ALS, 1946 July 3 : New York, N.Y. to Douglas Steere.


ALS, 1946 July 3 : New York, N.Y. to Douglas Steere.

Was released from prison and is again working with F.O.R. and soon with A.F.S.C. and is convinced of the efficacy of pacifism.

1 item (1 p.) ; 9 x 14 cm.


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Haverford College Library

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