Wayne S. Cole research collection, 1946-1994.


Wayne S. Cole research collection, 1946-1994.

Correspondence with professional associates; correspondence relating to Cole's books, articles, and papers presented at professional meetings; correspondence relating to the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR); and Cole's research materials (1947-1982) used as the bases for his books and articles relating to American isolationism and isolationists including typed notes, printed primary sources and photocopies of documents, microfilm, audio tapes of speeches, published books, and reprints of scholarly articles.

11 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 8061931

Herbert Hoover Library

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