Swarthmore College Peace Collection

SANE, Inc. Records, 1957-1987

Collection: DG 058
Series B: Records of the National Office (New York, New York) -Corrspondence,
1957-1970



Contact Information

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Email: wchmiel1@swarthmore.edu (Curator); URL: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers/records.
Creator
SANE, Inc.
Title
SANE, Inc. Records
Inclusive Dates
1957-1987
Call Number
DG 058

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
30.4 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
SANE, Inc. was established in 1957 as National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy to combat above ground testing of atomicnuclear weapons. In the 1960s SANE was a leading organization opposed to U.S. intervention in IndoChina. In 1987 SANE merged with Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign to become SANE/FREEZE. It continues as the organization, Peace Action.


Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
None
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of SANE, Inc., SANE/FREEZE, Peace Actionindividuals active with SANE, 1964-1994
Processing Information
Processed by SCPC staff. This finding aid created by Chloe Lucchesi-Malone (August 2013),Wendy Chmielewski (August 2015).
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the SANE, Inc. Records (DG 058), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright may have been transferred to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection or may have been retained by the creators/authors (or their descendants), in this collection, as stipulated by United States copyright law. Please contact the SCPC Curator for further information.

Online Catalog Headings
Theserelated materials may be found under the following headings in online library/archival catalogs.
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Related Collections
SANE, Inc. Records (DG 058) [SANE, Inc. Table of Contents]

Historical Background
SANE, Inc. was established in 1957 as National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy to combat above ground testing of atomicnuclear weapons. In the 1960s SANE was a leading organization opposed to U.S. intervention in IndoChina. In 1987 SANE merged with Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign to become SANE/FREEZE. It continues as the organization, Peace Action.


Arrangement of Series B

Series B contains correspondence together with related material and is divided into seven subseries (B-1 through B-7).

Subseries B-1 consists of correspondence (re: his columns and other efforts to stop atomic bomb tests, including formation of a National Committee) and other papers of Norman Cousins (as editor of The Saturday Review), 1957-1958, arranged alphabetically. (5 boxes)

Subseries B-2 contains material relating to the formation of SANE and to the first months of its existence. (1 box)

Subseries B-3 through B-6 consist of correspondence and related material, arranged alphabetically in two-year periods.

B-3 1957-1958 (12 boxes)
B-4 1959-1960 (15 boxes)
B-5 1961-1962 (20 boxes)
B-6 1963-1964 (13 boxes)

Subseries B-7 contains correspondence and related papers for the period November/December 1964 through November 1966 (May to October 1966 is missing), arranged by months. (5 boxes) It is likely that the arrangement of the series was imposed by the SCPC staff during processing.

Apparently the correspondence in Subseries B-7 was not processed in the same pattern as Subseries B-3 through B-6 because it was hoped that additional correspondence for 1966 would be found. It seems probable that some of the correspondence for this period was transferred to the Washington Office of SANE when Sanford Gottlieb became Executive Director in December 1967. See Series E below.

Researchers should be aware of the fact that even when there is a folder with the name of a person or an organization, there may also be correspondence to or from that individual or organization filed in the "miscellaneous" folders.




SUBSERIES B-1: CORRESPONDENCE OF NORMAN COUSINS, 1957-1958
 
Box 1
Correspondence, 1957 (A - Z, 23 folders)
 
Box 2
Correspondence, 1958 (A - K, 11 folders)
 
Box 3
Correspondence, 1958 (L - Z, 16 folders)
 
Box 4
Correspondence and related papers (Norman Cousins's SANE files), 1957-1958 (A - M) Atomic energy
Benenson, Jeanne
British Nuclear Committee
Correspondence (miscellaneous)
Council of National Organizations
Early forms of National Committee for a SANE Nuclear Policy
Fallout suit
Friends, Society of (misc. correspondence)
Fromm, Erich
"Golden Rule"
Huth, Arno (preliminary analysis of first Ad)
Lapp, Ralph
Lasker, Mrs. Albert
Local committees (including Dutch group)
Low, Clarence
Mayers, L.S. (treasurer)
Mumford, Lewis
 
Box 5
Correspondence and related papers (Norman Cousins's SANE files), 1957-1958 (N - Z)
National Committee for a SANE Nuclear Policy (Office)
National Student Committee for a SANE Nuclear Policy
New Mexico study on radioactivity
Philbrick, Herbert A.
Porter, Congressman Charles O.
St. John, John
Schiller, Albert
Shurcliff ad (in The Saturday Review)
Teller, Dr. Edward (response to his appearance on
"Meet the Press")
Thomas, Trevor
Time
U.N. report on radioactivity, April 1958
Williams, Alfred


SUBSERIES B-2: PRE-SANE AND EARLY SANE, 1956-1958
 
Box 6
Schweitzer Declaration of Conscience, May 1957
Correspondence of Norman Cousins re Schweitzer Declaration and editorials from The Saturday Review, May-November, 1957
Subject material, 1956-1957
Preliminary proposals, 1957
Newsletters, by Homer A. Jack, June-December, 1957
Correspondence, June 1957-May 1958 [8 folders]


SUBSERIES B-3: CORRESPONDENCE AND RELATED PAPERS, 1957-1958
(ALPHABETICAL/TOPICAL IN 2-YEAR PERIODS)
 
Box 7
"A" (miscellaneous)
Advertisement ideas
Anti-SANE
Arms Control
Articles, poems, etc.
Atomic Energy Commission
(Report on AEC bias and response)
Austria
"Ba"-"Bl" (miscellaneous)
Belgium
Berkeley, Edmund C.
"Bo"-"Bu" (miscellaneous)
 
Box 8
"Ca"-"Ci" (miscellaneous)
California: Northern Calif. correspondence
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (England)
Civil defense relative to fallout
"Cl"-"Cu" (miscellaneous)
Cold War (facts, articles, reports)
Congress (85th): Bills and Resolutions
Congressional Bills: "Atomic Giveaway" (H.R.11426 and S. 3474)
Congressional Campaign
Correspondence: Office file of form letters
 
Box 9
Cousins, Norman Letter and "Sharing Sheet"
Correspondence with F.K. McCune
Correspondence, A-L, 1957-1958 (Mainly December 1957-Jan. 1958)
Correspondence, M-Z, 1957-1958 (Mainly December 1957-Jan. 1958)
Correspondence, A-G, 1958
Correspondence, H-L, 1958
Correspondence, M-P, 1958
Correspondence, R-Z, 1958
Releases, etc., 1958
 
Box 9a
"Da"-"De" (miscellaneous)
"Di"-"Dy" (miscellaneous)
 
Box 10
"E" (miscellaneous)
"F" (miscellaneous)
Far East Crisis
Films
Florida: Miami Committee (Palmer, Katherine)
Foreign file
France
"Ga"-"Gl" (miscellaneous)
Geneva (Correspondence, releases, etc.)
Germany
"Go"-"Gu" (miscellaneous)
 
Box 11
"Ha"-"Hi" (miscellaneous)
Hiroshima Peace Center Associates, Inc.
"Ho"-"Hu" (miscellaneous)
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Disarmament resolution)
"I" (miscellaneous)
Illinois: Chicago Committee
Illinois: Chicago Committee minutes
India
"J" (miscellaneous)
Japan Council against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs
"Ka"-"Kh" (miscellaneous)
Keys, Donald (miscellaneous papers)
 
Box 12
"Ki"-"Ku" (miscellaneous)
"La"-"Le" (miscellaneous)
"Li"-"Ly" (miscellaneous)
"Ma"-"Me" (miscellaneous)
Massachusetts: Boston Committee
Methodist ministers' petition ("Appeal to the Leaders of Nations")
"Mi"-"My" (miscellaneous)
Michigan: Detroit Committee
Missouri (Miscellaneous correspondence and committees)
Mother's Day Project
 
Box 13
"N" (miscellaneous)
Netherlands
"New Elements in Fallout"-Steinberg, and responses from other
scientists
New Jersey
New York, Greater: Metropolitan area committees
New York State: Miscellaneous committees
New Zealand
Norway
Nuclear Tests (Injunction suits)
"O" (miscellaneous)
Opinion poll (Test Ban)
Oregon
"Pa"-"Ph" (miscellaneous)
Pawling (working conference)
Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh Committee
Physicians Forum, 1958
 
Box 14
"Pi"-"Pu" (miscellaneous)
Policy memo (Answers, May 1958)
Political action (Suggestions, New York Committee)
Projects-Appeal letter
"Q" (miscellaneous)
Quemoy
"Ra"-"Ri" (miscellaneous)
Radiation: Facts, articles, reports
Radiation: Individual's statements
Radiation: "See It Now" TV program
Rapacki Plan
Read, Thane
"Ro"-"Ru" (miscellaneous)
"Sa"-"Sc" (miscellaneous)
Scientists: Letter #1 to atomic scientists; answers received
 
Box 15
"Se"-"Si" (miscellaneous)
Signers: Address lists, various groups
"Sk"-"Sn" (miscellaneous)
"So"-"Sq" (miscellaneous)
Stat ements on outer space
"St" (miscellaneous)
Stassen, Harold
"Su"-"Sy" (miscellaneous)
"T" (miscellaneous)
Teachers for SANE
Television film project (Animated cartoon)
Teller, Dr. Edward (Life article and replies)
 
Box 16
Test Ban: Miscellaneous statements
Test Ban negotiations: Correspondence with U.S. Department of State officials
Tests: Individual statements
Tests: Non-government organization statements
Tests: Opinions of Congressmen
Tests: Organizational statements
Tests: Record of test dates
Time, letter to, Apr. 28, 1958
"U" (miscellaneous)
U.N. Trusteeship Council
"V" (miscellaneous)
Voices of Reason and Conscience
"Wa"-"Wh" (miscellaneous)
Wall Street Journal: Advertisement run by Committee for
Constitutional Government
 
Box 17
"Wi"-"Wy" (miscellaneous)
World Peace: Proposed conference of peace groups
World Peace: Proposed conference on steps toward
"Y" (miscellaneous)
"Z" (miscellaneous)
 
SUBSERIES B-4: CORRESPONDENCE AND RELATED PAPERS, 1959-1960
 
Box 18
"A" (miscellaneous)
Accidental War
Acts for SANE
Africa
Alaska
Allen, Steve: Correspondence, appearances for SANE, special projects
American Travel Association (Contract)
Arizona
Atomic giveaway
Atomic sharing: Hearing in Subcommittee on Arrangements, Donald Keys
Austria
"B" (miscellaneous)
Berkeley, Edmund C. [2 folders]
Board of Directors: Correspondence with individual members
 
Box 19
"C" (miscellaneous)
California
California: Hollywood for SANE
California: Los Angeles Committee
California: Marin County Committee
California: Misc. committees, general correspondence
California: Northern California Committee
California: Palo Alto Committee
Campaign for Disarmament [2 folders]
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (England)
Canada
 
Box 20
Cartoons
Charlton, Peter
Chemical and germ warfare
Civil defense
Civil defense leaflet
Colorado
Colorado: Denver Committee
Colorado: Miscellaneous committees
Communist infiltration (Senator Dodd's charge; National Board's policy; Correspondence: Cousins, Muste, etc.)
Connecticut
Connecticut: Fairfield County Committee
Connecticut: Misc. committees, general correspondence
Connecticut: New Haven Committee
Connecticut: Waterbury Committee
Connecticut: West Hartford Committee
Constituent letters (Letters to the editor, to Congressmen, to the President, etc.)
Cousins, Norman
 
Box 21
"D" (miscellaneous)
Davidson, Mrs. Adele
Democratic National Committee: Advance platform hearings
Diplomats (Foreign)
Disarmament (Miscellaneous)
"E" (miscellaneous)
England
El Salvador
European conferences (Misc. material)
"F" (miscellaneous)
Fact Finding Inquiry (cancelled June 5, 1959)
Films
 
Box 22
Florida
Foreign file
France
"G" (miscellaneous)
Germany
Gottlieb, Sanford: General correspondence, memos
"H" (miscellaneous)
Hawaii: Honolulu Committee
Hiroshima (Mayor's decision)
Humphrey, Hubert H.: Statements on disarmament and testing
"I" (miscellaneous)
Idaho: Miscellaneous committees
"Ideas" (Miscellaneous)
 
Box 23
Illinois: Chicago Committee
Illinois: Miscellaneous committees
Income tax protest
India
Indiana: Miscellaneous
International Conference on Disarmament ("Exploratory, non-governmental"; preliminary to London Conference)
Iowa: Miscellaneous committees
Ireland
Italy
 
Box 24
"J" (miscellaneous)
Japan
"K" (miscellaneous)
Kansas
Kentucky: Miscellaneous committees
"L" (miscellaneous)
Letters to the editor (Sample forms)
Lotto, Jack: Attack on SANE
"M" (miscellaneous)
Madison Square Garden Rally, May 19, 1960
Madison Square Garden Rally: Sponsors
Maine
Maryland: Misc. committees, general correspondence
Mass media
Massachusetts: Greater Boston Committee [2 folders]
Massachusetts: Hampshire-Franklin Committee
Massachusetts: Misc. committees, general correspondence
 
Box 25
Meyerding, Edward: Correspondence as Associate Director
Mexico
Michigan: Ann Arbor Committee
Michigan: Detroit Committee
Michigan: Miscellaneous committees
Minnesota: Miscellaneous
Mississippi: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Missouri: Greater Kansas City Committee
Missouri: Miscellaneous committees
Missouri: St. Louis Committee
Montana: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
"N" (miscellaneous)
NATO Statement, December 1960 (against NATO as nuclear power)
Nebraska: Miscellaneous
Netherlands
Nevada: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
New Hampshire: Miscellaneous
New Jersey: Miscellaneous
New Mexico: Miscellaneous
 
Box 26
New York: General correspondence [6 folders]
 
Box 27
New York State: Albany Committee
New York State: Buffalo Committee
New York State: Greater New York Committee
New York State: Greater New York Council
New York State: Miscellaneous committees
New York State: Rockland County Committee
New York State: St. Lawrence County Committee
New York State: Schenectady Committee
New York State: Woodstock Committee
New Zealand
Newton, Maryanna
North American Treaty Organization: Congressional debate
North Carolina: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
North Dakota: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
"O" (miscellaneous)
Ohio: Cleveland Committee
Ohio: Miscellaneous committees
Oklahoma: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Oregon: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Overseas reaction to U.S. policy
 
Box 28
"P" (miscellaneous)
Pauling, Linus (Reception, October 25, 1959)
Peace movements (Other: outside U.S.)
Peace movements (Other: in U.S.)
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Committee
Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh Committee
Pennsylvania: Miscellaneous committees
Permission to use printed material
Pickett, Clarence
Pickett, Clarence (re invited sponsors)
Pledge for Peace
Pre-emptive war doctrine
Presidential election project
Priestley Tea (Cocktail party)
Puerto Rico: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
"Q" (miscellaneous)
Quotations (re: Peace)
"R" (miscellaneous)
Radiation and fallout
 
Box 29
Regulation; peaceful uses; disposal
Reynolds, Earle (Phoenix Voyage)
Rosenwald, Ruth
"Sa"-"Sh" (miscellaneous)
Sahara tests (French nuclear tests)
Schweitzer, Albert: 2 letters and translations (photostats)
Science Advisory Group
Scotland
Senate Resolution 96 (Humphrey): Statement and correspondence re signers
"Si"-"So" (miscellaneous)
South Carolina: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
South Dakota: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Soviet Union
 
Box 30
"Sp"-"Sy" (miscellaneous)
Special projects
Sponsors
Sponsors (Clarence Pickett)
Summit Conference, Paris, May 1960
Sweden
Switzerland
"T" (miscellaneous)
Telegrams: Exploratory Conference, London
Telegrams: "Seventh Statement"
Television script (Detection, inspection, and the nuclear test ban)
 
Box 31
Test ban negotiations
Test ban negotiations: Correspondence, U.S. government officials
Test Ban Treaty: Correspondence, Heads of State; "Time is Now" statement; Senate Resolution 96
Testing hazards
Testing: Clippings, reprints
Texas: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
"U" (miscellaneous)
U.N. Players (Mobile drama unit)
United Nations (Social Workers' Scroll)
"V" (miscellaneous)
Vermont: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Virginia: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
 
Box 32
"W" (miscellaneous)
Washington, D.C.: General correspondence [2 folders]
Washington, D.C.: Washington Committee
Washington State: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
West Virginia: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Wisconsin: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
"Y" (miscellaneous)
"Z" (miscellaneous)
 
SUBSERIES B-5: CORRESPONDENCE AND RELATED PAPERS, 1961-1962
 

Box 33
"A" (miscellaneous - from different accession?), "Ab"-"Ak" (miscellaneous)
Accra Assembly, June 1962 -Correspondence
-Documents
-Reports
"Al"-"An" (miscellaneous)
Ann Arbor Symposium, December 1962
"Ap"-"Ax" (miscellaneous)
Applebaum, Harold (Director of Development )
Arizona: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
 
Box 34
 "B" (miscellaneous - from different accession?)
"Ba" (miscellaneous)
"Be" (miscellaneous)
Belgrade Conference, Sept. 1961
Berlin crisis, 1961
Berlin stalemate (response to statement)
Berlin trip (Homer A. Jack)
Bethe, Hans A. (articles)
"Bi" (miscellaneous)
"Bl" (miscellaneous)
"Bo" (miscellaneous)
Book reviews
"Br" (miscellaneous)
"Bu" (miscellaneous)
 
Box 35
 "C" (miscellaneous - from different accession?)
"Ca"-"Ci" (miscellaneous)
California: Hollywood for SANE
California: Los Angeles Committee
California: Miscellaneous committees
California: Southern California committees
California: Northern California committees
California: San Diego Committee
Canada
Canada trip (Canon Collins; correspondence with H. Jack and others)
Christmas card (Kennedy quotation)
Civil defense
Civil defense manual

Box 36
"Cl"-"Co" (miscellaneous)
Clark, Senator Joseph S.
Co-chairmen National SANE (Clarence Pickett, Norman Cousins)
Colorado: Denver Committee
Colorado: Miscellaneous committees
Committee of 1000 (Correspondence and releases)
Connecticut: Fairfield County Committee
Connecticut: Miscellaneous committees
Connecticut: New Haven Committee
Connecticut: Waterbury Committee
Connecticut: West Hartford Committee
Consent statements
Cousins, Norman (re In Place of Folly)
Cousins, Norman (In Place of Folly distribution project)
"Cr"-"Cu" (miscellaneous)
Cuba crisis, 1962
SANE statements
Non-SANE statements; reading material  

Box 37
"D" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Da" (miscellaneous)
"De" (miscellaneous)
Delaware: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Demonstration: Spring Peace Mobilization, April 1961
"Dh"-"Di" (miscellaneous)
Disarmament Agency for World Peace and Security
"Disarmament at the United Nations" by Homer A. Jack, 1962
Disarmament: Correspondence re book gifts
Disarmament: Latin American Conference, Mexico, D.F., 1961
Disarmament Library: Books presented to committee; requests for books
Disarmament Library: misc. clippings
Disarmament: Steps toward achievement
District of Columbia
"Do" (miscellaneous)
"Dr"-"Dy" (miscellaneous)
 
Box 38
"E" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"E" (miscellaneous)
East-West Relations (fldrs A and B)
Easter Walks, 1961
Economics of Disarmament (Position Paper, responses to)
Emergency Campaign
"F" (miscellaneous - from different accession?)
"Fa"-"Fe" (miscellaneous)
Ferry, W. H. (articles)
"Fi" (miscellaneous)
Field trip report: Donald Keys, 1961
"Fl"-"Fo" (miscellaneous)
Florida: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Ford Foundation

Box 39
"Fr"-"Fu" (miscellaneous)
"G" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Ga"-"Ge" (miscellaneous)
Geneva (Nuclear Test Ban talks)
Geneva Disarmament Conference, 1962: preliminary work on statement
Geneva Disarmament Conference, 1962
Geneva trip: preliminary plans, 1962
Georgia: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
"Gh"-"Gl" (miscellaneous)
Ghana Conference [see Accra Assembly, June 1962]
"Go" (miscellaneous)
Gottlieb, Sanford (Political Action Director)
 
Box 40
"Gr" (miscellaneous)
Griswold, Erwin N.: Diary and report of Russian trip, May 1961
"Gu" (miscellaneous)
"H" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Ha" (miscellaneous)
Hawaii: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Hiroshima observance
"He"-"Hi" (miscellaneous)
"Ho" (miscellaneous)
"Hr"-Hy" (miscellaneous)
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Articles, speeches)

Box 41
"I" (miscellaneous - from different accession?)
"I" (miscellaneous)
Illinois: Chicago Committee
Illinois: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
India
Indiana: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
International Confederation for Disarmament and Peace
"J" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Ja"-"Je" (miscellaneous)
Jack, Homer A.: California trip, April 1961
Jack, Homer A.: Correspondence
"Ji"-"Ju" (miscellaneous)
"K" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Ka"-"Ke" (miscellaneous)
Kahn, Herman
"Kh"-"Kn" (miscellaneous)
Khrushchev letter to SANE
"Ko"-"Kv" (miscellaneous)
 
Box 42
Keys, Donald F.: "Letters from Geneva," June 1961
Keys, Donald F. (Program Director)
-Correspondence, 1961, A-Z (3 fldrs)
-Correspondence, 1962
 
Box 43
"L" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"La" (miscellaneous)
Laos
"Le"-"Lh" (miscellaneous)
"Let My Child Live" (Pamphlet addressed to women, by A. Moss)
"Li"-Ly" (miscellaneous)
Litvac, Nell Lee (Public Information Director)
Local Committees (Prospective): Correspondence, lists of names
London Conference [2 folders]
Louisiana: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
 
Box 44
"M" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Mac"-"Man" (miscellaneous)
"Mar"-"Maz" (miscellaneous)
McCloy, John J.: Interview with Norman Thomas, April 11, 1961
Marshall, Mrs. Lenore
Maryland: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
Massachusetts: Greater Boston Committee
Massachusetts: Hampshire-Franklin Committee
Massachusetts: Miscellaneous committees
"Me" (miscellaneous)
Membership (Integrated membership drive)
Meyer, Rep. Wm.: Speaking tour, 1961
"Mi" (miscellaneous)
Michigan: Ann Arbor Committee
Michigan: Detroit Committee
Michigan: Miscellaneous committees
Midwest Workshop
Milk Strike
Minnesota: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
 
Box 45
Missouri: Greater Kansas City Committee
Missouri: Miscellaneous committees
Missouri: St. Louis Committee
"Mo" (miscellaneous)
Moscow Conference [see World Congress for General Disarmament and Peace]
"Mu"-"My" (miscellaneous)
Myrick, Norman
"N" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Na"-"Ne" (miscellaneous)
National Board (Special meeting, June 16-17, 1961)
National Conference on World Disarmament and Development (Seventh), Washington, April 1961
Nebraska: General correspondence, miscellaneous committees
New Hope Conference, 1962
Minutes; Correspondence
Reference material [2 folders]  

Box 46
New Jersey: General correspondence, misc. committees
New York Rally, St. Nicholas Arena, Feb. 8, 1962
New York State: Albany Committee
New York State: Buffalo Committee
New York State: Greater New York Council
New York State: New York City Committee
New York State: Schenectady Committee
New York State: Woodstock Committee
New York State: Miscellaneous committees
"Ni"-"Nu" (miscellaneous)
Noel-Baker, Philip [2 folders]
North Dakota: General correspondence, misc. committees
 
Box 47
"O" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Ob"-"Op" (miscellaneous)
Ohio: Cleveland Committee
Ohio: Misc. committees
Opinion polls
"Or"-"Ow" (miscellaneous)
Oregon: General correspondence, misc. committees
"P" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Pa" (miscellaneous)
"Pe"-"Ph" (miscellaneous)
Peace candidates, 1962
 
Box 48
Peace centers (Local)
Peace mobile
Peace race
Peace-related organizations
Pennsylvania: Philadelphia Committee
Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh Committee
Pennsylvania: Miscellaneous committees
"Pi"-"Po" (miscellaneous)
Pickett, Clarence
"Political Action for Peace" by S. Gottlieb
"Pr"-"Pu" (miscellaneous)
"Q" (miscellaneous)
Quotations
 
Box 49
"R" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Ra"-"Re" (miscellaneous)
Radio tape project (Robert Ryan)
Radio and TV: Transcripts
Radio and TV: Lists of programs
Resumption of Testing: Appeal to Kennedy, 1961
Resumption of Soviet Union tests, 1962
Resumption of tests: Statements of scientists, 1962
"Rh"-"Ri" (miscellaneous)
"Ro" (miscellaneous)
"Ru"-"Ry" (miscellaneous)
Russell, Bertrand
 
Box 50
"S" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Sa" (miscellaneous)
SANE Campus Committee
SANE World (Correspondence)
"Sc" (miscellaneous)
Schweitzer, Albert (Statement)
"Se"-"Sk" (miscellaneous)
"Sl"-"Sq" (miscellaneous)
Shelter program
Speakers and talent
Speeches (Eisenhower, Kennedy, etc.)
Sponsors
"St" (miscellaneous)
Staff field reports

Box 51

"Su"-"Sz" (miscellaneous)
Swedish Resolution (U.N.)
Szilard, Leo
"T" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Ta"-"Te" (miscellaneous)
Telegrams
Telephone chain
Test ban statement: Responses to proposal
Test ban treaty
"Th"-"Ti" (miscellaneous)
"To"-"Ty" (miscellaneous)
"U" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"U" (miscellaneous)
U.N. seminars: Proposed conference on disarmament
U.S. State Department: Briefing session reported by C. Pickett, May 17, 1961
United States - U.S.S.R. clichés
United States - U.S.S.R. confrontation
U.S.S.R.
"V" (miscellaneous - from different accession?)
"V" (miscellaneous)
Vermont : General correspondence, misc. committees
Volunteer lists: General, students, writers, artists
 
Box 52
"W" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Wa"-"We" (miscellaneous)
Wadsworth, James J.
Washington State: General correspondence, misc. committees
"Wh"-"Wi" (miscellaneous)
Wisconsin: General correspondence, misc. committees
"Wo" (miscellaneous)
World Congress for General Disarmament and Peace, Moscow, July 1962
-Correspondence and general information
-Declaration to the Moscow Conference
-Letters protesting SANE's position re conference
World Peace Brigade
"Wr"-"Wy" (miscellaneous)
"Y" (miscellaneous)
Yemen
Yugoslavia
"Z" (miscellaneous) [from different accession?]
"Z" (miscellaneous)
 
SUBSERIES B-6: CORRESPONDENCE AND RELATED PAPERS, 1963-1964
 
Box 53
"Ab"-"Al" (miscellaneous)
"Am"-"Ay" (miscellaneous)
Accra Assembly: The World Without the Bomb
Addis Ababa Conference, May 1963
Applebaum, Harold (Director of Development)
Atom Free Africa
 
Box 54
"Ba"-"Bea" (miscellaneous)
"Bee"-"Ber" (miscellaneous)
"Bes"-"Bra" (miscellaneous)
"Bw" (miscellaneous)
Berlin/Germany
Blackett, P.M.S.
 
Box 55
"Ca"-"Che" (miscellaneous)
"Chi"-"Com" (miscellaneous)
"Con"-"Cz" (miscellaneous)
China Seminar, Feb.-July 1963
Citizens Committee for a Nuclear Test Ban
Civil rights and peace: Correspondence, policy statement
 
Box 56
Collins, (Canon) L.J.
 
Box 57
Collins, (Canon) L.J. (cont.) Confirmations on his visit, Feb. 1963
Schedule, etc. for visit
Conference of Independent, Non-Aligned Organizations Working for Nuclear and General Disarmament [see International
Confederation for Disarmament and Peace]
"Da"-"De" (miscellaneous)
"Dh"-"Do" (miscellaneous)
"Dr"-"Dy" (miscellaneous)
Disarmament: Ad Hoc Committee, U.S.-U.N. Conference
"Ea"-"Ei" (miscellaneous)
"Ek"-"Ex" (miscellaneous)
East West Roundtable
Easter Walks
Eighth Round-Table Conference, Moscow, December 1963
"Fa"-"Fi" (miscellaneous)
"Fl"-"Fo" (miscellaneous)
"Fr"-"Fy" (miscellaneous)

Box 58
"Ga"-"Gl" (miscellaneous)
"Goc"-"Gou" (miscellaneous)
"Gr"-Gw" (miscellaneous)
Geneva: Eighteen Nation Disarmament Conference
Goldwater, Barry
 
Box 59
"Haa"-"Has" (miscellaneous)
"Haw"-"Hi" (miscellaneous)
"Hob"-"How" (miscellaneous)
"Hu"-"Hy" (miscellaneous)
Hibakusha Tour
Humphrey, Hubert H.
 
Box 60
"Ik"-"Iv" (miscellaneous)
Inglis, David R.
International Confederation for Disarmament and Peace
International Cooperation Year (ICY)
International Liaison Committee
"Jac"-"Jav" (miscellaneous)
"Je"-"Ju" (miscellaneous)
Jack, Homer
Javits Project
Joint Campaign for Three Letters
 
Box 61
"Ka"-"Kel" (miscellaneous)
"Ken"-"Ki" (miscellaneous)
"Kj"-"Kx" (miscellaneous)
Khrushchev, N. S.
Kurtz, Howard G.
"Lab"-"Las" (miscellaneous)
"Lau"-"Lee" (miscellaneous)
"Lef"-"Lin" (miscellaneous)
"Lip"-"Ly" (miscellaneous)
 
Box 62
"Mac"-"Mas" (miscellaneous)
 
Box 63
"Mat"-"Mc" (miscellaneous)
"Mea"-"Min" (miscellaneous)
"Mis"-"My" (miscellaneous)
McGovern, Senator George
"Na"-"Ne" (miscellaneous)
"Ni"-"Nu" (miscellaneous)
N.A.T.O.
Nuclear Free Zones
New York Committee (New York City; Greater New York)
"Ob"-"Ol" (miscellaneous)
"On"-"Ou" (miscellaneous)
Oxford Conference [see International Confederation for Disarmament and Peace]
 
Box 64
 "Pac"-"Pay" (miscellaneous)
"Pea"-"Pet" (miscellaneous)
"Pf"-"Pl" (miscellaneous)
"Po"-"Pu" (miscellaneous)
Pacem in Terris revision
Proliferation Conference (Multilateral Force), April 1964
"Q" (miscellaneous)
"Ra"-"Ri" (miscellaneous)
"Rob"-"Roy" (miscellaneous)
"Ru"-"Ry" (miscellaneous)
 
Box 65
"Sa"-"Sc" (miscellaneous)
"Se"-"Sme" (miscellaneous)
"Smi"-"Sp" (miscellaneous)
"St"-"Sz" (miscellaneous)
SANE World
(Correspondence; Evaluating Committee)
Soviet International Exchange Project
Soviet Peace Committee: U.S.-S.P.C. Exchange
Speakers Bureau
Staff conferences
Staff field reports
Stassen, Harold
Szilard, Leo
 
Box 66
 "Ta"-"Te" (miscellaneous)
"Th"-"Tw" (miscellaneous)
Test Ban Agreement
Tests
Ad Hoc Committee (with SANE and cooperating organizations)
General
Polish proposal for nuclear freeze in Central Europe
U.S.S.R.
Transition to a Peacetime Economy Conference, Washington, DC, April 1964
 
Box 67
Triple Revolution
Turn Toward Peace Correspondence, etc.
Homer Jack's working folder for draft of document for Voluntary Organizations and a World Without War
International Liaison Committee (H. Jack presiding)
"U" (miscellaneous)
U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
U.S.S.R. Treaty Breaking
"V" (miscellaneous)
"Wa"-"We" (miscellaneous)
"Wh"-"Wi" (miscellaneous)
"Wo"-"Wy" (miscellaneous)
Wadsworth, James J.
"Y" (miscellaneous)
"Z" (miscellaneous)
 

SUBSERIES B-7: CORRESPONDENCE AND RELATED PAPERS, 1965-1966
[NOTE: This subseries appears to be incomplete. Apparently, the intent was to arrange the correspondence in alphabetical order once all of the 1965-1966 correspondence had been received by the Peace Collection. Because not all of the 1966 correspondence is here, this alphabetization has not been done. The first 3 folders are in alphabetical order; the remainder is in rough chronological order]
 
Box 68
Allen, Steve, December 1964-Feb. 1965
Editorial on State Department White Paper on Vietnam, March 1965
U.N. Funding, Feb. 1965
November/December 1964 - April 1965 [6 folders]
 
Box 69
May-July 1965 [6 folders]
 
Box 70
August-November 1965 (7 fldrs)
 
Box 71
December 1965-Feb. 1966 (7 fldrs)
 
Box 72
March-April, 1966 (4 fldrs)
July 1966
November 1966
n.d.







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