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Finding Aid - Second Accrual

Canadian Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CCND) fonds. First accrual

Box 1:
History, Membership, Minutes
F.1      Foundation, history, handbook, bylaws
2          Correspondence regarding name of organization
3          Membership mailing lists
4          National Members
5          Minutes - Board of Directors - 1962
6          Minutes - Board of Directors - 1963
7          Minutes - Board of Directors - 1964
8          Minutes - Board of Directors - 1965
9          Minutes and reports, Annual Meeting, February 1963
10        Minutes, reports, etc., Special meeting, October 1963
11        Minutes, reports, etc., Special meeting, September 18 to 20, 1964
12        Minutes, Executive Committee - 1962
13        Minutes, Executive Committee - 1963
14        Minutes, Executive Committee - 1964
15        Minutes, Executive Committee - 1965

Box 2:
Minutes, Correspondence
F.1      Minutes, reports, draft statements of Policy Committee
2          Policy statement, 1962 (water-damaged)
3          Correspondence, Board of Directors 1961-1963
4          Correspondence, Executive Committee 1962-1964
5          Correspondence, National members 1961-1963
           Correspondence, Executive members
6          Janet Campbell (Finance)
7          M. J. Coldwell
8          Norman Cowan
9          A.L. Feinberg
10        Ian Gentles
11        Stig Harvor
12        F.C. Hunnius (Executive Secretary )
13        Hugh L. Keenleyside 1961-62
14        Hugh L. Keenleyside 1963-64

Box 3:
Correspondence, Executive Members
F.1      W.R. Koerner (Finance)
2          John Lee (Publicity)
3          C.B. Macpherson (Chairman, Policy Committee)
4          Arthur Pape 1963-1964 (Executive Secretary)
5          Arthur Pape, Western Tour, Fall 1963
6          Arthur Pape 1963-1964 (Federal Chairman)
7          Dimitrios Roussopoulos
8          Dimitrios Roussopoulos (re SANITY)
9          Reverend James S. Thomson
            (Honourary Chairman, 1961-62)
10        Murray Thomson (Chairman of the Board 1963)
11        Honourable J.T. Thorson
            (Honourary President 1961-63)

Box 4:
Correspondence, Executive members
F.1      Mary Van Stolk
2          Mary Van Stolk (drafts of lectures, articles)
3          Mary Van Stolk (as National Secretary)
4          Mary Van Stolk, 1960-1963
5          Catherine Wood (Translator)
6          K.C. Woodsworth
            (Chairman, Executive Committee)
Correspondence, miscellaneous
1          A - G
2          H - P
3          Q - Z

Box 5:
Correspondence, Outgoing
F.1      Arthur Pape to Colin Cameron
2          Arthur Pape to George Clark
3          Arthur Pape to Dan Daniels
4          Arthur Pape to Duncan Edmonds
5          Arthur Pape to Gordon L. Fairweather
6          Arthur Pape to J.R. Kidd
7          Arthur Pape to Ministers for External Affairs
8          Arthur Pape to Viv Nel1es
9          Arthur Pape to Ted Olson
10        Arthur Pape to Terry Nugent
11        Arthur Pape to L.B. Pearson
12        Arthur Pape to David Smith
13        Arthur Pape to Dr. D.B. Scott
14        Arthur Pape to N.P. Simon
15        Arthur Pape to Lorie Waisberg

Correspondence, Branches
16        Barrie CND
17        British Columbia CND
18        Calgary CND
19        Edmonton CND
20        Halifax CND
21        Hamilton CND
22        London CND
23        Montreal CND
24        North Bay CND
25        Ottawa CND
26        Ottawa Information Office

Box 6:
Correspondence, Branches
F.1      Peace River
2          Peterborough
3          Quebec CND
4          Regina CND
5          Sackville, New Brunswick CND
6          St. Catharines CND
7          Sarnia CND
8          Saskatoon CND
9          Sault Ste. Marie CND
10        Stratford CND
11        Sudbury
12        Toronto CND
13        Welland CND
14        Winnipeg CND
15        Yellowknife CND

Box 7:
F.1      Memos to branches 1963
2          Memos to branches 1964
3          Application re branch affiliation
4          Arthur Pape, correspondence with branches
5          Correspondence with branches 1962
6          Correspondence with branches 1963
7          Correspondence with branches 1964
8          Correspondence with branches 1965
9          Branch lists, miscellaneous

Box 8:
Branches: Edmonton branch files (Files originated in the Edmonton office)
F.1      History, leaflets, clippings
2          Minutes, October 1962-May 1963, January to October 1964
3          Correspondence with National Office (F.C. Hunnius)
4          Correspondence, general
5          Correspondence with other anti-nuclear groups
Correspondence with:
6          Calgary CND
7          Halifax CND
8          Montreal CND
9          Red Deer CND
10        Regina CND
11        Saskatoon Committee
12        Vancouver CND
13        Winnipeg CND
14        Finances
15        Protests, etc.
16        Briefs, reports, speeches
17        Press releases, publicity
            
Box 9:
CCND Affiliates
F.1      C.U.C.N.D. affiliation
2          C.U.C.N.D. correspondence
3          C.U.C.N.D. publications, leaflets, etc.
4          C.U.C.N.D. Secretariat
5          University of Alberta
6          University of British Columbia
7          Carleton University
8          University of Manitoba
9          McGill University
10        McMaster University
11        Queen’s University
12        Regina College
13        University of Saskatchewan
14        Sir George Williams
15        University of Toronto
16        University of Western Ontario
17        Our Generation Against Nuclear War - correspondence
18        Our Generation Against Nuclear War - Julian Griggs correspondence
19        Our Generation Against Nuclear War - publications
20        Youth Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament

Box 10:
CCND Correspondence with other Canadian organizations
F.1      Alberta Farm Women’s Union
2          Association for Emotionally Disturbed Children
3          Association for the Liberation of the Ukraine
4          Canadian Association for Adult Education
5          Canadian Association of Consumers
6          Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transportation and General Workers
7          Canadian Friends Service Committee
8          Canadian Home and School Association
9          Canadian Institute of International Affairs
10        Canadian Institute of Public Affairs
11        Canadian Labour Unions
12        Canadian Peace Congress
13        Canadian Peace Research Institute

Box 11:
F.1      Committee of One Hundred
2          Cooperative Commonwealth Federation
3          Dairy Farmers of Canada
4          Emergency Measures Organization
5          Fair Play for Cuba Committee
6          Fellowship of Reconciliation (Canada)
7          Peace by Peaceful Means
8          Voice of Women
9          World Federalists of Canada

Correspondence with other peace organizations
10        Agenzia Radicale
11        American Federation of World Citizens
12        American Pax Association
13        Australian CND
14        Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (water damaged)
15        Centre for Research on Conflict Resolution
16        Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
17        Christian Action

Box 12:
F.1      Committee for Non-Violent Action
2          Committee for Non-Violent Action--Quebec to Guantanamo Walk 1963
3          Committee for World Development and Disarmament
4          Committee of One Hundred (Britain)
5          Committee of Correspondence
6          Contacts for Survival
7          Council for a Livable World, Washington
8          Denmark-- Kampagnen mod atomvaben
9          Dutch C.N.D.

Box 13:
F.1      European Federation against nuclear arms
2          Everyman 1, 2, 3
3          Fellowship of Reconciliation
4          Gandhi Peace Foundation
5          Hiroshima Institute of Peace Science
6          International Confederation of Disarmament and Peace
7          International Liaison Committee on Peace
8          International Peace Disarmament Directory
9          Irish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
10        Japan Council against Atom and Hydrogen Bombs

Box 14:
F.1      Medical Association for the Prevention of Nuclear War (Britain)
2          National Council for Peace and Against Nuclear Weapons
3          New England Committee for Political Action for Peace
4          New York State Peace Council
5          New Zealand CND
6          Norway
7          Ostermarsch der atomwaffengegner
8          Pageant for Peace
9          Peace Research Institute, Washington
10        Pennsylvania Peace Action Committee
11        Political Action for Peace
12        Promoting Enduring Peace
13        Research Foundation, Colorado State University
14        SANE U.S.A.
15        SANE ACTION
16        SANE - Background for action
17        SANE - Literature
18        SANE - Local committees
19        SANE - Membership and fund raising
20        SANE - Policy statements
21        SANE - reprints, advertisements, etc.
22        SANE - Southern California Council
23        SANE U.S.A. - correspondence

Box 15:
F.1      Seattle Peace Information Centre
2          Social Scientists for Peace
3          Students for a Democratic Society
4          Student Peace Union
5          Sweden - Kampanjen mot atomvapen
6          Turn towards Peace
7          United World Federalists Inc.
8          United States Committee against Militarism
9          Universities Committee on the Problems of War and Peace
10        Voluntary Organizations and a World Without War conference
11         War Resisters’ League
12        Women Strike for Peace (U.S.A.)

Box 16:
F.1      World Constitutional Convention
2          World Council for Peace
3          World Federalists of Canada
4          World Peace Brigade
5          World Peace Broadcasting Foundation
6          Yugoslav League for Peace, Independence and Equality

Box 17:
CCND Finances
F.1      Finance Committee correspondence
2          Contributor lists - miscellaneous
3          Contributors - personal correspondence
4          Financial campaign - correspondence
5          Financial Campaign - personal donations over $50
6          Financial Campaign - subject matter
7          Benefit Dinner - Our Generation - October 18, 1962
8          Branch tour, F.C. Hunnius Fall 1962
9          Financial appeal letter, May 1962, follow-up letter, financial appeal letter June 1962 (water-damaged)
10        Financial appeal letter May 1962 - individuals
11        Union fund appeal letter, May 18, 1962
12        Union fund appeal letter, May 1962 - duplicates
13        Union fund appeal letter - replies
14        Businessmen’s luncheon, July 25, 1963
15        Appeal for secretarial funds 1964

Box 18:
CCND Activities (much of this material is water-damaged)
            Conferences
F.1      3d Annual Conference February 26 & 27, 1962
2          Conference facilities near Toronto
            Demonstrations
3          Easter demonstration 1962
4          Albert Schweitzer statement, Easter 1962
5          Easter Demonstration 1962 - Welland branch proposal
6          Easter Demonstration 1962 - poster
7          Massey Hall meeting, September 16, 1962
8          Berlin Peace Campaign 1963
9          Peace Caravan 1964
            Lectures
10        Lecture tour, Canon Collins, February 23, 1963
11        Drafts of lectures, speeches
            Lobbying
12        Ottawa delegation April 16, 1962 - news release
13        Letters to M.P.s and Senators, Ottawa delegation April 1962
14        Ottawa delegation, April 16, 1962 - presentation of policy to Prime Minister
15        Questionnaires to all candidates, election 1962 - drafts and correspondence
16        Guide, statement and questionnaire -M.P. candidates 1962
17        Candidates’ replies - election 1962
18        Election 1962 - Ontario ridings, Branch assignments

Box 19: (much of this material is water-damaged)
            Lobbying
F.1      Ottawa lobby 1962 - replies, donations
2          Ottawa lobby 1962 - replies, lobbyists
3          Ottawa lobby 1962 - M.P. replies, appointments
4          Ottawa lobby 1962 - telephone follow-up
5          Howard Green Were, September 1962
6          rebirth deformities, 1962
7          correspondence with M.P.s, June 1963
            National Petition 1961
8          Branch memos
9          Branch correspondence
10        original signers and miscellaneous
11        subject matter
12        labour unions
13        national organizations and churches

Box 20:
F.1      Miscellaneous national organizations circulating petition
2          Presbyterian church
3          Roman Catholic church
4          Unitarian church
5          United church
6          Other churches
            Individuals circulating petitions
7          Alberta
8          British Columbia
9          Manitoba
10        New Brunswick
11        Ontario
12       Quebec
13        Saskatchewan
14        U.S.A.
15        Petition totals - 1961
16        Brief presented to Ottawa and signed petitions
17        Progress reports, Toronto
18        Petition from L. and A. Pauling
19        China Petition 1964
            Publications, etc.
20        Bertrand Russell's 90th birthday celebrations
21        Christmas cards
22        SANITY - sales

Box 21:
F.1      Kaplan, Dr. Gordin J. “The Fallout Hazard” reprint
2          Mass distribution piece - Edmonton branch
3          Press releases
4          Publications - leaflets, canvass handbook, etc.
5          SOS newsletter - correspondence
            Research files
6          Articles N-Z
7          Bibliography
8          Clippings
9          Films, bibliography
10        Films
            Seminars
11        Seminar on Public Relations
12        Mary Van Stolk- TMs. (car.) of Man and Woman, 217 pp.

Box 22 :
Publications received: duplicates of mimeographed material

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