Welcome to Suffolk University's Moakley Archive and Institute Digital Collections. The documents, photographs, oral histories, exhibits, and educational tools presented here explore a variety of topics and time periods including: U.S. Congress, especially the life and career of Congressman Joe Moakley; women in the French Resistance; Eugene O'Neill; the early history of radio; El Salvador's civil war; and the history of Suffolk University.

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Oral history interview with Leonel Gomez (OH-021, transcript)


Leonel Gomez, who was born in El Salvador, discusses Congressman John Joseph Moakley’s involvement in El Salvador. His interviews covers what it…

A group of Salvadoran campesinos rest on a path during El Salvador's civil war, 1982


This group of men, women and children were photographed by photographer and activist Jim Harney who captured scenes of El Salvador's civil war.

Femmes: 30 Notable Contemporary French Women: transcript of interview with Jacqueline de Romilly (English)


Draft transcript, with edits, of an interview with Jacqueline de Romilly conducted by Margaret Collins Weitz as part of Weitz's photo-essay project,…