Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Bradford Lyttle Papers, 1954-date

Collection: DG 079





Contact Information

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


Descriptive Summary
Repository
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers/records.
Creator
Lyttle, Bradford (1927 - )
Title
Bradford Lyttle Papers
Inclusive Dates
1954-date
Call Number
DG 079

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
36.6 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
Bradford Lyttle is a long time, leading peace activist involved in the promotion of nonviolence for social change and the elimination of war and nuclear weapons.  Lyttle was the organizer of the San Francisco to Moscow walk in the 1960-1961, to highlight the message of disarmament and nonviolent resistance and bringing together U.S. and Soviet citizens together during the height of the Cold War.  He went on to organize and participate in other marches and protests, including the Quebec -  Washington - Guantanamo Walk for Peace, during which he and twenty other marchers were jailed by police in Albany, Georgia.  During the Vietnam war Lyttle coordinated many organizations and demonstrations against the war.  In 1983 he founded the United States Pacifist Party and ran for president in the 1984 elections.  Lyttle continues to work for peace around the world.   He has been a war tax resister, worked with peace projects and refugees in Bosnia and Croatia, and has been arrested many times for protests against nuclear weapons, the last time in 2011.  He lives in Chicago, Illinois.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
Yes, drafts of Lyttle's unpublished autobiography are restriced.
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Bradford Lyttle 1969 [Acc. 69-156, Acc. 69-157]; 1983 [Acc. 83A-050, Acc. 83A-112]; 1994 [Acc. 94A-111]; 1996 [Acc. 96A-022]; 1997 [Acc. 97A-020, Acc. 97A-025]; 1998 [Acc. 98A-023, Acc. 98A-076]; 2001 [Acc. 01A-027]; 2002 [Acc. 02A-060]; 2003 [Acc. 03A-031]; 2005 [Acc. 05A-085]; 2012 [Acc. 2012-014]
Processing Information
This collection remains unprocessed and in the order in which it was donated.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Bradford Lyttle Papers (DG 079), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright has been transferred to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. Please contact the SCPC Curator for further information.

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


Related Collections
Committee for Nonviolent Action (DG 017)
National Mobilization Against the War (DG 075)


Historical Background
Bradford Lyttle (1927 - ) is a long time, leading peace activist involved in the promotion of nonviolence for social change and the elimination of war and nuclear weapons.  In the 1950s Lyttle was employed by the American Friends Service Committee, first as the Associate Peace Secretary for the Des Moines, Illinois office and later the Chicago office of the organization. He was drafted in 1954, but as a conscientious objector refused to coopeate with the Selective Service law and was incarcrated for nine months in the Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, Missouri. Following his release Lyttle traveled to Europe, the Middle East, and Asia to study peace movements and Gandhian techniques of nonviolent action and resistance. After his return to the United States Lyttle became active in the growing protest movements against atomic and hydrogen weapons.

By the summer of 1960 Lyttle became the National Secretary of the Committee for Nonviolent Action, the leading direct action organization protesting against weapons of mass destruction. Lyttle helped coordiate, and in some cases lead, protests from New England to Virginia. The same year Lyttle became an organizer, and later the coordinator, of the first transcontinental peace walk, from San Francisco to Moscow walk. This march was to highlight the message of unilateral disarmament and defense by nonviolent resistance, and bringing together U.S. and Soviet citizens together during the height of the Cold War. Throughout the early to mid 1960s Lyttle went on to organize and participate in other marches and protests, including the Quebec -  Washington - Guantanamo Walk for Peace, during which he and twenty other marchers were jailed by police in Albany, Georgia. 

During the Vietnam war Lyttle coordinated various organizations and demonstrations against the war.  In 1965 he organized and anti-war speak out at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. and a draft card burning in Union Square in New York, New York. The following year Lyttle was a member of a team of six U.S. pacifist who protested against the war in Saigon (Vietnam). He continued to organize demonstrations and protests against the war, until the end of the hostilities, including activities for the New Mobilization Against the War in Vietnam, for War Tax Resistance, protests against sending the battleship New Jersey to Vietnam, protests against the U.S. invasion of Cambodia, and co-ordinating the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice mass march in Washington, D.C.

Lyttle also participated in other social justice activities. In the late 1960s he was the co-founder and national coordinator of the Emergency Committee on Nigeria and Biafra. In the following decade he was the national coordinator of Friends of the Filipino People.

In 1983 he founded the United States Pacifist Party and ran for president in the 1984 elections.  Lyttle continues to work for peace around the world.   He has been a war tax resister, worked with peace projects and refugees in Bosnia and Croatia, and has been arrested many times for protests against nuclear weapons, the last time in 2011.  He lives in Chicago, Illinois.


Collection Overview
This collection contains the papers of Bradford Lyttle, with some material from Marcia James Lyttle, Charles H. Lyttle, and Helen Rawson James

Items removed:
Prison notes from Albany, Georgia walk [removed to large boxes in Oversize collection]

Computer disks

Arrangement of Collection
This collection remains in the order in which it was donated.


Accesions:
94A-111
96A-022
2012-014
2016-011


Detailed Description of the Collection

Accessions 1969-1995
Box 1
San Francisco to Moscow Walk (1960-1961)
-Manuscript copy of book about the march, You Come With Naked Hands

Box 2
San Francisco to Moscow Walk (1960-1961)
-Outline notes and appendices of You Come With Naked Hands

Box 3
San Francisco to Moscow Walk (1960-1961)
-Diary manuscript [typescript and holograph copy]

Box 4
San Francisco to Moscow Walk (1960-1961)
-Typescript and two carbon copies of book

Box 5
Committee for Nonviolent Action, Quebec - Washington - Guantanamo Walk for Peace, 1963-1964
-Albany, Georgia
--Albany walk news releases (complete set)
--Albany walk press kits
--Albany documents [4 folders]

Box 6

Committee for Nonviolent Action, Quebec - Washington - Guantanamo Walk for Peace, 1963-1964
-Albany, Georgia
--Albany documents
--Albany correspondence
--Albany statements, etc.
--Albany correspondence with officials and mass media
--Albany, jail notes [2 folders]
--Albany report
--Albany, correspondence about
--Albany mailing information
--Albany psychiatry question
--Albany map
--Albany, newspaper clippings and articles
--Albany log (January 27 - February 22); Jon-i-thin Stephens (John Stephens)
--Albany legal matters
--Albany power structure; typed jail log of John Stephens; Albany telephone directory

Box 7
Committee for Nonviolent Action, Quebec - Washington - Guantanamo Walk for Peace, 1963-1964
-Albany, Georgia
--Albany notes
--Albany jail notes
--Albany, Bradford Lyttle jail letters and log, 1964 (February 3)
--Albany, Bradford Lyttle jail notes, first fast
--Albany, Yvonne Klein, jail log
--Albany, fast

Box 8
Writings
-Biographical sketch, 1965
-Washington Action, organizing handbook, 1969
-Various writings, 1954-1968
-Essay on Non-violent Direct Action
-National Defense Through Nonviolent Resistence
-Conscientious Objectors' Guide to Cook County Jail

Acc. 94A-111
"A Criticism of The Power of the People," by Bradford Lyttle


Acc. 96A-022
Autobiography [on computer disks, removed to AV Collection]

Acc. 2012-014
Box 1 [Acc. 2012-014]
Classics
- Notes
- Plato
- Xenophon; memorabilia
Scientific Pacifism
- Scientific pacifism, M.S.
- Nature of major powers, reading notes
- The Marxist concept
- The arms race
- Predictions and statistics
- The Apocalypse Equation
- Nuclear catastrophe and the likelihood of war
- Scientific pacifism

United States Pacifist Party (Part 1)
- Appeal letter
- Draft platforms
- Correspondence
- Ron Gunzburger
- Invitiation to join, 1984
- Knoxville
- Mailing list
- Pittsburgh
- Platform,1984
- Platform, 1996-1997

Box 2 [Acc. 2012-014]

United States Pacifist Party (Part 2)
- Pacifist Party
- Promotion
- United States Pacifist Party prospectus master
- United States Pacifist Party promotional material, 1984
- Socialist Party
- State Department
- Gary Swing
- United States Pacifist Party
- [Unlabeled]

B-P Walk/ Pentagon
- Basic documents, B-P walk
- Walk notes, B-P
- Boston/ Pentagon walk documents
- Schedule
- Sign slogans, B-P
- B-P walk
- Polaris Action
- Coos Bay students, United States Pacifist Party
- Correspondence, 1983
- Correspondence answered
- Correspondence, United States Pacifist Party

Box 3 [Acc. 2012-014]

United States Pacifist Party (Part 3)
- Donna Gorman
- The Greens
- Haig's Speech, Alexander M. Haig, Jr.
- Stephen Hawking
- H- Bomb
- Scott Herrick
- Hyde Park Herald
- Merle Krause
- [Correspondence?]
- _______? procdures
- Leaflet
- The "lesser evil" fallacy
- Letterhead
- Letters returned
- Literature lists
- Logos
- Logos
- Literature shelves
- Promotion list
- Lombard Mennonite Peace Center
- Maroon article
- Robert S. McNamara
- McReynolds, David
- Mobilization for Survival
- Fred Edelston, 1983
- Electromagnetic pulse, 1983
- National Peace Academy
- National Review
- New Abolitionist Covenant
- The New Republic, 1982-1983
- Newsweek, 1982-1984
- New Yorker
- The New York Review of Books
- New York Times letters [2 folers]
- Note
- Nuclear war
- Nuclear weapons
- Nuclear winter
- Nonviolent defense
- Campaign defense, 2004
- Abortion, 2004
- Appeal letter
- Appeal letter sent
- Inquiries
- Media

Box 4 [Acc. 2012-014]

United States Pacifist Party (Part 4)
- United States Pacifist Party correspondence folder #1
- United States Pacifist Party correspondence folder #2
- Email addresses
- Filled orders
- United States Pacifist Party emails and letters
- Correspondence
- History
- United States Pacifist Party conference
- United States Pacifist Party correspondence folder #3
- Hyde Park Herald 2000 (February 23)
- Illinois College
- Notes
- Orders
- Press
- Reader articles
- Reading list
- United States Pacifist Party report
- Speaking engagement
- Peace Pledge Union
- Press conference (founding)
- Progressive magazine
- Promotion

Box 5 [Acc. 2012-014]

United States Pacifist Party (Part 5)
- Reagan
- Religious oppression
- Report 1983 (November)
- Report 1984 (January 15)
- Report 1984 (February 15)
- Report 1984 (March)
- Report 1984 (April 5)
- Report 1984 (April 28)
- Report 1984 (May 25)
- Report photocopy 1984 (June 5)
- United States Pacifist Party report
- Report 1984 (August)
- Report master(?) 1984 (August)
- Report 1984 (September)
- Resistance News
- Return address labels
- Richardson, L.F.
- Salt II
- Sample mailings
- Pat Scanlon
- Jonathan Schell 1984
- Sculpt committee
- Mark W. Sherman
- St. Ignatius
- Soviet Union
- Soviet Union policy
- Speech
- Star Wars
- Stern Fund
- Stockholm International Peace Research Association
- J. Stone
- Sun-Times articles
- Gary Swing
- The Task of Scientific Pacifism
- Thatcher
- Tokyo raid
- Transnational perspective
- Tribune
- Trident

Box 6 [Acc. 2012-014]

New England Committee for Nonviolent Action Internal Revenue Service
- Maps of the farm location
- New England Committee for Nonviolent Action
- Voluntown Peace Trust
- VPT agreement
- Internal Revenue Service correspondence and meetings with officials
- Internal Revenue Service documents
- Internal Revenue Service campaign
- Internal Revenue Service
- Internal Revenue Service form 1023
- Internal Revenue Service miscellaneous forms
- Federal tax proposed 1966 (January 10)
- Internal Revenue Service statement 1966 (February 1)
- Bileski memo 1966 (January 10)
- Bileski meeting 1965 (November 25)
- Bileski #1 1965 (August 31)
- Internal Revenue Service letter
- Naviasky meeting report 1966 (April 5)
- Internal Revenue Service organizational letter
- Internal Revenue Service PR

Political Science (Part A)
- Political science classics
- Coal gasification, Circle Campus
- Circle Campus (University of Illinois)
- Correspondence
- Macroeconomics

Box 7 [Acc. 2012-014]

Political Science (Part B)
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission #446, Circle Campus
- 446 paper documents, nuclear energy
- Halstead Book (folder 1)
- Halstead Book (folder 2)

Apocalypse Equation
- Logos and titles
- Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
- SA
- Science
- Quincy Wright
- Apocalypse Equation 1983 (June)
- Awake!
- Apocalypse Equation bulletin sheet
- Basic theory
- Copyright
- Computer printout
- Correspondence
- Bill Davidon
- Early documents and calculations
- Graphs
- Harvard Magazine

Box 8 [Acc. 2012-014]

BIAFRA
- American Committee to Keep Biafra Alive, Inc.
- Baltimore to D.C. walk
- Biafra
- Clearing House
- Clippings/map
- Biafra Emergency Committee
- Emergency Committee letterhead
- Key documents
- New England Committee for Nonviolent Action
- New England Committee for Nonviolent Action leaflet 1969 (January 19)
- Nigeria
- The Forra leaflet
- __________? Beth-El 1969 (February 23)
- Biafra notes
- Photos
- Policy statements
- Biafra conference 1968 (December 30)
- Biafra
- Mailings
- Long Island conference
- Mailings lists
- Massive demonstration
- Relief organization literature
- Signs
- The Tragedy of Nigeria and Biafra
- Appeal letter #1

1971 Court Case (Part 1)
- Case

Box 9 [Acc. 2012-014]
1971 Court Case (Part 2)
- Defense Committee
- Letter 1
- Letter 2 1971 (September 22)
- Letter 3
- Trial letter 1971 (September 3)
- Letter 1971 (December 9)
- Letter 1971 (December 23)

Individuals [correspondence, writings, reference files] (Part 1: A-Cle)
- Abramowitz, Ken and Mia
- Ames, Winslow
- Anderson, Ross
- Awaidah, Ibrahim
- Axford, Roger
- Baez, Joan
- Bennett, Scott
- Berrigan, Philip
- Becker, Norma
- Bigelow, Bert
- Tyagi, Ranjan
- Binderman, Ben
- Bohen, Sonata
- Cizewski, Leonard
- Cleland, Bob [Robert]
- Weinberger, Eric
- Zinn, Howard
- Boulding, Kenneth
- Braden, Carl
- Brock, Peter
- Bromley, Marion
- Burnette, Bessie
- Bush, George W.
- Brubaker, Richard
- Buckley, William F. Jr.
- Buei, Dave
- Butterfly, Julia
- Calvert, Bob
- Gregg Calvert
- Kelly Campbell
- Amy Clampitt
- Bob Cleland

Box 10 [Acc. 2012-014]
Individuals (Part 2: Cli-Harr)
- Bill Clinton
- Andrew Cope
- Millie D'Ancona
- Bill Davidon
- Marv Davidon
- Garry Davis
- Mary Davis
- Rennie Davis
- Sam Day
- Richard Deats
- Fred Halstead
- Madeline Diehl
- Curtis Doebbler
- Frederick Douglass [play about Douglass, 1965]
- Jim Douglass
- Addie Dubard
- Cherie Dupuis
- Jerry Elmer
- E. Erickson
- John and Marjorie Eubanks
- Hermene Evans
- Chuck Fager
- Carol B. Ferry
- Peter G. Fitzgerald
- J.K. Galbraith
- Evelyn Garbe
- Barry Gan
- Bob Gemmer
- Susan George
- Sharon Ghamari
- Euell Gibbons
- Russell Goddard
- Donna Gorman
- Richard B. Gregg
- Ken Greiff Act
- Kat Griffith
- Burrill Hansen
- Paul Hare
- Dave Hartsough
- Neil Haworth
- Amanda Helin
- Don Harrington

Box 11 [Acc. 2012-014]
Individuals (Part 3: Hart-Mi)
- Dave Hartsough
- Benjamin Hayeem
- Jesse Helms
- Beverly Henry: biography and picture
- Bill Henry
- Burnette Herrick
- Maria Hinojosa
- Bill Hogan
- Bob Holden
- Tex Horning
- Doug Hostetter
- Martin Hellman
- Itkin
- Homer Jack
- Inge Jack
- Krishnammal Jagannathan
- Ike Jeanes
- Tyhimba Jess
- Bob Johnson
- Irene Johnson
- Percy Julian
- Herman Kahn
- Barbara Katt
- Vince Kavaloski
- Adam Keller
- Jane Kennedy
- Pat Kennedy
- Gene Keyes
- Peter Kiger
- Soyun Kim
- M. L. King
- Fay Honey Knopp
- Eddie Kold
- Merle Krause
- Sid Lens
- C and P Letson
- Guenter Lewy
- Bob Lichtenbert
- Ted Lillibridge
- Robin Lloyd
- Mary Lord
- Trent Lott
- Joe Lulich
- Ray Lopez
- C. Mackin
- Andy Mager
- Rigoberto Manchu
- Kail Meyer
- Contessa Miller

Box 12 [Acc. 2012-014]
Individuals (Part 4: M-P)
- Roger Maren
- Amy Martin
- Brian Martin
- Karen Morysdaughter
- Grazyna Marzynski
- Chuck Matthei
- Edith Mayo
- Maryanne McNaughton
- Carl McNeill
- David McReynolds
- Coleman McCarthy
- Walter McCleneghan
- George McCoy
- Maurice McCrackin
- John McLaughlin
- Robert McNamara
- John Micortney [?]
- Ron Moose
- Ernst Trier Morch
- Markley Morris
- Norman Morrison
- Peg Morton
- Jeremy Mott
- Phillips Moulton
- The Reporter/ A. J. Muste
- Dave Miller
- Susan Miller
- David Mills
- Marian Mollin
- Fred Moore
- Wally Nelson
- Murray Newman
- Maxine Nunn
- Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
- Jessie O'Connor
- Mark Oehlert
- Lise Olsen
- Nicky Ozypha
- Sylvia Palmer
- Marshall Patner
- Jack Patterson
- Peace movement activists
- Bob Pickus
- Peace Pilgrim
- Andrew Piepenbrink
- Bob Pickus
- Frank Panopoulos
- Dale Pontius
- Regina Pussan
- Janice Marshall
- Colin Powell
- Jack Powelson

Box 13
[Acc. 2012-014]
Lise Olsen
Erica Enzer
- Bequest receipt thank-you letters
- GPT letters
- Biog
- Erica Enzer, final statement
- Erica Enzer
- Erica Enzer correspondence
- Final letter
- Lynda McClure
- Memorial
- Photos
- Press
- Decourcy Squire
- Bonnie Urfer
- Barrry Vogel
- Will (Erica Enzer)
United States Pacifist Party (Part 6)
- Atlantic Monthly
- Appeal Letters
- Joan Baez
- Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (Bulletin of Atomic Scientists)
- Bishops
- Books
- Richard Bown

Box 14
[Acc. 2012-014]
United States Pacifist Party (Part 7)
- Buttons
- Bumper sticker
- Bill Carter
- Owen Chamberlain
- Adele Christiansen
- Churchmen
- ?
- Joel E. Cohen
- Congress
- Convention
- Letters answered
- Council for a Liveable World
- Democratic party
- Disarmament proposal
- Lloyd Dumas
- Economics
- Employee ownership
- European movement
- Fort [?]
-Friends Committee on National Legislation
- First strike
- Fellowship of Reconciliation

Box 15
[Acc. 2012-014]
United States Pacifist Party (Part 8)
- Foreign affairs
- Freeze
- Galbraith
- Gorman
Brad Lyttle's Journal (Part 1)
- Brad Lyttle 1971 diary
- Brad Lytlle 1972 diary
- Brad Lytlle 1973 diary
- Brad Lytlle 1974 journal
- Brad Lytlle 1975 journal
- Brad Lytlle 1976 journal
- Brad Lytlle 1977 journal
- Brad Lytlle 1978 journal

Box 16
[Acc. 2012-014]
Brad Lyttle's Journal (Part 2)
- Brad Lyttle 1979 journal
- Brad Lyttle 1980 journal
- Brad Lyttle 1981 journal
- Brad Lyttle 1982 journal
- Brad Lyttle 1983 journal
- Brad Lyttle 1984 journal
- Brad Lyttle 1985 journal
- Brad Lyttle 1986 journal
- Brad Lyttle 1987 journal
Individuals (Part 4: R-S)
- Margaret Rawson
- Dave Reed
- Randy Reeves
- Ron Renkowski
- Barbara Reynolds
- Marguerite Rich
- Richa
- Vicente Clemente Riego
- John Robbins
- J.A. Robinson
- Judith Robinson
- Ray Robinson
- Tom Rodd
- Igal Rodenko
- Burt Rosen
- Bobby Rush
- Bayard Rustin
- Chris Ryan
- Paul Salstrom
- Polly Schaad
- Scott Schaeffer- Duffy
- Christine Schweitzer
- Larry Scott
- Peter Seeger
- Gary Shapiro
- Kevin Shay
- Daniel Sicken
- Toma Sik
- Brad Simpson
- J. David Singer
- Jane Slaughter

Box 17 [Acc. 2012-014]
Individuals (Part 5: S-End)
- Charlie Solin
- Soyun
- Jack and Judy Speer
- Jack Spiegel
- Dan Sofaer
- Joffree Stewart
- Terry Sullivan
- Bob Swann
- Marjorie Swann
- Steve Tatum [2 folders]
- Marco Tavanti
- Richard Taylor
- Holger Terp
- Sherry Thurber
- James Tracy
- Chuck Trapkus
- Dorothy Troutman
- Chris Versen
- Carl Watner
- Prudence Waylard-Smith
- Eric Weinberger
- Jeff Wells
- Tom Wells
- Susan Wennemyr
- Gilbert White
- J and E White
- Bob and Lynn Wilde
- Suzie Williams
- J and L Willoughby
- Frank Witte
- Larry Wittner
- Mike Witort
- Bernard Wood
- Ruthy Woodring
- Diana Wright
- Howard Zinn
Individuals, Set 2 (Part 1: A-H)
- Duane B.[?]
- Desha Baker
- Laurie Calhoun
- Richard Bowers
- Leila Danielson
- Danilo Dolci
- Fischbeck
- Pam Goffinet
- Arthur Harvey
- Emily Harvey
- Jeffrey Hoffman

Box 18 [Acc. 2012-014]
Individuals, Set 2 (Part 2: I-W)
- Chris Imerra
- Mark Jordan
- Bob Johnson
- Yin K.[?]
- William Kelly
- Gene Keyes
- Tess Kleinhaus
- Jennie Kocherov
- Roger LaPorte
- Maxim Leyenson
- E. James Lieberman
- George McCoy
- Bob Michner
- Diane Miller
- Yvette Naal
- John Papworth
- Dale Pontius
- Brad Puryear
- Radivojevic
- Pearson
- Ken Rawson
- Bob Ross
- Steve Rothman
- Bobby Rush
- Kevin Shay
- Bob and Betty Steel
- Beverly Sterner
- Bridget Stevens
- Joffre Stewart
- George and Vera Wiss
Printing
- Chemicals
- Folding machine
- Digitized pictures
- Equipment
- Half tones
- Printers
- Offset printing
- Comrex CR-II
- Epson EX-1000 dot matrix printer
Computers, Dos and Windows
- Deborah Farrell
- IEC

Box 19 [Acc. 2012-014]
American Friends Service Committee Chicago
- Ad Hoc Committee
- American Friends Service Committee Chicago
- American Friends Service Committee Philadelphia
- Great Lakes Region
- No Business as Usual
- American Friends Service Committee Disarmament Program document
Chicago Anti-Vietnam War Movement (Book) [Part 1]
- David Bakan
- Carol and Kerry Berland, Edited November 17, 1988
- Bibliography
- Paul Booth
- Chicago
- Circle Notes
- City College
- Lenny Cizewski
- Bob Cleland
- Conspiracy Trial
- Contents
- CPC
- Called Notes
- DePaulia
- David Finke, Edited November 17, 1988
- Dick Flacks
- David G. Notes
- Dick Gregory
- Rich Gutman
- Fred Halstead
- Hampton/Clark Killings
- Bill Hogan, Edited November 15, 1980
- Interview Notes
- Introduction and Conclusion
- Homer Jack
- Ira K.
- Jane Kennedy

Box 20 [Acc. 2012-014]
Chicago Anti-Vietnam War Movement (Book) [Part 2]
- Kennedy-King
- Sylvia Kuckner, Edited November 15, 1980
- Paul Lauter
- Shirley Lens, Edited November 15, 1980
- Sidney Lens, Edited November 15, 1980
- Lowell Livezey
- Staughton Lynd
- MA Paper [2 folders]
- Frank McCallister
- Stewart Meacham
- Karl Meyer, Edited November 15, 1980
- Northwestern
- Notes
- Organizations
- Paper Topics
- Sidney Peck
- Max Primack
- Printout
- V.N. book printout
- Questionnaire
- Reading Notes
- Red Squad

Box 21 [Acc. 2012-014]
Chicago Anti-Vietnam War Movement (Book) [Part 3]
- Roosevelt University
- Milton Rosenberg
- Rossen
- Irving (Bud) Salk
- SANE
- Lawrence Scott
- Howard Schomor
- US News Article
- Jack Spiegel, Edited November 1980
- SPU
- University of Chicago
- Alice Walton
- World Without War Council
Manuscripts for AVWM, AE, FLAW
- [un-foldered manuscripts]

Box 22 [Acc. 2012-014]
B-P Walk/Pentagon 1
- UCAM
- US
- Wall Street Journal
- The Washington Post
- World Peacemaker List
- War Resisters International
- World Without War Council
- Xeroxed Masters
- Xeroxed Outline
- Nigel Young
Vietnam War Book (Chicago Anti-Vietnam War Movement) [Part 1]
- Who Spoke Up?
- Kale Williams, Edited November 16, 1980
- Introduction
- 12/84 III
- 12/84 IV
- 12/84 V
- 12/84 VI
- 12/84 VII
- 12/84 VII
- 12/84 IX
- 12/84 X. 1968
- 12/84 XI
- 12/84 XII
- 12/84 XIII
- 12/84 XIV
- 12/84 XV
- XVI Conclusions
- XVII Appendices
- XVIII
- Vietnam Paper. Conclusions (master)
- Publishers written

Box 23 [Acc. 2012-014
Vietnam War Book (Chicago Anti-Vietnam War Movement) [Part 3]
- Vietnam book, campus chapter
- Vietnam War movement documents
- [Unlabeled]
- [Unlabeled]
- Early chapter drafts
- Draft chapters
- Northwestern University
- Tuscaloosa
- CIP (Cataloguing in Publication)
- Whitehall
- University of Illinois
- Self-Publishing
- [?]
- Para Publishing
- Pro list
- Peace organizations
- Media
- Library of Congress #
- Leaflet photocopies

Box 24 [Acc. 2012-014]
Vietnam War Book (Chicago Anti-Vietnam War Movement) [Part 3]
- Invoice
- Filled Orders
- Correspondence and notes
- Denali Press
- Copyright
- Promotion and Sales
- Bookstores
Stereo
- B. Speakers
- Cables
- Chinese Turner
- Crossovers
- Dynakit
- Panasonic Tape Recorder
- PAS-2
- PAT 4
- RCA 395 VCR
- Wallace Rusterholtz
- Stereo 70
- Stereo 410
- Turntables
- TV
- VCR
Sound Reinforcement
- Electronics Notes
- Electro-Voice
- Generators and [?]
- Heathkit Manual
- Portapage

Box 25 [Acc. 2012-014]
Northern Ireland
- Day by day report
- NI article typed MS, D#1
- Maps
- Newspaper and magazine articles
- NICRA
- Notes
- Sinn Fein 10 good...
- Slide Program
- Leaflets and documents
- Booklets and pamphlets
- N.I.
School Publications
- Maroon
Flaw in Deterrence
- Correspondence
- Newspaper Press
- Flaw sent list
- Lists
- The Ultimate Faustian Bargain
- World Government
- Unilateral Disarmament

Box 26 [Acc. 2012-014]
Photography
- Boat Photos
- Braun flash
- Correspondence
- Equipment brochure
- Film and paper
- Filter information
- Masking guides
- Notes
MPC
- Tennis
- Tennis Book Notes
- Tennis promotion
- USTA
- Varsity/[?]
- Articles, clippings, book notes
- Copyright info.
- Tennis notes
- Tennis CDTA
- Instruction Sheet
Brad's Journal (1988-1993)
- 1988 Journal
- 1989 Journal
- 1990 Journal
- 1991 Journal
- 1992 Journal
- 1993 Journal

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Brad's Journal (1994-2002)
- 1994 Journal
- Brad Lyttle's 1995 Diary
- Brad Lyttle's 1996 Diary
- Brad Lyttle's 1997 Diary
- Brad Lyttle's 1998 Diary
- Brad Lyttle's 1999 Diary
- Brad Lyttle's 2000 Diary
- Brad Lyttle's 2001 Diary
- Brad Lyttle's 2002 Diary
Midwest Pacifist Commentator (MPC)
- MPC 5/93
- Artwork
- Congress
- MPC Possible Articles
- Correspondence and notes
- Foreign list
- Friends meetings
- Headings and coupons
- Libraries
- Literature
- Mailing Information
- Mailing lists
- MPC mailing records
- Mailing permits

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Tennis
- Stringing
- Tennis teaching notes
Cuba
- Agriculture
- Application F3 and F4
- Chicago Cuba Coalition
- Brochures
- F4 finances
- Leaflets and songs
- Lobbying information
- Medicines needed
- Nonviolence training
- Notes
- Notes F4
- Pastors for Peace
- Reading notes
- [?]
- Travel brochure maps
- Notebooks for SF-Moscow Walk
Poor People's Campaign
- Poor People's Campaign
- Poor People's Campaign, literature
- Poor People's Campaign

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VPT/Committee for Nonviolent Action/New England Committee for Nonviolent Action
- NE Committee for Nonviolent Action documents
- July 21, 1966 EB. dem
- Minuteman attack
Supreme Court Case
- Supreme
Selective Service (Draft), Prison
- Christmas Cards received list while I was in prison
- Brad's draft document
- Selective Service (Draft) document
- Brad Lyttle's 1954 draft material
Northern Ireland
- Northern Ireland
- Polaris Action
- War Tax Resistance
Iraq Project
- Baghdad press conference
- Iraq 3
- Media Clippings
- Iraq
- Iraq 2
- Jahalin Bedouins
- Jordan
- Leaflet
- Master Notes

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Iraq Project
- Media
- Medicine list
- New York Times letter
- Passport documents
- Voices in the Wilderness letterhead
- Visa
- Iraq documents
- Business cards
- Fundraising
- Iraq/media
- Iraq and Jordan Maps
- Iraq photos
- Voices in the Wilderness
War Tax Resistance
- War Tax Resistance documents
- Ads and leaflets
- Appeal 1970 (August 6)
- Blut
- Kansas City Conference 1972 (August 2-4)
- Large photos
- Letterhead
- Kennett Love article
- Military purpose of phone tax, War Tax Resistance
- Minutes 1970 (November)
- Notes
- War Tax Resistance New York City
- Photos
- Phone tax cards
- Press conference 1969 (December 16)
- Pov.[?] papers and documents 1972
- Press conference 1970 (March 2)
- War Tax Resistance history
- War Tax Resistance sample literature
- War Tax Resistance
- War Tax Resistance 1972

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Air War (Vietnam) Campaign Against
- Ad
- Air war leaflet
- Air war documents
- Ad contributions
- Air War (Part 1)
- Air War (Part 2)

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Air War (Vietnam) Campaign Against
- Campaign development
- Sponsors, air war ad
Polaris Action
- Newletters
- News clippings
- Documents
- BLi[?] letter
People's Coalition for Peace and Justice
- Bail
- Collection 1971 (November 6)
- Coordination Committee list
- Coordination report
- Debts
- PC documents
- PC letterhead
- NPAC 1971 (Fall)
- November 6, 1971
- PC speakers
- PCPJ demonstration in D.C. 1973 (January 1)
- Resignation letter
- Government documents
- Literature, other gps[?]
- Maps
- Participants
- Reports
- Travel list
- Vanunu
Quebec Washington Guantanamo Walk 1963-1964
- Albany
- B's Albany jail letters to C and M
- Call
- Committee for Nonviolent Action, Quebec Washington Guantanamo walk notes
- French language leaflet
- Miami
- Quebec Washington Guantanamo walk log

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Quebec Washington Guantanamo Walk 1963-1964
- [M?] leaflet
- Polaris Action Bulletin 1962-1963
- Quebec Washington Guantanamo Walk bulletins
- Biographies Quebec Washington Guantanamo Walk
- Early memoranda
- Freedom to travel
- Griffin
- Leaflets and petitions
- Legal documents
- Literature list on Cuba and Latin America
- Mailing lists
- Milage
- Motion Picture of Quebec Washington Guantanamo Walk
- Photos
- Participants
- Policies and discipline
- Prospectus
- Publicity
- The United States...
- Route
- Spirit of Freedom
Saigon Project
- Saigon project clippings
- Commentary
- Contacts
- The Saigon Project: Discussion of some Problems...
- Saigon documents
- Leaflet
- Saigon maps
- Peace Action in Saigon
- Saigon; problems etc.
- Saigon reports, notes
- The Saigon Project: Relationship
- Saigon slogans
- Statements
- Saigon Project Clippings

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Seminars for Life
- Ads
- Photos
- Berberian picnic
- Correspondence
- Revised Schedule
- Resource people
- Spock meeting
Training Program
-Nonviolent Action Training Program
- Philosophy of Nonviolent Action
- Psychology of Nonviolent Action
- Compatibility of the Theory of Nonviolent Action with Worldviews
- Civil Disobedience, the Theory of Government and Law, and Relationships to Law Enforcement Agencies
- The Arms Race and Civil Defense
- The Future of Nonviolent Action
- TS Resource People
WPF (Walk for a Peaceful Future)
- Appeal WPF
- [?] report
- Bezeq
- Book Reviews
- Correspondence
- Documents
- Egypt
- FAX
- Finances
- Insurance

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WPF (Walk for a Peaceful Future)
- Notes
- Porto Cervo
- Jerusalem
- Gaza Strip
- Leaflets
- Negev
- Participants
- Photos
- Slide Show
- World Service Authority Passport
- Aisling Byrne
- Jacques [Dreze or Dreye?]
- Equipment
Patents
- Photostatic Sketch and Promotional Statement
- Patents
- Sprinkler
- Ideas Not Developed
- Oil filler
- Oil filler promotional statement
- Glare Eliminator
- Morch[?]
- Tennis Balls
- Oil Filter Patent Application
Confronting the Warmakers 1967
- D.C. Jail
- Maps
- Mobilization documents 1967 (October)
- Mobilization ML's 1967 (October 21)
- Pentagon 1967 (October 21)
- Pentagon
- Washington 1967 (October 21)
Washington Action 1969 (November)
- Washington Action Book 1969 (November 13-15)
- Meeting documents
- Buses

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Confronting the Warmakers 1967
- Children
- Collection
- Communications
- Contingents
- Contingents leaflets
- Crane
- Documents
- Finance
- Generator
- Helicopter
- Information
- Labels
- Legal aid
- Letterhead
- Films of WA
- Literature
- Logistics MAD
- Log. memo
- MAD
- Maps, D.C.
- Maps 8.5x14
- Marshall assign.
- Marshalls general information
- Marshalls' lists, Folder #1
- Medical
- Negotiations
- Meeting notes
- PA
- Photos
- Program
- San Francisco
- SC New Mobe
- Thoughts about the Washington Act Project
- Trucks

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Confronting the Warmakers 1967
- Washington Action MS #1, Part A
- Washington Action MS #1, Part B
- Marshalls' lists, Folder #2
- MOW Marshalls' Folder #3
Smaller Projects
- April Action, 1967
- Baltika
- April 24, 1971
- Boston-Pentagon Walk
- Atlanta Talk
- Campaign End the Air War
- Counter- Inaugural 1969 (January 20)
- Friends of the Filipino People
- Harrisburg
- Haverford Conference
- Inauguration Day D.C.
- Walk demonstration 1965 (November)
- Maday[?] preparation
- New Jersey demonstration
- Operation Raw
- Pentagon 1972 (May)
- Pentagon Speak-Out 1965 (June 16)
- Training Program 1962
- Versailles Corporation
- Vietnam Vet, New Jersey 1970?
- Vertol demonstration 1965 (December 27)
- Washington Action Project
- Washington March 1965 (November 27)
- Washington Tea Party 1970 (October)

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Cluster Bomb Resistance (Cluster Bomb Resistance)
- Cluster Bomb Resistance New England mailings
- Cluster Bomb Resistance New York City mailings
- Pellet bomb memo
- Pellet bomb notes
- Scovill
- Honeywell
- Guava
Honeywell
- Honeywell Publications
- Scoville
Impeachment
- Impeachment
Genocide Demonstration
- November 21
- Permits
- Geld
- Genocide Maps
- New England Committee for Nonviolent Action, Contribution Record Book

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Committee for Nonviolent Action
- Committee for Nonviolent Action [2 folders]
- Committee for Nonviolent Action Finances
- Committee for Nonviolent Action National
- Committee for Nonviolent Action
- Committee for Nonviolent Action account with me
- Committee for Nonviolent Action comments
- Committee for Nonviolent Action folder
- Committee for Nonviolent Action letterhead 1964
- Committee for Nonviolent Action literature list
- Committee for Nonviolent Action New England
- Committee for Nonviolent Action photos
- Committee for Nonviolent Action policy
- Committee for Nonviolent Action power structure
- Committee for Nonviolent Action West
CSRE
- CSRE article
- Letterhead
Democratic Convention 1968
- Chicago
- Chicago Police conference correspondence
- Chicago report
Draft Card Burning 1965
- Appeal letter
- Calls
- Cornell statement and biog.
- Draft card burn demonstration program kits 1965 (November)
- Edelman statement
- Leaflet
- Roy Lisker
- David McReynolds
- Release #1
- Release #2
- Release #3
- Release #4
- State of support
- James Wilson
New England Committee for Nonviolent Action
- Alarm system
- Ballot
- Camp Ahimsa
- Cars
- Committee for Nonviolent Action list 1972 (November)
- Committee (New England Committee for Nonviolent Action)

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New England Committee for Nonviolent Action
- Committee meeting
- Committee meeting 1972 (November 26)
- Counter recruiting
- Decade on Nonviolent
- Direct Action
- Drivers
- EC
- Farm MS
- Finance
- Finke New England Committee for Nonviolent Action documents
- Committee for Nonviolent Action documents and lists
- Fundraising
- German Trip
- Gibbons
- Irrigation system
- Internal Revenue Service Conley letter
- Key list 1972 (November 15)
- Letterhead
- New Eengland Committee for Nonviolent Action letterhead copy
- Mailings 1966 (May 29)
- Map
- New England Committee for Nonviolent Action
- Norwich group
- Photos
- Polaris Action
- Polaris staff
- Promotional literature
- Recruiting poster
- Rodd
- Bob Ross
- Sponsors 1972 (November 27)
- Welcome to Committee for Nonviolent Action
- Committee for Nonviolent Action committee
Durham
- Durham
- Durham clippings
- Theology
- Thoughts about the Washington Action Project
- Three Tactics
- Times Square Sit-Down 1966 (February 15)
- Prospectus
- Incident
- The United States and the Spirit of Freedom

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- Vegetarianism
- Vertol
- Violent and Nonviolent Revolutions
- Violent Revolution
- Vietnam Buddhists
- Walk Book
- War and a Competitive Culture 1958?
- War and a Competitive Culture
- The War in Vietnam
- Water system
- WIN
- The World Conference on Vietnam
- War Resisters International conference 1972
- Toward a better strategy
- Arthur Atkins
- After Preparation
- An Account of Action
- Albany, Georgia Report
- Advantages and outcome
- Ahimsa Shoes
- Albany Experiment
- Am I a Pacifist?
- Amnesty Memo
- April 27 Nonviolent conference 1968 (April 27)
- Are Sexuality
- Audio Power to the People
- Autonomous, rural... bases
- Brad's Albany Jail Log
- The Buddhists

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Brad's Writing
- Black Power
- A Call for Administrators
- Care of Automobiles
- Chicago Report
- The Coalition
- The Coalition Peace Movement and
- Comments on NCC convention
- Confronting the warmakers
- Arrest and confinement
- C.O. guide to Cook County Jail
- Conscription and Vocation
- Draft card memo 1965 (December 23)
- Durham Report
- Economics of a Rural Community
- Electoral politics
- Essays revised #1
- Essays revised #2
- Farm floodlight
- Fasting memo
- Fasting
- Fasting, WIN
- Fifth Ave parole 1965 (October)
- Gandhi's personality
- Half frame
- Harassment 1966 (January 10)
- Indian Village Article 1959 (April 16)
- Is Unilateral Disarm...
- Lakey memo reply
- Law kits
- Sampattidan
- Is Unilateral Disarmament
- Life at Polaris Action Farm
- March on Washington
- May 9, 1970
- Meacham memo reply 1965 (December 3)
- Meredith Walk, Badger, etc.
- Mideast 1973 (December 27)
- Minutemen Attack
- Brad's writings, misc.
- Marshalling memo
- BL MSS

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Brad's Writings
- Missed Chance
- Missle pamphlet
- MSS [2 folders]
- NCC convention and Washington March 1965 (December 2)
- Documents 1965
- Nonviolence and the current
- The Nonviolent Actionist
- Nonviolent and Current
- Nonviolence in Vietnam
- Nonviolent national defense bibliography
- Nonviolent Rumble in Cheyenne
- New York Jail
- New York City Transit Fare
- Nonviolent Resistance in Vietnam: the Buddhists
- Nonviolent Rumble in Cheyenne
- A Pacifist visits Dachau 1958
- Plastic greenhouse agriculture
- Political Power; Quotations...
- Proposal for mass, Nonviolent...
- Prospectus for a freedom etc...
- Reasons for optimism
- Report 1968 (June 6)
- The Role of Private Agencies
- A Rural Committee for the Nonviolent Direct Action Peace Movement
- Saigon report
- Self-immolation memo
- Selma report
- Some technology of Mideast war
- Spirit of Freedom
- The Story of an
- This is the Missile
- Police Protection 1966 (February 9)
- Policies for a CD movement
- Poor Peoples' Campaign
Vietnam
- Vietnam documents
- Vietnam Notes
- Vietnam books
- Vietnam corps
- Vietnam
- Articles

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Vietnam
- UN Basic Documents [2 folders]
- US news miscellaneous demonstrration materials
American Friends Service Committee Chicago
- Chicago American Friends Service Committee peace sec. conflict
- Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
- American Friends Service Committee
Amnesty
- Amnesty (Part 1)
- Amnesty (Part 2)
Civil Defense


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Civil Defense
- Civil Defense Literature [2 folders]
Feminism
- Difference between men and women
- Feminism MS. extra pages
- SRL
- Dining exchange #2
- Family notes
- Feminist leaders
- Feminism/miscellaneous notes
- Feminism preliminary draft

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Feminism
- Feminism MS. #1 Dem. notes
- Leah Fritz response
- Male chauvinist states
- Orgasm
Mideast
- Middle East
- About "SANE" Conduct
- Mideast Ad
- Reply to Mideast art[?] comments
- Middle East notes
- Middle East technology
April Action
- Political Prisoners in South Vietnam
- Political Prisoners
- Overview
Trident Subs
- Trident subs
- A patent for an automobile oil level maintaining mechanism. Granted 1984 (March 26)

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Power of the People
- Bob Calvert
- Bob Cooney
- Correspondence pop
- Ann Davidon
- Larry Gara
- Marty Jezer
- David McReynolds
- POP criticisms
- Power of the People
- War Resisters League Calendar 1973
- War Tax Resistance/ Centers
May 9, 1970
- Booklet copy 1970 (May 9)
- Medical Report 1970 (May 9)
- MSS 1970 (May 9)
- Notes 1970 (May 9)
- Permits
- 1970 (May 9)
Vietnam
- Vietnam Notes [3 folders]
- Vietnam paper
- Vietnam project equipmeent
- Vietnam project notes

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Vietnam
- Vietnam projects
- Vietnam project passport forms
- Amnesty
- Vietnam project/ people interested
- Vietnam project travel information
- Vietnam research
- Maps
- Notes
Bosnian Students
- Abington forms
- Abington Friends Scool
- Appeal [2 folders]
- Basic kit
- Donna Brogan
- Bosnian Students
- BS appeal records
- BS Chicago Times
- Clinton
- Brookings
- Essay
- John Eubank
- Leaflet, English
- Law
- Laura Linzi
- Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky
- Carol Moseley-Braun
- Non Fruebds General Conference responses to appeal
- Bosnian Students Notes
- Petition
- R.[?]
- Bosnian Student Appeal receipt
- Congressman Bobby Rush
- D. Simic
- Paul Simon, Senator, Illinois
- Travel documents
- Zagreb Embassy
- Photos
Yugoslavia
- Information document
- Maps
- Song
- Yugoslavia

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Mir Sada
-Mir Sada documents
- Leaflets
- Photos
- Reports
- Long report
- Short report
Sjeme Mira
- Sjeme Mira Long Report Master
- Appeal
- Camping Equipment
- Correspondence
- Jean Boe
- Documents
- English leaflet
- Information sheet
- Leaflet, final
- Letterhead
- Media
- Notes
- Participants
- Photos
- Report, long
- Schaeffer-Duffy com.
- Slide
- Song
- Sponsors
- Summary Report
- Travel documents
Solidarity for Peace in Sarajevo
- Solidarity documents
- Photos
- Solidarity for Peace in Sarajevo report
Documents
- Gedanken Zur Gewaltlosigkeit
- Juggernaut
- A Lwayer's Case for Civil Disobedience
- Nonviolence in Theory and Practice
- Student Action
- Quakers in Government
Reich (Wilhelm)
- Reich
- Adolescent sexuality
- Analysis
- Reich and his attitude toward sex
- Character Traits
- Class
- Emotional plague
- Genital character
- Goals of life
- Hatred
- Health
- Homosexuality
- Love
- Loving embrace
- Marxism
- Masochism

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Reich (Wilhelm)
- Material basis of life
- Natural behavior
- Religion
- Reich miscellaneous
- Revolutionary outlook
- Orgasm
- Patriarchy
- Politics
- Reason for sexual act
- Repression
- Schizophrenia
- Science
- Self-regulation of sexual urge
- Sex Appeal
- Thoughts during sexual act
- Totalitarianism
- Women's role
- Work
- Yoga
- Miscellaneous notes
PA
- Amplifiers
- Bullhorn Production
- P.A. documents and photos
- Generators
- Mikes
- P.A. Correspondence
- P.A. equipment photos
- Parade Com. System
Gandhi and Reich (W.)
- Gandhi and Reich
- Gandhi/Reich
- Gandhi
- Reich
- Gandhi
- Gandhi/Reich notes
- Gandhi's attitude toward sex
- Reich's attitude toward sex
- Conclusion
- Erikson miscellaneous
- Erikson on sex
Boats
- Adirondack Musueum
- Boat dem. 2000
- Clayton Antique Boat Museum
- Drowning accidents
- Introduction to Sailing
- Marines
- Oars and Paddles
- Precision

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Boats
- Sails
- Sissy-Do
- Wayfarer
Maps
- Arizona
- California
- China
- Elipse Area Map (D.C.)
- Florida
- New London Maps
- Pentagon (D.C.)
- Pentagon Maps
- Utah
- Washington, D.C.
Charles Lyttle (Brad's Father)
- Bertelles' letters
- Charles Lyttle'sbooks
- C and M interviews
- Chart (Energy Levels, estimate)
- Correspondence
- Don Harrington's sermon 1981 (May 24)
- Letters
- Charles Lyttle on Tom Paine
- Insurance policies
- Charles Lyttle's letters
- Letterhead
- Charles Lyttle'smemorial fund
- Notes
- Documents
- Charles Lyttle

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Charles Lyttle (Brad's Father)
- Christmas Cards
- Cleveland
- Freedom Moves West
- Geneva
- Don Harrington
- Hollbrook letter
- J.H. Holmes
- Hyde Park- Kenswood
- Passages
- Helen Keller
- Letters
- Lincoln
- Meadville
- Medical
- Charles Lyttle's memorial book
- Memorial service
- New England sermon
- Obituary and DN
- Charles Lyttle's papers
- Pilgrims
- Professional letters
- Religion
- Sobell Committee
- Charles Lyttle's Song (hymn)
- Van Cleve Letter
- Oswald Garrison Villard
- Charles Lyttle's Will notes
- V.[?] letter
- Writings
University of Chicago Political Science
- University of Chicago Finance
- 315 Cropsey (Plato) Phaedo
- October and November Schedule
- 318 Hegel; Philosophy of Joseph Cropsey History; Cropsey
- Leonard Binder; Political Know- Ledge and Consciousness; 495
- J. Cropsey; Kant; #352
- Joseph Cropsey; Modern Political Philosophy; 256

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University of Illinois Political Science (Circle Campus)
- Harry Scoble; Public Policy Analysis; 405
- Harry Scoble; Black Politics; 306
Marcia Lyttle, Brad's Mother
- Bills
- C.[?] and directions
- Christmas Cards
- Correspondence
- Correspondence
- Daylogue
- Death certificates
- Death Notice
- Disks
- Early Letters
- Edith, letters to her
- Equitable life (Marcia)
- Marcia greyrock documents
- Letters to C and M, undated
- M's letters
- M's Meadville[?] letter 1925 (January 3)
- Marcia's letters to people
- Medical matters
- Notes
- Pavker
- Kate Panaccione
- Personal letters
- Seurat painting
- Special reports
- Steel documents
- Syracuse
- Writings
- Rufus Jones
- Biography
- Geneology
- Family Letters
- Financial documents
- Mary Suzuki correspondence
- Theodore Tilton sig.
- Bertha Webb, letters to her

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Uncle Ed (Edward B. Rawson; Brad's Great Uncle)
- Uncle Ed
- Edward B. Rawson
English Literatue M.A.
- English Lit. M.A.
- History of English Language
MA (Helen Rawson James; Brad's Grandmother)
- Ma's death
- Ma's memorial service
- Ma's letters
High School Teaching
- High schools
- High School teaching
- King John and the Abbot Poem
- Teaching
Rush
- Rush letter
- Rush 1980 (February 5)
- Correspondence (miscellaneous)
- Rush
- BIOS. 301
- Behav. 301 CORE
- Health politic
- Nursing core plan
- Nursing
- Observational visit
- Peer testimonies
- Pharm 301 notes
- PMSL

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Circle Pre-Nursing
- Pharmacology
Indictment (Rush)
- Appeal notes
- Summation
- Catch-22
- Nursing Care Plan #2
- Appendix C, Erant Monitor
- Appendix G
- Appendix K, Skills Checklist Guidelines
- D.[?] March
- Clinical Evaluation Tool (Sample)
- Criticisms
- Final Evaluation Tool, Section III
- Horowitz[?] master
- Log
- Clinical reports
- Student evaluation and prom. com. letter
- Triflo
- Witnesses
- Appeal documents
- Appendix E, smoking
- Appendix F, Ambulation[?]
- Appendix G, Triflo
- Catch-22
- Teaching-Learning Assignment
- Summation
Illinois Political Science Documents
- Balbus[?]; West European Marxism since Lenin. 399
- Hollis Barber[?]; The President and Congress. 316
- Balbus/Rakoff; Pharmacology. 410
- Robert Rakoff; Selected readings in classes[?] of political science. 496
- Robert Rakoff; Pharmacology. 484
- Don Bowen; Political Violence. 395
- Milton Rakove; Maehine Politics. 308
University of Chicago; David Easton (Political Scientist)
- Easton/Articles and Notes. 353

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Reich
- The Breakthrough into the Biological Realm
- Freedom
- Freud
- Apathy
- Emotional Plague
- Omni animal...
- Orgastic potency
- Surrender
- Character
- The Function of the Orgasm
- Personality change
- Nature of man
- Rationality
- Importance of sexuality
- Human nature
- Morality
- Masochism
- Mysticism
- Hatred and rage
- Genital person
- Grab[?]
- Asceticism and abstinance
- Patriarchy
- Family
- Authoritarianism
- Armor
- Cares
- Emotiuonal plague
- Power
- Fascism
- Communism
- Religion
- Sadism
- Self-Confidence
- Word
- Sex-economy
- Value
- Work
University of Chicago Political Science
- Robert Richards; Sociobiology. 384
- S. Rudolph; Psychoanalytic Theory and the Psychology of Politics. 325
- A. Seal; The Emergence of Indian Nat.
- Rudolph; Presentation. 325
- Duncan Snidal; Introduction to Mathematical Models of Political Science. 326

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University of Chicago Political Science
- Mandy Thompson; Kant; Philosophy 475
- Tang Tsou[?]; Chinese Politics. 359
- T. Tsou; Politics in P.R. of Chinca; U.C. 359
- P. Notes[?]
- MA I and C
- University of Chicago finanaces
- Coser
- Dahrendof[?]
- Elston, Jon
- Fighting with Gandhi
- Scinomel[?]
- Preliminary substitute
- Books
- Checklist for student program
- Courses lists
- Student loan
- Courses taken lists
- Joseph Cropsey
- Faculty
- David Greenstone
- Hough and Fainsod[?]; How the Soviet Union is Governed
- C. Kaplan
- Notes
- University of Chicago Political Science
- Adam Przeworski
- Rosenberg
- Silberman
- Duncan Snidal
- Nathan Tarcor[?]
- Tang Tsou
- A.R. Zolberg
- Political Science Classics Project (Part 1)

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University of Chicago Political Science
- Political Science Classics Project (Part 2)
- Political Science Classics Project (Part 3)
- Political Science Classics Project (Part 4)
Greyrock
- Basic works project
Philosophers
- Apel[?]. 495
- Ayer. 495
- Existentialism
- Feuerbach
- Hegel. 495
- Heidigger. 495
- Carl G. Hempel
- Jensinism[?] (Sociobiology)
- Critique of Practical Reason, Kant
- Kant (reading and other notes)
- John S. Mill
- Karl Popper
- Wittgenstein. 495

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Working Files (Alphabetical Listing)
- Aportment
- Appeal Letters
- AOUP
- Arms race
- Asilomar[?]
- Attack Carrier
- Attacks
- American History
- Attica
- Audio Engineering Society
- Auila[?]
- Avon
- Backup disks
- Baez project
Poems about War: University of Chicago Lab School English Class, High School 1975
- List of Poems
- Achilles' Revenge
- Achilles' Revenge
- War Song of Dinas Vawr
- The Battle of Blenheim
- Destruction of Sennacherib
- Concord Hymn
- Paul Revere's Ride P.1
- Paul Revere's Ride P.2
- Paul Revere's Ride P.3
- Old Ironside
- The Arsenal at Springfield
- The Change of the Light Brigade
- The Last of the Light Brigade
- First O Songs P.2
- First O Songs P.3
- Beat! Beat! Drums!
- The March to the Sea P.1
- The March to the Sea P.2
- A March in the Ranks
- The Battle for the Bay; P.1
- The Battle for the Bay; P.2
- The Battle for the Bay; P.3
- Jean Desprez 1
- Jean Desprez 2
- Counter Attack
- Over the Parapet, P.1
- Over the Parapet, P.2
- The Soldier
- Pushing at the Front
- Patterns P.1
- Patterns P.2
- Patterns P.3
- Mourn Not the Dead
- The Enemy
- Dunkirk P.1
- Dunkirk P.2
- Without Benefit of Declaration
- E.L. Pierce II, Beethoven's Fifth
- E.L. Pierce I
- Ballad of the Green Beret
- Do Not Go Gentle
- They Do Not Go Gentle
- The Fifty Gunner
- A Bummer
- Dead Bodies
- The Prison Island of Con Son
- The 184th Demonstration
- The Grey Squirrel
- A Noiseless Patient Spider
- Lab School Evaluation

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Poems about War: University of Chicago Lab School English Class, High School 1975
- Report 304
- High School Readings
- Lab School
- Report
- Spelling
- E.E. Cummings
- Robert Nathan
- Pablo Neruda
- Siegfried Sassoon
- Robert Service
- Shakespeare
- Alfred Lord Tennyson
- Vietnamese
- Vietnam Veterans
- Sonnet XXIX
- Books and plays
- Research project areas
- Sample book report
- Test 1975 (May 8)
- Dinas Vawr test
- Test 1975 (April 20)
Economics of Nuclear Energy
- Bibliographies
- Correspondence
- Economics
Nuclear Energy
- Reading Notes
- Nuclear Waste Disposal
- Outline of development
- RAND
- Nuclear Power
- "Cost Analysis of Light Water Reactor Plants" Mooz 1978 (June)
- Nuclear Energy
- Reactors
- Documents
- Clippings
- Bibliographies
- H.A. Bethe
- Bulletin of Atomic Scientists notes
- Bulletin of Atomic Scientists clock
- Acheson-Lilienthal Report
- Nuclear power book notes
- Rebuttal[?]
- Szilord[?]
- Salt II

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Qual. Paper
- Qualifying Paper MS #1
Nuclear Power Organizations
- American Friends Service Committee
- Abalone Alliance
- Bailly Alliance
- Citizens for a Better Environment
- Critical Mass
- Clamshell Alliance
- Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy
- Council for a Liveable World
- Friends of the Earth
- Mobilization for Survival [2 folders]
- NInternal Revenue Service
- [Reactor Safety Study] Report
- Rocky Flats Action Group
- SANE
- Union of Concerned Scientists
- Karen Silkwood
- Seabrook
Working Files (Alphabetical Order)
- ABM
- Jane Addams Centennial
- Addirondack photos
- Address change
- Aegis Plowshares
- Afghanistan
- American Friends Service Committee Chicago
- American Friends Service Committee Latin American State
- Camp Ahisma
- Ahisma Shoes
- Air and Water Show 1997
- Ammon Hennacy Farm
- Amnesty International
- Anarchism

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Rational Choice (Jon Elster)
- Elster, Jon; Notes
- Elster, Jon; Rational Choice
- Rational Choice book notes
Max Weber
- Lipset[?], S.M.; Political Man
- Tocquiville; Democracy in America
- Political Sociology prelim.
- Weber, Max; Charisma
- Weber, Max; Class, Status, Party
- Weber, Max; Objectivity in the Social Sciences
- Weber, Max; On Subjective Interpretation
- Weber, Max; Midterm
- Weber, Max; Politics as a Vocation
- Weber, Max; Protestant Ethic...
- Weber, Max; Sociology of Religion
- Max Weber; "Bureaucracy"
- Rudolph, S.; Weber; #329
- Weber, Max The Meaning of Ethical Neutrality
- Barpali Fabrics
- Bass Project
- Beati i construttori di pace
- Biafra
- B-1 Bomber
- Bibliography
- Biographies
- Birth Control
- Black Holes and Disappearing Continents
- Black Power
- Books
- Book notes/unidentified
- Boulding conference
- Brad's old letters
- Bughouse Square

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Max Weber
- Bulgarian Nonviolence
- Smedley[?] Butter
- Cambodia [2 folders]
- Cape Cod Project
- Capitalism
- Capital Punishment
- Jim Chorlton[?]
- Chicago American Friends Service Committee
- Chicago
- Children's March
- Chile
- Chile Clippings
- Chile Solidarity Com.
- China
- China Project
- Civil Disobedience
- Civil Rights and Peace
- Cleveland Conference
- Committee for Nonviolent Action West
- Cockroaches
- College of Complexes
- Columbia
- Committee of Correspondence
Deterrence
- Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
- Bibliographies
- Chronology
- The Counterfeit Peacemakers
- Course Outline
- Deterrence since 1945
- Deterrence Disks
- History of opposition notes
- Notes
- Mearscheiner course 1983

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Deterrence
- Strategic Studies Test
International Relations
- International Relations Concepts
- Graham T. Allison; Essence of Decision
- Raymond Aron; Clauswitz: Philosopher of War
- Robert Art; "Bureaucractic Politics and American Foreign Policy"
- R. Axelrod; The Evolution of Cooperation
- David Baldwin; Interdependence and Power: A Conceptual Analysis
- Hadley Bull; The Anarchical Society
- Burns, A.L.; "From Balance to Deterrence"
- Carl von Clausewitz; On War
- Robert Gilpin; "Economic Interdependence and National Security..."
- Gilpin, Robert; War and Change in World Politics
- Morton H. Halperin; "Bureaucratic Poltics and Foreign Policy"
- [Unlabeled]
- Robert Jervis; "Cooperation Under the Security Dilemna"
- M.A. Kaplan; Theoretical Inquiry[?] and the Balance of Power
- George F. Kennan; "The Sources of Soviet Conduct"
- Paul M. Kennedy; The Rise and Fall of British Naval Mastery
- Howard, Michael; War in European History
- Robert O. Keohane; Power and Independence
- James R. Kurth; "The Political Consequences of the Product Cycle..."
- K. Lautenschlager; "Technology and the Evolution of Naval Warfare"
- Lipson, Charles; Introduction to International Relation; #398
- Halford
- War and International Relations Theory 1985 (May)
- Morgenthau; Politics Among Nations
- Edward L. Morse; The Transformation of Foreign Policies
- A.F.K. Organski; "The Power Transition"
- A.F.K. Organski and J. Kugler; The War Ledger
- L.C.F. Turner; Origin of the First World War
- A. Olam; Dangerous Relations
- Waltz, Kenneth N.; Theory of International Politics
- Michael Walzer; Just and Unjust Wars
Weber
- Political Soc. Notes
- Samuel L. Popkin; The Rational Peasant
- Dawson, W.H.; Germany and the Germans; Weber
- Holism and Individualism
- Michels, R.; Political Parties
- Mitzman, A.; The Iron Cage; Weber
- Hughes, H. Stuart; Consciousness and Society; Weber
Working Files
- Economics
- Drugs
- Drifts List
- Disarmament Papers
- Demonstration
- Demonstration Comm., Sample Leaflets
- E.V. Debbs
- Danbury
- Cuba Speech Documents
- New England Committee for Nonviolent Action reg. meetings
- Fine

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Working Files
- Film Revision
- Fasting
- Farm Staff Meeting
- P.A. Farm
- Adolfo Perez Esquival
- Esperanto
- Erlebach
- Energy
- Eighth Day Vigil
- Economy
- Earlham Sports
- Dyslexia
- Draft denial
- Draft card burn. 1965 (October 28)
- Discipline
- Diapers
- Designs
- Dorothy Day
- Maps of Cuba
Strategists (Deterrence)
- G. Allison; Hawks, Doves
- Robert J. Art
- Diamond Ball[?]
- R.K. Bitts[?]; "Cruise Missiles..."
- Paul Bracken; "The Special Problem of..."
- B. Brodie; Flaw
- B. Brodie; "The Anatomy of Deterrence..."
- B. Brodie Article
- B. Brodie "Implications for Military Policy"
- B. Brodie "More about Limited War"
- B. Brodie "Some Notes..."
- B. Brodie "The McNamara Phenomenon
- B. Brodie "Strategy in the Missile Age"
- B. Brodie "War in the Atomic Age"
- Harold Brown
- McGeorge Bundy; "No First Use"
- Richard Burt "The Perils of Arms Control..."
- Albert Carnesale
- Daedalus
- C.N. Donnelly "The Soviet Operational..."
- John F. Dulles; Flaw
- S. Rudolph
- Max Weber
- John Foster Dulles
- Freeman Dyson
- F.W. Ermath "Contrasts in American and Soviet..."
- Ori Even-Tov; "The Utility of New Technologies..."
- B.T. Feld; "The Trouble with Salt"
- Franch Report
- A.L. Frielberg; "A History of the U.S. Strategic Doctrine"
- Patrick Glym
- Colin Gray; "Nuclear Strategy..."
- The MX ICBM; Gray
- Colin Gray; "Flaw"
- Alexander Haig; "Flaw"
- D. Holloway; "Military Power and Political Purpose in Soviet Policy"
- S. Huntington; "The Renewal of Strategy"
- Samuel P. Huntington; "Arms Race, Prerequisite..."
- Fred Charles Ikle
- Robert Jervis; "What Deters?"
- Josef Joffe; "Europe's American Pacifier"
- Kaplan, Fred
- Morton A. Kaplan; "The Calculus of Nuclear Deterrence"
- W.W. Kaufmann

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Strategists (Deterrence)
- Henry Kissinger; Flaw
- Henry Kissinger; The Necessity for Choice
- Henry Kissinger; Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy
- Robert Komer; "Maritime Strategy..."
- Lipson, Charles; "International Cooperation in Economic and Security Affairs"
- Robert S. McNamara
- J. McPhee; "The Curve of Binding Energy"
- John J. Mearsheimer; "Conventional Deterrence..."
- Patrick Morgan
- Paul H. Nitze; "Flaw"
- R. Pipes; "Why the Soviet Union Thinks It Could..."
- Barry R. Posen
- Quester; Deterrence before Hiroshima
- George W. Rathjens
- Jeffrey Record; "Should America Pay for Europe's Security?"
- Richard Rosecrance
- David A. Rosenberg; "The Origins of Overkill"
- Schelling; Arms and Influence; The Strategies of Conflict
- Warner R. Schilling
- James Schlesinger
- David N. Schwartz; "NATO's Nuclear Dilemmas"
- Richard Smoke; "The Evolution of American Defense Policy"
- Glen Snyder; "Deterrence and Defense"
- John D. Steinbruner; "Nuclear Decapitation"
- Strobe Talbott
- Kosta Tsipis; "Arsenal: Understanding..."
- Wohlstetter
Theory
- Kenneth J. Arrow; "Social Choice and Individual Values"
- Richard A. Berk; Collective Behavior
- Clausewitz
- Russell Hardin; Collective Action
- John Locke
- Mancur Olson, Jr.; The Logic of Collective Action
- Mancur Olson, Jr.; The Riase and Decline of Nations
- L.F. Richardson
- Social Movements
- Social violence
- N. Tarcov; The Machiavellian Moment
- Theory prelim.
United States Politics
- Adams, John
- Democratic Theory
- Edward C. Barfield; "Political Influence"
- A. Campbell, et. al.; The American Voter
- Robert A. Dohl; Who Governs? A Preface to Democratic Theory
- R.E. Lane; Political Ideology
- Tarcov, N.; Locke
- Sundquist, James L.; Dynamics of the Party System
- Tarcov, N. Pol. Thought of the Founders
Working Files (continued com-z)
- Communities
- Conditions of Altruism
- Conscientious Objection

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Working Files (continued com-z)
- Continental Walk
- Cook County Jail picture
- CSRE letterhead
- Cuba
- Mott St.
- Mozambique 1973 (October 5)
- MPJI
- Mott St.
- Mobilization literature
- Morison
- Motivation
- Marx and Engles notes
- MAS
- Mass media
- Chuck Matthei 1968 (June 26)
- McGovern
- Media
- Media lists
- Med. research equipment business
- Memo to friends
- Methodists
- M-14
- MG
- Miami 1972 (August)
- Mideast
- Middletown trial 1972 (June 22)
- Education

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Working Files
- Encampment for Citizenship 1949
- Erica's house
- Esperanto
- Expense Reports
- Factories for peace
- Family
- Far East data
- Farm brochure
- Fast for Peace
- Fibreglassing
- Fifth Ave. Parade 1966 (March 26)
- TS Film
- Fine
- Food notes
- Foreign list
- Fort Detrick
- Forest and Vietnam
- Friends in a Virulent Society
- Gandhi letter
- Gandhi talk
- Genetics
- Genocide
- German visit
- Grand jury hearing
- Greenleaf article
- Greenpeace
- Grindstone
- Grindstone Island
- Haitian refugees
- Hanoi
- Hanover Walk Policy
- Harrisburg Defense Committee
- Hermes
- Herrick's Cuba Voyage
- C.J. Hinke
- Hiroshima bombing
- History of the Use of Nonviolent Direct Action

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Working Files
- HIV test
- Horton
- Houses
- Hurwood[?]
- Hyde Park- Kenwood
- IEEE
- Immolation
- Important documents
- Income tax
- Indian
- I.Q.
- Iran
- ITT demonstration 1972 (May 10)
- Jewish peace testimony
- Jason group
-Jehovah's Wittnesses
- KAL?
- Katallagete
- Kennan
- Komanoff
- Nagasaki
- Korean Nonviolence
- Lafti
- Land Mines
- Lathe[?]
- Lawn mower
- LCHR Current Notes
- Lenin notes
- Leonardo demonstration
- Letterhead master
- Letters
- Letters to the Editors
- Libel
- Liberation theology
- Lightning
- Lincoln parking
- Literature list
- Nonviolent bibliography #1 (Literature list)

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Working Files
- Literature Lists and Notes
- Literature
- Logos
- LSC
- Brad Lyttle documents (miscellaneous)
- Brad Lyttle Red Squad files
- Militarism
- Military bases
- Military installations
- Mobilization for Survival
Traffic Ticket
- Maps
- Notes
- Photos
Working Files
- Apartheid
- Apco Apeda photos
- Animal welfare
- Stockholm conference
- Trident, Ct.
- Tolstoy Farm
- Third Party
- Threatening letters
- Park Teter
- Texas
- Style
- SU
- Bob Swann: biography and picture
- Tanya ad
- Tax resistance
- Nature food
- Naziism
- ND symbol

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Working Files
- New England Committee for Nonviolent Action
- New Mobilization contributors
- New York workshop in Nonviolence
- Noice ordinances
- Noncooperation statement
- Nonviolence
- Nonviolent Training Program Literature
- Nonviolence Studies Program, Syracuse University
- Nonviolence Conference, Committee for Nonviolent Action 1972 (December 8-10)
- Miscellaneous Notes and Business Papers
- NTE
- Nursing
- NY Workshop
- Office
- Office Equipment
- Okinawa
- Old Letterheads
- Operating Policies and Discipline of Nonviolence
- Pacem in Terris
- Pacifism
- Pacifist bibliographies
- Palestine
- Parade Committee
- Parliament of World Religions
- PCPJ and Internal Revenue Service
- Peace Activist photos
- Peace Research
- Pegboard hook
- Pendle Hill
- Pendle Hill 1968 (October 1)
- Pentagon
- Pentagon speak-out
- The Personnel Experience Record Form
- Philadelphia Committee for Nonviolent Action
- Philippines
- Pilgrims
- Plans and diagrams, tool lists
- Pledge
- Plymouth 1967
- Political conference

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Working Files
- Political power
- Post appeal 1974 (July)
- Poverty
- Power of Attorney
- Power of the People
- Printing notes
- Prisoners
- Proposal for a political peace movement
- Providence
- Proofreaders' Marks
- Psychology
- Puerto Rico
- Quakers
- Quotations
- Racism at O.
- Ken Rawson's business
- Reading Materials
- Reading notes
- Regamey
- Relative effectiveness of nonviolent action
- Repression
- Reservoir
- Rex Rotary 2000
- Barbara Reynolds
- Reynolds' voyage
- Rightism
- The right kind of people
- Roaches
- Chris Rock Show
- Rosevelt appeal
- Root
- Russian civil liberties
- Sahara Project
- Salisbury Cathedral
- Salstrom memos
- Sample leaflets
- Edgar Sckein
- Scientific dissent
- Scott's China Project
- Selective index resistance
- Seventh Fleet project
- Sex
- Sexuality

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Working Files
- Sexual morality
- Sheffield 1972 (July)
- Signatures
- Signatures
- Signs and Posters
- Sikorsky
- Solidarity
- Spain
- Spark
- Speech
- Speeches
- Sponsors [2 folders]
- Sponsors coupon
- Sponsors letters
- Stalin notes
- State Department Documents
Organizations
- CSRE
- Delhi Friends Center
- Divine Light Mission
- Farm Workers
- Fellowship of Reconciliation/ England
- Fellowship of Reconciliation/ France
- Fellowship of Reconciliation/ United States
- Foyer Amitie
- Acts for Peace
- Friends of the Filipino People
- Gandhigram
- Gandhiniketan
- GRAMDAN
- Harvard Research Center
- Humanitarian Organizations
- Illinois Coalition Against the Death Penalty
- Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies
- IRAMM/ Abbe Pierre
- ITTOEN
- IVSP/ International Voluntary Service for Peace
- Jehovah's Witnesses
- Khadigram
- Khadi Prathistan
- Kingsley Hall
- Kochi Council for the Maintenance of Peace

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Organizations
- Kodaikanal Ashram
- Koinonia
- Koraput
- Traffic trap
- Travel appeal 1972 (July 5)
- Trident resistance
- Trotskyism
- BL tax affairs
- Typewriters
- Unilateral disarmament papers
- Union of Concerned Scientists
- University of Chicago/ Chicago information packet
- University of Chicago contest
- Upland Institute
- Mark Twain
- Ukiah
- Vegans
- Vegetarian shoes
- Vieques
- Vietnam 1968 (Summer
- War
- Water
- WNIB
- Women
- Women volunteer to Vietnam
- Workshop Inventory, 1956
- World Fellowship Center
- World Government
- World Peace Brigade's Position on War and Military Policy
- World Trip
- Wounded Knee
- War Resisters League conference
- War Tax Resistance statement 1966 (March)
- Yoga

Box 75 [Acc. 2012-014]
Organizations
- Zionism
Power Notes
- Contents
- Introduction
- Definitioni of political power
- Power correspondence
- Power; miscellaneous notes
- A Christian's reaction to power
- Power book notes completed
- Control of power
- Force
- Morality (Morgenthau)
- Mystique
- Skills
- Violence, limitation of
- War
- Love
- Civil disobedience
- Credenda
- Development
- Economics
- Habit
- Liberalism
- Uniformity
- Sources of power: B. Direct, physical power
- Sources of power: C. Rewards and punishments
- Sources of power: D. Influence on opinion
- Sources of power: E. Other means to power: organization, bargaining, etc.
- The power of good men
- Evils of power
- Expansionist tendencies of power
- Corruption through power
- Motives and psychology of the politician
- Conclusions
- The spectrum of power
- Introduction to the study of Gandhi
- Nonviolence and relativity
Organizations
- Anathoth
- Casa Xallteva
- CCCO
- Christian Peacemaker Teams
- East Timor Action Network
- Fellowship of Reconciliation
- Michigan Faith and Resistance
- MIST
- Murder Victims' Families for Reconciliation
- A.J. Muste Memorial Institute
- Oxfam
- Peacemakers
- Progressive Foundation
- Toward Freedom
- U.S. Camp to Free M. Vanunu
- Voices in the Wilderness Book
- War Resisters League
- Anglican Pacifist Fellowship
- Barpali Friends Center
- [Unlabeled]
- Beyond War

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- Bruderhof
- citizen Action Program
- College Cevenol
Week for World Peace
- Week for World Peace
- Week for World Peace kits
- Chicago demonstration kit
War Resisters League Chicago
- Tile
- Nuclear resister
- Mideast state.
- War Resisters League national
- War Resisters League strategy
-
- War Resisters League letterhead
- War Resisters League mideast
- Statement (War Resisters League)
- War Resisters League
- Minutes and notes, Chicago War Resisters League
57th Street Meeting
- Financial Times
- Hot water
- Inspection report
- Job description
- M. McConnell lit
- Mission
- Model, financial aspects[?]
- Payroll- 57th Street Meeting
- Plans
- Proposal
- Prospectus in Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity
- Quaker House/American Friends Service Committee
- Residents' vision
- resignation letter
- San Francisco lease agreement (American Friends Service Committee)
- Sigma Phi Epsilon
- Society of Friends (Quakers)
- State of meeting 1999
- Statement of Purpose
- Stewardship proposal
- Tool shed
- Wider Quaker Fellowship
- Financial statements

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57th Street Meeting
- Albuquerque meeting
- Appeal letter 2000 (March)
- Robina R. Blond
- Boiler
- Book lover
- Business meeting 2003 (September 21)
- LAFTI
- LID
- Midwest Academy
- Mill of Peace
- Movement for a Pacifist Church of Christ
- Movement for Colonial Freedom
- A.J. Muste Memorial Institute
- National Center for Employee Ownership
- No Conscription Council
- NPAC
- Nuke Watch
- Omi Brotherhood
- Oomoto
- Pacifist Youth Action Group
- Peacemakers
- Peace Pledge Union
- Peacework
- Rocky Mountain Peace Center
- San Diego Coalition
- Science for the People
- SDS
- Service Civil International
- SESPA
- SESPA letter
- Shantiniketan
- Socialist Party USA
- Sri Ramakrisgna Mission
- Sevagram
- SPU
- Taize
- Third Camp
- Turn Toward Peace
- UNESCO
- WAP
- Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
- World Citizen
- World Service Authority
- War Resisters International papers and publications
- Appeal letter draft 2000 (March)
- Robina Bland estate
- Carpet cleaning
- Catch basin

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57th Street Meeting
- QH Chimneys
- Comparison
- Driveway
- Fire alarm
- Front door lock
- Furnace
- FWCC
- Gutter
- Hot water pump
- Internal Revenue Service
- Lease agreement (American Friends Service Committee)
- Mold
CandM Lyttle Memorial Fund
- Board
- Correspondence
- CandML Memorial Fund
- Finances
Miscellaneous Files
- Neil Katy
- Dorothy S. Smith
- Max Weber: Feudalism
- War Resisters League Calendar 1993
- Lucasville
- National War Tax...
- Polytypic
Peace Navy (Chicago)
- Boat demonstration 1998 (July)
- Navy pier ruling and permit 1997
- Peace navy 1996
- Peace navy

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Peace Navy (Chicago)
- Consumer Reports
- Buttons
- Fahrion
- Gateway Park Rally
- Navy pier
57th Street Meeting
- American Friends Service Committee Des Moines
- American Friends Service Committee letter and responses
- American Friends Service Committee, New York
- American Friends Service Committee, Seattle
- Basement plan
- Bench saw
- Bombs
- Chains
- Contractor's estimate (American Friends Service Committee)
- Contributions
- Correspondence
- Disks
- Draft Agreement (American Friends Service Committee)
- Dual affilliation
- Estimated costs (American Friends Service Committee)
- Family Tree
-Friends Committee on National Legislation Conference
- QH [Quaker House?] finances
Miscellaneous
- Miscellaneous pamphlets/reports
- ISBNA
- Cycle Goods

Acc. 2016-011

Box 1 – Biographical [Acc. 2016-011]
Biographical sketches, some by Brad
Biographical notes
Biographical articles
Autobiography contents
Autobiography draft with comments, 1997
United States Pacifist Party and biographical information
Media coverage on presidential bid, 1996
Passports
Passports (2)
Passport photos
International driving permit
(Brad’s) religious principles
Year summaries, 1960's-70's
Holiday Newsletter 2010 – (Brad’s personal bio of that year, sent to friends)
Holiday Newsletter 2009
Holiday Newsletter 2008
Holiday Newsletter 2007
Holiday Newsletter 2006
Holiday Newsletter 2005
Holiday Newsletter 2004
Holiday Newsletter 2003
Holiday Newsletter 2002
Holiday Newsletter 2001
Holiday Newsletter 2000
Holiday Newsletter 1999
Holiday Newsletter 1998
Holiday Newsletter 1997
Holiday Newsletter 1996
Holiday Newsletter 1995
Holiday Newsletter 1994
Holiday Newsletter 1993
Holiday Newsletter 1992
Holiday Newsletter 1991
Holiday Newsletter 1989
Holiday Newsletter 1988
Holiday Newsletter 1987
Holiday Newsletter 1985
Christmas Cards 1983
Christmas Cards 1980
Christmas Cards 1978
Christmas Cards 1977
Christmas Cards 1976
Caring for My Parents (book Brad tried to publish) info
Books (Brad’s favorites)
Drawings by Brad
Early letters

Box 2 – Biographical [Acc. 2016-011]
Draft case, 1953
Lafayette Service Company (LSC), Brad’s company
Musicians (Brad’s favorite)
IRS 2010
Grades
Transcripts (Hyde Park HS, Earlham College, U of Chicago, Roosevelt U, U of Ill. at Chicago)
U of Chicago PhD record
Renters records
Religion
Sexuality
Indictment, 1971 (May 3)
Patent ideas
Patent apps
Hemorrhoids
Website for USPP (www.uspacifistparty.org)
Organizations (for estate donations)
2011 journal
2010 journal
2009 journal
2008 journal
2007 journal
2006 journal
2004 journal
2003 journal
Charles Lyttle (Brad’s father) info
Biographical info on Marcia (Brad’s mother)
Brad’s diary notes on Marcia 1980-1991
Birth and marriage certificate of Marcia
Interview with Marcia, 1974 (by Brad)
Marcia’s “daylogue” listings
Marcia’s letters
“Priceless treasures” of Marcia
Poems by Marcia
Marcia’s memorial service, eulogy by Brad, 1991
Lewis G. Janes (Brad’s grandfather)
Lewis G. Janes letter
Helen Rawson Janes (relative)

Box 3 – Biographical – Sailing (personal and technical info) [Acc. 2016-011]
“My First Boat” by Brad
Messing About in Boats and biking
Messing About in Boats correspondence and articles by Brad
Kayak project
Wooden boats info
Wood info
Snipe - mahogany boat named “Omnia”  
Sailboats
Sail making
Sailrite kits
Sea Flea
Sears 3.5 outboard motor 1980's-90's
Sevylor kayak
Sailing, technical specifications
Peterborough canoe
PS II small sailboat
Power Skiff 12 – “Marcia” sailboat
Masthead float boat, 2000’s
“Bull’s Eye” sailboat building info
“Flying Junior” sailboat
Sailboat wagon
Inflatable boats

Box 4 – Biographical – Trips [Acc. 2016-011]
Trip lists 2000’s
Travel info 1990's
Lakota trip 2003
Kentucky trip 1997 (November)
Republican national convention 2008
Stevens Point trip 1999
Staten Island trip 2000
Sarajevo trip 1992, information on former Yugoslavia situation and peace movements
Cincinnati trip 1998
Eastern trips 1992-1994,
DC trip 1992 info
1992 Western trip
Galveston trip 1993
Healing Global Wounds 1992
Southwest trip 1992
San Diego trip 1997
Philly trip 1997
NYC trip 1996
CPT camp 1996
Philly trip 1995 (and Swarthmore)
East Lansing 1993
Lakota Sioux work camp 2001
St Louis WTR meeting 2001 (May)
Trip list 2001
Denver trip 1999 (June 13)
FCNL meeting in DC 2000
Lake Superior trip 1997
Tennessee trip 2007 (May)
DC trip 2005 (September 24)
Penn House conference 2001 (October)
CPT conference 2001 (September)
Marv Davidov 2012 (March 8)
Las Vegas trip 2010 (September)
Berkeley trip 2007 (July 26)  

Box 5 (1/2 box) – Biographical – Trips [Acc. 2016-011]
Democratic National Convention, 1996
Democratic National Convention, Denver 2008
AFSC (American Friends Service Committee) Joint Service Project southern trip (Katrina) 2006
Australia 1994
CNVA reunion 2010
Paderborn trip 2006
War Resistors League, Colorado Springs conference, 2003
Fellowship of Reconciliation conference, 1996 (July)
Guilford conference, 2003
Peace Conference, 1993
Maine hiking trip, 2004
Minnesota, 1997
MIT conference, 2005
Nuclear proliferation conference 2010

Box 6 – Writings by Brad [Acc. 2016-011]
Proofreading symbols (reference)
Literature lists for purchase, many by Brad (reference)
Midwest Pacifist Commentator available slides, films, and videos (reference)
“Bibliography about Peace, Nonviolence, and the Arms Race,” 1965 (reference)
“Nonviolent National Defense Bibliography,” 1966 (February 19), (reference)
“Basic Works in Political Science,” compiled by Brad, 1977 (July 1), (reference)
 “Conscientious Objectors’ Guide to Cook County Jail”
“Conscientious Objectors’ Guide to Cook County Jail” draft
“Is Unilateral disarmament a Realistic Program for Peace”
Essays on Nonviolent Action (44 pages)
“Battleship New Jersey Protest” article, 1968
“Gandhi’s Personality as a Source of his Influence”
NYC Transit Fare essay, 1974
Black Power essay
“Chicago Police Confiscate NE CNVA Car” article, 1968
“Chicago Report” 1968
“The Coalition Peace Movement…”
“Confronting the Warmakers” 1967 (November 11), after 1967 (October 21)Pentagon demonstration
 “Advantages and Outline of a Nonviolent Action Movement…” 1967 (May 22)
“Am I A Pacifist”
“An Experiment in the Science of Nonviolence in Albany, Georgia”
“Arrest and Confinement in the NYC Jail” (February 15), (after Times Square dem)
“Audio Power to the People”
“A Call for Administrators” 1971 (August 31)
“Life at Polaris Action Farm” 1965 (December 16)
“May Ninth” pamphlet with article by Brad, 1970
“Nonviolent Resistance in Vietnam: The Buddhists”
“Nonviolence and the Current Situation in Vietnam” 1966 (June 7)
“The Nonviolent Actionist”
“Nonviolence in Vietnam,” Liberation magazine 1965   
“On Nonviolent Obstruction,” Liberation magazine 1958
“Peace Action in Saigon” 1966
“People thinking about the … coalition peace movement” 1965 (October 27)
“Polaris Action Farm’s Water System” 1966 (March 24)
Tactical Error memo, 1965 (December 23)
“Police Protection…” 1966 (February 9)
“Prospectus” – training program in revolutionary nonviolence, 1965
Self-Immolation statement
“The Story of an Experiment with Truth”
“Three Tactics in the Fall Campaign”
The Times Square Sit-Down” 1966 (February 15)
“Toward a Better Strategy for the Peoples Coalition’s Fall Campaign”
Political Power: Quotations and Reflections master copy, 44 pages
“Policies for a Civil Disobedience Movement” 1967 (April 17)
Poor Peoples Campaign – reports, 1968         
“The Participation of Quakers in Civil Government,” 21 pages
“Recommendations Concerning the Improvement of Marshaling Programs in Demonstrations”
“Reply to George Lakey’s Oct. 22 Memo” 1965 (December 3)
“Report on June 11-18, 1966…” 1966 (June 21)
“The United States vs. the Spirit of Freedom” 1965 (March 24)

Box 7 – Writings by Brad [Acc. 2016-011]
“Vertol: A Report of the December 29 Demonstration,” 1966 (January 1)
“Violent and Nonviolent Revolutionaries…” 1968 (September 26)
Midwest Pacifist Commentator, 1989 (March 25) to 1993 (May 29)
Extra pages of Midwest Pacifist Commentator
“What I’ll be Doing on Election Day,” 1972 (June 29)
“If the War Ends, What about War Tax Resistance?” 1972 (June 21)
Doomsday Clock versions and notes
Northern Ireland report, 40 pages, 1972 (August 16)                             
Northern Ireland article, 1972 (December 21)
National Defense thru Nonviolent Resistance (ND-NVR), 69 page pamphlet, 1958 (August) version
ND-NVR critical letters, 1957-58
ND-NVR suggestions for revisions
ND-NVR outline for Revisions, 1963 (January 9)
ND-NVR corrections
ND-NVR correspondence regarding revision, 1963
ND-NVR “I: Introduction”, 1963 (January 9) version
ND-NVR text for Intro
ND-NVR “III: The Importance of Decentralization,” rewrite notes
ND-NVR “VII: Government Organizations for Nonviolent Resistance,” rewrite notes
ND-NVR “X: Nonviolent Resistance Defense in Action,” rewrite notes
ND-NVR “X: Theories of Peace and Disarmament,” rewrite notes
“Fasting” paper and notes
“ELF (Extremely Low Frequency), and Anathoth Community Farm,” 1993 (May 4)
Power paper notes

Box 8 – Writings by Brad [Acc. 2016-011]
“Deterrence and the Arms Race: ‘Prisoner’s Dilemma’ or ‘Chicken’” academic paper versions
“A Criticism of The Power of the People” by 1994
You Come with Naked Hands – San Fran to Moscow Walk book manuscript, 246 pages, notes
“The Fallacy of Deterrence” 1982
Reading notes
“Quaker Meeting for Worship and the ‘Tragedy of the Commons,’” 1991 (March 14)
Notes on Quakerism, list of organizations by Brad
“State of the 57th Street [Quaker] Meeting, 1999 Report,” 2000 (February 26)
Tennis – writings, explanations, and diagrams 1979
“Fundamentals of Tennis,” 1979 (October 1), copyrighted by Brad
“The Apocalypse Equation,” 1997 (May 14) version, 33 pages
“The Apocalypse Equation: Why Unilateral Nuclear and Conventional Disarmament is the Best Strategy for Preventing Nuclear Holocaust,” incomplete 1982 (February 26) version, 18 pages
“Statistical Argument Against Nuclear Deterrence”
“A Scientific Strategy for Ending the Arms Race”
Harassment and violence at New England CNVA and Polaris Action Farm, 1966 (January)
Writings and notes on 1940's foreign policy
“You Can’t Build a Party on a Mathematical Equation”
“Summary Report and Analysis of the Peace Project Sjeme Mira,” 1994 (February 20)
Economics writing, 2009 and 2010
“Nonviolent Obstruction at Cheyenne,” 1958
“Recent Demonstrations at Leonardo, N.J.” 1972 (July 18)
United States Pacifist Party Report, 1983 (November 26) to 1985 (December 30)
Erica Enzer memorial, 1998 (July 20)
Speech notes
Art Harvey’s comments on “Attacks on Polaris Action Farm,” 1997 (February 23) version
Sid Peck’s comments on various writings by Brad, 1997 (April 4) versions
Christmas Card 1971, poem by Brad
Christmas Card 1973, poem by Brad

Box 9 – Subjects along with Brad’s writings [Acc. 2016-011]
Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk for Peace; info, media, and releases; 1964
Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk for Peace writings
New England (NE) Committee for Nonviolent Action (CNVA)
Deposition, Chicago 2005
Abortion, 1983 statement by Brad
United States Pacifist Party (USPP) platform and info
USPP statements and info
USPP logos
Draft card burning, 1966 article by Brad
Durham, New Hampshire demonstration account and media, 1966
Griffin, Georgia demonstration account, 1963
Polaris Action and San Francisco to Moscow Walk
Georgia Lloyd, including 1999 memorial tribute
Robin Lloyd, including 1995 memorial tribute
Haymarket riot writings
The Pentagon
Pentagon Demonstration, 1998
Polaris Action publications and media, 1959-61

Box 10 (1/2 box) – Subjects along with Brad’s writings [Acc. 2016-011]
Kosovo, “Lessons to be Learned” by Brad, 1999 (July 8)
A.J. Muste
Portugal
San Francisco to Moscow Walk info
Seattle demonstrations, 2000
War Tax Resistance in Chicago, 1972 summary by Brad
War Tax Resistance history and future by Brad, 1999 and 2004
“Tax Talk”
CNVA info
CNVA documents
Chairman of CNVA, 1967
“Minutemen Attack on New England CNVA: A Report” by Mary Suzuki Lyttle, 1968 (September 28)

Box 11 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
Iraq info and correspondence
Iraq maps
Iraq notes
Iraq signs
Oil notes
Just war
Kedzie car accident
Katrina
Knoxville
Koinonia article
Lakota project
Land mines
Lincoln
Lobsters
Lucasville prison – correspondence
Lucretia Mott song
NE CNVA project
Mount Rainier
Muslims
AJ Muste Memorial Inst
National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund
Native Americans
NATO – dems
Robert S McNamara’s article
Mercedes-Benz correspondence
Mendocino County
Metro Seniors in Action
Michigan Faith and Resistance
Military expenditure
Missile defense
NY Times photo of demonstration (by Brad)
Mostar
Nuclear Energy Info Service
Nevada Desert Experience
9/11 conspiracy
Nobel laureates
Northern lights
Nonviolent Activist letters to editor
North Suburban Peace Initiative
Nuclear Free Great Lakes Campaign – participated
Nuclear power
Nuclear proliferation conf- participated
Obituaries
Oil spill – correspondence
National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee
Quakers in government article

Box 12 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
“The Future of Nonviolence” by Dave Dellinger      
Sound values
Political science info
“How Can I Keep From Singing” song
List of songs
Printed songs
Typed songs
Songs
Misc songs
Cesar Chavez
Photo notes
Campaign End the Air War
Diane Miller
Kathleen Nolan
Rob White
George Willoughby
George Wiss 1992
Notes
Accidental wars – Dumas article
Mark Warda buttons correspondence
Buttons image
US Pacifist Party Logo
Nashville panel
US Pacifist Party – correspondence
Bicycle hub generator
Christmas Cards 1979 - received
Deterrence
Draft demonstration article
Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) info
El Salvador
Emancipation Proclamation
Ralph Waldo Emerson – quotes and books of speeches
Daniel Ellsberg
Employee ownership
Esperanto
Events 1975-1983
Falun Gong – Chinese organ harvesting
Friends Committee on National Legislation
Fed building demonstration
Feminism
Firing line
Excise tax
Drones
Barclay Bowman – correspondence
Candy Boyd correspondence
Quinn Brisben articles and correspondence
USS Clark demonstration 1998

Box 13 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
Sailing Alone Around the World – Slocum
Nixon Impeachment Dem, 1973 (April 27)
Max Weber excerpt
Prof Jacqueline Bhabha
Staughton Lynd – correspondence
U-Chicago Political Science dept info
Photography (all removed)
Nuclear Plant Performance Update 2, Komanoff, 1977 (December)
Raymond Guess – Marxism notes
Accident 1980
A Comparison of Nuclear and Coal Costs”, Komanoff, 1978
Notes
Anti-satellite weapons
Anthoiyed? Launch
Accidents – Arkansas nuclear incident
Creative Computing – Apocalypse Equation
American Friends Service Committee info
Colrain War Tax Resistance 1992
Thomas Jefferson notes
Hamilton and Jefferson notes
Thucydides’ The Peloponnesian War notes
Reading notes
Display appeal
Displays
Cuba notes
Abortion – pamphlets
AFSC (American Friends Service Committee)
Chicago Air and Water show
Conspiracy theories – 9/11 and Aids
Economics of war
Mas letters

Box 14 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
Blood demonstration at the Pentagon 1970 (June 11)
Cheyenne project
Colrain
Civil Defense – pamphlet
Cuba
Deterrence
Employee ownership
FCNL
Five Foot Shelf of Pacifist Literature
Free universities
Freundschaftsheim
Handeruff issue
Highlander Research and Education Center
Israel
NE-CNVA – correspondence 2010
Nevada Desert Experience
Nuclear power
Omaha action
Plowshares
Revolutionary Communist Party
Strip mining
Solar power
Terrorism
Tikkun
Time
Tornadoes
Tsunamis
Auto tools
Bailly Alliance
Backpacking
Baha’i House of Worship
Balbo drive
Balkan Peace Team
Balloons
Adin Ballou Peace Awards
BAS – The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
Henry Bass
Beyond War
Bhagavad Gita – The Song Celestial
Bhopal
Bibee
Bibliographia
Birth control
Boeing
Books
Bosnia
Richard Boyajian
Brethren
Buddhism
Bughouse Square
Burma
Bush election
Camp Hope
CAPA – Chicago Area Peace Action
Capitalism
Cart
Catholicism
Catholic Worker: St Catherine
CAWRSG
CCCO- Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
Central America
Challenger disaster

Box 15 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
Chicago
Chicago Anti-Vietnam War Movement
Chicagoland Bicycle Federation
China
Christian Science
“The Choice” – Baptist pamphlet
Christianity
Citizens United
Civilian Based Defense Association
Civil War
Conscience and Military Tax Campaign
CNVA – Committee for Nonviolent Action
Coast Guard
Colrain info
Columbia Disaster
Conscientious objection
Conflict – much correspondence
Committees of Correspondence
Coop – Hyde Park Cooperative Society
CORE – reunion
CPT – Christian Peacemaker Teams
Cuba – Pastors for Peace
Cubs – (baseball)
Dancing
Clarence Darrow
Date Rape
Discipline of Nonviolence
Death Penalty
Debs Foundation
Defense by NVR (Nonviolent Resistance) – Civilian based defense article
Dave Dillenger
Barbera Deming
Francois d’Heurle
Ralph DiGia
Frederick Douglas
Dick Durbin (Senator)
Jean Drenge
Cherie Dupuis

Box 16 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
Harry Gundlach
Albert D. Escanilla
David H. Finke
FOR – Fellowship of Reconciliation
Jim Forest
Lawrence Freedman
Nils Petter Gleditsch
Roderich W. Graff
Emily Harvey
Ed Hedeman
Kenneth Boulding
Dan Berrigan
Albert Bigelow
Benigno S. Aquino Jr (Senator)
Ellen McGiffert Brokaw
Ernest Bromley
Gregg Cabert
Mady Bournham
The Chicago Maroon
Chicago Tribune
Noam Chomsky
G.S. Christiansen
Rosalind Clark
Robert Cooney
Mike Conover
Jim Ballengee
Mary Davis
Mary Dean
Earthquakes
East Timor
David Easton
Economics
EFC – Encampment for Citizenship
Eighth Day Center
Democratic Socialists
Department of Peace – campaign to establish
Wisconsin State Historical Society
Witness for Peace Delegation
World War 2
Wounded Knee
World for a Peaceful Future
WRI – War Resister’s International
WRL National - participated
Zen
Decade of Nonviolence
Appeal to Cheyenne 1958
Backup disks, master – SCPC
CHL notes
Clippings
Correspondence
The Forbidden Voyage
NECNVA Bulletins 1964-1968
News clippings
Alice Marble
Data in 286
Nevada Project CNVA
Michigan Ave. case
Michigan Ave. demonstration
Michigan Ave. 2005 (March 19)

Box 17 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
John Locke
James Madison
Preliminary test
Mormons
Mas memorial service for Helen Rawson Janes
Mas letters
Little Compton
Pegboard hook clip
Peacemaker
History outline
Lucretia Mott
Air War campaign
Shivers’ thesis on Nonviolent Direct Action 1969
Training on Non-Violence – 1962-1965
Abe Kakayama
Photos
Bosnia map
CNVA Bulletin 1960
James Tracy (Hotchkiss School) letter
Lou Waronker
George Wise
Ruthy Woodring
Jack Wright
Quentin Young
Bob and Deb Stucklen
Chicago Sun-Times correspondence
Mary Hawkes
Marjorie Swann
Steve Tatum
Sherry Thumber
Ben Spock died 1998
New York Times correspondence
Harvey O’Connor
Charles Paidock
Cyril Robinson
George H. Ryan
Gene Sharp
Malcolm Shealy
Socrates
Alexander Statsyuk
Bob Steele – memorial trip 2003
Edgar Shein – article
Julie Millott
Newsweek correspondence
New Yorker correspondence
Eulene Lyttle correspondence
Paul March
Brian Martin
Milton Mayer
Karl Meyer

Box 18 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
Ernest Trier Morch
Peter Kiger
Aung San Suu Kyi
Ed Lazar
Jim Lieberman
Benjamin Linford
Prof Boris A. Litvinovsky (USSR)
Chris Lugo
Alice and Staughton Lynd
Hyde Park Herald correspondence
David A. Hoekema
Grace Carpenter Hudson
William Huntington
John Kane
Kathy Kelly
Edward Kennedy (Senator)
Paul Kelly
Arthur Harvey
Linda McClure
Omaha Action
Osama Bin Laden
Our Grief Walk
Nukewatch
Pacifism
Plowshares
Global Nonviolence
Pagaro
Palestine
Parking
First Aid
First Unitarian Church
“Five Foot Shelf”
Flywheels
FOR conf 1998
FOR in DC
Frederick Douglas letter
Freedom Moves West
Friends Journal
Fusion power
Garden
Gaza strip
Geneva
Genocide
God
Golden Rule Project
Gorbachev
Greenleaf Books
Green Party
Guatemala
Gulf Peace Team
Haiti

Box 19 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
Hales Franciscan High School
Donald Harrington
Hate mail
Hebron
Homeless
Homosexuality
Humanism
Humor
Hurricane Mitch
Hyde Park HS reunion 1995
Illinois Bell
IMF / World Bank
Immigration
India
Indians
Iraq notes
Interfaith Pilgrimage for Peace and Life 1995
International House controversy (U of Chicago)
Israel/Palestine conflict
Israel pamphlet
James Bay, Quebec – hydro-electric project
William James
James genealogy
DC peace demonstration 2007 (January 27)
Dietlinde Jehle
William E. Johnston
Letters
Media
Media letters
Michael Talk
Notes
Statements (many on September 11)
Violence (psychological impact of viewing)
Desmond Tutu statement
Vietnam history
Wallace Tripp picture
Unitarian Universalists (UU)
Mordechai Vanunu
Voices in the Wilderness
Walk to Moscow 1984
War
U of Chicago info
Union of Concerned Scientists
Vegan society
Peaceful Tomorrows
Peace quotations
Peace song lists
Peoples Church 2008
A Peoples History – letter from Howard Zinn

Bin 20 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
Peoples Music Network
Permits
PETA
Peace Army
Pastors for Peace
Philippines
Plebism
Plowshares
Poland
Polaris Action newsletters
Polygamy
Poems
Power grid
Polaris Action Farm
Poverty
Prison letters by Brad 1959, Omaha Action
Promontory
WNIB Classical FM
Protestants for the Common Good
Quotes
Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk 1964
Rawson
Margaret B. Rawson
Reading notes
San Francisco to Moscow Walk clippings
Russians
Roneo mimeo
Rose Acre farms
Russia
Reconciliation
Reconstructions Judaism
Recycling
Redwoods
Resource center
Self publishing
We Walked to Moscow by Jerry Lehman, 1966, photocopy
Signs
Shining Path (unrest in Peru)
Silk screen printing
Sigma Mira
Facial skin cancer
Seattle demonstration
Sleepy Hollow
Slide and film shows
Slide storage
Smithsonian
School of the Americas demonstrations
Socialism
Socialist Party
Solar energy
Songs (of peace)

Box 21 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]           
SOTM
Southwest Airlines letter
Southwest Airlines accident
Squirrel infestation
Sri Lanka article
Spinoza article
Stem loan
Swarthmore College Peace Collection – correspondence with
Tea Party
Tennis net
Terrorism
Theology
Three Trillion Dollar War
Tibet
Tolstoy
Toronto 401
Tracheotomy Tube Connectors
Torture
Trotskyism
Tsunami
Edward B Rawson
Republican convention, Miami 1972
Vietnam War period
Lou Waronker’s comments on Boston-Pentagon Walk and Pentagon Project
WRL News and Peacemakers, 1963 (November) to 1964 (September)
Albany Project 1964
Correspondence
Hegel
Peter Winch
World Conference for Religion and Peace
World Disarmament Campaign
“American Quakers at a Glance” article
57th Street Quakers - business meeting 2002 (October)
57th Street Quakers - Discussion group
Evangelical Friend correspondence
Family tree of Quakerism
George Fox
“The Inner Light…Quaker Epistemology” article
57th Street Quakers - Newsletters
57th Street Quakers - Meeting house info
57th Street Quakers - Quaker questionnaires (made by Brad) completed
“Quaker Process” article
57th Street Quakers - “Unprogramed Meetings” – basic info on Quakerism

Box 22 – Subject information with/without correspondence [Acc. 2016-011]
Western Yearly Meeting of Friends Church – relations and correspondence
John Woolman
Report on relationship between Quakers and Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, 2000
Notes and correspondence about nuclear power
List of War Poems
Notes
War poetry – notes
“Sonnet XXIX,” etc.
“Achille’s Revenge”
“The Arsenal at Springfield”
“The Ballad of the Green Berets”
“The Battle for the Bay”
“The Battle of Blenheim”
“Beat! Beat! Drums!”
“A Bummer”
“The Charge of the Light Brigade”
“Concord Hymn”
“Counter-Attack”
“Dead Bodies”
“Jean Desprez”
“The Destruction of Sennacherib”
“Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night”
“Dunkirk”
“The Enemy”
“The Fifty Gunner”
“First O Songs for a Prelude”
“The March to the Sea”
“A March in the Ranks Hard-Prest, and the Road Ahead”
“Mourn Not the Dead”
“The 184th Demonstration”
“The Last of the Light Brigade”
“Old Ironsides”
“Over the Parapet”
“Pattern”
“Patterns”
“Paul Revere’s Ride”
“The Prison Island of Con Son”
“The Soldier”
“They Do Not Go Gentle”
“The War-Song of Dinas Vawr”
“Where Steel Winds Blow”
“Without Benefit of Declaration”
War Tax Resistance 2011
Harvard Magazine letter
Stephen Hawking
Quincy Wright
Finance – War Resistors League (WRL) Chicago
Lists – WRL Chicago
Address Stickers – WRL Chicago
Committee for Nonviolent Action (CNVA) Bulletins 1964
CNVA info
Brad’s resignation letter from CNVA, 1973
“What is CNVA” pamphlet
New England CNVA info


This file was last updated on May 18, 2016