Finding aids to the collections described below are now available through the Online Archive of California.
Hoover Institution Domestic Studies Program working papers, 1980–2001
These papers, which relate to research in economics and political science, were circulated for discussion by scholars at the Hoover Institution. Some are available on the Hoover Institution website at hoover.org/research/49405317.
Michal Múdry papers, 1939–99
Múdry was a Radio Free Europe scriptwriter and chief of the Czechoslovak desk from 1951 to 1974. The scripts, correspondence, and reports in his papers relate to RFE broadcasts to Czechoslovakia.
George Lincoln Rockwell speech, 1966
This speech by Rockwell, the leader of the American Nazi Party, was sponsored by the Open Minds Club of Brown University. The tape recording has been digitized; a use copy is available in the archives reading room.
Olin Glenn Saxon papers, 1907–64
This collection relates chiefly to Republican Party politics, especially the presidential campaigns of 1936 and 1940. Saxon, an economist, was a delegate to the Republican national convention in 1940. In addition to election campaign literature and memorabilia, the collection contains Saxon's correspondence and photographs.
Adam Wojciechowski papers, 1976–2009
Wojciechowski, a Polish Solidarność activist, assembled these bulletins, underground publications, and other printed matter to document political conditions in Poland and the activities of Solidarność.
Roman Zambrowski papers, 1948–77
The papers of this Polish communist leader relate to political conditions in Poland and to the Polska Zjednoczona Partia Robotnicza [Polish United Workers' Party]. Included are memoirs, diaries and other writings, and printed matter.