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1958 Jan. 12

Robson, Reginald Arthur Henry, 1921-

Letter from Reginald A. H. Robson and Monica Robson to Caleb Foote

Chicago (Ill.) - Belsheim has not pressed Robson for a decision on whether he will return to Nebraska. Resolving the issue of citizenship. Will draft a statement on his objection to bearing arms in orthodox terms.

Caleb Foote Papers

1948 Oct. 27

Stillman, Calvin W. (Calvin Whitney), 1915-

Letter from Calvin W. Stillman to Caleb Foote

Chicago (Ill.) - Letter about his friend Edgar Kupfer, a German national in Italy and a pacifist. "Kupfer is a truly noble soul... He has serious internal injuries from the beatings he sustained, but worst of all, he apparently sees not much to live for. In spite of all this, his judgment of others -- including the most bestial of his guards and barracks-leaders -- remains that of a sai... more

Caleb Foote Papers

1995 Sept. 17

McCutcheon, Susan

Letter from Susan McCutcheon to Caleb and Hope Foote

Chicago (Ill.) - Jack does not like to travel, but the visit with the Footes "really was worth the whole trip."

Caleb Foote Papers

1943 Aug. 15

Letter from[illegible] to Caleb Foote

Chicago (Ill.) - Clippy [Cleveland Amory] hasn't been well and had t resign his commission; now writing out west. He and Lydia are living in Chicago. Has been at S. Luke Hospital for about four and a half months. Congratulates Caleb on his marriage.

Caleb Foote Papers

1958 Mar. 17

Robson, Reginald Arthur Henry, 1921-

Letter from Reginald A. H. Robson and Monica Robson to Caleb Foote

Chicago (Ill.) - Issues with naturalization form and question of whether he would bear arms for the US; other issues.

Caleb Foote Papers

1941 Apr. 17

McCutcheon, John T., Jr.

Letter from John T. McCutcheon, Jr., to Caleb Foote

Chicago (Ill.) - Just returned from Nassau. While in Nassau, Charlie received a final questionnaire about conscientious objecting and seems to think he may be called soon Flew back to Miami with Katherine Hepburn who invited herself out for two days. Has been reading voluminously for the Navy, but is debating asking for active training in Washington, D.C., after which he would go on act... more

Caleb Foote Papers

1940 Dec.

Stillman, Calvin W. (Calvin Whitney), 1915-

Letter from Calvin W. Stillman to Caleb Foote

Chicago (Ill.) - Won't retract anything in his last letter, but has had time to think things over about the new world coming and is more optimistic: finding the balance in natural impulses of man toward the world and future lying ahead. "whether or not I'm still a reformer is up to you. I no longer want to do these things, specifically: expand the AAA, bust rusts, kill Hitler. I think t... more

Caleb Foote Papers

1957 Jan. 6

Robson, Reginald Arthur Henry, 1921-

Letter from Reginald A. H. Robson and Monica Robson to Caleb Foote

Chicago (Ill.) - Retrospect on his case as a pacifist interested in US citizenship. Lost his Messianic zeal ten or twelve years ago and does not wish to convert anyone: "All I want to do is to become a citizen without having to lie in my teeth." Believes Nebraska may be the best place to apply for citizenship. Job prospects.

Caleb Foote Papers

1941 Jan. 7

McCutcheon, John T., Jr.

Letter from John T. McCutcheon, Jr., to Caleb Foote and Charles Butcher

Chicago (Ill.) - Has received his commission in the Navy Supply Corps; despite people saying he has grabbed off a white collar job or taken advantage of his superior education, he likes the work and thinks he will be good at it. "I understand that after all Clippy's [Casper Weinberger's] warlike talk at college he has sliced himself a nice job with the Latin American division of Intelli... more

Caleb Foote Papers

1950 Jan. 9

Stillman, Calvin W. (Calvin Whitney), 1915-

Letter from Calvin W. Stillman to Caleb Foote

Chicago (Ill.) - Believes he may have set up Foote's confrontation with the FBI. "they called me out of the blue, and spent two hours with me. I knew Ken [Stevens?] had a very important job relating to China, and as such would be a target for all the pro-McCarthy's. I knew nothing but good about Ken, but I knew some details which, by themselves, might look bad. So I resolved to tell absolutely all ... more

Caleb Foote Papers