Finding Aid to the Mark Evanoff Papers

Lisa M. Monhoff
The Bancroft Library
The Bancroft Library
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-6000

Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: The Bancroft Library
Title: Mark Evanoff papers, 1947-1988
Creator: Evanoff, Mark
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS 99/295
Physical Description: 18.65 linear feet (13 cartons, 2 boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 oversize folder)
Date (inclusive): 1947-1988
Date (bulk): 1977-1988
Abstract: This collection documents Mark Evanoff's interest and involvement in opposing the proliferation of nuclear reactors, primarily in California during the 1970s and 1980s. Materials include correspondence, notes, photographs, legislation, testimony, newsletters, group organizing resources, pamphlets, and other printed ephemera by numerous anti-nuclear activist individuals and organizations, energy companies, and local and federal agencies.
Location: Many of the Bancroft Library collections are stored offsite and advance notice may be required for use. For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research.


No future additions are expected.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Mark Evanoff's papers were gifted to The Bancroft Library by Mark Evanoff in 1999.


This collection is arranged into three series. Series I includes materials related to the Diablo Canyon Power Plant, with a sub-series on general Diablo Canyon files and a sub-series on the Abalone Alliance, the anti-nuclear activist group which formed in opposition to the Diablo Canyon power plant. All files in Series I are arranged chronologically. Series 2 includes documentation on the Humboldt Bay Power Plant, including opposition by the Redwood Alliance, arranged chronologically. Series 3 includes a sub-series on Nuclear Power Subject Files arranged alphabetically by geographic location of power plant or nuclear power topic and a sub-series on Anti-Nuclear Power, arranged alphabetically by opposition group, publication name or topic.

Biographical / Historical

Mark Evanoff is an anti-nuclear environmental activist who advocated for opposition to nuclear proliferation, nuclear reactors and the global nuclear arms race, primarily in California during the 1970s and 1980s. Evanoff and other grassroots anti-nuclear activists sought to continue the battle to prevent nuclear power plants from being built in California and elsewhere following the successful citizen lead action movement which lobbied against a planned nuclear power plant in Bodega Bay, California from 1958-1964. Working with numerous local and global anti-nuclear groups, mostly with the Abalone Alliance and the Friends of the Earth in opposing the Diablo Canyon Power Plant, Evanoff participated in protest actions, mobilized activists and prepared groups for non-violent civil disobedience training and legal defense, wrote, collected and disseminated educational literature and resources about nuclear power and disarmament, and wrote articles for Friends of the Earth's "Not Man Apart" publication. Evanoff was arrested twice for participating in blockades at Diablo Canyon and later served as consultant to the California Public Utilities Commission, weighing in on seismic factors and their potential to affect the sustainability of the plant. Evanoff received a Bachelor of Arts in environmental studies at Sonoma State University in 1976 and a Master’s in Public Administration from California State University at Hayward in 1977. He continued to work on environmental advocacy throughout his life.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Mark Evanoff papers, BANC MSS 99/295c,The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

System of Arrangement

Arranged to the folder level.

Processing Information

Processed by Lisa M. Monhoff in 2017.

Scope and Contents

The Mark Evanoff papers consist of materials Evanoff collected during the 1970s and 1980s primarily while he was actively opposing and organizing others against nuclear power in California. The bulk of the collection pertains to information about the nuclear industry, the proliferation of nuclear arms, the regional and global environmental impact of nuclear reactors and the grassroots opposition groups who fought against the development and operation of nuclear power plants, mainly in Diablo Canyon and Humboldt Bay.
Evanoff compiled a range of nuclear power materials from various civic and federal government agencies, local and global news agencies, academics, engineers and scientists, energy companies, power plant workers, and citizen and community organizing groups regarding the effects of radiation, nuclear waste management, issues with defects in design, construction and operation of nuclear power plants, plant worker negligence and safety concerns, utility company rate-basing, and potential hazards of existing earthquake faults located near nuclear power plants. Types of material in the collection include: correspondence, meeting minutes, interviews, legal documentation and testimony, public policy, maps, diagrams, reports, news clippings and articles, newsletters, artifacts and ephemera. Notable anti-nuclear protest ephemera includes: flyers, pamphlets, song sheets, event tickets, bulletins and zines related to nuclear power, militarism and environmental education, organizing actions, non-violence civil disobedience trainings and legal defense. Other notable cultural material includes: a pro-nuclear proliferation comic book published by Walt Disney Educational Media Company, a comic book created by Keiji Nakazawa, a survivor of the Hiroshima atomic bomb, and a phonograph record featuring a reggae song "Devil in the Canyon" in opposition to nuclear power. Significant documentation is also included in response to the Three Mile Island Nuclear plant accident which occurred on March 28, 1979.

Separated Materials

Artifacts, including 33 pinback buttons, two t-shirts, one banner, one arm band, and one leather key chain transferred to the Pictorial Collection of the Bancroft Library.

Conditions Governing Use

Some materials in these collections may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, the reproduction of some materials may be restricted by terms of University of California gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing and trademarks. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owner. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user. All requests to reproduce, publish, quote from, or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Public Services, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley 94720-6000. See:

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Evanoff, Mark
Bennett, William Morgan
Dellums, Ronald V.
Ellsberg, Daniel
Gofman, John D.
Gyorgy, Anna
Hedgpeth, Joel W. (Joel Walker)
Jackson, Jesse
Kent, Earl E.
Kortum, Karl
Koupal, Ed
Koupal, Joyce
Nash, Graham William
Pesonen, David E., 1934-
Udall, Morris K.
Abalone Alliance
Alliance for Survival
American Friends Service Committee
California Energy Commission
California Public Utilities Commission
Clamshell Alliance
Critical Mass Energy Project (U.S.)
Environmental Policy Center
Friends of the Earth
Government Accountability Project
Musicians United for Safe Energy
Northern California Association to Preserve Bodega Head and Harbor
Pacific Gas and Electric Company.
People Against Nuclear Power
People's Lobby
Redwood Alliance
Survival Network
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Antinuclear movement.
Environmentalists -- California -- San Francisco Bay Area
Nuclear energy -- Environmental aspects -- California.
Nuclear power plants -- Environmental aspects -- California.
Political activists--California--San Francisco Bay Area.
Social movements--California


Series 1. Diablo Canyon Power Plant 1963-1988

Scope and Contents

This series includes material related to the Diablo Canyon Power Plant and has been subdivided into two subseries: General Diablo Canyon and the Abalone Alliance.


Arranged chronologically.

Subseries 1.1. General Diablo Canyon 1963-1988

Scope and Contents

This subseries consists of information on the history, development, and operation of the Diablo Canyon Power Plant including reports on earthquake fault and seismic activity in the area, pricing and rate-basing discussions, and alternative energy plans. Includes documentation on the Sierra Club's response to the development of the Diablo Canyon plant, their support of nuclear power and participation by Friends of the Earth, the splinter group created by David Brower in 1969, in opposition to nuclear power and the Diablo Canyon plant.
carton 1, folder 1

Correspondence with Field, Oliver Chapin and Field family 1966-1967

carton 1, folder 2

Correspondence from Virginia [Field Bruno?] to family regarding California Fish and Game access, includes Associated Press article about abalone deaths from toxic copper emissions 1975

carton 1, folder 3

General correspondence 1976-1977

carton 1, folder 4

General correspondence 1980-1982

carton 1, folder 5

Seismic discussions, E-30 to E-49 1963-1978

carton 1, folder 6

Seismic discussions, E-3 to E-29, including interviews by the Federal Bureau of Investigation 1977-1981

carton 1, folder 7

Sunset magazine, February 1966, including feature on Nipomo Dunes 1966

carton 1, folder 8

PG&E advertising 1966, 1980-1981

carton 1, folder 9

PG&E Special Report on Diablo Canyon 1967

carton 1, folder 10

Public Utilities Commission hearing 1967-1968

carton 1, folder 11

Early suggestions of faulting 1967-1975

carton 1, folder 12

Atomic Energy Commission licensing 1971

carton 1, folder 13

Hosgri Fault history 1974-1981

carton 1, folder 14

Mendes, Stanley H., statements and reports 1974-1983

carton 1, folder 15

American Friends Service Committee, launch of civil disobedience at Diablo 1976, 1983

carton 1, folder 16

Hosgri Fault, newspaper articles 1977-1980

carton 1, folder 17

Graphics 1978-1983

carton 1, folder 18

Sierra Club history, news article in Big Sur Gazette 1979

carton 1, folder 19

Nuclear Regulatory Commission and PG&E, post-Three Mile Island 1979

carton 1, folder 20

Waste transportation 1979-1980

carton 1, folder 21

Alternatives 1979-1981

carton 1, folder 22

Conversion campaign 1981 1979-1980

carton 1, folder 23

Conversion campaign 1981 1980

carton 1, folder 24

Conversion campaign 1981 1980-1981

carton 1, folder 25

General Diablo literature 1979-1981

carton 1, folder 26

PG&E vs. Field family, Superior Court of the State of California for the County of San Luis Obispo regarding Eminent Domain and Order for Possession 1980

carton 1, folder 27

Luigi Marre Land and Cattle Company vs. PG&E, regarding fraud, conspiracy and negligence 1980

carton 1, folder 28

Public Utilities Commission, pricing standards 1980

carton 1, folder 29

Public Opinion Survey and Analysis - Attitudes of San Luis Obispo County Residents Toward Nuclear Power and the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, conducted by Public Media Center for the Mother's for Peace and Pacific Alliance 1980-1981

carton 1, folder 30

PG&E letter to anti-nuclear businesses 1980-1981

carton 1, folder 31

Rate strike 1980-1982

carton 1, folder 32

Alliance for Safe Available Future Energy (ALL SAFE), news release 1981

carton 1, folder 33

Diablo chronology 1965-1981 1981

carton 1, folder 34

Diablo interviews regarding San Luis Obispo-Sierra Club 1964-1968 1981

carton 1, folder 35

Diablo interviews regarding San Luis Obispo-Sierra Club 1966-1968 1981

carton 1, folder 36

Interviews on Hosgri Fault 1981

carton 1, folder 37

Robert L. Cloud Associates, Inc. report to PG&E "Preliminary Report on the Design Interface Review of the Seismic Reverification Program" 1981

carton 1, folder 38

Udall, Morris re: congressional hearing on Diablo Canyon and Cloud report 1981

carton 1, folder 39

Bennett, William M. and State Board of Equalization, regarding rate base 1981

carton 1, folder 40

Water hearings 1981

carton 1, folder 41

Fusion, pro-Diablo resolutions San Bruno and San Leandro 1981

carton 1, folder 42

"Prospects for Nuclear Power in the United States" by Mason Willrich of PG&E, presented at Uranium Institute Sixth Annual Symposium 1981

carton 1, folder 43

Energy Analysis 1981

carton 1, folder 44

Evaluation Findings - Offsite Emergency Response Plans Exercise 1981

carton 1, folder 45

Citizens for Adequate Energy and San Franciscans for Responsible Energy Policies, opposition to California Proposition K 1981

carton 1, folder 46

People Generating Energy, advertising 1981

carton 1, folder 47

Joke PG&E press release 1981

carton 1, folder 48

The People of the State of California vs. Sandra Elaine Downey and Jeffrey Paul Kalbach, Superior Court of the State of California for the County of San Luis Obispo, regarding right to distribute literature, appeal by defendants 1981

carton 1, folder 49

Early history interviews 1981-1982

carton 1, folder 50

Blueprint reversal, reports and clippings 1981-1982

carton 1, folder 51

Economics, correspondence, reports and clippings 1981-1982

carton 1, folder 52

People for Utility Rate Reform 1981-1982

carton 1, folder 53

Quotable quotes circa 1982

carton 1, folder 54

“A Day in the Life of Diablo Canyon” draft paper and correspondence by Joel Achenbach, Princeton University 1982

carton 2, folder 1

Quality assurance 1978 1982

carton 2, folder 2

Cartoons 1982

carton 2, folder 3

Independent Design Verification Program, report by Teledyne Engineering Services 1982

carton 2, folder 4

Denton's Enemy List 1982

carton 2, folder 5

Engineering problems 1982

carton 2, folder 6

Nuclear Regulatory Commission 1982

carton 2, folder 7

PG&E annual meeting 1982

carton 2, folder 8-19

Proceedings, State of California vs. Gregory Louis McMillan, et al., regarding blockade arrests, Volumes I-XIII 1982

carton 2, folder 20

Public Utilities Commission, rate increase 1982-1985

carton 2, folder 21

Accident statistics 1983

carton 2, folder 22

Economics, Walk away plan 1983

carton 2, folder 23

Stop Diablo Canyon, advertisement 1983

carton 2, folder 24

People Generating Energy and Avocado Productions present "We Don't Need Diablo" concert with Bonnie Raitt and Jesse Colin Young 1983

carton 3, folder 1

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Tau effect 1983

carton 3, folder 2

Mielke, Frederick W., clippings 1983

carton 3, folder 3

Licensing 1983-1984

carton 3, folder 4

History, clippings 1983-1984

carton 3, folder 5

Whistle blowers 1983-1984

carton 3, folder 6

Friends of the Earth, press conference 1984

carton 3, folder 7

Friends of the Earth, talk show 1984

carton 3, folder 8

Greenpeace Pacific Southwest 1984

carton 3, folder 9

Licensing 1984

carton 3, folder 10

Mothers for Peace 1984

carton 3, folder 11

San Francisco magazine "Cash Meltdown at Diablo Canyon" article regarding rate basing, by Peggy Dugdale 1984

carton 3, folder 12-14

Government Accountability Project (GAP), regarding license from Nuclear Regulatory Commission 1984

carton 3, folder 15

Clippings 1984-1988

carton 3, folder 16

Public Utilities Commission, consultation 1985-1986

carton 3, folder 17

Public Utilities Commission, consultation report 1986

carton 3, folder 18

Crouch, Bachman and Associates, report "Evaluation of PG&E's Initial Geologic and Seismic Investigations of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant Units 1 and 2 1986

carton 3, folder 19

Public Utilities Commission, memos 1986-1987

carton 3, folder 20

Crouch, Bachman and Associates, report "1927 Earthquake Issue: An Evaluation of PG&E's Geoseismic Investigations Pertaining to its Location and Effect on the Seismic Design of Diablo Canyon Units 1 and 2 1986

carton 3, folder 21

Crouch, Bachman and Associates, report "Assessment of PG&E's Management of Geoseismic Investigations and Issues at Diablo Canyon" 1986

carton 3, folder 22

People of Diablo, clippings 1986-1987

carton 3, folder 23

Public Utilities Commission, memos and contract 1986-1988

carton 3, folder 24

Testimony on Diablo Canyon Rate Case, PG&E's Courtship with Nuclear Power, prepared by Mark Evanoff 1986-1988

carton 3, folder 25

Index of PG&E's Supporting Exhibits 1987

carton 3, folder 26

Testimony on Diablo Canyon Rate Case, Deficiencies in PG&E's Geoseismic Studies, prepared by James Crouch (Crouch, Bachman and Associates), pages 1-199 1987

carton 3, folder 27

Testimony on Diablo Canyon Rate Case, Deficiencies in PG&E's Geoseismic Studies, prepared by James Crouch (Crouch, Bachman and Associates), pages 200-399 1987

carton 3, folder 28

Testimony on Diablo Canyon Rate Case, Deficiencies in PG&E's Geoseismic Studies, prepared by James Crouch (Crouch, Bachman and Associates), pages 400-appendices 1987

carton 3, folder 29

PG&E Executive Summary on Diablo Canyon Power Plant circa 1987

carton 3, folder 30

Prehearing Brief of the Public Utilities Commission Division of Ratepayer Advocates, Application of PG&E for Authorization to Establish a Rate Adjustment Procedure... 1988

carton 4, folder 1

Proposed Decision of ALJ Barnett Before the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California re: Application of PG&E for Authorization to Establish a Rate Adjustment Procedure... 1988

carton 4, folder 2

Evaluation of Seismic Design of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant by Agbabian Associates 1988

carton 4, folder 3

Correspondence to Jim Crouch and Public Utilities Commission from Craig Nicholson, regarding Preliminary Rebuttal to PG&E Testimony on Diablo Canyon 1988

carton 4, folder 4

Evaluation of PG&E's Regional Onshore Geologic Studies (draft) 1965-1976, prepared by Weber and Associates 1988

carton 4, folder 5

Public Utilities Commission Division of Ratepayer Advocates Diablo Canyon Rate Case, Supplemental/Rebuttal Testimony on Deficiencies in Geoseismic Studies (1 of 3), Volume 67, prepared testimony of James Crouch of Crouch, Bachman & Associates 1988

carton 4, folder 6

Public Utilities Commission Division of Ratepayer Advocates Diablo Canyon Rate Case, Supplemental/Rebuttal Testimony on Deficiencies in Geoseismic Studies (2 of 3), Volume 68, prepared testimony of James Crouch of Crouch, Bachman & Associates 1988

carton 4, folder 7

Public Utilities Commission Division of Ratepayer Advocates Diablo Canyon Rate Case, Supplemental/Rebuttal Testimony on Deficiencies in Geoseismic Studies (3 of 3), Volume 69, prepared testimony of James Crouch of Crouch, Bachman & Associates 1988

carton 4, folder 8

Public Utilities Commission Division of Ratepayer Advocates Diablo Canyon Rate Case, Supplemental/Rebuttal Testimony on Deficiencies in Geoseismic Studies, Evaluation of the Absence of Regional Onshore Geologic Studies by PG&E, Volume 70, prepared testimony of Henry W. Coulter, Holly C. Wagner, Gerald E. Weber (Weber and Associates) 1988

carton 4, folder 9

Public Utilities Commission Division of Ratepayer Advocates Diablo Canyon Rate Case, Supplemental/Rebuttal Testimony on Deficiencies in Geoseismic Studies, An Evaluation of PG&E's Seismological Studies, Volume 71, prepared testimony of Craig Nicholoson 1988

carton 4, folder 10

Public Utilities Commission Division of Ratepayer Advocates Diablo Canyon Rate Case, Supplemental/Rebuttal Testimony on Deficiencies in Geoseismic Studies, Evaluation of Seismic Design, Volume 72, prepared testimony of Dr. Mihran (Mike) S. Agbabian (Agbabian Associates) 1988

oversize_folder 1

Diablo Canyon Power Plant diagram circa 1969-1986


Subseries 1.2. Abalone Alliance 1977-1986

Scope and Contents

The Abalone Alliance subseries documents the anti-nuclear power activist group founded in 1977 in opposition to the Diablo Canyon Power Plant following the deaths of tens of thousands of wild abalone caused by the release of toxic copper emissions into the Pacific Ocean from the power plant. The materials are arranged into two groups. The first group includes correspondence, organizing materials, protest actions, legal defense and nuclear energy research. The second group includes publications by the Abalone Alliance and partner organizations, photographs and clippings about the blockade protests at Diablo Canyon.
carton 4, folder 11

Correspondence 1981-1982

carton 4, folder 12

Correspondence 1983-1984

Carton 4, Folder 13

"Devil in the Canyon" by Ray-Gun, written by Jonathan Paulk, 7" vinyl phonograph sound recording, 45RPM, produced by Casey Jones, issued by Santa Babylon Records, Santa Barbara, California, includes correspondence by Jonathan Paulk 1983

Physical Description: One 7" vinyl phonograph record; 45RPM; total running time: 3:12

Scope and Contents

B-side: same as A-side

Existence and Location of Copies

This song can be listened to online: (Retrieved August 15, 2017)
carton 4, folder 14

Statement of Purpose 1978

carton 4, folder 15

Energy Notes #1 1977-1981

carton 4, folder 16

Energy Notes #2 1978-1979

carton 4, folder 17

Meeting Minutes 1978

carton 4, folder 18

Occupation 1978

carton 4, folder 19

"Power for People Not for Profit: No Nukes" statement by the Red Abalones circa 1978

carton 4, folder 20

Direct Action Handbook 1978-1979

carton 4, folder 21

Legal notes 1978-1979

carton 4, folder 22

Skit circa 1978-1979

carton 4, folder 23

Media lists 1978-1981

carton 5, folder 1

Restructuring #1 1978-1982

carton 5, folder 2

Restructuring #2 1979

carton 5, folder 3

Transformation 1979

carton 5, folder 4

Brown Campaign 1979

carton 5, folder 5

PG&E, correspondence 1979

carton 5, folder 6

Non-Violence Training 1979

carton 5, folder 7

Miscellany 1979

carton 5, folder 8

Meeting Minutes 1979

carton 5, folder 9

Meeting Minutes 1979

carton 5, folder 10

Anti-nuclear power, anti-nukes cultural materials 1979-1980

carton 5, folder 11

"First There Was the Bomb, Then..." booklet published by Abalone Alliance and the U.C. Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project, includes correspondence with Anna Gyorgy 1979-1980

carton 5, folder 12

Labor Notes 1979-1980

carton 5, folder 13

Meeting Minutes 1979-1981

carton 5, folder 14

"It's About Times", includes correspondence with Gyorgy, Anna 1979-1984

carton 5, folder 15

Actions 1980

carton 5, folder 16

Finance collective 1980-1980

carton 5, folder 17

Emergency Response Plan 1980-1983

carton 5, folder 18

Office mailings 1980-1985

carton 5, folder 19

Blockade materials, includes correspondence with Graham Nash 1980-1986

carton 5, folder 20

Blockade organizing, includes "Blockade Encampment Handbook" printed by Waller Press 1980-1981

carton 5, folder 21

Blockade scenarios 1981

carton 5, folder 22

Blockade endorsements 1981

carton 5, folder 23

Blockade leaflets 1981

carton 5, folder 24

Blockade phase II 1981

carton 5, folder 25

Blockade film transcript 1981

carton 5, folder 26

Blockade response from PG&E 1981

carton 5, folder 27

Blockade response from reporters, includes Ginger Varny, Eric Brazil, Tom Harris, Geoffe Yippi 1981

carton 5, folder 28

Conference notes 1981

carton 5, folder 29

Friends of the Earth, news release regarding Diablo Canyon 1981

carton 5, folder 30

Pro-per packet 1981

carton 5, folder 31

San Francisco Diablo Task Force 1981

carton 5, folder 32

Defense of Necessity, blockade arrests trial 1981-1982

carton 5, folder 33

Defense of Necessity, blockade arrests trial 1982-1984

carton 5, folder 34

Public Utilities Commission 1982

carton 5, folder 35

Public Utilities Commission action 1982

carton 5, folder 36

Pacific Legal Foundation lawsuit 1981 1982-1985

carton 5, folder 37

Office mailings 1982-1984

carton 5, folder 38

Diablo Project Office mailings 1982-1984

carton 5, folder 39

Site action 1982-1984

carton 5, folder 40

People's Emergency Response Plan 1983 1982-1984

carton 5, folder 41

Group mailings 1982-1985

carton 5, folder 42

Buy-back 1983

carton 5, folder 43

People's Emergency Response Plan 1984

carton 5, folder 44

Action of August 12, 1984 1984

carton 5, folder 45

Public Utilities Commission 1985

carton 5, folder 46

"National Day of Nuclear Protest" 1985

carton 5, folder 47

Publications and organizing materials, including poster "Nuclear Threats to the Bay Area" printed by the Pelican Alliance for Safe Energy circa 1977-1983

carton 5, folder 48

"Radioactive Times" newsletters circa 1978-1984

carton 5, folder 49

People Against Nuclear Power "No Glow News" newsletter 1979

carton 5, folder 50

"It's About Times" newsletter 1979-1980

carton 5, folder 51

"It's About Times" newsletter 1980-1982

carton 5, folder 52

"It's About Times" newsletter 1983-1985

carton 5, folder 53

"Boondoggle at Diablo" publication 1981

carton 6, folder 1

Photographs of blockades and anti-nuclear concert events, includes 32 black and white photographic prints with white borders each measuring 3 1/2" x 5" 1976

carton 6, folder 2

Photographs of blockades and anti-nuclear concert events, includes 2 black and white photographic prints with white borders (3 1/2" x 5"), 1 black and white photographic print (5" x 7 3/4") with caption and glassine attached including notes for cropping, 2 black and white contact sheets (8 1/2" x 11"), 11 black and white negative strips (35mm) circa 1976-1981

carton 6, folder 3

Clippings circa 1977-1980

carton 6, folder 4

Blockade feature story clippings 1981

carton 6, folder 5-8

Blockade clippings 1981

carton 6, folder 9-10

Blockade newspapers 1981

carton 6, folder 11

Blockade clippings 1981-1982

carton 6, folder 12

Blockade clippings 1982


Series 2. Humboldt Bay Power Plant 1959-1986


Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Contents

This series contains materials related to Humboldt Bay Power Plant and opposition to the plant by anti-nuclear groups, most notably the Redwood Alliance, who forced the closure of the plant in 1976 and fought to prevent ratepayers from having to pay the cost of decommissioning. Documentation includes correspondence, historical information, reports, decommissioning plans, court briefs and newsletters.
carton 6, folder 13

Public Utilities Commission certificate 1959

carton 6, folder 14

Earthquake faults circa 1959

carton 6, folder 15

PG&E, Public Utilities Commission application 1960-1962

carton 6, folder 16

Geology reports 1960-1977

carton 6, folder 17

Early history 1960-1982

carton 6, folder 18

Licensing 1962-1984

carton 6, folder 19

PG&E, Public Utilities Commission application 1963-1980

carton 6, folder 20

Radiation release 1966

carton 6, folder 21

Radiation dosages circa 1970-1977

carton 6, folder 22

Decommissioning 1970-1984

carton 6, folder 23

Decommissioning 1971-1984

carton 6, folder 24

Rowen, Robert 1971-1981

Carton 6, Folder 25

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, decommissioning 1977-1984

carton 6, folder 26

Redwood Alliance, decommissioning report and testimony regarding rate application circa 1981-1983

carton 6, folder 27

Decommissioning intervention 1982

carton 6, folder 28

Public Utilities Commission, 1981 decision 1983

carton 6, folder 29

Redwood Alliance brief 1983

carton 6, folder 30

Steam plant conversion alternatives 1983

carton 6, folder 31

Decommissioning, press releases 1983

carton 6, folder 32

Rate-Basing testimony 1983-1986

Carton 6, Folder 33

Public Utilities Commission, decommissioning 1983-1986

carton 6, folder 34

Rate-Base, Public Utilities Commission, PG&E, applications 1983-1986

Carton 6, Folder 35

Redwood Alliance, press packets and press releases 1984

Carton 6, Folder 36

Decommissioning and Decontamination Study, Unit 3, prepared for PG&E by Gibbs and Hill and Nuclear Energy Services 1982

carton 6, folder 37-38

PG&E, application to increase electric rates, briefs 1983-1986

carton 7, folder 1-6

Data request to PG&E 1984

carton 7, folder 7

Unit 3, SAFSTOR decommissioning plan 1984

carton 7, folder 8

Unit 3, decommissioning environmental report 1984

carton 7, folder 9

Public Utilities Commission, staff brief 1984

carton 7, folder 10

PG&E, ratemaking and accounting 1984

carton 7, folder 11

Clippings 1984

carton 7, folder 12

Redwood Alliance newsletter "Nuclear Free Times" 1984

carton 7, folder 13

Redwood Alliance, compensation requests 1985-1986

carton 7, folder 14

Redwood Alliance, testimony of Junona J. Klein and R. T. Nelson, opening brief and reply brief of Intervenors Redwood Alliance, Patrick Agnello and Mark Evanoff 1985-1986

carton 7, folder 15-16

Redwood Alliance, testimony 1985-1986

Carton 7, Folder 17

Redwood Alliance and PG&E, testimony, exhibits and appendixes 1986

Carton 7, Folder 18

Opinion awarding compensation to the Redwood Alliance 1986

carton 7, folder 19

PG&E, concurrent opening brief, reply brief and staff's reply brief 1985

carton 7, folder 20

PG&E, amendment to application... for rate increase circa 1985


Series 3. General Nuclear Power Subject Files 1954-1986


Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Contents

This series has been subdivided into two subseries: Nuclear Power Subject Files and Anti-Nuclear Power.

Subseries 3.1.  General Nuclear Power 1954-1986

Scope and Contents

This series consists of information related to nuclear reactors, nuclear power plants (titled and arranged by geographic location of the plants), nuclear arms and topics about the nuclear industry. Documentation includes correspondence, notes, booklets, reports, maps, clippings, newsletters, testimony and legal briefs.
carton 8, folder 1

General correspondence 1981-1982

carton 8, folder 2

Abandoned nuclear projects 1981

carton 8, folder 3

"All About Radiation" book with correspondence 1979-1980

carton 8, folder 4

Atomic bomb victims 1978-1981

carton 8, folder 5

Barnwell, South Carolina 1981-1983

carton 8, folder 6

Bechtel 1982-1984

carton 8, folder 7

Bodega Bay, California 1957-1981

Scope and Contents

Kortum, Karl and Joel Hedgpeth
carton 8, folder 8-9

Bodega Bay, California, clippings and congressional records 1962-1964

carton 8, folder 10-11

Bodega Bay, California, includes "Master Plan of Development for Bodega Bay", "Bodega Bay: a Summary of Improvement Plans and Problems" by Sonoma County Planning and Harbor Commission, maps, statements and clippings 1956-1964

carton 8, folder 12-13

Bodega Bay, California, Northern California Association to Preserve Bodega Head and Harbor and Sierra Club, includes two copies of "The Dissenting Opinion by the Honorable William M. Bennett in the order... Bodega Bay Atomic Park" two copies of "A Visit to the Atomic Park" by David E. Pesonen and Karl Kortum, "Max Kortum for Congress" brochure on Kortum family history 1962-1964

carton 8, folder 14

Bodega Bay, California, Sierra Club 1963

carton 8, folder 15

Bodega Bay, California, songs 1963

carton 8, folder 16

Bodega Bay, California, 6 black and white photographic prints (8" x 10") of Bodega Head and the "Hole in the Head" circa 1960-1964

carton 8, folder 17

Bradford, Peter, farewell speech to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission 1982

carton 8, folder 18

British nuclear power 1982-1984

carton 8, folder 19

Byron, Illinois 1984

carton 8, folder 20

California electricity supply 1979-1981

carton 8, folder 21

California Energy Commission report "Joint CEC/PUC Staff Draft: Staff Response to Committee Order for Hearings on Assessment of Adequacy of Electric Utility Systems 1982-1985" 1981

carton 8, folder 22

California Foundation on the Environment and the Economy 1980-1983

carton 8, folder 23

Canada circa 1977-1983

carton 8, folder 24

Checking 1983

carton 8, folder 25

China 1984

carton 8, folder 26

Clinch River, Tennessee 1982

carton 8, folder 27

Comanche Peak, Texas circa 1981-1983

carton 8, folder 28

Conference on the Fate of the Earth: Conservation and Security in a Sustainable Society (New York, NY) 1982

carton 8, folder 29

Davenport, California, includes correspondence with Gofman, Dr. John W., Francis Gregory and Page Smith 1970-1974

carton 8, folder 30

Davenport, California, California Coastal Commission 1971-1978

carton 8, folder 31

Davenport, California, includes Rural Bonny Doon Association circa 1971-1975

carton 8, folder 32-33

Davenport, California, clippings 1970-1974

carton 8, folder 34

Dawn of Nuclear Age circa 1954-1982

carton 8, folder 35

Defective reactors, includes "Tube Leaks" booklet published by Public Citizen / Critical Mass Energy Project 1982-1983

carton 8, folder 36

Denmark 1984

carton 8, folder 37

Department of Energy facilities 1981

carton 8, folder 38

Draft registration circa 1981

carton 8, folder 39

Dresden, Germany 1980-1982

carton 8, folder 40

Earthquake faults 1976-1977

carton 8, folder 41

Emergency services 1980

carton 8, folder 42

Energy policy 1978

carton 8, folder 43

Energy and security circa 1981

carton 8, folder 44

Environmental Policy Center 1981-1982

carton 8, folder 45

Excess capacity, includes "1983 Nuclear Power Safety Report" booklet by Public Citizen and Worldwatch Paper 57 booklet "Nuclear Power: The Market Test" circa 1978-1983

carton 8, folder 46

Excess capacity briefs 1976-1977

carton 8, folder 47

Farallon Islands, California 1980-1983

carton 8, folder 48

French nuclear industry 1982

carton 8, folder 49

Gorleben, Germany, newsletters "Die Tageszeitung" 1980

carton 8, folder 50

Helms Creek Pumped Storage Plant, California 1982

carton 8, folder 51

Idaho 1979

carton 8, folder 52

Idaho reactors circa 1982

carton 8, folder 53

Indian Point, New York 1980-1983

carton 9, folder 1

International Consultative Group on Nuclear Energy 1978-1979

carton 9, folder 2

Juniper-Cross Mountain Project, Colorado 1982

carton 9, folder 3

Korea, Nautilus International report on Tim Shorrock's recent trip to South Korea 1981

carton 9, folder 4

La Salle, Illinois 1982

carton 9, folder 5

La Salle, Illinois, Government Accountability Project 1982

carton 9, folder 6

Limerick, Pennsylvania 1983-1984

carton 9, folder 7

Liquified natural gas 1980

carton 9, folder 8

Los Angeles, California, "The Energy/LA Action Plan" booklet 1982

carton 9, folder 9

Marble Hill, Indiana 1983-1984

carton 9, folder 10

Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California, transportation and monitoring of environmental waste 1979

carton 9, folder 11-12

Marliave, E.C., nuclear power plant site inspections in California 1963-1966

carton 9, folder 13

Medical preparation for war, including the Civilian-Military Contingency Hospital Association handbook 1981

carton 9, folder 14

Mendocino 1966

carton 9, folder 15

Mexico nuclear porgram 1981

carton 9, folder 16

Midland nuclear plant, Michigan 1982

carton 9, folder 17

Midland nuclear plant, Michigan, clippings 1982

carton 9, folder 18

Militarism, clippings and newsletters 1972-1976

carton 9, folder 19

Militarism, clippings and newsletters 1978-1980

carton 9, folder 20

Nuclear accidents 1982

carton 9, folder 21

Nuclear brittle containment 1981

carton 9, folder 22

Nuclear economics 1969-1984

carton 9, folder 23

Nuclear industry, Friends of the Earth "Chain Reaction" issue, Volume 5, Number 2, 1979/80 1979-1980

carton 9, folder 24

Nuclear industry, spying and surveillance 1982-1983

carton 9, folder 25

Nuclear insurance 1980

carton 9, folder 26

Nuclear and herbicide ocean dumping 1981-1983

carton 9, folder 27

Nuclear plant rate-basing, construction work in progress 1981-1983

carton 9, folder 28

Nuclear plant rate-basing, clippings 1982

carton 9, folder 29

Nuclear power, "A Primer on Nuclear Power" booklet published by Anvil Press 1981

carton 9, folder 30

Nuclear power, reports 1964-1982

carton 9, folder 31

Nuclear power 1979

carton 9, folder 32

Nuclear power, early history 1958-1982

carton 9, folder 33

Nuclear power, PG&E early history 1957-1964

carton 9, folder 34

Nuclear power, economics 1981-1983

carton 9, folder 35

Nuclear Regulatory Commission 1981

carton 9, folder 36

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, licensing laws 1981-1983

carton 9, folder 37

Nuclear safeguard laws 1976-1983

carton 9, folder 38

Nuclear states' rights 1981

carton 9, folder 39

Nuclear terrorism 1972-1974

carton 9, folder 40

Nuclear waste 1982-1983

carton 9, folder 41

Nuclear waste, disposal 1980-1983

carton 9, folder 42

Nuclear waste, storage circa 1982

carton 9, folder 43

Nuclear waste, transportation 1980-1982

carton 9, folder 44

Ocean mining 1984

carton 9, folder 45

Palo Verde, Arizona 1981-1982

carton 9, folder 46

Pershing II and Cruise missiles 1982-1983

carton 9, folder 47

PG&E, energy education 1980

carton 10, folder 1

PG&E, oil contracts 1981

carton 10, folder 2

PG&E, oil contracts 1981-1982

carton 10, folder 3

"PG&E Progress", newsletters 1981

carton 10, folder 4

PG&E, line insulation 1981-1982

carton 10, folder 5

PG&E, plutonium-nuclear power connection 1949-1982

carton 10, folder 6

Port Chicago, California 1982

carton 10, folder 7

Price-Anderson Act 1980-1983

carton 10, folder 8

Pro-nuclear literature, includes "Mickey Mouse and Goofy Explore Energy" comic book published by Walt Disney Educational Media Company 1974-1981

carton 10, folder 9

Public Utilities Commission, California energy supply 1982

carton 10, folder 10

Public Utilities Commission, background 1979-1986

carton 10, folder 11

"Radiation: A Fact of Life" brochure printed by the American Nuclear Society circa 1979

carton 10, folder 12

Radiation, cancer 1968-1984

carton 10, folder 13

Radiation victims, "Invisible Violence: Proceedings of the National Citizens' Hearings for Radiation Victims, April 10-14, 1981" booklet by the National Committee for Radiation Victims 1981

carton 10, folder 14

Radioactive readings 1980-1981

carton 10, folder 15

Radioactive waste 1982-1983

carton 10, folder 16

Radioactive waste, incineration 1981-1984

carton 10, folder 17

Rancho Seco 1979-1986

carton 10, folder 18

Rasmussen Report or "Reactor Safety Study" (WASH-1400) by the Atomic Energy Commission, reported in issue of "The Nuclear Blowdown" by Friends of the Earth circa 1977

carton 10, folder 19

Reactor-bomb links 1982

carton 10, folder 20

Reactor safety 1982-1983

carton 10, folder 21

Reagan, Ronald, clippings regarding nuclear plans 1981

carton 10, folder 22

"Renews" Non-Governmental Organization newspaper for the United Nations' Conference on New and Renewable Energy, issues 1-10 circa 1981

carton 10, folder 23

Rocky Flats, Colorado, "Rocky Flats Action" newsletters 1979

carton 10, folder 24

Salem, New Jersey 1983

carton 10, folder 25

San Luis Valley, California 1981

carton 10, folder 26

San Onofre, California, includes "Protest SONGS" booklets published by the People's Right to Know Campaign of the Community Energy Action Network 1979-1983

carton 10, folder 27

San Onofre, California, includes "The Contaminated Times" newsletters by the Community Energy Action Network 1979-1983

carton 10, folder 28

San Onofre, California 1981-1982

Carton 10, Folder 29

San Onofre, California, "The Case for/Against San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant Safety!" reporter's transcript before the Public Utilities Commission of the State of California... The People's Lobby vs. Southern California Edison Company and San Diego Gas & Electric Company 1973

carton 10, folder 30

San Onofre, California, accidents 1980-1981

carton 10, folder 31

San Onofre, California, alternate rate-making 1983

carton 10, folder 32

San Onofre, California, coastal commission 1983-1985

carton 10, folder 33

San Onofre, California, E. Earl Kent whistleblower charges 1982-1983

carton 10, folder 34

San Onofre, California, evacuation and emergency response planning 1981-1983

carton 10, folder 35

San Onofre, California, rate-basing 1979-1983

Carton 10, Folder 36

San Onofre, California, rate-basing and Consumers Utility Board 1983

carton 10, folder 37

San Onofre, California, clippings 1981-1983

carton 10, folder 38

Shaking, technical articles and map 1923-1975

carton 10, folder 39

Solar communities, includes "Arcata Municipal Solar and Conservation Utility Final Report" draft 1982-1983

carton 11, folder 1-2

Solar energy 1977-1981

carton 11, folder 3

Southern California Edison, 1980 annual report 1981

carton 11, folder 4

Soviet (U.S.S.R. / Russia) reactors 1980-1983

carton 11, folder 5

Spain, includes "Zona Cero" newsletters and 3a Marcha a Torrejon decals and flyers 1983

carton 11, folder 6

Sri Lanka 1980-1981

Carton 11, Folder 7-8

Study of Postulated Accidents at California Nuclear Power Plants, final report prepared for the State of California Office of Emergency Services 1980

carton 11, folder 9

Susquehanna, Pennsylvania 1981

carton 11, folder 10

Tarapur, India 1981

carton 11, folder 11

"This Month in Japan", newsletter 1982-1983

carton 11, folder 12

Three Mile Island and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1979-1981

carton 11, folder 13

Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania 1979-1981

carton 11, folder 14

Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania 1979-1981

Scope and Contents

Includes Three Mile Island Creamy Mushroom Dressing press packet by the Catalyst Company with press materials, photographs, decals and photocopy of packaging.
carton 11, folder 15

Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania, "Three Mile Island Alert: Island Updates" newsletter 1980-1981

carton 11, folder 16

Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania Energy Policy and statement by Governor Dick Thornburgh on accident cleanup 1981

carton 11, folder 17

Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania, Randall Thompson in Taos, New Mexico 1981

carton 11, folder 18

Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania, whistleblower 1983

Carton 11, Folder 19-20

Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission news releases 1983-1984

carton 11, folder 21

Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission reports 1983-1984

carton 11, folder 22

University of California Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project, newsletter and clippings 1979-1980

carton 11, folder 23

Uranium, includes "Uranium: The Real Facts" published by Public Citizen's Critical Mass Energy Project and "Report to the Honorable Gary Hart... Obstacles to U.S. Ability to Control and Track Weapons-Grade Uranium Supplied Abroad" published by the United States General Accounting Office 1982

carton 11, folder 24

Uranium mining 1979-1982

carton 11, folder 25

Vallecitos Nuclear Center, California, clippings 1957-1982

carton 11, folder 26

Vallecitos Nuclear Center, California, licensing hearings 1982

carton 11, folder 27

Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, notes on interviews circa 1980

carton 11, folder 28

Washington Control 1981

carton 11, folder 29

Washington Public Power Supply System (WHOOPS) 1983-1984

carton 11, folder 30

Windscale, England 1982-1983

carton 11, folder 31-33

William H. Zimmer Power Station, Ohio, Government Accountability Project 1982-1983

Box 1, folder 1

"Infinite Energy" booklet published by Westinghouse Electric Corporation 1967

oversize_box 1

Photographic prints [of prospective nuclear power sites?], some mounted on foam board; and anti-nuclear movement posters circa 1965-1985

Scope and Content Note

Among the publicity posters in this box are one for the Abalone Alliance's benefit for a nuclear-free future at the Great American Music Hall (undated); one for an anti-nuclear vigial and ceremony in Berkeley, California (undated); one for the So No More Atomics Bohemian Boogie in Cotati, California (approximately 1980); one Stop Diablo poster (undated); and one Abalone Alliance poster for its benefit concert for a non-nuclear future at the Rio Theater in Rodeo, California.

Subseries 3.2.  Anti-Nuclear Power 1947-1987

Scope and Contents

This series includes anti-nuclear group activist materials arranged by group or publication name, specific direct action, and nuclear industry topic including nuclear criticism, nuclear alternatives and disarmament. Includes subject files consisting of grassroots anti-nuclear activism materials such as anti-nuclear graphics, literature, civil disobedience and teach-in training materials and other resources, plus Mark Evanoff's "Memoir of a Movement" manuscript.
carton 12, folder 1

"A Call for Peace" film transcript circa 1986

Scope and Contents

Dellums, Ronald V.
carton 12, folder 2

Alliance for Survival, includes "Survival Sunday" and "Peace Sunday" concert event programs 1979-1982

carton 12, folder 3

American Friends Service Committee. Miami Peace Education Office, "Conch Chatter" newsletter 1980

carton 12, folder 4

American Indian Treaty Council, includes "Treaty Council News", "Crazy Horse Spirit" (Leonard Peltier Defense Committee) and "Oyate Wicaho" publications 1983

carton 12, folder 5-7

Anti-nuclear leaflets, newsletters and clippings, includes issues of "Up An Atom!", "Clamshell Alliance News", "Safe Energy News", "Simple Living Program", "The Seed", "Folks United to Thwart Unsafe Radiation Emission (FUTURE)", "Nuclear Plants: The More They Build, The More You Pay", "Bubble, Bubble, Toil, and Trouble: Reprocessing Nuclear Spent Fuel" circa 1973-1980

carton 12, folder 8

Anti-Pollution League 1970

carton 12, folder 9

Black Hills Alliance, includes "Black Hills / Paha Sapa Report" newsletters 1979-1981

carton 12, folder 10-11

Bohemian Grove Action Network, includes newsletters "Bohemian Digest", "SONO More Atomics (SONOMA) Nuke Notes", "The Nuclear Resister", organizing notes, member and camp lists, clippings 1980-1987

carton 12, folder 12

Californians for Nuclear Safeguards 1979-1980

carton 12, folder 13

"Campaign Against Nuclear Power Newsletter", Australia 1981

carton 12, folder 14

Citizens Call, response to Nevada Test Site 1982-1983

carton 12, folder 15

Citizens for Adequate Energy, response to advertisements by the Committee for Energy Awareness 1981-1983

carton 12, folder 16

Civil disobedience, includes "Civil Disobedience Organizing" draft paper by Ed Hedemann, "Civil Disobedience Action Training Handbook" by Coalition for a Non-Nuclear World and "The Independent" newsletter regarding demonstrations published by Center for Independent Living 1977-1980

carton 12, folder 17

Coalition for a Non-Nuclear World, includes newsletters and flyers for the April 26-28, 1980 March for a Non-Nuclear World in Washington D.C. 1980

carton 12, folder 18

Community Against Nuclear Extinction, includes "Stop the Cruise and Pershing II Missile Campaign" 1982-1984

carton 12, folder 19

Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, newsletter 1983

Carton 12, Folder 20

Consensus Tips, includes "Discussion Skills, Problem-Solving, and Consensus Decision-Making" by Collective Harmony and "Are Means Our Ends?" by Mark Evanoff and Friends of the Earth 1983-1984

carton 12, folder 21

Critical Mass '83 Conference (Howard University: Washington, D.C.) 1983

carton 12, folder 22

Critical Mass Energy Project, "Tube Leaks" and "1983 Nuclear Power Safety Report" publications 1982-1983

carton 12, folder 23

Critical Mass Journal 1979-1981

carton 12, folder 24

"Dark Circle", film press packet 1982-1983

carton 12, folder 25

Ethical investments 1982-1983

carton 12, folder 26

Fast for Life 1983

carton 12, folder 27

Financial District Action, includes "San Francisco Hall of Shame February 16 Action Handbook" 1982

carton 12, folder 28

Greenham Women Against Cruise Missiles, includes "Greenham Women Against Cruise Missiles" legal education pamphlet by the Center for Constitutional Rights 1982-1984

carton 12, folder 29

"Groundswell" newsletters published by the Nuclear Information and Resource Service 1980-1981

carton 12, folder 30

Group organizing, includes "A Nonviolent Action Manual: How to Organize Nonviolent Demonstrations and Campaigns" by William Moyer and "Stopping Nuclear Power: What You Can Do in Your Community" compiled and edited by the Abalone Alliance 1979-1983

carton 12, folder 31

International Anti-Nuclear / Nuclear Free Pacific Work in the Bay Area (World Conference for a Non-Nuclear Future) 1980-1981

carton 12, folder 32

International Day of Anti-Nuclear Protest 1980

carton 12, folder 33

"In the Nuclear Shadow", film transcript circa 1980

carton 12, folder 34

June 12th Coalition: Campaign for the Second U.N. Session on Disarmament, includes organizing leaflets, notes and "Blockade the Bombmakers: June 14, 1982 Civil Disobedience Campaign Handbook" 1982

carton 12, folder 35

June 12th Coalition: Campaign for the Second U.N. Session on Disarmament, interviews 1982

Scope and Contents

Boxer, Barbara and Harry Britt, Reverend Amos Brown, Richard D. Hongisto, Tom Ambrogi
carton 12, folder 36

Lawrence Livermore Lab, includes "Carrying the Nuclear Cross: Sacramental Confirmation and Civil Disobedience" booklet by Spirit Affinity Group 1983-1984

carton 12, folder 37

Lawrence Livermore Lab, Livermore Action Group correspondence, news releases, newsletters and publications including "Direct Action" and "LAG Rag" 1983-1984

carton 12, folder 38

Lawrence Livermore Lab, Livermore Action Group clippings and publications including "International Day of Nuclear Disarmament" and "Vandenberg Action: A Handbook for Nonviolent Direct Action" 1983-1984

carton 12, folder 39

Letters on proliferation, correspondence and clippings 1982-1983

carton 12, folder 40

Mobilization for Survival, includes organizing materials and "The Mobilizer" newsletter 1980-1981

carton 12, folder 41

Nautilus Alliance, newsletter circa 1985

carton 12, folder 42

No Nukes Finland, includes publication "Vaihtoehto Ydinvoimalle" (Alternative to Nuclear Power) 1981

carton 12, folder 43

"No Nukes Left!", publication 1980

carton 12, folder 44

Non-violence theory circa 1978

carton 12, folder 45

Northern Sun Alliance, "Northern Sun News" newsletters 1979-1980

carton 12, folder 46

Nuclear criticism, correspondence, reports, cartoons and clippings 1968-1981

carton 12, folder 47-48

Nuclear disarmament, clippings, articles, pamphlets, statements and newsletters including "Disarmament Guide for Security and Survival" by the Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, "The New Generation of Nuclear Weapons" by National Action / Research Group on the Military Industrial Complex (NARMIC), "Live Without Trident" by People for a Nuclear Free Future, "Resource Center for Nonviolence: Fall 1978 Newsletter", "UC Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project News" and "Bombs Away!" 1970-1982

Carton 12, Folder 49

Nuclear Film Forum, San Francisco, California, correspondence, notes, proposal and press packet 1981

carton 12, folder 50

Nuclear Free California and East Bay Anti-Nuclear Group circa 1985

carton 12, folder 51

Nuclear Free Pacific, includes clippings, copy of "Note by the Secretaries to the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Evacuation of the Natives of Eniwetok Atoll Preliminary to Proof-Testing Operations for Atomic Weapons" and organizing materials by Bay Area Coalition for a Nuclear-Free Pacific, Pacific Concerns Resource Center, Pacific Peacemaker, U.S. Nuclear-Free Pacific Network 1947, 1979-1982

carton 12, folder 52

The Nuclear Free Press: Canada's Voice of Nuclear Concern, publication 1982-1983

carton 13, folder 1

Nuclear Free Zones, including Malcolm Shabazz City High School, Madison, Wisconsin circa 1982

carton 13, folder 2

"Nuclear Neighbors: Fission in the Community" film, correspondence and clipping 1982-1983

Scope and Contents

Andrews, Scott and Stephen Olsson
carton 13, folder 3

"Nuclear Times", newsletter published by Crabshell Alliance and Live Without Trident 1978-1979

carton 13, folder 4

"Organizing Notes", newsletter published by Campaign for Political Rights 1983

carton 13, folder 5

"Pacific Peacemaker", newsletter 1983

Scope and Contents

See also: Nuclear Free Pacific
carton 13, folder 6

People Against Nuclear Power, newsletters and notes 1980-1981

Carton 13, Folder 7-10

People's Lobby, Clean Air Initiative (Proposition 9) and the Western Bloc 1972-1977

Carton 13, Folder 11

People's Lobby, newsletters and organization materials, includes copy of "The Stranded Oiler: the Underground Paper by and for Standard Oil Employees" (1972) circa 1972-1978

Carton 13, Folder 12

People's Lobby, report "Bechtel Winner & Wagner Citizens for Jobs and Energy Fair Political Practices Commission, Council for Environmental and Economic Balance" 1974-1975

carton 13, folder 13

Physicians for Social Responsibility, includes newsletters 1980

carton 13, folder 14

Planet Drum "Celebrate the Longest Night" concert benefit event for Planet Drum Foundation and Green City, correspondence, tickets, and postcards 1985

carton 13, folder 15

Power Lines, "Hold That Line" power line protest newsletters circa 1978-1979

carton 13, folder 16

Power Lines, "Hold That Line" power line protest newsletters 1980-1981

carton 13, folder 17

Power Lines, flyers and clippings circa 1978-1981

carton 13, folder 18

Prairie Alliance: Stop the Clinton, Illinois Power Plant 1979-1980

carton 13, folder 19

Rancho Seco, California 1979-1980

carton 13, folder 20

Redwood Records, Oakland, California, promotion of artist Holly Near 1981-1982

carton 13, folder 21

Resources, includes "Nuclear Power? No Thanks" decals in multiple languages, flyers and comic book "I Saw It" by Keiji Nakazawa 1978-1983

carton 13, folder 22

San Francisco Coalition, packet regarding 1984 Democratic National Convention held in San Francisco, California 1984

carton 13, folder 23

Santa Cruz, California, "Yes on A" initiative 1979

carton 13, folder 24

Saskatoon Environmental Society, "Time to Stop and Think" newsletter 1979

carton 13, folder 25

Seabrook, New Hampshire, includes "Let's Shut Down Seabrook! Handbook for October 6, 1979 Direct Action Occupation" 1979-1983

carton 13, folder 26

Shoreham, New York, Stop Shoreham Campaign, news releases and clippings 1982-1984

carton 13, folder 27

Silkwood, Karen, Karen Silkwood Fund and Nuclear Reform Project 1980-1983

carton 13, folder 28

Socialist Environment and Resource Association, "SERA News" 1980

carton 13, folder 29

Song sheets circa 1979

carton 13, folder 30

SONO More Atomics (SONOMA), "Nuke Notes" newsletters 1981-1983

Scope and Contents

See also: Bohemian Grove Action Network
carton 13, folder 31-32

A Study Kit for Nonviolent Action, by War Resisters League West, San Francisco, California circa 1978-1979

carton 13, folder 33

"Sun Times" newsletters published by Solar Lobby 1981-1983

carton 13, folder 34

Survival Network 1981

carton 13, folder 35

"Survival Summer", Mobilization for Survival organizing materials include notes, flyers, planning documents and an 8" x 10" black and white photographic print of demonstrators 1980-1981

carton 13, folder 36

Survival Summer, program evaluations 1980

carton 13, folder 37

Survival Summer, workshop guides 1980

carton 13, folder 38

"Survival Summer News", includes publications "Daily Planet", "Northern California Survival Summer News" and "Survival Guide: Survival Summer 1980" 1980

carton 13, folder 39

Teach-ins circa 1979

carton 13, folder 40

Trident protests 1982

carton 13, folder 41

Trojan Decommissioning Alliance, Walk for Survival circa 1980

carton 13, folder 42

A Walk to Moscow, "In Passing (Journal)" newsletters 1980-1981

carton 13, folder 43

Wall Street Action, poster and "Up Against the Wall Street Journal" handbooks 1979

carton 13, folder 44

"The Waste Paper", newsletters by the Sierra Club Radioactive Waste Campaign 1980-1985

carton 13, folder 45-48

World Information Service on Energy (WISE) notes, clippings and bulletins 1978-1985

Box 1, folder 2

"The Battle of Bodega Bay" comb-bound booklet published by Northern California Association to Preserve Bodega Head and Harbor circa 1963

Box 1, folder 3

"The Clear and Present Danger: A Public Report on Nuclear Power Plants" booklet published by Environmental Alert Group circa 1973

Box 2, folder 1-5

"Memoirs of a Movement: PG&E's Nuclear Power Play" manuscript chapters by Mark Evanoff 1984