[Dear Friend: As long promised…]
by Theodore Olson, World Peace Brigade
New York, New York, United States
September 26, 1962
Mailing consisting of a cover letter, a World Peace Brigade brochure, an APPLICATION FOR SERVICE, and STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES AND AIMS. The cover letter says we are sending you a copy of the application form for service with the World Peace Brigade. The cover letter says recent events in Central and Southern Africa confirm our earlier sense of fateful urgency about this area. The cover letter says we are happy to have helped to try and swing the struggle into a non-violent one. The brochure discusses political movements, struggles, emerging nations, Michael Scott, A.J. Muste, Jayaprakash Narayan, volunteers, Cuba, Sharpeville, and Katanga.
Collection: Winifred Courtney Collection, National Archives of Namibia