This collection includes correspondence, publications, scrapbooks, photographs, realia and audio/audio-visual materials related
to the evolution of Earle Reynolds and his family as peace activists.
Earle Reynolds began his career as a physical anthropologist. In 1951 his life was forever changed after he went to Hiroshima
to study the effects of the atomic bomb. When he embarked with his family on a world voyage aboard their yacht,
The Phoenix of Hiroshima, fate set him on a path that would lead him to his life's work--the struggle for peace. The Earle Reynolds Archive is located
in the Special
Collections of McHenry Library, at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Property rights reside with the University of California. Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and
their heirs. For permission to publish or to reproduce the material, please contact Special Collections.
Collection is open for research. Please note that access to the Series VI Audio-Visual Material is RESTRICTED due to the fragile
physical condition of the material. It has not been re-formatted.