The Iris Chang papers span the career of a prominent American writer whose work centered on topics of Chinese and Chinese-American
history. In addition to speeches and writings, including drafts of her three books, the papers contain a large amount of research
materials related to Chang's work as a historian. These include notes, interview transcripts, documents, sound recordings,
and videorecordings. The collection also contains articles from Chang's career as a journalist, as well as significant biographical
materials. There is a considerable amount of correspondence in the papers, including many letters of appreciation from readers
of her books.
403 manuscript boxes, 4 cubic foot boxes, 5 oversize boxes, 1 oversize folder
(177.6 linear feet)
For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.
Boxes 377-379, 382-383, 386-394 and 397-412 closed until 2072 January 1.