Relates to the development of Chinese studies in the United States, and to various aspects of modern Chinese history. Interview conducted by Ramon H. Myers. Includes photocopy of a memorandum by F. H. Michael, 1944, relating to the United States Army Specialized Training Program on the Far East conducted at the University of Washington during World War II. Sound use copy of sound recordings available.
Correspondence, conference proceedings, bulletins, press releases, financial records, booklets, phonotapes, and videotapes, relating to American foreign and domestic policy, the moral and intellectual climate in the Western world, relations between the United States and Europe and the Soviet Union, and international communism and anti-communist movements.
Archive/Manuscript — 190 ms. boxes, 222 oversize boxes, 3 card file boxes, 3 audio trays, 352 linear ft.
Videotape film and transcripts of television series hosted by William F. Buckley and produced by the Southern Educational Communications Association, relating to conservative thought, especially in the United States, and to American foreign and domestic policy. Includes background research file, sound recordings, and still photographs. Video use copies of videotape available. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Relates to the social, political and intellectual climate in Germany from the turn of the century through World War I and the Weimar period to the rise of national socialism, and to German émigré life from 1933 through the end of World War II.
Relates to activities of Trotskyist political groups in China and the United States, and analysis of political conditions in China and elsewhere. Consists primarily of letters received from the American Trotskyist C. Frank Glass.
Correspondence, printed matter, press releases, campaign literature, reports, and photographs, relating to activities of American conservative and anti-communist organizations, including many involved with Asian and African affairs. Includes records of the firm Marvin Liebman Associates.
Memoirs, thesis, other writings, and printed matter, relating to the career and murder of Hans Paasche, social conditions in Germany during the Weimar and Nazi periods, German émigré life in Japan and the United States, and positions of the Communist International on the colonial question (1919-1929). Includes memoirs by Maria Paasche, wife of John Paasche.
Correspondence, writings, clippings, and other printed matter, relating primarily to the life of Herbert Hoover. Includes material used as research for the book by C. G. Wilson, entitled Herbert Hoover : A Challenge for Today.
Correspondence, writings, memoranda, reports, meeting materials, and printed matter, relating to activities of the United States Institute of Peace to promote international peace, to political conditions in Europe and especially in Germany, and to American-European relations.
Letters, pamphlets, resolutions, and leaflets, relating to the United World Federalists, their activities in southern California, purposes, policies, meetings, financial status, membership, and fundraising, and opposition to their work. Includes some material on the United Nations.
Writings, diaries, correspondence, notes, and printed matter, relating to social conditions in Poland, cultural conditions in communist countries, popular culture in the United States and other Western countries, standards of sexual behavior in the United States, and American conservative thought. Includes fictional writings.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, loyalty-security board hearing transcripts, conference papers and agenda, and printed matter, relating to Sino-American relations; the post-World War II loyalty-security program in the Department of State; various aspects of Chinese history and politics, especially in the twentieth century; and American policy during the Vietnamese War.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, writings, and printed matter, relating to American communism, politics, and journalism, and the Alger Hiss espionage case. Includes 98 letters from Whittaker Chambers about the Hiss case.