Register of the Condoleezza Rice papers

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Title: Condoleezza Rice papers
Date (inclusive): 1954-2019, bulk 1976-2019
Collection Number: 2020C36
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 9 manuscript boxes, 8 oversize boxes, 1 card file box, 4 DVDs, digital media (12.2 Linear Feet)
Abstract: Condoleezza Rice is an American diplomat, political scientist and professor. She was previously the provost at Stanford University and served as National Security Adviser and Secretary of State in the George W. Bush administration. In 2020 she was appointed Director of the Hoover Institution. The Condoleezza Rice papers (1976-2019) consists of papers, photographs, albums, scrapbooks, videorecordings and media relating to her education, academic career and government service.
Creator: Rice, Condoleezza, 1954-
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Library & Archives

Access

Closed.

Use

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Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Library & Archives in 2020.

Processing Information

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Biographical Note

Born in 1954 in Birmingham, Alabama, Condoleezza Rice earned her Ph.D. in political science from the University of Denver in 1981. Thereafter she became a professor and provost at Stanford University before serving as National Security Adviser and Secretary of State in the George W. Bush administration. In 2020 she was appointed Director of the Hoover Institution.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Condoleezza Rice papers (1976-2019) contains papers, photographs, albums, scrapbooks, videorecordings and media relating to her education, academic career and government service.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Cabinet officers -- United States
Diplomats -- United States
Soviet Union -- Study and teaching
Pictorial works
Video tapes

 

Accession Inventory

 

Paper Material

box 1

2005

Scope and Contents

Contains schedules pertaining to Condoleezza Rice's travels while Secretary of State during 2005.
box 2

2006

Scope and Contents

Contains schedules pertaining to Condoleezza Rice's travels while Secretary of State during 2006.
box 3

2007

Scope and Contents

Contains schedules pertaining to Condoleezza Rice's travels while Secretary of State during 2007-2008.
box 4

2008

Scope and Contents

Contains schedules pertaining to Condoleezza Rice's travels while Secretary of State during 2008.
box 4

1976-1981

Scope and Contents

Contains notes pertaining to Condoleezza Rice's dissertation.
box 4

1985-1993

Scope and Contents

Includes printed matter, correspondence, photographs, schedules pertaining to Stanford 100 Centennial (1985-1991), San Jose Mercury West article (10/20/91), Stanford Gorbachev visit (June 4, 1990), Provost poem (5/19/93)
box 4

2008-2009

Scope and Contents

Contains records pertaining to Condoleezza Rice's international travels.
box 5

1990

Scope and Contents

Includes photographs pertaining to Stanford Gorbachev visit (June 4, 1990).
box 5

2005-2010

Scope and Contents

Includes reports, photographs, and printed matter pertaining to national security, the Cold War, Secretary Rice's international trips.
box 7

2004-2008

Scope and Contents

Includes reports, printed matter, correspondence, and schedules pertaining to Secretary Rice's international trips and foreign policy.
box 8

2004-2005

Scope and Contents

Includes reports, photographs, printed matter, speeches, and correspondence pertaining to pertaining to human rights and democracy
box 9

2005

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence, reports, printed matter, photographs, and schedules pertaining to Condoleezza Rice's work as Secretary of State and international travels.
box 9

1971-2011

Scope and Contents

Includes photographs, correspondence, and certificates
box 9

2005-2011

Scope and Contents

Includes photographs, notes, and correspondence.
box 18

2005-2006

Scope and Contents

Includes newspaper issues and clippings.
 

Photographs

box 10

2009

Scope and Contents

Contains photographs.
box 13

undated

Scope and Contents

Contains a photo album of early years and education
box 14

1962-1993

Scope and Contents

Includes scrap book, and printed matter.
box 15

2010

Scope and Contents

Contains a photo album of a foreign trip
box 16

undated

Scope and Contents

Contains photo album of a formal dinner. Green cloth covers with floral pattern.
box 17

2004

Scope and Contents

Contains photo album of a formal dinner. Maroon covers. CD-R version included.
 

Oversize

box 11

The Visit of the President to Baghdad, Iraq, Thanksgiving Day 2003 2003

Scope and Contents

Scrapbook
box 12

The Lincoln Club of Northern California Lifetime Achievement Award, Condoleezza Rice, October 7, 2013 2013

Scope and Contents

Scrapbook
box 12

Beijing, China visit June 9-10 2005

Scope and Contents

Scrapbook
 

Audiovisual Material

Scope and Contents

Boxes 6 and MC4 contain 10 VHS video recordings and 4 DVDs with technical access restrictions.
 

Digital Material

Scope and Contents

1 USB flash drive. Digital materials are not available until processed. If interested in accessing these materials, please contact us for more information.