Materials consist of correspondence, photos, letters, papers, notes, mailing lists, printed material, books, CDs, a thumb
drive, and other material from Robert Cooney's time working as a staff member at the Institute for the Study of Nonviolence.
Topics include the Institute's "Power to the People" campaign, the Agape Foundation, draft resistance, and more.
Robert P. J. Cooney, Jr. is an author, editor, and graphic designer. He joined the staff at the Institute for the Study of
Nonviolence in Palo Alto in the mid-1970s. The Institute was founded by Joan Baez and Ira Sandperl in the mid-1960s in Carmel
Valley, California. It later moved to Palo Alto and continued there until 1976.
10 Linear Feet
(18 manuscript boxes, 1 os flat box, 1 card box)
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