Zahn, Gordon Charles, 1918-
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Correspondence and collected articles of Gordon Zahn, co-founder and director of the Center on Conscience and War; correspondence of the CCW staff, responding to inquiries and distributing printed material supporting the Center's cause. Correspondents include Bryan Hehir, Michael Dukakis, Sargent Shriver, and Catholic peace organizations, among them Pax Christi USA, the Commission on Catholic Community Action, and the United States Catholic Conference Department of Social Development and World...
Scope and Content Editorial correspondence (1976-1989), original manuscripts accepted for publication (1967-1984), unused articles (1979-1983), financial records (1926-1978), subscription lists (1979 and 1982-1983), and photographs. Also material on the Charles E. Curran controversy, Synods of Bishops (1984-1989), and editorial correspondence (1938) relating to the journal's controversial stand on the Spanish Civil War, along with copies of speeches and biographical notes (ca. 1930) by Michael...
Scope and Content Correspondence, printed matter, mimeographed reports, fliers, clippings, and a history of the American PAX Association by Eileen Egan, "Crime Against God and Man: the Struggle of the Small Vehicle, PAX"; with material on Christian nonviolence, on the Catholic just war doctrine and difficulties of Catholic conscientious objectors during the Vietnam War; including documentation of the PAX Tivoli Conferences at the Catholic Worker Farm and a few items pertaining to other issues of...
Dates: 1955-1999; bulk 1967-1971
Scope and Content Correspondence, memoranda, clippings, reports, and other papers; photocopies, brochures, printed ephemera, pamphlets, books, and other printed material; photographs, audio-visual material, and digital data; representing the career of Gordon Charles Zahn, especially his life-long efforts to promote peace, and his work in making known the life and martyrdom of Franz Jaegerstaetter. Papers include documentation of academic career, his writings, his life at Camp Simon as a...
Scope and Content Records of the American chapter of Pax Christi, including correspondence, financial and membership records, subject files, records relating to the American chapter's affiliation with Pax Christi International, files from the group's conferences and special projects, audio and video tapes, and photographs. Principle correspondents include Etienne de Jonghe, Eileen Egan, Joseph Fahey, Thomas Gumbleton, Gordon Zahn, Walter Grazer, Mary Ellen Jegen, Carol ter Maat, Gerard Vanderhaar,...
Scope and Content Records of the New York office of Sheed & Ward. Although the earliest documents in the collection date from 1933, the thirties and forties are not as well represented as the fifties and sixties. The collection consists of files from the editorial department, files from the publicity department, photographs, and printed material. The editorial department is represented by correspondence, 1948-1973; subject files, 1955-1973; rejection files, 1968-1970; foreign book files,...