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George Willoughby and Lillian Willoughby papers, 1931-2010.

Author: George Willoughby, pacifist.Lillian WilloughbyGeorge LakeyBradford LyttleDavid McReynoldsAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Collection includes biographical information, diaries and notebooks, correspondence (1943-2009), public service work, including George Willoughby's work with Civilian Public Service, the War Relocation Authority (1943-1946) and the American Friends Service Committee (1946-1956); work with Quaker projects including A Quaker Action Group, and Movement for a New Society, Pendle Hill and various Quaker meetings; civil  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Sources
Named Person: George Willoughby, pacifist.; Lillian Willoughby
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: George Willoughby, pacifist.; Lillian Willoughby; George Lakey; Bradford Lyttle; David McReynolds; Earle L Reynolds; Lynne Shivers; Swarthmore College. Peace Collection.
OCLC Number: 29457586
Language Note: Materials are in English.
Notes: The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for the papers of George Willoughby and Lillian Willoughby.
Description: 24.5 linear in.
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Collection includes biographical information, diaries and notebooks, correspondence (1943-2009), public service work, including George Willoughby's work with Civilian Public Service, the War Relocation Authority (1943-1946) and the American Friends Service Committee (1946-1956); work with Quaker projects including A Quaker Action Group, and Movement for a New Society, Pendle Hill and various Quaker meetings; civil disobedience actions; the Delaware Valley Land Trust (1975-1994), travel diaries and notes, many to India; and reference materials. Audiovisual materials include: audiocassettes and audiotapes (reel-to-reel), photographs, and slides. Also includes a scrapbook of newsclippings regarding the Golden Rule voyage. Correspondents include: George Lakey, Brad Lyttle, David McReynolds, Earle Reynolds, and Lynne Shivers.

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