Donald R. Heath Collection includes New Interwar Materials Donated to the Hoover Institution Library & Archives
Donald R. Heath was a White House correspondent for the United Press International before becoming a career diplomat in the U.S. Foreign Service from 1920 to 1961. New materials added to the Heath collection were recently featured in a bestselling historical nonfiction book.
Nuclear Arms Negotiator, Stanley Riveles—A New Acquisition At The Hoover Institution Library & Archives
New and Updated Finding Aids Now Available November 2022
Newly Cataloged Library Materials September-October 2022
Rising Young Scholars Present at the Second International Workshop on Japanese Diaspora
Scholars were welcomed to the Hoover Institution Library & Archives for the Japanese Diaspora Initiative’s second international workshop. Presenters shared their new research on Japanese global migration and discussed the Japanese diaspora from a transnational perspective.
Letters Of Princess Nina Chavchavadze, Descendant Of Russian Imperial Family—A New Acquisition At The Hoover Institution Library & Archives
The letters of Princess Nina Chavchavadze, daughter of Grand Duke Georgii Mikhailovich, join related Hoover Institution Library & Archives holdings that include correspondence and documents from her sister, Princess Kseniia, and her maternal grandmother, Queen Olga.
Chiang Kai-shek & Chiang Ching-kuo Diaries
The Hoover Institution has been helping preserve the handwritten diaries of Chiang Kai-shek and his son Chiang Ching-kuo since Chiang family members deposited them at Hoover in 2005.
Policies & Practices
We continue to advance Herbert Hoover’s mission by fulfilling our strategic priorities of acquiring important historical collections on war, revolution, and peace. Our collections deal in subjects that encompass a broad range of human experiences. Policies and practices are in place to ensure that materials are cared for and made available for their ongoing use. Learn more about collection donations, description, digitization, preservation practices, and potentially harmful language and visual materials.