Correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, speeches and writings, photographs, and printed matter relating to international
relations; education; the role of radio and television in education; the 1930 White House Conference on Child Health and Protection;
American Higher Education conferences; Herbert Hoover; the administration of Stanford University and the Hoover Institution
on War, Revolution and Peace; the Revolution and the Development of International Relations Project at the Hoover Institution;
and the Stanford Listening Post and the Civil Affairs Training School at Stanford University during World War II.
From the 1930s to the early 1960s, Inez Richardson worked for the Hoover Institution and Stanford University in a myriad of
roles, from executive assistant, coordinator and liaison for foreign visitors to Stanford, and faculty member of the Radio-Television
Institute, to director of the Stanford Listening Post. In addition, Richardson was an assistant to Stanford University president
Ray Lyman Wilbur and curator of the Ray Lyman Wilbur collection on Social Problems at the Hoover Institution.
25 manuscript boxes
(10.4 linear feet)
For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.
Collection is open for research.