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Archive/Manuscript
2 v. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Green Library
Archive/Manuscript
1 DVD.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
117 microfilm reels.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, relating to Bulgarian foreign relations and domestic policy, the Bulgarian role in the Balkan Wars and World War I, and Bulgarian dynastic affairs.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
54 ms. boxes.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Photocopies of French and German government documents, relating to internment camps in Vichy France during World War II, and to deportation of Jews and others from Vichy France to German concentration camps. Includes some correspondence and writings of K. W. Schaechter.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
2 phonotape cassettes (1 ms. box)
Sound recording of interview, relating to social conditions in Germany before, during and after World War II. Interview conducted by Bradley Bauer. Sound use copy available.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
1 v. (120 p.) (1 folder)
Relates to German military operations during World War I. Includes posthumous material relating to the death of A. Steinhart in battle on the Western front.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
3 ms. boxes, 3 oversize boxes.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Sound recordings and transcripts of interviews of leaders of the Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands and of the Partei des Demokratischen Sozialismus, and of other German political and cultural figures, relating to political conditions in East Germany and in reunified Germany. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
<200 > microfiches + catalogue.
31 monographs by (and about) Philipp Melanchthon. The collection focuses on three types of literature in Melanchthon's corpus. First, it includes works not contained in the more recent collections of Melanchthon's works (i.e., the Corpus Reformatorum, the Supplementa Melanchthoniana, and the Melanchthon Studienausgabe). Second, it preserves important earlier editions of works that have been unavailable in modern sources, especially the ones that differ from later editions. Third, it contains a copy of the four-volume Opera omnia that indicates the materials available immediately after Melanchthon's death and that gives access to the only all-inclusive index of his more well-known theological works.
Media & Microtext Center
Archive/Manuscript
1 folder.
Correspondence, and printed matter, relating to the reunification of Germany and to subsequent issues of equitable treatment of citizens.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
588 p., [54] p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Green Library
Archive/Manuscript
9 ms. boxes.
Finding aid
Online Archive of California
Pamphlets, brochures, leaflets, flyers, and other ephemeral printed matter, relating to political, social and environmental issues in Germany, and to German foreign relations and development assistance.
Hoover Archives
Archive/Manuscript
<799> microfiches + guide.
Collection of documents from a section of the World Council of Churches Archives, dealing with Germany and fifteen other countries during the period 1932-1957. Documents include: newspapers, press clippings, press releases, telegrams, correspondence, minutes, manuscripts and personal notes. The bulk of the material relates to Germany and covers the issues and events of the war as well as the beginning years of the World Council of Churches. Correspondents include: Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Bishop Bell, H. Schönveld, Karl Barth, James McDonald, Georges Casalis, Adolf Freudenberg, Martin Niemöller, Bishop Dibelius, Gerhart Riegner, Marc Boegner, and Willem Aldolf Visser 't Hooft.
Media & Microtext Center
Archive/Manuscript
<252 > microfiches + catalogue.
99 titles. Sources on the development of the Reformation in Heidelberg in the 16th century. Includes works by Thomas Erastus, Pierre Boquin, Caspar Olevian, Zacharias Ursinus, Girolamo Zanchi and Immanuel Tremellius. The collection also contains documentation on the Heidelberg Lord's Supper controversy.
Media & Microtext Center
Archive/Manuscript
3 items.
Includes a special computer issue of DIE ZEIT MAGAZIN (Nr. 35, 20 Aug. 1998) with accompanying newsclipping, and an article by Howard Alexander, "Behold the lowly mouse : clever technology close at hand, " published in the NEW YORK TIMES, 1 Oct. 1998, page D9.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
346 p. ; 21 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Archive/Manuscript
40 p.
The entire issue, including the ads, was designed by Carson.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
13 posters, 1 booklet.
Images present views and perspectives on an era that includes 50 years of peace and 5 years of German unity.
Special Collections
Archive/Manuscript
2 pamphlets.
Hoover Library
Archive/Manuscript
57 pamphlets.
Hoover Library
Archive/Manuscript
7 pamphlets.
Hoover Library