Papers, 1917-1980.

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Eichel, Julius, 1896-. Papers, 1917-1980.

Papers, 1917-1980.

Correspondence (1917-1980) including family correspondence between Eichel, his brother David Eichel, and their parents, while the brothers were imprisoned as conscientious objectors during World War I; writings by Eichel including descriptions of his prison experiences during World War I, statements of his philosophy of absolute conscientious objection, and articles for various periodicals of the War Resisters League; personal memorabilia of Eichel and his wife, Esther Eichel; material relating to William James Sidis, an absolutist conscientious objector who corresponded and worked with Eichel before and during World War II, including periodicals edited by Sidis for organizations he started and articles written about him after his death; material relating to the Absolutist War Objectors Association and its newsletter (1943-1947) the Absolutist (earlier Weekly Prison News Letter); and writings of other conscientious objectors, clippings, and mail from other organizations. Correspondents include Ernest and Marion Bromley, David and Betty Dellinger, William N. Doty, Eichel family, Harold Fackert, Paul Comly French, Larry Gara, Anna Melissa Graves, John Haynes Holmes, William M. Kantor, Erling Lunde, Alice Niles Lynd, Albon Man, William James Sidis, Lyle Tatum, and Evan W. Thomas.

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