3. Resources in the Rest of the World
Collection of medieval manuscripts of the Czech Reformation is an artificially created collection of works of the key priests and lay-preachers, which inspired the process of the Czech Reformation. The most important of those was Jan Hus. The collection contains tracts and sermons outlining the main concerns of the Reformation movement.
University of Toronto owns collections of the Charter 77 documents, documents on Czechoslovak history, the Jazz Section collection, a collection of privately-issued typewritten samizdat works of the Petlice publishing house, audio and video recordings of interviews with Czech and Slovak leaders and the Josef Škvorecký collection.
Indiana University. The Czech collection contains long runs of journals, (Naše řec, 1917-1996; Slovo a slovesnost, 1935-1996; Lumír, 1851-1940) and Czech and Slovak collections of émigré books and journals.
Hoover Institution Stanford University. The Czech and Slovak collections are focused on the World War I period, Czechs and Slovaks at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919, the first Czechoslovak Republic, World War II and German occupation and post-World War II and socialist Czechoslovakia. It includes important documents on human rights, Charter 77, and other dissident publications.