Finding aids to the collections described below are now available through the Online Archive of California.
Melita Norwood papers, 1903–2003
Melita Norwood was a Soviet spy in England for nearly forty years. Her letters, notes, printed matter, and photographs relate to espionage involving British nuclear research, the communist movement in Great Britain, and family matters.
Siegfried Oppenheim papers, 1934–52
Oppenheim’s correspondence, orders, and photographs relate to US military operations in China in the late 1940s. As a master sergeant in the US Army, Oppenheim was assigned to the Office of Strategic Services in China.
Psychological Warfare Division propaganda, 1942–45
These propaganda leaflets were created by the US Office of War Information for distribution in Europe and in the China-Burma-India theater during World War II.
War Relocation Authority miscellaneous issuances, 1942–46
The US War Relocation Authority relocated and interned people of Japanese ancestry living in western states during World War II. Its statistical reports, press summaries, and camp bulletins relate to the removal and supervision of the internees.
Walter Tittle portraits, 1922
Tittle, an American artist, drew these portraits of American, British, Japanese, French, Italian, Belgian, and Chinese delegates to the Washington Conference on the Limitation of Armament, 1921–22.
William Van Til papers, 1928–97
The correspondence and writings of this US educator relate to progressive education, desegregation and intercultural education, secondary schools, and teacher training.