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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Jane Addams papers

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00001
Abstract

Founder, Hull House, Chicago; pacifist; labor organizer; settlement house worker; and women's rights advocate. The Addams papers contain primarily published material and duplicates of materials from the Swarthmore Peace Collection. Included are articles, books, memorials, and memorabilia about Addams, as well as writings and speeches by her. There is a small amount of original correspondence, plus photographs and drawings of Jane Addams and Hull House.

Dates of Materials: 1904 - 1960; Majority of material found within 1904-1936

Jessie Lloyd O'Connor papers

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00254
Abstract Jessie Lloyd O'Connor was a journalist, social reformer and political activist. She worked as a reporter for Federated Press. Her extensive writings, notes, and correspondence document the labor strikes she covered in Kentucky and North Carolina and her work on civil rights, civil liberties and women's rights. O'Connor served and supported numerous progressive organizations, including the American League Against War and Fascism and the ACLU. Other materials include family biographical files;...
Dates of Materials: 1823 - 1989

Madeleine Z. Doty papers

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00049
Abstract Lawyer, journalist, suffragist, prison reformer, pacifist and teacher. Papers include writings (including unpublished autobiography), memorabilia, diaries, and manuscripts. Photographs include Mahatma Gandhi, George Bernard Shaw, Maksim Gorky, and Aleksandr Kerensky. The bulk of the collection is correspondence, which includes Jane Addams, Roger Baldwin, Norman Douglas, Theodore Dreiser, Harry Emerson Fosdick, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, John Galsworthy, Judge Ben Lindsey, Salvador de...
Dates of Materials: 1880-1984

Peace collection

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00437
Abstract Peace activists. The Peace Collection is comprised largely of published materials documenting the work of women's peace activism from the early nineteenth century to the 1980s. The bulk of the collection dates from 1925 to 1977 and focuses on U.S. and international peace organizations, and individual women leaders in peace movements. Types of material include organizational records, newspaper clippings, articles, periodicals, pamphlets, flyers, biographical articles, writings,...
Dates of Materials: 1825-1984

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Peace movements 3
World War, 1914-1918 -- Protest movements 3
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