Memoirs, entitled Transformations, and letters, relating to the history of Constantinople Woman's College during World War I, conditions in Turkey during the war, Turkish society, and the Turkish educational system.
Letters, memoranda, reports, proclamations, speeches, clippings, newspaper issues, and photographs, relating to political and social conditions in Turkey during the Ottoman Empire and the early years of the Turkish Republic, Turkish military activities during World War I, Turkish foreign relations, and ethnic minorities in Turkey.
Correspondence, drafts of books and articles, speeches, memoranda, notes, pamphlets, press summaries, clippings, and photographs, relating to the history and government of Turkey in the twentieth century. Includes an interview with Kemal Atatürk, 1922, and writings by Eleanor Bisbee, Reşat Güntekin, Abdülhak Hisar, Yakub Osmanoglu, Ahmet Yalman, and the Milli Partisi.
Transcripts of letters from A. and Rosalind Toynbee to relatives and friends in England, 1921-1923, relating to their observations of conditions in Greece and Turkey during the Greco-Turkish War; and sound recordings of speeches by A. Toynbee in San Francisco and at Stanford University, 1950, relating to the prospects for Western civilization. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.
Reports, correspondence, leaflets, and notes, relating to political and economic conditions in Turkey, Zionism, relief work and the conduct of German occupying forces in Belgium during World War I, American neutrality in World War I, war propaganda, and proposals for world peace.
Dispatches, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political conditions in Russia during the Russian Revolution, Allied intervention in Russia, and political conditions in Turkey at the end of World War I. Entire collection also available on microfilm (1 reel).
Memoirs and correspondence, relating to Turkish atrocities against Armenians in 1915; the expulsion of Americans from Turkey, 1920-1921; Turkish-American relations; and conditions in Greece during World War II.