Correspondence, reports, and investigative files, relating to secret police and intelligence activities, dissident and anti-Soviet activities, and repatriation and nationalism issues, in Estonia, and to Russian refugees in Estonia before 1940 and post-World War II Estonian refugees in western Europe.
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to resettlement of White Russian veterans and displaced persons after the Russian Civil War, and to Russian émigré affairs and activities of the Russian Orthodox Church abroad.
Training video tapes for lawyers representing applicants for asylum in immigration hearings in the United States. Includes a mock asylum hearing, and background lectures regarding applicants from Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Iran.
Relates to relief work in China, Polish refugees and relief needs during World War II, Polish relations with the United States and the Soviet Union, and postwar prospects for Poland. Letters addressed to the Polish foreign minister August Zaleski.
Relates to the Soviet occupation of Estonia in 1940, conditions in camps for Estonian displaced persons in Germany during and after World War II, and the emigration of the Simonlatser family to the United States in 1949.
Relates to conditions in Germany under national socialism, persecution of Jews, the journey of Charlotte Stein-Pick in 1939 from Germany to Western Europe and ultimately the United States, and her return visit to Germany in 1951.
Autobiographical essays by immigrant and refugee children in California public schools, relating to their lives in their native countries, their journeys to the United States, and their experiences in adjusting to life in the United States and to American schools. Many of the children came from East Asia and Southeast Asia.