Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament Records, 1930-1938

Collection: DG 030


Contact Information
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399 U.S.A.
Telephone: (610) 328-8557 (Curator); Fax: (610) 328-8544
Email: wchmiel1@swarthmore.edu (Curator)
URL: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Creator
Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament
Title
Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament Records
Inclusive Dates
1930-1938
Call Number
DG 030

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
8.75 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
The Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament was active from 1930 to 1936, chiefly in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Through public opinion and personal contacts, PCTD supporters pressured Congress to support total disarmament, including passage of the Frazier Amendment outlawing war. 
Other objectives of the Committee included a Congressional investigation of the munitions industry, opposition to all preparations and training for war (including ROTC), and support for conscientious objectors, both American and those from other countries. The Committee was disbanded in 1938.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
None, except 2 weeks advance order for boxes stored off-site
Alternate Form of Material
Microfilm reels 81.1-81.16
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament and from William I. Hull
Processing Information
Prepared by Peace Collection staff; revised by Anne Yoder, August 2005
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament Records (DG 030), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law

Online Catalog Headings
These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online library/archival catalogs.
See tripod record


Related Collections
None

Historical Background
The Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament was active from 1930 to 1936, chiefly in and around Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Although the group had formed in 1929, its official organization took place following a dinner in honor of A. Fenner Brockway (British Member of Parliament, and Chair of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation) on February 4, 1930.  Dr. William I. Hull was Chair of the Committee throughout its existence, with Sophia Dulles as Executive Secretary.  Active members included Mary Winsor, Mrs. Walter Cope, William Eves III, and Edward N. Wright.  The main emphasis for the Committee’s work was to bring pressure, through public opinion and personal contacts, on Congress to support total disarmament, including passage of the Frazier Amendment outlawing war.  During the General Disarmament Conference, held in Geneva (Switzerland) during 1932, Dr. Hull was the Committee’s representative and sent many reports back on his activities.

Other objectives of the Committee included a Congressional investigation of the munitions industry, opposition to all preparations and training for war (including ROTC), and support for conscientious objectors, both American and those from other countries whose stance caused them to be denied United States citizenship.  The Youth Committee was especially active in giving support to conscientious objectors enrolled in college.

 The Committee’s efforts were accomplished through correspondence, public meetings, marches, dissemination of literature, and through a well-organized Youth Section.  Although membership of the Committee was mostly from the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area, cooperation with other groups – such as the Women’s Peace Union, the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, and the Committee on Militarism in Education – provided a national forum for expressing concerns and working together toward solutions.

The Committee was disbanded in 1938.

Collection Overview
This archival collection comprises the complete records of the Committee, as well as the personal files of Dr. Hull regarding his involvement.  Further correspondence of Dr. Hull may be found in the misc. correspondence (“H”) files, and his correspondence and reports from Geneva may be found in the 1932 General Disarmament Conference file.

Correspondents (in addition to those listed below) include: Brent D. Allinson, Caroline Lexow Babcock, A. Fenner Brockway, H. Runham Brown, Elinor Byrns, Lucy A. Cox, Constance Drexel, Dorothy Detzer, Lynn J. Frazier, Lindley V. Gordon, William B. Harvey, Darlington Hoopes, Frieda Langer Lazarus, Jennie Lee, Frederick J. Libby, Alfred Lief, Ray Newton, Vincent D. Nicholson, John Nevin Sayre, Tucker P. Smith, Walter W. Van Kirk, Oswald Garrison Villard, Lydia G. Wentworth, H. Justice Williams, and E. Raymond Wilson.

All of this collection is stored off-site. Researchers are required to use the microfilm set rather than the original material, either on-site or the reels may be borrowed through interlibrary loan. Only three items (in box 21) have not been filmed. Please contact the Curator if there is a desire to view these items, at least two weeks in advance of a visit.

This checklist was re-written and re-typed from old versions, after the boxes were sent off-site, which accounts for some of the possible discrepancies between this box listing and what might appear on the actual folder labels within the boxes themselves.

Items removed:
Two scrapbooks were removed to the Oversized Items Collection: Scrapbooks, as was a financial ledger.  These item were not included on the microfilm.
- Scrapbook of Misc. Literature from the Committee, 1930-1936
- Scrapbook of Newsclippings, 1930-1936 [covers A. Fenner Brockway, Dorothy Detzer, William I. Hull, Swarthmore College, Toyohiko Kagawa, Jennie Lee, Muriel Lester, Paul Smith, Sophia Dulles, Margaret Cope, General Smedley Butler, Ellen Wilkinson, & large anti-war demonstrations in Philadelphia (PA), etc.]
- Treasurer’s Cash Record, 1931 (April) – 1936 (June)
Six poster designs by students at Moore Institute of Art, Science & Industry (the Philadelphia School of Design for Women) were removed to the Poster Collection.  These items were not included on the microfilm.
The manuscript material (boxes 1-21) for this collection is stored off-site.  Microfilm reels may be borrowed through inter-library loan (three at a time).

Arrangement of Collection
The collection consists of files arranged in the following order: administrative records, financial records, personal files of William I. Hull, organizational correspondence, in chronological and then alphabetical order, and special subject files.




Detailed Description of the Collection
Box 1 [mf reel 81.1] off-site
Committee aims/purpose
Meeting minutes; reports of Treasurer, Executive Secretary & committees, 1930 - 1932 (May)
Meeting minutes; reports of Treasurer, Executive Secretary & committees, 1932 (October) - 1934 (May)
Meeting minutes; reports of Treasurer, Executive Secretary & committees, 1934 (October) - 1938 (June)
Fenner Brockway Dinner, February 4, 1930: correspondence
Fenner Brockway Dinner, February 4, 1930: arrangements; misc.
Releases sent, 1930-1936
Resolutions made, 1931 - 1932 (September)
Publicity: press releases sent
Resolutions of other organizations, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Resolutions of United States Congress & Pennsylvania Legislature
Lists, 1930-1936
Material for speakers, 1930-1936

Box 2 [mf reel 81.2] off-site
Financial Records
Treasurer’s statements, 1930 (February 10) - 1936 (April 28)
Correspondence with Treasurer (W.H. Haviland), 1930 - 1931 (April)
Correspondence with Treasurer (Edward N. Wright), 1931 (April continued) - 1932 (April)
Correspondence with Treasurer (Edward N. Wright), 1932 (April continued) - 1933 (April)  
Correspondence with Treasurer (Edward N. Wright), 1933 (April continued) - 1934 (December)
Correspondence with Treasurer (H. Justice Williams), 1934 (April) - 1935 (October)
Correspondence with Treasurer (H. Justice Williams), 1935 (October continued) - 1937 (March 18)  

Box 3 [mf reel 81.2 continued]
off-site
Personal Files of Dr. William I. Hull

Correspondence (general)
Writings: manuscripts & notes
Writings: published articles  

Box 3 continued [mf reel 81.3] off-site
Personal Files of Dr. William I. Hull
Correspondence with Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament office  

Box 4 [mf reel 81.3 continued]
off-site
Correspondence
A, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
Ba-Bo, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
Br-By, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
Ca-Com, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
Con-Cy, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
D, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
E, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
F, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
G, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
Ha-Hon, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)

Box 4 continued [mf reel 81.4]
off-site
Correspondence
Hoo-Hy, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)

Box 5 [mf reel 81.4 continued] off-site
Correspondence
I-J, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
K, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
L, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
Ma-Me, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
Mi-My, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
N-O, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
P, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
R, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
S, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
T-V, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
Wa-Wi, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)

Box 5 continued [mf reel 81.5] off-site
Correspondence
Wo-Wy, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)
X-Z, 1930 (February) - 1931 (September)

Box 6 [mf reel 81.5 continued]
off-site
Correspondence

A, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
B, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
C, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
D, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
E, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
F, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
G, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Ha-Hi, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Ho-Hy, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
I, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)

Box 7 [mf reel 81.5 continued] off-site
Correspondence
J, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
K, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
L, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Mac or Mc, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
N, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
M , 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
O, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
P, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Q, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
R, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Sa-Si, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Sm-Sy, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
T, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)

Box 7 continued [mf reel 81.6] off-site
Correspondence
V, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Wa-Wim, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Win-Wy, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
X-Z, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)

Box 8 [mf reel 81.6 continued] off-site
Correspondence
A, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
B, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
C, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
D, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
E, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
F, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
G, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
H, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
I, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
J, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
K, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
L, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
M, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
Mc-Mac, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  

Box 9 [mf reel 81.6 continued] off-site
Correspondence
N, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
O, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  
P, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)  Correspondence

Box 9 continued [mf reel 81.7] off-site
Correspondence
R, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
Sa-Sh, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
Si-Sy, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
T, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
U, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
V, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
Wa-Wim, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
Win-Wy, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
X-Z, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)

Box 10 [mf reel 81.7 continued] off-site

Correspondence

A, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
B, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
C, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
D, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
E, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
F, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
G, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
H, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
I, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
J, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
K, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
L, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
M, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
N, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
O, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
P, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
R, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  

Box 10 continued [mf reel 81.8] off-site
Correspondence

S, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
T, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
U-V, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
Wa-Wiz, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
Wo-Wy, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  
X-Z, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)  

Box 11 [mf reel 81.8 continued] off-site

Correspondence

A, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)  
B, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)  
C, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
D, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
E, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
F, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
G, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
H, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
J, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
K, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
L, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
M and Mc, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
N, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
O, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
P, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
R, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)

Box 11 continued [mf reel 81.9] off-site
Correspondence

S, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
T, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
U, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
V, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
W, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
X-Z, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)

Box 12 [mf reel 81.9 continued] off-site
Correspondence
A, 1935 (October) - 1936  
B, 1935 (October) - 1936 
C, 1935 (October) - 1936  
D, 1935 (October) - 1936 
E, 1935 (October) - 1936  
F, 1935 (October) - 1936 
G, 1935 (October) - 1936 
H, 1935 (October) - 1936 
J, 1935 (October) - 1936 
K, 1935 (October) - 1936 
L, 1935 (October) - 1936 
M, 1935 (October) - 1936 
N, 1935 (October) - 1936 
O, 1935 (October) - 1936 
P-Q, 1935 (October) - 1936 
R, 1935 (October) - 1936 
S, 1935 (October) - 1936 
T, 1935 (October) - 1936  
U-V, 1935 (October) - 1936 
W, 1935 (October) - 1936 
X-Z, 1935 (October) - 1936 

Box 13 [mf reel 81.10] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1930-1932: A-L
Literature produced
Literature of other organizations & groups
Cartoons
Governmental documents (United States & Pennsylvania Legislature)
Anti-War Air Maneuvers Demonstration, May 29, 1931
Appeals for members & contributions, 1930
Church Peace Conference, October 1931: correspondence
Congress: correspondence with United States congresspersons, 1931 (December) - 1932 (January)
Disarmament: letters from other organizations, 1928-1931
Disarmament Dinner (with Jennie Lee, M.P.), January 22, 1932
Education (schools, colleges, WILPF summer school): correspondence & lists, 1930-1931
Finances: appeal letters; appeal returns; lists
Frazier, Senator Lynn J.: correspondence, etc., 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
General Disarmament Conference, Geneva (Switzerland): correspondence, etc., 1931-1932
Government: requests to government officials/offices for information or documents,1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Hoover, President Herbert (& staff): correspondence, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Hull, Dr. William I.: correspondence, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Hull, Dr. William I.: reports from Geneva (Switzerland) re: General Disarmament Conference, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Legislative: questionnaires to Congressional candidates re: their stance on disarmament, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Legislative: correspondence, etc., 1930 (March) - 1931 (March)
Legislative: correspondence, etc., 1932 (February-June)  

Box 14 [mf reel 81.11] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1930-1932: M-Z
Meeting (Annual), May 22, 1932
Meetings, 1930 (October) - 1932 (June)
Meetings, 1931 (October-November)
Meetings, 1931 (November 13) - 1932 (May 24)
Meeting (Frieda L. Lazarus), April 11, 1932
Membership letters: 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
National Conference of Social Work (also Disarmament Booth), May 1932
New members & pledges, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Planks, 1932
Pledges (paid), 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Printing, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Publicity, 1926 - 1930 (April)
Publicity, 1930 (October) - 1931 (July) [includes September 1929]
Publicity, 1931 (October) - 1932 (June)
Radio, 1932 (January-February)
Spain, 1931 (October) - 1932 (September)
Students: Intercollegiate Discussion, April 20, 1932  

Box 15 [mf reel 81.11 continued] off-site

Special Subject Files, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September): A-Z

Arms industry: correspondence, 1932
Brockway, A. Fenner: Dinner #2, December 1, 1932  

Box 15 continued [mf reel 81.12] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September): A-Z

Circular Letters, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
Committee records, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September)
Disarmament booths
Executive Committee: meetings
Finances, 1932 (October) - 1933 (May)
Frazier, Senator Lynn J: correspondence, 1932 (October 1)
General Disarmament Conference, Geneva (Switzerland), 1932
Government information, etc., 1932 (October 1)
Hoover, President Herbert
Legislative: Washington (DC), 1932 (October) - 1933 (May)
Legislative: Congress, 1933 (May 29) - 1933 (September)
Legislative: Pennsylvania, 1933
Legislative: various states, 1932 (October) - 1933 (September 30)
Meetings: clubs
Meetings: schools
Members (new), 1932 (October) - 1933 (June 1)
Petitions
Publicity: press releases, 1932 (October) - 1933 (May)
Roosevelt, President Franklin D., 1932 (November) - 1933 (June 8)
Students, 1933 (August)
Youth Conference, May 19, 1933
Winsor, Mary, 1932 (October 1) - 1933 (August 13)  

Box 16 [mf reel 81.12 continued] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September): A-Q
Answers to Club letter (written September 11, 1933)
Appropriations: statistics, 1933 (October 1)
Arms Industry Committee On Investigation, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)
Clippings [newsclippings]
Committee records, 1933 (June)
Disarmament Booth, May 28, 1933
Disarmament School, 1933 (October)  

Box 16 continued [mf reel 81.13] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September): A-Q
Executive Committee: misc.
Fall, Senator
Finances: misc., 1933 (May 28) – 1934 (September)
“Green International” & New History Society
Legislative: Pennsylvania, 1933 (May 28 - September)
Legislative: Washington (DC) – correspondence, etc., 1933 (October) - 1934 (September)
Legislative: Washington (DC), 1934 (January 25 - September17) [includes Winsor hearing, April 14, 1934]
Meeting (Annual): letters to speakers, May 27, 1934
Meetings held, 1933 (May 29) - 1934 (September)
Members (new), 1933 (July) - 1934 (September)
Publicity, 1933 (June 28) - 1934 (September)  

Box 17 [mf reel 81.13 continued] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1933 (October) – 1934 (September): R-Y
Radio, 1934 (January-October)
Radio: addresses given, -1934 (September)
Radio: correspondence, 1934 (January-September)
Radio: fan letters, ?? - 1934 (September)
Record re: munitions record, -1934 (September)
School (Inter) Conference, 1933 (November)
Secret International, ?? - 1934 (September)  

Box 17 continued [mf reel 81.14] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1933 (October) - 1934 (September): R-Y
Misc., 1934 (Summer)
Treasurer (E.N. Wright), 1933 (May) - 1934 (October 1)
United States Congress Against War, 1933 (September-October)
Union for Peace Legislation, 1933-1934
Youth Committee for Total Disarmament, 1933 (October 13) - 1934 (April 3)  

Box 18 [mf reel 81.14 continued] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1934 (October) – 1935 (September): A-P
Circular Letters, 1934 (October 1)
Committees: responses from membership letter, 1934 (October) -
Disarmament School
Executive Committee: correspondence, 1934
Finances: general letters, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
Legislative: United States, 1934 (October 1)
Legislative: Pennsylvania, 1934 (October 1)
Literature sent, 1934 (October 1)
Meeting (Annual), May 26, 1935
Meetings held, 1934 (October) - 1935 (May)
Membership drive, 1935 (Spring)
Movies, 1934 (October 1)
Munitions investigation, 1934 (October 1)
O’Day, Congresswoman (Mrs.)
Plays
Public meetings: speaking engagements, etc., 1934-1935
Publicity: press releases sent, 1934 (October) – 1935 (September)  

Box 19 [mf reel 81.14 continued] off-site

Special Subject Files, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September): Q-Y

Radio: fan mail, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)  

Box 19 continued [mf reel 81.15] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September): Q-Y

Radio speeches (2nd series): Youth Group, May 23, 1935
Radio (2nd series): correspondence with radio stations, speakers & organizations, 1935 (January 5)
Radio speeches (2nd series), 1934 (October) - 1935 (September)
Replies from Senators to members, 1934 (November-December)
Treasurer (H. Justice Williams): correspondence, 1934 (October) – 1935 (September)
Treasurer (H. Justice Williams): Finance Committee, 1934 (October) - 1935 (March 15) [includes list of contributors, 1930-1935]
Treasurer (Edward N. Wright), 1934 (October) - 1935 (January 19)
Union for Peace Legislation, 1934 (October) - 1935 (June 16)
Winsor, Mary, 1934 (October) - 1935 (September) [includes list of signers to petition endorsing Frazier Amendment]
Youth Section, 1934 (October) - 1935 (May)  

Box 20 [mf  reel 81.15 continued] off-site
Special Subject Files, 1935 (October) – 1936 (June): A-O
Booths: conference literature, 1935 (October) - 1936 (May)
Closing of Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament: correspondence, 1938 (October 7-12) [includes several letters re: possible reorganization, November 1935]
Democratic Convention, 1936 [see also Booths]
Disarmament School, 1936 [see also Radio]
Drama, 1935-1936
Emergency Peace Campaign
Essay Contest, 1936 (February)
Finance Committee, 1935 (October) - 1936 (February 6)
Kagawa, Dr. Toyohiko: luncheon (where he spoke on “Pacifism in Japan), Bellevue- Stratford, Philadelphia (PA), January 22, 1936
Legislative delegations: correspondence, 1936 (January 7 - March 3)  

Box 20 continued [mf  reel 81.16]
off-site
Special Subject Files, 1935 (October) – 1936 (June): A-O
Legislative: postcard campaign, 1935-1936 [includes special bills, & correspondence from Pennsylvania & United States legislators, 1935 (January 5) - 1936 (May 25)]
Legislative: Washington (DC), 1935
Literature: production, 1933 (March 6) - 1936 (April 20)
Literature sent, 1935 (October) - 1936 (October 1)
Meeting (Annual): correspondence, 1936
Meeting, May 26, 1935: arrangements made
Meetings, 1935 (May 26 -December 19) [includes several notes from 1936]
Meeting, February 27, 1936  

Box 21 [mf  reel 81.16 continued; 2 pamphlets & 1 leaflet (not filmed) were added to box in 1990]
off-site
Special Subject Files, 1935 (October) - 1936 (June): P-Y
Plays [originals missing from folder 2]
Publicity: press releases, 1936
Publicity about speakers
Radio, 1936 (March)
Unite for Peace Parade, November 9, 1935
Youth Committee
Youth Committee: contributions, 1936
Youth Committee: mailing list
Youth Committee: Highways to Peace (special letter issued), 1935-1936
Misc. membership forms & slips [loosely bound in back of folders]



This file was last updated on May 14, 2012.