Friends National Peace Committee Collected Records, 1915-1917
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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Cadbury, Henry, and others
Friends National Peace Committee Collected Records
Language of Materials
Materials in English
2.5 linear feet [papers only]
A short-lived Quaker organization that promoted peace during World War I.
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Processed by Anne M. Yoder (Archivist), April 2017
[Identification of item], in the ___________ Friends National Peace Committee Collected Records, Swarthmore College Peace Collection
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A conference was called of all sectors of the Religious Society of Friends at Winona Lake (Indiana) in the summer of 1915. The group that attended formed the Friends National Peace Committee, which by 1917 had become the American Friends Service Committee. Henry J. Cadbury was Chair of the Executive Committee, whose main work was attempts to keep the U.S. out of the European war and a promotion of good-will to all. This was done through letter-writing as well as the advertisement in many newspapers of "A Message from the Religious Society of Friends..."
The collection is made up mostly of correspondence to and from Henry Cadbury.
- Photo of FNPC conference in Winona, Indiana (1915) removed to Photograph Collection
- "A Message from the Religious Society of Friends..." removed to Oversize Newspaper Ads and Oversize Documents
Detailed Description of the Collection
Lists of Advisory Committee
Publicity campaign "A Message from the Religious Society of Friends..."
Correspondence from peace leaders: Lucy Biddle Lewis; Allen D. Hole; Walter C. Longstreth; Robert C. Root; Isaac Sharpless; L. Hollingsworth Wood
Correspondence, 1917 (January-February)
Correspondence, 1917 (March)
Correspondence, 1917 (April-December); undated [1917?]
Lists of names from friends for mailing list and fundraising
This file was last updated on April 14, 2017 .