Special Collections holds rich and unique primary source materials to support research in Holocaust and Genocide Studies, as well as in Exile Studies.
We work closely with our colleagues at the USC Shoah Foundation and at the Shoah Foundation Institute for Advanced Genocide Research to pursue and acquire materials relevant for the research of our students, faculty, and visiting researchers.
Holocaust Survivors of the Jewish Community of Pest register
Anonymous Hungarian Jew Diary
Diary of a Nazi girl report
Das Gesundheitswesen der Stadt Warschau report
Major Alfred G. Wurmser collection of Nuremberg Trial documents
Hungarian anti-Semitic legal documents
World War II collection of maps and memorabilia
Theodore S. DeLay collection of Armed Forces Radio Service memorandums, reports, and other material
Political pamphlets collection
William C. Herbert papers
Japanese American relocation photographs
ONE Incorporated records
Esther Herbert and Marvyl Doyle papers and photographs
Dorothy C. Putnam and Lois Mercer papers