1968 Sept. 24
Milwaukee (Wis.) - From a series of photographs of an act of civil disobedience against the war in Vietnam and the draft, led primarily by Catholic pacifists, in which over 10,000 draft files from the Selective Service Center in Milwaukee were burned with homemade napalm. The Selective Service System office in Milwaukee -- located on the second floor of the Brumder Building (now Germania Building... more
Boston (Mass.) - Crowe, arms crossed, stands under an umbrella held by Buerman.
Springfield (Mass.) - Young woman with a Work for Peace armband, speaking at a microphone, probably tied to the Vietnam Moratorium in 1969.
Springfield (Mass.) - Unidentified protest, possibly in Springfield and probably about 1983, banner reading 'Western Mass AFSC: Equality, jobs, peace,' with doves.
Northampton (Mass.) - Protesters affiliated with the AFSC, Western Massachusetts, advocating resistance to draft registration and war, carrying signs reading "No to military insanity, no draft, no war," etc. Frances Crowe (3d from left)
Northampton (Mass.) - Model bearing the caption '15x Hiroshima: stop the cruise missile / too small to monitor' and accompanied by a sign protesting deployment of the cruise missile.
1983 Aug. 27
Washington (D.C.) - Marchers at the 20th anniversary march commemorating the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, sitting by the Reflecting Pond with the Lincoln Memorial in the background.
Amherst (Mass.) - Protesters milling about, with .