Nina Swaim Papers

1913-2015 (Bulk: 1952-2015)
6 boxes (8 linear ft.)
Call no.: MS 1125
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Eleanor "Nina" Hathaway Swaim (1938-2015) was a feminist, environmental and antinuclear activist, antiwar organizer, and proponent of women’s collective enterprises globally. She was arrested for the final time just a month before her death, chained to the gates of a pipe yard in Williston, VT, protesting a fracked gas pipeline. Born into a conservative family in Sharon, MA, Swaim was radicalized during the mid-sixties by courses at the Free University on the Lower East Side and during the 1968 occupations at Columbia University, where she was an administrator. She joined the It's All Right to be a Woman Theater in 1970 and toured the country with them before leaving New York City to work in a GI bookstore near a military base in Massachusetts, helping soldiers protesting the Vietnam War. Learning the printing trade, she moved to Vermont and co-founded the women's collective press, New Victoria Press, worked as a mediation coordinator for the Vermont Supreme Court, and became a strong force in the antinuclear movement, helping found the Upper Valley Energy Coalition (UVCE), and co-authoring a book with Susan Koen, "A Handbook for Women on the Nuclear Mentality." She met her husband, Douglas Smith, through UVEC, and the pair worked on numerous antinuclear, environmental, and other grassroots campaigns and protests together, including a project in Mozambique on water access, where Swaim worked as a cooperator with the revolutionary Organization of Mozambican Women. Other international work included picking cotton in Nicaragua, visiting Cuba under siege, and touring Gandhian centers in India to learn practical nonviolence and social change techniques. A practicing Buddhist, Swaim was an avid writer, gardener, beekeeper, and hiker, and in addition to her other causes, spearheaded numerous events related to the natural world, food security, and honeybees.



The Nina Swaim Papers offer an intimate look into the life of an indomitable and inspiring grassroots activist focused on both local Vermont issues and global concerns. Unpublished writings, clippings, and correspondence, as well as photographs, tapes, and scrapbooks reflect her international travels and work, as well as her community and concerns in the antinuclear and environmental movements based out of Vermont. Detailed writings, reflections, short stories, travel notes, and a comprehensive set of journals dating from the late sixties make up a large part of the collection. They are full of the musings of an activist pondering the meaning of women's consciousness raising and conflict settlement, of worker collectives and other community building, of struggles and misunderstandings between lesbian and straight women, of power in organizations like Clamshell Alliance and the Upper Valley Energy Coalition, of motherhood and aging, and of the relationship between action for social change and spiritual practice.

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Background on Nina Swaim

Born in Sherborn, Massachusetts in 1938, Eleanor "Nina" Swaim was brought up by conservative parents. As a child, she attended St. Mary's, a school located in New Hampshire. She graduated with her B.A. from Boston University and an M. Ed. from Columbia University. She dedicated her life to research and learning more about her world.

Despite her traditional upbringing, her radicalization and dedication to activist causes began in the mid-1960s while enrolled in college. Nina started her lifelong engagement in activism in response to the Vietnam War by participating in campus protests at Columbia University. She worked in a GI bookstore near a military base to help soldiers protest against the war. She entered the printing trade not long after working with the New Victoria Press in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

As a radical feminist and environmentalist, Swaim made worldwide connections, collected data, and joined others in protests focused on local change. Her research and activism included international concerns and she traveled to multiple countries within Europe and Africa. Most of her research investigated African women, the environment, and the connections between these areas of interest and community. A significant area of study was the government and feminist movements in Mozambique.

In 1980, Swaim co-wrote the book "A Handbook for Women on the Nuclear Mentality" with Susan Koen, emphasizing the antinuclear movement. By the 2000s, Nina and her friends started protesting nuclear movements in New England. She protested throughout the first decade of the 2000s, working with the Upper Valley Energy Coalition. A month before her death in 2015, Swaim and several of her friends, including her husband Doug, were arrested for protesting a fracked gas pipeline in Williston, Vermont.

Nina was also a published author and a creative writer. She appeared in multiple magazines and newspapers regarding political, environmental, and social reform. She was an avid beekeeper, giving lectures and advice on caring, raising, and saving bee populations. In October of 2015, Swaim died from a stroke at the age of 77.

Scope of collection

The Nina Swaim Papers offer an intimate look into the life of an indomitable and inspiring grassroots activist focused on both local Vermont issues and global concerns. Unpublished writings, clippings, and correspondence, as well as photographs, tapes, and scrapbooks reflect her international travels and work, as well as her community and concerns in the antinuclear and environmental movements based out of Vermont. Detailed writings, reflections, short stories, travel notes, and a comprehensive set of journals dating from the late sixties make up a large part of the collection. They are full of the musings of an activist pondering the meaning of women's consciousness raising and conflict settlement, of worker collectives and other community building, of struggles and misunderstandings between lesbian and straight women, of power in organizations like Clamshell Alliance and the Upper Valley Energy Coalition, of motherhood and aging, and of the relationship between action for social change and spiritual practice.

Series descriptions

Includes decades worth of letters written to and by Nina Swaim. It documents her life abroad and the friends she holds dear as collaborators in community, research, and protest activities. This extensive collection of correspondence tracks Swaim from her early womanhood until her death in 2015.

Swaim was a distinguished writer and short-story author. Within writings are diaries, creative and reflective writing, published stories, drafts and unpublished stories and speeches.

As a researcher, Swaim consulted a lot of publications as reference material including booklets, editorials, and newspapers.

Personal photographs of Swaim as well as photographs she took throughout her life. Showcasing her time abroad and with family and friends, this series is a visual window into Swaim's life. Also contains cassettes and CDs of interviews with Swaim.

Materials Swaim collected and consulted during her decades' worth of research and community engagement. Includes notes, articles,pamphlets, information packets regarding activist group, shirts and the plastic handcuffs Nina wore upon her protesting in Vermont in 2011.

Inventory

Series 1. Correspondence
1926-2015
Correspondence: Kent School Archives
1926 July 22
Box 1: 1
Correspondence
1952 Mar
Box 1: 2
Correspondence
1953 Aug
Box 1: 3
Correspondence
1954 Apr-1954 Dec
Box 1: 4-9
Correspondence
1955 Jan-1955 Dec
Box 1: 10-18
Correspondence
1956 Jan-1956 Dec
Box 1: 19-30
Correspondence
1957 Jan-1957 Dec
Box 1: 31-42
Correspondence
1958 Jan-1958 Dec
Box 1: 43-54
Correspondence
1959 Jan-1959 Dec
Box 1: 55-66
Correspondence
1960 Jan-1960 Dec
Box 1: 67-75
Correspondence
1961 Jan-1961 Oct 13
Box 1: 76-82
Correspondence
1962 Mar 22-1967 Aug 18
Box 1: 83
Correspondence
1963 Jan 05-1963 June 02
Box 1: 84
Correspondence
1966
Box 2: 1
Correspondence
1966 Feb 23-1970 Sept 19
Box 2: 2
Correspondence
1966 Aug 30
Box 2: 3
Correspondence
1967 Nov 01
Box 2: 4
Correspondence
1968 Jan 14-1968 Nov 31
Box 2: 5
Correspondence
1969 Jan 21-1969 Aug 05
Box 2: 6
Correspondence
1970 Jan 3-1972 Dec 19
Box 2: 7
Correspondence
1971 Jan-1971 Sept
Box 2: 8
Correspondence
1972 Feb 23-1972 Dec
Box 2: 9
Correspondence
1973 Jan 1-1973 Dec 10
Box 2: 10
Correspondence: Upper Valley Energy Coalition
1977 July 20-1978 Jan 27
Box 2: 11
Correspondence: Mother
1980 Feb 23
Box 2: 12
Postcards from Abroad
1980-1996
Box 2: 13
Correspondence
1981 Feb 21
Box 2: 14
Correspondence
1981 June 17
Box 2: 15
Correspondence: Africa
1981-1982
Box 2: 16
Correspondence
1982 Oct 10
Box 2: 17
Correspondence: England trip
1982 Dec 26
Box 2: 18
Correspondence
1986 July 23-1986 July 30
Box 2: 19
Correspondence
1986 Aug 03
Box 2: 20
Correspondence
1988 Sept 27-1988 Dec 02
Box 2: 21
Correspondence
1991 Dec-1992 May
Box 2: 22
Correspondence
1993 Feb 07-1993 June 03
Box 2: 23
Correspondence
1993 Aug 16-2015 Aug 05
Box 2: 24
Correspondence: birthday
1994 June
Box 2: 25
Correspondence
1994 Dec 12
Box 2: 26
Correspondence
1995 Jan 16-1995 Dec
Box 2: 27
Correspondence
1996 Feb 03-1996 Mar 20
Box 2: 28
Correspondence
1997 June 20
Box 2: 29
Correspondence: birthday
ca.2000
Box 2: 30
Correspondence
2003 Aug 29
Box 2: 31
Correspondence: IMS
2003 Oct 30-2004 Mar
Box 2: 32
Correspondence
2003 Nov 04-2003 Dec 07
Box 2: 33
Correspondence
2004 Feb-2004 Nov 13
Box 2: 34
Statement by Nina Swaim and Faith Demis Field, re: St. Mary's 50th Reunion
2007
Box 2: 35
Correspondence
2007 Nov 21-2007 Dec 06
Box 2: 36
Correspondence: newspapers
2010 Oct
Box 2: 37
Correspondence
2014 Dec 21
Box 2: 38
Condolence Book
ca.2015
Box 2: 39
Condolence Letters
2015 Oct
Box 2: 40-44
Section 2. Writing
1957-2015 Sept
"Europe on a Bicycle: England, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany. Netherlands, Belgium, France"
ca.1957
Box 2: 45
Journal
ca.1960s June 28-July 20
Box 2: 46
Unpublished Writings
1965 Mar 07
Box 2: 47
Printed Diary (with Photographs)
ca.1970
Box 2: 48
Articles Written by Swaim (News Articles)
1972-1987 Aug 27
Box 2: 49
Journal
1974 June 03-1982 June 27
Box 2: 50
Unpublished Writings
1975 Oct 11-2015 July 21
Box 2: 51
Journal
1977 Apr 18-1980 Aug 11
Box 2: 52
Journal
1978 Sept 02-1978 Oct 02
Box 2: 53
Upper Valley Energy Coalition
1979 Apr 12
Box 2: 54
Seneca Protests
1980 Dec 31
Box 2: 55
"A Handbook for Women on the Nuclear Mentality" Copies by Susan Koen and Nina Swaim
ca.1980
Box 2: 56
Memo Book
ca.1980
Box 2: 57
Handwritten Notes, re: Political Consensus and Roberts Rules
ca.1980
Box 2: 58
Unpublished Writings
1981 Jan
Box 2: 59
Journal
1981 Feb 18-1981 Oct 13
Box 2: 60
Unpublished Writings
1982 Aug 14-1982 Nov 17
Box 2: 61
Diary and Notes from Africa
1982 Feb 17-1982 Oct 13
Box 2: 62
Speech at the Montpelier Rally for El Salvador
1982 Mar 29
Box 2: 63
"Five Months in Mozambique: A Witness to South African Terror"
1982 Nov 23
Box 2: 64
Writings
1983 Jan 13-1983 June 7
Box 2: 65
Journals
1983 June 07-1986 May 19
Box 2: 66
Journal
1984 Jan 15-1984 Mar 22
Box 3: 1
Unpublished Writings
1984 Apr 13-1984 Apr 22
Box 3: 2
Journal
1985 Dec 07
Box 3: 3
Protests
1986 Aug-1989 June 08
Box 3: 4
Journal
1986 May 19-1988 Jan 01
Box 3: 5
Swaim in the Newspaper
1987 Aug 27
Box 3: 6
Journal
1988 Jan 22-1993 June 03
Box 3: 7
Journal
1989 Jan 02-1989 Jan 11
Box 3: 8
Articles Written by Swaim (News Articles)
1989 June 12-1990 Feb 15
Box 3: 9
Journal
ca.1990s Apr 18
Box 3: 10
"Meditation: An Overview" Swaim as a Mediator
1991 June 05-1999 June 30
Box 3: 11
Journal
1994 Feb-1994 Mar
Box 3: 12
Journal
1995 Nov 05- 1995 Dec
Box 3: 13
Journal
1998 Apr 17-1998 Apr 25
Box 3: 14
Journal
2000 Apr 20-2001 May 10
Box 3: 15
Drafts of Speeches Given by Swaim
ca.2000
Box 3: 16
Journal
2001 July 10-2002 Jan 24
Box 3: 17
Journal
2002 Aug-2004 Apr 20
Box 3: 18
Drafts of Swaim's Speeches at IMS
2002 Sept -2004 Mar
Box 3: 19
Journal
2003 Oct 20-2003 Oct 23
Box 3: 20
Journal
2004 July 19-2004 Dec 28
Box 3: 21
Journal
2005 Oct 18-2005 Nov 29
Box 3: 22
Guatemala Diary
2006 Nov 14-2007 Jan 10
Box 3: 23
Journal
ca.2006-2007 Nov
Box 3: 24
Writings
2008 Summer-2010 Sept 21
Box 3: 25
Journal
2008 Aug 30-2009 Nov 11
Box 3: 26
Unpublished Writings
2009 Apr 13-2012 Oct 20
Box 3: 27
Swaim in Local Newspapers
2010, Apr
Box 3: 28
Journal
2010 June 12-2010 Nov 26
Box 3: 29
Swaim in Local Newspapers, re: Rights
2010 Oct 28
Box 3: 30
"Sept. 21, 2010, at Vermont Nuclear Facility Parking Lot"
2010 Sept 21-2013 Jan 04
Box 3: 31
"Luncheon at the Parker House"
ca.2010
Box 3: 32
"How I Lost my Rigidity in One Week"
ca.2010
Box 3: 33
"When I Had to Get Married
ca.2010
Box 3: 34
"A Family Myth"
ca.2010
Box 3: 35
"Focus on Food"
ca.2010
Box 3: 36
"Three Word History"
ca.2010
Box 3: 37
"The Sherborn House"
ca.2010
Box 3: 38
"When I Broke My Leg"
ca.2010
Box 3: 39
"[On] Hatred"
ca.2010
Box 3: 40
Misc. Writing Workshop Stories
2011 June 06-2013 June 26
Box 3: 41
Journal
2011 May 10-2011 May 16
Box 3: 42
"Bluebirds and Foxes" Drafts, Revisions, and Copies
2012 Feb 11-2014 Nov 30
Box 3: 43
Compilation Draft of Swaim's Account of Mozambique
2012 Mar 13-2014 Apr 10
Box 3: 44
Articles Written by Swaim
2012 Nov 14
Box 3: 45
"Women and Water"
2012 Oct 14
Box 3: 46
"Feeling a Time"
2012 Oct 03
Box 3: 47
"Carter Mountain Gift"
2012 Sept 26
Box 3: 48
"Fierce Love"
2013 Jan 23-2013 Feb 15
Box 3: 49
"A Walk in the Woods/Footprints in Mud and Cars"
2013 Apr 20
Box 3: 50
"Fanny's Legacy"
2013 Aug
Box 3: 51
"Indices of Getting On"
2013 Aug 14
Box 3: 52
"Finding the Time to Write"
2013 Feb 13
Box 3: 53
"Ode to a Friend"
2013 July 27
Box 3: 54
"Days of Cannabis"
2013 July 30-2014 Aug 12
Box 3: 55
"On Not Being a Baby Boomer"
2013 June 04
Box 3: 56
"Helicopter Hill"
2014 Aug 31-2014 Nov 30
Box 3: 57
Journal
2014 Mar 14-2014 Apr 10
Box 3: 58
"Too Cheap to Meter"
2014 Sept 26-2014 Nov 30
Box 3: 59
Calendar
ca.2015
Box 4: 1
"Arranging for Catoe"
2015 Mar 26
Box 4: 2
"Falling and Falling in Love"
2015 Sept 24
Box 4: 3
Section 3. Publications
1913-2015
Book: In Memory of Eleanor Ladd Clark
ca.1913
Box 4: 4
News Articles, re: Nina and Friends
1948 May 20-1987 Jan
Box 4: 5
"The Quill" Editorial
1959 Feb 27-1959 June 05
Box 4: 6
Wedding Announcement of Faith Bemis (and Wedding Party)
1959 May 13
Box 4: 7
Academic Documents, re: Nina
1959 -1970 Jan
Box 4: 8
Flyers for Protests
1970 Mar 08-1975 Sept 21
Box 4: 9
Littleton Articles
1972
Box 4: 10
"Independence: The People's Republic of Mozambique" Editorial
1977 June 25
Box 4: 11
Newspaper Articles, re: Nina
1975-2012 Nov 15
Box 4: 12
"A emancipacao da mulher Mocambicana e a sua participacao na luta de libertacao nacional" Pamphlet
1976 Apr 07
Box 4: 13
News Articles, re: Seabrook
1976 Aug-1976 Oct 06
Box 4: 14
"Documentos da 2A Conferencia da Organizacao da Mulher Mocambicana Realizada em Maputo" Booklet
1976 Nov 10-1976 Nov 17
Box 4: 15
"As Mulheres Portuguesas e o 25 de Abril
1977 Jan
Box 4: 16
News Articles, re: Seabrook
1977 May 01-1980 Feb 20
Box 4: 17-18
Activism and Political Action Handbook Periodicals
1979 Oct 29-1985 Apr 22
Box 4: 19
News Articles
1979 Sept 30-2013 Sept 08
Box 4: 20
"Coleccao estudos e orientacoes" Booklets
1979-1990
Box 4: 21
Stephanie Urdang: "Women and the New Mozambique: A Series of Articles by Stephanie Urdang"
ca.1980
Box 4: 22
Misc. Documents, re: Seneca Women's Encampment
ca.1980s July 04-July 31
Box 4: 23
UN: "Mozambique: Women, the Law and Agrarian Reform" Research Series
ca.1980
Box 4: 24
"Luta Popular: Orgao Central do Partido Comunista dos Trabalhadores Portugueses (PCTP/MRPP)" Newspaper
1981 Mar 05
Box 4: 25
Newspapers and Editorials
1981 Apr-1982 Mar 23
Box 4: 26
Documents, re: Consensus Group Politics
1981 Apr 14-1990 Nov 01
Box 4: 27
"Noticias da Beira" Newspaper
1981 Aug 03
Box 4: 28
"Informacao, documentacao, mulheres" (IDM) Editorial
1981 Jan-1981 Mar
Box 4: 29
"Liquidar bandidos para trazer a paz" News Article
1982 July 13
Box 4: 30
Stephanie Urdang News Articles
1982 Aug 08
Box 4: 31
Remembering Author Grace Paley
1982 May-2010 Sept 04
Box 4: 32
News Articles from Newspapers
1982 Nov-1991 Oct 09
Box 4: 33
Statement by the Women Against Nuclear Development Organization (WAND)
1982 Oct 15
Box 4: 34
Seneca Women Protest News Articles
1983 May-1983 Sept 10
Box 4: 35-36
Mozambican Notes (ft. Nina Swaim)
1984 Jan
Box 4: 37
Articles, re: Nina Swaim
1985 June 21-1987 Jan
Box 4: 38
Interviews with Nina Swaim (News Articles)
1986 July 21-1989 Dec
Box 4: 39
News Articles, re: Nina and Meditation
1989 Mar 22-1992 Feb
Box 4: 40
"The Kitchen" Editorial
ca.1990
Box 4: 41
Film: Seabrook 1977
ca.2007
Box 4: 42
Summary of the Sharon Energy Committee
2007 Aug
Box 4: 43
Newspaper Articles, re: Swaim's Protest
2010 Jan 14-2010 Jan 24
Box 4: 44
Articles, re: Arrest
2010 July-2010 Sept 22
Box 4: 45
Articles Mentioning Swaim
2012 Feb-2015 Nov
Box 4: 46
Newspaper Articles, re: Protest
2013 Aug 28-2013 Sept 01
Box 4: 47
"Oh, Why Can't We All Be Like That Wise Old Bird?" Article from the Vermont Standard Newspaper
2014 Oct 02
Box 4: 48
Remembering Nina Swaim
2015 Oct
Box 4: 49
Draft of Swaim's Obituary
2015 Oct 19
Box 4: 50
Newspapers and Obituary, re: Swaim's Death
2015 Oct
Box 4: 51
Swaim's Obituary
ca.2015
Box 4: 52
Section 4. Audio Visual
1957-2015
Photographs
1957-2013 Mar 30
Box 5: 1
Slides
ca.1970
Box 5: 2-3
Photographs from Abroad
1970
Box 5: 4
Photographs
1973-2013 June 30
Box 5: 5
Photographs
1977-2010 Sept
Box 5: 6
Audio Cassettes
ca.1978-1980
Box 6: 1
Negatives from Vernon
1979 Oct
Box 5: 7
Photograph: Young Nina Swaim
1979 Oct
Box 5: 8
Black Hills Survival Slides
1980
Box 6: 2
Mozambique
ca.1980
Box 5: 9
Photographs: Protest
ca.1980
Box 6: 3
Audio Cassettes
ca.1981-1985
Box 6: 4
Swaim and Friends
1980
Box 5: 10
Africa
ca.1980
Box 5: 11
Swaim and Friends
ca.1980-2010
Box 5: 12
Negatives from Mozambique
ca.1990
Box 5: 13
Protests
1980-1989
Box 5: 14
Negatives (Nina Swaim)
1990
Box 5: 15
Protest Flyer
2007
Box 6: 5
"Shut it Down" Protest
2010, Aug
Box 5: 16
CDs
ca.2010-2015
Box 6: 6
Unprocessed Flash Drive
2015
Box 6: 7
Section 5. Research and Activism
1957-2015
Swaim's Passports
1957 Apr 17-2007 Oct 29
Box 4: 53
Swaim's Personal History and Resume
ca.1960-1990
Box 4: 54
American Youth Hostels, Inc. Documents
1971-1972
Box 4: 55
Flyers and Postcards, re: Activism
1976 Apr 07-2015 Apr 18
Box 4: 56
Documents, re: Recycling and Reprocessing
1977 Apr 12-1982 Nov 16
Box 4: 57
Swaim's Court Appearances and Citations
1979 Mar 09-2015 Sept 21
Box 4: 58
Board and Itinerary (Spanish)
ca.1980
Box 4: 59
Notebook from Africa
ca.1980
Box 4: 60
Notes and Papers from Africa
ca.1980
Box 4: 61
Notes and Envelope from Africa
ca.1980
Box 4: 62
Elias' Notebook
ca.1980
Box 4: 63
Papers and Notes, re: Mozambique Research
ca.1980
Box 4: 64
Research Notes from Mozambique
ca.1980
Box 4: 65
Notes on Mozambican Women
ca.1980
Box 4: 66
"Women and Water in Communal Villages in Mozambique" and Drawings of Africa
ca.1980
Box 4: 67
Protest Postcards
ca.1980
Box 4: 68
Notes and Newspaper Articles
1980 July 07
Box 4: 69
Folder from Mozambique
1980 Nov 15-1983 Oct 31
Box 4: 70
Protest and Pamphlets, re: Women Encampment, Gun Restriction
ca.1980
Box 4: 71
"Survey of Water Use in Manica Provinca by Women"
ca.1981
Box 4: 72
Papers from Africa, re: Government and Swaim
ca.1981
Box 4: 73
Mozambique
ca.1981
Box 4: 74
Travel Documents
1981 Sept
Box 4: 75
Documents Regarding Research, re: President Samora Machel and Provincia de Manica
1981 Oct
Box 4: 76
Nuclear Arms Petition Pamphlets
1982 June 12-1984 Mar
Box 4: 77
Not in Our Name/WAND Meetings and Handbooks
1983 Summer-1984 Nov 19
Box 4: 78
Swaim's Business Cards
ca.1990
Box 4: 79
Beekeeping Materials and Reports
1993 Aug 02-2015 Apr 18
Box 4: 80
Insight Meditation Society (IMS)
2002 Sept-2004 Mar
Box 4: 81
Misc. Items from New England, Re: Swaim's Personal Belongings
1993 Aug 02-2015 Apr 18
Box 4: 82
Interview Completed by Swaim (w/ Hugh and Tara)
2007 Feb 13-2007 Feb 16
Box 4: 83
Swaim's Initiate Impeachment Tag (Worn by Nina)
ca.2010
Box 4: 84
"Step it Up to Shut it Down" Flyer
2010 Jan
Box 4: 85
Shut it Down T-Shirt Worn by Nina
2012 Mar 21
Box 4: 86
Swaim's Driver's License
2013 June 05
Box 4: 87
Handcuffs and Armband Worn by Nina during VT Gas Systems' Pipeyard Protest
2015 Sept 15
Box 4: 88

Administrative information

Access

The collection is open for research.

Provenance

Gift of Douglas V. Smith, 2021.

Processing Information

Processed by Claire Gagnon, 2022.

For materials related to Nina Swaim's contributions to the New Victoria Press see the New Victoria Publishers Records (MS 883).

Language:

English

Copyright and Use (More information )

Cite as: Nina Swaim Papers (MS 1125). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

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Subjects

  • Antinuclear movement
  • Bee culture
  • Correspondence
  • Diaries
  • Feminism
  • Feminism -- Research
  • Feminism -- United States
  • Feminism and mass media
  • Koen, Susan L.
  • Mozambique Island (Mozambique)
  • New England
  • Nuclear power plants -- Vermont
  • Paley, Grace
  • Photography
  • Protest movements
  • Research
  • Swaim, Nina
  • Urdang, Stephanie
  • Women environmentalists

Contributors

  • Swaim, Nina [main entry]

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