Scope and Content
Title: Sabin Manuila Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1893-1976
Collection number: 76102
Manuila, Sabin, 1894-1964
21 manuscript boxes, 2 oversize boxes
(9.6 linear feet)
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, speeches and writings, clippings, printed matter, and other material, relating to political
events in Romania, and Romanian anti-communist emigre movements.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Collection open for research.
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[Identification of item], Sabin Manuila Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.
Paris Peace Conference (1946)
Anti-communist movements--United States.
Civil rights--Europe, Eastern.
Romanians in foreign countries.
World War, 1939-1945.
World War, 1939-1945--Romania.
Romania--Politics and government.
Maniu, Iuliu, 1873-1953.
Sabin Manuila was born in Transilvania in 1894.
He was the director of the first Central Institute of Statistics of Romania, and member
of the Romanian Academy. He was also a member of the International Institute of
Sociology, member of various committees of the League of Nations, member of the
International Institute of Statistics, and vice-president of the Royal Society of
Heredity. A former Rockefeller Foundation fellow, he received financial support from this
foundation for the organization of the first demographic census of Romania. In 1948 he
established himself in New York and became politically involved. His work with the "Iuliu
Maniu" Foundation and the Romanian National Committee greatly supported Romanian
He worked for the Institute for Food Research of Stanford University, where he
contributed to the study
The Agricultural Economy of the Danubian Countries:
Later, he became the Counselor for the US Bureau of Census in
His studies, "The Population of Romania" (1937) and "The Structure of Evolution of the
Rural Population" are among the most famous Romanian demographic studies. Also, his paper
"Regional Development of the Jewish Population in Romania" is considered among the most
reliable statistical data regarding the Jewish population of Romania.
Scope and Content
This collection consists mainly of Sabin Manuila's correspondence with various Romanian
émigré associations and former politicians. Of special interest are the materials related
to Iuliu Maniu, found in the subject file, which include his correspondence with
important statesmen like I. Bratianu, I. Antonescu, and his original articles,
depositions, discourses, memoranda, declarations, writings, and speeches.