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    • Howe, Harry Esmond

    • Howe, Harry Esmond, 1876-1957;
    • A black and white photograph of Harry Esmond Howe, a son of Ann Turner and Richard Howe, taken by the C.R. Savage Studio in Salt Lake City, Utah.
    • Martinsen, William, Rad, and Lee

    • Children; Martinsen, William; Martinsen, Rad; Martinsen, Lee;
    • A black and white photograph of three of the Martinsen children, identified as William, Rad, and Lee. Two of the children are posed on a wicker chair with a fur, and the oldest is standing.
    • Rowley, Loren Delaine

    • Children--Portraits; Rowley, Loren Delaine, 1921-1994;
    • A photographic portrait of an infant boy, identified on the back as Loren Rowley, son of Hugh Cleveland Rowley and Nellie Dean Conk Rowley (1900 - 1969).
    • Kingman, Spencer

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • A student at UVU, he started a group called “On the Ground Columbia”, which was active against the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and he has worked with Quakers, the green Party, Socialists, and anarchists.
    • Sister to Margaret Dearden

    • Women--Portraits; Older women; Horses;
    • A woman dressed in dark clothing and hat, sitting side saddle on a horse. Her eyes have been accentuated with perhaps a pen or pencil point. Writing on the frame of the photograph identifies her as "sister to Margaret Dearden" and "my mother's...
    • Davis, Aaron

    • Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Oral history; Veterans;
    • Aaron Davis enlisted in the US Marines and was stationed at Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, from July 1972 to May 1976. He reenlisted in the Army and was stationed at Mannheim and Kaiserslautern, Germany, and was released in 1986.
    • LaBonte, Joseph K.

    • Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Oral history; Veterans;
    • Joseph LaBonte enlisted in the US Navy before he got drafted in 1968. He talks about his active duty from April 1969 until January 1972 on board an aircraft carrier working in operational electronics where he oversaw the communication between the...
    • Caldiero, Alex

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews;
    • Alex Caldiero is a poet, performer, and "sonosopher." As part of the interview, Mr. Caldiero reads a poem he wrote for a friend in New York City after the bombings on September 11, 2001.
    • Sampson, Amanda

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Amanda is the daughter of activist Deb Levine. Helped organize walk-out at East High after invasion of Iraq. Is now concerned about environmental issues and nuclear proliferation.
    • Bradford, Anita

    • Oral history; Bradford, Anita; Women's issues;
    • Anita Bradford talks about growing up in a suburb of Los Angeles, California, her experiences as a child dealing with the after math of the Depression, attending East Los Angeles Junior College at the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement, and...
    • Pendell, Ann

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Ann Pendell, as a member of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, worked against the MX Missile program in Utah, as well as participating in a number of peace demonstrations and marches. Her focus is to educate the public about...
    • Key, Jeff

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • As a young man growing up in Alabama, Jeff Key witnessed racism, discrimination, and cruelty. He talks about how that influenced him and contributed to his desire to be a Marine. Key is gay, served in Iraq, has struggled with alcohol,...
    • Easterling, Ana

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • As part of a Quaker family and community, Ana was raised on ideals of peace, community and equality. Active early in life, at Logan High School she started a Gay-Straight Alliance and organized a class walk-out to protest the Iraq War.
    • Sanders, Ashley

    • Pacifists--United States--Interviews; Peace movements. United States;
    • Ashley worked for the first Ralph Nader campaign for president. She became concerned about the air pollution, gridlock, and urban sprawl in Salt Lake City and has vowed to help find solutions.

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