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UMass Peacemakers

UMass Peacemakers Records
1965-1990 (Bulk: 1983-1990)
10 boxes (20 linear feet)
Call no.: MS 309
Image of Peacemakers contingent at the Four Days in April protests, 1984
Peacemakers contingent at the Four Days in April protests, 1984

Although the precise origins of UMass Peacemakers are murky, by 1982, the group was an active presence on the UMass Amherst campus organizing opposition to militarism and the nuclear arms race and providing support for the nuclear freeze movement. Organizing vigils, demonstrations, informational workshops, and providing civil disobedience training, the Peacemakers were the most visible pacifist group on the UMass Amherst campus in the 1980s.

The UMass Peacemakers Records focus on the activities of the student group between 1983 and 1990, documenting their role in confronting the aggressive international expansionism of the Reagan administration and its “Star Wars” program, while also engaging at the local and national level by organizing rallies, lectures, poetry readings, and film screenings. At UMass, Peacemakers was part of the larger Progressive Student Network, and worked alongside other student organizations including the Radical Student Union.

Background on UMass Peacemakers

Peacemakers at the Four Days in April protest, Washinton, D.C., April 1985

Peacemakers at the Four Days in April protest, Washinton, D.C., April 1985

Although the precise origins of UMass Peacemakers are murky, by 1982, the group was an active presence on the UMass Amherst campus organizing opposition to militarism and providing support for the nuclear freeze movement. Originally called Students Against Militarism, and once affiliated with the United Christian Fellowship, UMass Peacemakers set an agenda of organizing vigils, demonstrations, informational workshops, and providing civil disobedience training, and they maintained resource and reference files for use by the membership.

Responding to the “nuclear crisis” brought on by the acceleration of the arms race under the Reagan administration, UMass Peacemakers were important partners in the student referendum during the Spring 1982 in which the student body voted overwhelmingly in favor of a nuclear weapons freeze. Peacemakers went on to organize a UMass contingent for the World Peace March in 1982 and for the anti-arms race march in Washington in 1984, and its members fed the mid-1980s protests at Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant and protests responding to the Euromissile crisis. Beyond the nuclear crisis, Peacemakers were active in peace and antiwar movements more generally, and in other areas of social justice. As members of the Progressive Student Network, they were active in opposing U.S. intervention in Central America, leading a contingent to the Four Days in April protests of 1986.

Despite the uncertainty of the origins of UMass Peacemakers, it seems likely that they aligned themselves with the pacifist organization Peacemakers, which was founded after the assassination of Mohandas Gandhi in July 1948. Two of the founders of that organization, Juanita and Wally Nelson, settled at Woolman Hill in Deerfield, Mass., and were integral members of the peace community in Western Massachusetts. Dedicated to non-violent resistance to war and the draft, Peacemakers was one of the first non-sectarian groups to advocate for war tax resistance. They built their membership from the grassroots, organizing as local “cells” with no national office or central administration.

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Contents of Collection

The UMass Peacemakers Records focus on the activities of the student group between 1983 and 1990, documenting their role in confronting the aggressive international expansionism of the Reagan administration and its “Star Wars” program, while also engaging at the local and national level by organizing rallies, lectures, poetry readings, and film screenings. At UMass, Peacemakers was part of the larger Progressive Student Network, and worked alongside other student organizations including the Radical Student Union. They were responsible for bringing a number of people of national importance to campus, including Senator Edward Kennedy, Pentagon Papers leaker Daniel Ellsberg, Helen M. Caldicott, Nuclear Freeze advocate Randall Forsberg, and singer-songwriter James Taylor.

The Peacemakers collection offers a glance into the student activism spawned by the international peace movement and through an extensive series of newsletters, press releases, news clippings, on-campus event flyers, memorabilia, and publications released by local known peace activist group such as the Traprock Peace Center, the War Resisters League, and Greenpeace. The group also maintained extensive subject files on nuclear disarmament, militarism, peace, and related topics.

Series descriptions

Series 1 contains two sub-series. First, the administrative sub-series contains internal records kept by the Peacemakers to document its activities, including leaflets, advertising group meetings, contact sheets and directories for members and local activist groups, meeting notes and agendas, and documents relating to procedures and lists of office duties. The sub-series also contain newsletters and publications for distribution, publicity for speaker and film events, catalogues, and strategy ideas for mobilizing more members and direct actions.

The Peacemaker’s financial records consist primarily of monthly and yearly reports submitted to the Student Government Association to account for expenditures, budget petitions, and materials used in grant writing.

1965-1988
4 boxes

Series 2 contains a collection of gather resources and published materials the Peacemakers received during their tenure. Included in these files is documentation of events planned by the Peacemakers or those in which they participated in, as well as materials from disparate sources relating to topics of pressing relevancy at the time (e.g. 1984/1988 U.S. Presidential Elections, Contra Aid/Central America, Gulf Oil, etc.).

1971-1989
2 boxes

Series 3 contains a collection of anti-nuclear and peace activist organizations articles and publications about the negative impacts of nuclear arms and advocacy for peace. This series includes newsletters, brochures, flyers, and articles.

1975-1988
3 boxes

Series 4 contains organizational publications on anti-nuclear, anti-war, and peace activist organizations and their newsletters, magazines, journals, and flyers.

1975-1986
1 box

Series 5 includes photocopies, reprints, and brochures distributed by the Peacemakers.

Series 6 contains audio and video tapes of nuclear disarmament and peace films and television specials.

undated
3 boxes

Series 7 contains memorabilia kept from the tenure of the student organization, includes handmade t-shirts, bumper stickers, buttons, and flags.

Collection inventory
Series 1. Administrative Records
1987-1990
Audio-visual Resources
1981-1988
Box 1: 1
Books, reprints, periodicals–information about
1981-1987
Box 1: 2
Brochures, leaflets, posters, ads about Peacemakers
1983-1985
Box 1: 3
Calendar
undated
Box 1: 4
Correspondence
1984-1987
Box 1: 5
Five-College Faculty and Staff for Peace in Central America
1985-1986
Box 1: 6
Five-College Peace Network and PAWSS
1985-1986
Box 1: 7
Flipchart cards
1982
Box 1: 8
Forms, blank
undated
Box 1: 9
Fundraising
1984-1988
Box 1: 10
Gay Oppression Meeting of Service Providers
1983
Box 1: 11
Graphics
1984-1988
Box 1: 12
How to Get Things Done in the Campus Center/Student Union: BOG
undated
Box 1: 13
Internships
undated
Box 1: 14
Inventory of buttons, bumper stickers
1985
Box 1: 15
Library (Peacemakers)
1990
Box 1: 16
Logbook
1989
Box 1: 17
Mail/Phone List and forms
1986-1988
Box 1: 18
Media/Publicity
1984-1987
Box 1: 19
Names and numbers
1983-1987
Box 2: 20
News Clippings
1982-1987
Box 2: 21
Newsletter
1984-1987
Box 2: 22
Newsletter for a multi-cultural UMass community
1988
Box 2: 23
Originals
1983-1986
Box 2: 24
Peace groups – Local and National
1984
Box 3: 25
Peacemakers members and friends
1984-1985
Box 3: 26
Peacemakers members (Old)
1982-1983
Box 3: 27
Phoning Committee
1985
Box 3: 28
Photographs
undated
Box 3: 29
Postering
undated
Box 3: 30
Posters/leaflets
1983-1988
Box 3: 31
Raffle
1985
Box 3: 32
Resource catalogs
1983-1989
Box 3: 33
RSO official notices
1983-1988
Box 4: 34
RSU
1984
Box 4: 35
Scheduling Request forms
1985-1988
Box 4: 36
Sign-up sheets
1986-1987
Box 4: 37
Signature power
1985-1987
Box 4: 38
Speakers, presentations, music
1978-1984
Box 4: 39
Stencils and designs for posters
undated
Box 4: 40
Strategy ideas for peace work
1980-1985
Box 4: 41
Students Against Militarism
1982-1987
Box 4: 42
Subscription and membership notices
1986-1988
Box 4: 43
Subscription business
undated
Box 4: 44
Survey (Project Pulse)
1984
Box 4: 45
Table information
1986-1987
Box 4: 46
Tartu, University of
undated
Box 4: 47
Third World Nations and World War III and US Intervention (originals)
1982-1984
Box 4: 48
Ticket contract
1988
Box 4: 49
University Lobby to End the Arms Race
1986
Box 4: 50
UMass and the Freeze
1982-1983
Box 4: 51
UMass policies, calendars, maps
1984-1987
Box 4: 52
UMass student organizations
1984
Box 4: 53
Vending license
1984-1986
Box 4: 54
Walk-a-thon
undated
Box 4: 55
UMass financial records system: report of transactions
1983-1985
Box 5: 56
UMass financial records system: report of transactions
1985
Box 5: 57
UMass financial records system: report of transactions
1986-1987
Box 5: 58
UMass financial records system: report of transactions
1988
Box 5: 59
RSO monthly summary reports
1989-1990
Box 5: 60
Record-keeping notebooks and related materials
1983-1987
Box 5: 61
Budget petition
1984-1985
Box 6: 62
Budget petition
1985-1986
Box 6: 63
Budget petition
1986-1987
Box 6: 64
Budget petition
1987-1988
Box 6: 65
RSO information
1984-1990
Box 6: 66
Recharge forms and invoices
1983-1990
Box 6: 67
Purchase order
1983-1990
Box 6: 68
Transfer of funds forms
1984-1990
Box 6: 69
RSO cash receipts forms
1984-1988
Box 6: 70
Series 2. Subject Files
1965-1988
Americans of Color and the Peace Movement
1983-1984
Box 7: 71
“Amerika”
1986-1987
Box 7: 72
Amherst politics
1983-1985
Box 7: 73
Amnesty (re: draft resistance)
1974
Box 7: 74
Amnesty International
undated
Box 7: 75
Announcements of events
1987
Box 7: 76
Anti-ballistic missiles
1969-1986-1987
Box 7: 77
Arms race: US/Soviet balance
1985
Box 7: 78
Articles, speeches that are motivating, inspirational, galvanizing
1980-1982
Box 7: 79
Beyond War/Creative Initiative
1984
Box 7: 80
Big Mountain
1986-1987
Box 7: 81
Bokaer, Joan (Citizens Network)
1986-1987
Box 7: 82
Campaign for a Nuclear Free Future
undated
Box 7: 83
Campus connections with military
1985-1986
Box 7: 84
Central America
1981-1987
Box 7: 85
Chile, refugees
1975
Box 7: 86
CIA
1984
Box 7: 87
Citizens Peace Initiatives
undated
Box 7: 88
Civil Defense
1980-1982
Box 7: 89
Civil Disobedience
1984-1985
Box 7: 90
Civil Rights Conference at 4-Colleges
1963
Box 7: 91
Coalition to Stop Trident
1987
Box 7: 92
Communes
1969-1971
Box 7: 93
Concord Interfaith Peace Conference
1985
Box 7: 94
Congressional Record/John Kerry
1986
Box 7: 95
Contra Aid/Central America
1986-1987
Box 7: 96
Corporate annual reports and brochures
1982-1984
Box 7: 97
Cost of weapons and military appropriations
1983-1984
Box 7: 98
Counter Force/Presidential Directive 59/Limited Nuclear War
1981
Box 7: 99
Day After
1983
Box 7: 100
Declaration of Interdependence
1987
Box 7: 101
Deterrence
1983
Box 8: 102
Draft registration (resistance)
1982-1986
Box 8: 103
Draper weapons laboratory
undated
Box 8: 104
Dukakis position statement
undated
Box 8: 105
Economy/economic conversion
1984-1986
Box 8: 106
Effects of nuclear war (damage to surroundings, medical and psychological effects)
1980-1984
Box 8: 107
Effects of nuclear war (nuclear winter)
1982-1985
Box 8: 108
Elections of 1984 — candidates’ voting records and information
1983-1984
Box 8: 109
ERA
1976
Box 8: 110
Euromissiles: Cruise and Pershing II
1983
Box 8: 111
Euromissiles: weapons for Third World intervention
undated
Box 8: 112
Facilitating/Dealing with despair
undated
Box 8: 113
Fair Exchange
undated
Box 8: 114
First use
1982-1984
Box 8: 115
Food irradiation
1986
Box 8: 116
FREEZE
1980-1985
Box 8: 117
Give Peace a Dance
1986
Box 8: 118
Gulf Oil: A Study in Exploitation
1971
Box 8: 119
GWEN
1983-1985
Box 8: 120
High Frontier–pro-space defense
1985
Box 8: 121
Home-made A bomb
undated
Box 8: 122
How nuclear war might happen
1982
Box 8: 123
If You Love this Planet. . . Caldicott
1984
Box 8: 124
Indochina, Destruction of: Stanford Biology Study Group
1970
Box 8: 125
INF
1988
Box 8: 126
Influencing the legislature
1980-1985
Box 8: 127
Intervention and nuclear war
1984
Box 8: 128
Jesse Jackson campaign
1987-1988
Box 9: 129
Korea and nuclear weapons
1981-1984
Box 9: 130
Korean War
undated
Box 9: 131
Latin America bibliography re: US intervention
1971
Box 9: 132
Launch on warning
1984
Box 9: 133
Lemon in the Sky
1986
Box 9: 134
Marshall Islands
1986
Box 9: 135
Mass nuclear free zone
1985
Box 9: 136
Media bias
1984
Box 9: 137
Middle East
1982-1984
Box 9: 138
Militarism and gender
undated
Box 9: 139
Military control and communications
1985
Box 9: 140
MX
1983
Box 9: 141
New Zealand
1986-1988
Box 9: 142
Nicaragua
1983-1984
Box 9: 143
Nonviolent civil disobedience
1984
Box 9: 144
Nuclear free zone (including Amherst)
1984
Box 9: 145
Occupation of West Bank
undated
Box 9: 146
Organizing
1969-1982
Box 9: 147
Pairing project – Amherst/Tartu
undated
Box 9: 148
Peace movement in USSR and “watch” groups, eg. Helsinki
1984-1985
Box 9: 149
Peace ribbon
1985
Box 9: 150
Peace songs
undated
Box 9: 151
Peace with justice
1988
Box 9: 152
Pilgrimage to Reverse Nuclear Arms Race
undated
Box 9: 153
Pledge of Resistance
1985
Box 9: 154
Public attitudes towards nuclear weapons/psychological
1985
Box 9: 155
Reagan, Ronald
1983-1984
Box 9: 156
Religion
1970-1983
Box 9: 157
Resources
1986-1987
Box 9: 158
Rosenberg – nonviolent communication workshops
1982-1985
Box 9: 159
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
1982
Box 9: 160
Sagan, Carl
1987-1988
Box 9: 161
SALT II – verification
undated
Box 9: 162
Shopping For A Better World
1989
Box 9: 163
Silkwood, Karen
undated
Box 9: 164
Small, Fred
1984-1986
Box 9: 165
South Africa
1979-1983
Box 10: 166
Soviet Threat
1980-1982
Box 10: 167
Space-based missile defense/UCS
1984
Box 10: 168
Space shuttle
1986
Box 10: 169
Star Wars articles
1985-1987
Box 10: 170
Star Wars, ASAT
1985-1987
Box 10: 171
Stone, IF (film about)
1974
Box 10: 172
Submarines
1983
Box 10: 173
Super power involvement in four regions
1983-1984
Box 10: 174
Tax resistances
1981-1986
Box 10: 175
Test ban
1984
Box 10: 176
The threat of Nuclear War: UCS/UCPNW
undated
Box 10: 177
Trident II missiles
1983-1984
Box 10: 178
Union of Concerned Scientists
1987-1988
Box 10: 179
United Nations 2nd Special Session on Disarmament
1982
Box 10: 180
US nuclear threats
1984
Box 10: 181
USSR/USA peace programs
1981-1985
Box 10: 182
Verification and compliance
1984
Box 10: 183
Vietnam
1965-1971
Box 10: 184
Vietnam era protests
1975-1976
Box 10: 185
War toys
1986
Box 10: 186
Weapons industry – research and protest against
1982-1986
Box 10: 187
Women
1985-1987
Box 10: 188
Women’s International Resource Exchange
1984
Box 10: 189
World Peace March
1982
Box 10: 190
Miscellaneous
1985-1987
Box 10: 191
Series 3. Peace Groups
1971-1989
American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)
1982-1988
Box 11: 192
Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN)
1982-1985
Box 11: 193
All Peoples Congress/People’s Anti-War Mobilization
1987
Box 11: 194
Beyond War
1985
Box 11: 195
Center for Psychological Studies in the Nuclear Age
undated
Box 11: 196
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO)
1987
Box 11: 197
Christie Institute
1987-1988
Box 11: 198
Clamshell Alliance
1986
Box 11: 199
Clergy and Laity Concerned
1987
Box 11: 200
Coalition for a New Foreign Policy
1984-1988
Box 11: 201
Coalition for Disarmament and Peace
1984
Box 11: 202
Coalition for Responsible Media
1987
Box 11: 203
Coalition to Stop Trident
1985-1987
Box 11: 204
Collective Vision (band from the great Peace March)
undated
Box 11: 205
Committee Against Registration and the Draft
1988
Box 11: 206
Community for Creative Non-violence
1986
Box 11: 207
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility
1987
Box 11: 208
Congressional Exchange Project
1983-1987
Box 11: 209
Conscience and Military Tax Campaign
1988
Box 11: 210
Consortium on Peace Research, Education, and Development (COPRED)
1987
Box 11: 211
Council for a Liveable World Education Fund
1982
Box 11: 212
Draft Resisters Defense Fund and related groups
1985-1988
Box 11: 213
Education: courses on nuclear war
undated
Box 11: 214
Faculty and Staff for Peace in Central America
1985-1987
Box 11: 215
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR)
1987
Box 11: 216
Federation of American Scientists
1983
Box 11: 217
Fellowship of Reconciliation
1981
Box 11: 218
Foundation for Peace
1987
Box 11: 219
Global Ministries
1982
Box 11: 220
Grassroots Peace Directory
1987
Box 11: 221
The Great Peace March
1986
Box 11: 222
Greenpeace
1983-1985
Box 11: 223
High Tech Professionals for Peace
1987
Box 11: 224
Infact
1985-1988
Box 11: 225
Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies
1987-1989
Box 11: 226
Lawyers’ Committee on Nuclear Policy
1987
Box 11: 227
Listen Real Loud
1985-1986
Box 11: 228
Massachusetts Citizens Coalition for Arms Control
undated
Box 11: 229
Mobilization for Survival
1984-1988
Box 11: 230
NARMIC: National Action/Research on the Military Industrial Complex
1971-1980
Box 11: 231
National Academy of Peace and Conflict Resolution
1980
Box 11: 232
National Coalition on Television Violence
1983
Box 11: 233
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship
1985-1988
Box 11: 234
National Peace Academy Campaign
1982
Box 11: 235
National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee
1983-1988
Box 11: 236
New England Committees of Correspondence
1984
Box 11: 237
Next Stop Nevada
1987
Box 11: 238
No Business as Usual Day
1986
Box 12: 239
No Business as Usual Day
1987
Box 12: 240
Northampton Committee on Central America
1987
Box 12: 241
Noticias/WMLASC
1985
Box 12: 242
Nuke Watch
1984-1986
Box 12: 243
Oxfam America
1980
Box 12: 244
Peace Activists, East and West
1986
Box 12: 245
Peace Corps
1986
Box 12: 246
Peace Development Fund
1984
Box 12: 247
Peace Pagoda
1984-1986
Box 12: 248
Peace Resource Project
1987-1988
Box 12: 249
People’s Appeal for Peace
1986
Box 12: 250
Pilgrimage to Reverse the Nuclear Arms Race
1986-1987
Box 12: 251
Pioneer Valley War Tax Resisters
undated
Box 12: 252
Plowshares
1985-1986
Box 12: 253
Professionals Coalition for Nuclear Arms Control
1984
Box 12: 254
Progressive Student Network
1982-1988
Box 12: 255
SANE
1982
Box 12: 256
Student/Teacher Organization to Prevent Nuclear War
1981
Box 12: 257
Thinkpeace
1988
Box 12: 258
Traprock Peace Center
1988
Box 12: 259
Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS)
1986-1988
Box 12: 260
United Campuses to Prevent Nuclear War (UCAM)
1985-1988
Box 12: 261
U.S. Institute of Peace
1986
Box 12: 262
Vancouver Peace Center
1987
Box 12: 263
Veterans Fast for Life; Vietnam Vets Against the War
1986
Box 12: 264
Women’s Action for Nuclear Disarmament (WAND)
undated
Box 12: 265
War Resisters League
1985-1989
Box 12: 266
Western Massachusetts Central America Network
1988
Box 12: 267
Wheel
1986
Box 12: 268
Whole World Books
1986
Box 12: 269
Publications – various prospecti
1987
Box 12: 270
Series 4. Peace Publications
1975-1988
Ahimsa (Students for Peace)
1985
Box 13: 271
Arms Control Today
1980-1981
Box 13: 272
Boston Mobilizer
1985-1986
Box 13: 273
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
1981-1986
Box 13: 274
Catalyst (UCS)
1987
Box 13: 275
CCO News Notes
1984-1985
Box 13: 276
Close-up: Newsletter of the Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy
1985
Box 13: 277
Counterattack
1987
Box 13: 278
Critical Mass
1986
Box 13: 279
Defense and Disarmament News
1985-1986
Box 13: 280
Defense Monitor
1987-1988
Box 13: 281
Disarmament Bulletin
1985-1987
Box 13: 282
Disarming Notes
1982-1984
Box 13: 283
Drum
1983
Box 13: 284
Dynamic (YCL)
1987-1988
Box 13: 285
Global Report (Center for War/Peace Studies)
1987
Box 13: 286
Ground Zero
1988
Box 13: 287
In Our Hands (Western Massachusetts Coalition for a Nuclear Weapons Freeze)
1982
Box 13: 288
Interhelp
1986
Box 13: 289
International Workcamper
1987
Box 13: 290
Institute for Peace and International Security (IPIS) Report
1987
Box 13: 291
Korea Report (Korea Information and Resource Center)
1988
Box 14: 292
Link (Americans for Middle East Understanding, Inc.)
1987
Box 14: 293
Local Links (Gray Panthers)
1982
Box 14: 294
Militarism Resource Project News
1985
Box 14: 295
Mill Hunk Herald (Pittsburgh’s Worker-Writer Journal)
1986
Box 14: 296
Nonviolent Activist (War Resisters League)
1984-1987
Box 14: 297
Nuclear Times
1982-1988
Box 14: 298
Nucleus (Union of Concerned Scientists)
1987
Box 14: 299
Overthrow (Youth International Party Information Service)
1987
Box 14: 300
Peace in Action (Foundation for P.E.A.C.E.)
1987
Box 15: 301
Peace Work (A New England Peace Movement Newsletter)
1983-1986
Box 15: 302
Peaceplans (People for Peace, Great Barrington)
1983-1984
Box 15: 303
Rough Draft (Boston Alliance vs. Registration and Draft; 13th Amendment Project)
1983-1984
Box 15: 304
Science for the People
1975-1976
Box 15: 305
Sojourners (An Independent Christian Monthly)
1987
Box 15: 306
Space and Security News (Institute for Space and Security Studies)
1987
Box 15: 307
Toward Freedom (Report on Non-alignment and the developing countries)
1987
Box 15: 308
Transition (Institute for World Order)
1982
Box 15: 309
World Student News (International Union of Students)
1987
Box 15: 310
Zeta Magazine (Institute for Scoial and Cultural Change)
1987
Box 15: 311
Articles, various
1975-1987
Box 15: 312
Series 5. Handouts
1975-1986
Photocopies, reprints and other 8 1/2 x 11 sheets
undated
Box 16: 313
Brochures
1975-1986
Box 16: 314
Series 6. Audiovisual materials
1983-1986
Atomic Cafe
undated
Box 17: Videos
Citizen’s Summit (Satellite-linked discussion between US and Soviet audiences. Phil Donahue)
1985
Box 17:
Fire Unleashed (ABC Nightline)
1985
Box 17:
Living Double Lives: Peacemakers in Charlottesville, VA./Walter Cronkite: Hiroshima plus 40 years
undated
Box 17:
Nuclear Legacy
undated
Box 17:
The Peace Film: An American Event
undated
Box 17:
Space-Bridge US/USSR: Beyond War
undated
Box 17:
Star Wars
1986
Box 17:
Bowman, Robert. Star Wars talk. UMass.
1986
Box 17: Audios
Caldicott, Helen
undated
Box 17:
ICBM/Down the Road Aways
undated
Box 17:
Songs for Future Generations (Pat Scanlon and The Black Water String Band)
1983
Box 17:
unidentified tape
undated
Box 17:
Series 7. Artifacts
undated
T-Shirts, Bumper Stickers, Buttons, Seal Stamps
undated
Box 18:
Flags, Mugs, Donation can
undated
Box 19:
Cardboard signs, Flags
undated
Box 20:

Residue

Administrative information

Access

The collection is open for research.

Language:

English

Provenance

Gift of Peacemakers through Peter Sakura, May 1991.

Processing Information

Processed by Ethan Bakuli, Aug. 2017.

Copyright and Use (More informationConnect to publication information)

Cite as: UMass Peacemakers Records (MS 309). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

Gift of Peacemakers through Peter Sakura, May 1991
Subjects
  • Antinuclear movements--Massachusetts--Amherst
  • Central America--Foreign relations--United States
  • Disarmament--Massachusetts
  • Peace movements--Massachusetts--Amherst
  • Student movements--Massachusetts--Amherst
  • United States--Foreign relations--Central America
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst--Students
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Protest movements--Massachusetts
Contributors
  • American Friends Service Committee
  • UMass Peacemakers
Types of material
  • Brochures
  • Photographs

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