Passport, 1913; war zone passes, 1918; paintings, sketch and photograph of and by Lou Henry Hoover; portfolio of reproductions of drawings of Spanish missions in California, 1933; and sketches of the White House, Capitol Building, Washington Monument, and Mount Vernon.
Photocopies of letters from Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoover to Theodore Hoover, brother of Herbert Hoover, and Hulda McLean, 1903-1964, and of letters of Hulda Randall Minthorn Hoover, mother of Herbert Hoover, all relating to personal and family matters; typewritten and printed material relating to the genealogy of the Hoover family; and typewritten quotations from the writings of Herbert Hoover.
Depicts Stanford University, 1892-1917; persons associated with Stanford University, including Herbert Hoover, John C. Branner, and Joseph Swain; and daily life and tin mining operations in Malaya, 1920.
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, photographs, motion picture film, and sound recordings, relating to the career of Herbert Hoover as president of the United States and as relief administrator during World Wars I and II. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Correspondence, diary, scrapbooks, memorabilia, clippings, photographs, sound recording, and printed matter, relating to Herbert Hoover, Lou Henry Hoover, Stanford University, the Hoover Institution, the Girl Scouts, and the American Red Cross in France during World War I.
Diaries, writings, correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, photographs, and printed matter, relating to American foreign relations, international disarmament, the League of Nations, and relief work in Europe during World Wars I and II. 1918 diary also available on microfilm (1 reel)
Correspondence, writings, reports, studies, dispatches and instructions, printed matter, memorabilia, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to American foreign relations in China, Japan, and other areas of East Asia, political conditions in China and Japan, and Dutch-American relations. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Reports, memoranda, correspondence, diaries, writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to relief and reconstruction in Europe during and after World Wars I and II (especially in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, and Poland), the Commission for Relief in Belgium, the American Red Cross, Herbert Hoover and the presidential campaign of 1920, and American economic conditions between the two world wars.
Correspondence, memoranda, research notes, scrapbook of published writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to international affairs and cooperation, world economics, an Atlantic Union, and Herbert Hoover's opinion poll of the Stanford University faculty on foreign policy of the United States.
Speeches and writings, diaries, correspondence, memoranda, reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to regulation of the American economy, especially food products, during World War I; American Relief Administration activities; postwar marketing of American commodities; and the American oil industry.