Kathleen Whitaker Sayre Collected Papers
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Born in England, Kathleen Whitaker Sayre (1884-1982) was an active member of the Fellowship of Reconciliation. A life-long antiwar activist, her writings and speeches dealt with neutrality in two world wars. She emigrated to the US during World War I and married John Nevin Sayre, who was also active in the F.O.R. Kathleen Sayre's other involvements included the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and the Rockland (N.Y.) County Peace Association (1930-1950).
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