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Pacifism

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Catholic Peace Fellowship Records

 Fonds
Identifier: CPF
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.
Dates: 1962-1989.

Gordon Zahn Papers

 Fonds
Identifier: ZHN
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...
Dates: 1998-2003.

Patrick Henry Callahan Papers

 Fonds
Identifier: CLN
Scope and Content Chiefly mimeographed copies of letters, 1923-1939, involving Monsignor John A. Ryan, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Joseph Kennedy, Josephus Daniels, H.L. Mencken, and others; concerning such topics as Hitler, Father Coughlin, pacifism, anti-semitism, profit sharing, and religious tolerance; with a few autograph letters from Callahan to Frederick Kenkel of the Catholic Central Verein; and a paper by William E. Ellis, "Patrick Henry Callahan: A Kentucky Democrat in National Politics," 1976.
Dates: 1908-1939.

Pax Christi USA Records

 Fonds
Identifier: PAX
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,...
Dates: 1958-1995.