Finding aids to the collections described below are now available through the Online Archive of California.
Ginetta Sagan papers, 1944–2006
The papers of this American human rights advocate concern civil liberties, political prisoners, and refugees, especially in Vietnam and Cambodia. In addition to Sagan’s memoirs, correspondence, and other papers, the collection includes records of the Aurora Foundation, Amnesty International, and Humanitas.
Dimitriĭ Petrovich Pershin papers, 1914–50
The papers of this historian, novelist, and White Russian diplomat in Mongolia contain correspondence, diaries, and clippings relating to White Russian and Soviet activities in Mongolia during the Russian Revolution and the Russian émigré population during the Russian Civil War and afterward.
Benjamin A. Rogge papers, 1946–80
An American economist, Rogge’s speeches and writings, correspondence, and printed matter pertain to laissez-faire economics and to economic conditions and higher education in the United States.
Russian independent trade union publications collection, 1987–99
This printed matter, issued by independent trade unions in Russia, relates to the labor movement in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia.
William Roscoe Kintner papers, 1947–85
Kintner’s correspondence, writings, and printed matter relate to world politics and US foreign and military policy. An American political scientist, Kintner served as director and president of the Foreign Policy Research Institute from the 1960s to the 1980s.
Daniel Edward Griffiths papers, 1954–90
The writings, correspondence, and printed matter of Griffiths, an American educator who served several decades as the dean of the School of Education at New York University, relate to the theory and practice of education in the United States.