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Scope and Content Manuscripts of talks and articles, organizational material for protest activities, newspaper and magazine clippings, press statements, photographs, and letters, including correspondence with Daniel and Philip Berrigan, Thomas Merton, James Forest, Dorothy Day, Thomas Cornell, George McGovern, and Robert F. Kennedy.
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, 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 Clippings, circulars, posters, handbills, position papers, and correspondence having to do with Catholic anti-war activities, 1969-1974; draft resisters; David Darst; the Catonsville Nine; the DC Nine; the Beaver Fifty-five; and St. Francis House, the commune to which Speltz belonged. Also protest buttons and banner.
Scope and Content Editorial correspondence (1964-1990), minutes and meeting material from the board of directors (1964-1976); publisher's files (1964-1985); financial and fundraising records (1964-1979); advertising and marketing records (ca. 1964-1977); audio and video tape recordings of an abortion debate between Daniel Maguire and James T. Burtchaell (9 February 1987); and photographs. Principle correspondents include editors Robert G. Hoyt, Arthur Jones, and Thomas C. Fox; publishers Michael...
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,...
- Nonviolence 2
- Pacifism 2
- Pacifists 2
- Peace 2
- Catholic Church -- Publishing 1
- Catholic literature 1
- Church and social problems -- Catholic Church 1
- Clippings (information artifacts) 1
- Conscientious objectors 1
- Government, Resistance to -- United States 1
- Letters. 1
- Publishers and publishing 1
- Spain -- History -- Civil War, 1936-1939. 1
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Protest movements -- United States. 1
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Conscientious objectors. 1 ∧ less
- Berrigan, Philip. 4
- Zahn, Gordon Charles, 1918- 3
- Berryman, Phillip. 2
- Burtchaell, James Tunstead. 2
- Catholic Peace Fellowship. 2
- Cornell, Thomas C. (Thomas Charles), 1934- 2
- Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980. 2
- Ellis, John Tracy, 1905- 2
- Greeley, Andrew M., 1928- 2
- Herr, Daniel C. 2
- Hoyt, Robert G. 2
- Kennedy, Eugene C. 2
- Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968. 2
- Scharper, Philip J. 2
- Andrews, James F. (James Frederick), 1936- 1
- Brennan, Frank (Frank E.). 1
- Camp Simon. 1
- Catholic Peace Fellowship 1
- Catonsville nine. 1 ∧ less