Hoover Library & Archives Unveils Un-Presidented: Watergate and Power in America
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives has unveiled Un-Presidented: Watergate and Power in America, a new exhibition that illustrates the historic Watergate scandal from the perspectives of those who uncovered, investigated, and prosecuted it, leading to the first-ever resignation of an American president. The exhibition is on display in the Lou Henry Hoover Gallery in Hoover Tower at Stanford University through Sunday, August 11.
Hoover Acquires Personal Papers Of Xu Wenli
The personal papers of prominent Chinese political activist and dissident Xu Wenli have been acquired by the Hoover Institution Library & Archives.
Nikolai Bazili's Memoirs Published In Russian
A new translation of Nikolai Bazili's memoirs provides greater access and understanding to scholars studying the end of Imperial Russia and the Russian diaspora.
Frida Documentary At Sundance Features Rare Archival Footage
Hoover materials included in the new documentary Frida which premiers at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival.
New Supreme Court Materials Now Available To Researchers
Over a hundred more boxes from the William H. Rehnquist papers are now open to researchers in the Library & Archives Reading Room.
Newly Cataloged Materials December 2023
From mysterious invisible ink recipes to personal life stories from the current Russia-Ukraine conflict, these newly cataloged library materials will spark your curiosity.
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.
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