Swarthmore College Peace Collection, 500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19801 USA
 

Manuscript Collections in the Swarthmore College Peace
Collection
That Relate to Conscientious Objection
[Not A Complete List]


 

Note: The collections called Document Groups (DGs) are those records of groups and papers of individuals for which the SCPC is the official depository; all other material has been collected into CDGAs [United States] or CDGBs [foreign]. The designation "absolutist" refers to those men in WWI or after who went to prison rather than join the military, cooperate with it in any way, or participate in alternative service

Papers of Conscientious Objectors
War of 1812
- Whipple, Jonathan (CDGA)

World War I
- Allen, Clifford (Baron Reginald Clifford Allen, Lord of Hurtwood) [was imprisoned] (Great Britain)
- Allinson, Brent Dow [was imprisoned in Fort Leavenworth from July 30, 1918 - 1921] (CDGA)
- Baldwin, Roger Nash [was imprisoned] (CDGA) [see also American Civil Liberties Union (CDGA); DG 022]
- Bing, Harold [absolutist; was imprisoned 2.5 years] (Great Britain)
- Briehl, Fred [was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Brockway, A. Fenner [was imprisoned] (Great Britain) [see also DG 086]
- Cameron, Holland (CDGA)
- Catchpool, T. Corder [was imprisoned for over 2 years] (Great Britain)
- Cope, Paul Markley (CDGA)
- Debs, Eugene [was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- DeRosa, Ulysses [was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Doty, William Nye [was imprisoned] (CDGA) [see also DG 131]
- Dutch, George F. [was imprisoned for 3 years] (Great Britain)
- Eichel, David [absolutist; was imprisoned] (DG 131)
- Eichel, Julius [absolutist; was imprisoned; also imprisoned in WWII for a brief period ] (DG 131)
- Guilbeaux, Henri (France)
- Gray, Harold Studley [was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Hallett Jr., George H. [see Elliston P. Morris (CDGA)]
- Hobhouse, Stephen [was imprisoned] (Great Britain)
- Hoffman, Wray [diary available] (CDGA)
- Holland, Cameron (CDGA)
- Hudson, James H., M.P. [was imprisoned] (Great Britain)
- Kantor, William M.
[was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Lunde, Erling H. [was imprisoned] (CDGA) [see also DG 131]
- Marcowitz, Lazarus Baer (CDGA)
- Mitchell, Isaac (CDGA)
- Morel, E.D. [was imprisoned] (Great Britain) [see also DG 057]
- Over, Benjamin J. [was imprisoned] (Great Britain)
- Porchet, Robert [was imprisoned] (France) [see also DG 117, Series E, box 8]
- Sidis, William James [was imprisoned] [see DG 131]
- Thomas, Evan [was imprisoned; brother of Norman Thomas] (CDGA)
- Turner, Sydney & Guy (Great Britain)
- Vrana, Rudolph J. [WWI C.O.; was court-martialed] (CDGA)
- Wellock, Wilfred, M.P. [was imprisoned 2.5 years] (Great Britain)
- Whitaker, Robert (CDGA) [see also DG 122]
- Wulff, Monroe (CDGA)

World War II
- Andresen, Bent [absolutist] (CDGA) [see also DG 056]
- Andrews, Bennett & Florence (DG 209)
- Anthony, Robert (CDGA)
- Ayres, Lew (CDGA)
- Barton, Harold (CDGA)
- Baxter, Archibold [imprisoned in England] (New Zealand) [see also book collection for We Will Not Cease]
- Berkowitz, Arthur (CDGA)
- Billings, Arthur Goodwyn (CDGA)
- Binford, Raymond & Helen [director of CPS camps 19 & 108] (CDGA)
- Bishop, Corbett [absolutist; walked out of CPS; was imprisoned] (CDGA) [see also Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA); DG 131]
- Bofman, Albert [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Bristol, James E. [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Brock, Peter [absolutist in Great Britain] (Canada)
- Brooks, Arle [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Brooks, Robert Boland [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Catlett, Richard R. (CDGA)
- Cooper, Samuel [ see DG 056; includes correspondence from other C.O.s to Cooper]
- Cutler, Frederick [absolutist; was imprisoned] [see Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA)]
- Darnell, Emerson L. [see DG 056]
- Dellinger, David [see Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA)]
- Dietrich, Albert (CDGA [Albert & Frank Dietrich])
- DiGia, Ralph [absolutist; was imprisoned] [see Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA)]
- Dingman, Daniel Birmeli (CDGA)
- Doss, Desmond [noncombatant (army medic)] (CDGA) [see also Subject File #1: Conscientious Objection/Objectors --
U.S. Sources, 2000-2003 ( restrospective documentary done on his life)]
- Eichel, Albert [absolutist; was imprisoned] (DG 131) [see also DG 010; DG 022; Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA)]; & drawing by Whitey Matysik in Oversize Items Collection: Graphics)
- Eichel, Julius [absolutist; was imprisoned (for a short period); also imprisoned in WWI] (DG 131)
- Emery Jr., Arthur [WWII C.O.] (CDGA) [see also DG 061, box 18; some usage restrictions]
- Estep, William Murray (CDGA)
- Everson, William (CDGA)
- Falbo, Nick (CDGA)
- Felmet, Joseph [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Finch, Roy (DG 195)
- Fuson, Nelson [see DG 056; see also Nelson Fuson papers in Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore College]
- Fuson, William M. [see DG 056]
- Gara, Larry [absolutist] (CDGA; see also DG 131; DG 135; Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA); & drawing by Whitey Matysik in Oversize Items Collection: Graphics [graphic #0091])
- Garst, Merritt E. [absolutist; was imprisoned] [see DG 043, Series D: media coverage of WILPF, 1941]
- Gesner, Norman B. [absolutist; was imprisoned] [see Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA)]
- Giese, Willis E. [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Griffin, Norman J. [see DG 043, Series D: media coverage of WILPF, 1941]
- Hain, Andrew [see DG 043, Series B,5, box 53]
- Hassler, Alfred (CDGA) [see also DG 013]
- Horowitz, Nathan [absolutist; was imprisoned] (CDGA) [see also Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA)
]
- Jägerstätter, Franz [absolutist; imprisoned in Berlin from March-Aug. 1943; executed on 08/09/1943] (Austria)
- Katz, Sander [absolutist; was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Kauten, Mathias [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Kepler, Roy C. (DG 185) [see also DG 040]
- Kuenning, Bill [absolutist; was imprisoned] [see Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA)]
- Lewis, Frederic Martin (CDGA)
- Man Jr. Albon P. [absolutist; was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Mecartney, John M. [absolutist; was imprisoned] [see Albon P. Man Jr. (CDGA)]
- Miles, Ward (CDGA)
- Moray, Joseph (CDGA)
- Morris, Elliston P. [absolutist; was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Murphy, Stanley [absolutist; was imprisoned] (CDGA) [see also DG 010; DG 022]
- Nelson, Ralph (CDGA)
- Nelson, Wallace Floyd [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Newman, Morton [see DG 043, Series D: media coverage of WILPF, 1941 & Series B,5, box 53 ]
- Norton, Edgar R. (CDGA)
- Osborne, Joseph C. [smokejumper] (CDGA)
- Ovenson, Barney [absolutist (?)] (CDGA)
- Pacman, Mario Joseph (CDGA)
- Peck, James [absolutist; was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Richards, William & Arnold [absolutists] (CDGA)
- Richardson, Channing B. (CDGA) [see also DG 056]
- Roodenko, Igal [absolutist] (DG 161)
- Rustin, Bayard [absolutist] (CDGA) [see also drawing by Whitey Matysik in Oversize Items Collection: Graphics [graphic #0102]
- Satterthwait, Arnold [see DG 043, Series B,5, box 53; see also DG 022]
- Satterthwait Jr., Charles (CDGA)
- Schear, Rev. Lloyd [see DG 043, Series B,5, box 53, box 53]
- Schumacher, Charles (CDGA)
- Seltzer, Chester E. [absolutist; was imprisoned] [see Albon P. Man Jr.(CDGA)]
- Shapiro, Norbert (CDGA)
- Smith, Charles David [participated in a CPS guinea pig experiment] (CDGA)
- Smith, Louis Dabney [see William Murray Estep (CDGA)]
- Stoffregen, David [see DG 056]
- Stone, Oliver Ellis [absolutist; was imprisoned] [see DG 043, Series D: media coverage of
WILPF, 1941]
- Summers, Clyde Wilson [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Taylor, Louis [walked out of CPS; was imprisoned] (CDGA) [see also
DG 010; DG 022]
- Trainin, Isaac [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Walker, Charles [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Weber, Henry P. [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Weightman, Melvin Atwood [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Whitney, Norman G. (DG 061 [some usage restrictions]
- Wieck, David Thoreau [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Wilder, Marshall [see DG 043, Series B,5, box 52]
- Wilhelm, Paul & Jayne Tuttle Wilhelm [was in CPS camps 3, 49 & 52] (CDGA)
- Williams, Waldo (Great Britain)
- Willoughby, George (DG 236) [see also DG 017; DG 062; DG 064; DG 072; DG 073; DG 093]
- Zahn, Gordon C. (CDGA)

Universal Military Training, 1950s
- Bollens, Jack (CDGA)
- Crabill, Jack A. [1957 re: ROTC training] [see Kenneth George Hanauer (CDGA)]
- Eichel, Seymour [absolutist; was imprisoned in 1957; son of Julius Eichel] (DG 131) [see also Subject File: Conscientious
Objection / Objectors]
- Emerson, David [1954] [see John Beer (CDGA, box 1)]
- Hanauer, Kenneth George [1957 re: ROTC training] (CDGA)
- Horst, Peter Scott [1957] (CDGA)
- Murray, Don [1957] (CDGA)
- Nugent, Hary Gray [1952] (CDGA)
- Palmer, T. Vail [1950 absolutist] (CDGA)

Vietnam War
- Blood, Peter [absolutist] (CDGA) [see also DG 083]
- Blowen, John Mark [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Boardman, Richard M. (CDGA)
- Braxton, John Worth [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Conklin, Geoffrey R. (CDGA)
- Cooper, Dan [see Elliston P. Morris (CDGA)]
- Del Bourgo, David (CDGA)
- Eaton, Robert [absolutist; was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Fargas, Antonio John (CDGA)
- Farren, Patrick [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Ferber, Michael (CDGA)
- Glasgow, Miles G. (CDGA)
- Goddard, Ross [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Hostetter, C. Douglas (CDGA)
- Jakobson, Arno Sascha (CDGA)
- Keith, Jeff [absolutist; was imprisoned] (CDGA)
- Keyes, Gene (CDGA)
- Lauser, Wayne (CDGA)
- Lawson, Lloyd Odin [see Subject File #1: Conscientious Objection/Objectors -- U.S. Sources,
1960-1969]
- Mitchell, David [1960s, possibly pre-Vietnam War] (CDGA)
- Moore, Fred [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Morrison, David (CDGA)
- Mott, Jeremy H. (CDGA)
- Rodd, Thomas [absolutist] (CDGA)
- Seeger, Daniel [absolutist] (CDGA) [see also DG 065]
- Smith, Kathleen Norma [nurse], 1974 (CDGA)
- Vlasits, George [see North Carolina Student Committee Against the War (CDGA)]
- Whitehorn, Erik (CDGA)
- Young, Ron (CDGA) [see also DG 013]
- Zimmerman, David Peter [absolutist] (CDGA)

Selective Service Draft, 1980-1981
- Mager, Andy (CDGA)

Persian Gulf War, 1990-1991
- Coil, Tim (CDGA)
- Larsen, Erik (CDGA) [see also Subject File #1: Conscientious Objection/ Objectors, Gulf War, 1990-1991]

War on Iraq & Afghanistan, 2003-
- Aguayo, Agustin (CDGA)
- Barriga, Jonathan (CDGA)
- Bartell, Dale & Amy (CDGA)
- Benderman, Kevin (CDGA)
- Clark, Travis [former G.I.] [see Subject File #1: Conscientious Objection/ Objectors -- U.S. Sources, 2000-2003]
- Combs, Justin [applied for C.O. status] (CDGA)
- Craig, Glenn [former G.I.] [see Subject File #1: Conscientious Objection/ Objectors -- U.S. Sources, 2000-2003]
- Delgado, Aidan (CDGA)
- Funk, Stephen Eagle (CDGA)
- Hinzman, Jeremy (CDGA)
- Jashinski, Katherine (CDGA)
- Klimkewicz, Joel (CDGA)
- Mejia, Camilo (CDGA)
- Paredes, Pablo (CDGA)
- Watada, Ehren (CDGA)
- Webb, Carl (CDGA)

Other / Unknown War
- Friedrich, ____ [German pacifist in southern France, 1941] [see DG 043, Series B,5, box 55a]
- Urquhart, H.R. (New Zealand)
- Vernier, Philippe [absolutist; sentenced as a C.O. in 1933-1934 to 3 years imprisonment] (France)
 


Records of Organizations Working on Conscientious Objection
- Absolutist War Objectors Association [WWII] (CDGA)
- Advisory Committee on Conscientious Objection [1951-current] (Australia)
- Alliance for Conscientious Objectors [1970-1974] (DG 088)
- American Civil Liberties Union: National Committee on Conscientious Objectors [WWII] (DG 022)
- American Friends Service Committee [records re: CPS, 1940-1947] (DG 002)
- American Friends Service Committee (CDGA)
- American Friends Service Committee: Rights of Conference Group (CDGA)
- Amnesty Information and Action Center [1971-1977] (DG 114)
- Anti-Conscription Campaign Committee [WWI] (Australia)
- Anti-Conscription League of Australia [WWI] (Australia)
- Association of Catholic Conscientious Objectors [1940-1946] (CDGA)
- Big Flats Defense Committee [WWII] (CDGA)
- CCCO / An Agency for Military and Draft Counseling [1948-current] (formerly DG 073: Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors)
- Celebration of Conscience, 1990 (CDGA)
- Center on Conscience and War (DG 025; some usage restrictions)
- Chicago Coalition Against Registration & the Draft [1980] (CDGA)
- Christian Pacifist Society of New Zealand (New Zealand)
- Civilian Public Service Union [1944-1946] (DG 008)
- Committee for Amnesty for All Objectors to War and Conscription [WWII] (CDGA)
- Committee for the Universal Recognition of Conscientious Objection to Military Service [1947] (CDGA)
- Committee of Families and Friends of Imprisoned Conscientious Objectors [WWII] (CDGA)
- Committee of 100 Friends of Conscientious Objection [1919] (CDGA)
- Committee on Drafting Youth [1942] (CDGA)
- Committee on Educational Aid for Conscientious Objectors [WWII] (CDGA)
- Committee to End Slave Labor in America [WWII; re: CPS] (CDGA)
- Communication Group on Conscription and Amnesty [1969] (CDGA)
- Council of Christian Pacifist Groups [1936-1941] (Great Britain)
- Courage to Resist [2007- ] (CDGA)
- Delaware Draft Counseling & Education Service, Inc. [1980-?] (CDGA)
- Draft Counseling Service [1980-1983] (CDGA)
- Draft Information & Counseling Association of New Jersey [1972] (CDGA)
- Episcopal Peace Fellowship [1939-current] (DG 118)
- Federal Council of Churches [1939-1945] [see National Council of Churches/USA (CDGA)]
- Federal Council of Churches, Committee on the Conscientious Objector [1941-1946] (DG 048)
- Fellowship of Conscientious Objectors [WWII] (Great Britain)
- Fellowship of Conscientious Objectors (New Zealand)
- Fellowship of Reconciliation [1915-current] (DG 013)
- Finger Lakes Military Counseling & Information Center [198_] (CDGA)
- Friends Committee on National Legislation [1940-current] (DG 047)
- Friends Service Committee [WWI] (Great Britain)
- Glendora Strikers Defense Committee [1946-1947; re: workers' strike at Glendora CPS Camp] (CDGA)
- Kevin Benderman Defense Committee [2005- ] [see Kevin Benderman (CDGA)]
- Ligue Internationale des Combattants de la Paix [1937] (France)
- Mennonite Central Committee Peace Section: European Committee [for information re: German
C.O.s, etc., 1950s-1960s] (CDGA)
- Metropolitan Board for Conscientious Objectors [1940-1970] (DG 060)
- Michigan Council for Conscientious Objectors [WWII] (CDGA)
- Midwest Committee for Military Counseling [1977-1995] (DG 187)
- Montreal Council to Aid War Resisters [Vietnam Conflict] (Canada)
- National Council Against Conscription [WWI] (Great Britain)
- National Council Against Conscription [1944-1960] (DG 052)
- National Council for Civil Liberties [WWI] (Great Britain)
- National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors [see Center on Conscience and War (DG 025)]
- National Service Board for Religious Objectors [see Center on Conscience and War (DG 025)]
- New York Bureau of Legal Advice [WWI] (CDGA)
- New York State Board for Civilian Public Service [WWII] (CDGA)
- No Conscription Council [WWII] (Great Britain)
- No Conscription Fellowship [WWI] (Great Britain)
- No Conscription League [WWII] (Great Britain)
- Northern California Service Board for Conscientious Objectors [WWII] (CDGA)
- Pacific Counseling Service [1969-1972] (CDGA)
- Pacifist Group at Cornell University [WWII] (CDGA)
- Pacifist Research Bureau [WWII] (CDGA)
- Palo Alto Committee Against Conscription [WWII] (CDGA)
- Pax Christi [1950-current] (Germany)
- Pax Christi [1970-current] (Great Britain)
- Peace Associates, Inc. [WWII] (CDGA)
- Peacemakers [WWII] (CDGA)
- Philadelphia Committee for Amnesty for All Objectors to War (CDGA)
- Philadelphia Council for Conscientious Objectors [1943-1952] (CDGA)
- Quaker House, Fayetteville, SC [2005- ] (CDGA)
- Refuser Solidarity Network [2003?- ] (CDGA)
- Resist Conscription Committee [1948] (CDGA)
- Resistance, The [1967-1968] (CDGA)
- Riverside Community (New Zealand)
- Schweizerischer Friedensrat: Zivildienstkommission [WWII] (Switzerland)
- Selective Service Law Panel of Los Angeles (CDGA)
- Southwest Regional Draft Counseling Association
- Strickland Press (Great Britain)
- Swarthmore College Draft Resisters Union [Vietnam War, 1967] (CDGA)
- Syracuse Peace Council [WWII] (CDGA)
- Tolstoy Peace Group [WWII] (CDGA)
- United Pacifist Committee [1938-1947] (CDGA)
- Untide Press [WWII; begun at CPS camp in Waldeport, Oregon] (CDGA)
- Vredeskring van Nederland [WWI] (Netherlands)
- War Resisters International [1921-1974] (DG 039)
- West Coast Counseling Service [1970s] (CDGA)
- Women's Committee to Oppose Conscription [1942-1948] (DG 068)
- Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [1939-1948] (DG 043: includes C.O.Committee, 1934-1948 [Series A,4], correspondence with C.O. George Carpenter, 1969 [Series A,6: Issues Files], Legislative Office correspondence, 1947 [Series A,6: Correspondence], Pennsylvania Branch correspondence [Series B,5], General Correspondence [Series C])
- Young Democracy (CDGA)
- Young Friends of North America: Committee on Conscription [1968-1971] (DG 083)


Other -- See Also
- Tripod (electronic catalog) [Subject searches: 1/ "conscientious objectors"; 2/ "conscientious objection"; 3/"civilian public service"]
- Material by or about conscientious objectors, and about conscientious objection in the Subject File Collection [see checklist]
- Civilian Public Service Personal Papers and Collected Materials (DG 56)
- Material about Civilian Public Service in the Subject File [includes material re: guinea pig
experiments]
- Papers of Herman Alderstein for his manuscript on conscientious objection (CDGA)
- Papers of William Charles Allen (CDGA)
- Papers of Norman Angell [WWI] (Great Britain)
- Papers of James Barr [WWI] (Great Britain)
- Papers of the Duke of Bedford [1943] (Great Britain)
- Papers of Peter Brock re: British C.O.s in WWI (Canada) [see also Book Collection]
- Papers of Julien Cornell [WWII] (DG 010)
- Papers of the Eichel Family (DG 131)
- Papers of Chuck Fager (CDGA)
- Papers of Paul Comly French [1940-1946] (CDGA)
- Papers of Charles Edward Gregory [a C.O. in WWI who was never prosecuted] (Great
Britain)
- Gaillard T. Hunt [Vietnam war era, counsel to C.O.s; link to Hunt's own web site and writings, finding aid for SCPC's collection of Hunt papers is not yet available on line]
- Papers of Allan M. Laing [WWI] (Great Britain)
- Papers of Frieda Lazarus Langer [1940s-1970s] (CDGA)
- Papers of Alfred H. Love [1848-1912] [see Universal Peace Union (DG 038)]
- Papers of Alice Niles Lynd & Staughton Lynd [1965-1971] (DG 099)
- Papers of Sallie Marx, 1974 (CDGA) [includes mss. "A Deserter Next Door" and transcripts of interviews with deserters/draft resisters/American exiles]
- Records of the Methodist Church of Southern Africa, Christian Citizenship Dept. (South
Africa)
- Papers of Elliston Morris [includes letters from/to/about C.O.s, 1918, 1942, 1948,1951, 1956, 1968] (CDGA)
- Papers of Haridas T. Muzumdar [1943] (CDGA)
- Papers of T. Rasku [WWII] (Finland)
- Papers of Dr. Alfred Salter, M.P. [1940] (Great Britain)
- Papers of George Bernard Shaw (Great Britain)
- Papers of Edward & Margaret Thomas [WWII] (CDGA)
- Records of the University of Witwatersrand, Centre for Continuing Education, Johannesburg, 1978
(South Africa)
- Papers of Alexander Wilson [includes letters from conscientious objectors in Great Britain during WWI: George Armitage, L.A. Barber, W. Bone, W.A. Conolly, Joseph Dalby, C. Foster,
John Garner, Fred. J. Shirley, Harold Walkins, Tom Walsh, James H. Hudson, E. Ridgeway, and Harry Ward; material re: conscientious objectors and conscientious objection] (Great Britain)
- Papers of E. Raymond Wilson (DG 70)
- Records of the Evangelische Schule am Karlsplatz, Vienna, 1954-1961 [school rebuilt by Brethren
and Mennonite PAX service workers] (Austria)
- Clippings re: C.O.s in the papers of Warren W. Hoover (CDGA)
- Misc. material re: French C.O.s (France: Misc. Peace Material)
- Photographs of C.O.s from the following collections:
- Devere Allen (DG 53)
- American Friends Service Committee (DG 002)
- Bent Anderson (CDGA)
- Raymond & Helen Binford (CDGA)
- Church of the Brethren (CDGA)
- William Kantor (CDGA)
- New York Bureau of Legal Advice (CDGA)
- Subject File: Conscientious Objection/Objectors
- Photograph of Hermann Stöhr, executed by the Germans in 1940 (see DG 107: Trocmé)
- Drawings of C.O.s who were imprisoned along with artist "Whitey" Matysik [WWII; includes cartoon portraits of Barney Abosh, Bob Brooks, Harvey Corcoran, George Clemence, Al Eichel, Stan Fishman,Larry Gara, Norman Gesner, Nat Horwitz, Alex Lang, Lester Lermond, Rodney Owen, Bayard Rustin, Irving Schwartz, Merle Stafford, Bill Sutherland, Larry Templin] (Oversized Items Collection: Graphics)
- Periodicals The C.O. Clink Chronicle ["with which is incorporated the Canterbury Clinker, the Court Martial (Winchester), Instigilo (Dorchester), the Joyland Journal (Mountjoy, Dublin), the Lincoln Leader, the Literary Outlet (Birmingham and Hull), and the Walton Leader"], published by the National Labour Press Ltd., London, ca. 1917-1918 (Restricted Items [Foreign] Collection)


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This page created by Anne Yoder, Archivist, November 1998; last updated March 19, 2007