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UN-ORT speech Notes
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in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (18 December 1962) , 3 page(s)
Rough notes for a speech, December 1962. Hutchinson writes of three unforeseen events after the formation of the UN: (World War II) alliance fell apart, the atomic age, and colonial revolutions. Writes of conflict over Berlin, Cuba, Korea, the Suez, and the Congo. Notes the financial repercussions of world conf...
in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series V, Box 8, Folder "Notes: U.N. Speeches by D.H. (1962-1964)") (Swarthmore, PA) (18 December 1962) , 3 page(s)
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The War Record of a Pacifist: World War II Diary, Partial
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in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series II, Box 1, Folder "World War II Diary") (Swarthmore, PA) (1943) , 71 page(s)
Hutchinson’s experiences during World War II. Met with Albert Kleckner on Dec 7, 1941, to discuss Quakerism, then heard about Pearl Harbor. Notes consequences for her Japanese friends, the Nukunya family; father carried off for questioning by the FBI, lost their fire insurance. Friends Mission Board helped th...
in Dorothy Hutchinson Papers, 1942-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Series II, Box 1, Folder "World War II Diary") (Swarthmore, PA) (1943) , 71 page(s)
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