Finding aids to the collections described below are now available through the Online Archive of California.
James J. Halsema papers, 1942–95
A transcript of Halsema's diary and other writings concern the Japanese internment camps in the Philippines, where he was held as a US civilian during World War II.
William J. Niederpruem papers, 1917–51
Niederpruem was a US Army officer who served in both world wars. His collection of orders, reports, pamphlets, and other printed matter relates to the activities of the American Expeditionary Forces, military operations in World War II, and the postwar occupation of Japan.
Committee for a Community of Democracies—USA records, 1979–92
The correspondence, memoranda, minutes, and reports of this private, nonprofit organization concern its efforts to promote international cooperation.
William John Fellner papers, 1972–84
This collection of correspondence and reports relates to economic conditions and governmental economic policy in the United States and laissez-faire economic theory, particularly questions of unemployment, inflation, and monetary policy. Fellner, an economist, served on the Council of Economic Advisers in the 1970s.
Elisabeth Burgos-Debray papers, 1967–2007
A newly described increment of sound recordings includes interviews by Burgos-Debray, a journalist, concerning revolutionary movements and political conditions in Latin America. Among the interviewees are former participants in guerrilla warfare in Venezuela, Guatemala, Colombia, and Peru, as well as several survivors of Che Guevara’s rebel army in Bolivia. Also included are interviews with former military officials involved in campaigns against those same guerrilla movements.