Finding aids to the collections described below are now available through the Online Archive of California.
Diana Mitchell papers, 1953–2005
This collection documents Mitchell's activities as a social and political activist, journalist, educator, and consultant in her native Zimbabwe. It contains correspondence, writings, minutes, and printed matter concerning political, social and economic conditions in the country.
Eesti NSV Riikliku Julgeoleku Komitee records, 1940–91
These digital copies of correspondence, reports, and investigative files of the Estonian KGB relate to secret police and intelligence activities, as well as dissident and anti-Soviet activities, and repatriation and nationalism issues in Estonia.
Manuel Rafael Giberga Angulo papers, 1943–90
Giberga Angulo, a Cuban American economist, acted as the Nixon administration's liaison to the Cuban American community and enlisted Cuban American support for the Republican Party. The correspondence, reports, and printed matter in his collection relate to Cuban refugees, Cuban exile organizations opposed to the government of Fidel Castro, and Cuban American community life, especially in Florida.
Kenneth R. Hansen papers, 1948–82
The correspondence, memos, and other papers of this American economist concern the economic development of developing countries, technology transfer to developing countries, and US trade with and investment in developing countries. Hansen was the assistant director of the Bureau of the Budget in the early 1960s and a consultant for development projects in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
Robert Ezra McCann papers, ca. 1900–1961
McCann, a US businessman, was arrested by the Chinese authorities in 1951 and charged with espionage in 1956. The correspondence in this collection relates to his detainment and US business interests in China. The collection also includes photographs of Beijing in the early twentieth century.