Writings, diaries, correspondence, interrogation and trial records, printed matter, sound recordings, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Russian literature, civil rights in the Soviet Union, political trials and conditions of political prisoners in the Soviet Union, and Russian émigré affairs. Includes records of the Russian-language Paris journal Sintaksis, published and edited by A. Sini͡avskiĭ.
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, identification documents, photographs, sound recordings, video tape, and memorabilia, relating to civil liberties and dissent in the Soviet Union, and to Russian émigré affairs. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Correspondence, reports, directories, lists, pamphlets, serial issues, and circulated material, relating to voluntary associations in the former Soviet Union, exchanges and person-to-person contacts, religion, peace movements, human rights, and promotion of democracy and citizenship. Includes many publications collected by the Center. Also includes records of the Center's predecessor organization, the Northwest Regional Office of the World without War Council.
Correspondence, writings, petitions, leaflets, flyers, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to clandestine activities of the Narodno-Trudovoĭ Soi͡uz in the Soviet Union and its public activities in the West, in opposition to Soviet communism and in support of Soviet dissidents. Includes papers of Boris Miller, Narodno-Trudovoĭ Soi͡uz leader and father of George Miller-Kurakin.
Correspondence, writings, serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, and other printed matter, relating to the status of religious freedom in the Soviet Union and other communist countries, and to dissidents in the Soviet Union and other communist countries. Includes drafts of documentary publications of the Christian Committee for the Defense of Believers' Rights in the USSR and of the Washington Research Center.
Correspondence, memoirs, other writings, printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating to civil liberties in the Soviet Union, and especially to misuse of psychiatry for political repression in the Soviet Union.
Correspondence, writings, radio broadcast scripts, underground journals, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to Russian literature, dissidence in the Soviet Union, and radio broadcasting to the Soviet Union. Includes some papers of other family members.
Photocopies of letters by K. Päts, relating to his imprisonment in the Soviet Union, and appealing to the United Nations to bring about civil rights and independence in the Baltic States; translations and a press release from the Consulate General of Estonia in New York City, explaining the acquisition and content of the letters; medical records; memoirs by Helgi-Alice Päts and Matti Päts, daughter-in-law and grandson of K. Päts, relating to the imprisonment of the Päts family in the Soviet Union; articles from the Estonian press on the same subject; and photographs.
Newsletters, annual reports, pamphlets, clippings, and printed matter, relating to human rights and ethnic relations in Latvia. Collected by the Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies. Includes neo-fascist literature, and some issuances of the Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, personal documents, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to forced labor, political prisoners, civil rights and dissent in the Soviet Union, and to human rights activities of Resistance International.