Papers, 1930-[ongoing].

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Jack, Homer Alexander. Papers, 1930-[ongoing].

Papers, 1930-[ongoing].

The collection includes correspondence (1930-1988); speeches and writings; diaries and notes on travel, and material relating to Homer Jack's work with organizations in the areas of disarmament, race relations, and interreligious efforts to achieve peace.

61.5 linear ft.

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