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Merton's Correspondence with:

Dr. Olof Anderson

Anderson, Olof, Dr.  printer


Descriptive Summary

Record Group: Section A - Correspondence
Dates of materials: 1964-1965
Volume: 5 item(s); 5 pg(s)

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See published letters from Merton to Dr. Anderson in Witness to Freedom, pp. 105-106.

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1. 1964/04/18 TL[c] from Merton It was good to get your letter. I rather suspected that you were implicated in the arrangements for the Hibakusha in Louisville / hibachi and Japanese tea / enclosing mimeograph on Gandhi / satyagraha «detailed view»
2. 1964/05/12 TL[c] from Merton Thanks for your letter and for the details about your visit with the Hibakusha group next Saturday. proposed schedule for Hibakusha «detailed view»
3. 1964/05/18 TLS to Merton Thank you for your gracious welcome to us on Saturday. I am particularly grateful to you for the Christian efforts for peace / Hibakusha «detailed view»
4. 1965/05/31 TL[c] from Merton I am glad to hear that the Peace Caravan of the AFSC will be in Louisville in July, and I think the retreat at Gethsemani for Peace Caravan / Johnson government and conflict in Asia / fears of war against China / atomic weapons / policing methods in Vietnam "those of Selma and Birmingham" / computers «detailed view»
5. 1965/06/03 TLS to Merton Thank you for writing me as you have. I am sorry that the young people will not have the privilege Johnson government in southeast Asia / blame placed on Eisenhower «detailed view»

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