Records, 1921-1975
©Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19050


Series H: Attacks on (Red-Baiting of) the NCPW, Frederick J. Libby, & Other Pacifists
[files reorganized & refoldered in March 2004 - July 2005]
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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 the 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 Anna W. 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


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This file was last updated on August 13, 2012.