Archive/Manuscript — 1 v. (20 p.) (1 oversize box)
Pictorial booklet, relating to the German youth movement. Text and photographs by A. E. Hallett. Paintings by Captain Herrmann, a German prisoner of war. Prepared at PW Camp 184, Llanmartin, near Newport Mons.
Correspondence relating to relief activities of the Commission for Relief in Belgium during World War I, and drafts and galleys of the book compiled by G. I. Gay, Public Relations of the Commission for Relief in Belgium : Documents (Stanford, 1929). Includes three paintings on flour sacks.
Correspondence, writings, personal documents, printed matter, photographs, and art objects, relating to German Jewish émigré affairs, the history of antisemitism, and Jewish refugees from Nazi persecution. Includes two plays dramatizing the actions of Paul Grüninger, a Swiss police captain, and Mitsugi Shibata, a Japanese official, in saving the lives of Jewish refugees in Austria and China, respectively, during World War II.
Writings, reports, memoranda, orders, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American military administration of Okinawa immediately after World War II. Entire collection also on microfilm (36 reels).
Cartoons, sketches, paintings, correspondence, clippings, newspaper issues, and photographs, relating primarily to World War I. Includes anti-German World War I cartoons, and cartoons relating to interwar world politics.
Writings, correspondence, notes, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Russian Revolution and Soviet foreign policy; various aspects of Soviet society from 1917 to World War II, including economic conditions and labor; and nineteenth and twentieth century European history in general. Includes drafts of and working materials for an unpublished book-length documentary study by M. T. B. Spalding and Xenia Joukoff Eudin, "Origins of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1917-1920." Also includes newspaper and periodical issues published in Belgium immediately after its liberation in 1945, and reproductions of paintings in the Tretiakov State Gallery, Moscow.
Correspondence, writings, notes, government surveillance files, pamphlets, serial issues, government documents, bulletins, newsletters, press releases, speeches, conference papers, clippings, and memorabilia, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Cuba under Fidel Castro, in Chile under Salvador Allende, and in Nicaragua under the Sandinistas; to education in Cuba; and to United States foreign policy in Cuba and elsewhere in Latin America.
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.