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AUTHOR   Teachers Committee for Peace in Vietnam.
TITLE   Records, 1963-1980.
 
LOCATION   State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Archives Division. 816
Street, Madison, Wis. 53706.
 
FORMAT   3.7 c.f.
 
 ABSTRACT  Records of an organization of teachers opposed to the
war in Vietnam who sought to educate their students about the 
issues and to influence public policy. The group was organized
two teachers during the summer of 1965 in New York City. Also
documented is the Committee's effort to get the American Federation
of Teachers (AFL-CIO) to voice opposition to the war despite the
AFL-CIO's support of the Johnson administration. In addition to 
administrative files, the collection includes correspondence with
and material on other peace groups, informational mailings
(newsletters and leaflets), curricular materials, statements,
reports, and miscellanous publications.
 
NOTES   FINDING AIDS: Case file.
UNPROCESSED ACCESSIONS:  M94-146: See box list with accession
Qty: 3.7 c.f. (9 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder); MAD
/75/A4 (oversize folder in box); MAD 2M/50/K2-3 (boxes)
 
ENTRY   OTHER ENTRIES THAT MAY BE SEARCHED:
1.   NAME     Teachers Committee for Peace in Vietnam.
2.   SUBJECT  American Federation of Teachers.
3.   SUBJECT  Peace movements--United States.
4.   SUBJECT  Teachers--New York (N.Y.)