Ligue Internationale de la Paix et de la Liberté Collection
Printed materials: periodicals and pamphlets.
- Majority of material found within 1867-1930
Language of Material
Materials are in French.
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research without restrictions.
Biographical / Historical
Ligue internationale de la paix et de la liberté; pacifist association founded originally in Switzerland in 1867; headquarters moved to France in 1891; members included Victor Hugo, Giuseppe Garibaldi, Charles Lemmonier, Jules Barni, Armand Goegg, Elie Ducommun, and Pierre Jolissaint; it was the first peace society to admit women to membership, and in 1868 a separate women's peace society under Marie Goegg was set up as part of the Ligue; insisted in separation of church and state and on mass public education; ceased in the mid-1930s. Not the same as the Ligue internationale et permanente de la paix founded in Paris in 1867 by Frédéric Passy. -- World Encyclopedia of Peace, Vol. IV:242.
0.21 Linear Feet (2.5 linear inches.)
Materials are arranged chronologically.
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is not the official repository for the archives of this organization.
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
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