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Willoughby, George pacifist

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Works: 24 works in 28 publications in 1 language and 74 library holdings
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Roles: Author
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Movement for new society by George Willoughby( Book )

2 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Lawrence Scott papers by Lawrence Scott( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondents include Robert Anthony, Lawrence S. Apsey, Albert Bigelow, Lucy P. Carner, Helen H. Corson, Alfred Hassler, Francis Heisler, Homer A. Jack, Jeannette Jamison, Bradford Lyttle, Gertrude Malz, Lawrence McK. Miller, A.J. Muste, Tracy D. Mygatt, Mildred Scott Olmsted, Theodore W. Olson, Victor Paschkis, Stephen D. Pfeiffer, Robert Pickus, Walton A. Raitt, Bayard Rustin, Emily Parker Simon, Annalee Stewart, John M. Swomley, Norman Thomas, Charles C. Walker, George Willoughby, and Wilmer J. Young
CCCO/An Agency for Military and Draft Counseling records by CCCO/An Agency for Military and Draft Counseling( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The bulk of the CCCO records are draft and military counselors' case files and legal files. There are also minutes (1948- ), releases, statements, memoranda, manuals, staff members' files, photographs, audiovisual material, newspaper clippings, and subject and reference files pertaining to military service, conscientious objection, and Selective Service regulations. Correspondents include Douglis Farnsworth, James Feldman, E. Curry First, Steve Gulick, Jon Landau, Robert K. Musil, Robert A. Seeley, Arlo Tatum, George Willoughby, Irene Wren, and Eric E. Wright
Records by Post War World Council( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Minutes (1942-1966), correspondence (1942-1967), financial reports and tax returns, memos, press releases, pamphlets, and other records of the council; scattered minutes and other items of its antecedent organization, Provisional Committee Toward a Democratic Peace; materials by and about Norman Thomas, chairman of the council, including speeches, letters, newspaper columns, and biographical items; organizational materials for National Sharecroppers Week; and correspondence (1942-1943) of the Philadelphia Branch of Youth Committee for Democracy. Includes material relating to universal disarmament, strengthening of the United Nations, end to racial discrimination, and war upon the world's poverty and disease. Correspondents include Cyrus LeRoy Baldridge, Roger N. Baldwin, Alfred M. Bingham, Charles F. Boss, Jr., Dorothy Detzer, John Dewey, Mary W. Hillyer, John Haynes Holmes, William Bross Lloyd, Jr., Mildred Scott Olmsted, James Rorty, Stephen Siteman, Arlo D. Tatum, Norman Thomas, George Willoughby, and William Worthy, Jr
Papers by Ross Flanagan( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers include correspondence, memos, progress reports, news releases, financial reports, newspaper clippings, and photos. Correspondents include Herbert Huffman, Stewart Meacham, Frances E. Neely, David L. Newlands, Lawrence Scott, Lee Stern, Ellie Wegener, and George Willoughby
Records by D.C.) Peace Action Center (Washington( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Constitution, committee minutes and memos, correspondence with individuals and other peace groups (1959-1963), financial records, position papers, newsletters, press releases, and leaflets, relating to the center's work of public witness and nonviolent action in Washington, D.C., nonviolent action training programs, and community peace education. Correspondents include PAC staff including Lawrence Scott, director, and Jack L. Bagley, Sarah Bishop, Florence Y. Carpenter, Bertha Faust, William R. Martin, Gelston McNeil, and Patricia Parkman. Other correspondents include Ross W. Anderson, Albert Bigelow, Elizabeth J. Boardman, Helen H. Corson, Don DeVault, Ross Flanagan, Norman K. Gottwald, Hugh B. Hester, Bradford Lyttle, A.J. Muste, Tracy D. Mygatt, Vernon Nash, Stephen D. Pfeiffer, Barbara L. Reynolds, Bayard Rustin, Willard Uphaus, Charles C. Walker, Robert Wayland-Smith, George Willoughby, and Wilmer J. Young
A Quaker Action Group records by A Quaker Action Group( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Minutes; correspondence (1965-1971); memoranda; financial records; subject files concerning organizations including Beheiren (Japan Peace for Vietnam Committee), Fifth Avenue Peace Parade Committee, Poor People's Campaign, Students for a Democratic Society, and Vietnam Moratorium Committee; project files including material relating to Cuba Project, Culebra Project (Culebra, P.R.), Panama Project (Fort Gulick, Canal Zone), and Phoenix and Vietnam projects; research files providing information on black liberation, chemical and biological warfare, draft resistance, human rights, nuclear radiation, peace movements in other countries, and war tax resistance; newsletters; press releases; statements of Quaker yearly meetings in various cities; clippings; sound recordings; and photos. Materials relating to the voyages of the Phoenix to North and South Vietnam with medical supplies include correspondence of the crews, clippings and scrapbooks, still photos, 16 mm. films including Voyage of the Phoenix, North Vietnamese photos, and mementoes of the trip
Friends Committee on National Legislation records by Friends Committee on National Legislation (U.S.)( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Includes reference files relating to disarmament, conscription, universal military training, conscientious objection, pacifism, United Nations, Vietnam war, civil liberties, civil rights, food supply, and Indian rights. Correspondents include Stephen L. Angell, Emile Benoit, Charles J. Darlington, Thomas A. Foulke, Paul Comly French, Hugh B. Hester, Dorothy H. Hutchinson, J. Stuart Innerst, Homer A. Jack, Samuel R. Levering, Mary Cushing Niles, Philip Noel-Baker, Victor Paschkis, Lawrence Scott, Annalee Stewart, John M. Swomley, and George Willoughby
Records by Phoenix Defense Fund( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chiefly correspondence (1957-1961) of Earle and Barbara Reynolds and their sympathizers; together with personal statements by Earle Reynolds and clippings of the voyages of the Golden Rule and Phoenix. Correspondents include Albert Bigelow, Syd Cassyd, Peter Charlton, Babette Deutsch, William R. Huntington, Charles T. Jackson, Gabriel W. Lasker, John Lofton, James Peck, Orion W. Sherwood, George Willoughby, and George Kiyoshi Yamada
David McReynolds papers by David McReynolds( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Papers document McReynolds' activities with the War Resisters League and as a Socialist. The bulk of the collection is correspondence, both professional and personal; most of the business correspondence relates to the War Resisters League, with a lesser amount about the Socialist Party. The personal correspondence is restricted during the lifetime of Dave McReynolds. Also includes minutes, releases, convention reports and publications, datebooks, articles by McReynolds, and newsclippings about him; also, pamphlets and reports from various organizations with which McReynolds was connected. Correspondents include: Steve Allen, Philip Altbach, Noam Chomsky, Richard L. Deats, Barbara Deming, Ralph DiGia, Peggy Duff, James H. Forest, Robert Gilmore, Paul Goodman, Edward P. Gottlieb, Sanford Gottlieb, Thich Nhat Hanh, Michael Harrington, Alfred Hassler, Nat Hentoff, Donald F. Keys, Bradford Lyttle, Stewart Meacham, Tracy D. Mygatt, James Peck, Robert Pickus, Devi Prasad, Igal Roodenko, Muriel Rukuyser, Allan Solomonow, John M. Swomley, Jr., Arlo D. Tatum, Norman Thomas, Arthur I. Waskow, George Willoughby, Frances Witherspoon, Beverly Woodward, Frank P. Zeidler, and Howard Zinn
Committee for Nonviolent Action records by Committee for Nonviolent Action( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Collection includes minutes (1957-1968), correspondence (1962-1966), memoranda, statements, releases, literature, bulletins, financial records (1957-1967), project files (1957-1967), branch records, periodicals, clippings, and photos, chiefly relating to specific projects undertaken by the CNVA including the Nevada Project (1957), Golden Rule and Phoenix voyages (1958), Omaha Action (1959), San Francisco to Moscow Walk for Peace (1960-1961), voyages of Everyman I, II, and III (1962), demonstrations at the Atomic Energy Commission (1962), Québec-Washington-Guantánamo Walk for Peace (1963-1964) including activities in Albany, Ga., and Saigon Project (1966); together with detailed logs kept by participants in the projects and minutes (1960-1968), correspondence (1960-1968), bulletins, and other materials, relating to the Polaris Action project and New England Committee for Nonviolent Action. Correspondents include Marv Davidov, Barbara Deming, Neil D. Haworth, Scott Herrick, Bradford Lyttle, A.J. Muste, Barbara L. Reynolds, Earle L. Reynolds, Bayard Rustin, F. Paul Salstrom, Lawrence Scott, Marjorie Swann, Robert Swann, and George Willoughby
Allen S. Olmsted papers by Allen Seymour Olmsted( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Scattered correspondence (1898-1977), Olmsted's writings on treaties, peace, and related legal topics, memoranda and briefs, handbooks on conscientious objection, and board minutes of the many organizations with which he was involved. Includes minutes and memos of Rights of Conscience Committee of the American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia Peace Council, Joint Peace Committee of Providence and Chester Monthly Meetings, American Civil Liberties Union, and Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors; correspondence with German emigrés and American consular officials (1939-1942); and transcripts of Olmsted's dismissal hearing by the American Legion and correspondence with post officers (1922-1927); includes Olmsted's diary kept while serving with the 14th Engineers (1918-1919). Subjects include freedom of speech, loyalty oaths, universal military training, conscientious objectors, and racial integration. Correspondents include Brent D. Allinson, Gertrude Baer, Roger N. Baldwin, Edward W. Evans, Francis Heisler, Dorothy H. Hutchinson, Esther Everett Lape, Walter C. Longstreth, Arlo D. Tatum, Lyle Tatum, George Willoughby, and C.H. (Mike) Yarrow
Lynne Shivers papers by Lynne Shivers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains the personal papers of Lynne Shivers and her work from roughly the 1960s onward. It includes biographical and family material, extensive material on her peace work in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, journals she kept from the 1960s until 2014, and information about her teaching career. This collection also includes correspondence to and from Lynne Shivers and literature she collected out of personal interest; it includes her correspondence with the British Withdrawal from Northern Ireland Campaign, and about the 1975 Middle East American Friends Service Committee trip. Files concerning Shivers' work with Movement for a New Society may be found in that collection in the Swarthmore College Peace Collection. The collection also includes posters, photographs and audio visual items. Correspondents include Peter D. Jones, Marion Rannels, Barbara Reynolds, George Willoughby, and Lillian Willoughby
Center on Conscience & War records by Center on Conscience & War( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection includes minutes of the Board of Directors and Consultative Council (1943-1969), correspondence (1940-1973), memoranda, literature and releases, financial records, statistics, subject files, newspaper clippings, photographs, and motion pictures. In addition to the administrative records of the Washington office, the 1940-1947 records include correspondence, reports, and publications of 151 Civilian Public Service camps, together with case files of men assigned to CPS camps and of the men who were reclassified or imprisoned. Additional case files covering the period 1949 to 1973 contain information about men who performed alternative service) 1-W classification) and about men who sought help with problems relating to military service and/or classification. All case files are restricted
Records by A Quaker Action Group( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Minutes; correspondence (1966-1971); memoranda; financial records; subject files concerning organizations including Beheiren (Japan Peace for Vietnam Committee), Fifth Avenue Peace Parade Committee, Poor People's Campaign, Students for a Democratic Society, and Vietnam Moratorium Committee; project files including material relating to Cuba Project, Culebra Project (Culebra, P.R.), Panama Project (Fort Gulick, Canal Zone), and Phoenix and Vietnam projects; research files providing information on black liberation, chemical and biological warfare, draft resistance, human rights, nuclear radiation, peace movements in other countries, and war tax resistance; newsletters; press releases; statements of Quaker yearly meetings in various cities; clippings; sound recordings; and photos. Materials relating to the voyages of the Phoenix to North and South Vietnam with medical supplies include correspondence of the crews, clippings and scrapbooks, still photos, 16 mm. films including Voyage of the Phoenix, North Vietnamese photos, and mementoes of the trip
 
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Alternative Names
George Willoughby American tax resistor

Джордж Уиллогби

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