Chain petition. Nuclear disarmament. Prof. Ito. With three prior lists. International, 1986.

CPO 1860
BEREA, KY 40404
January 7, 1986

Dear Bill,

     I have received a letter which is part of a chain which started in Nagoya University, Japan. I am continuing this chain as an expression of a world-wide movement for nuclear disarmament.

Please join me in this anti-nuclear chain.   Write to ten scholars you know, and send a copy to Professor Ito, Laboratory of Applied Entomology and Nematology, Nagoya University, Fur-cho, Chikusa-ky, Nagoya, Japan.

                                                                 Sincerely yours,
                                                                 Robert J. Schneider

Enclosures: copies of lists from three previous letters in the chain.

Dr. D. Michael Rivage-Seul, Berea College
Dr. Ed Phinney, Jr., University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Mme. Monique Paulmier-Foucart, Universite de Nancy II
Dr. Philip J. Gallagher, The University of Texas at El Paso
Dr. Cecil J. Wooten, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Dr. William F. Hansen, Indiana University
Dr. Janet Price, Lawrence University
Dr. Ian David Morrison, University of Prince Edward Island
Dr. Clarissa Atkinson, Harvard Divinity School
Dr. Dorothy Tredennick, Berea College

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Robert J. Schneider

     I received this letter from Professor Elizabeth A R. Brown, Brooklyn College, The City University of New York, who received her letter from Dr. Janet Nelson, King's College, University of London, who in turn received hers from Dr. Patricia Thane, Goldsmiths' College, University of London. I append, in descending order, the lists of those to whom they sent letters:

I. Dr. John F. Benton, California Institute of Technology
Dr. Lucy Brown, Yeshiva University
Dr. Natalie Zemon David, Princeton University
Dr. Sarah Hanely, Institute for Advanced Study and University of Iowa
Dr. Richard Landes, Society of Fellows, Columbia University
M. Guy Lobrichon, College de France
Dr. Sophia Menache, Haifa University
Dr. Teofilo F. Ruiz, Brooklyn College
Dr. Robert Schneider, Berea College
Dr. Charles T. Wood, Dartmouth College

II. Dr. Jane Martindale, History, University of East Anglia
Dr. Paul Fouracre, History, Goldsmiths' College, London
Dr. Pauline Stafford, History, Huddersfield Polytechnic
Dr. John Parry, London School of Economics
Dr. E. A. R. Brown, History, The City University of New York
Dr. Chris Wickham, History, University of Birmingham
Dr. Thomas Noble, History, University of Virginia
Dr. Patricia Bruckmann, English, University of Toronto
Dr. Tim Reuter, Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Munich
Dr. F. Donald Logan, Emmanuel College, Boston

III. Dr. Jane Lewis, London School of Economics
Ms. Margot Heinemann, New Hall, Cambridge
Dr. Mary Fulbrook, German, University College, London
Dr. Janet Nelson, History, Kings College, London
Dr. Pat Kaplan, Anthropology, Goldsmiths' College, London
Dr. Jill Roe, History, Macquarie University, Australia
Dr. Deborah Valenze, Harvard University
Dr. Martha Vicinus, University of Michigan
Dr. Michie Takashimo, Economics, Chuo University, Japan
Mlle. Francoise Ducrocq, Universite de Paris VII

Word processor original, two pages. Dot matrix printer. Sender includes second page with three prior ten name lists. Collected by William Hansen, Bloomington IN.


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