Contains 22 Results:
Two letters to members of the society: one on the response to a questionaire re: direction of the activity of the Friedns Medical Society and another letter re: "request for physcians to care for American Indians in Southern Arizona"
This folder contains a wide variety of materials which seem to be related to a reactivation of the Society. Most of the documents are related to protests and medical intervention in the Vietnam War.
Letters to the officers and advisors of the Friends Medical Society. Subjects include the Society's annual meeting and the Society's statement on chemical and biological warfare
Includes: pamphlets and newsletters about the American Friends Service Committee's Algerian Resettlement Program; correspondence re: the possibility of involvement of the Friends Medical Society in the Resettlement Program
This folder focuses on alternative service for conscientious objectors. Included are lists of opportunities for work in approvied agencies in both the United States and in other countries. Additionally, there is correspondence re: conscientious objector physicians being asked to served at specific agencies or organizations.
Primarily consists of correspondence between various members of the AFSC and the Friends Medical Society. Most commonly is correspondence re: a request for placement of medical personnel in a specific location/job, but this folder also includes a summary of staff of the AFSC titled "Staff Placements 2/1/57-1/31/58" and a number of documents related to the conscription process and changes to the Draft Act
Includes minutes from the first annual meeting of the Society, 1951; the Community Service Newsletter, September 1967; minutes from the Annual Meeting, 1967; letters to the members with news about the annual meeting