Manuscript Collections - Mark Hatfield Herbert Hoover Collection

2022

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MARK HATFIELD HERBERT HOOVER COLLECTION, 1941-2005
5 linear inches (1 manuscript box)
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

This collection contains essays and correspondence relating to the project: Herbert Hoover Reassessed. The essays were printed in the Congressional Record in 1979 and 1980. The collection also includes other materials about Hoover collected by Hatfield.

FOLDER LIST

Box Contents

1

Mark Hatfield

Biographical Information, 2005
Geologic Atlas of the United States Pyramid Peak Folio, California. Compiled by Herbert C. Hoover. Forward by Hatfield, 1979
Herbert Hoover or Why My Staff Thinks I am Crazy, Congressional Record,June 8, 1988
Hoover Correspondence collected by Hatfield, 1941, 1963, 1978
Mark’s Bookmark – newspaper columns pertaining to Presidents, undated
Speech about Hoover and conservation at dedication of Herbert Hoover Building in Newberg, Oregon, 1977
Speech about Hoover and His Political Legacy at Hoover Institution Board of Overseers, 1983
Herbert Hoover Reassessed, 1979

Arnold, Peri E., 1979
Best, Gary Dean, 1979
Bornet, Vaughn D., 1979
Brandes, Joseph
Burns, Arthur F.
Campbell, W. Glenn
Christol, Carl
DeConde, Alexander – Herbert Hoover and Foreign Policy: A Retrospective Assessment, 1979
Degler, Carl K.
Ely, Northcutt
Fausold, Martin L.
Flemming, Arthur S.
Freidel, Frank, Jr.
Friedman, Milton
Graff, Henry
Green, Justin J.
Hawley, Ellis W.
Hazlitt, Henry
Himmelberg, Robert F. President Hoover, Organized Business, and the Antitrust Laws: A Study in Hooverian Ideology and Policy
Howard, Jack R.
Karl, Barry D.
Kearney, James R.
Koerselman, Gary H. The Significance of Herbert Hoover
Lambert, Darwin
Lerski, George J.
Link, Arthur S.
Lisio, Donald J.
Lyons.  Eugene
McCoy, Donald R.
Mazuzan, George T.
Nash, George H.
O'Brien, Francis W.
Olson, James S.
Rhodes, Benjamin D.
Romasco, Albert U.
Schmidhauser, John R.
Smith, Gene
Sterling, J. E. Wallace
Toledano, Ralph de
Tribus, Myron
Weissman, Benjamin M.
Williams, William A.
Wilson, Joan Hoff
Zieger, Robert H.