Intercom; #2. August 1, 1972 Indochina Summer News and Resources
Cambridge, MA: AFSC New England Regional Office, 1972. 7p., 8.5x11 inches, mimeographed newsletter stapled in upper left corner, small burnt spot nearby. Top page is largely loose from the staple. A bit of rippling along one edge from some contact with liquid. A reading copy. This was the second issue of American Friends Service Committee newsletter covering the various anti-war events and actions in the Northeast U.S. as reported by groups in Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut, etc. The newsletter was mailed to I.S. volunteers and field staff, as well as a wider network of committee members and contacts. Indochina Summer was a teaching and activist project initiated by the AFSC, the peace organization associated with the Quakers. (Inventory #: 236499)
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