Swarthmore College Peace Collection

John Nevin Sayre Papers, 1885-1982 (bulk 1922-1967)

Collection: DG 117

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Descriptive Summary
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers.
John Nevin Sayre (1884-1977)
John Nevin Sayre Papers (DG 117)
Inclusive Dates
Call Number
DG 117

Language of Materials
Materials in English
37 linear feet [papers only]
Pacifist who spent over 40 years at the helm of the Fellowship of Reconciliation.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
Boxes in Series I are stored off-site. Please contact the Curator two weeks in advance of visit to order boxes.
Usage Restrictions
Alternate Form of Material
Acquisitions Information
Donor/Depositor: John Nevin Sayre and Faith Sayre Schindler
Received: 1975, 1978, 1981, 1993, 1998
Processing Information
Processed by Wilma Mosholder, 19__-1999; checklist prepared by Wilma Mosholder, 1999, with assistance from Tina Wong (class of 1999)
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the John Nevin Sayre Papers (DG 117), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright may have been transferred to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection or may have been retained by the creators/authors (or their descendants), in this collection, as stipulated by United States copyright law. Please contact the SCPC Curator for further information.

Online Catalog Headings
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Related Collections
Fellowship of Reconciliation Records (DG 013)
International Fellowship of Reconciliation Records (CDG-B Netherlands)

Historical Background
John Nevin Sayre (1884-1977) described himself as a "peace apostle whose life has been devoted to the waging of peace and opposition to war." He was ordained to ministry in the Episcopal Church in 1911. He joined the Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) in December 1915, only weeks after the American branch was organized. These events defined the course that his life took.

Sayre was born in Bethlehem, PA, one of two sons of a "captain of American industry" whose family was engaged in the development of the steel industry and railroads. Their maternal grandfather was a clergyman who became a college president. The boys had a privileged childhood; they were sent to boarding schools and summer camps. Nevin studied at Princeton and graduated in 1907. Francis studied at Williams College and Harvard Law school. He was married to a daughter of President Wilson in a ceremony at the White House at which Nevin officiated. Francis entered the diplomatic service and held important posts in the government of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Nevin benefited by gaining access to Presidents Wilson and Roosevelt and other prominent persons like General Douglas MacArthur and Emperor Hirohito.

Nevin Sayre, having decided to enter the ministry, then studied at Union Theological Seminary in New York for two years. He finished his graduate work at the Episcopal Theological School at Cambridge in 1911, and was promptly ordained.

The next few years were an exploratory period during which he considered a career in education, missionary work or the ministry. While working at Princeton in 1914, he heard a lecture on Christianity and war which prompted him to examine the teachings of Jesus on the use of force and the love of enemies. It became clear that Jesus was an "unequivocable pacifist" and that he "totally rejected war". Sayre never doubted that conclusion which became a guiding principle for the rest of his life. When he learned about the Fellowship of Reconciliation, he promptly became a member in December 1915.

Earlier that year, feeling an urge to preach, he responded to the call to the pastorate of Christ Episcopal Church in Suffern, NY which he served during the war years 1915-1919. The congregation of this village church did not curtail his freedom to uphold a strong pacifist position. Nevertheless after the war ended, he felt a call to be an "evangelist to youth and other parishes". He resigned his pastorate in 1919 to become one of the founders of the Brookwood community school which was conceived by a group of members of the F.O.R. for the purpose of "training builders of the new world". He taught there until 1921 when Brookwood became a "workers' college" under new leadership.

1922 was a year of transition. In February he was married to Kathleen Whitaker. She was a young English woman who came to the U.S. in 1916 with her widowed mother. They were Christian pacifists who found the pro-war spirit in English churches and society to be intolerable. Kathleen took a business course and then offered her services at the F.O.R. office where she was promptly engaged by Norman Thomas. Nevin Sayre, in writing his memoirs half a century later, devoted a chapter to "Companions in the Faith". He said that she was "first and foremost" in an international group of comrades. That same year he became editor of The World Tomorrow, a pacifist journal published by the Fellowship Press, and continued in the position until 1924. He had been writing for the publication since its beginning in 1918. He returned to journalism in 1940 when he edited Fellowship magazine for five years while serving as co-secretary of the F.O.R. with A.J. Muste.

For more than forty years (1924-1967) Sayre was an integral part of the national F.O.R. staff. He had worked briefly as associate secretary, along with the secretary Paul Jones in 1921. Following his period with The World Tomorrow, he served again as associate secretary from 1924 to 1935. Then he was F.O.R. chairman from 1935 to 1940. When A.J. Muste became secretary in 1940 he and Sayre headed the staff as "equal partners" until Sayre resigned that position to become the international secretary in 1947. He continued working full time in the international field until 1967 when a stroke forced his retirement.

Sayre's first active involvement in the international aspects of peacemaking probably occurred in January 1921. He spent three weeks in Germany with an international reconciliation team. They observed post-war conditions, and talked with groups and individuals, including Quaker relief workers, in 15 urban areas. In the years that followed, Sayre made frequent trips to Europe, including Russia (1929, 1932) and Eastern Europe (1938). More extensive tours, with his wife Kathleen, took them to the far east in 1949-1950, to South Africa in 1952, and to South America in 1958.

Most of Sayre's international work was done in the context of the International F.O.R. (I.F.O.R.). He became chairman of the I.F.O.R. in 1935 and remained in that position until 1955. During that time he presided over six meetings of the I.F.O.R. Council. Thereafter he continued to undergird the financial support of the organization. A distinctive feature of the I.F.O.R. work which began in the 1930s was the use of traveling secretaries for spreading the peace message to Asia, Africa and Latin America. These notable messengers were Muriel Lester, André and Magda Trocmé, Hildegard and Jean Goss-Mayr. Sayre's own network of contacts throughout the world is evident in the extensive files of his correspondence, country by country, with individuals and F.O.R. groups.

The broad interests of Sayre often involved him in working with other organizations. He participated in the founding of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and served on the Board of Directors from 1918-1928. He helped to form the Committee on Militarism in Education in 1925 and was its first chairman. He served as president of the National Peace Conference in 1935-1938 and led several of its delegations to the White House. Sayre also participated in some special projects undertaken jointly with other peace groups. In 1927-1928 he led a Mission of Peace and Good Will to Central America which was sponsored by the F.O.R. and the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC). The team of four, including a woman, lectured and made contacts in four countries and at the Pan American Congress in Havana. Their immediate aim of ending the fighting in Nicaragua was not accomplished, but they succeeded in laying the groundwork for a 5-year F.O.R. program in Central America. In Asia in 1950 Sayre took the initiative in an international act of compassion. When he and his wife were on their world tour, they learned that Japanese soldiers who had been accused of war crimes in the Philippines were still in prison there, some to be executed. With the support of the International F.O.R. and a committee of the Tokyo YMCA, Sayre went directly to Philippine President Quirino. Before leaving office in1953, he commuted the sentences of all the Japanese prisoners, thus freeing them to return to their country and families.

As a devotee of the "pacifist faith" Sayre found it necessary to go beyond preaching it in general and urge it on particular individuals in key positions of power, as in the case of President Quirino above. This practice of "speaking truth to power" was facilitated by his brother Francis B. Sayre who was a son-in-law of Woodrow Wilson and who held important diplomatic positions in the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt from 1933 to 1952. In 1918-1919 Nevin Sayre had three private interviews with President Wilson which were productive. In 1936 and 1938 he led delegations of the National Peace Conference to the White House which were cordially received. In October 1949 when Nevin and Kathleen Sayre were on their world tour, they had two visits in Japan which were social occasions. They were luncheon guests of General Douglas MacArthur and his wife at the American Embassy, and they were received by the Emperor and Empress of Japan at the royal palace. In both cases they conversed about the favorable circumstances which characterized the post-war period in Japan.

The significance and influence of Sayre's life work are summarized by John M. Swomley, a colleague of Sayre on the national staff of the F.O.R. from 1940-1960 and its executive secretary 1953-1960. He wrote a biographical series titled "John Nevin Sayre: Peacemaker" for Fellowship magazine, 1977-1979. The following excerpt is taken from the beginning of the first article published November 1977:

"John Nevin Sayre was one of the great figures of the American peace movement. He lived an unusual life, dedicated fully to world peace. He invested himself and his fortune in movements for radical but peaceful change. He was the associate and advisor of men and women who became more famous, but who could hardly be said to have had more influence. In many respects, the Fellowship of Reconciliation as an organization is an ongoing tribute to his unswerving commitment and intelligent leadership. For fifty-two years he served the Fellowship in various capacities. No other person during that period, which spanned four wars, made a greater continuous world-wide contribution to the cause of world peace."

Collection Overview
On July 1, 1975 Sayre formalized his intention of depositing his "office files" in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection by signing a statement to that effect. It also included the files still at his home after they were no longer needed. The office files of twenty-four cartons were transferred to the SCPC in July 1975, along with the large accumulation of F.O.R. records at the national office in Nyack, NY. The curator of the Peace Collection decided that the Sayre materials should be a separate document group, DG 117. A unit within the Sayre Papers contained his files of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship, which were separated to form the nucleus of DG 118.

The collection of peace related materials at the Sayre home in South Nyack included four steel cabinets of reference files which he and his wife Kathleen had collected and used for half a century. There were also personal and family writings including small diaries from childhood throughout adulthood, and lifelong correspondence with his beloved brother Francis B. Sayre who became a prominent diplomat. A copy of John Nevin Sayre's unpublished memoirs was donated by his daughter Faith Sayre Schindler who arranged for a visit of several days in the home in 1978 in order to examine and select materials offered to the SCPC. These were brought to Swarthmore in July 1978.

In 1981 more cartons of Sayre materials were found at Shadowcliff, the national F.O.R. office. They included sermons and speeches, materials about Kathleen Sayre's peace work, and books and photographs from the period of the first World War.

Additional personal and family materials were contributed by Faith S. Schindler. In 1993 she sent a suitcase full of letters. The earliest were written by Nevin Sayre's parents in the 1890s. The bulk of the correspondence comprises the exchange of letters between Nevin and Kathleen from their courtship in 1921 through the years when he was delivering speeches and building structures of peace in the U.S. and around the world.

The last accession of Sayre material was received in July 1998 from Faith S. Schindler in response to a suggestion from the SCPC. It is a collection of photocopies of letters of condolence received by Kathleen W. Sayre at the time of Nevin Sayre's death in 1977.

Scope and Contents
The major part of the Sayre papers consists of the extensive correspondence of a lifetime which was centered in the Fellowship of Reconciliation. The principal categories are his American (U.S.) and international files. There is also a large quantity of family letters. Related to the international correspondence are the files of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.), of which Sayre was chairman in 1935-1955. They include meeting minutes and reports of Conferences, the Council and Executive Committees. These files also contain historical records, materials on policy discussions, adjunct programs and fund raising. There are some miscellaneous historical materials of the F.O.R.-USA concerning Sayre's particular interests, like the 1933 referendum of the membership. Another series is given to programs and special projects of the F.O.R.-USA, 1919-1958, some in collaboration with other organizations. These files include correspondence, meeting minutes, reports and releases.

Some of Sayre's principal correspondents were: Devere Allen, Roger N. Baldwin, Percy W. Bartlett, Arthur W. Blaxall, Vera Brittain, K.K. Chandy, E. Philip Eastman, Hildegard and Jean Goss-Mayr, Allan A. Hunter, Howard Kester, Herbert Jehle, Muriel Lester, Kaspar Mayr, Wilhelm Mensching, Premysl Pitter, Charles E. Raven, Henri Roser, Paul M. Sekiya, Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze, Emily Parker Simon, Glenn E. Smiley, John M. Swomley, Evan W. Thomas, Charles A. Thomson, and André and Magda Trocmé.

The private side of Sayre's life is expressed primarily in family letters (1892-1972) particularly with his brother Francis B. Sayre, a prominent diplomat, and his wife Kathleen Whitaker Sayre. Additional autobiographical sources are pocket diaries and travel journals. His unpublished memoirs, written after his stroke, are a compilation of reflective writings on aspects of his personal and public life.

Writing and speaking were important aspects of Sayre's most active years. His periodical articles, pamphlets, mimeographed reports on F.O.R. work, hearings in Washington, broadcasts, letters to public officials and editors constitute one category. Another includes sermons and study series given in churches which are mainly in manuscript, often in outline or notes. Sayre kept collections of frequently used illustrations and quotations. Supplemental records about speaking engagements include press clippings, schedules, titles, etc. An extensive subject file, which he and his wife assembled, provided them with ample reference materials, in all printed forms, on national, international and religious issues.

Photographs, mostly of individuals, groups at meetings, and conference sites, were removed to the Photograph Collection. One box contains photos of various sizes re: World War I, including relief work.


In general the arrangement of the Sayre papers corresponds to the broad categories used by Sayre and his secretaries. The collection is comprised of nine series as listed below. Subdivisions were made in some series for the sake of logic and clarity. Individual Arrangement pages precede each series except for Series I, Reference Files.
Series A: American (USA) Correspondence, 1909-1972
Series B: International Files, 1922-1974
Series C: International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.), 1919-1969
Series D: Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA, 1915-1965 Historical Records of special interest to Sayre
Series E: Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA, 1919-1967 F.O.R. Programs; Special Projects
Series F: Writings, Lectures, Sermons by Sayre, 1908-1967
Series G: Speaking Engagements and Trips, 1923-1967 United States and Overseas
Series H: Biographical and Personal Records: Family Letters, 1885-1982 [Memoirs, tributes, obituaries of Sayre and wife, Academic life; Pastoral Ministry, Public engagements and Press clippings, Pocket Diaries; Travel Journals, Sayre Family Letters and memorabilia]
Series I: Reference Files (articles, clippings, pamphlets) 1902-1967 [boxes are stored off-site]

F.O.R. Officials during the Sayre years (lists):
Executive Secretaries of F.O.R.-USA
Chairmen of National Council of F.O.R.-USA
International F.O.R. (I.F.O.R.) Executives and Council Chairmen

Series A consists largely of correspondence with individuals. Included are a few religious bodies, committees and foundations. In addition to letters there are also writings by some of the correspondents and material about them. The names are in alphabetical order. Within the folders the arrangement is by date. The bulk of the correspondence is from the mid-1930s through December 1967 when Sayre suffered a stroke. The first folder in Box 1 contains a small amount of early correspondence. In the same folder there is a list of early correspondents for whom there are individual folders.

Box 1
Miscellaneous, 1917 -early 1930s [includes notes]
A [collective folder]
Allen, Devere, 1925-1932
Allen, Devere, 1945-1955
Allen, Devere: by and about
Allen, Marie, 1963-1967
American Council for Judaism, 1961
American Friends Service Committee, 1944-1961
Ames, Winslow, 1948-1953
Arnett, John and Katharine, 1948-1966
Arnold, Eberhard H.C. and Emmy, 1957-1965
B [3collective folders]

Box 2
Bainton, Roland, 1943-1969
Balch, Emily Greene, 1933, 1956, 1960
Baldwin, Roger N., 1929-1930, 1943-1969
Baldwin, Roger N.: by and about
Barnes, Roswell P., 1940-1964
Beardsley, Helen M., 1947-1969
Beaver, Gilbert and Jean, 1952, 1965
Bell, Colin, 1947-1949, 1958, 1966
Berrigan, Daniel, 1958-1967
Best, Ernest, 1957-1968
Boehmer, Peter J., 1965-1967
Bosley, Harold, 1951-1955, 1959, 1962
Boss, Charles F., 1941-1957
Brewer, Thomas, 1963
Brumbaugh, Thoburn T., 1951-1963
Burr, Hugh Chamberlin, 1946-1960
Buttrick, George A., 1951-1963
Byers, Gardner K., 1930
C [collective folder]

Box 3
Campbell, Margaret, 1941-1968 [2 folders]
Carpenter, George, 1954-1968
Carpenter, J. Henry, 1942-1954
Chalmers, Allan Knight, 1939-1961
Chatfield, Charles, 1960-1966
Chatfield, Charles: critique of mss., 1966
Chatfield, Charles: Europe, 1967
Chatfield, Charles, 1967-1971
Cleghorn, Sarah, 1941-1947
Collins, George, 1950-1968
Crary, Bruce L., 1948-1957
Curry, A. Stauffer, 1949, 1957-1969

Box 4
D [collective folder]
Dahlberg, Edwin T., 1957-1960
Davidson, John F., 1950-1965
Davis, Jerome, 1947-1969
Day, Dorothy, 1949, 1952, 1967
Deems, Charles Price, 1915-1955
Durell, Thomas J., 1942-1964
Durgin, Russell, 1948-1956
Dyhrenfurth, Hettie, 1948-1954
E [collective folder]
Eatherly, Claude R., 1959-1960
Eaton, Eleanor, 1954-1963
Ehrensperger, Harold, 1953-1954
Elkinton, J. Passmore, 1944-1966
Elliott, Philips P., 1951-1961
England, J. Martin, 1950-1967
Etter, Orval, 1946-1956

Box 5
Evans, Hermene, 1964-1969
Exman, Eugene, 1942-1961
F [2 collective folders]
Farquharson, Mary, 1942-1946
Fey, Harold E., 1936-1964, 1972
Fiscus, Rosalind, 1949-1957
Fisk, Alfred G., 1947-1959
Flanagan, Sue, 1943-1955
Fosdick, Harry Emerson, 1944-1956
Fulton, R. Brank, 1951-1967
G [collective folder]
Galt, Ralph and Louisa, 1942-1956, 1964
Gemmer, H. Robert, 1949, 1961-1968
Goodfellow, Eunice A., 1953-1956, 1972

Box 6
Gray, Philip H., 1953-1969
Gregg, Richard B., 1933-1969 [2 folders]
Gregg, Richard B., [re: African edition of The Power of Non-violence]
Group on War and the Churches, 1923-1924
H [3 collective folders]
Hammill, Robert H., 1954-1968
Hamilton, Anna, 1955-1958
Hammond, Esther Fiske (estate), 1955-1956
Hammond, William, 1950-1967

Box 7
Hancox, Herbert F., 1940s, 1960s
Harding, Glenn, 1953, 1963
Harkness, Georgia, 1942-1956
Hasler, Alfred, 1941-1971
Hatch, Barbara (Memorial Fund), 1962-1967
Hatch, Harold A., 1942-1959
Hatch, Harold A., and family, 1960-1970
Heard, Gerald, 1942-1949, 1954
Heidbrink, John C., 1960-1969
Hirabayashi, Gordon, 1942-1944; addenda, 1984
Hoffman, Conrad, 1935-1958
Hogg, Daniel, 1946-1948
Hogle, George, 1952-1969
Holmes, John Haynes, 1924-1964
Horton Robert, 1943-1958
Houser, George M., 1944-1968
Houser, George M.: reports on Africa, 1953-1954
Hughan, Jessie Wallace, 1930, 1936, 1955

Box 8
Hull, Cordell (Secretary of State), 1937-1943
Hungerford, Robert, 1950-1967
Hunter, Allan A., 1942-1966
Hunter, Allan A.: by and about
Huxley, Aldous, 1945-1948, 1961
Hyslop, Ralph D., 1962-1965
I [collective folder]
Iglehart, Charles, 1945-1969
J [collective folder]
Jack, Homer, 1952-1954
Jehle, Herbert, 1940-1969 [2 folders]
Jehle, Herbert: addenda, 1944-1949, 1963
Johnson, Byron and Kay, 1958-1966
Johnson, E.H., 1952-1954
Johnston, Mary, 1950-1967
Jones, E. Stanley, 1941-1967

Box 9
Jones, Paul, 1917-1918 [re: his trial]
Jones, Paul: by and about
Jones, Robert Cuba, 1944-1952, 1962
K [collective folder]
Kester, Howard, 1930-1934, 1964-1967
Kilpatrick, William H., 1942-1943, 1958-1959
King, Martin Luther, 1956-1966
L [collective folder]
Lakey, George, 1966-1967
Larabee, Kent R., 1954-1960
Lawrence, Charles R., 1955-1965
Lawrence, W. Appleton, 1942-1969
Lawson, James M., 1960-1966
Lee, J. Oscar, 1958-1964
Lefever, Ernest W., 1943-1947
Leiper, Henry, 1941-1947
Lentz, Theodore F., 1956-1968

Box 10
Libby, Frederick J., 1949-1967
Loescher, Frank S., 1953, 1962
Longstreth, Walter C., 1963-1967
Ludlow, Theodore R. and Helen, 1950-1967, 1976
Lyman, Mary E.W., 1955-1966
M [2 collective folders]
McConnell, Ben H., 1943, 1950, 1956
McCorkel, Roy, 1948-1949, 1954
McCrackin, Maurice F., 1958, 1962
McCulloch, Margaret, 1948-1967
McKee, Elmore M., 1947, 1960-1967, 1972
Matthews, Joseph B., 1929-1933, 1953-1954, 1960s [by and about]
Mennonite Central Committee, 1950-1955, 1963-1968
Miller, William R., 1958-1969
Mitchell, Walter, 1940-1966
Molnar, Enrico, 1939-1965

Box 11
Moody, Curtiss, 1958-1966
Moon, Robert, 1954-1964
Moors, Ethel Paine, 1939-1954
Muelder, Walter, 1950-1961
Muste, A.J., 1936, 1940-1947
Muste, A.J., 1948-1965
Muste, A.J.: FBI accusations, 1957
Muste, A.J.: writings
Muste, A.J.: material about Muste
Muste, A.J.: obituaries and tributes
Mygatt, Tracy, 1947-1959
N [collective folder]
Nash, Vernon, 1949-1958
Naylor, Kurtis, 1966-1968
Nelson, Claud D., 1935-1967
Nelson, John Oliver, 1950-1964
Newton, Ray, 1944-1958
Niles, Henry, 1947-1948, 1965

Box 12
O-P [collective folder]
Paddock, Bishop Robert L. (estate), 1939-1942
Page, Kirby and Alma, 1943-1965
Page, Kirby: by and about
Paine, George Lyman, 1942-1963
Paine, Goerge Lyman, 1964-1968
Paine Peace Foundation: charter and meeting minutes
Paine Peace Foundation: correspondence, 1949-1954
Paine Peace Foundation: correspondence, 1955-1961
Parson, Artley, 1954-1966
Pettengill, Robert B., 1947-1958
Pickett, Clarence, 1942-1964
Pierce, Edith Lovejoy, 1940-1950

Box 13
Pierce, Katharine C., 1942-1970
Podea, Mary and Titus, 1951-1969
R [collective folder]
Randall, Darrell, 1950-1965
Regas, George F., 1960-1967
Rheinstein, Sidney, 1960-1967
Rhoads, Grace, 1947-1955
Richards, Edward C.M., 1943-1970
Riles, Wilson, 1955-1959
Roberts, Richard, and family et al., 1942-1963
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1937-1944
Row, Harold, 1950-1969
Roy, Andrew, 1946-1966
Rumbough, Constance, 1939-1958
Russell, William K., 1950-1967

Box 14
Rustin, Bayard, 1943-1953, 1964
Rutenber, Culbert G., 1951-1955
S [2 collective folders]
Sangree, Carl M., 1946-1959
Schomer, Howard, 1950; 1958-1967 [3 folders]
Schwenck, Emerson S., 1944-1947
Scott, Lawrence, 1949, 1962
Seesholtz, Anne, 1940-1966
Sheppard, Cecilia, 1939-1953
Sherk, J. Harold, 1959-1967
Shove, Benjamin E., 1959-1969

Box 15
Simon, Emily Parker, 1946-1966 [3 folders]
Smiley, Glenn E., 1942-1972 [2 folders]
Sorokin, Pitirim A., 1956
Spencer, J.C., 1950-1967
Steere, Douglas V., 1940, 1945-1971 [5 folders]

Box 16
Steere, Douglas V.: travel letters, 1953-1967
Stinnes, Edmund H., 1946-1958, 1960-1967 [2 folders]
Swarthmore College Peace Collection, 1946-1967 [2 folders]
Swift, Arthur, 1941-1945
Swomley, John M., 1940-1948
Swomley, John M., 1950-1970
Swomley, John M.: by and about
Szilard, Leo, 1962-1964
T [collective folder]
Templin, Ralph, 1942-1947

Box 17
Thomas, Evan W., 1912-1922
Thomas, Evan W., 1939-1944
Thomas, Norman, 1918, 1932, 1961-1966
Thomas, Norman: by and about
Thomas, Winburn, 1943-1948, 1953-1969 [3 folders]
Tittle, John, 1963-1965
Tompkins, Alva and family, 1960-1966
Toureille, P.C., 1946-1947, 1951-1953
Trocmé family in U.S., 1953-1959
U-V [collective folder]
Uphaus, Willard, 1959-1961
Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1941, 1944-1945
Von Selle, Margaret, 1954-1958 [2 folders]

Box 18
Von Selle, Margaret, 1959-1962
W [2 collective folders]
Walker, Charles, 1952-1956
Walser, Gladys, 1949-1957
Watson, Albert G., 1947-1959
West, Dan, 1944-1962
White, Walter, 1942-1952
Whitney, Norman, 1941-1967
Whritner, Willis C., 1916-1922, 1950 [includes case of a railroad employee]
Wilde, J. Ernest and Almena, 1958-1963
Will, Herman and Rita, 1942-1959, 1964
Wilson, Woodrow: correspondence, 1909-1913
Wilson, Woodrow: invitation to inauguration, 1913
Wilson, Woodrow: Sayre as guest at White House, 1914
Wilson, Woodrow: correspondence, 1914-1920
Wilson, Woodrow: interviews re: C.O.s at Fort Leavenworth, espionage law, The World Tomorrow, 1918
Wilson, Woodrow: Sayre's evaluation of Wilson and conduct of World War I
Wise, J. Hooper, 1962-1974

Box 19
Wyckoff, D. Campbell, 1958-1964
Wyckoff, Dewitte, 1951-1957
Y-Z [collective folder]
Yamada, George, 1942-1945
Yoder, Howard W., 1954-1964
Yoder, John Howard, 1954-1966
Young, Herrick B., 1945-1970 [5 folders]
Young, Herrick B.: writings and travels
Yungblut, John, 1949-1966
Zigler, M.R., 1943-1958

SERIES B: INTERNATIONAL FILES [by country], 1922-1974
Series B contains the major part of the records of Sayre's work for peace around the world. He became Chairman of the International F.O.R. in 1935 and continued in that capacity until 1955. In 1946 he resigned as Co-Secretary of the F.O.R.-USA to become its International Secretary. In addition to the extensive correspondence with peace leaders, these files contain materials about the national groups affiliated with the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.), including their "basis" statements, meeting minutes and reports.
The correspondence with International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) General Secretaries, Regional and Traveling Secretaries, and other leaders is found under their respective countries. Consequently the files for the following are especially large: Great Britain, France, Germany, Austria and Uruguay.
The basic arrangement is alphabetical by countries and continents. The names conform to usage during Sayre's time; for example, Ceylon, Congo, Great Britain and Rhodesia. Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Panama Canal Zone are included. The arrangement under the name of a country depends partly on the quantity of material. In most cases there is only a small amount of miscellaneous, placed in a single folder with the inclusive dates. For the rest the following order is used:
-First, general/miscellaneous material, by date
-Second, F.O.R. records
-Third, correspondence (A-Z) with individuals and groups; topical material

Box 1
Africa: general and miscellaneous, 1947-1967
Algeria, 1932-1960
Argentina, 1941-1962
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1941-1969
-Barbieri, Sante U., 1949-1961
-Chartier, Richard, 1956-1970
-Hunt, Virginia M., 1943-1946
-Lurá-Villanueva, Daniel, 1944-1968
-Odell, Luis E., 1951, 1954
-Reinke, Isabel, 1941-1963
-Sievers, Bernard, 1946-1948
Australia, 1939-1969
Austria, 1942-1965
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1937-1966
-Grant, Donald, 1930-1933
-Mayr, Kaspar, 1928-1937

Box 2
-Mayr, Kaspar, 1946-1955 [2 folders]
-Mayr, Kaspar and family, 1956-1965, 1973
-Mayr, Hildegard, 1950-1957
-Mayr, Hildegard: Vienna Peace Center, 1956-1957
-Mayr, Hildegard, 1958
-Mayr, Hildegard: U.S. speaking tour, 1958
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean, 1959
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: World Youth Festival, 1959 [2 folders]
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: correspondence, 1960 [2 folders]

Box 3
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: correspondence, 1961
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: correspondence, 1961-1962 [South American tour)
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: correspondence, 1962-1965 [4 folders]
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: correspondence, 1965 [U.S. tour)
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: correspondence, 1966-1974 [3 folders]
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: reports on Europe, 1954-1961 [2 folders]

Box 4
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: reports on Europe, 1962-1970
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: reports on Vatican Council, 1961-1965
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard and Jean: reports on Latin America, 1962-1971 [2 folders]
-Goss-Mayr, Jean: by and about
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard: writings
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard: material about
-Goss-Mayr, Hildegard: publicity
-Rennert, Erwin, 1967-1968
-Schwarcz, Ernst, 1962-1967

Box 5
Bahamas, 1957, 1966
Belgium, 1935-1972
Belgium: Vernier family, 1939-1953
Bolivia, 1944-1963
Brazil, 1947-1967
-Baggio, Walter, 1957-1958
-Cardoso, Amancio C., 1958-1966
-Cruzada de Concordia Humana (Fellowship of Reconciliation) 1961-1965
-Fausel, Erich, 1947-1964
-Goss-Mayr reports, 1962-1967
-Labouriau, Judith, 1958-1966
Bulgaria, 1928-1960
Burma, 1950-1952
Canada, 1939-1968 [2 folders]
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): statement of purpose
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): meeting minutes and reports, 1944-1950 [2 folders]

Box 6
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): meeting minutes and reports, 1951-1967
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): releases, etc., 1942-1967
-Fahrni, Mildred, 1947-1967
-Griggs, Julian, 1964-1965
-Kneen, Brewster, 1956-1967
-Smith, J. Lavell, 1937-1959
-Strong, George, 1967-1968
-Watson, Albert G., 1942-1967
Ceylon (Sri Lanka), 1949-1967
Chile, 1943-1968
China, 1927-1952
-Articles, reports, etc., 1925-1963
-Japanese aggression, 1938-1939
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1925-1951, 1961-1966

Box 7
-Galt, Ralph and Louisa, 1940-1942 [2 folders]
-Muriel Lester: travel letters, 1935-1958
-Proposed International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) missions, 1960s
-Tang, Christopher, 1938-1966
-Thomas, Winburn, 1947-1950
Colombia, 1940-1966
Congo (Zaire) 1964-1966
Costa Rica, 1928-1932, 1940s, 1951-1967
Cuba, 1928, 1941-1946, 1958-1962, 1966
Czechoslovakia, 1938-1950
-Christian peace conference, 1952-1966
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1932, 1955

Box 8
-Kucera, Jan, 1948-1967
-Pitter, Premysl and Olga Fierz, 1938-1952
-Pitter, Premysl and Olga Fierz: while in Camp Valka, 1953-1954
-Pitter, Premysl and Olga Fierz: while in Germany and Switzerland, 1955-1969
-Pitter, Premysl and Olga Fierz: "Memories of ... Prague," 1955-1966
-Pitter, Premysl: by and about, 1951-1963
-Tutsch, Heinrich and Elsa, 1931-1939
-Vancura family, 1948-1949
Denmark: general and Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1932-1940, 1945-1969
Denmark: International People's College, 1949-1953
Egypt, 1948-1957
Finland, 1938-1940, 1946-1950, 1955-1963
France, 1931-1969 [2 folders]

Box 9
-Le Chambon: Trocmé and Theis correspondence, 1934-1953
-Le Chambon: Children's Colony, 1941-1943
-Le Chambon: seminars, 1947-1950
-Le Chambon: College Cévenol, 1945-1966
-C.O.s and war resisters, 1929-1940, 1950-1966
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1931, 1934, 1939-1940, 1945, 1949, 1956-1967
-Lasserre, Jean: correspondence and reports, 1961-1972
-Lasserre, Jean: speaking tour in U.S., 1964
-Lasserre, Jean: trip to Africa, 1966
-Lasserre, Jean: writings; material about
-Roser, Henri and Daniel Hogg, 1929-1938

Box 10
-Roser family, 1939-1946
-Roser, Henri, 1946-1969
-Roser, Henri: writings
-Trocmé, André: International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) appointment, 1946
-Trocmé, André and Magda, 1947-1953 [8 folders]

Box 11
-Trocmé, André and Magda, 1954-1959 [6 folders]
-Trocmé, André and Magda: closing of Maison de la Reconciliation and move to Geneva, 1960
-Trocmé, André and Magda: while in Geneva, 1961-1966
-Trocmé, André and Magda: while in Geneva, 1967-1971
-Trocmé, André and Magda: correspondence with J. Best re: publication of Trocmé's books in U.S., 1962-1966
-Trocmé, André and Magda: reports, 1947, 1951-1958
-Trocmé, Magda: reports and articles, 1947-1958
-Trocmé, André: reports from Algeria, 1955-1956
-Trocmé, André and Magda, and Alyce Reynier: reports on Maison de la Reconciliation, 1951-1959

Box 12
-Trocmé, André: speeches and writings, 1945-1971
-Trocmé, André: speaking tours, 1945, 1951, 1953 [3 folders]
-Trocmé, Magda: speaking tour for AFSC and Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1954
-Trocmé, André: speaking tours, 1955-1959/1960 [4 folders]
-Trocmé, André and Magda: farewell tea, New York, 1960
-Trocmé, André: material about
-Trocmé, Magda: material about
-Trocmé: addenda re: the Trocmés and Le Chambon [received from F.O.R.-USA, Nyack, 1996]
-Versailles property, 1958-1964

Box 13
-Vernier, Philippe: correspondence and trial, 1934-1962
-Vernier, Philippe: petition and signers, 1935
-Vernier, Philippe: delegation to French Embassy, 1935
-Vernier, Philippe: correspondence, 1962-1969, 1974
-Williams, Clayton et al. re: delivery of relief funds, 1940-1941, 1946
Germany, 1931-1939
-Articles and reports, 1945-1966 [3 folders]
-General correspondence, 1945-1957 [5 folders]

Box 14
-Versöhnungsbund / Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1922-1962 [scattered dates]
-Versöhnungsbund / Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): meeting minutes and reports, 1946-1969
-Versöhnungsbund / Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): Berlin Group reports, 1946-1970
-Versöhnungsbund / Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): historical notes and recollections
-Bremshey, Lucie, 1950-1954
-Brügelman, Asta, 1938-1952, 1964-1967
-Daur, Rudolf, 1947-1972
-Flügge family, 1946-1964
-Freundschaftsheim, 1948-1970 [4 folders]

Box 15
-Gressel, Hans, 1957-1964
-Helm, Wilfried, 1948-1949
-Hermann, Eva, 1946-1951
-Hoffmann, Hermann, 1946-1970
-Hofstedt, Helmut, 1948-1950, 1954
-Kloppenburg, Heinz, 1956-1969
-Krahé, Paul, 1949-1960
-Kraschutzki, Heinz, 1948-1960
-Lachmund, Margarethe, 1948-1967
-Maier, Hans, 1954-1956
-Martens-Edelmann, Agnes, 1946-1964
-Mensching, Wilhelm, 1938, 1945-1948
-Mensching, Wilhelm, 1949-1964
-Mensching, Wilhelm: by and about
-Metzger, Max Josef (Bruder Paulus): short writings; notes about him

Box 16
-Meyer zu Schwabedissen, Albert, 1953-1964
-Meynen family, 1949-1953
-Mohr, Eric, 1946-1950
-Nestler, Waldus and Louise, 1921, 1946-1970
-Niemoller, Martin, 1937-1965
-Oechslin, Ruth, 1947-1965
-Pleissner, Marie and Ilse, 1946-1973
-Poelchau, Harald, 1961, 1963
-Roper, Doris, 1948-1951
-Schuchardt, Irmgard, 1949-1972 [4 folders]

Box 17
-Siegmund-Schultze, Friedrich, 1948-1969 [5 folders]
-Siegmund-Schultze, Friedrich: re: memoirs,1955-1964
-Siegmund-Schultze, Friedrich, et al, re: International F.O.R. (I.F.O.R.) archives, 1965-1967, 1969-1971
-Siegmund-Schultze, Friedrich: writings
-Siegmund-Schultze, Friedrich: material about
-Siegmund-Schultze family, 1970-1972
-Stöhr, Hermann, 1929-1930
-Sumpf, Greta, 1946-1953
-Zednicek, Adolf, 1957-1961

Box 18
Great Britain
-Christ and Peace Campaign, 1929-1930
-Embassies of Reconciliation: correspondence, 1936-1939
-Embassies of Reconciliation: meeting minutes, reports, 1939-1961
-Embassies of Reconciliation: letters to E.O.R. Group, 1938-1961
-Embassies of Reconciliation: finances, 1936-1967
-Embassies of Reconciliation: releases, 1937-1939
-Embassies of Reconciliation: Seesholtz mission to Orient, 1940 -- correspondence and reports [2 folders]
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1915-1968 [2 folders]
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): conferences and council meetings, 1920-1954
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): Ffinances, 1949-1952
-Kingsley Hall, 1936-1948
-National Peace Council, 1936-1948

Box 19
Great Britain
-War Resisters' International, 1932-1960
-War Resisters' International: conferences, letters to Sections, etc., 1929-1957
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-A-Z [2 collective folders]
-Artingstall, Leslie, 1938-1944
-Balding, Alan, 1940-1965
-Bartlett, Percy W., 1936-1945 [8 folders]

Box 20
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-Bartlett, Percy W., 1946-1951 [11 folders]

Box 21
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-Bartlett, Percy W., 1952-1958 [10 folders]

Box 22
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-Bartlett, Percy W., 1959-1970 [4 folders]
-Bartlett, Percy W.: International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) historical records
-Bartlett, Percy W.: writings
-Bedford, Duke of, 1941-1953
-Bell, George K.A. (Bishop of Chichester), 1945-1958
-Bell, Ralph, 1966-1968
-Best, Ernest (International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) secretary), 1954-1957 [2 folders]
-Brittain, Vera, 1941-1948
-Brittain, Vera: U.S. speaking tour, 1946
-Brittain, Vera, 1956-1957
-Brittain, Vera, 1959-1967: The Rebel Passion [3 folders]

Box 23
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-Brittain, Vera: miscellaneous writings
-Brooke, Anthony, 1959-1961
-Brooke, Anthony: by and about
-Cadbury, Barrow, 1940-1958
-Carter, Henry, 1941-1945
-Catchpool, Corder, 1939-1954
-Davies, George M. Llwellyn, 1938, 1944, 1948
-Davies, Rhys, 1943-1949
-Eastman, E. Philip, 1957-1959 [2 folders]
-Eastman, E. Philip, 1959: U.S. speaking tour
-Eastman, E. Philip, 1960-1962 [5 folders]

Box 24
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-Eastman, E. Philip, 1962-1963: U.S. tours
-Eastman, E. Philip, 1963-1964 [3 folders]
-Eastman, E. Philip: dispute re: The Grange (headquarters), 1964-1965
-Eastman, E. Philip, 1965
-Eastman, E. Philip: U.S. tours, 1965-1966
-Eastman, E. Philip, 1966-1967
-Eastman, E. Philip: International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) reports, 1959-1966
-Farmer, Herbert: U.S. speaking tour, 1953-1954
-Ferguson, John and Lenora, 1955-1968
-Forrester-Paton, John, 1951-1955
-Frankel, Ernst, 1939, 1946-1947
-Fry, Ruth A., 1943-1955
-Goss, Isaac, 1930, 1938-1941
-Hobhouse, Stephen, 1943-1946, 1953
-James, Alan, 1967-1968
-Lansbury, George: material about
-Lester, Doris, 1941-1953

Box 25
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-Lester, Muriel: correspondence, 1934-1938
-Lester, Muriel: U.S. tours, 1934-1941
-Lester, Muriel: South American tour, 1941 [3 folders]
-Lester, Muriel: detention in Trinidad, 1941
-Lester, Muriel: correspondence, 1944-1947
-Lester, Muriel: U.S. tour, 1947
-Lester, Muriel: visa problem (China to U.S.), 1947
-Lester, Muriel: U.S. and Canada tour, 1948
-Lester, Muriel: world tours, 1948-1950
-Lester, Muriel: U.S. tour, 1949

Box 26
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-Lester, Muriel: world tour, 1950-1951
-Lester, Muriel: correspondence, 1951
-Lester, Muriel: U.S. tour, 1951
-Lester, Muriel: world tour, 1951-1952
-Lester, Muriel: correspondence, 1952 - 1953 (April)
-Lester, Muriel: U.S. tour, 1953
-Lester, Muriel: world tour, 1953-1954
-Lester, Muriel: U.S. tour, 1954
-Lester, Muriel: correspondence and tours, 1955-1958 [2 folders]
-Lester, Muriel: correspondence, 1959-1968
-Lester, Muriel: published writings (miscellaneous)

Box 27
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-Lester, Muriel: writings/speeches (mss.)
-Lester, Muriel: "Letters to Trainees," 1942-1943
-Lester, Muriel: radio broadcasts, 1947, 1951
-Lester, Muriel: material about
-Lester, Muriel: publicity for U.S. tours
-Lester, Muriel: travel letters, 1937-1958 [6 folders]
-Lester, Muriel: travel letters; mailing lists

Box 28
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-McClelland, Grigor, 1954-1965 [2 folders]
-MacGregor, George H.C., 1943-1963
-Maclachlan, Lewis, 1943-1969
-MacLeod, George, 1954-1968
-MacLeod, George: writings, etc.
-Macquire,Clifford, 1949-1969
-Raven, Charles E., 1938-1953
-Raven, Charles E.: U.S. speaking tour, 1950
-Raven, Charles E., 1954-1964
-Raven, Charles E.: material about
-Richards, Leyton and Edith, et al, 1932-1953

Box 29
Great Britain: correspondence with individuals
-Soper, Donald O., 1951-1966
-Stevenson, Lilian, 1928-1960 [3 folders]
-Tutschova (Tutsch), Elsa, 1939-1959
-Vermes, Henrietta, 1956-1959
-Wentink, J.J., 1967
Greece, 1946-1967
Haiti, 1930-1931
Hawaii, 1942-1963
Hong Kong, 1948-1965
Hungary, 1938-1948, 1963
India, 1930-1967, 1974 [2 folders]
-Articles, releases, reports, 1929-1966

Box 30
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): basis, history, etc.
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): meeting minutes and reports, 1950-1967 [2 folders]
-Publications, 1953-1967
-General correspondence, 1952-1969 [4 folders]
-Abraham, K.J., 1951-1965
-Alexander, Horace, 1930, 1951, 1966
-Aryanakam, E.W., 1960-1967
-Chandy, K.K., 1950-1952
-Chandy, K.K.: U.S. tour

Box 31
-Chandy, K.K., 1953-1969 [3 folders]
-Chandy, K.K.: reports, releases, etc.
-Chandy, K.K.: Kerala Balagram Christava Ashram, 1948-1961
-Joshua, J.P., 1956-1961, 1968
-Keithan, Ralph R., 1949-1968 [2 folders]
-Paul, C.S., 1950-1955
-Robertson, Bruce, 1963-1966
-Sadiq, John, 1950-1967

Box 32
-Sykes, Marjorie, 1962-1970
-Wolcott, Leonard T., 1948-1965
-World Pacifist Meeting, 1949: correspondence 1947-1949
-World Pacifist Meeting: program, reports, Sayre notes, etc.
-World Pacifist Meeting: delegates and Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) members
Indonesia, 1949-1961
Ireland, 1946-1957
Israel, 1953-1965
Italy, 1937-1968 [2 folders]
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1952-1967
Japan, 1930-1967 [3 folders]

Box 33
-Articles and reports, 1931-1962 [3 folders]
-Contacts [lists)
-Japan Council Against A and H Bombs, 1957-1959
-Japan-U.S. security treaty, 1951-1960
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) (in U.S.): releases about Japan, 1946-1960
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) (Yuwa Kai): history; statement of purpose
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): meeting minutes, reports, 1949-1969
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): general correspondence 1949-1969
-Ayusawa, Iwao, 1948-1966 [2 folders]
-Kagawa, Toyohiko, 1932-1964
-Kojimo, Shigeo, 1949

Box 34
-McMillan, Mary, 1947-1948, 1954
-Nonomiya, Hatsue, 1951-1956
-Rhoads, Esther, 1949-1953
-Sakamoto, Hiroshi, 1949-1963
-Sekiya, Paul, 1949-1954
-Sekiya, Paul: world tour, 1955-1956
-Sekiya, Paul, 1956-1964, 1970
-Shito, Reijiro, 1965-1968
-Walser, Gladys: trips to Japan, 1953
-Walser, Theodore, 1932-1933, 1938-1949, 1960
-Walser Memorial Fund, 1949-1957 [2 folders]
-World Pacifist Conference, 1954
Korea, 1947-1967
[Latin America: see South America and individual countries]
Lebanon, 1950-1958
Liberia, 1948-1963
Malaya, 1948, 1951

Box 35
Mexico, 1927-1930, 1942-1967 [2 folders]
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1941-1958
-Brocca, José, 1942-1947 [2 folders]
-De Koster, Pedro, 1952-1967 [3 folders]
-Duckles, Edwin, 1962-1966
-Estrello, Francisco, 1944-1953 [2 folders]
-Jones, Robert Cuba, 1953-1968, 1978

Box 36
-Reedy, Taylor, 1946-1958, 1963
-Rio de la Loza, Jorge, 1946-1948
-Sein, Heberto, 1942-1966
[Namibia: see Southwest Africa]
Netherlands, 1943-1966
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1959-1967
-Boeke, Kees and Beatrice, 1920-1937, 1940-1967
-De Graaf, Hannes, 1953-1969
-De Graaf, Hannes: U.S. lecture tour, 1959
-Heering, G.J., 1932, 1943-1946
-Hugenholtz, J.B.Th., 1933-1967
-Van Drimmelen, Katarina, 1956-1967
-Vancura, Zybnek, 1958-1964
New Zealand, 1944-1969
-Christian Pacifist Society and Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1916, 1940-1969
-Burton, Ormond and Helen, 1942-1944
-Burton, Ormond: imprisonment and appeals, 1943-1944

Box 37
New Zealand
-Burton, Ormond, 1963-1970 [3 folders]
-Burton, Ormond: writings
-Burton, Ormond: material about
Nigeria, 1946-1967
Norway, 1936-1968
Norway: articles, pamphlets, reports, 1942-1967
Norway: Oslo Youth Conference, 1947
Pakistan, 1950-1957
Palestine/Israel, 1939-1950
Panama Canal Zone, 1955-1958
Paraguay: Society of Brothers, 1941-1958
Peru, 1940-1960

Box 38
Philippine Islands, 1924-1969 [2 folders]
-Articles, reports, 1925-1940
-Hessel, Eugene, 1950-1967
Poland, 1931-1967
Puerto Rico: articles, releases, etc. 1945-1960
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): meeting minutes, reports, releases, 1944-1968
-Correspondence, 1944-1950
-Correspondence, 1954-1968 [3 folders]
-Correspondence with Bob and Lillian Pope, 1947-1964
-Correspondence with Herman Will, 1944-1951

Box 39
Puerto Rico
-CPS units in PR and Virgin Islands, 1942-1945
-Peacemakers visits, 1951 and 1958
-Political status, 1944-1954 [2 folders]
-Reynolds, Ruth: legal case, 1951-1959
-Sayre-Chalmers visit, 1945
Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) 1960-1967
-Correspondence, reports of trips, 1926-1930
-Correspondence with Julius Hecker, 1929-1930
-Correspondence, reports, etc. 1946-1967
-Tolstoyans, 1929-1964
-Proposed International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) visit to Moscow, 1956 [2 folders]

Box 40
South Africa, 1950-1965
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): basis, meeting minutes, reports, 1953-1965
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): general correspondence 1948-1969 [2 folders]
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): correspondence with Ella Elder, 1951-1967
- Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): correspondence re: April 6th demonstrations, 1952 [material removed from Series I (Reference), when that series was sent offsite in 2015]
-Blaxall, Arthur, 1950-1962 [5 folders]

Box 41
South Africa
-Blaxall, Arthur, 1963-1969 [3 folders]
-Blaxall, Arthur: trial correspondence, 1963
-Blaxall, Arthur: trial releases, reports, 1963
Blaxall, Arthurtrial press articles, 1963
-Blaxall Defense Fund, 1963
-Blaxall, Arthur: writings
-Blaxall, Arthur: material about
-Gandhi, Manilal, 1951-1956
-Zulu, Alphaeus H., 1960-1968
Southwest Africa (Namibia), 1951, 1960-1969
[South America: see also individual countries, especially Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay]
South America, 1941-1948, 1956-1959
South America: lists of contacts

Box 42
South America
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) publications [in Spanish]
-International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.): South American Committee, 1945, 1957-1967
-International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.): South American Committee -- meeting minutes, reports, 1961-1969
-International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.): travelers' reports, 1945-1967
-Seminars on Nonviolence, 1967-1968
Spain, 1931-1967
Sweden, 1939-1956
-Kristet Samhällsliv / Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1951-1969
-Beskow, Natanael, 1941-1953
-Gustavsson, Just, 1947-1967
Switzerland, 1931-1969
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1938-1966
-International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.): newsletters, 1940-1943
-Ceresole, Pierre and Service Civil International, 1920-1942
-Monastier, Elisabeth, 1931-1963 [2 folders]

Box 43
-Siegmund-Schultze, Friedrich, 1935-1948 [6 folders]
Tanganyika (Tanzania), 1952-1966
Thailand, 1950-1967
Turkey, 1949-1967
[United Kingdom: see Great Britain]
Uruguay, 1947-1967 [major files of the South American Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.)]
-Consultation on Nonviolence, 1966
-Loureiro, J. Antonio, 1944-1957 [2 folders]
-Odell, Luis, E., 1954-1955
-Smith, Earl M., 1941-1949

Box 44
-Smith, Earl M., 1950-1970 [8 folders]
-Smith, Earl M.: by and about
-Smith, Earl M.: addenda -- South American correspondence, 1961-1974
-Smith, Earl M.: addenda -- overseas correspondence, 1966-1975
-Smith, Earl M.: addenda -- war toys campaign, 1952-1967
West Indies, 1945-1959
[Zimbabwe: see Rhodesia]

The name International Fellowship of Reconciliation came into use in 1923, replacing the original name of Movement Towards a Christian International. Records of the Conferences, Council meetings and Executive Committee are filed together to maintain the chronological sequence. The underlining on a folder label indicates the main focus of the folder's contents. The location of the meeting is given below the underlined word. The Executive Committee became the London Committee during World War II. A corresponding committee was formed in the USA and called the I.F.O.R. American Committee (later North American). A South American Committee was formed in 1945. Its records are in Sayre's International Files in Series B, Box 42.

See also list of International Secretariat.

Box 1
I.F.O.R. history: Movement Towards a Christian International
-Bilthoven conferences, 1919-1922
-Esnes project in France, 1920
-Towards a Christian International: the story of the I.F.O.R. by Lilian Stevenson, 1929 and 1941
I.F.O.R. history: correspondence with the London office, 1938-1941
I.F.O.R. history: miscellaneous on history and archives
I.F.O.R. history: Vera Brittain's book The Rebel Passion, 1964
-Correspondence with Percy W. Bartlett
-Correspondence with E. Philip Eastman
-Correspondence with Muriel Lester
-Correspondence with M.C. Morris
-Correspondence [collective folder: A-Z]
-Contents, title, quotes, promotion, reviews
-Sources: origins and early years of I.F.O.R.
-Sources: 1929-1948
-Sources: F.O.R.-USA
-Sources: Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) in Japan
-Sources: Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) in other countries
-Lists of material sent to author by Sayre
-Sayre's penciled notes

Box 2
Correspondence and releases, 1925-1941
Conferences on special subjects, 1949-1961
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Conference at Lunteren, 1931
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Berlin, 1932
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Bentveld, 1933
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Conference and Council at Cambridge, 1936
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Conference at Lunteren, 1938
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Lunteren, 1938
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: London Executive Committee, 1941-1945
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Stockholm, March 1946
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Executive Committee at Cambridge, 1946
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Executive Committee at London, 1947
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Le Chambon, 1948
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee meetings, 1949-1950

Box 3
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Conference at Woudschoten, 1950
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Woudschoten, 1950
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee meetings, 1951
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Heerewegen, 1952
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Dortmund, 1953
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Haverhill, 1954 and Evilard, 1955
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Conference at Vaumarcus, 1955
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee, 1956
Council at London, 1957
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee, 1958
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee, 1959
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Conference at Trautenfels, 1959
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Bischofshofen, 1959
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council 1959: Policy Discussion Group

Box 4
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee meetings, 1960
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Euorpean Committee, 1961; "The F.O.R. and Latin America...1919-1960" by Sayre
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Conference at Le Chambon, 1961
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Le Chambon, 1961
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee meetings, 1962; miscellaneous
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee, 1963; miscellaneous
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Conference at Woudschoten, 1963
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Driebergen, 1963
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee meetings, 1964
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee meetings, 1965; miscellaneous

Box 5
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Skaade, 1965
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee at Brussels, 1966
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee at Rome, 1966; miscellaneous
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Bièvres, 1967
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: European Committee meetings, 1968
Conferences, Council and Executive/European Committee: Council at Nyack, NY, 1969
Administration and policy: address lists -- foreign addresses
Administration and policy: address lists -- I.F.O.R. addresses
Administration and policy: address lists -- I.F.O.R. officers, committees, correspondence
Administration and policy: Christian basis discussion, 1934-1953
Administration and policy: Christian basis discussion, 1959-1969

Box 6
Administration and policy: Christian basis discussion (Hassler- Sayre), 1968-1969
Administration and policy: Commission on the Future, 1963-1965 [2 folders]
Administration and policy: finances -- accounts and budgets, 1948-1959
Administration and policy: finances -- correspondence and memos, 1948-1959
Administration and policy: finances -- appeals and donors, 1927-1952 [2 folders]
Administration and policy: finances -- appeals and donors: annual gift lists, 1958-1967
Administration and policy: finances -- appeals and donors: correspondence A-Z, 1960-1967 [4 folders]
Administration and policy: headquarters "The Grange", 1959-1967

Box 7
Administration and policy: national fellowships, 1957-1967
Administration and policy: Personnel Committee (General Secretary), 1951-1954 [2 folders]
Administration and policy: Personnel Committee (Traveling secretaries), 1959-1960
Administration and policy: Personnel Committee (General Secretary), 1965-1967
Administration and policy: policy discussion, 1944-1952
Administration and policy: policy discussion, 1955-1962
Administration and policy: policy discussion, February 12, 1963: joint meeting of I.F.O.R. and F.O.R.-USA
Administration and policy: policy discussion, 1967
Administration and policy: statement of purpose / basis of international and national fellowships
Administration and policy: U.N. relations (consultative status; NGO), 1950-1967

Box 8
Special programs and projects: Asian consultation (proposed), 1967
Special programs and projects: East-West relations, 1952-1954
Special programs and projects: East-West relations and World Peace Council, 1955 and 1968 [2 folders]
Special programs and projects: Eirene (International Christian Service for Peace), 1957-1966
Special programs and projects: Historic Peace Churches, 1950-1966
Special programs and projects: Information Service, 1959-1961
Special programs and projects: International Fellowship Camp, Oberammergau, 1930
Special programs and projects: International Liaison Committee of Organizations for Peace, 1949-1950, 1954, 1961
Special programs and projects: non-violence research and training, 1958-1966 [2 folders]
Special programs and projects: publications -- leaflets and pamphlets
Special programs and projects: publications -- newsletters, 1926-1954
Special programs and projects: Puidoux Theological Conferences, 1955-1962

Box 9 (1/2 box)
Special programs and projects: Reconciliation Library, 1959-1965
Special programs and projects: Reconciliation Library and Christian Pacifist Bookshelf, 1960-1967
Special programs and projects: Southeast Asia work (proposed), 1964-1966
Special programs and projects: Youth Committee and conferences, 1951-1966
Special programs and projects: Youth Crusade, 1932


Box 1
History: Garden City Conference, 1915
History: anniversaries, 1925-1965
History: celebrations, 1960: 25th anniversary of Fellowship; 75th birthdays of Muste and Sayre
Articles in periodicals and press, 1952-1962
Correspondence and miscellaneous records, 1915-1919
Membership lists, 1915-1927
Miscellaneous records, 1920-1931
Referendum on use of force in the class struggle, 1933
Miscellaneous records, 1934-1960s
Address lists of contacts, 1924-1940
Address lists of contacts, 1943-1951
Address lists of contacts, 1952-1961
Committee on Investments and Income, 1921-1922
Financial appeals and reports, 1921, 1930-1932

Box 2
Group discipline study packet, 1940
Industrial Secretary: Charles C. Webber, 1930-1933
Personnel Committee: search for a Director of Church Relations, 1960
Statement of Purpose: versions, 1916-1965
Statement of Purpose: discussion/revision, 1915-1930
Statement of Purpose: revision, 1964-1965
Statement of Purpose: Christian basis discussion, 1945-1964
Tax exemption case (property tax), 1959-1962
Tax exemption case (IRS), 1963-1964
Sayre and the Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): Co-Secretary with A.J. Muste, 1940-1946
Sayre and the Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): 25th anniversary of Sayre's F.O.R. work
Sayre and the Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): "Working for the F.O.R." (radio talk)
Sayre and the Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): Sayre's critiques of F.O.R. policy and leadership


Series E is arranged mainly A-Z by subject/keyword, then by date

Box 1
American Civil Liberties Union
-Correspondence, bylaws, 1940-1948
-Correspondence, policies, reports, 1949-1951
-Correspondence, policies, reports, 1953-1958
-Meeting minutes, 1943-1945
-Meeting minutes, 1947-1950, 1957
Bombing: data and quotations from press, President Roosevelt, etc., 1939-1944
Bombing, massacre by, 1944
-Vera Brittain's manuscript
-Supplement to Fellowship; related correspondence
-Distribution to press, Congress, etc.
-Press clippings
-Reactions from Wm. Shirer, White House, et al.
Bombing: obliteration bombing protest in Parliament; U.S. clergy support
Bombing: "Peace by Total Bombing" (Sayre's mss., 1944)
Bombing: protest of Germany's robot bombing, 1944

Box 2
Bombing: atomic bomb, 1945 -- appeal to President Harry Truman to outlaw the bomb
Bombing: bomb tests, 1954-1958 -- articles, etc.
Bombing: bomb tests, 1945-1948 -- correspondence and statements
Bombing: miscellaneous, 1939-1966
Brookwood (community school), 1919-1921
Brookwood Labor College, 1921-1937
Brookwood Labor College: financial matters, 1924-1939
Chaplaincy (military), 1924-1955
Chaplaincy (military), 1958-1967
Chaplaincy (military), 1930s [file of Harold E. Fey] [2 folders]

Box 3
Central America Mission (Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) and AFSC), 1927-1928
-Journals and reports by mission members
-Correspondence, releases, etc.
-Sayre's speeches in Central America
-Clippings from Central American press
-Sayre's speeches, notes and articles in U.S. (mss.)
-Clippings from U.S. press
Liga de Reconciliación (Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) in Latin America), 1928-1932
-Statement of purpose, correspondence, literature
-Thomson, Charles A. (Latin America secretary): correspondence and reports [2 folders]
-Thomson, Charles A.: newsletters
-Thomson, Charles A.: articles and other writings
-Thomson, Charles A.: material about him
Nicaragua: correspondence, etc. 1925-1931
-De la Selva, Alemán Bolaños, and Nicaraguan exiles
-Medina, Francisco J.
-Sacasa, Juan B.
-Sandino family; miscellaneous
-Thomson, Charles A., et al.
-Tijerino, Toribio
-U.S. government officials
-Press releases and letters, 1927-1932
-Central American: miscellaneous press clippings, 1928-1930

Box 4 (1/2 box)
Central America addenda and Central America Mission
-Sayre's diary, photographs and negatives, 1927-1928
-Documents of 1927-1931 in National Archives [photocopies]
-Sayre correspondence with Cummins, Jones, Macaulay, 1962-1963
-Articles in Fellowship, 1983 and The Americas, 1988

Box 5
Conscription: registration, 1940 (October)
Conscription: non-registrants, 1939-1942
Conscientious objectors: National Committee on Conscientious Objectors, 1942-1943
Conscientious objectors: National Service Board for Religious Objectors (NSBRO) -- correspondence, 1943-1946
Conscientious objectors:National Service Board for Religious Objectors (NSBRO) -- meeting minutes, reports, finances, 1943-1946
Conscientious objectors:National Service Board for Religious Objectors (NSBRO) -- Board of Directors memos, 1944-1946 [2 folders]
Conscientious objectors: National Service Board for Religious Objectors (NSBRO) -- camp directors, 1944-1945
Conscientious objectors: National Service Board for Religious Objectors (NSBRO) and Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.), 1943-1945
Conscientious objectors: in prison, 1943-1945
Conscientious objectors: amnesty, 1945-1947

Box 6
C.P.S. and Selective Service: correspondence, releases, etc., 1940-1945
C.P.S. camp visitation, 1942-1944
C.P.S. "Guinea Pig" unit (University of Minnesota), 1944-1945
Disarmament, 1931-1932
Disarmament: Interorganization Council, 1931-1935 [2 folders]
Emergency Peace Campaign, 1936-1937
Emergency Peace Campaign: correspondence and meeting minutes, 1936-1937
Emergency Peace Committee, 1931-1933

Box 7
Far East Peace Mission, 1932
Far East Peace Mission: correspondence with England and Europe
Food for Europe campaigns, 1940-1941 [2 folders]
Food for Europe campaigns: Sayre's speeches, 1940 (November)
Food for Europe Pilgrimage, 1941
Food for Europe campaigns, 1942-1943
Food for Europe: President Herbert Hoover: speeches 1940-1943; Sayre interview, 1940
Food for Europe: K.W. Sayre's correspondence, 1940, 1943
Food for Europe: articles, leaflets [2 folders]

Box 8
French war resisters in French Guiana prison, 1928-1930 [Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.)-WRI project] [4 folders]
-Publicity and fundraising
-Robert Porchet's correspondence and "memoir"
Gripsholm liner bringing Americans interned by Japanese, 1942-1944
Hopi Indians, 1943-1944
Hopi Indians, 1945, 1949, 1952
Japan and U.S. naval maneuvers, 1935
Japan and world settlement: statement by missionaries, 1945 [2 folders]

Box 9
Japanese Americans
-Articles, etc., 1942-1944
-Correspondence, 1942-1946 [5 folders]
-Correspondence with Caleb Foote, 1942-1945
-Correspondence with War Relocation Authority
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) Loan Fund [2 folders]

Box 10
Japanese Americans
- Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) publications: Sayre's report and notes
-Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): material for Home Missions Council book
Japanese war crimes prisoners in Philippines
-General correspondence, 1950-1959 [6 folders]
-Correspondence with prisoners, 1950-1954
-Reports, statistics, 1950-1957
-Articles and releases, 1949-1958
Keep America Out of War Congress: joint statements, 1938-1940

Box 11
Militarism in education
Committee on Militarism in Education: history and first publications
-Committee on Militarism in Education: correspondence, meeting minutes, etc. 1925-1940 [2 folders]
-Committee on Militarism in Education: correspondence, 1927-1940 [2 folders] [files of ___ Villard]
-Committee on Militarism in Education: disarmament package, 1931
-Committee on Militarism in Education: "Needs of Youth" statement, 1943
-Committee on Militarism in Education: Forbes bequest, 1948
-Committee on Militarism in Education: attacks and responses
-Committee on Militarism in Education: Sayre's lecture outlines and notes, 1920s-1930s
-High School Victory Corps, 1942-1943
-ROTC (Univiversity of Oklahoma), 1941

Box 12
National Peace Conference
-General material, 1935-1942
-Correspondence 1936-1947 [3 folders]
-Brussels Peace Congress, 1936-1937
-Conference on World Economic Cooperation, 1938
-Conferences and correspondence with President Roosevelt, 1936-1939
-Delegation to Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 1940
-Peace Kit, 1936
National World Court Committee, 1931-1932
Peace Roll Call, 1942-1954
Post-war planning
-Dumbarton Oaks proposals, 1945
-"Good Will Ambassadors" proposal, 1945
-Inter-American Military Cooperation (H.R. 3836), 1947
-International Voluntary Service for Peace, 1946-1947

Box 13
Post-war planning
-Just and Durable Peace Conference, Cleveland (Ohio), 1945
-North Atlantic Pact, 1949
-Pacifist conferences: New Windsor and Atlantic City, 1945
-Peace planning: miscellaneous, 1941-1943 [2 folders]
-U.N. Conference of International Organizations, 1947
-"War in the Pacific" statement, 1945
Refugees, 1938-1946
-General correspondence
-Individuals [collective folder A-K]
-Individuals [collective folder L-Z]
-Eisner, Paul, 1939-1941
- Fried, Oscar, 1938-1941
-Klein, Hans and Lisa, 1938-1941
-Solzbacher, Wilhelm, 1940-1943
-Refugees from Germany, 1934-1935
Relief work (Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.))
-Brethren Service Committee and Heifer Project, 1945-1948
-Children: adoption, 1948
-Children: evacuation, 1940-1941
-Church World Service, 1947-1951
-German relief, 1946-1949

Box 14
Relief work (Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.))
-German relief: A.P. Beverage, 1946-1947
-German relief: George Hogle, 1946-1951
-German relief: Eugene Ries, 1947-1948
-Gift parcels campaign, 1946-1951
-Gift parcels, 1945-1946: correspondence of Herbert Jehle and Emily P. Simon
-Gift parcels of literature, 1946-1950
-War Victims Fund, 1943-1961 [3 folders]

Box 15
Tax refusal: Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) Committee, 1947-1948
U.N.R.R.A. (U.N. Relief and Rehabilitation), 1943-1945
War debts and reparations, 1931
Wartime registration and Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): Department of State, 1938-1942
Wartime registration and Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): Department of Justice, 1942
Wartime registration and Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.): President's War Relief
Control Board, 1943-1944
World Council of Churches: assembly, 1948 -- correspondence re: book The Church, the Gospel and War [2 folders]
World Council of Churches: assembly, 1961 -- general material
World Council of Churches: assembly, 1961 -- correspondence on war/peace issues [2 folders]
World Council of Churches: assembly, 1961 -- correspondence re: pamphlet "Therefore Choose Life"
World government, 1946
World peace conference [proposed 1936]

Box 16 (1/2 box) [material removed from Series I in 2015, when that series of boxes was sent offsite; new box added August 2016]
Conference for Ministers and Religious Leaders, 1946
List/s of pacifist ministers in New York area, circa 1946
Correspondence re: YMCA desegregation, 1946-1949
Correspondence re: Amsterdam conference and statement, 1948
Correspondence re: Chinese signers of Amsterdam statement, 1948
Correspondence re: Japanese signers of Amsterdam statement, 1948
Partial list of signatures to "Christian Conscience and War" statement, 1953


Box 1
Articles (published), 1918-1964 [3 folders]
Articles (published): translations
Articles (typescripts) [4 collective folders: titles A-Z]

Box 2
Pamphlets and leaflets, 1920-1961
Lectures and broadcasts, 1926-1964 [2 folders]
Hearings; public statements, 1930-1965
Letters to editors, 1925-1953
Letters to public officials, 1917-1967
Reports on F.O.R.-USA, 1938-1958
Reports on International F.O.R. (I.F.O.R.), 1932-1969 [2 folders]
Reports on overseas travel, 1929-1958

Box 3
Seminary papers, 1910-1911 [4 folders]
Series of studies/lectures, ca. 1912-1929:
-The Bible
-Old Testament prophets
-New Testament
-Jesus' social teachings
-Jesus' teachings on war and peace
-Our understanding of Jesus [2 folders]
-Principles of Christianity
-Religion and what it offers

Box 4
Series of lectures given at Alberta School of Religion, 1956
Emancipation from war [6 folders]
Series of studies at Nyack Episcopal Church, 1964-1967:
-Paul's I Corinthians
-John's Gospel
-Non-violence and Christianity
-Parables of Jesus
-The ways and powers of love

Box 5
Sermons: by students, 1908-1911
Sermons at Christ Church, Suffern, 1915-1919:
-Old Testament texts [3 folders]
-New Testament texts: Gospels [3 folders]
-New Testament texts: Epistles
Sermons preached, 1915-1920s
-Armistice Day, 1918
-Children's talks
-Christ and the League of Nations

Box 6
Sermons preached, 1915-1920s
-Christian living in everyday affairs (Lenten series)
-Christian solution of life (series)
-Church and sacraments, membership, etc.
-Family: marriage, divorce, worship
-Force and non-violence
-Good Friday
-Heaven; Kingdom of Heaven/God

Box 7
Sermons preached, 1915-1920s
-Man; human nature
-Overcoming evil
-Patriotism; state vs. God
-Prayer [2 folders]
-School talks
-War and Peace, 1915 (August)
-War and the Christian Church/faith
Sermons: various subjects, 1930s-1950s
Sermons series: The Christian way in the labyrinth of life, circa 1938
Sermons (typed/printed) re: the Church and peacemaking, 1941-1964

Box 8
Lectures/Sermons: outlines and drafts
Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) speeches and reports, 1924-1966 [4 folders]
-1920s circa
-1920-1928 [7 folders]

Box 9
Lectures/Sermons: outlines and drafts
1929-1938 [13 folders]

Box 10
Lectures/Sermons: outlines and drafts
-1938 European trip through 1943-1950 world tour [15 folders]

Box 11
Lectures/Sermons: outlines and drafts
1950s-1964 [17 folders]

Box 12
Lectures/Sermons: outlines and drafts
-Talk to ministers at Fort Collins on "Dead Sea Fruit," 1967
Lectures/Sermons: illustrations and quotations
-Arms trade/embargo; disarmament, 1930s
-Church/Christianity and war
-Communism and Christianity
-Europe during World War II
-Individuals: examples and quotes
-Nuclear weapons: tests and war
-Post-war plans, 1942-1944
-Race relations
-Reconciliation and nonviolence
-U.S. confronting war in Europe, 1941
-War: nature, cost, abolition
-Illustrations used in 1920s
-Illustrations used in 1930-1931

Box 13 (1/2 box)
Lectures/Sermons: Illustrations and quotations
-Illustrations used in 1932-1966 [6 folders]


Box 1
Various, 1923-1924
Midwestern trip, 1925
Various, 1925
Various, 1926
New England; various, 1927
Western trip; various, 1928
Various; Virginia, Western trip, 1929
Blue Ridge YWCA conference; South, 1929
Pennsylvania and Midwestern trip, 1930
Various, 1930
Various; Midwestern trip, 1931
World Tomorrow campaign in West, 1931
Southern trips, 1932-1933
Western trip; various, 1934
Florida Missionary Assemblies, 1935

Box 2
Western trip; New England, 1935
Emergency Peace Campaign; various, 1936
Across U.S. to Pacific coast, 1937
Various, 1938
Southern and Western states, 1939
Kansas and Southwest, 1940
Across U.S. to Pacific coast, 1940
Various; CPS camps, National radio debate, 1941
Various; Midwest, 1942
Pacific coast trip, 1942
Various short trips; CPS camps, 1943
Various; CPS; Race Relations Institute, 1944
Various, 1945-1947
Philadelphia; Midwestern trip, 1948
Pacific coast tour, 1949

Box 3 (1/2 box)
Southern trip; New England, 1950
Trips to Mexico and Midwest, 1951
Various; Western trip, 1953
Various, en route to Mexico, 1954
Toronto, Canada; various, 1954
West coast tour, 1955
Various, 1957-1961
California and Colorado, 1965

Box 4
Europe, 1921: post-war reconciliation and relief work
Europe, 1924: conferences and interviews
Europe, 1929: conferences; notes for speeches
Russia, 1929: Moscow notes; publications; miscellaneous
Russia, 1929: speeches and reports
European tour, 1931: schedules, correspondence, notes
Europe, 1932: American Seminar lecture notes, etc.
Russia, 1932: lecture notes; speeches in the U.S.
Europe, 1934: schedule, correspondence, interviews (focus on Germany)
Europe, 1934: seminar lecture notes; conferences
Europe, 1938: schedule, interviews

Box 5
Europe, 1938: correspondence, contacts, memorabilia
Far East, 1939: context and plans [trip cancelled due to outbreak of war in Europe]
Far East, 1939: itinerary and correspondence
Mexico, spring 1944: visit to organize Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.)
Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, 1945
Europe, 1946: schedule and notes; International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) Council, correspondence
South America, 1947 (via Mexico and Central America)
Schedule, reports, introductions
South America, 1947: countries visited
Europe, 1948: schedule, reports, introductions
Europe, 1948: visit to Germany
Europe, 1948: correspondence with Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) office, New York

Box 6
World tour, 1949-1950: schedule and notes, report, introductions
World tour, 1949-1950: countries visited [2 folders]
Europe, 1950: schedule, International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) Conference, report, notes
Mexico, 1951: schedule, report
Africa and Europe, 1952: schedule, notes, reports
Africa and Europe, 1952: correspondence before and after trip; contacts
Africa and Europe, 1952: Portugal, Spain, Liberia,
Gold Coast (Ghana)
Africa and Europe, 1952: South Africa: correspondence, etc.
Europe, 1953: schedule, report , conferences
Mexico, 1954: schedule, correspondence, publicity
Europe, 1954-1955: schedules, summer conferences
South America, 1958: correspondence, purpose of trip
South America, 1958: schedule, report, publicity
South America, 1958: countries visited
Europe, 1959: schedule, International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) Council, correspondence
Europe, 1961-1967: schedules; conferences


Box 1
Memoirs "Instrument of Peace" circa 1975 [typescript]
Autobiographical writings related to memoirs
75th birthday album of tributes "75 Years for Peace," 1960
80th-83rd birthday tributes

Box 2
Biographical articles published in The World Tomorrow and Fellowship
Biographical items
Comments by Sayre re: influences on his life;
Sayre and the Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.)
Expressions of appreciation about Sayre and his work
Obituaries of J.Nevin Sayre and Kathleen W. Sayre; letters of condolence and tributes, 1977, 1982
Memorabilia; miscellaneous greetings from International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) meetings
Addenda: articles by Charles F. Howlett published in journals, 1988, 1990
Academic life and pastoral ministry: Princeton University
-General materials and miscellaneous, 1908-1961
-Class of 1907: memorabilia
-Class of 1907: correspondence 1937-1967
-Class of 1907: memorial services, 1919-1957
Academic life and pastoral ministry: Princeton University -- Crusaders (club/fellowship)
-Constitution, consecration service, manuals
-Origins and history, 1912-1949
-Newsletters, 1928-1949

Box 3
Academic life and pastoral ministry: Princeton University -- Crusaders (club/fellowship)
-Newsletters, 1950-1966
-Membership lists, 1928-1966
-Biographical data and miscellaneous
-Book The Letters of Maxwell Chaplin, 1928
-Correspondence with members, 1913-1955 [5 folders]

Box 4
Academic life and pastoral ministry: Princeton University -- Crusaders (club/fellowship)
-Correspondence with members, 1956-1971 [3 folders]
Williams College, 1907-1908
Union Theological Seminary (class of 1911)
Overseas teaching, study, travel
-China, 1913
-Marburg, Germany, 1913
-Palestine, 1914
-France (Verdun, Esnes); Germany, 1920-1921
Pastorate: Christ Church, Suffern (New York), 1915-1919
Pastorate: Christ Church centennial, 1960

Box 5
Personal/civic and philanthropic affairs
Committee to Save the Villages, 1954-1955
-Election watcher for Socialist Party, New York County, 1920
-Personal finances: income, investments and contributions, 1921-1932
-Personal investment loans: City Housing Corporation (New York City), 1927-1944
-Personal investment loans: Craig, Reed and Emerson, 1928-1935, 1952
-Personal investment loans: National Bail Fund, 1924-1933
-Personal loans to Malcolm Graham, 1930-1939 (G.K. Byers, lawyer)
-Personal loans to Stephen Wilson (C.O.) 1965-1967
Public engagements and press clippings
Announcements, programs, church bulletins, 1924-1965 [2 folders]
-Speaking engagements: publicity for Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) lectures, 1930-1950s
-Press clippings about Sayre's public lectures, 1920s-1950s [3 folders]
-Press clippings re: overseas trips, 1931-1950s

Box 6 [flat box (12x18x4 inches)]
Pocket diaries, 1897-1967; travel journals, 1945-1952 [see list of dates and places in the box)

Box 7
Sayre family letters and memorabilia
Robert H. Sayre and sons, 1892-1901
-R.H. Sayre and family during trip to Egypt, etc., 1894
-R.H. Sayre to wife and children during trip to Egypt, 1894
-Mother to Nevin/boys at Hill School, 1893-1899
-Nevin to Mother from Hill School, 1899-1901
-Parents and sons during summer vacations, 1900-1905
-Parents and sons at Lawrenceville School, 1901-1903
-Nevin and parents at Princeton and Williams, 1903-1908
-Nevin to Mother from Palestine 1914
-Nevin family and Sayre family relatives, 1885-1908
-Family memorabilia: community and school
-Family memorabilia: Nevin's juvenile writings

Box 8
Sayre Family letters
Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1890-1906
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1890-1906
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1908-1912
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1913 (2 folders]
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1914-1917
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1919-1925
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1926-1930
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1931-1933
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1934-1936

Box 9
Sayre Family letters
Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1937-1938
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1939
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1940-1941
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1942
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1943
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1944
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1945-1946
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1947-1949
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1950-1953

Box 10
Sayre Family letters
Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1954-1958
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1959-1960
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1961-1962
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1963-1964
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1965-1966
-Francis B. Sayre and J. Nevin Sayre (brothers), 1967-1971
Sayre Family
-Francis B. Sayre: writings and speeches, 1928-1960
-Francis B. Sayre: press clippings, 1913-1972
-Francis B. Sayre family, 1916-1972
-Francis B. Sayre Jr, 1943-1972

Box 11
Sayre Family letters: Nevin to Kathleen (husband and wife)
-Notes and photocopies of envelopes
-1921 (February - September 14)
-1921 (September 15 - October 12)
-1921 (October 13) - 1922 (February)
-1923 (April) - 1924 (June)
-1924 (June 27 - December 2)
-1925 (January-August)
-1925 (September-December)

Box 12
Sayre Family letters: Nevin to Kathleen (husband and wife)
-1927 (February - November 17)
-1927 (November 19) - 1928 (January 22)
-1928 (January 23 - March)
-1928 (April) - 1929 (March)
-1929 (June 25 - September)
-1929 (October) - 1930 (November)
-1930 (December 27) - 1931 (March 9)
-1931 (March 18) - 1932 (May)
-1932 (June-August)
-1933 (January - August 21)
-1933 (August 22) - 1934 (April)

Box 13
Sayre Family letters: Nevin to Kathleen (husband and wife)
-1934 (June-August)
-1934 (September) - 1935 (July)
-1935 October) - 1936 (May)
-1936 (June-September)
-1936 (October) - 1938 (January)
-1938 (April - June 21)
-1938 (June 23 - August)
-1938 (September) - 1940 (March)
-1940 (June) - 1942 (October)
-1943 (February) - 1944 (April)
- 1944 (June) - 1945 (October)

Box 14
Sayre Family letters: Nevin to Kathleen (husband and wife)
-1946 (January-April)
-1946 (August) - 1948 (February)
-1948 (June) - 1950 (March)
-1950 (May) - 1951 (November)
-1953 (December) - 1954 (December)
-1955 (February) - 1961 (September)
Sayre Family letters: Kathleen W. Sayre to J. Nevin Sayre (wife and husband)
-undated; 1932
-1936 [2 folders]

Box 15
Sayre Family letters: Kathleen W. Sayre to J. Nevin Sayre
-1938 [2 folders]
Sayre relatives and friends
Sayre children: letters and memorabilia [3 folders]


These resource materials were collected and used by John Nevin Sayre and Kathleen Whitaker Sayre. They consist mainly of periodical articles, press clippings, pamphlets and leaflets. They include some correspondence [originals moved to correspondence files], notes on interviews with public officials, and lecture outlines.

Box 1 [stored off-site]
Addams, Jane
Africa, 1952-1962 [see also South Africa]
[A.F.S.C.: see Friends Service]
Aftermath of war
Aims (war and peace)
Aliens (pacifists) and citizenship, 1929-1939
American Legion, 1923-1937
Armistice Day
Arms embargo, 1936-1939
Arms industry and traffic, 1930-1941
Atlantic Pact, 1949
Atomic bomb, tests, etc. 1945-1957

Box 2 [stored off-site]
Atrocities, 1915-1943
Austria, 1919-1930
Austria: South Tyrol, 1967
Belgium, 1940
Bibliographies [2 folders]
Blockade, 1916-1919
Buck, Pearl
Canada, 1935-1959
Capital punishment, 1920s and 1930s
Capital punishment, 1955-1967
"Capital punishment: Sayre's lecture outline and sources; correspondence, 1961
Cartoons and illustrations, 1914-1942
Causes of war, 1911-1941
Censorship, 1918-1940

Box 3 [stored off-site]
Central America and the Caribbean, 1927-1943
Chaffee, Edmund B., d. 1936
Chaplains (military), 1924-1964
Children and peace: education, world friendship, etc., 1920s-1930s
China: articles, 1918-1966 [2 folders]
China: pamphlets, 1925-1939
China packet (China and U.S.) 1967
China: exclusion laws, 1942-1943

Box 4 [stored off-site]
Christianity and war, 1902-1957 [2 folders]
Church and war/peace: articles, 1919-1967 [3 folders]
Church and war/peace: pamphlets, 1912-1946
Church and war/peace: pamphlets (British), 1920-1948

Box 5 [stored off-site]
Church and war/peace: Church Peace Mission, 1951-1959 [2 folders]
Church and war/peace: clergy, 1925-1967 [2 folders]
Church and war/peace: clergy -- meetings and committees, 1933-1946
Church and war/peace: clergy -- Ministers' Affirmation, 1939-1941
Church and war/peace: clergy -- surveys, 1931, 1934, 1936
Church and war/peace: conferences -- miscellaneous, 1914-1939
Church and war/peace: conferences -- National Study Conference/s, 1925-1945
Church and war/peace: conferences -- National Study Conference, 1949

Box 6 [stored off-site]
Church and war/peace: conferences -- Conference on the Church and War, Detroit (Michigan), 1950 [2 folders]
Church and war/peace: conferences -- World Order Study Conference, Cleveland (Ohio), 1958 [4 folders]
Church and war/peace: conferences -- Religious Leaders Conference on Peace, New York, 1965
Church and war/peace: conferences -- National Inter-Religious Conference on Peace, Washington, 1966
Church and war/peace: denominations -- Episcopal Church, 1916-1964
Church and war/peace: denominations -- Episcopal Church: John Pairman Brown mss., 1967
Church and war/peace: denominations -- Episcopal Church: George F. Regas sermons, etc., 1961-1965
Church and war/peace: denominations -- Friends, Society of, 1914-1940

Box 7 [stored off-site]
Church and war/peace: denominations -- Roman Catholic Church and organizations, 1920-1965 [2 folders]
Church and war/peace: Federal Council of Churches, 1916-1946
Church and war/peace: resolutions and statements by Church bodies, 1921-1962 [2 folders]
Church and war/peace: sermons against war, 1916-1951

Box 8 [stored off-site]
Church and war/peace:sermons preached after Pearl Harbor
Church and war/peace: Vatican Council II, 1961-1965
Church and war/peace: World Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches, 1918-1940
Church and war/peace: World Council of Churches -- miscellaneous, 1939-1966
Church and war/peace: World Council of Churches 1st Assembly, Amsterdam (Netherlands), 1948 [3 folders]
Church and war/peace: World Council of Churches 2nd Assembly, Evanston (Illinois), 1954 [3 folders]

Box 9 [stored off-site]
Civil liberties, 1917-1940
Civilian Public Service (C.P.S.), 1941-1943 [3 folders]
Class war, 1929-1935
Collective security, 1934-1938
Communism, 1921-1952
Communities (intentional), 1923-1963
Conference of Christian Pacifists, 1917
Conscientious objection, 1940-1966 [2 folders]

Box 10 [stored off-site]
C.O.s in World War I [2 folders]
C.O.s in World War I: prisoners
-Fort Leavenworth
-Evan W. Thomas
-Other individual cases
C.O.s, 1924-1939
C.O.s, 1940-1945
C.O.s, 1946-1965
C.O.s: individual cases, 1941-1965
C.O.s: in other countries, 1929-1965

Box 11 [stored off-site]
Conscription, 1917-1965 [6 folders]
Cooperation, international, 1913-1936
Cost of war and peace, 1921-1939
Cuba, 1959-1964
Davies, George M., 1920s (Welsh pacifist)
Debs, Eugene V., 1926

Box 12 [stored off-site]
Disarmament, 1918-1929
Disarmament, 1930-1933
Disarmament, 1934-1964
Dryer, Oliver (International Fellowship of Reconciliation (I.F.O.R.) Executive Secretary), 1924-1949
Dolci, Danilo, 1957-1967
[Dominican Republic: see Haiti and Santo Domingo]
Education for peace), 1918-1945
Education: specific schools in U.S. and Europe
Ethiopia, 1935
European Peace Seminar, 1962 (Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.))
Famine, 1917-1924

Box 13 [stored off-site]
Far East, 1925-1940
Flag, 1926-1936
France, 1915-1942
Freedom of speech, press, etc., 1917-1934
Gandhi: writings and speeches, 1924-1947
Gandhi: articles about, 1922-1955
Gandhi: pamphlets about, 1921-1952
Gandhi: support, tributes, etc., 1930-1948 [Sayre and other Fellowship of Reconciliation (F.O.R.) members mainly)
Germany, 1915-1919
Germany, 1920-1929

Box 14 [stored off-site]
Germany, 1930-1941 [2 folders]
Germany, 1944-1948
Germany: Friends of Quakerism Conference, 1923
Germany: Church and state, 1934-1943, 1958-1960 [notes by Sayre)
Germany: Berlin refugees, 1945-1953
Great Britain, 1934-1942
Great Britain: C.O.s and conscription, 1916-1963
Great Britain: F.O.R. publications, 1915-1964
Haiti and Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), 1921-1934

Box 15 [stored off-site]
Hodgkin, Henry T., 1915-1933 (F.O.R. founder)
Holmes, John Haynes: articles and pamphlets, 1920-1942
Holmes, John Haynes: sermons, 1917-1942
Holmes, John Haynes: material about, 1927-1964
Hoover, Herbert, 1931-1941 [one letter]
Hull, Cordell (Secretary of State), 1935-1944
Hymns and songs
Hymns and songs: F.O.R. publications
Imperialism, 1925-1933
India: articles, 1918-1930

Box 16 [stored off-site]
India: articles and reports, 1931-1963
India: clippings, 1921-1964
India: pamphlets, 1917-1960
Indians (Native Americans), 1913-1955
Indo-China, 1954
Industrial Workers of the World, 1918-1929
Ireland, 1919-1925
Japan, 1918-1932

Box 17 [stored off-site]
Japan, 1935-1942
Japan, 1944-1960
Japanese Americans and U.S. churches, 1941-1942
Jehovah's Witnesses, 1935-1940
Jesus and pacifism, 1916-1929
Jews, 1942-1945
Kennedy, John F., 1960-1963
King, Martin Luther Jr. and the civil rights movement, 1956-1967
Korea, 1950-1959
Lansbury, George, 1921-1941
Latin America, 1920-1929

Box 18 [stored off-site]
Latin America, 1930-1964
Latin America: F.O.R. conference, 1962 [includes Sayre notes]
League of Nations, 1924-1930
Libby, Frederick J., 1925-1928, 1954
Manchuria, 1931-1932 [includes notes on Sayre's interview with Secretary of State Stimson)
Mexico, 1917-1941 [2 folders]
Militarism, 1909-1937
Militarism, 1948-1961
[Militarism in Education, Committee on: see Military training: Committee on Military literature, 1926-1940]
Military training, 1919-1938 [2 folders]

Box 19 [stored off-site]
Military training, 1941-1951
Military training: Committee on Militarism literature, 1926-1940
Military training: periodical articles, 1920-1940
Military training: press clippings, 1925-1947
Military training: specific institutions, 1925-1935
Military training: surveys, reports, opinions, 1916-1969
Military training: U.S. government data, 1930-1932
Missions, 1912-1941

Box 20 [stored off-site]
Nationalism, 1919-1934
Negroes, 1918-1964
Negroes: lynching, 1918-1934
Neutrality, 1935-1939
"Neutrality Bloc" Atlantic City Conference, 1939
Nicaragua: articles, 1922-1933
Nicaragua: clippings, 1926-1929
Nicaragua: pamphlets, 1921-1928
Non-violence, 1956-1970
[North Atlantic Pact/Treaty: see Atlantic Pact]
Nuclear weapons and tests, 1950-1964

Box 21 [stored off-site]
Pacifism: articles, 1917-1958
Pacifism: pamphlets, 1915-1964 [2 folders]
Pacifists: biographies
Palestine, 1929-1948
Paris Peace Pact, 1928-1932
Patriotism, 1919-1935
[Peace and war: see War and peace]
[Pearl Harbor see: World War II: Pearl Harbor, 1941]
Persecution and harassment, 1917-1938 [2 folders]

Box 22 [stored off-site]
Philippines, 1922-1939 [2 folders]
Poland, 1920-1940
Police, International, 1931-1963
Political prisoners, 1919-1936 [2 folders, 1 of clippings]
Posters, fliers, postcards, etc.
Prayer and meditation
Prayers and litanies
-Episcopal Church and Episcopal Peace Fellowship
-Peace and good will
-Special occasions

Box 23 [stored off-site]
Prayers and litanies
- War time
Prisons, 1918-1942
Programme material
Prohibition, 1920s
Propaganda, 1914-1942
Property: income and wealth
Psychology, War, 1913-1940
Puerto Rico, 1929-1958 [3 folders]
Puerto Rico: Sayre's trip, 1936 [reference material only; nothing here about the trip itself]

Box 24 [stored off-site]
Race relations, 1925-1964
Rankin, Jeanette, 1937-1958
Refugees, 1936-1940
Rumbough, Constance, 1936-1958
Russia: Articles, 1918-1935 [2 folders]
Russia: Pamphlets, 1918-1934
Russia, 1941-1962
Sanctions, 1930-1939 [includes Sayre articles and 1931 interview with Secretary Stimson)

Box 25 [stored off-site]
Schweitzer, Albert, 1951-1965
Secret treaties, 1905-1924
Shaw, George Bernard: series of articles in N.Y. American, 1919
Sheppard, Dick, 1932-1957
Simpson, William G. ("Brother Bill"), 1919-1930
Socialist Party, 1924-1934
South Africa, 1940-1966 [2 folders]
South Africa: nonviolent demonstrations, 1952
Spain, 1931-1938
Strikes, 1919-1924 (Lawrence and Paterson)
Stories, Illustrative
Tennessee Valley Authority, 1933-1938

Box 26 [stored off-site]
Treaties, 1919-1931
[Treaties: see also Secret treaties, 1905-1924]
Trials, investigations, prosecutions, raids, 1917-1932
United Nations, 1942-1964
Unknown Soldier
Venezuela, 1929
Veterans, 1920-1937
Victory?, 1918-1922
Vietnam, 1965-1967
Virgin Islands, 1924-1945
War and peace, 1912-1966 [2 folders]
War debts, 1926-1931

Box 27 [stored off-site]
War Resisters International, 1937-1948 [pamphlets with Sayre's notations]
War Resisters League, 1923-1943
Wilson, Woodrow
-Articles and speeches, 1914-1919
-Texts of speeches (New York Times), 1915-1918
-Articles about him
-Newsclippings about him
Women and war, etc., 1914-1940
Workers' education, 1918-1938
World organization and government, 1939-1966
World War I
-Pre-war diplomacy
-In retrospect, 1919-1937
World War II: miscellaneous
World War II: Pearl Harbor, 1941
YMCA: desegregation, 1946-1949 [is this file still here?]

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