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As of October 1, 2019 the Peace Collection has resumed providing reproductions of images and documents for patrons unable to visit in person.

Jane Addams with American Delegation to International Conference of Women, The Hague, 1915

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History Teaches Us to Resist: How Progressive Movements Have Succeeded in Challenging Times,
by Mary Frances Berry

Harambee City: The Congress of Racial Equality in Cleveland
by Nishani Frazier

Pictured in photo collage: 1) Martin Luther King Jr. [SCPC photo; collection unknown]; 2) Esther Eichel picketing in front of White House for the release of her conscientious objector son, Seymour [half-tone image from newspaper clipping, Philadelphia Daily News, May 21, 1957; Eichel Family Papers (DG 131), Box 8]; 3) Stop War button [click here for more information]; 4) No More War demonstration, in Philadelphia? (PA), ca. 1920s [7" x 5" sepia cabinet card; Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Records (DG 043)]; 5) Jane Addams, ca. 1888-1892 [3" x 4" sepia photo; Jane Addams Papers (DG 001)];6) G.I. March, San Francisco, California, October 12, 1968 [10" x 8" black and white photograph, cropped; credit: Internews, Berkeley, California; Indochina Resource Center Records (DG 167)]

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