This month the Hoover Institution Library & Archives has published five finding aids. These collections include materials related to United States foreign relations and military policy in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq; Soviet history; refugees; election monitoring; and television and politics. Links to the finding aids will take you to the Online Archive of California.
Arthur Hamilton papers
Arthur Hamilton was an American Red Cross representative in Russia during the revolution and civil war. The 3-box collection primarily contains photographs of Siberia during the Russian Civil War.
Svetlana Monastyrskaia papers
Svetlana Monasytrskaia (born 1920) was the daughter of Viktor Stepanovich Taritsyn (1894-1975), a Russian imperial cavalry officer. The 6-box collection consists of photographs, identification documents, and genealogical records regarding displaced persons camps in Germany following the Second World War.
Brooks Korean War photographs
This 1-box collection is composed of a photograph album compiled by a member of the US Army 519th Battalion. Photographs depict operations and daily life of the 519th Military Police Battalion in Korea, including prisoners of war unloading from trucks and African American servicemen.
Dan Caldwell papers
Dr. Dan Caldwell is a distinguished Professor of Political Science at Pepperdine University's Seaver College and chairperson of the Committee on Student Veterans. His papers contain notes, manuscript drafts, and research materials related to U.S. foreign policy in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan.
Iain and Elisabeth Elliot papers
Iain Elliot was director of Radio Liberty, and Elisabeth Robson-Elliot was the former Head of the BBC Russian Service. Their papers include VHS tapes of Soviet and post-Soviet TV news, including many of NTV, the first Russian independent TV station. The collection also includes documents related to election monitoring.