The Knolls Action Project based in Albany, New York grew out of the Blue Karner Affinity Group that was formed by local activists to participate in anti-nuclear protests at the Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant in New Hampshire in 1978. The group decided to focus on the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory (KAPL), a General Electric facility that conducted research and training on nuclear propulsion systems for the United States Navy. The KAPL site, located in Niskayuna, N.Y., designed propulsion systems for the nuclear navy, including the Trident submarine system. The West Milton, N.Y. KAPL facility (or Kesselring site) was where naval crews trained to operate the Trident and other nuclear submarines [KAP fundraising letter, 1983, Series 1, Box 2, Folder 4]. In October 1978 the group began its Friday morning leafleting of KAPL workers at the facility's two sites. The purpose was to educate workers to the issues related to KAPL and the arms race. Each leaflet began with a message to KAPL employees, and included a reprint of articles, news clippings, and reports that often contradicted information that was disseminated in the mainstream media. Leaflet topics included disarmament, radiation safety, economic conversion, US-Soviet relations and nonviolence. In December 1978, the Knolls Community Action Conversion Project was formed with "goals of public education related to the work of KAPL, economic conversion and nonviolent resistance" [Leaflet dated Nov.18, 1988, Series 1, Box 2, Folder 4]. Informal conversations with workers led to the knowledge of problems regarding worker and environmental safety. In October 1979 the Knolls Action Coalition was officially formed and in 1981 the name Knolls Action Project (KAP) was adopted. By the summer of 1981, KAP was distributing 450-500 leaflets weekly to KAPL employees as they drove to work. According to a KAP newsletter, one of the objectives of the leafleting was "to create a dialogue and speak to people's conscience. We have made a great effort not to be 'pointing the finger' at the individuals who work at Knolls. In fact the strength of our presence is in the way we actively respect Knolls workers as people, greet them with openness, keep our sense of humor and choose not to respond to the occasional expressions of anger or violence with the same. The strength of our message is that we incorporate the necessity of economic conversion and job security as we work for an end to the destructive work that Knolls is involved with" [Newsletter dated Summer 1981, Series 1, Box 3, Folder 7].
In addition to its educational efforts, KAP actively worked to effect changes. It put military personnel in touch with draft counseling organizations, and developed a program to support KAPL workers who decided to seek alternative employment. The group faced its first direct challenge when, in July 1982, it was banned by KAPL management from entering the grounds of the Niskayuna facility. Leafleting continued across the road. The New York Civil Liberties Union took the case to Federal Court claiming KAPL violated the group's Constitutional rights and right of free speech. The Judge ruled in favor of KAPL in January 1985 explaining it was a classified facility with a right to limit public access. The U.S Second Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the decision. In 1986 KAP organized opposition to the naming of a nuclear submarine after the city of Albany. KAP also organized a caravan to follow the rail route of the Seawolf nuclear reactor containment vessel that was dug up and transported from West Milton to Ballston Spa where it was shipped by rail to a nuclear waste dump [Newsletter dated Fall 1988, Series 1, Box 3, Folder 7].
Other KAP activities involved public education, including house meetings, personal contact with groups and individuals, and door-to-door canvassing. Beginning in 1979 KAP organized annual vigils to commemorate the anniversaries of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Though nonviolent and generally non-confrontational, they practiced civil disobedience on several occasions. The first time, in January 1981, twelve members of the group were arrested. KAP's interest in disarmament led some of its members to become involved in other activist groups as well. Billy Aul became a local draft counselor and joined Upstate Resistance. KAP members were also involved in military tax resistance.
The early 1990s saw KAP increase involvement in regional and national activities, including "campaigns for legislation affecting the nuclear weapons complex, participation in regulatory and oversite hearings, and national networking and support for the work of other groups allied against the Department of Energy's military nuclear complex. . involvement in additional peace, environmental, and public policy issues relating to Knolls and the weapons complex" [Meeting Minutes, March 2, 1993, Series 1, Box 3, Folder 4]. With the apparent end of the Cold War, environmental issues began to take on importance. One larger project was the Nuclear Waste Track Watch Project (NWTW). KAP worked with the Snake River Alliance and Nukewatch to track KAPL radioactive waste as it was shipped to a DOE site in Idaho. The project was intended to yield national coverage of "secret" KAPL/Navy waste shipments [Meeting Minutes, July 22, 1992, Series 1, Box 3, Folder 6].
By 1993 KAP was able to claim numerous successes. It had obtained national grants and recognition, maintained a committed core group and its philosophical cohesion, was active in several coalitions, and was able to claim successes in its work against nuclear navy programs. On the other hand, there was concern about the reduction in donations, the over-reliance on grants and the lack of enthusiasm for fundraising. There was apprehension regarding the declining energy in the core group and interest in the broader community. There was concern about the perception that the Cold War was over and that the work at KAPL was no longer an issue [1993 Annual Meeting Minutes, November 21, 1993, Series 1, Box 3, Folder 5].
In 1994, amid rising tensions and disagreement over the direction of the group, KAP members decided to discontinue leafleting and to end formal meetings.
KAP was involved with a network of local and national groups including the Military Production Network (MPN), Mobilization for Survival, the regional Weapons Facilities Conversion Network, Upstate Nuclear Weapons Facility Networking Project, the Coalition to Stop Trident, the Economic Conversion Study Group, and the Coalition for a Clean Mohawk River. Publications from these and other organizations can be found in this collection.
KAP was staffed mostly by volunteers and financed through donations and fundraisers. It's members came from the religious, women's, and peace communities. Due to the informal nature of the group, KAP did not have any prominent leaders. At any given time there was a core group of approximately 8-10 volunteers. There was usually one part-time, paid, staff person. Foundation grants totaling $15,500 in 1993 allowed KAP to increase the hours of the staff person. As an organization it was instrumental in forming the Social Action Center in Albany, which later became known as the Social Justice Center.
These records document the activities and interests of KAP from 1978 to 1994. Some of the information pre-dates the founding of the organization, but was obtained by members of KAP for research or informational purposes. The collection is comprehensive, and contains meeting minutes, newsletters, leaflets, clippings, reports, books and publications, audiovisuals, and peace-related memorabilia. Though abundant, some of the information is redundant and some of the same clippings, leaflets and reports can be found filed in several different locations.
Materials from 1979 and the early 1980s come from John Ragusa and/or Mike Baum. Notebooks and folders contained meeting notes, flyers, clippings, slide show presentation notes, and photographs of the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory.
The records consist primarily of information relating to subject matter of relevance to KAP. The collection is divided into nine series, four of which contain subject files. Important topics have been filed within their own series. Series 6 contains miscellaneous subject files. Historical information for the group can be found in newsletters, meeting minutes, annual reviews, and fact sheets filed in Series 1. The meeting minutes provide insight into the organization and operations of KAP between 1982 and 1993. There are no minutes from meetings prior to July, 1982. The most recent minutes are from the annual meeting of November 21 and 30, 1993, and includes an income/expense statement and notes on the discussions regarding the strengths and weaknesses of KAP. Some of this information is summarized in the Spring 1994 newsletter, and illustrates the difficulties and issues the organization faced after 15 years. Series 2 contains information on other activist groups involved in the anti-nuclear movement. Series 8 contains copies of legal documents and transcripts. Series 9 is a small collection of audiovisual materials. The files are arranged in alphabetical order within each series.
The collection contains many copies of leaflets distributed at KAPL between 1979 and 1994. Most can be found in Series 1, but many have been filed within their subject files. In addition to leafleting KAPL, members of the group were involved in issues such as radioactive contamination, radioactive waste transport, draft resistance and nuclear disarmament. KAP formed alliances with many national and regional organizations. Its work with the Snake River Alliance and Nukewatch on the Nuclear Waste Track Watch (1992-1993) is well documented. The collection is a good source of information on the national anti-nuclear movement as well as local. There are newsletters and flyers prepared by the Center for Economic Conversion, Economists Allied for Arms Reduction, Native Americans for a Clean Environment and many others (see Series 2 and Series 7).
KAP conducted extensive research on nuclear issues, and collected and saved publications and newsletters from numerous sources. Many of these were adapted for use as leaflet topics. Series 5 contains official government reports from such agencies as the Government Accounting Office, the U.S. Department of Energy and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. It also contains books and other publications by such organizations as Worldwatch Institute, Institute for Policy Studies, American Friends Service Committee, and The Boston Study Group. Oversize boxes contain newsletters and publications from national and international organizations such as Greenpeace, Physicians for Social Responsibility, the Government Accountability Project, and many grassroots organizations.
The collection contains an abundance of information on draft resistance. Billy Aul, a member of KAP, was a local draft counselor. During the 1980s through the Gulf War in 1991, KAP provided assistance to conscientious objectors, appeared at high schools and street fairs to counteract military recruitment efforts, and worked in the capital region for the conversion of military resources to civilian use. Series 7 contains five boxes with information relating to these efforts.
There are several items of ephemera in series 9.
This glossary identifies some of the more frequently used acronyms in this finding aid and in the materials in the KAP collection.
AFR - Advanced Fleet Reactor.
CABEC - Capital Area and Berkshire County Economic Conversion study group.
CARD - Committee Against Registration and the Draft.
CCCO - Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors.
CERCLA - Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act.
DEC - Department of Environmental Conservation.
DOD - Department of Defense.
DOE - Department of Energy.
ECAAR - Economists Allied for Arms Reduction.
ELF - Extremely Low Frequency.
EPA - Environmental Protection Agency.
ERWM - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management.
FOIA - Freedom of Information Act.
GAO - Government Accounting Office.
HEAL - Hanford Education Action League.
IEER - Institute for Energy and Environmental Research.
INEL - Idaho National Engineering Laboratory.
KAP - Knolls Action Project.
KAPL - Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory.
LLRW - Low Level Radioactive Waste.
MPN - Military Production Network.
MTRAF - Military Tax Resistance and Alternative Fund.
NARMIC - National Action Research on the Military Industrial Complex.
NIRS - Nuclear Information and Resource Service.
NISBCO - National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors.
NLG - National Lawyers Guild.
NNP - Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program.
NRDC - National Resources Defense Council.
NRF - Naval Reactors Facility.
NRP - Naval Reactor Program.
NWFNP - Nuclear Weapons Facility Networking Project.
NWTW - Nuclear Waste Train Watch.
ONR - Office of Naval Research.
PEIS - Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement.
PSR - Physicians for Social Responsibility.
RCRA - Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (EPA).
SNF - Spent Nuclear Fuel.
SNR - Schenectady Naval Reactors.
SPRU - Separations Processing Research Unit.
SRA - Snake River Alliance.
SRS - Savannah River Site.
SSN - nuclear attack submarines.
SSN-21 - Seawolf Submarine.
TMI - Three Mile Island.
The collection is organized as follows:
All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Colia Clark, the Social Justice Center and Billie Aul.
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Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Knolls Action Project Records 1969-1994 (APAP-105). M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Knolls Action Project Records).
|1||1||Action||1988 April 22|
Eight activists arrested for trespassing while attempting to meet with KAPL general manager.
|1||2||Action and Trial||1988 April 22|
|1||3||Action - August 6 (Hiroshima/Nagasaki)||1981-1987|
Includes flyers, leaflets, and a press package explaining civil disobedience at Knolls, August 6, 1985. Includes a booklet of artwork from Japan depicting the bombing. See oversize box for Livermore Action Group newsletter Days of Commemoration and Protest.
|1||4||Action - August 6 (Hiroshima/Nagasaki)||1987-1988|
|1||5||Action - August 6 (Hiroshima/Nagasaki)||1989|
|1||6||Action - August 6 (Hiroshima/Nagasaki) (National, International)||1983, 1985-1988|
|1||7||Action - August 6 (Hiroshima/Nagasaki)||1993|
|1||8||Action - (Civil Disobedience)||1983 June 20|
See oversize box for Livermore Action Group newsletters pertaining to participation in International Day of Nuclear Disarmament.
|1||9||Actions - Participation in national "Peace - Not War - in 84" actions||1984 September 22-1984 September 24|
|1||10||Action Project Pamphlet||1989, Undated|
Pamphlet describing KAP's work.
|1||11||Administrative Policies (employment)||[Undated]|
Employment policies for KAP staff.
|1||12||Cellular Phone Information||1993|
|1||13||Civil Disobedience at KAPL - Handwritten notes planning first civil disobedience action||1980|
|1||14||Civil Disobedience - Direct Action||1982-1986|
|1||20||Clippings - KAP: Actions at KAPL||1969, 1979, 1981-1985, 1987|
|1||21||Clippings - KAPL||1977-1988|
|1||22||Clippings - KAPL||1982-1988|
|1||23||Clippings - KAPL||1989|
|1||24||Council of Community Services (Insurance)||1987|
|1||25||Directory: Camps and Conference Centers in NYS||1982|
|2||1||Fact Sheet (KAPL)||1991|
|2||2||Fact Sheet (Kesselring)||[Undated]|
|2||3||Fact Sheet (original)||1986|
|2||4||Fact Sheet (Seawolf)||[Undated]|
|2||5||Fact Sheet (Transport)||[Undated]|
|2||6||Fundraising (KAP and War Resisters League, 1993)||1991-1993|
Includes several copies of the
|2||7||General Electric Boycott - Mailing List||[Undated]|
|2||8||History, Summaries ("Blurbs")||1980-1989|
Fact sheets, flyers, documents explaining the history and purpose of KAP.
|2||9||Knolls Campaign (announcements, information, photographs)||1979-1980|
|3||1||Letters to Editor||1989, 1991|
Letter from Ellen Kelly-Lind in response to editorial in
|3||2||Maps and Directions||[Undated]|
|3||3||Media Work Kit||1983, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1990|
Collection of information explaining how to deal with the media. Notes from 1990 KAP workshop "Giving the media our message".
|3||3A||Meetings||1980 October-1981 August|
Handwritten meeting notes possibly belonging to Mike Baum and/or John Ragusa.
|3||4||Meetings||1982 July-1993 August|
|3||5||Meetings - Annual||1984-1993|
Meeting minutes form 1984, 1987-1993 and annual reviews of activities.
|3||6||Meetings - Bi-Monthly||1991 July 02-1993 November 21|
|3||7||Newsletters||1980 January-1986 November|
|3||8||Newsletters||1987 March-1994 Spring|
Photos used in newsletter mock-ups.
|3||10||Niskayuna Leafleting Data Forms||1985|
|3||11||Non-Violence Preparation - Newsprint publications and handbooks dealing with non-violent civil disobedience from 1978 to 1985||Undated|
See oversize box for resource and training handbooks.
|3||11A||11A. Notes||1979, Undated|
Handwritten notes concerning the groups activities, calendar of events, and brainstorming lists. Also includes reports on KAPL safety and protocol. These notes may have belonged to Mike Baum and/or John Ragusa.
|3||16||Press Releases||1982 April-1988 August, 1991 September, 1992|
|3||17||Radioactive Waste - Yankee Rowe Shipments||1993-1994|
|3||18||Radioactive Waste Demonstration (directions, letter, participants)||1992|
|3||19||Radioactive Waste Demonstration (leaflets/slogans)||1992|
|3||20||Radioactive Waste Demonstration Press Coverage||1992|
|3||21||Radioactive Waste Transport Meetings (Ballston Spa School District)||1990-1992|
Includes minutes of school board meetings, hand-written notes, and correspondence regarding nuclear waste transport activities conducted by KAPL on the rail siding adjacent to the Malta Avenue Elementary School.
|3||22||Radioactive Waste Transport Meetings (Saratoga County)||1992|
Correspondence regarding meetings with Ballston Spa Village Board of Trustees, Saratoga County Board of Supervisors.
|3||24||Resources - Books||1980s, 1991|
|3||25||Resources - Films, Videos||1982, 1986-1989, 1992-1994|
|3||26||Scrapbook - 1988 Civil Disobedience||1988|
Contains clippings, leaflets, copies of letters dealing with 1988 action.
|3||27||Social Action Center (SAC) Meetings||1982-1988|
|3||28||Social Justice Center (SJC)||1991|
Participating groups, SJC policy, minutes from August 19, 1991 meeting.
|3||30||Staff Reports||1991 September-1992 June|
Weekly activity reports of Daniel Mackay.
Leaflets, flyers, clippings, press releases, actions protesting the naming of a nuclear sub after the city of Albany.
Protest of USS Albany's commissioning. Documentation expressing opposition of clergy to USS Albany.
Citizen Alert Native American Program.
|1||2||Citizen Soldier: On Guard||1991|
|1||3||Citizens Awareness Network (CAN)||1991, 1992, 1994|
Correspondence between Daniel Mackay and Dale MacLeod of CAN documenting their attempts to gain support from New York and Massachusetts Attorneys General in opposing the installation of a new atomic reactor at KAPL.
|1||4||Citizens Clearinghouse for Hazardous Waste (CCHW)||1994|
Contains two journals entitled
|1||5||Citizens' Environmental Coalition (CEC)||1992, 1994|
|1||6||Coalition to Stop Trident||1987-1988|
|1||7||Community Action Against Racism and Violence||1992|
|1||8||Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety (CCNS)||1994, 1995|
|1||9||Economic Conversion Council||1991 October-1993 December|
|1||10||Energy Research Foundation||1988, 1991-1993|
Contains Research Updates and a copy of
|1||11||G.E.: Brandywine Peace Community||1982-1988|
Contains newsletters and information related to Brandywine's protest of GE's development and production of systems for nuclear warfare. See oversize box for poster protesting GE.
|1||12||Government Accountability Project (GAP)||1984-1988, 1990-1994|
Documents related to Whistleblower protection at DOE sites.
|1||13||The Green Drummer, Nov/Dec 1993 to Nov/Dec 1994 - Newsletters||1993 November-1994 December|
|1||14||Ground Zero: Center for Nonviolent Action||1985, 1991|
Shipment of nuclear weapons and waste in the state of Washington.
|1||15||Hanford Education Action League (HEAL)||1989|
|1||17||Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, (IEER)||1991-1993|
Contains fact sheets, newsletters, workshop hand-outs.
|1||19||Misc. National: Center for Economic Conversion||1992-1995|
Contains copies of publication
|1||20||Misc. National: Childhood Cancer Research Institute (CCRI)||1992-1994|
|1||21||Misc. National:Economists Allied for Arms Reduction (ECAAR)||1991-1994|
Contains newsletters, paper by William Weida entitled "Regional employment impacts from nuclear waste cleanup at Rocky Flats" (1992).
|1||22||Misc. National:National Toxics Campaign (Military Toxics Project)||1992-1994|
|1||23||Misc. National:The Nuclear Examiner||1994-1995|
Newsletters of STAR-Save Texas Agriculture and Resources.
|1||24||Misc. National: Peace Action (Don Gardner)||1994|
Report from the Military Production Network winter 1994 meeting by Don Gardner, representing Peace Action and Texas Nuclear Responsibility Network.
|1||25||Misc. National: Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER)||1993|
|1||26||Misc. National: Rocky Mountain Peace Center||1993-1995|
|1||27||Native Americans for a Clean Environment (NACE)||1991-1992|
|1||28||Nevada Nuclear Waste News||1992-1994|
|1||29||Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS)||1994-1995|
|1||30||Nukewatch: TruckWatch Materials||1984-1992|
Information on TruckWatch, the transportation of H-bombs and component parts in unmarked trucks by the DOE. Includes correspondence between Daniel Mackay and Bonnie Urfer of Nukewatch. See oversize box for copies of
|1||31||Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) - National and Local||1988-1994|
Newsletters. Also contains papers documenting KAP's work with Capital District PSR chapter.
|1||32||Radioactive Waste Campaign||1989|
Fact sheets, clippings.
|1||33||Radioactive Waste Management Associates||1991, 1992, 1994|
Consultant Marvin Resnikoff.
|1||34||Search (Nuclear Military Monitoring)||1994|
|1||35||Snake River Alliance (SRA)||1991-1995|
Newsletters and bulletins.
|1||36||South Coast Against Nuclear Navies (SCANN)/England||1991-1993|
|1||37||Syracuse Peace Council Newsletter||1992|
|1||38||Tri-Valley CAREs: Citizen's Watch (newsletters)||1993-1995|
|1||39||Trident Information Network (TIN)||1991-1994|
Newsletters. Also, correspondence between Daniel Mackay and Stephen Kobasa of TIN.
|1||40||Union of Concerned Scientists||1991|
Interview with Robert Pollard from
|1||41||War Resisters League (WRL)||1991-1994|
See oversize folder for copies of the
|1||1||DOD: RR Transport of Trident Missiles||1989|
|1||2||DOE: DODX Shipments||1993|
|1||3||DOE: DODX Shipments||1994|
|1||4||DOE: DODX Shipments (Press)||1993-1994|
|1||5||DOE: Shipyard Storage Naval Spent Fuel||1993|
Stort term environmental assessment conducted by the US Navy, and comments submitted by Daniel Mackay.
|1||6||DOE: Spent Fuel Transport (misc)||1984-1992|
Includes documents relating to shipment of radioactive waste to Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL), and a DOE Environmental Assessment of the proposed adoption and implementation of a United States Policy on receipt and reprocessing of spent research reactor fuel (off-site fuels policy).
|1||7||GAO: RR Safety Reports||1989-1993|
|1||8||GAO: Radiation Waste Transport Reports||1988, 1992|
Includes information on KAPL and INEL, Position Paper regarding KAPL-INEL nuclear waste shipments, press releases regarding nuclear waste train watch.
|1||10||KAPL: Radioactive Waste Transport||1990-1992|
|1||11||KAPL: Summaries of Problems||1988-1989|
See also oversize box for
|1||12||NRP: M-140 Navy Fuel Cask Specs||1991-1992|
|1||13||NRP: M-160 Naval Fuel Cask Specs||1987, 1992|
|1||14||NRP: Naval Fuel Cask Specs||1990|
|1||15||NRP: RR Transport Accidents||1982-1987|
|1||16||NWTW: Activist Contacts||1990, 1992-1993|
|1||17||NWTW: Budget Sheets||1992, 1993|
|1||19||NWTW: Northeast Activist Network||1991-1992|
|1||20||NWTW: Northeast Press Coverage||1992-1993|
See also oversize box for copies of
|1||21||NWTW: Nuclear Waste Track Watch (intro)||1990-1993|
|1||22||NWTW: Nuclear Waste Track Watch (overview, route notes)||1978-1979, 1989-1990, 1992|
Includes early correspondence between Daniel Mackay and Bonnie Urfer of Nukewatch organizing a joint action to monitor shipments.
|1||24||NWTW: Press 1993 - Clippings||1993|
|1||25||NWTW: Press Contacts||1992-1993|
|1||26||NWTW: Press Releases||1992 August-1992 October|
|1||27||NWTW: RR Route Maps||1987, 1992, 1995|
|1||28||NWTW: Snake River Alliance (SRA)||1992|
Joint action with KAP and Nukewatch.
|1||29||NWTW: Train Watch Diary||1992 August-1992 December|
Diary sent by Ann Sorenson to Daniel Mackay.
|1||30||NWTW: Union Pacific RR Manifest||1992|
|1||32||Nuclear Materials Transport: Regs||[Undated]|
|1||33||Nukewatch: Midwest Press Coverage||1992-1993|
|1||34||Radioactive Waste Transport: General Issues||[Undated]|
Contains only the name of one shipper.
|1||35||Radioactive Waste Transport: State and Tribal Emergency Response||1990|
|1||36||SRA: NWTW Idaho Press Coverage||1992|
See oversize folder for poster "The Low Down Radioactive Waste - Train Blues Dance".
|1||37||SRA: NWTW Idaho Press Coverage (copies)||1992|
|1||38||SRA: NWTW Idaho Press Coverage (copies)||1993|
See oversize folder for original copies of
|1||39||Spent Fuel Transport||1992|
Miscellaneous, handwritten notes, earlier clippings.
|1||40||Three Mile Island (TMI): Waste Transport||1981-1988|
|1||41||Trident II Nuclear Missile Railway Shipping Routes||1990|
|1||42||Trident Rocket Motor Shipping Hazards||1992|
Report presented to Michael Honda, Supervisor, Santa Clara Board of Supervisors by Glen Milner.
|1||43||U.S.N.: Newport News Shipbuilding||1993|
Contains clippings. Also, testimony of James Burritt, General Manager of Newport News Industrial Corporation, before the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology. Hearing topic: Spent fuel containers.
|1||1||DOE: Atomic Vapor Laser Isotope Separation (AVLIS)||1991|
|1||2||DOE: Environmental Restoration||1993|
DOE plan to clean up the environment at its defense sites. Includes transcript of Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Advisory Committee public meeting in Colorado.
|1||3||DOE: Environmental Restoration - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management (ERWM) Advisory Committee materials||1992-1993|
|1||4||DOE: Environmental Restoration - Environmental Restoration and Waste Management (ERWM) Advisory Committee public meeting||1992|
Transcript and minutes.
|1||5||DOE: Environmental Restoration - "The Dirt in the USDOE's Nuclear Waste Clean-up Budget"||1991 July|
An investigation by Heart of America Northwest Research Center.
|1||6||DOE: Environmental Restoration - Environmental Management - Readers Guide prepared by DOE||1994|
|1||7||DOE: Environmental Restoration - Priority System||1991-1992|
|1||8||DOE: Environmental Restoration and Waste Management - 5-Year Plan||1989|
|1||9||DOE: Facilities Overview||1988, 1990-1991|
|1||10||DOE: Facilities Overview (Acronyms, Glossary)||1988, 1991-1994|
Contains clippings, copies of DOE News, DOE media releases, and the following reports: "New Directions in Nuclear Safety Management and Organization" (DOE), "Final Report on DOE Nuclear Facilities: (Advisory Committee on Nuclear Facility Safety to the Secretary of Energy), "White Elephants: The expensive failures of the U.S. Department of Energy" (Natural Resources Defense Council), "Department of Energy Nuclear Weapons Complex" (Physicians for Social Responsibility).
|1||11||DOE: Facilities Overview - Final Report on DOE Nuclear Facilities||1991 November|
A report by the Advisory Committee on Nuclear Facility Safety to the Secretary of Energy.
|1||12||DOE: Facilities Overview - Final report of the Secretary of Energy Advisory Board Task Force on Radioactive Waste Management (draft)||1992 December|
Includes two 1993 GAO reports, "DOD Budget: Future years defense program needs details based on comprehensive review", and "Department of Energy: Management problems require a long-term commitment to change".
|1||13||DOE: Fernald Residents for Environmental Safety and Health (F.R.E.S.H.) Newsletters||1992- 1994|
|1||14||DOE: PEIS Reconfiguration||1989, 1991-1993|
Several reports regarding the Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (PEIS) for the DOE's Environmental Restoration and Waste Management program (for reconfiguring, or modernizing, the nuclear weapons complex).
|1||15||DOE: PEIS Reconfiguration Scope Hearings||1991|
|1||16||DOE: Public Involvement Guidelines||1991, 1993-1994|
|1||17||DOE: Publications - Office of Technology Assessment||1991|
Publications regarding clean-up of the nuclear weapons complex.
Articles and clippings on whistleblowers at DOE facilities.
|1||19||DOE: "The Wrong Stuff" - An information summary on Victor Stello||1989|
Report by the Government Accountability Project on the Assistant Secretary for Defense Programs Designate.
|2||1||Correspondence with KAPL employees||1980-1989, 1991|
|2||2||DOE: Hanford||1988-1989, 1991-1993|
See oversize box for special report of
|2||3||DOE: INEL||1986-1988, 1990-1993|
|2||4||DOE: INEL (Reports)||1991-1993|
|2||5||DOE: Lawrence Livermore Labs||1991-1993|
Includes information on Edward Teller, co-founder of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
|2||6||DOE: Los Alamos Labs||1991-1993|
Includes a conference report from LANL 2000: The role of the National Laboratory in the 21st Century (Aug. 20-22, 1993), and
|2||7||DOE: Oak Ridge||1989, 1991, 1992|
|2||8||DOE: Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant||1993|
Includes several copies of
|2||12||DOE: Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant||1984, 1991-1995|
Includes several copies of "Environmental Restoration", a fact sheet prepared by DOE, as well as information obtained by Daniel Mackay during a 1995 visit to the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant. See oversize box for original Special Section from the
|2||13||DOE: Rocky Flats||1988, 1992-1993|
|2||14||DOE: Savannah River Plant||1988, 1991-1993|
Clippings. Also includes a GAO report on
Clipping regarding suspension of plant official.
|2||16||DOE: Waste Isolation Pilot Plant||1990-1992|
Includes clippings, fact sheets, and GAO testimony on
|2||17||DOE: Yucca Mountain||1991-1994|
Includes clippings, copies of
|2||18||DOE Chief: Hazel O'Leary||1993|
Questions and answers for Secretary-Designate of Energy Hazel O'Leary, from the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
|2||20||Environmental Defense Institute (INEL News)||1991-1992|
Includes a Citizens guide to the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory compiled for the Environmental Defense Institute.
|2||21||Research (Karl Francis)||[Undated]|
Seminar project of Karl Francis.
|2||22||Research on KAPL||1973-1974, 1979-1982, 1986-1987|
|1||1||Final Environmental Impact Statement on the Disposal of the S3G and D1G Prototype Reactor Plants||1997|
|1||2||NYS: Energy Research and Development Authority||1991-1992|
"Cleanup or Coverup? Confidential briefing paper concerning the Knolls Atomic Power Lab", prepared by the Government Accountability Project; GAO Report
|1||4||U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Guides||1988, 1990, 1992|
Guides prepared by DOT regarding hazardous materials.
|1||1||Citizens Environmental Coalition - A citizens' guide to understanding measurements of toxic and radioactive concentrations||1990|
|1||2||The Legislative Commission on Critical Transportation Choices - Dangerous Cargo! The transportation of hazardous materials by highway: an analysis of federal and state regulations aimed at minimizing risk, with legislative recommendations for New York State||1993|
|1||3||Community Teamwork: Working together to promote hazardous materials transportation safety (DOT||1983)|
|1||4||GAO Report -World Agriculture: Factors influencing trends in world agricultural production and trade||1989|
|1||5||GAO Report - Reports and Testimony||1991 March|
Highlights: Deposit insurance; Federally sponsored research; Tax administration.
|1||5||GAO Report - Reports and Testimony||1991 April|
Highlights: Banking; Bottled water; Health care costs.
|1||6||GAO Report - Reports and Testimony||1991 June|
Highlights: Resolution Trust Corp.; Canadian health care; 1990 census.
|1||7||GAO Report -Asbestos Removal and Disposal: EPA needs to improve compliance with its regulations||1992|
|1||8||GAO Report -Nuclear Science: Monitoring improved, but more planning needed for DOE test and research reactors||1992|
|1||9||GAO Report -Defense Procurement: Trends for 1985-93 in DOD's spending, employment, and contractors||1992|
|1||10||GAO Report -Navy Strategic Forces: Trident II proceeding toward deployment||1988|
|1||11||GAO Report -Navy Maintenance: Fewer shipyards may be needed as ship repair requirements decline||1992|
|1||12||GAO Report -Navy Ships: Plans and anticipated liabilities to terminate SSN-21 program contracts||1992|
|1||13||GAO Report -Navy Research: Status of programs in nonacoustic antisubmarine warfare research||1991|
|1||14||GAO Report -1992 Navy Budget: Potential reductions in research, development, test, and evaluation programs||1991|
|1||15||GAO Report -1993 Navy Budget: Potential reductions and rescissions in RDT&E programs||1992|
|1||16||GAO Report -1993 Navy Budget: Potential reductions in weapons procurement programs||1992|
|1||17||GAO Report -Navy ACQ=Development of the AN/BSY-1 combat system||1992|
|1||18||GAO Report -Navy ACQ=AN/BSY-1 combat system operational evaluation||1992|
|1||19||GAO Report -Submarine Combat System: BSY-2 development risks must be addressed and production schedule reassessed||1991|
|1||20||GAO Report -Submarine Combat System: Technical challenges confronting Navy's Seawolf AN/BSY-2 development||1989|
|1||21||GAO Report -Navy Torpedo Program: MK-48 ADCAP propulsion system upgrade not needed||1992|
|1||22||GAO Report -Submarine Technology: Transition plans needed to realize gains from DOD advanced research||1990|
|1||23||GAO Report -Nuclear Health and Safety: DOE needs to take further actions to ensure safe transportation of radioactive materials||1988|
|1||24||GAO Report -Undersea Surveillance: Navy continues to build ships designed for Soviet threat||1992|
|1||25||DEC - 1987 NYS Low-Level Radioactive Waste Transportation Report||1989|
|1||26||DEC - 1988 NYS Low-Level Radioactive Waste Transportation Report||1991 April|
|1||27||DEC - 1989 NYS Low-Level Radioactive Waste Transportation Report||1991 July|
|1||28||DEC - Risk assessment and financial surety requirements analysis for transportation of Low-level radioactive waste in New York State, Volume II (draft||1988)|
|1||29||DEC - Final Generic Environmental Impact Statement for Promulgation of 6 NYCRR Part 381: Regulations for Low-level radioactive waste transporter permit and manifest system, Volume I||1988|
|1||30||New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct, Annual Report||1990|
|1||31||U.S. DOT - Annual Report on Hazardous Materials Transportation||1990|
|1||32||Educational Series from DOE on Science, Society, and America's Nuclear Waste||1992|
|1||33||The Nairobi forward - looking strategies for the advancement of women||1985|
|1||34||U.S. DOE -Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Five-Year Plan, Student Edition||1992|
|2||35||U.S. DOE -Nuclear Weapons Complex Reconfiguration Study||1991|
|2||36||U.S. DOE -Final Environmental Impact Statement: Special Isotope Separation Project, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho (Volumes 1 and 1||1988)|
|2||37||U.S. DOE -Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Five-Year Plan (FY 1991-1995)||1991-1995|
|2||38||U.S. DOE -Response to public comments on FY 1991-1995 Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Five-Year Plan and Draft Applied Research, Development, Demonstration, Testing, and Evaluation Plan||1989|
|2||39||U.S. DOE -Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Five - Year Plan FY 1992-1996||1990|
|2||40||U.S. DOE -Environmental Restoration and Waste Management Five - Year Plan FY 1993-1997||1991|
|2||41||The Helpless Giant: a metaportrait of the defense budget with an essay by Andrew Hamilton and introduction by Congressman Les Aspin||1972|
|2||42||Seymour Melman -An Economic Alternative to the Arms Race: Conversion from military to civilian economy||1987|
|2||43||Despair and Empowerment Workshops - Despairwork: awakening to the peril and promise of our time (Joanna Macy) a pamphlet||[Undated]|
|2||44||Worldwatch Institute -Reassessing Nuclear Power: The fallout from Chernobyl||1987|
|2||45||Congressional Joint Economic Committee -Economics of Defense Policy: ADM. H.G. Rickover (Part 1)||1982 January 28|
|2||46||Association for Transarmament Studies -National Security through Civilian-Based Defense (Gene Sharp)||1985|
|2||47||American Friends Service Committee -Questions and Answers on the Soviet Threat and National Security||1981|
|2||48||Institute for Policy Studies -The Counterforce Syndrome: A guide to U.S. nuclear weapons and strategic doctrine (Robert Aldridge)||1978)|
|2||49||The Council on Economic Priorities -The Costs and Consequences of Reagan's Military Buildup: A report to The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO and The Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy||1982|
|2||50||Concerning Dissent and Civil Disobedience (Abe Fortas)||1968)|
|2||51||Is it Too Late? The longest letter I've ever written. (Taeko Kansha)||1987)|
|2||52||Women Working for a Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific -Pacific Women Speak||1987|
|2||53||What if Nobody Came? (Dorice McDaniels)||1984)|
|2||54||Alternative Defense Project -An Emerging Consensus: Common security through qualitative disarmament||1988|
|2||55||Investor Responsibility Research Center -The Nuclear Weapons Industry (Kenneth Bertsch and Linda Shaw)||1984)|
|2||56||Institute for Policy Studies -The Federal Budget and Social Reconstruction (Marcus Raskin)||1978)|
|2||57||The Boston Study Group -The Price of Defense: A new strategy for military spending||1979|
|2||58||Economic Conversion: Revitalizing America's economy (edited by Suzanne Gordon and Dave McFadden)||1984)|
|2||59||World Military and Social Expenditures (Ruth Leger Sivard)||1983|
|2||60||Institute for Policy Studies -You Can't Hug with Nuclear Arms!||1982|
Photos from June 12 and related disarmament demonstrations.
|2||61||The ACCESS Resource Guide: An international directory of information on war, peace, and security (edited by William Kincade and Priscilla Hayner)||1988)|
|2||62||Pasos Hacia la Paz Interior (in Spanish)||Undated|
|2||63||Peace Pilgrim: Her life and work in her own words||1982|
|2||64||PlanetHood: The key to your survival and prosperity Benjamin Ferencz and Ken Keyes, Jr.||1988|
|3||1||100 Recent Findings of Historic Contamination||1984, 1987|
An appeal of a determination issued by the Office of Naval Reactors (of the DOE) that denied a request for information as pursuant to the FOIA.
Includes a report on the status of the KAPL implementation of the DOE Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA).
|3||5||Chemical Wash Disposal||1958, 1961, 1979|
|3||6||Cyanide-Knolls site||1986 January 13|
|3||7||Documents||1967, 1970, 1986, 1989|
Documents relating to CERCLA; evaluation of the Knolls site radioactive liquid waste annual discharge limit; DOE's Personnel Security Assurance Program.
Documents relating to Knolls site radioactive contamination; Gag Order; appeal of FOIA response.
|3||9||Environmental Assessment: Installation and Operation of the AF Reactor Prototype in the S8G Prototype Plant||1991|
|3||10||Evidence of Radiation Contamination||1956, 1979, 1987|
|3||11||External Dosimetry/Internal Monitoring - KAPL||1987|
Correspondence regarding requests for information; also includes the following requested document: "Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory Audit of Environmental Programs" dated June 8, 1987.
Includes requests to John H. Carter, Chief of FOIA and Privacy Acts, DOE, and a list of "Worthwhile KAPL documents to FOI".
Correspondence regarding requests for information.
|3||15||For Pat||1987, 1989|
Correspondence related to the radiological survey of the Mohawk River sediment.
|3||16||Gag Order Suit||1988-1989|
First amended complaint and defendants' answer filed in U.S. District Court.
|3||17||Geohydrologic Report - KAPL Sanitary Landfill (Niskayuna)||1978-1979|
|3||18||Geohydrologic Report - Sanitary Landfill (Milton)||1978-1979|
|3||19||Industrial Safety, Incident Prevention and Industrial Hygiene Appraisal of the KSO and follow-up||1985-1986|
|3||20||GE documents||1956, 1967, 1979, 1985(?), 1987-1988|
|3||21||KAPL and environmental studies||1966-1967, 1980, 1986-1989|
|3||22||KAPL Documents||1988, 1990-1992|
|3||23||KAPL Internal - 61 Radiological Contaminated Sites||1985|
|3||24||KAPL Parking lot/Memo||1985, 1988|
Documents related to soil contamination at KAPL parking lot.
|3||25||Knolls Soil and Water Monitoring||1984|
|3||26||Landfill - Knolls||1980-1982, 1988|
|3||27||Mohawk River 1||1989|
|3||28||Mohawk River 2||1978, 1980, 1987|
Documents related to contamination at the original Knolls site.
|3||30-31||Preliminary Assessment 2, (4/88)||1986, 1988|
Assessments reports at various sites.
|3||32||SNR Appraisals - Quality (Assurance calibration: Mechanical calibration operation)||1985, 1988|
Reports of Schenectady Naval Reactors (SNR).
|3||33||SPRU Facilities (Separations Processing Research Unit)||1972, 1976, 1983-1984, 1989|
|3||34||Schenectady Gazette Blowout||1989|
|3||35||Slurry Drum Survey||1982 December|
|3||36||Soil Survey - former rail shipping area (Knolls site), (February 27, 1984)||1984, 1989|
|3||38||Windsor Site||1978, 1985|
|1||1||Briefing Book on the Military-Industrial Complex||[Undated]|
Published by Council for a Livable World Education Fund.
Articles from the
|1||4||Conversion Campaign Update||[Undated]|
Correspondence from KAP to Governor Mario Cuomo, Congressman Michael McNulty, and Philip Salm, Manager SNR regarding radioactive contamination.
|1||6||DEC: Mohawk River Study||1988-1989|
|1||7||"Deadly Deception" (INFACT)||1991|
Video expose of GE. Includes an organizing packet for GE boycott.
|1||8||First Strike/Trident II||1978, 1980-1987|
Articles and information on nuclear weapons.
See oversize box for "War and Peace in the Nuclear Age" (Special Section to the
|1||9||Floating Reactors: The Secret Story of Nuclear Power at Sea (Greenpeace)||[Undated]|
|1||11||KAPL: GAO Report and Testimony||1991|
|1||12||KAPL: Savannah River Site (SRS) Waste Cycle||1992|
Includes the following report prepared for DOE:
|1||13||KAPL: Niskayuna LLWTF EA (Low level Waste Treatment Facility - Environmental Assessment)||1993|
Includes the following report prepared by DOE Office of Naval Reactors:
|1||14||KAPL: Niskayuna Site||1982, 1988-1994|
Primarily clippings from 1989; also information about activities at KAPL sent by James Burn (KAPL) to Daniel Mackay (1993).
|1||15||KAPL: Peek Street Temporary Atomic Power Laboratory (TAPL) Site||1975, 1979, 1988-1993|
Includes documents received from DOE in response to FOI request by Thomas Carpenter of the Government Accountability Project.
|1||16||KAPL: West Milton Site||1991-1993|
|1||17||KAPL: Windsor Site||1980|
Includes GAO's Analysis of Alleged Health and Safety Violations at the Navy's Nuclear Power Training Unit at Windsor, Connecticut.
Clippings on defense industry workers. Articles on labor disputes (1989) and diversification (1992).
|1||19||Malta Test Station||1986|
|1||20||Military Contractors||1980-1981, 1985-1987, 1989|
Clippings, information sheets, and a report prepared by the American Friends Service Committee and the Central New York Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign Onondaga County's place in the nuclear arms race: Anti-submarine warfare.
|1||22||Miscellaneous Handwritten Notes||[Undated]|
Notes regarding status of FOI requests, contamination, National Resources Defense Council (NRDC), and other miscellaneous subject areas.
|1||23||Naval Reactor Program (NRP): Activist Summit||1993|
Proposed agenda for activist meeting on Naval Reactor Program issues.
|1||24||NRP: INEL Facilities||1984, 1988-1993|
See oversize box for
|1||25||NRP: Overview||1982, 1988, 1990-1992|
|1||26||"Nuclear Culture: Rituals of Renewal Among Nuclear Weapons Scientists"||1991|
Paper presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science meetings.
|1||27||Nuclear Facilities NYS (commercial)||1991-1992|
|1||28||Nuclear Power||1993, Undated|
|1||29||Nuclear Ships/Weapons Inventory||1987-1994|
Articles and reports on the nuclear arms race at sea.
|1||30||Nuclear Testing Moratorium||1984-1993|
Articles, newsletters and reports.
|1||31||ONR: Hanford Decommissioning Site||1982-1983|
Disposal of decommissioned, defueled Naval Submarine Reactor Plants.
Information on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's finding that DOE's health and safety programs are insufficient.
Information sheet "Taking Action Against Racism and Violence" by the War Resisters League.
Articles, newsletters, fact sheets and reports.
See oversize box for
|1||37||Radiation Victims||1986, 1991|
Articles; also information from the National Committee for Radiation Victims on the Radiation Victims Rights Project.
|1||38||Radioactive Waste||1979, 1982-1985, 1991-1992|
Clippings. Also, 1979 memorandum from DOE Division of Security on reporting demonstrations.
See oversize box for
|2||1||Radioactive Waste||1991-1992, 1994|
|2||2||Radioactive Waste/Ballston Spa School Board||1991-1992|
|2||3||Radioactive Waste: Low-level (West Valley)||1983-1985, 1987-1989, 1991, 1993|
Contains reports and fact sheets from both consumer organizations and government agencies.
|2||4||Radiological Monitoring (Citizens)||1990-1991, 1993|
|2||5||Royal Navy: Nuclear Emergency Planning||1990-1993|
Contains reports by Greenpeace, and William Peden of the Nuclear Transport Information Group on the planning for nuclear naval accidents in specific areas of Great Britain.
|2||6||SSN: Centurion Class Submarine||1988-1992|
|2||7||SSN-21 Press Coverage||1988-1992, 1994|
Primarily clippings on the Seawolf Class Submarine.
|2||8||SSN-21: Seawolf Class Submarine Overview||1987, 1989-1993|
|2||9||Seawolf Advance Fleet Reactor (AFR)||1992, 1994|
Correspondence related to the construction and testing at Kesselring of the prototype nuclear reactor for the Seawolf.
|2||10||Seismic Activity: New York State||ca. 1989|
|2||11||Speech - Suzanne Massie||1989|
Speech delivered to the Committee for National Security, Washington D.C.
Information related to the transport of nuclear waste.
Articles, leaflets and clippings related to the Trident Submarine.
See oversize box for poster: Stop the D-5 (Trident II) Missile.
|2||14||U.S. Nuclear Weapons Deployments||1992|
"Taking Stock: U.S. nuclear deployments at the end of the cold war", Greenpeace/NRDC, August 1992.
|2||15||U.S.N.: Charleston Naval Shipyard||1993|
|2||16||U.S.N.: Mare Island Naval Shipyard||1993|
Includes two GAO reports.
|2||17||U.S.N.: Naval Nuclear Incidents||1989-1994|
Clippings, articles, information from Greenpeace.
See oversize box for copy of
|2||18||U.S.N.: Norfolk Naval Shipyard||1991, 1993-1994|
Clippings and a GAO report.
|2||19||U.S.N.: Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard||1991-1994|
Includes copies of
|2||20||U.S.N.: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard||1981, 1988, 1993-1994|
|2||21||U.S.N.: Puget Sound Naval Shipyard||1979, 1992-1994|
Includes reports from GAO and SEARCH, a public interest project of The Tides Foundation.
|2||22||U.S.N.: Submarine Strategy||1989-1994|
Includes reports from the Natural Resources Defense Council and the U.S. Naval Institute.
|2||23||USSR/CIS: Naval Nuclear Incidents||1991-1994|
Much of the information prepared by Greenpeace.
|3||1||AFR - Draft Environmental Assessment and Testimony||1991|
"Proposed Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)" based on the "Environmental Assessment: Installation and operation of the AFR prototype in the S8G prototype plant located at the KAPL Kesselring Site", and NRDC/KAP comments.
|3||2||AFR: Public Testimony and Comments on Environmental Assessment||1990 December 05|
|3||3||AFR - NNP Testimony Handouts||1990 December 05|
|3||4||AFR - NRDC Lawsuit - Current Draft||1991|
|3||5||AFR - NRDC Lawsuit - Originals||1990-1992|
|3||6||AFR - NRDC Lawsuit - Press Releases||1990|
|3||7||AFR - NRDC Lawsuit - Previous Drafts||1990-1992|
|3||8||Babcock and Wilcox: Naval Nuclear Fuel Facility||[Undated]|
|3||10||Committee Nuclear Power Issues||1992-1993|
Testimonies given to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space and Technology (1993).
|3||11||Comprehensive Test Ban||1993|
|3||13||Defense Industrial Base Issues||1992-1993|
published by Council for a Livable World Education Fund, and GAO report
|3||14||Dose Reconstruction Studies||1993|
The Savannah River Site Dose Reconstruction Project.
|3||15||Dry Cask Storage Information||ca. 1989|
Information packet from the Nuclear Information and Resource Service (NIRS).
|3||16||ELF (Trident Communications)||1978-1979, 1982, 1984, 1993|
Correspondence, newsletters, reports regarding Project ELF (Extremely Low Frequency), a submarine communications facility that transmits Extremely Low Frequency electromagnetic radiation.
|3||17||FOIA Document Index||1989-1991, 1993|
|3||18||FOIA Requests: Guidelines||1988-1990|
|3||19||FOIA Requests: NYS Government||1991-1992|
Correspondence related to the use of the Ballston Spa sail siding for the transport of radioactive materials.
Finding of No Significant Impact based on the "Environmental Assessment: Installation and operation of the AFR prototype in the S8G prototype plant located at the KAPL Kesselring Site".
Articles on GE boycott; GE and PCBs.
|3||23||Idaho vs. DOE Congressional Exemption||1993|
Contains testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee on the shipment of spent nuclear fuel from US Navy ships and submarines to the Idaho Natl. Engineering Laboratory (July 28, 1993).
|3||24||Idaho and Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal||1993|
|3||25||Idaho and Spent Nuclear Fuel Lawsuits||1992|
|3||26||KAPL: Hazardous Waste Contingency Plan||1990|
Information from DOE.
|3||27||KAPL/DOE: Dennis Dougherty Letter||1992|
Letter to Admiral Watkins, Secretary DOE regarding the danger of the use of a new pressure vessel head with an old pressure vessel.
|3||28||KAPL/DOE: Scheib/Pax Christi Letter||1993|
Letter to Vice-President Gore suggesting ways to reduce waste in government.
|3||30||Low-Level Radioactive Waste||1989|
NIRS fact sheet.
|3||31||MRS: Monitored Retrievable Storage||1993|
Memorandum from Arjun Makhijani, Institute for Energy and Environmental Research.
|3||33||Military Toxic Wastes||1992|
|3||35||NNP: Thresher/Scorpion Sinkings||1993|
Included copies (Undated) of two previously confidential "Findings of Fact" which were the results of the inquiries into the incidents.
|3||36||NRDC/KAP Letter: DOE - Correspondence related to AFR||1993|
|3||37||New York State: Government Oversite||1989-1990|
|3||38||New York State: Low-Level Radioactive Waste Transportation Report||1991|
|3||39||New York State Emergency Response Plan||1990-1992|
|3||40||Nuclear Issues: USSR/C.I.S.||1992|
|3||41||Nuclear Reactors: Yankee Rowe||1992|
|3||42||ONR (Office of Naval Research): FY 1988 Budgets||1987|
|3||43||ONR: FY 1989 Budgets||1988|
|3||44||ONR: FY 1990-1991 Budgets||1989|
|3||45||ONR: FY 1992 Budget (NRP)||1991-1992|
|3||46||ONR: FY 1993 Budget||1992-1993|
|3||47||Offsite Fuel Policy - Environmental Assessment||1991|
Includes clippings, and a copy of
|3||51||Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)/Toxics at KAPL Sites||1990-1992|
|3||52||S8G Prototype Environmental Statement||1972|
|3||53||SP-100: Space - Based Reactor||1992|
|3||54||Secrecy in Government||1992-1993|
Two copies of
|3||55||Site Specific Advisory Boards/Keystone||1993|
|3||56||Uranium Enrichment Issues||[Undated]|
Uranium enrichment fact sheet prepared by the National Taxpayers Union.
|3||58||Westinghouse Electric Corporation||1989|
, a publication by Jonathan Pressler and the River City Nonviolent Resistance Campaign.
|4||1||GE: Boycott||1982-1988, 1991|
See oversize box for two bumper stickers and button.
|4||2||GE: Community Relations, Miscellaneous||1984-1987|
|4||3||GE: Environmental, Energy Safety||1979, 1984-1987, 1991-1992|
|4||4||GE: Jobs||1980-1981, 1984-1987|
|4||5||GE: Personnel||1982, 1984-1988|
|4||6||GE: Profits, Taxes, Business Deals||1982-1987|
|4||8||GE: Stockholders Alliance||1980, 1983-1984, 1986|
|4||9||GE: Unions, Strikes||1985-1987|
|4||10||General Electric Company||1979-1988|
|1||1||Actions/Dated Special Leaflets||1980-1988|
|1||2||American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)||1987-1988|
Controversies resulting from airing of the film on television.
|1||4||Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Nuclear Times||1985, 1987, 1991|
|1||5||Capital District||1979-1980, 1982-1987|
Information regarding defense spending in the Capital District area.
Includes clippings, statements and correspondence from Congressman Sam Stratton.
|1||7||Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO)||[Undated]|
Includes leaflets, and testimony heard before House Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families (Rep. George Miller) holding hearing on Children's Fears of War (1983).
|1||9||Citizens Energy Council||1986-1988|
See oversize box for two copies of
|1||10||Civil Defense||1982, 1984|
|1||11||Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy||1982-1987|
|1||12||Conscientious Objectors||1980, 1984-1988|
|1||13||Conscientious Objectors: 1. Active Case||ca. 1987|
|1||14||Conscientious Objectors: 2. Case||1985-1986|
Clippings, letters. Access to this folder is restricted. Please consult Curator of Manuscripts for access.
|1||15||Conscientious Objectors: 3. Case||ca. 1990|
Statement. Access to this folder is restricted. Please consult Curator of Manuscripts for access.
|1||16||Conscientious Objectors: 4. Case||1983|
Letters to KAP.
|1||17||Conscientious Objectors: 5. Case. Navy documents relating to case [RESTRICTED]||1984-1987|
Conditions Governing Access
Must consult archivist before viewing this material.
|1||18||Conscientious Objectors: 6. Case||1983|
Flyers, clippings, hand-written notes. Access to this folder is restricted. Please consult Curator of Manuscripts for access.
|1||19||Conscientious Objectors: 6. Case||1983|
|1||20||Conscientious Objectors: 7. Case||1984-1986|
Statement, letters. Access to this folder is restricted. Please consult Curator of Manuscripts for access.
|1||21||Conscientious Objectors: Letter from Saratoga Woman||[Undated]|
Suggestions on influencing navy personnel at KNOLLS in West Milton.
|1||22||Conscientious Objectors Information/Draft Counselor Training||1980, 1985-1986|
Contains pamphlets from CCCO. See oversize box for bumperstickers.
Postcard to Carolyn Mow.
|1||24||Cruise/Pershing II (European Reaction)||1981-1987|
Includes clippings, newsletters, statements documenting European grassroots opposition to the deployment of the Cruise and Pershing II missiles. See oversize box for copy of
|1||25||"The Day After" (film)||1983|
Includes a viewers guide prepared by the Cultural Information Service.
|1||26||Defense and Disarmament Studies||1985-1986|
|1||27||Defense Monitor||1979-1980, 1983-1984, 1991|
Newsletter of the Center for Defense Information.
|1||28||Draft: Address Lists||1986|
Includes article from the National Lawyers Guild Military Law Task Force on "The obligation of undocumented workers to register under selective service law". See oversize box for copy of
|1||30||Draft: Alternative Service||1980, 1983|
|1||31||Draft: Bail Fund||1982|
|1||32||Draft: Capital District Draft and Military Counselors||1990-1991|
|1||33||Draft: Civil Disobedience||1980(?), 1982|
|1||34||Draft: Complicity Statements||1982|
Statement of complicity with non-registrants.
|1||35||Draft: Conscientious Objection||1965, 1970-1971, 1980-1982, 1984-1985, 1990-1991|
Contains letters, clippings, flyers, articles; also information pertaining to Supreme Court cases regarding military exemption. Includes
|1||36||Draft: Corporate Ties||[Undated]|
|1||37||Draft: Correspondence||1980, 1985-1987|
Correspondence regarding controversial decision by CCCO to accept free advertising in
|1||38||Draft: Counter - Recruitment||1979-1982, 1987|
See oversize box for
|1||39||Draft: Counter - Recruitment||1984-1987|
Includes notes from CCCO Basic Training for Military Counselors (Oct. 27, 1986), also information from Upstate Resistance. See oversize box for two copies of
|1||40||Draft: Court Cases||1980, 1982, 1984-1986|
Flyers, newsletters, clippings.
|1||42||Draft: Financial Aid||1982-1983|
Clippings, articles, flyers containing information on college aid and the draft registration.
Includes article from
|1||43||Draft: Gays and Military||1985|
|1||44||Draft: General Information||1980-1983|
See oversize box for two handmade posters "Don't Register for WWIII: Resist the Draft".
Graphics used for publications.
See oversize box for two copies of
|1||47||Draft: Iran War||1991|
|1||48||Draft: Larsen, Erik||Undated|
Visit to Albany by the first member of the military to refuse to serve in the Persian Gulf.
|1||49||Draft: Legalities||1980, 1982|
See oversize box for poster advertising "Interview a vet" contest, sponsored by CCCO.
|2||1||Draft: Legislation and Regulations||1980, 1982-1984|
|2||2||Draft: Mager, Andy||1984-1985|
Flyers and newsletters supporting the Syracuse draft resister.
|2||3||Draft: Medical Deferments||1983|
|2||4||Draft: Militarism||1976, 1980-1982, 1984|
|2||5||Draft: Military Counseling||1982-1990|
Contains primarily information for military counselors, including The Objector:
|2||6||Draft: Military Counseling||1991-1992|
See oversize box for three issues of
|2||7||Draft: Military Counseling - Middle East||1990-1991|
Clippings describing the stories of resisters.
|2||8||Draft: Military Counseling (Old training sessions)||1982, 1986, 1991|
Leaflets, flyers and newsletters.
|2||10||Draft: NISBCO (National Interreligious Service Board for Conscientious Objectors)||1991|
|2||11||Draft: Objector:Journal of Draft and Military Counseling||1980-1985|
|2||12||Draft: Objector:Journal of Draft and Military Counseling||1986-1992|
|2||13||Draft: Organizations - Committee Against Registration and the Draft (CARD)||1980, 1984-1985, 1988|
|2||14||Draft: Organizations - Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO)||1978-1979, 1982, 1984, 1987, 1990|
See oversize box for poster "Standing Up for Peace" contest. Also copies of
|2||15||Draft: Organizations - General||1979, 1983-1988|
See oversize box for
|2||16||Draft: Outreach - High Schools||1980-1981, 1986, 1991-1992|
|2||17||Draft: Outreach - Labor||1980, 1983|
Contains leaflets, clippings and articles, some from religious organizations; also a copy of
|2||19||Draft: Persian Gulf Resisters Literature||1991|
|2||20||Draft: ROTC||1974, 1981, 1984|
Includes a copy of
Flyers, articles and clippings pertaining to African-Americans in the military. Includes congressional Black Caucus statement in opposition to the reinstitution of the draft and draft registration.
|2||22||Draft: Registration||1980, 1982, 1985|
|2||23||Draft: Registration and Draft||1983-1985|
See oversize box for copy of
Flyers, newsletters; includes
See oversize box for five copies of
Contains info from CCCO (Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors). Also, issue of military recruiters in high schools. See oversize box for
|2||27||Draft: Resources List||1982-1986, 1988-1991|
Products and literature lists.
Literature from the Washington D.C.-based organization for disarmament.
|2||29||Draft: Spanish Language Materials||1972, 1979|
See oversize box for poster advertising the Finger Lakes Military Counseling and Information Center. Also, handmade poster advertising war resistance and draft counseling, and posters from CCCO, Veterans for Life, and NISBCO.
|3||1||Draft: Statistics (Vietnam)||[Undated]|
Handwritten, un-cited statistics.
|3||2||Draft: Strategies||1980, 1982|
|3||3||Draft: "Un - Registration"||[Undated]|
Un-Registration campaign launched by the Committee Against Registration and the Draft.
|3||4||Draft: Upstate Resistance||1985, 1987-1988|
Minutes of the July 20, 1985 meeting, report prepared by Mark Chupp (November 23, 1987), notes from winter meeting (March 1, 1987).
|3||6||Draft: War Resisters League||1979-1981, 1987|
See oversize box for four copies of
|3||7||Draft: Women and the Military||1979-1982, 1990|
|3||8||Draft: Youth, Militarism Conference||1987-1988|
Minutes of planning meetings for National Conference on Youth, Militarism and Alternatives, a conference to aid counter-recruitment organizers.
|3||9||Draft:Youth and Militarism Directory - A guide to counseling help for young people||1992-1993|
Leaflets, articles, newsletters, clippings.
Includes a special issue of
Leaflets, articles, newsletters, clippings.
Includes a review of Jobs with Peace campaign economic conversion efforts (1987), reports on military spending in New York, paper by Seymour Melman "A Road Map, Not a STOP Sign: Politics of Peace".
Leaflets, articles, newsletters, clippings.
Includes report to Governor Dukakis by the Governor's Advisory Committee on the impact of the nuclear arms race on Massachusetts (1986).
Leaflets, articles, newsletters, clippings.
Includes information sent by Louise McNeilly of the Center for Economic Conversion to Carolyn Mow; also information on conversion projects in other states and Canada.
|3||14||Economic Conversion (Publications)||1978, 1981, 1984-1985|
Publications by the President's Economic Adjustment Committee, Department of Defense, Center for Economic Conversion.
|3||15||Economic Conversion (Publications)||1992-1993|
, publication of the Center for Economic Conversion.
|3||16||Economic Conversion: CABEC Mailing List||1986-1987|
Capital Area and Berkshire County Economic Conversion Study Group.
|3||17||Economic Conversion: CONDEC (Clippings)||1985, 1988|
Clippings pertaining to closing of ConDiesel in Niskayuna in 1985.
|3||18||Economic Conversion: Clark, Karen||1987|
Minnesota state legislator involved in economic conversion issues. See Series 9 for cassette tape of Seminar on Economic Conversion (January 10, 1987).
|3||19||Economic Conversion: Economic Effects/Social Costs of Militarization||1980-1986, 1989|
|3||20||Economic Conversion: Examples of Conversion||1983-1988|
|3||21||Economic Conversion: "GE workers try to kindle new industry in old plant"||[Undated]|
Leaflet taken from article in
|3||22||Economic Conversion: Legislative and Executive Initiatives||1982, 1984-1987|
|3||23||Economic Conversion: Minnesota||1986|
|3||24||Economic Conversion: Plowshare Press, Center for Economic Conversion (CEC)||1986, 1988-1989|
Conversion Briefs (CEC, 1988), bibliographies and resource listings.
|3||25||Economic Conversion: Weapons Facilities Conversion Network||1987-1989|
Information prepared by this organization, minutes of meetings. Also contains "Political Strategies for the Economic Conversion of Military Production", a paper prepared by Donald Wells for delivery to the Canadian Political Science Association (1988).
|3||26||Economic Conversion: Women||1983, 1985-1986|
|3||27||Economic Diversification Conference||1989 November 18|
|3||29||Fast for Life||1983|
Information pertaining to worldwide action for disarmament. See oversize box for two copies of
|3||30||Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)||1979, 1982, 1985-1986|
Clippings, leaflets, articles.
|3||32||Freeze (Disarmament)||1981-1984, 1988|
|3||33||"The Freeze Economy"||1983|
Publication prepared by the Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign.
|3||34||Guidelines for New Leafletters||1986|
|3||35||High Technology Professionals for Peace||1981-1982, 1988|
Information pertaining to and distributed by this organization.
|4||1||Institute for Community Economics||1984-1986|
|4||2||Japanese Peace Movement||1987|
One photo of "Stop Trident" demonstration.
|4||4||Knolls/Trident Fact Sheet||1986|
Leaflets and articles; Publications of the Labor Research Association, Industrial Union Department (AFL-CIO), Labor Education and Research Project; Labor Area Summaries published by the NYS Department of Labor. See oversize box for two copies of
|4||6||Labor: Electric Boat (careers)||[Undated]|
Recruitment information from Electric Boat Division of General Dynamics.
|4||7||Labor: Jobs with Peace||1983-1985|
Contains Jobs with Peace newsletters and literature, leaflets, and information pertaining to Peace with Justice Week. See oversize box for
|4||8||Labor: Jobs with Peace Week||1983 April 10-1983 April 17|
|4||9||Labor: Local 301||[Undated]|
Clipping, handwritten notes on I.U.E. Local 301.
|4||10||Labor: Worker Conscience||1982-1988|
Articles, clippings, leaflets; also "Are you considering a career in the defense industry?" prepared by High Technology Professionals for Peace.
|4||11||Labor: Worker Support/Alternative Employment||1985-1987|
|4||12||Labor: Worker Support - KAP||1982-1983, 1985-1986|
KAP Worker Support Program. Contains handwritten notes and notes from committee meetings.
|4||14||MTRAF (Military Tax Resistance and Alternative Fund)||1980-1983, 1986|
Contains meeting agenda, minutes and notes.
Resource list, "Statement of Purpose" flyers, information from the Center on Law and Pacifism.
Posters, handouts, letters.
|4||17||MTRAF: Brochures, Mailings (originals)||1981-1986|
|4||18||MTRAF: Mailings, Flyers||1983-1985|
|4||19||MTRAF: Press Releases and Newspaper Clippings||1981-1986|
Contains letters, thank you notes, and information regarding the program and distribution of funds.
|4||21||MTRAF: Original Materials||1981-1986|
Flyers and general information sheets; also,
|4||22||MTRAF: Sample letters and Statements from Contributors||1980, 1982-1984|
|4||23||MTRAF: Tax Resistance Counselor Training||1983|
|4||24||MX Missile||1981, 1985|
|4||25||Massachusetts Industrial Policy Group||1987|
|4||26||Middle East Conflict||1980-1981, 1983-1984, 1987|
Leaflets; also newsletter published by the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.
|4||27||Military Leaders on Nuclear Issues||1979, 1981-1984, 1988|
Flyers, leaflets; also, three articles from the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (September 1983) opposing nuclear armament.
|4||29||Miscellaneous Correspondence, Articles||1990-1991|
Includes article from
Includes publications of the CEC, Institute for Community Economics, Southwest Research and Information Center, UpRiver/DownRiver, and Campaign for Peace and Democracy.
|5||1||MOBE (Mobilization for Survival)||1984-1988|
Information from and about MOBE. See oversize box for 10 copies of
|5||2||MOBE: Conference||1988 January|
Includes information on MOBE programming, structure, finances, proposal for a political program. Also includes correspondence regarding KAP's changing relationship with MOBE.
|5||3||MOBE: Speaking Tour||1990|
|5||4||MOBE: Weapons Facilities Network Bulletin||1986-1988|
|5||5||NARMIC (National Action Research on the Military Industrial Complex)||1978|
|5||6||NARMIC: Pentagon Audit Project||1987|
|5||7||Nuclear Accidents||1980-1981, 1986-1987, 1989|
Clippings, flyers, leaflets.
|5||8||Nuclear Free Zones||1987-1988|
|5||9||Nuclear Issues (various statements)||1980-1990|
Leaflets, articles, clippings.
|5||10||Nuclear Power||1979, 1984, 1987-1988, 1991|
Articles, flyers, clippings.
See oversize box for two copies of
|5||11||"Nuclear War: What's Your Plan?"||[Undated]|
Handout prepared by the Orange County (CA) Alliance for Survival.
|5||12||Nuclear War Effects - Nuclear Winter||1980-1987|
Articles, leaflets, clippings, flyers from several organizations.
|5||13||Nuclear Weapons Facilities Networking Project - Upstate||1982-1985|
Contains minutes of meetings; also "Disarming your local nuclear weapons facility.A skills sharing and networking conference for organizers" (conference proceedings, 1982).
|5||14||Nuclear Weapons Facilities Task Force||1982|
|5||15||Organizations - Peace and Religious||1979-1982, 1985|
Contains flyers and handouts. See oversize box for 2 copies of
|5||16||Peace Organizations - New York State||1980-1984|
Newsletters and information from various organizations.
|5||18||Persian Gulf War||1991|
Leaflets, articles and clippings containing poetry and personal statements.
|5||20||Polls - Local Communities||[Undated]|
Contains a questionnaire from the summer of 1980, cards documenting interactions during a house-to-house canvas (Undated), responses to poll of May 1, 1982, and leafleting data forms from 1985.
|5||22||Religious Groups and Issues||1979, 1981-1985|
Booklets, handouts, clippings.
See oversize box for copy of
Clippings, articles, leaflets.
|5||24||Karen Rembert's Statement||1982-1983|
Contains clippings, and Karen Rembert's explanation for leaving employment at Knolls.
|5||25||Responsible Investments||1983, 1985, 1988|
Information on socially responsible financial investments.
Information regarding this national peace action.
|5||27||SDI - Star Wars||1984-1987|
Clippings; articles, flyers from various organizations.
|5||28||SUNY Peace Project||1988|
|5||29||Social Costs||1981, 1983, 1985-1986, 1989|
|5||30||Social Justice Center Business||1991|
Includes a proposal to implement an educational outreach program for human service agency staff.
|5||32||Solidarity Peace Fund (Pantex)||1982|
Information regarding a fund used for employees of Pantex Plant who leave employment to seek work in non-military industry.
See oversize box for copy of
|5||33||Song Sheets - by John R.||[Undated]|
|5||34||Soviet Military Spending||1981, 1987|
|5||35||Soviet Threat/U.S. - Soviet Relations||1980-1989|
|5||36||Street Theater Ideas||[Undated]|
|5||37||Technical Information-n-Arms; NARMIC Maps||1979|
Includes "How to build your own atomic bomb" (reprinted from
|5||38||Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons - 3rd Review Conference||1985|
Includes clippings and correspondence between GE and the GE Stockholders' Alliance Against Nuclear Power.
|5||40||U.N. Special Session on Disarmament (SSDIII)||1988|
Information pertaining to actions in support of the third U.N. Special Session on Disarmament.
|5||41||U.N. Non-Governmental Liaison Service (N.G.L.S)||1976, 1985, 1986|
|5||42||"Testament" - Story||1980|
Short story "Last Testament" by Carol Amen that inspired the movie
Leaflets and handouts regarding taxes and the military.
|5||44||Watervliet Arsenal||1982-1983, 1985, 1988|
Includes a statement by congressman Samuel Stratton regarding local defense spending.
|5||45||Women||1982, 1984-1985, 1987|
Includes leaflets, articles, handouts. See oversize box for poster "We are angry women", and publication
|5||46||Vietnam Veterans United to Prevent World War III||1987|
Newsletters prepared by HEAL, American Friends Service Committee, Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, Faith and Resistance Center for Nonviolent Studies, Syracuse Peace Council, Citizen Alert, the Nuclear Resister, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action, Nuclear Weapons Freeze. Also, copies of
|1||1||ACLU Case: Appeal||1985|
|1||2||ACLU Case: Complaint||1983 March|
|1||3||ACLU Case: Deposition of Maureen Casey||1983 December|
|1||4||ACLU Case: Examination of Theodore James||1983 October|
|1||5||ACLU Case: Examination of Alfred E. Kakretz||1983 October|
|1||6||ACLU Case: Examination of Daniel Kelly||1983 October|
|1||7||ACLU Case: Depositions of Louise McNeilly||1983 December|
|1||8||ACLU Case: Examination of Lance Stewart||1983 October|
|1||9||ACLU Case: Examination of Robert Traxler||1983 October|
|1||10||ACLU Case: Interrogatories||1983|
|1||11||ACLU Case: KAPL Security Police Report||1982 November|
|1||12||ACLU Case: Memorandum of Law in Support of Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment||1984 January|
|1||13||ACLU Case: Miscellaneous||1983-1984|
Correspondence, notes, documents.
|1||14||ACLU Case: Plaintiffs' Memorandum of Law in Opposition to Defendants' Summary Judgment Motion||1984 January|
|1||15||ACLU Case: Pre-Trial Stipulation||1984|
|1||16||ACLU Case: Statement of Facts in Dispute||1984 January|
|1||17||ACLU Case: Statement of Facts Not in Dispute||1984 January|
|1||18||ACLU Case: Transcript||1984 September|
|1||19||ACLU Case: Trial||1984|
|1||20||Clippings and Press Releases||1982-1985|
|1||21||KAPL: Gag Order||1988-1990|
|1||22||Leafleting Restriction, Spring/Summer 1982||1982-1988|
|1||23||Trespass Case: Transcript (Niskayuna)||1988|
|1||1||1. Slide show - "More than a Paycheck: War tax resistance in America" - Slide show, cassette and script prepared by the National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee||Undated|
|1||1||Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons & Our Environment (30 second spot, INFACT)||1991|
|1||1||INFACT:Deadly Deception - 60-second spot||1991|
|1||1||INFACT:Deadly Deception (Mono 15 IPS)||1991|
|1||2||National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee||Undated|
|1||3||Whistleblowers - WGY radio interview with Jack Shannon||1990|
|1||4||Seminar on Economic Conversion||Undated|
Guest speaker Karen Clark, Minnesota state legislator and chair of the committee on economic conversion for Minnesota. There are recordings on both sides of the tape
|2||1||Inflatable toy fighter jet||Undated|
|2||3||Buttons - "I'd Rather Be Making Toys", purchased by KAP supporters and given to KAPL workers||ca. 1980s|
|2||5||Balloons, Slogans: "Blow Up Balloons Not People", and "I Want To Grow Up Not Blow Up"||Undated|
|2||6||Origami Cranes, Handed out to KAPL workers with the leaflet of August 6, 1987 in commemoration of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki||1987 August 6|
|3||1||Banner, "Resist Nuclear War Preparation At Knolls Work For Peace"||ca. 1980s|
|3||2||Banner, "Stop the Sub Not in Our Name", possibly used at demonstrations in opposition to the nuclear submarine named after the city of Albany||ca. 1980s|
|3||3||Banner, "Pentagon Tentacle Trident"||ca. 1980s|
|3||4||Banner, "No More Hibakusha"||ca. 1980s|
|3||5||Fabric, Possibly used as headbands or for banners||ca. 1980s|