Swarthmore College Peace Collection, 500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399; 610-328-8557


World War I Sources on Conscientious Objection
in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection
as of November 2016

By Anne M. Yoder, SCPC Archivist


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ONLINE RESOURCES BY SCPC STAFF



FOREIGN SOURCES
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Sources for images on this page, all of which belong to the Swarthmore College Peace Collection:
01/ Socialist Party Members [all C.O.s?] at Fort Douglas, Utah, October 20, 1919 (CDGA: Philip Caplovitz Collected Papers); S.P.M. Group (CDGA: Philip Caplovitz Collected Papers)
02/ Excerpt of letter by Mayer Goldstein, sent to the NYBLA (CDGA: New York Bureau of Legal Advice Collected Records)
03/ Four C.O.s sentenced to death before these were commuted to prison (Subject File: Conscientious Objection/Objectors)
04/ Prison patch worn by William Kantor (CDGA: William Marx Kantor Collected Papers)
05/ Solitary confinement cell at Fort Leavenworth USDB (CDGA: William Marx Kantor Collected Papers)
06/ Fenner Brockway, British C.O. (lantern slide from DG 053: Devere Allen Papers; scpcPhoto00713)

[This page last updated on October 23, 2017 ]