Nuclear disarmament -- United States -- History -- Sources
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, administrative files, financial records, flyers, newspaper clippings, reference files. Correspondents include Esther S. Frankel and Abraham Kaufman.
Committee for a Quaker Peace Witness; organized the November 1960 Washington Pilgrimage and two-day vigil at the Pentagon; chaired by Henry J. Cadbury; also called the Quaker Peace Witness Committee; work was continued by the Friends Witness for World Order
These are collected records of state and local nuclear freeze campaigns. Freeze was a grassroots movements which called for a bilateral freeze on the nuclear weapons buildup by the United States and the Soviet Union in the 1980s.
These records contain meeting minutes, financial records, correspondence, releases/literature, statistics, publicity and press coverage, address by Dorothy Hutchinson, delegation visits to President Kennedy and to ambassadors during Washington, D.C., and photographs.
Milton Lowenthal was an activist involved in peace and antinuclear movements in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, specifically those related to Three Mile Island and the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He was a sponsor of Japanese antinuclear artist Kazuaki Kita. This collection includes correspondence, financial records, manuscripts, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, reference files, and other memorabilia.