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Africa History: Primary and Secondary Sources in Special Collections: Morocco

This guide will help you find primary and secondary sources pertaining to African History. These sources are organized by country.

Primary Manuscript Sources Without Online Finding Aids.

Larry J. Hopkins Collection, 1979-1993. Politician and Member of Congress. A U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served during the Korean conflict era, Hopkins (1933- ) was born in Detroit, Michigan. His family moved to Wingo, Kentucky when he was very young, and after graduating from high school and marrying he moved to Lexington, Kentucky. First elected County Clerk in Fayette County, he eventually served in the Kentucky House of Representatives (1972-76) and the state Senate (1976-1978). He defeated the Democratic incumbent, John B. Breckinridge, for Kentucky's Sixth Congressional seat in 1979 and served in the U.S. House of Representatives until 1993. He ran an unsuccessful campaign for governor against the Democrat, Brereton C. Jones, in 1992. This collection consists of the papers of his Washington, D.C. and Sixth District offices. In Congress, Hopkins served on the Agriculture Committee and the House Armed Services Committee, including the Research and Development Subcommittee and the Investigations Subcommittee. He served on the Armed Services Committee during the investigation of the bombing of the Marine Corps Barracks in Beirut, Lebanon in 1983, and also during the Persian Gulf War (1990-1991). For Morocco, see Boxes 189 and 409. (Accession #1997MS100)

Morocco: Oral Histories in Special Collections. Click On Links To Access Interviews.

Non-Circulating Published Primary and Secondary Sources in Special Collections Pertaining to Morocco.

Not a comprehensive list. For non-Special Collections Library book titles, search the InfoKat Discovery.