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Papers, 1892-1979

Author: John Nevin Sayre
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Diaries (1897-1967), unpublished autobiographical memoir and other biographical materials, correspondence (1912-1971), articles, pamphlets and mss. of writings by Sayre, speeches and sermons, notes and reports on meetings and conferences, photos, and extensive subject file of reference materials; material pertaining to special projects in which Sayre was involved including a Fellowship of Reconciliation-American
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Nevin Sayre
OCLC Number: 28415399
Description: 58.5 linear ft.

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Diaries (1897-1967), unpublished autobiographical memoir and other biographical materials, correspondence (1912-1971), articles, pamphlets and mss. of writings by Sayre, speeches and sermons, notes and reports on meetings and conferences, photos, and extensive subject file of reference materials; material pertaining to special projects in which Sayre was involved including a Fellowship of Reconciliation-American Friends Service Committee mission to Central America to effect peace in Nicaragua in 1927, joint Fellowship of Reconciliation-War Resisters' International aid to French war resisters still held in French Guiana in 1928-1930, efforts to gain release of Japanese war crimes prisoners (1950-1959), war relief, and aid to conscientious objectors; records of Fellowship of Reconciliation (U.S.) including minutes (1926-1947), statements of purpose, reports, membership lists, publications, photos, and materials relating to FOR history from 1915; and records of International Fellowship of Reconciliation including minutes of the IFOR Council (1930-1970), European Committee (1946-1967), and American/North American Committees (1940-1969), statements, publications, financial records, historical materials, and photos.

Also includes records of organizations with which Sayre was involved including minutes, correspondence, and releases, of American Civil Liberties Union (1940-1958); correspondence, financial records, and leaflets and articles (1919-1939), of Brookwood Labor College where Sayre taught; minutes, correspondence, financial records, publications, and reference materials on militarism and military training, of Committee on Militarism in Education (1925-1943); correspondence, reports, publications, and clippings, of National Peace Conference (1935-1947); and material relating to Embassies of Reconciliation (1936-1967). International correspondence files include minutes, reports, basis statements, and publications of various national sections of Fellowship of Reconciliation. International correspondents include Iwao Ayusawa, Percy W. Bartlett, Arthur W. Blaxall, Vera Brittain, Ormond E. Burton, K.K. Chandy, E. Philip Eastman, Hildegard Goss-Mayr, Muriel Lester, Kaspar Mayr, Wilhelm Mensching, Přemysl Pitter, Henri Roser, Irmgard Schuchardt, Paul M. Sekiya, Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze, Earl M. Smith, Charles A. Thomson, André Trocmé, and Magda Trocmé. American correspondents include Devere Allen, Roger N. Baldwin, Richard B. Gregg, W. Appleton Lawrence, A.J. Muste, Kirby Page, Francis Bowes Sayre, Howard Schomer, Emily Parker Simon, Glenn E. Smiley, Douglas V. Steere, John M. Swomley, Evan W. Thomas, Winburn T. Thomas, Woodrow Wilson, and Herrick B. Young.

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