Relates to the prospective shipment of war matériel from the United States to Great Britain under lend-lease legislation. Prepared at the request of Herbert Hoover. Includes copies of related correspondence with Herbert Hoover and former Attorney General William D. Mitchell.
Relates to the facilities, history, purpose, and activities of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Includes interviews with Herbert Hoover and with staff members and researchers at the Hoover Institution. Digital copies of selected items also available.
Correspondence, reports, minutes, press releases, and printed matter, relating to rationalization of the organization of the executive branch of the United States government. Includes records of the second Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (1953-1955).
Correspondence, reports, notes, and clippings, relating to food conservation in the United States and to famine conditions throughout the world. Includes memoranda and diaries of Herbert Hoover, honorary chairman of the committee. Also available on microfilm (31 reels).
Relates to the Allied occupation of Germany at the end of World War II and to German public opinion regarding the occupation, World War II, and the Nazi regime. Annotated by Herbert Hoover. Subsequently published under the title, Report on the Germans (New York, 1947).
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, statements, pamphlets, serial issues, and photographs, relating to attempts to organize and secure international agreement for a civilian relief program for Norway, Finland, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Poland during World War II. Also available on microfilm (121 reels).
Letters, writings, photographs, and printed matter, relating to Herbert Hoover and Stanford University. Includes letters by Herbert Hoover. Also includes collected communiqués of belligerent governments printed in the New York Times, 1942-1945, relating to military operations during World War II; and reports from diverse sources relating to Japanese foreign policy, 1937-1939, postwar Japanese educational reform, postwar Soviet foreign policy, and the Chinese Revolution of 1949.
Relates to demographic, educational, racial, recreational, cultural, religious, medical, legal, and governmental aspects of society; urban and rural trends; and the role of the family. Reports published under the title Recent Social Trends in the United States (New York, 1933). Also available on microfilm (10 reels).