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Citizen Diplomacy Archives of Bob Swan

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Call Number: RH MS 1393
Overview From the early 1980s through the 2000s, Bob Swan organized several major United States-Soviet initiatives to improve relations between the two nations and their citizens. This collection consists of manuscript material, publications, audio-visual materials, and objects related to Swan's initiatives and to his interest in the culture and history of the countries that made up the Soviet Union.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1960-2007 ( 1982-2001)

Personal papers of Andrew Debicki

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Call Number: PP 441
Overview Andrew Debicki was a Professor of Spanish at the University of Kansas from 1968-2005, during which time he also held multiple administrative positions. This collection contains material reflecting his activities as teacher, administrator, and author and expert in the field of modern Spanish and Latin-American poetry.
Dates: 1968 - 2005

Richard Rhodes papers

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Call Number: RH MS 1134
Overview Richard Rhodes, born in Kansas City, Kansas, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose many books and articles reflect his wide ranging subject interests. In these papers are manuscripts of his writings, copies of his many published works, related correspondence, some personal material and photographs, and the author's extensive research files, containing more than one hundred audio tapes of interviews that he conducted.
Dates: 1938 - 2011

Sol Stolowy papers

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Call Number: RH MS 412
Overview Sol Stolowy, a emigrant from Poland, worked as a Kansas City Garment Company tailor beginning in the late 1920s, ending as the owner of the Company and overseeing its closing in 1982. This collection includes a volume of pen sketches of garment designs, photographs, newspaper clippings and correspondence.
Dates: 1920 - 1984

Wasserbaue im K├Ânigreich Galizien

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Call Number: MS 113
Overview This collection consists of maps with accompanying information regarding the improvement of waterworks for the province of Galicia, Poland. (Galicia is presently divided among Poland, the Ukraine, and Romania; in 1822, it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.) There are 147 items, each in a folder. Most consist of a colored map of a couple of miles of waterway, indicating proposed channels, embankments, canals, etc., and a thin sheet of paper which formerly wrapped the map, giving brief...
Dates: 1804-1823; bulk 1818-1822