Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records, 1956-2013  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action (Poulsbo, Wash.)
Title
Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records
Dates
1956-2013 (inclusive)
Quantity
24.84 cubic feet (27 boxes, 3 folders)
Collection Number
5336
Summary
Records from two nonviolent groups, the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action and the Pacific Life Community, which protested the nuclear arms race, particularly Trident nuclear submarines at the Bangor Naval Submarine Base in Kitsap County, Washington
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

The records are open to all users.

Some material stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Additional Reference Guides

The visual materials that form part of this collection are described in the preliminary guide to the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action visual materials collection. For more information, contact the Special Collections division of the University of Washington Libraries.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action was created in 1977 as part of an ongoing campaign of nonviolent resistance against the nuclear Trident submarines at the Bangor Naval Submarine Base in Kitsap County, Washington.

The nine founding members of Ground Zero were also members of the Pacific Life Community. The Pacific Life Community was a nonviolent group concerned about the nuclear arms race. It was formed in January 1975 during a conference of Washington State and Canadian pacifists, including members of the Seattle War Resisters League and Pacem in Terris House. The conference was held in response to questions raised by Robert Aldridge while visiting friends in the Washington State-British Columbia area. Aldridge became a vocal member of the peace movement after he resigned in 1973 from his position as a missile designer at Lockheed Martin. He had worked on the design of Trident missiles, and he had a crisis of conscience due to the missiles' devastating first-strike capability.

Pacific Life Community engaged in multiple forms of nonviolent action and civil disobedience against the Trident threat. In its first action, nine members walked through the Bangor Naval Submarine Base's main gate and planted a cross with an image of the globe nailed to it. Later actions at the Bangor base included cutting portions of the surrounding fence, digging a grave for a mock-up of the Trident submarine, planting a vegetable garden, and holding memorials on the anniversaries of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings. They also sent a delegation to Fiji for the Conference for a Nuclear Free Pacific held in April 1975. In November 1975 the Vancouver, British Columbia, mayor declared Trident Concern Week as a time of city-wide education on nuclear issues. During the week, Pacific Life Community members introduced the 550-foot "Trident Monster," a long train of people carrying poles connected by black flags meant to symbolize the Trident submarine's 408 nuclear warheads. In August 1976, 72 people walked the "Trident Monster" onto the Bangor base through three openings cut into the fence.

In the summer of 1977, a Pacific Life Community group that was particularly interested in Kitsap County activity organized the Bangor Summer of 1977, during which workshops and civil disobedience actions were held on borrowed land in South Kitsap County. During the summer, the group developed plans to distribute leaflets to Bangor base workers and to establish a permanent presence in Kitsap County. In the fall of 1977, nine Pacific Life Community members purchased 3.8 acres of land adjoining the Bangor base and incorporated it as a nonprofit land trust. This became the future site of the Ground Zero Center, at 16159 Clear Creek Road NW in Poulsbo, Washington.

Following the Pacific Life Community, members of the Ground Zero Center, even when arrested, strove to infuse their protests with the spirit of nonviolence as a way of celebrating life and humanity while working against violence. Ground Zero's first major action occurred on May 22, 1978. Working with other Washington anti-war organizations, they organized a large-scale anti-nuclear protest. Protestors were invited to camp the night before on land owned by Dorothy and Gerry Petersen, a local couple who were fighting the state's attempt to take part of their farmland for use as a Bangor-area freeway. The next day, 3,000 people gathered for a rally, and 300 climbed the Bangor base's fence. They were arrested and bused to Tacoma, where they were released without being charged. The May 22 action was followed by another event on October 28, 1979.

Ground Zero members persisted in distributing leaflets weekly, usually on Thursday mornings, at the Bangor base. They held workshops on various topics relating to social justice, and provided training and education in nonviolence. Ground Zero also held annual memorials of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Martin Luther King Day and Mother's Day were also often celebrated with nonviolent actions and education surrounding the Bangor base. In 1982 the first Trident submarine, the USS Ohio, arrived at Bangor and was subsequently deployed. Ground Zero attempted to stop the submarine's arrival by attempting to blockade the Hood Canal. The Pacific Peacemaker, an Australian vessel dedicated to anti-nuclear protest, served as the mother ship for the blockade.

In 1982 the White Train arrived at the Bangor Naval Submarine Base. Also referred to as the Nuclear Train, the White Train was an armored railroad train, first painted white and later various colors, that carried nuclear missile shipments from across the nation. One of its routes was from the Pantex Corporation in Amarillo, Texas, to the Bangor base. The train shipments had gone unnoticed throughout the 1960s and 1970s. In 1983, however, the Agape Community was formed by members of Ground Zero to track the White Train's movements, as well as the transportation of non-nuclear missile parts, across the nation. Members watched for and logged the movement of the White Train. Protesters held vigils along the tracks, which often included sitting on the tracks and physically stopping the White Train until they were removed and arrested. The Agape Community encouraged cooperation with police officials to ensure the safety of protestors, especially after anti-war protestor S. Brian Willson was run down and almost killed by a train carrying weapons to Central America in 1987. The last White Train shipment to enter Bangor was in 1985. In February 1986 the last nuclear shipment was completed by railway. By April nuclear shipments had recommenced by truck. The Agape Community continued to protest truck shipments of nuclear missles and train shipments of missile parts into the late 1980s.

In the 1980s Ground Zero established close ties with Nipponzan Myohoji, a pacifist Buddhist order from Japan, who worked with the Ground Zero community to build a peace pagoda. Unfortunately, the peace pagoda was never completed due to repeated denials for a land-use permit from the Kitsap County Board of Commissioners. Members of the greater Kitsap community also voiced their rejection of the proposed building in local newspapers. In May 1982 a temporary geodesic dome, which had been used for the monks' religious ceremonies, was destroyed in an act of arson. A stupa was later erected on the grounds as a memorial.

By 1992 the core community of Ground Zero had dispersed. Jim and Shelley Douglass, core members for fourteen years, moved to Birmingham, Alabama, in 1989 to track trains transporting Trident missiles to Kings Bay, Georgia. The Douglasses, who had moved to Kitsap County, Washington, in the fall of 1978 from British Columbia, had a long history of social activism within the peace movement. Jim Douglass taught classes on theology and wrote four books on the theology of nonviolence, including his first, The Nonviolent Cross: A Theology of Revolution and Peace. Shelley Douglass studied theology at the Vancouver School of Theology and was active in the civil rights and anti-Vietnam War movements. However, other important early members of Ground Zero, Glen Milner and Karol Schulkin, remained active. Glen Milner was an active participant in many civil disobedience actions and a proponent for anti-war education in Washington's public schools. He also pursued the disclosure of government information related to Ground Zero through requests granted by the Freedom of Information Act. Schulkin was a Protestant member of the Immaculate Heart of Mary community beginning in 1970, served as editor of Ground Zero's newsletter for many years, and protested for peace in the Middle East after her visit to Iraq in 1990. Nevertheless, after the Douglasses left, Ground Zero was in need of new full-time energy and leadership. Brian Watson and Elizabeth Roberts moved to Kitsap County in 1992 and became active members of Ground Zero. Another new member was Sister Jackie Hudson, a Dominican nun who exposed and symbolically disarmed a Minuteman III nuclear missile silo in northeastern Colorado and was sentenced in 2003 to 2 1/2 years in prison.

Ground Zero celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2002, having continued to engage in nonviolent anti-war action, including regular distribution of leaflets at the Bangor base.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Records document the founding, activities, and writings of the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action. Included are records from the Pacific Life Community, whose members founded the Ground Zero Center, and documentation of Ground Zero's protests against the Trident submarines at Bangor Naval Submarine Base in Kitsap County, Washington; of efforts to track the White Train; and of the organization of the Peace Blockade. Other records include correspondence, pamphlets, financial documents, curriculum materials, contact slips, publicity materials, leaflets, information packets, meeting notes, subject files, mission statements, event files, speeches and writings, newsletters, maps, logbooks, legal files, sound recordings, clippings, and posters.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The literary rights of representatives of the records-creating organization have been transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Preferred Citation

Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records. Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries, Seattle, Washington.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Accession No. 5336-001: Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records, 1956-2003 (bulk 1974-2002)Return to Top

9.62 cubic feet (10 boxes)
Arrangement: Arranged in two series:
  • Pacific Life Community records
  • Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records

Scope and Content: These records document the activities of the Pacific Life Community and the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action. Records were kept by various Ground Zero community members, including James and Shelley Douglass, Karol Schulkin, and Glen Milner. Included within the records are the leaflets used by Ground Zero from 1978 to 2001. Also included is the Bangor Summer Journal and Notebook, which was kept by Pacific Life Community members in the summer of 1977, during the period of time that inspired the formation of Ground Zero; an untitled notebook from 1978-1979 documenting attempts by Ground Zero members to meet local people and establish a positive presence in the community; and a phone log recording the the progress of the White Train as well as Ground Zero activities from 1984 to 1986. There is also a large group of clippings related to Ground Zero actions and trials. For more detailed information regarding the trials and legal arguments of Ground Zero activists engaged in civil disobedience, the Trial Files are also of special interest.

Also noteworthy is correspondence with Captain Marvin S. Greer, Jr., who was the commander of the Bangor base in 1978 and corresponded with Ground Zero during the time of the May 22, 1978, action, and with Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen, who served the Archdiocese of Seattle in the 1980s and was an active member of the anti-nuclear and anti-war movement in Washington State.

Restrictions on Access: The records are open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Received from Jackie Hudson, Sue Ablao, and Brian Watson, June 2003.

Processing Info: Processed in 2003-2004 by Noella Natalino.

Container(s) Description Dates
Pacific Life Community
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 5336-001
Historical Information
1975-1976, 1982, undated
1/2 5336-001
General Correspondence
1974-1976
1/3-4 5336-001
Meeting Notes
1975-1976, undated
1/5 5336-001
Newsletters
1974-1976, 1978, undated
Subject Files
Box/Folder Accession
1/6-7 5336-001
Actions
1975
1/8-9 5336-001
Bangor Summer
1977
1/10 5336-001
Freedom of Information Act
1979, undated
1/11 5336-001
Great Lakes Life Community
1976-1977
1/12 5336-001
Jail Sentences
1976-1977
1/13 5336-001
May 22nd Coalition
1978
1/14 5336-001
Ontario Status of Women Council
1974
1/15 5336-001
Ottawa Lobby - Delegation for a Nuclear-Free Pacific
1977
1/16 5336-001
Our Story
1977-1978
1/17 5336-001
Poetry and Music
1975-1981, undated
1/18-20 5336-001
Trident - George Recknagel's File
1972-1978, undated
1/21 5336-001
United Church of Christ - Birth Control and Abortion: A Study Packet
1972
1/22 5336-001
Women's Issues
1970-1979, undated
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
1/23 5336-001
Public Statements and Resolutions against Trident
1975-1976, undated
1/24 5336-001
Reprints regarding Vietnam
1970-1973, undated
Event Files
Box/Folder Accession
1/25 5336-001
Disarm or Die
January 1976
1/26 5336-001
Bicentennial Vigil
January 1, 1976
1/27 5336-001
Richardson Confrontation in Vancouver, British Columbia
February 1976
1/28 5336-001
Trident Monster Meets Trudeau
February 9, 1976
1/29 5336-001
Meeting with Captain Bryan
March 19, 1976
1/30 5336-001
Spring and Summer
1976
1/31 5336-001
Trident Monster in Victoria
March 31, 1976
1/32 5336-001
Grave-digging, U.S. Courthouse, Seattle
April 14, 1976
1/33 5336-001
Grave-digging, Bangor
April 27, 1976
1/34 5336-001
Garden-planting, Bangor
May 11, 1976
1/35 5336-001
Tri-City poetry readings
July 1976
1/36 5336-001
"The Yes of No" Week
August 2-8, 1976
1/37 5336-001
Fence-cutting, Bangor - Trident Monster Comes Home
August 8, 1976
1/38 5336-001
Fence-cutting, Bangor
September 19, 1976
1/39 5336-001
White House Vigil and Fast
October 1976
1/40 5336-001
Trident Concern Week, Seattle
May 8-15, 1977
Campaign Files
Box/Folder Accession
1/41 5336-001
General Correspondence
1975-1977
Meeting Notes
Box/Folder Accession
1/42 5336-001
Four Cities
1975-1977
1/43 5336-001
Seattle
1975-1977
Newsletters
Box/Folder Accession
1/44 5336-001
Pacific Life Community - New Westminster, British Columbia
1975-1977
Articles
Box/Folder Accession
1/45 5336-001
About Pacific Life Community
1976-1977
1/46 5336-001
By Pacific Life Community Members
1975-1976
Subject Files
Box/Folder Accession
1/47 5336-001
Associated Actions
1975-1977
1/48 5336-001
"International Legal Implications of the Trident Nuclear Base" by Fleming Hansen
1975
1/49 5336-001
Slide Shows
undated
Campaigns
Box/Folder Accession
1/50-51 5336-001
Bay Area, California
1975-1976
1/52 5336-001
British Columbia Legislature
1975-1977
1/53 5336-001
Heede Campaign
1976
Box/Folder Accession
1/54 5336-001
Bangor Summer Journal
1977
2/1 5336-001
Bangor Summer Notebook
1977
2/2-3 5336-001
"The Essential Trident" Handbook
undated
2/4 5336-001
Training Materials Packet
undated
2/5-8 5336-001
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation and Naval Investigative Service Files
1977-1980
Case Files
Box/Folder Accession
2/9 5336-001
Affidavits
1980
2/10 5336-001
Basic Materials
1977-1979, undated
2/11 5336-001
John Fried Materials
1956, 1975-1980, undated
2/12 5336-001
Mass Trial - Motions, Indictment
1979-1980
2/13 5336-001
Odd Materials
1979
2/14 5336-001
U.S. vs. James Douglass - Selective Prosecution
1980
2/15 5336-001
U.S. vs. James Douglass and John Clark
1980
2/16-17 5336-001
U.S. vs. Kevin Patz, et al.
1977
Box/Folder Accession
2/18 5336-001
Clippings
1978
Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action
Box/Folder Accession
2/19 5336-001
Historical Information
1979-2002, undated
2/20 5336-001
Organizational Information
1977-2000, undated
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
2/21 5336-001
Greer, Captain Marvin S., Jr.
1978
2/22 5336-001
Workers' Letters and Responses to Leaflets
1978-1980, 1995-1998, undated
2/23 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1983-1984, 1992-2002, undated
Minutes and Meeting Notes
Box/Folder Accession
2/24-25 5336-001
Ground Zero Collective Notes
1978-1981
2/26 5336-001
Ground Zero Minutes
1993-1994, 1998
2/27 5336-001
Kitsap Affinity Group Minutes
ca. 1993
2/28 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1979, 2000
Newsletters
Box/Folder Accession
2a/1-5 5336-001
Ground Zero
1979, 1984-1985, 1991-1992
2/29 5336-001
Out Now - War Watch
1991
2/30 5336-001
Pacific Peacemaker
1981-1986
Subject Files
Box/Folder Accession
2/31 5336-001
21st Anniversary of Ground Zero
1998
2/32 5336-001
Action Ideas
1993-1994, undated
2/33 5336-001
Actions
1993-1998
2/34 5336-001
Agape Community
1981-1986, undated
2/35 5336-001
Armed Forces Day Parade
2000
2/36 5336-001
Ashes and Shadows: Remembering Hiroshima and Resisting Trident
1996
2/37-39, 3/1 5336-001
Bangor Naval Submarine Base
1981-2002, undated
3/2 5336-001
Bangor Naval Submarine Base - Facts
1982, undated
3/3-4 5336-001
Bangor Naval Submarine Base - Impact/Community
1976-1979, undated
3/5 5336-001
Birmingham, Alabama, Proposal regarding Douglasses' Move
1990, undated
3/6 5336-001
Boeing Aerospace Company
1982-1989
3/7 5336-001
Burlington Northern - Nuclear Trains
1982-1991, undated
3/8 5336-001
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, Student Committee Resisting Enlistment and Militarism
circa 1997
3/9 5336-001
Christian Peace Groups
1980, undated
3/10 5336-001
Christian Roots of Nonviolence Workshop
1967, 1981, undated
3/11-12 5336-001
Conscientious Objector - Draft Counseling
1980-1991, undated
3/13 5336-001
Contacts
undated
3/14 5336-001
Covenant
1987, 1989
3/15 5336-001
D-5 Missiles
1987-2001
3/16 5336-001
D-5 9 Trial
1998-1999
3/17 5336-001
Derailments - Trains
1984-1991, undated
3/18 5336-001
Dolphins (Navy Training Program)
1988-1991, undated
3/19 5336-001
Environmental Impact Statement, Bangor
1985-1990
3/20-22 5336-001
Freedom of Information Act - Glen Milner
1983-1999, undated
3/23 5336-001
Greenpeace - Nuclear Free Seas
1989-1990, undated
3/24-27 5336-001
Gulf War - Iraq
1986, 1989-1992, undated
3/28 5336-001
Hanford Nuclear Reservation
1983-1992, undated
3/29 5336-001
Health Effects - Victims (Radiation Exposure)
1978-1992, undated
3/30 5336-001
Hercules, Inc. - Missile Motors (Utah)
1980-1988
4/1-2 5336-001
Hiroshima and Nagasaki
1962-1992, undated
4/3 5336-001
Hiroshima and Nagasaki Memorials and Actions
1994-1995, 1999
4/4-5 5336-001
Hunthausen, Archbishop Raymond
1980-1989, undated
4/6 5336-001
Indian Island (Naval Weapons Station, Washington)
1986-1992
4/7 5336-001
Jail (Karol Schulkin)
1983-1990, undated
4/8 5336-001
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps - Counter-recruitment at South Kitsap High School
1996, 2000, undated
4/9 5336-001
Keyport (Naval Undersea Warfare Engineering Station, Keyport, Washington)
1982-1992, undated
4/10 5336-001
Keyport Museum (Naval Undersea Warfare Museum, Keyport, Washington)
1982-1992, undated
4/11-12 5336-001
King, Martin Luther - Actions
1995-2001, undated
4/13-14 5336-001
Kings Bay (Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Georgia)
1983-1989, undated
4/15 5336-001
Leaflet Ideas and Material
1999-2001, undated
4/16 5336-001
Leafleting (Right to Leaflet)
1981-1982, undated
4/17 5336-001
Living without Trident
1978
4/18 5336-001
Metanoia Community (St. Marys, Georgia)
1987-1990, undated
4/19 5336-001
Native Americans
1970, 1978, undated
4/20 5336-001
Network Strategizing
1979-1980, undated
4/21 5336-001
Nevada (Nuclear Testing)
1982-1991
4/22 5336-001
Nonviolence: Practice Makes Progress
2000, undated
4/23 5336-001
Nuclear Free Zones
1982-1989, undated
4/24-25 5336-001
Nuclear Waste
1977-1992, undated
4/26-27 5336-001
Nuclear Weapons
1978-1992, undated
4/28 5336-001
Pacific Peacemaker
1981-1987, undated
4/29 5336-001
Pantex Plant (Amarillo, Texas)
1981-1987, undated
4/30 5336-001
Past Ground Zero Actions
1984, 1994-1997, undated
4/31 5336-001
Peace Conversion
1969, 1977-1978, undated
4/32 5336-001
Peace Groups
1984, 1991, undated
Peace Pagoda
Box/Folder Accession
4/33 5336-001
General Correspondence
1982-1987, undated
4/34 5336-001
Newsletters
1982-1983
4/35 5336-001
Subject File: Kitsap County Building Permits
1981-1982, undated
4/36 5336-001
Drawings and Plans
1981, undated
4/37 5336-001
Notes
undated
4/38 5336-001
Ephemera
undated
4/39, 5/1 5336-001
Clippings
1981-1985
Box/Folder Accession
5/2 5336-001
Peace Pentecost
1984
5/3 5336-001
Penny Poll
1994-1997
5/4 5336-001
People Stories
1981-1989, undated
5/5 5336-001
Programming
undated
5/6-7 5336-001
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
1979-1992, undated
5/8 5336-001
Pollution - Environment
1982-1992, undated
Poverty - Hunger
Box/Folder Accession
5/9 5336-001
Oxfam America Fast Kit
undated
5/10 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1981-1991, undated
Box/Folder Accession
5/11 5336-001
Recycling
1989-1990, undated
5/12 5336-001
Retreats
1992-1999
5/13-14 5336-001
Santa Cruz Nuclear Facility Training
1973-1979, undated
5/15 5336-001
Sowing the Seeds of Peace - Retreat and Action
1997
5/16 5336-001
Star Wars
1982-1990
5/17-19 5336-001
Submarines
1982-1992, undated
5/20 5336-001
Tracks Campaign (Nuclear Train)
1984-1986, undated
5/21-22 5336-001
Transportation of Weapons
1983-1992
Trident
Box/Folder Accession
5/23 5336-001
Articles regarding Trident in Ground Zero Newsletters
1983-1987
5/24 5336-001
At Seafair
1997
5/25 5336-001
Budget Materials
1995-1999
5/26 5336-001
Information
1977-1987, undated
5/27-28 5336-001
Graphics
1978-1987, undated
5/29 5336-001
Scottish Christian CND "Stop Trident" Study Pack
1991, undated
5/30 5336-001
Seawolf Contracts
1994-1998
5/31-32 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1973-2001, undated
6/1 5336-001
Clippings
1978-2002
Box/Folder Accession
6/2-4 5336-001
Trident-2 Missile
1978-1992, undated
Trident Protest in October 1979
Box/Folder Accession
6/5 5336-001
Minutes of Coordinating Committee, Legal Task Force, and Stop Trident/Convert Lockheed
1979
6/6 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1968-1979
Box/Folder Accession
6/7 5336-001
Truck Watch
1985-1986, undated
6/8 5336-001
Trucks
1983-1992
6/9 5336-001
United Nations
1985-1990, undated
6/10-11 5336-001
U.S. Nuclear Policy
1978-1991, undated
6/12 5336-001
USS Michigan
1982-1984
6/13 5336-001
USS Ohio
1981-1984, undated
6/14 5336-001
USS Turner Joy
1989-1991
6/15 5336-001
Vigils - Songs, Ideas, Samples
1965-1991, undated
6/16 5336-001
War Tax Resistance
1975-1986, undated
6/17 5336-001
Weaponry
1979-1982, undated
6/18 5336-001
Weapons Depots
1983-1989, undated
White Train
Box/Folder Accession
6/19 5336-001
General Correspondence of Glen Milner
1996-1997
6/20 5336-001
Packet for Hope House: Agape Community as of February 1985
1983-1986
6/21 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1983-1988, undated
Trial Files
Trials
Box/Folder Accession
6/22 5336-001
1985 "Not Guilty" Trial
1985
6/23 5336-001
Ash Wednesday Action (February 16, 1983)
1983
6/24 5336-001
Elma Action - Missile Motor Train (June 6, 1983)
1983
6/25 5336-001
Federal Train Action (August 8, 1986)
1983, 1986
6/26 5336-001
Gate 12 Action (August 6-9, 1988)
1988
6/27 5336-001
Good Friday (April 1, 1988)
1988
6/28 5336-001
Holy Innocents Action (December 27, 1987)
1987-1988
6/29 5336-001
Leafleting
1982-1983
Missile Motor Train Actions
Box/Folder Accession
6/30 5336-001
November 7, 1983
1983-1984
6/31 5336-001
April 22, May 21, and June 23, 1986
1986
6/32 5336-001
August 8, October 27, November 3, 1986; and April 15, June 19, July 29, 1987
1986-1988
Box/Folder Accession
6/33 5336-001
Nagasaki Day Action (August 9, 1987)
1987
7/1 5336-001
Peace Blockade (August 12, 1982)
1980-1982, undated
7/2 5336-001
Peace Pentecost (June 7, 1987)
1987
7/3 5336-001
Pray-In at Bangor (May 5, 1987)
1987
7/4 5336-001
Tanner Probation Sentence
1987-1990, undated
7/5 5336-001
Trial for Trespassing (August 6-7, 1987)
1987
7/6 5336-001
USS Alaska Actions (October 27 and November 3, 1986)
1986-1987
White Train Actions
Box/Folder Accession
7/7 5336-001
March 22, 1983
1982-1984, undated
7/8 5336-001
February 24, 1984
1984
7/9 5336-001
July 27, 1984
1983-1985, undated
7/10-11 5336-001
February 22, 1985
1984-1985, undated
Subject Files
Box/Folder Accession
7/12 5336-001
Case Law
1989, undated
7/13 5336-001
Exhibits
1983, undated
7/14 5336-001
General Legal
1982-1986, undated
International Law
Box/Folder Accession
7/15-16 5336-001
Background Papers
1976-1987, undated
7/17 5336-001
Writings of Richard Falk
1984-1986
7/18-20 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1956, 1977-1987, undated
Box/Folder Accession
7/21 5336-001
Missile Motor Train Information
1986-1987
7/22 5336-001
Nuremberg
1983-1991, undated
7/23 5336-001
Voir Dire
1985, undated
7/24 5336-001
White Train - General
1982-1986, undated
7/25 5336-001
Willson, Brian
1987-1988
Court Papers
Box/Folder Accession
7/26 5336-001
May 18, 1983, and June 3, 1985
1983, 1985
7/27 5336-001
April 7, 1987
1987
7/28-30, 8/1 5336-001
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute - Peace Law and Education Project Legal Packets
1982-1987
8/2 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1981-1987
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
8/3 5336-001
"The Need to Say No: The Ongoing Campaign of Nonviolent Resistance to Trident" Defendants' Brief
1983, undated
8/4 5336-001
Regarding: Nuremberg Defense
1974, 1985, undated
8/5-6 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1974-1985, undated
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
8/7 5336-001
Milner, Glen
1989, 1992
8/8 5336-001
Slide Shows
undated
8/9 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1995-2000, undated
Notebooks
Box/Folder Accession
8/10 5336-001
Boat and Train Notebooks #1 and 2
1980-1982
8/11-12 5336-001
Untitled
1978-1981
Logbooks
Box/Folder Accession
8/13 5336-001
White Train
1984-1986
Training Materials
Box/Folder Accession
8/14 5336-001
Consensus Decision Making
undated
8/15 5336-001
Fast for Life Organizing Manual
1981
8/16 5336-001
Nonviolence Training Session - Legal Task Force
1977-1979, undated
8/17 5336-001
Peace Pentecost (June 1984)
1984, undated
8/18 5336-001
Train Training Resources
1984, 1991, undated
8/19 5336-001
Trident Conversion Action (October 28, 1978)
1978, undated
8/20 5336-001
Trident Resistance Network
undated
8/21 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1982-1988, undated
Leaflets
Box/Folder Accession
8/22 5336-001
"Classics" from the Olden Days
undated
8/23-33, 9/1-2 5336-001
Volumes 1-4
1978-1992
9/3 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1993-2001, undated
Box/Folder Accession
9/4 5336-001
Grant Files
1982-1983
9/5-7 5336-001
Graphics for Newsletters
1984, 1989-1992, undated
9/8 5336-001
Mockups for Newsletters
1995-1999, undated
9/9 5336-001
Calendars
1991, 1994
9/10 5336-001
Cartoons
1996, 2001, undated
Maps
box:oversize Accession
10 5336-001
Bangor Naval Submarine Base and Surrounding Areas
undated
10 5336-001
Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base, St. Marys, Georgia
undated
10 5336-001
Railway Shipping Routes of the Trident-2 Missile Propellant
undated
Box/Folder
9/11 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1984, undated
Box/Folder Accession
9/12 5336-001
Lists
1978, undated
Publications
Box/Folder Accession
9/13 5336-001
Neptune Papers, No. 1-3
1987-1989
9/14 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1991
Box/Folder Accession
9/15 5336-001
Calligraphy
undated
9/16 5336-001
Notes
1999, undated
Plans
box:oversize Accession
10 5336-001
Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action House
undated
10 5336-001
Peace Pagoda
undated
box:oversize Accession
10 5336-001
Posters
1975-1976, 1985, undated
Ephemera
Box/Folder Accession
9/17 5336-001
Ground Zero
1997-2002, undated
box:oversize
10 5336-001
Live without Trident Bumper Sticker
undated
Box/Folder
9/18 5336-001
Word Art
undated
9/19 5336-001
Trident Action Handbooks
1978
9/20 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1982, 1991-2001, undated
Clippings
box:oversize Accession
10 5336-001
Florida-Times Union - Jacksonville Journal
August 1988
Box/Folder
9/21-23 5336-001
Regarding: Ground Zero
1977-2000, undated
box:oversize
10 5336-001
Kitsap Journal
March 1981
Box/Folder
9/24 5336-001
Letters to the Editor
1982-1989, 1995, undated
9/25 5336-001
Regarding: Nuclear Bombs
1982-1986, undated
9/26-32 5336-001
Miscellaneous
1977-2003, undated

Accession No. 5336-002: Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records, 1982Return to Top

0.92 cubic feet (1 box)

Scope and Content: Clippings related to Trident submarine protests, 1982, and original drawings for newsletters and publicity.

Restrictions on Access: The records are open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Received from Sue Ablao and Anne Hall, Feburary 12, 2004.

Processing Info: Minimally processed.

Accession No. 5336-003: Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records, 1956-1989 (bulk 1977-1985)Return to Top

6.21 cubic feet ( 7 boxes)
Arrangement: The original order of the materials has been retained.

Scope and Content: Includes subject files, notebooks, research files, and sound recordings. Subject files include correspondence, writings, agendas, minutes, directions, contact lists, clippings, press releases, newsletters, publicity materials, ephemera, photographs, and additional materials related to James W. Douglass's efforts to organize civil disobedience training retreats and workshops, the Peace Blockade, Fast For Life, and other events to raise public awareness concerning Trident nuclear submarines. Research files include briefs, court decisions, testimony, clippings, memoranda, and other research materials related to the issue of international law and nuclear weapons. Also includes notebooks containing Douglass's writings concerning the Peace Blockade events during the early and mid-1980s.

Restrictions on Access: The records are open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Received from Anne Hall, June 2005.

Processing Info: Minimally processed.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subject Files
Box Accession
1 5336-003
Agape Materials
3 folders
1969-1982
1 5336-003
Leaflets
1973-1987
1 5336-003
Directions
1982-1984
1 5336-003
Secretarial Help
1982-1986
1 5336-003
Trident in Canadian Waters
1977-1983
1 5336-003
Space Warfare
1982-1983
1 5336-003
Nuclear Train Trial Tapes – May 19, 20
1983
1 5336-003
Pocatello–Nampa
1983-1984
1 5336-003
Hedy Correspondence
1982-1985
1 5336-003
Nuclear Truck Watch
1983-1988
1 5336-003
California Trip – September 1985
1984-1985
1 5336-003
Amarillo to Albany – August 3-10, 1985
1984-1985
1 5336-003
Canadian Traffic Lanes
1977-1978
1 5336-003
Application for Charitable Organization Registration
1984
1 5336-003
British Columbia Legislation
1975-1980
1 5336-003
To Seneca Army Depot
1984-1985
1 5336-003
San Francisco Zen Center and Peace Pagoda / Hood's Head
1985
1 5336-003
Centralia
1985
1 5336-003
Peace Pentecost
1984
1 5336-003
Glen Milner – FBI Request
1989
1 5336-003
Dept. of the Navy – SUBASE Bangor
1989
1 5336-003
Leafleting Law Challenge
1983
1 5336-003
Nuclear Train Articles
1984
1 5336-003
Colorado: Denver to Fort Collins, Greeley, Other Colorado
1983-1985
1 5336-003
Nuclear Train Correspondence
1982-1983
1 5336-003
California State Railroad Map
1984
1 5336-003
Civil Disobedience Workshops
1983
2 5336-003
Freedom of Information Act Request – Department of Energy Rule on [UNCI?]
1983-1985
2 5336-003
Bangor Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Addresses and Correspondence
1981-1984
2 5336-003
Cleveland-Pittsburg Trip – August 1979
1981
2 5336-003
Salt Lake Trip
1980-1981
2 5336-003
Daniel Ellsberg
1980
2 5336-003
Nuclear Train Arrival: Seattle Media – March 22
1983
2 5336-003
Security Zone Lawsuit
1982
2 5336-003
Clippings
1982
2 5336-003
SUBASE Security Police Statements
1980
2 5336-003
SUBASE Incident/Complaint Report
1979
2 5336-003
Summer 1979 Clippings
1979
2 5336-003
Clippings
1978
2 5336-003
October 28-29 Clippings
1979
2 5336-003
Missiles and Cease-Fire Actions
1978-1979
2 5336-003
Clippings
1981
2 5336-003
May 19 and 23 Trials
1983
2 5336-003
Ground Zero Community
1982
2 5336-003
Contacts: Kitsap County/Old Ground Zero Workshops
1979-1981
2 5336-003
Meeting with Tom Hillier
1982
2 5336-003
Retreat Material
1982
2 5336-003
International Law
1981-1982
2 5336-003
Kitsap County Hearing – Public Use Permit
1981
2 5336-003
Bremerton-Kitsap County Health Dept. – Sanitary Facilities
1982
2 5336-003
Burlington Northern Route Flyers
undated
2 5336-003
India Trip and References
1981
2 5336-003
The Coming of Trident
1981-1982
2 5336-003
Area Three
1979-1980
2 5336-003
Archive Photos – Trident
1975-1978
2 5336-003
Materials from Archbishop Hunthausen
1982-1983
2 5336-003
Northern California Speaking Trip – March 1984
1978-1984
2 5336-003
Civil Disobedience Training
1982
2 5336-003
Paul Loeb Manuscript
1982
2 5336-003
Clippings
1972-1982
2 5336-003
Peace Blockade
1982
2 5336-003
The Fast for Life
1983-1984
2 5336-003
Evidence From Judge Alexander Trial
1983
2 5336-003
Clippings
1982-1983
2 5336-003
Hedy Correspondence
1983
3 5336-003
Pantex
1983
3 5336-003
August 8 Rally
1982
3 5336-003
Thomas Crosby Visit
1982
3 5336-003
Danilo Dolci
1981-1982
3 5336-003
Gavril Sarychev
1982
3 5336-003
Spotters
1982
3 5336-003
Ground Zero Leafleting Arrest
1971-1982
3 5336-003
Submarine Accidents
1981-1986
3 5336-003
Archdiocesan Retreat at Ground Zero – January 16
1982
3 5336-003
Pacific Northwest Article on Trident
1982
3 5336-003
Third Draft of Peace Pastoral
1983
3 5336-003
Second Draft of Peace Pastoral
1982
3 5336-003
Fast for Life
1982-1983
3 5336-003
Fast for Life
1982
3 5336-003
Northern California Ecumenical Council
1982
3 5336-003
Fast for Life
1982-1983
3 5336-003
Peace Blockade
1981-1982
3 5336-003
Greenpeace Supertanker Campaign Information
1981
3 5336-003
Bishops on the Bomb
1982-1984
3 5336-003
Paul Loeb Correspondence and Manuscript
1985
3 5336-003
Peace Blockade
1982
3 5336-003
Agape Meetings/Rosters
1984
3 5336-003
California (Portola-Bieber Route)
1983-1984
3 5336-003
Nevada/Sierra Army Depot
1983-1985
3 5336-003
Ground Zero Tracks Group/Tom Rawson
1983
3 5336-003
Wyoming
1983-1985
3 5336-003
Nebraska (South Dakota and Julesburg, Colorado)
1984
3 5336-003
Don Mosley/Jubilee Partners (Tom Duley)
1983-1985
3 5336-003
Kansas
1983-1987
3 5336-003
Agape Civil Disobedience Retreats
1983
3 5336-003
Bills of Loading
1983
3 5336-003
Sightings
1982-1985
3 5336-003
Legal Research on Trains
1982-1984
3 5336-003
Trident and Toxic Waste
1986
3 5336-003
Thomas Grissom
1987
3 5336-003
Ground Zero/Nuke Watch Retreat (Cruise Alerts)
1986
3 5336-003
Dan O'Neill
1986
3 5336-003
Freedom of Information Act Nuclear Transport Requests
1985-1986
3 5336-003
West Germany Train Resistance
undated
3 5336-003
February 22 Nuclear Train to Bangor
1985
3 5336-003
Nuclear Train Logs
1984-1985
3 5336-003
February 22 Train Charges/Trial
1985
3 5336-003
Centralia Nuclear Train Action
1985
3 5336-003
Conrail System Maps
undated
3 5336-003
Chessie System: [Yorktown Naval Weapons Site?]
undated
4 5336-003
On the Line
1984-1985
4 5336-003
Air Force Train – Lee Olson
1959-1985
4 5336-003
Foundation Fund Requests
1984
4 5336-003
California (to Concord)
1984-1985
4 5336-003
San Diego Research
1984-1985
4 5336-003
SNAG
1984-1985
4 5336-003
New Mexico-Arizona
1984
4 5336-003
USS Florida Arrives
1984
4 5336-003
Vancouver: Trident Action Group
1983-1984
4 5336-003
First Strike Materials
1978-1987
4 5336-003
All Along the Tracks
undated
4 5336-003
Panama Connection
1982
4 5336-003
Arrival of the USS Michigan
1983
4 5336-003
Dept. of the Navy
1989
4 5336-003
Hedy Correspondence
1984-1987
4 5336-003
Camy Condon Correspondence
1985-1986
4 5336-003
Washington Congressional Delegation/State Legislators
1985-1987
4 5336-003
Missile Motor Shipments
1985
4 5336-003
Vancouver/Portland
1985
4 5336-003
Kitsap County Sheriffs and Commissioners
1983-1987
4 5336-003
Kitsap Prosecuting Attorney
1986
4 5336-003
Bangor Correspondence/Contact
1983-1987
4 5336-003
Bangor Chaplains
1985-1986
4 5336-003
Hercules/Thiokol
1977-1987
4 5336-003
Press Contacts
1984-1986
4 5336-003
Billings-Pasco-Vancouver and Pocatello-Portland-Bangor Monitoring Materials
1985
4 5336-003
Monitoring Bangor Wells
1984-1986
4 5336-003
Nuclear Train in Seattle
1982-1986
4 5336-003
Church Executives
1982-1987
4 5336-003
Pedestrian Ordinance
1983
4 5336-003
Puget Sound Agape
1984-1986
4 5336-003
Ground Zero Speakers, Films, Leaflet Ideas
1983-1984
4 5336-003
Montana
1984-1986
4 5336-003
Fielding McGehee, Freedom of Information Act Request
1979-1986
4 5336-003
Bishop Michael Kenny
1986
4 5336-003
Reese Lundquist
1986
4 5336-003
Nuclear Train Clippings
1983
4 5336-003
Colorado Clippings
1983
4 5336-003
Amarillo-Pantex
1983
4 5336-003
Nuclear Train to Charlestown Naval Weapons Site – October 11-15
1983
4 5336-003
Oregon Motor Missile Route
1983-1985
4 5336-003
White Train
1984
4 5336-003
Idaho Motor Missile Routes
1983-1985
5 5336-003
Agape Portland
1983-1985
5 5336-003
Oregon: Klamath Falls-Wishram Route
1983-1985
5 5336-003
Nuclear Train: Oregon Civil Disobedience
1983
5 5336-003
Edwin B. Firmage Article
1983
5 5336-003
Washington South and East
1983-1985
5 5336-003
Nuclear Train: Elma and Vicinity
1983-1984
5 5336-003
Kate Boyes Correspondence
1984-1985
5 5336-003
Sue Doughtery – Liturgy
undated
5 5336-003
Salt Lake City/Utah Cities
1983-1985
5 5336-003
Peace Pentecost Vigils
1982
5 5336-003
Northport-Edgemont-Sheridan Route
1984-1986
5 5336-003
LX-09 Material
1974-1983
5 5336-003
8th Symposium on Detonation, Albuquerque
1985
5 5336-003
Nuclear Train Routes Map
undated
5 5336-003
November 7, 1983, Motor Missile Action
1983-1984
5 5336-003
Fort Collins Trial
1983-1984
5 5336-003
Elma Action: June 6 and August 24-25, 1983, Trail
1983-1985
5 5336-003
Mason County Concerns, Kitsap Emergency Services
1983-1984
Notebooks
Box Accession
5 5336-003
Peace Blockade Notebook
1982
5 5336-003
Bangor Base Book
undated
5 5336-003
Notebook-Daybook
undated
5 5336-003
Notebook – Jim Douglass
1977-1978
5 5336-003
Notebook – Cold War, Central Intelligence Agency, Canadian History
undated
5 5336-003
Ground Zero Notebook
1980
5 5336-003
Boat and Train Notebook #1
1980-1981
5 5336-003
Boat and Train Notebook #2
1981-1982
5 5336-003
Boat and Train Notebook #3
March 14 - October 9, 1982
5 5336-003
Nuclear Train Notebook #5
March 18-22, 1983
5 5336-003
Agape Notebook #6
March 24 - August 4, 1983
5 5336-003
Train Notebook #7
August 7 - December 15, 1983
5 5336-003
Nuclear Train to Charleston Notebook #8
October 11-15, 1983
5 5336-003
Notebook #9
February 9 to April 13, 1984
5 5336-003
Fort Hood Train Notebook #10
April 15 to June 1, 1984
5 5336-003
Notebook #11
June 28 to September 3, 1984
5 5336-003
Notebook #12
December 20 to April 9, 1984-1985
5 5336-003
Notebook #13
February 22 to June 9, 1985
5 5336-003
Notebook #14
June 30 to October 20, 1985
5 5336-003
Notebook #15
October 23 to February 22, 1986
5 5336-003
Notebook #16
March 23 to August 8, 1986
Research Files
Box Accession
6 5336-003
United States of America vs. Shelley Mae Douglass, etc. Brief
1983
6 5336-003
United States of America vs. Kevin Patz, etc. Transcript of Trial Proceedings
1977
6 5336-003
United States of America vs. James Douglass Ruling
1978
6 5336-003
Clippings and Briefs
1982-1984
6 5336-003
Trident Trials: International Law Brief
1975-1979
6 5336-003
Trident and International Law Articles
1980-1983
6 5336-003
Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy Materials
1981-1983
6 5336-003
International Law Articles
1956-1978
6 5336-003
Clippings and Testimony
1979-1984
6 5336-003
State of Washington vs. Donald L. Rappe Brief
1983
6 5336-003
International Law Materials
1979-1983
6 5336-003
Nuremberg
1980
6 5336-003
Briefs: International Law, Necessity, Jack Chalmers, Canadians
1976-1978
6 5336-003
Richard Falk and International Law
1977-1983
6 5336-003
Picnic Trial Testimony: Aldridge, Thurlow, Falk
1977
6 5336-003
International Law Materials
1961
6 5336-003
Cases: Selective Prosecution, Necessity, International Law
1961-1976
6 5336-003
Legal Briefs
1972-1983
6 5336-003
Leaflets
1978
6 5336-003
Telephone Booth Appeal Decision and Affidavits, Picnic Appeal Decision
1977-1978
6 5336-003
International Law
1977-1983
6 5336-003
Center on Law and Pacifism Material
1977-1979
6 5336-003
L. Sidnay Trevethan Correspondence
1985
6 5336-003
John H.E. Fried Correspondence
1979-1988
6 5336-003
International Law Clippings and Briefs
1979-1986
6 5336-003
Basic Issues
undated
6 5336-003
International Law Conference
1984
6 5336-003
Civil Disobedience Training Agendas
undated
6 5336-003
Agape Watch Newsletter
undated
Sound Recordings
Box Accession
7 5336-003
Don McRae – International Law
1 audiocassette
undated
7 5336-003
James Douglass – FOR National Conference
1 audiocassette
August 1974
7 5336-003
Jim Wallis – Resistance and Reconciliation
1 audiocassette
undated
7 5336-003
Archbishop Hunthausen – at Ground Zero
2 audiocassettes
April 15, 1987
7 5336-003
Joan Bokaer – Perspective on the Arms Race
1 audiocassette
1985
7 5336-003
Catherine Meeks – Pro-Life Conference
1 audiocassette
undated
7 5336-003
Shelley Douglass – Uniting F.O.R. Peace and Justice
1 audiocassette
1988

Accession No. 5336-004: Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records, 1972-2009Return to Top

7.00 cubic feet (7 boxes)

Scope and Content: Clippings, correspondence, leaflets, pamphlets, newsletters, legal documents, research files, notes, minutes, financial documents, contact list, maps, photographs, curriculum materials.

Restrictions on Access: The records are open to all users.

Some material stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Acquisition Info: Received from Michael Johnson, 2010 October 27

Processing Info: Minimally processed.

Accession No. 5336-005: Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records, 1977-1992Return to Top

0.58 cubic feet (1 box)

Scope and Content: Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action meeting minutes, notes, organizational history, leaflets, and publicity; also included is information on public service announcements and other Ground Zero programs and projects.

Restrictions on Access: The records are open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Donor: Anne Hall, August 1, 2011

Accession No. 5336-006: Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records, 1998-2013Return to Top

3 folders

Scope and Content: Monthly leaflets passed out by Ground Zero volunteers Jean Sundborg and Joy Goldstein to ferry commuters arriving from Bainbridge Island and Bremerton at First Ave and Marion Street.

Restrictions on Access: The records are open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Donor: Jean Sundborg, May 29, 2013

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder Accession
1 5336-006
Ground Zero Center for Non-Violent Action fliers
1998-2001
2 5336-006
Ground Zero Center for Non-Violent Action fliers
2002-2004
3 5336-006
Ground Zero Center for Non-Violent Action fliers
2005-2008, 2013

Accession No. 5336-007: Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action records, 1980-2010Return to Top

.21 cubic feet (1 box)

Scope and Content: Newsletters, fliers, clippings and other documents relating to the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Acquisition Info: Brian Watson, 2013

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder Accession
1 5336-007
Educational Slideshow Scripts
c. 1980s
2 5336-007
Handouts from Direct Action at Bangor
1996-1997
3 5336-007
Newsletters
1994, 1996
4 5336-007
Bookmarks
c. 2010
5 5336-007
Clippings
1997

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Antinuclear movement--Washington (State)
  • Antinuclear movement--Washington (State)--Kitsap County--Societies, etc
  • Civil disobedience--Washington (State)--Kitsap County
  • Demonstrations--Washington (State)--Kitsap County
  • Direct action--Washington (State)--Kitsap County
  • Fleet ballistic missile weapons systems--Washington (State)--Kitsap County
  • Hunger strikes--Washington (State)--Kitsap County
  • Nonviolence--Washington (State)
  • Nuclear submarines--Washington (State)--Kitsap County
  • Nuclear weapons (International law)
  • Nuclear weapons--Transportation--Washington (State)
  • Pacifists--Washington (State)--Kitsap County
  • Passive resistance--Washington (State)--Kitsap County
  • Pressure groups--Washington (State)
  • Trident (Weapons systems)
  • Personal Names :
  • Douglass, James W
  • Douglass, Shelley
  • Milner, Glen
  • Corporate Names :
  • Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action (Poulsbo, Wash.)--Archives
  • Pacific Life Community--Archives
  • Geographical Names :
  • Naval Submarine Base Bangor (Wash.)
  • Washington (State)--Politics and government--20th century
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • Pacific Life Community (creator)

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Audiocassettes
  • Briefs
  • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
  • correspondence
  • Court records
  • Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc
  • leaflets
  • Legal documents
  • logs (records)
  • manuals (instructional materials)
  • Maps
  • minutes
  • Newsletters
  • Notebooks
  • plans (drawings)
  • Posters
  • Press releases
  • Speeches, addresses, etc
  • writings