The Peace Museum Collection
The Peace Museum has a collection of over 9,000 items.
These objects tell the, often untold, stories of those who have campaigned for peace and end to conflict and violence. The collection charts the history of these peacemakers, locally, nationally and internationally. Key objects relate to Conscientious Objectors, women and men opposed to nuclear weapons and local Bradford peacemakers.
The collection is a diverse mix of banners, historic campaign materials, personal items, artwork, photography and much more.
Visit the museum to find out more.
The Peace Museum has a long-term goal to digitise our ever-growing and unique collection so it is available for everyone online.
The copyright for all of the material on our collections website is owned by either The Peace Museum or by an external party, in which case it is used with permission and credited appropriately.
Unless you own or control the rights to the material, you must not republish or redistribute it. This includes using material from our website for commercial purposes, and on social media.
If you are the copyright holder for any content on this site and/or believe that content on this site has not been fully credited, please get in touch with us at:
10 Piece Hall Yard, Bradford, BD1 1PJ.
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