Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Women Strike for Peace Records, 1961-1996

Collection: DG 115
Photographs





Contact Information

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Descriptive SumMary
Repository
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers/records.
Creator
Women Strike for Peace
Title
Women Strike for Peace Records
Inclusive Dates
1961-1996
Call Number
DG 115

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
2 linear feet [photographs only]
Abstract
Women Strike for Peace came into existence on November 1, 1961, as a protest against atmospheric nuclear tests by the U.S. and the Soviet Union. By the late 1980s the national WSP office in Philadelphia closed, but the WSP legislative office and various WSP branches around the U.S. remained active through the 1990s.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
Yes, the Peace Collection does not own the copyright to many of the photographs in this collection.
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Women Strike for Peace
Processing Information
Processed by SCPC staff. This finding aid was created by Chloe Lucchesi-Malone in July 2013.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Women Strike for Peace Records (DG 115), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright may have been transferred to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection or may have been retained by the creators/authors (or their descendants), in this collection, as stipulated by United States copyright law. Please contact the SCPC Curator for further information.

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


Related Collections
Women Strike for Peace Records (DG 115)
Dorothy Marder Collection (DG 233)
Cora Weiss Papers (DG 222)


Historical Background
Women Strike for Peace came into existence on November 1, 1961, as a protest against atmospheric nuclear tests by the U.S. and the Soviet Union. By the late 1980s the national WSP office in Philadelphia closed, but the WSP legislative office and various WSP branches around the U.S. remained active through the 1990s.

Collection Overview
This collection contains the photographs donated by the various staff and members of Women Strike for Peace.


Arrangement of Collection
The photographs in this collection are organized by size, category, and then by date. The various categories include: Women Strike for Peace demonstrations, etc.; Women Strike for Peace demonstrations, etc. Women Stike for Peace demonstrations,
1973-1986; billboards; undated; 1970-1972; 1960-1969; Dated images/Billboards, etc.; Demonstrations/protests; billboards; delegations; North Vietnam: Miscelleous Vietnam/Cambodia/Laos/ Injured and dead; South Vietnam


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Detailed Description of the Collection

Box Title
Box Size
Box Section

Photograph Description

No. Photos
Date
People
Women Strike for Peace demonstrations, etc.
1960-1969
8" x 10"
1960
Demonstration of leaflets addressed to candidate for President re. disarmament
1
1960
Ethel Taylor
1961
Peace Week
1
April 1961
 
Los Angeles Demonstration [and negatives]
5
1 November 1961
photographer: Mallory Pearce
1962
U.N. 25th Celebration, Philadelphia [Pennsylvania] City Hall
1
1962
Ethel Taylor
State House- Montpelier, Vermont
2
15 February 1962
 
Nevada Test Site Demonstration
3
1962
photographer: Harvey Richards
Nevada, site of bomb explosion
1
1962
 
Women Strike for Peace women holding peace signs in the rain
1
1962
 
7 AM at Clark Street Station, Meeting of 25 women on Peace Train to Washington, D.C.
2
15 January 1962
photographer: Robert Joyce
Montpelier, Vermont
1
16-17 February 1962
 
Women Strike for Peace departure for Geneva [Switzerland]
1
1 April 1962
Anne Eaton, Dagma Wilson
photographer: TIME, Inc.
1963
I.F. Stone addressing Women Strike for Peace
1
1963
I.F. Stone
Delegation to Vatican for Papal audience
2
April 1963
 
Dagma Wilson and Kaoru Yasui, Secretary General of the Japan Council Against A and H Bombs
1
1963
Dagma Wilson, Kaoru Yasui
Photograph uses in advertisment about House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC) investigations depicting Dr. Pauling, Anne Eaton, Russ Nixon, Dagma Wilson, Dr. Spock, Donna Allen
1
1963
Benjamin Spock, Anne Eaton, Russ Nixon, Dagma Wilson, Linus Pauling, Donna Allen
Women's Congress, Moscow
1
1963
Marchgaret Russell
Mme. Cotton- France, Mme. Popova- USSR Minister of Culture, Teveshkova
1
1963
Valentina Tereshkova
Valentina Tereshkova, First Woman cosmonaut
1
1963
Vantina Tereshkova
Women's Congress, Moscow, Khruschov, Tereshkova, Cosmonauts
1
1963
Valentina Tereshkova
Delegates to the World Congress of Women, Moscow
5
1963
 
Summer World Congress of Women, Women Strike for Peace Delegation and Soviet Women's Meeting
1
1963
Mary Clarke
Leningrad
1
1963
 
Top: Lorraine Gordon (Women Stike for Peace) gives flowers to Russian delegation at test ban talks
LTR: Gordon; Anatoly Dobrynin, Soviet ambassador; Nikolai T. Fedorenko, Soviet ambassador to U.N.; Semyon K. Tsarapkin
Bottom: Gordon gives florwes to Sir David Ormsby Gore, British ambassador
Center: Kay McKenna, Brooklyn, New York
1
25 January 1963
Lorraine Gordon, Anatoly Dobrynin,Nikolai T. Fedorenko, Semyon K. Tsarapkin, Sir David Ormsby Gore, Kay McKenna
photographer: United Press Internation Photo
Delegates of the World Congress of Women, tree planting, Moscow
1
1963
Marchgaret Russell
Dagma Wilson and Mary Clarke
1
1963
Dagma Wilson, Mary Clarke
"Dump Johnson"
1
1963
 
Mary Clarke with Professor Linus Pauling at a Women Strike for Peace Rally
1
1963
Mary Clarke, Linus Pauling
Secretary General U Thant receives a "Scroll of Gratitude and Dedication" from Women Strike for Peace on the anniversary of the Disarmament under United Nations Safeguards, Presenters include Ruth Gage-Colby and Dagma Wilson
1
1 November 1963
U Thant, Ruth Gage-Colby, Dagma Wilson, Beatrice Milwe, Valerie Delacorte, Francoise Dansereau, Pearl Bowser, Ruth Meyers, Helen Frumin, Blanche Posner
Women's Peace Pilgrimage to Rome Vatican
5
April 1963
 
1964
Philadelphia- reception, Senator Wayne Morse
1
1964
Wayne Morse, Dagma Wilson, Ethel Taylor
Marcha Coburn and Ethel Taylor at U.N. Birthday
1
24 October 1964
Marcha Coburn, Ethel Taylor
Peace Walk, Greece
1
1964
 
Greek Marchathon Marchch
1
1964
 
Group of young people who joined the women's strike, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
1
1964
 
House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) met with large picket line
1
1964
 
House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC) picket, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
3
1964
 
East Coast Regional Conference
3
8-9 November 1964
Dagma Wilson, Donna Allen, Ethel Taylor, Mary Clarke
Delegation seeing Ethel Taylor off to Hague
2
1964
Ethel Taylor, Miriam Husch, Ruth Knowl
NATO-MLF, Paris
7
15 December 1964
 
1965
Senator Morse
1
1965
Wayne Morse
Mary Clarke, Lorraine Gordon, Head of NLF in Moscow
1
1965
Mary Clarke, Lorraine Gordon
International Meeting of War Veterans and Antifascist Resistance Fighters, Moscow
7
May 1965
 
Lorraine Gordon and Mary Clarke at Soviet Women's Committee Office
1
May 1965
Lorraine Gordon, Mary Clarke
Demonstration Against War Shipments, pictures od soldiers guarding train, San Francisco Women Strike for Peace, Berkeley, California
2
August 1965
 
Vietnamese women at Jakarta
1
1965
 
Delegates from Djakata trip at London Airport
1
July 1965
Shirley Lens, Nancy Gitlin, Mary Clarke
Women Strike for Peace confrontation with U.S. military on Flag Day
1
17 May 1965
 
Philadelphia [Pennsylvania] Women Strike for Peace Honors Senator Morse
1
1965
Wayne Morse
1966
Luncheon honoring Dagma Wilson Fashion Show for Survival or "What to Wear at a Demo", Los Angeles
3
1966
Dagma Wilson
"Dump Johnson" banner, Los Angeles Fashion Show
1
1966
 
Philadelphia City Hall Vietnam War protest
2
22 December 1966
 
Senator Wayne Morse honored by Women Strike for Peace
1
31 Marchch 1966
Wayne Morse
Napalm Plant / San Francisco Women Strike for Peace, Redwood City, California
1
21 December 1966
photographer: Harvey Richards
1967
Demonstrations, Women Strike for Peace Marchch on the Pentagon
1
ca. January-June 1967
 
Pham Van Dong, Dagma Wilson, Mary Clarke, and Ruth Krause, Women Strike for Peace delegation to Vietnam
1
1967
Pham Van Dong, Dagma Wilson, Mary Clarke, Ruth Krause
Mass meeting about War in Vietnam, San Francisco
1
1967 (?)
photographer: Harvey Richards
Luncheon honoring Dagma Wilson (founder), "Fashions for Survival", Southern California Women Stikre for Peace, Santa Monica
2
11 November 1967 (?)
Dagma Wilson, Mary Clarke
1968
Women Strike for Peace Founder, Dagma Wilson, speaking at Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace Luncheon
1
1968
Dagma Wilson
"Dump Johnson"
2
1968
 
Women at podium
1
1968
 
"Fashion for Survival"
2
1968
 
1969
Demonstration, Mother's Day, Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, Southern Clifornia Women Strike for Peace
5
May 1968
Mary Clarke
Demonstration,Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles
4
November 1969
 
Women Strike for Peace Delegation and Vietnamese Delegation, Congresso de Mujeros Cubanas, Cuba
1
1969
Mary Clarke, Shirley Lens, Ruth Krause
Women Strike for Peace demonstrations, etc.
1970-1972
8" x 10"
1970
Meeting with William Kuenstler of the "Chicago 7" at Unitarian Church, San Fernando Valley
1
Spring 1970
William Kuenstler
Cameras aim at William Kuenstler of "Chicago 7", Los Angeles
1
Spring 1970
 
Willaim Kuenstler meeting (?)
1
Spring 1970
 
"Please let me flower", Women Strike for Peace Demonstration
2
1970
 
Telegram to President Nixon
2
May 1970
 
1971
Women Strike for Peace Protest at Saigon Mission
1
10 December 1971
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Demonstration, New York (?)
1
ca. 1971
 
Meeting at Senator Javit's Office, broad spectrum of peace organizations
3
21 June 1971
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Toronto, event and date unknown, Women's Conference on Indochina [contact sheet]
April 1971 (?)
 
Women for Peace [contact sheets]
13 April 1971
photographer: John C. Goodwin
Hanoi, "American peace forces organize the spring offensive demanding an end to the U.S. aggressive war in Indochina"
1
15 May 1971
 
10th Anniversary Conference, Evanston
12
8-11 October 1971
Irma Zigas, Cora Weiss, Ethel Taylor, Maya Friedler, Bernice Crane, Vivian Ravieri, Rosalind Levine, Mary Clarke, Willie Barrow, Bella Abzug, Judy Steinberg, Marchtha Baker (?), Madelane Duckles, Hazel Grossman, Aubrey Grosman
photographer: Dorothy Marder
25th C.D. Delegation (Daily Death Toll Project) visiting Congressman Peter Peyser
1
11 November 1971
Peter Peyser, Connie Hogarth
photographer: Dorothy Marder
At White House Gate
1
11 November 1971
Ruth Moor, Connie Hogarth, Lorei Elliott, Mary Anne Maloney
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Protest at South Vietnam Embassy to U.N. for release of Ngo Ba Thanh
2
10 December 1971
Amy Swerdlow, Betty Friedan, Gerhard Elston (?)
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Unidentified women
1
10 December 1971
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Picketing by Women Strike for Peace, Women's International League of Peace and Freedom, and others at the South Vietnam Observer's Mission to the U.N., New York, New York, picture of Ngo Ba Thanh on poster
2
10 December 1971
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Unidentified subject, Representive of Observers Mission to U.N., South Vietnam
1
10 December 1971
 
Farewell meeting / presentation for U Thant at U.N.
4
18 December 1971
Shirley Marchgolm, U Thant, Bella Abzug, Amy Swerdlow
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Five women and U Thant meeting
1
18 December 1971
U Thant
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Vietnam pictures
20
1971 (?)
 
1972
Demonstration at Capitol, Washington, D.C.
1
18 January 1972
photographer: United Press International
Demonstrators protest in favor of a resolution that would censure President Nixon, the Capitol, Washington, D.C.
1
18 January 1972
photographer: United Press International
Demonstration at U.S. Capitol, Washinton D.C., against poilcy in Vietnam
1
19 January 1972
 
"Die-in" and Wonder Bread protest in front of ITT (International Telephone and Telegraph), Park Avenue, New York, New York
4
12 April 1972
photographer: Dorothy Marder
A scene of the 2-km-long ruined workers' living quarters at Thuong Ly, Haiphong, subjected to U.S. B-52s' carpet bombing
1
16 April 1972
 
Demonstration, "Children Are Not For Burning"
1
22 April 1972
photographer: Dorothy Marder
New York Peace Demonstration
1
22 April 1972
 
Anti-Vietnam War Demonstrators
1
22 April 1972
photographer: Dorothy Marder
"Hongay provincial capital was completely bombed out on June 7, 9, and 10, 1972; In Halong quarter alone, 1,602 families became homeless"
1
7-10 June 1972
 
Cambodia pictures, "A transmission apparatus"
1
1972
 
Cambodia pictures, "enemy materials captured by the FAPLNK on the front of PEAM"
1
1972
 
Protesters
1
19 September 1972
Januaryice Brody, Januarye Marchie Brody
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Picketing of U.N. General Assembly, New York Cit (meeting at East 45th Street beforehand)
6
19 September 1972
Januaryice Brody, Januarye Marchie Brody, Januarye Spock
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Minnie Lee Gorsley
2
30 September 1972
Minnie Lee Gorsley
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Bella Abzug
1
1 November 1972
Bella Abzug
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Demonstration, Woman holding "Dump Nixon and Thieu" sign
1
1 November 1972
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Rally on 5th Avenue, New York, New York, unidentified women
5
1 November 1972
Bella Abzug, Januarye Spock
photographer: Dorothy Marder
New York Women Strike for Peace on 5th Avenue between 40 and 42 Streets rallying support for Geaorge McGovern and for demands to Nixon for a ceasefire
1
1 November 1972
Bella Abzug
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Bella Abzug campaigning
3
1 November 1972
Bella Abzug
photographer: Dorothy Marder
National Conference, Santa Barbara, California
2
8-11 December 1972
Gabrielle Herrera, Jo Ann Wacht, Stephanie Roth, Mary Clarke, Frieda Shiffman
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Mother carrying child, sign "No Funds for Death"
1
22 June 1972
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Women Strike for Peace Billboard, Los Angeles
1
1972 (?)
 
Women Stike for Peace demonstrations,
1973-1986;
billboards; undated
8" x 10"
1973
Demonstration holding Star of David, Washington, D.C.
1
4 January 1973
photographer: Theodore Hetzel
Pete McCloskey and Joan Baez
2
4 January 1973
Pete McCloskey, Joan Baez
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Joan Baez speaking
1
4 January 1973
Joan Baez
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Washington, D.C. Demonstration, "Tiger Cages"
2
5 April 1973
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Women Strike for Peace on Marchch to roll back prices
1
7 April 1973
Mary Clarke
photographer: Dorothy Marder
1975
Women Strike for Peace protest at White House (?)
1
1975
Bella Abzug
photographer: Dorothy Marder
International Women's Day, Philadelphia City Hall, Pennsylvania
1
9 Marchch 1975
photographer: Theodore Hetzel
1976
Billboard, New York Women Strike for Peace
2
2 July 1976
photographer: Dorothy Marder
1977
"Women Strike for Peace on the Move" banner
1
21 May 1977
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Women Strike for Peace Poster
1
6 August 1977
photographer: Miriam Goldsmith
Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace Bus Campaign poster
2
1977
 
      Women Strike for Peace in Carter's Oval Office, Esther in center, Midge Constanza on left, President Carter's liason secretary
1
26 July 1977
Amy Swerdlow, Ethel Taylor, Midge Constanza
photographer: Dorothy Marder
1981
SIging petition for nuclear arms freeze, New York (?)
3
1981
photographer: Dorothy Marder
El Salvador demonstrators
1
1981
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Helen Caldicott, Women Strike for Peace Woman of the Year Award
1
1981
Helen Caldicott
1982
International Women's Day, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
11
7 May 1982
 
Dagma Wilson, one of the founders of Women Strike for Peace
1
1982
Dagmar Wilson
photographer: George de Vincent
1986
Washington, D.C., demonstrators against star wars
2
1986 (?)
 
Billboards
Los Angeles, "One Nuclear Blast Could be the Last!"
2
n.d.
 
"The Nuclear Arms Race Can Make This the Last Generation"
1
n.d.
 
Chicago Women Strike for Peace, art rendering of billboard
1
n.d.
 
Billboard with quote of Richard Nixon
1
n.d.
 
Amnesty Activism Information Center billboard
1
n.d.
 
Seattle Women Strike for Peace billboard
1
n.d.
photographer: The Seattle Times
New York, New York Billboards
2
1976
 
Philadelphia [Pennsylvania] Billboards
4
1976
 
"What Do You Do in Case of Nuclear War?"
1
n.d.
 
Philadelphia [Pennsylvania] Billboard
1
n.d.
 
Billboard, Los Angeles P.A.D. Concerned Artisits
1
December. 1982
 
"Stop Reagan... Vote Mondale/Ferraro"
3
n.d.
 
Bus with "Stop Reaga" poster
1
n.d.
 
Peace Walk, Greece
1
1964
Ava Helen Pauling, Mary Clarke
"Fascist Terror in Chile"
1
n.d.
 
Undated
Mary Clarke, probably at WIDF meeting in East Germany
1
ca. 1965-1975
 
Two unidentified women
1
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace Demonstration
1
1960s (?)
 
Mrs. Mary Rinkema, of Western Springs, Illinois; picture appeared in Chicago Sun Times after April 15th demonstrations
1
n.d.
Mary Rinkema
photograph used in advertisement against bombing (Napalm Use) in Vietnam, depicts boy victim
1
n.d.
 
Miscellaneous [negatives]
n.d.
 
Evelyn Whitehorn and son
2
n.d.
 
Seattle Women Strike for Peace
1
n.d.
 
"Bella- Our Woman of the Year"
1
n.d.
Bella Abzug
Women holding banner with words "Peace in Vietnam"
1
n.d.
photographer: Theodore Hetzel
Washington, D.C.
2
n.d.
photographer: Olga Diamond
"Baltimore Women for Peace"
1
n.d.
photographer: Olga Diamond
Dr. Benjamin Spock
1
n.d.
Benjamin Spock
photographer: Stephen Elliot
Protest outside of building
1
n.d.
 
Petitions to the 17-Nation Disarmament Conference
1
n.d.
 
Women taking notes at meeting
1
n.d.
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Meeting
1
n.d.
Dagmar Wilson, U Thant (?)
Three women
1
n.d.
Mary Clarke
Mrs. Edwin W. Megerson
1
n.d.
 
Marie Peterson
1
n.d.
Marie Peterson
photographer: Barry Evans
Eva Rubinstein Coffin
1
n.d.
 
Mia Adjali, N.Z.
1
n.d.
 
Unidentified women
1
n.d.
 
Lake City Fair
1
n.d.
 
Dated images/Billboards, etc.
4" x 5" and
5" x 7"
1960
Brotherhood and Finer Sisterhood Week Celebration
3
1960s
 
Southern California Women Strike for Peace Luncheon honoring Dagmar Wilson "Fashions for Survival", Santa Monica
1
11 November 1967 (?)
 
Nevada Test Site Demonstration [negative]
1960s
 
Walk for Disarmament, Los Angeles, California [negatives]
9 July 1960
Linus Pauling
1961
Los Angeles Civic Center, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace gathering
1
November 1961
Mary Clarke
Demonstration of 4,500 women, Los Angeles
2
1 November 1961
Mary Clarke
Demonstration and balloon launching
1
n.d.
 
Demonstration, Los Angeles
1
1 November 1961
 
1962
Women Strike for Peace Brooklyn Heights / Cobble Hill, march on Washington, D.C., on a train
7
January 1962
 
Women Strike for Peace Brooklyn Heights / Cobble Hill, march on Washington, D.C.
7
January 1962
 
Women Strike for Peace march on Washington, D.C.
3
January 1962
 
Balloon Launching, Los Angeles
2
January 1962
Mary Clarke
Balloon Launching, Women Strike for Peace Men's Auxilliary, Los Angeles
1
January 1962
 
State House - Montpelier, Vermont [negative]
15 February 1962
 
Demonstration, Los Angeles, "Fallout Trailer"
2
November 1962
 
Demonstration, Los Angeles, Fallout leafleter
1
November 1962
 
AEC Demonstration, Los Angeles
2
1962
 
AEC Demonstration, Los Angeles, "Women Strike for Peace"
2
1962
 
AEC Demonstration, Los Angeles, "The hopes of Mankind rests on Agreement at Geneva"
1
1962
 
Linus Pauling and actress Julie Harris demonstrating
1
1962
Linus Pauling, Julie Harris
1963
Sacramento [California] Lobby Governor Edmund Brown
3
7 March 1963
Edmund Brown
Sacramento [California] Lobby
2
7 March 1963
 
Women Strike for Peace Brooklyn Heights / Cobble Heights, march on Washington, D.C.
7
May 1963
Dagmar Wilson
Women Strike for Peace Birthday Party, Ava Helen and Linus Pauling
2
31 October 1963
Ava Helen, Linus Pauling
Women Strike for Peace Birthday Party
7
31 October 1963
Linus Pauling
Women Strike for Peace women with placards [negative]
1963
 
1964
Protestor and child, bus from Los Angeles to Las Vegas Vigil
1
25 January 1964
 
Las Vegas Vigil, Nevada
4
25 January 1964
 
California Governor Edmund Brown, Sr., California Women Strike for Peace
1
1964
Edmund Brown
Sacramento Lobby, California Women Strike for Peace
5
1964
Mary Clarke
Demonstration vs MLF, Trailer taken throughout Los Angeles shopping districts, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
2
1964
 
Delegation seeing Ethel Taylor off to Hague
1
1964
Ethel Taylor
Vigil at Nevada Test Site, Participants arriving
5
1964
 
Vigil at Test Site
1
1964
 
MLF Demonstration, Los Angeles, California
2
April 1964
 
      HUAC picket, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace [negative]
1964
 
1965
Hiroshima Day Demonstration, Los Angeles City Hall, California
2
6 August 1965
 
Women Strike for Peace Delegation in Djakarta, Skuarnot and Wife
1
1965
Mary Clarke
Hanoi, Pham Van Dong and Lorraine Gordon, Mary Clarke
1
1965
Pham Van Dong, Lorraine Gordon, Mary Clarke
Family in Peking, Women Strike for Peace Delegates on way to Hanoi
1
1965
 
Djakarta [and negatives]
1
1965
Mary Clarke
Soviet Generals and Mary Clarke, Moscow
1
1965
Mary Clarke
ICY Fair, Women Strike for Peace Disarmament Booth, Washington, D.C.
2
October 1965
 
ICY Fair, Washington D.C., Girl holding the controversial Disarmament Coloring Book designed by Women Strike for Peace member Joanna Fogelsang, which was was removed from the booth after parents protested
1
October 1965
 
1967
Southern California Headquarters, 5899 West Pico, Los Angeles, California
4
1967
 
DOW Demonstration, St. Louis, Michigan
2
December 1967
 
Women Strike for Peace march on the Pentagon [negatives]
ca. January-June 1967
 
1968
Unidentified, Folder: "Local Women Strike for Peace, January-June 1968"
3
ca. January-June 1968
 
Paries conference, various delegates
1
April 1968
 
Paris Conference, Japanese Delegates and interpreters
1
April 1968
 
Paris Conference, Delegates from West Germany and Canada
1
April 1968
 
Paris Conference, Eva Rubenstein Coffin and Jean McLean, Australia
1
April 1968
Eva Rubensteain Coffin, Jean McLean
Paris Conference, Given Gillon and Viveca Lindfore
1
April 1968
Given Gillon, Viveca Lindfore
1969
ERA demonstrators, New York (?)
3
1968 (?)
 
1970
Women Strike for Peace Demonstration, "Please Let Me Flower" [negative]
1970
 
1971
Ethel Taylor and Ambassador Thuy He (?) of Paris Delegation of North Vietnam
1
June 1971
Ethel Taylor, Thuy He (?)
Ethel Taylor and Madame Binh, Head of Paris Delegation of NLF
1
June 1971
Ethel Taylor
1972
Ron Kovic, Mary Clarke, protesting in front of Nixon headquarters
1
1972
Ron Kovic, Mary Clarke
"Die-In" and Wonder Bread protest in front of ITT, Park Avenue, New York, New York[negatives]
12 April 1972
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Bella Abzug, New York, New York Rally [negatives]
1 November 1972
Bella Abzug
New York, New YorkDemonstration [negatives]
1 November 1972
 
1973
Women Strike for Peace Los Angeles Billboard, "Fascist Terror in Chile No U.S. Aid"
1
November 1973
 
1977
Women Strike for Peace Billboard, "One Nuclear Blast Could be the Last!"
1
1977
 
1981
Women Strike for Peace 20th Anniversary Luncheon
10
14 November 1981
Bella Abzug, Mary Clarke
1982
Civil Defense Walk, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
9
March 1982
Mary Clarke
International Women's Day, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
3
1982
 
      Mary Clarke, Jean Kovner, Patty Litwin
1
8 October 1982
Mary Clarke, Jean Kovner, Patty Litwin
1983
Main Line [Pennsylvania] Women Strike for Peace at Bourse Building
1
24 May 1983
 
1986
Great Peace March, Washington
1
November 1986
 
Women Strike for Peace National Conference at Lincoln Memorial to greet the Great Peace Marchers who has walked across the country from March-November, 1986
3
15 November 1986
 
1987
Women Strike for Peace National Conference, Philadelphia
1
1987
Ethel Taylor, Mary Clarke
1988
At Philadelphia Bourse, petition signing at Dukakis-Bentsen rally
4
October 1988
 
First Board Meeting- delegates at Peace Wall, Berkeley, California
1
November 1988
Mary Clarke
Washington, D.C. Demonstration, Pentagon Week
1
1988
 
"Stop the War", from Detroit Women for Peace [negative]
1988
 
Anna M. Bennet
1
1988
Anna M. Bennet
Unidentified Woman
1
1988
 
Women in meeting
1
1988
 
Women in classroom
1
1988
 
Undated
Dr. Linus Pauling publicity photo (?)
1
n.d.
Linus Pauling
Seattle Women Strike for Peace
1
n.d.
Anci Koppel
Campaign against Star Wats
1
n.d.
 
Two unidentified women taping up banner
1
n.d.
 
Unidentified women at table
1
n.d.
 
Unidentified women
2
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace, Main Line Branch, Springfield Mall, Springfield, Pennsylvania
10
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1
n.d.
 
"Balitmore Women for Peace" [negative]
n.d.
 
Unidentified women
4
n.d.
 
Woman wearing hat with sign, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
1
1975-1979 (?)
 
Ehtel Taylor at Women Strike for Peace demonstration
2
n.d.
Ethel Taylor
Horse-drawn wagon with anti-nuclear banner
1
n.d.
 
Miscellaneous women
5
n.d.
Bella Abzug, Anci Koppel
Unidentified people and Mary Clarke
11
n.d.
Mary Clarke
Unidentified people performing music
2
n.d.
 
Bella Abzug campaigning [negative]
n.d.
Bella Abzug
Seattle Women Strike for Peace, "Stop Nuclear Weapons Testing" [negative]
n.d.
 
      Dagmar Wilson and Kaoru Yasui [negative]
n.d.
Dagmar Wilson, Kaoru Yasui
Billboards
Women Strike for Peace Billboard, "What Do You Do In Case of Nuclear War?"
2
1982
 
Anti-Arms Race Billboard and crowd
1
n.d.
 
Los Angeles P.A.D., Concerned Artists
1
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace Billboard with Richard Nixon quote
1
n.d.
 
Billboard, Amnesty Action Information Center
2
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace Billboard "One Nuclaer Blast Could be the Last"
9
September 1977
 
Billboard, "What Do You Do In Case of Nuclear War?"
7
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace Press Conference and Demonstration, Washington, D.C.
16
14 May 1975
Bella Abzug, Ethel Taylor
1962
Unidentified girl and woman [negatives]
1960s (?)
 
Unidentified adults and children [negatives]
1960s (?)
 
Unidentified cat, man, and woman [negatives]
1960s (?)
 
Women leaving Secretariat (courtyard entrance) of U.N. Palace, Geneva
1
ca. 1962
 
Unidentified demonstration, Washington, D.C.
1
1962
photographer: Ray Pinkson
Fellowship of Reconciliation at the United States Mission to the U.N.
1
1962
 
Dagmar Wilson speaking to the U.N. Committee on Disarmament (?), Geneva, U.N. Palace, Committee Room number X
1
ca. 1962
Dagmar Wilson
Alice Herz and Helga Herz
1
27 May 1962
Alice Herz, Helga Herz
Women Strike for Peace group in Red Square, Moscow, St. Basil's Cathedral in background
1
July 1962
Ethel Taylor (?)
Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace National Action, Balloon launching, women from 33 countries
6
January 1962
Mary Clarke
1963
Women Strike for Peace women with placards
2
1963
 
Women Strike for Peace women
4
1963
Mary Clarke
Women Strike for Peace March on Washington [negatives]
May 1963
 
Pauling Nobel Peace Prize Celebration with family and friends [and negatives]
15
10 October 1963
Linus Pauling, Ava Helen Pauling, Mary Clarke
Trailer towed thru Los Angeles, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
1
1963
 
1964
Greek Marathon March
1
March 1964
Isabelle Blume, Ava Helen Pauling, Mary Clarke, Miki Theodarakis
Democrat Convention, Atlantic City
1
August 1964
 
At the Colisseum at the end of Greek Peace Week
1
1964
Isabelle Blume, Ava Helen Pauling, Mary Clarke
1965
Jakarta, Indonesia
1
1965
Mary Clarke
Hiroshima Day Memorial, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
3
6 August 1965
 
Soviet General and Lorraine Gordon, Moscow
1
1965
Lorraine Gordon
1966
Manuel Samhey Arcas, Mary Clarke, Isabel Alvarez, Enrique Lister
1
1966
Manuel Samhey Arcas, Mary Clarke, Isabel Alvarez, Enrique Lister
1968
Paris Women Strike for Peace Conference
1
April 1968
Eva Rubenstein Coffin, Viveca Lindfors, Bui Thi Carn
Paris Conference, Women Strike for Peace-NLF-DRV
1
April 1968
Mary Clarke
Fundraising campaign og New Japan Women's Association
1
1966-68
 
Delegation at St. Onen (?), France
1
1968
Viveca Lindfors
1971
Women Strike for Peace member, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
1
2 May 1971
Williuam Caple (?)
1975
Women Strike for Peace Demonstration
1
1975
 
1976
Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace banner
1
1976
 
1982
International Womone's Day, Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
2
1982
 
1986
Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace's 25th Anniversary, Honorees: Bella Abzug, Pauline and Richard Saxon of PSP, Chair : Mary Clarke
1
12 October 1986
Bella Abzug, Pauline Saxon, Richard Saxon, Mary Clarke
Women Strike for Peace National Conference at Lincoln Memorial to grret The Great Peace Marchers who had walked across the country, March-November, 1986
1
15 November 1986
 
Women Strike for Peace National Conference
1
1986
 
Undated
Leningrad Seige
2
1941 (?)
 
Anti-Nuclear Banner
1
1986 (?)
 
Miscellaneous people
n.d.
Benjamin Spock
Ethel Taylor, John Shattuck, Morton Halperin
1
n.d.
Ethel Taylor, John Shattuck, Morton Halperin
Members of New England present signatures protesting air war to Representative Robert Drisan (?)
1
n.d.
Robert Drisan (?)
Women Strike for Peace Van, Philadelphia [Pennsylvania]
1
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace demonstration
1
n.d.
 
Mary Clarke
1
n.d.
Mary Clarke
Woman Speaking in front of U.N.
1
n.d.
Dagmar Wilson (?)
photographer: Syeus Mottel
Given Gillon
1
n.d.
Given Gillon
Three women in Senator Javitz's office
1
n.d.
 
Billboards
Women Strike for Peace Billboard, "Philadelphia Tercentennial"
1
n.d.
 
Billboard by Southern California Women Strike for Peace
1
March 1973
 

Women Strike for Peace Billboard, "Nicaragua- Another Vietnam?"

1
1986
 
Billboard, "Childcare not Warfare", Jobs with Peace
4
n.d.
 
"Stop the Nuclear Arms Race" Bus Card, Los Angeles, California
1
n.d.
 
Billboard, San Francisco, California
1
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace Billboard, "Kiss the Children..."
3
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace Billborad, "Dear Mom and Dad..."
2
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace Billboard, "If the war doesn't end the world will"
1
n.d.
 
Posters
Peace posters
14
n.d.
 
Demonstrations/protests; billboards; delegations

4" x 5" and
5" x 7"

Women holding banners
1
n.d.
 
Mother carrying child, "No Funds for Death" [negative]
1972
photographer: Dorothy Marder
Float of charred Christmas Tree, Chicago, Women for Peace
1
19 December 1964
 
Demonstration against gas in Vietnam, Greenwich Village, New York, New York
1
April 1965
 
Anti-Vietnam War Demonstration
1
ca. 1967
 
Women Strike for Peace anti-Vietnam demonstration
1
1966
 
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson, and Ruth Krause in Hanoi
1
1967
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause
Greeting at school for Women Strike for Peace delegates
1
1967
 
School and students outside Hanoi
1
1967
Ruth Krause
Dagmar Wilson and Vietnamese woman during bombing
1
1967
Dagmar Wilson
Sacred Heart Church in Phat Diem, Vietnam
1
1967
Mary Clarke, Ruth Krause
Mary Clarke, et al at War Museum, Hanoi
1
1967
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson (?)
Women Strike for Peace and Vietnamese meeting near 18th Parallel Village
1
1967
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause
Ruth krause, Dagmar Wilson, and Pham Van Dong, Visit to the NFL Permanent Mission [and negative]
1
1967
Ruth krause, Dagmar Wilson, Phan Van Dong
      Women Strike for Peace visit to the NFL Permanent Mission and Nguyen van Tien
1
1967
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause, Phan Van Dong, Nguyen van Tien
Mary Clarke, Ruth Krause and Vietnamese woman
1
1967
Ruth Krause, Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson
Mary Clarke and Dagmar Wilson, arrival at Gia Lam Airport
1
1967
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause with children in Minh Khai Village (Hanoi)
1
1967
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause
Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause, and Vietnamese Militia woman
2
1967
Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause
Hanoi, Ruth Krause, Mr. and Mrs. David Schoeubrun
1
September 1967
Ruth Krause, David Schoeubrun
After Hanoi trip, Tokyo, Mary Clarke, Lorraine Gordon, Mrs. Yasui, Professor Yasui, Dagmar Wilson
1
September 1967
Mary Clarke, Lorraine Gordon, Dagmar Wilson, Kaoru Yasui
Phanthi An and Dagmar Wilson, Hanoi
1
September 1967
Phanthi An, Dagmar Wilson
Paris Conference, Women Strike for Peace Delegation and Colonel Ha van Lau
1
September 1967
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause
Women Strike for Peace delegates meet with captured seaman United States, Hanoi
1
1967
Mary Clarke, Dagmar Wilson, Ruth Krause
Philadelphia Women Strike for Peace Demonstration
1
August 1968
 
Vietnam Protest / Los Angeles Women Strike for Peace
1
December 1969
 
Women Strike for Peace delegation to Hanoi, North Vietnam
4
December 1969
Ethel Taylor
Ethel Taylor (center), Women Strike for Peace delegation in Hanoi, North Vietnam
1
December 1969
Ethel Taylor
My Lai survivor child with Ethel Taylor, Women Strike for Peace delegation in Hanoi, North Vietnam
1
December 1969
Ethel Taylor
Demonstration, "Women for Peace Lobby for Peace"
1
n.d.
 
Mass demonstration in paris protesting the United States aggressive war in South Vietnam
1
n.d.
 
A meeting in solidarity with the South Vietnamese people, Algiers
1
n.d.
 
Students' demonstration in Mali against the United States aggressive war in South Vietnam
1
n.d.
 
A meeting of solidarity with Vietnam in Japan
1
n.d.
 
Down with United States imperialism! Stop the United States aggressive war in South Vietnam!, Korea
1
n.d.
 
Mass meeting in solida with the South Vietnamese people, Havana, Cuba
1
n.d.
 
Demonstration of the people in Costa Rica in front of the United States embassy protesting the United States agressive war in South Vietnam
1
n.d.
 
First International Day of Protest Against the War in Vietnam, San Francisco Women Strike for Peace
1
20 March 1965
Gloria Eive, Edith Eive, Esther Feldman, Eugene Spake
Women Strike for Peace Billboard, "American casualties in Vietnam to date"
1
1968
 
Ethel Taylor with camera, Women Strike for Peace delegation in hanoi, North Vietnam
1
December 1969
Ethel Taylor
Ethel Taylor in Hanoi, greeted by North Vietnamese women
1
December 1969
Ethel Taylor
Ethel Taylor in Hanoi, North Vietnam
1
December 1969
Ethel Taylor
March organized by Concerned Officers Movement
3
May 1971
 
Cesar Chavez
2
May 1971
Cesar Chavez
Father Regas (Episcopalean), Naval Officer (Lieutenant), Catholic nun, Rabbi Beerman
1
May 1971
 
Ron Kovic, paraplegic Vietnam Veteran
1
May 1971
Ron Kovic
Jane Fonda at gathering organized by concerned Officers Movement
1
May 1971
Januarye Fonda
Don Sutherland
1
May 1971
Don Sutherland
Demonstration, Ron Kovicaud, Active duty servicemen in uniform, Easter, Los Angeles
1
1971
Ron Kovicaud
Servicemen carrying coffin, Los Angeles, Easter
1
1971
 
Senator Richard Schweiber and Ethel Taylor on capitol steps, Vietnam War demonstration, Washington, D.C.
1
1974
Richard Schweiber, Ethel Taylor
Collection at Sony Company for Mothers action against War in Vietnam
1
n.d.
 
Confiscated photos of Vietnam Returned
1
n.d.
 
Bomb victim from Nagasaki
1
n.d.
 
Outdoor gathering with adults, food, children, and balloons; Tall buildings in a city; potted plants [negatives]
n.d.
 
Older men and women, a dock, a boat, younger people (family?) [negatives]
n.d.
 
Women Strike for Peace Billboard, "American casualities in Vietnam to date"
3
n.d.
 
Weekly Saturday Vigils, State Street, Chicago, Illinois [and negatives]
4
n.d.
Shirley Lens
Demonstration in New York
1
n.d.
 
At the United States Mission tot he U.N.
1
n.d.
 
North Vietnam: Miscelleous Vietnam/Cambodia/Laos/ Injured and dead

4" x 5" and
5" x 7"

"Plan Six"
1
n.d.
 
Crashed Plan
1

n.d.

 
Injured man
1
n.d.
 
Vietnamese children
1
1967
 
Portrait of Vietnamese woman
1
25 May 1965
 
Victims of CBUs
1
1967
Ruth Krause, Dagmar Wilson
North Vietnamese teacher wounded by United States bombing
1
n.d.
Tran Thi Tho
Girls' Militia North of Hanoi
1
1967
 
Vietnamese woman, Hanoi
1
1967
 
Bombed Hotel in Hanoi
1
September 1967
 
Unites States Soldier binding arms of blindfolded Vietnamese prisoner
1
n.d.
 
Being herded into the so-called "strategic hamlets"
1
n.d.
 
The fighters of FAPLNK in battle
1
n.d.
 
The cement plant of Chakrei-Ting liberated by the FAPLNK
1
n.d.
 
The militia and self-defense units have played worthily their role as the core of production
1
n.d.
 
A female combat unit of the FAPLNK on its way to the front
1
n.d.
 
Wreckage of a Unites States-puppet tank (Khnar, Srâlâp quarter, Thbaung Khmum district, Kompong Cham province, 3/2/1971)
1
2 March 1971
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "rice harvest"
2
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "husking of the rice"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "extension of the hydraulic system"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "family husbandry"
2
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "construction of new roads"
2
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "salt marsh at Oudomsay"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "cotton picking"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "bananas in South Laos"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "a corner of the "12 October" textile mill"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "a corner of the mechanical workshop in Sam Neua"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "emulation for the making of clothes"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "pastry shop in the Viengsay district"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "transportation brigade"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "a group of the KPL service receives news by teletype"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "training course for nurses"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "medical care for children"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "a primary class"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "a chidlren's class"
1
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "activities of a female company of the Lao Patriotic Armed Forces"
3
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "some numbers of the central artisitic ensemble"
2
n.d.
 
Laotion Women in the Liberated Zone: "Laotionwomen participate in the local election of the Lao Patriotic Front"
1
n.d.
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Countless Lao villages have been destroyed. And how many of us are homeless?"
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Hospitals, pagodas, schools have been the main targets of the U.S.A.F."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Thousands and thousands of wives lost their husbands and children their fathers. And now, how is getting on in the South of Laos?"
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "At a meeting on March 8: condemning the United States aggressors; Expressing solidairty with sisters throughout the world and thanks to their support."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "An anti-Unites States demonstration sponsored by Lao women Union in Khang Khay Xieng Koang province."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Mrs. Khampheng Boupha, making report on women's activities at the Political Coalition Conference between the Lao patriotic Front and the Lao Patriotic Neutralist Forces
1
1971 (?)
Khampheng Boupha
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Medical training school in caves in Samneua province."
2
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Prince Souphanouvong, Chairman of the Lao Patriotic Front, among the children (June 1st children's day in Samneua.)."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "They live in a cave. The moment they can get the sun are rare [sic]. These pretty babies have not yet a decent Kindergarden [sic] because of the United States Airraids. No doubt!"
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "In the liberated area: young women take arms and join militia to safeguard their home and to defend the country. (A guerilla unit on guard.)"
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Hard training for future successes"
2
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Such an anti-Unites States aircraft can be found everywhere. With their husbands and brothers, they have brought down United States jets whenever they come."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "In the rear and the front line as well, the Lao women play an important role in their logistic work."
2
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Mr. Kaysone Phoumvihan, Vice Chairman of the Lao Patriotic Front, visiting a woman unit of the Lao Peope's Liberation Army in Xieng Khoang, Plain of Jars. This unit has recorded outstanding acheivements in Cu Kiet campaign launched by United States and puppets troops (fron June 1969 to Februaryruary 1970)."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Medals and diplomas of merit granted by the High Command of the Lao Liberation army to the valiant fighters."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "After a victorious fighting."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "We rebuild ourselves our homes and schools destroyed by the enemy."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "When men are gone to the frontline, the role of women in production is more important than ever."
3
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "The United States aggressors wanted us to be starved and fallen down... but the output of our production has been increased with every passing day. We have enough foods for ourselves and for our Liberation fighters."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "The 'October 12' wearing plant runned [sic] by women of various ethnic minorities."
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "And a sewing workshop"
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "In other fields of social, cultural, political activities, at every level of the Lao Patriotic Front, there are Lao women. -Circus artists"
1
1971 (?)
 
The Laotian Women in the Struggle Against United States Aggression and for National Liberation: "Dancers and singers"
1
1971 (?)
 
Vietnam: Victims of War (injured / dead people)
"After a motor attack by the Liberation Army in Pleiku", Woman holding her severely injured young child
1
n.d.
 
"After the explosion in the hotel 'Brink' in Saigon 12/1964", Bloodied American (?) men
2
December 1964
 
Infant Napalm Victim, baby with much of torso burned by napalm
2
May 1968
 
Vietnamese boy on crutches, missing part of leg
1
1967
 
North Vietnamese girl injured by bombing
1
n.d.
Nguyên Thi Bich Nga
Two adults carrying small horribly injured or dead children, North Vietnam
1
8 June 1972
 
"Nguyen Van Hot, 8, of Phu Tho province, victim of American napalm (October. 1965)", boy year old boy with missing right arm and face horribly injured by napalm
1
October 1965
Nguyen Van Hot
"Mrs. Tran Thi Minh, a victim of American napalm in Thanh-hoa in December 1966 (photo shows joint held in pins)", Hand horribly injured by napalm
1
n.d.
Tran Thi Minh
"Nguyen Thi Loan, 11, of Ha Tay province, victim of an American steel pellet bomb (September 1967).", Boy injured on back by pellet bomb
1
September 1967
Nguyen Thi Loan
"The American embassy in Saigon, the supreme leading organ of the 'special war,' was attacked by bomb on March 30, 1965 by the South Vietnamese Liberation Armed Forces. American casualties: 218 killed or wounded, among them 2 generals.", Injured men on stretchers
1
30 March 1965
 
"American napalm in South Vietnam", Boy seriously injured by napalm
1
n.d.
 
"A number of the many victims in one of the United States genocidal air-raids of the provincial town of Thanh Thanh Hoa.", Dead children out on stretchers
1
n.d.
 
"Le-van-Cau, a peasant of Bentre province, victim of American napalm bombs.", Dead body amidst debris
1
n.d.
Le van Cau
"During the Binh Gia battle (December, 1964 and Januaryuary, 1965), over 2000 mercenary troops were killed or wounded. Enemy cadavers were strewn on the ground.", Dead bodies of American soldiers in field
1
ca. December 1964 -
January 1965
 
"In South Vietnam, the United States 'advisors' enjoy killing the peasants and patriots."
2
n.d.
 
North Vietnamese bodies killed in bombing raid
1
n.d.
 
Bodies of mother and child, North Vietnam
1
April 1972
 
After a battle, bodies, medics
1
n.d.
 
South Vietnam
4" x 5" and
5" x 7"
"Even when the fighting is at its height, these white-gowned women-combattants keep attending to war victims. Photo: This 3-month-old baby was wounded in the skull. He has been saved after three successive operations."
1
ca. 1972-1974
 
"Filling bomb-craters for production's sake."
1
ca. 1972-1974
 
"Wreckage of one of the 34 B-52's downed over Hanoi and North Vietnam."
1
ca. 1972-1974
 
"In North Vietnam countryside, man-power is being relieved by the gradual introduction of machinery."
1
ca. 1972-1974
 
"Artistic performance right at the battle field."
1
ca. 1972-1974
 
"These women self-defenders of T. and K. streets, Hanoi, fought heroically and, together with their units, shot down an F-111 on the night if December. 22, 1972."
1
December 1972
 
"Bumper crops in North Vietnam in spite of intensified United States air-raids."
2
ca. 1972-1974
 
"In war-time, department stores are turned into 'roving stalls' to meet the purchasing requirements of the population."
1
ca. 1972-1974
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Peace in LB Johnson's way"
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "May 1, 1967. Saigon. Women's demonstration against United States aggressors and Thieu-Ky puppets. They oppose wanton bombings and reprisals, demand freedom, democracy and improvement of living standard."
1
1 May 1967
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "They brave the puppet rulers to wrest back their press-ganged relatives."
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "They sharpen stakes to fortify their villages against the enemy's mopping-up raids."
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Cu-Chi district. A family of guerilleros."
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Liberated areas: more than 90% of children attend classes."
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Artistic pastime in a school of the liberated areas."
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "The women assumes all the work in the place of men gone to the front. Here she is busy harvesting a good crop."
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Liberated areas: women preparing medicines in laboratories."
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "'Shock Youth' girls carrying wounded to the rear."
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Women engaged in liaison mission on Vam Co Dong river."
1
n.d.
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Madame Nguyen Thi Dinh, Deputy-Commander of the Popular Liberation Armed Forces, addressing women attending the Second Congress of Heroes and Elite Fighters."
1
n.d.
Nguyen Thi Dinh
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Tô Thi Huynh, heroine (died on the battlefields)."
1
n.d.
Tô Thi Huynh
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Fourteen year-old Hô Van Mên, rewarded with the 'Valiant Fighter' title, distinguished himself with a record of 79 enemies killed."
1
n.d.
Hô Van Mên
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Januaryuary 15, 1967. Dakto airbase. South Vietnam Popular Liberation Armed Forces' heavy artillery provoked a big fire."
1
15 January 1967
 
Some Photos on South Vietnam Women's and Children's Activities: "Januaryuary 3, 1968. Danang airbase. The SVN PLAF caused serious damage."
1
3 January 1968
 
"The ranks of women intellectuals are swelling. Hoang Bao Diem, a professor at the Polytechnic College."
1
n.d.
Hoang Bao Diem
"Women-peasants assiduously study to raise their cultural and professional standard as well as their capacity of leadership. A class in the forest of Ha Giang village, Ha Trung district, Thanh hos province."
1
n.d.
 
"Children keep on studying in their decentralized places."
1
n.d.
 
"Anti-air defense training drill. Despite the ferocity of combat, there is everywhere an expansion of maternal classes and nurseries where children are given meticulous care. During alerts, the teachers direct them rapidly toward the shelters."
1
n.d.
 
"Women in the medical leanch [?] study science and technique to serve life and fighting."
1
n.d.
 
"To carry out physical training, to develop production, and stand ready to fight and defend the fatherland."
1
n.d.
 
"The song drowns the bomb's explosion."
1
n.d.
 
"A token of the solidarity between the army and the people. Militiawomen of the Dong hai village, Hai-phong suburbs, mending clothes for the army."
1
n.d.
 
"Supplying ammunition to the armymen to defeat the Aermican aggressors."
1
n.d.
 
"Militiawomen of Hau-lôc village, Thanh-hoa province, picking up the debris of the enemy plane they have just downed."
1
n.d.
 
"Self-defense women at the Haiphong shipyards are good at both production and fighting, thus contributing to defend the post and anable it to funciton in any circumstance."
1
n.d.
 
"Village militia deputy-commander Hoang Thi My exchanging experiences with her mates on how to attack the enemy mines."
1
n.d.
Hoang Thi My
'15,000 [sic] ton plane carrier 'Carol' heavily damaged at the Saigon port 2-5-1963"
1
5 Februaryruary 1963
 
"Salt-producing is mounting as the co-operative women of Giao-lâm, Giao thuy district, Nam-ha province, work hard in the sunny days to make [up] for the rainy days and the time lost due to enemy raids."
1
n.d.
 
"To rapidly increase the pig colony and obtain 5 tons of paddy per hectare, the Dai dong co-operative in An-khê village, Phu Duc district, Thai-binh province, has developed pig-rearing down to its production teams."
1
n.d.
 
"Team 3/2 at the October Stateform, Tuyêen-quang province, picks up from 162 kg to 230 kg of tea per day per person. 90 percent of the women are recognized champions in this field."
1
n.d.
 
"A deft hand at painting."
1
n.d.
 
"C.9, the first heroic woman unit in communication and transport. Throughout 7 years of restoring railways and roads, C.9 has constantly fulfilled its plan ensuring a continual traffic."
1
n.d.
 
"Everywhere in the factories, at the construction sites, in the state farms the women-workers emulate their plan for the first quarter of 1968."
1
n.d.
 
"To carry paddy on boats is one of the ameliorated means of transport to relieve women's labor."
1
n.d.
 
"As the enemy attacks in the day time, the women work at night. Those in the Ky Dac co-operative, Chi-linh district, Hai-duong province, have finished transplanting before dawn."
1
n.d.
 
"Though production in the burnt out clearings meets with many difficulties, the minority people in Nam-dong co-operation, Pi-pao village, Muong Lai district (Lai Chau) have as planned and to maure activelyl to raise the yield of maize."
1
n.d.
 
"Those who cannot reach the evacuation platform wave havts to protect against air raids."
1
n.d.
 
Children performing
1
n.d.
 
"In the liberates areas, many superior primary schools have been installed and staffed by inidividuals of the A.L."
1
n.d.
 
"W. Burchett and Madeleine Riffaud visit a laboratory devoted to the health service of the National Front for Liberation upon their visit to the liberated region of South Vietnam in late 1964."
1
ca. June-December 1964
Wilfred Burchett, Madeleine Riffaud
"Arms workshops have been built in the liberated area of the South Vietnam National Front for Liberation to meet the requirements of the front."
1
n.d.
 
"The equipment of the South Vietnamese patriotic armed forces continue to improve with arms taken from the enemy."
1
n.d.
 
"Throughout the liberated areas, production work is organized rapidly and brings greater and greater success."
1
n.d.
 
"Artisitc event organized in honor of new victories won by the armed forces of Liberation."
1
n.d.
 
"In South Vietnam, the puppet government carries out violence and repression against workers and peasants as well as intellectuals and students. In the photo: A young female student was arrested and mistreated by the police during a demonstration against the United States war of aggression."
1
n.d.
 
"'Hawk' rockets illegally introduced into Danang (South Vietnam) by the American aggressors."
1
n.d.
 
"At the Bienhoa airport: B-57 strategic bombers and skyraider fighters with their bomb loads are always ready for bloody raids against the South Vietnamese population."
1
n.d.
 
"The policy to build 'strategic hamlets,' essential measure of the 'undeclared war,' was also brought to failure. Over 8,000 'strategic hamlets' were destroyed or turned into fighting villages."
1
n.d.
 
"Even up to their death, these young Americans know not for whom they are fighting and why they are sacrificing their lives."
2
n.d.
 
"On the night of October 31, 1965, the South Vietnam Liberation Army attacked the military airport of Bienhoa: -36 planes were destroyed or damaged, among them 21 B-57 strategic bombers, 15 Skyraider fighters and HU-1A and HU-1B helicopters, -Over 200 Americans were wounded including a commander."
1
31 October 1965
 
"With a map of Vietnam, McNamara reported to the main chieftans of the Pentagon on the American military defeats in Pleiku, Tuyhoa and Nhatrang and sought to justify stupidly the aggressive acts of the United States government, namely the bombing of North Vietnam and the dispatch of new troops and war material to South Vietnam."
1
n.d.
Robert (?) McNamara
"American marines wounded during the Viet An battle (Quang-Nam March 31, 1965)."
1
31 March 1965
 
"Booby traps of sharpened bamboo spikes in ditches are used on a large scale to bar the way of the enemy."
1
n.d.
 
"South Vietnamese women play a very important role in the political struggle against the enemy. Therefore, foreign correspondents give them the glorious name 'Army with bundles of hair'."
1
n.d.
 
"South Vietnamese guerillas at their captured tank", "New American tactics based on the utilization of helicopters and amphibious tanks have wrought havoc."
2
n.d.
 
"A huge workers' demonstration in Saigon"
2
21 September 1964
 
"Rudimentary weapon against United States aggressor (spikes trap)."
1
n.d.
 
"The so-called 'strategic hamlet' in South Vietnam, a kind of concentration camp."
1
n.d.
 
"United States troops ahead in the mopping up operation in South Vietnam."
1
n.d.
 
"A destroyed 'strategic hamlet'"
1
n.d.
 
"Military training"
1
n.d.
 
"Mr. Le van Chank, representative of the National Front for Liberation of South Vietnam, with Madame Suryadarma, President of the Indonesian Committee for Afro-Asian Solidarity"
1
n.d.
Le van Chank
"A meeting of the Chinese people on the occasion of the 4th anniversary of the founding of the National Front for Liberation of South Vietnam."
1
n.d.
 
"A prisoner put under toture: his head trsmpled in a vat of water."
2
n.d.
 
"One of thousands of primary schools in the liberated areas."
1
n.d.
 
"Afetr the expolsion of a hotel in Qui Nhon"
1
n.d.
 
"Lawyer Nguyen Huu-Tho, President of the Presideium of the Central Committee of the National Front for Liberation of South Vietnam"
2
n.d.
 
"One of two thousand United States planes shot down or damaged till the end of 1964 in South Vietnam"
1
n.d.
 
"The United States atrocity in South Vietnam"
2
n.d.
 
"A medical assistance locality in the liberated areas"
1
n.d.
 
"The 2nd (?) Congress of the National Front for Liberation of South Vietnam"
1
n.d.
 
"Spikes trap- rudimentary weapon against the aggressors (minority population in the mountainous regions"
1
n.d.
 
"Artistic ensemble in the liberated areas"
1
n.d.
 
"The Australian journalist W. Burchett is talking with the United States prisoners in the liberated areas"
1
n.d.
Wilfred Burchett
"The harvest in the liberated areas"
1
n.d.
 
"Undaunted spirit of the young demonstrators"
1
n.d.
 
"United States 'Hawk' rockets"
1
n.d.
 
"The last press conference of Nguyen van Troi before being executed by the Saigon puppet regime", "This electrician Nguyen van Troi was sentenced to death by the Saigon fascist tribunal for having attempted to kill McNamara during his investigation tour in South Vietnam (April. 1964). Before his last minutes he took off his eye band and shouted: 'Down with United States imperialism! Down with Nguyen Khanh! Long live Vietnam! Long live Ho Chi Minh!'"
2
n.d.
Nguyen van Troi
"Demonstrations and meetings occur continuously to demand the immediate cessation of the United States war of aggression. On the banners: "Imperialist Americans out of South Vietnam!' 'Independence, democracy, peace and neutrality in South Vietnam!'"
2
n.d.
 
"An armed unit for Liberation of South Vietnam"
1
n.d.
 
"The press in the liberated areas"
1
n.d.
 
Picture fron The Times
2
8 February 1965
 
Cargo to South Vietnam
1
n.d.
 



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