Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom [WILPF] Records
Collection: DG 043
ACCESSIONS FROM 2000 – 2013 (September)

 



INDEX: PARTS I - IV (ACCESSIONS through 1999)

INDEX: PARTS V - VIII (ACCESSIONS FROM 2000 - SEPTEMBER 2013)

PART V: WILPF INTERNATIONAL OFFICE & BRANCHES
Miscellaneous records, 1999-current

PART VI: WILPF INC., 1927-1997

PART VII: U.S. SECTION, 2000-current [includes earlier material; see also Part III]
Series A,1: Historical Records
Series A,2: Board, Officer and Member Meetings/Conferences and Papers of Non-Staff Leaders
Subseries A,2.1: Board & Executive Committee Meetings
Subseries A,2.2: Board-Related Material
Subseries A,2.3: Papers of Non-Staff Leaders
A,2.3-a: Tura Campanella Cook
A,2.3-b: Donna Cooper
A,2.3-c: Libby Frank
A,2.3-d: Jean Gore
A,2.3-e: Lucy Haessler
A,2.3-f: Carmelita Hinton
A,2.3-g: Sandy Silver
A,2.3-h: Dolores Taller
A,2.3-i: Phyllis Yingling
A,2.3-j: Collective
Series A,3: Anniversaries and Celebrations
Subseries A,3.1: 60th – 90th Anniversaries, etc.
Subseries A,3.2: Papers of Carmelita Hinton re: Jane Addams Centennial Celebration
Series A,4 -- Part 1: Committees and Conferences, 1920-1959 [see Part III]
Series A,4 -- Part 2: Committees
Series A,4 -- Part 3: Events
Series A,4 -- Part 4: International WILPF Events and Meetings
Subseries A,4 – Part 4.1: Triennial International Congresses
Subseries A,4 – Part 4.2: International Executive Committee
Series A,5: Literature
Series A,6: Legislative Office (Washington, DC)
Series B: Branches
Series C: Correspondence
Series D: Publicity and Media Coverage
Series E: Serial Publications [see retired periodicals collection]
Series F: Photographs [located in Photograph Collection]
Series G: Audiovisuals [located in Audiovisual Collection]
Series H,1: Administrative Records – Legal
Subseries H,1.1: Files of Allen Olmsted
Subseries H,1.2: Files of WILPF Staffpersons
Series H,2: Administrative Records -- Financial
Series H,3: Administrative Records -- Personnel
Series H,4: Administrative Records -- Staff and/or Departmental Files
Subseries H,4.1: Papers of Staffpersons
H,4.1-a: Jerilyn Bowen
H,4.1-b: Marilyn Clement
H,4.1-c: Libby Frank
H,4.1-d: Pamela Jones-Burnley
H,4.1-e: Mary Day Kent
H,4.1-f: Amy Kwasnicki
H,4.1-g: Chris Morin
H,4.1-h: Michelle Rief
H,4.1-i: Phyllis Rubin
H,4.1-j: Debra Zubow
H,4.1-k: Collective
H,4.1-l: Interns
Subseries H,4.2: Development Office
Subseries H,4.3: Finance Office
Subseries H,4.4: Literature Department / Publication Department / Peace and Freedom files
Subseries H,4.5: Membership Department
General
Correspondence with Branches
EML & Renewal Letters / Mailings
Statistics
Branches/Member
Subseries H,4.6: Program Department
Subseries H,4.7: Resource Department
Subseries H,4.8: United Nations Office
Series H,5: Administrative Records -- Policy Statements / Outreach
Series H,6: Administrative Records -- Program and Action Files
Subseries H,6.1: Projects/Campaigns
Subseries H,6.2: Work on Issues
Subseries H,6.3: Surveys / Signed Petitions
Subseries H,6.4: Involvement with Other Groups
Series I: Attacks / Red-Baiting
Series J. Reference Material

PART VIII: JAPA (JANE ADDAMS PEACE ASSOCIATION) [see also Part IV]



CHECKLIST: ACCESSIONS FROM 2000 – 2013 (September)

PART V: WILPF INTERNATIONAL OFFICE & SECTIONS
Box 1
Miscellaneous material, 1920s-1930s
Miscellaneous material, 1960-1969
Miscellaneous material, 1970-1979
Miscellaneous material, 1980-1985
Miscellaneous material, 1986-1989
Transcript of interview by Phyllis Rubin, etc. [file of Olga Bianchi, International President, 1986; audiocassette removed]
Booklet “Report of the Conference: Women with the United Nations for Disarmament, Understanding, Cooperation and Action,” 1987
Booklet “Women in Action for Disarmament, Justice and Peace Conference Report,” 1988
Booklet “In Defence of Human Rights: The Work of the United Nations” by Helen Spraos, ca. 1988-1989
Miscellaneous material, 1990-19940
Booklet “Health and Environmental Effects of Nuclear Radiation from Weapons Production and Testing,” International Women’s Day Gathering, 1990
Booklet “Consultation on Arms and the Environment, 8 March Women’s Gathering,” 1991
Booklet “WILPF Democracy Discussion,” ca. 1991-1992
Booklet “NGO Seminar on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights as a Prerequisite to Peace: A Challenge for Women,” 1992
Rainbow report by the WILPF Rainbow Committee, 1998 (May)
Miscellaneous material, 1995-1999

Box 2
Booklet “Breaking the Barriers to Peace in the Middle East: A Women’s Dialogue,” 1997
Booklet “European Women’s Conference on Nuclear Weapons and Security Needs,” 1998
Booklet “The Third Wave: A Report of the 1998 Gertrude Baer Seminar – Young Women for Peace and Freedom,” 1998
Booklet “European Women’s Conference on Nuclear Weapons and Security Needs,” 1998
Booklet “’The Right to Peace’: Report of the 1998 International Women’s Day Seminar”
Booklet “Women Define Globalization: A Discussion Paper,” 1999
Booklet “Women Meeting the Challenges of Economic Globalisation in Pursuing Alternative Development Strategies for Peace in the Asia-Pacific Region, Tokyo, Japan, October 18-22, 1999”
Pamphlets, etc., 1990s: “Report of the Gertrud Baer International Women’s Seminar: ‘Overcoming Racism – Living Together,’ Pensier, Switzerland, 3-6 August 1993”
Pamphlets, etc., 1990s: “The Time Is Ripe for a More Effective International Law” by Robert Kehl, 1996
Pamphlets, etc., 1990s: “Search for Peace in the Middle East: A Brief Records of Efforts by WILPF to Further Peaceful Solutions of the Conflict in the Middle East / Missions and Meetings, Policies and Actions, 1930-1996,” 1997
Pamphlets, etc., 1990s: “Human Rights Violations Against Women During War and Conflict: Report of a Roundtable Discussion Parallel to the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, April 1, 1997” by Sonja Wolte, 1997 (August)
Pamphlets, etc., 1990s: “Global Crisis at the End of the Twentieth Century” by Janet Bruin, 1998
Miscellaneous material, 2000-2002
International Women’s Day Seminar, 2001
Pamphlets: “Women Peacemakers Program: Non-Violent Conflict Resolution Training – A Guide”
Pamphlets: “Actions to Break the Barriers to Peace in the Middle East International Seminar,” 2001 (July)
Booklet “Reports from the EU Seminar in Goteborg, June 15-16, 2001. The European Union – A Peace Project?,” ca. 2001-2002
Miscellaneous material, 2003-2006
Miscellaneous material, 2007-2011
Booklet “Gender Equality and Development: Transitions in the U.N.,” ca. 2007
Issue “Paying the Price” (International Peace Update 73:1, September 2008)
Booklet “Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom [history], 1915-2010”
Miscellaneous material, undated

Box 3
WILPF International directories, 1996-2007
Aotearoa Section
Argentine Section (LIMPAL)
Bolivia Section (LIMPAL) and Brazil Section
British (Great Britain) Section
Canada Section [includes booklet “The Canadian Women’s Budget” by Ottawa Branch, 1993]
Canada Section: speeches etc. of Josie Wallenius, ca. 1986
Chile Section (LIMPAL)
Colombia Section (LIMPAL)
Costa Rica (LIMPAL)
France
Germany
Israel
Japan
Lebanon
New Zealand
Nicaragua: efforts [no Section]
Peru Section (LIMPAL) and Uruguay Section
United Kingdom [Great Britain] Section
LIMPAL: general

[for the International Executive Committee, see Part VI, Series A,4 – Part 4]

PART VI: WILPF Inc.
Box 1
Certificate of Incorporation; by-laws
Miscellaneous material, 1927-1929
Bequest: estate of Amanda F. Lauterbach, 1927-1930
Miscellaneous material, 1930s-1940s
Bequest: estate of Anna M. Galbraith, 1932-1962
Miscellaneous material, 1950s
Miscellaneous material, 1960s
Miscellaneous material, 1970-1974
Miscellaneous material, 1975-1979
Miscellaneous material, 1980s
Bequest: estate of Lyda H. McKenzie, 1982-1986
Miscellaneous material, 1990-1997 [dissolved in 1997]

PART VII: U.S. SECTION, 2000-current [includes earlier material; see also Part III]
SERIES A,1: HISTORICAL RECORDS
Box 1
Mission and vision; principles and policies
Incorporation as nonprofit organization
Constitution, 1980-1998
By-laws, 1977-1999 [includes efforts re: changes]
By-laws, 2000-2010 [includes efforts re: changes; see also By-Laws Committee]
WILPF structure
History, - 1940 [may be duplicates from Parts I, II and III]
Histories of WILPF (published and unpublished)
Histories of WILPF (published and unpublished) (continued)
History of WILPF: transcript of interview with Kay Camp by Regan Foster Bresnahan, December 8, 1980
History of WILPF: memories by four WILPF Presidents
History of WILPF: “Feminism and Peace” by Ethel Jensen, 1982
History of WILPF: “‘The Sum of All Villainies’: The Emergence of the Woman’s Peace Party during World War I” by Virginia Fish, 1989
History of WILPF: “Dispute Resolution in the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom” by Jane Midgley, 1992 (December) [final paper for Seminar on Negotiation and Dispute Resolution]
History of WILPF: “From Hull-House to the Hague: Jane Addams and International Peace” by Rima Schultz, 1994
History of WILPF: “Linking Structure and Culture to Change: Insights into a Local Branch of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom” by Suzanne Leta, ca. 2001 [file of Libby Frank]
History of WILPF: “Suffrage in the Woman’s Peace Party” by David Orr, 2002
History of WILPF: “Leadership for Peace: Reflections by Past Presidents of WILPF, United States Section, 1967-2005,” 2006
History of WILPF: “Generations of Courage: The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom from the 20th Century into a New Millenium,” 2004
History of WILPF: “A Festival of Hope: Celebrating 90 Years of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom,” 2007 [includes Australian Section information]
History of WILPF: African-American women in WILPF
History of WILPF: articles by Nagako Sugimoro re: Jane Addams and WILPF, 1998

Box 2
History of WILPF: “Pioneering the Future: A History of WILPF in Slides” [no slide show with this title]
History of WILPF: “Year of the Woman” and “A Single Woman” (plays re: Jeannette Rankin)
History of WILPF: “Most Dangerous Women” (play), 2002
History of WILPF: Women’s Peace Oral History Project, 1985-1986; 1996-1997
History of WILPF: oral history project
History of WILPF: winning of 2008 James E. Chaney Freedom Prize
History of WILPF: “Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Throughout the Years: 94 Years,” ca. 2009
Evaluations of WILPF, 2004-2007
Evaluation project by Haverford College students (“WILPF: Spreading the Word in Philadelphia and Beyond”), 1997
Closing of Philadelphia office building / leaving of staff, 2007-2008
Emails re: sale of Philadelphia office building
Letterhead
Biographical information: collective biographies
Biographical information: A-B
Biographical information: Charlotte Adams
Biographical information: Jane Addams
Biographical information: Donna Allen
Biographical information: Evelyn Alloy
Biographical information: Emily Green Balch
Biographical information: Olive Beasley
Biographical information: Ione Biggs
Biographical information: Jessie Binford
Biographical information: Kenneth Boulding
Biographical information: Jerilyn Bowen
Biographical information: Amelia Boynton
Biographical information: Sophonisba Breckenridge
Biographical information: Anne Peabody Brown
Biographical information: Alice Franklin Bryant
Biographical information: Vinie Burrows
Biographical information: C-E
Biographical information: Virginia Collins
Biographical information: Blanche Wiesen Cook
Biographical information: Winifred F. Courtney
Biographical information: Phoebe Cusden

Box 3
Biographical information: [Ms.] Marion R. Davis
Biographical information: Jody Dodd
Biographical information: Helen Gahagan Douglas
Biographical information: Rachel Davis DuBois
Biographical information: Crystal Eastman
Biographical information: Irene Eckert
Biographical information: Dorothy Elderdice
Biographical information: Dorothy Daggett Eldridge
Biographical information: Elsie Elfenbein
Biographical information: F-G
Biographical information: Gillian Russell Gilhool
Biographical information: Jean Gore
Biographical information: Phyllis Grunauer
Biographical information: H-K
Biographical information: Alice Hamburg
Biographical information: Lois Hamer
Biographical information: Erna Prather Harris
Biographical information: Connie Hogarth
Biographical information: Ardelle Hough
Biographical information: Sadie Hughley
Biographical information: Anne Ivey
Biographical information: Aletta Jacobs
Biographical information: Helen Kusman
Biographical information: L-O
Biographical information: Marianne Littman
Biographical information: Thelma Marshall
Biographical information: Marcia McLane
Biographical information: Ruth Allan Huckins Miner
Biographical information: Margaret Moseley
Biographical information: Maude Muller
Biographical information: Vivien Myerson
Biographical information: Tracy D. Mygatt (and Frances Witherspoon)
Biographical information: Otto Nathan
Biographical information: Mildred Scott Olmsted
Biographical information: Interviews with and books about Mildred Scott Olmsted, 1985-1991
Biographical information: Janet N. Neuman
Biographical information: Mildred Scott Olmsted (typescript by Anita Martin, 1986)
Biographical information: Eleanor Otterness
Biographical information: P-W
Biographical information: Laura Partridge
Biographical information: Joan Patchen
Biographical information: Rose Paull
Biographical information: Miriam G. Seidler
Biographical information: Rebecca Shelly
Biographical information: Genie Silver
Biographical information: Katharine Smith
Biographical information: Clara Vincent
Biographical information: Alice Walker
Biographical information: Lea Zeldin
Biographical information: Mary Zepernick

Box 4
U.S. Section Directory, 1980-1983
U.S. Section Directory, 1983-1984
U.S. Section Directory, 1984-1985
U.S. Section Directory, 1985-1986
U.S. Section Directory, 1987
U.S. Section Directory, 1988
U.S. Section Directory, 1989

Box 5
U.S. Section Directory, 1990
U.S. Section Directory, 1991
U.S. Section Directory, 1992
U.S. Section Directory, 1992
U.S. Section International Directory, 1993-1995
U.S. Section Directory, 1994
U.S. Section Directory, ca. 1996
U.S. Section Directory, 1997
Membership Directory (draft), 1997
International Directory, 1998
U.S. Section Directory, 1999
Lists of Board Members, ca. 2002-2005
U.S. Section Directory, 2003
U.S. Section Directory, 2004
U.S. Section Directory, 2005
U.S. Section Directory, 2006
U.S. Section Directory, 2007
Branch Directory (online version), 2011

SERIES A,2: BOARD, OFFICER AND MEMBER MEETINGS / CONFERENCES AND PAPERS OF NON-STAFF LEADERS
Subseries A,2.1: Board & Executive Committee Meetings
Box 1
Resolutions: list, 1920-1938
Annual Meetings of Board Officers: meeting minutes, 1928, 1936, 1939-1944, 1951-1996 [includes by-laws]
Biennial Meeting, June 1981: finances/contributions [file of Libby Frank]
Biennial National Meeting, 1981 [file of Lynn Minkoff]
Biennial Meeting, 1983
National Board Meeting, March 1984 [file of Libby Frank]
Biennial National Meeting, June 1985 [combined file of Libby Frank and Pamela Jones-Burnley]
Biennial National Meeting, June 1985: finances and fundraising
National Board Meeting, September 1985
National Board Meeting, September 1985: evaluations, etc.
Executive Committee Meeting, 1986 (May 9-11)
National Board Meeting, September 1986: evaluations; housing and meals; etc.
Board meeting/s, 1986: notes [by Development Office staff?]
Executive Committee Meetings, 1987
Biennial Congress, June 1987
Biennial National Meeting (and Board Meeting), Seattle (WA), June 1987: evaluations by attendees
National Board Meeting, 1987 (October): notes

Box 2
National Board Meeting, February 1988
National Board Meeting, September 1988
National Board Meeting, September 1988: evaluations by attendees
Executive Committee Meeting, January 1989
National Congress, June 1989
National Congress, June 1989 (continued)
Board Meeting, 1989 (June)
National Board Meeting, September 1989
Officers’ Meeting, October 1989
Board Meeting, March 14-18, 1990
Board Meeting, October 1990
Board Meeting, March 1991
National Congress, 1991 (June)
Biennial Congress, 1991
National Congress, June 1991 [file of Pamela Jones-Burnley]

Box 3
National Congress, June 1991 [file of Peggy Orner]
National Congress, June 1991 [file of Phyllis Rubin]
Leadership Institute [held at WILPF National Congress] 1991: evaluations, etc.
Board Meeting, October 1991
Officers’ Meeting, November 1991
Board Meeting: hospitality, October 1992
Board Meeting, March 20, 1993
National Congress, July 1993
National Congress, July 1993: reports on workshops
National Congress: sing-along with the Tacoma WILPF Retro Actives, 1993
Biennial Congress, 1993: resource table notes
National Congress, July 1993: newsletter from Congress Resistance, Reconciliations and Renewal (#1-4)
Leadership Institute [held at WILPF National Congress], 1993
Board Meeting, March 1994
Board Meeting, October 1994
National Board Meeting, June 2-4, 1995
Board meeting, February 1996
National Board Meeting Minutes, 1996 (July)

Box 4
National Congress, July 1996 [file of Beth Trigg]
Board Meeting, October 1996
National Board Meeting, May 1997
Resolutions: An Index Correlated with Principles and Policies, June 1997
Board Meeting, October 1997
Board Meeting, February 1998 (includes resolution)
National Board Meeting, September 11-13, 1998
National Board Meeting, March 1999
National Triennial Congress, St. Louis (MO), June 23-27, 1999
Board Meeting, October 1999
National Board Meeting, March 2000
Board Meeting, October 2000

Box 5
National Board Meeting, March 2001
National Board Retreat, June 29 - July 1, 2001
Board Retreat, June 2001
Board Meeting, October 2001
National Board Meeting, April 2002
28th Triennial Congress, June 2002: general [U.S. WILPF only]
28th Triennial Congress, June 2002: general (continued) [U.S. WILPF only]
28th Triennial Congress, June 2002: registration forms; correspondence re: scholarships, etc. [U.S. WILPF only]
28th Triennial Congress, June 2002: Program Committee and program book [U.S. WILPF only]
28th Triennial Congress, June 2002: evaluation forms and summaries [U.S. WILPF only]

Box 6
28th Triennial Congress, June 2002: financial reports and budget [U.S. WILPF only]
28th Triennial Congress, June 2002: auction bids [U.S. WILPF only]
National Board Meeting, November, 1-3, 2002
National Board Meeting, Philadelphia (PA) March 15-16, 2003
National Board Meeting, Philadelphia (PA), October 17-19, 2003
National Board Meeting, Philadelphia (PA), April 23-25, 2004
National Board Meeting, Philadelphia (PA), October 1-3, 2004
National Board Meeting, Philadelphia (PA), April 1-3, 2005
WILPF 29th Triennial National Congress [90th Anniversary], August 2005: general [U.S. WILPF only]

Box 7
WILPF 29th Triennial National Congress [90th Anniversary], August 2005: email correspondence [U.S. WILPF only]
WILPF 29th Triennial National Congress [90th Anniversary], August 2005: auction bids [U.S. WILPF only]
Board Meeting, November 2005
Board Meeting, April 2006
Board Meeting, October 2006
Board Meeting, April 13-15, 2007
Board Meeting, November 2007
WILPF 30th Triennial National Congress “Moving Forward, Making Peace,” 2008
Board Meeting, 2008
Board Meeting, 2009
Board Meeting, 2010
Triennial Congress “End of War: Local to Global,” Chapel Hill (North Carolina), June 1-5, 2011: general [U.S. WILPF only]
Triennial Congress “End of War: Local to Global,” Chapel Hill (North Carolina), June 1-5, 2011: budget/finances for National Congress [U.S. WILPF only]
Board Meetings, 2011
Report and resolution, undated

Subseries A,2.2: Board-Related Material
Box 1
Board Members: lists, 198_ - 2011
Board Member profiles (biographical information)
Board member staff profiles, 2005
Board position descriptions and agreements
Executive and Board policies and structure
Board guidelines (on communication, consensus, etc.)
National Board Procedures Manual, 1993 (June)
Board elections: procedures; general guidelines
Board elections: responsibilities of Board members
Board elections, 1970s
Board elections, 1980s
Board elections: nominating petitions, etc., 1987
Board elections, 1989
Nominating Committee and elections, 1990-1991, 1999
Applications to be Board Member, 2001-2002?
Applications to be Board Member, 2004-2005
Board elections by region, etc. [includes biographical information]
Nominations for Board representative to the International Executive Committee (WILPF), 2003 [and other dates?]

Box 2
Board of Directors: goals and plans
Goal development and setting for 1996-1999 Board
Strategic planning / long-range planning, 1992-2007
Planning: Program Committee, etc., 2010-2011
Planning: notes and reports of conference calls, etc., 2010-11 (cont.)
Strategic Planning Session, September 29-30, 2007
Retreats, September 6, 1989 and Sept 22, 1989
Board Resource Development Training, October 12, 1991
Board and Staff Program and Development Meeting, August 14, 1999
Program/Campaign Planning Retreats, 2003
Change Mavens

Box 3
Board member orientation material, etc., 1960s-1980s
Board orientation packet, 1985-1987
Board orientation packet, 1991 (June)
Board orientation, 1997
Board orientation packet, 2001 (June)
National Board orientation packet, 2002 (July)
Board orientation materials, 2002-2005
Board Member Packet, 2004
National Board orientation packet (2005-2008)
Regionalization [file of Dolores Teller]
Restructuring/regionalization, 1980s-1990s [file of Mary Zepernick]
Board efforts re: diversity policy, 1999-2001
Board members volunteering at WILPF office, etc.
Board fundraising workshop led by Elizabeth Ann Terry, March 15, 2003
Board of Directors: finances and financial policy, 1982, 2003-2004

Box 4 (1/2 box)
Board-related material, 1982-1989
Board-related material, 1990-1999
Board-related material, 2000-2009
Memo from co-Presidents re: WILPF’s program and goals, 2009
Board-related material, 2011
Collaboration meetings
Board-related material, undated

Subseries A,2.3-a: Papers of Tura Campanella Cook (Board Member?)
Box 1 (1/2 box)
Emails, 2007-2011
Participation on WILPF Middle East Committee, 1991
Involvement with Austin Branch of WILPF
Participation in Women and War events, Austin, TX, 1991
Attendance at Women’s Geneva Conference for Israeli-Palestinian Peace, Geneva, Switzerland, 1991 (May 13-15)
Attendance at International NGO Conference on Peace and Security in the Middle East, Florence, Italy, 1991 (December 6-8)
Interest in the Middle East
Fundraising how-to’s

Subseries A,2.3-b: Papers of Donna Cooper
Box 1 (1/2 box)
Board (general)
Development Committee
Program Committee
Finance Committee
Biennial, 1987
Most Dangerous Women

Subseries A,2.3-c: Papers of Libby Frank
Box 1 (1/2 box)
Correspondence
Emails to/from Libby Frank, 2010-2011
Emails to/from Libby Frank, 2012-
Membership Council, 2008
Membership Council, 2009-2011 [see also By-Laws Committee, 2011-2012 in Series A,2 – Part 3]

Subseries A,2.3-d: Papers of Jean Gore
Box 1
Biographical information
Correspondence
Efforts while U.S. President (or V-P)
Letter from Hillka Pietilla (Finland), 1985; biographical information and writings, etc., of H.P.
Oxford Research Group, 1986
Visit to China, 1986
Visit by Chinese Women, 1988-1990
Workshops re: roils of violence and women’s empowerment, circa 1992-1994
Involvement with International WILPF, 1994
Attendance at WILPF International Executive Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, 1994 (August 9-13)
Japan at peace, circa 1994
Women in Japan, circa 1994
Peace Train, West Coast, 1996
Attendance at 27th International WILPF Congress, Baltimore, MD, 1998 (July 24-31)
Jane Addams, etc.
Booklet “Children and Peace” by Massimo de Santi and Giovanna Pagani, 1991 [published by International WILPF; signed by authors]

Subseries A,2.3-e: Papers of Lucy Haessler
Box 1
Articles by and about Lucy
Correspondence
Biennial, Boston, 1973
Biennial, Ypsilanti, 1981
Biennial, Haverford, 1983
Biennial, Asheville, NC, 1985
Biennial, Seattle, 1987
Triennial, England, 1974
Triennial, Tokyo, Japan, 1977
Triennial, New Haven, CT, 1980
National Board

Box 2
Brussels – Berlin
Convoy
John Conyers, Jr. / Legislative Seminar, Washington, 1965 (January)
Leah Halper
Alice Herz
HUAC-WILPF-WSP, 1965
Legislative seminar, 1979
Letters – Proclamations, Congressional correspondence
Miscellaneous
Pax et Libertas: correspondence with Janet and Edith
Peace satellite, UCSC
Jeanette Rankin, Paul Robeson, Malvina Reynolds, Paulings-Braden

Box 3 (1/2 box)
Vietnam – Joan Baez, 1979
Western Region I

Subseries A,2.3-f: Papers of Carmelita Hinton
Box 1
Biographical information
Engagement calendar, 1960
Correspondence
Involvement with WILPF committees
Trips west, 1959
WILPF: visits of Russian women, 1962
Hall of Fame, 1960
Jane Addams Hall of Fame, 1966-1968
Jane Addams Hall of Fame, 1966-1968 (continued)
Jane Addams Hall of Fame, 1966-1968 (continued)
Saving Hull-House, Chicago, 1961
Efforts re: China
Need for racially integrated field work, 1959
Minority opinion of board members re: Bertrand Russell’s call for a war crimes tribunal for 1966-1967
Speech/es made
Notes
Article by Jane Addams “A New Conscience and an Ancient Evil,” 1911
Reference material

Subseries A,2.3-g: Papers of Sandy Silver
Box 1
Biographical information re: activism
Fliers, programs
Program ideas and efforts
Questionnaires
Miscellaneous re: WILPF
Publicity and media coverage
Thesis by Sandy Aronin Silver “The Undaunted Doves," 1990    
Profiles of WILPF women
Autobiographical paper by Ruth Hunter
Historical research and writing by Jennifer Pitino and others (UCSC student project)
Sema Aissen fundraiser, 1992
Felicity Hill Tour, 1997
Frantz, Marge, March 15, 1998

Box 2
Beach Flats
Beach Flats (continued)
Beach Flats (continued)
Beach Flats: housing
Beach Flats: newsclippings
WILPF Peace Camp
Peace Train:  West Coast, 1996
Economic conversion
WILPF’s 80th anniversary, 1995
WILPF’s 85th anniversary, 2000-2001: celebrity auction (online)

Box 3 (1/2 box)
Speakers Bureau, 1989
Speakers Bureau: questionnaire, 1989-1990
Speakers Bureau: list, 1989-1990

Box 4 [acc. 2013-045]
Communications Committee: media / public relations, 1999-2006
Membership Committee and outreach, 1993-2006
Program Committee and campaigns, 1996-2006
Finances, 1998
Finances, 1999
Finances, 1999: purchase orders
Finances, 2000
Finances, 2001
Finances, 2002
Finances, 2003
Finance Committee, 1999-2005
Finances: correspondence
Finances: International, 2000-2005
Fundraising, 1997-2004
Fundraising: Working Assets, 2000-2004
Fundraising: fundraiser tea, 2002
Fundraising: donor calls, 1996-2000
Fundraising: Sister Branch calls, 1997-2004

Box 5 (1/2 box) [acc. 2013-045]
U.S. WILPF nominations for International officers, 2003
D.C. Office, 1998-2001
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, 2006
Interns, 2000-2001
Cuba
Depleted uranium, 2005-2006
Iraq war, 1998-2004
Middle East, 2001-2007
Middle East: speaking tour of Aliyah Strauss, 2002
Race Raves: UCLA and UCSC, 2001-2002

Box 6 [acc. 2013-055]
Correspondence: miscellaneous
International WILPF
Peace Camp
Efforts re: Yugoslavia, 1999
Region I (West): miscellaneous, 1997-1999
Region I (West): anniversaries / branch celebrations (75th, 80th, 85th)
Region I (West): gathering, 2003
Region I (West): financial records, 1999-2002
California Cluster meetings and branch reports, 2000-2007
California Cluster meetings and branch reports, 2008-2010
Pajara Valley Branch: miscellaneous
Santa Cruz Branch: history
Santa Cruz Branch:  biographies (obituaries) of WILPF women -- assorted
Santa Cruz Branch: biographies (obituaries) of WILPF women – Joyce McLean

Box 7 [acc. 2013-055]
Santa Cruz Branch: annual meetings, 2001-2009
Santa Cruz Branch: meeting agendas, 1998-2001
Santa Cruz Branch: meeting agendas, 2007-2011
Santa Cruz Branch: meeting minutes, 1998-2001
Santa Cruz Branch: meeting minutes, 2008-2011
Santa Cruz Branch: Program Committee -- meeting minutes and notes
Santa Cruz Branch: financial records -- treasurer’s reports, 1997-2001
Santa Cruz Branch: financial records -- treasurer’s reports, 2008-2011
Santa Cruz Branch: fundraisers
Santa Cruz Branch: fundraiser for 90th anniversary
Santa Cruz Branch: event flyers
Santa Cruz Branch: membership and recruitment
Santa Cruz Branch: letters to the Editor
Santa Cruz Branch: media coverage
Santa Cruz Branch and Berkeley – East Bay Branch: efforts re: corporations

Subseries A,2.3-h: Papers of Dolores Taller
Box 1
Involvement with WILPF National
Miscellaneous correspondence
Attendance at meetings and events, 1967
Correspondence etc. re: restructuring of WILPF (national), 1971-1973
Executive Committee, 1983 (February)
National Board, 1983-1984
Nominating Committee, 1983-1985
Program and Action, 1983-1984
Executive Committee, 1985 (February and June)
Biennial restructuring and evaluating the effectiveness of WILPF, 1985-1986
Chairing Program and Action Committee: correspondence and reports, etc, 1985-1987
Purchasing Koinonia Farms’ products to benefit WILPF, 1985-1987
National Board [includes personnel matters], 1986
Literature Committee: discussions re: resources, etc., 1986-1987
Evaluations by Branches of program planning and selection process, 1987
National Meeting, Seattle (Washington), 1987
“Breaking the Silence” and follow-ups, 1987

Box 2 (1/2 box)
Involvement with WILPF National
WILPF National, 1988
International Executive Committee, 2000
Fundraising Committee, 2003
Exhibition of Ben Shahn’s works at Taller home for JAPA fundraiser, Berkeley (California), September 9, 1984
Luncheon honoring Ruth Chalmers, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), May 14, 1994
Remembering Erna P. Harris, 1995
Dinner honoring Alice Hamburg and JAPA, Berkeley (California), February 22, 1997

Box 3
Involvement with WILPF National
Middle East Committee, 1974-1976
Middle East Committee, 1977
Middle East Committee, 1978
Middle East Committee, 1979
Middle East Committee, 1980
Middle East Committee, 1981
Middle East Committee, 1982

Box 4
Involvement with WILPF National
Middle East Committee, 1983
Middle East Committee, 1983 (continued)
Middle East Committee: letters to/from government officials, 1983-1984
Middle East Committee, 1984
Middle East Committee, 1984 (continued)
Middle East Committee, 1984 (continued)
Middle East Committee, 1985
Middle East Committee, 1985 (continued)

Box 5
Involvement with WILPF National
Middle East Committee, 1985 (continued)
Middle East Committee, 1986
Middle East Committee, 1987
Middle East Committee: Organizers’ Consultation, Santa Cruz (California), October 30 - November 1, 1987
Middle East Committee, 1988
Middle East Committee, 1988 (continued)
Correspondence 1988
Lily Moed: efforts for peace in the Middle East, 1988-1990
Middle East Committee, 1989

Box 6
Involvement with WILPF National
Middle East Committee, 1990
Middle East Committee: efforts re: Palestinian Women, 1990
Material developed re: Gulf War, 1990-1991
Material developed re: Middle East, 1990-1991
Middle East Committee, 1991
Middle East Committee, 1992
Relief money sent to Gaza-Palestine WILPF, 1992-1993
Middle East Committee, 1993
Middle East Committee, 1994
Middle East Committee, 1995

Box 7
Involvement with WILPF National
Middle East tour, 1978
Middle East tour: materials about trip, 1978
Middle East tour: follow-up material, 1978
Literature produced re: the Middle East, 1979-1980
Middle East Committee: finances, 1982-1986
Middle East Committee: intervention map, etc.
Setting up Middle East legislative network (and after), 1982-1984
Middle East Letterwriter/Legislative network and mailings, 1980-1986
Middle East Letterwriter/Legislative networks: to/from government officials, 1982
Middle East Letterwriter/Legislative network and mailings, 1987-1991
Replies to questionnaires by Middle East Committee network members, 1987

Box 8
Involvement with WILPF National
WILPF Biennial: workshop on anti-Semitism and Israel, 1981
Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy: position re: Middle East, 1979-1984
Committee for the Middle East Peace Conference Petition, 1984-1985 [includes copies of signed petitions]
Middle East Peace Network
Middle East Working Group, 1983
Dolores Taller’s journals from the trips to the Middle East
Articles re: the Middle East for Peace and Freedom: correspondence, etc.
Articles re: the Middle East for Peace and Freedom: Nancy Greenberg
Articles on the Middle East for Peace and Freedom: Rachelle Marshall
Articles re: the Middle East for Peace and Freedom: John Masterson [includes responses by readers, etc.]
Literature re: Middle East: correspondence, etc. [includes “Jaffa Wants to Live”]
Syrian Arab women’s publications (2)

Box 9
Involvement with WILPF Local Branch/es
Berkeley Branch, 1969
Berkeley Branch, 1970s
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1980
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1981
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1982
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1983
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1984
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1985
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1986
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1987
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1988
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1989

Box 10
Involvement with WILPF Local Branch/es
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1990
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1991
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1992
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1993-1994
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1995-1996
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 1997-1999
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 2000
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, 2001-2003
Berkeley East-Bay Branch, undated
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: logbook by (staff? volunteers?) of what was accomplished each day, 1986 (March) - 1991 (March 26)
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: directory of members [and other lists?]
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: Middle East Committee
Berkeley East-Bay Branch:  Race Waves -- planning and event, 2000-2001
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: Task Force on Women and the Budget, 1986
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: Task Force on Women and the Budget, 1987

Box 11
Involvement with WILPF Local Branch/es
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: Task Force on Women and the Budget, ca. 1987
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: 70th anniversary
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: JAPA Children’s book gifts to libraries
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: 70th anniversary fundraiser
Berkeley East-Bay Branch: 80th Anniversary of WILPF
Northern California Cluster and State Branch meetings, 1973-1999 [incomplete set]
Regional Development Committee, 1984-1985
Regional restructuring
Regional structure evaluation, 1983
Region 1 (Western) 1978, 1982-1986
Region 1 (Western) 1991-1992

Subseries A,2.3-i: Papers of Phyllis Yingling
Box 1
Chronology of WILPF involvement, etc.
Involvement with WILPF, 1999-2002 (summer) [includes writings and talks given]
Correspondence
Attendance at NGO Forum on Women, Vienna, Austria, 1994
Attendance at WILPF IEC meeting, 1999 [photos removed]
Attendance at WILPF International Congress, 2004
Attendance at WILPF International Congress, 2005
Involvement with WILPF Steering Committee, 1999-2002
Involvement with WILPF Issue Committee, 2003-2005
Involvement with WILPF’s Past Presidents Committee
WILPF efforts to combat racism while Yingling was President of WILPF (U.S.)
Miscellaneous involvements and interest in women’s issues

Box 2 [acc. 06A-023]
Notes re: involvement with WILPF
Service as Board member
Miscellaneous correspondence and notes
Correspondence with Marcia Ann Gillespie (MS. Magazine), 1999
Planning for International Congress at Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland
Planning for and attendance at National Board Meeting, 1999 (March)
Planning for and attendance at Triennial Congress, 1999 (June)
Planning for and attendance at National Board meeting, 1999 (October)
Planning for and attendance at National Board meetings, 2000
Attendance at National Board meeting, 2001 (March)
Attendance at National Board meeting, 2002 (April)
Planning for and attendance at Triennial Congress, 2002 (June)
U.S. National Board, 1999-2000
Correspondence as National Board member, 1999

Box 3 [acc. 06A-023]
Correspondence as National Board member, 2000
Correspondence as a National Board member, 2001   
Correspondence with/about National Board members, 2001 [includes Letters to the Editor]
Correspondence with/about National Board members, 2002      
Participation in Development Committee, 1999-2000
Participation in Development Committee
Involvement with Fundraising Committee, 1996-1997
Efforts re: finances/budget
Staff Concerns, 1999-2000
Involvement with Region III
Collaboration with JAPA

Box 4 [acc. 06A-023]
Efforts re: 85th Anniversary
Testimony given re: modern pit facilities, Department of Energy (Washington, D.C.), July 16, 2003
Correspondence etc, re: the Middle East
Efforts re: UFORJE Campaign
Attendance at Women’s Peace Breakfasts (sponsored by Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson), 2003-2004
Attendance at (?) Women 2000: Beijing Plus Five Conference, Wilmington, Delaware, November 9, 1999
Participation in Feminist Expo, 2000
Attendance at the Conference of Women for Responsible National Security, (Washington, D.C.), December 2-3, 2000
Participation in (?) Women Waging Peace initiative
International meetings and correspondence, 1999
Attendance at IEC meetings, 2000-2001
Planning for international Congress in Jerusalem, 2001 [postponed]
Resolutions for IEC

Subseries A,2.3-j: Collective Papers of Non-Staff Leaders
Box 1 (1/2 box)
Collective names
Edith Ballantyne
Regina Birchem
Betty Burkes
Kay Camp: correspondence; letter to the editor, 1996
Kay Camp: WILPF membership in U.S. National Commission for UNESCO, 1980-1983
Anne Ivey (President): correspondence
Anne Ivey: correspondence with Ruth Ann Brown, 1986-1988 [includes information on Dean Reed]
Yvonne Logan
C.J. Minster (Program Chair): Email mailings sent, 2006-2008 [includes several responses]
Genie Silver:  writings and responses
Emails of Genie Silver and others re: Middle East Committee and Save the Water Campaign, 2009-2011
Mary Zepernick: correspondence
Mary Zepernick: articles written, etc.

SERIES A,3: CELEBRATIONS
Subseries A,3.1: 60th-90th Anniversaries, etc.
Box 1
Jane Addams Centennial, 1960 [file of Carmelita Hinton; see also acc. 02A-002]
Governor proclamations re: Jane Addams’ month/year, 1960
60th anniversary, 1975: planning, etc.
60th anniversary, 1975: fundraising and celebration [file of Dorothy Steffens]
Dinner in honor of Mildred Scott Olmsted, 1977 (October 1)
Kay Camp testimonial dinner, 1979 (May 23)
65th anniversary, 1980: Northeast Region celebration, Philadelphia, PA, 1980 (October 17)
65th anniversary, 1980: planning; dinners; etc.
68th anniversary, 1983: miscellaneous
68th anniversary, 1983: planning, etc.
70th anniversary, 1985: planning, etc.
70th anniversary, 1985: dinner and reception (speaker: Coretta Scott King), Philadelphia, PA, 1985 (April 26)
70th anniversary, 1985: correspondence; form letters
70th anniversary, 1985: large donations; sponsors
70th anniversary, 1985: speakers

Box 2
70th anniversary and Peace and Freedom Award
70th anniversary, 1985: planning for special anniversary issue of Peace and Freedom
70th anniversary, 1985: planning for special anniversary issue of Peace and Freedom -- greetings order
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- composite list; form letters
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Arizona
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- California
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Colorado
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Florida
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Illinois/Indiana
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Maryland
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Michigan/Minnesota/Missouri
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- New England Branches
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- New York
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- North Carolina
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Ohio/Oregon
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Pennsylvania
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Washington
70th anniversary, 1985: Branch celebrations -- Wisconsin
Mildred Scott Olmsted dinner, 1986: preparations
Mildred Scott Olmsted dinner, 1986: correspondence; form letters sent
Mildred Scott Olmsted dinner, 1986: publicity; media coverage

Box 3
Luncheon for Edith Ballantyne, Cosmopolitan Club, Philadelphia, PA, 1987 (June 11)
Peace and Freedom dinner celebrating “Women in the Arts,” 1988
Peace and Freedom dinner celebrating “Women in the Arts,” 1988b (continued)
74th anniversary, 1989
75th anniversary, 1990: committees and Branch representatives
75th anniversary, 1990: meeting minutes
75th anniversary, 1990: planning, etc.
75th anniversary, 1990: planning, etc. (continued)
75th anniversary, 1990: correspondence
75th anniversary, 1990: form letters; invitations
75th anniversary, 1990: publicity; media coverage
75th anniversary, 1990: mailing (and/or attendee?) lists
75th anniversary, 1990: Branch celebrations
75th anniversary, 1990: slide show
75th anniversary, 1990: hosting of celebration (May 2) by Penn’s Women’s Center, University of Pennsylvania

Box 4
75th anniversary, 1990: Museum Catering Company
75th anniversary, 1990: expenses/budget
75th anniversary, 1990: fundraising
75th anniversary, 1990: fundraising -- chart/s of donations
75th anniversary, 1990: honoree Gro Harlem Brundland
75th anniversary, 1990: honoree Alice Walker
75th anniversary, 1990: program book
75th anniversary, 1990: greetings order forms for program booklet
75th anniversary, 1990: text (draft) of introduction at dinner celebration, by Genie Silver
75th anniversary, 1990: evaluations
Reception and booklet honoring Ruth Sillman, 1992 (October 16)
80th anniversary, 1995
Dessert party in honor of Betty Burkes and Marilyn Clement, San Francisco, CA, 1997 (February 20)
‘150 years/265 years’ celebration, 1998 (September 12)
Cocktail/buffet party in honor of International Women’s Day, 1999 (March 8)
85th anniversary, 2000
Dinner and award ceremony in honor of Kay Camp, Philadelphia, PA (March 24)
Dinner party at home of Mary Day Kent and Edgar Bermudez, Philadelphia, PA, 2002 (August 16)

Box 5 (1/2 box)
90th anniversary, 2005
90th anniversary, 2005: “Conceived in War, Born for Peace, A Reader’s Theatre Play,” 2005
90th anniversary, 2005: advertisements for congress booklet
90th anniversary, 2005: celebration advertisements, 2005
Celebrations, undated

Subseries A,3.2: Papers of Carmelita Hinton re: Jane Addams Centennial Celebration [acc. 02A-002]
Box 1
Centennial Committee: efforts
Centennial Committee: efforts (continued)
Education Committee
Labor Union Committee
Library Committee
Social Work Committee
Cooperating organizations
Reports, etc.
Writings re: Jane Addams by others: Norman Thomas

Box 2
Misc. correspondence, 1958
Misc. correspondence, 1959 (January-July)
Misc. correspondence, 1959 (August-December)
Misc. correspondence, 1960 (January-March)
Misc. correspondence, 1960 (April-May)
Misc. correspondence, 1960 (June-December)
Misc. correspondence, 1961 (January-March)
Misc. correspondence, 1961 (April-December)
Correspondence with Gertrude Bussey; Sarah Conant; Roger Baldwin; John Haynes Holmes
Correspondence with Peg (Mrs. Harlo) Beals
Correspondence with Jessie Binford
Correspondence with Dorothy Detzer Denny
Correspondence with Hazel Foster

Box 3
Correspondence with/about Dr. Alice Hamilton
Correspondence with Alma Peterson
Correspondence witch Hilda Satt Polacheck (artist)
Correspondence with Margaret Seeler (Centennial artist)
Correspondence with Eleanor Vaughan
Correspondence with Jane Addams’ family
Correspondence with colleges (A-H)
Correspondence with colleges (I-P)
Correspondence with colleges (R-Y)
Correspondence with Rockford College
Letters to/from governors
Correspondence with libraries
Correspondence with the NAACP [includes pamphlets]

Box 4
Correspondence re: religious press coverage, and sermons
Correspondence with schools and with Young Citizen Leagues
Jane Addams Refugee House Project
Resolutions re: Jane Addams by WILPF and other organizations
Governors’ and Mayors’ proclamations and other governmental recognitions of Jane Addams
Preparations of leaflets, etc.
Tapes re: Jane Addams Centennial
Copyright rights given to JAPA from James Weber Linn
Reprints of Jane Addams articles
Reprinting of Jane Addams’ book Peace and Bread
Pictorial biography of Jane Addams
Creation of Centennial Reader

Box 5
Creation of Centennial Reader
Writings re: Jane Addams by Dorothy Elderdice for Centennial
Requests for material from libraries
Requests for material from libraries (continued)
Requests for material from libraries (continued)
Peace fairs
Jane Addams stamp
Publicity ideas
Publicity idea: Global Napkins
Mailing list: Branch chairs and Centennial representatives
California: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
California: Los Angeles -- Branch/local inquiries and efforts

Box 6
Colorado: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Connecticut: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Delaware: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
District of Columbia: Washington: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Florida: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Georgia: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Illinois: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Iowa: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Maryland: Baltimore -- Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Massachusetts: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Michigan: Detroit -- Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Minnesota: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Missouri: St. Louis --  Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Missouri: St. Louis – Branch/local inquiries and efforts [Mary (Mrs. Thomas) Hall]
Missouri: St. Louis -- Branch/local inquiries and efforts
New Jersey: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
New York: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
North Carolina: Branch/local inquiries and efforts

Box 7
Ohio: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Oregon: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Pennsylvania: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Rhode Island: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Tennessee: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Texas: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Washington: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Wisconsin: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Jane Addams Branch: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
Canada: Branch/local inquiries and efforts
National Association of Social Workers: fact sheets etc. re: JA
Information/Publicity: kit from the National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, 1959
Talks re: Jane Addams by others
Writings re: Jane Addams
Reference: writings re: Jane Addams

SERIES A,4 -- PART 2: COMMITTEES
Box 1
Committees, 1920-1959
Committee lists
Ad Hoc Committee on Fundraising and Tax Exempt Status, 1982
Ad Hoc Committee to Explore Renewing WILPF’s Washington [D.C.] Presence, 1997
Advisory Committee
Africa Issues Committee
Asia/Pacific Committee
Budget Review Committee
Building the Beloved Community Issue Committee
By-Laws Committee, 2011-2012 [includes conference calls; “consensused decisions”]
Campaign Committee
Central American Committee
Change Mavens Project, 1996-1997
Change Mavens Project, 1998
Change Mavens Project, 1999 [includes work on by-laws, and answers to questionnaire “Building WILPF for the 21st Century”]
Chemical Weapons Committee and Nerve Gas Task Force, 1986
Civil Liberties Committee
Collaboration Committee
Committee for a More Effective WILPF
Committee for an Effective WILPF, 1985
Communications Committee
Core Budget Committee
Corporations vs. Democracy Issue Committee [envisioned only?]
Corporations, Trade and Democracy Committee
Cuba Action Committee
Death Penalty Issue Committee
Development Committee, 1996-1998

Box 2
Development Committee, 1999
Development Committee, 2000
Development Committee, 2001
Development Committee, 2002
Development Committee, 2003          
Development Committee, 2005-2007, undated
Disarmament Committee / DISARM! Dismantle the War Economy Committee, 1998-
Disarmament Committee Planning Retreat, February 22-24, 2002
Education, Committee on
End Wars Issue Committee
Environment Committee
Finance Committee, National: meeting minutes, 1968-1983

Box 3
Finance Committee, 1983-1986, 1997, 2002-2007 [incomplete sets]
Finance Committee: memos and letters (Anne Nelson)
Fundraising Committee, 1983, 1993-1994
Fundraising Committee, 1995-1996
House Committee, 1985 (May 15)
Investment/Endowment Committee: Meeting Minutes, memos, etc., 1979-1983, 1986
Issue Committee
Issues Committee on Africa, 1999-2001
Issue Committees: work plans, 2000
People interested in issues and/or issue committees, ca. 1999
Labor Committee
Leadership/outreach Committee and Leadership Development Committee
Legislative Committee, 1985
Legislative Working Group
Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgendered Issue Committee
Literature Committee

Box 4
Long-Range Planning Committee, 1992
Reports from Long-Range Planning Discussions, ca. 1993
Membership Committee, 1993-1999
Middle East Committee, 1981-1989
Middle East Committee: Correspondence of Joyce Asfour (Chair), 1985-1986
Middle East Committee, 1990-1992
Middle East Committee: Hanan Awwad (Palestinian Section, WILPF), 1990
Middle East Committee, 2000-
Middle East Committee: Letterwriting Network
National Congress Committee
Nominating/Nominations Committee
Past Presidents Legacy Committee: lists
Past Presidents Legacy Committee, 2003

Box 5
Past Presidents Legacy Committee, 2004
Past Presidents Legacy Committee, 2004 (cont.)
Past Presidents Legacy Committee, 2005
Past Presidents Legacy Committee, 2006
Peace and Freedom Award Committee: Nominations, 1988
Peace and Freedom Award Committee: Nominations, 1988 (cont.)
Peace Education Committee
Personnel Committee, 1981-1983
Personnel Committee, 1984-1985
Personnel Committee, 1986-1987
Personnel Committee, 1988-1989

Box 6
Personnel Committee, 1990-1994
Personnel Committee, 1995-1999, undated
Planned Giving Task Force
Policy Committee
Program and Action Committee, 1980s
Program and Action Committee/Program Committee, 1986, 1995-1999
Program Committee, 2000-2007
Publications Committee
Racial Justice Proposal Committee
Racism Committee
Rainbow Committee
Regional Development Committee
Restructuring and Reevaluation Committee, 1980s-1990s
Ruth Chalmers Planned Giving Fund Committee, 2004
Southeast Asia Committee; Asia/Pacific Committee
Southern Africa Committee, 1986
Staff Concerns Committee, 1999-2003
Staff Concerns Committee: Staff Union (IWW Branch #650)
Staff Support / Human Resources Committee, 1996, 1998
Staff Support Committee

Box 7
Steering Committee, 1985-1997
Steering Committee, 1998
Steering Committee, 1999
Steering Committee, 2000
Steering Committee, 2001
Steering Committee, 2002-2004
Steering Committee, 2005-2007
Steering Committee; Board meetings, 2005 [file of Mary Day Kent]
Steering Committee: list of members, undated
UFORJE Committee / Leadership Team
United Nations Committee
Women’s Rights Committee
Feminist Task Force
Latin America Working Group: Legislative Update, June 16, 1998
Racial Justice Working Group, 1998-1999

SERIES A,4 -- PART 3: EVENTS
Box 1
Events
Events, pre-1970
Sponsorship of 3rd Congress for Women of the Americas “The Role of Women in a World of Crisis,” Bogata, July 1970: Fundraising
Attendance by Eleanor Fowler (with WILPF delegation) at Stockholm Peace Conference, Nov. 28-30, 1970
Dedication of the Jane Addams Peace House (1213 Race St.), Nov. 10, 1972
World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976: petition, 1975-1976: general [see Subseries H,6.3 for signed petitions]
Fundraising; benefit performances, 1976-1981
WILPF Conferences on Racism, Oct. 27, 1979: papers by Libby Frank, Anne Braden and others

Box 2
Events
Soviet-American seminars/delegations, 1980s
U.S.-Soviet Women’s seminars, 1981-1986
Book: “Women in the U.S.S.R.” (1960) given to WILPF [signed by four Soviet Women
Co-sponsorship of U.S.-U.S.S.R. Women’s Seminar, Bryn Mawr (PA), Nov. 16-19, 1981: correspondence re: grant
Sponsorship of Women and the Federal Budget Conference, Madison, Wisconsin, April 25, 1981
Fundraising: Concert by Bright Morning Star and Betsy Rose and Cathy Winter, Oct. 10, 1981
Paul Robeson fundraiser, 1981
Attendance by Jean Gore and Marjorie Boehm at 35th Annual Conference on World Affairs, Boulder (CO), April 4-9, 1982
Events, 1982
Fundraiser: Cocktail party with Joanne Woodward, June 18, 1983
Banquet “Women United in Action for Peace” (at Biennial meeting), June 18, 1983
Fundraiser: Solar Sunday Brunch, Rosemont (PA), Nov. 18, 1984
Women’s Speaking Tour on Central America, 1984
Soviet Women’s Commission greetings to WILPF U.S., June 1985
Sponsorship of Ambassador Inga Thorsson Luncheon, Cosmopolitan Club, Philadelphia (PA), Nov. 7, 1985
Sponsorship of Young Women’s Seminar, 1985
Co-sponsorship with Women Strike for Peace of 4-day Post Office action, Washington (DC), November 12-15, 1985
Co-sponsorship and participation in / attendance at 9th U.S./USSR Women’s Seminar, June 1986 / Soviet Women’s Tour
Co-sponsorship and participation in / attendance at 9th U.S./USSR Women’s Seminar, June 1986 / Soviet Women’s Tour (continued)

Box 3
Events
Attendance by Lois Hamer at Regional Seminar for Women’s Organizations of Asian and Pacific Countries…, Tasken (Uzbek), October 2-6, 1986
Attendance by ____ at the World Congress, Copenhagen (Denmark), October 15-19, 1986
Attendance(?) by Ardelle Hough at the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign Conference, December 5-7, 1986
Co-sponsorship of Soviet Women’s Committee / WILPF summit and tour, 1986 [file of Libby Frank]
Sponsorship of Speaking Tour “What Is Security?,” 1986-1987: planning; mailings; reports; etc.
Attendance by ____ at “In Search of Peace” Conference, San Salvador (El Salvador), ca. 1986-1987
Participation by ____ in International Conference on the Relationship Between Disarmament and Development, New York (NY), 1987
Attendance by ____ at 4th Women’s Solidarity Affair in the Philippines, April 7-12, [1989?]
Co-sponsorship of “An Evening to D.efend the Bill of Rights,” December 10, 198_
Events, 1990s
Attendance by WILPF delegation at Soviet Seminar, April 9-18, 1990 [1 item in folder]
Co-sponsorship of national anti-war/weapon mobilization, Washington (DC), June 10-12, 1990
Participation in “The End of the Cold War? A Challenge to Activists” Conference, New York (New York), March 29, 1990 [file of Jane Midgley]
Joining of delegation with WILPF’s March to Baghdad, 1991
Sponsorship [co-sponsorship?] of People’s Trial Coalition and event, July 3, 1992 [file of Donna Cooper?]
Involvement in (and attendance at) “50 Years Is Enough,” August 17, 1994
Involvement in (and attendance at) International Citizens’ Assembly to Stop the Spread of Weapons, New York (NY), April 20-21, 1995
Sponsorship(?) of “Beyond Beijing: Plan of Action” workshop, Philadelphia (PA), December 2, 1995
Sponsorship by Harrisburg Branch of United Nations World Conference on Women at Beijing, March 1996 [talk given by staffperson ‘Z’]
Attendance by ____ at Women’s Budget Project Training, October 19, 1996
Involvement in (and attendance at?) Nuclear Abolition Summit, 1996
Attendance by Marii Hasegawa at Niwano Peace Prize (#13) Ceremony, Japan, 1996: “Today” photo album [prize awarded to Hasegawa; photocopy only in folder of album; photos removed to Photograph Collection]
Attendance by Gillian Gilhool at International Women’s Day meetings, 1997 [file of Gillian Gilhool]
Co-sponsorship of the Truth and Reconciliation Symposium, November 15, 1997
Co-sponsorship of speaking tour of Cecilia Rodriguez (Zapatista Army of National Liberation, Mexico), 1997
Women’s Peace and Justice Treaty of the Americas event, McLean (VA), ca. 1997: photo album [photocopy of album in folder only; photos removed to Photograph Collection??]

Box 4
Events
WILPF delegation to “The Conference for Solidarity Among Women,” Havana (Cuba), April 13-16, 1998
WILPF delegation to Cuba: study packet “Women, Leadership and Political Participation,” ca. 1998
Co-sponsorship of Nuclear Test Ban Call-In Day, July 16, 1998
WILPF delegation to “Today and Tomorrow: Women and the Environment,” China, June 5-19, 1998 [this may have been a WILPF International event]
Attendance by WILPF group at United Nations DCP General Assembly Special Assembly on the Problem of Drugs, June 6-10, 1998
Sponsorship of conflict resolution workshop, September 11, 1998
Sponsorship of “150 Years – 265 Years: A Celebration of Women’s Activism…,” Philadelphia (PA), September 12, 1998
WILPF delegation to International Women’s Day Conference, Cuba, March 6-16, 1999
Sponsorship of reception/meeting “WILPF in Seattle: Stop the WTO!,” December 28, 1999(?)
Attendance by ____ at National Coalition for Peace and Justice Retreat, Convent Station (NJ), January 26-30, 2000
Sponsorship of Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty [NPT] training, February 26, 2000: evaluations received
Participation in Feminist Expo 2000 as exhibitor (and attendance by WILPF staff and members), Baltimore (MD), March 31 – April 2, 2000
Participation in and attendance by ____ at Mobilization for Global Justice’s Days of Action, Washington (DC), April 8-17, 2000
Attendance by WILPF staff and members at Million Mom March, Washington (DC), May 14, 2000 [WILPF was a “Supporting Group”]
Participation in (through speaking engagement / WILPF workshop?) and attendance at National Women’s Studies Association Conference, Boston (MA), June __, 2000
Participation(?) in march and demonstration during Republican Convention, July 2000 [includes information re: arrests of protestors]
Attendance by ____ in Conference of Women for Responsible National Security, Washington (DC), December 2-3, 2000 [WILPF was part of the Campaign of Women for Responsible National Security Task Force]
Attendance by ____ in Back From the Brink meeting, December 3, 2000
Report of Adjoa Aiyetoro on Americas Regional Preparatory Meeting, Santiago (Chile), Dec. 3-7, 2000
Miscellaneous events, 2000-
Events: World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrmination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance
WCAR: general information
WILPF initiatives against racism in preparation for WCAR, 2000-2001
1st Preparatory Committee Meeting for 3rd WCAR, May 1-5, 2000

Box 5
Events: World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrmination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance
NGO Organizing Meeting for the WCAR, Philadelphia (PA), June 17, 2000
WCAR: Interagency Task Force Meeting, Washington (DC), Nov. 28, 2000
Informal Consultation of the Preparatory Committee for WCAR, Geneva (Switzerland), January 15-16, 2001
Forum of the Americas for the WCAR, Quito (Ecuador), March 13-16, 2001
Participation in WCAR: general/planning
WCAR: correspondence
U.S. Delegation to WCAR: information packet/s
WCAR: WILPF delegation -- bios/applications
WCAR: WILPF delegates -- itineraries
WCAR: bank transfers; bookings
Accommodations during WCAR
WCAR: reports; documents from conference

Box 6
Events: World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrmination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance
Articles/reports written after conference
WCAR: Adjoa A. Aiyetoro, 2001
Agreements to criteria for WILPF/UNFORGE delegation to the WCAR NGO Forum, 2001
World NGO Forum of the WCAR, South Africa, August 27-Sept. 1, 2001
Events
Co-sponsorship of International Women’s Day events, Philadelphia (PA), March 2001
Co-sponsorship of IWY event “Women and Armed Conflict…,” Philadelphia (PA), March 3, 2001
Forum of the Americas for the WCAR, Quito (Equador), March 13-14, 2001
Attendance by Barbara Simmons at NGO Meeting on International Indigenous Rights, Washington (DC), March 22, 2001
Delegation? To First Annual Dennis Clark Solas Award Reception and Dinner in honor of Daniel Berrigan, S.J., and Martin Sheen, Philadelphia (PA), May 16, 2001
Planning for Atlantic Seaboard / Southeast Regional Conference “Women for Responsible National Security,” June 22-24, 2001 [cancelled]
Sponsorship of 2nd WILPF Gathering, Rochester (VT), July 1-7, 2001 [1 item only in folder]
Attendance by Gillian Gilhool at United Nations Conference on the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects, New York (NY), July 9-20, 2001
“Combating Racism Together: A Guide to Participating in the U.N. World Conference Against Racism”
Co-sponsorship of meeting for women to plan “Women’s Action: Stop the War…,” Philadelphia (PA), October 20, 2001
Sponsorship of “What Really Happened in Durban?” event, Philadelphia (PA), October 26, 2001
Attendance by Jody Dodd at meeting of the Coalition Against the American Correctional Association, August 21, 2001
Co-coordination of Women’s Weekly Anti-War Picket and Speakout (every Wednesday), November 28 – December 19, 2001
Sponsorship of WILPF Disarmament Conference, San Francisco (CA), February 22-24, 2002 [1 item in folder]
Efforts re: April 20th Mobilization (to Stop the War at Home and Abroad), Washington (DC), 2002
Co-sponsorship of Non-Violent March against the War on Iraq, Washington (DC), September 29-30, 2002 [1 item in folder]
Attendance by ____ at “Women Reinventing Globalization” (9th International Forum of AWID), Guadalajara (Mexico), October 5, 2002
Attendance at CodePink Vigil, Lafayette Park (Washington, DC), January 23-26, 2003
Co-sponsorship of Libby Day re: H.R. 40 (The Reparations Study Bill), May 21, 2003
Co-sponsorship of WILPF/CODEPINK Gathering, Rochester (VT), June 26-30, 2003
Attendance by Vicki Ferguson (Legislative Organizer) at Cuba Consultation, 2003
Co-sponsorship of Keep Space for Peace Week, 2003? 2004?
WILPF delegation to the United Nations, 2004 (March)
Attendance by two WILPF members at Bioneers Conference, San Rafael (CA), October 15-17, 2004
WILPF delegation to World Social Forum, Porto Alegre (Brazil), January 2005 [file of Mary Day Kent]
Sponsorship of Pink Power Inaugural Ball, January 22, 2005
Attendence(?) by ____ at Younger Women’s Task Force Meet-Up, January 28-30, 2005
Co-sponsorship of protest at Vandenberg Space Command, May 21, 2005 (circa)
Sponsorship of Past Presidents of WILPF events, 2006
Participation in the unveiling of the Jane Addams statue (and dinner) by Regina Birchem, April 6, 2006

Box 7 (1/2 box)
Events
Co-sponsorship of Keep Space for Peace International Week of Protest, October 1-8, 2006
WILPF delegation to Cuba, November 20-25, 2006
Sponsorship of 1st U.S. Social Forum, Atlanta (GA), June 27 – July 1, 2007 [including World Court of Women]
Sponsorship of “Every Woman a Peace Woman: Creating a Coordinated Agenda to Prevent War,” Ferndale (MI), October 20, 2007
Sponsorship(??) of Fifth National Congress, Rwanda / Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Group, Amacumi Lodge, Cyangugu Province, Rwanda, October 19-21, 2008
Sponsorship of discussion by three activists “The Other Side of the News: What’s Going On In Gaza?,” Germantown (PA), January 24, 2009
Sponsorship of “Step Out to Bring Clean Water to the Children of Palestine,” Philadelphia (PA), March 27, 2010
Sponsorship of [2nd] U.S. Social Forum, Detroit (MI), June 22-26, 2010
“Amplifying the Voices of Women in Pursuit of Peace,” New York (New York), March 2, 2012
Attendance by ____ at NPT Review Conference, 200_
Sponsorship of Children’s Campaign Against Gun Violence, Philadelphia (PA), June 29, 2___
Co-sponsorship of “Images of Sexuality and Gender in Cuba” video showing and discussion, April 18, ____
Undated events

SERIES A,4 -- PART 4: INTERNATIONAL WILPF EVENTS AND MEETINGS
Subseries A,4 – Part 4.1: Triennial International Congresses
Box 1
Triennial International Congresses [contains much about U.S. Section participation and/or sponsorship of the congresses]
6th International Congress, Prague (Czecho-Slovakia), August 24-28, 1929: list of women named in Congress report
15th International Congress, Asilomar (California, USA), July 8-13, 1962
19th International Congress, Birmingham (England), July 17-20, 1974
21st International Congress, Hamden (Connecticut, USA), Aug. 19-23, 1980: correspondence to/from U.S. WILPF Presidents; lists; etc.
21st International Congress, Hamden (Connecticut, USA), Aug. 19-23, 1980: correspondence to/from Barbara Armentrout
23rd International Congress, Woudschoten-Zeist (Netherlands), July 23-29, 1986
24th International Congress, Sydney (Australia), July 14-25, 1989: general
24th International Congress, Sydney (Australia), July 14-25, 1989: delegate/alternate applications
25th International Congress, St. Cruz (Bolivia), July 01-06, 1992: general
25th International Congress, St. Cruz (Bolivia), July 01-06, 1992: recommendations and applications for  delegates/alternates to Congress
26th International Congress, Helsinki (Finland), August 1-6, 1995
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: general
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: general (cont.)

Box 2
Triennial International Congresses [contains much about U.S. Section participation and/or sponsorship of the congresses]
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: general (cont.)
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: general (cont.)
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: “The Third Wave”: A Report of the 1998 Gertrud Baer Seminar – Young Women for Peace and Freedom
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: planning
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: Media kit
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: Fundraising
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: Financial records
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: Registration forms (A-D)
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: Registration forms (E-H)
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: Registration forms (I-P)
27th International Congress, Baltimore (Maryland, USA), July 25-31, 1998: Registration forms (R-Z)
28th WILPF Triennial Congress, 2001

Box 3
Triennial International Congresses [contains much about U.S. Section participation and/or sponsorship of the congresses]
[unnumbered] International Congress “Water, Woman, Peace,” Gothenburg (Sweden), August 2-8, 2004: general
[unnumbered] International Congress “Water, Woman, Peace,” Gothenburg (Sweden), August 2-8, 2004: documents given out (reports, etc.)
[unnumbered] International Congress “Water, Woman, Peace,” Gothenburg (Sweden), August 2-8, 2004: applications to be a delegate (A-M)
[unnumbered] International Congress “Water, Woman, Peace,” Gothenburg (Sweden), August 2-8, 2004: applications to be a delegate (N-Z)
29th International Congress, Santa Cruz (Bolivia), July 21-27, 2007: general
29th International Congress, Santa Cruz (Bolivia), July 21-27, 2007: general (cont.)

Box 4 (1/2 box)
Triennial International Congresses [contains much about U.S. Section participation and/or sponsorship of the congresses]
29th International Congress, Santa Cruz (Bolivia), July 21-27, 2007: general [file of Mary Day Kent]
Subseries A,4 – Part 4.2: International Executive Committee
International Executive Committee [contains some material about U.S. Section participation]
Meeting, Costa Rica, 1990 (August)
Miscellaneous, 1992-2007
Nominations for the IEC and officers, 1992
Meeting, Switzerland, 1993 (August)
Organization Development Committee, 1996
Meeting, Great Britain, 1997 (July-August)
Meeting, Costa Rica, 1999 (August)
Meeting, Germany, 2000 (July-August)
Meeting, Switzerland, 2001 (July-August) [file of Phyllis Yingling]
Nominations for the IEC and officers, 2001
Nominations for the IEC and officers, 2003

SERIES A,5: LITERATURE
Box 1
Annual (and bi-annual) reports and program brochures
Resource guides and lists
Letterhead stationary
Certificate “Peace and Freedom Award” [not filled out]
Pamphlets and bookmarks
Postcards and cards
Cards made by Phyllis Yingling and distributed by WILPF
Leadership manual, 1969
Miscellaneous literature, 1970s-1980s
“Roots of [the] Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom,” 1977
“The Budget and You: A Novel of Passion! Power! Love and Lust for Money” by Madeline Duckles, 1979
“Building Blocks for Peace” by Margaret Comstock, 1979
Guns vs. Butter packet, 1981
Disarmament packet, 1981
Women and the economy packet, 1982
“Give Peace a Chance: Soviet Peace Proposals and U.S. Responses,” 1983
“Women, Taxes and Federal Spending” by Beth Robinson, 1983
“On U.S. Gobal Intervention” by Kay Camp, 1985
Central America packet, 1986
“Listen to Women for a Change,” 1986 (June)
Program packet “What Is Security?,  ” 1986
“The WILPF Story: Then and Now,” 1986

Box 2
Intervention packet, 1988
“To Attain Peace in Central America,” 1988 (February)
Chile Boycott packet, 1989
Middle East packet, 1989
Undoing Racism packet, 1989
Report “A Summary of Branch Action on: - Undoing Racism, - Disarmament, - Tax Day,” 1989
Miscellaneous literature, 1990s
Study packets on the Middle East, 1990
“Philippine Notebook: Stories of Strength and Defiance” by Twila Jacobsen, ca. 1990
Study packets “Middle East Crisis,” 1991
“The Women’s Budget: Fourth Edition,” 1991
“WILPF Organizing How-Tos,” 1990, 1992
“History of Racism, Slavery and Resistance in the Americas: An Annotated Bibliography” by Jerilyn Bowen, 1993
“The Invisible Nuclear War” by Carol Brouillet (etc.), 1993
Pamphlet “Women’s Peace and Justice Treaty of the America’s,” circa 1993 (in English and Spanish)
“Commemoration Suggestions for the United Nations 50th Anniversary,” 1994
“WILPF Peace Train Calendar,” 1995
“Generations of Courage” by Roberta Spivek, 1995 (March)
“Women’s Budget” (Special Edition), 1996 (February)
“Nukes in a Nutshell: A Guide to Nuclear Disarmament,” 1997
Budget Literacy packet, 1998
“The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Presents: 150 Years. 265 Years. A Celebration of Women’s Activism Across the Generations”
Challenging Corporate Power study packet, 1999 (October)
“Challenge Corporate Power, Assert the People’s Rights,” ca. 1999

Box 3
“WILPF Delegation Study Packet: Women, Leadership and Political Participation,” 1999 [for IWY Conference in Cuba?]
“A Citizen’s Guide to the World Trade Organization,” 1999
“International Women’s Day Delegation and Conference: Women, Health and the Environment,” 1999
Truth and Reconciliation packet, 1999 (November)
Miscellaneous, 2000-
“Challenging Corporate Power: Assert the People’s Rights” packet, 2000 (January)
Mobilization for Global Justice organizer’s packet, 2000 (February)
“News in Review Compendium” for Reaching Critical Will initiative, 2000
“Nuclear Disarmament: What Next? Exploring the Next Steps in Nuclear Disarmament through the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty 2000-2005,” 2000
“Nuclear Truth Commission,” 2000
“Talking Nukes: An Education Resource for People Interested in Nuclear Issues and Disarmament,” 2000
“’Women and the Media’ Delegation to Cuba” study packet, 2000
“Action to Break the Barriers to Peace in the Middle East,” 2001 (July)
“Communications Manual” by Theta Pavis, 2002
Disarmament packet, 2002
“NGO Shadow Report on Nuclear Disarmament. Accountability is Democracy. Transparency is Security,” 2002 (April)
“Mil-CORP ConneXion Manual,” 2003

Box 4
Booklet “Nuclear Disarmament: What Now?,” 2005
Resource packet “Women Challenge U.S. Policy: Building Peace and Justice in the Middle East” packet, 2005
“Save the Water: A Curriculum Study Guide,” 2005
Loose-leaf campaign booklet “Challenge Corporate Power, Assert the People’s Rights,” 2006 [revised edition]
Pamphlet “WILPF 90 Years. Leadership for Peace: Reflections by Past Presidents of WILPF, United States Section, 1967-2005,” 2006
“Feminist Action Guide,” 2006
“Improper and Abusive Recruitment of Children into the U.S. Armed Forces: An Alternative Report…,” 2007
“Democracy/Corporations Campaign Design Workshop” packet, 200_
Round Table Toolkit “Women’s Vision,” 200_
Leadership manual, 1969
Loose-leaf booklet “WILPF Organizing How-To’s,” 1990, 1992
Material from new branch organizing packets, ca. 1980s-1990s
New Branch Organizing Packet, ca. 1995
New Branch/Group Organizing Packet, ca. 1997
New Branch/Group Organizing Packet “Make Peace a Reality!,” 2002
New Branch/Group Organizing Packet, ca. 2003
Membership Campaign packet, 1992-1993

SERIES A,6: LEGISLATIVE OFFICE
Box 1
History of the Legislative Office
Dedication / grand opening of Holland House (Legislative Office on Capitol Hill), October 8, 1987
Discussions re: opening of a WILPF office in D.C., 1997-1998
Lease and rent agreements (110 Maryland Avenue NE, Washington, DC) [see Series H,2]
Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads, Attorneys at Law (work done on tax status and incorporation), 1995-1996
Closing of office, 2005
Personnel records
Job descriptions
Gillian Gilhool: biographical information
Gillian Gilhool: self-performance review, June 9, 2000  
Gillian Gilhool: participation in WILPF staff meetings, 1998-
Jeannette Rankin Internship Program
Internship Program: interns hired
Internship Program: interns hired (cont.)
Internship Program: charge of racial and economic discrimination, 2000
Internship Program: living wage for legislative interns, 2001
Internship Program: notes by Jill Catanese [intern?]
WILPF in Washington website; WILPF listserv
Lists of names
Packet(?) re: basics of lobbying
Rough drafts of newsletter "Pilot Light," 1998; etc.
T-shirts ordered

Box 2
Correspondence
Correspondence (cont.)
Correspondence with government officials: Members of Congress, etc.
Correspondence: form letters sent
Financial records
Financial records: budget crisis, 1995, 1998
Financial records: fundraising
Financial records: fundraising request for assistance from Carnegie Corporation, 1997
Participation(?) by Gillian Gilhool in INTWG lobby visits to Congress, 1998 (April)
Attendance(?) by Gillian Gilhool at Public Briefing to the NGO Community...on Women's Activities, Washington (D.C.), April 7, 1998
Attendance by Gillian Gilhool at Conference on Global Action to Prevent War, Center for Global Change and Governance, Rutgers University (New Jersey), June 11, 1998
Attendance by Gillian Gilhool at AAUW's Presidents' Weekend (celebrating 150th anniversary of Seneca Falls, New York), July 17-19, 1998
Participation by WILPF International Congress attendees at Rally against the IMF and the World Bank, Washington (D.C.), July 29, 1998 [participation planned by Legislative Office]
Attendance at Nix MOX meeting, February 10, 1999 [re: mixed oxide fuel]
Attendance by Gillian Gilhool at IER De-Alerting Workshop, March 16-21, 1999
Attendance by Gillian Gilhool at Women's EDGE Open Meeting (on refugees), June 16, 1999
Participation in policy briefing "Sleepless in Seattle: What You Need to Know About the World Trade Organization, Women, Development, Human Rights," Rayburn House Office Building, Washington (D.C.), June 28, 1999 [co-sponsored by WILPF]
Attendance by WILPF members at Stop the WTO meeting and demonstration/s, Seattle (Washington), November 28, 1999 (and beyond)   

Box 3
Participation in Women's Caucus Declaration 3rd Ministerial Meeting of the WTO, Seattle (Washington), November 30 - December 1, 1999
Attendance by Gillian Gilhool at annual Arms Control Conference, Coolfont Resort, Berkeley Springs (West Virginia), 1999-2002
Attendance by Gillian Gilhool at (and participation in?) Strategic Planning Meeting of NCWO Task Force on Economic Security, March 17, 2000
Participation in People's Campaign for Nonviolence, Washington (D.C.), July 1 - August 9, 2000
Sponsorship(?) of Women's Leadership Workshop, Washington (D.C.), December 2, 2000
Attendance at conference "The Future of Space: Weaponization or Cooperation?," Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), December 1, 2001
Participation by WILPF in National Mobilization on Colombia, April 20, 2002
Attendance at 28th Triennial Congress, Goddard College, Plainfield (Vermont), June 26-30, 2002
Attendance at DC Days sponsored by Alliance for Nuclear Accountability, 2004 (March)
Involvement with Arms Transfer Working Group, 2002
Involvement with De-Alerting Campaign Committee, 1999
Involvement with WILPF Disarmament Committee, 2001-2002 [file of Gillian Gilhool]
Involvement with Global Action to Prevent War, 1998? - 2000 [file of Gillian Gilhool]
Involvement with Military Spending Working Group, 1999
Involvement with OMB Watch, 1998
Gillian Gilhool: work plans
Sign-on letters and endorsements
Statements re: issues

Box 4
Mailings to Legislative Action Network
Efforts with/by Branches
Campaign/project Proposals
Efforts, 1976-1997
Efforts re: South Africa (Summer 1988 Legislative Report)
Efforts re: Iraq, 1997-2002
Project "Philadelphia Gender Justice Education Project," 1997-1999
Efforts, 1998-1999
Efforts re: press conference featuring letters from children [re: Iraq], National Press Club, Washington (D.C.), 1998 (March 11)
Efforts re: D.C. Day of Action: lobbying visits by WILPF members with World Bank officials (during 27th International Congress), 1998 (July 29)
Efforts re: D.C. Day of Action (during 27th International Congress), 1998 (July 29) [cont.]
Efforts re: D.C. Day of Action, 1998 (July 29) [cont.]

Box 5
Response to India's testing of nuclear weapons, 1998
Efforts re: Women's Budget Project, 1998
Efforts re: Colombia, 1998-1999
Efforts re: War in/on Kosovo and Yugoslavia, 1998-1999
Efforts re: Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty Ratification Campaign, 1998-2001
Efforts re: women and trade (including attendance at Gender and FTAA Working Group meeting, February 10, 1999)
Efforts re: Campaign to Ratify the Women's Treaty [CEDAW] [includes Ad-Hoc Women's Rights Committee], 1999
Efforts re: CEDAW (cont.)
Listen to Women for a Change Hotline and phone calls, 1999
Efforts re: women and Social Security, 1998-1999
Efforts re: WorldTrade (WTO) Third Ministerial Conference in Seattle, 1999
Efforts re: Beijing +5, 1999-2000
Efforts re: disarmament, 1999-2000
Efforts re: 85th Anniversary Peace Mission to Washington (during Triennial Congress), 1999 (September)- 2000 (December)
Efforts re: UFORJE, 1999-2000
Efforts, 2000
Efforts (including speaking engagement of Gillian Gilhool) re: mobilization for Global Justice / Alb, 2000 (April and August)
Efforts re: Million Mom March [supported by WILPF], 2000 (May 14)
Project: Dismantling the War Economy / ImPEACE the Congress, 2000
Project: Impeace the Congress, 2000
Efforts re: U.S. aid to Indonesia (and ethnic violence in Indonesia, etc.), 2000
Efforts re: women and armed conflict, 2000
Efforts re: United Nations work of WILPF, etc., 2000-2001

Box 6
Efforts, 2001
Efforts re: citizen hearings about  U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, 2001 (January) [including St. Louis Branch WILPF]
Responses by WILPF (and others) to terrorist attack on September 11, 2001
Efforts re: Federal Advisory Committee Act, 2001
Efforts re: Eye on Congress Campaign, 2001-2003
Efforts re: Eye on Congress Campaign [cont.]
Efforts re: women and economic development (GAINS bill etc.), 2001-2002
Questions for political candidates 2001-2002 [Portland, Oregon file?]
Efforts, 2002
Miscellaneous efforts, 2002 [file of Joan Drake]
Efforts re: Day of Dialogue / Women at the Peace Table (sponsored by Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson) 2002 (May 9)
Efforts re: ABM Treaty, 2002
Efforts re: visit of Aliyah Strauss (Israeli Section Chair), 2002
Efforts re: WILPF Congress 2002
Efforts, 2003-2004
Efforts re: death penalty, 2003 [file of program intern]

Box 7
Efforts re: International Women's Day Project, 20003
Efforts re: Women to Women Peace Letter [U.S. and Iraqi women], 2003
Efforts re: Challenge Corporate Power, Assert the People's Rights Campaign, 2004-2005
Efforts re: Middle East Peace, 2004-2005
Efforts, 2005
Project: Make Peace a Reality WRITE Now, 2005
Efforts, undated
Project "America: North and South. Women on the Realities of War and Drugs." -- Congressional Briefing, etc., undated
Efforts re: NATO (and NATO Summit), undated
Reference material: water issues
Reference material: women and economic development

The previous material is stored in LL: 7-8

The following material is stored in B: 51-52

SERIES B: BRANCHES
Subseries B,1: Alabama - Nevada Branches
Box 1
Alabama - California
Alabama Branch/es
Arizona Branch/es
Arkansas Branch/es
California Branch/es
California: Berkeley-East Bay Branch
California: Fresno Branch [including 85th Anniversary of WILPF, 2000]
California: Fresno Branch -- manual of policies
California: Greater Los Angeles Branch -- draft of “Peace Camp Handbook and Curriculum Guide,” 1993
California: Greater Los Angeles Branch – “Children’s Peace Camp Manual,” 2000
California: Los Angeles Branch
California: Los Angeles Branch -- bank statements, 1997
California: Los Angeles Branch -- account for International WILPF, 1998-1999
California: Los Angeles Branch -- account for WILPF (continued)
California: Long Beach Branch
California: Monterey Branch
California: Mount Diablo Branch
California: Oakland Branch
California: Orange County Branch
California: Pajaro Valley Branch
California: Peninsula (Palo Alto) Branch
California: Sacramento Valley Branch
California: San Diego Branch
California: San Francisco Branch
California: San Francisco Bay Area Branch -- oral histories
California: San Francisco Branch -- booklet “AmeriCalifornia: How to Make What Went Wrong Right…,: ca. 1993

Box 2
California (San Francisco cont.) - Colorado
California: San Francisco Branch -- booklet “For the Sake of the People, For the Sake of Our Children…” by Karen Talbot, 1993
California: San Jose Branch
California: Santa Barbara Branch
California: Santa Cruz Branch [see also separate boxes]
California: Sierra Foothills (Auburn) Branch
California: Ventura County Branch
California: Visalia Branch Branch
California: West Palm Branch
California: Santa Cruz Branch -- Papers of Jane Podesta and Others
History
By-laws and guidelines [2 folders]
Steering Committee: meeting minutes, 1989
Steering Committee: meeting minutes, 1990 [incomplete set]
Steering Committee: meeting minutes, 1991
Steering Committee: meeting minutes, 1992 [incomplete set]
Steering Committee: meeting minutes, 1993 [incomplete set]
Steering Committee: meeting minutes, 1994
Steering Committee: meeting minutes, 1995
Steering Committee: meeting minutes, 1996
Steering Committee: meeting minutes, 1997
Financial records, 1988 (December) - 1997

Box 3
California: Santa Cruz Branch -- Papers of Jane Podesta and Others
Biographical information: miscellaneous women
Biographical information: Lucy Haessler
Biographical information: Jane Podesta [includes her Letters to the Editor]
Biographical information: Margaret Reynolds
Branch member lists
Guest / attendance lists, 1967-1985
Attendance book, 1975-1979
Efforts re: newsletter production
Branch efforts, 1964-1974
Branch efforts, 1975
Branch efforts, 1976
Branch efforts, 1977
Branch efforts, 1978
Branch efforts, 1979
Branch efforts, 1980
Branch efforts, 1981
Branch efforts, 1982

Box 4
California: Santa Cruz Branch -- Papers of Jane Podesta and Others
Branch efforts, 1983
Branch efforts, 1984
Branch efforts, 1985
Branch efforts, 1986
Branch efforts, 1987
Branch efforts, 1988
Branch efforts, 1989
Branch efforts, 1990
Branch efforts, 1991
Branch efforts, 1992
Branch efforts, 1993
Branch efforts, 1994-1996
Branch efforts, 1997
Branch efforts, 1998
Branch efforts, 1999
Branch efforts, undated
WILPF pamphlets [with Santa Cruz Branch address]

Box 5
California: Santa Cruz Branch -- Papers of Jane Podesta and Others
Branch efforts: Anti-Landmine Birthday Bash (Ruth Hunter)
Branch efforts: Cassini
Branch efforts: CEDAW
Branch efforts: Central America: El Salvador and Nicaragua
Branch efforts: “Challenging the Corporate Agenda in Global Sweatshops” Sing-a-Long, 1997
Branch efforts: Continuing the Peace Dialogue
Branch efforts: corporations
Branch efforts: draft repeal
Branch efforts: environmental protection
Branch efforts: Gulf War, 1990-1991
Branch efforts: Iraq
Branch efforts: Jane Addams Peace Camp, 1995-1996
Branch efforts: Latin America Committee [file of Jane Podesta, Co-Chair]
Branch efforts: Latin America: human rights in Guatemala, 1996-1999
Branch efforts: Lawrence Livermore action/s
Branch efforts: Lockheed – Trident
Branch efforts: Nairobi Women’s Conference, 1985-1986
Branch efforts: Nevada Test Site actions
Branch efforts: peace and justice songs
Branch efforts: Peace Train -- West Coast (U.S.), 1996
Branch efforts: Peace Train -- Helsinki to Beijing [file of Jane Podesta]

Box 6
California: Santa Cruz Branch -- Papers of Jane Podesta and Others
Branch efforts: Peace Train – Helsinki to Beijing
Branch efforts: Peace Train – Helsinki to Beijing (continued)
Branch efforts: Rwanda (Jacqueline Urugeni Karuletwa)
Branch efforts: Santa Cruz city proclamations and resolutions
Branch efforts: Santa Cruz County Coalition for a Living Wage
Branch efforts: Spring Mobilization for Peace, Jobs and Justice, 1985
Branch efforts: United Nations
Branch efforts: Women’s Poll Project / Listen to Women for a Change
Branch efforts: Yugoslavia
Publicity
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor and articles by Ruth Hunter
Media coverage, 1970s-1980s
Media coverage, 1970s-1980s (continued)
Media coverage of demonstration at Livermore Labs
Media coverage, 1990s

Box 7
California: Santa Cruz Branch -- Papers of Randa Solick [acc. 2013-017]
Branch efforts, 2006
Branch efforts: by-laws, 2006
Branch efforts, 2007
Branch efforts, 2008
Branch efforts, 2009
Branch efforts, 2010
Branch efforts: tribute to Joyce McLean, 2010
Branch efforts, 2011
Branch efforts, 2012
Branch efforts, undated [circa 2006-2012]
Bioneers
Progressive Network
Healthcare Committee, 2009
Peace Education Committee, 2007-2008

Box 8
California: Santa Cruz Branch -- Papers of Randa Solick [acc. 2013-017]
Efforts against fracking
Efforts against foreclosures
Banking class, 2011
Efforts re: U.N. Security Council Resolution 1325
Corporation vs. Democracy Committee, 2008 (May-July)
Corporation vs. Democracy Committee, 2008 (August-December)
Corporation vs. Democracy Committee, 2009
Corporation vs. Democracy Committee, 2010
Corporation vs. Democracy Committee, 2011-2012
Corporation vs. Democracy Committee, undated [circa 2008-2012]
Corporation vs. Democracy Committee: grant application/s
Corporation Committee: mailing lists
Reference material re: corporations
Save the Water Issue Group, 2005 (December) – 2007

Box 9
California: Santa Cruz Branch -- Papers of Randa Solick [acc. 2013-017]
Save the Water Issue Group, 2008-2009
Save the Water Issue Group, 2011-2012
Reference material re: safe water campaign
California: Santa Cruz Branch – Media Coverage
Media coverage, 1962-1965
Media coverage, 1970-1979
Media coverage, 1980
Media coverage, 1981-1984
Media coverage, 1985
Media coverage, 1986
Media coverage, 1987
Media coverage, 1988
Media coverage, 1990-1998
Media coverage, multiple dates (of newsclippings photocopied onto same page/s)
Media coverage, undated                                      

Box 10 (1/2 box)
Colorado
Colorado State Branch/es
Colorado: Boulder Branch, 1960s [includes by-laws]
Colorado: Boulder Branch -- membership meeting minutes, and notes by Jean Gore, ca. 1981-1982
Colorado: Boulder Branch, 1980s
Colorado: Boulder Branch, 1990-2000
Colorado: Boulder Branch – membership lists/ phone trees
Colorado: Boulder Branch – sponsorship of Jane Addams Dinner, 1981-1995
Colorado: Boulder Branch, undated
Colorado: Boulder Branch -- script “WILPFUL Players” by Wendy Underhill

Box 11
Colorado (cont.) - Maryland
Colorado: Fort Collins Branch
Colorado: Northern Colorado Branch
Connecticut: Fairfield County Branch
Connecticut: Hartford Branch
Connecticut: New Haven Branch
Connecticut: Upper Valley Branch
D.C. Branch/es
D.C.: Branch/es -- survey (filled out), 1994
Florida: Florida Atlantic University Branch
Florida: Florida Keys Branch
Florida: Florida Keys Branch:  “Lower Florida Keys WILPF” scrapbook
Florida: Miami / Miami Beach Branch
Florida: Miami Branch -- fundraiser: MLK Birthday Dinner, Miami (FL), January 15, 1983
Florida: North Dade (Miami Beach) Branch
Florida: Palm Beach-Sarasota Branch
Florida: Tampa Branch
Georgia: Jane Addams Branch
Hawaii: Big Island Branch
Illinois: Champaign-Urbana Branch
Illinois: Chicago Branch
Illinois: Mary Wood Branch
Illinois: Northshore Branch
Illinois: Rockford College Branch
Illinois: Springfield Branch
Illinois: West Suburban Branch
Indiana: Bloomington Branch
Indiana: Gary Chapter Branch
Indiana: South Bend Branch
Indiana: Southern Indiana Branch
Iowa: Des Moines Branch
Iowa: Iowa City Branch
Kansas: McPherson Branch
Kansas: Northern Newton Branch
Kansas: Sedgwick County Branch
Maryland: Baltimore Branch
Maryland: Catonsville Branch
Maryland: Northeastern Branch

Box 12
Massachusetts - Michigan (Detroit)
Massachusetts: Cape Cod Branch
Massachusetts: Greater Boston Branch
Michigan: Ann Arbor/Yipsilanti Branch
Michigan: Detroit Branch / Michigan Branch 1950-1963
Michigan: Detroit Branch, 1950s-1960s
Michigan: Detroit Branch, 1980s
Michigan: Detroit Branch, 1990
Michigan: Detroit Branch, 1991
Michigan: Detroit Branch, 1992-1993
Michigan: Detroit Branch, 1994-1996
Michigan: Detroit Branch -- Peace Day Camp Manual, 1996
Michigan: Detroit Branch, 1997-1999
Michigan: Detroit Branch, 2000-
Michigan: Detroit Branch, undated

Box 13
Michigan (cont.) - New York
Michigan: Greater Lansing Branch
Michigan: Ingham County Branch
Michigan: Kent County Branch
Michigan: Little Traverse Branch
Michigan: Menominee Valley Branch
Michigan: Oakland County-Rouge Valley Branch
Minnesota: Minneapolis Branch
Minnesota: Minnesota Metro Branch
Missouri: St. Louis Branch
Montana: Missoula Women for Peace Branch
Nevada Branch/es

Subseries B,2: New Jersey Branch [- New Mexico  Branch]
Box 13 (continued)
New Jersey Branch/es
New Jersey Branch/es: Hiroshima Day observances in New Jersey, 1998-1999
New Jersey: Central Jersey Branch
New Jersey: Essex County Branch
New Jersey: New Jersey Branch
New Jersey: Northern NJ Branch
New Jersey: Union County Branch
New Jersey: Princeton Area Branch
New Mexico: Albuquerque Branch

Subseries B,3: New York Branch
Box 13 (continued)
New York: Buffalo Branch
New York: Mid-Hudson Branch
New York: Nassau Branch
New York: New York City Branch
New York: New York Metropolitan Branch
New York: Rochester Branch
New York: Rockaway Branch
New York: Suffolk Branch
New York: Westchester Branch

[note: in 2014, cannot find acc. 07A-016 files from New York Branch]

Subseries B,4: North Carolina - Oregon Branches
Box 14
North Carolina  – Pennsylvania
North Carolina: Asheville Branch
North Carolina: Chapel Hill Branch / Chapel Hill – Durham Branch
North Carolina: Triangle Area Branch
North Carolina: Western North Carolina Branch
Ohio: Cincinnati Branch
Ohio: Cleveland Branch
Oregon Branch/es
Oregon: Ashland
Oregon: Cottage Grove Branch
Oregon: Portland Branch
Oregon: Portland Branch – Nerve Gas Task Force
Oregon: Seattle

Subseries B,5: Pennsylvania Branch
Box 14 (continued)
Pennsylvania Branch/es
Pennsylvania State Branch
Pennsylvania State Branch: scrapbook, 1930s [photocopy only]
Pennsylvania State Branch: scrapbook re: 40th Anniversary [and other Branch anniversary celebration/s], 1955 [dismantled]
Pennsylvania: Bucks County Branch
Pennsylvania: Bucks-Mercer Branch
Pennsylvania: Center City [Philadelphia] Branch
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 1995-1997
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2001, 2003
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2004 (January-May)
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2004 (June-December)       

Box 15 (1/2 box)
Pennsylvania (continued)
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2005
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2006
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2007

Box 16
Pennsylvania (continued)
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2008
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2009
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2010
Pennsylvania: Delco / Delaware County Branch, 2011
Pennsylvania: Germantown Branch
Pennsylvania: Germantown Branch (continued)
Pennsylvania: Germantown Branch -- Undoing Racism workshops, 1988 (Fall)
Pennsylvania: Harrisburg Branch
Pennsylvania: Johnstown Branch
Pennsylvania: Lackawanna County Branch
Pennsylvania: Lancaster County Branch
Pennsylvania: Main Line [Philadelphia Area] Branch
Pennsylvania: Mercer County Branch
Pennsylvania: Mid-City (Philadelphia) Branch
Pennsylvania: Mid-City (Philadelphia) Branch -- talk by Hanan Award (Chair, Palestinian Section, WILPF), December 12, 1990
Pennsylvania: Norristown Branch
Pennsylvania: Northwest Philadelphia Branch

Box 17
Pennsylvania (continued)
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch -- meeting minutes, 2001-2003 [file of Libby Frank; incomplete set]
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch -- meeting minutes, 2004 - 2005 (October), 2006 (June 22) [file of Libby Frank]
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch -- meeting minutes, 2007 (May 7) - 2009 (November 30) [file of Libby Frank]
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch -- Disarm! Committee, 2003-2004; Military Issues Committee, 2005-2006 [file of Libby Frank; incomplete sets?]
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch -- Middle East Committee, 2003-2005 [file of Libby Frank; incomplete set?]
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch -- Financial records, 2002-2005 [file of Libby Frank]
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch -- programmatic efforts; media coverage
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch, ca. 2001-2003 -- projects; media coverage [file of Libby Frank]
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch -- retreats, 2000-2003 [file of Libby Frank]
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch/es -- International Women’s Day program “Women of Armed Conflict,” Philadelphia (PA), March 3, 2001
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Branch, 2009-2010
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia/Delco Branch [merged 2011], 2011-
Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh Branch
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore Branch
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch – by-laws
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 1986-1992
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 1993-1994
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 1995
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 1996

Box 18
Pennsylvania (continued)
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 1997
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 1998
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 1999
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 2000
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 2001
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 2002
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, 2003-2004 [1 item from 2004]
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch, undated
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore-Delco [/Delaware County] Branch – Branch Board Packet

Box 19
Pennsylvania (West Philadelphia) - Pennsylvania Branch/es
Pennsylvania: West Philadelphia Branch
Pennsylvania Branch/es: World Peace Group/Quadrangle Peace Group (Kay Camp et. al.), ca. 1994-2003

Subseries B,6: Rhode Island - Wyoming Branches
Box 19 (continued)
Rhode Island - Wisconsin (Madison)
Rhode Island Branch: Women for a Non-Nuclear Future?
Texas: Austin Branch; North Texas Branch
Utah: Salt Lake City Branch
Vermont: Burlington Branch
Vermont: Central Vermont Branch
Vermont: Green Mt. Branch
Vermont: Montpelier Branch
Vermont: Randolph Area Branch
Virginia: Richmond Branch
Virginia: Women of Action Branch
Washington: Seattle Branch
Washington: Seattle Branch -- “Building a Peaceful World”
Washington: Tacoma Branch
West Virginia: Mercer County Branch
Wisconsin Branch/es
Wisconsin: Madison Branch; Milwaukee Branch
Wisconsin: Sheboygan Branch
YWILPF: Youth Network

Subseries B,7: Jane Addams Branch

Subseries B,8: Regional Branches/Offices
Box 20
Regions / regional meetings
Regional meetings at WILPF headquarters, 2003
Great Lakes Region / North-Central Region, ca. 1950-1954
Region I: West
Region I: West – Northern California Cluster, 1986 [1 item], 1994-1999
Region I: West – Northern California Cluster, 2011-2012
Region I: West
Region I: West – Western Gathering, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma (WA), August 6-9, 1992
Region I: West – Western Gathering, Asilomar (CA), May 9-11, 2003
Region I: West – Western Gathering, 2003 (May)
Region II: Central – miscellaneous; branch reports, 2006
Region II: Central – Congress, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (MN), June 19-21,1992
Region II: Central – Conference, Detroit (MI), June 17-19, 1994
Region II: Central – Triennial Congress, Baldwin Wallace College, Berea (OH), June 27-29, 1997
Region III: Southern -- by-laws
Region III: Southern, 1979
Region III: Southern, 1980-1985
Region III: Southern, 1986
Region III: Southern, 1987-1989
Region III: Southern, 1990
Region III: Southern, 1991
Region III: Southern, 1992
Region III: Southern, 1993-2004, undated

Box 21 (1/2 box)
Region III: Southern -- Northern Cluster
Region III: Southern -- fieldwork trip by Beth Raps, 1992
Region III: Southern -- fundraising advice
Region IV: Northeast
Region IV: Northeast -- Regional Biennial meetings/conferences, 1984, 1988, 1991-1992
Region IV: Northeast -- Leadership Team and meetings/congresses, 1997 [file of Gillian Gilhool]

SERIES C: CORRESPONDENCE
                  
Box 1
Correspondence with Elise Boulding, 1969 [includes mss. “The Family, the NGO, and Social Mapping…”]
Correspondence of Melva Mueller (Executive Director), 1972-1979
Correspondence of Melva Mueller (Executive Director), 1980-1981
Outgoing correspondence of Libby Frank (Executive Director), 1983 (September-October)
Correspondence etc. with Margaret Clews
Letters from Marta Benavides (San Salvador), 1998, 2001
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1920-1959
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1960s
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1970s
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1980s
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1990-1993
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1994-1999
Miscellaneous correspondence, 2000-2007
Miscellaneous correspondence, undated

SERIES D: PUBLICITY AND MEDIA COVERAGE
Box 1
Correspondence with/about public relations and medial representatives
Advertisements run
“Mother Jones” advertisement run, 1981
Press releases
Publicity scrapbook, 1938-1942 [formerly scrapbook #74; photocopy only]
Media coverage [removed from 1954-1956 scrapbook of Janet Neuman]
Media coverage, 1970s-01980s
Media coverage, 1990s
Media coverage, 2000-2005
Media coverage, undated
Media project; improving WILPF’s visibility, 1994-1996
Proposed plan for media outreach, 1997
Media contact lists
Website development and upkeep
Website pages
Media manual, 1940
Media packet (by C.J. Minster?), ca. 2005
Media how-to page/s
“WILPF and the Media: A Beginner’s Guide to Using the Media…” by Claire Closmann, 2000
Information sheet “Letters to the Editor and Opinion Pieces: How to Write Them and Get Them Published”

SERIES H,1: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS -- LEGAL
Subseries H,1.1: Files of Allen Olmsted [acc. 01A-073]
Box 1
Solicitation certificates, 1941
Correspondence etc. re: employment of Anne Bloch, 1949-1950
Legal work re: WILPF, 1950
Legal work re: WILPF, 1951-1953
Legal work re: WILPF, 1954-1959
Legal work re: WILPF, 1960s
HUAC investigation of Donna Allen, 1965
Legal work re: WILPF, 1970-1974
Legal work re: WILPF – Ruth Hess, 1971

Subseries H,1.2: Files of WILPF Staffpersons
Box 2
Miscellaneous
Applying for charitable organization certificate
Charitable certificates, 1981-
Tax exempt status, 1958-1970s [see also PART IV: JAPA]
Tax exempt status, 1980s, 1995, 1997
Sale of National Office building (1213 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Real estate tax exemption / real estate tax case (JAPA vs. City of Philadelphia), 1979-1982
Lease for 1738 Pine Street (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1970-1971
Lease of JAPA office (from WILPF National Office, 1213 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1972
Lease and rental agreement/s for Legislative Office (100 Maryland Avenue, Washington, DC)
Agreement with Swarthmore College Peace Collection re: archival records
Copyright for WILPF symbols and phrases / permission granted for others to use
Contract with We’ll Clean It, 2006
Lawsuit re: Joseph Miller vs. Willbet Enterprises Inc.: sale of stocks owned by WILPF; taxes; etc. [see Part III, Series H,1 boxes for more on this lawsuit]
Alleged misuse of mailing list, 1984
Lawsuit “WILPF – U.S. Section Office vs. Industrial Workers of the World,”  2008 [see also Series H,3, box 2]
Amici briefs joined (or mentioned in)
Amici brief joined (or joint lawsuit?) against Philadelphia police, 1991-1992
Amici brief joined of Natural Resources Defense Council, 1997
Amici brief re: Burma sweatshops, 1999
“Do’s and Don’t’s of Elections Work With WILPF,” 2004

SERIES H,2: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS -- FINANCIAL
Box 1
Financial records, 1960s
Withholding of telephone taxes used to support Vietnam War, by employees / tax escrow account, 1969-1973
Withholding of telephone taxes used to support Vietnam War, by employees / tax escrow account, 1969-1973 (continued), 1983
Taxes, 1973
Ledger pages: special fund account, 1974
Financial records, 1970s
Finances re: 60th anniversary (1975), 1974-1976
Paul Blanshard (fundraising consultant) / Paul Blanshard Associates, 1975-1985
Ledger pages: bank account, 1975
Legislative Office: finances, 1975 (October) – 1976 (June)
Ledger pages: bank account, 1976
Ledger pages: bank account, 1978
Ledger pages: bank account, 1979

Box 2
Taxes, 1980-1981
Financial records, 1980s
Ledger pages: bank account, 1980
Audited financial statement, 1981 (September)
Financial records, 1981
Audited financial statement, 1982
Financial records, 1982
Branch payments to National Office, 1982-1983
Audited financial statements, 1983 (September-December)
Taxes, 1983
Financial records, 1983
Audited financial statements, 1984
Taxes, 1984
Financial records, 1984

Box 3
Audited financial statements, 1985
Taxes, 1985
Financial records, 1985
Audited financial statements, 1986 (June, September, December)
Taxes, 1986
Financial records, 1986
Financial records, 1986 (continued)
Audited financial statements, 1987 (March, June, September)
Taxes, 1987
Financial records, 1987
Audited financial statements, 1988
Taxes, 1988
Financial records, 1988
Financial records, 1988 (continued)

Box 4
Audited financial statements, 1989
Taxes, 1989
Financial records, 1989
Audited financial statements, 1990
Financial records, 1990
Audited financial statements, 1991 [incomplete set]
Taxes, 1991
Financial records, 1991
Audited financial statements, 1992
Tax return for 1992
Financial records, 1992

Box 5
Audited financial statements, 1993
Tax return for 1993
Financial records, 1993
Audited financial statements, 1993 and 1994
Audited financial statements, 1994
Tax returns for 1994
Financial records, 1994
Invoices/bills, 1994 (December)
Audited Financial Statements, 1995
Tax returns for 1995
Financial records, 1995
Invoices/bills, 1995 (January-February)
Invoices/bills, 1995 (March)
Invoices/bills, 1995 (April)
Invoices/bills, 1995 (May)
Invoices/bills, 1995 (June)
Invoices/bills, 1995 (July)

Box 6
Invoices/bills, 1995 (August)
Invoices/bills: Catlin Baker, 1995-
Invoices/bills: Ernest Fuller, 1995-
Invoices/bills, 1995 (September)
Invoices/bills, 1995 (October)
Invoices/bills, 1995 (November)
Invoices/bills, 1995 (December)
Notices of delinquent taxes, 1995-1998
Audited financial statements, 1995 and 1996
Financial records, 1996
Income tax returns, 1996
Invoices/bills, 1996 (January)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (February)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (March)

Box 7
Invoices/bills, 1996 (April)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (May)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (June)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (July)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (August)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (September)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (October)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (November)
Invoices/bills, 1996 (December)

Box 8
Audited financial statements, 1997
Financial records, 1997
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (January)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (February)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (March)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (April)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (May)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (June)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (July)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (August)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (September)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (October)
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (November)

Box 9
Invoices / cancelled checks, 1997 (December)
Invoices, etc.: A
Invoices, etc.: ACME -- addressing
Invoices, etc.: AFSC Davis House
Invoices, etc.: Asheville WILPF
Invoices, etc.: AVAYA
Invoices, etc.: B
Invoices, etc.: Pitney Bowles Credit Corporation
Invoices, etc.: Chris Ballin
Invoices, etc.: Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church
Invoices, etc.: Brownstein Teti and Co. LTD
Invoices, etc.: Rosemary Burke
Invoices, etc.: C
Invoices, etc.: Carol Canafax
Invoices, etc.: cash, petty
Invoices, etc.: Chapel Hill WILPF
Invoices, etc.: Phyllis Cram
Invoices, etc.: Darien De Lu
Invoices, etc.: Jody Dodd
Invoices, etc.: E
Invoices, etc.: Earth Link
Invoices, etc.: F
Invoices, etc.: FMI -- advertising
Invoices, etc.: G
Invoices, etc.: General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church
Invoices, etc.: Gillian Gilhool
Invoices, etc.: UPS
Invoices, etc.: H
Invoices, etc.: Human Rights Internet
Invoices, etc.: I
Invoices, etc.: Institute for Global Communications
Invoices, etc.: J
Invoices, etc.: Julian Travel Corporation

Box 10
Invoices, etc.: K
Invoices, etc.: Mary Day Kent
Invoices, etc.: Keystone Health East
Invoices, etc.: L
Invoices, etc.: M
Invoices, etc.: Malone and Blunt
Invoices, etc.: MICR
Invoices, etc.: N
Invoices, etc.: National Council of Women’s Organizations
Invoices, etc.: New Era Travel
Invoices, etc.: NNOC
Invoices, etc.: New York Metro WILPF
Invoices, etc.: O
Invoices, etc.: Office Max
Invoices, etc.: P
Invoices, etc.: Laura Partridge
Invoices, etc.: Theta Pavis-Weil
Invoices, etc.: Paychex
Invoices, etc.: Penton Kelley Printing Co.
Invoices, etc.: Peace Links
Invoices, etc.: Pitney Bowes
Invoices, etc.: Lizzy Poole
Invoices, etc.: Q
Invoices, etc.: Qualmed -- plans for health
Invoices, etc.: R  
Invoices, etc.: R.W. Stuart Electronics
Invoices, etc.: S
Invoices, etc.: Staples
Invoices, etc.: Charmaine Sprengelmeyer
Invoices, etc.: T
Invoices, etc.: Travelers Insurance
Invoices, etc.: Turtle Island Telephone -- Ben Sher

Box 11
Invoices, etc.: U
Invoices, etc.: U.S. Postmaster / U.S. Postal Service
Invoices, etc.: U.S. Life Co.
Invoices, etc.: Verizon
Invoices, etc.: W
Invoices, etc.: We’ll Clean It Co.
Invoices, etc.: WALD -- Working Assets
Invoices, etc.: Wissahickon -- water
Invoices, etc.: Y
Invoices, etc.: Phyllis Yingling
Invoices, etc.: Z

Box 12
Financial records: international contributions and money for IPU subscriptions, 1997-1999
Audited financial statements, 1998
Financial records, 1998
Budget, 1998
Financial ledger, 1998 (March-November)
Tax return for 1998
Audited financial reports, 1999
Financial records, 1999
Financial records, 1999 (cont.) [includes employee wages]
Budget, 1999
Ledger for 1999
Profit and loss reports, 1999
Tax return for 1999
Donations, 1999-2000 (January)
Payments from JAPA, 1999 [includes correspondence]

Box 13 (1/2 box)
Audited financial statement, 2000
Financial records, 2000
Ledger (fund activity report), 2000
Reimbursements for committee phone calls, 2000

Box 14
Financial records: money received from IPU subscriptions, 2000-2002
Audited financial statements, 2001
Financial records: budgets, 2001
Financial records, 2001 (January)
Financial records, 2001 (February)
Financial records, 2001 (March)
Financial records, 2001 (April)
Financial records, 2001 (May)
Financial records, 2001 (June)
Financial records, 2001 (July)
Financial records, 2001 (August)
Financial records, 2001 (September)
Financial records, 2001 (October)
Financial records, 2001 (November)
Financial records, 2001 (December)
2001 (whole year)
2001: WCAR expenses
Contribution reports, 2001

Box 15
Financial records, 2002
Audited financial statements, 2002
Budget, 2002
Profit and loss reports, 2002
Payments from JAPA, 2002
Financial records, 2003
Audited financial statements, 2003
Budget, 2003
Profit and loss reports, 2003
Payments from JAPA, 2003
Financial records, 2004
Audited financial statements, 2004
Budget, 2004
Profit and loss reports, 2004
Taxes, 2004

Box 16
Financial records, 2005
Audited financial statements and supplemental information, 2005
Budget, 2005
Profit and loss reports, 2005
Receipts paid, 2005
Taxes, 2005
Financial records, 2006
Audited financial statements, 2006
Budget, 2006
Profit and loss reports, 2006
Bills paid, 2006
Bills paid, 2006 (continued)
Financial records, 2007
Financial records, 2008

Box 17
Gift receipts transmittals, 1998
Gift receipts transmittals, 1999 (January-February)
Gift receipts transmittals, 1999 (March-April)
Gift receipts transmittals, 1999 (May-July)
Gift receipts transmittals, 1999 September-October)
Gift receipts transmittals, 1999 (November-December)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2001
Gift receipts transmittals, 2002 [none for 2003]
Gift receipts transmittals, 2004
Gift receipts transmittals, 2005
Gift receipts transmittals, 2006
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (January)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (February)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (March)

Box 18
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (April)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (May)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (June)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (July)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (August)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (September)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (October)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (November)
Gift receipts transmittals, 2007 (December)
Financial records re: campaign: Women’s Poll Project, 1984-1985
Financial records re: campaign: various, 2000-2007
Financial records re: campaign: Challenging Corporate Power, 2000-2005
Financial records re: campaign: UFORJE, 2000
Financial records re: campaign: UFORJE, 2001, 2004-2005

On Shelf: Wrapped Ledgers
Ledger pages re: contributions, 1979, 1981-1982, 1993-1995 
Ledger pages: checks, 1982 (July-September); 1986 (October) – 1990 (September)
Ledger pages: balances, 1984 (July) – 1989 (August)
Ledger: 1990 (December 27) – 1995 (December 13)
Ledger: cash receipts, 1993

SERIES H,3: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS -- PERSONNEL
Box 1
Miscellaneous, 1970s-1980s
Miscellaneous, 1980s (cont.)
Miscellaneous, 1990s
Miscellaneous, 2000-2005; undated
Memos and letters
Memos to staff
Correspondence (outgoing) of Libby Frank re: personnel, 1983 (September-October)
Personnel policies
Revisions to personnel policies
Affirmative Action policies
Grievance policy/procedure
Maternity leave policy
Office procedures
Staff salaries, 1960s-1970s

Box 2
Staff salaries, 1980s
Staff salaries, 1990s
Staff salaries, 2000-
Staff pensions / retirement plans
Pension plan from Presbyterian Ministers’ Fund, 1959
Pension plan from Presbyterian Life Insurance – Ministers’ Fund, 1960-1975
Possibility of unionizing
Collective bargaining agreement between Philadelphia I.W.W. and WILPF, 2005-2007
Signed conflict of interest statements, 2003 (April) [by staff, and by Board members?]
Personnel Committee questionnaire for staff, 1989
Staff concerns
Staff Support/Concerns Committee; Human Resources Committee
Laying off of entire staff, 2008 (January)
Management Team: evaluation forms; plans; etc.
Performance evaluations: forms
Staff lists
Job descriptions and ads (A-M)
Job descriptions and ads (O-W)
Proposed role of executive director and other staffing issues, 1985-1986
Planning re: staff configurations, 1998

Box 3
Development Coordinator position applicants, 1992 (Spring)
Search for Development Director, 2001 [file of Mary Day Kent]
Search for Development Director, 2005 [file of Mary Day Kent]
Search for Leadership and Outreach Coordinator, 2000 [file of Mary Day Kent]
Search for National Coordinator, 1995
Search for Planned Giving Coordinator, 1999
Search for Program Coordinator, 2001-2002 [file of Mary Day Kent]
Search for Program Coordinator, 2005 [file of Mary Day Kent]
Staff meetings, 1974
Staff meetings, 1981-1983 [incomplete set]
Staff meetings, 1984-1986 [incomplete set]
Staff meetings, 1990s, undated                                        
Work coordination meetings, 1986-1990 [incomplete set]
Notes from staff work coordination and budget meetings, 1989 - 1990 (February)
Notes from staff work coordination and budget meetings, 1990 (March - September)
Staff retreats
Staff holiday party, 1991

Box 4
Welcome packet for new staffpersons, ca. 1987-1988
Staff orientation packet, ca. 1997-1998
Staff time sheets, 1997
Staff time sheets, 1998
Staff time sheets, 1999
Staff time sheets, 2000
Staff time sheets, 2001
Staff time sheets, 2002
Staff work plans / calendar, 1986-1998
Staff work plans / calendar, 2006 (September) – 2007

Box 5 (1/2 box)
Employee records: collective (A-M), 1969-1979
Employee records: collective (P-Z), 1969-1979
Employee records: collective, 1981-2007

Box 6
Employee records: Emily Green Balch – letters re: her death, 1961 (January-February)
Employee record/s: Wendy Berger
Employee record/s: Jean Bullock
Employee record/s: Rosemary Burke [includes transition of Development Director]
Employee record/s: Marilyn Clement (Executive Director, 1995-1998; National Program Coordinator, 1998 – June 1999)
Employee record/s: Marilyn Clement – self-evaluation, 1999
Employee record/s: Phyllis Cram
Employee record/s: Jody Dodd
Employee record/s: Jayne Doyle
Employee record/s: David Fisher [Fischer?]
Employee record/s: Libby Frank
Employee record/s: Jen Geiger
Employee record/s: Gillian Gilhool
Employee record/s: Mercedia Green (Bookkeeper / Financial Manager, 1991-1999)
Employee record/s: Susan Jenkins
Employee record/s: Pamela Jones-Burnley
Employee record/s: Kate Kasper (Leadership and Outreach Coordinator, August 1999 – June 2000)
Employee record/s: Mary Day Kent (Executive Director, June 1999 - ?)
Employee record/s: Mary Day Kent – evaluations of Executive Director, 2001-2005 [file of MDK]
Employee record/s: Kaori Kokado, 1999
Employee record/s: Amy Kwasnicki
Employee record/s: Jane Midgley
Employee record/s: Carol V. Moore
Employee record/s: Chris Morin
Employee record/s: Melva Mueller
Employee record/s: Theta Pavis
Employee record/s: Wendy Rosenfield
Employee record/s: Andrea Saenz
Employee record/s: Christy Santoro
Employee record/s: [Miss] Marion Smith
Employee record/s: Miranda Spencer
Employee record/s: Roberta Spivek
Employee record/s: Beth Trigg
Employee record/s: Tobi White
Employee record/s: Kate Zaidan
Employee record/s: Deborah Zubow [known as “Z”]

Box 7 (1/2 box)
Employee records: consulting contract for Theta Pavis
Employee records: consulting contract for Judy Dodd

Series H,4: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS -- STAFF AND DEPARTMENTAL FILES
Subseries H,4.1.a: Papers of Staff -- Jerilyn Bowen (Peace and Action Director), 1980s-1990s
Box 1
Correspondence, 1988-1990
Correspondence, 1991-1992
Issue committees
Issue committee/s; Issue funding
Endorsements made, 1989-1990
Endorsement of NPR Specials Project, 1990-1991
WILPF regions
Program questionnaire, 1989-1990
WILPF workshops
Women’s empowerment workshops
Project/Campaign: What Is Security? Speaking Tour, 1987
Project/Campaign: Women’s Peace and Justice Treaty
Project/Campaign: Women’s Peace and Justice Treaty – endorsements received
WILPF Biennial, 1987
WILPF 75th anniversary, 1990

Box 2
American Peace Test, 1990
Bork nomination to Supreme Court
Cambodia
Chemical weapons
Chile; boycott of Chilean goods
Colombia
Columbus Quincentennial: 500 Years Is Enough, 1991-1992
Commission of Inquiry for the International War Crimes Tribunal
Comprehensive Test Ban
Cuba
Economic conversion
Environment
Global Fund for Women
Haiti
Immigration
Intervention [packet? list?]
Korea
Labor issues
Latin America
Middle East

Box 3
Middle East (continued)
Native Americans
Native Americans: Big Mountain
Nicaragua elections; tour (delegation), 1990
Panama
Personal divestment
Philippines
Racial justice / anti-racism
Racial justice / anti-racism / undoing racism
Racial justice: Joan Drake’s packet
Radioactive material in space
Serbia / Croatia / Bosnia
South Africa
Sri Lanka
Tax Day actions
Women’s Budget
Women’s Day, International

Box 4 (1/2 box)
Programmatic efforts: miscellaneous, 1980s
Programmatic efforts: miscellaneous, 1990
Programmatic efforts: miscellaneous, 1991-1993

Subseries H,4.1.b: Papers of Staff -- Marilyn Clement (Executive Director)
Box 1
Efforts / correspondence, 1989, 1991-1993
Efforts / correspondence, 1994
Efforts / correspondence, 1995
Efforts / correspondence, 1996
Efforts / correspondence, 1997
Efforts / correspondence, 1998
Efforts / correspondence, 1999
Efforts / correspondence, undated
Correspondence with Jan Strout (Cuba Action Committee Chair), 1997-1998
Efforts / correspondence re: health care: participation in Madre’s Health Care: We Gotta Have It! [project], 1993 – general
Efforts / correspondence re: health care: participation in Madre’s Health Care: We Gotta Have It! [project], 1993 – correspondence etc. from the public; lists of attendees at workshops
Efforts / correspondence re: health care: participation in Madre’s Health Care: We Gotta Have It! [project], 1993 – mailing lists

Box 2
Efforts / correspondence re: Peace Train, 1993-1994 [mostly correspondence with Barbara (Babsi) Lochbiler]
Efforts / correspondence re: Latin America, 1996-1999
Efforts / correspondence re: Felicity Hill’s speaking tour, 1997
Efforts / correspondence re: devaluation of United Nations funding, 1997-1998
Truth and Reconciliation Committee, 1988 (November)
Efforts / correspondence re: 1998 International Congress
Follow-up to 1998 International Congress
Efforts / correspondence re: Women’s Budget, 1998
Efforts / correspondence re: Colombia, 1998
Efforts / correspondence re: development, ca. 1998
Attendance at Hague Appeal for Peace Conference, May 12-15, 1999
Trip to California, ___ (March)
Washington Office, undated
NYC Initiative, 1986
Efforts / correspondence re: funders (JAPA)

Box 3 (1/2 box)
Relationship of WILPF with JAPA, 1995 – 1996 (June)
Relationship of WILPF with JAPA, 1996 (July-December)
Relationship of WILPF with JAPA, 1997-1998
Report/s

Subseries H,4.1.c: Papers of Staff -- Libby Frank (Executive Director)
Box 1
Speaking engagements, 1982-1983
Hiring of consultant, 1985        
Correspondence re: financial consultant/s, 1985-1986
Regionalization process, 1970s
Regionalization process, circa 1987
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1981-1985
Correspondence with/about International WILPF, 1980s
Correspondence with/about International WILPF, 1980s (continued)
Correspondence with Edith Ballantyne, 1982-1985
Visit of Edith Ballantyne, 1985
Financial reports from Anne Nelson
Women’s conferences, 1980s
WILPF International Congress, 1985
Correspondence with foreign groups/persons, 1981-1986
Correspondence with foreign groups/persons, 1981-1986 (continued)
WILPF’s involvement(?) with Pro-Peace, 1985-1986

Box 2
Correspondence (outgoing), 1983 (July)
Correspondence (outgoing), 1983 (August-September)
Correspondence (outgoing), 1983 (November-December)
Correspondence (outgoing), 1984 (January-February)
Correspondence (outgoing), 1984 (March-April)
Correspondence (outgoing), 1984 (May-June)
Correspondence (outgoing), 1984 (July-September)
Correspondence (outgoing), 1984 (October-December)
Correspondence (outgoing), 1985 (January-February)
Correspondence (outgoing), 1985 (March-May)

Subseries H,4.1.d: Papers of Staff -- Pamela Jones-Burnley (Administrative Director)
Box 1
Correspondence
Correspondence re: permission to reprint article/s and photographs
“Angry” emails received after 9/11/01 terrorist attacks
Participation in Computer Mailworks for Nonprofits, 1984-1989
Participation in Computer Mailworks for Nonprofits, 1990
Investment Committee, 1984-1986
Financial records (stock, gifts, etc.), 1986-1987
Great Peace Train and WILPF Branches
“WILPF Directory & Labels Generator Using Dbase III Plus” by Gerald Kaiser, 1989

Subseries H,4.1.e: Papers of Staff -- Mary Day Kent (Executive Director)
Box 1
Race St. Reviews [Executive Director reports], 2000-2005; report, 2006 (Spring)
85th Anniversary, 2000: preparations and reports, 1999-2000; notes taken
Board meeting, 1986 (April)
Board meeting, 2001 (October)
Board meeting, 2001 (March)
Board meeting, 2002 (April)
Board meeting, 2003 (March 15-16)
Board meeting, 2003 (October)
Board meeting, 2004 (April)
Board meeting, 2005 (November)
WILPF 28th Triennial Congress, 2002 (June)
28th Triennial Congress, 2002 (continued)

Box 1a
WILPF International Congress, 2004: preparations; correspondence; U.S. delegation
WILPF International Congress, 2004: notes taken (44 p.)
WILPF Congress, San Francisco (CA), 2005 (August): planning, 2003-2005

Box 2
Correspondence, 1999
Incoming correspondence, 2000
Outgoing correspondence, 2000
Incoming correspondence, 2001
Outgoing correspondence, 2001
Correspondence with/about Colombia Section, 2001-2002
Incoming correspondence, 2002
Outgoing correspondence, 2002
Incoming correspondence, 2003
Outgoing correspondence, 2003

Box 3
Incoming correspondence, 2004
Outgoing correspondence, 2004
Incoming correspondence, 2005
Outgoing correspondence, 2005
Incoming correspondence, 2006
Outgoing correspondence, 2006
Correspondence, 2007
Correspondence, undated

Box 4
Development Committee, 2001-2002
Development / fundraising
Efforts re: fundraising
Fundraising for WILPF International (EML), 1999-2000
Fundraising for WILPF International (EML), 2001
International finances/money, 2002
International finances/money, 2003
International finances/money, 2004
International finances/money, 2005
International finances/money, 2006
International finances/money, 2007
Yvonne Logan’s gifts to support interns and Lebanon WILPF, etc.
Financial matters
Planned giving discussions
Strategic planning, 2003-2007

Box 5
WILPF Congress, 2005: implementation and attendance
Board and Board Committee meetings and issues, 2007
Participation in / attendance at events [includes speaking engagements], 2000-2004
Trip to California, April 26-May 2, 2000 [85th Anniv.]
WILPF participation in R2K Outreach Committee and protests during 2000 Republican Convention
WILPF delegation to Cuba for 2nd World Meeting of Friendship and Solidarity, Havana, Nov. 8-19, 2000
Participation in AWID International Forum, Mexico, Oct. 3-6, 2002
Attendance at WILPF West Gathering, Pacific Grove (CA), May 9-11, 2003
Efforts re: trip to Cuba and Costa Rica, 2004
Efforts re: trip to Cuba and Costa Rica, 2004 (continued)

Box 6
Benefit Concert “Restoration and Resistance” for WILPF, Philadelphia (PA), Oct. 28, 2004
Attendance(?) at 49th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, United Nations, New York (NY), Feb. 28-March 11, 2005
Evening with “Dangerous Women” (Past Presidents of WILPF), Swarthmore College, April 5, 2005
Attendance at WILPF Consultation re: Save the Water Campaign April 15-17, 2005
Attendance at WILPF Consultation on the Middle East Campaign, June 10-13, 2005
Participation in Greater Boston Branch program with Yolanda King, May 3, 2006
Participation in WILPF delegation to Colombia, July 15-20, 2007
Attendance at conference re: military bases, Quito (Ecuador), 2007
WCAR [World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance), 2001
WCAR (continued)
WCAR (continued)
WCAR (continued)
WCAR: delegation packet
WCAR: expenses

Box 7
Pre-IEC seminar, July 26-29, 2000
IEC meeting, Berlin (Germany), July 31 - August 4, 2000
IEC Middle East Seminar, Geneva (Switzerland), July 28-29, 2001
IEC beeting, Geneva (Switzerland), July 29 - August 3, 2001
International Congress, Israel, July 29 - August 4, 2001 [postponed]
IEC Meeting, Geneva (Switzerland), August 31-Sept. 4, 2005
IEC Meeting 2005
IEC Meeting, Geneva (Switzerland), August 31-Sept. 4, 2005: notes taken
IEC Meeting, University of Greenwich, London (England), Sept. 8-12, 2006

Box 8
Efforts with WILPF Steering Committee
Relations with Zarefah Storey [SHOULD THIS BE RESTRICTED?]        
Efforts of WILPF re: CEDAW, 2003-2006
Efforts of WILPF re: CEDAW, 2003-2006 (continued)
Challenging Corporations Campaign, 1999
Efforts re: Colombia, 1999-2002
Cuba, 2002
Counting the Cost Campaign
WILPF participation in Don’t Spy on Me! Campaign, 2006
Efforts to get international observers at U.S. election, 2004
Efforts re: WILPF collaboration with LIMPAL, 2002-2003

Box 9
Middle East issue, 2000-2001
Police/government surveillance of WILPF office during 2000 Republican Convention; deposition of MDK in Graves et.al. v. City of Philadelphia et.al., 2001
Urgent Call Project, 2002
WILPF representation at the United Nations, 1999-2004
WILPF representatives to the United Nations, 2003-2006
WILPF website development
Women of Peace: events, efforts, etc.
Work with JAPA, 1999-2001
Attendance at JAPA Board Meeting, April 13, 2002
Work with JAPA, 2003
Work with JAPA, 2004-2007

Subseries H,4.1.f: Papers of Staff -- Amy Kwasnicki (Development Director)
Box 1
Correspondence; miscellaneous material
LIMPAL / AWID
Development Office: budget and expenses; print/mailing bids
Databases: training and usage
Website; web intern/s

Subseries H,4.1.g: Papers of Staff -- Chris Morin (Leadership and Outreach Coordinator)
Box 1
General / miscellaneous
Leadership development within WILPF
Miscellaneous correspondence
Correspondence with WILPF members, 1997-1998
Correspondence with Branches; lists
Jane Addams Internship Program, 1998-1999
Applications for WILPF internship, 1999
Women of Color Caucus, 1997-1998
Young women’s caucus/committee, circa 1996-2000
Efforts re: gay/lesbian issues
Miscellaneous efforts

Subseries H,4.1.h: Papers of Staff -- Michelle Rief (Media Director)
Box 1
Job-related information
WILPF biographies
WILPF International Congress
Cuba conference
NATO
Cassini
Press contacts (Philadelphia)

Subseries H,4.1.i: Papers of Staff -- Phyllis Rubin (Development Director)
Box 1
Miscellaneous correspondence
Fundraising/Development Committee, 1985-1991
Membership campaign, 1991
Work coordination meetings, 1986 (June) – 1987 (June)
Planning for (and attendance at?) WILPF Conference on Women and Security (held May 17, 1986)
Leadership Institute / Lil Moed Memorial Fund

Subseries H,4.1.j: Papers of Staff -- Debra Zubow [known as Z] (Program Director)
Box 1
Correspondence
General / miscellaneous material
Delegation to State Department to deliver 195 WILPF petitions and May 1991 Geneva Conference Report, October 3, 1991; press conference following [audiocassette of press conference removed to Audiovisual Collection]
Notebook kept at 8th BCRS National Meeting and at women’s conference, Beijing (China), 1995
Women’s conference, Beijing (China), 1995; follow-up to conference
Attendance at 16th Annual International Gay and Lesbian Association, circa 1995
Iraq
Middle East and Persian Gulf
Middle East Committee
Delegation to the Middle East
Branch actions re: Middle East
Nuclear Abolition Sisters

Box 2
LIMPAL Sections reports [mostly compiled by Cecilia Zárate-Laun]
Peace and Justice Treaty campaign/project
Peace and Justice Treaty campaign/project: press conference; press packet
Peace and Justice Treaty campaign/project: contacts
Truth and Reconciliation campaign/project
Truth and Reconciliation campaign/project: follow-up
United Nations
WILPF membership in UNA-USA

Subseries H,4.1.k: Papers of Staff -- Miscellaneous [Collective]
Box 1
Barbara Armentrout: Mobilization for Survival, 1977-1978
Christie Balka (Program Director): Hiroshima Day [August 1985]
Christie Balka (Program Director): CTB, 1984-1985
Jody Dodd (Leadership and Outreach Coordinator)
Jody Dodd (Leadership and Outreach Coordinator): Disarmament Committee
Jody Dodd (Leadership and Outreach Coordinator): support for National Day of Action Against Deportation,
2002
Jen Geiger (Program Director)
Gillian Gilhool (Program Department)
Gillian Gilhool (Program Department): email mailings
Audley Green: emails, 2007-2008 [mailings to At-Large list]
Audley Green: emails, 2009 [mailings to At-Large list]
Susan Jenkins (Program Coordinator)
Kate (Kathryn) Kasper
Terri Keeley (Leadership and Outreach Intern)
Jane Midgley (Director)
Jane Midgley (Director): involvement with International CTB Campaign, 1990
Carol V. Moore
Charmaine Sprengelmeyer (Program Coordinator): miscellaneous
Charmaine Sprengelmeyer (Program Coordinator): conference calls re: WILPF campaigns, 2000
Charmaine Sprengelmeyer (Program Coordinator): conference calls re: WILPF campaigns, 2001
Dorothy Steffens: economic coalitions
Beth Trigg (Development Director)
Kate Zaidan
Kate Zaidan: email mailings, 2006 (Dec.)-2007 [includes several responses]

Box 2 (1/2 box)
Notes by ?, ca. 1990s
Notebook of ?, undated [includes diary-like entries]
WILPF Speaker’s Bureau
Database development, ca. 1993

Subseries H,4.1.l: Papers of Staff -- Interns
Box 1
Interns/internships, 1980s
Internship/s at WILPF, ca. 1993
Internship applications, 1993
Internship applications, 1993 (cont.)
Interns/internships, 1995-1999
Work Study students, 1998-1999
Intern applications received, 1998
Interns chosen, 1998
Job fair, Haverford College, Sept. 1999
Interns, 1999
Intern applications received, 1999

Box 2
Intern applications accepted, 1999
Website intern, 1999-2000
Interns, 2000
Interns, 2000 (Winter-Spring)
Interns, 2000 (Summer)
Interns, 20001
Interns, 2001: Jill Catanese
Interns, 2001: Tara Lupa Das
Interns, 2001: Mary Leasure
Interns, 2001: Jessica Petocz
Interns, 2001: Dana Thorpe
Interns, 2002
Efforts of web intern, 2002 [i.e., worked on website]
Interns/internships, 2003-2004
Interns, 2005-2007
Interns, 2005: Jenna Ness
Interns/internships, ca. 2000-2006
Email mailings from Elisa Gahng (intern for WILPF’s Advancing Human Rights program), 2009 (January-February)
Interns/internships, undated material

Subseries H,4.2: Development Office [and Membership Department?]
Box 1
General
Miscellaneous correspondence/ plans and efforts, 1980s
Miscellaneous correspondence/ plans and efforts, 1990s-2001
Development Director’s report, 1996 (December)
Beth Trigg (Development Director): transition/information, 1999
Plans and reports, 2000-2006
Development plans for 2000?
Development plans, 2001 (January)
Development strategies: brainstorming, 2002 (October)
Development report, 2003 (October)
Fundraising by Branches, 1983-1991 [file of Phyllis Rubin, Development Director]
Fundraising by Branches, 1982-1986; Branch fundraising guidelines, 1986

Box 2
General
Reply-O-Letter Exchange, 1966-1968
Reply-O-Letter Exchange, 1969
Reply-O-Letter Exchange, 1969 (cont.)
Reply-O-Letter Exchange, 1970
Fundraising
Fundraising, 1970s
Fundraising, 1987 [file of Phyllis Rubin]
Quotes to use
Miscellaneous, 1980s-1990s
Miscellaneous, 2000-
Miscellaneous, undated
“Listen to the Women” project: fundraising, ca. 1980s
Fundraising proposal for training program of women to raise money for peace, 1983
Women and Democracy Project, 1995: fundraising proposal

Box 3
Fundraising
Fundraising Projects etc. for 65th and 70th Anniversaries
Mother Jones ad, 1981
New member campaign via Mother Jones advertising, 1990
Ms. Magazine ad, March 1989
Report of California fundraising trip by Beth Trigg, April 1998
“Two-Year Capacity-Building Fund: A Proposal for Funding”
Lists used for fundraising [most discarded because from other organizations’ mailing lists, with no notations]
Fundraising ideas, 1995
New York Times: fundraising for/through Cassini ad, 1997
Fundraising: lists, ca. 1999
National Sections: addresses, 1997
Fundraising possibility, ca. 2005: WILPF women who were twins
Fundraising, 2006 [file of Judy Claude, Development Coordinator]
Fundraising: prospective donors, 2006
Fundraising: table for tracking Spring 2010 mini-grants
Solicitation packet, 1984?
Pledge encouragement letters from real WILPFers, August 1995
Sample acknowledgement letters, 2001
WILPF jargon list
Facilitating and recruiting for meetings: how-to
Auction ideas
Organizing a concert: how-to
Canvassing: how-to
Holding a dinner: how-to

Box 4
Fundraising
Efforts re: Branch Fundraising Cookbook and Workshop, ca. 1998-1999
Rose Paull (National Fundraiser): correspondence with Irene Cohen, etc., 1971-1973
Rose Paull (National Fundraiser): itineraries and lists, 1970-1973
Donor Fundraising Packet, 1985
Fundraising meeting: attendees, etc., 1994-1995
Phyllis Rubin (Development Director): fundraising for CTB, 1985
Funds raised for Oglala Project / Martha Tranquilla, 1975
International WILPF: funds and fundraising
Web fundraising
“Asking for Major Gifts”
Progressive organizations in Philadelphia area, October 1999
Foundation strategy
Major Donor Workshop, May 21, 1994
Workshop on grassroots fundraising
Foundation work done by Beth Raps, 1992
Fundraising: Events
Kay Camp dinner, 1979
Dinners, 1979
Art for Peace, ca. 1970s
Holly Near information packet for possible benefit concert, ca. 1981
Ben Shahn exhibit, September 9, 1984
Franklin Institute dinner, September 1986
Fundraising; Mellon Jazz concerts, June 16-19, 1992
“Memories of Mildred” book-signing event with Margaret Hope Bacon, Philadelphia (PA),
April 3, 1993
Margaret Clews’ lists used for MSO book signing, April 1993

Box 5
Fundraising: Events
Audley Green concert, 23 May 1993
Evening with Starhawk, September 1991
International Women’s Day at the Movies, Philadelphia (PA), March 9, 1996
“Building Peace,” April 12, 1996
Dinner in honor of the awarding of Niwano Peace Prize to Marii Hasegawa, June 28, 1996
International Women’s Day event with actress Vinnie Burrows, Philadelphia (PA), March 20, 1997
Citizen Nuclear Summit, Black Mountain (NC), April 25-27, [1997?]
Cuba Film Fest, July 26, 1997
265 Years event, September 12, 1998
International Women’s Day event, March 8, 1999: general
International Women’s Day event, March 8, 1999: mailing list
Blanche Cook book-signing event, 1999
85th Anniversary proposals / information, 1999
Celebrity Auction, September 6-20, 2000: general
Celebrity Auction, September 6-20, 2000: reports and materials, 2000-2001
Fundraising party at home of Mary Day Kent and Edgar Bermudez, Philadelphia (PA), 16 August 2002
Cuba Interest Section event, 2003
Event, October 2004
Fundraising event ideas

Box 6 (1/2 box)
Fundraising: Appeals
Every member appeals, 1968-1973
Every member appeals, 1975
Every member appeals, 1976
Every member appeals, 1978
Every member appeals, 1979
Every member appeal for 65th anniversary, 1980 (April 1)
Every member appeal, 1980 (June)
Every member appeals, 1981
Every member appeals, 1982
Every member appeal #2: Pioneers for Peace, 1983 (March)

Box 7
Fundraising by Board of Directors
Board fundraising: reports, 1986-1987
Board fundraising, 1991-1992 (1)
Board fundraising, 1991-1992 (2)
Board fundraising: statistics on past donors, 1992
Board fundraising: donor responses, 1992
Board fundraising: results, 1992
Board fundraising, 1993 (1)
Board fundraising, 1993 (2)

Box 8
Fundraising by Board of Directors
Board fundraising: donor call instructions
Board fundraising, 1994
Board fundraising, 1995
Board fundraising, 1996-1997
Board fundraising, 1998
Board fundraising, 1999
Survey of Board about fundraising, October 2000
Board fundraising, 2000-2005
Board fundraising, 2006-2007, undated
Board fundraising: possible responses to negative reactions during phone calls

Box 9
Fundraising via Telephone
Phonathon/s, 1981
Phonathon/s, 1982
Phonathon response sheets, January 1982
Phonathon response sheets, January 1982 (cont.)
Phonathon/s, 1985-1986
Phonathon/s, 1987-1988
Phonathon/s, 1989
Phonathons, 1992-1993
Phonathon/s, undated [ca. 1981-1993]
Sister Branch calls, 1987
Sister Branch calls, 1989
Sister Branch calls, 1990-1991
Sister Branch calls, 1992
Sister Branch calls, April 1993
Sister Branch calls, 1995-1997
Sister Branch calls, 2003-2004

Box 10
Fundraising Permits
New York Solicitation Permit, 1957-1958
Pennsylvania Solicitation Permit
New York Solicitation Permit, 1961 -1967  
Pennsylvania Solicitation Permit, 1966-1969
New York Solicitation Permit, 1968-1970
Pennsylvania Solicitation Permit 1970-1974
New York Solicitation Report, 1972-1974
Pennsylvania Solicitation Permit re: Charitable Organizations, 1972-1973
Charitable Commission filings, 1974-1982
Pennsylvania Solicitation of Funds, 1975-

Box 11
Fundraising Pledge Drives / Pledges
Pledge drives/pledges, 1975-1995
Pledges to WILPF International, 1979-1983, 1987
Caller pledge responses, 1988
Caller pledge responses, 1988 (cont.)
Pledges, 1998
Pledge drives/pledges, 1999
Pledges, 2000
Pledges, 2001
Pledge drive/pledges, 2002

Box 12 (1/2 box)
Fundraising Pledge Drives / Pledges
Pledge drives/pledges, 2003
Pledge drives/pledges, 2004
Pledge drives/pledges, 2005
Pledge drives/pledges, 2006

Box 13 (1/2 box)
Fundraising Reports
Fund/appeal/campaign activity report/s, 1997
Fund/appeal activity report/s, 1998
Fund activity reports, 1999
Fund/appeal/campaign activity reports, 2002-2001
Fund activity reports, 2002
Fund activity reports, 2003
Fund activity report, 2004
Fund activity reports, 2005
Fund/appeal activity reports, 2006

Box 14 (1/2 box)
Fundraising: Planned Giving
Planned giving campaigns, 1990s
Planned giving report, July 3, 1999
Planned giving campaign/s, 2000-2002

Box 15
Branches
Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti
Asheville
Baltimore
Berkeley / East Bay
Boston
Boulder
Burlington
Cape Cod
Catonsville
Chapel Hill
Chicago
Cleveland
Davis, California
Des Moines
Detroit
Essex County / Montclair, New Jersey, Branch III
Fairfield, Connecticut
Fresno Branch, California
Germantown Branch
Greater Lansing
Humboldt / Arcata, California
Little Traverse, Michigan
Los Angeles
Madison
Maine
Menominee Valley, Michigan
Mercer County, West Virginia
Mid-Missouri
Milwaukee
Minnesota Branch
New York City
Norristown
Pajaro Valley , California
Palo Alto
Peninsula
Philadelphia Mid-City
Pittsburgh
Portland
Rockaway
Sacramento
Salt Lake City
San Francisco Branch
San Jose
Santa Cruz
Seattle Branch
Springfield, Illinois, Mary Wood Branch
St. Louis
Swarthmore
Tucson
Central Vermont
Region II Closed Account 28 July 2000
Region IV

Box 16
Fundraising: Donors
Donor lists, 1972-1996
Donors, 1997-1998
Donors, 1999
Donors, 1999 [listed by constituency]
Donors, 2000
Donors, 2001
Donors, 2002
Donors, 2003
Donors, 2003 (cont.)
“All Gifts” list, 2003

Box 17

Fundraising: Donors
Donors, 2004-2006 [incomplete record]
Donor list, 2005-2007
List of all donors [printed in 2006]
Donor lists, undated
Individual contributions, 1974-1976
Individual contributions, 1976-1977
Individual contributions, 1977-1978
Individual contributions, 1977-1978 (cont.)
Individual contributions, 1979-1981

Box 18
Fundraising: Donors
Thank you letters to donors, 2003-2005
Letters to donors/members, 2006 (April)
Letters to donors/members, 2006 (May)
Letters to donors/members, 2006 (June)
Letters to donors/members, 2006 (July)
Letters to donors/members, 2006 (August)
Letters to donors/members, 2006 (September)
Letters to donors/members, 2006 (October)
Letters to donors/members, 2006 (November)
Letters to donors/members, 2006 (December)

Box 19
Fundraising: Donors
Letters to donors/members, 2007 (January)
Letters to donors/members, 2007 (February-March)

Box 20
Fundraising: Donors
LYBUNT (Last Year But Unfortunately Not This Year) donor reports, 1997-2001
LYBUNT (Last Year But Unfortunately Not This Year) donor report/s, 2005
SYBUNT (Some Year But Unfortunately Not This Year) donor report/s, 1999
SYBUNT (Some Year But Unfortunately Not This Year) donor report/s, 2001
SYBUNT (Some Year But Unfortunately Not This Year) donor report/s, 2001 (cont.)
SYBUNT (Some Year But Unfortunately Not This Year) donor report/s, 2003

Box 21
Fundraising: Donors
Donation/s made in memory of Paul Bates
Donation/s made in memory of Irene Bernstein
Donation/s made in memory of Clara Bloom
Donation/s made in memory of Gladys Blum
Donation/s made in memory of Kay Camp, 2000
Donation/s made in memory of Julia Cohen
Donation/s made in memory of Celia Daldy, 2001
Donation/s made in memory of Marian Dockhorn
Donation/s made in memory of Elizabeth Dodds
Donation/s made in memory of Vera Fisher
Donation/s made in memory of Grace Hoffman Gainer
Donation/s made in memory of Sana [Sara?] Goldblatt, 2003
Donation/s made in memory of Mary Agnes Hess
Donation/s made in memory of Carol Hoyt
Donation/s made in memory of Sadie Hughley and Fran Wagner, 2004
Donation/s made in memory of Ann Davidon
Donation/s made in memory of Linn Jacobs
Donation/s made in memory of Sara Kaplan
Donation/s made in memory of Beatrice Kornfeld, 2000
Donation/s made in memory of Paul Krebs, 2002
Donation/s made in memory of Ruth Levine, 2003
Donation/s made in memory of Flora Lisi, 2003
Donation/s made in memory of Evelyn Mauss, 2003
Donation/s made in memory of Enola Maxwell, 2003
Donation/s made in memory of Marcia McLane
Donation/s made in memory of Janet Melvin, 2003
Donation/s made in memory of Dorothy Millunchick
Donation/s made in memory of Priscilla Mitchell, 2002
Donation/s made in memory of Elizabeth Morrissett
Donation/s made in memory of Violet Orr
Donation/s made in memory of Bob Pols
Donation/s made in memory of Ruth Putz
Donation/s made in memory of Miriam Seidler
Donation/s made in memory of Charlotte Shuey
Donation/s made in memory of Ella (“Pat”) Sordill
Donation/s made in memory of Blanche Spindell
Donation/s made in memory of Mignon Thorpe
Donation/s made in memory of Rachel Tilsen
Donation/s made in memory of Helen Viviane
Donation/s made in memory of Sadie Wittenberg, 2000
Donation/s made in memory of Anne Zucker

Box 22
Fundraising: Donors
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 1978
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 1984
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 1985-1990
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 1997-2000
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 2000
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 2001
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 2002
Reports re: donations received (made in honor of individuals), 2002-2003
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 2003
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 2004
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 2005
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), 2006
Donations received (made in honor of individuals), undated
Pledge donors: A-B, circa 2002-2005 [collective folder]
A-C [collective folder]
AQAG (A Quaker Action Group) via George Willoughby
Abbott, Dorothy (Tennessee)
Abbott, Lucy
Adams, Charlotte
Aeschbach, Margaret (Texas)
Albert, Nathan
Alberts, Odessa (open)
Alexander, Anna (closed)
Alexander, Iris
Alicen, Mary Lois
Allen, Dr. Elaine (California)
Allen, James (Wisconsin)
Alsdorf, Henrietta (Washington)

Box 23

Donors
Amberson, Margaret (Massachusetts)
Anagnos, Aris (California)
Anonymous
Anonymous via Cohn Foundation
Archibald, Bernice
Armento, Barbara (Michigan)
Arnold, Fanny (California)
Aschenbach, Anna (Connecticut)
Ashley, Dianne
Aspinwall, Dorothy
Bacon, Ruth
Baen, Lillian
Baker, Beverly
Baker, Debra
Baker, Lois (Wisconsin)
Ballard, Eresta D. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Balter, Ruth and Jeremy (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Barfield, Ellen
Barry, Hathaway
Barry, Louise
Barsky, Vita (New York City, New York)
Baxter, Katherine (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Beaulieu, Lucille
Becker, Miriam (New York)
Belenky, Mary (Vermont)
Bell, Edith (Pennsylvania)
Belle, Linda (Massachusetts)
Bellettini, Claudia
Biggs, Ione (Ohio)
Birchem, Regina (Life; membership certificate)
Black-Kay, Honey
Bletter, Gloria
Bluestein, Ellie
Boehm, Marjorie
Boehm, Robert and Francis (New York City, New York)
Boone, Emily (Kentucky)
Borenstein, Irene (closed)
Bradley, Barbara
Bradley, Jane (closed)
Brandt, Z.C.
Brittain, Geraldine and John (Maryland)
Brown, Ruth Anne
Bruck, Erika (New York State)
Burkes, Betty
Buttenwieser, Peter
Butterworth, Miriam (Connecticut)
Pledge donors: C-E [collective folder]
Cadwallader, Carolyn (Pennsylvania)
Caesar, Mollie and Abe
Camp, Kay (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Cannon, Nona (California)
Carson, Meredith (Hawaii)
Cary, Joan M. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Catholics for Free Choice: Celina Chelala

Box 24
Donors
Chester, Mona
Chiquoine, Isabel K. (New York)
Chmielewski, Wendy
Cima, Lyn (Maine)
Clark, Brita (Tennessee)
Clement, Marilyn
Clews, Margaret (Florida)
Cohan, Irene (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Cohen, Lillian (Florida; membership certificate)
Cohen, Marlo (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Cohen, Max (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Cole, Kay
Coleman, William (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Collett, Wallace (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Concerned Citizens of Leisure World
Conway, Carol
Cook, Tura Campamella (Texas)
Cooper, Bessie (closed; 2002)
Cooper, Donna (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Cooper, Lavon
Corwin, Betty
Crawford, Miriam (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Critchlow, Eliza
Critchlow, Harriet (Maryland)
Crosby, Nancy Larrick (closed)
Culp, David
Custer, Elisabeth
Cutler, Carol
Dagostino, Shirley
Dailey, Mark Sawyer
Dailey, Sheron (Indiana; membership certificate)
Daly, Marion
Dane, Barbara
Day, Suzanne (New Jersey)
De Kuypier, Suzanne
Desai, Helen (California)
DeTroy, Christine
Dewey, Jane (Vermont)
Dewey, Laura
Diaz, Marliese (Maryland)
Dickson, Katherine (Colorado)
Dillon, Sarah
Dohm, Athenia (closed; 2002)
Doll, Mary (Ohio)
Doughty, Paul and Polly (Florida)
Douglas, Claire (California)
Drey, Leo (and Kay?; Missouri)
Duckles, Madeline (California)
Dunham, Joan Findlay (New York City, New York)
Dunham, Peg
Dutton, Marghi (California)

Box 25
Donors
Earle, Lisa (New York)
Eberly, Natalie (California)
Echternach, Jeanne (Virginia)
Edwards, Margaret Fawcett (California)
Elperin, Ronald (Massachusetts)
Evanoff, Ruthann
Evans, Hazel (Georgia)
Evelev, Helen and Leonard (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Ewing, Anne and William (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
F-G [collective folder]
Farnsworth, Esther (Vermont)
Feder, Claire (California)
Ferger, Martha (New York)
Fisher, Jeanne (California)
Florant, Anne (donor; 1987-1988)
Ford, Daisy
Forster, Barbara (Minnesota)
Fort, Peggy (New York)
Foster, Cynthia (Massachusetts)
Frank, Harold
Frantz, Margaret (Vermont)
Freeman, Harrop and Ruth
Frew, Martha (Ohio)
Friedson, Lucille (Florida)
Fuller, Margaret (Ohio)
Fultz, Laura
Furay, M. Lynn
Gado, Barbara
Gaines, Edith
Gaines, Hugh (open)
Gallup, Francis (Pennsylvania)
Gara, Lenna Mae (Ohio)
Garfield, Patricia (California)
Garrett, Jean (California)
Garrett, Lila
Gellerman, Joanne (Minnesota)
Gitt, Elizabeth [see also Elizabeth Gitt Foundation]
Glover, Dr. M.A. (Hawaii)
Gold, Dr. Barbara W. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Goldsmith, Joan (California)
Gore, Jean
Gotthardt, Anne
Graves, Ruth (Michigan)
Graves, Michael (in-kind computers)
Gray, Helen
Green, Audley (Massachusetts)
Greene, Marion (California)
Greiner, Lynn (Washington)
Griffis, Anne (District of Columbia)
Groves, Pamela and Gerry
Grumman, Helen Burr
Grunow, Kenneth and Mary (Michigan)

Box 26
Donors
H [collective folder]
Haas, Janet
Haas, John (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Haegle, Dorothy
Haessler, Lucy
Hamilton, Elizabeth (California)
Harkins, Lynne (California)
Harris, Ruth B. (Philadelphia)
Harris-Straus
Harvard University
Hasegawa, Marii (Massachusetts)
Hastings, Rosalind and Harold (California)
Haughton, Eloise
Hayden, Molly Tan (California)
Headley, Harriet
Heath, Elinor (California)
Hefley, Ted (Michigan)
Heinze, Fredericka
Heller, Ruth
Hershcopf, Marianne (membership certificate)
Herz, Helga (Maryland)
Hewitt, George
Hilton, Sue (California; life; membership certificate)
Hitt, Wendy (New Mexico)
Hoch, Minnie (Maryland)
Hocking, Katherine (closed)
Hoffmeier, Nera (New York)
Honig, Lisa
Houghton, Eloise K. (Massachusetts)
Howell, Alibeth (New Jersey)
Hughes, Kathleen
Hugonot: Maler, Oclile
Hull, Irene
Hunter, Ruth
I-K [collective folder]
Isaacs-Margan, Amanda
Ivey, Anne (North Carolina)

Box 26a (1/2 box)
Donors
Jaffe, Minnie
James, Barbara (California)
Jensen, Ethel and Joe (Pennsylvania)
Jensen, Mary (Washington)
Job, Karen (2002; closed)
Johns, Clara
Johnson, Charles and Ava
Johnson, Florence (California)
Johnson, Jeanette (California)
Johnson, Nelli (Ohio)
Jonah, Jean (Massachusetts)
Jones, Beatrice
Josephs, Babette (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Judson, Julia (closed)
Karpen, Leah (NC)
Kellogg, Mary Stuart (California)
Kempner, Fritz and Natalie (Maine)
Kenschaft, Patricia (New Jersey)
Kidwell, Blossom (closed; 2003)
Kill, Victoria (Washington)
Kind, Philip [son of Lessie Kind]
Kind, Sharon Glickman (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
King, Anita (Massachusetts)
King, Carol (Ti)
Knighton, Billie (Kansas)
Kofford, Renae (Colorado)
Kohn, Edith (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Konrad, Dr. Mark and Allison
Korman, Phyllis
Koster, Ruth

Box 27
Donors
Kramer, Mildred and Richard (California)
Kroll, Louis (New York City)
Krysl, Marilyn (Colorado)
Kublin, Ben and Selda
Kunkel, Mary
Kunkel, Mary (Wisconsin)
Kurz, Herbert (New York)
L [collective folder]
Larimore, Ann (Michigan; membership certificate)
Last, Sandra (Michigan; membership certificate)
Latner, Betty Rhodes
Lauder, Ruth
Lawler, Louise
Lawrence, Meredith; Stein, Judith
Lazar, Deborah Joy (Illinois)
LeFort, Eileen and Paul (Illinois)
Lentz, Betty Sue (Massachusetts)
Lester, Katharine
Levy, Eileen (California)
Lewis, Margaret and Tedford (Missouri)
Lichty, Pamela and Don (Hawaii)
Light, Deborah Ann (New York)
Lin, Shirley
Lindemann, Betty
Lindsay, Faith
List, Vicki [Bread and Roses Community Fund]
Livingston, Millie
Lloyd, Christopher
Loftis, Anne (California)
Logan, Yvonne [includes donations given in her honor when she completed terms as President of WILPF]
Loveman, Lorrie (life)
Lovett, Virginia (Ginny)
Lovinger, Louise (California)
Lown, Louise (Massachusetts)
Lubin, Barbara (California)
Lucifer, Marilyn (California)
Ludlow, William
Luther, Sara F. (New York)
M [collective folder]
Macfarlane, Susan P. (Maryland)
Mahaffey, Maryann (Michigan)
Malin, Michael (Pennsylvania)
Malinowski, John (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Maloney, Marianne R.
Marks, Richard and Joy (Maryland)
Martineau, Alice Anne and Olivia Bartlett (California)
Masterson, Madeline
Mather, Lynn
Mauss, Evelyn
Mazel, Bernie
McCarthy, Katherine (Connecticut)
McCluskey, Diane (Illinois)
McConnaughey, Evelyn (Oregon)
McMullen, Martha
McNamara, Carla (California)

Box 28
Donors
Melov, Charles
Mencher, Joan
Merkelson, Elizabeth
Meyer, Howard
Michael, Elizabeth (Michigan)
Miller, Karen
Miller, Laura Ann
Miller, Maya (Nevada)
Mills, John (Michigan)
Missoula Women for Peace: Perkin, Sandra
Moed, Julie
Molloy, Betty
Monras-Sender, Maria (Pennsylvania)
Monroe, Duane
Montgomery, Martel (Connecticut)
Moody, Col. and Mrs. Reynold?
Mooney, [Ms.] Magi
Moore, Helen (New York)
Morgan, Molly
Morin, Chris
Morris, Anna
Morris, Elizabeth
Marton, Joe
Moser, Alice (California)
Mudd, Emily
Mukerji-Bergeson, Rose
Mullen, Valerie (Vermont)
Muniz, Elenita
Myerson, Alan
Myerson, Vivien
N-S [collective folder]
Nelson, Anne (Massachusetts)
Nelson, Susan M.
Nesbet, Helen
Neuberger, Ursula (Ulla) (Virgin Islands)
Neuman, Janet
Newman, Carol Jean (California)
Newman, Edith
Newman, Melissa (Connecticut)
Newman, Sheila
Newtown, Margaret (Vermont)
Nichol, Lucy
Norman, Rhoda (California)
Nothnagle, Esther
Nowlin, Genevieve (closed)
Nyce, Francis (Maryland)
Oatis, Pam; Kiely, John
Och, Kathryn (California)
O’Hara, Genevieve (Maryland)
Olsen, Frances F.
Otis, Kimberly
Oxfeld, Edith (New Jersey)
Palmer, Charman
Palumbo, Kippee
Parent, Annette
Parra, Erica (Massachusetts)
Paton, Frank and Stella (California)
Patten, Edith
Peabody, Mary correspondence
Pearce, Kathy
Pendell, Carol (California)
Pennybacker, Jean
Perry, Alice De V.

Box 28a (1/2 box)
Donors
Petchers, Marcia (Ohio)
Peterson, Ellen (Florida; life; membership certificate)
Peterson, Gwen (Iowa)
Peterson, Martha
Peterson, Melva (New York City, New York)
Petertil, Jeff
Petric, Faith
Petschek, Fran (Oregon)
Petschek, Heriberto and Frances
Pois, Anne Marie
Pollan, Stephen and Corky
Pollin, Jim (Maryland)
Poneck, Esther
Ponvert, Phyllis (Michigan)
Poole, Lizzy
Pope, Selta
Porter, Amanda (New Jersey)
Porter, Mary Lisbeth
Pose, Joan (California)
Post, Richard and Rita
Pratka, Frank
Pratt, Pat
Preis, William and Barbara (Ohio)
Preston, Stephen (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Pritchard, Alvera M. (Florida)
Pritches, Evelyn
Prybutok, Evelyn
Pulier, Anita and Myron (New York City)
Puretz, Violet (California)
Quintana, Frances
Quintao, Miriam
Rankin, Joanna
Rasmussen, Virginia
Rattray, Carol
Ravitz, Susan (Pennsylvania)
Rawlin, Maggie

Box 29
Donors
Reagan, Bonnie (Oregon)
Rebelsky, Frieda (Massachusetts)
Regan, Jane (Alaska)
Rehfeld, Rex
Reindl, Leslie (Minnesota)
Renshaw, Jeanette (Tennessee)
Rezeau, Laurel (California; life; membership certificate)
Richards, Alice (California)
Richardson, Barbara (New Hampshire)
Richardson, Dr. Susan
Rizzo, Thomas
Roberts, Ann
Roberts, Barbara (Wisconsin)
Roberts, Justine (California)
Robertson, Helene
Robinson, Agnes
Robinson, Amy; Schaefer, Christopher
Robinson, Carolyn (McGuckin; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Robinson, Trevor (Massachusetts)
Rodelfs, Ann
Roeder, Lois M.
Roehrs, Helena (Puerto Rico)
Roemer, Ruth
Rogers, Patsy
Rolfe, Ursula (California)
Rom, Dorothy (Florida)
Roper, Marilyn (Maine)
Rose, Zelda (California)
Rosenblith, Judy
Rosenthal
Roskos, Laura
Rosmarin, Karen (California)
Ross, Janet (Wisconsin)
Rubinsky, Frank (open)
Rudovsky, David (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Russak, Mary
Russell, Ralph
Sakitt, Rita and Mark (New York City, New York)
Salk, Evelyn (Illinois)
Samelson, Amy Carter
Sammet, Diane (California)
Sanderson, Charlotte
Sanjines, Ethel (California)
Satterthwaite, Adaline (Pennsylvania)
Schatzberg, Laura
Scheifler, Donna
Schmelzer, Stephanie
Schmitt, Helen
Schnepp, Paula
Schreiber, Gladys (Massachusetts)
Schwartz, Ellen
Scott, Barbara F.
Searle, Ruth
Seney, Susan
Shahi, Leslie
Shapiro-Kramer, Laura (New York City, New York)
Shaw, Cory
Shea, Lindsay (New York City)
Shephard, Nancy
Shull, Wade
Sillman, Philip (New York)
Silver, Regene
Simpson, Mildred
Singer, Beth J. (New York)
Sinopoulos, Vassie: Lysistrata Project
Sisters of Charity, BVM
Sivard, Ruth (District of Columbia)
Slutsker, Ida
Slutsky, Martha
Smith, Marge (California)
Smith, Scott
Sollen, Tomika

Box 30
Donors
Solomon, Pauline
Spaeth, George Link
Spalding, Helen
Spears, Evelyn
Spencer, Frank
Spiller, Sylvia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Spirithaven
Spivek, Roberta (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Spring, Winifred
Squire, Decourcy (Georgia; open)
Stack, Barbara
Steere, Dawn
Stein, Margaret (California)
Stensaas, Priscilla
Steingart, L.
Stephen, Flora
Stern, Liselotte
Stern, Mickey (Ohio)
Stewart, Alexander (Massachusetts)
Stoddard, Mary
Stofer, Twila
Stokes, Ann
Stokes, Lydia
Stoll, Hester
Stone-Mediatore, Shari (Ohio)
Straley, Lucy (North Carolina)
Strawbridge, Elizabeth
Streeter, Brigitte
Strout, Jan
Stuckler, Deb
Sugarloaf
Sussman, Veronica
Swackhammer, Gladys
IMO Sweet, Marilla
T-Z [collective folder]
Takayanagi, May
Taller, Dolores (California)
Tasso, Paula
Taylor, Margaret
Temple, Betsy
Terkel, Ida
Tharp, Willa
Thomas, Jennifer
Thompson, Marianne (California)
Thomsen, Curtis (05)
Thornthwaite, Virginia Fred (California)
Tilsen, Ken (Wisconsin)
Tjosvold, Mary (Minnesota)
Tobin, Mary (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Todd, Tom (Michigan)
Tolliver, Stephanie
Trachsel, Gay
Travis, Helen (2003; closed)
Tremaine, Katherine
Tropp, Robert: anonymous
Tumbelty, John
Turner, Barbara
Ulmer, Barbara and Vic (California)
Ungar, Roselva (California)
United Way 05/06

Box 30a (1/2 box)
Donors
Vafi, Toni (life)
Vaile, Barbara Poth (Minnesota)
Valdez, Ray (California)
Van Buren, Elsie (New Hampshire)
Varn, Rhoda
Vaughan, Genevieve (Texas)
Venturi, Robert (Phildelphia, Pennsylvania)
Victor, Polly (California)
Vidal-Llecha, Elisabeth (New York City, New York)
Vincent, Clara
Vines, Peg Y.
Vogel, Claire and Leonard
Volpe, Jean M. (New York City, New York)
Von Hermann, Ethel
Wachter, Billie
Walker, Alice
Walker, Bonnie F.
Walker, Sally
Walther, Helen
Walton, Charles
Warburg, Joan
Wasserman, Harriet

Box 31
Donors
Webster, _____
Weiland, Rosemary
Weiner, Nella
Weinstock, Robert and Betty (Ohio)
Weiss, Joan Tutin
Weizenbaum, Ruth
Wellesley College
Wenban, Katherine
Wendt, Mary and Peter (New York City, New York)
Wengart, Martha
Werthan, Elizabeth
Weter, Winifred
Wexler, Deborah
Wheeler, Cornelia
Wheeler, Patricia
Whitman, Thomas (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Whitney, Joan (Connecticut)
Whittmore, Susan
Wible, Pamela
Wicks, Judy (White Dog)
Wilcox, Christina
Wilder, Dorothy
Wilson, Beth
Wilson, Mary Faith (Vermont)
Wing, June
Winsberg, Ted and Trudy (Florida)
Wishnia, Judith and Arn. (New York)
Witte, Maurine
Witter, Janet and Jack (Oregon; life; membership certificate)
Wohl, Jane (Wyoming)
Wolf, Robert and Caryl
Wolfe, George
Womack, John W.
Wong, Patricia
Wood, Constance
Wood, Joan
Wood, Kathy (closed; 2002)
Wood, Roberta
Woodmansee, Winifred (closed)
Woodward, Joanne (past sponsor)
Wright, Eva M.
Wyman, Barbara (New Hampshire)
Yett, Jane (California)
Yingling, Carol Lewis
Yingling, Phyllis and Carroll
Yoder, Kaye
York, Sandy
Young, Robyn
Zablow, Leonard and Ellen
Zalph, Ruth
Zaslavsky, Claudia (New York City)
Zemel, Barbara
Ziegler, Jessie (closed; 2003)
Zimmerman, Barbara
Ziobro, Julia
Northern California Trip, July 2006
Communication: MBR/Donors
Other Investments: Certificate
Hilton, Sue (stocks)
Lewis, Ted and Margaret (stocks)
Sanderson, Charlotte (stocks)
Sober, Nina (stock)
Zoff, Elmer and Dorothy (stock)

Box 32 
Bequests / Annuities
Bequests: guidelines
Bequests: card file [x2]
Legacies and bequests, 1970s
Legacies and bequests, 1970s (cont.)
Bequests, 1982
Bequests: fund activity report, 1999-2002                                                            
Bequests/Annuities: Abrams, Freda and Agnes Thomas
Bequests/Annuities: Acker, Sylvia
Bequests/Annuities: Adams, Charlotte
Bequests/Annuities: Adler, Gertrude Silverman
Bequests/Annuities: Anderson, Alice
Bequests/Annuities: Ayre, Barbara V., 2002
Bequests/Annuities: Baron, Beatrice and Louis
Bequests/Annuities: Bauers, Louise
Bequests/Annuities: Bavely, Ruth Cooke
Bequests/Annuities: Beardsley, Helen Marston
Bequests/Annuities: Bjorklund, Jane
Bequests/Annuities: Blazevich, William
Bequests/Annuities: Blum, Robert
Bequests/Annuities: Bonner, Esther, 2003/2005
Bequests/Annuities: Brill, Hazel Root
Bequests/Annuities: Brown, Ann Peabody
Bequests/Annuities: Browne, Thelma
Bequests/Annuities: Bruner, Klara
Bequests/Annuities: Burkhart, Cora M.
Bequests/Annuities: Caesar, Mollie M.
Bequests/Annuities: Calodney, Martin
Bequests/Annuities: Camp, Kay
Bequests/Annuities: Carner, Lucy P.
Bequests/Annuities: Cassey, Norma
Bequests/Annuities: Chanko, Bessie and Herbert
Bequests/Annuities: Chapin, Annemarie Robinow
Bequests/Annuities: Cleveland, ____
Bequests/Annuities: Croner, Maif [GRT batch 1513; June 2003]
Bequests/Annuities: Crouse, Peter O.
Bequests/Annuities: Dana, Lydia Segal [$1000 – May 1997]
Bequests/Annuities: Davis, Jean M.
Bequests/Annuities: Dawson, Evelyn Raskin
Bequests/Annuities: Deutsch, Anna
Bequests/Annuities: Drake, Elizabeth
Bequests/Annuities: Edman, Marion
Bequests/Annuities: Evans, Lillian J.
Bequests/Annuities: Feldman, Ernest F. and Mildred C.
Bequests/Annuities: Fenwick, Esther Williams
Bequests/Annuities: Ferry, Carol Bernstein
Bequests/Annuities: Fischer, Marion Starr
Bequests/Annuities: Fraser, Margaret Glasgow
Bequests/Annuities: Frazier, Elizabeth P.
Bequests/Annuities: Fuson, Helen Finley

Box 33
Bequests / Annuities
Bequests/Annuities: Gage, Margaret M.
Bequests/Annuities: Geeson, Edward W.
Bequests/Annuities: Glickman, Betty
Bequests/Annuities: Goodwin, Anne, 2001
Bequests/Annuities: Grunauer, Phyllis
Bequests/Annuities: Guignon, Harriet / estate of Harriet Guignon
Bequests/Annuities: Hartstein, Frances
Bequests/Annuities: Harvey, Dorothy J.M.
Bequests/Annuities: Hayes, Dorothy M.
Bequests/Annuities: Hefley, Edith
Bequests/Annuities: Heisler, Friedy B.
Bequests/Annuities: Herrschaft, Elena
Bequests/Annuities: Hewitt, Jean T.
Bequests/Annuities: Hiatt, Mary Lane
Bequests/Annuities: Holmes, Miriam E.
Bequests/Annuities: Howie, Evelyn M.
Bequests/Annuities: Huggins, Beatrice T.
Bequests/Annuities: Husik, Spencer
Bequests/Annuities: Isenberg, Cynthia
Bequests/Annuities: Ives, Gertrude B.
Bequests/Annuities: Jameson, Lillian
Bequests/Annuities: Johnson, Elizabeth J.
Bequests/Annuities: Kachansky, Rakila
Bequests/Annuities: Kaufman, Samuel
Bequests/Annuities: Keshishian, Marlin
Bequests/Annuities: Kirpich, Billie
Bequests/Annuities: Knapp, Evelyn
Bequests/Annuities: Knowlton, Elizabeth B.
Bequests/Annuities: Kopitnik, Stan
Bequests/Annuities: Krehbiel, Leona G.
Bequests/Annuities: Krieger, Jean H.
Bequests/Annuities: Lazerowitz, Alice, 2002
Bequests/Annuities: Lenel, Irmgaard, 2003
Bequests/Annuities: Lewis, Marie E.

Box 34
Bequests / Annuities
Bequests/Annuities: Lieberman, Rosilyn
Bequests/Annuities: Lipson, Pearl
Bequests/Annuities: Littman, Marianne
Bequests/Annuities: Loeffler, Helen
Bequests/Annuities: Logan, Robert Elmer
Bequests/Annuities: Lovett, Beatrice R.
Bequests/Annuities: Lukoff, Rose
Bequests/Annuities: MacDonald, Ralphyne
Bequests/Annuities: Major, Sylvia
Bequests/Annuities: Manno, Catherine Joseph
Bequests/Annuities: Marks, Sherilynne
Bequests/Annuities: Marston, Mary G.
Bequests/Annuities: Martin (Gore), Ethel
Bequests/Annuities: Martin, Lora Mae (Pat)
Bequests/Annuities: Matthews, Gladys
Bequests/Annuities: Matthews, Margaret L.
Bequests/Annuities: McKenzie, Lyda H.
Bequests/Annuities: Mebel, Mildred Claiborne
Bequests/Annuities: Meili, Olive B.
Bequests/Annuities: Monrad, C. Juanita / estate of C. Juanita Monrad
Bequests/Annuities: Monroe, Mildred C.
Bequests/Annuities: Moseley, Margaret L.
Bequests/Annuities: Muyskens, Mathilda
Bequests/Annuities: Nelson, Jane McTaggart Bone
Bequests/Annuities: Nettleton, Marvin and Violet
Bequests/Annuities: Newmark, Sarah
Bequests/Annuities: Niven, Susan, 2003
Bequests/Annuities: Norrick, Ruth
Bequests/Annuities: Okshen, Irene Waryas
Bequests/Annuities: Pearson, Beatrice
Bequests/Annuities: Pineo, Allen
Bequests/Annuities: Podesta, Jane
Bequests/Annuities: Poole, Marjory A.
Bequests/Annuities: Potts, Mildred B. and Ivan R.
Bequests/Annuities: Price, Josephine
Bequests/Annuities: Rebelsky, Freda
Bequests/Annuities: Reivich, Joan
Bequests/Annuities: Rhodes, Mary
Bequests/Annuities: Rilling, Luella D.
Bequests/Annuities: Rimbach, Lucia M.
Bequests/Annuities: Ritter, Anne Pelson

Box 35
Bequests / Annuities
Bequests/Annuities: Robbins, Ethel Lieb
Bequests/Annuities: Roberts, Edna
Bequests/Annuities: Rosahn, Beatrice G.
Bequests/Annuities: Rosenberg, Nina
Bequests/Annuities: Estate of Rex Roudebush: sale proceeds
Bequests/Annuities: Safran, Jeanette
Bequests/Annuities: Schwab, John and Tan
Bequests/Annuities: Severson, Albert C.
Bequests/Annuities: Shallow, Mary Elisabeth
Bequests/Annuities: Shapiro, Margaret
Bequests/Annuities: Shapiro, Olga
Bequests/Annuities: Shepherd, Francis
Bequests/Annuities: Sherwood, Elsie B.
Bequests/Annuities: Silverblatt, Bobbie
Bequests/Annuities: Skidelsky, Berenice C.
Bequests/Annuities: Snyder, Margaret Bushong
Bequests/Annuities: Solomon, Faye K.
Bequests/Annuities: Stauffer, Norma H.
Bequests/Annuities: Stern, Fae
Bequests/Annuities: Tandy, Frances E.
Bequests/Annuities: Tarn, Lillian, 2004-2005
Bequests/Annuities: Thomson, Margaret
Bequests/Annuities: Travis, Helen, 2002
Bequests/Annuities: Vicente, Estelle Charney
Bequests/Annuities: Weiss, Helen
Bequests/Annuities: Weller, Bernard
Bequests/Annuities: Western, Elsie
Bequests/Annuities: Williams, Wilfetta
Bequests/Annuities: Wilson, Leona Ferril
Bequests/Annuities: Yates, Agnes E.
Bequests/Annuities: Yoder, Kaye and Russell
Bequests/Annuities: Yourcenar, Marguerite
Bequests/Annuities: Yussupoff, Elina O.
Bequests/Annuities: Zinman, Rosette B.
Bequests, 2005
Bequests, 2006

Box 36
Estates, 1970s
Life income contracts
Estate: Abrams, Freda
Estate: Armstrong, Eunice (Mrs. Donald Bord)
Estate: Barry, Louise: request for information
Estate: Bjornberg, Ellen H. and Esther E.
Estate: Brainerd, Heloise
Estate: Braude, Ula
Estate: Bunce, Gertrude Ware
Estate: Burget, Helen M.
Estate: Burkhart, Cora M.
Estate: Bussey, Gertrude C.
Estate: Campbell, Viola M.
Estate: Chambers, Winifred Schaum
Estate: Chawner, Mary G.                                                                                    
Estate: Clewe, Belle Ragnar Paarsons
Estate: DiLanna, Anna
Estate: Dodge, Beatrice
Estate: Farnham, Constance
Estate: Fortier, Jeanne
Estate: Frampton, Anna Mary
Estate: Frazier, Elizabeth P.
Estate: Galbraith, Anna M.
Estate: Glickman, Betty
Estate: Grelle, Elsa Emilie
Estate: Grinnell, Miriam H.
Estate: Halsey, Florence
Estate: Hammond, Esther Fiske (NPL)
Estate: Hammond, Sarah E.
Estate: Hannaford, Ruth E.
Estate: Heltzel, Eleanor Reed
Estate: Holland, Janice and Annie Shuler
Estate: Hood, Carrie Azella
Estate: Howie, Evelyn M.
Estate: Ingham, Else (deceased)
Estate: Jacobson, Laura D. (deceased)
Estate: Jamieson, Janet P.
Estate: Johnson, Emily Cooper
Estate: Jones, Rose T.
Estate: Konheim, Erna
Estate: Lee, Clara Ainsworth
Estate: Malone, Margaret Bradford
Estate: Marcus, Eva B. (deceased)
Estate: May, Edith R. (NPL; deceased)

Box 37
Estates, 1970s
Estate: McDowell, Kenneth H. -- request for information
Estate: McKenzie, Lyda H.
Estate: Olmstead, Margaret T.
Estate: Overholt, John D.
Estate: Pautz, Marie McCadden (deceased)
Estate: Potts, Ethel R.
Estate: Riseman, Carl M. -- request for information
Estate: Roudebush, Rex
Estate: Roudebush, Rex (continued)
Estate: Ruch, Peter B.
Estate: Smith, Amy M. (1960)
Estate: Smith, Nellie M.
Estate: Solomon, Faye K.
Estate: Stebbins, Edna
Estate: Stephens, Arthur I.
Estate: Thompson, Marjorie and Rex Roudebush
Estate: Warren, Jessie A.
Estate: Weager, Letitia
Estate: Weller, Bernard
Estate: Wheeler, Marjorie S.
Estate: Wilson, Ruth McKinley
Estate: Wood, Edith Longstreth
Trusts
Lucy P. and Dora Allen Trust
Emily Green Balch (et.al.) Trust
Thelma Browne Trust
Joseph and Florence Gomez Charitable Remainder Unitrust           
John and Julia Harvey Trust
Kagan Family Trust: gift, 1991
Temi Olga Kardas Trust
Irmagard Lenel Trust
Agnes Lilley Trust
Robert Treat Paine and Ethel Paine Raven (Moors) Trust
William and Bette Rush Trust
John Sellon Trust
[Lillian?] Tarn Trust

Box 38 (1/2 box)                                   
Funds
Jane Addams Legacy Fund
Anna Blitzstein Memorial Fund
Dr. Alice Hamilton Memorial Fund
Jones Fund
Albert Liveright Memorial Fund
Leadership Development Fund
Robin Lloyd Matching Fund
Yvonne Logan: Fund for Interns
Mildred Scott Olmsted Fieldwork Fund: applications received from Regions etc., ca. 1990s
Mildred Scott Olmsted Fund
Marjorie Schafer Memorial Fund

Box 39
Foundations
AGAPE
AGAPE Foundation
Arronson Foundation
BOEHM
Bread and Roses
Careth Foundation, 2001
Careth Foundation, 2002-2003
Chace Fund Committee (Ann H. T Elizabeth M. Chace)
Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting (Yarnell Fund)
Doherty Foundation
Elizabeth M. Gift Foundation
Episcopal Relief and Development
Ford Foundation, 1974-200?
Fund for Nonviolence
Funding Exchange
Glitt, Elizabeth Foundation (PA)
Hastings Peace Foundation, 2000-2002
Passano, William: Ida Kemp and William Passano Family Foundation
Kellogg Foundation
LAGU Foundation
Loretto Community
Madison Community Foundation
Mary Ellen Carter Foundation
Meierotto Fund 2005 via American Friends Service Committee
[Miscellaneous Foundations see box 6]
National Philanthropic Trust
Newman’s Own, 1991-

Box 40
Foundations
New York Community Trust
North Shore Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program
Peace Development Fund, 1997-1999
Pennsylvania Humanities Council, 1982-
Pond Foundation, -2002
Pond Foundation, 2003-2005
Pond Foundation, 2006-2007 (uses of money)
Presbyterian… Self Development
Presiding Bishop’s Fund for World Relief (The Episcopal Church)
[Prospect Lists see box 6]
Rohm and Haas Company, 1985-1987
Samuel Rubin Foundation

Box 41
Foundations
The Spellissy Foundation, 1992-1995
Stewart R. Mott Charitable Trust
Tides Foundation, 2006
Triangle Community Foundation
United Methodist Church
Global Ministries: The United Methodist Church
United Way, 1981-1996, 2001
Unity Ave. Foundation, 1993
The William Penn Foundation
Foundation: grants applied for but not received
A-Lee [composite folder]
Albert A. List Foundation [not received?]
Albert Einstein Institution [not received?]
Arca [not received?]
Arca Foundation 2007 [not received?]
Biosophical Institution 121405 [not received?]
Carnegie Corporation of New York [not received?]
Colombe [not received?]
Compton Foundation [not received?]
Connect US Tides Middle East 8/2005 [not received?]
Deer Creek Foundation
Disciples of Christ Christian Church [not received?]
Dolfinger MacMahon Foundation [not received?]
Eastman Foundation [not received?]
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America [not received]
Favrot Fund [not received?]
FACT Services Co. French-American Charitable Trust [not received?]

Box 42
Foundations: grants applied for but not received
Levi Strauss
Levinson Foundation
Luce Foundation
MacArthur Foundation
Markle Foundation [not received?]
Mertz Gilmore Foundation [not received?]
Middle East (North Africa Initiatives Program) [not received?]
Ruth Mott Fund
Mott Foundation: Charles Stewart
MS. Foundation
Needmor Foundation
New Century Trust [not received?]
New Land
New World, 1975-2002
Open Meadows, 1992-2000
Open Society Institute [not received?]
Ottinger Foundation, 2000-2001
Park Foundation Water 8/2005 [not received?]
Patagonia Water 2005-6 [not received?]
Pew Charitable Trusts, 1996
The Philadelphia Foundation, 1975-1996
Pollack Foundation for the Study of the Americas
Public Welfare Foundation [not received?]
Resist
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
The Rockefeller Foundation, 1983-1988
Helena Rubinstein Foundation, 1980

Box 43
Foundations: grants applied for but not received
Rodale
Scherman Foundation, 1988-2001
Shalan Foundation, 1991-1992
Sister Fund, 1995-2002
Smith Richardson Foundation
Solidago Foundation, 1997
The Sophia Fund, 1987-1998
Spring Foundation
Stern Family Fund, 1980-1996
Streisand Foundation [not received?], 1987-1995, 2005
Threshold Foundation, 1992
Tides Foundation, 1992-2005
Town Creek Foundation, 1995-2003
Turner Broadcasting Co., 1981
United Church of Christ
US Human Rights Fund, 2005
United States Institute of Peace, 1992
Valentine Foundation
War Tax Resistance Fund
Wallace Global Fund [not received?]
Women Waging Peace, 2004
Women’s Way, 1986
Working Assets [not received?]
Yarnell Fund: Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting, 2002-2003

Box 44 (1/2 box)
Foundations: grants applied for but not received (?)
Grant from the Board of Global Ministries of the UMC
Grant from the Boehm Foundation
Grant from the CarEth Foundation
Grant from the Drug Policy Foundation
Grant from the Funding Exchange
Grant from the H.M. and T. Foundation
Grant from the Kohn Foundation
Grant/s from the Peace Development Fund
Grant from the Pennsylvania Humanities Council
Grant proposal to The Pond Foundation
Grant from Presiding Bishop’s Fund for World Relief
Grant application to SAGE (Securing Assets for Grassroots Empowerment)
Grant from the Samuel Rubin Foundation Inc.
Grant/s from Sisters of St. Agnes
Grant from the Spellissy Foundation
Grant proposal to Town Creek Foundation

Box 45 [not processed fully]
Fundraising
Capacity building, 2002
Foundation deadlines, 2006
Foundation reports, 1990s
Foundation work, 1996
Foundation work, 1997-1998
Foundations grants: correspondence, 1987-2007
Foundations: general, ca. 2000-2009
Funding information, 2000
Draft of “General Proposal,” 1995
Foundations: grant proposals, 1999-2000 [file of Rosemary Burke]
Foundation visits, New York, 1995 (Fall)
Fundraising: prospect lists
Fundraising: leadership proposal, 2002
Fundraising for WILPF issue campaigns, 2005-2008

Box 46
Sponsors
Policies, form letters, lists, etc.
Sponsor report to Board, 2002 (Nov.)
Past sponsors: office memos, lists, etc.
Potential sponsors, 1979, 1981-1982, 1989
Potential sponsors, 1996, 2003-2005
Current work/sponsors
Sponsor addresses
Sponsor information sheets: addresses, contacts, contributions
Correspondence re: sponsors (for letterhead), 1973
Sponsors: correspondence
Sponsors, 2003
Sponsors, 2004
Sponsor mailing, 2005 (March)
Alvarez, Julia
Angelou, Maya [past sponsor]
Armstrong, James [past sponsor]
Banks, Dennis [past sponsor]
Bodde, Derk [past sponsor]
Boulding, Elise
Boyle, Kay [past sponsor]
Braden, Anne [past sponsor]
Brown, Rita Mae [past sponsor]
Burrows, Vinie
Caudicott, Helen [past sponsor]
Cisneros, Samora
Clark, Ramsey [past sponsor]
Conyers, John
Cook, Blanche Wiesen
Crane, Sylvia [past sponsor]
Cunningham, Sarah [past sponsor]
Davis, Jerome [past sponsor]
Davis, Ossie [past sponsor]
Dee, Ruby [past sponsor]
Dellums, Rep. Ron V. [past sponsor]
Dukakis, Olympia [past sponsor]
Edwards, Rep. Don [past sponsor]

Box 47
Sponsors
Farenthold, Francis “Sissy”
Ferry, W.H. [past sponsor]
Frank, Jerome D., MD, PHD [past sponsor]
Frederick, Pauline [rejected sponsorship]
Freeman, Harrop [past sponsor]
Gillespie, Marcia Ann [past sponsor]
Gray, Wiliam H. III [past sponsor]
Harvey, Clarie Collins [rejected sponsorship]
Hesburgh, Theodore [rejected sponsorship]
Hester, Hugh B. [past sponsor]
Huerta, Dolores
Johnson, Eddie Bernice
King, Coretta Scott [past sponsor]
King, Yolanda
Kingsolver, Barbara
Kittrell, Flemmie [past sponsor]
Kuhn, Margaret [past sponsor]
Lamont, Corliss [past sponsor]
Lee, Re. Barbara
Lindgren, Helen [past sponsor]
Lorde, Audre [past sponsor]
McAlister, Elizabeth
Millett, Kate [past sponsor]
Mitchell, Parren [past sponsor]
Nathan, Otto [past sponsor]
Near, Holly
Newman, Paul [rejected sponsorship]
Paley, Grace
Paterson, Katherine [donor; potential sponsor]
Paul, Jerry [past sponsor]
Pauling, Linus [past sponsor]
Paschkis, Marjorie and Victor [past sponsors]
Peabody, Mary (deceased) [past sponsor]
Pharr, Suzanne
Pomerance, Jo [past sponsor]
Randolph, John [past sponsor]
Reardon, Betty
Sanchez, Sonia
Starhawk [past sponsor]
Steinem, Gloria [past sponsor]
Stone, I. F. [past sponsor]
Taylor, Ethel (deceased) [past sponsor]
Varquez, Carmen [past sponsor]
Wald, George [past sponsor]
Walker, Alice
Woodward, Joanne

Box 48 [unprocessed files]
International assessment, 2003
WILPF international funding, 2002-2003
International WSSD proposal, 2002
PADMA (international fundraiser), 2002
Willbet
Winnie Mandela: tour
Proposed FY ’89 budget
Linda McAllister Everett (Development Coordinator): correspondence re: possible advertisement, 1981
Board fundraising, FY 88-89
Peace and Freedom: finance page
Dinner in honor of Mildred Scott Olmsted, 1977
70th anniversary dinner, April 26, 1985
Northeast Conference Region IV, June 4-6, 1976
The NATION exchange
MIMED memos and reports
Midwest mailing
Marion: farewell party and purse
Albert Liveright memorial
Lincoln, Reba
Lincoln Memorial Fund
Letters to contributors whose contributions were changed to dues, 1982 (May)
JAPA/WILPF, 1986-1987
Pledge reminders
Sponsors
Treasurers: mailings, manuals, etc.
Wilkinson (Frank) Appeal

Box 49 (1/2 box) [unprocessed files]
Safety deposit box
Young women contacts
World Peace Tax Fund
Women’s Equity Action League (WEAL)
AM SOUTH
Fundraising

Subseries H,4.3: Finance Office
Box 1
Papers of Mercedia Green (Finance Director, 1980s-1990s)
Correspondence by state: Arizona
Correspondence by state: California
Correspondence by state: Colorado
Correspondence by state: Connecticut
Correspondence by state: Washington D.C
Correspondence by state: Florida
Correspondence by state: Georgia
Correspondence by state: Idaho
Correspondence by state: Illinois
Correspondence by state: Indiana
Correspondence by state: Iowa0
Correspondence by state: Kansa
Correspondence by state: Maryland
Correspondence by state: Massachusetts
Correspondence by state: Michigan
Correspondence by state: Minnesota
Correspondence by state: Mississippi
Correspondence by state: Missouri
Correspondence by state: Montana
Correspondence by state: Nebraska
Correspondence by state: New Hampshire
Correspondence by state: New Jersey
Correspondence by state: New York

Box 2
Papers of Mercedia Green (Finance Director, 1980s-1990s)
Correspondence by state: North Carolina
Correspondence by state: Ohio
Correspondence by state: Oregon
Correspondence by state: Pennsylvania
Correspondence by state: Rhode Island
Correspondence by state: Tennessee
Correspondence by state: Texas
Correspondence by state: Vermont
Correspondence by state: Virginia
Correspondence by state: Washington
Correspondence by state: Wisconsin
Fundraising by Branches
Finance Office: Branch contributions lists (by Region)
Finance Office: Branch contributions, 1979
Finance Office: Branch contributions, 1980-1985
Finance Office: Branch contributions, 1986-1992
Branch contributions (and dues), 1996-1997
Branch contributions, 2001, 2006

Box 3
Papers of Mercedia Green (Finance Director, 1980s-1990s)
Financial records, 1979-1980
Financial records, 1980-1981
Financial records, 1982
Financial records, 1983
Financial records: worksheets, 1983                                                                                       
Financial records,  1984
Financial records: worksheets, 1984
Financial records, 1985
Financial records, 1986
Financial records, 1987
Financial records, 1988

Box 4
Papers of Mercedia Green (Finance Director, 1980s-1990s)
Financial records. 1989
Financial records, 1990
Financial records, 1991
Financial records, 1992
Financial records, 1993
Financial records, 1994
Financial records, 1995
Financial records, 1996
Program work
Cathy Foster
PHC/Special P&F re: Most Dangerous Women

Box 5
General Files
Finance Committee
Inventory of Finance Office, 1981 (November)
Inventory of furniture, etc. belonging to WILPF, 1980-1982
New Finance Department, 1982 (February)
Finance procedures
Mercedia Green (Financial Manager)
Escrow Fund, 1982-1985
Reserve Fund, 1966-1967
Reserve Fund, 1968-1969
Financial policy, 2005 (June 1)
Money (finance) / management
Letters to/from Branches
Godick and Company (CPA corporation) [includes legal settlement], 1981-1985
Charities registration: correspondence
Charitable Commission: instructions, 1982-1983
Flexi-orders
IRS
501©(4) form; tax ID numbers
Tax Review Board
Tax exempt forms / sales tax

Box 6
General Files
Life memberships and interest free loans
Interest free loans: correspondence
Interest free loans: agreement forms (repaid)
Outstanding interest free loans
Reserve funds
50th anniversary fund
Project budgets: 75th anniversary fund requests
Correspondence regarding donations/fundraising
Fund appeal for copier gifts
Fundraising by Ann Davidon
Stock/bond sales: forms, procedures, receipts
Investments: sale of Waverly, Inc. stock, 2001
Investments, 1970s
Investments, 1982-1986
WILPF International
WILPF International funds and assets, 1980-1982
International Congress Travel Fund: Tokyo, 1977
International assessment history
International appeal, 1981 (June)

Box 7
General Files
Requests for extensions
Assets
ACCUDATA and CPS
Safe deposit box
Budget, fiscal year 1997
Budget, fiscal year 1998
Fidelity Bank
Utah Savings and Loan Association
CA Staley: land purchase
Board travel: alumnae, lists, labels
Board elections: ballots, 1979, 1981, 1983
Instructions to treasurers
Computer purchase
Computer: operations program problems
Dues: direct (computer)
Dues mailing, September 1976
Dues mailing, 1977 (September), 1978 (February)
Dues mailing, 1978 (September), 1979 (January)
Dues mailing, 1979 (September)
Dues, 1980
Dues, 1981
Dues, 1982-1983
WILLBET
Godick and Co. (accounting firm): lawsuit against WILPF

Box 8
General Files
Expenses for “Peace and Freedom”
Peace Train
Maternal and Child Health Care Center
Felicity Hill tour
Hospitality
Women’s Budget Project: expenses
50th Campaign: organization
Cancellation letters and forms
Blair
Beck, Fanny
Jane Addams Peace Association
Miscellaneous, 1945, 1965
Miscellaneous, 1980s            
Correspondence and notes, 1982-1983
Miscellaneous, 1990s
Miscellaneous, 2000s

Subseries H,4.4: Literature Department / Publication Department / "Peace and Freedom" files
Box 1
Locator guide to department, 1989
Correspondence, 1980-1989
Correspondence, 1990-1993
Correspondence, 1994-199
Correspondence, 1998-2005
Correspondence, undated
Correspondence (outgoing) of Barbara Armentrout, 1981
Correspondence (outgoing) of Barbara Armentrout, 1982
Correspondence (outgoing) of Barbara Armentrout, 1983 (January-July)
Correspondence (editorial), 1994
Correspondence (editorial), 1994 (continued)

Box 2
History of WILPF newsletters/periodicals
University Microfilms: contract re: filming of Peace and Freedom issues
Royalties
Agreement with SoftLine Information and with Gale Group
Personnel
Report “WILPF Communications: Looking Towards the Future” by Theta Pavis
Copyright requests and permissions
Reprints of articles/chapters
Survey answers, 1985
Survey answers, 1985 (continued)
Draft articles received
Draft articles received (continued)
Manuals

Box 3
Correspondence with Impact Visuals
Correspondence with Vanguard Printing
Advertising
Freelance writers
Graphic artists /graphics
Photographers
Accessibility for the visually-impaired, etc.
Printing estimates / bids
Subscriptions: general
Subscriptions: libraries
Subscriptions: exchanges / complimentary
Missing issues claims
Mailing information
Bulk mailing
Obituary policy / obituaries
Interns and volunteers (potential)

Box 4
Correspondence re: coverage of homosexuality, 1991
Correspondence re: coverage of the Middle East, 1986-1988
Correspondence re: coverage of the Middle East, 2001
Correspondence re: coverage of Native Americans
Correspondence re: coverage of nonviolence (letters to readers forum)
Correspondence re: coverage of the USSR (letters to readers forum)
Planning / production / distribution, 1982-1985
Planning / production / distribution, 1990-1991
Planning / production / distribution, 1992-1995
Planning / production / distribution, 1996-1997
Planning / production / distribution, 1998-1999
Planning / production / distribution, 2000
Planning / production / distribution, 2001
Planning / production / distribution, 2002
Planning / production / distribution, 2003
Planning / production / distribution, 2005
Planning / production / distribution, 2006
Planning / production / distribution, 2007
Planning / production / distribution, undated

Box 5
70th anniversary issue, 1985: plans and preparation
70th anniversary issue, 1985: correspondence
70th anniversary issue, 1985: ads sent and printed
70th anniversary issue, 1985: ads sent and printed (continued)
70th anniversary issue, 1985: distribution
70th anniversary issue, 1985: PHS grant
70th anniversary issue, 1985: background material

Subseries H,4.5: Membership Department
Box 1
General
General/miscellaneous, 1980-1989
General/miscellaneous, 1990-1999
General/miscellaneous, 2000-
General/miscellaneous, undated
Membership brochures
Membership forms
Mailing service, 1981-1982
Purchase orders, 1995-1996
File of Carol Moore, 1995-1996
Planning for field organizer/coordinator positions, 1998
New member campaign, 1992
85th membership campaign, 1999
Membership workshop at 1992 National Congress
Membership workshop at International Congress, 1998
Unrenewed memberships (by request)
Correspondence, etc.: 1977-1978
Correspondence, etc.: 1980s
Correspondence, etc.: 1990
Correspondence, etc.: 1991

Box 2 (1/2 box)
General
Correspondence, etc.: 1992
Correspondence, etc.: 1993
Correspondence, etc.: 1994
Correspondence, etc.: 1995-1997, 1999
Correspondence, etc.: circa 1990s
Correspondence and Branch resolution re: membership dues, 1996
Correspondence, 2000-2007
Requests for information on planned giving and replies, 2000-2001
Members out of country

Box 3
Correspondence with Branches
Alabama: Tuskegee Branch
Alaska: Anchorage Branch
Arizona: Phoenix Branch
Arizona: Tucson Branch
Arkansas: area of Fayetteville and beyond
California: general
California: Berkeley – East Bay Branch
California: California State Los Angeles Branch
California: Fresno Branch
California: Los Angeles Branch
California: Monterey Peninsula Branch
California: Ojai Branch, 1982
California: Pajara Valley Branch
California: Peninsula Branch
California: San Diego Branch / San Diego University Branch
California: San Fernando Valley Branch

Box 4
Correspondence with Branches
California: San Francisco Branch / San Francisco University Branch
California: Sacramento Valley Branch
California: San Jose Branch
California: Santa Barbara, 1982, 1987 [restarted in 1987]
California: Santa Cruz County Branch
California: Shasta County Branch, 1982
California: Sierra Foothills Branch
California: Ventura County Branch
California: Visalia Branch
Colorado: general
Colorado: Alamosa / San Luis Branch
Colorado: Beulah Branch [proposed only?]
Colorado: Boulder Branch
Colorado: Denver Branch
Colorado: Durango Branch, 1985
Colorado: Estes Park
Colorado: Fort Collins / For Collins-Loveland Branch
Colorado: Greeley Branch
Colorado: Longmont Branch [proposed only?]
Connecticut: general
Connecticut: Fairfield Branch
Connecticut: Hartford Branch

Box 5
Correspondence with Branches
Connecticut: New Haven Branch
Connecticut: Valley-Shore Branch
District of Columbia: Washington, D.C. Branch / Women of Action Branch
Florida: general
Florida: Margaret Mead Branch (Boca Raton) / Deerfield Branch [proposed only?]
Florida: Melbourne Branch [proposed only?]
Florida: Miami [Greater Miami] Branch
Florida: Palm Beach Branch
Florida: Sarasota Branch
Florida: Tallahassee Branch
Florida: Tampa Bay Branch / Tampa-St. Petersburg Branch
Florida: Treasure Coast Branch (Port St. Lucie)
Georgia: Atlanta Branch
Georgia: North Georgia Branch
Hawaii: Big Island Branch
Hawaii: Honolulu
Idaho
Illinois: general
Illinois: Champaign / Urbana Branch
Illinois: Chicago Branch
Illinois: Chicago North Shore Branch
Illinois: Chicago West Suburban Branch
Illinois: Oak Park Branch
Illinois: Springfield Branch
Illinois: Wheaton Branch [proposed only?]

Box 6
Correspondence with Branches
Indiana: general
Indiana: Indianapolis Branch
Indianapolis: South Bend Branch
Indiana: Southern Indiana Branch (Bloomington)
Indiana: Terre Haute Branch
Iowa: Des Moines Branch
Iowa: Iowa City Branch
Kansas: general
Kansas: McPherson County Branch
Kansas: North Newton Branch
Kansas: Topeka Branch
Kansas: Sedgwick County Branch (Wichita)
Kentucky: general
Louisiana: general
Maine:  Maine Branch
Maryland: Baltimore Branch
Maryland: Catonsville Branch
Maryland: Columbia Branch
Maryland: Goucher College Branch
Massachusetts: general
Massachusetts: Boston / Greater Boston Branch
Massachusetts: Cape Cod Branch

Box 7
Correspondence with Branches
Michigan: Ann Arbor / Ypsilanti Branch
Michigan: Detroit Branch
Michigan: Ingham County Branch
Michigan: Greater Lansing Branch
Michigan: Kalamazoo Branch [proposed only?]
Michigan: Kent County Branch (Grand Rapids)
Michigan: Little Traverse Branch
Michigan: Rouge Valley Branch
Minnesota: Duluth Branch
Minnesota: Minnesota Metro Branch (St. Paul)
Minnesota: St. Cloud Branch
Missouri: general
Missouri: Columbia Branch
Missouri: Kansas City Branch / Group
Missouri: St. Louis Branch
Montana: general
Montana: Missoula Branch
Nebraska: general
Nebraska: Lincoln Branch (?)
Nevada: general
New Hampshire: general
New Jersey: general
New Jersey: Central New Jersey
New Jersey: Essex County Branch
New Jersey: Union County Branch
New Mexico: general
New Mexico: Albuquerque Branch
New York: general
New York: Hamilton College Branch (Clinton) [proposed only?]
New York: Ithaca Branch
New York: Marymount College (Tarrytown)

Box 8
Correspondence with Branches
New York: Mid-Hudson Branch (Poughkeepsie)
New York: Nassau Branch
New York: New York Metropolitan Branch [includes Flushing Branch]
New York: Oswego Branch
New York: Rochester Branch
New York: Rockaway Branch
New York: Suffolk Branch
New York: Westchester Branch
North Carolina: general
North Carolina: Asheville Branch
North Carolina: Chapel Hill / Durham Branch
North Carolina: Franklin Branch
North Dakota: general
Ohio: general
Ohio: Cincinnati Branch
Ohio: Cleveland Branch / Women Speak Out Branch (Cleveland)
Ohio: Columbus Branch
Ohio: Yellow Springs Branch
Oklahoma: general
Oregon: general
Oregon: Cottage Grove Branch
Oregon: Eugene Branch
Oregon: Portland Branch

Box 9
Correspondence with Branches
Pennsylvania: Berks County Branch
Pennsylvania: Bucks-Mercer County Branch
Pennsylvania: Germantown Branch
Pennsylvania: Harrisburg Branch
Pennsylvania: Haverford College [proposed only]
Pennsylvania: Main Line Branch
Pennsylvania: Mid-City Branch
Pennsylvania: Mid-City Branch (cont.)
Pennsylvania: Norristown Branch
Pennsylvania: Northeast Philadelphia
Pennsylvania: West Philadelphia Branch
Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh Branch
Pennsylvania: Swarthmore Branch / Swarthmore-Delco Branch
Pennsylvania: West Chester Branch / Chester County Branch
Rhode Island: general
South Dakota
Tennessee: general

Box 10
Correspondence with Branches
Texas: general
Texas: Austin Branch
Texas: North Texas Branch (Dallas Ft. Worth)
Utah: Salt Lake City Branch
Vermont: general
Vermont: Burlington Branch
Vermont: Central Vermont Branch (Montpelier)
Vermont: Green Mountain Branch
Vermont: Randolph Area Branch, 1984-1987 [became part of Central Vermont Branch in 1987)
Vermont-New Hampshire: Upper Valley Branch
Virginia: general
Virginia: Richmond Branch
Washington [state]: general
Washington: Bellingham Branch
Washington: Olympia Branch
Washington: Seattle Branch
Washington: Tacoma Branch
Washington: Vashon Branch
West Virginia: Mercer County Peace Coalition Branch (Athens)
West Virginia: Morgantown
Wisconsin: general
Wisconsin: Madison Branch
Wisconsin: Menominee Valley Branch
Wisconsin: Milwaukee Branch

Box 11
Correspondence with Branches
Wisconsin – Sheboygan Branch
Region I (West): correspondence, etc.
Region II (Midwest): correspondence, etc.
Region II (Midwest): documents, etc.
Region III (Southern/Southeast): correspondence, etc.
Region III (Southern/Southeast): survey of southern region branches, 1998
Region III (Southern/Southeast): membership analysis
Region III (Southern/Southeast): membership records 1995-1997
Region III (Southern/Southeast): membership records 1995-1997 (cont.)
Region IV (Northeast): correspondence, etc.
Regionalization report, etc., 1988 (February)

Box 12
EML and Renewal Letters/Mailings
Renewal #2- 3, 1989
International Gertrud Baer appeal, 1993
Prospect mailing, 1996 (March)
Major donor mailing, 1996, September
Iraq prospect #1, 1998
Appeals, 1999
Campaign comparison, 2000 (February 22)
Impeace the Congress FLPR appeals, 1999 (April 7)
Impeace the Congress responses, 1999 (May)
Yugoslavia NATO Bombing appeal responses, 1999 (May)
Appeal, 1999 (July)
Appeal activity report, 1999 (May 14)
EML re: 85th appeal efforts: Picasso-, 1999 (November 30)
Fall appeal results, 1999
Efforts re: appeals, 2000
Race Rave/Wave appeal, 2001 (February 3) and other appeal, 2001 (November)
Spring EML efforts, 2002 (February)
Summer EML and international efforts, 2002
Winter EML, 2002
EML re: bed and breakfast raffle: Chris Morin efforts, 2003 (spring)
EML international nominations efforts, 2003 (summer)
Efforts re: international EML, 2004
Thank-you letters, 2004
Targeted donors, 2005 (spring)
Fundraising: EML, 2005 (fall and winter)

Box 13
EML and Renewal Letters/Mailings
Every member appeal letters, 1968-1989 [incomplete set]
Every member appeal letters, 1990-1991 [incomplete set?]
Appeals and every member Letters (EMLs), 1995
Appeals and EMLs, 1996
Appeals and EMLs, 1997
Appeals and EMLs, 1998
Appeals and EMLs, 1999
Appeals and EMLs, 2000
Appeals and EMLs, 2001
Appeals and EMLs, 2002
Appeals and EMLs, 2003
Appeals and EMLs, 2004
Appeals and EMLs, 2005
Appeals and EMLs, 2006
Appeals and EMLs, 2011-2012
Exchange mailing: correspondence, 1970-1971
Membership appeal mailing from Jane Addams Branch, 1977-1979
Major donor/life member mailings, 1995-1998
Treasurer’s letter, 1996-2002
Prospect mailing, 1997-1998
New member mailing
Form letters to current and prospective members
Sample letters to possible donors
Open letter to U.S. WILPF from Lois J. Fiedler, undated

Box 14
Statistics
Statistics, 1982, 1985
Statistics, 1986
Statistics, 1987
Statistics, 1988
Statistics, 1989
Statistics, 1990
Statistics, 1991
Statistics, 1992
Statistics, 1993
Statistics, 1994
Statistics, 1995
Statistics, 1996
Statistics, 1997, 2000

Box 15
Branches/Members
Correspondence re: college Branches
Starting a branch: how-to (including college Branch/es)
Branch contacts (lists)      
New Branches / Branch prospects, 1987-1996                                                                                   
List of Branches, 1991, 2005
“New Branch-Group Organizing Packet,” circa 2004
Branch leadership forms (filled out), 1997
Branch highlights/updates, 1999-2000
Branch highlights/updates, 2003
Branches: leadership, etc., 1999-2004
Branches, 2000: break-down of geographical areas by Results Plus; lists; correspondence about membership within certain Branches
Branch requests, 2004-2007
Branch evaluations, ca. 2006-2007
Member lists, 1998-1999
Member lists, 2000 (January)
Member lists, 2000 (February)
Member lists, 2000 (February) (cont.)

On Shelf: Wrapped Computer List
Computer listing: membership list/s (members redesignated as subscribers. KP assigned R. Count 104), 1986 (June)

Box 16
Branches/Members
Folders retrieved, 2000 (February)
Member lists, 2003-2004, 2006
Member lists, undated
New members: lists, 1971 (December), 1972 (March-December)
New members: lists, 1973 (January-November)
New members, 1976 (December) – 1977 (December)
New members: lists, 1978
New members: lists, 1979 [missing November]
New members: lists, 1980
New members: lists, 1981
New members: lists, 1982
New members: lists, 1983 (January-March)
Life membership, 1978
Life membership, 1979
Life membership, 1980
Life membership, 1981
Life membership, 1982

Box 17
Branches/Members
Life membership, 1983
Life membership, 1984
Life membership, 1985
Life membership, 1986
Life membership, 1987
Life membership, 1988
Life membership, 1989
Life membership, 1990
Life membership, 1990s-2000
Certificates for life members
Life memberships: campaign ideas

Box 18 (1/2 box)
Branches/Members
Results of surveys (Friends of WILPF Profile), 1993 [from incomplete set]
Surveys (Friends of WILPF Profile) received, 1993
Surveys (Friends of WILPF Profile) received, 1993 (cont.)

Box 19
Branches/Members
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): composite
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Alabama
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Arizona
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): California
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): California (cont.)
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Colorado
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Connecticut
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): District of Columbia
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Florida
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Illinois
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Indiana
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Iowa
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Kansas
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Louisiana
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Maine
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Maryland
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Massachusetts
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Michigan
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Minnesota
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Missouri
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Montana
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Nevada
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): New Jersey
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): New Mexico
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): New York
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): North Carolina

Box 20 (1/2 box)
Branches/Members
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Ohio
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Oregon
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Pennsylvania
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Rhode Island
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Tennessee
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Texas
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Vermont
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Virginia
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Washington
Report/tallying of WILPF member profiles, 1999 (January): Wisconsin

Box 21
Branches/Members
Member profiles: no address
Member profiles: no address (cont.)
Member profiles: no address (cont.)
Member profiles: no address (cont.)
Member profiles: no address (cont.)
Member profiles: foreign

Subseries H,4.6: Program Department
Box 1 (1/2 box)
Maren Gaughan (Program Associate): efforts/correspondence, 1993
Gillian Gilhool [pre-legislative office]
Gillian Gilhool (Program Coordinator): efforts, 2004
Gillian Gilhool (Program Coordinator): strategic planning with Board, 2004
Gillian Gilhool (Program Coordinator): UFORJE retreat, 2004
Gillian Gilhool (Program Coordinator): efforts, 2005
Phong Luu (Program Internet): efforts/correspondence, 1993
Program coordinator reports
Program files in cabinet #1 (list)
Financial records, 1991-1994
“Program and Legislative Action” output/planning, 1990s
Programs/projects endorsed or participated in

Box 2
Program work on issues, 1980s
Program work on issues, 1990
Program work on issues, 1991
Program work on issues, 1992
Program work on issues, 1993
Program work on issues, 1994, 1996
Program work on issues, 1997-1999
Program work on issues, 2000
Program work on issues, 2001
Program work on issues, 2002-2003
Program work on issues, 2004
Program work on issues, 2005
Program work on issues, 2006
Program updates to listserv, 2006
Program work on issues, undated

Box 3
Program proposals, 1986-1989
Program questionnaire (filled out by WILPF members), 1992
Program planning, 1993, 1996
Program selection process, 1996-1997
Program/Campaign ideas, 1999
Campaign proposals, 1999 #1-28
Campaign proposals, 1999 #29-51
Campaign proposals, 2000-2002
Program questionnaire (filled out), 2002
Program proposals and selection process, 2004-2005
Campaign selection process, 2005-2008
Program proposals, undated
Program questionnaire re: racism (filled out by 3 people), undated

Subseries H,4.7: Resource Department
Box 1
Book list [from the library or For Sale shelves before the Philadelphia office building was sold?, ca. 2008]
Miscellaneous correspondence, etc.
Resource catalogs and lists
WILPF logos
Possible new publication, 1996 (general)
Possible new resources
Donnelly/Colt
WILPF resources advertised in Syracuse Cultural Workers Catalogs and Northern Sun, 2003-2004
Mailing schedules
21st Congress report: distribution, 1982
Resource product orders/inventory (?), 2003
Resources, 2005
Sample letters
Artist Joan Brawn
Artist Kasandra Fox
Artists willing to loan artwork, 1988
“Reconstructing Women’s Thoughts” book
“Generations of Courage” booklet
Cuba brochure, 1996 (summer)
Calendars
Production of and showing/s for film re: WILPF history “Crossing Borders” [not sure in which department this file originated]
Picasso notecard : 1st edition
Right to Dissent pamphlet
Jan Edwards CCP: peace pins
Jane Addams / Mary McDonnell postcard
Bake Sale Not Bombers poster
T-shirts
Bake Sale Not Bombers t-shirt
Corporate welfare t-shirt and other resources, 1997-1998
“Schools not Bomber” t-shirts, 2005
“Jaffa Wants to Live” video, 1985
Water bottles

Box 2
Resource paid, 2002
Resource paid, 2000-2001
Resources paid, 2003 (January-June)
Resources paid, 2003 (July-December)
Resources paid, 2004 (January-June)
Resources sold, 2004 (July-December)

Box 3
Orders (literature) filled, 1996 (September – December)
Orders (literature) filled, 1997 (January)
Orders (literature) filled, 1997 (January) (cont.)

Box 4
Orders (literature) filled, 1997 (February)
Orders (literature) filled, 1997 (February) (cont.)
Orders (literature) filled, 1997 (February) (cont.)
Orders (literature) filled, 1997 (March)
Orders (literature) filled, 1997 (March) (cont.)
Orders (literature) filled, 1997 (March) (cont.)
Orders (literature) filled, 1997 (April)
Sale of resources, 2004

Subseries H,4.8: United Nations Office
Box 1 (1/2 box)
Miscellaneous, 1980s-1990s
Miscellaneous, 2000-2006
U.N. bus trip, 1987
Felicity Hill: tour and tour reports
Felicity Hill: resignation
Felicity Hill: speaking engagement – panel paper, 2001
Participation in IANSA (International Action Network on Small Arms), 2001 [includes paper “Gender and Frontline Perspectives” by Felicity Hill]
Support for U.N. Security Council Resolution 1325, 2003
Review of Beijing Conference, etc., 2004-2005

SERIES H,5: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS -- POLICY STATEMENTS / OUTREACH
Box 1
Statements of policy, 1970-1979
Statements of policy, 1980-1989
Statements of policy, 1990-1999
Statements of policy, 2000-  ; undated
Board resolutions
Annual reports: work on, 1988-1995
Annual report (drafts), 2004
Speeches/presentations given
Testimony given
Articles by WILPF members
Letters to the Editor (by WILPF members)
Unsigned petitions
Lists of endorsements, sign-on letters, statements, etc., 1980-1981, 1992, 2006
Endorsements and sign-ons, 1980s
Endorsements and sign-ons, 1990-1994

Box 2
Endorsements and sign-ons, 1995
Sign-on Letters, 1996
Sign-on Letters, 1997
Sign-on Letters, 1997 (cont.)
Endorsements and sign-ons, 1998-1999
Endorsements and sign-ons, 2000
Sign-ons, 2001 [incomplete set]
Endorsements and sign-ons, 2002

Box 3
Endorsements and sign-ons, 2003
Endorsements and sign-ons, 2004
Endorsements and sign-ons, 2005 [file of Mary Day Kent]
Endorsements and sign-ons, 2006
Endorsements and sign-ons, 2007
Endorsements and sign-ons, 2008-2009 [incomplete set]
Endorsements and sign-ons, undated
Correspondence with U.S. Presidents, 1980s
Correspondence with U.S. Presidents, 1990s
Correspondence with the U.S. Presidents, 2000s
Correspondence with White House staff
Correspondence with Congress, 1970s and 1980s
Correspondence with Congress, 1990s
Correspondence with Congress, 2000s-____ and undated

Box 4
Correspondence with U.S. government officials, 1970s and 1980s
Correspondence with U.S. government officials, 1990s and 2000s
Correspondence with foreign officials
Letters to public figures
Mailings/memos to WILPF Activists
Mailings/memos to “Friends”
Mailings/memos to “Leaders”
Mailings/memos to “Members”
Mailings/memos to WILPF Organizers
Mailings/memos to “Sisters”
Mailings/memos [various]

Box 5
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1979-1981
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1983-1984
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1985 (Jan-June)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1985 (July-Dec)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1986
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1987
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1988-1989
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1990
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1991 (Jan-June)

Box 6
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, August 2, 1991
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1991 (Sept-Dec)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1992
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1993
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1994
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1995
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1996
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1997
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1998
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 1999

Box 7
Board Meeting: preparation packet for Board members, 2000 (Spring)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2000 (Sept; Fall)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2001
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, Spring 2002
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2002 (Sept-Oct)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2003 (Jan-May)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2003 (Fall, Sept-Dec)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2004
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2005 (Spring; May)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2006
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2007 (April)
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2007
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, 2008
Mailings/memos to Board of Directors, undated

Box 8
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 1980s
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 1991
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 1992
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 1993
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 1994
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 1996
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 1997
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 1998
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 1999
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 2000
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 2001
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 2002

Box 9
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 2004
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 2005
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 2006
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, 2007
Mailings/memos to Branch leaders, undated
Use of the internet for information updates (blog; e-advocacy; etc.)

SERIES H,6: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS -- PROGRAM AND ACTION FILES

Subseries H,6.1: Projects and Campaigns
Box 1 (1/2 box)

Anti-drug war campaign, 1998
Anti-drug war campaign, 1999-2000, undated
America North and South: Women on the Realities of War and Drugs Project, 1990s (Tour)
Fundraising: grant from the Drug Policy Foundation, 1998-1999

Box 2
Challenging Corporate Power Project, 1999
Challenging Corporate Power Project, 2000
Challenging Corporate Power Project, 2001
Challenging Corporate Power Project, 2002
Challenging Corporate Power Project: organizing packet for the campaign to abolish corporate personhood, 2002
Challenging Corporate Power Project, 2003
Challenging Corporate Power Project, 2004
Signatures supporting Declaration to Abolish Corporate Personhood, 2004
Challenging Corporate Power Project, 2005-2007
Challenging Corporate Power Project, undated

Box 3 (1/2 box)
Challenging Corporate Power: Assert the People’s Rights
Challenging Corporate Power, Asserting the People’s Rights: discussion group material
Challenging Corporate Power, Asserting the People’s Rights: versions of session instructions

Box 4
Counting the Cost Campaign: programmatic efforts
Counting the Cost Campaign: personnel
Counting the Cost Campaign: publicity and media coverage
Counting the Cost Campaign: sponsors/endorsers
Counting the Cost Campaign: Teach-In, March 9-10
Counting the Cost Campaign: Anti-War demonstration and die-in Ceremony, Philadelphia (PA), 2005 (May 15)
Counting the Cost Campaign: correspondence and reports re: local vigils on May 15th
Counting the Cost Campaign: fundraising; grants received
Counting the Cost Campaign: financial records
Counting the Cost Campaign: monetary gifts to anti-war organizations
Counting the Cost Campaign: war dead numbers printed and given to supporters for wearing to vigils
Counting the Cost Campaign: purchase of war dead numbers by family and friends of soldiers killed in Iraq
Counting the Cost Campaign: purchase of war dead numbers by supporters

Box 5
Counting the Cost Campaign: Paypal confirmations/first mailing
Counting the Cost Campaign: Paypal confirmations/mailing, April 22
Counting the Cost Campaign: checks and cash/mailing, April 22
Counting the Cost Campaign: Paypal, April 26
Counting the Cost Campaign: checks and cash, April 26
Counting the Cost Campaign: Paypal, April 29
Counting the Cost Campaign: Paypal, May 2-3, 4-6
Counting the Cost Campaign: Paypal, May 9
Counting the Cost Campaign: checks/cash, May __, 2009
Counting the Cost Campaign: Paypal, May 10
Counting the Cost Campaign: checks/cash, May 10
Counting the Cost Campaign: Paypal, May 11
Counting the Cost Campaign: May 12
Counting the Cost Campaign: checks/cash/no money, May 12
Counting the Cost Campaign: checks/cash/no money, May 13
Counting the Cost Campaign: checks, May 17
Counting the Cost Campaign: final Accounting of checks/cash from Pam

Box 6
Cuba Campaign, 1990s
Cuba Campaign, 1990s (cont.)
Cuba Campaign, 1990s (cont.)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Attendance by Cecilia Zarate Laun at Encuentro Continental Conference, Havana, 1193 (March 7-10)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Cuban Film Festival, 1993
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Invitation to Rebeca Cutie Cancino and Maria Isabel Acevedo Issasi; 1993
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Delegation to observe U.S. blockade against Cuba, 1994 (August 22-29)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Delegation focusing on Tourism and Women’s Lives, 1995 (January 4-13)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Delegation for Women and Change in Cuba, 1996 (January 21-31)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Sponsorship of Conference “Peace and Justice in Our Hemisphere,” 1996-1997 (December 27-January 7)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: De Hermana a Hermana/Sister to Sister Women’s Delegation to Cuba, 1996-1997 (December 27-January 5)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: proposal to National Women’s Studies Association for panel on Cuba at 19th Conference, 1997
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: International Women’s Solidarity Conference Delegation, 1998 (April 13-16)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: International Women’s Solidarity Conference Delegation, 1998 (April 13-16) [continued]
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: International Women’s Solidarity Conference Delegation, 1998: applications (A-B)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: International Women’s Solidarity Conference Delegation, 1998: applications (C-D)

Box 7
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: International Women’s Solidarity Conference Delegation, 1998: applications (E-I)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: International Women’s Solidarity Conference Delegation, 1998: applications (J-L)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: International Women’s Solidarity Conference Delegation, 1998: applications (M-Q)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: International Women’s Solidarity Conference Delegation, 1998: applications (R-Z)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: delegation report and evaluations; media coverage, 1998
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: delegation to Santiago de Cuba, 1998-1999 (December 23-January 3)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: International Women’s Day delegation (and Women’s Health and the Environment Conference), 1999 (March 6-16)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Cuba Action Mailing, 1996 (August)
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Cuba Action Mailing, 1997 (September)
Cuba Campaign, 2000-
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: Cuba Campaign, undated
WILPF efforts re: Cuba: involvement with Hermana a Hermana [Sister to Sister]

Box 8
Disarmament Campaign [project], 1997-1999
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign, 2000
Disarm! Dismantling the War Economy Campaign: D.C. Action Days, 2000 (August 1-2)
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign, 2001
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign: Disarm! Retreat, Ann Arbor (MI), 2001 (August 10-12)
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign, 2002
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign, 2003
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign, 2004-2005
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign, undated
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign: “Disarm Update,” 2003-2007 [incomplete set]
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign: Reaching Critical Will Initiative, 1999
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign: Reaching Critical Will Initiative, 2000
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign: Reaching Critical Will Initiative mailing, 2000 (January)
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign: Reaching Critical Will Initiative, 2001-2005
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign: Reaching Critical Will Initiative, undated
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign: Reaching Critical Will Initiative -- organizer’s packet
Disarm! Dismantle the War Economy Campaign: Reaching Critical Will Initiative – publications

Box 9
Great Day Peace Train campaign: Helsinki-Beijing, 1995
Great Day Peace Train campaign: U.S., 1995-1996
Great Day Peace Train campaign: correspondence and form letters, 1995
Great Day Peace Train campaign: correspondence and form letters, 1996
Great Day Peace Train campaign: financial records; fundraising
Great Day Peace Train campaign: mailing list
Great Day Peace Train campaign: media coverage
Great Day Peace Train campaign: publicity; press packet
Great Day Peace Train campaign: production of “Report from Beijing,” 1995
Great Day Peace Train campaign: resources created
Great Day Peace Train campaign: songs
Great Day Peace Train campaign: East Coast
Great Day Peace Train campaign: Midwest-Canada
Great Day Peace Train campaign: West Coast
Great Day Peace Train campaign: WILPF Branch events, 1995
Great Day Peace Train campaign: “Peace Train” scrapbook (Great Day Peace Train), 1995 (November 1-16) [photos removed to Photograph Collection; photocopy of scrapbook only]
Great Day Peace Train campaign: “West Coast Peace Train” scrapbook, 1996 (May 3-19) [photos removed to Photograph Collection]
Great Day Peace Train campaign: U.S. evaluations, 1995

Box 10 [notecard box]
Great Day Peace Train campaign: postcards filled out, “It would be a Great Day”

Box 11 [notecard box]
Great Day Peace Train campaign: postcards filled out, “It would be a Great Day”

Box 12
Impeace the Congress Project, 2000
Impeace the Congress campaign: requests for “report cards”
Impeace the Congress campaign: California
Impeace the Congress campaign: Florida
Impeace the Congress campaign: Maryland
Impeace the Congress campaign: Michigan
Impeace the Congress campaign: Minnesota
Impeace the Congress campaign: Missouri
Impeace the Congress campaign: New Jersey
Impeace the Congress campaign: Ohio
Impeace the Congress campaign: Pennsylvania
Impeace the Congress campaign: miscellaneous states
Impeace the Congress campaign, 2000 [file of Gillian Gilhool]

Box 13
What Is Security? Listen to Women for a Change, 1987
Listen to Women for a Change, 1975 (Kay Camp, ed.)
Listen to Women for a Change; responses from women for booklet
Women’s Poll Project – Documents/form letters/etc., 1984
Women’s Poll Project: Correspondence and notes, 1984 [files of Phyllis Rubin]
Women’s Poll Project –Finances, circa 1984
Women’s Poll Project –Publicity; media coverage
Women’s Poll Project Handbook
Women’s Poll Project: find report

Box 14
Peace and Justice Treaty, 1993-1994
Peace and Justice Treaty, 1993-1994 (continued)
Peace and Justice Treaty: signed petitions of support

Box 15
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: Advisory Committee
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: meetings and phone conversations
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: symposium sponsored, 1997 (November)
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: correspondence; form letters/mailings sent, 1997-1999
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: Philadelphia (PA) group
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: campaign proposal/s and planning
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: fundraising
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: presentation and report, 1999
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: “Truth and Reconciliation Educational Resource Packet”
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: responses to survey includes   calls
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: publicity/resources
Truth and Reconciliation campaign: contact lists

Box 16
UFORJE: Staff persons
UFORJE: Truth and Reconciliation, 1997
UFORJE: Truth and Reconciliation Symposium and Strategy Conference, 1997 (November 14-15)
UFORJE: Truth and Reconciliation, 1998
Booklet “Truth and Reconciliation, Can It Work in the United States?” by Deborah Zubow, circa 1998
United for Racial Justice (UFORJE), 1999 (January-October)
UFORJE; 1999 (November-December)
UFORJE, 2000
UFORJE: Campaign Development Workshop, June 8-11, 2000 [file of Charmaine S…]
“Uniting for Racial Justice; Truth, Reparations, Restoration and Reconciliation” Training, 2000 – packet for participants
UFORJE, 2001
UFORJE, 2002
UFORJE: retreat, June 23-26, 2002
UFORJE, 2003
UFORJE, 2004
UFORJE, 2005

Box 17
UFORJE: Race Raves – general
UFORJE: Western U.S. Race Race, University of CA at Santa Cruz (Stevenson College), 2001 (February 2-3)
UFORJE: Race Rave at Goddard College, 2002 (March 28)
Northeastern U. S. Race Rave, Hunter College West, 2001 (March 30-April 1)
UFORJE: Race Wave Symposium, Asheville (NC), 2001 (March 31)
UFORJE: Race Rave at UCLA, 2002 (May 17-18)
UFORJE, undated
UFORJE: Reference Material

Box 18
Women, Peace and Security Project: U.N. Security Council Resolution 1325, circa 2000-2006 [Joint project with Global Action to Prevent War]
Women, Peace and Security Project: U.N. Security Resolution 1325 -- Peace Women Project/Campaign, 2002
Women, Peace and Security Project: U.N. Security Council Resolution 1325 – organizing packet
Women, Peace and Security Project: draft of “Feminist Guide for National Campaign. Women’s Challenge U.S. Policy…”

Box 19
Women vs. Violence campaign: biographical information of tour speakers
Women vs. Violence campaign: Women vs. Violence Speaking Tour, 1990-1991 [2 folders]
Women vs. Violence campaign: correspondence and form letters
Women vs. Violence campaign: instructions for holding forums
Women vs. Violence campaign: evaluations and reports of tour
Women vs. Violence campaign: correspondence/memos re: global intervention
Women vs. Violence campaign: Women vs. Violence Speaking Tour, 1987 --  documents; notes for evaluation booklet [includes booklet]
Women vs. Violence campaign: clothesline projects, 1991-1994
Women vs. Violence campaign: Baltimore
Women vs. Violence campaign: Des Moines
Women vs. Violence campaign: Essex County
Women vs. Violence campaign: Germantown

Box 20
Women vs. Violence campaign: Lake Superior
Women vs. Violence campaign: Los Angeles
Women vs. Violence campaign: Madison -- evaluations
Women vs. Violence campaign: Portland
Women vs. Violence campaign: Richmond
Women vs. Violence campaign: Santa Cruz
Women vs. Violence campaign: El Salvador -- contacts
Women vs. Violence campaign: Philippine -- contacts
Women vs. Violence campaign: South Africa -- contacts

Box 21
Women’s Budget Campaign, 1996 (September)
Women’s Budget Campaign, 1996 (October-December)
Women’s Budget Campaign, 1996-1997 [file of Marilyn Clement or of Gillian Gilhool?]
Women’s Budget Campaign, 1997 (January-May)
Women’s Budget Campaign, 1997-1998 (June-)
Women’s Budget Campaign, undated (circa 1996-1998)
Women’s Budget Campaign: responses to questionnaire
Women’s Budget Campaign: “Budget Literacy Packet”
Women’s Budget Campaign: notes (from planning, meeting?)

Subseries H,6.2: Work on Issues
Box 22

ABM suit, 2002
Abolition 2000 campaign/project, 1990s
Abolition 2000 campaign/project, 2000-
Africa / South Africa, 1999-2002
Baby tooth study re: radiation by the Public Health Project, 1998
Bosnia / former Yugoslavia, 1993
Bosnia (war), 1995
Canadian Forces Maritime Experimental and Test Ranges Treaty, 1996
CEDAW/Treaty for the Rights of Women, 1998-1999
CEDAW Campaign, 200_ [U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women]
Chechnya, 1999
Children’s peace camp/s
Colombia
Counter-Columbus efforts, 1991
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty petition and flyer
Coordinated Strategy to Prevent War: A Women’s Agenda, 2007-
Death penalty, 2001-2002
Disarmament, 1940s-1950s [includes notes of Emily Greene Balch]   
Disarmament: ban depleted uranium, 200_
Disarmament: June 12 March and Rally, etc., 1982
Disarmament, 1990-1999
Disarmament: Nuclear Abolition Sisters Cancel Cassini, 1997-1998
Disarmament, 2000-2007

Box 23
Protests against Disney
Eye on Congress Project, 200_
Fair trade (anti-Nestle)
Global corporations, 1997-1998
Stop U.S. Global Intervention, 1988
Gulf War, 1990-1991
Efforts against outbreak of war in Persian Gulf (and subsequent war by U.S.), 1990-1991
Health care
Human rights
Immigration
Iraq, 1997-1998
Iraq (war on), 2003-
Violence in Ireland, 1988
Korea
Kosovo/Yugoslavia (war; NATO bombing), 1999
90th Anniversary Make Peace A Reality - WRITE Now Postcard Project, 2005
Middle East, 1979-200_
Middle East: correspondence re: Middle East, 1986-1991
Military spending / federal budget
Most Dangerous Women campaign/project
Most Dangerous Women: fundraising; text of play [file of Jane Midgley]

Box 24
Responses to 9/11 (2001) terrorist attacks
Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, 2004-2006
Nuclear power / nuclear testing
Palestine, 2001-2003, undated
Peace Zone Project, undated [proposed only?]
Police brutality, Los Angeles, 1996
Philadelphia Women’s Peace Encampment, 1984
Racial Justice Campaign/project, 1986-1991
Racial Justice Campaign/project
Racial justice/anti-racism efforts, 1980s-circa 2002
Refugees
SALT Treaty
Save the Water Campaign, 2005
Save the Water Campaign -- “A Curriculum Study Guide”
School of the Americas
S.T.A.R. Campaign/project, 1982-1983
S.T.A.R. (Georgia)

Box 25
Tax Day resources, 1991
Tax Day actions by Branches, 1994
U.N. election monitors
U.N. Security Resolution 1325: Workshop
“Actions towards a weapon-free world” campaign, 1995
Weapons in space
Welfare (Corporate) Campaign
Welfare (Corporate) Campaign, circa 1995
Women – International Women’s Day
Women and the Federal Budget Project/campaign: fundraising, 1979-1980
Women and the Federal Budget Project/campaign: correspondence, etc., circa 1981
Women Challenge U.S. Policy re: the Middle East, 2005-2006
Women Challenge U.S. Policy re: the Middle East, 2005-2006 (continued)
Women Living through Conflict [proposed only]
Women to Women [U.S. <-> Iraqi] Peace Letter Project, 2002-2003
Women Waging Peace
Women’s Budget Citizen Hearings, 1990-1991 [proposed only?]     

Subseries H,6.3: Surveys and Signed Petitions
Box 26

“Detailed Tabulations of Survey Results” by Opinion Research Corporation, 1983 [re: nuclear weapons freeze]
Signatories for “An Open Letter to the Women of North Vietnam,” 1971
Signed petitions: miscellaneous
Signed disarmament petitions from France re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from Ireland re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from Italy re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from Germany re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from Japan re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from Norway re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S. re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976 -- attendees at meeting/s, and from religious groups
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.—Arizona re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- California re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- California, distributed/gathered by Carol Pendell re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- California: Los Angeles Branch re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- California: Oakland [Branch?]
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- California: Santa Cruz Branch re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Colorado re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Delaware re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976

Box 27
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Florida re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Florida (mostly winter residents only?) re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Illinois re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Indiana re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Iowa re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Kansas re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Maryland re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Michigan re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Minnesota re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Mississippi re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Missouri re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Montana/Utah re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- New England (CT, MA, VT) re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- New Jersey re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- New York re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Ohio re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Oregon re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Pennsylvania re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Washington [state] re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976
Signed disarmament petitions from U.S.-- Wisconsin re: World Disarmament Conference, 1975-1976

Box 28
Signed petitions (photocopies) re: ratifying the INF Treaty, 1988
Signed petitions “The Cold War Is Over…,” circa 1990 [re: CTB Campaign]
Signed petitions “Stop the Arms Race. Start with a Test Ban!,” circa 1990 [re: CTB Campaign]
Signed petitions “End Underground Nuclear Tests,” 1990 [re: CTB Campaign]
Signed petition “No More Gulf Wars,” circa 1991
Signed petitions “Bring the Troops Home Now!,” circa 1991 [co-sponsored by Mid-City Branch]
Signed petitions “Peace and Justice Treaty of the Americas” 1993
Signed petitions “Peace and Justice Treaty of the Americas” 1993
Signed petitions “Peace and Justice Treaty of the Americas” 1993
Signed petitions “Flush Rush!” re: Florida Citrus Commission’s advertising, 1994
Signed petitions “Lift the U.S. Embargo of Cuba,” 1994-1995
Signed petitions “Lift the U.S. Embargo of Cuba,” 1994-1995 (cont.)
Signed petitions re: Comprehensive Test Ban, 1996
Signed petitions [photocopies] re: plutonium in space, circa 1996-1997

Subseries H,6.4: Involvement with Other Groups
Box 29

Organizations/Groups joined
Arms Transfer Working Group
Internationalism Working Group
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights
National Alliance against Racist and Political Oppression
National Coalition for Peace and Justice, circa 1999-2001
National Network on Cuba
Nonviolence Working Group/Working Group on Non-Violent Civil Disobedience, 1986-1987
United for Peace and Justice, 2003
United for Peace and Justice, 2004-2005 (February)

SERIES I: ATTACKS / RED-BAITING
Box 1 (1/2 box)
Red-baiting experienced / responses to, 1956-1989
Red-baiting experienced / responses to, 1990-
Correspondence re: FOIA (Freedom of Information Act), 1979-1982
FOIA requests and material received, 2006

SERIES J: REFERENCE MATERIAL
Box 1
Anti-racism
“Briefing Book on the Military-Industrial Complex” by Gary Chapman and Joel Yudken, 1992
Children / youth / students and peace
Cuba
“Changing Women, Challenging the World: Five Years After Beijing”
“Combating [sic] Racism Together: A Guide to Participating in the U.N. World Conference Against Racism” by the International Human Rights Law Group
Briefing report “Disarmament Intelligence Review” (#1-7) by Rebecca Johnson, 1997 (April)
“From Horror to Hope: Germany, the Jews and Israel” by the German Information Center New York
Garment industry injustice, campaign against
Gun control
Hiroshima/Nagasaki exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution, circa 1995
“Human Rights for All” (re: CEDAW)
“Invisible Government. The World Trade Organization: Global Government for the New Millenium?” by the International Forum on Globalization
“Nations Adrift: A Political Memoir. How America Abandoned Its Moorings in the Last Half-Century” by Jeanne Riha, 2005
Nuclear weapons / weapons in space
“OWL Mother’s Day Report: Women, Work and Pensions,” 1998
Peace
“The Prospects for Abolishing War:  A Proposal for the Twenty-First Century” by Saul Mendlovitz (Rutgers Law Review 52:2), 2000

Box 2 (1/2 box)
“Soul Survivors: Stories of Women and Children in Cambodia” by Carol Wagner, 2002
“Teaching Tolerance,” 1998
“Women in Action” (#2), 2003
Women and peace [includes “Through PRO-Existence to CO-Existence” by Milada Marsalka, 1986]
Women in prison

PART VIII: JAPA (JANE ADDAMS PEACE ASSOCIATION), 2000-current [includes earlier material; see also Part IV]

Box 1
Certificate of Incorporation
By-laws
Policies
501c status (tax exempt)
Board of Directors lists
Report of Executive Director, 1960-2005 [incomplete set]
Report to Advisory Council, 1984-1993 [incomplete set]
U.S. Section reports, 2000-2006; Board President’s reports, 2002-2006 [incomplete set]
Legal: leases, 1958-1975
Personnel
Board meeting minutes, 1960s-1990s
Board meeting minutes, 1960s-1990s, continued
Board Meeting minutes, 2000-2005
Board meetings, 2006-2007 [file of Mary Day Kent]

Box 2
Papers of Katherine M. (Kitty) Arnett: biographical information
Papers of Katherine M. (Kitty) Arnett: retirement from JAPA, 1967 [includes tributes removed from scrapbook]
Papers of Katherine M. (Kitty) Arnett: 25th Anniversary Jane Addams Peace Association, 1973 (December 8) scrapbook material
Papers of Katherine M. (Kitty) Arnett: correspondence and memos, 1967-1978
Papers of Katherine M. (Kitty) Arnett: correspondence with Committee for World Development and Word Disarmament. 1969-1970 (January-August), etc.
Papers of Katherine M. (Kitty) Arnett: involvement with WILPF as National Board Member, 1970s
Papers of Katherine M. (Kitty) Arnett: membership lists – Philadelphia and Delaware County area, 1970s
Papers of Ruth Chalmers, 1952-1993

Box 3
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1949
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1950
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1951
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1952
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1953
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1954
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1955
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1956 (January-May)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1956 (June-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1957 (January-June)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1957 (July-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1958 (January-June)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1958 (July-December)

Box 4
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1959 (January-June)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1959 (July-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1960 (January-May)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1960 (June-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1961 (January-May)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1961 (June-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1962 (January-April)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1962 (Mary-July)

Box 5
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1962 (August-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1963 (January-April)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1963 (May-July)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1963 (August-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1964 (January-April)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1964 (May-June)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1964 (July-December)

Box 6
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1965 (January-April)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1965 (May-August)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1965 (September-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1966 (January-March)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1966 (April-July)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1966 (August-December)

Box 7
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1967 (January-April)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1967 (May-July)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1967 (August-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1968 (January-April)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1968 (May-September)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1968 (October-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1969 (January-April)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1969 (May-August)

Box 8
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1969 (September-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1970 (January-June)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1970 (July-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1971 (January-June)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1971 (July-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1971 (July-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1972 (January-June)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1972 (July-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1973 (January-June)

Box 9
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1973 (July-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1974
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1975 (January-June)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1975 (July-December)
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1976
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1977
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1978
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1979
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1980
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1981
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1982

Box 10
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1983
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1984
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1985
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1986
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1987
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1988
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1989
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1990
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1991
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1992
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1993
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1994
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1995
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1996
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1997
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1998
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 1999

Box 11
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 2000
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 2001
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 2002
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 2003
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 2004
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 2005
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, 2006-2007
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, undated
Miscellaneous correspondence and programmatic efforts, undated, continued

Box 12
Financial records, 1954-1979
Financial records, 1980-1985
Financial records, 1986-1989
Financial records, 1990-1999
Financial records, 2000
Financial records, 2001-2004
Financial records, 2004-2007

Box 13
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1978
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1979
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1980
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1981
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1982
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1983
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1984
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1985
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1986
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1987
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1988
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1989
Financial records: Living Memorial Fund, 1990-1993

Box 14
Financial records: Frieda Epstein Memorial Fund, 1960
Financial records: Jane Addams Peace Fund, 1947, 1949
Financial records: Jane Addams Centennial Reader Fund, 1961-1962
Financial records: Jane Addams Centennial Reader Fund, 1963
Financial records: Jane Addams Centennial Reader Fund, 1964
Financial records: Jane Addams Centennial Reader Fund, 1965
Financial records: special funds -- Gretz Lynch, Doris Jones, Miami Peace Education, etc.
Financial records: involvement with Miami Fund Committee [file of Marii Hasegawa]
Financial records: annuities
Financial records: planned giving postcard/campaign, 2003 (November)
Financial records: bills received -- correspondence, etc., 1970s-1980s
Financial records: correspondence with International WILPF, 1979-1980
Financial records: correspondence with International WILPF, 1985-1986
Financial records: Ruth Cadwallader (SE Asia Coordinator)

Box 15
Financial records: contributors (former): A
Financial records: contributors (former): B-Bea
Financial records: contributors (former): Bec-Bra
Financial records: contributors (former): Bri-Bz
Financial records: contributors (former): C
Financial records: contributors (former): Davis Memorial
Financial records: contributors (former): D-Det
Financial records: contributors (former): Dul-E
Financial records: contributors (former): F

Box 16
Financial records: contributors (former): G
Financial records: contributors (former): Hatch Estate
Financial records: contributors (former): H-Ha
Financial records: contributors (former): He
Financial records: contributors (former): Ho-I
Financial records: contributors (former): J-Kite
Financial records: contributors (former): Kitt-Kz
Financial records: contributors (former): L-La
Financial records: contributors (former): Le-Li
Financial records: contributors (former): Ll-Lz
Financial records: correspondence re: contributions by Jessie Lloyd O’ Connor (daughter of Lola Maverick Lloyd), 1968-1989

Box 17
Financial records: contributors (former): Ma-Mc
Financial records: contributors (former): Me
Literature distribution program, 1966
Literature distribution program, 1967
Literature distribution program, 1968
Literature distribution program, 1969
Literature distribution program, 1970-1971
Literature distribution program, 1972
Literature distribution program, 1973
Literature distribution program, 1974
Literature distribution program, 1975

Box 18
Literature distribution program, 1976 (January-June)
Literature distribution program, 1976 (July-December)
Literature distribution program, 1977
Literature distribution program, 1980s: “What Do You Know About Nicaragua? A 45-Minute Lesson Plan or More . . . for Jr.-Sr. High School” by Beverly Taylor (JAPA Committee on Education), 1984; “What Do You Know About the Soviet Union? A 45-Minute Lesson Plan and Much More . . . For Secondary School” by Claudia Zaslasvsky (JAPA Committee on Education), 1985
Literature distribution program, 2000
Literature distribution program, 2001
Literature distribution program, 2002
Literature distribution program, 2003
Literature distribution program, 2004
Literature distribution program, 2005
Literature distribution program, 2006
Literature distribution program, 2007
Literature distribution program, 2008
Literature distribution program, 2009
Literature distribution program, 2010
Literature distribution program, 2011
Literature distribution program, undated
Book covers
Children’s Book Award, 1970s-1990s
Children’s Book Award, 2000-




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