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Abstract Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, bulletins, and photographs, relating to Russian émigré affairs, and especially to Russian life in Harbin, China, prior to World War II.
Abstract Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, other printed matter, miscellany, and video tapes, relating to the Algerian war of independence and to political, social and economic conditions in Algeria.
Abstract Writings, letters, and printed matter, relating to conditions in Romania during and after World War II, and to radio broadcasting to Romania.
Abstract Memoirs, correspondence, legal and financial papers, memoranda, press releases and printed matter, relating to the career of Saul Alinsky as a radical and organizer of impoverished communities in the United States. Includes published writings and a few papers of Saul Alinsky.
Abstract Writings, reports, memoranda, sound recordings of conference proceedings, and printed matter, relating primarily to the San Francisco, California, public school system.
Abstract Relates to the health of President Kārlis Ulmanis of Latvia in 1933.
Abstract Correspondence, legal and financial records, printed matter, photographs, and miscellany, relating to the American community in Shanghai prior to, during, and immediately after, World War II. Includes the diary and other papers of Godfrey R. Gregg, son-in-law of E. C. Allan, and video tapes and other material collected by Patty Gregg.
Abstract Pamphlets, leaflets, and other printed ephemera, issued by right-wing, left-wing and other political organizations, and by governmental, business, labor, religious, educational and other organizations, relating to political, social and economic conditions in the United States and abroad, and especially to right-wing and left-wing movements in the United States.
Abstract Photocopies of notes on and transcripts of correspondence, writings and police records drawn from files on Aleksandr Shli͡apnikov and Sergeǐ Medvedev in Russian archival repositories, 1917-1958, relating to the Workers Opposition movement in the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Includes digital sound recording and transcript of interviews of I͡U. A. Shli͡apnikov, son of Aleksandr Shli͡apnikov. Used as research material for the book by Barbara Allen, Alexander Shllyapnikov,...
Abstract Correspondence, press releases, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to activities of the Commission for Relief in Belgium, U.S. Food Administration and U.S. Fuel Administration during World War I, and of the National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies and Finnish Relief Fund during World War II, to political conditions in the U.S., and to Herbert Hoover.