The Sayegh Collection, donated by Dr. Fayez A. Sayegh's widow, Mrs. Arlene Briem Sayegh to the J. Willard Marriott Library's Middle East Library, contains approximately 10,000 written works, of which at least 400-500 are of his correspondence and unpublished notations; several hundred tape recordings and films of his speeches and interviews; and his personal library of four to five thousand volumes. The collection focuses on the Arab-Israeli conflict as well as on topics of the theology of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism; international law; United States foreign policy; world history; and, philosophy. The four volume Fayez A. Sayegh register, consists of the individual listing of the materials contained in 405 boxes of manuscript materials and the hundreds of audio cassette tapes and video tapes. The Sayegh Collection is heavily used by scholars and students worldwide and is a major resource on the Arab-Israeli conflict and the politics of the modern Middle East. His early death in 1980, at the age of 58, was a tremendous loss not only to Palestine and the Middle East community, but to the intellectual world as a whole. The digital collection is a sampling of Dr. Fayez's written works.