Morocco

The Moroccan collections contain some significant materials about that country’s history as a French colony and an independent country. The Luella Jemima Hall collection has extensive documentation on relations between the United States and Morocco during nearly two centuries. Other collections concern politics and education in the country after independence.

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Douglas Elliott Ashford Papers

US political scientist and author

Luella Jemima Hall Papers

US historian; dean of Hartnell College, 1938–53

Nasser Sharify Papers

Iranian American educator; UNESCO consultant

Graham H. Stuart Papers

Stanford professor; adviser to US consul general in Morocco, 1945


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Morocco Archival Collections     Morocco Library Materials

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Hoover Poster Collection

African Pictorial Collection, Box 2, Hoover Institution Archives.