Michigan State University - University Archives and Historical Collections
The papers of Stanley Andrews consist of reports about U.S. International Cooperation Administration programs in South Vietnam, Ethiopia, Jordan, Pakistan, Taiwan, Philippines, and Thailand
New York State Historical Documents
These records, ca. 1948-1954, are primarily from the United Nations Conciliation Commission's (UNCCP) Land Identification Project. Its task was to create a record of individual Arab land holdings in Israel which would serve as basis for verifying individual claims of ownership and their valuation for purposes of compensation. Included are an index of land owners names by sub-district, village or town, and owner name; files containing various forms containing information assembled by the project such as location and description of land, names of owners, encumbrances (mortgages, leases, etc.), taxation category, and valuation. Other data is also included about rural and urban land-holdings in the sub-districts of Acre, Beersheba, Beisan, Gaza, Haifa, Hebron, Jaffa, Jenin, Nablus, Nazareth, Ramallah, Ramle, Safad, and Tulkarm. Also included are microfilms of Turkish land registers, and registers of titles and deeds, ca. 1869-1948; and miscellaneous tally sheets, working papers, and ... Read More
University of New England - Jack S. Ketchum Library
This collection includes files documenting Huston's professional life, beginning with her journalism work with Time/Life in Algeria until her final work on the Global Family Project in the late 1990s. Included are research notes, interview transcripts, drafts of her writing projects, correspondence from throughout her career, and material on organizations and conferences she was involved with. Also included are clippings of published articles by and about Huston which she collected. Correspondence can be found both in Series 2: Correspondence, as well as interfiled throughout the collection with Huston's working records
Cornell University Libraries
Photographs, clippings, cartoons, visual records, awards, plaques and other ephemera relating to the political career of William P. Rogers as U.S. Attorney General and U.S. Secretary of State. The bulk of the collection relates to the international travels of the Rogers as they met with world leaders in Afghanistan, Argentina, Brazil, China, Hungary, Iran, Japan, Jordan, Mexico, Peru, and the Philippines
University of South Carolina
University professor Kevin Lewis describes travel and educational experiences during five months in Jordan with his wife, Becky Wingard Lewis, who received a Fulbright fellowship to serve as senior lecturer; the Arabic word "wasta" refers to "a man without influence, without clout: a powerless man.".
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Yale University
The records consist primarily of instructions to and despatches from U.S. diplomatic and consular staff regarding internal conditions and events in Jordan
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services