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Arthur Capper to Mrs. Barbara Winthrop

Arthur Capper to Mrs. Barbara Winthrop
Creator: Capper, Arthur, 1865-1951
Date: February 18, 1941
In this letter from Senator Capper to Mrs. Barbara Winthrop, Evanston, Illinois, President of We the Mothers Mobilize for America, Capper explains his stance on involving the United States in the conflict underway in Europe.


Fred Moore to Arthur Capper

Fred Moore to Arthur Capper
Creator: Moore, Fred Atkins
Date: February 26, 1937
In this letter to Senator Arthur Capper, Fred Atkins Moore of the Emergency Peace Campaign, attempts to persuade Capper that he should throw his support behind the peace campaign because of Capper's "clearly evidenced concern about taking those steps that will prevent the United States from being drawn into another foreign war.


Ray Moseley to Governor Payne Ratner

Ray Moseley to Governor Payne Ratner
Creator: Moseley, Ray
Date: September 28, 1939
This letter from Ray Moseley, of Moseley and Company Real Estate Brokers, to Governor Payner Ratner, addresses Moseley's 1939 organization of the Stay Out of Foreign Wars Society.


Ray Newton to Arthur Capper

Ray Newton to Arthur Capper
Creator: Newton, Ray
Date: September 01, 1937
In this letter from Ray Newton, Excutive Director of the Emergency Peace Campaign, to Senator Arthur Capper, Newton attempts to convey the importance of "World Economic Cooperation" in order for the U.S. to avoid becoming drawn into another world conflict.


Senator Capper's proposed reply to the Briand Peace Offer

Senator Capper's proposed reply to the Briand Peace Offer
Creator: Capper, Arthur, 1865-1951
Date: Unknown
This item includes the full text of the resolution introduced by Kansas Senator Arthur Capper in reply to the Briand Peace Offer. Signed on August 27, 1928, the Kellogg-Briand Pact was authored by U.S. Secretary of State Frank B. Kellogg and French Foreign Minister Aristide Briand. Designed to end the possibilty of another large-scale international war, the Kellogg-Briand Pact was signed by most of the world powers of the time.


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