman Nadler, 1994 (October)
Educational- Ellsberg, 1992 (November)
Educational- Commoner (Mark Cohen), 1992 (April 25)
Coordinating Committee meeting- Washington, D. C., 1991 (June 19)
Educational meeting, (November 17)

Box 9 [Acc. 01A-005]
Luncheon- Bella Abzug, Ethel Taylor, Martha Baker- Days Inn, 1991 (November 23)
Educational- Aaron Tovish, 1990 (June 2)
Miscellaneous documents
Educational- Sternglass, 1989 (May 6)
Educational meeting, 1988 (October)
Educational forum, 1987 (October 31)
Luncheon- William Sloane Coffin, 1988 (May)
Educational meeting- Reverend Callahan, 1987 (April 14)
Women Strike for Peace luncheon, 1986
Educational events and meetings
Women Strike for Peace 23rd Anniversary Celebration, 1984 (November)
Luncheon- honoring Jean Shulman, 1983 (November)
Buffet luncheon, 1983 (June)

Acc. 01A-040
Box 1
--Requests for information and literature, 1981
--Peaceletter, 1981
--Peaceletter, 1979
CCC meetings
--1978 (January – May)
--1978 (June 7) [2 folders]
--1978 (June 21)
--1978 (July 19)
--1978 (August 16 and September 12)
Correspondence and acknowledgments from members, 1980
Correspondence- contributors, 1980
Correspondence- memorials and acknowledgments, 1980
General correspondence, 1980
Philadelphia meeting- regional, 1979 (February 11)
National Conference- Washington, D. C., 1979 (October 13-15)
CCC meeting, 1980
CCC meeting, 1981

Box 2 [Acc. 01A-040]
Executive Committee- New York, 1980 (October 2 and November 25)
National meeting, 1980 (June 20)
Executive Committee, 1981 (April 22)
National, 1981
National Conference, 1981 (May 15-17)
New names to “Draft” letter and Peaceletter
Steering Committee minutes- New York, 1969 – 1970
National meeting- New York, 1975 (June 25-26)
Regional meeting- New York, 1975 (October 9)
Eastern Regional Conference- Philadelphia, 1978 (February 19-20)
Eastern Regional meeting, 1978 (August 11)
Eastern Regional Conference- Philadelphia, 1978 (December 11)
National Conference- Berkeley, California, 1978 (October 20-22)
National Conference- SALT I, 1978
National Conference- Year of the Child, 1978
Memoranda, etc., 1978
Correspondence, 1978
--Memorials and acknowledgments
--Federation of Cuban Women
--Requests for information and literature
Correspondence, 1979
--Requests for information and literature
--Memorials and acknowledgments
Correspondence, 1981
--Memorials and acknowledgments
--Acknowledgments from members and supporters
Information packets, 1982 and prior

Box 3 [Acc. 01A-040]
New York CCC minutes, 1969 [2 folders]
Membership letter and campaign, 1981
General correspondence, 1982
International Women’s Day, 1982 (March 6)
Operation Warning- Kiss the children goodbye, 1982 (March 3)
Threats to our civil liberties and struggle for peace, 1982 (March 27)
El Salvador- Washington, D. C., 1982 (March 27)
Saint Patrick’s action- There is no shelter from nuclear war, 1982 (April 28)
Freedom Ain't No Bowl of Cherries- theater party, 1982 (May 14)National meetings- International Demand Disarmament Day, 1981 (October 24)
Demonstration at 42nd Street Library- International Demand Disarmament Day, 1981 (October 24)
Demonstration- Operation Warning- Kiss the Children Goodbye, 1982 (June 2)
United Nations Second Disarmament Session, 1982 (June 12)
International Demand Disarmament Day demonstration, mobilization, 1982 (October 20)
Marathon, 1982 (October 24)

Box 4 [Acc. 01A-040]
Helen Caldicott- Women’s Party for Survival, 1976 – 1981
Boycotts, 1979
Congressional candidates- Directive 59, Proposition 1 campaign, 1980 (September)
Prescription for Survival, 1981
Prescription for Survival campaign- Proposition 1, 1981

Acc. 10A-076
Box 1
Out of the Kitchen and Into the Streets: How the Mothers of Women Strike for Peace Took on Disarmament and Peace in the 1960s
Material from Refile Box (1992)
Material from Refile Box (1993)
Material from Refile Box (1994)
Material from Refile Box (1995)

Acc. 2013-050: Dagmar Wilson Papers
Box 1
Americans Want to Know: Cambodia Correspondence, 1966
Americans Want to Know, 1966
Articles Written for Americans Want to Know, 1966
Miscellaneous Publications: "War and Peace and the Problem of Berlin", "Let There Be a World", "Women Strike for Peace Memo, Vol. 2, #1", "The German Problem: Roadblock to Disarmament", "The Story of Disarmament", and miscellaneous flyers.

Box 2 [Acc. 2013-050]

Education Committee, 1979-1985
Current, 1982
LCCND (Loudoun County Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament) Meeting, 1986

Box 3 [Acc. 2013-050]
LCCND (Loudoun County Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament) - Current, 1986 [2 Boxes]
Unfinished Business [2 Boxes]

Box 4 [Acc. 2013-050]
MS (Draft of Ethel Taylor's Book?), 1996
Women Strike for Peace (WSP) Friends, 1995-1996
Women Strike for Peace Chapter, 1989
Flyers/Correspondence, 1991
1961 Committee on Human Dignity
Peace - Unfiled

Box 5 [Acc. 2013-050]
Peace - Unfiled 2
China Friendship Committee, 1975
Disarmament/Test Ban Treaty, 1960-1962
SANE Nuclear Policy, 1960
Correspondence, Publications and Statements, 1962 [2 folders]

Box 6 [Acc. 2013-050]
Emergency Civil Liberties Committee: Correspondence and Publications, 1960-1961
Vietnam, 1972-1974
Amnesty, 1973
Women Strike for Peace (WSP) Records, 1968-1971

Box 7 [Acc. 2013-050]
House Un-American Activities Committee, 1965
Americans Want to Know: Cambodia, 1966
Americans Want to Know: Cambodia, 1967
Women Strike for Peace -The German Problem: Roadblock to Disarmament, 1966
Americans Want to Know - Cambodia: Correspondence, 1966-1967

Box 8 [Acc. 2013-050]
Women Strike for Peace: Miscellaneous Publications, German Problem
Dagmar's Committee: Cambodia Correspondence, 1967
Multi-Lateral Force and Proliferation of Nuclear Arms Through NATO, 1964
Outgoing Mail on "The German Problem", April-July 1964
NATO: December 17 1964 - January 1965
Timetable of US-USSR Disarmament, 1962
Germany: Press Clippings after book was published, 1964
Disarmament, 1964-1971
Vietnam, 1964-1967

Box 9 [Acc. 2013-050]
Berlin Letters, 1961
Miscellaneous: German Problem, 1963-1964
Correspondence on Disarmament Book, 1962-1964
Correspondence, Statements, Press Clippings: 1967-1968
The German Problem: Research, Clippings, etc.
The German Problem: Old Drafts
Miscellaneous Flyers and Handouts

Box 10 [Acc. 2013-050]
Women Strike for Peace: Peace Lines - 1988-1991
Women Strike for Peace: Booklets and Flyers
Women Strike for Peace: 31st Anniversary Celebration, Miscellaneous Flyers and Booklets, 1992
Plutonium Project, 1994
Nuclear Disarmament - Dagmar, 1996
The Hague - Dagmar, 1995-1996
World Court Project - Hague, 1994-1995
World Court, 1993-1995
Slocome - Peace Women, 1992
Nuclear Disarmament - Reports, Articles: 1994-1995
The Value of Peace Making, Keeping, and Building: 1993
Main Issues, 1991
Bud and Ruth Schultz: "Political Repression" 1985

Box 11 [Acc. 2013-050]
Art Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1990
Recent Correspondence, Miscellaneous Documents, 1988-1989
Women Strike for Peace Friends: Personal Correspondence
Thank You Notes for "The Story of Disarmament", 1964
Correspondence on Disarmament Book, 1963-1965

Box 12 [Acc. 2013-050]
Incoming-Outgoing Mail on Disarmament Book, 1962-1965
Receipts, Checks, Financial Records, 1963
Test Ban Treaty, UN Disarmament Pact, 1962
Women Strike for Peace: Disarmament Research Committee, 1962
Questions to US Disarmament Agency, 1961-1962
Disarmament Negotiations: Geneva, Newspaper Clippings, History of Disarmament - 1962
Khrushchev Peace Proposal, 1960-1962
Disarmament Campaign: Information, History, Press Clippings, 1962

Box 13 [Acc. 2013-050]
"The Story of Disarmament" - Draft and Materials, 1962
Intercollegiate Conference on Disarmament and Arms Control, and Miscellaneous Related Publications, 1962
"The Story of Disarmament" - Final Copies

Box 14 [Acc. 2013-050]
Wolf, Warner and Trible, 1983-1984
Press: Loudoun County, 1979-1985
Dagmar Wilson Miscellaneous Peace Work
Janet Bunbury
Recent Communications, 1985
Quaker Peace and Social Concerns Committee, 1984
ACDA News Today, 1985-1986
Nuclear Weapons FREEZE Campaign
Arms Control and Central America

Box 15 [Acc. 2013-050]
Notes by Dagmar Wilson. 1980s
Miscellaneous Women Strike for Peace, 1986
Dagmar Wins
Women Strike for Peace History
Star Light: An Alternative to "Star Wars", Monterey Peninsula Herald, June 20 1985
The Ribbon, 1985
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1971-1975
Miscellaneous Newspapers
Americans Want to Know: Press Releases
Miscellaneous Germany
Nuclear Arms for NATO, 1963
Americans Want to Know Campaign: 1966, Cambodia/Vietnam Border
Congressional Records - Mike Mansfield, Berlin in a Changing Europe
Course on Disarmament, 1962

Box 16 [Acc. 2013-050]
Vietnamese Art Prints (removed to oversized graphics collection)
Miscellaneous Dagmar Wilson
German Booklet - Drafts
German Booklet - Gallery Proofs
Berlin Crisis and NATO
Washington Post and the Peacenics
Peace Making Day: Loudoun County Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament, May 30 1983
FREEZE - Congress
Women Strike for Peace and Loudoun County: Disarmament Activities, 1979-1981
Women + Peace

Box 17 [Acc. 2013-050]
Dagmar Wilson Speech and Letters, 1981-1983
Women Strike for Peace, 1981-1983
Draft Chapters 1-5 - Amy Swerdlow's Dissertation with Dagmar's Biographical Corrections, 1981
Loudoun County Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament, 1983-1984
Disarmament - Other Voices
Women Strike for Peace 21st Annual National Conference - October 1st to 4th, 1982
Loudoun County Citizens for Nuclear Disarmament, 1982
Peace Press, 1982-1983

Box 18 [Acc. 2013-050]
1967 Spring Mobilization
Janet Newman/Vietnam Clippings/Comments
Vietnam Lawyers Committee 1967
Friends Committee
Is Cambodia Next? 1967
ZIFF - Isidore Ziferstein
Vietnam Correspondence, 1967
Vietnam Freedom of Speech, Poor People, Clippings - 1968
Vietnam Non-WSP Action

Box 19 [Acc. 2013-050]
FREEZE (National + Virginia)
National Conference 1972
WSP Memo 1972-1975
WSP 10-13-79
WSP 1981/20 Years
WSP Commemorative Book 1961-1979, Proposition Speeches
General Notes by Christopher Wilson
Bella Abzug
Canadian Peace Assembly
China Policy 1966
The Draft 1967

Box 20 [Acc. 2013-050]
Miscellaneous 1984

Unknown Accession
Box 1
Launching Women Strike for Peace and Survival, 1975 (May 14)
File of Ethel Taylor, miscellaneous WSP files, 1975 (December)

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