Relates to historical events in Russia and Lithuania before, during, and after the Russian Revolution and Civil War; Poles in Lithuania; and agricultural developments in Lithuania, 1881-1939. Includes watercolor drawings and sketches of scenes and manor houses in Lithuania and Poland. Also available on microfilm (8 reels).
Relates to the anti-Nazi movement in Germany during World War II and to conditions in Germany following the war. Letters illustrated with original drawings. Also includes printed copies of writings by Tisa von der Schulenburg and photographs of her sculptures.
Writings, drawings, photographs, and reprints, relating to conditions in the Netherlands under German occupation during World War II, and to food relief at the end of the war. Includes a study entitled Wartime Food Problems of the Netherlands.
Drawings and reproductions of photographs, prepared for the International Exhibition of Water Technics held at Liège, Belgium, in 1939, depicting scenes in Liège and illustrating the history of the city.
Memoir, relating to imprisonment in Soviet forced labor camps; photocopies of Soviet arrest records and summaries of judicial proceedings, and of United States Federal Bureau of Investigation reports on interviews after repatriation; and 44 original paintings and drawings depicting living and working conditions in Soviet forced labor camps.
Correspondence, identification documents, photographs, and cartoons, relating to Polish politics, art and literature, and to world politics. Includes satirical anti-Nazi and post-World War II pro-communist cartoons.
Correspondence, diaries, speeches and writings, financial records, printed matter, drawings, videotape, and photographs, relating to Chinese art and to Chinese-American cultural relations, especially during World War II. Includes papers of Helen Fong Chang, wife of Zhang Shuqi. Video use copies of videotape available.
Hand-drawn portraits of American, British, Japanese, French, Italian, Belgian, and Chinese delegates to the Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armament, 1921-1922. Portraits are autographed by their subjects.
Photographs, drawings, printed matter, and miscellanea, relating to activities of the Japanese Army in China during World War I, especially to the siege of Tsingtao, 1914; to the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905; and to the palace of Kaiser Wilhelm II on the island of Corfu.