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Collection consists of U.S. State Department Passport File and an FBI file on American actor Burt Lancaster.
This rich collection contains Hanns Eisler's personal and business correspondence from his years in Southern California (1942-48). In addition the archive contains a few biographical documents and photographs. The collection also contains several recordings for films on records by Hanns Eisler.
This collection contains the papers of Irmgard Lenel, who was born in Germany in 1901 and who immigrated to the United States in 1937. She was a politically active socialist involved with groups like Women for Legislative Action and the Friends Committee on Legislation. Her papers include correspondence, photographs, legal papers, and some periodical publications.
The papers include personal and business correspondence, manuscripts and published articles, and personal documents and photographs, and pencil drawings dating from Heinrich Mann's years in France, 1933-1940 and Los Angeles, 1940-1950.
This collection contains papers of American actor Adolphe Menjou (1890-1963) chiefly related to his involvement in the anti-communist movement. Materials include clippings, magazines, pamphlets, and reprints dealing with the anti-communist movement in Hollywood and America from the late 1940s to early 1960s.
These papers document both the personal and professional life of Admiral William H. Standley (1872-1963), naval officer, United States government official and diplomat, and California civic leader.
The University of California loyalty oath collection consists of five pamphlets and one letter pertaining to the U.C. Berkeley loyalty oath controversy of 1949-1951. The collection documents anti-Communist movements in the early 1950s, their impact on higher education, and Ernst Kantorowicz's involvement in the University of California loyalty oath.