Memoranda, reports, diaries, photographs, and printed matter, relating to the communist movement in the Philippines, and to Japanese prison camps in the Philippines during World War II. Used as research material for the book by A. H. Scaff, The Philippine Answer to Communism (1955).
Writings, correspondence, military orders, clippings, serial issues, maps, and photographs, relating to the exploit of A. S. Rowan in carrying the "message to Garcia" during the Spanish-American War, and to other American military activities in Cuba and the Philippines during the war and the Philippine insurrection.
Writings, correspondence, notes, reports, clippings and other printed matter, relating to education in the Philippines; political, social, economic, and religious conditions in the Philippines; and educational and missionary activities elsewhere in Asia.
Speeches and writings, studies, reports, correspondence, memoranda, orders, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American propaganda and military activities in the Pacific Theater during World War II, the occupation of Japan, and postwar conservative political organizations in the United States, especially the Citizens Foreign Aid Committee.
Diaries, correspondence, reports, clippings, and photographs, relating to Commission for Relief in Belgium activities, American Relief Administration activities in Eastern Europe, and conditions in Santo Tomas and Los Baños internment camps in the Japanese-occupied Philippines.
Correspondence, reports, writings, memoranda, manuals, minutes of meetings, printed matter, microfilm, and photographs, relating to counter-guerrilla military operations, especially in the Philippines (1947-1965), Vietnam (1961-1970), elsewhere in southeast Asia, and Colombia (1959-1960); the Allied occupation government in Japan; and communism, especially in the United States.
Memoirs, diary, correspondence, financial records, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Japanese occupation of the Philippines during World War II. Includes papers of Cecil John Martin, husband of Charlotte Martin and port captain of Cebu City.
Diary, correspondence, orders, booklets, photographs, and printed matter, relating to American naval activities in the Philippines, 1935-1937, and at Pearl Harbor, 1941, and to the United States Naval Academy Postgraduate School.
Interview transcripts, memoirs, other writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to internment of American civilians in the Japanese-occupied Philippines during World War II, the war crime trial and execution of Japanese General Masaharu Homma, and the American diplomatic service.