6 results found for: name:"Bofman, Albert"

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1952

U.S. Committee Against Militarization

The 3 most powerful tools in peacedom

Chicago (Ill.) - Written by Albert Bofman; describing and attempting to sell Bofman's "USA Peace Directory," "Peace and Militarization." and "You Can Change the Course of History" in 3 volumes, altogether the "most powerful peace-tools... for peace-makers."

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1952

U.S. Committee Against Militarization

Membership subscription form

Chicago (Ill.) - Written by Albert Bofman; blank form for contributing monetarily to the Committee, or for subscribing to a 6-month or 1-year membership thereto.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1952 June 25

U.S. Committee Against Militarization

Will the pickpocketers fleece you again?

Chicago (Ill.) - Written by Albert Bofman; describing the use of federal taxes to fund the war in Korea, and urging the "Paul Reveres of the 1950s" to take action against ongoing hostilities, by writing to their congressmen, organizing peace groups, and participating in the Committee.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1952

U.S. Committee Against Militarization

USA peace directory: 1952 supplement

Chicago (Ill.) - Written by Albert Bofman; requesting that recipients furnish the contact information of their peace organization for inclusion in the 1952 USA Peace Directory and inviting them to send all past and future literary to various "peace libraries" throughtout the world.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1952 June 15

U.S. Committee Against Militarization

Memo to my acquaintances; income tax clients; members of peace committee

Chicago (Ill.) - Written by Albert Bofman; citing war casualties in Korea; providing a chart illustrating "your responsibility" therefor, for recipients to place on their walls; quoting from the international law on repatriation of war prisoners; and urging readers to "change the course of history" by supporting the Committee.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1952 Sept. 9

U.S. Committee Against Militarization

German 'peace contract' Its meaning and an American plan to defeat it now

Chicago (Ill.) - Written by Albert Bofman; describing the proposed German "peace contract" and outlining at length a plan to defeat it

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers