Holly Metz Collected Papers, 1983-1991 (bulk 1983-1985)
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Holly Metz (?? - )
Holly Metz Collected Papers
Dates of papers, 1983-1991 (bulk 1983-1985)
Language of Materials
Materials in English
8.5 linear inches [papers only]
Papers of a freelance writer and book author about law, culture, and social issues.
Restrictions to Access
Yes [see below]
Yes [see below]
Alternate Form of Material
Gift of Holly Metz, July 2012 [acc. 2012-047]
Processed by Anne Yoder, Archivist, January 2014
[Identification of item], in the Holly Metz Collected Papers (CDG-A), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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A freelance writer since 1985, Holly Metz has written about law, culture, and social issues for a broad range of newspapers, journals, and magazines. For nine years she was a contributing writer for The Progressive and the American Bar Association publication Student Lawyer. Metz has been recognized with a Barbara Deming Award for her writing on women war resisters and a Dick Goldensohn Fund Award for her Progressive magazine investigation into parental use of psychiatric commitment to control or punish rebellious teenagers. Her examination of the use of the “necessity defense” by both left- and right-wing protestors, published in Student Lawyer and Z magazine, was included in the 4th edition of Before the Law: An Introduction to the Legal Process. She was delighted to have one of her articles for The Progressive included in Democracy in Print: The Best of the Progressive Magazine, 1909-2009, alongside the works of Eugene Debs, Howard Zinn, Molly Ivins, and Bill Moyers. In 2013, her book, Killing the Poormaster: A Saga of Poverty, Corruption, and Murder in the Great Depression received the Book of the Year Award from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities and the McCormick Prize from the New Jersey Historical Commission. [notes from http://www.hollymetz.net/]
This small collection of material was produced and gathered by Metz for a book on 20th century war resisters. Restrictions apply to all transcriptions and other material related to interviews taken from others (donor has retained the rights to this information, and there are no releases from interviewees).
Photos removed to the Photograph Collection
Pin removed to the Button/Pin/Ribbon Collection
Stamp removed to the Stamp/Sticker/Seal/Envelope Collection
Detailed Description of the Collection
Miscellaneous correspondence, etc.
Barry, Todd (CCNV): correspondence and transcript of interview
Bourgeois, Father Roy: correspondence
Brandywine Peace Community: miscellaneous
Community for Creative Non-Violence
Conscientious objectors (former) in the military: correspondence etc. [chapter from book]
Disarmament Now / Peacemakers, Madison (WI): correspondence, etc.
Eschelman, William: transcript of interview
Greenham Common: mss. and notes, etc.
Hamburger, Jay: transcript of interview
Miller, Rich & the Kindred Community: correspondence, etc.
Minnesota Women’s Camp: miscellaneous.
Stern, Lee: transcript of interview
Stoudt, Thelma: correspondence, etc.
Ventimiglia, Linda: correspondence
Weaver, Robert: correspondence and transcript of interview
Women of Faith: miscellaneous
Women’s (Day of Disarmament) Action, New London, Connecticut: miscellaneous
Woodson, Helen: correspondence, etc.
Reference material: religious resistance
This file was last updated August 21, 2015