Swarthmore College - Peace Collection
Includes general administrative and financial records, correspondence, files on public relations and attempts to advertise the poster contests, and documents from each annual poster contest between 1935 and 1940; also includes sheets of stickers and original posters
University of Washington
Peace movement posters
University of Washington
68 posters produced primarily in the early 1980s documenting the peace movement in Seattle, the British and European anti-nuclear movements, and Central American liberation movements. Each poster decribed in online inventory
National Library of Scotland
The University of Queensland Library
A collection of 245 political posters. Themes and causes represented include: world peace, anti-uranium mining, Aboriginal land rights/sacred sites, protection of the environment, disarmament (including many 'Hiroshima Day' posters), Greenpeace, FOE (Friends of the Earth), MAUM (Movement Against Uranium Mining), and the alignment of women's groups and churches with these causes. Also present are posters calling for attention to youth and disabled housing, Timorese refugees, prisoners of conscience, and women's rights
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
Scope and Content Clippings, circulars, posters, handbills, position papers, and correspondence having to do with Catholic anti-war activities, 1969-1974; draft resisters; David Darst; the Catonsville Nine; the DC Nine; the Beaver Fifty-five; and St. Francis House, the commune to which Speltz belonged. Also protest buttons and banner.
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
55 different posters of the women's suffrage movement collected by Alice Park. Most are British, 2 are from the international congresses she attended, and 11 are American. The Schlesinger also has slides of many of the posters
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
The collection contains a stenciled placard, "People's Park, help us" with a single drooping tulip and leaf, and a promotional poster for the People's Park Photographic Show at Phoenix Gallery in Berkeley [California], 3-27 September [1969], the photograph depicting a National Guardsman uprooting a sapling, photograph by Bob Hirschfeld