Milada Marsalka Papers, 1965-1998
Collection: DG 217
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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Milada Marsalka Papers
Language of Materials
Materials in English
3.3 linear feet [papers only]
Milada Marsalka was a member of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, U.S. Section, active with the New Haven, Connecticut Branch. Marsalka worked for American-Soviet friendship and conversion of economy from military to civilian production. She was born in Czechoslovakia and later moved to the United States. Marsalka died in 1999 or 2000.
Restrictions to Access
Alternate Form of Material
Gift of Catherine Nathan, 2000 [Acc. 00A-028, Acc. 00A-044]
This collection is unprocessed and remains in the order in which it was donated. This finding aid was created by Wendy E. Chmielewski, August 2012.
[Identification of item], in the Milada Marsalka Papers (DG 217), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, U.S. Section Records (DG 043)
Milada Marsalka Milada Friedlova Marsalka (1904-2000), was born in Moravia (later part of Czechoslovakia). She and her husband John Marsalka moved to the United States in 1939. Marsalka was a member of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, U.S. Section, active with the New Haven, Connecticut Branch. She worked for American-Soviet friendship and conversion of economy from military to civilian production. Marsalka died in January 2000.
Arrangement of Collection
This collection is unprocessed and remains in the order in which it was donated.
Detailed Description of the Collection
Box 1: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, Correspondence
Correspondence: Elected Officials, 1966-1997, n.d.
Correspondence: National Leaders, 1967-1998, n.d.
Correspondence: National Policy Committee, 1972-1973, n.d.
Correspondence: New Haven branch, 1963-1994, n.d.
Correspondence: 1979 Biennial meeting in Santa Cruz, 1978-1979
Correspondence: Itanhaem, Brazil, 1978-1979
Correspondence and writings regarding dissent, 1973-1974
Correspondence to multinational corporations regarding poverty and development in Africa, 1986 [2 folders]
Box 2: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom
Materials Distributed, n.d.
Policy Committee, 1965-1972, n.d.
Policy Committee - Ocean Floor Resolution, 1968-1973, n.d.
Position Papers, 1971, 1995
Triennial Conference, 1978-1980 (New Haven, Connecticut)
S-1 Campaign, 1975, n.d.
United States and Soviet Women’s Seminar, 1974-1981, n.d.
Washington Post Editorial: “Too Hot for the Freeze,” 1982
Youth Campaigns, 1972-1997, n.d.
Box 3: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, New Haven Branch
Alice Hamilton Peace and Freedom Award, 1979-1992, n.d.
Finances and Mailing Lists, 1987-1994, n.d.
Minutes, Newsletters, and Mailings, 1963-1998, n.d.
Miscellaneous Documents, n.d.
Ngo Ba Thanh Campaign, 1972-1974
Press Releases and Notices of Events, 1971-1997, n.d.
Collected Documents, Reference and Correspondence
Miscellaneous Documents, 1967-1997, n.d.
Box 4: Collected Documents, Reference and Correspondence
The Alliance, 1995-1996
American-Soviet Friendship Organizations, 1955, 1984-1990, n.d.
Anti-Apartheid Campaigns 1976-1980, n.d.
Anti-Inflation Campaigns, 1974-1975, n.d.t
Anti-Nuclear Campaigns, 1977-1997, n.d.
Biographical Information, n.d.
Boycotts, 1970-1974, n.d.
“The Case of the New Haven Panthers,” 1970
Cassini Mission, 1997
Coalition for Human Survival, 1973
Coalition for Peace and Justice, 1972-1973, n.d.
Community-Labor Alliance, 1978-1979
Criminal Code Reform Act, 1977
Correspondence, personal, 1960-1996, n.d.
Czech Documents, 1979-1992, n.d.
Czechoslovak Society of America, 1965-1973, n.d.
Box 5: Collected Documents, Reference and Correspondence
Economic Conversion and Disarmament, 1969-1992, n.d.
FBI Charter Reform, 1975-1980, n.d.
Genocide Convention, 1972-1974
Goodenow, Gretchen, 1982, 1991, n.d.
Greater New Haven Coalition for People, 1981-1982
Haitian Refugees, 1974-1982
Handgun Control, 1978-1982, n.d.
International Conference on Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies [2 folders], 1985- 1986
Mailing Lists, n.d.
Malik Jones Case, 1997, n.d.
Media Reform, 1979-1981
Middle East, 1973-1975, 1991, n.d.
Box 6: Collected Documents, Reference and Correspondence
Mississippi Peace Cruise, 1986
Native Americans, 1976, n.d.
New Haven Alliance against Racist and Political Repression, n.d.
New Haven Area Taxpayers Coalition for Welfare Reform, 1971-1975
New Haven Peace Commission, 1989-1992
New Haven People’s Center, 1972-1997
Newspaper Articles -- Miscellaneous, 1972-1998, n.d.
NGO/DPI Conference, 1980
Nicaragua, 1984-1986, n.d.
Notebooks and miscellaneous notes, n.d.
Box 7: Collected Documents, Reference and Correspondence
Pacific Region, 1978-1979 [2 folders]
Pam Saffer Campaign, 1988
Phillipines, 1972-1974, n.d.
Progressive Action Roundtable, 1995-1998
Promoting Enduring Peace, 1979-1997
Puerto Rico (incl. essay by Marsalka), 1970-1980
Southern Conference Educational Fund, 1973-1974
Stop the B-1 Bomber Campaign, 1972-1977
“To Unfrock the Charlatans,” 1982
Box 8: Collected Documents, Reference and Correspondence
United Nations Organizations, 1977-1992, n.d.
U.S. Peace Council, 1985-1987
“Why Should I not Talk to You?” n.d.
Women’s Liberation/Feminist Organizing, 1977-1996
World Conference: “For a Peaceful and Secure Future for All Children,” 1979
World Parliament of the People for Peace, 1980
Writings by Marsalka, 1971-1996, n.d.