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Ira and Edita Morris papers, 1892-1988

Series V: Subject Files

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Subseries V.1: General

Correspondence, reports, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and other materials about topics of interest to the Morris's. Arranged alphabetically by topic.



Box 40 Folder 624 Africa, n.d.


Box 40 Folder 625 American Civil Liberties Union, n.d.


Box 40 Folder 626 Amnesty International, 1970-1971


Box 40 Folder 627 Asian Writers Congress, 1956


Box 40 Folder 628 Centre D'Etudes sur la Gauche Americaine (CEGA), n.d.


Box 40 Folder 629 The Committee of Responsibility to Save War-Burned and War-Injured Vietnamese Children,, n.d.


Box 40 Folder 630 Cuba, 1965


Box 40 Folder 631 Di Pietro, n.d.


Box 40 Folder 632 Disarmament, 1960-1971, n.d.


Box 40 Folder 633 Environmental Protection, 1993, n.d.


Box 40 Folder 634 Greece, 1957 & 1970


Box 40 Folder 635 Hiroshima, 1955-1965, n.d.



Box 41 Folder 636 House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), 1965, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 637 India, 1950, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 638 International Children's Centre, 1961


Box 41 Folder 639 Medical Ethics, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 640 MENSA-France, 1971


Box 41 Folder 641 Military Establishment, 1969


Box 41 Folder 642 Nuclear War, 1965


Box 41 Folder 643 P.A.C.S. (Paris American Committee to Stopwar), 1966-1967, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 644 P.E.N., 1948 & 1969, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 645 Politics, 1958-1971, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 646 Publications, 1964-1966, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 647 Revolutionary Workers Party, 1969


Box 41 Folder 648 SANE (National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Inc.), 1961, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 649 Tupamaros, 1970-1971


Box 41 Folder 650 Turkey, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 651 Vietnam, 1965-1971, n.d.


Box 41 Folder 652 World Peace Study Mission, 1964, n.d.


Subseries V.2: Hiroshima House

Correspondence, speeches, brochures, financial records, newspaper clippings, and related documents concerning the Hiroshima House. Founded by the Morris's in May 1957, the house was a recreation center and hostel for the survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Arranged alphabetically by title.


Box 41 Folder 653 Charitable Donations, 1965-1971


Box 41 Folder 654 Financial Statement, 1970


Box 41 Folder 655 Fundraising Letters, 1963-1967, n.d.



Box 42 Folder 656 Hiroshima Health Bureau Reports Status of Livelihood of Atomic Bomb Survivors,, n.d.


Box 42 Folder 657 Inaugural Address for Opening of Hiroshima Rest House, [1957]


Box 42 Folder 658 Journal #1 (Title calligraphy by Nobel Laureate Yasunari Kawabata),, 1969


Box 42 Folder 659 Letter of Appreciation, Jan. 1965


Box 42 Folder 660 Message to be Read at 1000th Meeting, [1965]


Box 42 Folder 661 Miscellaneous, n.d.


Box 42 Folder 662 Newspaper Clippings, 1957-1966, n.d.


Box 42 Folder 663 No One-No More, n.d.


Box 42 Folder 664 Note, n.d.


Box 42 Folder 665 Publicity, 1957-1967, n.d.


Box 42 Folder 666 Radio Talk, [1957]


Box 42 Folder 667 Receipts and Disbursements for 1963 and up to March 10, 1964, 1964


Box 42 Folder 668 Tanabe Talk, n.d.


Box 42 Folder 669 Thank You Letter to Ira V. and Edita Morris from Atomic Bomb Survivors,, 29 April 1967



Mapcase 14/16/5 Yosegaki expressing condolences on Ira V. Morris's death from Atomic Bomb Survivors,, n.d.