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PEACE HEROES: THE TED STUDEBAKER STORY

Welcome to the virtual exhibit on Ted Studebaker, supplementing the exhibit on display in the Peace Heroes Room at the Dayton International Peace Museum.

The virtual exhibit is presented in four parts and includes text, still photographs, audio recordings of Ted speaking and singing, and video recordings of Ted's family discussing his life and legacy.

You can navigate to any part of the story from this page using the table of contents below, or you can go directly to Part 1: Conscientious Objector and from there navigate to the rest of the story.

Notes:

  1. If you are viewing the exhibit on your computer, and if text and images seem to overlap, please expand your browser window.
  2. If you'd like to buy a book or a CD about Ted Studebaker, see the list of options that displays below the navigation menu.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part 1: Conscientious Objector (text overview)

Part 2: Who Shared His Joy of Life (text overview)

Part 3: To Sow the Seeds of Peace (text overview)

Electronic Archive

BOOKS AND CDs ABOUT TED STUDEBAKER:

  • Ted Studebaker: A Man Who Loved Peace, a children's book by Joy Hofacker Moore with illustrations by Jim Guenthner, available online from booksellers such as amazon.com
  • Ted Allen Studebaker—An Enduring Force for Peace, a memoir by Gary W. Studebaker and Douglas E. Studebaker, available from online booksellers or Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Ted Studebaker in Vietnam, a CD of Ted's interviews and other recordings, compiled by Gary W. Studebaker and available from Brethren Press