Finding Aids Posted Online

Thursday, September 13, 2012
New Finding Aids Posted Online
New Finding Aids Posted Online

Finding aids to the collections described below are now available through the Online Archive of California.

Ed Clark papers, 1977–88
As the Libertarian Party’s candidate for president of the United States in 1980, Clark’s correspondence, speeches and writings, printed matter, and audiovisual material relate to Libertarian Party electoral activity, especially during the 1980 presidential election.

Thomas Dickinson history, undated
This history of the American Relief Administration (ARA) includes both typescript and galley proofs. Dickinson was employed by the ARA as a historian from 1919 to 1922.

Misty Church collection, 1951–88
The collection of Misty Church, a research assistant in the Reagan White House, relates to Ronald Reagan, the presidential election of 1980, and the transition to the Reagan administration. It contains printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia.

Ed Zschau papers, 1982–87
This collection of correspondence, printed matter, and video recordings concerns congressional election campaigns and national political issues, particularly administering the export of high-technology products. Zschau served as a US representative from California in the mid-1980s.

William John Green papers, 1911–82
Green, an American agronomist, was an administrator for US and UN agencies supporting agriculture around the world. His correspondence, reports, and printed matter relate to US Farm Security Administration aid to tenant farmers and to agricultural assistance to Guam, China, Peru, Burma, Bolivia, and Taiwan.

US Army European Command Historical Division typescripts, 1945–54
These studies focus on German military operations in Europe, on the Eastern front, and in the Mediterranean theater during World War II. They were prepared by former officers in the German army for the US Army Historical Division.

Agencia Interamericana de Prensa Económica articles, 1991–2010
This Spanish-language press agency, based in Boca Raton, Florida, was managed by Venezuelan American journalist Carlos A. Ball. Its articles relate to political and economic conditions in Latin America, especially free-market reforms in Latin America.

Alfonso Robelo C. papers, 1978–90
The correspondence and printed matter of this Nicaraguan junta member and leader of anti-Sandinista resistance movements concern the Nicaraguan revolution of 1979, political and human rights conditions in Nicaragua under the Sandinista government, activities of anti-Sandinista Nicaraguan resistance organizations, relations between those organizations and the US government, the contra guerrilla war in Nicaragua, negotiations to end the war, and the Nicaraguan election of 1990.