The collections cover peace movements in the United States and Europe during World War I and the interwar period. Among them are the papers of pacifist Alice Park and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Alfred Fried. The library holds many rare pamphlets issued by peace organizations. Other archival collections concern disarmament and peace movements in the Vietnam War era.
IRWIN ABRAMS PAPERS - US educator; director, foreign service training, American Friends Service Committee, 1943–46
FELLOWSHIP OF RECONCILIATION RECORDS - US nondenominational pacifist organization
ALFRED HERMANN FRIED PAPERS - Austrian pacifist; winner, Nobel Peace Prize, 1911
GEORGE DAVIS HERRON PAPERS - Unofficial adviser to President Woodrow Wilson
WOLFGANG JANISCH PAPERS - East German artist and peace activist
DAVID STARR JORDAN PAPERS - US educator and pacifist; president, Stanford University, 1891 –1913
GUENTER LEWY COLLECTION - Miscellaneous materials related to pacifist groups in the United States and Germany
ALICE PARK PAPERS - US pacifist and feminist; member, Henry Ford Peace Ship expedition, 1915
ROSIKA SCHWIMMER PAPERS - Hungarian pacifist and feminist
WORLD WITHOUT WAR COUNCIL RECORDS - US nonprofit organization that promoted peace
PEACE SUBJECT COLLECTION - Miscellaneous materials
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