National Council for Prevention of War

Records, 1921-1975

 

DG 023

 

 

©Swarthmore College Peace Collection

500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, 19081-1399

Table of Contents

Historical Introduction

Scope and Content

Administrative Information

Additional Information

Collection Inventory

- Series A: Historical Information

- Series B: Frederick J. Libby, Executive Secretary

- Series C: Meeting Minutes

- Series D: Departmental Records

- Series E: General Correspondence

- Series F: Subject and Special Project Files

- Series G: Involvement With Other Organizations

- Series H: Attacks on / Red-Baiting of the NCPW, Frederick J. Libby and Other Pacifists

- Series I: Literature Department

- Series J: Production of Frederick J. Libby's Book To End War: The Story of the National Council for Prevention of War, 1921-1946 (1969)

- Series K: Administrative Records (cont.)

- Series L: Additional Material [received after Series A-E was microfilmed; some items may be duplicates]

- Series M: Reference Files

 

 

Historical Introduction

[originally written by Gladys K.G. Mackenzie and edited by Mary Mangelsdorf and Jean Soderlund. Updated by Anne Yoder in Sept. 2005.}

In Sept. 1921, representatives of seventeen national organizations met in Washington, DC to organize the National Council for Limitation of Armaments. Their purpose was to promote the soon to be held Washington Conference on Limitation of Armaments, and to make an effort to curb the race to build ships for the U.S. Navy, then just beginning. The Council had no individual memberships but was a clearinghouse for national peace organizations. The Council aimed for the substitution of law for war as a method of settling international differences. Through its member organizations the Council represented the overwhelming sentiment of the people of the United States in favor of reducing armaments.

In Oct. 1921 Frederick J. Libby (FJL) was appointed Executive Secretary of this newly formed organization. Libby was born in Maine, the son of a country doctor. He graduated from Bowdoin College at age twenty and taught school for a few years before going on to further study at the universities of Berlin, Heidelberg, Marburg and Oxford. LIbby went on to earn his B.D. at Andover Theological Seminary. This was followed by seven years as a Congregational minister in Magnolia, Massachusetts and seven more as a teacher at Phillips Exeter Academy. During World War I, already a convinced pacifist, Libby traveled overseas for the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) as a relief and reconstruction worker. He later became the American Commissioner for the AFSC in Europe. Libby's experience with the aftermath of war convinced him to became a Quaker in 1921, and he spent the rest of his life trying to prevent wars.

With a staff of two, Frederick Libby set up an office in the parlor of the Eye Street Friends Meeting House, in the fall of 1921. A few weeks later the office moved to a large historic house at 532 17th Street, N.W. When the Washington Conference convened that Nov., Libby and his staff arranged International Forums, at which eminent persons attending the Washington Conference were invited to speak. In Jan. 1922, the name of the organizatin was changed to the National Council for the Reduction of Armaments. The following fall, when it was decided that the organization would operate permanently, the name National Council for Prevention of War was chosen. In 1931, the NCPW incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia. From limitation of armaments, its purpose crystallized into a three-fold program: progressive world organization; worldwide reduction of armaments by international agreement; and worldwide education for peace.

Under Libby's direction, the NCPW extended its scope and influence into every state in the U.S., and was the focal point for the distribution of peace information to the thirty-two national organizations affiliated with it. Branch offices were established in San Francisco, CA, Louisville, KY, Portland, OR, Springfield, MA, and Des Moines. IA. The Washington, DC office grew rapidly as new departments were added: Education and a Speakers Bureau in 1921; Legislative in 1922; National Student Forums in 1925; a Farm Department in 1929; Youth Movement for World Recovery in 1930; and Labor, Press and Moving Picture Departments in 1934-1935. Herbert Wilton Stanley wrote in the American Mercury in 1936: "It is no exaggeration to describe the Council as the most effective peace agency in America today." This was the NCPW's peak year with sixty-one full-time workers, Peace Action , the NCPW's magazine, had a circulation of 25,000, there were nearly 2,500 speeches delivered, and over one and one-half million pieces of literature of all sorts were distributed.

Beginning in Dec. 1921, when the call went out "to make this a great peace Christmas," campaign followed campaign. The first effort of the NCPW was to obtain ratification of the treaties resulting from the Washington Conference on Limitation of Armaments. The organization next tackled the "No More War" campaign of 1922; "Law Not War" Days in 1923-1925, and "America First," in 1924. The successful "To Chicago Plan," organized by Jeannette Rankin, the NCPW's first lobbyist, and Florence Boeckel, its Education Director, took carloads of peace workers from all over the country to both Republican and Democratic national party conventions. The NCPW played an important part in preventing war with Mexico in 1927. It urged the ratification of the Kellogg-Briand Pact and membership for the United States in the League of Nations and the World Court, lobbied against the "Big Navy" and in favor of disarmament proposals, and aided the investigation of munition manufacturers in 1934-1935.

As World War II approached, the NCPW supported neutrality legislation, a war referendum, and the Keep America Out of War campaign. During the war years, and directly afterwards, although working with a greatly reduced staff and funds, the NCPW was active in favor of aid to displaced persons, for sanity and justice in the War Crimes Trials, and in opposition to the dismantling of German peacetime industry and the confiscation of German and Japanese private property in the U.S. In all of these campaigns, the NCPW cooperated with other organizations in the peace movement such as the Committee on Militarism in Education, Foreign Policy Association, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Fellowship of Reconciliation, National Committee on the Cause and Cure of War, National Peace Conference, Friends Committee on National Legislation, Emergency Peace Campaign, League of Nations Association, and the National Council Against Conscription, to list only the national groups. State and local peace councils and peace action committees were of great assistance to all the national organizations during the 1920s-1930s, distributing literature, setting up local conferences, arranging speaking engagements, and cooperating in political campaigns.

As head of the NCPW Frederick Libby continually traveled all over the United States. As he was a deft organizer and a convincing speaker, he had invitations from groups of all kinds both in the U.S. and in Europe. Libby remarked many times that he felt that the NCPW was a middle-of-the-road organization "for that is what the people are." As time went on, Libby became the NCPW in the minds of many Americans. During the period of the NCPW's active life, he raised over two million dollars. At one time Libby had the reputation of being the best fundraiser in the peace movement. The story of the NCPW's strongest period is told in To End War, which Libby wrote during his last years. The book was published by Fellowship Publications in 1969, six months before Libby died, aged ninety-five. He was survived by his widow, Faith Ward Libby, who remained an active supporter of the NCPW and the peace movement. The NCPW kept its corporate existence until 1971, though it had ceased its programmatic activities when Frederick Libby retired in 1954.

 

Scope and Content

The records of the National Council for Prevention of War (NCPW) include meeting minutes of the Executive Board (1921-1973), meeting minutes of the Annual Meetings, financial records, and correspondence, all for the years 1921-1975, departmental and branch office records, and NCPW published material, including complete files of the News Bulletin (1921-1934) and Peace Action (1934-1968). The bulk of the collection is general correspondence. A Subject and Special Project file contains a variety of materials that document the NCPW's specific endeavors. Also included are manuscripts and drafts of Frederick Libby's book, To End War (1969), his writings, speeches, and attacks upon both him and the NCPW. Dissertations and manuscripts about the NCPW are also available, as are photographs, posters, scrapbooks, and memorabilia.

Series letters, and in some cases titles. were added to this checklist in Sept. 2005 to make it conform to other finding aids.

Correspondents include Alden G. Alley, Emily Greene Balch, Roger N. Baldwin, Albion P. Beverage, Florence Brewer Boeckel, Clement Biddle, Carrie Chapman Catt, James F. Finucane, Raymond Fosdick, Sidney L. Gulick, Paul Harris, Jr., Frederick J. Libby, Gladys K.G. Mackenzie, A.J. Muste, Jesse M. MacKnight, Lucia Ames Mead, Laura Puffer Morgan, Ray Newton, Carrie Wyckoff Ormsbee, Jeannette Rankin, John Nevin Sayre, Rosika Schwimmer, Norman Thomas, Oswald Garrison Villard, E. Raymond Wilson, and Mary Ida Winder.

Notes

Most correspondence concerning FJL's speaking engagements will be found in "General Correspondence" (letters by FJL and G. Mackenzie).

 

Administrative Information

Copyright and Permissions

This finding aid is the property of the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. All Rights Reserved.

Restrictions on Access

None

Preferred Citation

Swarthmore College Peace Collection, National Council for Prevention of War.

Other Formats Available

Microfilm: 315 reels (portions of collection are not filmed)

Microfilming was completed with funds from the National Council for Prevention of War, private donors, and the National Endowment for the Humanities (Grant No. RC 27706-77-739).

Provenance

The archives of the National Council for Prevention of War were donated to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection by the National Council for Prevention of War by a vote taken at the Executive Board Meeting in Washington, DC on Oct. 28, 1966. In giving these papers, the National Council for Prevention of War transferred any literary and/or legal rights to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. Frederick J. Libby and Faith Ward Libby also donated material for this collection.

Processing Notes

Processed by Gladys K. Gould Mackenzie (NCPW staffperson) in 1958-1959 and 1970-1972, by Antonia R. Caruso in April 1984, and by Anne M. Yoder, 2004-2005.

 

Additional Information

Separated Material

The diaries of Frederick J. Libby (1921-1970) and a small collection of his personal correspondence are in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress (Washington, DC). Additional papers of Frederick J. Libby and Faith Ward Libby may be found in DG 087 in the Peace Collection.

Posters were removed to the Poster Collection

Glass lantern slides were removed to the Audiovisual Collection

3 LPs were removed to the Audiovisual Collection

Oversized items were removed to the Oversized Items Collection

Two studies about the NCPW may be found in the Peace Collection's book collection: "Internationalism in American Thought, 1919-1929," by Lyman Besse Burbank (New York University, 1950, 257 pages); and "The Influence of the NCPW on United States Foreign Policy, 1935-1939," by Allan A. Kuusisto (Harvard University, 1950, 308 pages).

Sponsor:

Encoding made possible by a grant from the Gladys Kriebel Delmas Foundation to the Philadelphia Consortium of Special Collections Libraries

Language(s) Represented

English

Added Entries

Subjects

  National Council for Prevention of War (U.S.) -- Archives

  National Council for Reduction of Armaments (U.S.) -- Archives

  Peace -- Societies, etc. -- History Sources

 

 


 

Collection Inventory

 

Series A: Historical Information
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Box 1 [mf reel 41.1]

NCPW History

Historical Records, 1921-1971

Preliminary action to setting up of National Council for Limitation of Armaments

Founding of National Council for Limitation of Armaments, 1921 (Sept.)

Headquarters of NCPW (for 20 years) in historic building at 532 17th Street, NW

(Washington, DC)

Washington Conference on Limitation of Armaments: forums & Tea Meetings,

1921 (Nov.) - 1922 (Jan.)

Early years of the NCPW, 1921-1929

Re-organization, 1927-

Constitution & by-laws

Incorporation in District of Columbia, 1931

NCPW history, 1930s

 

Box 1a [mf reel 141.1]

NCPW History

10th Anniversary party, 1931

Testimonial by General S. D. Embick, 1939 (April)

Certificate of gift of material to Library of Congress, 1941

Move to new address (1013 18th Street, NW, Washington, DC), 1940 (Sept.) - 1941

[includes other 1940s NCPW history material]

National War Labor Board re: raising salaries during war

25th Anniversary party, Nov. 9, 1946

 

Box 2 [mf reel 41.2]

NCPW History

Letters urging continuation of NCPW after Dec. 6, 1941

FJL's statements & letters re: outbreak of WWII, 1941 (Sept.) - 1942

Letters against NCPW policy, 1939-1945

Letters of withdrawal from NCPW, etc.

Withdrawal of Jewish groups from NCPW

Relation to local councils

Staff meetings, 1930-1940

Meetings of NCPW Policy Committee, 1928-1935

 

Box 3 [mf reel 41.2 cont.]

NCPW History

Annual statements of policy: "What is NCPW?”, 1922-1937

Programs of action, 1940s

NCPW statements: literature & fundraising presentations

"What is NCPW?” (chosen by Mrs. Eckels, Librarian)

 

Box 3a [mf reel 41.3]

NCPW History

Sketches & bits of history re: NCPW [probably collected by Mrs. Eckels, Librarian]

History; programs, 1950-1971

Commendations on work achieved

 

Box 4 [mf reel 41.3 cont.]

NCPW History

Policies & achievements

Arrangement to pay debt to Alexandria Monthly Meeting with Everett Legacy (Jan. 10,

1954)

Examples of successful NCPW peace efforts

The Niles Report (management consultations), 1936

Some achievements of NCPW [collected by Mrs. Eckels, Librarian]

Cooperation of NCPW with other peace organizations

Comments on continuation of NCPW after resignation of FJL, 1954

Future of NCPW after Nov. 24, 1954

Studies, books & papers about NCPW, 1929-1950

 

Box 5 [mf reel 41:4]

NCPW History

"The National Council for Prevention of War” by Margaret Worth, 1929 (169 pages)

"The NCPW: Its Action & Technique” by Harmon Wilkinson, 1937 (40 pages)

"Study of the NCPW as a Minority Group” by Simpson Smith, Brookings Institute,

1930-1932 (324 pages)

"Successes & Failures of the NCPW” by Margaret Wood, 1944 (13 pages)

"Another Way to Serve: A History of the NCPW” by Fern E. Stowe, 1946 (190 pages)

Misc. papers & answers to reference questions about the NCPW

 

 

Series B: Frederick J. Libby, Executive Secretary (1921-1970)

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Box 6 [mf reel 41:4 cont.]

Biographical

Biographical information

Biographical sketches, etc. for publicity, 1922-1935

Biographical sketches, etc. for publicity, 1936-1959

Obituaries

Photographs (including 1920s passports) [photos removed]

Commendations & testimonials

Amusing stories re: FJL

Luncheon in honor of FJL, Baltimore (MD), given by the Women's International League

for Peace & Freedom, Jan. 30, 1943 [luncheon scrapbook not filmed]

Handwritten notes

Efforts as judge for "Printing for World Peace” essay contest

 

Box 7 [mf reel 41:4 cont.]

Writings

"War on War: A Campaign Textbook,” 1922 (71 pages) [includes misc. related material]

 

Box 7 (cont.) [reel 41:5]

Writings

Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1921-1923

Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1924-1926

Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1927-1929

Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1930-1933

Typed manuscripts of different versions of FJL's book To End War [includes misc.

related material, comments & reviews]

 

Box 7a [mf reel 41:5 cont.]

Writings

Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1934-1937

Articles etc. re: the peace movement

Articles etc. re: neutrality

 

Box 8 [mf reel 41:6]

Writings

Articles, pamphlets, reprints of speeches, etc., 1938-1957

On Postwar World Organization, 1932-1947

Articles etc. re: Gandhi

Articles etc. re: conscription & conscientious objectors

Letters to senators & congresspersons (mostly form letters), 1938-1946

Letters to senators & congresspersons, 1947-1955

Letters to newspapers (& related material), 1932-1951

Writings for United States News, 1936-1946

Articles etc. re: pacifism & reply to Brand Blanshard

Criticism of Walter Lippmann's ‘Postwar World,' 1943 (June)

 

Box 9 [mf reel 41:7]

Public Appearances, 1921-1953

Lists of subjects for speeches

Speeches given, 1921-1927

Speeches given, 1928-1931

Speeches given, 1932-1935

Speeches given, 1936-1953

Radio speeches (& other related materials), 1934-1939

Debate with Earl Browder re: communism, Madison Square Garden, New York (NY),

May 4, 1938

Speech given at Kansas Institute of International Relations, Reed College, Portland (OR),

1939

 

Box 10 [mf reel 41:7]

Public Appearances, 1921-1953

Speeches given on American Forum of the Air, 1939-1943

 

Box 10 (cont.) [mf reel 41:8]

Public Appearances, 1921-1953

Reactions to FJL's speeches on American Forum of the Air: correspondence

Misc. radio talks given, 1940-1947

Radio talks (6) given on [regarding?] American Foreign Policy, 1944

Statements, etc. before Platform Committees, Democratic & Republican Party

Conventions, 1940, 1944, 1948, 1952

Notes taken at Residential Seminar on World Politics, Bryn Mawr (PA), Aug. 27 –

Sept. 4, 1954

Sourcebook with FJL's notes, taken at Seminar on Conscription, Coercion &

Disarmament, Pendle Hill (PA), Oct. 16-24, 1943

 

Box 11 [mf reel 41:8 cont.]

Public Appearances, 1921-1953

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1921-1922

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1923

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1924

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1925

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1926

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1927

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1928

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1929

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1930

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1931

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1932

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1933-1934

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1935-1936

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1937-1938

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1939-1940

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1941-1943

Schedule for speaking trip to Ohio & New York, 1943 (April)

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1944-1946

Schedules for speaking appointments; itineraries, 1947-1948

Typical expense accounts for FJL, 1935-1941

 

Box 12 [mf reel 41:9]

Retirement, Etc.

Special gift fund in honor of retirement & 80th birthday, 1954 (Nov.)

Letters of response to appeal for Libby Gift Fund & Dinner

Comments on Frederick J. Libby's resignation as Executive Secretary (Nov. 24,1954)

Dinner in honor of 80th Birthday, Dec. 7, 1954

80th birthday greetings

 

Box 13 [mf reel 41:10]

Publicity & Media Coverage About NCPW & FJL

Newspaper clippings, 1921 (Fall)

Newspaper clippings, 1922 (Jan.-Feb.)

Newspaper clippings, 1922 (March-Sept.)

Newspaper clippings, 1922 (Oct.-Dec.)

Newspaper clippings, 1923 (Jan.-March)

Newspaper clippings, 1923 (April-Dec.)

Newspaper clippings about FJL's British tour, 1923 (Oct.)

 

Box 14 [mf reel 41:10 cont.]

Publicity & Media Coverage About NCPW & FJL

Newspaper clippings, 1924-1929

Newspaper clippings, 1930-1931

Newspaper clippings, 1932-1935

Newspaper clippings, 1936-1939

Newspaper clippings, 1940-1941

Newspaper clippings, 1942-1949

Newspaper clippings, 1950-1956

Newspaper clippings, n.d.

 

Box 15 [mf reel 41:11]

Letters To Staff From The Field

Letters, 1922 (Jan.-June)

Letters, 1922 (July-Dec.)

Letters, 1923 (Jan.-June)

Letters, 1923 (July-Dec.)

Letters, 1924

Letters, 1925

Letters, 1926

Letters, 1927

 

Box 16 [mf reel 41:12]

Letters To Staff From The Field

Letters, 1928

Letters, 1929

 Letters, 1930

Letters, 1931

Letters, 1932

 

Box 16 (cont.) [mf reel 41:13]

Letters To Staff From The Field

Letters, 1933

Letters, 1934

Letters, 1935

 

Box 17 [mf reel 41:13 cont.]

Letters To Staff From The Field

Letters, 1936

Letters, 1937

Letters, 1938

Letters, 1939

Letters, 1940

 

Box 17 (cont.) [mf reel 41:14]

Letters To Staff From The Field

Letters, 1941

Letters, 1942

Letters, 1943-1951

Other Correspondence

Letters to people abroad re: trip to Europe, 1949-1950

Letters to NCPW staff members during trip to Europe, 1950

Letters, 1952-1954

 

Box 18 [mf reel 41:14 cont.]

Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. MacKenzie, 1921-1923

Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. MacKenzie, 1924-1926

Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. MacKenzie, 1927-1928

Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. MacKenzie, 1929-1930

Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. MacKenzie, 1931-1933

Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. MacKenzie, 1934-1939

Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. MacKenzie, 1940-1949

Correspondence etc. with Gladys G. MacKenzie, 1950-1954

 

 

Series C: Meeting Minutes

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See boxes 23-24 for mf reels 41:15-41:16

 

Box 19 [mf reel 41:17]

Annual Meetings

Annual business meetings, 1921-1932 [1 folder per year]

 

Box 20 [mf reel 41.17 cont.]

Annual Meetings

Annual business meetings, 1933-1940 [1 folder per year]

Annual meeting, 1940 -1941 (Feb. 21)

Annual business meeting, 1941

Workers Conference on Policy & Action, Washington (DC), 1941 (Nov.)

Annual business meeting, 1942

Workers Conference on Policy & Action, Philadelphia (PA), 1942 (Nov.)

 

Box 21 [mf reel 41.17 cont.]

Annual Meetings

Annual business meeting, 1943

Workers Conference on Policy & Action, Philadelphia (PA), 1943 (Dec.)

Annual business meeting, 1944

Workers Conference on Policy & Action, Washington (DC), 1944 (Nov.)

Annual business meeting, 1945

Workers Conference on Policy & Action, Atlantic City (NJ), 1945 (Dec.)

Annual business meeting, 1946

Workers Conference on Policy & Action, Washington (DC), 1946 (Nov.) [includes

NCPW's 25th Anniversary Party]

Annual business meeting, 1947

Workers Conference "How to Turn the Tide Towards Peace,” Washington (DC), 1947

(Dec.)

 

Box 22 [mf reel 41.17 cont.]

Annual Meetings

Annual business meeting, 1948

Annual business meeting, 1949

Annual business meeting, 1950

Annual business meeting, 1951

Clinic on Foreign Policy, Washington (DC), 1951 (Jan.)

Annual business meeting, 1952

Annual business meeting, 1953

Workshop on World Disarmament, Washington (DC), Jan. 16-17, 1953

Annual business meeting, 1954

Special meeting, April 7, 1954

Annual business meetings, 1955-1971 [1 folder per year]

Letters accompanying proxies, 1959-1979

 

Box 23 [mf reel 41.15]

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1921-1932 [1 folder per year]

 

Box 24 [mf reel 41:15 cont.]

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1933-1937 [1 folder per year]

 

Box 24 (cont.) [mf reel 41:16]

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1938-1941 [1 folder per year]

 

Box 25 [mf reel 41:16 cont.]

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1942-1951 [1 folder per year]

Executive Board/Committee: poll on ratification of Japanese treaty, 1951 (Dec.)

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1952-1954, 1965, 1967-1971 [1 folder per year]

 

Box 26 (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:17]

Executive Board/Committee meetings, 1955-1973

 

[mf reel 41:18 – 41:19 = periodicals "Bulletin,” "Peace Action,” News Bulletin” & "Peace Action”]

 

Box 27 [not on mf] on-site

Meetings for Policy & Action: findings, 1922-1939

Findings adopted, 1940-1954; FJL's reports, 1936-1966

Lists of officers & organizations, 1924-1966

Letterheads, 1922-1957

 

Box 28 [not on mf] not found 5/05

Misc. material related to meetings

 

 

Series D: Departmental Records

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Box 29 [mf reel 41:20]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Florence Brewer Boeckel

Biographical information [photos removed to Photograph Collection]

Writings, 1920s

Writings, 1930-1935

Writings, 1936-1939

Writings, 1940s

Writings, n.d.

Speeches made: transcripts & notes, etc. [2 folders]

 

Box 29 (cont.) [mf reel 41:21]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Florence Brewer Boeckel

Correspondence with FJL & other NCPW staff members, 1922-1924

Correspondence with FJL & other NCPW staff members, 1926-1931

Correspondence with FJL & other NCPW staff members, 1932-1938

 

Box 30 [mf reel 41:21 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence with NCPW staff members

Correspondence with newspapers

Survey of Colleges to Discover Interest in International Relations

Attendance at Brussels Conference on World Peace (Belgium), 1936 [includes report]

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: A - Andrae World Interdependence Exhibit

 

Box 30 (cont.) [mf reel 41:22]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: Andrae exhibit

 

Box 31 [mf reel 41:22 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence with Mrs. Frederic Beggs, 1933-1938

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: B - Children's Magazine

 

Box 31 (cont.) [mf reel 41:23]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: Carrie Chapman Catt –D

 

Box 32 [mf reel 41:23 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: E-J

 

Box 32 (cont.) [mf reel 41:24]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: Jacques - K

 

Box 33 [mf reel 41:24 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: L - National Federation of Business &

Professional Women

 

Box 33 (cont.) [mf reel 41:25]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: National Peace Conference - Nz

 

Box 34 [mf reel 41:25 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: O-U & Wa-Wh

 

Box 34 (cont.) [mf reel 41:26]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: V-Wo

 

Box 35 [mf reel 41:26 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1921-1938: Wo-Z

Correspondence (general), 1938

 

Box 35 (cont.) [mf reel 41:27]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1939-1940

Letter of resignation, 1942

 

Box 36 [mf reel 41:27 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel: Through the Gateway (Books of Goodwill, vol. 1),

1926 [2 copies of book; not filmed]

Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel: Across Borderlines (Books of Goodwill, vol. 2),

1926 [2 copies of book; not filmed]

Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel: Through the Gateway and Across Borderlines

            Correspondence re: permissions, etc., 1925- ; sales, etc.

Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel: Through the Gateway and Across Borderlines

            Promotion; reviews; correspondence; etc.

 

Box 37 [mf reel 41:27 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Published books: correspondence re: sale & promotion, advertising circulars, & reviews

of Between War & Peace: A Handbook for Peace Workers, 1928

 

Box 37 (cont.) [mf reel 41:28]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel: Between War and Peace, 1928

            2 copies of book [not filmed]

            Promotion & sales, 1928- [2 folders]

            Review & comments

            Promotion; correspondence; etc.

Books by Florence Brewer Boeckel: Turn Toward Peace

            2 copies of 1931 edition [not filmed 1st edition 1930]; "Leaders Manual” [not

filmed]

            Planning; correspondence with Friendship Press; etc.

            Promotion

            Reviews & comments [includes correspondence]

 

Box 38 [mf reel 41:28 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Series of mimeographed leaflets "Facts & Figures on International Affairs” (revised each

year), 1932-1933

Series of mimeographed leaflets "World Problems,” 1934-1939

 

Box 38 (cont.) [mf reel 41:29]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Series of mimeographed leaflets "World Problems,” 1940

Series of six mimeographed leaflets "Post-War World,” 1942

 

Box 39 [mf reel 41:29 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Lists of materials

Programs for special days

Programs etc. re: Lincoln's Birthday (Feb. 12)

Programs etc. re: Pan-American Day (April 14) [3 folders]

Programs etc. re: Pan-American Day (April 14): newsclippings [not filmed]

Programs etc. re: Mother's Day (May 12)

Programs etc. re: World Goodwill Day (May 18) [includes World Messages

            From the Children of Wales] [2 folders]

 

Box 40 [mf reel 41:30]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs for special days

Programs etc. re: Memorial Day [2 folders]

Programs etc. re: Memorial Day: newsclippings [not filmed]

Programs etc. re: World Goodwill Day [includes World Messages From

            the Children of Wales]

Programs etc. re: World Goodwill Day [includes correspondence]

Programs etc. re: Flag Day (June 14) [2 folders]

Programs etc. re: Flag Day (June 14): newsclippings [not filmed]

Programs etc. re: saluting the flag [includes correspondence with Friends'

            schools & colleges re: policy concerning flying the American flag

            on their premises, 1931]

 

Box 41 [mf reel 41:30 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs for special days

            Programs etc. re: Father's Day (June 18)

            Programs etc. re: July 4th

            Programs etc. re: Columbus Day (Oct. 12)

            Programs etc. re: Armistice Day (Nov. 11) [3 folders]

            Programs etc. re: Armistice Day (Nov. 11): newsclippings [not filmed]

            Programs etc. re: Christmas Day (Dec. 25)

 

Box 41 (cont.) [mf reel 41:31]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs for special days

Programs etc. re: Armistice Day (Nov. 11) (cont.)

Programs etc. re: Christmas Day (Dec. 25) (cont.)

 

Box 42 [mf reel 41:31 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs for special days

Programs etc. re: Christmas Day (Dec. 25) (cont.) [3 folders]

Lists of material for special groups

Programs & material for/about special groups

Business & peace

 

Box 42 (cont.) [mf reel 41:32]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs & material for/about special groups

Campfire Girls, ca. 1931

Children, ca. 1931

[farmers & peace: see Farm Dept.; labor & peace: see Labor Dept.]

 

Box 43 [mf reel 41:32 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs & material for/about special groups

Politicians/politics & peace

Soldiers & peace [2 folders]

Patriotism & peace [newsclippings not filmed]

 

Box 43 (cont.) [mf reel 41:33]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs & material for/about special groups

Women & peace [2 folders]

Women & peace -- Mother's Day

Women & peace -- British women

            [includes North Wales Women's Peace Council, 1929-1931]

Women & peace – women's clubs [2 folders]

Peace education in the home

 

Box 43a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:33 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Literature packets for teachers, ca. 1929-1930

Literature packets for teachers [2 folders]

 

Box 44 [mf reel 41:33 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs & packets for special groups

Women & peace -- club programs, etc.

Peace education in the home

 

Box 45 [mf reel 41:34]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs & material for/about special groups

Students & peace [3 folders]

Students & peace – newsclippings [not filmed]

Youth & peace

Youth & peace – speech contests [includes Seabury Press & Intercollegiate Peace                         Association]

 

Box 46 [mf reel 41:34 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs & packets for special groups: world interdependence

            Correspondence; exhibit information; literature; maps; etc. [photos of exhibits

            (1931-1937) removed to Photograph Collection; no large maps in

folder]

Literature developed re: world trade maps of industries (mimeographs), 1927

Literature developed re: economic survey of the U.S. (7 sections; mimeographed),

1927

World trade, etc. [includes correspondence]

Material for exhibits on world trade, 1933

Andrae World Interdependence Exhibit: publicity; reports; etc.

Exhibits; programs; literature (including "Times Have Changed”)

International economic cooperation, 1937-1943

Material re: "the shrinking world”

 

Box 46 (cont.) [mf reel 41:35]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Programs & packets for special groups: world trade

"The Shrinking World”; world economic surveys, 1933-1934

Local trade maps; material re: world interdependence

Material re: international economic cooperation

 

Box 47 [mf reel 41:35 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Educating for peace: literature courses, etc.

Educating for peace: literature courses, etc. [newsclippings not filmed]

 

Box 47 (cont.) [mf reel 41:36]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Educating for peace: in other countries

Educating for peace: literature -- "Prophets of Peace: Literature by Prominent Americans,

Britons & Germans”

Educating for peace: international projects for schools [postcards removed to Subject

            File: Art in War & Peace; posters removed to Poster Collection]

Educating for peace: Inter-Racial Festival, Washington (DC), directed by Rachel DuBois,

1943 (Nov.) [includes correspondence]

Educating for peace: intercultural education [newsclippings at end of folder not filmed]

Educating for peace: literature re: realities & effects of war

Educating for peace: war & peace as portrayed in history textbooks [includes 2 letters]

 

Box 48 [mf reel 41:36 cont. –41:37]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Peace pageants & plays [5 folders]

Peace pageants & plays: "Goodwill, the Magician”

Peace pageants & plays

 

Box 48a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:37 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Peace poems

Peace hymns [2 folders]

 

Box 49 [mf reel 41:37 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Bibliographies re: peace literature/material [4 folders]

 

Box 49 (cont.) [mf reel 41:38]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Peace flags [includes peace flag drawings by 6th grade students; 2 small flags re: gold rule

removed to Memorabilia Collection; photos removed to Photograph Collection;

document "World Peace Flags...World Peace Greetings” (1935) removed to

Oversized Items Collection; correspondence]

Games & costumes from other lands [newsclippings not filmed]

Peace parades [includes correspondence; photographs removed to Photograph Collection]

Peace parades: Cherry Blossom Festival/s (Washington, DC)

 

Box 50 [mf reel 41:38 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Church programs & peace [2 folders]

Churches & peace [2 folders]

 

Box 50 (cont.) [mf reel 41:39]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Ministers & peace

Churches & peace: teaching world friendship in Sunday School

Churches & peace: opinions of religious youth on war

Catholic Church & peace: Pope Pius XII

 

Box 51 [mf reel 41:39 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Peace prayers

Peace hymns [includes several letters]

 

Box 51 (cont.) [mf reel 41:40]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Correspondence & promotion etc. of "Children From Many Lands” posters [posters

            removed to Poster Collection]

Peace posters & cards [NCPW posters, cards, photos & stickers removed to appropriate

            collections]

Educational material for teachers

Educational material for teachers: education & peace [2 folders]

 

Box 52 [mf reel 41:40 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Resolutions fo educational institutions

World peace leaders

World peace leaders [newsclippings at end of folder not filmed]

Heroes of peace [newsclippings at end of folder not filmed]

Peace monuments

World Goodwill Day, May 18, 1931: scrapbook re: participants in Round the World

            Telephone Conversation [photos removed to Photograph Collection]

Book reviews and columns by Florence Brewer Boeckel for News Bulletin and Peace

            Action, 1928-1940

Pacifism

 

Box 52 (cont.) [mf reel 41:41]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

Round the World Telephone Conversation [photos removed to Photograph Collection]

World Wireless Message of the Children of Wales

Book reviews by FBB in Peace Action, 1928-1941

Pacifism

 

Box 53 [mf reel 41:41 cont.]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

"Between War & Peace”: a series of radio discussions by Members of Congress, 1935-

1939

 

Box 53 (cont.) [mf reel 41:42]

Education Department, 1921-1941 (Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel, Director)

"Between War & Peace”: comments on foreign policy by FBB (press releases), 1938-            1941

 

Box 54 [mf reel 41:43]

Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954

Files of Mrs. Edward L. Hunt (Secretary)

Correspondence, 1921 (Nov.) - 1922 (Jan.)

Files of Belle Rankin (Secretary)

Correspondence & schedule, 1922 (Jan.-March)

Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954

Speaking engagements of staff members, 1921-1938

Contacts & suggestions for speakers

Requests for speakers

Other speakers bureaus

Lucia Ames Mead: correspondence, 1921-1929

 

Box 54 cont. [mf reel 41:44]

Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954

Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954

Lucia Ames Mead: correspondence, 1930

 

Box 55 [mf reel 41:44 cont.]

Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954

Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954

Lucia Ames Mead: correspondence, publicity, schedules

Rev. Leyton Richards, 1925 (March-May): biographical material, correspondence

& schedules

Rev. Leyton Richards, 1925 (March-May): commendations; publicity [media

coverage?]

Carrie W. Ormsbee, 1928-1930: correspondence, contacts, schedules & reports

Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: correspondence with G. Mackenzie & NCPW

Washington office staff members

Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: correspondence with Friends Speakers Bureau

(Philadelphia, PA), 1931-1932 [includes Friends Speakers Bureau's

correspondence with G. Mackenzie]

Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: publicity & programs; schedules & reports

Thomas Q. Harrison, 1931-1934: commendations; orders & sales of literature &

subscriptions to Peace Action

Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: correspondence with G. Mackenzie & NCPW

Washington office staff members, 1934

 

Box 55 cont. [mf reel 41:45]

Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954

Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954

Alden G. Alley, 1933-1941: correspondence with G. Mackenzie, 1935

 

Box 56 [mf reel 41:45 cont.]

Speakers Bureau, 1921-1954

Files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie (Secretary), 1925-1954

Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: correspondence with G. Mackenzie, 1935-1937

[includes several letters after his disappearance, 1938]

Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: correspondence with his sister (Anna) after his

disappearance, 1938-1941

Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: publicity & photographs [photos removed to

Photograph Collection]

Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: writings

Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: lecture topics

Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: commendations

Alden G. Alley, 1933-1937: lecture schedules; finances

Marie Louise Moll, 1937 (Sept.-Dec.): correspondence re: & arrangements for

speaking trip

 

Box 57 [mf reel 41:46]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Writings, 1924-1941

Publicity & commendations; media coverage; photographs; biographical

information [photos removed to Photograph Collection]

Financial records; speaking engagements, 1922-1945

Correspondence re: European trips; personal notes, 1930

Correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington office staff members, 1922-1925

 

Box 57 cont. [mf reel 41:47]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence with FJL & Washington office staff members, 1926-1927

 

Box 58 [mf reel 41:47 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence with FJL, 1928-1932

Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1932

 

Box 58 cont. & 58a [mf reel 41:48]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence with FJL, 1933-1934

Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1933

 

Box 59 [mf reel 41:48 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

General correspondence with staff members, 1932-1934, 1938-1942

Correspondence with FJL, 1935-1936

Correspondence with Mrs. Thompson (secretary), 1936-1937

Foreign correspondence, 1930-1932

 

Box 59 cont. [mf reel 41:49]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Misc. correspondence, etc. with Kathleen D. Courtney, 1933

Misc. correspondence, etc. re: war costs, 1927-1931

Misc. correspondence, etc. with World Federation of Education Associations,

1927-1929

Misc. correspondence, etc. with World Hero Prize (of 1926), 1925-1926

Misc. correspondence, etc. with World Peace Foundation, 1928-1930

Misc. correspondence, etc. with special organizations, 1929-1932

Misc. correspondence, etc.  re: Washington Council on International Relations,

1927-1931

 

Box 60 [mf reel 41:49 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: A - Committee on Educational Publicity

 

Box 60 cont. & 60a [mf reel 41:50]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: re: Compulsory Military Training (with

Anton H. Jensen) - foreign correspondence

 

Box 61 [mf reel 41:50 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: Foreign Policy Association - Militarism in

Education (Committee on)

 

Box 61 cont. [mf reel 41:51[

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: National Committee on the Cause & Cure

of War - National Council of Women of the U.S.A.

 

Box 62 [mf reel 41:51 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: organizations - R.O.T.C.

 

Box 62 cont. [mf reel 41:52]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: R.O.T.C. (cont.) - Leonard Stein

 

Box 63 [mf reel 41:52 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Correspondence (general), 1921-1932: treaties [missing U-Z correspondence]

Correspondence (general): British (mostly on naval appropriations)

Misc. reports, 1934

 

Box 63 cont. [mf reel 41:53]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Misc. speeches, cables & resolutions, 1933

Reports; information re: circulation; publicity

Reports & misc. material, 1932

 

Box 64 [mf reel 41:53 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva

(Switzerland)

Feb. 6, 1932 – June 29, 1932 [reports #1-19 (rough drafts), mostly

            re: Disarmament Conference

July 6, 1932 – June 21, 1932 [reports #20-? (rough drafts), mostly re:

            Disarmament Conference

Dec. 12, 1933 – Oct. 2, 1934 [2nd series reports #7-31 (rough drafts),

            mostly re: Disarmament Conference

            Articles by Laura Puffer Moran, 1934

Weekly reports as NCPW Disarmament/European Representative in Geneva

            (Switzerland)

                        Feb. 19, 1935 – Nov. 29, 1935 [report letters #1-31, mostly re:

Disarmament Conference]

                        Dec. 10, 1935 – March 26, 1936 [reports #1-14, re: Naval Conference]

                        Aug. 25, 1936 – Dec. 11, 1936 [reports #1-15 of Winter 1936-1937]

                        Jan. 11, 1937 – July 16, 1937 [reports #16-36 of Winter 1936-1937]

                        Sept. 13, 1937 – Dec. 28, 1937 [reports letters #1-12 of Winter Season

                                    1937-1938]

"News Behind the News,” 1933 [removed to Periodical Collection]

"Geneva Information Service” & "Information Bulletin” [both removed to

            Periodical Collection]

 

Box 64 cont. [mf reel 41:54]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Laura Puffer Morgan (Secretary & Specialist in Disarmament), 1922-1938

Reports from Geneva (Switzerland), 1936-1940

 

Box 65 [mf reel 41:55]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

Biographical information

Media coverage [photos removed to Photograph Collection]

Writings/speeches -- "Some Questions About Pearl Harbor” [includes NCPW

reprint of speech in Dec. 8, 1942 "Congressional Quarterly,” as well as

correspondence re: controversy over postal franking of mailing]

Biographical information – commendations & testimonials, 1933-1936

Planning [by others] (1935-1938) for commemorations of Congresspersons

(including Rankin) who voted against war on April 6, 1917 [includes

letters from poll of many in Congress re: whether they did or still would

vote pro or con on war]

Writings/statements/speeches – transcripts, 1929-1935

Writings/statements/speeches – transcripts, 1936-1942

 

Radio speeches -- transcripts, 1928-1939

 

Box 66 [mf reel 41:55 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

Speaking engagements, 1930-1932

 

Box 66 cont. [mf reel 41:56]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Speaking engagements, 1933-1936

 

Box 67 [mf reel 41:56 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Speaking engagements, 1937-1938

 

Box 67 cont. [mf reel 41:57]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Speaking engagements, 1939-1940, n.d.

Reports on work

Correspondence re: ceremony honoring those who voted against WWI (April 6,

1936)

Publicity re: ceremony honoring those who voted against WWI (April 6, 1936)

 

Box 68 [mf reel 41:57 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

Correspondence with FJL & NCPW staff members, 1929-1935

 

Box 68 cont. [mf reel 41:58]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

Correspondence with FJL & NCPW staff members, 1936-1954

 

Box 69 [mf reel 41:58 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Georgia Peace Society, 1930-1939

Disarmament resolutions from local groups (mostly Georgia), 1933

Correspondence etc. re: founding of "Chair of Peace” at Brenau College, 1934-

1935

Accusations by American Legion of Macon (GA) resulting in libel suit, 1935-

1936

Correspondence re: military training in Georgia

"To Chicago” plan, 1932: correspondence

"To Chicago” plan, 1932: strategy maps of states

Form letters & releases, 1930-1941

Protest signature books (Georgia)

 

Box 70 [mf reel 41:59]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Correspondence (general), 1930-1939: Az - Or

 

Box 71 [mf reel 41:60]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

Correspondence (general), 1930-1939: P-W

Misc. correspondence, 1929-1944

Correspondence with workers in Georgia: A-E, 1931-1937; F-N, 1930-1939

Correspondence with Mrs. Pope Hill (Georgia)

 

Box 71 cont. [mf reel 41:61]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Correspondence with workers in Georgia: O-W, 1930-1938

 

Box 72 [mf reel 41:61 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Correspondence with Senators, 1929-1939

Letters to Senators & Congresspersons, 1928-1939

U.S. Congressional (House) Bills re: war & peace, 1935-1939

 

Box 73 [mf reel 41:62]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Correspondence with Congresspersons: A-W

 

Box 74 [mf reel 41:62 cont.]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Correspondence with Roger Baldwin (ACLU)

Correspondence with Emergency Peace Campaign, 1936-1937

Foreign correspondence; correspondence re: the National Anthem; c

correspondence with the Navy Department

Correspondence re: neutrality

 

Box 74 cont. [mf reel 41:63]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Jeannette Rankin (Secretary,) 1929-1939

            Correspondence re: naturalization (including with President & Mrs. Roosevelt)

Correspondence with organizations; re: radio [broadcasts?]; correspondence with

Major General William C. Rivers

Correspondence with U.S. State Department; re: universal draft, 1930

Correspondence re: National Defense Act, 1921 (Aug.); "Congressional Record,

Jan. 30, 1934

Misc. material (probably used by FJL when writing "To End War”)

Newspaper clippings, 1924-1970

 

 

Box 75 [mf reel 41:64]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of Albion P. Beverage (Director), 1944-1947

            Biographical information

Correspondence with FJL, 1943-1948

Reports to FJL; testimonials

Writings; speaking engagements

Speeches written for Senators Wheeler, Bridges, Langer, etc. (as ghost writer),

1944-1945

Correspondence (general), 1944-1946

Packages to Germany (amendment of Trading with the Enemy Act), 1946

Candidacy for Senator from Maine, 1948

 

Box 76 [mf reel 41:65]

Legislative Department, 1922-1954

Files of James Finucane (Director), 1947-1954

Publicity

Letters to FJL & Washington office staff members, 1947-1953

Writings; testimony given before Congressional committees

Correspondence with FJL while at Kiel University (Germany), 1951

Letters to the Editor ("Washington Post,” "New York Times” & other papers),

1948-1953

 

Box 77 [mf reel 41:66]

High School & College Contests. 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)

Posters, cards & publicity re: "America First,” 1924 [posters removed to Poster

            Collection; cards removed to Subject File: Art in War & Peace]

World Hero essay contest, 1925-1926: calendars & portfolio [includes correspondence of

Laura Puffer Morgan with foreign ambassadors & newspaper correspondents]

Calendars & portfolio from World Hero contest, 1926 [removed to Oversized Items

            Collection: Documents]

High school essay contests: "Germany & the League,” 1927

Literature & report re: Briand Speech Competition, 1927

National Oratorical Contest on Outlaw War Treaties, 1927-1928

 

Box 78 [mf reel 41:66 cont.]

High School & College Contests. 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: organization & committees;

annual reports; publicity; school enrollment statistics (by state)

 

Box 78 cont. [mf reel 41:67]

High School & College Contests. 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: winning essays, 1932-1933;

correspondence, 1930

 

Box 79 [mf reel 41:67 cont.]

High School & College Contests. 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: misc. correspondence, 1929-1932,

n.d.

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence following awards

to winners, 1930

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence & winning essays,

1931

 

Box 79 cont. [mf reel 41:68]

High School & College Contests. 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence & winning essays,

1932

 

Box 80 [mf reel 41:68 cont.]

High School & College Contests. 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: correspondence & winning essays,

1932 (cont.)

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: literature & printed forms

 

Box 80 cont. [mf reel 41:69]

High School & College Contests. 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: NCPW textbook for schools &

colleges, 1932-1934

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: misc. material, 1930-1938

 

Box 81 [mf reel 41:69 cont.]

High School & College Contests. 1924-1938 (Arthur Charles Watkins, Director)

Writings & speeches

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: misc. literature & publicity (press

releases), 1927-1933

National Student Forum on the Paris Pact, 1929-1938: form letters, 1928-1938

Newsclippings re: speeches of Secretary Frank Kellogg on Paris Pact

Book by Watkins (America Stands for Pacific Means) for use in National Student Forum

International relations observation tours for high school students (under the direction of

Watkins), 1931 (Summer) –1932 (Summer)

 

Box 82 [mf reel 41:70]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Jacob H. Taylor: giographical information (died July 1940)

Letters & commendations, 1928-1937

Reports of activities & proposed programs, 1928-1938

Jacob H. Taylor: writings & radio talks

Jacob H. Taylor: correspondence re: efforts to establish Radio Department within NCPW,

1931-1934

Correspondence with National Broadcasting Company, 1931-1934

 

Box 83 [mf reel 41:70 cont.]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence with NCPW staff members, 1929-1940

 

Box 83 cont. [mf reel 41:71]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence with newspaper editors, 1921-1937

 

Box 83a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:71 cont.]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Alabama-Illinois

 

Box 84 [mf reel 41:71 cont.]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Indiana-Iowa

 

Box 84 cont. [mf reel 41:72]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Kansas-Minnesota

 

Box 85 [mf reel 41:72 cont.]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928- Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Mississippi-Montana

 

Box 85 cont. [mf reel 41:73]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Nebraska - New Jersey

 

Box 86 [mf reel 41:74]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: New Mexico – North Dakota

 

Box 87 [mf reel 41:74 cont.]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Ohio

 

Box 87  cont. [mf reel 41:75]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Ohio (cont.) - Pennsylvania

 

Box 88 [mf reel 41:76]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1937: Pennsylvania (cont.) -- Emergency Peace Campaign

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Pennsylvania (cont.) – Washington (F-L)

 

Box 88 cont. [mf reel 41:77]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)]

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: Washington (M-Z)

 

Box 89 [mf reel 41:77 cont.]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence (general), 1929-1939: West Virginia – Wyoming; foreign

correspondence

Correspondence (general), 1940-1941: Maryland-Pennsylvania

 

Box 89 cont. [mf reel 41:78]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

General correspondence, 1940-1941: South Carolina – Wisconsin; foreign

correspondence

 

Box 90 [mf reel 41:78 cont.]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Correspondence re: Institutes on International Relations, 1936-1937

Publications, 1934-1941; program aids & fillers for peace programs; releases, 1936-1937

 

Box 90 cont. [mf reel 41:79]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Interdependence material: hand-drawn farm maps of USA for Peace [mimeographs only]

 

Box 91 [mf reel 41:79 cont.]

Farm Department [or Rural Life Council], 1928-1941 (Jacob H. Taylor, Director, 1928-1940; L.G. Tolles, 1941; Edna Southwark, Assistant)

Resolutions made, 1928-1940

Effect of war on farms & farmers, 1939-1940

Form letters sent, 1928-1941

 

Box 92 [mf reel 41:80]

Youth Movement for World Recovery, 1932-1935 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director)

Biographical information; publicity

Writings of Paul Harris, 1932-1939

YMWR & the Peace Action Service, 1932-1934

Programs for world peace, etc., 1933

 

Box 93 [mf reel 41:80 cont.]

Youth Movement for World Recovery, 1932-1935 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director)

Letters & reports to FJL, 1931-1942

Reports on trip to South America, 1941

 

Box 93 cont. [mf reel 41:81]

Youth Movement for World Recovery, 1932-1935 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director)

Telegrams from students re: political action, 1932

YMWR & Peace Action publications, 1932-1938

Study courses on peace for young people, 1933-1935

Student cables to Arthur Henderson re: disarmament, 1933

YMWR - World News, 1933 - 1935 (Jan.)

 

Box 94 [mf reel 41:82]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Paul Harris, Jr.: correspondence, 1932-1933

Misc. correspondence, 1935-1939

Correspondence with Norman H. Davis, 1933 [includes misc. releases & statements, etc.]

Correspondence (mostly FJL) re: Mona Cutler, 1933

Correspondence (general), 1934-1935: Ga-Gu [includes Margaret Gilfallen, 1935]

Correspondence with Mrs. J. Miller, 1935

Correspondence with Waitstill H. & Martha Sharp, 1936-1937

 

Box 95 [mf reel 41:83]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Correspondence (general), 1934-1935: Ha-Joh [incomplete set]

Correspondence with Norman Whitney (Syracuse Peace Council), 1935-1937

 

Box 96 [mf reel 41:84]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

"What Is Peace Action Service?”

Jesse MacKnight: reports to FJL; writings; publicity, 1935-1937

Jesse MacKnight: correspondence, 1936-1939

Peace Action Handbook Series, 1935

Ruth Sarles: memos & correspondence, 1936-1939

Commendations & testimonials; suggested budgets; inter-staff memos & correspondence;

misc. memos & reports; Caravan Letters,” 1935; "Forward PAS”; Exchange

Bulletin for Field Workers, 1935-1937

Sponsorship of Institutes on International Relations, 1935

National consultants to PAS, 1935

Peace polls conducted, 1936

 

Box 96 cont. [mf reel 41:85]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Paul Harris Jr.: form letters to field workers & others

 

Box 97 [mf reel 41:85 cont.]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Correspondence with Betty Muther (Field Worker), 1934

Questionnaire re: methods of peace action, 1934

Students & peace, 1936; Washington Youth Council, 1937

Form letters sent, 1932-1939

Correspondence with Mona Cutler (Field Worker), 1934

Reports from Field Workers, 1935

Field workers' conferences on political strategy, 1934-1936

Programs/efforts; suggestions for field workers

 

Box 99 [mf reel 41:86]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Reports from field workers, 1935-1936

 

Box 99 cont. [mf reel 41:87]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Reports from field workers, 1934-1935

Reports, 1935-1938

 

Box 100 [mf reel 41:87 cont.]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Reports from field workers, 1935-1936

 

Box 100a [mf reel 41:88]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Reports from field workers, 1937

St. Louis (PA) committee: reports & publications, 1936-1938

 

Box 101 [mf reel 41:88 cont.]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Reports from field workers, 1935-1938

NCPW Political Strategy Committee for field staff, 1937: memos; misc.

Local peace groups interested in peace action, 1936-1941

Reports on local peace action groups, 1935

 

Box 101 cont. [mf reel 41:89]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Peace Action committees: publicity [& media coverage?], 1936-1938; misc., 1936-1938

Local Peace Action committees: publicity [& media coverage?], 1933-1934

 

Box 102 [mf reel 41:89 cont.]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Local peace action: suggestions & reports, 1934-1936

Local peace action committees: correspondence & reports, 1934-1935

Connecticut: political action, 1936, 1938

Madison (NJ) Council on Foreign Policy, 1936

Montclair (NJ): meeting minutes & correspondence, 1936

New Brunswick (NJ): meeting minutes & correspondence, 1935-1936

Non-Partisan Peace Action Committee (19th congressional district, NYC), 1936: reports;

            correspondence; mailings

Political action: New York, Michigan & Texas, 1938

Peace Action Service maps

Political action maps: Alabama - Connecticut, 1935

 

Box 102 cont. [mf reel 41:90]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Political action maps: Delaware - Georgia

 

Box 103 [mf reel 41:90 cont.]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Political action maps: Idaho - Pennsylvania

 

Box 104 [mf reel 41:90 cont.]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Political action maps: Rhode Island - Tennessee

 

Box 104 cont. [mf reel 41:91]

Peace Action Service, 1932-1939 (Paul Harris, Jr., Director; Ruth Sarles, Associate; Jesse M. MacKnight, Director of Field Work)

Political action maps: Texas - Wyoming1

Voting information publications [book To Stop War not filmed]

Washington Information Letter (weekly newsletter), 1935-1941 [newsletter removed to

Periodical Collection; on reel 41:315]

 

Box 105 [mf reel 41:92]

Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)

Gilbert Stinger: memos sent & publicity

Gilbert Stinger: biographical information

Gilbert Stinger: articles written & speeches made

Gilbert Stinger: correspondence with FJL [includes letters from others to FJL]; reports,

1935-1937

Progress reports & memos, 1936-1937

Agatha Varela: correspondence & articles, 1935-1937

Correspondence with, articles about, & talks by Boake Carter (radio commentator)

Correspondence, etc. re: Cherry Blossom Festival, 1935

Political conventions, 1936

Correspondence with & memos to Branch Offices, 1935-1937

Correspondence with Columbia Broadcasting Co. (Edward R. Murrow & Ann Gillis),

1936-1938

Correspondence (general): A-H

 

Box 105a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:92 cont.]

Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)

Correspondence with Emergency Peace Campaign

Opal Gooden: correspondence with NCPW Washington office; biographical information

 

Box 106 [mf reel 41:93]

Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)

Correspondence (general): Handsaker & Himber - R

National Peace Conference dinner, April 21, 1936: press releases, schedules & articles

Gilbert Stinger: correspondence with various Congresspersons re:. article for the

"Paterson Call” (NJ) on war referendum petition (June 1937)

 

Box 107 [mf reel 41:93 cont.]

Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)

Correspondence (general), 1936-1938: S-T

 

Box 107 cont. [mf reel 41:94]

Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)

Correspondence (general), 1936-1938: U-Z

Edward L. Wertheim: correspondence with staff members, 1935-1937

Press releases sent, 1935 (Jan.-June)

 

Box 108 [mf reel 41:94 cont.]

Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)

Press releases sent, 1935 (July) – 1936

 

Box 108 cont. [mf reel 41:95]

Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)

Press releases sent, 1937-1939

Form letters sent, 1936-1938

The World from Washington (series of 47 weekly releases), 1935 (March 2 - Dec. 7)

Congress in World Affairs (series of weekly presentations by Members of Congress,

presented by NCPW), 1935 (Dec.) – 1936 (June)

Radio programs by Members of Congress, arranged by NCPW, 1937-1939

 

Box 109 [mf reel 41:95 cont.]

Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)

Radio program "Women Want Peace,” Oct. 1935

Radio broadcasts arranged, 1935-1937

Radio broadcasts arranged: speeches by Congresspersons aired on station WOL, 1937

            (Jan.-Aug.)

Radio broadcasts arranged: speeches by Congresspersons – correspondence; press

            releases, 1938-1939

Press releases sent, etc., 1935-1936

Press releases sent, etc., 1937

Press releases sent, etc., 1938-1939

Work with pictures [photographs removed]

Mailing "The World From Washington,” 1934 (June 2 - Dec. 29)

Mailing "The World From Washington,” 1935 (Jan. 19 - Dec. 7)

 

Box 109 cont. [mf reel 41:96]

Press & Publicity / Public Relations Department, 1934-1939 (Gilbert Stinger, Director, 1935-1937; Agatha Varela; Edward L. Wertheim)

Press information sent, 1935-1939

Photographs: friends of NCPW, Congresspersons, & NCPW activities [photos removed

            to Photograph Collection]

"The World from Washington” (releases from the World Events Section of NCPW),

1934 (June 2) - 1935 (Jan. 19)

 

Box 110 [mf reel 41:97]

Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)

Warren Mullin: biographical material, publicity, media coverage, & testimonials

Warren Mullin: correspondence with FJL, 1938-1942

Publicity & media coverage [newspaper clippings re: threat of war not filmed]

Warren Mullin: writings

Reports to Executive Board, 1935-1937

Industrial Mobilization Plan: articles, newsclippings & pamphlets

AFL (1922-1941) & CIO (1939-1940) stand on peace & war [newspaper clippings not

filmed]

Effect of war on Labor, 1939-1941: conscription, rearmament, etc.

Opal Gooden: work in New Jersey re: labor issues, & re: farm & peace bonds, 1939

(Jan.-June)

 

Box 111 [mf reel 41:98]

Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)

Hill-Sheppard Bill (later called May Bill), 1937-1938

Warren Mullin: editorials in Labor papers against Sheppard-Hill Bill, 1937

Neutrality campaign, 1939

Military Disaffection Bill: newsclippings from Labor papers

Correspondence (general), 1935-1939: A-C

 

Box 112 [mf reel 41:99]

Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)

Correspondence (general), 1935-1939: D-Q

 

Box 113 [mf reel 41:100]

Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)

Correspondence (general), 1935-1939: R-Y

Correspondence (general), 1940-1941: A-Z

 

Box 114 [mf reel 41:101]

Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)

Publications prepared & reprinted

Resolutions passed by Labor organizations, 1922-1951

Form letters sent, 1935-1941

Press releases sent, 1935-1941

 

Box 115 [mf reel 41:102]

Labor Department, 1935-1942 (Warren D. Mullin, Secretary)

Media coverage: newspaper clippings, etc., 1935-1939

Labor package, 1930

Book War & the Workers by Norman Angell [not included on film]

Literature re: labor & peace, 1920s-1940

Newsclippings re: war preparation in the U.S. in 1935-1936 [not included on film]

 

Box 116 [mf reel 41:103]

Moving Picture Department, 1935-1939 (Albert Benham, Director)

Albert Benham: biographical information; publicity; media coverage

Albert Benham: writings & speeches.

Publicity & correspondence for movie "Blockade”

Lists of films

Reports; form letters sent; financial records; releases sent; newsclippings

Albert Benham: correspondence, etc., 1935-1939 [includes correspondence of other

            staff members]

 

Box 116a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:103 cont.]

Moving Picture Department, 1935-1939 (Albert Benham, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1935-1938 [samples only kept of D & H]

 

Box 117 [mf reel 41:104]

Moving Picture Department, 1935-1939 (Albert Benham, Director)

Correspondence (general), 1935-1938: L [samples of L only kept] [2 folders]

Correspondence with Edgar Dale, 1936-1938

Correspondence with Clara E. Grueninger, 1936-1938

Correspondence with Gardner Lattimer, 1935-1937

"Bulletin on Current Films” (review evaluating current films from peace/war perspective

& suggesting methods of action), 1935-1939 [removed to Periodical Collection; incomplete set]

 

Box 118 [mf reel 41:105]

Misc. Staff Members

Carrie Wyckoff-Ormsbee (Speaker, 1924-1932): commendations; publicity; writings;

correspondence re: speaking engagements; media coverage, 1928 (Nov.) –

1930 (Dec.)

Mary Ida Winder (Speaker & Organizer, 1922-1938): speeches & writings; publicity;

commendations; itineraries & reports; media coverage

Mary Ida Winder (Speaker & Organizer, 1922-1938): correspondence with FJL & NCPW

staff members, 1922-1930

 

Box 118a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:105 cont.]

Misc. Staff Members

Mary Ida Winder (Speaker & Organizer, 1922-1938): correspondence with FJL & NCPW

staff members, 1934-1938

Eleanor Brannan (Speaker & Organizer, 1930-1933): biographical material [includes one

speech; see also general correspondence in boxes 170 & 178 for further material]

 

Box 119 [mf reel 41:106]

Branch Office: Western Office (San Francisco, California)

Dr. L.L. Wirt (Regional Secretary, 1924-1931): correspondence with NCPW Washington

office, 1924-1925, 1927

Rev. Rowland B. Dodge (Assistant Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington

office, 1925

Margaret I. McDiarmid (Western Office Secretary): correspondence with NCPW

Washington office, 1926

 

Box 120 [mf reel 41:107]

Branch Office: Western Office (San Francisco, California)

Dr. L.L. Wirt (Regional Secretary, 1924-1931): correspondence with NCPW Washington

office re: Friendship Health Chest Project for Mexican rural schools, 1929-1931

Correspondence with NCPW Washington office (Mrs. Boeckel's staff members), 1928-

1938

Dr. E. Guy Talbott: correspondence with NCPW Washington office, 1935, 1938-1940

Dr. E. Guy Talbott: writings, speeches, reports, etc., 1931-1940

Dr. E. Guy Talbott & Dr. L.L. Wirth: Far Eastern tour as NCPW Regional Secretaries,

1935

Financial records

 

Box 121 [mf reel 41:108]

Branch Office: Western Office (San Francisco, California)

Margaret I. McDiarmid (Western Office Secretary): correspondence with FJL & NCPW

Washington office, 1934-1935, 1937-1940

Margaret I. McDiarmid (Western Office Secretary): correspondence with Ann

McDiarmid (sister) re: Margaret's death & social security

John F. Duffy Jr. correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington office, 1941-1944

Form letters sent, 1925-1934; correspondence, 1925-1934; publicity, 1925-1934; media

coverage, 1925-1934

 

Box 122 [mf reel 41:96 cont.]

Branch Office: Southern Office (Louisville, Kentucky)

Paul Harris, Jr. (Regional Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington office,

1926-1934

Programs, 1927, 1929-1930; financial records; sample letterheads

 

Box 123 [mf reel 41:96 cont.]

Branch Office: Southern Office (Louisville, Kentucky)

Correspondence with NCPW Washington office (Mrs. Boeckel's staff members),

1929-1932

Velma Land (Associate): correspondence, 1930

Olga A. Tafel (Associate): correspondence, 1930

Kellogg Treaty Temporary Committee: form letters sent, etc., 1928-1929

Publicity & form letters sent, 1929-1932

Monthly news releases sent, 1931-1932

 

Box 124 [mf reel 41:111]

Branch Office: Northwest Office (Portland, Oregon)

Historical information

J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): biographical information; publicity; media

coverage; writings

Correspondence re: social security

Correspondence with NCPW Washington office (Mrs. Boeckel's staff members)

Correspondence with NCPW Washington office, 1927-1928

J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with NCPW Washington office,

1927-1928

Mary Findley [Lockenour] (Associate): correspondence, 1929-1930

Mary Klemm (Associate): correspondence, 1930-1931

Dorothy Reed (Associate): correspondence, 1931-1932

Financial records, 1932-1942

J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): expense accounts [typical], 1936-1938

David E. Norcross (Regional Secretary): expense accounts, 1936-1938

 

Box 125 [mf reel 41:112]

Branch Office: Northwest Office (Portland, Oregon)

J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1934-1939

J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington

office, 1940

David E. Norcross (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1936-1945

Emma A. Anderson (office secretary), correspondence, 1939-1945

 

Box 126 [mf reel 113]

Branch Office: Northwest Office (Portland, Oregon)

J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington

office, 1941, 1943-1947

J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL & others, 1942

Reports, form letters sent, etc. ,1929-1931

J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): project re: goats for Japan & Okinawa, 1947-1948

Heifers for Relief, 1947-1957

 

Box 126a (1/2 box) [mf reel 113 cont.]

Branch Office: Northwest Office (Portland, Oregon)

J.J. Handsaker (Regional Secretary): correspondence with FJL & NCPW Washington

office, 1955-1957

Financial records, 1935-1936, 1942-1945

 

Box 127 [mf reel 41:114]

Branch Office: New England Office (Springfield, Massachusetts)

Historical information

Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): itineraries; programs;

commendations

Reports & itineraries

Correspondence of office secretaries (Barret, McGregor & Wade), 1930-1931

Cynthia Smith (Associate Secretary, 1931-1932): correspondence

Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): correspondence, 1934-1935

Correspondence with NCPW Washington office (Mrs. Boeckel's staff members)

Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): correspondence, 1941-1943 after

retirement; death notice, 1963

 

Box 128 [mf reel 41:115]

Branch Office: New England Office (Springfield, Massachusetts)

Office correspondence, 1940-1943

Gaylord W. Douglass (Regional Secretary, 1929-1941): expense account, 1940 -

Folios & correspondence re: finances, 1931-1940

 

Box 129 [mf reel 41:116]

Branch Office: New England Office (Melrose, Massachusetts)

Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL & NCPW

Washington office, 1937-1954

Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): correspondence with FJL & NCPW

            Washington office, 1941-1952, 1954-1959

Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): financial reports

 

Box 130 [mf reel 41:117]

Branch Office: New England Office (Melrose, Massachusetts)

Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): writings, 1940-1941; mimeographed

bulletins, 1941-1951

Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): "Historical Review of National Loves &

Hates”

Mark R. Shaw (Regional Secretary, 1937-1940): programs

 

Box 131 [mf reel 41:118]

Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939

Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): commendations; correspondence; misc.

correspondence of FJL

Publicity [& media coverage?]

Correspondence with NCPW Washington office, 1930-1931

Correspondence with Mid-West office, 1931-1933

Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1931-1935

Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1934-1935

 

Box 131a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:118 cont.]

Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939

Mrs. Richeson: correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie & NCPW Washington office,

1934-1935

Form letters; publicity; media coverage; financial records

 

Box 132 [mf reel 41:119]

Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939

Correspondence with NCPW Washington office, 1935-1938

Correspondence with Gladys Mackenzie, 1936-1937

Correspondence with NCPW Washington office (Mrs. Boeckel's staff members), 1931-

1938

Harry E. Terrell (Regional Secretary): correspondence, 1930-1939

General correspondence, 1934-1935: A-F

 

Box 133 [mf reel 41:120]

Branch Office: Midwest Office (Des Moines, Iowa) 1930-1939

General correspondence, 1934-1935: G-Z

Correspondence re: Jan. 1939 closing of Midwest office, 1939

 

Box 134 [mf reel 41:121]

Branch Offices: General/Misc.

Letters & memoranda to Branch Offices from NCPW Washington office (mostly FJL),

1929-1943

 

 

Series E: General Correspondence

[return to Table of Contents]

 

Box 135 [mf reel 41:122]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

A, 1921-1924 [arranged by date] [includes Jane Addams [originals removed]; Horace

Alexander; Brent Dow Allinson; Judge Florence Allen (Supreme Court of Ohio);

William C. Allen; American Farm Bureau Federation; American Federation of

Labor (Samuel Gompers, etc.); American Red Cross; American Union Against

Militarism; Ernest Angell; Arbitrate First Bureau (London, England); Louise

(Mrs. W.A.) Atkinson (Michigan Council for Prevention of War] [2 folders]

A, 1924-1928 [arranged by Library Bureau System] [includes Jane Addams (originals

removed); Dr. Peter Ainslie; Devere Allen; Judge Florence Allen (Supreme Court

of Ohio); American Association of University Women; American Farm Bureau

Federation; American Legion, The (Thomas Amory Lee, etc.); Meredith Auten

[niece of FJL]; The "Arbitrate First!” Bureau (London, England)] [3 folders]

 

Box 136 [mf reel 41:122 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

American Association for University Women, 1921- : national offices & Branches

American Child Health Association, 1921-1928

American Friends Service Committee [AFSC], 1924-1928

 

Box 136 cont. [mf reel 41:123]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

American Friends Service Committee [AFSC] (Wilbur K. Thomas), 1921-1928 [or on

            mf reel 41:122?]

American Friends Service Committee [AFSC] (Ray Newton, etc.), 1921-1928

American Legion, The, 1921-1924

American Peace Award, 1923-1928

American Peace Society, 1921-1923

American School Citizenship League, 1921-1923

 

Box 137 [mf reel 41:123 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Association to Abolish War - Bay

 

Box 137 cont. [mf reel 41:124]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Be-By

 

Box 138 [mf reel 41:124 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

[note: most of these folders were formerly in several folders entitled "B”]

Biddle, William C., 1924-1928

Bixler, Mrs. Edward C., 1928-1930

Bernard, Frances Fenton (Smith College), 1924-1925

Bigelow, F.E.; Frederick Bigger; Edward Bok; Edwin Borchard; Elwood Burdsall

Boeckel, Florence Brewer, 1924-1925: letters to/from FJL, etc.

Bowles, Gilbert (Toyko, Japan), 1924-1928

Booth, Miss; Senator William E. Borah; B. Russell Branson; Bertha Broomall;

            Antonio S. De Bustamente (Havana); Alfred Busselle Jr.

Bley, C.F.; Bruce Bliven ("The New Republic”); C. Walter Borton (Providence Trust

            Co.); ____ B____ ("Colliers”)

Brooks, Eleanor (Mrs. Charles F.); Brown [6 names]; Charles A. Butts (Congregational

            Publishing Co.); Charles Roden Buxton

Brannon, Eleanor (WILPF); Ethel Burns Breed; E. Morris Bursall; E. Lewis Burnham

Brown, Forrest D. (Virginia YMCA); British Friends (Carl Heath, etc.); Anna & George

            Burnham Jr.; George E. Buttrick

Bradshaw, Isabel (Children From Many Lands, 1924); Br; Mariana Brubaker; Anna

            Marie Brueggerhoff

Buckner, Dr. J.D.M.; Susan & Lawrence Brooks; L. Hedwig Bruhn (Central Peace

            Committee, AFSC)

Br (cont.) - Bu, 1924-1928 [includes Sophonisba Breckenridge; Richard L. Burdsall]

Baltimore Yearly Meetings of Friends, 1922-1923

Baltimore Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1924-1925

 

Box 138 cont. [mf reel 41:125]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Bell, Albert T., 1927-1928

 

Box 138a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:125 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Bell, Albert T., 1924-1926

Biddle, Clement M., 1924-1925

Biddle, Clement M., 1926-1928

 

Box 139 [mf reel 41:125 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Board of Young Friends' Activities of the Five Years Meeting (Richmond, IN) / Five

            Years Meeting of the Friends in America, 1921-1924

Brandeis, Alice (Mrs. Louis D.), 1924-1928

British Friends' peace committees (Bertram Pickard, etc.), 1921-1923 [folder contains

            2 letters re: Air Disarmament Conference, 1938]

British Friends' peace committees: Northern Friends Peace Board, 1923

Bucks County Council for the Reduction of Armaments / Bucks County Council for the

Prevention of War, 1921-1923

Ca, 1923-1928

Ch-Cl, 1924-1928

 

Box 139 cont. [mf reel 41:126]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Ch-Cl, 1924-1928 (cont.)

Co-Cu, 1922-1928

Co-Cu (cont.), 1924-1928 [includes Church of the Brethren]

 

Box 140 [mf reel 41:126 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

C, 1924-1928

Ci-Co, 1924-1928

Co-Cu, 1921-1924

E.A. Campbell & Co. (auditors), 1924

 

Box 140 cont. [mf reel 41:127]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Catt, Carrie Chapman

 

Box 141 [mf reel 41:127 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Children From Many Lands: sales, 1924-1927 [order forms & replies not filmed]

China Institute in America, 1926-1929

Churches Against War, 1923

Cincinnati Peace League, 1924-1928

Women's Council for Prevention of War (Cleveland, OH), 1923-1924

Women's Council for Promotion of Peace (Cleveland, OH), 1923-1928 [first called

            Women's Council for Prevention of War]

Commission on International Justice and Goodwill, Federal Council of the Churches of

            Christ in America, 1921-1923

Committee on Militarism in Education, 1926-1928

Council/s of Churches (Columbus, OH; Kansas City, KS; Detroit, MI)

Council of Women for Home Missions, 1921-1923

 

Box 142 [mf reel 41:127 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

[note: the first four folders were formerly in one folder entitled "D”]

Da-De, 1924-1928

Da-Du, 1924-1928 [includes Robert C. Dexter (American Unitarian Association); Walter

            Dexter (Whittier College); Paul H. Douglas (University of Chicago); Duluth

Council for Prevention of War]

Da-Du, 1924-1931 [includes Spencer DeGolier (mayor, Bradford, PA); Rachel Davis

            DuBois]

Da-Du, 1924-1928 [includes Rachel Davis DuBois; Debs Memorial Radio Fund]

 

Box 142 cont. [mf reel 41:128]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Da-Du, 1921-1924 [includes Madeleine Doty; Paul H. Douglas; Rachel Davis DuBois;

            Anna N. Davis; Mme. Duchźne; Daughters of the American Revolution [DAR];

            Charles Denby Jr. (Eastern College Committee for the Limitation of Armaments)]

Department of State, U.S., 1924-1928

Delaware Council for Limitation of Armament / Delaware Council for Prevention of

War, 1922-1923

Disarmament Education Committee, 1921-1923

E, 1921-1924 [includes Edward Evans; Mme. Jeanne d'Estemauville; Harold Evans]

 

Box 142a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:128 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

[note: all material was formerly in one folder entitled "E”]

Ea-Ev, 1924-1928 [includes Elizabeth Eastman; Eleanor Eaton; Edward W. Evans;

            Emergency Foreign Policy Conference; Harold Evans]

Ea-Ev, 1924-1928 [includes Dr. Rosslyn Earp; John Thomas Emlen; Sherwood Eddy]

Ea-Ew, 1924-1928  [includes Edward W. Evans; Elizabeth Eastman; Emergency Foreign

            Policy Conference; Horace A. Eaton; Harold Evans; Helen Evans (School

            World-Friendship League)]

 

Box 143 [mf reel 41:128 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

F, 1921-1924 [includes Farmers' National Council; Rose Dabney Forbes; Raymond B.

            Fosdick]

F, 1924-1928 [includes Raymond B. Fosdick; Noel H. Field: staff correspondence;

Alice W. Foster (Hindman Settlement School, KY); Mrs. A.P. Fowler; Hon.

Burton French; Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America (Walter

Van Kirk, etc.); Edward A. Filene; Edward Frantz ("The Gospel Messenger,”

Brethren Publishing House); Dr. O. Edward Janney (Central Committee of

Friends General Conference); Mr. & Mrs. Irving Fisher (Yale University);

Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick]

 

Box 143 cont. [mf reel 41:129]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

F, 1924-1928 [includes Alice W. Foster; Rabbi Mitchell Salem Fisher; Luella Flitcraft;

            Fellowship of Youth for Peace (New York, NY); Senator Gerald P. Nye;

J. Rosslyn Earp; Horace A. Eaton; Harry Emerson Fosdick; Federal Council of

the Churches of Christ in America (Walter Van Kirk, etc.)]

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America (Walter Van Kirk, etc.), 1921-1922

Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America (Walter Van Kirk, etc.), 1924-1928

Federation of Churches, 1921-1923: local chapters

Fellowship of Reconciliation / International Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1921-1923

Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1924-1930

 

Box 144 [mf reel 41:129 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Fellowship of Reconciliation (Paul Jones), 1924-1930

Fellowship of Reconciliation: Fellowship of Youth for Peace, 1924-1928

William Floyd (American Arbitration Crusade), 1924-1927

 

Box 144 cont. [mf reel 41:130]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Forbes, Rose Dabney (Mrs. J. Malcolm), 1928-1930

Forbes, Rose Dabney (Mrs. J. Malcolm), 1924-1927

Foreign Policy Association, 1921-1923

 

Box 145 [mf reel 41:130 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Foreign Policy Association, 1927-1928

Foreign Policy Association, 1922-1926

Fosdick, Dr. Raymond B., 1924-1928

Friends' Disarmament Council (O. Edward Janney), 1921-1923

Friends' Disarmament Council (Vincent D. Nicholson), 1921-1923

Friends' Disarmament Council (William F. Wickersham, etc.), 1921-1923

Friends, Religious Society of: Friends Meeting, Indiana, 1924-1926

Friends, Religious Society of: misc. organizations, 1922-1923

 

Box 145 cont. [mf reel 41:131]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Friends, Religious Society of: Peace Committee of the Society of Friends (Great

            Britain), 1924-1928

 

Box 146 [mf reel 41:131 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

G, 1921-1924

G, 1924-1928 [includes F] [2 folders]

G, 1924-1928 [3 folders]

General Committee on the Limitation of Armament, 1921-1933 ["Bulletin” no. 1-3

            removed to Periodical Collection]

 

Box 146 cont. [mf reel 41:132]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

General Federation of Women's Clubs, 1921-1923: state correspondence

 

Box 147 [mf reel 41:132 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

General Federation of Women's Clubs, 1921-1923

General Federation of Women's Clubs: California Federation of Women's Clubs,

1922-1923

Gill, Howard: staff correspondence, 1923-1925

Kendig-Gill, Isabelle, Research Secretary: staff correspondence, 1923-1924

Gilman, Elizabeth (The Baltimore Open Forum), 1925-1928

Girls' Friendly Society in America, 1921-1923

Gordon, Caroline L., 1927-1928

Gulick, Sidney L., 1924-1929

Ha, 1921-1924

 

Box 147 cont. [mf reel 41:133]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

He-Hy, 1921-1924

 

Box 148 [mf reel 41:133 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

H [4 folders]

 

Box 148 cont. [mf reel 41:134]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

H (cont.)

 

Box 148a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:134 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

H, 1924-1928 (cont.)

 

Box 149 [mf reel 41:134 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

I, 1921-1924 [includes Institute of Politics (Williamstown, MA); Will Irwin]

I, 1924-1928 [includes International Association of Machinists; Rabbi Edward Israel

(Chair, Central Conference of American Rabbis); Indiana Federation of Clubs

(Mary Hold); Illinois League of Women Voters; Iowa League of Women

Voters; Jane Addams [originals removed]; WILPF, Chicago Branch; Will Irwin]

Indiana Council on International Relations, 1928

Indiana Council on International Relations, 1927

 

Box 149 cont. [mf reel 41:135]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Indiana Council on International Relations, 1926

Institute on International Education, 1922-1923

International Association of Machinists, 1921-1923

International Council of Women, 1922-1932

International Lyceum & Chautauqua Association, 1921-1924 [includes The Swarthmore

            Chataqua Association]

International Lyceum & Chautauqua Association (Paul M. Pearson), 1921-1924 [includes

The Swarthmore Chataqua Association]

 

Box 150 [mf reel 41:135 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

International Union for Voluntary Disarmament, 1923

J, 1921-1924 [includes Arthur C. Jackson; Rufus M. Jones (AFSC); David Starr Jordon

            (Stanford University)]

J, 1924-1928 [includes Emily Cooper Johnson; Elisabeth Florence Tye Jennison (League

            of Nations Non-Partisan Association of Illinois); Ira Jenkins (Optional Military

            Drill League, Ohio State University); H.A. Jump; Laura Jamieson (WILPF,

            Vancouver, B.C.); Lester A. Judy; C.W. Johnson; Tano Jodai (Japan Women's

University); Charles F. Jenkins] [2 folders]

J, 1924-1928 [includes Prof. W.H. Jump; Stella Frances Jenkins; H.A. Jung; Lester A.

            Judy]

 

Box 150 cont. [mf reel 41:136]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Janney, Dr. O. Edwin (Secretary, The Pact Ratification Committee of Maryland), 1924-

            1930

Japan Society of Boston, 1923

Japanese Embassy, 1924-1927 [includes Gilbert Bowles (Japan Friends Mission)]

Japan, 1921-1923: International Service Bureau

Japan: The League of Nations Association of Japan, 1923-1932

Japan: peace organizations, 1921-1926 [includes International Service Bureau]

[newsclippings at end of folder not filmed]

 

Box 151 [mf reel 41:136 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

K, 1921-1924 [includes Mabel Hyde Kittredge (WILPF); Ada B. Krahl]

K, 1924-1928 [includes Delcevare King]

Kiwanis Clubs of America / Kiwanis Club International, 1923-1931 [newsclippings not

            filmed]

Kiwanis Club International, 1923

L, 1921-1924 [includes George Mason La Monte; Senator Robert M. LaFollette; Julia C.

            Lathrop; Isabel La Monte; League for Industrial Democracy (Norman Thomas,

            etc.); League of Nations: Library, etc.; Louis P. Lochner]

L, 1924-1928 [includes Senator Henri La Fontaine; Senator Robert M. LaFollette;

Platt R. Lawson (Denver Council for World Peace); Corliss Lamont (Harvard

Law School, Harvard University); Henry W. Leeds]

 

Box 152 [mf reel 41:137]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

League for Democratic Control, 1922

Lamont, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W., 1927-1928

League of Nations Non-Partisan Association, 1921-1923

League of Nations Non-Partisan Association, 1924-1927

League of Nations Non-Partisan Association, 1927-1928 [includes Branches]

League of Nations Union, 1922-1924

League of Nations Union, 1923-1927

League of Nations Union: Welsh National Council, 1924-1933

League of Women Voters, 1924-1928 [mostly Branches]

Libraries / librarians (foreign), 1924-1937

Linton, M. Albert, 1921-1928

L, 1924-1928 [includes Florence (Mrs. Thomas) Lamont; Alice Libby; Albert Linton;

            Walter Longstreth; League of Women Voters (Branches); Demarest Lloyd;

            includes some names beginning with M]

 

Box 153 [mf reel 41:138]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

M, 1921-1924 [includes Ruth Morgan & others (New York Council for Limitation of

Armaments); Lucia Ames Mead]

Mc – Mac – Ma, 1921-1924 [includes Harry R. McKeen; Captain Luke McNamee

            (Director, Office of Naval Intelligence, U.S. Navy Department)]

Mo-My, 1921-1924 [includes Laura Puffer Morgan; A.J. Muste]

M, 1924-1928

M, 1924-1928 [includes Tracy D. Mygatt]

M, 1924-1928 [includes Dr. John Mez; Gilbert L. MacMaster (Religious Society of

Friends, Germany); WILPF, Minnesota Branch]

 

Box 154 [mf reel 41:139]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Massachusetts Committee for International Reduction of Armaments, 1921-1923

Massachusetts Council for International Cooperation, 1924-1928

LaMonte, George M., 1924-1928

N, 1921-1924

N, 1925-1928 [includes National Catholic Welfare Conference; National Committee on

            American Japanese Relations (Sidney Gulick); National Committee on the Cause

            and Cure of War; National Council of Women]

N, 1925-1928 [includes National Council of Women (Anna Garlin Spencer, etc.);

            Florence (Mrs. George) Nasmyth; National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods

            (National Committee on Peace, etc.); Northern Friends' Peace Board; National

            Education Association; Navy Department (U.S.), Office of Naval Intelligence]

 

Box 155 [mf reel 41:139 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

N, 1922-1928 [includes New England Yearly Meeting; New Hampshire Peace Society

            (Mary Chase); National Kindergarten Association (Bessie Locke); New Jersey

            State Federation of Women (Carolyn LaMonte, Adelaide B. Conyngton);

            National League of Girls' Clubs]

 

Box 155 cont. [mf reel 41:140]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

N, 1924-1928 [includes Vincent D. Nicholson; Philip C. Nash (Antioch College);

            National Student Federation of the United States of America; National Student

            Forum; Nebraska Society for World Peace; Ray Newton; National Women's

            Christian Temperance Union (& Branches); Mr. & Mrs. Henry E. Niles; Mary

            Caroline H. Niles]

Nason, Rachel Conrad (League of Nations Non-Partisan Association), 1924-1928

"The Nation,” 1922-1924

National American Woman Suffrage Association (Carrie Chapman Catt), 1922-1923

National Association of Ex-Military Reconstruction Aides, 1922; National Board of

            Farm Organizations, 1921-1923

National Child Welfare Association, 1921-1923

National Child Welfare Association, 1924-1928

 

Box 156 [mf reel 41:140 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

National Council of Jewish Juniors [auxiliary of the Council of Jewish Women], 1924-

            1927

National Council of Jewish Women, 1924-1928

 

Box 156 cont. [mf reel 41:141]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

National Council of Parents and Teachers, 1921-1926

National Council of Jewish Women, 1921-1923: national office & state Branches

National Council of Jewish Women, 1924-1928: St. Louis Branch

National Council of Women, 1922-1923: Eva Perry Moore (Mrs. Philip North Moore)

National Education Association, 1921-1923

National Federation of Nonpartisan Clubs; North Dakota Federation of Nonpartisan

            Clubs; National Nonpartisan League, 1921-1923

National Grange, 1922-1923 [includes state Branches]

National Information Bureau, 1924-1929

National Information Bureau, 1922-1923

National League of Women Voters: national office & state Branches, 1921-1924 [2

folders]

 

Box 157 [mf reel 41:141 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

National League of Women Voters, 1921-1923: local leagues

 

Box 157 cont. [mf reel 41:142]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

National League of Women Voters, 1921-1923: state Branches

National League of Women Voters, 1924-1928

National Parent-Teacher Association, 1921-1923: national office & state/local societies

National Reform Association, 1921-1923

National Student Committee for the Limitation of Armaments, 1921-1922

National Student Forum, 1922-1923

National Women's Trade Union League of America, 1921-1923

New Hampshire Peace Society (Mary N. Chase), 1921-1923

New York Council for International Cooperation to Prevent War, 1923-1927

New York Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1921-1923

New York Peace Society for International Justice & Friendship, 1922

 

Box 158 [mf reel 41:142 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Nicholson, S. E. [Edgar], Associate Secretary, NCPW: correspondence with FJL &

others, 1921-1923

Nicholson, S. E. [Edgar], Associate Secretary, NCPW: letters to Congresspersons &

replies received, 1922 [some of this may be on mf reel 41:143]

 

Box 158 cont. [mf reel 41:143]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Nicholson, S. E. [Edgar], Associate Secretary, NCPW: correspondence with FJL &

            others, 1924-1928 [see note above in box 158]

No More War Society of Summit County (Myer Wise, Akron, OH), 1922-1923

O, 1921-1924 [includes Violet Oakley; Mildred Scott Olmsted & Allen S. Olmsted 2nd;

General John F. O'Ryan]

O, 1921-1928 [includes Allen S. Olmsted 2nd; Carrie Wyckoff-Ormsbee; Dr. G. Bromley

            Oxnam; Ohio League of Women Voters; Violet Oakley; Ohio WCTU; Ohio

            Council of Churches; Open Forum Speakers Bureau; Bishop G. Ashton Oldham;

            General John F. O'Ryan]

 

Box 159 [mf reel 41:143 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Owen, Senator R.L. [re: speech given in 1923 concerning responsibility for world war]

Pf-Py, 1921-1924 [includes Philadelphia Young Democracy (Allen S. Olmsted 2nd);

            Clarence E. Pickett (Earlham College); Cornelia Bryce Pinchot (Mrs. Gifford

            Pinchot); Frederick J. Pohl; Francis E. Pollard (National Peace Council, London,

            England); Alice Thacher (Mrs. Louis F.) Post; Thomas C. Potts] [some may be on

mf reel 41:144]

 

Box 159 cont. [mf reel 41:144]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Pa-Pet, 1921-1924 [includes Alice Park; Kirby Page; George Foster Peabody; Drew

            Pearson] [some may be on mf reel 41:143]

P, 1924-1929 [includes Peace Association of Friends in America; Alice Park (WILPF,

            Palo Alto Branch); Alice Thacher (Mrs. Louis F.) Post; Frederick J. Pohl;

Douglas Phillips (Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington, DC)]

P, 1924-1928 [includes Katherine Pettit (Pine Mountain Settlement School Inc., Harlan

            County, KY); J.A.O. Preus (Governor of Minnesota, endorsing NCPW campaign

            for world cooperation); Alice Thacher (Mrs. Louis F.) Post; Pennsylvania Peace

            Society (Arabella Carter); Clarence Pickett (Earlham College)]

P, 1924-1928 [includes Peace Association of Friends in America; Frederick J. Pohl;

            Levi T. Pennington (President, Pacific College)]

 

Box 160 [mf reel 41:144 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Page, Kirby, 1924-1928

Peace Association of Friends in America (Allen D. Hole, President), 1921-1923

 

Box 160 cont. [mf reel 41:145]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Peace Committee of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1921-1923

Committee on Peace and Service, Philadelphia, PA (Arabella Carter, etc.), 1924-1928

            [includes Philadelphia Young Friends' Committee, & Committee on Peace and

            Justice, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of Friends]

Philadelphia Council for World Peace, 1923 [3 items]

Pickard, Bertram (Service International de la Société des Amis [Quakers], Geneva,

            Switzerland), 1926-1928

Portland [Maine] Council for Prevention of War, 1921-1923

Philadelphia Young Friends' Committee (Elsa Silber, Mary Moon, etc.), 1921-1923

            [includes Young Friends Movement]

Pollack, Channing, 1925-1926

 

Box 161 [mf reel 41:145 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Q, 1922

Q, 1924-1928 [includes names beginning with R]

Ra-Ri, 1921-1924 [includes Jeannette Rankin (Illinois Committee of National

Consumers' League); Lord Riddle (London, England)]

 

Box 161 cont. [mf reel 41:146]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

R-Ry, 1921-1924 [includes Theodore Roosevelt [original letter removed]; Julius

            Rosenwald (Sears, Roebuck & Co.); Charles Edward Russell]

R, 1924-1928 [includes Anna Steese Richardson (Good Citizenship Bureau, Woman's

            Home Companion); George A. Rhoads; Judge Hoge Ricks (Richmond, VA);

            Anna Rochester (The World Tomorrow); A.W. Ross (North Manchester, IN)]

R, 1924-1928 [includes Abby & Chester Roberts (Swarthmore, PA)]

R, 1924-1928 [includes Eleanor Roosevelt [nothing with her signature]; Dr. Elisabeth

            Rotten (Internationaler Arbeitskreis für Ereuerung der Erzeihung)]

Richards, Rev. Leyton & Mrs. Richards (Fellowship of Reconciliation; World Alliance

for International Friendship Through the Churches; Massachusetts Federation of

            Churches; Carrs Lane Church, Birmingham; Downs Congregational Church,

            Bowden), 1923-1928

 

Box 162 [mf reel 41:146 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Rockefeller Foundation, 1924-1926 [includes Dr. Raymond B. Fosdick]

Russell, Charles Edward, 1924-1927

Sa-Sel, 1921-1924 [includes Helene Scheu-Riesz (Vienna, Austria); Rosika Schwimmer]

 

Box 162 cont. [mf reel 41:147]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Sh-Sm, 1921-1924 [Albert Shepard (New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society

            of Friends); H. Josephine Shute (WCTU of California)]

Sn-Sy, 1921-1924 [includes Society to Eliminate Economic Causes of War; Southern

            Cooperative League for Education and Social Service; Rosika Schwimmer [items

            re: her citizenship case]

S, 1924-1928 [includes F. Sigmund-Schultze; Annalee Stewart; Dr. Helene Stöcker;

H.M.   Swanwick (Editor, "Foreign Affairs,” London, England)

S, 1924-1928

 

Box 163 [mf reel 41:147 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

S, 1924-1928 [includes Susan K. Selfridge (The Church League of the Isolated);

Sesquicentennial International Exposition, Philadelphia (PA), 1926 (includes

Friends' Sesqui-Centennial Commission, in charge of the exhibits); Daniel Smiley

(Lake Mohonk Mountain House)]

 

Box 163 cont. [mf reel 41:148]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

S, 1924-1929 [includes Sesquicentennial International Exposition, Philadelphia (PA),

1926 (also Friends' Sesqui-Centennial Commission, in charge of the exhibits)]

S, 1924-1929 [includes Helene Scheu-Riesz]

S, 1924-1928 [includes Sesquicentennial Committee in Charge of The Exhibit on

Friendship Between the Nations]

S, 1924-1928 [includes Esther Morton Smith]

S, 1924-1928 [includes Rev. Thomas Sykes (Central Friends Church, High Point, NC);

            Governor William Sweet (Denver, CO); William B. Spofford (The Church

            League for Industrial Democracy)]

 

Box 164 [mf reel 41:148 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Saco [Maine] Council for Prevention of War , 1922-1923

Sayre, J. Nevin (Fellowship of Reconciliation; Committee on Militarism in Education) &

            Kathleen W. Sayre, 1924-1929 [includes Reinhold Niebuhr]

 

Box 164 cont. [mf reel 41:149]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Scattergood, Margaret (Children From Many Lands, NCPW), 1924

Schwimmer, Rosika, 1924-1930

Smith, Rennie (National Council for Prevention of War, Great Britain), 1926-1928

            [includes mis-filed items: Governor William Sweet (Denver, CO), 1923-1924;

            Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions, Inc., 1927-1928]

Stevens, Guy (Association of Producers of Petroleum in Mexico), 1927-1929

T, 1921-1924

 

Box 165 [mf reel 41:149 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

T, 1924-1928 [includes D. Elton Trueblood; Florence Taussig (WILPF)]

T, 1924-1928 [includes Helen Talboy (Club International, Geneva, Switzerland)]

 

Box 165 cont. [mf reel 41:150]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Taylor, Jacob H. (NCPW): letters/reports to FJL, etc., 1928 [written mostly while in the

            west]

Thomas, Dr. Augustus O. (Department of Education, Augusta, ME), 1924-1928

Thomas, Norman (League for Industrial Democracy), 1928

U, 1921-1925 [includes United Christian Missionary Society; Union of Democratic

            Control; Scottish Foundation; Harriet Taylor Upton (Republican National

Committee)]

United Society of Christian Endeavor, 1921-1923

Utah Council for the Prevention of War, 1924-1929

V, 1921-1924 [includes Baron von Plessen (German Embassy); Roy Veatch]

V, 1924-1928 [includes Baron von Plessen (German Embassy); Roy Veatch (The World

            Tomorow); includes names starting with U, including United Society of Christian

            Endeavor; Oswald Garrison Villard]

 

Box 166 [mf reel 41:150 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Van der Voort, Carl, 1924-1928: speaking engagements for FJL in Pittsburgh (PA)

Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, 1921-1923

Wa-Wh, 1921-1924 [includes War Department, U.S.; Winifred Chappell (The Methodist

            Federation for Social Service); Hon. John W. Weeks (U.S. Secretary of War);

Beatrice Weller; Lydia G. Wentworth; Samuel P. Wetherill Jr.

Wa-Wu, 1921-1924 [includes Woman's Foundation for World Concord; L. Hollings-

worth Wood; Richard R. Wood (Peace Committee of the Philadelphia Yearly

Meeting of Friends); World Brotherhood Federation]

 

Box 166 cont. [mf reel 41:151]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Wh-Wit, 1921-1924 [includes J. Paul Williams; Mabel C. Willard (Committee for

            International Reduction of Armament)]

W, 1924-1928 [Florence (Mrs. Arthur C.) Watkins (National Congress of Parents &

            Teachers); Otto Wagner (Dresden, Germany); E. Raymond Wilson; War

Department, U.S.]

W, 1924-1928 [includes Grace Tower Warren (New York Yearly Meeting, Religious

            Society of Friends); Webster Groves Peace Council; Frances M. White]

W, 1924-1928 [includes White House; Alida E.S. (Mrs. Henry A.) Whitmarsh;

            Lydia G. Wentworth]

 

Box 167 [mf reel 41:151 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

W, 1924-1928 [inclues Witmarsum Theological Seminary (re: All-Mennonite

Convention); Mary E. Woolley (Mount Holyoke College); Myer Wise (No More

War Society of Summit County, Akron, OH)]

W, 1924-1928 [includes Arthur Charles Watkins; Florence (Mrs. Arthur C.) Watkins]

W, 1924-1928 [includes Women's League of the United Synagogue of America]

 

Box 167 cont. [mf reel 41:152]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

W, 1924-1928 [includes Amy Woods; War Resisters International; Myer Wise; Lydia G.

            Wentworth; Julia Grace Wales: mss. "Our Threatened Inheritance”]

Wayfarers Travel Agency, 1922-1923

Webster Groves Peace Council [1 item]

Webster, Mary Phillips, 1924-1929 [NCPW staffperson?]

Wharton, Susan P., 1924-1928 [includes Nov. 5, 1928 notification of her death & article

            re: the Susan Parrish Wharton Memorial in the April 23, 1930 "Friends

Intelligencer”]

White House, 1927-1928

Wise, Rabbi Steven, 1924-1928

 

Box 168 [mf reel 41:152 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Women's Christian Temperance Union [WCTU], 1921-1923

Women's Christian Temperance Union [WCTU], 1921-1923: Branches

Women's Committee for World Disarmament, 1921-1922

 

Box 168 cont. [mf reel 41:153]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF], 1921-1924: national

office & Branches

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF], 1924-1927: national

            office

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF], 1924-1929: Branches

            (PA, NJ, NY)

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF], 1921-1923: Branches
            (PA)

Woman's Missionary Union of Friends in America, 1922-1923

 

Box 168a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:153 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

W [includes organizations, 1921-1923 (Woman's Peace Society; Women's Peace Union;

            Western Hemisphere; Women's Peace Foundation); Mrs. Samuel B.

Woodward, 1924-1928; L. Hollingsworth Wood]

 

Box 169 [mf reel 41:153 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches, 1921-1923 [includes

            Church Peace Union]

World Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches, 1924-1929

World Brotherhood Federation, 1924-1928

World Fedreation of Education Associations [3 items; no correspondence]

World Friendship Information Bureau & Clearing House, 1921-1923

World Peace Foundation, 1924-1929

Y-Z, 1921-1924 [includes Stanley R. Yarnell (Friends' Peace Committee)]

Y-Z, 1924-1928

 

Box 169 cont. [mf reel 41:154]

General Correspondence, 1921-1924 & 1924-1928

Young Men's Christian Association [YMCA], 1921-1923

Young Men's Christian Association [YMCA], 1921-1923: Branches

Young Women's Christian Association [YWCA], 1921-1923

Young Women's Christian Association [YWCA], 1921-1923: Branches

Young Women's Christian Association [YWCA], 1924-1928: national office & Branches

Z, 1924-1928

 

Box 170 [mf reel 41:154 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

A - American Friends Service Committee [AFSC]; B [includes Church of the Brethren]

 

Box 170 cont. [mf reel 41:155]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Balch - Brannan

 

Box 171 [mf reel 41:155 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

C

 

Box 171 cont. [mf reel 41:156]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Committee on Militarism in Education - Department of State, U.S.

 

Box 172 [mf reel 41:156 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

E - F; Elliott - Forbes

 

Box 172 cont. [mf reel 41:157]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Foreign Policy Association; G; Gulick

 

Box 173 [mf reel 41:157 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

H; Harper - Hazard

 

Box 173 cont. [mf reel 41:158]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

I-K; Indiana Council on International Relations - Jacobs; L

 

Box 174 [mf reel 41:155]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

League of Nations Association - Luscomb; M

 

Box 174 cont. [mf reel 41:159]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Michener - National Board of the YWCA; N-O

 

Box 175 [mf reel 41:159 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

National Child Welfare Association - National League of Women Voters; P-R; Rockefeller

 

Box 175 cont. [mf reel 41:160]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

S

 

Box 176 [mf reel 41:160 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Sayre - Stockwell; T-W

 

Box 176 cont. [mf reel 41:161]

General Correspondence, 1929-1930 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Watkins - World Peace Commission; Z

 

Box 177 [mf reel 41:161 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

A - Arnold-Forster; B

 

Box 177 cont. [mf reel 41:162]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

B (cont.)

 

Box 178 [mf reel 41:162 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

B (cont.); Barber - Brannan, 1929-1933

 

Box 179 [mf reel 41:163]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

C; Committee on Militarism in Education - Colcord

 

Box 179 cont. [mf reel 41:164]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Crosby

 

Box 180 [mf reel 41:164 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

D - F

 

Box 181 [mf reel 41:165]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America - Fradkin

 

Box 182 [mf reel 41:165 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

G

 

Box 182 cont. [mf reel 41:166]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

General Conference, Religious Society of Friends - Gulick; H

 

Box 183 [mf reel 41:166 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

H (cont.)

 

Box 183 cont. [mf reel 41:167]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

H (cont.) - J; Jordan; K; Kimball

 

Box 184 [mf reel 41:167 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

L

 

Box 184 cont. [mf reel 41:168]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

L (cont.); Lamont - League of Nations Union (British)

 

Box 185 [mf reel 41:168 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Libby - Luscomb; M

 

Box 185 cont. [mf reel 41:169]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

M; MacMaster

 

Box 186 [mf reel 41:169 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

N; National Committee on the Cause & Cure of War (Carrie Chapman Catt, Chair)

 

Box 186 cont. [mf reel 41:170]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

National Council of Jewish Women - National World Court Committee

 

Box 187 [mf reel 41:170 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

O - P

 

Box 187 cont. [mf reel 41:171]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

P; Page - Peace Heroes Memorial Society

 

Box 188 [mf reel 41:171 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Pennsylvania Council of Churches - Post; Q

 

Box 188 cont. [mf reel 41:172]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

R

 

Box 189 [mf reel 41:172 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Rockefeller; S

 

Box 189 cont. [mf reel 41:173]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

S (cont..)

 

Box 190 [mf reel 41:173 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Sayre - Strowbridge; T

 

Box 190 cont. [mf reel 41:174]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

U - W; Union of Democratic Control; Van der Voort

 

Box 191 [mf reel 41:174 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

W

 

Box 191 cont. [mf reel 41:175]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

W (cont.); War Resisters League - Webster

 

Box 192 [mf reel 41:175 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Wilson – Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF): International

Office

 

Box 192 cont. [mf reel 41:176]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Massachusetts Branch

& Pennsylvania Branch - Wood

 

Box 193 [mf reel 41:176 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1931-1933 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

World Alliance for International Friendship - World Peace Youth Congress; X - Z;

Yarnall - YMCA

 

Box 194 [mf reel 41:177]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

A (A-M); Adult Education Council, Chicago; Addams, Jane - Allen

 

Box 195 [mf reel 41:177 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

A [first name starts with N-Z]; Am [first name starts with A-G]

 

Box 195 cont. [mf reel 41:178]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

American Academy of Political & Social Scientists - American Friends Service

Committee [AFSC]

 

Box 196 [mf reel 41:178 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

American Inter-Organization Council, Geneva, Switzerland; Am [first name starts with

H-Z]; American League Against War & Fascism; B [first name starts with A-B]

 

Box 197 [mf reel 41:179]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

B [first name starts with C-K]

 

Box 198 [mf reel 41:179 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

B [first name starts with L-Z]; Be [first name starts with A-C]

 

Box 199 [mf reel 41:180]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Bixler; Be [first name starts with D-I]

 

Box 200 [mf reel 41:180 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Be [first name starts with J-Z]

 

Box 201 [mf reel 41:180 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Br [first name starts with A-B]; Brethren, Church of the

 

Box 201 cont. [mf reel 41:181]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Br [first name starts with C-E]

 

Box 202 [mf reel 41:181 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Br [first name starts with F-M]

 

Box 203. [mf reel 41:181 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Br [first name starts with N-S]

 

Box 203 cont. [mf reel 41:182]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Br [first name starts with T-Z]; C [first name starts with A-C]

 

Box 204 [mf reel 41:182 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

C [first name starts with D-Z]

 

Box 205 [mf reel 41:183]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Ch [first name starts with A-B]; Chace; Ch [first name starts with C-K]

 

Box 206 [mf reel 41:183 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Ch [first name starts with N-Z]; Cincinnati Peace League; Co [first name starts with A-B]

 

Box 207 [mf reel 41:183 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Co [first name starts with C]

 

Box 207 cont. [mf reel 41:184]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Co [first name starts with D-I]

 

Box 208 [mf reel 41:184 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Co [first name starts with J-S]; Committee on Militarism in Education

 

Box 209 [mf reel 41:185]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Co [first name starts with T-Z]; D [first name starts with A-G]; Darling, H.M.

 

Box 210 [mf reel 41:185 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

D [first name starts with H-Z]; Des Moines Peace Council; Dexter, R.

 

Box 211 [mf reel 41:186]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Di [first name starts with A-S]

 

Box 212 [mf reel 41:186 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Di [first name starts with T-Z]; E [first name starts with A-K]

 

Box 213 [mf reel 41:187]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

E [first name starts with L-Z]; English, M.; F [first name starts with A-C]; Federal

Council Commission on Christian Education

 

Box 214 [mf reel 41:187 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

F [first name starts with D-I]

 

Box 214 cont. [mf reel 41:188]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Fosdick, H.E.

 

Box 215 [mf reel 41:188 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

F [first name starts with J-M]; Forbes, Mrs. J. Malcolm

 

Box 216 [mf reel 41:188 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

F [first name starts with N-S]

 

Box 216 cont. [mf reel 41:189]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

F [first name starts with T-Z]; G [first name starts with A-E]

 

Box 217 [mf reel 41:189 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

G [first name starts with F-Z]; Georgia Peace Society

 

Box 218 [mf reel 41:189 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Go [first name starts with A-C]

 

Box 218 cont. [mf reel 41:190]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Go [first name starts with D-M]

 

Box 219 [mf reel 41:190 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Go [first name starts with N-Z]; H [first name starts with A-C]; Harris, Alan

 

Box 220 [mf reel 41:190 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

H [first name starts with D-E]

 

Box 220 cont. [mf reel 41:191]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

H [first name starts with F-K]

 

Box 221 [mf reel 41:191 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

H [first name starts with L-Z]; Harvey, William; He [first name starts with A-C]

 

Box 222 [mf reel 41:191 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

He [first name starts with D-I]

 

Box 222 cont. [mf reel 41:192]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

He [first name starts with J-Z]

 

Box 223 [mf reel 41:192 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Ho [first name starts with A-K]

 

Box 224 [mf reel 41:192 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Ho [first name starts with L-Z]; Hume, Samuel

 

Box 224 cont. [mf reel 41:193]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

I [first name starts with A-E]

 

Box 225 [mf reel 41:193 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

I [first name starts with F-Z]; International Peace Campaign; J [first name starts

with A-C]

 

Box 226 [mf reel 41:193 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

J [first name starts with D-K]

 

Box 226 cont. [mf reel 41:194]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

J[first name starts with L-S]

 

Box 227 [mf reel 41:194 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

J [first name starts with T-Z]; K [first name starts with A-E]; Kimball, Chase

 

Box 228 [mf reel 41:194 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

K [first name starts with F-M]

 

Box 228 cont. [mf reel 41:195]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

K [first name starts with N-S]; Ki [first name starts with N-S]

 

Box 229 [mf reel 41:195 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

K [first name starts with T-Z]; L [first name starts with A-E]

 

Box 230 [mf reel 41:195 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

L [first name starts with F-S]; Levering, Miriam

 

Box 231 [mf reel 41:196]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

League of Nations Associations (local & national); League of Nations societies (Europe

& New Zealand); League of Nations Union, Great Britain; L [first name starts

with T-Z]; Li [first name starts with A-E]; Lilienthal, Mrs. Ernest

 

Box 232 [mf reel 41:196 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Li [first name starts with F-Z]; M [first name starts with A-B]

 

Box 233 [mf reel 41:196 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

M [first name starts with C]; Mc [first name starts with D-E]

 

Box 233 cont. [mf reel 41:197]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

M [first name starts with D-I]; Mc [first name starts with H-I]

 

Box 234 [mf reel 41:197 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Mc [first name starts with N-S]; Mc [first name starts with J-K]; M [first name starts

with J-K]; Mc [first name starts with L-M]; M [first name starts with L-S]

 

Box 235 [mf reel 41:197 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Mc [first name starts with T-Z]; M [first name starts with T-Z]

 

Box 235 cont. [mf reel 41:198]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Me [first name starts with A-G]; Mid-West Council on International Relations

 

Box 236 [mf reel 41:198 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Me [first name starts with H-Z]; Mead, Lucia Ames; Mehus, O.; Mo [first name starts

with A-B]

 

Box 236 cont. [mf reel 41:199]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Munsell, A.

 

Box 237 [mf reel 41:199 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Mo [first name starts with C-Z]

 

Box 238 [mf reel 41:199 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

N [first name starts with A-C]; National Board, YWCA - National Council of Women

 

Box 239 [mf reel 41:199 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

N [first name starts with D-E]

 

Box 239 cont. [mf reel 41:200]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

N [first name starts with F-K]; New History Society & Junior Caravan; New Jersey

Joint Council on International Relations

 

Box 240 [mf reel 41:200 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

N [first name starts with L-Z]; O [first name starts with A-B]

 

Box 240 cont. [mf reel 41:201]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

O [first name starts with C]

 

Box 241 [mf reel 41:201 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

O [first name starts with D-Z]; Open Forum Speakers Bureau; P [first name starts

with A-B]; Price

 

Box 242 [mf reel 41:201 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

P [first name starts with C-I]

 

Box 242 cont. [mf reel 41:202]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Peace Heroes Memorial Society

 

Box 243 [mf reel 41:202 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

P [first name starts with J-S]; Pope, Senator James

 

Box 244 [mf reel 41:202 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

P [first name starts with N-Z]; Q [first name starts with A-Z]; R [first name starts

with A-E]

 

Box 245 [mf reel 41:202 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

R [first name starts with F-G]

 

Box 245 cont. [mf reel 41:203]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

R [first name starts with H-Z]; Riley, Rev. William

 

Box 246 [mf reel 41:203 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Ro [first name starts with A-G]

 

Box 246 cont. [mf reel 41:204]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Ro [first name starts with H-I]

 

Box 247 [mf reel 41:204 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Ro [first name starts with J-Z]; S [first name starts with A-E]

 

Box 248 [mf reel 41:204 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

S [first name starts with F-S]; Sayre, J. Nevin

 

Box 249 [mf reel 41:204 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

S [first name starts with T-Z]; Se [first name starts with A-C]

 

Box 249 cont. [mf reel 41:205]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Shain, C.; Se [first name starts with D-G] [includes French translation of "Arms &

the Men” by E. Shellenberg, & relevant correspondence]

 

Box 250 [mf reel 41:205 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Se [first name starts with H-Z]; Sharp, W.

 

Box 251 [mf reel 41:205 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Sm [first name starts with A-K]

 

Box 251 cont. [mf reel 41:206]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Sm [first name starts with L-M]

 

Box 252 [mf reel 41:206 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Sm [first name starts with N-Z]; St [first name starts with A-E]; State Department, U.S.;             Sward, E.

 

Box 253 [mf reel 41:206 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

St [first name starts with F-G]

 

Box 253 cont. [mf reel 41:207]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

St [first name starts with H-M]

 

Box 254 [mf reel 41:207 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

St [first name starts with N-Z]; Swedish peace organizations; T [first name starts

with A-C]

 

Box 255 [mf reel 41:207 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

T [first name starts with D-G]

 

Box 255 cont. [mf reel 41:208]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

T [first name starts with H-M]

 

Box 256 [mf reel 41:208 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Correspondence, T [first name starts with N-Z]; U-V [first name starts with A-I]

 

Box 257 [mf reel 41:208 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

U-V [first name starts with J-Z]

 

Box 257 cont. [mf reel 41:209]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

W [first name starts with A-C]

 

Box 258 [mf reel 41:209 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

W [first name starts with D-K]; War Department, U.S.; White House (Franklin D. Roosevelt)

 

Box 259 [mf reel 41:209 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

W [first name starts with L-M]; We [first name starts with L-M]

 

Box 259 cont. [mf reel 41:210]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Weyl, Maurice; W [first name starts with N-Z]

 

Box 260 [mf reel 41:210 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Wi [first name starts with A-E]; World Alliance for International Friendship;

Wo [first name starts with D-E]

 

Box 261 [mf reel 41:210 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Wi [first name starts with F-M]; Wilson, Harley

 

Box 261 cont. [mf reel 41:211]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Wo [first name starts with L-M]

 

Box 262 [mf reel 41:211 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

Wi [first name starts with N-Z]; World Peace Foundation - World Union of Women

for International Concord

 

Box 263 [mf reel 41:211 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

X-Z [first name starts with A-S]; Young, Bradford

 

Box 263 cont. [mf reel 41:212]

General Correspondence, 1934-1936 [arranged alphabetically]

X-Z [first name starts with T-Z]; YWCA

 

Box 264 [mf reel 41:212 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

A-Al [first name starts with A-I]; Am-Az [first name starts with A-G]; American Friends

Service Committee [AFSC]; Ba-Be [first name starts with A-C]; Be-Bo [first

name starts with A-C]; Bliven - Boss

 

Box 265 [mf reel 41:212 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Br-By [first name starts with A-M]; Brethren, Church of the; Burdick, F.

 

Box 265 cont. [mf reel 41:213]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Br-By [first name starts with N-S]

 

Box 266 [mf reel 41:213 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Br [first name starts with T-Z]; Ca-Ce [first name starts with A-Z]

 

Box 267 [mf reel 41:213 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Ch-Cl [first name starts with A-I]

 

Box 267 cont. [mf reel 41:214]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Ch-Cl [first name starts with J-Z]; Co-Cz [first name starts with A-E]

 

Box 268 [mf reel 41:214 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Co-Cz [first name starts with F-Z]

 

Box 269 [mf reel 41:214 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Da-Dh [first name starts with A-I]

 

Box 269 cont. [mf reel 41:215]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Da-Dh [first name starts with I-Z]

 

Box 270 [mf reel 41:215 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Di-Dz [first name starts with A-Z]; E [first name starts with A-E]

 

Box 271 [mf reel 41:216]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

E [first name starts with F-Z]; F [first name starts with A-Z]; French - Fisher

 

Box 272 [mf reel 41:216 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Forbes - Foreign Policy Association

 

Box 272 cont. [mf reel 41:217]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Freeman; Ga-Gl [first name starts with A-Z]; Go-Gz [first name starts with A-Z];

Gold Star Mothers - Gray, Phillip

 

Box 273 [mf reel 41:217 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Ha, He-Hi, Ho-Hy [first name starts with A-Z]; Hunt, S. Foster; I [first name starts

with A-Z]; J [first name starts with A-M]

 

Box 274 [mf reel 41:218]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

J [first name starts with N-Z]; K [first name starts with A-Z]; L [first name starts with

A-Z]; Lantz, Elizabeth - Ludlow, Senator Louis; Li [first name starts with A-Z]

 

Box 275 [mf reel 41:218 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

M [first name starts with A-Z]; Maverick, Maury

 

Box 275 cont. [mf reel 41:219]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Me - Mi [first name starts with A-Z]; Mo [first name starts with A-Z]; Morgan, Laura

Puffer; N [first name starts with A-K]

 

Box 276 [mf reel 41:219 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

N (L-Z); National Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs - National

Federation of Temple Sisterhoods; O [first name starts with A-Z]; P [first name starts with A-M]

 

Box 276 cont. [mf reel 41:220]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

P [first name starts with N-Z]; Q [first name starts with A-Z]; Ra-Ri [first name starts

with A-M]

 

Box 277 [mf reel 41:220 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Ra-Ri [first name starts with N-Z]; Rivers; Ro-Ry [first name starts with A-Z] Sa-Sc [first

name starts with A-Z]; Sayre; Se-Sl [first name starts with A-M]

 

Box 277 cont. [mf reel 41:221]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Se-Sl [first name starts with N-Z]; Sm-Sr [first name starts with A-I]; Speakman, J.

 

Box 278 [mf reel 41:221 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Sm-Sr [first name starts with J-Z]; St-Sy [first name starts with A-Z]; State Department,

U.S.; T [first name starts with A-Z]; Thomas - Topping; U-V [first name starts

with A-Z]; Wa-Wh [first name starts with A-C]

 

Box 279 [mf reel 41:221 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Wa-Wh [first name starts with D-I]

 

Box 279 cont. [mf reel 41:222]

General Correspondence, 1937-1939 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Wa-Wh [first name starts with J-Z]; War Resisters League - White, William; Wi-Wy

[first name starts with A-Z]; World Peaceways, Inc.; X-Z [first name starts with

A-Z]

 

Box 280 [mf reel 41:222 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

A [first name starts with A-Z]; Am [first name starts with A-E]; Andrae, E. – American

Friends Service Committee (AFSC)

 

Box 280 cont. [mf reel 41:223]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Armstrong, D. - Anthony, H.; Am [first name starts with F-Z]

 

Box 281 [mf reel 41:223 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

B [first name starts with A-Z]; Babbot, F. - Bancroft, P.; Be [first name starts with A-E];

Behre – Bixler

 

Box 281 cont. [mf reel 41:224]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Be [first name starts with F-K]; Boldt, H.; Benjamin, J.

 

Box 282 [mf reel 41:224 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Be [first name starts with L-Z]; Bevilacqua - Broyes, B.; Br [first name starts with A-M];

Breed, E. - Briggs, M.

 

Box 282 cont. [mf reel 41:225]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Brooks, Lawrence - Broughton, Nicholas; Br [first name starts with N-S]

 

Box 283 [mf reel 41:225 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Birdsall; Br [first name starts with T-Z]; C [first name starts with A-Z]; Carhart; Ch [first

name starts with A-Z]; Clapper; Co [first name starts with A-G]; Cordian, A. -

Cowles, G.

 

Box 284 [mf reel 41:225 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Co [first name starts with H-K]; Creed, H. – "Conscientious Objector”

 

Box 284 cont. [mf reel 41:226]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Co [first name starts with L-Z]; Cotton, J. - Cope, W.; D [first name starts with A-E];

Davis - Dehn

 

Box 285 [mf reel 41:226 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

D [first name starts with F-Z]; Dennis, L. - Davison, W.

 

Box 285 cont. [mf reel 41:227]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Di [first name starts with A-Z]; Dunn; E [first name starts with A-C]; Edwards

 

Box 286 [mf reel 41:227 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Elkinton, A. - Eisendrath, O.; E [first name starts with D-Z]; F [first name starts with

A-C]; Fowler

 

Box 286 cont. [mf reel 41:228]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

F [first name starts with D-I]; Fridell, E. - Fey, H.

 

Box 287 [mf reel 41:228 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Fisher, H. - General Alliance of Unitarian Women; F [first name starts with J-Z]; G [first

name starts with A-C]

 

Box 287 cont. [mf reel 41:229]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

G [first name starts with D-G]

 

Box 288 [mf reel 41:229 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

G [first name starts with H-Z]; Gannett; Go [first name starts with A-Z]; Gannett, W. –

Griffin, V.

 

Box 288 cont. [mf reel 41:230]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Ha [first name starts with A-Z]

 

Box 289 [mf reel 41:230 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

H [first name starts with A-Z]; Hamlin, C. - Harris, W.; He [first name starts with A-C]

 

Box 290 [mf reel 41:230 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

He [first name starts with D-S]; Hesse, P.

 

Box 290 cont. [mf reel 41:231]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

He, [first name starts with T-Z]; Hilliard, W.; Ho [first name starts with A-Z]; Holt, H. -

Hunter, S.

 

Box 291 [mf reel 41:231]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

I [first name starts with A-Z]; Ingersoll, R.; J [first name starts with A-I]; Johnson, C. -

Jones, E.; Jervey, C.

 

Box 291 cont. [mf reel 41:232]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

J [first name starts with J-Z]; Jones, M. - Kimball, Chase; K [first name starts with A-C]

 

Box 292 [mf reel 41:232 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Klingberg, E. - Kneeland, I.; K [first name starts with D-S]

 

Box 292 cont. [mf reel 41:233]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

K [first name starts with T-Z]; Kistner, T.; Lantz, E.; L [first name starts with A-G]

 

Box 293 [mf reel 41:233 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

L [first name starts with H-Z]; Leeds - Lingelbach, W.; Ma [first name starts with A-T]

 

Box 293 cont. [mf reel 41:234]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Me [first name starts with A-K]; Mills, C.

 

Box 294 [mf reel 41:234 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Me [first name starts with L-Z]; Mo - Mu [first name starts with A-G]; Mehus, O. –

Morgan, D.

 

Box 294 cont. [mf reel 41:235]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Mock, F.C. - Murray, F.J.

 

Box 295 [mf reel 41:235 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Mo [first name starts with H-Z]; Mooney, J. - Oldham, A.; N [first name starts with A-Z];

O [first name starts with A-I]

 

Box 296 [mf reel 41:235 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

O [first name starts with J-Z]; Olmsted, Mildred Scott; Palmer, A.

 

Box 296 cont. [mf reel 41:236]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

P [first name starts with A-S]; Price, A. - Peace Now Movement

 

Box 297 [mf reel 41:236 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

P [first name starts with T-Z]; Probst, J.E.

 

Box 297 cont. [mf reel 41:237]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Potts, T. - Ryan, A.; Q [first name starts with A-Z]; R [first name starts with A-Z]; S [first

name starts with A-C]

 

Box 298 [mf reel 41:237 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

S [first name starts with D-S]; Saleskie - Schellenberg, Mamie

 

Box 298 cont. [mf reel 41:238]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Scattergood, Maria - Speakman, J.; S [first name starts with T-Z]; Se [first name starts

with A-Z]; Sm [first name starts with A-K]

 

Box 299 [mf reel 41:238 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Sm [first name starts with L-Z]; St [first name starts with A-C]; Smith - Stafford

 

Box 299 cont. [mf reel 41:239]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

St [first name starts with D-S]; Stinger - Stokes

 

Box 300 [mf reel 41:239 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

St [first name starts with T-Z]; T [first name starts with A-M]; Taylor - Torpats

 

Box 300 cont. [mf reel 41:240]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

T [first name starts with N-Z]; U-V [first name starts with A-Z]; Thomas - Villard

 

Box 301 [mf reel 41:240 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

W [first name starts with A-I]; Watkins - Welch

 

Box 301 cont. [mf reel 41:241]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

W [first name starts with J-Z]; Wi [first name starts with A-E]; Welles - World Alliance

for International Friendship

 

Box 302 [mf reel 41:241 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1940-1945 [arranged by Library Bureau System]

Wi [first name starts with F-Z]; X-Z [first name starts with A-Z]; Wilcox - Womer

 

Box 303 [mf reel 41:241 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Ab-Al; Abbott - Ahrens

 

Box 303 cont. [mf reel 41:242]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Am-Ba; Ahrens - Baade

 

Box 304 [mf reel 41:242 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Be-Bo; Babbot - Boeker

 

Box 304 cont. [mf reel 41:244]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Boeker [writings]

 

Box 305 [mf reel 41:244 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Br-Ca; Bofman - Cadbury

 

Box 305 cont. [mf reel 41:245]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Campbell - Capper

 

Box 306 [mf reel 41:245 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Ce-Cov; Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors - Cornell, A.

 

Box 306 cont. [mf reel 41:246]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Cr-Cu; Cornell, J. - Cromwell

 

Box 307 [mf reel 41:246 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Da-E; Davis - Dyer

 

Box 307 cont. [mf reel 41:247]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Em-Ez; Eisendrath - Emmet

 

Box 308 [mf reel 41:247 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Fa-Fo; Farmer - Freeman

 

Box 308 cont. [mf reel 41:248]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Fridell - Furstenvalde

 

Box 309 [mf reel 41:248 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Ga-Hal; Gaevernitz - Hall

 

Box 309 cont. [mf reel 41:249]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Hamblen; Ham-Hap

 

Box 310 [mf reel 41:249 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Har-Ho; Hamlin - Hoffman

 

Box 310 cont. [mf reel 41:250]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Holdridge

 

Box 311 [mf reel 41:250 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Hu-Je; Holmes - Jewett

 

Box 312 [mf reel 41:250 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Jo

 

Box 312 cont. [mf reel 41:251]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Johnson, Mordecai - Klingelhofer; Ka-Ky

 

Box 313 [mf reel 41:252]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

La-Ly; Ladd - Lowrie

 

Box 313 cont. [mf reel 41:253]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Ludlow

 

Box 314 [mf reel 41:253 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Ma-Mi; MacDonald - Morley

 

Box 314 cont. [mf reel 41:254]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Mo; Morris

 

Box 315 [mf reel 41:254 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Mu-Ne; Mundt - Newman

 

Box 315 cont. [mf reel 41:255]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Ni-Nu; Nichols

 

Box 316 [mf reel 41:255 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

O-Pa; Oberndorf - Parsons; Peace Now Movement

 

Box 316 cont. [mf reel 41:256]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Pe-Pl; People's Lobby - Pitman

 

Box 317 [mf reel 41:256 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Po-Re; Pickard - Regnery; Reuther

 

Box 317 cont. [mf reel 41:257]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Regnery (cont.)

 

Box 318 [mf reel 41:257 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Rh-Sa; Richards - Roosevelt

 

Box 318 cont. [mf reel 41:258]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Sc; Sargent - Scanlan

 

Box 319 [mf reel 41:258 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Se-So; Scattergood - Spooner

 

Box 319 cont. [mf reel 41:259]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

St-Sto; Stewart

 

Box 320 [mf reel 41:259 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Su-Th; Stokes - Terminiello

 

Box 320 cont. [mf reel 41:260]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Thackery - Tobin; To-V

 

Box 321 [mf reel 41:260 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Vandenberg - Walser; Vo-Wa

 

Box 321 cont. [mf reel 41:261]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

We; Wang - Wechsler

 

Box 322 [mf reel 41:261 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Wh-Wi; Wherry - White

 

Box 322 cont. [mf reel 41:262]

General Correspondence, 1946-1950 [arranged alphabetically]

Wise - Yarrow; Wo-Z

 

Box 323 [mf reel 41:262 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

A-Ay; Ahrens - Allinson

 

Box 323 cont. [mf reel 41:263]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

American Academy of Political & Social Science – American Friends Service

Committee [AFSC]

 

Box 324 [mf reel 41:263 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

American Friends Service Committee [AFSC] (cont.) - Armstrong; Ba

 

Box 324 cont. [mf reel 41:264]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Baade - Blomberg; Be-Bl

 

Box 325 [mf reel 41:264 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Bo; Bofman - Bowles

 

Box 325 cont. [mf reel 41:265]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Br-Ce; Braun - Cameron

 

Box 326 [mf reel 41:265 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors

 

Box 326 cont. [mf reel 41:266]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Ch-Co; Church Peace Mission - Combs

 

Box 327 [mf reel 41:266 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Committee for Economic Development - Committee on the Present Danger

 

Box 327a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:267]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Condon - Cronbach (Peace Heroes Memorial Society); Cr-Cu

 

Box 328 [mf reel 41:267 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Da-De; Demarest

 

Box 328 cont. [mf reel 41:268]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Davis - Douglas; Di-Dn

 

Box 329 [mf reel 41:268 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Dulles - Dunnico; Ea-Ei

 

Box 329 cont. [mf reel 41:269]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Eby - Elkinton; Ei-Ev

 

Box 330 [mf reel 41:269 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Embick - Federation of American Scientists; F

 

Box 330 cont. [mf reel 41:270]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Fellowship of Reconciliation

 

Box 331 [mf reel 41:270 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Fellowship Magazine - Flynn

 

Box 331 cont. [mf reel 41:271 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Forbes - Ford; Fo-Fu

 

Box 332 [mf reel 41:271 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Forstner - Fry; Garrigue; G-Gl

 

Box 332 cont. [mf reel 41:272]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Gn-Go

 

Box 333 [mf reel 41:272 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Gr-Ha; Gray - Harris

 

Box 333 cont. [mf reel 41:273 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Hart - Hatch, Harold

 

Box 334 [mf reel 41:273 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Hatch, Richard - Hoover War Library; He-Ho

 

Box 334 cont. [mf reel 41:274]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Horton - Hutchinson; Hu

 

Box 335 [mf reel 41:274 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

I; Indian Embassy - International Peace Bureau

 

Box 335 cont. [mf reel 41:275]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

International Peace Bureau - Jenner; Ja-Je

 

Box 336 [mf reel 41:275 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Jo-Ju; Joffo - Justice, Department of (U.S.)

 

Box 336 cont. [mf reel 41:276]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Ka-Ki; Kade - Klingelhofer

 

Box 337 [mf reel 41:276 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Ko-Le; Krupp - Laubach

 

Box 337 cont. [mf reel 41:277]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Lemme - Lloyd; Li-Ll

 

Box 338 [mf reel 41:277 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Lo-Ly; Lodge - Luce-Clausen

 

Box 338 cont. [mf reel 41:278]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

M-Mac; MacArthur

 

Box 339 [mf reel 41:278 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Mc; McCarthy - McCarran

 

Box 339 cont. [mf reel 41:279]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

McCloy - Michener; Me-Mo

 

Box 339 cont. [mf reel 41:280]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Moll - Moors

 

Box 340 [mf reel 41:280 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Mo-N; Morris - National Service Board for Religious Objectors [NSBRO]

 

Box 341 [mf reel 41:281]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

National WCTU - Peter; Post War World Council; O-Pe

 

Box 341 cont. [mf reel 41:282]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Ph-Py; Porter - Prestinari

 

Box 342 [mf reel 41:282 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Ra-Ri; Radio Free Russia - Regnery

 

Box 342 cont. [mf reel 41:283]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Rankin; Rh-Ri

 

Box 343 [mf reel 41:283 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Ro-Sc; Roosevelt - Schuchardt

 

Box 343 cont. [mf reel 41:284]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Schrausshuen - Shafer; Seesholz; Shaw; Sc-Sh

 

Box 344 [mf reel 41:284 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Soviet Embassy - State, Department of (U.S.); Sm-St

 

Box 344 cont. [mf reel 41:285]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

State, Department of (U.S.) - Stevens

 

Box 345 [mf reel 41:285 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Stewart - Truman; T-Tr

 

Box 345 cont. [mf reel 41:285 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

U

 

Box 345 cont. [mf reel 41:286]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

U.S. National Committee for UNESCO - Vining; V

 

Box 347 [mf reel 41:286 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

Wa; Warburg

 

Box 347 cont. [mf reel 41:287]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

War Resisters League - Willard; We-Wi

 

Box 348 [mf reel 41:287 cont.]

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF] - Workshop on World

Disarmament; Wo-Wu

 

Box 348 cont. [mf reel 41:288]

General Correspondence, 1951-1955 [arranged alphabetically]

World Reconstruction & World Disarmament [WILPF] - Zacharias; X-Z

 

Box 349 [mf reel 41:288 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

A-B; American Friends Service Committee [AFSC] - Beverage Memorial Fund for

Education, 1956

 

Box 349 cont. [mf reel 41:289]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

Beverage Memorial Fund, 1957-1960; C

 

Box 350 [mf reel 41:289 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

D-F; Eckels - Friends Committee on National Legislation [FCNL]

 

Box 350 cont. [mf reel 41:290]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

G - J

 

Box 351 [mf reel 41:290 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

Krupp von Bohlen - Library of Congress; K-M

 

Box 351 cont. [mf reel 41:291]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

Mackenzie - Ozaki; N-O

 

Box 351a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:291]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

P

 

Box 352 [mf reel 41:291 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

R-S; Stone

 

Box 352 cont. [mf reel 41:292]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

Swarthmore College Peace Collection, 1938-1971 – Women's International League

for Peace and Freedom [WILPF]; T-U

 

Box 352a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:292]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

V-Z

 

Box 352a [mf reel 41:292 cont.]

General Correspondence, 1955 (cont.) -1971 [arranged alphabetically]

Estate of George R. Cromby, 1957-1970; correspondence with James F. Finucane,

1972-1975 [not on microfilm]

 

 

Series F: Subject & Special Project Files

[return to Table of Contents]

 

Box 353 [mf reel 41:293]

Campaigns

Washington Conference on Limitation of Armaments, 1921-1922

            Cooperation with/re: Conference, 1921-1922

Cooperation with/re: Conference: "Literary Digest” (issue re: Conference,

            Nov. 12, 1921)

Cooperation with/re: Conference: correspondence

Cooperation with/re: Conference: editorial contest in college papers (held in

            Washington (DC) in Dec. 1921)

No-More-War Campaign

Support by state governors, 1921 (Dec.)

Misc. 1922

No More War Day, July 29, 1922

Proposed peace conference: correspondence re: possible names, 1922 (Dec.)

Law - Not War Day, 1923

Form letters sent; correspondence; releases sent

Correspondence

 

Box 353a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:293 cont.]

Campaigns

Law – Not War Day, 1923

Misc. material; correspondence

Newsclippings, etc. [newsclippings not filmed]

Law – Not War Day, 1925

No More War Day, 1923-1926: foreign celebrations (Britih, Dutch, German, etc.)

 

Box 354 [mf reel 41:294]

Campaigns

World Cooperation Campaign, 1924 (July)

            Correspondence; form letters sent; releases sent; etc.

            Misc. mimeographed material produced

            Newsclippings, 1924 [not filmed]

            Defense or Mobilization Day, 1924: correspondence; releases sent; etc. [2

                        folders]

            Defense Day, 1924: correspondence of FJL with President Coolidge, etc.

            Defense or Mobilization Day, 1924: protests – newsclippings, etc.

            Defense Day, 1924: protests – Goosestep Day

            Posters [none found in box 03/05]

            Photographs [none found in box 03/05]

            Releases

            Newsclippings

 

Box 354a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:294 cont.]

Campaigns

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927

            Committee on Peace With Latin America: meeting minutes, etc., 1927

            Committee on Peace With Latin America: form letters sent; releases sent, etc.,

1927

            Letter by Joseph Chamberlain (et.al.) sent to 240 professors, 1927: affirmative

                        replies, etc.

            Letter (telegram) by Raymond Fosdick sent, 1927: affirmative replies received;

lists of names

            Letter (telegram) by Raymond Fosdick sent, 1927: affirmative replies received

                        [names used in supplementary release, Jan. 19, 1927]

 

Box 355 [mf reel 41:295]

Campaigns

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927

Newscippings re: Mexico prior to crisis, 1926

Letter by Raymond Fosdick sent, 1927: acknowledgements from "out of town”

recipients

            War with Mexico, 1927: forgery by Hearst of Mexico state papers

            Correspondence re: arbitration, 1927

            Misc., 1927

            Refusal to sign arbitration statement, 1927

            Correspondence [arranged by state: Alabama – Iowa]

            Correspondence [arranged by state: Kansas – Montana]

 

Box 355a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:295 cont.]

Campaigns

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927

            Correspondence [arranged by state: New Hampshire – Wisconsin]

            Correspondence, 1926 (Dec.) – 1927

            "Pan Pacific Progress” (Mexican edition), 1927 (July)

 

Box 356 [mf reel 41:296]

Campaigns

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927

Correspondence & resolutions against U.S. intervention in Mexico, 1927

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927 / Campaign re: Nicaragua, 1927-1931

            Efforts of NCPW & other groups [includes several letters]

            Efforts of NCPW & other groups (cont.) [newsclippings at end of folder not

filmed]

            Efforts of NCPW; background reading: articles & newsclippings [newsclippings

at end of folder not filmed]

Campaign re: Nicaragua, 1927-1931

Efforts by NCPW & other groups re: intervention/war by U.S.

Background reading: articles & newsclippings, 1929-1931  [newsclippings at end

of folder not filmed]

 

Box 357 [mf reel 41:297]

Campaigns

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927

            Lifting of the arms embargo

            Committee on Peace With Latin America [2 folders]

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927 / Campaign re: Nicaragua, 1927-1931

            Government documents, 1927

Campaign re: Nicaragua, 1927-1931

            Mimeographed material; background reading [newsclippings at end of folder not

filmed]

            Background reading (cont.) [newsclippings at end of folder not filmed]

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927

            Committee on Peace With Latin America: correspondence; mimeographed

material; etc.

            Committee on Peace With Latin America (cont.) [newsclippings at end of folder

                        not filmed]

            Success of campaign [newsclippings re: Latin America (1927-1930) not filmed]

 

Box 358 [mf reel 41:298]

Campaigns

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927

            Correspondence

            Correspondence (cont.) [not filmed: telegrams with literature requests &

                        letters re: speaking engagements]

            Correspondence with ministers

            Correspondence with organizations

            Background reading re: Mexico, 1926 [2 folders]

Campaign re: Nicaragua, 1927-1931

Background reading [newsclippings not filmed]

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927

            Form letters sent; mimeographed material produced; petitions; etc.

            Form letters sent; mimeographed material produced; circulation records re:

                        distribution of NCPW material

Campaign re: Nicaragua, 1927-1931

            Material from other organizations

 

Box 358a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:298 cont.]

Campaigns

Campaign to Prevent U.S. War With Mexico, 1927 / Campaign re: Nicaragua, 1927-1931

Background reading, 1927 [newsclippings not filmed]

Background reading, 1927-1928 [newsclippings not filmed]

Background reading re: Mexico, 1922-1925 [newsclippings not filmed]

 

Box 359 (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:299]

Campaigns

Kellogg Pact / Paris Pact Campaign, 1928-1929

            Form letters sent; releases; etc.

            Misc. material: form letters sent, etc., 1929

            Efforts to have poster displayed in 50,000 U.S. post offices in Aug. 1929

[includes correspondence]

 

Box 360 [mf reel 41:300]

Campaigns

World Court Campaign, 1923-1935

Efforts re: World Court Week (Nov. 11-18, 1923)

Women's World Court Committee (NCPW), 1923-1934: correspondence, etc.

1924-1930

Women's World Court Committee (NCPW), 1923-1934: correspondence, etc.

[government documents at end of folder not filmed]

Women's World Court Committee (NCPW), 1923-1934: annual reports, 1923-

1934 [originally a subcommittee of the Women's Joint Congressional

Committee]

Women's World Court Committee (NCPW), 1923-1934:  meeting minutes, 1923-

1934 [incomplete set]

Women's World Court Committee (NCPW), 1923-1934: correspondence, etc.,

1924-1930 [topics include peace memorial signed by 370,000 women in

1929 & subsequent gift of memorial & chest to the Smithsonian, 1925]

Women's World Court Committee (NCPW), 1923-1934: reports & media

coverage re: favorable opinions about joining world court [newsclippings

not filmed]

 

Box 361 [mf reel 41:301]

Campaigns

World Court Campaign, 1923-1935

Correspondence with Senators, 1923-1931 [3 folders]

Postcard(s) sent to President Roosevelt pledging support for the world court,

            1933 [at suggestion of Jeannette Rankin; includes correspondence]

Efforts of NCPW & others, 1932 [includes correspondence; newsclippings not

filmed] [original folder title: "Resolution Out Of Committee, But Lack

of Leadership Leaves It Hanging”]

Efforts of NCPW's Southern office, 1931

Correspondence with Foreign Policy Association, 1924-1926

Correspondence etc. with Council of Christian Associations (World Court

Committee), 1925-1926

            Cooperation with World Court Conference Committee, 1925-1926:                                                correspondence; meeting minutes; press releases sent; etc.

            Correspondenced with various organizations, 1925-1926

Drive for America to join world court, 1928 [newsclippings not filmed] [original

folder title: "Gillett Resolution For Exchange Of Views With Other

States Held Out By Borah's Committee”]

 

Box 362 (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:302]

Campaigns

World Court Campaign, 1923-1935

Laura Puffer Morgan: misc. material [3 folders]

National World Court Committee, 1930-1934: correspondence

 

Box 362a (5 in. box) [mf reel 41:302 cont.]

Campaigns

World Court Campaign, 1923-1935

National World Court Committee, 1929: meeting minutes; correspondence;

            etc. [includes NCPW correspondence re: world court, 1924-1928]

National World Court Committee, 1930-1932: meeting minutes; correspondence;

            etc.

Petition, 1931: signed petitions; correspondence

Campaign, 1933 [original folder title: "Weak Interest”]

Campaign, 1934 [original folder title: "Another Inactive Year”]

Florence Brewer Boeckel: notes, etc.

 

Box 363 [mf reel 41:303]

Campaigns

World Court Campaign, 1923-1935

            Correspondence (general), 1923-1924 [includes one letter from 1925] [2 folders]

            Correspondence (general), 1925 [2 folders]

            Correspondence (general), 1930

            Correspondence (general), 1931 [includes several letters from 1930]

            Form letters sent

            Defeat of world court measure (vote of 52-36), 1935 [newsclippings not filmed]

            Releases; excerpts from Senators' speeches; etc.

Telegrams sent Feb. 1, 1935 [includes replies]

 

Box 364 [mf reel 41:304]

Campaigns

World Court Campaign, 1923-1935

Correspondence (general), 1925 (Sept.) -1929 [2 folders]

Correspondence with Esther Everett Lape (American Peace Foundation),

            1925-1932

Approval of U.S. House of Representatives for U.S. to join world court, 1925

Approval of U.S. Senate for U.S. to join world court, 1926 (voted 76 to 17 in

            favor)

"After year's discussion President Hoover directs signing articles membership,”

            1929 [original folder title]

"U.S. reservations cause delay in Europe's acceptance,” 1927 [original folder

title]

Survey of editorials, 1931

Circularization of material, 1930

Circularization of material, 1930 (cont.) [includes correspondence]

Poll of government officials, etc., 1923-1932

 

Box 365 [mf reel 41:305]

Campaigns

World Court Campaign, 1923-1935

Printed & mimeographed material produced [NCPW posters removed to Poster

            Collection] [2 folders]

"Huge petitions, extra sessions urged” [original folder title; includes

correspondence; signed petitions; Jan. 1931 document "Petition on the World Court” removed to Oversized Items Collection]

Campaign, 1931: form letters sent; lists; printed literature; newsclippings [news-

            clippings not filmed] [2 folders]

 

Box 366 [mf reel 41:306]

Campaigns

World Court Campaign, 1923-1935

            Cartoons for & against, 1923-1935

            Resolutions of various groups in support & opposition, 1923-1935 [2 folders]

            Speeches by Congresspersons, 1925-1929

            Organizations that supported the world court, 1930-1931, 1935

Campaign Against a "Big Navy”

            Australian cruise by U.S. Navy fleet, 1925 [2 folders]

            Navy League's interests in munitions

 

Box 366a (1/2 box) [mf reel 41:306 cont.]

Campaigns

Campaign Against a "Big Navy,” 1925-1939

            Campaign, up to & including 1924

            Campaign, 1925-1927

            Campaign, 1928

 

Box 367 [mf reel 41:307]

Campaigns

Campaign Against a "Big Navy,” 1925-1939

            Correspondence re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1927 (Jan.-Feb., Dec.) [includes

                        a few items with later dates]

            Correspondence re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1928 - 1929 (March) [2 folders]

            Press releases developed & sent re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1927-1928

            Press releases developed & sent re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1929

            Efforts by local committees, 1928-1929

            Efforts re: Cruiser Conference & Dinner (Jan. 8, 1929) [newsclippings at end of

                        folder not filmed]

            Background reading re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s: "Navies of the World:

                        Comparative Statistical Data,” 1932

            Misc. material [includes several letters]

            Misc. material (cont.) [newsclippings not filmed]

            Misc. material (cont.) [includes correspondence] [original folder title:

                        "Incidental papers found among the ‘Big Navy' material which hint at

                        the methods of work & show how the wheels go around”]

 

Box 368 [mf reel 41:308]

Campaigns

Campaign Against a "Big Navy,” 1925-1939

            Form letters sent re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1927 (Dec.) – 1929 (March)

            Correspondence re: re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1928 (Jan.-Feb.)

            Correspondence re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1928 (Feb. cont.)

            Correspondence re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1928 (Feb. cont.)

            Correspondence re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1928 (Feb. cont.): replies from

Members of Congress

            Correspondence re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1928 (March-April)

            Correspondence re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1928: letters of Laura Puffer

                        Morgan with Florida contacts re: Appropriations Bill for 71 cruisers

            Material developed & sent by NCPW re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s [posters

removed to Poster Collection; issues of "News Bulletin” removed to

Periodical Collection; newsclippings at end of folder not filmed]

            "Congressional Digest” re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1929 (Jan.) [includes

                        article by FJL]

 

Box 369 [mf reel 41:309]

Campaigns

Campaign Against a "Big Navy,” 1925-1939

            Statistics re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1929

            Public comment in editorials & newsclippings re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s,

                        1927-1929 [most newsclippings not filmed]

            Public comment re: President Coolidge & U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1928

                        [newsclippings not filmed]

            Public comment re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s: cartoons from newspapers,

                        1928-1929

            Efforts of NCPW & others in opposition to U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s: misc.

                        mailings sent, etc., 1927-1928

            Speeches made in [by?] Congress re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1928-1929

            Misc. material [includes attacks on FJL for his stance & "fallacious propaganda”;

                        most newsclippings not filmed]

            Misc. material

 

Box 370 [mf reel 41:310]

Campaigns

Campaign Against a "Big Navy,” 1925-1939

            Correspondence re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1929 (Jan.-March)

            Correspondence re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s, 1925-1941 [1928-1929 letters have

                        to do with Citizens' Conference on the Cruiser Bill] [2 folders]

            Hearings re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s

            Memorials, petitions & resolutions re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s

            Material from other organizations re: U.S. Navy fleet cruiser/s [some distributed

                        by NCPW]

            Efforts to abolish battleships, 1930: NCPW lists, etc.

            Efforts to abolish battleships, etc., 1930: correspondence; form letters sent;

                        material distributed; etc.

            Material produced by NCPW; background reading

            NCPW stance on defense issues

            Background reading: newsclippings [formerly part of previous folder;

newsclippings not filmed]

 

Box 371 [mf reel 41:311]

Campaigns

Campaign Against a "Big Navy,” 1925-1939

            London Naval Conference, 1930: "Abolish the Battleship”

            London Naval Conference, 1929-1930: preparatory period - events & comments

            London Naval Conference, 1930: conference period Jan.-April - form letters;

                        releases; etc. [NCPW posters removed to Poster Collection]

            London Naval Conference, 1930: "News Bulletin,” 1929 (Aug.) - 1930 (Dec.)

                        [removed to Periodical Collection]

            London Naval Conference, 1930: conference period Jan.-April - speeches;

                        newsclippings; etc. [newsclippings not filmed]

            London Naval Conference, 1930: form letters sent; literature; newsclippings

                        [NCPW posters removed to Poster Collection; NCPW oversized items

                        removed to Oversized Items Collection; newsclippings not filmed]

            London Naval Conference, 1930: non-NCPW publications, 1929-1930

            London Naval Conference, 1930: period after the conference - ratification of

London Treaty [includes correspondence]

            London Naval Conference, 1931: misc. material

 

Box 372 [mf reel 41:312]

Campaigns

Campaign Against a "Big Navy,” 1925-1939

            London Naval Conference, 1930 (cont.)

                        Correspondence (primarily of Laura Puffer Morgan) [see also regular

                                    correspondence files]

                        Media coverage by "New York Times” & "New York World”

[newsclippings not filmed; "News & Editorial Comment Which

the U.S. Was Day by Day Being Fed” used by FJL in his book]

                        Coverage in British publications [most newsclippings not filmed]

                        Media coverage by "Washington Post” [newsclippings not filmed]

                        Media coverage by "New York Times Herald-Tribune” [newsclippings

not filmed]

                        Media coverage by various papers & journals (including religious) [not

                                    filmed]

                        Material by/from other organizations: petitions & resolutions, etc.

                                    [includes rough drafts of statement (letter to the President) from

                                    peace organizations, partially drafted by NCPW]

                        Petitions

                        Material produced/sent by NCPW Branch offices [newsclippings at end

                                    of folder not filmed]

                        Articles & newsclippings [includes small amount of primary material as

                                    well as reports on groups, including women, who urged

                                    disarmament; newsclippings not filmed]

                        Media coverage etc. of conference's aftermath [newsclippings not filmed]

 

Box 373 [mf reel 41:313]

Campaigns

Campaign Against a "Big Navy,” 1925-1939

            Efforts of peace groups to defeat "Big Navy” bill (Vinson-Trammell Bill), 1934

                        [includes correspondence & petition]

            Press releases & other material sent re: "Big Navy” bill, 1934

            Form letters, press releases & other material re: "Big Navy” bill, etc., 1934-1936

                        [2 folders]

            Background reading re: "Big Navy” bill, 1934: articles & newsclippings

                        [includes several NCPW items; newsclippings not filmed]

            Testimony of FJL & of Jeannette Rankin before Naval Affairs Committee,

                        Feb. 7, 1939

            Efforts against naval expansion program, 1934-1940 [includes testimony of FJL,

                        Jeannette Rankin & others; newsclippings at end of folder/s not filmed]

                        [2 folders]

 

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[files here-on reorganized & refoldered in March 2004 – July 2005]

 

Series F: Subject & Special Project Files – Campaigns (cont.)

 

Box 374
Campaigns

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934

Plans & statements re: campaign, 1931-1932 [1934]

Speeches, testimony & reports of FJL

Form letters sent, 1931-1933

Material sent, etc., 1932-1934

Press releases produced, 1931-1934

Composite report "Resolutions in Support of International Reduction of

Armaments”

Resolutions, 1931-1932 [includes those from other groups/organizations]

 

Box 375

Campaigns

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934

Resolutions, 1933-1934 [includes those from other groups/organizations.]

Pamphlets & leaflets produced [printed or mimeographed], 1926-1934

Misc. material produced [printed & mimeographed], 1931-1934

Re-runs of mimeographed material, April-Sept. 1932 ["kept to show the

continued & wide distribution of material”]


Box 376
Campaigns

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934

Posters & exhibits [includes local group efforts]

Posters & exhibits, etc.

"World Disarmament Notes” & "International Disarmament Notes”

Press releases re: "World [or International] Disarmament Notes” articles,

1931-1932

Preparation of information for "Disarmament Review”

Study courses & bibliographies

Petitions created & gathered, 1931-1934

Articles re: disarmament collected [includes correspondence]

 

Box 377

Campaigns

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934

Local committees & workers

Local committees & workers: publicity for & media coverage of activities

"World Tomorrow” peace meetings, 1931

Meetings/conferences

Youth work: Mass Meeting, Washington (DC), April 10, 1932

Youth Campaign "To Chicago,” 1932: general information; reports; misc.

Youth Campaign "To Chicago,” 1932: preparations; kit handed out

Youth Campaign "To Chicago,” 1932: form letters

Youth Campaign "To Chicago,” 1932: press releases; "Bulletin”

Youth Campaign "To Chicago,” 1932: correspondence between staff members

Youth Campaign "To Chicago,” 1932:  correspondence (general), Feb.-April

 

Box 378

Campaigns

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934

Youth Campaign "To Chicago,” 1932: correspondence (general), May 1 - July 12

Youth Campaign "To Chicago,” 1932:  media coverage [includes coverage of

            peace march led by Jane Addams during Democratic National

Convention]

Correspondence (general), 1930-1934

Correspondence (foreign), 1931-1934

Correspondence of Jeannette Rankin & staff members, 1931-1932

Correspondence / telegrams re: college/university efforts for disarmament, 1931-

1932

Correspondence re: country-wide activities re: disarmament, 1931 [typed

excerpts]

 

Box 379

Campaigns

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934

Correspondence re: country-wide activities re: disarmament, 1931 [typed

excerpts] (cont.)

Correspondence re: use of cartoons in newsletter "International Disarmament

Notes”

Memorandum (lists) re: clipping service with Malcolm Davis & Benjamin Gerig,

1933-1934

Correspondence of Seymour Waldman [editor of "International Disarmament

Notes”], 1931 (July-Oct.)

Correspondence of Seymour Waldman [editor of "International Disarmament

Notes”], 1931 (Nov.-Dec.)

Correspondence of Seymour Waldman [editor of "International Disarmament

Notes”], 1932 (Jan.-May)

Correspondence of Seymour Waldman [editor of "International Disarmament

Notes”], 1932 (July) – 1933 (April) [5 letters]

            Requests for material [in alpha order, by state; typed copies of letters for

compilation?]

 

Box 380

Campaigns

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934

International Consultative Group (Geneva, Switzerland), 1933-1934

Interorganization Council on Disarmament, 1931 (March-May)

Interorganization Council on Disarmament, 1931 (June) – 1932 (June)

National Peace Council

Preparatory Disarmament Commission

Study Conference on Disarmament

Washington Committee on Disarmament Campaign [includes Mass Meeting,

Oct. 1], 1933

World Disarmament Conference of Peace Organizations (Paris, France),

1931 (Nov.)

Work re: armaments truce, 1931-1932

 

Box 381

Campaigns

Munitions Campaign

Correspondence [see also General Correspondence files]

Material produced [mimeographed]: flyers & pamphlets/booklets

Material produced [mimeographed & printed]: mailings

Press releases sent

Sponsorship of enactments of "This Munitions Business..,” 1934-1935

Sponsorship of enactments of "This Munitions Business...” (cont.)

Material used by FJL to write To End War

Publicity etc. re: Death and Profits by Seymour Waldman [editor]

Misc. working material

Leaflets, flyers, pamphlets produced [mimeographed & printed]

Programmatic efforts. 1935; issue papers produced for distribution; testimony &

speeches given; etc.

 

Box 382

Campaigns

Neutrality Campaign, 1935-1939

Membership in National Peace Council, 1935 [rejected the NPC's 1935 report]

Correspondence, 1935

Form letters sent, 1935

Press releases sent, 1935

Media coverage of NCPW

Programmatic efforts, 1936; issue papers produced for distribution; testimony &

speeches given; etc.

Correspondence, 1936

Correspondence of constituents to/from government officials, 1936-1938

Form letters sent, 1936

Press releases sent, 1936

Programmatic efforts, 1937; issue papers produced for distribution; testimony &

speeches given; etc.

Programmatic efforts, etc., 1937 (cont.)

Efforts to end boycott of Japan, 1937

Correspondence, 1937 (Jan.-March) [none for April-June]

 

Box 383

Campaigns

Neutrality Campaign, 1935-1939

Correspondence, 1937 (July-Aug.)

Correspondence, 1937 (Sept.)

Correspondence, 1937 (Oct.-Dec.)

Speeches, radio addresses & testimony given, 1937; articles of staff members

published, 1937

Speeches & radio addresses of congresspersons & others collected & distributed,

1937

Editorials from U.S. newspapers reprinted by for distribution, 1937

Booklet produced "Facts and Comments on the Neutrality Law,” 1937 [for in-

house use only?]

Form letters sent, 1937

Press releases sent. 1937 (Jan.-Aug.)

 

Box 384

Campaigns

Neutrality Campaign, 1935-1939

Press releases sent, 1937 (Sept.-Dec.)

Media coverage of NCPW, 1937

Writings (mss.) of Jessie McKnight?, 1937-1939 [folder of Jessie McKnight]

Programmatic efforts, 1938; issue papers produced for distribution; testimony &

speeches given; etc.

Correspondence, 1938

Form letters sent, 1938

Press releases sent, 1938

Media coverage of NCPW. 1938

Programmatic efforts, 1939; issue papers produced for distribution; testimony &

speeches given; etc.

Correspondence, 1939

Sponsorship of Atlantic City Conference on Neutrality, April 10-12, 1939

 

Box 385

Campaigns

Neutrality Campaign, 1935-1939

Compilation of extracts from U.S. Senate debate re: neutrality, 1939 (Sept.-Oct.)

Form letters sent, 1939

Press releases sent, 1939

Media coverage of NCPW, 1939

Financial records, 1939-1940

Programmatic efforts, 1940-1941; issue papers produced for distribution;

testimony & speeches given; etc.

Correspondence, 1940, n.d.

Form letters sent, 1940-1941, n.d.

Press releases sent, 1940-1941, n.d.

Media coverage of NCPW, 1940-1941

Undated material, [1930s]

Undated media coverage, ca. 1935-1940

 

Box 386

Campaigns

Keep America Out of War Campaign

Efforts, 1937-1938

Rally, New York

Efforts re: 1st KAOW Campaign, Washington (DC), 1938

National Anti-War Congress, Washington (DC), May 28-30, 1938: proceedings

National Anti-War Congress, Washington (DC), May 28-30, 1938: media

coverage

Efforts, 1939

Sponsorship of Anti-War Mobilization / Mass Meeting, Belasco Theater,

Washington (DC), Sept. 29, 1939

Correspondence (general & with Congress), 1939

Efforts re: Peace Now, 1939-1940

Efforts, 1940 [2 folders]

Literature distributed

 

Box 387

Campaigns

Keep America Out of War Campaign

Efforts re: Emergency Peace Conference, 1940

Efforts during/before Republican Convention: general

Efforts during/before Republican Convention: correspondence

Efforts during/before Republican Convention: media coverage / publicity (press

releases)

Efforts during/before Republican Convention: peace planks; resolutions; lobbying

            suggestions

Efforts during/before Republican Convention: People's Anti-War Mobilization /

Rally (June 7)

Efforts during/before Republican Convention: statements & speeches made

Opinion poll of prospective neglected officials re: their stance on neutrality [2

folders]

Anti-War Mobilization / Mass Meeting, June 7, 1940: planning; mailings; etc.

Anti-War Mobilization / Mass Meeting, June 7, 1940: correspondence/

 

Box 388

Campaigns

Keep America Out of War Campaign

Anti-War Mobilization / Mass Meeting, June 7, 1940: financial records

Anti-War Mobilization / Mass Meeting, June 7, 1940: speeches made; reports of

events

Anti-War Mobilization / Mass Meeting, June 7, 1940: publicity / press releases

Anti-War Mobilization / Mass Meeting, June 7, 1940:  media coverage

Media coverage of JFL speeches re: American entry into war, etc., 1940-1941

Efforts, 1941

Efforts re: sign-on letter to President Roosevelt against going to war, 1941

(March)

Efforts re: Congressional resolution for referendum on war, 1941 (March)

2nd Anti-War Congress, Washington (DC), May 30 – June 1, 1941: planning &

program

2nd Anti-War Congress, Washington (DC), May 30 – June 1, 1941: form letters;

mailings; flyers; announcements

2nd Anti-War Congress, Washington (DC), May 30 – June 1, 1941: resolutions

passed

2nd Anti-War Congress, Washington (DC), May 30 – June 1, 1941: press releases

            / publicity

2nd Anti-War Congress, Washington (DC), May 30 – June 1, 1941: reports

2nd Anti-War Congress, Washington (DC), May 30 – June 1, 1941: media

coverage

2nd Anti-War Congress, Washington (DC), May 30 – June 1, 1941: follow-up

after Congress

Lobbying against H.R. 1776, 1941

Efforts, n.d.

Quotes of others used, n.d.

 

Box 389

Campaigns

War Referendum Campaign

Correspondence (general)

Correspondence with Congress, 1937-1939 [includes constituent letters to/from

Congress]

Florence Brewer Boeckel: correspondence with W. F. Bigelow, 1929-1938

Frank Gannett: correspondence with Congress, 1937 (July) [2 folders]

Form letters sent, 1937-1939

Planning; work efforts; notes

Speeches & statements by individuals

Literature distributed

 

Box 390

Campaigns

War Referendum Campaign

Statements, resolutions & editorials reproduced for distribution

Petitions [1 has signatures], 1937-1939

Press releases sent, 1935-1937

Press releases sent, 1938-1940

Packet given out (?), 1933 (Dec.)

Media coverage

National Committee for the War Referendum (Stephen Raushenbush, Acting

Secretary):

General

Biographical information re: Raushenbush, 1937-1938 [photograph

removed to Photograph Collection]

Testimony & statements of Raushenbush & others

Correspondence (general) of Raushenbush, 1937-1938 [especially re:

Ludlow referendum]

Correspondence (arranged by state: Alabama - California) of

Raushenbush, 1937-1938

Correspondence (arranged by state: D.C.) of Raushenbush, 1937-1938

Correspondence (arranged by state: Delaware - Illinois) of Raushenbush,

1937-1938

Correspondence (arranged by state: Indiana - Minnesota) of Raushenbush,

1937-1938

Correspondence (arranged by state: Mississippi - New Jersey) of

Raushenbush, 1937-1938

 

Box 391 (1/2 box)

Campaigns

War Referendum Campaign

National Committee for the War Referendum (Stephen Raushenbush, Acting Secretary):

Correspondence (arranged by state: New Mexico - New York) of Raushenbush,

            1937-1938

Correspondence (arranged by state: North Carolina - Oregon) of Raushenbush,

            1937-1938

Correspondence (arranged by state: Pennsylvania - Texas) of Raushenbush, 1937-

            1938

Correspondence (arranged by state: Utah-Wyoming) of Raushenbush, 1937-1938

 

Box 392

Campaigns

Campaign Against Lend-Lease Program (re: armed ships / use of convoys)

Programmatic efforts; general

Correspondence, 1940-1941

Form letters/mailings sent

Articles/statements

Documents developed (and/or used in mailings)

Testimony of FJL before House Naval Affairs Committee, 1940 (Feb.)

Testimony of FJL before Senate Committee re: construction of certain naval

vessels, 1940 (April)

Testimony of FJL before House Foreign Affairs Committee, 1940 (Oct.)

Efforts opposing Vinson Naval Expansion Bill, 1940

Sponsorship of Washington Mobilization, Feb. 21, 1941

Press releases sent; publicity for event

Media coverage

 

Box 393

Campaigns

Campaign Against Conscription

Efforts re: UMT/peacetime conscription, 1920s

Efforts to have UMT cancellation stamp discontinued, 1924-1930

Correspondence of Laura Puffer Morgan (Associate Secretary)

NCPW efforts, 1925-1938

Efforts re: draft plans of the American Legion, 1926-1937

Efforts re: peacetime conscription, 1930s

Efforts re: peacetime conscription, 1940s

Silver Star Mothers of America, 1940

C.O.s & the draft, 1940-1943

Co-sponsorship of No-Conscription Rally, Raleigh Hotel, Washington (DC),

Aug. 1, 1940

Efforts re: Burke-Wadsworth Conscription Bill, 1940

Correspondence re: Burke-Wadsworth Conscription Bill

Hearings: re: Burke-Wadsworth Conscription Bill, 1940s [includes FJL

testimony]

Efforts re: draft bill: media coverage, 1940

 

Box 394

Campaigns

Campaign Against Conscription

Efforts, 1941 [includes opposition to extending terms of draft service]

FJL's Testimony before Senate Military Affairs Committee re: extension of terms

of draft service, July 22, 1941

Efforts against Total Mobilization [of nation] Bill, 1942

Efforts against conscription of women, 1942

Committee on Drafting Youth;

Efforts, 1942 ( Sept.-Nov.)

Letter sent to "New York Times,” signed by psychiatrists, 1942 (Sept.-

Oct.)

Letter sent to "New York Times,” 1942

Radio address by FJL "How Can We Best Use Our Conscripted Youth?,”

Oct. 25, 1942

Correspondence, 1942 (Sept.-Nov.)

Correspondence from Congress, 1942 (Oct.) [addressed to Dr. George

Stevenson, National Committee for Mental Hygiene]

Correspondence with Dr. George Stevenson (Chair), 1942

Correspondence of Dr. George Stevenson (Chair), 1942 (Sept.)

Correspondence of Dr. George Stevenson (Chair), 1942 (Oct.)

Correspondence with Lenore G. Marshall, 1942

FJL memo to Republicans in Congress re: U.S. foreign policy, 1943 (Aug.-Sept.)

            [includes responses]

Article by FJL "The C.O. in World War II ...The Present Draft Law Has a Past,”

1943

Efforts against the National War Service Act (Austin-Wadsworth Bill), 1943

[includes Slaves To Too Big An Army campaign]

Efforts against the National War Service Act (Austin-Wadsworth Bill):

correspondence re: SlavesTo Too Big An Army campaign

 

Box 395

Campaigns

Campaign Against Conscription

Efforts against National War Service Act., 1943: correspondence re: Slaves To

Too Big An Army campaign (cont.) [mostly from pastors]

Form letters sent re: peace, conscription & the Atlantic Charter, 1944 [includes

replies]

Efforts against Army's use of Russian threat to promote conscription, 1945

Efforts re: proposed National Security Act, 1947 [includes FJL's testimony before

Senate Committee on Armed Services, May 8, 1947]

Sponsorship of "How to Turn Towards Peace” Conference, Washington (DC),

            Dec. 12-14, 1947

One-minute cards to Congress, 1948 [25 in series]

Testimony of FJL to Congress re: Selective Service, peace with Russia, etc., 1948

Testimony/Statements of FJL to Congress, 1949

Efforts re: UMT/peacetime conscription, 1950s

Involvement with Conference on the Church and War, Detroit (MI) May 8-11,

1950

Testimony of FJL to Congress re: Selective Service Act Extension, 1950 [includes

            correspondence; testimony of others]

Efforts against draft of 18 year olds: letter to Senators & responses, etc., 1951

Testimony of FJL to Congress re: UMT, 1951 [includes correspondence]

Testimony of FJL to Congress re: UMT, 1952 [includes correspondence]

Testimony/Statements of FJL & James Finucane to Congress re: Mutual Security

            Program, 1952-1954

Efforts re: UMT/peacetime conscription, n.d.

 

Box 396

Campaigns

Campaign Against Repeal of the Arms Embargo

Efforts, 1938-1939

Letters to/from Congress

Correspondence against stance 1939 (Sept.-Dec.)

Correspondence against stance, 1940-1941

Rural Campaign

Appeal to churches re: Peacemakers Sunday (Oct. 22, 1939): general

Appeal to churches re: Peacemakers Sunday (Oct. 22, 1939): correspondence

Appeal to churches re: Peacemakers Sunday (Oct. 22, 1939): media coverage

Appeal to churches re: Peacemakers Sunday (Oct. 22, 1939): form letters &

mailings sent

Efforts, 1939 (Sept.-Nov.)

Documents created & sent

Documents created & sent: Speakers Notes

Non-NCPW material used in mailings

Publicity (press releases)

Media coverage

Financial records

 

Box 397

Campaigns

Campaign to Free Germans Accused of War Crimes, 1948-1959

Efforts re: Germany: general

Efforts re: war crimes, 1948

Correspondence, 1948

Efforts, 1949 [includes testimony of FJL re: Malmedy case]

Efforts, 1949: record of hearing on "Malmedy massacre investigation” case

[includes testimony of James Finucane]

War crime trials in Italy & Norway: correspondence, etc., 1949

Correspondence, 1949 (Jan.-May)

Correspondence, 1949 (June-Dec.)

Efforts, 1950

Correspondence, 1950

Efforts, 1951

Efforts re: NCPW petition with 610,000 signatures [from Princess von Isenburg]

            re: clemency for Landsberg Seven, 1951

Correspondence, 1951

 

Box 398

Campaigns

Campaign to Free Germans Accused of War Crimes, 1948-1959

Efforts, 1952

Efforts, 1953

Correspondence, 1955

Correspondence, 1956-1959

Correspondence, n.d.

Correspondence with Dr. Rudolph Aschenauer, 1949

Correspondence with Dr. Rudolph Aschenauer, 1950-1951

Correspondence with Col. Willis M. Everett [includes petition to Supreme Court]

Correspondence with Dr. Georg Froeschmann & Joseph Mayer re: distribution of

Froeschmann's pamphlet re: trials of war criminals; 1949

Correspondence with Warren E. Magee (lawyer), 1950-1951

Correspondence with Dr. Heinrich Malz, 1949-1951

Correspondence with/by Bishop Neuhaeusler [& material by, submitted to Senate

Armed Services Committee; & transactions alone], 1948-1951

Correspondence with Judge van Roden, 1948-1951, & about his article in "The

                        Progressive,” 1949

Correspondence with members of Congress & Congressional committees,

1948 (Dec.) - 1949

Media coverage of positions/efforts re: release of war criminals, etc.

 

Box 399

Campaigns

Campaign to Free Germans Accused of War Crimes, 1948-1959

Cases: misc.

Case of Dr. Ernst Burger

Case of Sepp Dietrich

Case of Bernhard Fernikorn

Case of Ludwig Fermenich

Case of Wilfred Helm

Case of Wilhelm Hoehler

Case of Waldemar Klingelhoeffer

Case of Joseph Latzel

Case of Joachim Peiper

Case of the Prince of Waldeck

Case of Dr. Fridolin Puhr

Case of Karl von Roques

Case of Hans von Salmuth

Case of Dr. Martin Sandberger

Case of Willi Schaefer

Case of Sebastian Schmid

Case of Hans H. Th. Schmidt

Case of Dr. Walter Eugen Schmidt

Case of Heinz Schubert

Case of Baron Ernst von Weizsaeker

Case of Albert Zeiträg

Case of Franz Zinecker

 

Box 400

Campaigns

Campaign to End Dismantling of German Factories

Efforts, 1947-1948

Efforts, 1949-1950

Conference Against Dismantling (arr. by O.K. Armstrong), 1949 (Nov.)

Correspondence (general), 1948

Correspondence (general), 1949

Correspondence (general), 1950-1952 [includes decartelization of central coal-

selling agency]

Correspondence with Mr. K.P. Harten [includes reports, etc.]

Correspondence with Dr. Paul Rheinländer

Correspondence re: misc. factories/plants

Achenbache Söhne

Bergische Stahl Industrie

Bochumer Verein für Gusstahifabrikation A.G. [Bochum Steel Plant]

Chemische Fabrik Holten

Deutsche Spiralbohrer & Werkzeugfabriken

Fischer - Tropsche plants

Gelsenberg Benzin

H. D. Eichelberg and Co.

Konig & Co.

Renn-Plant (Krupp-Renn)

Ruhrchemie A.G,

Theodor Tilemann Kom-Ges.

Westfälische Drahtindustrie

 

Box 401

Campaigns

Involvement with Committee for the Return of Confiscated Japanese & German Property

Board membership lists; constitution & by-laws; purpose

Meeting minutes

Annual Meetings

Financial records

Efforts, 1954

Efforts, 1955

Efforts, 1956-1961, n.d.

Correspondence, 1941, 1950

Correspondence, 1954-1961

 

Box 402a

Campaigns

Efforts re: Various Issues [includes correspondence]

Misc. efforts, 1920s

Recognition of & relations with USSR, 1922-1950

ROTC & military training in schools, 1926-1934 [includes correspondence]

Charles Lindbergh, 1927-1941

Naturalization & citizenship, 1928-1938 [includes citizenship cases]

War Policies Commission, 1929-1931

Collins Bill & military budget, 1929-1939

Misc. efforts, 1930s

Grundy-Shell universal draft resolution, 1930 (April)

Peace gardens, ca. 1930-1936

Army air show, 1931

Arms embargo, 1931-1934

Japanese Exclusion Act & economic boycott, 1932-1934

Economic boycotts & sanctions, 1932-1943

Establishment of the Department of National Defense, 1932-1936

Campaign against $22,000,000 for CMT camps, 1933

N.R.A. drive for economic recovery, 1933

Philippine independence, 1933

National defense, 1933-1937

 

Box 402b

Campaigns

Efforts re: Various Issues [includes correspondence]

Protest against use of PWA funds for the Navy, 1934 [includes lists of people

who signed on]

Harlan Pew's beliefs that the world press could stop war, 1935

Italian-Ethiopian crisis, 1935

Military disaffection / gag bills, 1935-1936

Reciprocal trade agreements, 1935-1937

U.S. government grants for relief vs. armaments, 1935-1937

Disarmament, 1936-1938, 1950-1954

Hill-Sheppard bills / "Industrial Mobilization Plan,” 1937-1938

Bombing by Great Britain of India's northwestern frontier (& sale by U.S. of

bomber planes to Great Britain), 1938 [see also Campaign Against Lend-

Lease Program]

Mexican appropriation of land, 1938

President's rearmament program, 1938-1939

Acceptance by U.S. of 20,000 German refugee children, 1939

Formation of private military forces in the U.S., 1939

Fortification of Guam, 1939

Misc. efforts, 1940s

U.S. war loan to Finland, 1940

Negotiated peace / peace aims, 1942

Campaign re: foreign policy & collective security, 1943

Repeal of the Oriental Exclusion Act, 1943

Moscow Pact (declaration re: Italy), 1943 (Dec.)

Negotiated peace (with Peace Strategy Board & Campaign for Peace Now), 1943

 

Box 402c

Campaigns

Efforts re: Various Issues [includes correspondence]

Negotiated peace, 1944-1948

Dumbarton Oaks Conference, 1944-1945

Senate resolutions on Peace Aims, 1944 (Dec.) - 1945 (Jan.)

Inter-American Conference, Mexico City (Mexico), 1945 (Feb.): letter to

delegates & responses

San Francisco Charter (U.N. Charter), 1945 [includes FJL statement before Senate Foreign Relations Committee, July 11th]

Establishment of peace terms with Japan, 1945

Displaced persons: NCPW pamphlet "Mass Deportations: A Bitter Tragedy” by

            Dr. Alexander Boeker, 1946-1947

World government, 1946-1948

Truman Doctrine (& U.S. aid to Greece & Turkey), 1947

Latin American ambassadors in Washington (DC) re: participation in Marshall

Plan & not arming the Americas, 1947 (July) [includes replies to FJL's

testimony before House Committee on Foreign Affairs, July 2, 1947]

Arming the Americas, 1947 [includes replies to FJL's testimony before House

Committee on Foreign Affairs, July 2, 1947]

Freedom for Japanese war criminals, 1948-1956

Vatican's policy on disarmament, 1949

Foreign military assistance to Europe: testimony by FJL before House & Senate,

1949

Research project on world law & order [see also reference file on Prof. Hornell

Hart], 1949

North Atlantic Treaty, 1949: correspondence with Senators

 

Box 402d

Campaigns

Efforts re: Various Issues [includes correspondence]

North Atlantic Treaty, 1949: correspondence with Senators (cont.)

North Atlantic Treaty, 1949 [includes FJL's statement before Senate Foreign

Relations Committee]

Use of counterpart funds for education of European Youth (proposed amendment

to Marshall Plan), 1949-1950

Feeding the starving of Europe, 1940s [includes correspondence with Howard

Kershner]

Germany, 1940s

Misc. efforts, 1950-1951

Plebiscite on German rearmament, 1950

Mutual Assistance Program, 1950 [includes FJL's statement before House

Committee on Foreign Relations]

Making of Hydrogen Bomb (H-Bomb), 1950

Displaced persons (from Germany, etc.), 1950-1952

Displaced persons: testimony of James Finucane at Senate hearing on S.1917,

1953

Germany, 1950s

Educating children & youth for peace after WWII

Misc. efforts, n.d.

Germany, n.d.

 

 

Series G: Involvement With Other Organizations

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Box 403

American Organizations/Groups

Local peace groups: correspondence, etc.

Misc. U.S. national peace organizations.

Commission on World Peace of the United Methodist Church, 1940

Commission on World Peace of the United Methodist Church, 1941

Commission on World Peace of the United Methodist Church, 1942-1948

Consultative Peace Council, 1955-1958

Democracy Unlimited

 

Box 404

American Organizations/Groups

Emergency Peace Campaign:

General, 1936-1940

Misc. correspondence

Correspondence with Harold Chance (Director, Youth Section), 1936-1937

Correspondence with Betty B. Ellis, 1936

Correspondence with Wray B. Hoffman, 1936-1937

Correspondence with J.F. Kavanaugh (Assistant Secretary, Speakers Bureau),

1936-1937

Correspondence with Miriam Levering, 1937

Correspondence with Fred Atkins Moore, 1936-1937

Correspondence with James Mullin (Assistant to the Director), 1936-1937

Correspondence with Ray Newton (Director) & Babette Newton, 1936-1937

Correspondence with E.A. School (Assistant to the Director), 1936-1937

Correspondence with Louise Stinetorf (Secretary, Publicity Department),

1936-1937

Foundation for Foreign Affair

By-laws; reports to Board, etc.

Financial records; fundraising

Correspondence 1945-1948

Correspondence 1949-1950

 

Box 405

American Organizations/Groups

Keep America Out of War Congress:

By-laws; purpose

Efforts, 1938

Efforts, 1939-1941 n.d.

Correspondence with Sidney Hertzberg, 1939-1940

Correspondence (general), 1938 - 1939 (June)

Correspondence (general), 1939 (July-Dec.)

Correspondence (general), 1940 (Jan.-June)

Correspondence (general), 1940 (July-Dec.)

 

Box 406

American Organizations/Groups

Keep America Out of War Congress:

Correspondence (general), 1941

Chicago Committee

New York Committee

Washington (DC) Committee

Misc. local committees

Affiliated & cooperating agencies

Media coverage

 

Box 407

American Organizations/Groups

Methodist boards/agencies

National Council Against Conscription, 1944-1946

National Council Against Conscription, 1947-1949

National Council Against Conscription, 1950-1954

National Council Against Conscription: financial arrangements with, 1940s-1950s

Peace Heroes Memorial Society: correspondence, etc., 1936-1942

Peace Heroes Memorial Service, 1935

Peace Heroes Memorial Service, 1936

Peace Heroes Memorial Service, 1937-1940

 

Box 408

American Organizations/Groups

National Peace Conference

Steering Committee & "regular” meetings, 1935-1937

Steering Committee & "regular” meetings, 1938-1939

Efforts, 1935-1937 [& 1 item from 1933]

Efforts, 1938

Efforts, 1939

Correspondence, 1933-1938

Correspondence, 1939

 

Box 409 (1/2 box)

American Organizations/Groups

National Peace Conference

Steering Committee & other meetings, 1940-1947

Efforts, 1940-1948

Correspondence, 1940-1946

Efforts, n.d.

 

Box 410

American Organizations/Groups

National Peace Conference

Literature Committee & World Affairs Books

Washington Subcommittee on Strategy

Efforts re: attacks

Efforts re: disarmament

Efforts re: Far East

Field Committee, 1938-1943

Efforts re: military training, 1936-1937, 1944-1945

Efforts re: national defense policy

Efforts re: peace planks for party platforms

Efforts re: peaceful change / alternatives to war

Efforts re: UN Charter, 1945

Commission on World Community, 1939-1944

Efforts re: world economic cooperation, 1935-1937

Efforts re: world economic cooperation, 1938-1940

Efforts re: world government day

 

Box 411

American Organizations/Groups

Society for the Prevention of World War III: correspondence

Washington Council on International Relations

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)

World Fellowship Inc.

World Peace Foundation

YMCA/YWCA

Foreign Organizations/Groups

Misc. foreign peace groups, 1920s-1940s

Australian Peace Alliance; Australian Peace Society

Bureau International de la Paix (Geneva, Switzerland), 1950s

Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft (Germany), 1922-1932

National Peace Council (Great Britain), 1921-1924

National Council for Prevention of War (Great Britain) [formerly National Peace

Council], 1925-1935

 

Box 412 (1/2 box)

Foreign Organizations/Groups

National Peace Council (Great Britain), 1936-1939

National Peace Council (Great Britain), 1940-1952

National Peace Council of New Zealand, 1923-1925

No More War Movement (Great Britain)

Religiöse Gesellschaft der Freunde [Quakers] (Germany), 1924-1932

South African Peace Society

 

 

Series H: Attacks on (Red-Baiting of) the NCPW, Frederick J. Libby, & Other Pacifists

[return to Table of Contents]

 

Box 413

Exposé of red-baiting in book Professional Patriots, 1926

Exposé of red-baiting in booklet "The Blue Menace,” 1928

Exposé of red-baiting in booklet "The Red Brand” by Vance Armentrout, 1929

Attacks on NCPW/FJL: letters & articles of support for NCPW & FJL

Attacks on NCPW/FJL & other pacifists: calls for investigation/s of peace lobbies,

1924-1929

Attacks on NCPW/FJL re: franking privilege: accusation of abuse by (completely

exonerated), 1928

Attacks on NCPW/FJL re: franking privilege: depositions against abuse by Frank

McClintic, 1928

Attacks on NCPW/FJL re: franking privilege: uncovering abuse by Reserve Officers

Association, 1926-1928

Attacks on NCPW & on Pacific Coast Headquarters, 1928 [includes correspondence]

Attacks on NCPW & on Eleanor Brannan, 1929

Attacks on NCPW/ FJL & on women's organizations, 1920s

Attacks on NCPW/FJL & on youth movement, 1920s

Attacks on NCPW/FJL re: charges of using income from peace bonds to do away with all

defense, 1935-1937

Attacks on NCPW/FJL re: charges of being Communist, 1930s-1950s [includes

correspondence]

Attacks on NCPW/FJL & other pacifists who attended Pendle Hill Study Conference,

1943

Attacks on NCPW/FJL by various groups/people for stance on a negotiated peace,

1943-1944

 

Box 414

Attacks by the American Defense Society Inc. 1920s

Attacks by the American Federation of Labor, 1923

Attacks by the American Legion, 1920s-1930s [includes correspondence, newsclippings

etc.]

Attacks by the American Legion on NCPW/FJL & on the No More War parade in

Greensboro (NC), 1923

Attacks by the American Legion in attempt to keep FJL from speaking in Wellesley

(MA), 1923-1924

Attacks by the American Legion: correspondence with H.L. Chaillaux, 1936, 1943

Attacks by the American Legion on FJL & on (NCPW affiliate) American Federation of

Teachers, 1927

Attacks by the Better America Federation of California, 1927-1929

Attacks on pacifists by/in "The Boston Herald,” 1923 [includes correspondence with

Lydia G. Wentworth]

Attacks by General Albert Bowley during speech in Columbus (OH), 1924

Attacks by General Albert Bowley, 1924: correspondence

Attacks by General Albert Bowley, 1924: protests by Ohio League of Women Voters

[includes correspondence]

Attacks by General Albert Bowley, 1924: protests by Ohio League of Women Voters

[includes correspondence of Louise Orton Caldwell]

Attacks by Lt. Col. C. Seymour Bullock, 1928

Attacks by Rep. Fred Britten (at Naval Conference, etc.), 1928-1934

Attacks by General Smedley Butler, 1933, 1936

Attacks by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), 1920s-1930s

 

Box 415

Attacks by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Windsor (CT), 1927-1928

Attacks by Mrs. Elizabeth Dilling (in her book The Red Network, etc), 1930s-1940s

Attacks by General Amos Fries, 1920s-1930s

Attacks by Major-General Eli Helmick, 1926-1927

Attacks by John B. Hughes (radio commentator on ABC), 1943-1944

Attacks by the Industrial Defense Association, 1926-1927

Attacks by Melvin M. Johnson Esq., 1925

Attacks by Harry A. Jung (a.k.a. A. G. Knowles) 1920s-1930s

Attacks by George B. Lockwood, 1925-1935

Attacks by Rep. Melvin J. Maas, 1928

Attacks by Fred Marvin, 1920s

Attacks by Fred Marvin: correspondence with/about, 1924-1929

Attacks by Fred Marvin in booklet "Ye Shall Know the Truth” (1st & 2nd ed.), 1926

Attacks by the "Mason City Globe-Gazette” [Iowa] (editor - W. Earl Hall) & visit to

Mason City by FJL, 1928, 1932 [includes correspondence]

Attacks by Lucia Maxwell (librarian of Chemical Warfare Division of the War Department) in Spider Web Chart, 1924-1928

Attacks by Lt. Commander William H. McEwan, 1926-1927

Attacks by Hon. Louis T. McFadden, 1934

Attacks by the Military Order of the World War, 1924-1930.

 

Box 416

Attacks by the National Civic Federation (Ralph Easley), 1922-1929

Attacks by the National Patriotic Council (Mrs. Noble Newport Potts), 1924-1935

Attacks by/in the "National Republic” (Walter Steele), 1920s-1940s

Attacks by the National Security League, 1920s

Attacks by the National Sojourners, 1929-1933

Attacks by the Office of Naval Intelligence, 1935-1936

Attacks by/in the "Philadelphia Record,” 1928

Attacks by the Reserve Officers Association, 1925-1933

Attacks by James P. Roe, 1928-1932

Attacks by Admiral William H. Standley, 1935

Attacks by Herbert W. Stanley in article "Red Pacifism,” 1936

Attacks by the War Department: newsclippings, 1923 (March)

Attacks by the War Department: newsclippings, 1923 (April 1-5)

Attacks by the War Department: newsclippings, 1923 (April 6-7)

Attacks by the War Department: newsclippings, 1923 (April 8-25, n.d.)

 

Box 417

Attacks by U.S. War Department, 1924

Attacks by the "Washington Post” re: FJL's editorial on Soviet Russia, 1931 (April)

Attacks by Frederick W. Wile (Washington Correspondent of Philadelphia "Public

Ledger”), 1921-1930

Attacks by "The Woman Patriot,” 1922-1926

Attacks in Delaware (Wilmington), 1926

Attacks in the District of Colombia: attempts to keep FJL from speaking in schools,

1924 (Jan.-Oct.)

Attacks in the District of Colombia: attempts to keep FJL from speaking in schools,

1924 (Nov.-Dec.)

Attacks in the District of Colombia: attempts to keep FJL from speaking in schools, 1925

Attacks in Indiana, 1926 (March-April)

Attacks in Indiana: by Major Lesley J. McNair (Professor of Military Science & Treaties,

Purdue University), 1926

Attacks in Indiana, 1926 (Oct.) - 1927

Attacks in Maine, 1922-1935

Attacks in Michigan: by "Muskegon Chronicle” re: FJL's stance for a negotiated peace,

1940

Attacks in New Jersey: petition to keep FJL & other pacifists from speaking at Westfield

School, etc., 1927

Attacks in Oregon, 1930s-1942

Attacks in Washington State, 1925-1944

 

Box 418 (1/2 box)

Misc., 1920s

Misc., 1930s

Misc., 1940s

Misc., 1950s

Misc.: notes by Mrs. Eckels

Attacks on youth movement (including the Fellowship of Youth for Peace), 1924-1927

Attacks on J. Nevin Sayre, 1926-1927

Attacks on Lucia Ames Mead by various "patriotic” groups, 1926-1928 [Mead was, in

part, on lecture tour for NCPW]

Attacks by the American Legion on Rachel Davis DuBois, Woodbury (NJ), 1927

Attacks by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) in expelling of Helen Tufts

Bailie, 1928

Attacks by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) in expelling of Mary

Macfarland, 1928

Attacks (general) on women's organizations

 

 

Series I: Literature Department Records

[return to Table of Contents]

 

Box 419

Records of requests for literature, 1929-1931

Records of work done by office staff members, 1926-1927 [letters typed, material sent, etc.]

Records of mailings sent & requests for literature 1925-1928

Records of material mimeographed & of mailings sent, 1932-1935

Records of material mimeographed & of mailings sent, 1936-1937

Records of material mimeographed & of mailings sent, 1937-1943

Records re: special mailings, 1939-1950 [includes correspondence]

Commendations (general), 1926-1954 [includes correspondence]

Commendations re: "News Bulletin,” 1924-1929 [typed excerpts of constituency's letters

& notes]

Commendations re: literature & mailings, 1923-1930 [typed excerpts of constituency's

letters & notes]

Commendations on Goodwill Books, 1925-1929 [typed excerpts of constituency's letters

& notes]

Commendations on Ponsonby book (Falsehood in War Time), 1928 [typed excerpts of

constituency's letters & notes]

Inventories

Letters (8) from constituents, 1926-1945

Production of Christmas & Easter cards, ca. 1921-1924

Production of material re: Universal Post Union, 1927

 

Box 420

Lists produced of peace organizations/groups, 1920s

Lists produced of peace organizations/groups, 1930s

"Between War and Peace” radio broadcasts: rough drafts of transcriptions

Distribution (?) of literature from other organizations

Distribution of remarks/statements/testimony/speeches by Congresspersons, 1930s

Distribution of remarks/statements/testimony/speeches by Congresspersons, 1940s

Distribution of remarks/statements/testimony/speeches by Congresspersons, 1950s

Distribution (57,000+) of "Universal Disarmament Down to Rifles” by Senator Millard

Tydings, 1950s [includes correspondence & orders]


Box 421 (1/2 box)
Distribution (57,000+) of "Universal Disarmament Down to Rifles” by Senator Millard

Tydings, 1950 [includes correspondence & orders] (cont.)

Distribution and/or use of resolutions/statements by other organizations/groups, 1920s

Distribution and/or use of resolutions/statements by other organizations/groups, 1930s

Distribution and/or use of resolutions/statements by other organizations/groups, 1940s

 

Box 422

Brochures re: NCPW history, goals etc.

Literature produced, 1921

Literature produced, 1922

Literature produced, 1923

Literature produced, 1924

Literature produced, 1925

Literature produced, 1926

Literature produced, 1927

Literature produced, 1928

 

Box 423

Literature produced, 1929

Literature produced, 1930

Literature produced, 1931

Literature produced, 1932

Literature produced, 1933

Literature produced, 1934

 

Box 424

Literature produced, 1935

Literature produced, 1936

Literature produced: booklet "The National Council for Prevention of War,” 1936

Literature produced, 1937

Literature produced, 1938

 

Box 425

Literature produced, ca. 1930s

Literature produced, 1939

Literature produced, 1940

Literature produced, 1941

Literature produced, 1942

Literature produced, 1943

 

Box 426

Literature produced, 1944

Literature produced, 1945

Literature produced, 1946

Literature produced, 1947

Literature produced, 1948

Literature produced, 1949

Literature produced, ca. 1940s

Literature produced, 1950-1951

Literature produced, 1952

Literature produced, 1953

Literature produced, 1954, ca. 1950s

Literature produced, n.d.

Literature produced, n.d. (cont.)

 

Box 427

Literature produced, n.d. (cont.)

Literature produced, n.d. (cont.)

Literature re: Kellog Pact/Paris Peace Pact. ca. 1928-1933

Packet re: Atlantic Pact prepared for distribution, ca. 1950s

Press releases sent, 1921 (Oct.-Dec.)

Press releases sent, 1922

Press releases sent, 1923-1925

Press releases sent, 1926-1929

Press releases sent, 1930-1935

 

Box 428

Press releases sent, 1936-1939 [very incomplete set]

Press releases sent, 1940s

Press releases sent, 1950-1954

Press releases sent, n.d.

Form letters sent, 1921 (Oct.-Dec.) [as National Council for Limitation of Armaments]

Form letters sent, 1922 [as National Council for Reduction of Armaments]

Form letters sent, 1923-1926

Form letters sent, 1927-1929

Form letters sent, 1930-1932

Form letters sent, 1933-1934

Form letters sent, 1935

 

Box 429

Form letters sent, 1936

Form letters sent, 1937-1938

Form letters sent, 1939

Form letters sent, 1940

Form letters sent, 1941

Form letters sent, 1942

Form letters sent, 1943

Form letters sent, 1944

Form letters sent, 1945

Form letters sent, 1946

Form letters sent, 1947

Form letters sent, 1948

 

Box 430

Form letters sent, 1949

Form letters sent, 1950

Form letters sent, 1951

Form letters sent, 1952

Form letters sent, 1953

Form letters sent, 1954

Form letters sent, 1955-1975, n.d.

Literature lists, 1920s

Literature lists, 1930s

Literature lists, 1940s

Literature lists, 1950s

 

Box 431

Literature lists, n.d.

Orders for literature: misc., 1925-1947

Orders for literature, 1944 (April-Dec.)

Orders for literature, 1945 (Jan.)

Orders for literature, 1945 (Feb.)

Orders for literature, 1945 (March)

Orders for literature, 1945 (April)

Orders for literature, 1945 (May)

Orders for literature, 1945 (June-July)

 

Box 432

Monthly Bibliography on International Affairs (Mary Phillips Webster), 1923 (Dec.) –

1924 (#1-14)

Monthly Bibliography on International Affairs (Mary Phillips Webster), 1925 (#15-26)

Monthly Bibliography on International Affairs (Mary Phillips Webster), 1926 (#27-38)

Monthly Bibliography on International Affairs (Mary Phillips Webster), 1927 (#39-50)

Monthly Bibliography on International Affairs (Mary Phillips Webster), 1928 (#51-62)

Monthly Bibliography on International Affairs (Mary Phillips Webster), 1929 (#63-74)

 

Box 433 (1/2 box)

Monthly Bibliography on International Affairs (Mary Phillips Webster), 1930 (#75-86)

Monthly Bibliography on International Affairs (Mary Phillips Webster), 1931 –

1932 (Oct.) (#87-107)

 

Box 434

"Bulletin” newsletter: free subscriptions to foreigners, 1922-1934 [included

correspondence from Emma Cadbury, etc]

"Peace Action” newsletter: banned in Canada; not to be sent to people in U.S. Armed

Forces, 1941-1944

"Peace Action” newsletter: postal arrangements & statements of ownership of title etc.

"Peace Action” newsletter: charts re: circulation 1928-1953 [cost ascertainment, etc]

"Peace Action” newsletter: commendations from constituents [for the most part,

commendation comments typed up by staff members]

"Peace Action” newsletter: summary of possible topics, 1936

"Peace Action” newsletter: reprints

"Peace Action” newsletter: cartoons from outside sources, 1934-1941

"Peace Action” newsletter: permissions to print cartoons from other sources, 1939-1941

"Peace Action” newsletter: form letter to chief editorial writers re: "Peace Action,” 1944-

1948

Newsletters: orders/notes/letters from constituents

Newsletter subscriptions: order forms & letters sent

 

Box 435

"Peace Action” newsletter: correspondence re: preparation, publication & mailing after FJL's resignation; FJL correspondence with Lowell Crate, 1954 (Dec.) - 1955 (Dec.)

"Peace Action” newsletter: FJL correspondence with Peace Action associates,

1955 (Oct.-Dec.)

"Peace Action” newsletter: FJL correspondence with Peace Action associates, 1956

"Peace Action” newsletter: FJL correspondence with Peace Action associates, 1957-1961

"Peace Action” newsletter: FJL (& Executive Board) correspondence with Mark Shaw &

John Mayne, 1960-1968

"Peace Action” newsletter: writings of FJL after resignation, 1950s

"Peace Action” newsletter: writings of Mark Shaw, 1956-1957

 

 

Series J: Production of FJL's Book To End War: The Story of the National Council for Prevention of War, 1921-1946 (1969)

[note: this material was re-boxed in 2005, but not re-foldered, etc.]

[return to Table of Contents]

 

Box 436

Extra typed copies, FJL's dictation, 1921-1927

Ideas from FJL's associates;

Plans & notes for book [3 folders]

Early chapters & material (1920s)

Early version [2 folders]

 

Box 437

Extra copies, final version of book; misc.

Early writing for book (1921-1935)

Early writing for book

Early versions of chapters 1-10

Misc. versions of book

History of NCPW, 1956

 

Box 438

Alphabetical (A-G); misc.

Reading notes; FJL's dictation of parts of book to CDL; alphabetical by author (A-G)

Biographical facts re: FJL & other's opinion of him

Book as physical production/entity: tables of contents, inventories, schemes, outlines, etc.

Subject Material

Campaigns (use of) as a method

Celebrities & the NCPW

Churches

Clippings

Collective securities

Congressional & other allies of the peace movement

Contests: Peace Heroes, etc.

Cost of War: statistics, etc.

"Cruiser” bills

D.C.

Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A.R.)

Destroyers for bases

Disarmament

Douglass, Gaylord W. (NCPW New England Office)

Duration, 1941-1945

Economy: staff members cuts, etc.

Emergency Peace Campaign, etc.

Employees

Endorsements of NCPW, 1922

Farm Dept.

Fries, Amos: attacks on NCPW

Special days

Subjects: H-Q

Hoover, Herbert Clark

Handsaker, John J. (NCPW Northwest Office)

 

Box 439

Subject Material

Hull, Cordell: excerpts from memoirs; NCPW interviews & experiences with Hull

Indiana Council for Prevention of War

International law

Inventories

Investigations of NCPW

Isolationism

Japan: Exclusion Act, etc.

Jews

Labor Dept.

League of Nations

Lend-Lease legislation

"Merchants of Death” idea

Methodology

Mexican War; Catholics; Knights of Columbus

Mexican War: prevention of war

Military opposition to NCPW [opposition by the military]

Milestones (early) of NCPW; mailing list of National Council for Limitation of

Armaments

Money letters & appeals; forms

Morgan, Laura Puffer

National Peace Conference

National Council for Limitation of Armaments

Navy campaigns

Negotiated peace

Neutrality law

Newspapers: friendly & unfriendly

Nicaragua: war threat, 1927; Mexico

No More War: demonstrations

Columbus, Ohio: attack on FJL by Gen. Bowley [2 folders]

Openings (possible for book)

Organization & methods of NCPW

Outlawry

Parties (political): convention activity

Peace movement: accomplishments

Pearl Harbor

Penetration of military influence in American life

Policy letters & statements

Polls

Predecessors of NCPW

Publicity Department

 

Box 440

Subject Material

Subject matter: R-Z

Quakers & antecedents

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

Russia: recognition of [USSR]

Sidwell (School, D.C.): FJL's commencement address & consequences with Loyal

Legion

South ("the impenetrable South”): attempts bo open NCPW offices in Georgia

Statement by NCPW about itself

Staff personalities in NCPW

Tables of contents

Technical points in book preparation

Topics: general considerations

"United Front” idea (i.e., attempts by Communists to infiltrate peace movement)

United Peace Chest

Universal Military Training (UMT); conscription; the draft

Versailles Treaty

War: theories; predictions; etc.

Watkins, Arthur Charles: activities

Western Office of NCPW

Women's part in preventing war

World Court

Youth: activities against war; college students; etc.

Misc. versions of book ("not earliest, not latest”) [2 folders]

 

Box 441

Misc. versions of book ("not earliest, not latest”) (cont.) [2 folders]

Chapters of book on 1940s

Diary excerpts re: Pearl Harbor events

Diary excerpts: Clayton Loughran's unverified copies of diaries

Book (1922): diary excerpts; poll; financial pledges; etc.

Book (1930-1931): misc.

 

Box 442

Material from copies of diaries

World Court, 1923-1926

Pearl Harbor

Mexico: prevention of war, 1927

Copies of diaries & letters to staff members, 1920s

Writings based upon diaries, 1930s-1941

 

Box 443

Diaries [excerpts? [2 folders]

Excerpts of book made by Clayton Loughran

Copies of material made for (by?) Clayton Loughran

Excerpts of book by Clayton Loughran

 

Box 444

Copies of material made by Clayton Loughran [3 folders]

Misc., 1957-

Versions of book ("not earliest, not latest”)

Incomplete mss., ca. 1967

 

Box 445

Mss., 1967-1968

Misc. items re: FJL's work on book in 1960s

Basis of book's footnotes

Untitled folder [FJL's pencilled notes]

 

Box 446

Typed manuscript

Chapter 1: Strictly Personal

Preface; conclusion

Chapter 1; material to consider for working copy

Chapter 3: militarization, 1923

Misc., 1923

Chapter 3

Chapter 4: "Educate!,” 1923

Chapter 5

Chapter 6, 1926

 

Box

Typed manuscript

Chapter 7: how we prevented a war with Mexico

Chapter 8: background, 1928

Chapter 8: Kellog-Briand Pact (our nation pledges itself to peace), 1928

Chapter 9: what makes a good citizen

Shearer, William B.

Chapter 10

Chapter 10: Hoover

Chapter 11: we prepare for world disarmament

Chapter 12: to Chicago, 1932

 

Box 448

Typed manuscript

Chapter 13

Chapter 14

Chapter 15: peace bonds, 1935 [2 folders]

Chapter 16: peaceful change, 1936

Chronologies, etc., 1936

Chapter 17

Chapter 18

Chapter 19: Charles Lindbergh

Chapter 20

 

Box 449

Typed manuscript

Chapter 1: mostly work of 1967

Chapters 2-13: work of 1967

Misc., 1967-1968

 

Box 450

Typed manuscript

Chapters 14-23: work of 1967

Conclusions earlier versions ("red marks for possible use”)

Latest version

 

Box 451 (1/2 box)

Typed manuscript

Galley proofs [2 folders]

Notes of Faith Ward Libby used in preparation of FJL's book

Notes re: checking notes of proofreaders

"Checking Notebook” of Faith Ward Libby; unidentified notebook

 

Box 452

Typed manuscript

Working copy

Editor's copy

Misc. notes

Discarded pages in latest version

Personal correspondence re: book

 

Box 453

Correspondence with James Best (Fellowship Publications), 1968-1973

Suggestions/comments re: book, 1961-1868

Correspondence re: book, 1959-1968

"To End War,” 1968-1970

"To End War,” 1973-1974

Reviews of book

 

 

Series K: Administrative Records

[return to Table of Contents]

 

Box 454

Financial Records

Financial correspondence, 1921-1929

Financial correspondence, 1930-1935

Financial correspondence, 1936-1937

Financial correspondence, 1938-1939

Financial correspondence, 1940-1949

Financial correspondence, 1956-1973

Financial correspondence with auditor, 1942-1946

Financial correspondence: 2 letters re: ties with the Religious Society of Friends

(including assertion that NCPW was not "supported  by Soviet Russia”), 1927,

1932

In-house memos re: financial form letters

Notes/memos etc. re: bookkeeping system

Loans to NCPW on FJL's life-insurance policy (?)

Loans to NCPW [see also general financial files]

Insurance policies & returns

NCPW Committee on Finance & Economy, 1932 [includes schedule for salary

reductions]

Expenses related to FJL's book

FJL's expenses as regnary agent (for Albion Beverage), 1945

Labor costs etc. of preparing NCPW records for archives

FJL's personal expenses (?)

 

Box 455

Financial Records

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1921

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1922

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1923

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1924

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1924 (cont.)

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1925

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1926

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1927

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1928

 

Box 456

Financial Records

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1929

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, ca. 1920s

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1930

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1931

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1932

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1933

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1934

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1935

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1936

 

Box 457

Financial Records

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1937

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1938

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1939

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1930s

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1940

Wage & expense vouchers for staff members, 1940-1942

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1941

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1941 (cont.)

 

Box 458

Financial Records

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1942

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1943

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1944

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1945

Permission from U.S. Dept. of Labor for salary raises, 1945

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1946

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1947

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1948

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1949

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1940s

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1950

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1951

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1952

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1953

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1954

Daily income distribution, 1954

Cancelled checks, 1954

Receipts from contributions (small) to NCPW, 1954

 

Box 459

Financial Records

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1955

Cancelled checks, 1955

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1956

Bank statements & cancelled checks, 1956

Petty cash, 1956-1957

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1957

Bank statements & cancelled checks, 1957

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1958

Bank statements & cancelled checks, 1958

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1959

Budgets/expenses/fundraising, 1960-1975, n.d.

Employee Mabel Waln Smith (taxes, insurance), 1960-1961

 

Box 450

Financial Records

Taxes

Federal capital stock tax, 1933-1945

Federal corporation income & excess profits tax, 1936-1949

Federal corporation income & excess profits tax, 1950-1958

Federal excise tax on employers of 8 or more (federal unemployment tax),

1936-1955

Federal Insurance Contributions Act (Social Security) – taxes paid, 1936-1939

Federal Insurance Contributions Act (Social Security) – taxes paid, 1940-1948

Correspondence with IRS re: whether NCPW had to pay Social Security tax, etc.,

1937-1943

Federal victory tax paid, 1943

Federal taxes paid, 1940-1945

Federal taxes paid, 1946-1949

 

Box 461

Financial Records

Taxes

Federal taxes paid, 1950-1957

D.C. franchise tax license / corporation license – fees paid, 1942-1956

D.C. corporation income taxes paid, 1939-1963

D.C. personal property taxes paid, 1930-1958

D.C. sales tax paid, 1949-1954

D.C. unemployment compensation taxes paid, 1936-1939

D.C. unemployment compensation taxes paid, 1940-1942

D.C. unemployment compensation taxes paid, 1943-1949

D.C. unemployment compensation taxes paid, 1950-1957, 1960

D.C. workmen's compensation taxes paid, 1934-1962

 

Box 462

Financial Records

Taxes

Massachusetts taxes paid, 1939-1955

Oregon taxes paid, 1940-1945

Paid bills/invoices

Misc., 1930s-1950s

Acme Newspictures, Inc.

Addressograph-Multigraph Corp.

Alfred A. Knopf Inc.

American Ice Company

Association Press

Astoria Press

Auditors, 1938-1955

Candey Hardware Co.

Chas. G. Stott & Co. (office supplies)

Elliott Addressing Machine Company

Farmers Union Co-operative Education Service

Fellowship of Reconciliation

Foreign Policy Association

Gist & Chairs Inc. (mimeograph services)

Graphic Arts Press

Houghton Mifflin Co.

Judd & Detweiler Inc.

Lathrop Inc.

L.C. Smith & Corona Typewriters Inc.

Mallorey Office Supply Co.

 

Box 463

Financial Records

Paid bills/invoices

Missionary Education Movement

National Capitol Press Inc.

National Child Welfare Assoc.

National Peace Conference

National Publishing Co.

National Peace Council

Newell-Cole Co.

Peters, Smith & Co.

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.

Potomac Electric Power Co.

Railway Express Agency Inc

Romeike Press Clipping Bureau

Service Typewriter Co.

Simon & Schuster

Socialist Party / Sovfoto

Southern & Standard Inc. (photo-engravers)

Southern Engraving Co.

Stanford Paper Co. [2 folders]

T. Janney Brown (insurance) / Golden Insurance Co.

Vanguard Press

Washington Envelope Co.

Western Union Telegraph Co.

 

Box 464

Financial Records

Fundraising efforts

Census of manufacturers filled out by NCPW for U.S. Department of Commerce,

1939, 1947

Permit for appealing for donations, 1937

Enlisting businessmen for peace, 1939 [includes correspondence]

Sample pledge cards & envelopes used in fund drives, 1923-1954

Pennies for Peace project, 1938 [photograph removed]

Notes of FJL, mostly re: money/fundraising contacts

State & city contacts (for speakers & for raising money), 1924-1928

Lists of large contributors, 1929-1937

Analysis of large contributors, 1935-1938

Record of returns on financial appeals, 1936-1939

Records of fundraising appeals & costs involved, 1924-1950

 

Box 465

Financial Records

Fundraising efforts

Financial form letters, 1924-1926

Financial form letters, 1927

Financial form letters, 1928-1929

Financial form letters, 1930-1931

Financial form letters, 1932-1933

Financial form letters, 1934-1936

Financial form letters, 1937

Financial form letters, 1938-1939

 

Box 466 (1/2 box)

Financial Records

Fundraising efforts

Financial form letters, 1940-1941

Financial form letters, 1942

Financial form letters, 1943-1944

Financial form letters, 1945-1946

Financial form letters, 1947-1949

Financial form letters, 1950-1954

Financial form letters, n.d.

 

Box 467

Financial Records

Fundraising efforts

Peace Bond Campaign: general

Peace Bond Campaign: financial records

Peace Bond Campaign: form letters & documents produced for distribution

Peace Bond Campaign: publicity & media coverage [photographs removed to

Photograph Collection]

Peace Bond Campaign: correspondence, 1935

Peace Bond Campaign: correspondence, 1936

Peace Bond Campaign: correspondence, 1937, n.d.

Peace Bond Campaign: sales in New Jersey by Paul Harris & staff members, 1936

[includes media coverage]

Peace Bond Campaign: sales by Northwestern Office, 1935-1937

Peace Bond Campaign: sample book of certificates

Peace Bond Campaign: newsletter "Peace Bond News,” vol. 1:1-9 (Oct. 7, 1935 –

May 26, 1936)

 

Box 468 (1/2 box)

Financial Records

Fundraising efforts

Peace Bond Campaign: sales receipts, 1935 (Nov.-Dec.)

Peace Bond Campaign: sales receipts, 1936 (Jan.-Feb.)

Peace Bond Campaign: sales receipts, 1936 (March)

Peace Bond Campaign: sales receipts, 1936 (April)

Peace Bond Campaign: sales receipts, 1936 (May-June)

Peace Bond Campaign: sales receipts, 1936 (July-Aug.)

Peace Bond Campaign: sales receipts, 1936 (Oct.-Nov.)

Peace Bond Campaign: sales receipts, 1937

 

Box 469

Financial Records

Fundraising efforts

Lobbying reports – general

Lobbying reports, 1947

Lobbying reports, 1948

Lobbying reports, 1949

Lobbying reports, 1950

Lobbying reports, 1951

Lobbying reports, 1952

Lobbying reports, 1953

Lobbying reports, 1954

Bequests to NCPW, 1929-1947. 1965

Bequests to NCPW – from the estate of Hattie Murdock, 1932

Bequests to NCPW – from the estate of Addie Littlefield Kleist, 1954

Bequests to NCPW – from the estate of Edwin & Marguerite Clarke, 1955

Bequests to NCPW – from the estate of Paul L. Knorr & John B. Knorr, 1954-

1955

 

Box 470 (1/2 box)

Financial Records

Fundraising efforts

United Peace Chest – financial statements, receipts, correspondence, 1937 [2

folders]

United Peace Chest – financial statements, receipts, correspondence, 1938

United Peace Chest – financial statements, receipts, correspondence, 1939

United Peace Chest – financial statements, receipts, correspondence, 1940-1950

 

Box 471

Financial Records -- Ledger Books (or Loose Ledger Pages)

Washington Office & Branch Offices: income & expenses, 1930-1936

Branch Offices: income & expenses, 1933 (Oct.-Dec.)

Washington Office & Branch Offices: monthly travel expense reports by staff

members, 1933-1935

 

Box 472

Financial Records -- Ledger Books (or Loose Ledger Pages)

Washington Office & Branch Offices: income & expenses, 1937-1955

Washington Office

Payroll, 1935 (Dec.) – 1938 (Nov. 12)

Payroll, 1938 (Nov.) – 1939 (Oct.)

Expenses (bills paid – ledger pages in alpha order according to company /

organization), 1940-1942

 

Ledgers [not in boxes]

Financial Records

Washington Office

Expenses, 1921-1922

Income & expenses, 1921 (Sept. 30) – 1923 (Sept.)

Income & expenses, 1922 (Oct.) – 1924

Misc., ca. 1922-1924

Contributions, 1922 (Fall); accounts payable, 1927-1928

Misc., 1925-1929

Petty cash, 1925 (Sept.) – 1929; payroll, 1925 (Aug.) – 1929 (Nov.)

Washington Office & Branch Offices: expenses, 1927 – 1931 (June)

Washington Office: payroll, 1930-1935

Washington Office & Branch Offices: income & expenses, 1931 (July) – 1935 (Sept.)

Washington Office: petty cash, 1932-1935

Washington Office & Branch Offices: income & expenses, 1936-1938

Washington Office

Income & expenses, 1939-1940

Income & expenses, 1941 – 1944 (Nov.)

Payroll, 1939 (Oct.) – 1955 (Feb.)

Income & expenses, 1944 (Dec.) - 1955

 

Box 473
Office Files [mostly files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie]

Closing down of NCPW national office; sale of furniture, 1967

Leases for NCPW offices, 1921-1924, 1955

Move from 18th Street to Constitution Avenue (Washington, D.C.): sale of furniture, etc., 1954-1955

Contract with WINX for six radio talks, 1944

Staff lists & biographical information etc. [includes office directories, used at telephone

switchboard]

Office procedures: instructions, etc.

Memos to staff members

Sick & vacation leave records, 1929-

Furniture & supplies, 1930-1954

Purchase etc. of addresseograph machine & stencils, 1927-1936

First class mail received, 1925-1942

Workroom reports of NCPW mailings (by M. Goldsmith), 1936-1939

Workroom reports of NCPW mailings (by M. Goldsmith), 1940-1942

Workroom reports of NCPW mailings (by M. Goldsmith & J.S. Bodle), 1943-1949

 

Box 474 (1/2 box)

Office Files [mostly files of Gladys Gould Mackenzie]
Correspondence (& form letters) of Gladys Mackenzie

Misc. kept by Gladys Mackenzie

Address books (2), ca. 1920s-1930s

Misc. mailing lists

Sampling project of index cards, representing 82,000 names, done by SCPC staff

members, 1985

 

Box 475

Material received after Series A-E were microfilmed [some items may be duplicates]

By-laws & amendments, 1930

Constitution & amendments

Lists of officers, 1924-1956

Lists of participating organizations & delegates-at-large, 1931-1966

Executive Board: correspondence, etc.

Executive Board: votes cast

Meeting minutes: Executive Board & other committees, 1920s

Meeting minutes: Executive Board & other committees, 1930s

Meeting minutes: Executive Board & other committees, 1940s

Meeting minutes: Executive Board & other committees, 1950s

Meeting minutes: Executive Board & other committees, 1960s

Meeting minutes: Executive Board & other committees, 1970s, n.d.

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1927-1928

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1929

 

Box 476

Material received after Series A-E were microfilmed [some items may be duplicates]

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting (& staff conference), 1930

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1931

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1932-1934

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1935

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1936

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1937

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1938-1939

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1940s

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1950s

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, 1960s-1970s

Meeting minutes, etc.: Annual Meeting, n.d.

NCPW conferences: misc.

Conference of peace groups, 1923 (Feb.)

Annual Conference on Policy, 1941

Annual Conference, 1942

Annual Conference, 1943

Atlantic City Conference for Peaceworkers, Atlantic City (NJ), Dec. 4-7, 1947

Findings on Programs & Policies, 1922-1939, 1942-1947

Organizing local committees & councils of the NCPW

Letterheads used, 1922-1957

Dissolution of NCPW, 1975

 

Box 477 (card file box) [formerly Box 508H – not sampled]

Administrative Records

Index cards of names for mailing list?

Index cards -- record of mailings done by [or sent to?] various staff members (Jeannette

Rankin, Eleanor Brannon, Mary Ida Winder, Carrie Wyckoff Ormsbee, J.J.

Handsaker, Paul Harris Jr.) & NCPW regional offices

 

Box 478 (card file box) [formerly Box 508G & 508__ – sampled]

Administrative Records

Index cards of names for mailing list [part of what was culled from 82,000 cards of

names, during sampling done by SCPC staff members in 1985]: card categories

include diplomats, foreign no. 2, friends in Europe, German "A” list, German language papers, foreign newspapers, & inactive file

 

Box 479 (card file box) [formerly Box 508__ – sampled]

Administrative Records

Index cards of names for mailing list [part of what was culled from 82,000 cards of

names, during sampling done by SCPC staff members in 1985]: card categories

include active file & inactive file

 

Box 480 (card file box) [found after Box 111]

Administrative Records

Index cards of names for mailing list

 

 

Series L: Additional Material [received after Series A-E were microfilmed; some items may be duplicates]

[return to Table of Contents]

 

Box 481

Frederick J. Libby

Biographical information

Correspondence, 1920s-1930s

Correspondence, 1940s-1960s, n.d.

Letters to the U.S. President

Correspondence with Senator Millard E. Tydings [includes composite of Tydings'

speeches re: disarmament, distributed by NCPW], 1950-1951

Annual reports, 1930-1945 [incomplete set]

Annual reports, 1946-1966 [incomplete set]

Speeches, statements & testimony given, 1923-1939 [incomplete set]

Speeches, statements & testimony given, 1940-1949 [incomplete set]

Speeches, statements & testimony given, 1950-1953, n.d. [incomplete set]

 

Box 482

General

General correspondence

Correspondence with congresspeople

Letter & inscribed copy of booklet "Krieg dem Kriege!” (by Herman Neumann) from

Arthur Dobsky, 1924

Letters to the Editor

Florence Brewer Boeckel: correspondence, writings, reports, speeches & testimony

Florence Brewer Boeckel: correspondence re: pageants, 1922-1933

James Finucane: correspondence

Paul Harris Jr.: trip reports, 1939 (March-April)

Gladys Mackenzie: correspondence

Laura Puffer Morgan: correspondence & reports

Laura Puffer Morgan (Disarmament/European Representative): weekly reports from

Geneva [either not filmed, or they contain handwritten notes; see box 64 for

filmed reports/articles by LPM]

Gilbert Stinger: correspondence

Radio broadcasts sponsored, 1935-1937

Publicity; media coverage of NCPW

Autographed copy of booklet "Peace Through Disarmament and Charter Revision” by

Grenville Clarke, 1958

Pages for "A Club Program for One Meeting,” ca. 1935-1937

Misc. statements etc. from others (American & foreign)

"Peace Resolutions of Women's Organizations,” 1930-1934, 1937

Newsletters "Bulletin on Current Affairs” #1; "The Word From Washington” June 3,

1935; "Between War and Peace,” 1937-1938

 

 

Series M: Reference Files

[return to Table of Contents]

 

Box 483

People

Borah, Senator William E.

Bullitt, William C. (Ambassador to France), 1939-1947

Castle Jr., William R. (U.S. State Department), 1930-1940

Churchill, Winston, 1939-1942

Clark, Senator Bennett Champ, 1932-1935

Dulles, John Foster, 1936-1939

Dulles, John Foster, 1940-1945

Dulles, John Foster, 1946-1949

Dulles, John Foster, 1954-1955

 

Box 484

People

Gandhi, Mahatma, 1948 [see also Reference Files: Countries – India]

Harriman, Florence Jaffray (Mrs. J. Borden Harriman)

Hoover, Herbert

La Follette (Jr. & Sr.), Senator Robert, 1916-1946

Lindbergh, Anne Morrow

Lindbergh, Charles

Mitchell, Brig. General William D., 1925-1945

Shearer, William B. (naval propagandist), 1929-1930

Snowden, Philip (Great Britain), 1923-1937

Tagore, Rabindranath (India), 1923-1941

Wheeler, Senator Burton K., 1940s [includes speeches]

 

Box 485

Organizations -- Governmental

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 1947-1949

League of Nations, 1920s

League of Nations, 1930s – 1946

Office of Strategic Services (O.S.S.), 1941-1945

U.S. State Department

United Nations

U.S. War Department, 1933-1935

 

Box 486

Organizations

American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression

American Friends Service Committee [AFSC]: book In Place of War: An Inquiry Into

Nonviolent National Defense

American Legion

American Legion: attitudes on national defense, etc., 1920s-1930s

American Legion: lobbyist John Thomas Taylor, 1927-193 3

American Legion: efforts re: "Bonus Bill,” 1932-1936

American Peace Society, 1915

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

Committee on World Friendship Among Children

Federation Interallies des Anciens Combattants [FIDAC], 1920s-1930s

Friends' Peace Committee

International Correspondence for Peace [org.] (Germany), 1932

International Peace Garden, 1929-1934

International Union of Antimilitarist Ministers and Clergymen (Netherlands), 1926-1933

Methodist Commission on World Peace (Charles Boss Jr.), 1930s-1940s

National Council Against Conscription

Peace Heroes Memorial Society, 1926-1942

 

Box 487

Organizations

Society for the Prevention of World War III, 1947-1956

Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1928-1936

Washington Committee for Aid to China, 1938-1941

Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1944-1950

World Federation of Education Associations, 1927-1941

World Peace Association, 1937-1945

World Student Christian Federation, 1927-1950

 

Box 488

Countries

Burma

China, 1920s

China, 1930s [includes sacking of Nanking]

China, 1940s

China: Oriential Exclusion Act / Chinese Exclusion Act

China, 1950s

China: reconciliation attempts with Japan (by pacifists, etc.), 1930s

China: map of Manchoukuo

Egypt, 1956-1957

Far East / Pacific

Finland: U.S. war loan to Finland, 1940

Germany, 1940s

Germany, 1950

Germany, 1951-1959

Germany, 1962

Germany, n.d.

 

Box 489 (1/2 box)

Countries

Germany: dismantling of German factories (by U.S., etc.), 1946-1947

Germany: dismantling of German factories (by U.S., etc.), 1948

Germany: dismantling of German factories (by U.S., etc.), 1949

Germany: dismantling of German factories (by U.S., etc.), 1950-1951, n.d.

Germany: peace movement, 1940s-1950s

Germany: peace movement - Pastor Martin Niemöller

 

Box 490

Countries

Germany: return of confiscated German property after WWII

Germany: economic reparations to Germany, 1945-1947

Great Britain, 1921-1941

Great Britain, 1921-1942 [includes Anglo-American relations]

Greece & Turkey, 1947

Guam: fortification of Guam

India: bombing by Great Britain of India's northwest frontier (& U.S. sales of bomber

planes to Great Britain), 1938

India, 1939-1948 [mostly re: Gandhi]

India, 1950-1951 [mostly re: Nehru]

Indochina, 1954

Israel & Palestine, 1940s

Israel & Palestine, 1950s

 

Box 491

Countries

Japan, 1920s

Japan, 1930s

Japan, 1940s

Japan, 1950s

Japan: gift to U.S. of cherry trees

Japan & China relations: Sino-Japanese war, 1931-1932 [includes Lytton Report, etc.]

Japan & China relations: Sino-Japanese war, 1933-1941

Japan: dissent against war / peace movement, 1920s-1930s

Japan & Far East, 1936-1938

Japanese war crimes & trials of war criminals, 1945

 

Box 492

Countries

Korea: background of the war

Korea, 1930s-1940s

Korea, 1950

Korea, 1951

Latin America, 1927-1928

Latin America, 1939-1945

Latin America, 1946-1949

Latin America, 1950-1954

Latin America & trade, 1939-1942

Russia/USSR (& relations with the U.S.)

USSR, 1930s-1940s

USSR, 1950s

West Indies, 1939-1941

 

Box 493

Subjects/Issues

General material, -1940s

Arbitration & mediation, 1910-1927

Arms embargo (repeal of), 1924-1939

Army commandos & crimes, 1937-1951

Atlantic Pact/Treaty, 1940s

Atlantic Pact (Atlantic Union), 1944-1951

Atom Bomb, 1955-1956

Attacks on pacifists: misc.

Attacks against church lobbies & pacifism

Attacks on pacifism & peace groups (charges that they were communists), 1920s-1930

Attacks (general): cartoons, 1920s-1930s

Attacks on Jane Addams

Attacks on Liberal Club at West Chester State Normal School (PA)

Dismissal of 2 teachers, 1927

Attacks on pacifists etc. by American Legion, 1920s

Attacks on pacifists etc. by American Legion, 1930s, n.d.

Attacks on pacifists etc. by Daughters of the American Revolution [DAR] (DAR

Blacklist), 1920s-1930s [2 folders]

Attacks on pacifists by Veterans of Foreign Wars, 1920s-1930s

 

Box 494

Subjects/Issues

Between Two Wars, 1934

Book "Platforms of the Two Great Political Parties, 1856-1932” [catalogued]

Calls to end the war with Japan, 1945

Case of Tyler G. Kent (American imprisoned in Great Britian), 1941-1946

Causes of war (economic, etc.), 1920s-1930s

Churches & peace

Codification of international law, 1950

Communists in the U.S., 1939-1940

Conscientious objectors/objection, 1930s-1950s

Drift toward war, 1921-1941

Dumbarton Oaks conferences & proposals, 1944-1945

Economic boycotts & sanctions

Establishing peace treaty with Japan, 1945

"Fifth Column” hysteria, 1940

 

Box 495

Subjects/Issues

Genocide Convention, 1950

Germ/biological warfare [includes poison gas]

Immigration

Industrial mobilization plans (re: instituting a draft), 1936-1941

League of American Nations

Japanese Exclusion Act, 1923-1939

Marshall Plan

Militarization of America

Military appropriations/budget, 1931-1940

Military disaffection bills / gag bills, 1935-1936

Moral Embargo, 1938-1940

Negotiated peace, 1940s

Negotiated peace (arguments against), 1940-1943

Nobel Peace Prize, 1900-1951

North Atlantic Treaty, 1942-1949

 

Box 496

Subjects/Issues

Outlawry of War, 1924-1930

Patriotism, 1924-1938

Peace groups/organizations, 1930s-1940s

Peace lobbies

Peace Now Movement

Peace walks

Peacemakers' Pilgrimage (Great Britain), 1926

Post-war planning, 1943-1944

Preparing for peace / preparing for war, 1939-1944

Presidential powers in war & peace, 1920s-1940s

Prof. Hornell Hart's research project on world law & order, 1949

Propaganda / psychological warfare (Office of War Information), 1942-1944

Proposals for prevention of war, 1924-1936

Refugees / displaced persons (from Germany, etc.)

 

Box 497

Subjects/Issues

Relief efforts: providing food for the starving of Europe, 1940

Relief efforts: providing food for the starving of Europe, 1941-1944

Relief efforts: providing food for the starving of Europe, 1946, 1948

Relief efforts: providing food for the starving of Europe (role of Howard Kershner),

1943-1944

ROTC & military training

San Francisco Charter, 1945

Treaty of Versailles

Truman Doctrine, 1947

U.S. foreign policy: "American White Paper,” 1940

 

Box 498

Subjects/Issues

War debts, 1920s-1930s

War guilt, 1920s-1940s

War Policies Commission, 1929-1931

War profits

Profiting from war (economically etc.) / drafting of capital & private property for war

            effort

War profits: Bernard Baruch, 1931-1944

War profits: Hill-Sheppard Bill, etc., 1937

War's results (suffering, anarchy, death, etc.)

World government, 1936-1945

World government, 1946-1958

 

Box 499

Subjects/Issues

World Peace Day

World trade, 1953

World War II: appeals to end the war at the earliest possible moment

World War II: atrocities

World War II: background & causes

World War II: British moves toward peace

World War II: end of war with Japan, 1945 (Aug.)

World War II: histories

World War II: internment of Japanese Americans & Japanese aliens on West Coast, 1942

Misc. (A-Z), 1910s

Misc. (A-Z), 1930s-1940s

Misc. (A-Z), 1950s

 

Box 500 (1/2 box)

Campaign Against Lend-Lease Program

Congressional Resolutions Program

Favorable opinion re: Lend-Lease Program Bill

Labor viewpoints re: Lend-Lease Program

Opposition to Lend-Lease Program [2 folders]

General

General: newspaper clippings

 

Box 501

Campaign Against Conscription, 1920s-1950s

American Legion plan for Draft

Anti-war sentiment in Congress & governmental departments

Cartoons against Universal Military Training (UMT), 1920

Compulsory Military Training, 1920s

Compulsory Military Training, 1930s

Compulsory Military Training, 1940-1945

Compulsory Military Training, 1946-1949

Compulsory Military Training, 1950s

Compulsory Military Training, n.d.

Compulsory Military Training: saluting of flag, 1936-1940

Conscription of women

Conscientious objection

Cost of the army, etc.

Cost of UMT

Debate re: proper size for the army

 

Box 502

Campaign Against Conscription, 1920s-1950s

Drafting of boys (17-19 year olds)

Extension of terms for drafted men

False figures by War Dept. re: size of army, 1946

Fort Knox UMT Demonstration Unit (where 664 teenagers were trained for war)

Manpower Act (Austin-Wadsworth Bill) to dratt labor, especially those on strike, 1941-

1944

Militarism in education at schools and colleges, 1930s-1940s

Mobilization Day: booklet "If War Comes: M-Day – What Your Government Has

Planned For You” by Donald Keyhoe, 1940

National Guard

National Service Act / conscription

Officers Reserve Corps

Opposition by groups & individuals to Draft Bill, 1940-1941

Peacetime conscription

Renewal of Selective Service Act

Selective Service Act & amendments

$22,000,000 Appropriation for Citizens' Military Training (CMT) camps, 1933

Voluntary enlistment

 

Box 503

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934

General/assorted

Speeches/addresses [by non-NCPW persons], 1931-1932

Articles by Sydney Strong in Geneva (Switzerland), 1932-1933

Translations [into English] of "Journal de Geneve” etc., 1932

Misc. newspaper clippings

Editorials [printed in newspapers], 1933-1934

Government documents

Work of other groups

Labor

 

Box 504

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934

Work of other groups

Religious groups

Religious (Catholic) groups

Veterans groups

Women's groups

American Association of University Women

American Friends Service Committee [AFSC]

American Inter-Organization Council

Catholic Association for International Peace

Committee on Militarism in Education

Disarmament Committee of Women's International Organisations (Geneva,

Switzerland)

Disarmament Information Committee (London, England)

Federal Council of Churches

Foreign Policy Association

Friends' Peace Committee (London, England)

Geneva Research Information Committee (Switzerland)

International Federation of League of Nations Societies (Geneva, Switzerland)

International Federation of Trade Unions

International Fellowship of Reconciliation

International Peace Bureau (Geneva, Switzerland)

Interparliamentary Union (Geneva, Switzerland)

League of Nations (Geneva, Switzerland)

League of Nations Association

League of Nations Union (London, England)

National Council for Prevention of War (London, England)

National Council of Jewish Women

National League of Women Voters

National Peace Council (London, England)

National Student Committee on Disarmament

Northern Friends Peace Board (Great Britain)

Rotary International / Rotary Club

Royal Institute of International Affairs (London, England)

 

Box 505 (1/2 box)

Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934, 1936-1954

Work of other groups

Socialist Party of America

War Resisters League