Audiotapes documenting various activities at Stanford University and the Hoover Institution have been digitized by Hoover’s audio lab for preservation and access. They include the proceedings of the Far Western Slavic Conference, held at Stanford in 1959, which concerned the history, politics, foreign relations, economy society, and literature of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
Also available are several interviews, prepared for broadcast on the Voice of America in 1961 and 1965, in which W. Glenn Campbell, then director of the Hoover Institution, and several Hoover fellows discussed Chinese studies projects initiated by Hoover. The interviews are included in the United States Information Agency radio broadcasts.
To make an appointment to listen to any of the digitized sound recordings or to purchase copies, click on Audiovisual Services.