Finding Aids Posted Online

Friday, November 15, 2013
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Finding aids to the collections described below are now available through the Online Archive of California.

William Martin notes, 1915–33
As the Paris correspondent of the Journal de Genève, Martin interviewed European diplomats and statesmen concerning European and world military, political, and diplomatic events during and after World War I. His notes contain summaries of those interviews.

Constantine M. Panunzio papers, 1921–45
This collection relates to the Mussolini dictatorship and the aftermath of fascist rule in Italy. Panunzio was an Italian American sociologist with a keen interest in political developments in his native country, as reflected in his writings and printed matter.

Polish American Congress records, 1971–2010
The records of this federation of Polish American organizations in the United States concern Polish Americans, conditions in Poland, official and unofficial relations between the United States and Poland, and grants and charitable aid to Poland. The collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, reports, and audiovisual material.

James Robert Huntley papers, 1949–2010
Huntley, a US international affairs scholar, was executive secretary and director of the Atlantic Institute in the 1960s and president of the Atlantic Council of the United States in the 1980s. His diaries, correspondence, and other writings relate to political, economic, and cultural relations among Atlantic-community countries and Japan and private promotion of international cooperation, education, and environmental protection.

Lewis H. Gann and Peter Duignan papers, 1911-2002
More descriptive information has been added to the finding aid for this collection, which documents the work and collaborative writings of these two Hoover fellows and scholars of Africa. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, and research materials related to colonialism in Africa, the history of Northern and Southern Rhodesia (Zambia and Zimbabwe), the Rhodesian administrator Godfrey Huggins, aspects of the history of various African countries, the history of Spanish speakers in the United States, and the post–World War II Atlantic community.