Each article on Ethiopia from the Thomas Kane Pamphlet Collection is identified by a specific number. Within this subject, the articles and pamphlets are organized alphabetically by the author's name. Researchers should submit a call slip with the specific subject and the number assigned. The researcher is advised to take advantage of the alphabetical arrangement of the authors of the pamphlets. Because the pamphlets are kept in a folder with all of the information about the title of the article, name of author and the subject as well as the number assigned to it, please return the article inside the correct folder after each use.
|1||Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt||Egypt News||16 August 1976||1 page|
|2||Hoagland, Jim||Shaping an African Literature||The Washington Post||16 July 1972||1 page|
|3||Khalilzad, Zalmay||The Strategic Significance of South Asia||Current History Vol.81 No. 475||May 1982||7 pages|
|4||USSR Embassy in Addis Ababa||Soviet News Bulletin||28 September 1976||1 page|
|5||Amharic Literature (Thomas Kane Notes)||Guide Book of Ethiopia||Pg. 406-416 + 3 pages|
|6||Schweize Entwicklungsprojekte in Aethiopien||Rene Biirdjer Beitung||October 1983||1 page|