Swarthmore College Peace Collection, 500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081 U.S.A.

 

AN EXHIBIT OF PHOTOGRAPHS OF LEADERS AND
SUPPORTERS OF THE AMERICAN PEACE SOCIETY

From the American Peace Society Collection

 

Noah Worcester, Author (1814) of A Solemn Review of the Custom of War
William Ladd, Founder (1828) of the American Peace Society

Judge William Jay, President (1848-1858)
of the American Peace Society

2.75" x 4.5" half-tone
3.5" x 5" half-tone
3.75" x 5.5" half-tone
exhibit image #1
exhibit image #2
exhibit image #3

 

Joshua L. Baily, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Vice President (1895-1916) of the American Peace Society
Hon. Richard Bartholdt, Washington, D.C.; Vice President (1906-1911) and Director (1911-1916) of the American Peace Society
Monsieur de Beaufort
Senator Theodore E. Burton, Cleveland, Ohio; Vice President (1907-1911) and President (1911-1916, 1924-?) of the American Peace Society
4" x 6" cabinet card
4" x 5" half-tone
4" x 6" cabinet card
4" x 5" half-tone
exhibit image #4
exhibit image #5
exhibit image #6
exhibit image #7

Arthur Deerin Call, Washington, D.C.; Director (1910-1916) of the American Peace Society
John H. De Forest in 1910, Sendai, Japan; Vice President (1908-1911) of the American Peace Society
Dr. W. Evans Darby, Secretary of the English Peace Society, holding the National Memorial for Arrest of Armaments with 54,390 signatures, plus signatures representing 130,729 persons
4" x 6" photograph
3.75" x 5.5" photograph, mounted
9" x 8.5" photograph, mounted
exhibit image #8
exhibit image #9
exhibit image #10

J.C.N. van Eys, General Secretary of First Hague Peace Conference, The Hague, Netherlands, 1899
Monsieur La Fontaine (Senator of Belgium?)
Edwin Ginn in ca. 1914, Boston, Massachusetts; Director (1901-1903) and Vice President (1903-1914) of the American Peace Society
Dr. James J. Hall, Atlanta, Georgia; Director (1914-1919) of the American Peace Society
4" x 6" cabinet card
4" x 5.5" photograph
4" x 5" half-tone
3.5" x 5.5" photograph, mounted
exhibit image #11
exhibit image #12
exhibit image #13
exhibit image #14

Baron Hayashi, Ambassador of Japan to St. Petersburg, and delegate of the Japanese government to the Peace Conference [The Hague, Netherlands, 1899?]
Angelo Mazzoleni, lawyer and peace activist
Count Nigra, Senator, Ambassador of Italy, 1st Plenipotentiary of Italy to Hague Conference [The Hague, Netherlands, 1899?]
Frederic Passy, Founder of International Peace League / French Peace Society, and Co-Founder of Inter-Parliamentary Union for Arbitration and Peace
4" x 6" cabinet card
4" x 6" cabinet card
4" x 4.5" photograph
4.5" x 6" heliogravure
exhibit image #15
exhibit image #16
exhibit image #17
exhibit image #18

Priscilla H. Peckover, Founder of Wisbech Local Peace Association, England
Robert C. Root, Agent & Director of the Pacific Coast Department (1908-1918) and Director (1918-1919) of the American Peace Society
Baroness Bertha von Suttner in 1904; Founder of Austrian Peace Society
7" x 9" tinted photograph, mounted
4" x 6" photograph
4" x 6" cabinet card
exhibit image #19
exhibit image #20
exhibit image #21

James Tryon (on right, with Benjamin Trueblood), Assistant Secretary (1908-1912) of the American Peace Society
Wilhelmina, Queen of the Netherlands [crowned in 1898]
3.25" x 2.25" photograph
5" x 7" photograph, mounted
exhibit image #22
exhibit image #23

Benjamin Trueblood, Bertha von Suttner, W. Evans Darby and others at 8th Universal Peace Congress, Hamburg, Germany, 1897
Benjamin Trueblood (4th from right), Frederic Passy (5th from right) and others at 10th Universal Peace Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, 1901
9" x 6.5" photograph, mounted
Close-Up from 14" x 10" photograph
exhibit image #24
exhibit image #25

Benjamin Truebood, Frederic Passy, Bertha von Suttner and others at 15th Universal Peace Congress, Milan, Italy, 1906
Benjamin Trueblood, Bertha von Suttner and others at 16th Universal Peace Congress, Munich, Germany, 1907
14.5" x 10" photograph
9" x 7" photograph, mounted
exhibit image #26
exhibit image #27

The deputation to the King during the 17th Universal Peace Congress, London, England, 1908

(l-r): Dr. Adolph Richter (Germany); Senator La Fontaine (Belgium); Joseph G. Alexander; Dr. Benjamin F. Trueblood (U.S.A.); Lady Courtney of Penwith; Ellen Robinson; Sir W.B. Bowring; Lord Courtney of Penwith; Felix Moscheles; Baroness Bertha von Suttner (Austria); Thomas P. Newman; Prof. L. Stein (Berne Bureau); Barrow Cadbury; Signor Teodor Moneta (Italy); Prof. Anesaki (Japan); M. Kemeny (Hungary); A.J. King, M.P.; Dr. Polak (Poland); and Harry S. Perris. [Others not on the photograph but who were present at the Congress: Dr. W. Evans Darby; Sir John T. Brunner, Bart., M.P; Sir William Mather; and Baron E. de Neufville (Germany)]

18th Universal Peace Congress, Stockholm, Sweden, 1910
Benjamin Trueblood and others at 19th Universal Peace Congress, Geneva, Switzerland, 1912
8.5" x 6.5" photograph
5.5" x 3.5" postcard photograph
15" x 8.5" photograph
exhibit image #28
exhibit image #29
exhibit image #30

 


All photographs are the property of the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. Permission must be gained from the Curator for any reproduction of the images. Click here for details.

For more information on this or other questions, contact Wendy Chmielewski, Curator, at wchmiel1@swarthmore.edu or call 610-328-8557.

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This page written by Anne Yoder, Archivist. Last updated June 24, 2010.

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