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Cora Weiss papers, 1960-

Author: Cora WeissJoan BaezWilliam Sloane CoffinElena Nikolaevna ErshovaRichard A FalkAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Includes correspondence, administrative files, flyers, manuscripts, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, publicity materials, notebooks, periodicals, and reference material regarding Cora Weiss's involvement with: Women Strike for Peace, 1962-1973; Vietnam War antiwar work: 1968-1975; Committee of Liaison with Families, 1960s-1972, Friendshipment, 1970s-1980, broadcasting on radio station WRVR (the FM station of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
Named Person: Cora Weiss; Olof Palme
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Cora Weiss; Joan Baez; William Sloane Coffin; Elena Nikolaevna Ershova; Richard A Falk; Jane Fonda; Peter Weiss; Swarthmore College. Peace Collection.
OCLC Number: 226316727
Language Note: Materials are in English.
Description: 12.5 linear ft..
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Includes correspondence, administrative files, flyers, manuscripts, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, publicity materials, notebooks, periodicals, and reference material regarding Cora Weiss's involvement with: Women Strike for Peace, 1962-1973; Vietnam War antiwar work: 1968-1975; Committee of Liaison with Families, 1960s-1972, Friendshipment, 1970s-1980, broadcasting on radio station WRVR (the FM station of the Riverside Church), 1974-1976; Church World Service, including wheat shipment program to Vietnam, 1978; Riverside Church Disarmament Program, 1978-1986; memorials to Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, 1986; Nicaragua/Honduras Education Program, 1983-1986; SANE/Freeze and its merger to become Peace Action, 1985-1991; Women for a Meaningful Summit, 1988-1989; International Peace Bureau, 1995-2006; Hague Appeal for Peace, 1997-2000; also includes: Cora Weiss's Federal Bureau of Investigation and Central Intelligence Agency files released through the Freedom of Information act; photographs, posters, audiocassettes, reel to reel audio tapes, slides, and videorecordings. Correspondents include: Joan Baez, William Sloane Coffin, Elena Ershova, Richard Falk, Jane Fonda, Peter Weiss.

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