Lloyd, William Bross, 1908-
Manuscripts and Archives Division
- 25 linear feet (41 boxes)
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Collection consists of correspondence, topical files, personal papers and memorabilia, photographs and lantern slides, printed matter and other papers of William Bross Lloyd, Jr. Correspondence, 1912-1986, is with family members and friends and associates in the movement for world government and international peace. Topical files, 1930s-1985, contain near-print and printed materials and some correspondence concerning his writings, his work as editor of Toward Freedom, his teaching, and his participation in international conferences. Personal papers include student materials, diary of 1923, photographs, lantern slides, juvenile ephemera, medical records, and clippings of his newspaper stories. Printed matter consists of books, pamphlets, periodicals, and clippings. Also, correspondence of Lloyd's father, WilliamBross Lloyd, Sr., with his family. Additions to his papersinclude professional correspondence, files from Lloyd's major fields of interest including satellite and radio communications, the United Nations Association and the World Federalists Association, miscellaneous subject files,and notes and drafts of articles.
William Bross Lloyd, Jr. (1908- ) was an American writer,editor and political activist. He worked as a reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer from 1929 to 1931 and became involved in the consumer cooperative movement in Chicago and Racine, Wisconsin. From 1935 to 1938 he editedThe Racine Day, then joined the staff at the Campaign for World Government. In 1943 he was assigned to a Civilian Public Service Camp as a conscientious objector to military service in World War II. After his discharge he became a freelance writer and editor focusing on such issues as nuclear disarmament, independence of developing nations and world peace.
Controlled Access Terms
- Lloyd, William Bross, 1908-
- Lloyd family.
- Antioch College -- Students.
- United Nations.
- Cooperative societies.
- International organization.
- International relations.
- Nuclear disarmament.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- Conscientious objectors.
- Switzerland -- Study and teaching.
- Lantern slides.
- Political activists.
Additional Creator Names
- Baldwin, Roger Nash, 1884-
- Bloor, Ella Reeve, 1862-1951.
- Herbst, Josephine, 1892-1969.
- Jones, Ellis O.
- Lloyd, Lola Maverick, 1875-1944.
- Lloyd, Norris.
- Lloyd, William Bross, 1875-1946.
- O'Connor, Harvey, 1897-1987.
- Wynner, Edith.
- Civilian Public Service Camp #21 (Cascade Locks, Or.).
- United Nations Association of the United States of America.
- United Nations Radio.
- World Federalists Association (U.S.)
- Toward freedom (Chicago, Ill.)
- (CStRLIN) NYPW 88-A24.
- Schwimmer-Lloyd Collection.