I hadn't noticed that--and it wasn't my addition to the AR. But apparently some do make an occupation out of it:
040 WaBeW ǂb eng ǂe rda ǂc WaBeW
046 ǂf 1917-10-09 ǂg 2014-11-06 ǂ2 edtf
1001 Howard, Harris ǂq (Leroy), ǂd 1917-2014
370 ǂe Bellingham (Wash.)
372 Anthropology ǂa Pacifism ǂa Peace--Citizen participation ǂ2 lcsh
373 Western Washington University ǂ2 naf
374 University and college faculty members ǂ2 lcdgt
374 Pacifists ǂa Conscientious objectors ǂ2 lcsh
375 Men ǂ2 lcdgt
378 ǂq Leroy
670 Peacemaker, 2012: ǂb title frames (Howard Harris; a retired anthropology professor, lived in Bellingham until his death in 2014; at the time of his death, he was one of the last living conscientious objectors from World War II; in 1966 he, his wife Rosemary and their friend Colleen Dickenson started the Peace Vigil in downtown Bellingham, which still continues today.)
670 Northwest Citizen web site, July 20, 2018 ǂb (Howard Harris, founder of the Whatcom Peace Vigil at the Federal Building during the Vietnam War, and first recipient of the Howard L. Harris Lifetime Peacemaker Award, died on Thursday, Nov. 6; Howard Leroy Harris was born on October 9, 1917; in 1966 became Associate Professor of Anthropology at Western Washington State College (now Western Washington University), and continued in this position until his gradual retirement 1986-1992) ǂu https://nwcitizen.com/entry/howard-harris-dies
Malcolm Arnold, I'm not so sure.
Looking at the 374, I'm wondering how someone makes an occupation out of being a conscientious objector.
Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Northwestern University Libraries
Proudly wearing the sensible shoes since 1978!