James L. Tryon Collected Papers
Biographical / Historical
James Tryon was an assistant Secretary of the American Peace Society and later Secretary of the Massachusetts Peace Society. His main interest in the cause of peace was to popularize the Hague Conference movement for international arbitration within the legal profession. In 1912 he toured Europe and produced a diary of his travels called The Peace Movement in Europe.
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The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is not the official repository for the papers of this individual.
James Tryon's correspondence is in DG 55, World Peace Foundation records, 1937-1939.
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