Finding Aids Posted Online

Tuesday, November 6, 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.

Bruce Walker papers, 1958–2011
Walker was a case officer for the Central Intelligence Agency whose writings, printed matter, photographs, and videotapes relate to CIA programs set up to train Tibetan guerrillas.

James Benjamin Webster papers, 1903–2007
Documenting Webster's work and life as a Christian missionary in China, the collection contains diaries, correspondence, writings, and printed matter, as well as photographs that depict the Webster family and other missionary families in China, students and instructors at Shanghai College, and scenery from Webster's travels in the country.

Keith E. Eiler papers, 1880–2003
This collection of correspondence, notes, printed matter, and photographs concerns General Albert C. Wedemeyer, commander of US forces in China during World War II. Eiler assembled it as research material for Wedemeyer on War and Peace (Stanford, 1987), which he edited, and for his unpublished biography of Wedemeyer.

Paul LeRoy Jones papers, 1928–94
Jones was a transport and public relations officer in the China-Burma-India theater of World War II and a participant in the Burma walkout. His papers contain a diary, printed matter, and photographs relating to General Joseph W. Stilwell and Allied military activities in Asia during the war.

Polish Grey Samaritans records, 1918–65
This organization of Polish American women relief workers was active in Poland at the end of World War I. Its correspondence, reports, and photographs, supplemented by memoirs of individual workers, relate to conditions and relief activities in the country after the war.

Arthur Kemp papers, 1918–59
Kemp, an American economist, served as editorial and research assistant to Herbert Hoover from 1943 to 1953, when he was involved in what was eventually published as Freedom Betrayed: Herbert Hoover's Secret History of the Second World War and Its Aftermath, edited and with an introduction by George H. Nash (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 2011). His papers contain correspondence, writings, notes, and printed matter relating to Hoover, World War II, international relief and reconstruction, and communism.

Ultimate Weapon videotapes, 2001
This raw video footage of interviews with government officials and scientists relates to the US decision to develop the hydrogen bomb. It was created for a television program produced by the History Channel.

Nell Eurich papers, 1941–99
This collection of correspondence, writings, and printed matter relates to international and comparative education, higher education in the United States, adult education and literacy, career and job training, and corporate involvement in education. Eurich was an American educator and consultant.