Records, 1935-1941 bulk, 1936-1937.

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Emergency Peace Campaign (U.S.). Records, 1935-1941 bulk, 1936-1937.

Records, 1935-1941 bulk, 1936-1937.

Includes minutes, reports of field workers and peace caravans, correspondence, financial records, pledges of abstinence from war, publications, clippings, local peace council materials, and files of five of the campaign's twenty area offices (Kansas City, New York City, St. Louis, Chicago, and Michigan).

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