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Papers, 1955-1965.

Author: Lawrence ScottRobert L AnthonyLawrence S ApseyAlbert BigelowLucy Perkins CarnerAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Chiefly materials from the Vigil at Fort Detrick, Frederick, Maryland, protesting the U.S. Army biological weapons research and testing center, including correspondence, memos, statements by members of the vigil, financial records, newsletters, bound notebooks, press releases, clippings, and photos; together with materials relating to Scott's work as supervisor of the Friends Mississippi Project to rebuild
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Genre/Form: Archives
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Named Person: Lawrence Scott
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lawrence Scott; Robert L Anthony; Lawrence S Apsey; Albert Bigelow; Lucy Perkins 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 Olson; V Paschkis; Stephen D Pfeiffer; Robert Pickus; Walton A Raitt; Bayard Rustin; Emily Park Simon; Annalee Stewart; John M Swomley; Norman Thomas; Charles C Walker; George Willoughby, pacifist; Wilmer J Young
OCLC Number: 20438839
Description: 7.5 linear ft.

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Chiefly materials from the Vigil at Fort Detrick, Frederick, Maryland, protesting the U.S. Army biological weapons research and testing center, including correspondence, memos, statements by members of the vigil, financial records, newsletters, bound notebooks, press releases, clippings, and photos; together with materials relating to Scott's work as supervisor of the Friends Mississippi Project to rebuild fire-bombed churches of black congregations in Mississippi, including reports by Scott, scattered correspondence, financial records, news items, and fused glass and bell fragments; and papers relating to his activities against nuclear weapons and chemical and biological warfare with Non-Violent Action Against Nuclear Weapons (later Committee for Nonviolent Action), Nevada Project, Washington Prayer Vigil, Pacific Project which sponsored the voyage of the Golden Rule to Eniwetok Proving Grounds, European Project which focused on nuclear testing by British and Soviet governments, and Peace Action Center.

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.

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