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Speech, memoranda, and computer disk relating to political conditions in Germany.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, printed matter, photographs, slides, and memorabilia relating to economic theory, and especially to laissez-faire economics and associated concepts of liberty.
Campaign speeches by members of various political parties during the general election in Spain, June 1977.
Correspondence and newspaper issues, relating to political conditions and the socialist movement in Germany and to the role of the Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands in World War I.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, curricular materials, and printed matter, relating to economic conditions and especially to tax policy, primarily in the United States.
Relates to the Italo-Ethiopian War.
Relates to Turkish port facilities on the Black Sea.
Correspondence, reports, orders, awards, citations, photographs, clippings, and printed matter, relating to American military activities in the European Theater during World War II, and to postwar administration of the Army.
Relates to conditions in Soviet forced labor camps. Photocopy.
Relates to the influence of anarchist and Marxist theories on the Russian and Chinese Revolutions, and on revolutionary movements throughout the world.
Relates to military science, the German and American armies, and the Vietnamese War.
Memoirs, letters, clippings, and photographs, relating to conditions in prisoner of war camps in Japan during World War II.
Sound recordings and transcripts of proceedings, and correspondence, memoranda, and conference papers, preparatory to and resulting from the conference, relating to international communist party cadre selection and leadership training.
Published by the Czechoslovak Ministry of National Defense. Translated by R. Halhous and K. Dolezal.
Photographs and memorabilia, relating to famine conditions and American Relief Administration work in Orenburg and Samara, Russia.
The collection relates to American military training in the United States during World War II, military mapping in the Pacific Theater, and the postwar occupation of Japan. It consists of correspondence, diary, printed matter, photographs, and miscellany.
Writings, pamphlets, and eulogy, relating to missionary activities in the Belgian Congo, conditions at the time of independence, and the evacuation of Europeans and Americans in 1960.
Diary, letters, orders, memoranda, leaflets, and financial records, relating to British military operations in Sicily and Italy during World War II.
Memoranda, letters, reports, and speeches, relating to the election campaign of Ronald Reagan for governor of California in 1966, and to miscellaneous aspects of administration of the California state government during his gubernatorial administration.
Clippings, notes, writings, and correspondence, relating primarily to foreign relations between the United States and Morocco, 1776-1956, and to post-World War II political, social, and economic conditions in Africa, especially North Africa. Includes correspondence with Kaiser Wilhelm II relating to...
Relates to Colonel Truman Smith, American military attaché in Germany, 1935-1939. M.A. thesis, San Jose State University.
Letters, a notebook, and memorabilia, relating to the inspection of foodstuff distributed by the Commission for Relief in Belgium, and to the departure of American members of the commission from Belgium upon the entry of the United States into World...
Relates to the coup of Józef Pilsudski in Poland.
Pictorial booklet, relating to the German youth movement. Text and photographs by A. E. Hallett. Paintings by Captain Herrmann, a German prisoner of war. Prepared at PW Camp 184, Llanmartin, near Newport Mons.
Correspondence, diaries, speeches and writings, photocopies of government documents, propaganda leaflets, and printed matter, relating to European diplomacy, imperialism, psychology of national socialism and totalitarianism, U.S. and German propaganda during World War II, and the arms race, 1870-1970. Includes drafts...
Reports, conference papers and proceedings, laws and treaties, hearing transcripts, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to international communications and space law.
Correspondence, writings, reports, and printed matter, relating to activities of the Finnish Information Bureau in the United States in publicizing and seeking American recognition of the Soviet government of Finland. Includes writings and correspondence of Santeri Nuorteva, head of the...
Speeches and writings, correspondence, legislation, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter, relating to federal aid to education in the United States.
The collection contains grant proposals, conference papers, minutes, reports, studies, writings, notes, correspondence, electronic bulletins, and printed matter related to economic and social development of the Southeast Asia region, and American social science studies of the area; ethnology and social...
Diary transcript, other writings, and miscellany, relating to conditions in Japanese internment camps in the Philippines during World War II.
Relates to Allied occupation of Dutch Timor and Portuguese Timor.
Chinese land deeds.
Correspondence, reports, bulletins, and photographs, relating to social conditions in Poland and the Soviet Union and to American Friends Service Committee relief work.
Correspondence, clippings, photographs, sound recordings, and motion picture film, relating to the activities of Inter-America House in providing entertainment for American and Allied junior officers during World War II.
Reports, memoranda, correspondence, lectures, press releases, and printed matter, relating to American foreign policy toward China, Japan, and other government officials concerning economic and political conditions in Japan and Manchuria, 1933-1934.
Diary and correspondence, relating to activities of the 313th Machine Gun Battalion in France during World War I, food distribution by the American Relief Administration in the Baltic States, and civil aviation in China, 1929-1930.
Relates to the World War II war effort in the United States.
Relates to American military operations in the Pacific Theater and the Philippines during World War II.
Relates to the plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler.
Correspondence, reports, contracts, shipping lists, specifications for dredging equipment, annotated maps, and photographs, relating to mining operations in China, Siberia, Korea, Malaya, and Poland.
Diaries, photographs, printed matter, and miscellany, relating to American military operations in Hawaii, Siberia during the Russian Revolution and in the Philippines.
Photographs and drawings, depicting British, Russian, Japanese, German, American, and other ships and airplanes from World War II. Includes a section of photographs illustrating the history of aviation.
Relates to Portuguese colonialism in Africa. Includes notes. Published by Stanford University Press.
Writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to Ukrainian and Soviet history, and especially to the Russian Revolution in Ukraine.
Sixteen artifacts from the Philippines, including knives, spears, and a gong.
Correspondence and printed matter, relating to activities of the American Protective League, a private patriotic organization concerned with subversive activities in the United States during World War I.
Relates to the confiscation of Japanese properties by the Chinese Nationalist government, and to the administration of Hankou under the Kuomintang during the Chinese Nationalist government.
Encloses a copy (typewritten) of a letter by Ernest Kletsch, chief of the Division of Files and Information of the United States National War Labor Board during World War I, relating to the compilation of minutes of executive sessions of...
Relates to the attitude of the British government toward the creation of a Jewish state in Palestine in 1917.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, printed matter, and photographs, of the American educator and director of the Stanford International Development Education Center from 1963-1968. Materials relate to education in the United States, the Philippines, and developing countries in general.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the political career of Ronald Reagan as governor of California and as presidential candidate in 1976 and 1980. Includes drafts of the book by Peter Hannaford, (New York, 1983),...
Pamphlets relating to national socialism in Germany, Nazi persecution of Jews, Jewish-Arab conflict regarding Palestine, Japanese participation in World War II, the Korean War, foundation of the Irish state, and other issues. Collected by Hanover College Library.
Reports and agreements, relating to relief work and communist influence in the Border Region of China. Photocopy.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, minutes, reports, internal bulletins, resolutions, theses, printed matter, sound recording, and photographs, relating to Leon Trotsky, activities of the Socialist Workers Party in the United States, and activities of the Fourth International in Latin America,...
The papers contain speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter related to the economic development of developing countries, technology transfer to developing countries, and American trade with and investment in developing countries. Some materials relate to American...
Television scripts, other writings, correspondence, notes, printed matter and other research materials relating to a wide variety of episodes in American and world history, including the 1923 putsch by Adolf Hitler, anti-Nazi resistance by students at the Universität München during...
Stereoscope, ca. 130 stereographs, and guidebook, depicting scenes from World War I.
Diary, correspondence, orders, identification documents, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating primarily to Allied military operations in France during World War II up to the evacuation from Dunkerque.
Relates to political conditions in Germany during World War I, 1914-1918. Originally published as Fra Krigstiden (Copenhagen, 1925). Translated by Oscar Osburn Winther; edited by Ralph H. Lutz, Mary Schofield, and O. O. Winther; published in Bloomington by Indiana University...
Correspondence, writings, notes, and printed matter relating to political and social conditions in China during the 1930s, the Communist movement in China in the 1930s, and the Sino-Japanese War.
Relates to Chinese communist forces during World War II. Includes biographical data and photographs. Photocopy.
Relates to the Kellogg-Briand Pact and American intervention in Latin America.
Letters to F. B. Hardt from various Italian correspondents, relating to political events and public opinion in Italy during the period of its neutrality in World War I.
Relates to historical and economic theory.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, clippings, and other printed matter relating to laissez-faire economic and political theory, and to economic conditions and governmental economic policy in the United States.
Photographs, clippings, memorabilia, and personnel records, relating to post-World War II American military activities, especially in the Philippines.
Reports, memoranda, minutes of meetings, tests, manuals for tests, and a photograph, relating to the development and administration of an Army General Classification Test to help select American soldiers for officer training and specialty training during World War II, and...
Agreement between the Tchitouri Manganese Exporting Society (Tchemo) and W. A. Harriman and Company. Relates to mining rights in Georgia (Transcaucasia)
Writings, correspondence, lecture notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political conditions in the twentieth-century Middle East, European intellectual history, and political science.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, research notes, newsletters, lists, and printed matter, relating to Emperor Napoleon I of France, the Balkan crisis of 1875-1878, international affairs in Europe during the interwar period, and reconstruction of Germany and Austria following World...
Reports, memoranda, and correspondence relating to the Russian Civil War in Siberia, the Czechoslovak Legion, political and economic conditions in Siberia, and American policy in Siberia.
Depicts the headquarters of the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia, and officers of the Japanese and Czechoslovak forces in Vladivostok.
Writings, correspondence, reports, memoranda, printed matter, computer disks, and photographs, relating to Panama, American-Panamanian relations, the 1989 American invasion of Panama, Manuel Noriega, and the Foreign Policy Association of Panama. Includes research material for the book by David S....
Relates to the results of a study of American public opinion regarding the United Nations.
Writings, correspondence, photographs, maps, and memorabilia, relating to U.S. military operations in China during World War II, the Chinese Civil War, and the Indochinese War.
Writings, correspondence, photocopies of government documents, photographs, sound recordings, video tapes, and printed matter, of an American historian relating mainly to biological warfare, especially as conducted by Japan in China before and during World War II. Includes research material used...
Relates to the history of the Monarkhicheskaia Organizatsiia TSentral'noi Rossii, known as the Trust, and its control by the Soviet secret police for purposes of penetration and manipulation of anti-communist Russian groups in exile, from 1922 to 1927. Master's thesis,...
Sound recordings and written summaries of interviews, other writings, and photographs relating to the role of the Organisation Armée Secrète (OAS) in the Algerian war for independence and the attempted coup against President Charles de Gaulle of France. Includes interviews...
Sound recording of interview, relating to social conditions in Germany and to Allied military activities during World War II. Interview conducted by Bradley Bauer.
Memoirs, diaries, letters, reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to engineering projects, especially highway projects, in various parts of the world, especially in the Philippines, 1919-1921; China, 1922-1924 and 1946; and Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia and other parts of South America,...
Correspondence and writings, relating to American politics and social conditions.
Relates to activities of General Joseph W. Stilwell as American commanding general in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War II. Collected as research material for an uncompleted book. Includes letters by David D. Barrett, Frank Dorn, and other associates of...
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, writings, pamphlets, clippings, photographs, and posters, relating to relief work during the two world wars, the Saar plebiscite of 1934-1935, the Allied government in Austria after World War II, and the organization of international trade fairs. Includes...
Relates to the functions of the United Nations and of a proposed Atlantic Union. Written by L. Hartley and Clarence Streit.
Relates to social conditions in Germany and to family affairs. Includes some correspondence of other family members.
Relates to German cultural and propaganda work in the United States.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, bulletins, newsletters, and printed matter, relating to promotion of social studies in the United States, international educational exchanges, educational policy in Allied-occupied Germany after World War II, and activities of the American Newspaper Publishers...
Photographs of American student visitors in Germany.
Letters to his family, relating to conditions in Siberia during the Russian Revolution.
Includes correspondence, minutes, conference papers, publications, and agenda of the Mont Pelerin Society, mainly in the form of photocopies, related to activities of the society in promoting laissez-faire economics and associated concepts of freedom. Includes questionnaires sent to Mont Pelerin...
Reports, memoranda, studies, correspondence, manuals, notes, and printed matter, relating to education in California, especially alternative schools, and to educational assistance to developing countries, especially Liberia.
Mimeographed transcripts of interviews of refugees from the Soviet Union, conducted in West Germany and the United States by the Harvard University Russian Research Center, relating to social conditions in the Soviet Union.
Relates to assistance provided by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to improve bibliographic access to the holdings of the Vatican Library. Doctoral dissertation, Indiana University. Photocopy.
Depicts armistice negotiation meetings and other scenes in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.
Relates to relief activities of the American Relief Administration in Romania and especially in Russia in the aftermath of World War I and the Russian Civil War, and to political, social and economic conditions in Russia. Includes observations on conditions...
Study, entitled "Rescuing the Czar," relating to the publication in 1920 of a fabricated account by William Rutledge McGarry and Georgii Sergeevich Romanovskii, purporting to describe the secret rescue of Tsar Nicholas II and his family from captivity; and study,...
Memorandum, entitled Universal Peace, 1916; letter to Woodrow Wilson, 1919; and photograph of F. J. Hasl.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, clippings, serial issues, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Socialist Labor Party, and to social problems of aging.
Correspondence with the German government, relating to the expropriation by the Venezuelan government of the plantation of R. Hass, and to his efforts to enlist the aid of the German government in securing its return.
The Moisés Hassan M. papers contain materials relating to Nicaragua during and after the Sandinista revolution of 1979. Moisés Hassan Morales was a prominent figure in the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) and participated in the armed struggle against the...
Relates to the rights of non-German nationalities in Germany.
Materials relate to the Japanese invasion and occupation of the Philippines and the Japanese prison camp at Santo Tomás. The papers include scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and correspondence, newspaper clippings files, a typescript of letters and diary entries describing time...
Relates to the views of President Herbert Hoover on the labor movement. Photocopy.
Relates to the career of Herbert Hoover and to the establishment in 1963 of the Herbert Hoover Medal award program at Stanford University.
Correspondence, writings, minutes, reports, circulars, and printed matter, relating to student radicalism in West Germany, especially at the Universität Frankfurt am Main, and to the Bund Freiheit der Wissenschaft.
Indicates the secret membership of K. Haushofer in the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei.
Relates to Arvid and Mildred Harnack, members of the anti-Nazi Rote Kapelle resistance group in Germany during World War II.
Letters from American servicemen in the European and Pacific Theaters during World War II, to relatives and friends in the United States, relating to war experiences.
Correspondence, reports, printed matter, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to the Presidential campaign of 1932, and to Japanese-American foreign relations.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, government documents, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, sound tape cassettes, videotape cassettes, and memorabilia relating to semantics and education, student radicalism, the Japanese American community, American politics, the Republican Party, and American foreign relations...
Relates to the history of, and current situation in, the Japanese Communist Party. Original article published in Sovremennaia IAponiia (Present Day Japan), edited by P. Mif and G. Voitinsky (Moscow, 1934)
Diaries, correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, conference papers, conference programs, printed matter, sound recordings, and photographs relating to laissez-faire economics and associated concepts of liberty, and especially to activities of the Mont Pèlerin Society. Also available on microfilm (139 reels)....
Memoranda sent to the Santa Barbara (California) News-Press by the national wire services and the United Office Office of Censorship, containing instructions to editors for censorship of war stories. Includes a few photographs.
Reports, minutes, correspondence, memoranda, contracts, maps, and printed matter, relating to various aspects of governmental administration of Hong Kong, and especially to regulation of labor. Includes scrolls of calligraphy by Ching dynasty scholar-officials of Kwangtung Province, China.
Letters written to A. N. Hays, and printed matter, relating to the internment of Japanese-Americans in relocation centers during World War II.
Orders, certificates, clippings, and photographs, relating mainly to the occupation of Germany and Austria after World War II.
Diary entries, correspondence, printed matter, photographs, and slides relating to artists in Leningrad/Saint Petersburg in the late Soviet and post-Soviet periods. Includes letters by Russian artists, photographs of their artwork, and exhibit catalogs.
Photographs and miscellanea, relating to the condition of troops stationed in the United States and Hawaii during World War II.
Clippings, pamphlets, and newspaper issues, relating to political and economic conditions in Ireland. Includes a motion picture film, entitled , produced by George Morrison. Also includes some correspondence between Herbert Hoover and J. A. Healy.
Serial issues, newsletters, bulletins, reports and other printed matter, issued by free market and anti-regulatory organizations, relating to environmental and economic public policy issues in the United States. Collected by the Heartland Institute.
A noted American journalist and education editor, the collection includes speeches and writings, correspondence, reviews, memoranda, studies, scrapbooks, and printed matter, all relating to education in the United States.
Orders and personnel records, relating to American naval aviation, especially in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
The papers contain materials relating to American military activities during the Vietnam War, including a memoir, propaganda leaflets, other printed matter, and photographs. Also includes photographs of postwar Vietnam; and photographs, postcards, guidebooks, and other printed matter relating to war...
Speeches and writings, transcript of interview, newsletters, clippings, other printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating to education in California, and especially to California state legislation regarding education.
Relates to the involvement of Russia in World War I and the Russian Revolution and Civil War.
Relates to conditions in Czechoslovakia during World War II, the postwar communist regime in Czechoslovakia, and postwar world politics.
German national socialist memorabilia, including daggers, knife and sheath.
Delivered in Marburg, Germany. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Relates to German paratroop operations on the eastern and western fronts during World War II through the battle of Monte Cassino.
Memoirs, correspondence, and an interview, relating to the American military entrance into and occupation of Berlin at the end of World War II. In part, photocopy.
Orders, instructions, and printed matter, relating to the civil administration and relief of the Philippines, 1944, war crime trials in the Pacific, and the administration of government in Japan following World War II.
Relates to the foundation and early activities of Radio Free Europe.
Correspondence, diaries, notes, and miscellany, relating mainly to conditions in Germany during World War II and to German military operations. Includes correspondence with family members serving in the German army.
Relates to German naval operations during World War II, and to prisoners of war in Norway.
Photographs, mainly depicting the reinterment of the Austrian socialist leader Otto Bauer in Vienna in 1948. Collected by Grete and Otto Heinz.
Relates to workers' councils in Austria during the period 1918-1923. The study formed, in part, the basis for the book by Rolf Reventlow, Zwischen Alliierten und Bolschewiken: Arbeiterräte in österreich 1918 bis 1923 (Vienna, 1969). Includes both original typescript and...
Orders, personnel records, and photographs, relating to American naval operations.
Depicts Leon Trotsky, his wife and members of his entourage, and the artist Diego Rivera and his wife, in Coyoacan, Mexico. Includes original print, two reference prints, and video tape duplicate.
Relates to social, political, and economic conditions of, and current trends among, Germans in the Soviet Union. Study prepared for the United States Department of State Office of External Research.
Transcripts of autobiographical statements by the philosopher Manfred Buhr, the journalist Günter Wirth, and political officials Günter Kleiber and Manfred Uschner, relating to political and intellectual conditions in East Germany prior to German reunification. Collected by the Helen Kellogg Institute...
Printed reproductions of drawings of people and scenes in German East Africa. Published in Berlin by J. Zenkers.
Receipt for funds from the German government for furtherance of revolutionary activities in Russia. Photocopy.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, reports, bulletins, minutes, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to higher education in the United States, especially at Antioch College and the State University of New York, and to higher education for women.
Writings and sound recordings of an interview, relating to Richard Sorge, Soviet spy in the German Embassy in Japan. Includes an annotated affidavit by Joachim von Ribbentrop relating to the war crimes trial of Hiroshi Oshima, Japanese ambassador to Germany...
Pamphlets, serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, clippings, other printed matter, circulated material, correspondence, and notes relating to drought and famine in Ethiopia, relief and development assistance to Ethiopia, and political conditions and civil war in Ethiopia.
Relates primarily to Soviet-American relations in the interwar period, and also to American Red Cross relief work in Russia, the Baltic States and Germany, 1919-1921, and to American-Irish relations. Published as A Question of Trust: The Origins of U.S.-Soviet Diplomatic...
Four silver dollars, dated 1896, 1922, 1923, and 1924; and one coin from the Jamestown Exposition, 1907.
Correspondence, reports, and printed matter, relating to guerrilla activities of the Frente de Liberta¸ão de Mo¸ambique, the Movimento Popular de Liberta¸ão de Angola, and the Partido Africano da Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde, in Mozambique, Angola, and Guinea-Bissau and...
Relates to family affairs.
The Paul B. Henze papers consist of diaries, writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, reports, research materials, printed matter, and photographs relating to Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty broadcasting to Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union; conditions in Eastern Europe, the...
Originals in possession of : Herbert Hoover Presidential Library. Interviews with political leaders, businessmen, military officers, journalists, writers, physicians, secretaries, aides, friends, and associates of Herbert Hoover, relating to their recollections of Hoover in various capacities, including relief work director,...
Lists clippings, pamphlets, and other ephemeral publications, 1879-1975, by or about Herbert Hoover. Arranged chronologically. Photocopy.
Relates to the British general strike of 1926. Written by unidentified individuals in Great Britain.
Correspondence, writings, reports, memoranda, notes, and printed matter, relating to proposals for an all-volunteer armed force, Congressional action on the proposals, and evaluation of the new volunteer system in operation.
Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, conference papers, reports, and printed matter, relating to the history of education in Germany, Allied educational policy in Germany after World War II, German-American educational exchanges, and activities of the International Standing Conference for the History of...
Interview recordings and transcripts, notes, correspondence, photocopies of government and other documents, and printed matter relating to the development of the atomic bomb. Used as research material for the book by Gregg Herken, (New York, 2002).
Relates to proposals by R. Herman for the basis of a peace settlement to end World War I, especially regarding territorial questions.
Relates to Sandinista human rights violations in Nicaragua. Interview conducted by Deann M. Alford. Includes English translation transcript.
Relates to Russo-Romanian military activities during World War I and to the Russian Revolution.
Diary, photographs, and a memoir entitled Face To Face with the Mohammedan Menace in the Maghreb, relating to social conditions in Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia.
Photographs and magazine illustrations, depicting V. I. Lenin and Joseph Stalin.
Brochure, prepared by the Bohemian Club, commemorating the eightieth birthday of Herbert Hoover, 1954; and menu, for a luncheon for Nikita Khrushchev on the Southern Pacific Railroad, 1959.
Relates to the trial of E. Herrmann and six others in Munich for disturbance of the peace and slander, in connection with protests of refugees against the administration of the Bavarian Secretariat of Refugee Affairs.
Correspondence and personal documents, relating to German military operations on the Western and Eastern fronts during World War II. Includes some papers of other Herrnkind family members.
Maintains civilization to be contrary to nature.
American artist working under the name Copain. Depicts world leaders and revolutionaries. Used to illustrate the journal Intercontinental Press.
Correspondence, interviews, lectures, essays, notes, and clippings, relating to the League of Nations, territorial quesions, prisoners of war, and other political and economic issues at the Paris Peace Conference.
Correspondence with Manley O. Hudson and Arthur Sweetser, officials of the League of Nations, relating to accomplishments of the League of Nations and to prospects of the League for maintenance of peace and resolution of international disputes in the future.
Writings and speeches, memoranda, and resolutions, relating to the history, economy, and foreign policy of Lithuania and to the movement for Lithuanian independence. Includes appeals from Lithuanian-American organizations to the U.S. government urging recognition of the independence of Lithuania.
Writings and printed matter, relating to the history of Lézardrieux, France, during World War II.
Personnel records and correspondence (typewritten), relating to the career of H. Hervey in the United States Army and in the California National Guard. Photocopy.
North Vietnamese and Viet Cong propaganda directed at American soldiers in Vietnam. Digital copies also available at
Relates to Chinese culture and history, and to current political and economic conditions in China. Broadcast on Chinese television.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, studies, reports, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs, relating to children and youth in the United States, and to the proceedings of the White House Conference on Children and Youth.
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, personal documents, and photographs, relating to literature and philosophy. Includes papers of Sergei Gessen, father of Dymitr Hessen.
Relates to German military operations during World War II.
Three speeches, relating to the moral legacy of World War II; and two letters to the German-American jurist Alfred Gerstel, relating to personal matters.
Theses, studies, notes, writings, and correspondence, relating to the history, philosophy, literature, education, and religion in Egypt, the Arab world, and Turkey.
Political and nationalist songs relating to the Eritrean revolutionary separatist movement.
Mugs carved by an inmate of the Santo Tomás prison camp in the Japanese-occupied Philippines during World War II.
Correspondence, speeches, orders, personnel records, memoranda, printed matter, photographs, and certificates, relating to American naval aviation, particularly during World War II and the Korean War.
Letters, conference proceedings, transcripts of radio broadcasts, propaganda leaflets, and printed matter, relating primarily to the work of the United States Office of War Information and the United States Army Psychological Warfare Branch in the Southwest Pacific, 1944-1945.
Correspondence, photographs, printed matter, and memorabilia, relating to American defense policy.
Writings, correspondence, and photographs, relating to twentieth-century military history, and especially to aspects of World War II, the Indochinese War, and the Cuban missile crisis. Includes drafts of a book-length study entitled "Pluto and Vulture: A Comparison between John F....
Correspondence, writings, studies, reports, memoranda, bulletins, and printed matter, relating to vocational education in the United States, the Philippines, South Vietnam, and elsewhere in Asia and Africa.
Relates to the role of the United States in post-World War II reconstruction.
The Frances E. Hilger collection relates to the political activism of Hilger, an opponent of the Vietnam War. A lifelong Quaker, Hilger participated in several peace groups in the New Jersey area. Her collection contains many leaflets, pamphlets, and serial...
Collection includes correspondence, speeches and writings, dispatches, memoranda, reports, notes, printed matter, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to international relations and diplomacy, American foreign policy during the presidential administration of Ronald Reagan, and the Chinese Cultural Revolution. Also contains speeches and...
Memoirs, entitled Reminiscences of Four Years with N.K.V.D., relating to Anglo-Soviet secret service relations during World War II; and radio broadcast transcripts, entitled Go Spy the Land, relating to British intelligence activities in Russia, Turkey, and the Balkans, 1917-1918.
Personnel records, orders, letters, manuals, servicemen's newspapers, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, and miscellany relating to American military railway service operations in Iran and elsewhere in the Persian Gulf Command during World War II.
Relates to the existence of unpublished theses on the militia and National Guards of various states. Photocopy.
Press releases, bulletins, correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, brochures, photographs, motion picture film, and phonorecords, relating to fundraising in southern California for World War II relief activities. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Letters from famous American and foreign statesmen, authors, and scholars, relating to their evaluation of the historical significance of Woodrow Wilson, President of the U.S., 1913-1921.
Depicts street scenes and scenes of social activity in China before and during World War II, and of American military activities in China during the war.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, reports, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, motion picture film, and sound recordings relating to conditions in and American relations with Latin America and Spain, American foreign policy and domestic politics, and the Republican Party.
Pamphlets, brochures, leaflets, flyers, and other ephemeral printed matter, relating to political, social and environmental issues in Germany, and to German foreign relations and development assistance.
Correspondence, campaign literature, and memorabilia, relating to the activities of the Willkie Workers League in promoting the campaign of Wendell Willkie in the American presidential election of 1940.
Depicts activities of the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I. Digital copy also available at
Solicits stock purchases in the Russian-American Industrial Corporation, a company investing in Soviet industrialization.
Transcript of a debate between M. Hillquit and the British philosopher Bertrand Russell regarding the British Labour government, 1924; Hillquit memorial issue of the New Leader, 1934; and description of the Hillquit papers at the Wisconsin State Historical Society.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, speeches, and printed matter, relating to civil litigation involving the United States government, especially lawsuits involving President Richard M. Nixon; housing and community planning and development in the United States during the presidential administration of Gerald R....
Writings, correspondence, printed matter, sound recordings, video tapes, and photographs relating to international relations and their study at Stanford University; the history of, and political, social, and economic conditions in, Latin America and Spain; Soviet historiography on Herbert Hoover and...
Diaries (1914-1924); photographs; photocopies and microfilm of correspondence, reports, and memoranda from the office files of the personal staff of Heinrich Himmler (1942-1944); and recordings of speeches by Himmler (1940-1944) relating to national socialism in Germany, and activities of the...
Letter by Paul von Hindenburg, relating to his election as president of Germany, addressed to Grossherzog von Mecklenburg; and photograph of Paul von Hindenburg.
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, agreements, personnel records, and printed matter, relating to United Nations economic aid to Korea and aid to refugees from various countries, and to the world food supply.
Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, relating to questions of navigation rights on the Rhine, Danube, Elbe, Oder, and Vistula Rivers, restitution of captured ships, and reparations for war damage to river shipping, after World War I.
Relates to national socialism and to German culture.
Letters, serial issues, and writings, relating to the career of Konrad Cardinal von Preysing, Roman Catholic Bishop of Berlin, 1935-1950.
Published by Farrar, Straus (New York, 1950)
Depicts atomic destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, 1945, and subsequent condition of survivors of the atomic bomb.
Relates to the rehabilitation of German veterans blinded during World War I.
Relates to the expulsion of Walter Hirschfeld from the Verband der Årzte Deutschlands, in accordance with Nazi regulations, on grounds of non-Aryan descent. Includes two letters, 1941, relating to his subsequent emigration to the United States.
The Ronald MacArthur Hirst papers consist largely of material collected and created by Hirst over the course of several decades of research on topics related to the history of World War II and the Cold War, including the Battle of...
Relates to the Belgian Ministry of National Defense during the German occupation in World War II, and to the Belgian resistance movement.
Relates to resistance activities of repatriated French prisoners of war during World War II.
Drafts (typewritten) of two speeches by Adolf Hitler, one relating to the shooting of Ernst Röhm and others, 1934, and the other delivered at a Nazi party convention, 1937; his appointment book, March to June, 1943; photographs, bust and a...
Relates to the Russian Civil War in Mongolia.
Broadsides, flyers, leaflets, serial issues, and sound recordings, relating to political conditions in Iran under the reign of the Shah, the Iranian political opposition, the revolution of 1979, post-revolutionary conditions in Iran, and political opposition to the new Iranian regime....
Correspondence, reports, membership and personnel files, judicial and investigatory dossiers, administrative files and registers, and videorecordings relating to political conditions in, and governance of, Iraq. Collected by the Iraq Memory Foundation [Mu'assasat al-dhakirah al-'Iraqiyah] from the Ba'th Regional Command headquarters...
Series of charts, relating to findings of a poll on newspaper and magazine reading habits of the British public, broken down by region, sex, age, social class, and other characteristics. Compiled by J. W. Hobson and Harry Henry.
Reports, memoranda, notes, statistics, essays, bibliographies, and maps, relating primarily to administration of Allied military government in Japan after World War II.
Arrest, interrogation, and other judicial records, issued by secret police and other Soviet governmental agencies, relating to the arrest and execution of four Russian-Americans or Russians formerly resident in the United States, on charges of counter-revolutionary activities; and subsequent appeals...
Depicts World War II scenes in Europe, North Africa, the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands, India, and the Aleutian Islands; diplomatic conferences, including the Potsdam Conference, 1945, and the Casablanca Conference, 1943; civilian and military leaders; and maps...
Pamphlets, serial issues, proclamations, letters, ration cards, Nazi membership cards, and miscellany, relating to conditions in Germany during World War II, Nazi propaganda, and the Vietnamese War.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, reports, minutes, memoranda, printed matter, and audiovisual material relating to philosophy, social psychology, the nature of mass movements, social violence, the social role of intellectuals, and social conditions in the United States.
Correspondence, writings, notes, sound recordings and transcripts of interviews, corporate reports, clippings, other printed matter, videotapes, and photographs, relating to economic conditions and large business enterprises in post-Soviet Russia. Used as research material for the book by David E. Hoffman,...
Correspondence, writings, memoranda, telegrams, news clippings, manuscripts, and printed matter relating to Anglo-German relations in the 1930s, political developments in Hungary, and detailing the personal and literary activities of Princess Stephanie from 1914 to 1972.
Letter written by F. H. Holden in Moscow in 1923, relating to Russian operations of the American Relief Administration; and photographs of the German cruiser Wolf, its crew, and ships encountered and sunk by it during its raiding cruise in...
Acquired in 2006, the papers consist primarily of correspondence, writings, and photographs relating to the history and literature of Estonia. Of particular importance are the numerous photographs and writings in the papers that pertain to the struggle for renewed independence...
The papers contain materials that largely relate to the subject of international education, with a special emphasis on the role played in this field by American institutions in the period after World War II. As the long-time head of the...
Relates to the anticipated Allied invasion of the Netherlands. Produced by the Netherlands Information Bureau in New York and narrated by Bernard Dudley.
Writings, correspondence, curricular materials, and questionnaires, relating mainly to attitudes of American intellectuals toward communist countries and of American visitors to communist countries.
Writings, clippings, and miscellanea, relating to historical trends in the twentieth century, public relations and the social order, the League of Nations and World Court, and a variety of other historical themes.
Letters to Soviet government officials, relating to Soviet government treatment of the Volga German community in the Soviet Union, and related printed matter.
Correspondence, memoranda, racial incident case reports, other reports, pamphlets, press releases, and clippings, relating to desegregation of schools and other facilities in the U.S.; racial or ethnic friction involving black, Hispanic, American Indian and other minority communities; and efforts of...
Draft of a speech delivered at Oxford University in 1915, relating to the relief work of the Commission for Relief in Belgium; and photographs of refugees and war damage in Greece, Bulgaria, and Turkey at the end of the Balkan...
Relates to the reaction of the media and the government in the United States to the Jewish holocaust in Europe during World War II. Conference sponsored by the Harvard Divinity School, the Neimann Foundation, WCVB-TV, and the Anti-Defamation League of...
Program, conference papers, press coverage, photographs, and sound recordings and videotape of proceedings, relating to the Holocaust in Latvia during World War II.
Writings and correspondence, relating to Finnish independence, foreign relations, and political conditions.
Printed matter, writings, letters, photographs, and miscellany, relating to the Russian writers Isaak Babel', Boris Pasternak and Joseph Brodsky. Consists primarily of printed matter by and about Pasternak, Brodsky and Babel'.
Correspondence, writings, pamphlets, leaflets, newspaper issues, clippings, and photographs, relating primarily to the activities of the Tannenbergbund, a right-wing German political organization, active from 1926 to 1933, founded by General Erich Ludendorff. Includes correspondence with E. Ludendorff.
Memoirs and other writings by Russian military officers and other émigrés, relating to imperial Russian military history, Russian participation in World War I, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and Russian émigré affairs. Collected by Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, Jordanville,...
Relates to German military operations during World War I.
Depicts tests of elements of an anti-ballistic missile defense system designed and conducted under direction of the United States Army Ballistic Missile Defense Systems Command by Lockheed Missiles and Space Company and subcontractors, and associated with the Strategic Defense Initiative.
Pamplets, reports, speeches, leaflets, flyers, serial issues, other printed matter, audio-visual material, relating to political conditions, elections, and civil rights in Honduras.
Photograph albums depicting activities of the California Friends of France appointed Stanford University Unit of the American Ambulance Service during World War I in France, Albania, Greece, and Serbia.
Slides and transparencies, depicting buildings, residents, street scenes, and scenes of economic and social activity in Hong Kong.
Corporation annual reports, serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, clippings, press summaries, election campaign literature, other printed matter, videotape and sound tape reel recordings of television and radio news broadcasts, and memorabilia relating to political, social and economic conditions in Hong...
Flyers, leaflets, other printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to civil disobedience movements in Hong Kong.
Relates to anti-government demonstrations by college students in Seoul, 1960. Includes photographs.
Diaries, correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, reports, memoranda, and photographs relating to Chinese political events and foreign relations, international diplomatic conferences, Sino-Soviet relations, and the United Nations.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, lecture notes, printed matter, sound recordings, videotape, and photographs relating to philosophy, Marxism, communism in the United States and elsewhere, the question of communists in the educational system, campus disturbances in the 1960s, the Congress for...
Photographs and ephemera relating to the Bohemian Club of San Francisco. Includes photographs of Herbert Hoover and other club members at Bohemian Grove encampments and other locations. In part collected by Fred G. Clark.
Includes observations on the course of the Civil War, pacifism, the Society of Friends and the Methodist Episcopal Church, and reminiscences on Hoover family history and on the early history and settlers of Wayne County, Indiana.
Correspondence and memoranda, relating to American foreign policy during the presidential administration of Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Relates to relief work administered by Herbert Hoover, especially that of the American Relief Administration in Russia, 1921-1923. Incorporates footage from that period. Videotape and DVD copies (three versions) also available.
Writings, notes, typed copies of documents, printed matter, and financial records relating to American foreign policy and domestic policies during the presidential administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, World War II, and the early postwar years. Consists mainly of drafts of...
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, photographs, motion picture film, and sound recordings, relating to the career of Herbert Hoover as president of the United States and as relief administrator during World Wars I and II. Sound use copies of sound recordings...
Relates to personal and family affairs. Includes typed transcripts of all letters. In part, photocopy.
Sound recordings and transcripts of interviews of Soviet and American officials, relating to Soviet foreign policy during the presidency of Mikhail Gorbachev. Project sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace and the Mezhdunarodnyĭ fond sotsial'no-ėkonomikcheskikh i politologicheskikh...
This guide describes motion picture films from various collections in the archives. The guide is organized by collection title and includes the number of films, the film gauge(s), and the content matter of the films within each collection. When applicable,...
The guide describes photographs separated from the paper materials of collections of personal or organizational papers organized by the archives until the practice of separating photographs from paper materials stopped in 1992. Paper materials for the collections may be described...
This inventory lists 54,787 pamphlets held by the Hoover Institution Library. The pamphlets relate to twentieth-century political, social, and economic issues around the world. Although the pamphlets are in many different languages, about 33,000 are in English, 10,000 are in...
Relates to economics and political science. Selected working papers available in digital format on the Hoover Institution website:
Results published as Robert Browder and Alexander Kerensky, ed., The Russian Provisional Government, 1917 (Stanford, 1961)
Relates to United States Congressional opinions and actions regarding to the Russian Revolution. Photocopy.
Passport, 1913; war zone passes, 1918; sketch of Lou Henry Hoover, 1931; portfolio of reproductions of drawings of Spanish missions in California, 1933; and sketches of the White House, Capitol Building, Washington Monument, and Mount Vernon.
Relates to personal matters, the Hoover family, and the engineering career of Theodore J. Hoover, brother of Herbert Hoover and husband of M. B. Hoover.
Includes three presentations: Susan Eastbrook Kennedy, "Herbert Hoover and the Two Great Food Crusades of the 1940s"; Gary Dean Best, "Herbert Hoover and the Great Debates over Foreign Policy, 1940-1941 and 1950-1951"; and Frank Freidel, "Comment." Produced by George Fox...
Relates to the engineering career of T. J. Hoover and to the Hoover family. Includes edited and unedited versions, and microfilm of latter. Photocopy.
Videotape and sound recordings of addresses and discussion, relating to evaluation of all-volunteer armed forces in the United States. Includes a debate between Milton Friedman and Paul N. McCloskey.
Correspondence with family and friends, and personal documents, relating to German military activities on the Eastern and Western fronts during World War II.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, reports, bulletins, printed matter, and photographs, relating to socialism in Czechoslovakia, anti-communist political movements, Czech émigré affairs, Radio Free Europe, the Socialist International, and post-1989 political conditions in Czechoslovakia.
Relates to the claim of Anna Anderson to be Grand Duchess Anastasia of Russia. Photocopy.
Correspondence, writings, reports, studies, dispatches and instructions, printed matter, memorabilia, photographs, and sound recordings relating to American foreign relations in China, Japan, and other areas of East Asia, political conditions in China and Japan, and Dutch-American relations.
Photographs, letters, and invitation, relating to miscellaneous aspects of American-Thai relations, and depicting Reza Shah Pahlavi, his son the Crown Prince (later Mohammed Reza Shah), and scenes in Thailand, Iran and Afghanistan.
National socialist German anthem.
Relates to Hungarian politics and foreign relations in the interwar period and during World War II. Includes signed photograph of M. Horthy with dedication to the Hungarian peasantry, 1919.
Correspondence, clippings, reports, affidavits, court proceedings, and photographs, relating to activities of the Russian Railway Service Corps in Siberia, and to subsequent legal disputes regarding the military or civilian status of members of the corps.
Relates to American naval operations in the Far East and Siberia.
Relates to a conference of Adolf Hitler and German military leaders concerning German foreign policy, November 5, 1937.
Primarily depicts American military aircraft, and scenes of aircraft construction and of aeronautical research.
Relates to activities of the 4th Marine Regiment from 1941 to 1942, including the regiment's evacuation from Shanghai, China, to Olongapo, Philippines; its resistance to Japanese forces as part of the Corregidor garrison; and its surrender upon the fall of...
Imperial Chinese decoration of the Order of the Double Dragon; description and designs of the decoration; and autographed photographs of Herbert Hoover and Lou Henry Hoover.
Printed news stories, letters, clippings, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to American news coverage abroad, and especially to reportage from China in 1929.
Relates to personal matters and to her literary work.
Reports, minutes, memoranda, correspondence, legislation, notes, and printed matter relating to governmental administration of, and social and economic conditions in, Rhodesia (Zimbabwe).
Correspondence, orders, personnel records, sound recordings of reminiscences, maps, and photographs, relating mainly to British artillery operations in France during World War I.
Serial issues and pamphlets, relating to political conditions and civil rights in Belarus.
Relates to the communist movement in Australia, and to interactions of Czechoslovak officials with the Communist Party of Australia.
Speech delivered at West Branch, Iowa. Photocopy.
Studies, statutes, leaflets, and printed matter, relating to political conditions in Zimbabwe. Includes notes of interviews conducted by Mala Htun with Masipula Sithole and other Zimbabwean political leaders.
Diaries, memoirs, speeches and writings, and biographical data, relating to political and military conditions in China, Chinese participation in World War II, the Chinese Civil War, and defenses of Taiwan.
Correspondence, reports, writings, and printed matter, relating to Chinese foreign relations, the 1927 incident at Nanjing, the Tanggu Truce settlement with Japan in 1933, domestic politics in China, Chiang Kai-shek, and the Nationalist government of China.
Diaries of Huang Jie, a general in the Chinese Nationalist Army and governor of Taiwan Province, relating to political conditions and military policy in Taiwan.
Relates to the Asian Development Bank. Published as The Asian Development Bank: Diplomacy and Development in Asia (New York, 1975). Photocopy.
Memoirs, speeches, clippings, and photographs, relating to the Nationalist Chinese movement, China during World War II, and Taiwan in the postwar period.
Owned by J. H. Huber of Oberkulm, Switzerland, earliest known ancestor of Herbert Hoover.
Letters, pamphlets, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to American industry, simplification of industrial practice, the public life of Herbert Hoover, and the 1928, 1932, and 1936 presidential campaigns.
Printed matter and photographs, relating to relief activities in Hungary at the end of World War I.
Relates to the service of the 701st and 440th Ordnance Companies in the Philippines campaign of 1942.
Relates to the political development of Southern Rhodesia. Interviews conducted by Rex Reynolds.
Diary, notes, and photographs, relating to conditions in Japanese prison camps in the Philippines, Formosa, and Manchuria.
Postage stamps from various countries, and miscellany, relating to nuclear energy. Includes autographs of prominent nuclear scientists.
Depicts scenes in China, including military operations of the Chinese Army during the Sino-Japanese War. Includes portraits of Chiang Kai-shek and other Chinese political leaders. Indexes: Preliminary inventory.
Relates to Nicaraguan contra guerrilla activities from Costa Rican bases, American aid to Nicaraguan guerrillas, allegations of guerrilla drug trafficking, and allegations regarding the attempted assassination of the guerrilla leader Edén Pastora. Interviews conducted by William E. Ratliff.
Published as The Forming of the Communist International (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1964).
Newsletters and minutes, relating to the status of civil rights in Great Britain and throughout the world. In part, photocopy.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, lists, and financial records, relating to Republican Party fundraising activities, especially in California, election campaigns of Ronald Reagan, especially his presidential campaign in 1976, and the gubernatorial and presidential administrations of Ronald Reagan.
Pamphlets, leaflets, flyers, serial issues, bulletins, press releases, studies, election campaign literature, and other printed matter relating to various aspects of Hungarian history, including the Revolution of 1918-1919; the Revolution of 1956; Hungarian minorities in other countries; and political, social,...
Relates to execution of provisions of the armistice between Hungary and the Allied Powers at the end of World War I.
Relates to the trials of Hungarian communists for participation in the Hungarian Revolution of 1918-1919.
Dispatches, instructions, and political reports, relating to Soviet-Hungarian relations. Includes photocopies of records at Columbia University.
Dispatches, instructions, and reports, relating to Hungarian-Spanish relations. Includes some records of the Hungarian Embassy in Portugal, relating to Hungarian-Portuguese relations.
Dispatches and reports, relating to Hungarian-Swiss relations and to activities of the International Anticommunist Entente.
Reports, memoranda, and orders, relating to Austro-Hungarian military activities during World War I, domestic opposition to the war, socialist activities, Bolshevik propaganda, problems of minority nationalities during and after the war, postwar land reform, and the formation of soviets in...
Relates to conditions in Japanese internment camps during World War II, and to the battle for Manila in 1945. Includes camp newsletters and transcripts of wartime letters. By Herbert E. "Gene" Hungerford
Correspondence, clippings, and printed matter, relating to French colonial administration of Dahomey. Includes statements of protest concerning injustices of French colonial administration made by L. Hunkanrin at the Pan-African Congress of 1921. Photocopy.
Reports, memoranda, correspondence, diaries, writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to relief and reconstruction in Europe during and after World Wars I and II (especially in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, and Poland), the Commission for Relief in Belgium, the American...
Relates to American bombing operations in Europe during World War II. Photocopy.
Relates to a visit with the royal family of Romania. Includes correspondence of Elizabeth Dodge Huntington Clarke, wife of G. H. Huntington, 1925-1955, relating to the Romanian royal family.
Diaries, writings, correspondence, reports, notes, meeting materials, resolutions, statements, and printed matter relating to political, economic and cultural relations among Atlantic community countries and Japan, and private promotion of international cooperation, international education, and international environmental protection.
The J. C. Hurewitz papers consisted originally of a collection of printed materials, much of it relating to the history of the British mandate of Palestine. This part (Boxes 1-22) includes numerous publications issued by various Zionist parties in the...
Relates to Helmuth von Moltke and Peter Yorck, members of the anti-Nazi Kreisauer Kreis resistance group in Germany during World War II, and to the plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler in 1944. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Writings, pamphlets, leaflets, and clippings relating to cultural, political, and economic conditions in China, and to communism and Soviet influence in China.
Speeches, correspondence, reports, orders, clippings, and photographs, relating to aspects of the peacetime United States Army, especially military justice for black soldiers, and the Maryland Bicentennial Commission.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, financial records, and printed matter, relating to industrial and labor policy in the United States, the promotion of free enterprise and conservative thought, and activities of the Chrysler Corporation, the Foundation for Economic Education, and...
Depicts scenes of daily life and agricultural and other economic activities in Japan and other Asian countries. Includes slide projector.
Correspondence, film scripts, printed matter, photographs, filmstrips, and phonorecords, relating to the production of U.S. propaganda film by the Office of War Information for distribution in China during World War II, and to the history of television in the U.S.
Correspondence, writings, and reports, relating to American Relief Administration activities, food conditions in Germany following World War I, and technical assistance provided by American engineers in the Soviet Union.
Letters, postcards, orders, certificates, booklets, and newspapers, relating to activities of the 5th Marine Corps Regiment in France during World War I and in the occupation of Germany immediately afterward.
Contains speeches and writings, correspondence, pamphlets, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to laissez-faire economic theory, and to economic conditions and race relations in South Africa by Hutt, a South African economist.
Relates to American naval aviation operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and particularly to activities of the aircraft carrier Gambier Bay at the Battle of Leyte Gulf in 1944. Photocopy.
Correspondence, printed matter and miscellany, relating to Soviet-American aerial cooperation during World War II and to the postwar computer industry in the Soviet Union.