Swarthmore College Peace Collection


George Willoughby and Lillian Willoughby Papers, 1929-2010

Collection: DG 236



Contact Information

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


Descriptive Summary
Repository
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers/records.
Creator
Willoughby family
Title
George Willoughby and Lillian Willoughby Papers
Inclusive Dates
1931-2010
Call Number
DG 236

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
30.25 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
George Willoughby (December 9, 1914 - January 5, 2010) and Lillian Willoughby (c. 1916 - January 15, 2009) were Quaker activists who took part in nonviolent protests against war, conducted nonviolence trainings in India and other countries, and advocated for preservation of land in New Jersey and elsewhere.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
None
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Timothy Miller and Sally Willowbee, 2010 [acc. 10A-025, 10A-027, 10A-028, 10A-053]; Alan Willoughby [acc. 12A-002, 2013-022]
Processing Information
Processed by Anne M. Yoder (Archivist), with the help of interns, August 2010, and for later accessions
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the George Willoughby and Lillian Willoughby Papers (DG 236), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law

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


Related Collections
A Quaker Action Group Records (DG 074)
Albert Bigelow Papers
(DG 076)
American Friends Service Committee Records, Section 2 (DG 002)
Movement For A New Society Records (DG 154)

[search for "Willoughby" using advanced search in Google (with domain as www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace) to find other related collections]

Historical Background
George Wilson Willoughby was born in Cheyenne (Wyoming) on December 9, 1914. His early years were spent in Panama, where his father helped build the Panama Canal. There George met teacher Elinor Robson, the daughter of Francis (Petey) and Ermina Douglass. He went to live with them in 1931; Elinor legally adopted him at age 21. George earned a B.A. in 1937. He became a conscientious objector and resigned his ROTC commission in 1939. He met Lillian Ruth Pemberton in the 1930s. She was born in West Branch (Iowa) on January 29, 1915 into a Quaker family. She graduated from Westtown Friends School near Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), and earned a degree in dietetics from the University of Iowa in 1938. After an internship at Anker Hospital (St. Paul, Minnesota), she began work as the dietician for Scattergood in June 1939, which had become a hostel for Central European refugees fleeing Nazism. Lillian and George were wed on July 19, 1940. Both worked at Scattergood after their marriage, until the summer of 1941. George returned to the University of Iowa to complete his PhD at the University of Iowa, which he finished in 1942. Lillian worked at Broadlawns Hospital as a dietician until November 1942. In her spare time she got involved with the Fellowship of Reconciliation in a project in Des Moines (Iowa) that highlighted a flood plain near the city's African-American section used as community gardens. George headed up the history department at New Mexico State Teachers' College in 1942. He then served with the War Relocation Authority during WWII, in charge of Japanese-Americans in Montana and Colorado, from June to December of 1943. When he was drafted, he was granted conscientious objector status, and opted to enter alternative service. He arrived at Trenton Civilian Public Service (CPS) Camp (North Dakota) in January 1944, where he worked as a land surveyor and then as the camp dietician. He transferred to Alexian Brothers hospital in Chicago (Illinois) in September 1944, at the same time that Lillian also found work there as a dietician.

At the age of 29, George applied to the West Branch Monthly Meeting (Iowa) to become a Friend; it was approved in February 1944. His convictions about peace and nonviolence, and Lillian's, continued to play a large part in directing their choices in future years. George went with an UNRRA cattle ship to Poland in 1946, part of an effort to provide needed livestock to war-torn Europe. When he returned, he was recruited to work at the American Friends Service Committee's Peace Institute in Des Moines. Lillian had moved back there and settled in at the Douglass homestead, where she and George would live for eight years. From 1946-1954, George was the regional office executive secretary for the AFSC; he transferred to their Philadelphia office in February 1954 as head of its C.O. Services Project. He left that post in February 1956 to head the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO). Both George and Lillian were arrested in the 1950s for civil disobedience. George was involved with the Committee for Non-Violent Action (CNVA), formed in 1957 to resist the U.S. Government's program of nuclear weapons testing, one of the first organizations to employ direct nonviolent action to protest against the nuclear arms race.

In 1958, George was a member of the four-man crew of The Golden Rule, a 30-foot ketch which sailed from San Pedro (California) to Eniwetok in the Marshall Islands, to protest the testing of nuclear bombs. Along with William R. Huntington, James Peck, Orion Sherwood, and skipper Albert Bigelow, George was arrested five nautical miles from Honolulu and sentenced to 60 days in jail. Their act of nonviolent protest against the testing of nuclear arms and the nuclear arms race attracted worldwide media coverage. Upon his return, George again took up his post with the CCCO, only to resign a few years later to join the year-long Delhi-Peking Friendship Walk, which began in March 1963. Lillian stayed home with their four children (Sharon, Sally [Sara], Anita and Alan), and worked as a dietician at a local hospital(?).

Lillian was a tax resister, and she and George attempted to live frugally in order to keep below taxable income rates. From 1971 to 1987 the Willoughbys lived communally with others in West Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), in an effort to share resources, learn and teach nonviolence skills, and work together for the good of their neighborhood. This was part of the Movement for a New Society, which established various such houses for similar purposes. This interest in nonviolence training took George and Lillian to India, Sri Lanka, Thailand and other countries many times over the last few decades of their lives (at times George went alone for long periods). Both kept journals and wrote many letters about their experiences, so that this period is well documented. In 1981, George helped to establish Peace Brigades International. He was also a co-founder of the Muste Institute's International Nonviolence Training Fund. George was given the Jamnalal Bajaj International Award for Promoting Gandhism in 2002; there was a recommendation for Lillian to receive it in 2008. At the time of his death George was planning another visit to India for the dedication of a fund in Lillian's name.

When the U.S. declared war on Iraq after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Lillian became fearlessly outspoken for peace. In 2003, she and other demonstrators had their heads shaved outside the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia; their intention was to send the shorn hair to senators from Pennsylvania and New Jersey to express their opposition to the war. In 2004, Lillian and other activists spent seven days in the federal detention center in Philadelphia for blocking the entrance to the Federal Building in a protest against the Iraq war. They chose jail over $250 fines. In a statement read in court, she summed up her philosophy: "I am approaching my 90th year… I had high hopes of leaving this earth confident that the people on it knew more about nonviolence and conflict resolution.… Even after 9/11 we had a window of opportunity to do just that. By working with the United Nations and the World Court we could have helped build a stronger world community, a community of fairness and justice for all, where compassion, understanding, forgiveness, imagination, sharing and courage are valued and practiced." In 2006, Lillian and other members of the Granny Peace Brigade were charged with defiant trespass for refusing to leave a Center City (Philadelphia) military recruiting station after trying to enlist to serve in Iraq. A judge dismissed the charges.

George and Lillian became deeply involved in land trust issues, particularly after purchasing a home in Deptford, New Jersey. They helped to establish(?) and lived on the Old Pine Farm Land Trust, part of the New Jersey Green Acres program.

Lillian Willoughby died on January 15, 2009. George Willoughby died on January 5th, 2010.

See also:
http://www.quakerranter.org/2010/01/remembering_george_willoughby/

http://www.mellenpress.com/mellenpress.cfm?bookid=7094andpc=9
http://shantinik.blogspot.com/2010/01/george-willoughby-1914-2010.html


Collection Overview
George and Lillian Willoughby, with help from their children, sorted through a houseful (and beyond) of papers that document their lifelong passion for peace and justice at home and abroad, as well as other involvements. Much of it was put into cartons unfoldered and in no order, except for a large portion collected by George regarding nonviolence. Most of this latter material was discarded because it duplicates what may be found in other SCPC collections.

This collection has been processed, according to professional standards, by several interns and the archivist. However, having 4-5 people working on it may have resulted in some tasks not being completed, such as all metal paper clips being removed, etc. If a researcher comes across such, please alert a staff member.

Because this is a collection of papers for a married couple, who did much together but also some things on their own, their name/s are prefixed before each folder title according to which was involved. The exception to this is when there is an underlined subseries title. Series A starts with them together, then has George's material, followed by Lillian's. George's name comes first in the collection title and in arrangement strictly because of alphabetical sequence.

Letters written between George and Lillian appear first in Series B. (However, the letters they wrote to each other while overseas are in Series D, along with their other trip material.) Letters written to family members, including their children, may be found next in Series B. This is followed by general correspondence, which includes letters written to George and Lillian by non-family members, or by George and Lillian to non-family members. These are arranged by name or by date. Correspondence to friends and colleagues in other countries is in Series D, arranged first by the country in which they lived. It should be noted that most of the correspondence in these series was sorted by interns, who may not have caught all of these possibilities (i.e., there may still be foreign letters in Series B, for instance).

It was sometimes difficult to decide where to file the different sorts of material that pertain to a specific event. Probably most prominent in this regard is from George Willoughby's stint with The Golden Rule. His journal, letters, and other material are in three series. When researching a topic, it would be best to do a Find command (F1) to search the whole document for places the topic might be found.

Audiocassettes and audiotapes (reel-to-reel tapes) were removed to the Audiovisual Collection. Photographs (all sizes, including oversize) and slides (including CPS camp/s and India as subjects) were removed to the Photograph Collection [see list of photographs and slides available]. A scrapbook of newsclippings re: The Golden Rule voyage was removed to the Oversize Scrapbook Collection (#137). Several graphics (drawing of Lillian as a young woman, etc.) were removed to Subject File 1: Art in War and Peace -- from DG Collections.

Arrangement of Collection
The Willoughby papers were sorted into five categories:
1/ biographical information (Series A);
2/ correspondence (Series B);
3/ work and involvements, in the United States (Series C);
4/ foreign travel, involvements and contacts (Series D);
5/ reference material (Series E).
These are repeated in the 2010 accessions and in the later accessions as listed below.


 

Detailed Description of the Collection

2010 ACCESSIONS

SERIES A: BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Box 1
George and Lillian: biographical information
George and Lillian: family tree/history
George and Lillian: transcript of interview by Deborah Altus, May 17, 1996
George and Lillian: transcript of interview (11/15/96) by Marian Mollin (edited by L and G); correspondence; notes
George and Lillian: interviews with Greg Barnes (biographer) and review of chapters and book, 2004
George and Lillian: media coverage
George and Lillian: marriage, July 6, 1940
George and Lillian: life in Des Moines (Iowa)
George and Lillian: guestbooks, 1940s-1970s
George and Lillian: guestbooks, 1978 (January) - 1984 (November)
George and Lillian: 50th anniversary celebration, September 30, 1990
George and Lillian: guestbook from 50th anniversary celebration

Box 2
George and Lillian: honorary degrees given by Haverford College, 1995 [includes George's journal]
George and Lillian: proclamation honoring dedication to peace from Deptford Township (New Jersey), 2007
George and Lillian: form letters sent
George and Lillian: Clearness Committee
George and Lillian: notes on clearness, consensus, etc.
George and Lillian: couple/life enrichment
George and Lillian: trips in the United States
George and Lillian: CPS reunions
George and Lillian: wills (legal)
George and Lillian: medical
George and Lillian: miscellaneous notes
George and Lillian: biographical information for interview
George: biographical information
George: transcript of talk "This I Must Do: The Story of a Troublemaker," May 4, 1982 (includes question and answer)
George: media coverage
George: birth certificate
George: certificates/diplomas
George: education transcripts

Box 3
George: passports, 1958-2001
George: journal from time on The Golden Rule
George: journal, 1992 (July 26 - August 11)
George: daily calendar, 2000
George: journal, 2003 (June-July)
George: journal entry, December 23, 2008
George: journal entries, June 22-23, ____
George: guestbook messages while in hospital, 1980 (June)
George: clearness meetings
George: couples enrichment/family counseling: George's notes, 1990-1993
George: couples enrichment, ca. 1990-1994
George: letter to himself, May 30, 1997
George: goodbye booklet received, ca. 1968
George: notes of admiration/appreciation received
George: letters written on issues
George: writings
George: mss. "Deeper Song" by ??
George: miscellaneous notes
George: obituary
George: extended family
George: extended family -- Elinor Robson [adopted mother]

Box 4
Lillian: biographical information
Lillian: thesis "Spirals of Peace: Learning from the Lives of Women Peace Builders in the United States" by Kathryn Anne Kennedy, 2008
Lillian: media coverage
Lillian: birth certificate
Lillian: childhood notebook with song lyrics (handwritten)
Lillian: education: grade cards and transcript; commencement
Lillian: yearbook (with senior picture) from Westtown School (Pennsylvania), 1932
Lillian: Westtown School reunion, 2002
Lillian: certificates/diplomas
Lillian: notes re: dietician work (?) in Panama, 1981 (February)
Lillian: Clearness Committee/s
Lillian: notes of appreciation received
Lillian: passport, 1975-2008
Lillian: writings
Lillian: letters written on issues
Lillian: journal/notes, 1962-1963, 1968-1971
Lillian: "Insensitive Journal," ca. 1969-1970; notes
Lillian: journal/notes, 1972

Box 5

Lillian: journal/notes kept while in Europe, 1972 (June 9- ?)
Lillian: engagement calendars, 1976, 1977
Lillian: notebook, 1976-1977
Lillian: journal/notes, 1977
Lillian: journal of trip to Panama, 1979 (January 18 - ?)
Lillian: notebook, ca. 1978
Lillian: schedule notes, ca. 1981, 1984
Lillian: engagement books, 1981-1985
Lillian: journal/notes, 1985 (December 25-28)
Lillian: journal, 1986 (January 14 - April 2)

Box 6
Lillian: journal, 1990 (June) and notes
Lillian: appointment calendar, 1991-1992
Lillian: notebook, ca. 1991
Lillian: journal, 1992? (September-November)
Lillian: journal, 1995
Lillian: appointment calendars, 1996, 1997, 1999
Lillian: journal, 1996 (August 2, September 22) and notes
Lillian: notebook, 1997 (August-September)
Lillian: calendar, 1998
Lillian: trip to Iowa for AFSC'S 50th anniversary (Des Moines office), 1998
Lillian: notes, ca. 1998
Lillian: notes, ca. 1999
Lillian: pages from notebooks, ca. 1999
Lillian: journal (and guestbook), 2001-2006

Box 7
Lillian: daily calendar, 2002
Lillian: notes re: counseling received, 2002
Lillian: calendar, 2003
Lillian: journal/notes, 2005-2007
Lillian: journal pages from 2007 (January-September)
Lillian: recommendation for her to receive Jamnalal Bajaj International Award, 2008
Lillian: testimonials after her death; obituaries; death certificate
Lillian: memorial service (died 01/15/2009)
Lillian: notes -- miscellaneous
Lillian: parents; Pemberton extended family
Lillian: extended family -- scrapbook of poems etc. from her grandmother, 1920
Children: Alan -- general; biographical information
Children: Anita -- general; biographical information

Box 8
Children: Sally (Sara) -- general; biographical information
Children: Sharon -- general; biographical information
Children: Sharon -- calendar/diary, 1962
Family meetings/gatherings, 1993-2005

SERIES B: CORRESPONDENCE
Box 8 (cont.)
Correspondence Between George and Lillian

George: letters to Lillian, 1940s
George: letters to Lillian (while in CPS), 1943 (July-September)
George: letters to Lillian (while in CPS), 1944 (February-April)
George: letters to Lillian (while in CPS), 1944 (May-June)
George: letters to Lillian (while in CPS), 1944 (July-September)
George: letters to Lillian (while in CPS), 1945
Lillian: letters to George while aboard The Golden Rule and in jail, 1958
George: letters to Lillian and children while aboard The Golden Rule, 1958 (February-May)

Box 9

Correspondence Between George and Lillian
George: letters to Lillian and children while aboard The Golden Rule and in jail, 1958 (June)
George: letters to Lillian and children while in/out of jail, 1958 (July - August 4)
George: letters to Lillian and children, 1950s
Lillian: letters to George while he was on March, 1963-1964
Lillian: Letters to George, 1980 (December) - 1981 (May)
Lillian: letters to George in Bangkok (Thailand), 1990 (January 25 - March 1)
Lillian: letter to George while she was in jail, October 21, 2004
George: miscellaneous letters to Lillian
Lillian: miscellaneous letters to George
Correspondence With Family
Letters from DeHaven family
Letters from Sara Pemberton, 1943-1966
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1931-1933
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1934-1936
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1937-1938
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1939-1940
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1941-1942
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1944-1946
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1950s-1960s
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1970-1973
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1974-1977

Box 10

Correspondence With Family
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1978-1980
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1981-1983
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1984-1986
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1987-1988
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1989
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1990
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1991
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1992
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, 1993-1994
Letters to/from Elinor Robson, undated
Letters to/from Mrs. Corina (Mercedes) Hinkle, 1984-1988 [Elinor Robson's caretaker]
Letters re: Elinor Robson
Letters from Elinor Robson to others

Box 11

Correspondence With Family
Letters to/from son Alan
Letters to/from daughter Anita
Letters to/from daughter Sally, ca. 1953-1964
Letters to/from daughter Sally, ca. 1965-1969
Letters to/from daughter Sally, 1970s-1980s
Letters to/from daughter Sally, ca. 1990-200_
Letters to/from daughter Sally, undated
Letters to/from daughter Sharon, 1950s-1960s
George: letters to daughter Sharon while in India, 1963-1964
Letters to/from daughter Sharon, 1970s-1980s

Box 12

Correspondence With Family
Letters to/from daughter Sharon, 1990s
Letters to/from daughter Sharon, 2000s
Letters to/from daughter Sharon, undated
Letters to children (en masse)
Letters to/from grandchildren
Letters to/from Karen Willoughby (daughter of Mark Willoughby and Lucille), 1996-2003
General Correspondence (By Name)
David H. Albert and Ellen Sawislak
Ghazala Anwar
Brett Cicotelli
Inge and Joseph Donato
F.L. (Petey) Douglass, 1940-1941, 1954-1958
Ruth Dreamdigger

Box 13
General Correspondence (By Name)
Herbert Ehel
Freckles [real name unknown; related to Elinor Robson?]
Sally Fredericks
Jason Fults
Everett and Mary Gendler
Eric Graham
Amber and Leslie Haley
Michael Heller
Eudolf and Thea Holbury (re: care packages, etc.), 1947-1955
Daniel Hunter
Irene and Russell Johnson
Yoko Kioke
George and Brit Lakey
Mary Link and family
John Lohoc
Brad Lyttle
Ken Martin (especially re: mediation for divorce), 1998-2000
David McReynolds
Lalita Mirmira
Linda and Bill Nunes-Schrag
Maurine Parker

Box 14
General Correspondence (By Name)

Barbara Reynolds (Hiroshima Friendship Center)
Earle and Akie Reynolds
Bayard Rustin
Larry and Vi Scott
Lynne Shivers Support Group
Lynne Shivers, 1969-1970
Lynne Shivers, 1971-?
Lynne Shivers, 1971-? (cont.)
Helen and John Stevenson
Florence and Brian Yaffe, 2009
General Correspondence (By Date)
Correspondence, ca. 1938-1939 [to/from Lillian only]

Box 15
General Correspondence (By Date)
Correspondence, 1939-1942
Correspondence, 1943-1944
Correspondence, 1945-1949, undated
Correspondence, 1950s
Correspondence received while George was on The Golden Rule, 1958
Correspondence received while George was on The Golden Rule, 1958 (cont.) [includes some letters written by George]
Correspondence, 1960-1965
Correspondence, 1966-1969, undated
Correspondence, 1970
Correspondence, 1971
Correspondence, 1972
Correspondence, 1973
Correspondence, 1974
Correspondence, 1975
Correspondence, 1976

Box 16
General Correspondence (By Date)
Correspondence, 1977
Correspondence, 1978
Correspondence, 1979
Correspondence, 1980
Get-well cards received by George, 1980
Get-well cards received by George, 1980 (cont.)
Correspondence, 1981
Correspondence, 1982
Correspondence, 1983
Correspondence, 1984

Box 17
General Correspondence (By Date)
Correspondence, 1985
Correspondence, 1986
Correspondence, 1987
Correspondence, 1988
Correspondence, 1989
Correspondence, 1990
Correspondence, 1990
Correspondence, 1991
Correspondence, 1992

Box 18

General Correspondence (By Date)
Correspondence, 1993
Correspondence, 1994
Correspondence, 1995
Correspondence, 1996
Correspondence, 1997
Correspondence, 1998
Correspondence, 1999
Correspondence, 2000

Box 19
General Correspondence (By Date)
Correspondence, 2001
Correspondence, 2002
Correspondence, 2003
Correspondence, 2004
Cards and letters sent and received re:/during Lillian's Iraq War protest/jail term, 2004
Correspondence, 2005
Correspondence, 2006

Box 20

General Correspondence To/From George and Lillian (By Date)
Correspondence, 2007
Correspondence, 2008
Correspondence, 2009-2010
Condolence cards and letters sent to George after Lillian's death, 2009
Correspondence, undated
Correspondence, undated (cont.)

SERIES C: WORK AND INVOLVEMENTS
Box 20 (cont.)
George and Lillian: miscellaneous involvements
[see box 33 for Scattergood Hostel]
Lillian: involvements, 1940s
Lillian: placements as dietician and dietetic notes [includes Alexian Brothers Hospital, 1944]

Box 21
George: work at New Mexico Teachers College, 1942
George: Colorado Committee of Racial Equality, ca. 1942-1943
George: Civilian Public Service Committee (CPS) [includes "5 Years After" of CPSers at Unit 26]
George: Civilian Public Service: War Relocation Authority, 1943-1946
George: work at AFSC, 1946-1956
George and Lillian: Nonviolent Action Against Nuclear Weapons -- The Nevada Project Walk-In, August 6, 1957
George and Lillian: Nonviolent Action Against Nuclear Weapons -- The Nevada Project Walk-In: media coverage, 1957 (August)
Lillian: Prayer and Conscience Vigil, Washington (D.C.), 1957 (November)
George: Nonviolent Action Against Nuclear Weapons, 1958
George: Golden Rule, 1958 (April-May)
George and Lillian: Willoughby et al vs. United States of America (U.S. District Court, San Francisco), 1958
Lillian: May 10th / Mother's Day, 1958 (AEC Sit-Down Project)
Lillian: Committee for Open Occupancy in Levittown (Pennsylvania), 1958-1959 [involved from March or April 1958 through June or July 1959]
George: Workshop on Nonviolent Direct Action, Cape May (NJ), June 20-27, 1959
George and Lillian: Woodbury Friends monthly meetings, 1959
George: training projects, 1960s
Lillian: South Jersey Peace Center, 1961-1963
George: work at CCCO, 1962
George: World Peace Brigade, 1962-1965
George: Alinsky's approach to community organizing 1962-1971

Box 22
George: A1CUM Summer Seminars on Values in Higher Education, 1963 [includes notes on follow-up]
George: AFSC Program on Nonviolence Training, 1963-1964
George: Project La Macaza, 1964
George: notes re: Gandhian nonviolence 1964-1966
George: Institute for the Study of Nonviolence, 1965
George: organizing the poor, 1965-1966
George: Upland Institute -- faculty meeting minutes, 1965-1967
George: community organizing, 1965-1967
George: Grindstone Institute on Nonviolence, 1965-1968
George: London School of Nonviolence, 1965-1969
George: New England CNVA, 1965-1972
George: organizing the middle class, 1966
George: Upland Institute -- field training, 1966

Box 23
George: California Center for Community Development, 1966
George: War Resisters League, 1966-1967
George: Mobilization on Washington -- analysis by Upland School of Social Change students, 1967
George: blue collar organizing, 1967
George: Institute for Social Change, San Francisco State College, 1967 (March)
George: Pentagon March/Confrontation (National Mobilization Rally), October 21-22, 1967
George: trip to Puerto Rico, 1967 (November)
George: Upland Institute -- field training 1967
George: Upland School of Social Change, 1967-1968
George: Pendle Hill -- Field Training Program, 1967-1971
Lillian: Poor People's Campaign, 1968
George: Port Chicago Vigil, 1968
George: resistance in Czechoslovakia, 1968

Box 24
George: Peacemakers Academy Committee of the International Research Fund Inc., 1968
George: summary report on a study of the October Mobilization for Peace, 1968 (Spring)
George: Friends draft resistance -- May 5, 1968 Group and follow-up [in?] Philadelphia
George: Friends Meeting for Worship and Petition and Witness, Washington (D.C.), June 28, 1968 [George and others arrested]
George: A Quaker Action Group -- Panama Canal Zone, 1968-1969
George: Quaker Project on Community Conflict, New York
George: Orange Grove Meeting -- giving sanctuary, 1968-1969
George: National Action Group, 1968-1969
George: Nonviolent training program for Friends of the Black Peoples Unity movement, Camden (Pennsylvania) and subsequent court trial, 1968-1970; media coverage
George: Pendle Hill, 1968 (August) - 1971 (August)
George: Camden County grand jury trial, 1969-1970
George: training at University of California (Los Angeles) / Practice of Nonviolence - Robert S. Vogel
George: training material -- roleplaying 1968-1970
George: training of demonstration/anti-war march marshalls, ca. 1969
George: White House Vigil, 1969

Box 25
Lillian: tax resistance, 1969-1980
Lillian: peace and conflict research, University of Lancaster (England), 1969
Lillian: training material for suburban organizing, Springfield (Pennsylvania), 1969
George: AQAG (et. al) project -- reading of names at the Pentagon of those killed in the Vietnam War, 1969 [including being arrested]
George: discipline for nonviolent action projects, 1969 (Spring)
George: Draft Resistance Project , Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), May 1, 1969
George: Latin America Conference, Pendle Hill (Pennsylvania), May 2-4, 1969
George: Washington Seminary, May 5-7, 1969
George: direct action projects -- Phoenix voyage to China, 1969 (Summer)
George: training material -- strategy games - Coup d'Etat, 1969 (Fall)
George: seminar in nonviolent action, October 2, 1969
George: Pendle Hill Conference on Nonviolent Training, October 3-5, 1969
George: scrapbook  re: Mobilization on Washington: media coverage, 1969
George: Pendle Hill trip to Washington (D.C.), November 13-15, 1969
George: scrapbook re: Mobilization on Washington, November 13-15, 1969

Box 26
George: training material - Marathon Role Play, Pendle Hill (Pennsylvania), 1969 (December)
George: training programs, England - direct action training groups
George: direct action projects - Honeywell Project (Minneapolis, Minnesota), 1969-1970
Lillian: AFSC Mid-Atlantic Region, 1969-1970
Lillian: direct action tactics --  draft file destruction (several actions and pro/con arguments), 1969-1970
George: association with Pendle Hill, 1969-1971
George: Pendle Hill film festivals, 1969-1971
George: training programs -- AFSC Nonviolent Training Programs 1969-1971
George: training programs -- strategy games, situations, 1969-1972
George: Friendly Presence group training session, 1970
George: training material -- marshalling training manual, 1970
George: Catholic Peace Fellowship Nonviolent Training Workshop, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1970
George: training programs, Denver (Colorado) -- Institute Mountain West - A Community for Living Revolution, 1970
George: notes re: constructive work and nonviolent action, 1970
George: Friends Suburban Project -- court watching, Chester (Pennsylvania), 1970
George: training programs -- Knox College course in nonviolence (Frank H. Young), 1970
George: Gandhi and Quakerism Conference at Pendle Hill (Pennsylvania), February 13-15, 1970
George: FAST and Brian McDonnell and Tom Maheny, Washington (D.C.), 1970 (May-June)
George: Milwaukee conference proposals, 1970 (June 29)

Box 27
George: evaluation/reports of training conferences, 1970 (Summer)
George: Quaker team at Black Panther Conference, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1970 (September)
George: [Danilo] Dolci Conference on Nonviolence, Pendle Hill (Pennsylvania), October 9-11, 1970
George: Training for Nonviolent Social Action, Syracuse University, December 8-9, 1970
George: training programs -- Martin Luther King Jr. School of Social Change, 1970
George: Pendle Hill, 1970-1971
George: Syracuse University's nonviolence studies program, 1970-1972
George: miscellaneous college trainings: 1970-1972
George: National Action Group, 1970-1973
George: nonviolence definitions, 1971
George: training material -- flow charts, 1971
George: training programs -- Philadelphia AFSC Training Collective, 1971
George: training material -- strategies and tactics for dealing with a Grand Jury, 1971
George: Daily Death Toll Project, 1971
George: finding/developing course outlines for teaching nonviolence, 1971
George: Center for Nonviolent Conflict Resolution (Haverford College), 1971
George: April Actions, 1971
George: Eastern Regional Nonviolent Training Conference, 1970 (March)
George: James Young -- course outline on nonviolence, 1971 (Spring)
George: AQAG and Culebra action; trip to Puerto Rico, 1971 (May)
George: Palo Alto Resistance Gathering , June 20-26, 1971
George: training conference -- "Strategy for Change," Washington (D.C.), December 13-19, 1971
George: Provisional Council, AQAG/ Movement for a New Society, 1971-1972

Box 28
George and Lillian: community justice organizing, 1971-1973
George: plaintiff in White House Damage Case, 1971-1973
[see boxes 34-38 for Movement for a New Society/Life Center, 1972- ]
Lillian: court case re: June 11, 1972 civil disobedience
George: People's Blockade, 1972
George: AFSC Akron Spring Conference, April 29 - May 1, 1972
George: anti-war campaigns, 1972 [People's Blockade in New Jersey; G.E. Project; Lenardo Suffering Fund; etc.]
George: training of police / community justice program, Washington (D.C.), 1972
George: training material -- organizing - Operation Rescue (Bangladesh seamen rescue), 1972
George: training programs -- ONTAP, 1972 (April)
George: planning a nonviolent action campaign, 1972 (May)
George: notes re: training for nonviolent action, 1972 (July 24)
George: training program -- Macro-Nonviolence Workshop, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1972 (August)
George: nonviolence training workshop, University of Maine, September 29 - October 1, 1972
George: National Action Group meeting, Nyack (New York), November 20-21, 1972
George: long term training program, 1972-1973
George: notes re: teaching nonviolence?, 1972-1973
George: Macro-Nonviolence Committee, ca. 1972-1973
George: teaching nonviolence courses at Stockton State College (New Jersey), 1972-1973
George: teaching at Stockton Community College (New Jersey): notes on workshops given, 1972-1973

Box 29
George and Lillian: Iowa Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1973
George and Lillian: East Coast Regional Training Gathering, February 1-5, 1973
George: Land Trust Conference, April 14-15, 1973
George and Lillian: [unidentified conference/training], Richmond, June 25-29, 1973
George: TOC -- notes, 1973
George: M-TOC -- notes
George: TOC-W -- notes, 1973
George and Lillian: Block Association of West Philadelphia, ca. 1973-1974
George: F.O.R./I.F.O.R. , 1973-1980 [includes correspondence with/about Jim Forest]
George and Lillian: AFSC People Camp, 1974
George: TOC-W and TOC-NV -- notes, 1974
George: trip, 1974 (July)
Lillian: W.O.W. (Wonderful Older Women) -- meeting minutes, 1975-1981
Lillian: W.O.W. (Wonderful Older Women) -- meeting minutes, 1976-1985
Lillian: W.O.W. (Wonderful Older Women) -- notes, undated
George: Clearness Committee of Jay Smith, 1976
George: simple living, 1976
George: Alma College Workshop, Life Center, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1976 (April-May)

Box 30
George: General training program, Alma College, ca. 1976
George: Friendly Presence Workshop for Bicentennial Conference on Religious Liberty, 1976
George: Seabrook, 1977 (April)
George: Women's Conference at Stockton, 1977
George: advocacy for 3 workers with Coordinating Group for Religion in Society (Thailand), 1978
George: White House Vigil Damage Case, 1978
George: notes re: nonviolence
George: MOVE -- Powelton Village (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1978
George and Lillian: MOVE -- Friendly Presence vigil, 1978 (Spring)
George and Lillian: MOVE -- Friendly Presence vigil, 1978 (Spring) (cont.)
George: Women and Global Corporations: Work, Rules, and Resistance conference, August 11-13, 1978
Lillian: conflict resolution workshop, August 21-22, 1978
George: Taylor vs. Morton trial, 1978 (September)
George and Lillian: Strategy Group; strategizing workshops, 1978-1979
Lillian: 3rd Annual Women's Conference, April 28, 1979
Lillian: Women's Group, 1980
Lillian: War Tax Concerns Committee, 1980-1981
Lillian: tax resistance, 1981
George: A.J. Muste Memorial Institute, 1981-1985
George: Peace Brigades International, 1981-1984
Lillian: tax resistance, 1982
George: Shared Housing Resource Center, 1982
George: Trident Project -- Peace Blockade to Stop Trident (Washington State, Jim Douglass) 1982
Lillian: Seneca's Women's Peace Encampment, 1983
George and Lillian: Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, 1983
George: Disarmament and Community Development Workshop with Danilo Dolci, New York, October 26-30, 1983
George: Computer Mailworks, 1985-1990

Box 31
George: Peace Brigades International, 1984-2005
Lillian: Greensboro 5 civil rights case, 1985
George: presentation/reflection (July 7) and nonviolence training (July 28) at Brandywine Peace Community, 1985
George and Lillian: Nevada Test Site experience, 1986
George: No DICE - Mickleton Community area, 1986
Lillian: City of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), 1986-1990
George and Lillian: nonviolence workshops for Maryknoll Lay Missioners, May 12-14, 1987
George and Lillian: Greening Life Community, 1987-1989
Lillian and Sally: civil disobedience in Nevada -- court document, 1988
Lillian and Sally: Mothers and Others Connecting All: Mother's Day Nonviolent Direct Action, May 6-8, 1988
George and Lillian: Germantown protests, April 1988
George and Lillian: teaching Quakerism 201, 1989-1992
George and Lillian: readings re: Quakerism 201
George and Lillian: Ravidron Kandiah's application for asylum, 1989
George and Lillian: Gandhian Foundation (Deptford, New Jersey), 1990s-2001
George and Lillian: Deptford Township (New Jersey), 1990
George and Lillian: leadership at Greening Life Community, October 18-20, 1991

Box 32
George and Lillian: Peace Tax Fund, 1992
George and Lillian: teaching Quakerism 201 at Mickleton Meeting, 1992
George and Lillian: Mickleton Friends Meeting - conflict workshop, 1992
George and Lillian: Pendle Hill conference re: Friends' work on Russia, 1992-1993
George and Lillian: workshop on civil disobedience, Tibet Conference of the Americas, Washington (D.C.), February 1, 1993
George and Lillian: Panama Working Group (F.O.R.), 1995-1999
Lillian: Saint Joseph's University, 1996
George and Lillian: PSCC retreat, 1996
George and Lillian: teaching Quakerism 201 at Barnegat Meeting, 1996
George and Lillian: Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1996 (July)
George and Lillian: leadership of Quakerism 201 workshops, Moorestown Friends Meeting (New Jersey), 1998 (May)
George and Lillian: talks given at Sandy Spring Friends Meeting (Maryland), April 2-6, 1998
George and Lillian: leadership of Quakerism 201 at Bucks Quarterly Meeting (Pennsylvania), August 16, 1998
George and Lillian: New Delhi Support Group/Friends, ca. 1998
George: trip to Iowa and Kansas, 1999
George: Nonviolent Peaceforce, 1999-2000
George: Teaching for Change, 2000s
George: Training for Change: Experimental Class Workshop, Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), June 7-8, 2000
George and Lillian: Vanessa Julye's Clearness Committee report, 2001-2002
Lillian: From Hair to Eternity Project, March 23, 2006; September 26, 2003
George and Lillian: AQAG2, 2003
Lillian: sentencing and time in jail (at the Federal Detention Center), October 20-26, 2004
Lillian: media coverage of arrest and incarceration
Lillian: vigil while Lillian was in Federal Detention Center, October 20-26, 2004
George: "Elders Living the Vision March," Pendle Hill, 2004 (March)

Box 33
George: chair (of Board), Prisoner Visitation and Support, 2004
George and Lillian: country kitchen talk, Comington (Massachusetts), 2005
George and Lillian: Inge Donato tax refusal, 2005 (August)
Lillian: Granny Peace Brigade action at military recruitment station and trial, 2006
Lillian: Philadelphia Grannies for Peace, 2006
George and Lillian: Clearness Committee for Brenda Beadenkopf (re: Charles Walker biography), 2006-2008
George and Lillian: Peace of the Elders: Sharing the Gift, 2007
George: Peace Brigades International, 2007
George and Lillian: Interfaith Peace Walk, June 3, 2007
George and Lillian: Nonviolent Peaceforce, 2007-2009
George and Lilllian: William Scalia -- video project, 2005 (March)
George and Lillian: New York Peace Information Center -- film showing, undated
George: notes for Workshop on Nonviolence, undated
Lillian: appointment to Community Disputes Services Panel, undated
George: nonviolent action ideas
George: training material (re: fasting), undated
George: notes re: training exercises, undated
George: training materials - situation analysis, undated
George: training aids - demonstration report forms, undated
George: notes re: civilian defense, undated
George: organizing educational campaigns, undated
George: history of Pendle Hill "revolution" (reminiscences on Mary Haworth, etc.)
George and Lillian: Scattergood Hostel for European Refugees [both were on staff]
George and Lillian's involvement/work at Scattergood Hostel
Scattergood Hostel: history

Box 34
Scattergood Hostel: history (cont.)
Scattergood Hostel: media coverage
Scattergood Hostel: history, "Far from Hitler"
George and Lillian: Scattergood Friends School
George: Movement for a New Society (MNS), 1972, 1982
George and Lillian: AQAG/MNS/Nonviolent Life Center Group, 1971
George and Lillian: MNS Exchange Committee, 1974
George and Lillian: MNS -- discussions re: human sexuality, 1975 (Fall) - 1976 (Summer), 1982
George and Lillian: MNS Weekend Gathering, Leverett (Massachusetts), October 31- November 2, 1975
George and Lillian: MNS Network meetings, 1981
George and Lillian: MNS whole network group, 1981 (August)
George and Lillian: MNS discussions re: future for training, 1981-1982
George and Lillian: Philadelphia MNS/PMNS network, 1972-1978

Box 35
George and Lillian: Philadelphia MNS/PMNS network, 1979-1981
George and Lillian: Philadelphia MNS/PMNS network, 1982-1983
George and Lillian: Philadelphia MNS/PMNS network, 1984, undated
George and Lillian: Philadelphia Life Center -- history, by Lynne Shivers
George and Lillian: Nonviolent Life Center/Life Center Association (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1971-1973
George and Lillian: Philadelphia Life Center, 1970s-1980s
George and Lillian: chore schedule (Life Center? Stone House?)
George and Lillian: Life Center Collective, 1977-1978
George and Lillian: Philadelphia MNS/Life Center NRG's and Collectives
George and Lillian: Life Center -- Clearness Committee; starting Quaker meetings at Life Center
George and Lillian: Philadelphia Life Center-- Awareness-Action Workshop, October 20-22, 1972
George: National Coordinating Trainers Collective, 1972

Box 36
George: Nonviolent Training and Action Center, 1968-1970
George: New Society Toolbox (trainer's collective), 1970-1972
George: New Society Toolbox (trainer's collective), 1973
George: New Society Toolbox (trainer's collective), 1972-1975
George and Lillian: Long Term Training Collective (and Life Center/ Stone House), 1971
George and Lillian: New Society Toolbox (trainer's collective), 1972-1973
George and Lillian: Philadelphia Life Center/MNS training centers, 1970s-1980s
George and Lillian: Nonviolence Training Collective (Delaware Valley) -- meeting minutes, 1987-1988
George and Lillian: Transnational Collective, 1976-1980
George and Lillian: Transnational Collective, 1981-1984
George and Lillian: Transnational Collective -- Chinese invitees, 1984 (December)

Box 37
George and Lillian: Transnational Collective, 1985-1988
George and Lillian: Transnational Collective, undated
George and Lillian: Transnational Collective/GTP, 1978, 1980 (March-August)
George and Lillian: General Training Program (GTP), 1980
George and Lillian: Transnational Collective, 1970s
George and Lillian: Philadelphia MNS Land Trust houses/properties
George: Delaware Valley Land Trust by-laws and certificates of incorporation
George: Lease agreement forms
George: Land Trust house: 4722 Baltimore Avenue (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
George and Lillian: The Crossing training center (MNS), 1977, 1981 (October) - 1982
George and Lillian: The Crossing training center (MNS), 1983
George and Lillian: The Crossing training center (MNS), 1984
Lillian: Life Center Association, Phoenix, 1014 South 47th Street
George and Lillian: Stone House Community: meeting minutes, etc; 1971-1972

Box 38
George and Lillian: Stone House Community -- meeting minutes, etc; 1973
George and Lillian: Stone House Community -- meeting minutes (handwritten), 1973-1974
George and Lillian: Stone House Community, 1978-1982
George and Lillian: Life Center -- Tabula Rasa [house], Hawaii
George: Land Trust house -- Treebeard , 4811 Springfield Avenue
George: Land Trust house -- Turning Point, 5021 Cedar Avenue
George: Land Trust house -- 5023 Cedar Avenue
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1975-1977
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1980
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1981, 1982
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1983
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1984
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1985
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1986
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1987
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1988
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1989
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1990

Box 39a
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1991
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1992
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1993
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, 1994
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust, undated
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust Association: Development Committee
George and Lillian: Delaware Valley Land Trust Association / Old Pine Farm Natural Lands Trust Inc. [OPF] (340 Pine Avenue, Deptford, New Jersey) -- membership
George and Lillian: OPF -- articles of incorporation
George and Lillian: OPF -- meeting minutes, 1992-2005
George and Lillian: OPF -- general, 1992-1999
George and Lillian: OPF -- general, 2000-2002, 2004
George and Lillian: OPF -- publicity; media coverage
George and Lillian: OPF -- history (of Pine family, the land, the area)
George and Lillian: OPF -- financial records
George and Lillian: OPF -- fundraising
George and Lillian: OPF -- self-assessment; planning
George and Lillian: OPF -- maps of township open spaces, Old Pine Farm, etc.
George and Lillian: OPF -- MacArthur Tract (Haddon Township, New Jersey), 2002 [this may not be part of OPF]
George and Lillian: OPF -- Samost Tract
George and Lillian: OPF -- idea for nature school/center

Box 39b (1/2 box)
George and Lillian: OPF -- project: Bayer Avenue Natural Area / Recreational Trails grant
George and Lillian: OPF -- project: restoration of Big Timber Creek meadow and creek bank, 2001
George and Lillian: OPF -- project: community watershed
George and Lillian: OPF -- project: Fern Street entrance
George and Lillian: OPF -- project: Horseshoe Trail
George and Lillian: OPF -- project: Walt Whitman Land Trust booklet
George and Lillian: OPF -- jobs/work done

SERIES D: FOREIGN TRAVEL, INVOLVEMENTS and CONTACTS
Box 40
George while on UNRRA ship to Poland as a cattleman: letters to Lillian, 1946 (March 31 - May 1)
George in India/Japan: letters to Lillian and children, 1960 (December13) - 1961 (January 18)
George in India: WRI 10th Triennial Conference, December 21-28, 1960
George in Russia: letters to Lillian and children, 1961
George in India etc. for Delhi-Peking Friendship March: general, 1963-1964
George in India etc. for Delhi-Peking Friendship March: meeting minutes (handwritten), 1963 (September) - 1964 (January)
George in India etc. for Delhi-Peking Friendship March: reports; press releases; media coverage, etc., 1963-1964
George in India etc. for Delhi-Peking Friendship March: letters to Lillian and children, 1963-1964
George in India etc. for Delhi-Peking Friendship March (and after): letters to friends/colleagues, 1963-1964
George in India etc. for Delhi-Peking Friendship March: journal, 1963 (March-October)
George in India etc. for Delhi-Peking Friendship March: journals, 1963 (October) - 1964 (March)

Box 41
George in India etc. for Delhi-Peking Friendship March: notebook
George in India: speaking engagements after Delhi-Peking Friendship March, 1964
George in Panama: Ft. Gulick project, ca. 1969
George in India: journal, 1973 (September-December)
George in India/Indonesia/Philippines/Thailand/[etc.?]: journal, 1974 (January-November)
George: journal "Journey Home," 1974 (August 2 - September 26)
George in India /[etc.?]: notes, etc., 1974-1975
George? in India/Africa: notebook, 1974
George in Thailand: journal and notes, 1975 (May-June)
George in India: journal (partial) and notebook, 1975
George in India/etc.: journal and notes, 1975

Box 42
George and Lillian in India: report, notes, mss. articles, 1975
George or Lillian in India?: notebook, ca. 1975
Lillian in Thailand/etc.: journal, 1975 (February 6 - August 8)
George and Lillian in Thailand: report on Bangkok workshop on nonviolent social change, 1975 (June)
Lillian in the Philippines: journal and notes, 1975 (August 8 - September 15)
George in Thailand: training seminar for nonviolent social change, 1978 (May)
George in India: letters to Lillian, 1978 (May-June)
George in India: journal, 1978 (May 10 - June 25)
George in India: notes, 1978 (May-June)
George in India: Asian Seminar on Training for Nonviolence Action - correspondence, etc., 1978
George in India/Sri Lanka: journal log, 1979 (June 25) - 1980 (February 28)
George in India/Sri Lanka: journal, 1979 (June 25) - 1980 (February 28)

Box 43
George in India: Education for Social Change program (by Gandhi Peace Foundation?), 1979 (Summer)
Lillian in India/Sri Lanka: journal and notes, 1979 (August 3) - 1980 (January 5)
George in Japan: letter to Lillian, 1979? (August 13)
George in India: International Seminar on Trusteeship, Common Ownership, Social Responsibilities, and Participation, Bangalore, October 26-29, 1979
George and Lillian in Sri Lanka: Nonviolent Training Workshops, 1979 (December)
Lillian in India: International Conference on Women's Pilgrimage to Spiritual Freedom, 1979 (December 30) - 1980 (Jan. 1)
George in Sri Lanka: notes and correspondence, late 1979 - early 1980
George in Sri Lanka: Nonviolent Direct Action Group, 1979-1980
Lillian in India/Sri Lanka: notebook, 1979
Lillian in India/Sri Lanka: notes, 1979-1980
George and Lillian in India: training at Institution of Engineers, Dharwar / Dharwada, January 18-20, 1980
George in India/etc.?: journal, 1980 (December) - 1981 (April)
George in India: letters to Lillian, 1980 (December) - 1981 (June)
Lillian in Sri Lanka/etc.: journal, 1980

Box 44
George in India: program and journal, 1981 (January-May)
George in Korea: notes re: meeting in Seoul, etc., 1981 (June)
Lillian in Panama: notebook, 1981
George in India/Thailand: letters to Lillian, 1982 (December 11) - 1983 (February 14)
George in India/Thailand: journal, 1982 (December 8) - 1983 (February 24)
George and Lillian in Sri Lanka?: facilitating Conference on Transnational Centre for Nonviolent Social Change, Dharwad, January 13-15, 1983
Lillian in Thailand/India: journal and notes, 1984? (February-March)
George and Lillian (and Sharon) in India: WRI conference; notes; etc., 1985-1986
George in India: journal, 1985 (December) - 1986 (January)
George in India: setting up nonviolent training centers in India, 1985-1987
George in Panama: letter to Lillian, 1989 (February 16)
George in Central America: journal, 198_ (August)
George in Thailand/India: letters to Lillian, 1990 (January-March)
George in Thailand/India: journal, 1990 (January 25 - April 1)
George in Japan/etc.?: journal and notes, 1990 (August)
George in Taiwan: training workshop/s, 1990 [includes letters to Lillian]
George in Guatemala/Costa Rica/Panama: journal, 1990 (November)
George in Thailand/Sri Lanka/India: report, lists, etc., 1990-1991
George in Thailand/Sri Lanka/India: journal, 1990 (December 27) - 1991

Box 45
Lillian in Thailand/Sri Lanka/India: journal, 1990 (December 30?) - 1991 (June 12)
George and Lillian: International Network of Engaged Buddhists conference "Buddhism and Reconciliation," 1991 (February)
George and Lillian in Thailand: Gulf War protest, February 16, 1991
George in Thailand: workshop in Bangkok, March 19-22, 1991
George in Thailand? Sri Lanka?: Monks seminar, 1991 (March-April)
George and Lillian in Thailand: leading of workshops, etc., 1991
George and Lillian in Honduras: World Conference of Friends, July 19-21, 1991
George in Panama/Costa Rica: itinerary, 1993 (February)
George in India?/Thailand: letters to/from Lillian, 1994 (January-March)
George in India?/Thailand: journal, notes and article, 1994 (January-March)
George in India?/Thailand: notes for talks
George in Siam: Sixth Annual INEB Conference, Wat Samakkhi (Surin Province), February 13-19, 1994

Box 46
George in Panama after death of Eleanor Robson, 1994 (July)
George in Panama: Fellowship of Reconciliation delegation, 1995 - correspondence, etc.
George in Panama: Fellowship of Reconciliation delegation, 1995 - fundraising
George in Panama: Fellowship of Reconciliation delegation, 1995 (May) - notes, evaluation
George and Lillian in India/Thailand: report, notes, contacts, 1997 (July 27) - 1998 (January 7)
George and Lillian in India/Thailand: contacts, 1997-1998
George in India/Thailand: journal, 1997 (July 31) - 1998 (January 6)
Lillian in India/Thailand: journal, notes and draft letters, 1997
Lillian in ??: notebook, ca. 1997?
George in Sri Lanka: journal and notes, 1999 (February-April)
George in Costa Rica: journal, etc., 2000 (June 29 - July 1) [includes short reflection on 60th year of marriage]
George in India: journal, notes, correspondence, 2000-2001

Box 47
George in India: journal, 2002 (October-December)
George in India: receiving Jamnalal Bajaj International Award for Promoting Gandhism, 2002 [given to George and four others]
George in India: receiving Jamnalal Bajaj International Award for Promoting Gandhism, 2002  [given to George and four others] (cont.)
George in India?: planning for trip, 2010 [proposed only?]
George in India/El Salvador/etc.?: letters to Lillian, undated
George in India?: notes, undated
George in Panama: notes, undated (December)
Contact/s in Africa: Henry Mayabe
Contact/s in Australia: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Cambodia: Coalition for Peace and Reconciliation
Contact/s in Cambodia: Liz and Yeshua Moser
Contact/s in Canada: miscellaneous
Contact/s in China: miscellaneous
Contact/s in China: Shen Hui-Feng
Contact/s in China: Weng Rong Chang (Naruo)
Contact/s in China: Zhang Xin Min
Contact/s in Costa Rica: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Denmark: Johannes Dragsdahl, 1970 (January)
Contact/s in England: [Ms.] Bhoomikumar

Box 48
Contact/s in England (etc.): Peter Jones
Contact/s in England: Transnational Summer Project, 1971-1972
Contact/s in Germany: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Guatemala: Raki Bauer
Contact/s in Haiti: Julian Bretsford
Contact/s in India: miscellaneous
Contact/s in India: miscellaneous (A-J)
Contact/s in India: miscellaneous (K-V)
Contact/s in India: notes, etc. re: "contemporary" India, 1975-1976
Contact/s in India: Sultana Alam
Contact/s in India: Dr. M. Aram
Contact/s in India: N. Ardhanari (Adhu)
Contact/s in India: S. Paul Arora

Box 49
Contact/s in India: Stanley Ashton
Contact/s in India: Atheist Centre
Contact/s in India: George Ball
Contact/s in India: Sailesh K. Bandopadhaya
Contact/s in India: Michael Beer
Contact/s in India: Vikhas Bhai
Contact/s in India: Chaitanya A. Bhatt
Contact/s in India: Bombay Sarvodaya Friendship Centre - correspondence, etc.
Contact/s in India: Bombay Sarvodaya Friendship Centre - financial records
Contact/s in India: Bombay Sarvodaya Friendship Centre - training project, 1986-1987|
Contact/s in India: Ravi Chopra and Jo McGowan
Contact/s in India: Monmohan Choudhuri [includes thoughts on Gandhi by George and Lillian]
Contact/s in India: Hansi and S.K. De
Contact/s in India: Jyotibhai and Malini Desai
Contact/s in India: Narayan Desai [includes visit to U.S.]
Contact/s in India: Maitraye Devi
Contact/s in India: Siddharaj Dhadda
Contact/s in India: R.R. Diwaker (Gandhian Peace Foundation)
Contact/s in India: Trevor Drieberg
Contact/s in India: Friends/Quaker projects
Contact/s in India: Vikas Gora (Atheist Centre), 1960s
Contact/s in India: Vikas Gora (Atheist Centre), 1970-1972, 1974
Contact/s in India: Vikas Gora (Atheist Centre), 1996-
Contact/s in India: Kishan Goradia
Contact/s in India: Viv Hawkins
Contact/s in India: S.R. and Skymala (Mavis) Hiremath
Contact/s in India: S.R. Hiremath
Contact/s in India: Krishnammal Jagannathan (Land for Tillers Freedom)

Box 50
Contact/s in India: Krishnammal Jagannathan (Land for Tillers Freedom) (cont.)
Contact/s in India: Krishnammal and S. Jagannathan, 1981-1983
Contact/s in India: Krishnammal and S. Jagannathan, 1984-
Contact/s in India: Krishnammal Jagannathan - winning of Opus Prize, 2008
Contact/s in India/U.S.: Varghese and Vijaya Keerikattee
Contact/s in India: Anand Kumar
Contact/s in India: Devendra Kumar
Contact/s in India: LAFTI (Land for Tillers Freedom)
Contact/s in India: [Mr.] Lavanam (Atheist Centre), 1960s-1970s
Contact/s in India: [Mr.] Lavanam (Atheist Centre), 1980s-1990s

Box 51
Contact/s in India: [Mr.] Lavanam (Atheist Centre), 2000-2009
Contact/s in India: Ratna and Malathi Lafanam
Contact/s in India: Gregory Linley
Contact/s in India: Datta Meha
Contact/s in India/U.K./Mexico: Manabendra Mandal
Contact/s in India: Rev. Dr. Gabriel Massey
Contact/s in India: Dr. K.V. Matthew
Contact/s in India: Daniel Mazgaonkar
Contact/s in India: Daniel Mazgaonkar (cont.)
Contact/s in India: Daniel Mazgaonkar (Bombay Sarvodaya Friendship Centre)
Contact/s in India: Michael Mazgaonkar
Contact/s in India: Michael Mazgaonkar and Swati Desai, 1998-2001
Contact/s in India: Michael Mazgaonkar and Swati Desai, 2002-2009
Contact/s in India: Subhash and Geeta S. Mehta
Contact/s in India: S.K. and Lalitha Mirmira

Box 52
Contact/s in India: Anadi and Paula Naik
Contact/s in India: K. Krishnan Nair (Schools of Non-Violence, Gandhi Peace Foundation), 1972-1977
Contact/s in India: Jayaprakash Narayan
Contact/s in India: Sarasaathi and K.M. Natarajan
Contact/s in India: Navavikas Project
Contact/s in India: Harivallabh Parikh
Contact/s in India: K. Pati
Contact/s in India: People's March Against Multinationals, Madras, 2000
Contact/s in India: J. Janardan Pillai (Gandhi Smarak Nidhi / Gandhi Bhavan)
Contact/s in India: Matura S. Prakasan
Contact/s in India: Sarva Seva Sangh Prakashan
Contact/s in India: Devi Prasad, 1964-1979
Contact/s in India: Devi Prasad, 1980-1989
Contact/s in India: Devi Prasad, 1990-2000
Contact/s in India: Devi Prasad, 2001-2005
Contact/s in India: GVVSDS Prasad
Contact/s in India: Nageshwar Prasad (Gandhian Institute of Studies)

Box 53
Contact/s in India: P. Prathapan
Contact/s in India: Prayas
Contact/s in India: Radhakrishna (and Gandhi Peace Foundation)
Contact/s in India: Shri Ramadhar
Contact/s in India: S.N. Subba Rao
Contact/s in India: funding request for Resource Centre for Rural Development and Justice, 1991 (October)
Contact/s in India: Arundhati Roy
Contact/s in India:  Kanapathipillai Sachithananthan
Contact/s in India: Shubhamoorty and Kalpana Shastree
Contact/s in India: M.S. Simpanna (Gandhi Bhawan)
Contact/s in India: [Mr.] R. Srikanth
Contact/s in India: Yashwant Stevens
Contact/s in India: Sukumar ____
Contact/s in India: Transnational Center for Non-violent Social Change, 1985
Contact/s in India: proposal to set up transnational center for social change
Contact/s in India: Janaki and Gerhard Tschannerl 
Contact/s in India: Sadhama and Ashok Vairale
Contact/s in India: G. Vijayam (Atheist Centre)
Contact/s in India: K. Viswanathan
Contact/s in India: Rajiv Vora
Contact/s in India: Satya Yashpal [or Y.S. Satya?]
Contact/s in India: Patty Yates

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Contact/s in Indonesia: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Indonesia: Martin and Anne Vesenka, 1961-1965
Contact/s in Ireland: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Japan: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Japan: planning for nonviolence training workshops, 1971-1972 [advice given]
Contact/s in Japan: Yukio Aki
Contact/s in Japan: Hiroshi
Contact/s in Japan: Susuma Ishitani, 1975-1976, 1978
Contact/s in Japan: Yutaka Ohata
Contact/s in Japan: Michi Toda
Contact/s in Japan: World Friendship Center, Hiroshima [mostly American Committee]
Contact/s in Kenya: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Myanmar [Burma]: [Ms.] Jap Bu
Contact/s in Nepal: Nicholas and Montanenthe Bennett
Contact/s in Nepal: Bhupal Lamichhaney
Contact/s in the Netherlands: miscellaneous
Contact/s in the Netherlands: Centrum voor Geweldloze Weebaarheid [Center for Nonviolent Training], 1965-1966
Contact/s in Panama: miscellaneous
Contact/s in the Philippines: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico Peace Center (Tom Dorsey), 1969-1971
Contact/s in Rhodesia (Southern): Lyle Tatum
Contact/s in Rhodesia (Southern): Bickie Tatum
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Shanti Abeyasingha
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Vivek Anathan (Volunteers for International Solidarity)
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: A.T. and Neetha Ariyaratne (Lanka Jatika Sarvodaya Shramadana Sangamaya, Inc.)
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Eelam Tamils Association of America
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: James A. Fergin

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Contact/s in Sri Lanka: M.K. Jeevagathas (Nonviolent Direct Action Group), 1980s
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: M.K. Jeevagathas, 1990s
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: M.K. Jeevagathas, 2000-2009
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Smita Kumar
Contact/s in Sri Lanka/U.S.: T. Kumar
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Kumar Education Support Committee (re: asylum etc. for Thambydurai Muthukumaraswamy)
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Kumar Education Support Committee (Sivaganavalli Gulendran)
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Kumar Education Support Committee (T. Kumar)
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Kumar Education Support Committee (P. Muthukumaraswamy)
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Kumar Education Support Committee (Ravi Kumar)
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Nonviolent Direct Action Group
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Michael Rodrigo
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: K. Sachithananthan
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Jeevagathas Sanjeevan
Contact/s in Sri Lanka: Vinasathamby Sundram Thurairaja (Nonviolent Direct Action Group)
Contact/s in Sri Lanka and Thailand: nonviolence training/movement, 1980s
Contact/s in Sweden: Ratna and Perrti Holpaien
Contact/s in Tanzania: Gimoro Laker-Ojok (political refugee from Uganda)
Contact/s in Tanzania: Linda Nunes
Contact/s in Thailand: miscellaneous
Contact/s in Thailand: Asian Cultural Forum on Development (Sulak Sivaraksa)

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Contact/s in Thailand: Coordinating Group on Religion in Society
Contact/s in Thailand: International Network of Engaged Buddhists
Contact/s in Thailand: Yeshua and Anitra Moser-Puangsuwan
Contact/s in Thailand: Sulak Sivaraksa, 1975-1983, 1987-1988
Contact/s in Thailand: Sulak Sivaraksa, 1990-1994
Contact/s in Thailand: Sulak Sivaraksa, 1995-2005
Contact/s in Thailand: Sulak Sivaraksa, 2007-2009
Contact/s in Uganda(?): Rita Laker-Ojok
Foreign contacts: international address book (section 1)
Foreign contacts: international address book (section 2)
Foreign contacts: international address book (section 3)

SERIES E: REFERENCE MATERIAL
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Civilian Public Service (CPS)
Earle Reynolds and The Phoenix, 1959
Civil Rights
Mss. "Nonviolence in the Current Civil Rights Struggle" by Jim Vaughan, 1964
Peace and Nonviolence
Bibliographies re: nonviolence
Amram Project ("Amram Mfg. Co: a report on the War Makers of Vineland, New Jersey")
Dynamics of war and peace (Richard Hathaway - Goddard College)
Term Paper: "The Second Philadelphia Experiment: A Resource of Mobilization Theory Analysis of Movement for a New Society" by Dr. Elizabeth R. Mullins, 1990
Mss. "A Dictionary of Nonviolent Action and Civilian Defense" by Gene Sharp, 1969
"Diablo Canyon Blockade/Encampment Handbook"
Mss. "Janeal's Week in Jail" 2004 [for civil disobedience at Federal Building, Philadelphia CPA, March 20, 2003]
Friends (Quakers) in Pennsylvania and surrounding states
Simple living
Miscellaneous

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Australia: booklet "Challenging Bureaucratic Elites," 1997
Cambodia
"A manual for instructors and organizers of Shantisena: Indian Peace Bridge" by Narayan Desai
India: "Aspects of Western Peace Movement - Report of a Visit" by Rajiv Vora, undated (Gandhi Peace Foundation)
Women in India
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Peace Brigades International, 1980s
Peace Brigades International, 1990s
Peace Brigades International: Central America Project
Peace Brigades International: Colombia Project
Peace Brigades International: East Timor
Peace Brigades International: USA

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Mss, "A Manual for Youth Festival" [in India?]
Puerto Rico: Culebra actions, circa 1970 [1]
Puerto Rico: Culebra actions, circa 1970 [2]
Puerto Rico: Culebra actions, circa 1970 [3]
Puerto Rico: Culebra actions, circa 1970 [4]



2012 ACCESSION

SERIES A: BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
Box 1
George and Lillian: marriage certificate, 1940 [hand-printed, with signatures by attendees of wedding]
George and Lillian: guestbook / address book / journal / notes, ca. 1981-1996
George and Lillian: 70th anniversary year guestbook, 1984-1985; guestbook / address book / journal / notes, ca. 1984-2001
George and Lillian: guestbooks, ca. 2008-2009
George and Lillian (and children/grandchildren): family calendar with pictures, 2009
George: memorial [bulletin/program?] to/for George, 2010 (January)
Lillian: journal kept, 1987 (August 2 - September 5) and 1990 (January 29-30)
Lillian: letters of sympathy received re: her death
Lillian: memorial service -- list of attendees; program
Lillian: tributes given at memorial service (and beyond?)
Lillian: marriage certificate of her parents (Sara and Verlin Pemberton), 1914 [hand-printed, with signatures by attendees of wedding]
Lillian: report etc. by her parents of time spent at AFSC work camp(?) in Mexico, 1956-1957
Lillian: journal kept by her mother (Sara Pemberton) while in Mexico, 1956 (November) - 1957 (March)
Lillian: obituary of her mother, 1967

SERIES B: CORRESPONDENCE
Box 1 (cont.)
Correspondence Between George and Lillian
Lillian: letters to George, 1940-1941

Box 2
Correspondence Between George and Lillian
Lillian: letters to George, 1942
Lillian: letters to George, 1943 (June-August)
Correspondence With Family
Letters from daughter Sharon, 1958-1962
Letters from daughter Sharon, 1963-1964
General Correspondence (By Date)
Lillian: letters received, 1929-1934
Lillian: letters received, 1935-1938
Lillian: letters received from friend Gretchen, ca. 1929-1936
Lillian: letters received, ca. 1930s
George and Lillian: letters received, 1953-

SERIES C: WORK AND INVOLVEMENTS / SERIES D: FOREIGN TRAVEL, INVOLVEMENTS and CONTACTS
Box 2 (cont.)
George and Lillian: notes re:/from trainings given on nonviolence
George: Delhi-Peking Friendship Walk, 1963-1964 -- address book pages; record of slide images taken [not all of these slides still exist or are in this order anymore]
George and Lillian: miscellaneous items re: involvements, etc.



2013 ACCESSION

Box 1
George and Lillian: biographical information; media coverage
George and Lillian: 50 Anniversary Celebration, September 30, 1990
George and Lillian: correspondence
George and Lillian: property/house budgets; notes (of family meetings?); George's will
George and Lillian: memorial services
George and Lillian: guestbook signed (along with memories written) at George's memorial service, February 7, 2010
Alan et.al.: sympathy cards received upon George's death, 2010 (January-February)
Alan et.al.: sympathy cards received upon George's death, 2010 (January-February) (continued)
Alan et.al.: correspondence received
Alan and Sally: parties celebrating 60th birthdays
Reference material: mss. "The Quakers and Gandhi"



 

This document updated on May 1, 2014