The Fraser Nuclear Disarmament Collection

Scope and Content

Medical Association for the Prevention of War newsletters 1988. Medical Campaign Against Nuclear Weapons newsletters and papers 1982-88. New Internationalist Peace Pack c.1983. Women's International League for Peace and Freedom current affairs bulletins February, May, June 1986. CND and local authority leaflets on peace and disarmament. CND periodicals, Sanity and Campaign for 1983. CND briefing notes for &'Return to sender" demonstration at U.S. Embassy 1984. Greenham Common Peace Camp: map, transport briefing 1983, &'Widening the web" information 1984, &'The Greenham Factor" c.1984. East West Reach leaflet and Bulletin no. 1, 1984. Leaflets for other organisations including Women's Peace Alliance, Quaker Peace and Service, and Teachers For Peace. Press cuttings on CND, Greenham Common Peace Camp, and nuclear disarmament.

Administrative / Biographical History

Liz Fraser is a member of the Council for Assisting Refugee Academics. She and her husband have long been associated with the peace movement. This collection, focussing on the campaign for nuclear disarmament in the 1980s, features periodicals and ephemera on or from C.N.D., the Greenham Common Peace Camp, and the Medical Campaign Against Nuclear Weapons, as well as local authorities and other organisations.

Access Information

Available to researchers, by appointment.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Liz Fraser to the University of Bradford in February 2001.


In English

Other Finding Aids

An unpublished handlist is available

Conditions Governing Use

Copies may be supplied or produced at the discretion of Special Collections staff, subject to copyright law and the condition of the originals. Applications for permission to make published use of any material should be directed to the Special Collections Librarian in the first instance. The Library will assist where possible with identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material.

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