Records, 1921-1975
©Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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Series F: Subject & Special Project Files

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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 (British, 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:
- Newsclippings 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]
- Form letters sent; mimeographed material produced; petitions; etc.
- Form letters sent; mimeographed material produced; circulation records re: distribution of NCPW material
- 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.
- Correspondence 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 (1/2 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 [newsclippings 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 Members of Congress, 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]

Microfilm reels 41:314 - 41:315 are of periodicals only (reel 314 = International Disarmament Notes and International Notes for Disarmament and World Recovery; reel 315 = Washington Information Letter)



[files here-on reorganized & refoldered in March 2004 - July 2005; boxes are stored off-site; material has not been filmed]


Series F: Subject & Special Project Files - Campaigns (cont.)

Box 374 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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" according to what was written on original folder]

Box 376 [off-site]
Campaigns
Disarmament Campaign, 1931-1934:
- Posters & exhibits [includes local group efforts]
- Posters & exhibits, etc.
- World Disarmament Notes & International Disarmament Notes
- Press releases re: World Disarmament Notes [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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 Members of Congress), 1939
- Efforts re: Peace Now, 1939-1940
- Efforts, 1940 [2 folders]
- Literature distributed

Box 387 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
Campaigns
War Referendum Campaign:
- Correspondence (general)
- Correspondence with Members of Congress, 1937-1939 [includes constituent letters to/from Members of Congress]
- Florence Brewer Boeckel: correspondence with W. F. Bigelow, 1929-1938
- Frank Gannett: correspondence with Members of Congress, 1937 (July) [2 folders]
- Form letters sent, 1937-1939
- Planning; work efforts; notes
- Speeches & statements by individuals
- Literature distributed

Box 390 [off-site]
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) [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 Members of 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: Slaves To Too Big An Army campaign

Box 395 [off-site]
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 Members of 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 [off-site]
Campaigns
Campaign Against Repeal of the Arms Embargo:
- Efforts, 1938-1939
- Letters to/from Members of 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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
Campaigns
Efforts re: Various Issues [includes correspondence]:
- Misc. efforts, 1920
- 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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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 [off-site]
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.


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