Finding aids to the collections described below are now available through the Online Archive of California.
The papers of this American diplomat include speeches, correspondence, dispatches, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter relating to U.S. foreign policy in East Asia, especially as it affected China, Korea, and Japan. Other subjects covered are U.S. relations with Indonesia and Australia, the Vietnam War, international population problems, and the U.S. government’s population policy.
These drawings, by an American artist using the name Copain, depict world leaders and revolutionaries for the journal Intercontinental Press.
The correspondence, memoranda, reports, interview summaries, printed matter, and photographs of Loft, an American Friends Service Committee representative working in the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, relate to housing in Zambia; international development projects in Africa; and political and social conditions in Zambia, Zimbabwe, and elsewhere in Africa.
A major in the Yugoslav air force, Ristić’s correspondence and writings relate primarily to Yugoslav military operations and diplomacy during World War II and to postwar Yugoslav émigré affairs. The collection also includes postwar correspondence between D. T. Simovi and Winston Churchill and a book-length study by D. N. Ristić relating to Nadezhda Krupskaya and V. I. Lenin.
The correspondence, writings, printed matter, and photographs of Zhernakov, a Russian émigré scholar in Manchuria, Australia, and the United States, relate to the society, culture, and natural history of Manchuria and to Russian émigré affairs.