6 results found for: name:"Robson, Monica"

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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

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

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

1958 June 30

Robson, Reginald Arthur Henry, 1921-

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

Ryan Park (Wyo.) - Update on his naturalization case: has accepted a position at University of British Columbia, so he will no longer pursue naturalization in the US.

Caleb Foote Papers

1957 Dec. 31

Robson, Reginald Arthur Henry, 1921-

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

Chicago (Ill.) - His recommendation for tenure at Nebraska started troubles, since the state forbids employment of aliens who have been in the US long enough to become American citizens. As a pacifist on humanitarian, rather than religious grounds, he faces a problem, since immigration law requires religious motives for conscientious objection. Dilemma in signing the declaration that he... more

Caleb Foote Papers

1958 Feb. 7

Robson, Reginald Arthur Henry, 1921-

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

Chicago (Ill.) - Opening the issue of "religious belief": "As I understand it, applicants for naturalization have few, if any 'rights,' i.e. the government doesn't feel under the same objections to such people as they do to American citizens."

Caleb Foote Papers