Katherine Clarke has dubbed her archives “The Peace House Papers”. Digital copies of the originals and documents from 2009-10 have been placed by her into three folders: book one, “Finding Causes”, consisting of biographical information and letters to her parents between September 1963 and June 1964; book two, “Touring Cuba with 45 Canadians in the summer of 1964 … In the 5th year of La Revolución Cubana”, consisting of photographs of her time in Cuba (including photos of Fidel Castro speaking to a large crowd and playing baseball), photographs of “Harry” and other soldiers (a soldier in Castro’s army, pre-1959, i.e. before the revolution photographs), and her account (entitled “Sugar Daddy”); book three, letters to her parents between September 1964 and March 1965. Originals of most of these materials are also extant in the Clarke fonds.
The fonds consists of manuscripts and typescripts; correspondence (includes personal, Bertrand Russell, legal, and newspapers); theatre material; book and journals; reviews of her books; and photographs (many of them theatrical) created by and for Constance Malleson in her life as an actress and writer. The fonds also contains manuscripts, photograph albums containing watercolours by Percy French and other materials belonging to Priscilla, Lady Annesley, which document her life as a member of the Anglo-Irish aristocracy.
Malleson, Lady Constance
The collection consists of interviews contained on audio cassettes along with transcripts of many of the interviews. Most of the interviews are in English but some are in French.
Brown, Lorne (Lorne A.)
Titles of series (with the exception of 22 and 23) are derived from chapter headings used by Thomson for a proposed autobiography for which the materials were gathered. Series 22 has been created by the archivist to contain all the correspondence to and from David Smith. Series 23 has been created to house audio-visual material in one place. The series are as follows: University Days and R.C.A.F.; Adult Education in Saskatchewan; UNESCO International Institute for Child Study; Quaker Conferences in Southern Asia; Peace Education and the CFSC in Canada; International Development: CUSO, Thailand and Canada; Canadian Council for International Cooperation; The Group of 78; Project Ploughshares; The UNSSODS I-II and World Disarmament Campaign; Peace Brigades International; Canadian Seniors for Social Responsibility; Religions for Peace (WCRP); International Council for Adult Education; Peace Fund Canada; Canadian Friends of Burma; Canadian Peacebuilding Coordinating Committee; Nonviolent Peace Force (Canada); Nuclear Disarmament and a Culture of Peace; Make Room for Peace (In the War Museum); Canadians for a Nuclear Weapons Convention; Correspondence with David Smith and Audio-visual.
This collection of pacifist pamphlets also contains some correspondence (carbon typescripts), mimeographed agendas and minutes, newsletters, books and other materials. The majority of the materials are British. There are also some American, Dutch, and Canadian items. Publications by the Fellowship of Reconciliation and the Society of Friends form the two largest groupings in the collection.
The fonds contains minutes, correspondence, branches and affiliates, finances, activities, national petition, publications, research files, seminars, office files, publications, publications for other peace groups, clippings, small posters and other material
Canadian Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
The fonds consists of four accruals. The first accrual (47-1992) measures12.8 m, and is arranged in the following series: administration; campaigns; research files; peace groups; financial records; photographs, posters, and circulars; films, filmstrips, videocassette, and audio cassettes; Toronto Association for Peace. Arrangement is chronological in the administration series with alphabetical ordering within each year, and alphabetical for the following series with some classification ranking. In the administration series some of the material was found in complete disarray. Undated material in a particular year may not belong to that year. The second accrual (07-1995) measures .9 m, and is arranged chronologically in one series, administration. The third accrual (20-2002) measures .2 m, and is arranged in one series, administration and contains constitution and minutes, financial records, correspondence, fund raising and campaigns and publications and affiliations. The fourth accrual (32-2003) measures 15 cm and is arranged in one series, John Hanly Morgan correspondence, and includes minutes, circulars, news clippings, and photographs collected by Morgan. Morgan's original chronological arrangement has been maintained.
Canadian Peace Congress
The collection consists of correspondence, poetry manuscripts, and typescript of part of Memoirs of An Infantry Officer (1930), the second volume of the Sherston trilogy.
The fonds consists of administrative and financial records, correspondence, briefs, publications, photographs and newspaper clippings all relating to the CYC (1935-1942), provincial and local youth councils, and to the World Youth Congress. Included is a copy of "Brief on a National Youth Administration", from the book Canadian Youth Comes of Age (1939) by Kenneth Woodsworth, who was co-secretary of the CYC. There is, in addition, a microfilm record of several items collected by the Victoria Youth Council (1966-1972).
Canadian Youth Congress
The collection consists of approximately 200 pages of love letters exchanged between Katina Paxinou and Sir Sydney Waterlow between 1938 and 1939. There are 45 letters written by Paxinou, 30 by Waterlow. The letters are written in French with occasional sections in Greek and English.
The collection consists of seven statements of expulsion from the Yonge Street Monthly Meetings mostly held at Pickering. One of the statements makes specific reference to Elias Hicks. More than one of the statements makes reference to participation in the Rebellion of 1837 which violated the known Christian Testimony against war. There is also an extract from the Yonge Street Monthly Meeting held on 12 December 1839 and a one-leaf untitled, unsigned manuscript of religious writing.
Society of Friends (Pickering, ON)
The fonds consists materials regarding his dismissal from McGill University and his thesis. The fonds was supplemented by books, many of them on political economy, which were catalogued.
Fonds consists of correspondence, photographs, manuscripts of a book and articles, personal documents, news clippings and other printed materials.
The fonds contains minutes, correspondence, finance, and activities; mimeographed documents, newsletters and pamphlets; statements, minutes, lists and publications; and photographs.
Combined Universities Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
The fonds consists of three accruals of correspondence, minute books, financial statements, news releases, circulars, contact lists and issues of Hamilton Area Tools for Peace and Tools for Peace News.
Tools for Peace
The fonds consists of one accrual of administrative records, correspondence, promotional material, newspapers and news clippings, photographic materials, audio and video cassettes and realia.
Tools for Peace, National Office (Canada)
There have been two accruals. The first accrual consists of some correspondence with Eva Sanderson, briefs, speeches, news letters, and other printed materials, including pamphlets by James Endicott. The second accrual consists of two series: administrative records and related organizations and partnerships.
Toronto Association for Peace
The fonds consists of correspondence (including many letters from Bertrand to Dora Russell), Bertrand Russell's manuscripts and typescripts, photographs, printed materials including Beacon Hill prospectuses, membership cards and programs, and a syllabus. The fonds is supplemented by books which have been catalogued as part of Russell's library and periodicals which have not been catalogued.
Russell, Dora Winifred Black
The collection contains some of the research materials gathered for Kiss the Boys Goodbye. They are primarily generated by Monika Jensen-Stevenson. Included are: research notes, transcripts and notes from interviews, photographs, and many photocopied documents. The collection has been arranged into five series: Research materials: families and friends of POWs/MIAs, military personnel, CIA; Research materials: journalists, politicians, lawyers, and others; Other research materials; Photographs; Book drafts and other materials.