Russel H.S. Stolfi Collection finding aid
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This collection was donated to the Special Collections and Archives (SCA) section of the Naval Postgraduate School’s (NPS) Dudley Knox Library (DKL) in 2012. The collection contains the documents, books, and assorted research materials of Professor Russel H.S. Stolfi.
Russel H.S. Stolfi (1932-2012) was a Naval Postgraduate School professor emeritus and a colonel in the Marine Corps Reserve. He received a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University in 1954, then served as an officer in the Marine Corps until 1963, when he transferred to the Marine Corps Reserve. He returned to Stanford, earned a master’s degree in modern European history in 1964, and then earned his Ph.D. in modern European history in 1966. After graduating, he joined the Naval Postgraduate School’s Department of National Security Affairs, where he spent the remainder of his academic career. During his time at NPS, he returned to active duty in the Marine Corps Reserve in 1967, 1973-1974, and 1990.
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