La. Tech American Foreigh Policy Center
Special Collections and Archives

Established by the Department of History and Prescott Memorial Library at Louisiana Tech University in 1989, the American Foreign Policy Center was created to help facilitate the study of the history of American diplomacy and foreign policy, to generate research publications utilizing its holdings, and sponsor lecture series, periodic conferences and colloquia. Because of the nature of its holdings in primary research materials, the Center is unique in this region of the United States and helps fill for scholars a long-standing void. As the United States continue to be intimately connected to political, economic, social and cultural occurrences throughout the world, an understanding of the development and history of American foreign policy is vital.

The following titles of microform collections are available for research purposes in the American Foreign Policy Center. For more complete bibliographical information regarding each of these microform collections, please consult the Library's catalog or contact:

Peggy Carter
Special Collections, Manuscripts and Archives Department
American Foreign Policy Center
Prescott Memorial Library
Louisiana Tech University
Ruston, LA 71272-0046

John Moors Cabot

Missionaries in China/Missionary Periodicals

State Department Files

National Security Council Documents

Presidential Papers

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