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Period 1921-1959
The collection consists of photographs and negatives of the personal life, working life and of protest marches in several countries
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Series of glass sheets (possibly autochromes) on occupational safety and working conditions in the USSR.
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Period 1990
A collection of slides of the ANC refugee settlement Mazimbu in Tanzania by Dutch photographer Hans Serrarens, Spring 1990.
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Andre Gunder Frank (Berlin1929 - Luxembourg 2005); economic historian and sociologist ; left Germany with his parents to escape the Nazi regime and eventually arrived in the USA in 1941. He worked at universities in North America, Latin America, and in Europe. He wrote numerous books, articles a...
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Period 1970-2000
5895 photographs on Southern Africa, mostly taken between 1970 and 2000, from the collections of the Dutch Anti-Apartheid Movement (AABN), the Institute for Southern Africa (IZA) and the Netherlands institute for Southern Africa (NiZA).
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Collection of ca. 800 United Statesian periodicals from the period 1955-2002.
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Collection of booklets, brochures, reports from social movements, NGOs (and some government offices) on social issues in Thailand, covering the period 1980-2016.
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Period 1906-1986
Personal papers: correspondence 1906, 1920-1986, with Fenner Brockway 1968-1986, Doris Lessing 1976-1986, Sinclair Lewis n.d, Ottoline Morrell 1934, A. Sutherland Neill 1932-1944, George Bernard Shaw 1923-1950, G.P. Wells 1930-1935, H.G. Wells 1924-1936 and others; correspondence with family members...
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Period 1919-1960
Letters received from some 80 correspondents, including Iraklij Tsereteli (c. 100 letters, also typed copies) 1919-1955, Rafail Abramovič 1937-1958, Pavel Aksel'rod 1925-1928, Noj Žordanija 1919-1928, Boris Nikolaevskij 1935-1965, Aleksandr Potresov (also typed copies) 1927-1930, Karl und Luise Kaut...
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