Hoover’s archival collections and library holdings contain information on US domestic and foreign business enterprises and investments and economic and commercial relationships in a number of key areas and industries, including agriculture, natural resources, manufacturing, and military and defense sectors. The materials also address challenges in global trade during periods of conflict and cooperation.
HERBERT HOOVER SUBJECT COLLECTION: Secretary of commerce, 1921–28; US president, 1928–33
HOWARD REX COTTAM PAPERS: US diplomat
A. DANIEL O’NEAL PAPERS: Chairman, US Interstate Commerce Commission, 1973–79
WINIFRED ARMSTRONG PAPERS: Economist, American Metals Climax, 1966–75
J. B. CONDLIFFE PAPERS: US economist; member, Economic Intelligence Service, 1931–37M
JULEAN HERBERT ARNOLD PAPERS: Founder, American Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai
ALONZO BLAND CALDER PAPERS: US consular officer, concerned with trade relations with the Soviet Union, China, Egypt, and Malaya
JAMES C. MILLER PAPERS: Chairman, US Federal Trade Commission
BION SAMUEL GREGORY PAPERS: US businessman in Mexico
ANTONY C. SUTTON PAPERS: US-British political scientist and historian
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