Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Madison Branch, Wisconsin, records, 1924-1987

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Madison Branch (Wis.)

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  • Format Mixed Materials; Sound Recordings
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  • Physical Details
    • 2.2 cubic feet (6 archives boxes)
    • 1 tape recording; plus
    • additions of 1.5 cubic feet
  • OCLC ocn173692875
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  • Records of the Madison chapter (1922- ) of a women's peace organization formed during World War I, consisting of correspondence, minutes, newsletters, articles and speeches, treasurer's reports, and leaflets. Subject files, 1967-1977, document the League's anti-Vietnam war, anti-draft, and amnesty work, and there are administrative and general papers of both the national and Midwest offices of the WILPF, which were collected by Judy Sikora, chairperson of the Madison branch and member of the League's national board.


  • Presented by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Madison, Wisconsin, via Joann Elder, 1965; Agnes Hole, 1967; and Judy Sikora, 1974, 1977.