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Philip Noel-Baker (1889-1982) was born in London and educated at Ackworth and Bootham Schools and King's College, Cambridge. A conscientious objector, he was actively opposed to military preparations whilst at University and served with the Friends' Ambulance Unit on the Western Front from Sep. 1914 and with the Red Cross on the Italian Front from 1915 to 1918. He followed a political career after the First World War, serving in the League of Nations section at the Foriegn Office from 1918. ...
Edwin Bronner is a Quaker historian who, as a conscientious objector, served in CPS camps. Philip Parrish was the editor of The Oregonian. From the description of Correspondence, 1946 May 17-23 : Lapine and Portland, Ore. with Philip H. Parrish. (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 45146406 Edwin Bronner was Chair of the Executive Committee of the American Section of the 1967 Friends World Conference Planning Committee; he was also Vice-Chair of Friends World Com...
Douglas and Dorothy Steere served the Society of Friends for much of their adult lives and their influence remains strong to this day. Douglas V. Steere was born on August 31, 1901 in Harbor Beach, Michigan and was educated at Eastern High School in Detroit; Michigan Agricultural College, earning a BS in Agriculture in 1923; and Harvard University, earning his MA in Philosophy in 1929 and his PhD in 1931. As a Rhodes Scholar, Steere attended Oxford University from 1925 to 1928, earn...
Herbert M. Hadley served as General Secretary of Friends World Committee in Birmingham, England, from 1956-1962, then moved to Philadelphia to head the FWCC American Section until his retirement in 1980. Born in Oklahoma, he graduated from Friends University in Wichita, Kansas, in 1939. He was married to Ruthanna Davis Hadley. From the description of Herbert Hadley FWCC Research Papers, 1937-1994 (Swarthmore College). WorldCat record id: 285174782 ...