Writings, transcripts of court testimony, correspondence, and clippings, relating to communism in the United States, especially in Hawaii, and to the anti-communist movement. Includes typescript memoirs, entitled "Broken Chains."
Correspondence, messages, pamphlets, programs, proclamations, reports, resolutions, and clippings, relating to American foreign policy, the National Captive Nations Committee, the Ukrainian Catholic Church, China and Mao Zedong.
Memoirs, letters, memoranda, clippings, periodical issues, lists, notes, and financial records, relating to political development in Latin America, especially in the 1930s; United States relations with Latin America, 1933-1945; the American Mercury; international communist subversion; and international affairs.
Letters, clippings, leaflets, pamphlets, serial issues, and ephemeral printed matter, issued by conservative and anti-communist organizations in the United States, relating to international communism and communism in the United States.
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, radio scripts, printed matter, and photographs, relating to activities of the Free Europe Committee in promoting opposition to the communist regimes of Eastern Europe.
Correspondence, writings, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to the annexation of Latvia to the Soviet Union, conditions in Latvia under communism, Latvian émigrés in Canada and the United States, and anti-communist Latvian émigré movements.
Correspondence, diaries, minutes, radio broadcast transcripts, memoranda, and phonotapes, relating to communism in Romania, Romanian émigré politics, the Assembly of Captive European Nations, and Radio Free Europe.
Archive/Manuscript — 226 cu. ft. boxes, 1 card file box.
Clippings and other printed matter, relating to the disintegration of the Soviet Union, and to political conditions in post-Soviet Russia. Includes a 1968 official Soviet report (incomplete), summarizing results of the investigation of the Vserossiĭskiĭ sot͡sial-khristianskiĭ soi͡uz osvobozhdenii͡a naroda, an anti-communist revolutionary organization in the Soviet Union.
Photocopy of writing, entitled Gibel' Generala Millera, relating to the death of the White Russian leader, E. K. Miller; and correspondence and printed matter, relating to the writing and to Russian émigré anti-communist activities, 1917-1968.
Correspondence, conference proceedings, bulletins, press releases, financial records, booklets, phonotapes, and videotapes, relating to American foreign and domestic policy, the moral and intellectual climate in the Western world, relations between the United States and Europe and the Soviet Union, and international communism and anti-communist movements.