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1919 Nov. 21

Muste, A. J. (Abraham John), 1885-1967

Letter from A. J. Muste to Willis H. White

New York (N.Y) - Expects to be at meeting in Providence on First Day.

Willis H. White Papers

1919 Oct. 12

Muste, A. J. (Abraham John), 1885-1967

Letter from A. J. Muste to Willis H. White

New York (N.Y) - Cannot come to Providence due to a prior commitment at the Forum.

Willis H. White Papers

1921 Feb. 2

Muste, A. J. (Abraham John), 1885-1967

Letter from A. J. Muste to Willis H. White

New York (N.Y) - Thanks for the check: "I quite agree with thee that labor tends to be too much in the spirit of war, not nearly so much as the other side on the whole, but that is no excuse. My own heart I strive to keep in the spirit of truth and love. I am more certain than ever that that spirit is our only trustworthy guide."

Willis H. White Papers

1943

Marstaller, Lelia S.

Conscription of women

Essay opposing the proposal to draft women into military service: "See what our forefathers did when they brought slaves to work their farms -- a civil war, a divided nation, untold human suffering for generations of both white and colored, race problems far from solved. Conscription of women is just as potential as was the introduction of slave labor; and conscription ... more

Willis H. White Papers

1921 May 27

Muste, A. J. (Abraham John), 1885-1967

Letter from A. J. Muste to Willis H. White

New York (N.Y) - "If thee believes that I can be of service by telling my labor story in the spirit of the Gospel, as thee phrases it, at Yearly Meeting, I shall be grateful and glad to come.... Thee understands of course that I shall not wish to come if my coming were to cause ill feeling that would disturb the Yearly Meeting spirit."

Willis H. White Papers

1921 Jan. 24

Muste, A. J. (Abraham John), 1885-1967

Letter from A. J. Muste to Willis H. White

New York (N.Y) - Unemployment in the textile industry has been high for more than six months, distress is high; looking for support for workers' relief.

Willis H. White Papers

1919 Sept. 18

Muste, A. J. (Abraham John), 1885-1967

Letter from A. J. Muste to Willis H. White

New York (N.Y) - Relaying news of the birth of a daughter, Constance, on Aug. 18.

Willis H. White Papers

1919 Dec. 8

Muste, A. J. (Abraham John), 1885-1967

Letter from A. J. Muste to Willis H. White

New York (N.Y) - Following up on his request for a loan for the Amalgamated Textile Workers.

Willis H. White Papers

1919 Oct. 28

Muste, A. J. (Abraham John), 1885-1967

Letter from A. J. Muste to Willis H. White

New York (N.Y) - Sorry to hear of Charles Sisson's illness and hopes he recovers. Cannot be in Providence this weekend due to prior engagements.

Willis H. White Papers

1942 June 26

Bonell, Harold C. (Harold Charles), 1908-1977

Address given at the Yearly Meeting of Friends for New England June 26, 1942, by Rev. Harold Bonell

Baptist minister addressing the NEYM on peace: "in times like there when even Newcastle suffers destruction, it may be that even the humble importation of an alien collier might well find acceptance." Praise for the work of the American Friends Service Committee; discussion of how "the church ministers to a stricken world." "Peace is not the absence of hostilities; it i... more

Willis H. White Papers