Consists of the records of the Madison, Wisconsin-based organization which first coordinated the national opposition to the war in Vietnam. Two-thirds of the collection consists of exchanges with individuals and organizations from foreign countries and the United States who were active in the anti-war movement. The remainder of the collection consists of correspondence, fragmentary financial records, publications, minutes, notes, proposals, and reports which pertain to the NCC's steering and standing committees, conferences sponsored by the NCC and other anti-war groups, reports of staff trips and meetings, and various projects such as the International Days of Protest. This section provides revealing information about internal operations and disputes. The files of several conferences and staff meetings include summarized minutes, correspondence, planning material, and some lists of participants. Publications include press releases, pamphlets, rough drafts of articles for Peace and Freedom News.