Following his NYA days, Gordon Halstead moved his family to Rochester, N.Y. where he worked for the government. They only lived there a short time until Mr. Halstead was transferred to Oak Ridge, Tennessee. where he arrived on Thanksgiving Day, 1943 - just as Oak Ridge was gearing up. In 1945, he moved to Washington where he worked for UNRRA, following that he and Pearl Buck put together the East-West Foundation out of which came her later organization that fostered intercultural adoptions. That was followed by a stint with the Foundation for Integrated Education, then several years with the foundation for Medical Education (in New York). His last "paid" job was for one of the early Community Action Agencies chartered under OCS during the War on Poverty movement in the sixties. He was director of an agency in Yonkers. In retirement he has been active in peace and justice issues in Vermont, leading a number of statewide initiatives over the years. He and his wife also organized and led educational tours to India for a number of years. About six years ago he ran for the Vermont State Legislature at the age of 87. He has just published a very interesting book/memoir about his participation in the Indian independence struggle in the late 20s and early 30s.