Files acquired with Roland D. Hussey's book collection; includes research and analysis reports from the Office of Strategic
Services during WWII.
Roland Dennis Hussey (1887-1959) was born in Massachusetts, received his M.A. in history from Harvard University and his Ph.D.
in history from UCLA. He was a longtime faculty member of the History Department at UCLA, ca. 1930-1954. His field was Latin
American history. During World War II and the postwar years of 1942-1947, Hussey served the U.S. Department of State as Assistant
Chief of the Office of American Republic Affairs, and as Divisional Chief of the Office of Intelligence. He was author of
works such as The Caracas Company, 1728-1784 (1934) and co-editor/translator of the Documents on Inter-American Cooperation: 1810-1948, 2 vols. (1955). Hussey also was director for many years of the program to produce the multi-volume Handbook of Latin-American Studies, and was editor of and frequent contributor to the Hispanic-American Historical Review.
.2 linear feet
(1 half-size document box)
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