Guide to the San Francisco Women for Peace Records, 1943-[on-going]

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Guide to the San Francisco Women for Peace Records, 1943-[on-going]

Collection number: BANC MSS 89/132 c

The Bancroft Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California

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Collection Processed By:
Mary Morganti and completed by Elizabeth Konzak</
Date Completed:
July 2002
Finding Aid written by:
Elizabeth Konzak
© 2003 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Collection Title: San Francisco Women for Peace records,
Date (inclusive): 1943-[on-going]
Collection Number: BANC MSS 89/132 c
Compiler: Hamburg, Alice Grossman, Hazel
Extent: 19 cartons, 1 oversize folder 23.85 linear feet
Repository: The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Abstract: The San Francisco Women for Peace Records, 1943-[ongoing] contain materials from the San Francisco and East Bay branches of both Women for Peace and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. The collection documents yearly and extended campaigns for numerous issues including nuclear test bans, anti-Vietnam war protests, draft resistance, amnesty, citizen diplomacy, anti-ballistic missile bans, and conflict resolution in the Middle East and South America, as well as supporting progressive political candidates and legislature. The collection presents a panorama of the women's progressive movement in the Bay Area.
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has been assigned to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the appropriate curator or the Head of Public Services for forwarding. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and the copyright.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], San Francisco Women for Peace records, BANC MSS 89/132 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

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East Bay Women for Peace: The starting of the women's peace movement [videorecording] [Berkeley, Calif.: East Bay Women For Peace, 1993] VHS format. Motion picture 799 D. University of California, Berkeley. Bancroft.
East Bay Women for Peace: Newsletter. Berkeley, Calif.: East Bay Women for Peace. fF868.S156.9 W6.E3. The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Hamburg, Alice. Grass Roots: From Prairie to Politics: The Autobiography of Alice Sachs Hamburg. Creative Book Arts Company, Berkeley, CA. 2001.
Hamburg, Alice. Sam Hamburg, agricultural pioneer in California and Israel: a biography. Western Jewish History Center, Judah L. Magnes Museum. Berkeley, Ca. 1989.
International Peace Update: WILPF. [1995- ] Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Geneva, Switzerland). JX1901.P24 Main Library, University of California, Berkeley.
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San Francisco Women for Peace: Newsletter. fF869.S3.98.W6.S3. The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Swerdlow, Amy. Women Strike for Peace: traditional motherhood and radical politics in the 1960s. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL. 1993.
Women for peace / Harvey Richards. [videorecording] Oakland, Calif.: Estuary Press, 1991.VHS. Harvey Richards Film Collection. Peace movement films. Media Center VIDEO/C 2793. University of California, Berkeley.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. U.S. Section. Berkeley-East Bay Branch. [newsletter] (Mar 1990-) fJX1965.W644. The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
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Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Hamburg, Alice.
Grossman, Hazel.
Herring, Frances W.
Women Strike for Peace.
East Bay Women for Peace.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. U.S. Section. Berkeley-East Bay Branch.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. U.S. Section.
Nashim be-shahor (Organization : Israel).
Zene u crnom (Organization : Serbia, Yugoslavia).
Women and peace.
Peace movements.
Antinuclear movement.
Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975--Protest movements.
Hamburg, Alice.
Grossman, Hazel.
Herring, Frances W.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. U.S. Section. San Francisco Branch.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. U.S. Section. Berkeley-East Bay Branch.
Women Strike for Peace.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. U.S. Section.

Administrative Information

Provenance

The San Francisco Women for Peace Records were compiled by Alice Hamburg and Hazel Grossman. Hamburg and Grossman donated the original collection The Bancroft Library in 1988, including the collected papers of Frieda Wolff and Frances Herring. Alice Hamburg also donated her personal papers. Additions were donated in 1990, 1998 and 2001. Ann Spake donated additional material in 1999.

Background Information

The women's peace movement coalesced in the Bay Area around the founding of the San Francisco Women for Peace (WfP) by women from the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) in 1961. The national "parent" organization of WfP, known as Women Strike for Peace (WSP), was established at the same time. The San Francisco branches of WfP and WILPF have maintained a joint office, the Women's Peace Office ("the WPO") since 1962. The two group's membership and activities often overlapped, and the organizations often joined forces on numerous yearly and extended campaigns.
Many of the women in these groups developed their organizing skills working in labor and civil rights battles of the 1930's and 1940's, as well as defending against leftist witch-hunts by the federal and California governments in the 1940's and 1950's. WSP successfully defended itself against the United States Congress Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC) in 1962.
WfP began by campaigning intensely to stop aboveground atomic testing, and succeeded in only two years. Since that time, the group has struggled to achieve a Comprehensive Test Ban. The women have maintained continuous opposition to nuclear arms, holding annual Hiroshima vigils and campaigning against U.C. Berkeley's management of the Livermore and Los Alamos nuclear weapons labs. The women were among the first to protest at the Nevada nuclear weapons test site.
In the Vietnam era, WfP was continuously involved in protest throughout the war. WfP founded several coalitions and took action on their own. They planned programs, fundraised, and participated in marches, rallies and vigils. They aided draft resisters, fought for amnesty after the war, and worked for full diplomatic relations for post-war Vietnam. The San Francisco women influenced national coalitions, insisting that the entire spectrum of political affiliations be included in efforts opposing the war.
WfP has worked for peace and reconciliation in the Middle East since the late 1960's and protested U.S. intervention in Chile, Central America, and other countries. WfP were the first to participate in what became known as "citizen diplomacy" by exchanging visits with women in Vietnam and the USSR.
In the 1970's and 1980's WfP fought to redirect money from military to civilian use, and protested US intervention in Central America and Lebanon. They expanded the anti-nuclear protests to include nuclear power, supported SALT II (Strategic Arms Limitations Talks) and demonstrated against the US Navy's plan to "homeport" the cruise missile armed Missouri battleship in San Francisco.
Still active in the 1990's, although many of the women involved are octogenarians, WfP demonstrated against the Gulf War, supported housing for the homeless and fought for welfare rights, senior rights, and universal health care. The group continues to advocate for disarmament, responsible care of nuclear waste, social welfare and environmental policies.
Throughout the years, the women campaigned for progressive ballot measures and candidates in local, state, and national elections and were involved in neighborhood and city issues. WfP organized regular delegations to meet with elected officials in San Francisco and Sacramento, and maintained correspondence with their representatives and the administration in Washington. The organization has played a pivotal role in campaigns for peace, social justice, and the environment since 1961.

Scope and Content of Collection

The San Francisco Women for Peace Records, 1943-[ongoing] contain materials from the San Francisco and East Bay branches of both Women for Peace (WfP) and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). The collection documents the formation of WfP in 1961, yearly and extended campaigns for numerous issues including nuclear test bans, anti-Vietnam war protests, draft resistance, amnesty, citizen diplomacy, anti-ballistic missile bans, and conflict resolution in the Middle East and South America, as well as supporting progressive political candidates and legislature. The collection presents a panorama of the women's progressive movement in the Bay Area.
The collection was compiled by Hazel Grossman, a representative for San Francisco WfP, and Alice Hamburg, a representative the San Francisco WILPF. Grossman and Hamburg co-staffed the San Francisco Women's Peace Office (WPO) from 1961 until the early 1970's, where the San Francisco WfP and WILPF shared office space. Hamburg was also active in the East Bay branches of WfP and WILPF. Materials include newsletters, correspondence, statements, flyers, and clippings documenting activities such as lobbying efforts, assemblies, walks, and boycotts. The majority of the collection consists of material from the San Francisco WfP and their national organization, Women Strike for Peace (WSP) in many locations, the WfP and WSP names were used interchangeably. There are limited records from the East Bay WfP, the national WILPF, San Francisco WILPF, East Bay WILPF, the San Francisco WPO, and incomplete sets of newsletters. The collection also includes the papers of several notable women's peace activists: Alice Hamburg, Frieda Wolff, and Frances Herring.
Researchers may be interested in the office records of the WfP and WILPH, two of the first women's peace organizations, as well as information on campaigns for nuclear test bans, protesting the Vietnam war and aiding draft resisters, women's peace conferences, and local interest work.
A glossary of the acronyms used in the finding aid follows:
  • ABM Anti-Ballistic Missiles
  • MX "Missile eXperimental", Intercontinental thermonuclear missile, the "Peacekeeper" missile
  • NCUUA National Council for Universal Unconditional Amnesty
  • WfP Women for Peace
  • EB WfP East Bay Women for Peace
  • SF WfP San Francisco Women for Peace
  • WILPF Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
  • EB WILPF East Bay Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
  • SF WILPF San Francisco Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
  • WOSADA Women Organized for a Sane Approach to Drug Abuse
  • WPO Women's Peace Office, San Francisco office of the local WfP and WILPF
  • WSP Women Strike for Peace (National organization of WfP)

Container List

Carton 1, folders 1-30, Oversize folder.

SERIES 1: BACKGROUND AND ORGANIZATIONAL PAPERS, 1961-1990'S, n.d.

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically

Scope and Content Note

Contains documents relating to the creation and history of the organizations San Francisco Women for Peace (SF WfP), Women Strike for Peace (WSP), and San Francisco Women's International League of Peace and Freedom (SF WILPF). Also includes materials on the shared office of the San Francisco WfP and WILPF, and the San Francisco Women's Peace Office (WPO).
 

San Francisco Women for Peace

carton 1, folder 1

Beginnings, 1961 Oct.-Dec.

carton 1, folder 2

"Statement of Precedents", 1962, 1966

carton 1, folder 3-4

Chronologies, 1960-1983

carton 1, folder 5

Collections, n.d.

carton 1, folder 6

Publications, brochures, ads, and exhibitions, 1965-1986

carton 1, folder 7

Draft resistance committee scrapbook, ca. 1971

carton 1, folder 8

Historical information for the Vietnam Women's Association, 1984

carton 1, folder 9

Historical sketches by members, 1982, 1985

carton 1, folder 10

SF WfP/ SF Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (SF WILPF) Members meeting concerning relationship and Women's Peace Office (WPO), 1979

carton 1, folder 11

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) History and Chronology, 1980, 1995

carton 1, folder 12

SF WILPF History by Alice Hamburg, 1985-1986

carton 1, folder 13

Women's Peace Office (WPO) History: The Peace Movement in Transition, by Alice Hamburg, 1999

 

Women Strike for Peace (WSP)

carton 1, folder 14

National and local organizations beginnings, 1961

carton 1, folder 15

Women Strike for Peace, 1961-1979, 1979

carton 1, folder 16

WSP Coalitions, clippings, 1970's-1990's

carton 1, folder 17-30

WfP Newsclippings, 1978-1979

Oversize folder 1B

Disarmament Poster, 1961

Oversize folder 1B

Fast for Peace Poster, Fallout Shelter sign., n.d

Carton 1, folders 31-39, Carton 2, Carton 3, folders 1-23

SERIES 2: NEWSLETTERS, 1962-2000

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by organization and newsletter title.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of newsletters from a variety of local, regional, and national Women's Peace Organizations. The series is divided into four sub-series, Women for Peace (WfP), Women's Peace Office (WPO) and West Coast Women for Peace Newsletters, including materials from San Francisco, the East Bay, and other west coast cities. Women Strike for Peace East Coast, National and International Newsletters, which contains local newsletters from Philadelphia and east coast cities, national and international bulletins and legislative alerts. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom contains newsletters from San Francisco, East Bay and the national organization, and legislative bulletins. Other Newsletters, including other national peace organization's newsletters. Although the newsletters cover a range of years, they are not complete chronological sets.
 

Women for Peace, Women's Peace Office, and Local West Coast Organzation Newsletters

 

San Francisco Women for Peace

carton 1, folder 31-39

Newsletters [combined newsletter with East Bay WfP after 1983], 1962-1983

carton 2, folder 1

Mailing Instructions, 1982

carton 2, folder 2

Receipt Book, 1981-1982

carton 2, folder 3

Guide to Peace and Action, 1985-1987

carton 2, folder 4

Women's Peace Office, Peace Alert, 1987-1989

carton 2, folder 5-10

East Bay Women for Peace (EB WfP), 1993-1999

carton 2, folder 11

EB WfP and East Bay Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (EB WILPF), 1995-1999

carton 2, folder 12

WfP Los Angeles La WISP, 1962-1981

carton 2, folder 13

WfP Los Angeles No War Toys, 1966-1967

carton 2, folder 14

WSP Other West Coast Cities, 1963-1968

 

WSP Local East Coast, National, and International Newsletters

carton 2, folder 15

WSP Philadelphia, PA, 1965-1983

carton 2, folder 16

WSP Other East Coast Cities, 1963-1986

 

National Newsletters (Washington, D.C.)

carton 2, folder 17-18

National Information Memo, 1962-1964

carton 2, folder 19-23

Memo, 1964-1973

carton 2, folder 24

Legislative Newsletter, 1963-1964

carton 2, folder 25

Legislative Line, 1970

carton 3, folder 1-4

Legislative Alert, 1975-2000

carton 3, folder 5

Policy Papers for Thought and Discussion, 1962-1963

carton 3, folder 6

Issues for Discussion, 1963-1964

carton 3, folder 7

WSP and the United Nations, 1963

carton 3, folder 8

Peace Lines, 1983-1987

carton 3, folder 9

National Peace Education Bulletin, La Habre, California, 1965-1966

carton 3, folder 10

WSP International Clearing House, Evanston, IL, Quarterly Bulletin, 1963

 

WILPF Local, National, and International

carton 3, folder 11

San Francisco, 1992-1995

carton 3, folder 12

East Bay, 1987-1988

carton 3, folder 13

Other West Coast Cities, 1995

 

WILPF National

carton 3, folder 14-15

Peace and Freedom, 1997-2000

carton 3, folder 16

Pax et Libertas, 1987-1993

carton 3, folder 17

National Legislative Bulletin: Action Alert, Program Action, Program and Legislative Action, 1990-1991

carton 3, folder 18

WILPF International Peace Update, 1997-2000

carton 3, folder 19

WILPF International News, 1992

 

Other Newsletters

carton 3, folder 20-21

Women's Peace Movement Bulletin, 1962-1964

carton 3, folder 22

National Mobilization Committee, Mobilizer and New Mobilizer, 1968-1969

carton 3, folder 23

Center for Defense Information, The Defense Monitor, 1999-2000

Carton 3, folders 20-37, Carton 4-11, Carton 12, folders 1-18, Oversize folder.

SERIES 3: SAN FRANCISCO WOMEN FOR PEACE OFFICE RECORDS, 1962-1996

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically and hierarchically.

Scope and Content Note

Consists of San Francisco Women for Peace office records kept at the Women's Peace Office. Includes nationally distributed Women Strike for Peace materials as well as general local office records, correspondence, writings, and flyers. Also contains information on WfP conferences, activities, and coalitions, as well as the yearly and extended campaigns.
 

1962

carton 3, folder 24

General

carton 3, folder 25

Meeting Agendas, Notes

carton 3, folder 26

Bay Area Regional Meeting

carton 3, folder 27

National

carton 3, folder 28

First National Conference, Ann Arbor, MI

carton 3, folder 29-30

WSP and the House Un-American Activities Committee

carton 3, folder 31

International Conferences: Geneva, Accra, Quebec

carton 3, folder 32

Cuba and the Dominican Republic

carton 3, folder 33

Nuclear Test Ban, 1962-1963

 

1963

carton 3, folder 34

General, Photographs, The Story of Disarmament, 1945-1963

carton 3, folder 35

Meeting Agendas and Notes

carton 3, folder 36

Sacramento Lobby Days

carton 3, folder 37

Sacramento Hiroshima Walk

carton 4, folder 1

Bay Area Regional Meeting Minutes

carton 4, folder 2

California Conference, Asilomar, CA

carton 4, folder 3

Peace Education in Schools

carton 4, folder 4

National Conference, Midwest and East Coast Regional Conferences

carton 4, folder 5

Economic Conversion

carton 4, folder 6

Federal Tax Protest

carton 4, folder 7

International Conferences: Geneva, Rome

carton 4, folder 8

Policy regarding International Conference Attendance

 

1964

carton 4, folder 9

General, The German Problem: Roadblock to Disarmament

carton 4, folder 10

Bay Area Regional Meeting

carton 4, folder 11-12

National

carton 4, folder 13

Vietnam

carton 4, folder 14

Germany

carton 4, folder 15

Peace Education Committee

carton 4, folder 16-17

Women's Peace Force Conference, The Hague

carton 4, folder 18

Cold War Information by Frances Herring

carton 4, folder 19

NATO

 

1965

carton 4, folder 20

General

carton 4, folder 21

Sacramento Lobby Days

carton 4, folder 22

National

carton 4, folder 23

National Conference, San Francisco, including organizational materials

carton 4, folder 24

Other Cities

carton 4, folder 25

Civil Rights, Social Welfare

carton 4, folder 26

International Conference, Jakarta

carton 4, folder 27

Vietnam

carton 4, folder 28

National Vietnam

carton 4, folder 29

Vietnam Coalition

carton 4, folder 30

Toy Committee

carton 4, folder 31

National Toy Committee

 

1966

carton 4, folder 32

General

carton 4, folder 33

National

carton 4, folder 34

Other Cities

carton 4, folder 35

Vietnam

carton 4, folder 36

Vietnam Coalition

carton 4, folder 37

Toy Committee: San Francisco and Los Angeles

carton 4, folder 38

Boycott of Dow Chemical: San Francisco and National, 1966-1968

carton 4, folder 39

Committee of Responsibility

carton 4, folder 40

Port Chicago Peace Vigil, 1966-1968

 

1967

carton 4, folder 41

General

carton 4, folder 42

National

carton 4, folder 43

National Conference, Washington, D.C.

carton 4, folder 44

Other Cities

carton 4, folder 45

Vietnam

carton 4, folder 46

National Vietnam

carton 4, folder 47

Vietnam Coalition

carton 4, folder 48

Prop. P

carton 4, folder 49

Voices of Women International Conference

carton 4, folder 50

Toy Committee

carton 4, folder 51

Coalition Work

 

1968

carton 4, folder 52

General

carton 4, folder 53

National

carton 4, folder 54

National Conference, St. Louis

carton 4, folder 55

Vietnam

carton 4, folder 56

Other Cities: Vietnam

carton 4, folder 57

National: Vietnam

carton 4, folder 58

Vietnam Coalition: Bay Area and National

carton 4, folder 59

Civil Rights, Social Welfare

carton 5, folder 1-3

Toy Committee / Children's Peace Messages

carton 5, folder 4-5

Draft Resistance Movement

carton 5, folder 6

Draft Resistance: Bay Area Coalition

carton 5, folder 7

The Whitehorn Case [draft evasion case of the son of Evelyn Whitehorn, defended by Aubrey Grossman]

carton 5, folder 8

National Draft Resistance

carton 5, folder 9

GI Anti-war Movement Newsletter

carton 5, folder 10

International Women's Peace Conference on Vietnam, Berlin

 

1969

carton 5, folder 11

General, Photograph

carton 5, folder 12

National

carton 5, folder 13

Vietnam and Pamphlets: Statements by Minister Xuan-Thuy and South Vietnam Congress of People's Representatives for the Formation of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam

carton 5, folder 14

Other Cities: Vietnam

carton 5, folder 15

National Vietnam

carton 5, folder 16-17

Vietnam Coalition: Bay Area and National

carton 5, folder 18-20

Draft Resistance Coalition: Bay Area and National

carton 5, folder 21

Emergency Action Conference on Vietnam, Stockholm

carton 5, folder 22

Citizens Against Anti-Ballistic Missiles (ABM)

carton 5, folder 23

Bay Area Coalition, "Save Angel Island Campaign"

carton 5, folder 24

National ABM Campaign, Pamphlets: ABM: Point of No Return? and A Critique of the Safeguard ABM

carton 5, folder 25

Other Cities ABM Campaign

carton 5, folder 26-28

Printed and General Materials on ABM

 

1970

carton 5, folder 29

General

carton 5, folder 30

National

carton 5, folder 31

Vietnam

carton 5, folder 32

National Vietnam

carton 5, folder 33

Vietnam Coalition

carton 5, folder 34

National Coalition Against ABM

carton 5, folder 35

ABM Material

carton 5, folder 36

Draft Resistance

 

1971

carton 6, folder 1

General

carton 6, folder 2

National

carton 6, folder 3

Other Cities

carton 6, folder 4

Vietnam

carton 6, folder 5

National Vietnam

carton 6, folder 6

Regional Conference, Santa Barbara, CA

carton 6, folder 7

Bay Area Coalition

carton 6, folder 8

People's Coalition for Peace and Justice: Bay Area

carton 6, folder 9

Peace Action Coalition: National

carton 6, folder 10

Anti-Draft Movement

 

1972

carton 6, folder 11

General

carton 6, folder 12

National

carton 6, folder 13

National Conference, Santa Barbara, CA

carton 6, folder 14

Other Cities

carton 6, folder 15

Vietnam

carton 6, folder 16

National Vietnam

carton 6, folder 17-18

People's Coalition for Peace and Justice: Bay Area and National

carton 6, folder 19-20

Anti-Draft Movement, Bay Area and National

carton 6, folder 21

Medical Aid for Indochina Coalition

carton 6, folder 22

Coalition to Free South Vietnamese Political Prisoners

carton 6, folder 23

Nixon Impeachment

 

1973

carton 6, folder 24

General

carton 6, folder 25

National

carton 6, folder 26

Vietnam

carton 6, folder 27

National Vietnam

carton 6, folder 28

Draft Resistance

carton 6, folder 29-30

Campaign for Amnesty: Bay Area and National Coalitions

carton 6, folder 31

Bay Area Coalitions: Domestic Action Coalition and 6th District Coalition

carton 6, folder 32

Medical Aid for Indochina Coalition

carton 6, folder 33

Chile

carton 6, folder 34

Israel/Palestine

carton 6, folder 35

Nixon Impeachment

carton 6, folder 36

National Nixon Impeachment

 

1974

carton 7, folder 1

General

carton 7, folder 2

National

carton 7, folder 3

Vietnam

carton 7, folder 4

Anti-Draft Movement

carton 7, folder 5

Coalition to Cut Military Spending: Bay Area

carton 7, folder 6

5th District Coalition: Bay Area

carton 7, folder 7

Coalition to Stop Funding the War: National

carton 7, folder 8

Campaign For Amnesty: National Coalition

carton 7, folder 9

Chile: Correspondence

carton 7, folder 10

Middle East, Israel/Palestine: Correspondence

carton 7, folder 11

Nixon Impeachment

 

1975

carton 7, folder 12

General

carton 7, folder 13

National

carton 7, folder 14

Nuclear Weapons

carton 7, folder 15

Vietnam and Cambodia

carton 7, folder 16

National Vietnam

carton 7, folder 17

National Council for Universal Unconditional Amnesty (NCUUA)

carton 7, folder 18

Coalition to Cut Military Spending: Bay Area

carton 7, folder 19

Coalition to Stop Funding the War: National

carton 7, folder 20

Middle East

carton 7, folder 21

Chile

carton 7, folder 22

World Congress for International Women's Year

carton 7, folder 23

Nuclear Weapons

 

1976

carton 7, folder 24

General

carton 7, folder 25

National

carton 7, folder 26

Visit to George Moscone

carton 7, folder 27

Vietnam, National Amnesty Week

carton 7, folder 28

Coalition to Cut Military Spending: Bay Area

carton 7, folder 29

University of California Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project: Bay Area Coalition

carton 7, folder 30

Nuclear Weapons

carton 7, folder 31

Chile

carton 7, folder 32

Bay Area Coalition for Chile

carton 7, folder 33

Israel/Palestine

 

1977

carton 8, folder 1

General

carton 8, folder 2

National

carton 8, folder 3

Vietnam

carton 8, folder 4

National Vietnam

carton 8, folder 5

Nuclear Weapons

carton 8, folder 6

Coalition to Cut Military Spending: Bay Area

carton 8, folder 7

University of California Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project: Bay Area Coalition

carton 8, folder 8

Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons: Petitions

carton 8, folder 9

Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons: Bay Area Coalition, and Meeting Minutes

carton 8, folder 10-11

Abalone Alliance: Bay Area Coalition

carton 8, folder 12

Chile

carton 8, folder 13

Israel/Palestine

 

1978

carton 8, folder 14

General

carton 8, folder 15

National

carton 8, folder 16

Vietnam

carton 8, folder 17

Nuclear Weapons

carton 8, folder 18

Coalition to Cut Military Spending: Bay Area

carton 8, folder 19

University of California Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project: Bay Area Coalition

carton 8, folder 20-21

Alliance for Survival: Bay Area Coalition, and Meeting Minutes

carton 8, folder 22

Israel/Palestine

carton 8, folder 23

Africa: Correspondence

 

1979

carton 8, folder 24

General

carton 8, folder 25

National

carton 8, folder 26

Vietnam

carton 8, folder 27

Nuclear Weapons

carton 8, folder 28

University of California Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project: Bay Area Coalition

carton 8, folder 29

Alliance for Survival: Bay Area Coalition

carton 8, folder 30

SALT II (Strategic Arms Limitation Talks part II) Treaty, US and USSR

carton 8, folder 31

Resolution Ending SALT II

carton 8, folder 32

Israel/Palestine

carton 8, folder 33

Middle East: Iranian Crisis

Oversize folder 1B

Declaration for the Rights of the Child Poster

 

1980

carton 9, folder 1

General

carton 9, folder 2

National

carton 9, folder 3

WILPF publication: Women's Needs and the Federal Budget: San Francisco, a Case Study

carton 9, folder 4

Nuclear Weapons / MX missiles

carton 9, folder 5

San Francisco Coalition for SALT II

carton 9, folder 6

Resolution and Petitions regarding SALT II

carton 9, folder 7

National Campaign for SALT II

carton 9, folder 8

"Survival Summer" Alliance for Survival: Bay Area Coalition

carton 9, folder 9

Israel/Palestine

carton 9, folder 10

Middle East: Iranian Crisis

 

1981

carton 9, folder 11

General

carton 9, folder 12

National

carton 9, folder 13

Nuclear Weapons / MX missiles

carton 9, folder 14

San Francisco Coalition for SALT II

carton 9, folder 15

University of California Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project and Livermore Action Group

carton 9, folder 16

Central America

 

1982

carton 9, folder 17

General

carton 9, folder 18

National

carton 9, folder 19

Nuclear Weapons

carton 9, folder 20

"I Refuse To Be One of the 20 Million Acceptable Dead" Campaign

carton 9, folder 21

Israel/Palestine

carton 9, folder 22

Central America

 

1983

carton 9, folder 23

General

carton 9, folder 24

National

carton 9, folder 25

Nuclear Weapons / Civil Defense

carton 9, folder 26

University of California Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project, Livermore Action Group

carton 10, folder 1

Israel/Palestine

carton 10, folder 2

Central America

 

1984

carton 10, folder 3

General

carton 10, folder 4

National

carton 10, folder 5-6

Committee for Justice, Van Luy assassination

carton 10, folder 7

Nuclear Weapons / Civil Defense

carton 10, folder 8

Missouri Campaign

carton 10, folder 9

Coalition for a Safe Bay/ Nuclear Free Zones

carton 10, folder 10

Israel/ Palestine/ Lebanon

carton 10, folder 11

Central America

 

1985

carton 10, folder 12

General

carton 10, folder 13

National

carton 10, folder 14

Nuclear Weapons

carton 10, folder 15-16

Missouri Campaign/ Cruise/ Homeporting

carton 10, folder 17

Coalition for a Safe Bay

carton 10, folder 18

Israel/ Palestine/ Lebanon

carton 10, folder 19

Middle East

carton 10, folder 20

Iran/Contra

carton 10, folder 21

Central America

carton 10, folder 22

Women for a Meaningful Summit

 

1986

carton 10, folder 23

General

carton 10, folder 24

National

carton 10, folder 25

Nuclear Weapons

carton 10, folder 26

Missouri Campaign

carton 10, folder 27

Missouri/ Cruise/ Homeporting

carton 10, folder 28

Coalition for a Safe Bay

carton 10, folder 29

Israel/ Palestine

carton 10, folder 30

Middle East

carton 10, folder 31

Central America

Oversize folder 1B

Award: Court of Honor, San Francisco Board of Supervisors

 

1987

carton 10, folder 32

General

carton 10, folder 33

National

carton 10, folder 34

Nuclear Weapons

carton 11, folder 1

Missouri Campaign

carton 11, folder 2

Missouri/ Cruise/ Homeporting

carton 11, folder 3

Missouri Lawsuits: Aubrey and Hazel Grossman, Ethel Sanjines for WfP

carton 11, folder 4

Coalition for a Safe Bay

carton 11, folder 5

Israel/ Palestine; "Breaking the Silence" Conference, Jan 25, co-sponsored by WfP and WILPF

carton 11, folder 6

Middle East

carton 11, folder 7

Central America

 

1988

carton 11, folder 8

General

carton 11, folder 9

3rd Session on Disarmament, June 11 rally

carton 11, folder 10

Missouri Campaign

carton 11, folder 11

Missouri/ Cruise/ Homeporting

carton 11, folder 12

Coalition for a Safe Bay / No on S

carton 11, folder 13

Israel/ Palestine; Prop W

carton 11, folder 14

Middle East

 

1989

carton 11, folder 15

General

carton 11, folder 16

Missouri/ Base Closings/ Presidio

carton 11, folder 17

Coalition for a Safe Bay / Presidio

carton 11, folder 18

Israel/ Palestine

carton 11, folder 19

WOSADA: Women Organized for a Sane Approach to Drug Abuse

 

1990

carton 11, folder 20

General

carton 11, folder 21

Israel/ Palestine; Women in Black

carton 11, folder 22

Middle East

carton 11, folder 23

Gulf War

carton 11, folder 24

WOSADA

 

1991

carton 11, folder 25

General (including Assembly for the Sake of the Children)

carton 11, folder 26

Israel/ Palestine; Women in Black

carton 11, folder 27

Gulf War

 

1992

carton 11, folder 28

General

carton 11, folder 29

Middle East

carton 12, folder 1

Yugoslavia; Women in Black

 

1993

carton 12, folder 2

General

 

Hazel Grossman and Karen Talbot arrest trial, 1993-1994

carton 12, folder 3

WSP correspondence and memos

carton 12, folder 4-6

Attorney correspondence and legal documents

carton 12, folder 7

Israel/Palestine; Women in Black

carton 12, folder 8

Yugoslavia; Women in Black

carton 12, folder 9

Haiti

 

1994

carton 12, folder 10

General

carton 12, folder 11

Israel/Palestine; Women in Black

carton 12, folder 12

Ex-Yugoslavia

carton 12, folder 13

Haiti

 

1995

carton 12, folder 14

General

carton 12, folder 15-16

Yugoslavia/ Bosnia

 

1996

carton 12, folder 17

General

carton 12, folder 18

Ex-Yugoslavia

Carton 12, folders 19-29, Cartons 13-14, Carton 15, folders 3-7.

SERIES 4: SAN FRANCISCO WOMEN FOR PEACE SUBJECT FILES, 1961-2001

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically by general subject or geographically.

Scope and Content Note

Files kept by Women for Peace for research on peace and social justice issues. Consists of an assortment of items for each subject, which may include printed materials, articles, information sheets, news and magazine clippings, notes, and newsletters.
 

Weapons

carton 12, folder 19-21

Nuclear Weapons, 1969-1982

carton 12, folder 22

Fallout Shelters, 1961-1963

carton 12, folder 23

Radiation and Iodine in Milk, 1961-1963

carton 12, folder 24

Disarmament, 1968-1969

carton 12, folder 25-29

ABM, 1969

carton 13, folder 1-7

ABM, 1969

carton 13, folder 8-9

MX Project, 1977-1980

carton 13, folder 10

Chemical Weapons, 1982-1986

carton 13, folder 11

Military Toxins Legacy, 1993

carton 13, folder 12-13

Star Wars, 1981-1986

 

Southeast Asia, Indonesia

carton 13, folder 14-16

Vietnam, 1962-1968

carton 13, folder 17

Southeast Asia, 1978-1979

carton 13, folder 18

East Timor, 1980

 

Middle East, Ex-Yugoslavia

carton 13, folder 19-20

Israel/Palestine, 1974-1990's

carton 14, folder 1-4

Israel/Palestine, 1974-1990's

carton 14, folder 5

Iran, 1979-1980

carton 14, folder 6-12

Middle East, 1970's-1990's

carton 14, folder 13-17

Ex-Yugoslavia, 1990-1995

 

Central America

carton 14, folder 18-19

Central America, 1991-1994

carton 14, folder 20

Chile, 1974-1976

carton 14, folder 21

Haiti, 1993-1995

 

United States

carton 14, folder 22-24

General, 1980's-1990's

carton 14, folder 25

Drug Wars, 1989-1990

carton 14, folder 26

Native Americans, 1985, 1995

carton 14, folder 27

Child Poverty, 1991-1992

carton 14, folder 28

Multi-national Corporations, 1981

carton 15, folder 1-2

Economy, Free Trade, 1992-1993

carton 15, folder 3

Military Budget, 1978

carton 15, folder 4

CIA, 1975, 1984

carton 15, folder 5

Right Wing, 1992-1994

carton 15, folder 6

White Supremacists, 1984, 1994

carton 15, folder 7

Women, 1993

Carton 15, folders 8-13.

SERIES 5: WOMEN'S PEACE OFFICE RECORDS, n.d.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Joint office materials recording activities and yearly or extended campaigns of the Women for Peace (WfP) and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). Includes flyers, correspondence, and notes.
carton 15, folder 8-11

Activities and Campaigns, 1990-2000

carton 15, folder 12

Human Rights Activity, 1990's

carton 15, folder 13

Information on How to Organize, 1986, n.d.

Carton 15, folders 14-27.

SERIES 6: WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM (WILPF) RECORDS, n.d.

Arrangement

Arranged by location of organizational branch, then chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Further divided into three sub-series: National and Bay Area Region WILPF, San Francisco WILPF, and East Bay WILPF. Includes materials on activities and campaigns, as well as some office records.
 

National and Bay Area Region WILPF

carton 15, folder 14

National Brochures and Information Sheets, n.d.

carton 15, folder 15

National Correspondence and Brochures, 1999-2001

carton 15, folder 16-17

Bay Area Region Material, 1980-1993

 

San Francisco WILPF

carton 15, folder 18-21

Activities, Campaigns and Correspondence, 1961-1998

 

East Bay WILPF

carton 15, folder 22-24

Flyers, Articles and Clippings, 1961-1986

carton 15, folder 25-26

Correspondence, Activities and Campaigns, 1991-1995

carton 15, folder 27

Meeting Minutes, 1997-1998

Carton 15, folders 28-37, Carton 16, folders 1-4.

SERIES 7: EAST BAY WOMEN FOR PEACE RECORDS, n.d.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically and hierarchically.

Scope and Content Note

Contains correspondence, records, information sheets, flyers, and research from the East Bay branch of Women for Peace located in Berkeley. See also Series 10: Frances Herring Papers.
carton 15, folder 28

Flyers and Articles, n.d.

carton 15, folder 29

Clippings, Notes, Correspondence, 1961-1969

carton 15, folder 30

Research and Articles on Radiation, Fallout Shelters, and Disarmament, 1961-1965

carton 15, folder 31

Billboards and Bus Signs, 1976

carton 15, folder 32

Favorite Recipes from Peace Workers Around the World, ed. Mona Bazar, 1963

carton 15, folder 33-34

Flyers, and Notes and Correspondence, 1970-1987

carton 15, folder 35

Young Writers for Peace Essays, 1984

carton 15, folder 36

Comprehensive Test Ban Information, 1995

carton 15, folder 37

Flyers, Notes, Correspondence and Clippings, 1990-1998

carton 16, folder 1-4

Correspondence and Photograph, 1990-2000

Carton 16, folders 5-46, Carton 17, folders 1-52, Oversize folder.

SERIES 8: Alice Hamburg Papers, n.d.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically and hierarchically.

Scope and Content Note

Further divided into three sub-series: Personal Papers, Activities, and Individuals. Personal Papers include biographical information, writings, correspondence, speeches, awards, and tributes for Alice Hamburg, a noted peace activist who ran the San Francisco branch of WfP. Activities contains files on the many peace and social justice organizations she was involved with, consisting of a variety of materials such as correspondence, notes, newsletters, brochures, invitations, flyers and clippings. Individual files contain materials on notable peace and social justice activists such as Hazel Grossman, Ronald Dellums and many others. Individual files may include information such as obituaries, tributes, correspondence, writings of the individual, clippings, articles, and printed materials.
 

Personal Papers

carton 16, folder 5

Biographical Materials, 1996-2001

carton 16, folder 6

Oral History Interview, 1986

carton 16, folder 7

Peace Dove Armband, n.d.

carton 16, folder 8-12

Writings, Correspondence with magazine, newsletter and newspaper editors, 1980-1993

carton 16, folder 13-16

Correspondence, n.d.

carton 16, folder 17-21

Speeches, n.d.

carton 16, folder 22-26

Awards and Tributes, 1997-2000

 

Activities

carton 16, folder 27

General Peace and Civil Rights Organizations Materials, Clippings, and Flyers, 1991-2001

carton 16, folder 28

Bay Area Organizations Materials, and Clippings, 1994-2001

carton 16, folder 29

Education: Parent Teacher Association, University of California Oath Controversy, 1999, n.d.

carton 16, folder 30

House Un-American Activities Committee, 1951-1952

carton 16, folder 31

Jewish Community Center Clippings, 1957-1958

carton 16, folder 32

Senior Citizen's Discussion Group, 1955-1957

carton 16, folder 33

Visits to/from Russia, Committee for Friendly International Visits, 1962-1963

carton 16, folder 34

Volga Peace Cruise, 1982

carton 16, folder 35

Women's Movement Clippings, n.d.

carton 16, folder 36

Nuclear Test Bans and Protests, Nuclear Power Protests, Nuclear Survivors Memorials, n.d.

Oversize folder 1B

The Great Peace Journey poster, 1986

carton 16, folder 37

China Trip, 1987

carton 16, folder 38

Mother's Day Protest at the Nevada Nuclear Test Site, 1987

carton 16, folder 39

Agape Foundation, 1989-1998

carton 16, folder 40-42

KPFA and Pacifica Radio, 1989-2000

Oversize folder 1B

KPFA/ Pacifica Radio 50th anniversary poster, 1998

carton 16, folder 43

California Ballot Measures Suggestions, 2000

carton 16, folder 44

Jewish Life, Israel/Palestine Materials and Clippings, n.d.

carton 16, folder 45

Deadly Nuclear Radiation Hazards USA Database by the Margaret Mahler Institute of the Gray Panthers, 1995

carton 16, folder 46

Global Exchange [includes travel to Cuba], 2000-2001

carton 17, folder 1

Abraham Lincoln Brigade Clippings, 1998, 2000

carton 17, folder 2

Free Speech Movement, n.d.

carton 17, folder 3

Vanguard Public Foundation and Vanguard Alliance, 2000

carton 17, folder 4

Women In Black [Middle East], 2000-2001

carton 17, folder 5

World Organizations: United Nations, World Trade Organization, World Bank, 2000-2001

carton 17, folder 6

Star Wars and Missile Defense Systems, 2001

carton 17, folder 7-8

September 11 and War on Terrorism Clippings, 2001

 

Individuals

carton 17, folder 9

Tributes and Obituaries written by Alice Hamburg, 1970-2000

carton 17, folder 10

Peace and Social Justice Activists, General, 2000-2001

carton 17, folder 11

Activists, Musicians, and Poets, 1990's

carton 17, folder 12

Addams, Jane, 1978-1997

carton 17, folder 13

Bayer Wolff, Dr. Leona, Ernst Wolff, 1994

carton 17, folder 14

Boyle, Kay, 1986, 1992

carton 17, folder 15

Cassuto, Nelda, 1995

carton 17, folder 16

Cody, Pat, Fred Cody, and Cody's Books, 1992, 1999

carton 17, folder 17-18

Dellums, Ronald and the Ronald Dellums Chair in Peace and Conflict Studies, UC Berkeley, 2000-2001 n.d.

carton 17, folder 19

Duckles, Madeline, and Vincent Duckles, 1985, n.d.

carton 17, folder 20

Goldman, Emma, 1998, 2000

carton 17, folder 21

Goodlett, Carlton, 1997

carton 17, folder 22-24

Grossman, Hazel, and Grossman, Aubrey , 1967-2000

carton 17, folder 25

Hallinan, Vivian, Vincent Hallinan, and Terrence Hallinan, 1992, 1999

carton 17, folder 26-27

Herring, Frances, 1991-1993

carton 17, folder 28

King, Martin Luther, and King, Coretta Scott 1927-, 1967-1993

carton 17, folder 29

Lange, Dorthea, 1995, 1999

carton 17, folder 30

Laub, Edith, 1986

carton 17, folder 31

Lee, Barbara, 2001

carton 17, folder 32

Lee, Ying, 1977

carton 17, folder 33

Marks, Carolyna, 1997-1998

carton 17, folder 34

Maxwell, Enola, 1986, 1992

carton 17, folder 35

Mayer, Ollie , 1962

carton 17, folder 36

Florence and Warden McDonald Fund, 1991-1997

carton 17, folder 37

McDonald, Grace, 1989, n.d.

carton 17, folder 38

McDonald, Country Joe, 1942-, 1996-2000

carton 17, folder 39

Mead, Terri, Miller, Ellen and Mines, Libby, 1987, n.d.

carton 17, folder 40

Packard, Emmy Lou, 1994, 1998

carton 17, folder 41

Pauling, Ava Helen, and Pauling, Linus , 2001, n.d.

carton 17, folder 42

Philipsborn, Gina, 1962, 1968

carton 17, folder 43

Reynolds, Malvina, 1974, n.d.

carton 17, folder 44

Richards, Alice, and Richards, Harvey , 2000-2001

carton 17, folder 45

Robeson, Paul, 1898-1976, 1997-1998

carton 17, folder 46

Rowell, Margaret, n.d.

carton 17, folder 47

Swerdlow, Amy, 1985-1986

carton 17, folder 48

Tandy, Frances, and Trupin, Sophie , 1981, 1985

carton 17, folder 49

Titov, Ghermain [Cosmonaut], 1962-1963

carton 17, folder 50

Treuhaft, Decca (Jessica Mitford), and Robert Treuhaft, 1991-1993

carton 17, folder 51

Yoneda, Karl, and Yoneda, Elaine Black , 1988, 1991

carton 17, folder 52

Zane, Esther G., 1993

Carton 17, folders 53-57.

SERIES 9: FRIEDA WOLFF PAPERS, 1980-1987

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically.

Scope and Content Note

Includes obituaries and tributes for Frieda Wolff, information on the Frieda Wolff Health Services Fund and clippings on health care and the Spanish Civil War.
carton 17, folder 53

Obituary and Tributes, 1984-1985

carton 17, folder 54

Frieda Wolff National Health Service Fund, 1983-1987

carton 17, folder 55

Correspondence from Contributors to Frieda Wolff National Health Service Fund, 1983-1984

carton 17, folder 56

Health Care: Newsclippings, 1984-1987

carton 17, folder 57

Spanish Civil War, Abraham Lincoln Brigade: Newsclippings, memorabilia, 1980-1985

Cartons 18-19.

SERIES 10: FRANCES HERRING PAPERS, n.d.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Further divided into five sub-series: East Bay Women for Peace, containing records from the Berkeley office, Correspondence and biographical information, Committees and Activities, Conferences, and Subject Files. The materials document Herring's extensive involvement in the local, national, and international peace movement. See also Series 4: Peace and Social Justice Activists Files, and Series 7: EB WfP Records.
 

East Bay Women for Peace: Berkeley Office Records

carton 18, folder 1-2

Office Records, 1961-1962

carton 18, folder 3

Radiation Committee, 1962

carton 18, folder 4

WfP documentary film information, 1962-1963

carton 18, folder 5

Office Records, 1965-1967

 

Correspondence, Biographical Materials

 

Correspondence

carton 18, folder 9

Support for WfP's call for disarmament (including telegram from Eleanor Roosevelt), 1961

carton 18, folder 10

Pt. Hon. Philip Noel-Baker, 1961-1964

carton 18, folder 11

Japan, 1962-1970

carton 18, folder 12

From Vietnam, 1965

carton 18, folder 13

To Vietnamese Women, 1984

carton 18, folder 14

Women's Peace Oral History Project, 1985

carton 18, folder 15

Women's Peace Oral History Project: Frances Herring Project, 1985

carton 18, folder 16

Tribute to Frances Herring by Alice Hamburg, 1984-1987

 

Committees and Activities

carton 18, folder 17

Talk by Frances Herring, n.d.

carton 18, folder 18

"Humor - a tool against madness," collected materials, n.d.

carton 18, folder 19

Peace talks and lectures, 1958-1961

carton 18, folder 20

Statement to California Assembly Committee on Radiation, 1960, Oct.

carton 18, folder 21

WILPF "Prescription for Survival", 1961 Apr.

carton 18, folder 22

"Demand Disarmament Day" Initiative, 1962

carton 18, folder 23

"Heroic South Vietnam" documentary, 1963

carton 18, folder 24

Ad Hoc Committee on the Triple Revolution, 1964

carton 18, folder 25

Statements from American POW's, ca.1964

carton 18, folder 26

American Soldiers' graves photographs, Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, C, 1966

carton 18, folder 27

Jeanette Rankin brigade, 1967-1968

carton 18, folder 28

Wayne Green case, 1969

carton 18, folder 29

Amchitka Nuclear Testing, 1969

carton 18, folder 30-31

Chemical and Biological Warfare Committee and Research, 1969

carton 18, folder 32-33

Draft Resistance, 1972, n.d.

carton 18, folder 34

Materials for WSP Study Group, 1986

 

Conferences

carton 18, folder 35

Oslo Conference on Nuclear Weapons, 1961 May

carton 18, folder 36

Bryn Mawr Conference on Disarmament with Russian Women, 1961 Nov.

carton 18, folder 37

"The Geneva trip of Women for Peace" album of clippings (photocopy), 1962 Apr.

carton 18, folder 38

Accra Assembly "The World without the Bomb", Ghana, 1962 June

carton 18, folder 39

Accra Assembly Photographs, 1962 June

carton 18, folder 40

WfP / WSP First Annual Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, 1962 June

carton 19, folder 1

WILPF 15th International Congress, Asilomar, CA, 1962 July

carton 19, folder 2

Voice of Women Conference, Montreal, 1962 Sept.

carton 19, folder 3

World Council Meeting, Vienna, 1962 Dec.-1963 Jan.

carton 19, folder 4

Peace Issues Conference, San Francisco, 1963 Mar.

carton 19, folder 5

Meeting in Tokyo with Japanese activists, 1965

 

International Conference, Jakarta, 1965

carton 19, folder 6

Preparation

carton 19, folder 7

Endorsements

carton 19, folder 8

Notes

carton 19, folder 9

General Correspondence

carton 19, folder 10

Correspondence with Women

carton 19, folder 11

Correspondence Home

carton 19, folder 12

Follow up

carton 19, folder 13

Photographs

carton 19, folder 14

Speeches and Lectures on the International Conference, Jakarta, 1965-1966

carton 19, folder 15

Visit to London, 1965

 

Subject Files

carton 19, folder 16

Atomic testing and shelters, 1958-1961

carton 19, folder 17-18

Fallout Shelters, printed material and clippings, 1961

carton 19, folder 19

Vietnam Booklets, 1965

carton 19, folder 20-22

Chemical and Biological Warfare, 1969

carton 19, folder 23

Soviet Disarmament proposals, 1982-1985

carton 19, folder 24

Soviet Threat, 1984-1985

carton 19, folder 25

Military Superiority, 1984-1985

carton 19, folder 26

War Psychology, 1984-1985

carton 19, folder 27

Sourcebook on Star Wars and a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, 1986