SANE, Inc. Greater Philadelphia Council (Pa.) Records

Collection ID: 
URB 50
Date: 
1960-1978
Collecting Area: 

 

HISTORICAL NOTE

SANE, A Citizens' Organization for a Sane World, was formed in 1957 as the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy. Its original goal was to promote causes such as a disarmament in general. Headed initially by Saturday Review editor Norman Cousins, SANE launched a series of advertisements in the New York Times . Local groups then spontaneously formed around the country to buy space in other newspapers for SANE ads. These small groups, composed mainly of professionals such as businessmen, educators, and clergymen, served as the bases for local SANE chapters. In 1959, SANE staged its first demonstrations, leading to a rally of 20,000 in New York City the following year.

By 1962, with chapters in various sections of Philadelphia and in most of the surrounding areas, the Greater Philadelphia Council (renamed the Greater Philadelphia Council Executive Board in 1967) was formed to coordinate regional activities. That year witnessed SANE's first venture into Philadelphia electoral politics. Activity in opposition to the Vietnam War, from 1964 on, led SANE to develop a broader "grass.roots" base, in such groups as the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, while continuing its electoral, lobbying, and publicity functions, and its concern with the arms race.

With the general decline of the peace movement at the conclusion of the Vietnam War, the Philadelphia staff increasingly devoted its efforts to the production of mass media material, such as radio programs. Thus when the Greater Philadelphia Council disbanded in 1976, much of its staff continued as the SANE Educational Fund, which operated as a national organization based in Philadelphia.

COLLECTION OVERVIEW

The records cover the life span of the Philadelphia SANE council, as well as some local chapter activities from as early as 1960 and the emergence of the Educational Fund in 1977 and 1978. As such, they span the entire era of the Anti-Vietnam War Movement, giving valuable insights into its organization and politics. Secondarily, light is shed on many other radical causes of the period, from civil liberties to welfare rights.
 

ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT

The papers are arranged in six series as follows:
  • Series I: Administration
  • Series II: Activities
  • Series III: Media Relations
  • Series IV: Other Organizations
  • Series V: National SANE
  • Series IV: Reference Files
     

Series I. Administration. This series is organized in 5 subseries:

A. Executive Bodies: Philadelphia Council, 1962-1976, and Educational Fund, 1976-1978, chronologically arranged agendas, minutes, etc.
B. Organizational Documents, Staff Papers: 1967-1977, includes correspondence and papers of council officers and staff. Topics range from personal matters to global affairs.
C. Chapter and Branch Organization: 1960-1974, local groups throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
D. Membership, Fund Raising, and Finances: 1964-1978.
E. Lists

Series II. Activities. Local SANE activities including demonstrations, letter writing campaigns, meetings. Folders are arranged chronologically within each of tensubseries which are as follows:

A. General, 1960-1974.
B. Educational, 1971-1977.
C. Weapons of Mass Destruction, 1968-1975.
D. Indochina War, 1963-1974.
E. Draft, 1967-1973.
F. Civil Liberties, 1962-1972.
G. Other Foreign, 1969-1974.
H. Other Domestic, 1967-1974.
I. Electoral and Legislative, 1962-1970.
J. Honorary Events, 1967-1977.

Series III. Media Relations. Documents on SANE's impact on local news media. Arranged in four subseries:

A. General, 1962-1974.
B. Edit.orial, 1967-1973.
C. News Clippings, 1971-1977.
D. Films, Slides, Tapes, 1968-1977.

Series IV. Other Organizations. Literature from groups other than SANE, arranged alphabetically by organization name. Includes good sampling of late 1960's and early 1970's radical groups, including most anti-war coalitions.

Series V. National SANE. Arranged chronologically within three subseries:

A. Meetings and Events, 1962-1973.
B. Publications, 1960-1974.
C. Policy Statements, 1960-1974.

Series VI. Reference Files. Information on a wide range of topics arranged alphabetically by subject.


 

INVENTORY

Series I: Administration

A. Executive Bodies

Box 1
1-7 Greater Philadelphia Council, 1962-1968
8-12 Executive Board, 1969-1970

Box 2
13-24 Executive Board, 1970-1976
25 SANE Education Fund Board, 1977

B. Staff Papers

Box 3
26 Inventories
27 By-Laws
28 Executive Committee, 1973
29-34 Mike Sletson, 1967-1973

Box 4
35 Mike Sletson, 1974
36 Steve Shick, 1970-1972
37 Mike DiBerardinis, 1973
38 Personal Matters, 1974-1975
39-43 Staff Correspondence, 1968-1972

Box 5
44-47 Staff Correspondence, 1973-1977
48 Staff Correspondence with National SANE, 1975-1977
49 Staff Correspondence on Copyright Questions, 1969- 1970
50 Staff Correspondence, Recruitment for Economy Speakers Bureau

C. Chapter and Branch Organization

51 Organizers' Manual, no date
52 General Local Organizing Materials, 1970
53 Communications Workshop, 1972
54 Chapter Work Expenses, 1970
55 Statewide Organizing Packet, 1969
56-59 Statewide Chapter Organizing, 1963-1970
60 Student SANE, 1970
61-62 Center City, Philadelphia, 1963-1970
63 Northwest Philadelphia, 1963-1966
64 Germantown (Philadelphia), 1969-1972 65 Delaware County, 1963-1969
66-67 Bucks County, 1960-1964, 1974
68 East Montgomery County, 1969-1970

Box 6
69 Erie, 1967-1970
70 Scranton, 1969-1970
71-75 New Jersey, 1968-1974

D. Fund Raising and Finances

76-83 Membership, 1967-1974
84-89 Fund Raising, 1965-1973

Box 7
90 Fund Raising, Foundations
91-103 Finances, 1964-1978

Box 8
104-111 Contributors, 1965-1969
112 Luncheon
113-114 Contributors, 1968-1971
115 Spock Day List, 1969
116-117 Contributors, 1969-1970
118 Spock Day Lists, 1970

Box 9
119 Abernathy Dinner List, 1970
120 Spock Day Sponsor List, 1971
121 Outstanding Dinner Pledges, 1973
122 Contributors, 1972
123-124 National SANE Members, 1971-1973
125 Ellsberg Event List, 1974
126 SANE Philadelphia Officers Lists, 1968
127 Program and Finance Committee Members
128 Telephone Tree Names, 1971
129 Names from SANE Communications Conference, 1972
130 Radio Program Mailing Lists
131 SANE Main Chapter Members, 1969
132 SANE Northwest Chapter Members, 1963-1966
133 SANE Center City Chapter Members, 1963-1966
134 Delaware County Membership
135 Bucks County Membership
136 New Jersey Members, 1966
137 Speakers Bureau List, 1967
138-141 Contacts, 1969-1971
142-144 Volunteers, 1969-1970
145-147 SANE Action Names, 1966-1972

E. Lists

Box 10
148-152 Contacts, 1966-73 (continued)
153-154 High School Contacts, 1972
155 Political Action Contacts
156-161 McGovern Contacts, 1971
162 Philadelphia Peace Leadership Conference List
163 Anti-War Businessmen Lists
164 Doctor Mailing List
165 Doctor Contacts
166 Health Contacts
167 Community Leaders, 1966
168 Educators Mailing Lists
169 Labor Leaders Mailing List, 1966

Box 11
170 Clergy Mailing Lists, 1966
171 Clergy Contacts
172 Anti-War Clergy Lists, 1967
173 Black Clergy Contacts
174 List, Germantown Interfaith Council
175 United Church of Christ in PA Mailing Lists
176 Peace Activists
177 Peace Organization Lists, 1967-1969
178 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom List
179 Main Line Peace Center Lists
180 Society Hill Peace Group
181 Pacem Lists
182 South Jersey Peace Center Board List, 1972-1973
183 Anti-War ex-Peace Corps Members, 1970
184 New Democratic Coalition List
185 Press Conference List
186 College Radio Station Contacts
197 Media Lists
188 Press Contacts
189 Press List, 1970
190 Media Lists, 1968
191 Public Affairs Lists
192 Media Lists
193 PBL Film Local Contacts
194 Film Contacts
195 Radio Contacts

Box 12
196 Name Lists
197 Lists, 1971
198-199 Miscellaneous Lists

Series II: Activities

A. General Activities

1-6 General Activities

Box 13
7-11 General Activities, 1969-1974

B. Educational

12-13 Education Committee, 1971
14 Faculty Exchange Program
15 Literature List
16 Peace Course, 1971
17 High School Project, 1971
18 Parkway Program, 1973
19 Peace Course, 1973
20 High School Mini-Courses, 1973
21 SANE Educational Literature, 1975-1976
22-23 Literature Requests, 1976-1977

C. Weapons

Box 14
24-25 A-Testing, 1968-1969
26 Chemical Biological Welfare, 1969
27 ABM, 1969
28 ABM Petition, 1969
29 Radioactive Fallout, 1969-1970
30-31 Hiroshima Day, 1970-1971
32 French Bomb Test Protest, 1972
33 Hiroshima Day (Nuclear Proliferation), 1974
34 "Limited" Nuclear War, 1975

D. Indochina War

35 Anti-War, 1963-1967
36 Beth Shalom Peace Conference, 1963 (Anti-War)
37-38 Anti-War, 1964-65
39 Vietnam Summer (Anti-War), 1967
40 Labor Peace Activity (Anti-War), 1965
41-42 Anti-War, 1965-1970
43 Nuclear Weapons in Vietnam (Anti-War), 1968

Box 15
44 Anti-War, 1969
45 National Action Group, 1969 (Anti-War)
46 Moratorium (Anti-War), 1969
47 Conference (Anti-War), 1969 (continued)
48 Inauguration Demonstration (Anti-War), 1969
49 New Mobilization, 1969 (Anti-War)
50 July 4 Demonstration (Anti-War), 1969
51 March Against Death (Anti-War), 1969
52 April Action (Anti-War), 1969
53 Anti-War Vigil, 1969
54 Pentagon Papers Action, 1969
55 Peace Leadership Conference (Anti-War)
56 Asian Scholars Conference (Anti-War), 1970
57 Anti-War, 1970-1971
58 War Crimes (Anti-War), 1970
59 Independence Hall Vigil (Anti-War)
60 Cambodia Invasion (Anti-War), 1970
61-62 Anti-War Demonstration, 1970-1971
63 Laotian Invasion-(Anti-War), 1971
64 People's Peace Treaty (Anti-War), 1971

Box 16
65 Daily Death Toll (Anti-War), 1971-1972
66 Legal Case on War, 1972
67 Anti-War, 1972-1973
68 Fast (Anti-War)
69 March on Death (Anti-War), 1973
70 North Vietnam Bombing, 1973
71 Vietnamese Political Prisoners, 1973
72 Cambodia Bombing End, 1973 Commemorative Rally
73 "Mass For Peace", 1973
74 Tax Resistance, 1974

E. Draft

75-77 Draft, 1967-1969
78 Bryn Mawr Draft Vigil, 1969
79-80 Anti-Draft Week, 1970-1971
81 Counter Recruitment Project, 1972
82 Amnesty, 1973

F. Civil Liberties

83 Philadelphia Civil Liberties, 1962-1967
84 Police Conference
85 Civil Liberties, 1969

Box 17
86 Black Panthers (Civil Liberties), 1969
87 Fort Dix Bombing (Civil Liberties), 1970
88 Barbara Bye Legal Case (Civil Liberties), 1970
89 Harrisburg Six (Civil Liberties), 1970-1971
90 Civil Liberties, 1972

G. Other Foreign

91 Middle East, 1969
92 Northern Ireland, 1969
93 Greek Junta, 1970-1973
94 Philippines, 1973
95 Detente, 1973
96 Middle East, 1973-1974

H. Other Domestic

97 Racism, 1967-1968
98 Poor People's March, 1968
99 Frankford Arsenal, 1969
100 Delaware County "Town Meeting", 1970
101 United Action Conference, 1970
102 Economic Campaign, 1970-1971
103 Local Priorities, 1972
104 Human Rights, 1972
105 Housing, 1972
106 Conversion, 1972
107 School Crisis
108 Presidential Powers, 1973
109 Energy Crisis, 1974

I. Electoral and Legislative

110-111 Senator Scott, 1962-1968
112 Senator Clark, 1963-1965

Box 18
113 Legislative Questionnaires, 1963-1967
114 Milton Shapp, 1964-1969
115 Congressional Elections, 1966
116 Correspondence with State Officials, 1966-1968
117 Philadelphia Elections, 1967
118 Voter's Pledge, 1967
119 Senator Clark, 1967-1968
120 Congressional Questionnaire, 1968
121 National Lobbying, 1968
122 Elections, 1968
123 Democratic Convention, 1968
124 Presidential Campaign, 1968
125 Gavin For President, 1968
126 Representative George Brown Meeting, 1968
127 Democratic Pasty, 1968-1969
128 Legislative Resources, 1969
129 National Lobbying, 1969
130 Gun Bill Testimony, 1969
131 Philadelphia Campaigns, 1969
132 McGovern and Hatfield, 1969-1970
133 Pennsylvania Primary, 1970

Box 19
134 Berson Bill, 1970
135 Primaries, 1970
136 McGovern-Hatfield Amendment, 1970
137 Carswell Nomination Opposition, 1970
138 Pennsylvania, Politics, 1970
139 Senate Primary Norval Reece, 1970
140 Shapp for Governor
141 Pennsylvania Election Biographies
142 Democratic Platform
143 Pennsylvania Lobbying, 1970
144 Anti-War Amendment, 1970
145 Voter Education Project, 1971
146 National Lobbying, 1971
147 Meeting with Senators, 1971
148 Philadelphia Elections SANE Actions, 1971
149-150 Philadelphia Mayoral Election SANE Policy, 1971
151 SANE McGovern Dinners, 1971

Box 20
152 Congress, 1971
153 Democratic Party, 1971-1972
154 Senator Schweiker, 1971-1974
155 Pennsylvania Politics Voting, 1972
156 SANE Testimony on Human Rights, 1972
157 Fellowship Commission Testimony, 1972
158 Norval Reece Correspondence, 1972
159 Democratic Primary, 1972
160 Campaign, 1972
161 Democratic Convention, 1972
162 Senator Scott, 1972
163 Camp Congressional Campaign, 1972
164 Camp/Shapp Event, 1972
165 McGovern SANE Ballot, 1972
166-172 McGovern Campaign, 1972

Box 21
173-176 McGovern Campaign, 1972
177 Senator Scott, 1973
178 Lobbying, 1973
179 New Democratic Coalition, 1973
180 People's Lobby, 1973
181-183 Congress, 1973
184 Congressman McClosky, 1973
185 Governor's Justice Committee Hearing, 1973
186 Philadelphia City Council SANE Testimony, 1973
187 Coher SANE Ballot, 1973
188 Senator Proxmire, 1974
189 Campaigns, 1974
190 Pennsylvania Government, 1974

J. Honorary Events

191 Dinner Organizing Information, 1954
192 Dinners, 1967-1968
193 Labour M.P.'s Dinner, 1967
194-196 Spock Day, 1967-1968

Box 22
197 Annual Dinner, 1968
198 Miscellaneous Luncheons, 1968
199 Spock Day, 1969
200 Sloan Coffin, 1969
201 ICDP Luncheon, 1969
202 Don Luce, 1969
203 Drinan Lunch, 1969
204 Okinawa Luncheon, 1969
205-206 Spock Day, 1969-1970
207 Condon, 1970
208 Abernathy, 1970
209 Miscellaneous Luncheons, 1970
210 Other Dinners, 1970

Box 23
211 Kerry Dinner, 1971
212 Ellsberg, 1971
213 SANE Peace Awards, 1972-1974
214 1972 Dinners
215 Jeremy Stone, 1972
216 Coffin, 1972
217 Fitzgerald Lecture, 1972
218 Taylor Grant Dinner, 1972
219 "Evening with Auth", 1974
220 DeWitt Dinner, 1974
221 Grant/Schoenbrun/Haynes Event, 1974
222 Dinner, 1976
223 David Gracie Dinner, 1977

Series III: Media Relations

A. General

1-3 Media, 1962-1969
4 Local Media, 1968-1969
5 College Media, 1969

Box 24
6-7 Media, 1969-1970
8-9 Media Correspondence, 1970-1971
10-11 Media Campaign, 1971
12 Media Advertising, 1971
13 Media and Communication Committee, 1971
14 "Unsell" Media Campaign, 1971
15 Public Interest Media Time, 1971
16 Media Workshops, 1971-1972
17 Media, 1972
18 Media Workshop, 1972
19 Media, 1973
20 SANE Radio and Television Speakers (Media), 1973
21 Cable T.V. (Media), 1973-1974

B. Editorial

22-24 Letters to Editors, 1967-1974

Box 25
25-26 Letters to Editors, 1967-1974
27 Editorial Response: KYW, 1972
28 Editorial Response: WCAU, 1970-1973
29 Editorial Response: Inquirer, May 1969
30 Editorial Response: Bulletin, 1969-1970
31-33 Editorial Response: School Crisis, 1972-1973
34 Correspondence: WCAU, 1972
35 Correspondence: Bulletin, 1972
36 Press Release, 1972-1973
37 Editorials: Local Issues, 1969
38 Editorials: WCAU, 1972, 1973
39 Editorials: KYW on Local Politics, 1969
40 Editorials: KYW-WCAU on Schools, 1969
41 Editorials: WCAU on Frankford Arsenal, 1969
42 Editorials: WUHY, 1973

Box 26
C. News Clippings

43-44 News Coverage of SANE, 1970-1972
45 Bulletin Series, 1972
46-47 News Coverage, 1972-1975
48 Newspaper Clippings, 1976-1977

D. Films, Slides, Tapes

49-51 Film Promotional Material, 1969-1972
52-54 Film Resources, 1969-1972
55 Film Correspondence, 1970-1973

Box 27
56 Film Correspondence, 1970-1973
57 Film Bookings, 1970-1977
58 Notes on Film Contacts, 1973
59 Film Sale - Education Fund, 1975
60-63 "Milhouse", 1971-1975
64 "Memories of Justice", 1976-1977
65 "Hiroshima and Nagasaki", no date
66 "The Holy Outlaws", 1974
67 "Who Invited Us?" 1973-1974
68 "Defense Spending", 1970
69 "American Division", January 28, 1974
70 "Exile or Amnesty", January 28, 1974
71 "The Holy War", February 1974
72 "Interview with My Lai Veterans", September-
October 1973
73 "Selling of the Pentagon", February 5, 1974

Box 28
74 "Misunderstanding China" 1973-1974
75 "China--Year of the Pig", 1972
76 "Martin Luther King", no date
77 "Guns or Butter", 1974
78 "Executive Action", 1973
79 Films, Slides, no date
80 McGovern Slide Show, October 1972
81-84 Coffin Tape, 1969-1970

Series IV: Other Organizations

1 Academic Committee for a Free Greece, 1970-1973
2-5 Action for New National Priorities, 1969-1970
6 American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1968-1970

Box 29
7-9 Americans for Democratic Action, 1967-1973
10-12 American Friends Service Committee, 1968-1973
13 American Jewish Committee, 1961
14 Asia Scholar to End the War, 1970
15 Bucks County Peace Fair, 1962-1966
16 Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace, 1967- 1970

Box 30
17 Catholic Peace Fellowship, 1969-1982
18 Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1970-72
19 Clearing House for Movement Dates, 1972
20-21 Clergy and Laymen Concerned About Vietnam, 1966- 1970
22 Citizen Exchange Corps., November 1965
23-25 Coalition for Human Needs and Budget Priorities, 1973
26 Coalition for Defense
27 Coalition for Peace, no date
28 Coalition for National Priorities, 1969-1972
28a Friends Committee on National Legislation

Box 31
29 Friends Peace Committee, 1964-1971
30 Friends of Dainilo Polci, 1972-1973
31 Film Industry for Peace, August 1970
32 G.I. Civil Liberties Defense Committee, 1969
33 G.I. Movement, September 1971
34 Greater Philadelphia Black Economic Development Conference, 1969-1970
35 Harrisburg Area Peace Center, 1969-1970
36 Health and Welfare Council, December 8, 1972
37 High School Project, no date
38 In the Public Interest, 1979
39 Individuals Against the Crime of Silence, no date
40 Indochina Peace Campaign, 1972
41-43 International Confederation for Disarmament and Peace, 1968-1969
44 Jeannette Rankin Brigade, no date
45 Jewish Labor Committee, October 16, 1968
46 Jewish Coalition for Peace, 1972
47 Jewish Peace Fellowship, 1966-1971
48 Lawyers Committee on American Policy Towards Vietnam, 1967-1968
49 League of Women Voters, June 18, 1968
50 Lepaco, 1969-1976
51 Metro-Act of Rochester, Inc., 1971
52 Medical Committee for Human Rights, 1968
53 Main Line Peace Center, 1972-1973
54 National Action Research on the Military
Industrial Complex, 1971
55 National Committee for a Political Settlement in Vietnam, no date
56 National Committee for New Politics, 1967-1968
57 National Coordinating Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 1966
58 National Council of Churches, 1964-1969
59 National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 1967-1969

Box 32
60 National Petition Committee, May 22, 1970
61 National Student Association, February 17, 1967
62 National Welfare Rights Organization, 1970-1971
63 New Democratic Coalition, 1963-1969
64 New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 1969
65 New Party, 1968
66 Northeast Fair Housing Council, 1968
67 Northeast Independent Democrats, 1968
68 Nuclear Power Coalition, 1971
69 October 4th Organization, 1972
70 Committee for Adequate Welfare Reform Now, 1971- 1973
71 Committee for Non-Violent Action, 1966
72 Committee for Responsibility, 1967
73 Committee to End United States War Crimes, 1970
74 Common Cause, 1971-1972
75 Communist Party, 1964-1965
76 Concerned Citizens: Bucks County, 1969
77 Consumer's Party, no date
78 Council for Social Development, no date
79 Delco Citizens for Good Government, April 6, 1974
80 Delco Peace Action Council, May 2, 1969
81 Draft Information Center, 1968-1969

Box 33
82 Episcopal Peace Center, 1973
83 Federation of American Scientists, 1973-1972
84 Fellowship of Reconciliation, 1966-1968
85 Fraser-Borgman Defense Committee, 1968-1970
86 Friends Center for War/Peace Studies, 1964-1967
87 Friends: Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, 1969-1971
88 Pacific Counseling Service, 1970-1971
89 Panhellen Liberation Movement of North America, 1973
90 Peace Action Coalition, no date
91 Peace Leadership Conference, 1968
92 Pennsylvania Democratic Study Committee, 1968-1969
93 People for Human Rights, no date
94 People's Bicentennial, 1972-1976
95 People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, 1973
96 People's Fund, 1973
97 Philadelphia Christian Leadership Conference, 1968
98 Philadelphia Committee on City Policy, 1973-1974
99 Philadelphia Crisis Committee, 1972
100 Philadelphia Peace Convocation, 1966
101 Philadelphia Resistance, 1970
102 Philadelphia Turn Towards Peace, 1967
103 Pittsburgh Peace and Freedom News, 1967
104 Poor People's Campaign, 1968
105 Poverty Rights Action Committee, 1966
106 Promoting Enduring Peace, Inc., 1969
107 Quaker Action Group, 1968
108 Resist, 1968

Box 34
109 South Jersey Peace Center, 1967-1968
110 Southern Christian Leadership Conference, March 5, no year
111 Socialist Workers Party no date
112 Society for Social Responsibility in Science, 1964
113 Spring Action Committee, 1969
114 Student Committee for Peace in Vietnam, 1965
115 Student Mobilization Committee, 1969
116 Suburban Coalition, 1973
117 Turn Toward Peace, 1961-1962
118 United Nations Association, 1965-1969
119 United States-China Friendship Association, no date
120 United Veterans for Freedom, no date
121 United World Federalists, 1963-1965
122 Universities Committee on the Problems of War and Peace, 1967-1965
123 Veterans for Peace in Vietnam, 1968
124 Vietnam Moratorium Committee, 1969
125 Vietnam Veterans Against the War, 1967
126 Voyage House, 1971 127 War Tax Resistance, 1972
128 Welfare Rights Organization, 1969-1972
129 Western Pennsylvania Academic Council, 1967
130 World Federalists, United States of America, 1971 - 1972
131 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1967-1968
132 Women's Strike for Peace, 1967-1977
133 World Affairs, 1967-1969
134 World Order Research Institute, 1968, 1972
135 World Peace Broadcasting, 1964
136 World Peace Tax Fund, 1974
137 York Action for Peace, 1967, 1968

Series V: National SANE

A. Meetings and Events

Box 35
1-12 National Board, 1962-1973

B. Publications

12a Current Hazards of Fallout to Human Health, 1962
13 National SANE Conference, 1963
14 United World Federalist-SANE Consolidation, 1961
15 New York SANE Human Rights Rally, 1966
16 National Conference, 1967
17 National Sane Trade Union Division Conference, 1968
18 National Conference, March 1968
19-20 National Conference, December 1968-1969
21 National SANE Easter Demonstration, 1969
22 National Conference, January 1970
23 SANE Peace Award to U.A.W. 1971

Box 36
24 National Conference, February 1971
25 SANE U.S.A., 1960-1962
26 SANE Action, 1960-1973
27-29 SANE World
30 National Sane Reports of Local Group, 1962-1967
31 SANE Report, 1963-1973
32 New York Sane, 1967-1968
33 National Leaflets, 1967-1970
34 SANE News, 1964-1974
35 Publicity, stickers, etc., 1969
35a Western Regional Conference, 1962

Box 37
36 Advertisements and Articles, 1961
37-46 Policy Statements, 1960-1969
47 National Correspondence, 1969

Box 38
48 Policy Statements, 1970-1972
49 Candidate Evaluations, 1972
50 National Directions, 1973
51 Policy Statements, 1973
52 Policy Statements, 1974

Series VI: Reference Files

1 Air War, 1971
1a Americans Exiled in Canada, 1971
2 Amnesty, 1973
3 Angola, 1960, 1964, 1969
4-6 ABM, 1960-1969

Box 39
7 ABM, 1960-1969
8-13 Anti-War, 1966-1976

Box 40
14-18 Anti-War, 1966-1976
19 Arms Control, 1969
20 B-1 Bomber, 1973
21 Bach. Mai Hospital, 1973
22 Bangladesh, 1971
23 Berlin, 1961-1963
24 Bibliographies, 1969
25-27 Biographies, 1966-1971

Box 41
28-32 Biographies, 1966-1971
33 Black Movement, 1967-1970
34 Cambodia, 1970
35 Catholics on Peace, November 18, 1971
36 CIA Report, 1970
37 Chemical and Biological Warfare, 1970
38 Chester Co. Peace Review, May-June 1972
39 Chicago Conspiracy, 1969
40 Chile, 1971-1973
41 China, 1969-1971
42-43 Civil Defense, 1960-1965

Box 42
44-45 Civil Defense, 1960-1965
46-48 Civil Liberties, 1969-1971
49 Common Sense: Philadelphia Action Report, 1973, 1976
50 Consumer Price Index, 1970-1972
51 Cuba, September 1970
52 Czechoslovakia, 1968
53 Labor: Anti-War, 1964-1972
54 Lancaster Free Press, February 1, 1968
55 Laos, March 1970
56 Latin America, 1968-1970
57-60 Middle East, 1967-1974

Box 43
61-70 Military Spending, Early 1960's-1972
70a Military Spending, 1973-1976

Box 44
71-74 Military Spending, Early 1960's-1974
75 National Conference on Citizens Rights in Broadcasting, 1970
76 New Erie Democrat, November-December 1972
77 Nigerian Civil War, 1969
78 Non-Violence, no date
79 Northeast Liberator, 1968-1969
80 Nuclear Arms, 1963-1973
81 Nuclear Power, 1964-1965
82 Nuclear Testing, 1963, 1969
83 Okinawa, no date
84-86 Vietnam War, 1954-1973

Box 45
87-91 Vietnam War, 1954-1973
91a Vietnam War, 1975

Box 46
92-95 Vietnam War, 1954-73
96 Vietnam War Veterans, 1968, 1970
97 Vietnamese Publications, 1970-1971
98 Weinberg Newsletter, 1974
99 Welfare Rights
100 Arthur Westing, 1972
101-103 Miscellaneous, 1965-73

Box 47
103a Peace Studies
104 Peace Symbol, December 12, 1969
105 Peace Proposals, 1971
106 Pennsylvania Activist, July 1968
107 Police, 1970
108 Political Prisoners, 1973
109-115 Priorities: 1963-1973
116 P.O.W.'s, 1971
117 Prisons, no date
118 Pacem in Terris Conference, 1973
119 Pentagon Papers, 1971
120 Racism, July 1970
121 Radioactive Fallout, 1957-1963

Box 48
122 Revenue Sharing, July 7, 1971
123 Rizzo, Philadelphia Inquirer, December 21, 1971
124 Saigon Government, 1970-1971
125 Scientist Strike, 1969
126 Seattle Trial, no date
127 South Africa, no date
128 Dr. Spock, 1969
129 Street Messenger, 1970, 1973
130 Supreme Courts, 1971
131 Tax Resistance, 1976
132 Thailand, 1970
133 United Farm Workers, 1974
134 United Nations, 1960-1968, 1973
135 United States of America: Civilization, February 15, 1969
136 United States of America: Foreign Policy, 1969- 1970
137 United States of America: Government, 1965, 1969
138 United States of America: War Crimes, 1970-1971
139 Vietnam Report, 1965-1968
140 Environment, 1969-1970

Box 49
141 Equal Rights, 1970
142 F.B.I., 1971
143 France, no date
144 Fulbright Hearings, April 26, 1971
145 G.E. Strike, 1968-1970
146 G. I. Movement, 1969
147 Government Spending, 1970
148 "Great Society", no date
149 Greece, 1973
150 Gun Control, 1969
151 Health Insurance, 1973
152 House Un-American Activities Committee (JUAC), 1968-1969
153 I.F. Stone
154 I.F. Stone's Weekly, 1965-1970
155 Impeachment
156 Indochine Crisis Philadelphia Action Report
157 Jackson Amendment
158 Japan
159 Jews
160 Kent State
161 Korea
162 Defense Facilities Study, 1970-1971

Box 50
163 Disarmament, 1962-1965
164 Disarmament, 1976
165 Disarmament, Religious Groups, 1962-1966
166-171 Draft Resistance, 1967-1971
172 Education, 1968
173 Economic Conversion, 1969
174 Economy, 1961-1971
175 Cities, Federal Budget, 1973
Foreign Policy, 1975
Puerto Rico, 1975
Russia, 1976