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Taiwanese Subject Collection, Box 1, Hoover Institution Archives

Materials from China, Korea, and Vietnam

Pasternak Family Digital Archives (Hoover Institution Library and Archives)

New collection exposes gaps in the Iron Curtain

Berlin: Checkpoint Charlie Album, Box 1, Hoover Institution Archives

Hoover acquires "Checkpoint Charlie" album

Conference on Andrei Sakharov and the Conscience of Humanity

Honoring the legacy of a scientist and human rights activist

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Hoover Archives Reading Room Renovation to Begin November 25

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The Hoover Archives Reading Room will undergo remodeling, beginning November 25, 2013, through February 2014. The Hoover Library and Archives will be closed November 25–29, reopening on Monday, December 2, with the archives temporarily relocated to the Hoover Library Reading Room in the Hoover Tower. During the renovation, the library and archives’ hours will be Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; service and paging may be limited or disrupted.

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Hoover research fellow Paul Gregory reads Oswald’s pocket dictionary

Lee Harvey Oswald documents donated to Hoover Library and Archives

Friday, November 8, 2013

Hoover research fellow Paul Gregory has donated the pocket-sized English-Russian dictionary that Lee Harvey Oswald used in Russia to the Hoover Institution Archives.

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Eric Wakin delivers remarks at the opening of the Fudan symposium.

Hoover Archives Cohosts the Symposium “The Soong Family and the Development of Modern China” in Shanghai

Monday, November 4, 2013

The symposium “The Soong Family and the Development of Modern China,” cosponsored by the Hoover Institution Archives, the Shanghai City Government, and Fudan University, was held in Shanghai, China, between November 1 and 3, 2013.

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Estonian Song Festival, 2009.

Stanford University Libraries presents an Estonian Cultural Evening at Stanford University

Monday, November 4, 2013

Although a small country, Estonia has rich culture and history, both of which will be celebrated through film at Stanford on Nov. 19. This free event aims to bring together Stanford faculty, staff, and students, local Estonians as well as other people interested in Estonian heritage. You can find more information or register for the event here.

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