The papers of the American political scientist include writings, notes, correspondence, reports, printed matter, and photographs
relating to the career of the black French colonial administrator Félix Eboué in Martinique, Guadeloupe, and French Equatorial
Africa; and to the political development of Gabon, especially with reference to the Alar Ayong movement among the Fang people.
Used as research material for two books by B. Weinstein,
Gabon: Nation-Building on the Ogooué (Cambridge, Mass., 1966), and
Éboué (New York, 1972). Includes photocopies of papers of Eboué and of French government records relating to Eboué.
Brian Weinstein is an American political scientist and an emeritus professor at Howard University. He is the author of
Gabon: Nation-Building on the Ogooué (1966),
Eboué (1972), and
Haiti: The Failure of Politics (1992).