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)

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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

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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)

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