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Register of the Liberian Subject Collection, 1866-2001
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Series Description

Boxes 1-2.

SUBJECT FILE, 1956-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Bulletins, communiques, correspondence, leaflets, magazines, pamphlets, printed matter, serial issues, statements and statutes relating to the economic, political and social conditions in Liberia
Tape cabinet

AUDIO-VISUAL FILE, 1980-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Two videocassette tapes

Container List

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1956-1995

Box 1

General

 

General

 

Bong Crier

 

Harvest, The

 

New Vision

 

Palm

 

People, The

 

Sunday People, The

 

X-RAY

 

Agriculture

 

Economics

 

General

 

Economic Community of West African States. Includes letter from Jimmy Carter

 

Investment

 

Education

 

General

 

University of Liberia

 

Foreign relations

 

Nigeria

 

United States

 

Health

 

Human rights

 

Media

 

Opposition

 

General

 

Movement for Justice in Africa (MOJA)

Box 2

Politics and government

 

General

 

Association for Constitutional Democracy in Liberia

 

Coup, 12 April 1980

 

Doe, President Dr. Samuel Kanyon

 

Free Democratic Party

 

Greene, Vice President James Edward

 

Interim Government of National Unity

 

Ministry of Labor

 

Women

 

AUDIO-VISUAL FILE, 1980-1990

tape-cabinet Tape cabinet

Videocassette tapes

 

"Liberia: The Doe Era, 1980-1990": 1980 execution; 1985 November 12 invasion; 1990 June 13 interview with Charles Taylor, Samuel Doe, Bull, Cooper and Cohen; 1990 September 9 capture of Doe by Prince Johnson; and 1990 November 1 raw footage of Liberia

 

"Liberia: A Friend in Need," 1990 November and Samuel K. Doe's interrogation, 1990 September

Box: 3-13 :

Incremental Materials

Scope and Content Note

This addition to the collection has not yet been described. Please let the Hoover Institution Archives know if you would like to see this material described.