Finding aids to the collections described below are now available through the Online Archive of California.
C. Joy Turner papers, 1951–54
Turner, a vice admiral of the US Navy, was the senior United Nations delegate to the Korean Armistice Conference. His papers include diaries, notes, and photographs, relating to the Panmunjom negotiations to end the Korean War.
Crane Rosenbaum and Henry Maier collection, 1941–44
As secretaries of the Japanese Library Committee, which was established by the Civilian Public Service, Rosenbaum and Maier collected these clippings, state legislation, and bibliographies concerning the relocation of Japanese Americans in the United States during World War II.
Boris Ravdin collection, 1941–71
The collection consists of photocopies of selected documents from five criminal files held in the Archives of the State Security Committee (KGB) of the Latvian SSR. Ravdin, a writer, made the copies for his research.
Robert G. Wesson papers, 1936–91
The correspondence, writings, and memoranda in this collection relate to the Soviet political system, political and economic conditions in Latin America and other parts of the world, and the theory of evolution. Wesson, a US political scientist, was a senior research fellow at the Hoover Institution in the 1970s and 1980s.
George F. W. Young papers, 1845–1994
The papers of this North American historian include notes, correspondence, and photocopies of government documents, business records, and other printed matter he used as research material for his writings. They concern German business investments in Latin America before World Wars I and II.