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War, Peace, and Conscientious Objectors: Microfilm Records

Introduction

The Friends Collection and Earlham College Archives has a ScanPro 3000 Microfilm reader. It can print, e-mail, save to PDF, save images for papers, and so much more. If you have never used a microfilm reader before or are just unfamiliar with the ScanPro 3000, a member of the Archives' staff would be happy to assist you.

Microfilm Records

MR 75: A Quaker View of Peace, War, and Vietnam

MR 207-208: Wayne County Manuscripts: Civil War Collections, 1860-1865

MR 220: Sarah Ratliff Civil War Letters and John Miller Legg Diary and Memorandum

MR 217-218: Thomas Marshall Family Correspondence, 1821-1901

  • Many items are letters from sons in the Union Army in the Civil War.

MR 325: Hannah Johnston Bailey Papers, 1858-1923

  • Hannah Clark Johnston Bailey was a Quaker pacifist, suffragist, reformer, and temperance leader. Microfilm reels include correspondence, articles, leaflets, reports, photographs, badges, diaries, and scrapbooks.

    Series: Swarthmore College peace collections.

MR 326: Peace Association of Friends in America Records, 1868-1940

MR 365: Messenger of Peace, 1870-1880

MR 366: Christian Arbitrator and Messenger of Peace, 1891-1909

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