Swarthmore College Peace Collection


Records of the Center on Conscience and War, 1940-ongoing
[formerly NSBRO & NISBCO]

Collection: DG 025
Part I, Series A


Contact Information
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399 U.S.A.
Telephone: 610-328-8557 (curator);
Fax: 610-690-5728
Email: wchmiel@swarthmore.edu (curator)
URL: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Creator
National Service Board for Religious Objectors; National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors; Center on Conscience and War
Title
Center on Conscience and War Records
Inclusive Dates
1940-ongoing
Call Number
DG 025

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
670+ linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
Organization still in existence that was formed to aid conscientious objectors in World War II.

Administrative Information / Historical Background / Collection Overview / Arrangement / Etc.
See index page for information

Restrictions apply to any Series that include files about individual men, as noted below. Researchers must gain permission from the director of the Center on Conscience and War to view these specific files. Contact the SCPC Curator about this matter.

Some boxes are stored off-site. A request for their retrieval must be given to the SCPC Curator at least two weeks in advance of a visit to the SCPC. See index page for which Series are off-site.



Detailed Description of Part I (Files from 1940-1946), Series A: Records re: Administration of CPS
Note: All of this series was refoldered and reboxed, but not all of the material in all the folders was examined by the archivist. Many of the previous folders were too full, so some of the material was put into a 2nd (or even 3rd) folder and marked as “(cont.).” The series remains in somewhat the same order as originally designed by NSBRO, starting with meeting minutes and publications, cooperation with the coordinating council (AFSC, BSC, MCC), and correspondence, with work files and financial records following.
In this checklist, underlined words are box headings
Restrictions apply to all boxes/folders that contain information about individual men
 
Box 1
Meeting Minutes
Board of Directors, 1941-1942
Board of Directors, 1943 (Jan.-June)
Board of Directors, 1943 (July-Dec.)
Board of Directors, 1944
Board of Directors, 1945
Board of Directors, 1946
Bound copy of Meeting Minutes, 1940-1947 [see also microfilm reel 137.1-137.2]
Board of Directors, 1941-1946

 
Box 2
Meeting Minutes
Beltsville Administrative Committee, 1944
Camp Directors, 1941-1946
Civilian Bond Committee,1942-1946
Consultative Council, 1941 (April) - 1946 (Feb.)
Council on Civilian Service, 1942 (April) - 1944 (Jan.)
Dependency Council, 1943-1946
Financial Council, 1943-1946
Interagency Demobilization Committee [see box 89]
Philadelphia Administrative Committee, 1942-1943
Placement Council, ca. 1942-1944
Research & Planning Committee, 1942-1943
 
Box 3

Outreach: Communications & Publications
Pamphlets published
Pamphlet “The Conscientious Objector Under the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940” [various editions]
“Advisory Memorandum” #1-15, 1943 (March) - 1944 (Aug.)
“ Camp Director’s Bulletin”: index
“ Camp Director’s Bulletin” #3-45, 1941 (July 24-Dec.) [missing # 1-2]
“ Camp Director ’s Bulletin” #46-116, 1943
“ Camp Director’s Bulletin” #117-148, 1944
“ Camp Director’s Bulletin” #149-180, 1945 (June) - 1946 (June)
“ Camp Director’s Manual,” 1941 (Dec.)
“ Camp Director’s Manual,” 1942 [expanded version]
 
Box 4
Outreach: Communications & Publications
“ Camp Director’s Manual” (revised), 1943 (July 1)
“ Camp Information Bulletin” #1-[11], 1942 (Jan. 27 - July 5)
“Congress Looks at the Conscientious Objector,” 1943
“Director’s Manual, Civilian Public Service Hospital Units”
“General Letter” #1-101 (from Paul Comley French), 1942 (Dec. 11) - 1944 (Dec. 29) [missing #18]
"General Letter" #102-164 (from Paul Comley French), 1945 (Jan. 11) - 1946 (Aug. 1)
“Research Bulletin / Demobilization Bulletin” #1-21 (from Interagency Demobilization Committee), 1944-1946
“Job Bulletin” #1-17 (from Interagency Demobilization Committee), 1944 (Oct.) - 1947 (Feb.)
“Local Committee Bulletin” (from Interagency Demobilization Committee), 1945-1946
“Special Projects Bulletin” #1-17, 1943 (March 4) - 1945 (April 12)
 
Box 5
Outreach: Communications & Publications
“Memorandum to Beltsville Administrative Committee” #1-27, 1942 (June 15) - 1944 (Dec. 14)
“Memorandum to Board of Directors” #1-99, 1941 (Aug. 21) - 1943 (Jan. 15) [missing # 84-85)
“Memorandum to Board of Directors” #100-199, 1943 (Jan. 16 - June 25) [missing # 109, 148, 164)
“Memorandum to Board of Directors” #200-299, 1943 (June 25) - 1944 (Feb. 22) [missing # 239]
“Memorandum to Board of Directors” #300-399, 1944 (Feb. 22 - Oct. 31) [missing # 309, 317, 376]
“Memorandum to Board of Directors” #400-499, 1944 (Oct. 31) - 1945 (June 7)
“Memorandum to Board of Directors” #500-599, 1945 (June 18) - 1946 (Jan. 4) [missing #504, 594]
“Memorandum to Board of Directors” #600-684, 1946 (Jan. 14 - Oct. 1) [missing # 605]
Memorandum to Board of Directors, 1941-1946 [unnumbered]
Memorandum to Camp Directors (& Unit Leaders), 1941-1946 [incomplete set]
“Memorandum to Civilian Bond Committee” #1-15, 1942 (July) - 1946 (Jan.)
“Memorandum to Council on Civilian Service / Consultative Council” #1-134, 1942 (April) - 1946 (Aug.) [missing #26, 102, 118]
“Memorandum to the Dependency Council” #1-14, 1943 (Dec.) - 1945 (Feb.)

Box 6
Outreach: Communications & Publications
Memoranda to educational and research committees / councils
“Memorandum to Executive Camp Directors” #1-99, 1942 (Jan. 7) - 1943 (March 3)
“Memorandum to Executive Camp Directors” #100-199, 1943 (March 3 - Nov. 25) [missing #124, 130, 156]
“Memorandum to Executive Camp Directors” #200-299, 1943 (Nov. 25) - 1944 (Oct. 20) [missing # 218] ]
“Memorandum to Executive Camp Directors” #300-399, 1944 (Oct. 23) - 1945 (Aug. 20) [missing #373]
“Memorandum to Executive Camp Directors” #400-475, 1945 (Aug.22) - 1946 (July 23) [missing # 420, 445]
“Memorandum to Financial Council” #1-8, 1942 (June) - 1944 (March)
“Memorandum to Princeton / Philadelphia Administrative Committee” #1-26, 1942 (Dec. 28) - 1944 (Feb. 17)
Office Procedures Manual
Miscellaneous form letters & releases
Press releases
Reports
“Report on the Activities of the National Service Board for Religious Objectors from Oct. 4, 1940 to Sept. 30, 1941”
Report: “Three Years of Civilian Public Service, May 15, 1941 - May 15, 1944” by the Executive Secretary
Report: “Four Year Report of Civilian Public Service, May 15, 1941 to March 1, 1945” by the Executive Secretary
 
Box 7 (1/2 box)
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Financial cooperation
Meetings
Friends’ Civilian Public Service (general)
Miscellaneous correspondence
Friends’ War Problems Committee

Box 8

Cooperation with the Consultative Council: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Burgess, Alex M. (Medical Doctor): correspondence
Burgess, Alex M. (Medical Doctor): correspondence (cont.)
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 1]
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 1] (cont.)
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 2]
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 2] (cont.)
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 2] (cont.)
 
Box 9
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 3]
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 4]
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 5]
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 6]
Furnas, Paul J.: correspondence [folder 7]
 
Box 10
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Furnas, Paul J.: finances
Furnas, Paul J.: finances (cont.)
Jacob, Phillip: correspondence 1941 (Sept.) - 1944 (June)
Jacob, Phillip: correspondence, 1941 (Sept.) - 1944 (June) (cont.), 1945 (May 13)
Jones, Thomas E.: correspondence, 1940-1945
Jones, Thomas E.: correspondence, 1940-1945 (cont.)
Morgan, Kenneth: correspondence 1943 (Jan.) - 1944 (Oct.)
 
Box 11
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Mullin, James P.: correspondence [folder 1]
Mullin, James P.: correspondence [folder 1] (cont.)
Mullin, James P.: correspondence [folder 2]
Mullin, James P.: correspondence. [folder 2] (cont.)
Mullin, James P.: correspondence [folder 3]
Mullin, James P.: correspondence [folder 3] (cont.)
Newman, Mary.: correspondence
 
Box 12
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Newman, Mary: correspondence
Newman, Mary: correspondence
Newman, Mary: arbitrary transfers
Newman, Mary: correspondence, 1942 (Feb. 18-July)
Newman, Mary: correspondence, 1942 (Feb. 18-July)
Newman, Mary: correspondence, 1942 (Aug.-Dec.)
Newman, Mary: correspondence, 1945 (April 25) - 1946 (March 21)
Newman, Mary: correspondence, 1945 (April 25) - 1946 (March 21) (cont.)
 
Box 13
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Newman, Mary: correspondence
Newman, Mary: correspondence
Newman, Mary: correspondence
Newman, Mary: correspondence
Newton, Ray: correspondence
Newton, Ray: correspondence, 1940 (June 6) - 1946 (June 21)
 
Box 14
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
Pickett, Clarence E.: correspondence, 1940 (Aug.) - 1941 (July)
Pickett, Clarence E.: correspondence, 1941 (Aug.) - 1943 (Sept.)
Rhodes, Esther B.: correspondence, 1941 (Feb.) - 1942 (Sept.)
Richie, Carol: correspondence, 1942 (Dec.) - 1944 (Aug.)
Salmon, Charlotte Susan: correspondence, 1940 (Aug.) - 1941 (Aug.)
Swift, David E.: correspondence, 1942 (Jan.-Oct.)
Wilson, Raymond E.: correspondence, 1940 (Aug.) - 1941 (Oct.)
Wilson, Raymond E.: correspondence, 1941 (Nov.) - 1944 (Oct.)
Woodward, Walter C.: correspondence, 1940 (Aug.) - 1942 (April)
Zavitz, Edwin C.: correspondence, 1941 (Jan.) - 1942 (March)
 
Box 15
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Brethren Service Committee (BSC)
General correspondence, etc., 1940 (Oct. 29) - 1944 (May)
Brethren, Church of
Ecker, J. Aldene: correspondence, 1942 (Oct.) - 1946 (July)
Miller, Louise: correspondence, 1941 (May-Oct.)
Miller, Louise: correspondence, 1941 (Nov.) - 1942 (April)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1942 (Feb.-May)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1942 (June-Aug.)
 
Box 16
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Brethren Service Committee (BSC)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1942 (Sept.-Dec.)
Row, Harold: memoranda, 1942-1943
Row, Harold: memoranda, 1943
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1943 (Jan.-April)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1943 (May-July)
 
Box 17
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Brethren Service Committee (BSC)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1943 (Aug.-Dec.)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1943 (Dec. cont.) - 1944 (May)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1943 (Dec. cont.) - 1944 (May) (cont.)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1944 (March-July)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1944 (Aug.-Dec.)
 
Box 18
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Brethren Service Committee (BSC)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1945 (Jan.-March)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1945 (April-Aug.)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1945 (Sept.-Dec.)
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1946
Row, Harold: correspondence, 1947 (Jan.-July)
Swift, Arthur L.: correspondence, 1940 (Dec. 6) - 1942 (April 30)
Swift, Arthur L.: correspondence, 1942 (May 1) - 1943 (June 30)
 
Box 19
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Brethren Service Committee (BSC)
Yoder, W. H.: correspondence
Zigler, M. R.: correspondence, 1940 (Aug.) - 1941 (March)
Zigler, M. R.: correspondence, 1941 (April-Aug.)
Zigler, M. R.: correspondence, 1941 (Sept.-Dec.)
Zigler, M. R.: correspondence, 1942 (Jan.-May)
Zigler, M.R.: correspondence, 1942 (June-Nov.)
Zigler, M.R.: correspondence, 1942 (Dec.) - 1943 (June)
 
Box 20 (1/2 Box)
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Brethren Service Committee (BSC)
Zigler, M. R.: correspondence, 1943 (July-Dec.)
Zigler, M. R.: correspondence, 1944
Zigler, M. R.: correspondence, 1945 - 1946 (June)
 
Box 21
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)
General correspondence, etc., 1941 (Aug. 31) - 1945 (Jan. 22)
General correspondence, etc., 1945 (Jan. 23) - 1946 (Sept.)
MCC Educational Memoranda, 1943 (Sept. 7) - 1944 (Oct. 18)
MCC Educational Memoranda, 1944 (Oct. 18) - 1946 (June 19)
MCC Educational Memoranda, etc.
Mennonites & Brethren
Mennonites in CPS
 
Box 22
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)
Bennet, H. Ernest: correspondence
Byler, J. N.: correspondence, 1943 (Feb.) - 1944 (June)
Ebersole, Richard: correspondence, 1942 (Nov. 27) - 1946 (Oct. 3)
Ediger, Elmer: correspondence, 1943 (July 27) - 1946 (Oct. 2)
Goering, Erwin C.: correspondence
Fast, Henry A.: correspondence
Fast, Henry A.: correspondence (cont.)
 
Box 23
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)
Fast, Henry A.: correspondence, 1940 (Aug. 12) - 1941 (Aug. 13)
Fast, Henry A.: correspondence, 1941 (Aug. 14) - 1942 (May 27)
Fast, Henry A.: correspondence, 1942 (May 27-Oct. 30)
Franz, Rufus M.: correspondence
Gaeddert, Albert: correspondence
Gaeddert, Albert: correspondence (cont.)
 
Box 24
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)
Gaeddert, Albert: correspondence, 1943 (Sept.) - 1944 (June)
Martens, Harry E.: correspondence
Mennonites in CPS
Metzler, A. J. (Mennonite Publishing House): correspondence
Metzler, A. J. (Mennonite Publishing House): correspondence (cont.)
Miller, Orie O.: correspondence, 1940 (Aug. 31) - 1941 (April)
 
Box 25
Cooperation with the Consultative Council: Mennonite Central Committee (MCC)
Miller, Orie O.: correspondence, 1941 (May-Nov.)
Miller, Orie O.: correspondence, 1941 (Dec.) - 1942 (May)
Miller, Orie O.: correspondence, 1942 (June-Dec.)
Miller, Orie O.: correspondence, 1943 (Jan.-June) [includes list/s of Mennonite men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Miller, Orie O.: correspondence, 1944-1945 [includes list/s of Mennonite men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Miller, Orie O.: correspondence, 1946 - 1947 (May)
 
Box 26
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
American Baptist Home: Mission Society (John W. Thomas), 1941 [includes list/s of Baptist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
American Baptist Home: Mission Society (John W. Thomas), 1942 [includes list/s of Baptist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
American Baptist Home: Mission Society (John W. Thomas), 1943 [includes list/s of Baptist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
American Baptist Home: Mission Society (John W. Thomas), 1944-1946 [includes list/s of Baptist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Baldwin, Roger (American Civil Liberties Union), 1940-1942
Barr, Allen H. ( Northern California Service Board for Conscientious Objectors), 1941 (May-Dec.) [includes list/s of men from California subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Barr, Allen H. (Northern California Service Board for Conscientious Objectors), 1942 (Jan.-Aug.) [includes list/s of men from California subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Barr, Allen H. (Northern California Service Board for Conscientious Objectors), 1942 (Sept.-Dec.) [includes list/s of men from California subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
 
Box 27
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
Barr, Allen H. (Northern California Service Board for Conscientious Objectors), 1943 (Jan.-May) [includes list/s of men from California subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Barr, Allen H. (Northern California Service Board for Conscientious Objectors), 1943 (June-Sept.) [includes list/s of men from California subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Barr, Allen H. (Northern California Service Board for Conscientious Objectors), 1943 (Oct.-Dec.) [includes list/s of men from California subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Barr, Allen H. (Northern California Service Board for Conscientious Objectors), 1944 (Jan.-Feb.) [includes list/s of men from California subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Church of God: Executive Council (Reverend E. F. Adcock), 1941 (1 telegram, Dec. 9, 1940)
Church of God: Executive Council (Reverend E. F. Adcock), 1942-1943 [includes list/s of Church of God men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1940 (Aug.-Dec.) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1941 (Jan.-Feb.) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1941 (March-May) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1941 (June-July) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
 
Box 28
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1941 (Aug.-Sept.) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1941 (Oct.-Dec.) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1942 (Jan.-Feb.) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1942 (March-April) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1942 (May-Sept.) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1942 (Oct.-Dec.) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1943 (Jan.-April) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1943 (May-July) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1943 (Aug.-Dec.) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
 
Box 29
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church (Charles F. Boss Jr.), 1944 (Jan.-March) [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church, etc., 1943-1944 [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church, etc., 1945 [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church, etc., 1946 [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Commission on Word Peace of the Methodist Church, undated [includes list/s of Methodist men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Covington, Hayden C. (Jehovah’s Witnesses), 1940 (Jan. 25-Sept. 2) [includes list/s of JW men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Covington, Hayden C. (Jehovah’s Witnesses), 1941 (Jan.-May) [includes list/s of JW men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Covington, Hayden C. (Jehovah’s Witnesses), 1941 (June-Dec.) [includes list/s of JW men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Covington, Hayden C. (Jehovah’s Witnesses), 1942 [includes list/s of JW men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]

Covington, Hayden C. (Jehovah’s Witnesses), 1943 [includes list/s of JW men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Covington, Hayden C. (Jehovah’s Witnesses), 1944 [includes list/s of JW men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Crain, James A. (United Christian Missionary Society), 1940 (Aug.-Dec.) [includes list/s of Disciples of Christ men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
 
Box 30 (1/2 box)
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
Crain, James A. (United Christian Missionary Society), 1941 [includes list/s of Disciples of Christ men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Crain, James A. (United Christian Missionary Society), 1942 (Jan.-May) [includes list/s of Disciples of Christ men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Crain, James A. (United Christian Missionary Society), 1942 (June-Dec.) [includes list/s of Disciples of Christ men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Crain, James A. (United Christian Missionary Society), 1943 [includes list/s of Disciples of Christ men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Crain, James A. (United Christian Missionary Society), 1944 (Jan.-June) [includes list/s of Disciples of Christ men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
 
Box 31
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
Fellowship of Reconciliation: cooperation with NSBRO (miscellaneous)
Fellowship of Reconciliation (A. J. Muste), 1940 (July 31-Dec.) [includes list/s of F.O.R. members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Fellowship of Reconciliation (A. J. Muste), 1941 (Jan.-March) [includes list/s of F.O.R. members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Fellowship of Reconciliation (A. J. Muste), 1941 (April-June) [includes list/s of F.O.R. members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Fellowship of Reconciliation (A. J. Muste), 1941 (July 1941-Dec.) [includes list/s of F.O.R. members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Fellowship of Reconciliation (A. J. Muste), 1942 (Jan.-April) [includes list/s of F.O.R. members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Fellowship of Reconciliation (A. J. Muste), 1942 (May-Aug.) [includes list/s of F.O.R. members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Fellowship of Reconciliation (A. J. Muste), 1942 (Sept.-Dec.) [includes list/s of F.O.R. members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Fellowship of Reconciliation (A. J. Muste), 1943 (Jan.-June) [includes list/s of F.O.R. members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Fellowship of Reconciliation (miscellaneous), 1941-1944
 
Box 32
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
Kaufman, Abraham (War Resisters League), 1940 (Oct.-Dec.) [includes list/s of WRL members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Kaufman, Abraham (War Resisters League), 1941 [includes list/s of WRL members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Kaufman, Abraham (War Resisters League), 1942 [includes list/s of WRL members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Kaufman, Abraham (War Resisters League), 1943-1944 (March) [includes list/s of WRL members subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Mabee, Carleton (Civilian Public Service Camp #136)
Muste, A. J. (Fellowship of Reconciliation), 1943 (July-Dec.)
Muste, A. J. (Fellowship of Reconciliation),, 1944
Olmstead, Frank (War Resisters League), 1940 (Dec.) - 1941
Olmstead, Frank (War Resisters League), 1942
Olmstead, Frank (War Resisters League), 1943 - 1944 (May)
Palmer, Albert W., 1941 - 1943 (Oct.)
 
Box 33
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
Pugh, William Barrow (Presbyterian Church of the United States of America), 1941-1942
Pugh, William Barrow (Presbyterian Church of the United States of America), 1943-1944
Reeves, George B., 1941 (June-Oct.)
Reeves, George B., 1941 (Oct. cont. - Nov.)
Rife, Lowell (Civilian Public Service Camp # 74)
Rosecrucian Fellowship, 1941
Scott, William H. (Christadelphian Central Committee), 1940 (Nov.-Dec.) [includes list/s of Christadelphian men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Scott, William H. (Christadelphian Central Committee), 1941 [includes list/s of Christadelphian men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Scott, William H. (Christadelphian Central Committee), 1942 [includes list/s of Christadelphian men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Scott, William H. (Christadelphian Central Committee), 1943 [includes list/s of Christadelphian men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Scott, William H. (Christadelphian Central Committee), 1944 (Jan.-July) [includes list/s of Christadelphian men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
 
Box 34
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
Sommer, Otto, 1942 (Dec.) - 1943
Sommer, Otto, 1944
Sommer, Otto, 1945 (Jan.-March)
Sommer, Otto, 1945 (April-Aug.)
Sommer, Otto, 1945 (Sept.-Dec.)
Sommer, Otto, 1946
Van Kirk, Walter (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1940 (Sept.) - 1941 (April) [includes list/s of men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Van Kirk, Walter (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1941 (May-Dec.) [includes list/s of men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Van Kirk, Walter (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1942 [includes list/s of men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
 
Box 35
Correspondence, Etc. Organizations / Denominations / Peace Leaders
Van Kirk, Walter (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America), 1943-1944 [includes list/s of men subject to assignment into CPS in the near future] (June)
Vogt, Leonard J.
W [collective file]
War Resisters League: cooperation with NSBRO (miscellaneous), 1941-1944
War Resisters League (Frances Rose Ransom; Roy Kepler), 1946-1947
Weinbrenner, Reynold (“The Mennonite”)
Wells, Ronald V., 1944-1946
Wenger, Samuel S. (attorney)
Whitney, Norman J. ( Syracuse Peace Council), 1941 (March-Dec.) [includes list/s of men from New York subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Whitney, Norman J. ( Syracuse Peace Council), 1942 (Jan.-June) [includes list/s of men from New York subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Whitney, Norman J. ( Syracuse Peace Council / New York State Board for Civilian Public Service), 1942 (July-Dec.) [includes list/s of men from New York subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Whitney, Norman J. ( New York State Board for Civilian Public Service), 1943 (Jan.-Aug.) [includes list/s of men from New York subject to assignment into CPS in the near future]
Wolsky, Morris H. (attorney), 1941
Woolsey, Mark H. (attorney), 1941 (Dec.) - 1942 (April)
Y-Z [collective file]
 
Box 36
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Baker, Lt. Colonel George H. (Manpower Division), 1941 (Aug.-Dec.)
Baker, Lt. Colonel George H. (Manpower Division), 1942 (Jan.-June)
Bier, Lt. Colonel Robert A (Medical Division), 1943 (April-Sept.)
Boone, Major A.R. (Chief, Fiscal Section, Finance & Supply Division), 1942 (Dec.) - 1943 (Jan.)
Chase, Captain Jackson B., 1943 (April-June)
Coons, Major Robert B.(Assistant Chief, Manpower Division), 1942 (June)
Dargusch, Colonel Carlton S. (Deputy Director), 1941-1942 (Aug.)
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1941 (March)
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1941 (April)
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1941 (May)
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1941 (June)
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1941 (July)
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1941 (Aug.-Nov.)
 
Box 37
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1941 (Dec.)
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1942 (Jan.-Feb.)
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1942 (March-Nov.)
Davidson, Major Richard P. (Specialist / Assistant Executive), 1943 (Jan.-Aug.)
Draper, Colonel William H. Jr. (Information Reserve), 1940-1942
Dunkle, Lt. Colonel Simon P. ( Camp Operations), 1942 (Oct.-Dec.)
Dunkle, Lt. Colonel Simon P. ( Camp Operations), 1943
Dunkle, Lt. Colonel Simon P. ( Camp Operations), 1944
Dunkle, Lt. Colonel Simon P. ( Camp Operations), 1945 - 1946
Eames, Colonel Richard H. (Medical Division), 1942 (Dec.) - 1943 (July)
Eldridge, Colonel Harry E. ( Camp Operations)
Fisk, Major Harry H. ( Camp Operations), 1942
Fisk, Major Harry H. ( Camp Operations), 1943
Fisk, Major Harry H. ( Camp Operations), 1944
 
Box 38
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Fisk, Major Harry H. ( Camp Operations), 1945-1946
Forsythe, Captain Robert H., 1944 (Dec.) - 1945 (March)
Fuller, 2 nd Lt. Charles A. Jr. (Infantry), 1946 (March-May) [mostly regarding discharges of Civilian Public Service members]
Garnett, Captain G. Tinsley (Manpower Division), 1941 (April) - 1942 (May)
Hager, Colonel George H. (General Counsel), 1944 (Nov.) - 1945 (Jan.)
Hale, Mrs. (Margaret/Marne), 1944 (Jan.) - 1946 (May)
Hart, Lt. Colonel William (Communications & Records Division), 1941 (Oct.) - 1943 (Aug.)
Hedrick, Lt. Colonel Cleveland, 1941 (Dec.) - 1945 (Jan.)
Hershey, Lt. Colonel Lewis B., 1940 (Sept.-Dec.)
Hershey, General Lewis B. (Executive Director), 1941 (Jan.-Aug.)
Hershey, General Lewis B. (Executive Director), 1941 (Sept.-Oct.)
Hershey, General Lewis B. (Executive Director), 1941 (Nov.-Dec.)
Hershey, Major General Lewis B. (Executive Director), 1942
Hershey, Major General Lewis B. (Executive Director), 1943
Hershey, Major General Lewis B. (Executive Director), 1945 (Jan.-Oct.), undated
 
Box 39
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Imirie, A. S. (Soil Conservation service, U. S. Department of Agriculture), 1940 (Dec.)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1941 (Feb.-July)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1941 (Aug.-Dec.)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1942
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Jan.-June)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1943 (July-Aug.)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Sept.)0
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Oct.-Nov.)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Director), 1943 (Dec.)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Jan.)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Feb.)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1944 (March)
Imirie, A. S. (Assistant Chief of Camp Operations Division), 1944 (April)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (May)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (June)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (July)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Aug.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Sept.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Oct.)
 
Box 40
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Nov.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Dec.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Jan.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Feb.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (March)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (April)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (May)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (June-July)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Aug.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Sept.-Nov.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Nov.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Dec.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (Jan.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (Feb.)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (March)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (April-May)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (June)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (July) - 1947 (July)
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division), undated
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with A
 
Box 41
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ba-Be
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Bi-Bo
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Br-Bz
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ca-Cl
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Co-Cu
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with D
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with E
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with F
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ga-Gn
 
Box 42
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Go-Gu
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ha Hi
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ho-Hy
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with I-J
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ga-Gn
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ka-Ke
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ki-Ky
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with La-Ll
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Lo-Ly
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ma-Mc
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Me-Mi
 
Box 43
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Mo-My
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with N
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with O
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with P
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Q
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ra-Rh
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Ri-Ry
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Sa-Se
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Sh-Sp
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with St-Sy
 
Box 44 (1/2 box)
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with T-V
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Wa-Wh
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Wi-Wy
Imirie, A. S. (Executive Officer, Camp Operations Division): correspondence re: CPSers whose last names begin with Y-Z
Irwin, Captain ____ ( Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Oct.-Nov.)
Keesling, Colonel Francis, 1943 (Oct.) - 1945 (Jan.)
Kelly, Captain Hugh J. (Specialist Manpower Division)
 
Box 45
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Kosch, Lt. Colonel Lewis F.(Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1941 (May 13-Sept.)
Kosch, Lt. Colonel / Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1941 (Oct.-Dec.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (Jan.-Feb. 6)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (Feb. 7-March)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (April)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (May-June)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (July)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (Aug.)
 
Box 46
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (Sept.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (Oct.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (Nov.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1942 (Dec.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Jan. 1-3)
 
Box 47
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Feb.1-15)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Feb. 16-26)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (March 1-17)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (March 18-31)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (April 1-14)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (April 15-30)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (May)
 
Box 48
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (June)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (July)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Aug.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Sept.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Oct.)
 
Box 49
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Nov.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Chief, Camp Operations Division), 1943 (Dec.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Jan.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Feb.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (March)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (April)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (May)
 
Box 50
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (June)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (July)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Aug.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Sept.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Oct.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Nov.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1944 (Dec.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Jan.)
 
Box 51
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Feb.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (March)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (April)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (May)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (June)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (July)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Aug.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Sept.)
 
Box 52
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Oct.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Nov.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Dec.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Dec. cont.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1945 (Dec. cont.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (Jan.)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (Feb.)
 
Box 53
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (March)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (April)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (May)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (June)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (July)
Kosch, Colonel Lewis F. (Assistant Director, Camp Operations Division), 1946 (Aug.) - 1947 (May)
Lancaster, R.M. (Finance & Supply Division), 1943 (July) - 1947 (Feb.)
Lewis, Captain A.J., 1941 (Jan.)
Lindstrom, Capt. Walfred, (A45), 1942 (Dec.) - 1945 (Sept.)
 
Box 54
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1944 (May 16) - 1945 (Feb.)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1945 (March-April)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1945 (May-June)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1945 (July-Sept.)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1945 (Oct.)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1945 (Nov.1-14)
 
Box 55
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1945 (Nov.15-30)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1945 (Dec. 1-16)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1945 (Dec. 17-28)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (Jan. 12-23)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (Jan. 24 - Feb. 12)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (Feb. 13-28)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (March)
 
Box 56
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (April)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (May)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (June)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (July)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (Aug.)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (Sept.)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (Oct.)
Lord, Lt. Everett J., 1946 (Nov.) - 1947 (March)
 
Box 57
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Martin, Mary (Legal Division), 1944 (June) - 1945 (Feb.)
McLean, Major Franklin A. (Infantry), 1941 (Aug.) - 1943 (Dec.)
McLean, Major Franklin A. (Infantry), 1944 (Feb.) - 1946 (Jan.)
Minor, Captain Payson S. (Manpower Division), 1942 (July-Dec.)
Montague, Major James L., 1944 (Sept.) - 1947 (Feb.)
Morgan, Major Guiton (Army) 1940 (Nov.) - 1941 (March)
Noell Jr., Major Joseph D., 1943 (Jan.-July)
Olson, Inspector Victor, 1942 (Sept.) - 1944
Omer, Major Daniel O. (Quartermaster Corps), 1941 (Oct.) - 1944 (July)
Parker, Lt. C.G. (U.S.M.C.), 1944 (June) - 1946 (July)
Sedillo, R.R., 1941 (March) - 1944 (Jan.)
Shattuck, Lt. Colonel Edward S., 1942 (May) - 1944 (Oct.)
Smith, Lt. Luther E., 1946 (July-Nov.)
Stanwood, Lt. Colonel Henry C., 1941 (Jan.-Feb.)
Wertz, Captain M.E., 1942 (May-Dec.)

Box 58 (1/2 box)
Correspondence, Etc. with Selective Service System Officials
Wherry, Major Neal M., 1942 (Dec.) - 1944 (April)
Wherry, Major Neal M., 1944 (May-Nov.)
Wherry, Major Neal M., 1944 (Dec.) - 1947 (Feb.)
Winder, Lt. Colonel Donald T., 1941 (Aug.)
Winston, Lt. Colonel R.H., 1942 (March-April)
Misc. correspondence
 
Box 59
Cooperation with the Selective Service System
Assignments to CPS camps, 1944 (May-June)
Assignments to CPS camps, 1944 (Oct.-Dec.)
Assignments to CPS camps, 1945 (Jan.-Feb.)
Assignments to CPS camps, 1945 (March-June)
Assignments to CPS camps: lists
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1943 (April)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1943 (May)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1943 (June)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1943 (July)
 
Box 60
Cooperation with the Selective Service System
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1943 (Aug.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1943 (Sept.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1943 (Oct.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1943 (Nov.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1943 (Dec.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (Jan.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (Feb.)
 
Box 61
Cooperation with the Selective Service System
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (March)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (April)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (May)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (June)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (July)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (Aug.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (Sept.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (Oct.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (Nov.)
 
Box 62
Cooperation with the Selective Service System
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (Nov. cont.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1944 (Dec.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1945 (Jan.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1945 (Feb.)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1945 (March)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1945 (April)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1945 (May)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1945 (Oct.-Dec.)
 
Box 63
Cooperation with the Selective Service System
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1946 (Jan.-May)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1946 (June)
Authorizations: transfers completed, 1946 (July-Sept.)
Authorizations: record of transfers from camp to camp
Requests/Authorizations: meals/lodging/transportation, 1941-1942
Requests/Authorizations: meals/lodging/transportation, 1943
Requests/Authorizations: meals/lodging/transportation, 1943 (cont.)
Requests/Authorizations: meals/lodging/transportation, 1944
 
Box 64
Cooperation with the Selective Service System
Requests/Authorizations: meals/lodging/transportation, 1945
Requests/Authorizations: meals/lodging/transportation, 1946-1947
Lists of “unused TRs” (bus & railway tickets), 1946-1947
Transmittal lists, 1941
Transmittal lists, 1942
Transmittal lists, 1943-1944
Transmittal lists, 1943-1945
Transmittal lists, 1945 (Dec.) - 1946 (June)
Transmittal lists, 1946 (July-Dec.)
Transferral list/s (handwritten)
Assignments of men to CPS camps (by state)
Correspondence re: assignments of men to CPS camps (by state: A-M)

Box 65
Cooperation with the Selective Service System
Correspondence re: assignments of men to CPS camps (by state: N-Z)
State directors: correspondence & lists
Forms created/used for reporting to the SSS
Forms created/used for reporting to the SSS (cont.)
Work flow chart for SSS forms
Requisitions for SSS forms
Reports of physical exams for CPSers wanting to join UNRRA, 1946 [in alpha order]
Report of man days & work completed in Nov. 1941
National Headquarters: memoranda
National Headquarters: Lewis B. Hershey memorandum (Opinion #14) “Ministerial Status of Jehovah’s Witnesses,” June 1941
National Headquarters: press releases
National Headquarters: “Memorandum to State Directors,” 1941 (March) - 1942 (Dec.)
National Headquarters: “Occupational Bulletin,” 1942-1943 [incomplete set]
Camp Operations Division: miscellaneous memoranda
 
Box 66
Cooperation with the Selective Service System
Camp Operations Division: “Administrative Directive” #1-31, 1943 (Jan. 15) - 1945 (Oct. 10)
Camp Operations Division: “Administrative Instructions” #1 (Jan. 15, 1943), #3 (undated), #4 (Feb. 1, 1945) .
Amending regulations to Selective Service directives & regulations
SSS statistical summaries re: CPS camps, 1942 (Sept.) - 1944
SSS statistical summaries re: CPS camps, 1945 - 1946 (Aug.)
Miscellaneous Correspondence & Work Files of Individual Staffpersons
Dakin, E. LeRoy (NSBRO Field Secretary): miscellaneous correspondence, 1942-1943
Dakin, E. LeRoy (NSBRO Field Secretary): miscellaneous correspondence, 1944-1945
Dakin, E. LeRoy (NSBRO Field Secretary): miscellaneous correspondence, 1946
Dakin, E. LeRoy (NSBRO Field Secretary): reports of activities, 1944-1946
Dakin, E. LeRoy (NSBRO Field Secretary): efforts regarding conscription & peacetime conscription, 1944-1945
Dakin, E. LeRoy (NSBRO Field Secretary): church contacts, ca. 1944-1945
Dakin, E. LeRoy (NSBRO Field Secretary): article written; talk given
 
Box 67
Miscellaneous Correspondence & Work Files of Individual Staffpersons
French, Paul Comly (Executive Secretary): correspondence with Selective Service System officials, 1941 (Sept.) - 1943 (Jan.)
French, Paul Comly (Executive Secretary): miscellaneous correspondence, 1941
French, Paul Comly (Executive Secretary): correspondence re: pamphlet on tolerance, 1941-1942
French, Paul Comly (Executive Secretary): miscellaneous correspondence, 1942
French, Paul Comly (Executive Secretary): miscellaneous correspondence, 1943-1944
French, Paul Comly (Executive Secretary): miscellaneous correspondence, 1945-1946
Jack, David: production of pamphlets
Mills, Dick (Committee on Interpretation & Finance): correspondence & reports, 1945-1946
Osborne, Winslow H. (Advisory Section): correspondence, etc., 1943 (Dec.) - 1946 (Aug.) [includes trip itineraries]
Randall, Huldah: correspondence, 1943
Steinorth, Margaret (secretary): miscellaneous correspondence, etc., 1942
 
Box 68
Miscellaneous Correspondence & Work Files of Individual Staffpersons
Vogel, Robert S. Vogel (NSBRO Field Representative) [and/or member of Committee on Interpretation and Finance?]
Vogel, Robert S. Vogel (NSBRO Field Representative): western trip, 1945 (June-July)
Weaver, J.N. [Joe] (Head, Camp Section): miscellaneous correspondence, 1940-1943
Weaver, J.N. [Joe] (Head, Camp Section): miscellaneous correspondence, 1944
Weaver, J.N. [Joe] (Head, Camp Section): miscellaneous correspondence, 1945-1946
Weaver, J.N. [Joe] (Head, Camp Section): Selective Service System
Weaver, J.N. [Joe] (Head, Camp Section): critics, 1942-1945
Weaver, J.N. [Joe] (Head, Camp Section): CPS hospitals
Weaver, J.N. [Joe] (Head, Camp Section): Mennonite Central Committee
Weaver, J.N. [Joe] (Head, Camp Section): notes re: CPS camps/units, CPSers, meetings, etc.
Weaver, J.N. [Joe] (Head, Camp Section): miscellaneous
Wright, Alice (secretary): miscellaneous correspondence, , etc., 1940-1942
Work Files (By Subject)
Miscellaneous efforts: reports, memoranda, forms, etc.
Notes for speeches
Efforts re: amnesty for COs, 1945 (May-Dec.) [includes involvement with the Committee for Amnesty]
Efforts re: amnesty for COs, 1946 (Jan.-June) [includes involvement with the Committee for Amnesty]
Efforts re: amnesty for COs, 1945 (July-Dec.) [includes involvement with the Committee for Amnesty]
 
Box 69
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Appeals: requests
Appeals: summaries of registrants re: classification, 1942 [in alphabetical order]
Efforts to set up NSBRO archives & write a history of CPS: correspondence; plans for promotion
Efforts to set up NSBRO archives & write a history of CPS: filing system; files checked out by researchers
Interagency Demobilization Committee Minutes, 1944-1946
Interagency Demobilization Committee: general [includes miscellaneous demobilization material, correspondence, etc.]
Memorandum sent to Interagency Demobilization Committee, 1944-1945
Interagency Demobilization Committee: Conference on Demobilization Problems of Conscientious Objectors, Chicago (IL), 1945 (June 19)
Interagency Demobilization Committee: survey of Civilian Public Service personnel records [i.e. of men in Civilian Public Service, not staff], 1944 (March)
Interagency Demobilization Committee: progress reports (by city), 1945
Interagency Demobilization Committee: summary of occupational classifications of Civilian Public Service men
Interagency Demobilization Committee: lists of men scheduled for discharge from Civilian Public Service
Interagency Demobilization Committee: job opportunity exchange, 1945
 
Box 70
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
American Friends Service Committee: correspondence, 1943 (Dec.) - 1944
American Friends Service Committee: correspondence, 1943 (Dec.) - 1945
American Friends Service Committee: correspondence, 1946
American Friends Service Committee: reports, lists, etc.
American Friends Service Committee: list of CPSers with 2 or more years of service, 1945
American Friends Service Committee: list of CPSers with 3 or 4 years of service, 1945
 
Box 71
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Brethren Service Committee: correspondence, 1943 (Sept.) - 1944
Brethren Service Committee: correspondence, 1945 (Jan.-June)
Brethren Service Committee: correspondence, 1945 (July-Dec.)
Brethren Service Committee: correspondence, 1946
Brethren Service Committee: reports, forms, etc.
Brethren Service Committee: 4, 3, 2, year lists
 
Box 72 (1/2 box)
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Mennonite Central Committee: correspondence, 1944
Mennonite Central Committee: correspondence, 1945
Mennonite Central Committee: correspondence, 1946
Mennonite Central Committee: reports, etc.
Mennonite Central Committee: list of Civilian Public Servicers eligible for parole, 1945
Mennonite Central Committee: list of Civilian Public Servicers eligible for parole, 1946 (Jan.-March)
 
Box 73 (1/2 box)
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Baptists: correspondence, etc.
Catholics: correspondence, etc.
Christadelphians: correspondence, etc.
Congregational Christian Churches: correspondence, etc.
Disciples of Christ: correspondence, etc.
Episcopalians: correspondence, etc.
Evangelical and Reformed: correspondence, etc.,
Federal Council of Churches: correspondence, etc.
Friends (Quakers) [see also American Friends Service Committee]
Fellowship of Reconciliation: correspondence, etc.
Jews: correspondence, etc.
Methodists: correspondence, etc.
Presbyterians: correspondence, etc.
Unitarians: correspondence, etc.
Miscellaneous denominations; letter sent to all denominations regarding demobilization
Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA): correspondence, etc.
 
Box 74
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
General/miscellaneous correspondence, etc.
General correspondence, 1943 (Dec.) - 1944
General correspondence, 1945
General correspondence, 1946
Civilian Public Service Camps: correspondence, etc.
CPSers (by/about/to): correspondence, etc.
Reports sent
Request for Bulletins: correspondence
Request for Bulletins: correspondence (cont.)
Publicity
Plans & procedures for demobilization
Reports sent
Conferences
Meetings
Meetings, conference, government offices
 
Box 75
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Research for Reports/Bulletins
Pay bills & material
Staff organization
World War I experience
Discrimination against discharged C.O.s
CPS assignee skills survey
Post-war job/career opportunities
Codes for key sort system
Section reports
Camp staff: correspondence
Organization administration
Projects
CPS #47: publications
 
Box 76
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Adjusted rating cards
Individual adjusted rating cards
Army & Navy
General education [see also files of correspondence with denominations regarding demobilization]
Educational foundations: notes & correspondence
Follow-up
Government camps
Loan funds
Property: government surplus
Plans: foreign countries
Prisons
Reemployment
Reserve Officers’ Training Corps & Land Grants
Vocational guidance plans
War Manpower Commission: U. S. Employment Services
War Resisters League: correspondence, etc.
Reference material
 
Box 77
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Personnel: research workers
Special Projects: agriculture
Relief & rehabilitation
UNRRA: administration; employment
Civil Service: Special Projects -- federal & state
Civil Service: Special Projects -- federal & state (cont.)
Special Projects: community service
 
Box 78
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Special Projects: correspondence from CPSers
Special Projects: correspondence from CPSers (cont.)
Special Projects: personnel records
Special Projects: personnel records (cont.)
Special Projects: personnel data of CPS groups
Special Projects: personnel -- special lists
 
Box 79
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Memos to local committees
Local committee reports
Miscellaneous local contacts
Local centers: Atlanta, Georgia
Local centers: Baltimore, Maryland
Local centers: Boston, Massachusetts
Local centers: Chicago, Illinois
Local centers: Cleveland, Ohio
Local centers: Columbus, Ohio
Local centers: Denver, Colorado
Local centers: Des Moines, Iowa
Local centers: Detroit, Michigan
Local centers: Greensboro, North Carolina
Local centers: Indianapolis, Indiana
Local centers: Kansas City, Kansas [ Missouri?]
Local centers: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Local centers: New York (state)
Local centers: New York City, New York
Local centers: Northern California
Local centers: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Local centers: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
 
Box 80 (1/2 box)
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization

Local centers: Portland, Oregon
Local centers: Providence, Rhode Island
Local centers: Richmond, Virginia
Local centers: St. Louis, Missouri
Local centers: Seattle, Washington
Local centers: Southern California
Local centers: Texas
Local centers: Toledo, Ohio
Local centers: Washington, District of Columbia
Local centers: Wichita, Kansas
 
Box 81
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Cooperatives: correspondence
Cooperatives: Cooperative School -- correspondence
Cooperatives: contacts
Cooperatives: applications for postwar employment in consumer cooperatives
Cooperatives: pplications for postwar employment in consumer cooperatives (cont.)
Cooperatives: releases of Cooperative School
Cooperatives: publications
 
Box 82
Work Files (By Subject): Demobilization
Camp Strength: Demo B
Master List: 4, 3, 2 year lists for non-peace Church
Men with children statistics
Personnel: form lists, key sort card system, statistical summaries, manpower card file
Statistics
Statistics (cont.)
Statistics: CPS
Statistical summary; camp rosters
Discharge lists
Personnel data (I)
Personnel data (II)
Personnel data (III)
 
Box 83 (1/2 box)
Work Files (By Subject)
Denominational support for CPS: miscellaneous
Denominational support for CPS: Baptist Church
Denominational support for CPS: Baptist Pacifist Fellowship
Denominational support for CPS: Baptists -- lists (donors?)
Denominational support for CPS: Community Church
Denominational support for CPS: Congregational Church
Denominational support for CPS: Episcopal Church / Episcopal Pacifist Fellowship
 
Box 84
Work Files (By Subject)
Denominational support for CPS: Evangelical Church / Evangelical & Reformed Church
Denominational support for CPS: Fellowship of Reconciliation (by members, etc.)
Religious support for CPS: Jewish
Denominational support for CPS: Lutheran Church (United) / Evangelical Lutheran Church
Denominational support for CPS: Methodist Church
Denominational support for CPS: [ Methodist Church] Commission on World Peace -- reports on annual conferences re: CPS [includes contact lists]
Denominational support for CPS: [ Methodist Church] Commission on World Peace -- financial record of Methodists in CPS, 1944 (July) - 1945 (Dec.)
Denominational support for CPS: Presbyterian Church
Denominational support for CPS: Unitarian Universalists, 1944 (Aug.)
Denominational support for CPS: non-historic peace churches -- lists of CPSers, ministers, possible donors(?), etc.
Denominational administrations [contains material from AFSC, BSC, MCC, & some of the denominations lists above; not sure whose file this was]
Denominational administrations [contains material from AFSC, BSC, MCC, & some of the denominations lists above; not sure whose file this was] (cont.)
 
Box 85
Work Files (By Subject)
Dependency: E. LeRoy Dakin efforts, 1944-1946
Dependency: questionnaire
Dependency: problems of COs
Detached service: lists, etc.
Discharges, 1941
Discharges, 1942
Discharges, 1943
Discharges, 1944
Farming
Forest Service
Furloughs
Inductions (pending), 1942
Medical psychiatric procedures
Support for CPS: Baltimore /Washington contacts
Support for CPS: ministers in New Jersey
Support for CPS: New York City contacts
Support for CPS: Ohio contacts
Support for CPS: western Pennsylvania
Support for CPS: state-wide letters (sent by other organizations & people)
UNRRA: cattle reserves
UNRRA: cattle handlers
UNRRA: selection of cattle men; questions
 
Box 86
Work Files: Conferences re: CPS
Miscellaneous planning, etc.
Conference to discuss the establishment of a Consultative Council, Dodge Hotel, Washington (DC), April 16, 1941
Civilian Public Service Conference, Winona Lake (IN), Sept. 1-3, 1941
Conference on the Conscientious Objector, Olivet Institute Church, Chicago (IL), Nov. 15, 1941
Regional Meeting, Amherst (MA), Feb. 14-15, 1942
Inter-Camp Conference, Bethel College, Newton (KS), May 9-10, 1942 [held for representatives from Colorado Springs, Denison, Magnolia & Weeping Water CPS camps]
Conference of Mennonite CPS Camp Directors, Winona Lake (IN), Aug. 5-6, 1942
West Coast CPS Conference, Friends Center, Berkeley (CA), Oct. 8-11, 1942
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: program planning; correspondence
[note that this conference covered some of the history of conscientious objection and of how/why CPS was set up]
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: table of contents for transcription of proceedings
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: transcription of conference proceedings for Nov. 9 th (p. 1-187)
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: transcription of conference proceedings for Nov. 10 th morning (p. 188-260)
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: transcription of conference proceedings for Nov. 10 th afternoon (p. 261-387)
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: transcription of conference proceedings for Nov. 11 th (p. 388-525)
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: transcription of conference proceedings for Nov. 12 th (p. 526-728)
 
Box 87
Work Files: Conferences re: CPS
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: transcription of conference proceedings for Nov. 13 th (p. 729-859)
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: transcription of conference proceedings for Nov. 16 th (p. 860-1079)
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: transcription of conference proceedings for Nov. 18 th (p. 1080-1122)
Assistant Directors’ Training Institute, Friends Meeting House, Washington (DC), Nov. 9 - Dec. 1, 1942: transcription of conference proceedings for Nov. 23 rd (p. 1123-1309)
Southeastern Civilian Public Service Conference, Bridgewater (VA), Dec. 11-12, 1943
Regional CPS Conference, Newton (KS), Dec. 4-5, 1943
Regional Conference of Middle Atlantic Hospital Units, Philadelphia (PA), Jan. 10-11, 1944
Midwest Hospital CPS Conference, Winona Lake (IN), Jan. 13-14, 1944
CPS Conference, Elgin (IL), Jan. 17-25, 1944 [sponsored by the Brethren Service Committee]
Olympia Hospital Conference, Olympia (WA), Feb. 1, 1944
MCC Regional Directors’ Conference, Akron (PA), May 8-9, 1944
Conference on the Social Order, Richmond (VA), May 15-17, 1944 [co-sponsored by the General Committee of CPS]
Denison Camp Directors’ Conference, Nov. 12-15, 1944
Special Projects Conference, New Windsor (MD), Jan. 20-25, 1945 [re: special projects in eastern states]
First Inter-Agency Training School Conference, Friends Meeting House, Philadelphia (PA), Feb. 23-24, 1945 [sponsored by CPS Mental Hygiene Program] and Vineland Training School, Vineland (NJ)
Postwar Pacifism Conference, New Windsor (MD), June 12-13, 1945
Eastern Hospital Conference, Messiah Bible Conference, Grantham (PA), Sept. 23-26, 1945 [sponsored by Mennonite Central Committee]
Ohio Hospital Attendants’ Conference: planning, 1945 [proposed only?]
Postwar Pacifism Conference [#2], New Windsor (MD): correspondence etc., 1945 [proposed only?]
 
Box 88
Work Files: Statistical Reports; Lists
Weekly statistical reports re: CPS camps, 1941 (Oct.-Nov.) [NSB-114]
Weekly statistical reports re: CPS camps, 1942 (missing part of Jan. & all of Feb.) [NSB-114]
Weekly / twice-monthly statistical reports re: CPS camps, 1943
Twice-monthly statistical reports re: CPS camps, 1944
Twice-monthly statistical reports re: CPS camps, 1945
Twice-monthly statistical reports re: CPS camps, 1946 (Jan.-Oct.)
Weekly report “Total Number of Unassigned Conscientious Objectors & Those With Local Board In One State & Living In Another,” ____ (March 16 - Oct. 11) [D.S.S. Form 15]
Religious distribution of COs
Misc. statistical lists & reports
Lists of CPS men by home state ( Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia)
Rosters of CPS camps (#2-12, 14-16, 18-19)
Rosters of CPS camps (#20-29)
Rosters of CPS camps (#30, 32, 36, 39, 43, 48, 52-54, 60, 69, 89, 99, 101, 115, 147)
 
Box 89
Financial Records
Accountant in charge
Civilian bond campaign: clearing sheets -- denominational financial records
Civilian bond campaign: subscriptions, 1942 (Nov.) - 1944
Civilian bond campaign: subscriptions, 1942 (Nov.) - 1944 (cont.)
Civilian bond campaign: subscriptions, 1945-
Civilian bond campaign: subscriptions, 1945- (cont.)
 
Box 90
Financial Records of the Financial Council (American Friends Service Committee / Brethren Service Committee / Mennonite Central Committee) [includes financial status of men in CPS camps, denominational support for CPSers, etc.]
Committee on Interpretation & Finance [see also boxes 83-84]
Non-Historic Peace Church cost & contributions
Compound/consolidated reports, 1941 (Aug.-Sept.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1941 (Sept.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1941 (Oct.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1941 (Nov.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1941 (Dec.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (Jan.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (Feb.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (March)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (April)
 
Box 91
Financial Records of the Financial Council (American Friends Service Committee / Brethren Service Committee / Mennonite Central Committee) [includes financial status of men in CPS camps, denominational support for CPSers, etc.]
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (May)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (June)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (July)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (Aug.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (Sept.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (Oct.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1942 (Dec.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1943 (Feb.-March)
 
Box 92
Financial Records of the Financial Council (American Friends Service Committee / Brethren Service Committee / Mennonite Central Committee) [includes financial status of men in CPS camps, denominational support for CPSers, etc.]
Compound/consolidated reports, 1943 (April)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1943 (June)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1943 (Aug.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1943 (Oct.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1943 (Dec.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1944 (Feb.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1944 (April)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1944 (June)
 
Box 93
Financial Records of the Financial Council (American Friends Service Committee / Brethren Service Committee / Mennonite Central Committee) [includes financial status of men in CPS camps, denominational support for CPSers, etc.]
Compound/consolidated reports, 1944 (Aug.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1944 (Oct.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1944 (Dec.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (Feb.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (April)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (June)
 
Box 94
Financial Records of the Financial Council (American Friends Service Committee / Brethren Service Committee / Mennonite Central Committee) [includes financial status of men in CPS camps, denominational support for CPSers, etc.]
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (June cont.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (June cont.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (Aug.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (Oct.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (Dec.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (Dec. cont.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1945 (Dec. cont.)
 
Box 95
Financial Records of the Financial Council (American Friends Service Committee / Brethren Service Committee / Mennonite Central Committee) [includes financial status of men in CPS camps, denominational support for CPSers, etc.]
Compound/consolidated reports, 1946 (Feb.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1946 (March)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1946 (April)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1946 (June)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1946 (Aug.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1946 (Oct.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1946 (Dec.)
 
Box 96 (1/2 box)
Financial Records of the Financial Council (American Friends Service Committee / Brethren Service Committee / Mennonite Central Committee) [includes financial status of men in CPS camps, denominational support for CPSers, etc.]
Compound/consolidated reports, 1947 (Feb.)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1947 (March)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1947 (April)
Compound/consolidated reports, 1947 (June)
 
Box 97
Reference Material
Newspaper clippings re: COs, 1940
Newspaper clippings re: COs, 1941
Newspaper clippings re: COs, 1944
Newspaper clippings re: COs, 1945
Newspaper clippings re: COs, 1945 (cont.)
Newspaper clippings re: COs -- Lew Ayres, 1942, 1945
Newspaper clippings re: COs -- Desmond Doss (noncombatant medic), 1945 [includes 2 clippings from 1950]


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