MICROFILM (Master printing copy. Available for reproduction only.)
Researchers are encouraged to consult Princeton University Library's Finding Aids Site at http://diglib.princeton.edu/ead/, as well as the Guide to the Princeton University Latin American Microfilm Collections and its supplements.
Additional material related to the subjects addressed in this collection may also be found in the following collections: Civil war, society and political transition in Guatemala: the Guatemala News and Information Bureau Archive, 1963-2000 • Human rights in Nicaragua: pamphlets • Human rights in Nicaragua, II: pamphlets • Publications of the Comisión Permanente de Derechos Humanos de Nicaragua, 1979-1990 • Nicaraguan human rights: publications distributed by Comisión Nacional de Promoción y Protección de los Derechos Humanos, 1981-1983 • Women in Central America, I, 1960-2004
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