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BOX 160-178 Subject File, 1904-1947
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, and printed matter.
Alphabetically arranged by subject.
BOX 160 Alien Enemy Voting Bill, 1918-1919
American Commission, Berlin, 1920
American Communications Association, 1937-1943
Article by A. H. Putner, “Slavs of Austria-Hungary,” 1918
Bar associations
Missouri, 1914
St. Louis, Mo., 1913-1915
Bonsal peace diary, 1919
BOX 161 China consortium, 1920-1921
China trade treaty, 1922
Conference on Limitations of Armament, 1921-1922
Disarmament Conference, 1933
East Side Water Co., 1914-1915
Eleventh Constitutional Amendment, Missouri, 1910
Four power treaty, 1922
Miscellaneous reports, essays, and memoranda, Europe, 1918
German peace treaty, 1919
Germany, 1933
Hoover, Herbert, 1928
BOX 162 Insurance, circa 1915
International Labor Conference, 1919
Investments
1913-1940
BOX 163 1912-1940
Italy (memoranda), 1933
Korean manifesto, 19?
League of Nations, 1919-1920
BOX 164 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation, 1925-1946
BOX 165-168 Missouri Code Commission, 1914
BOX 169 Political campaigns
1908-1916
BOX 170 1916
BOX 171 1920-1924
BOX 172 1924, primarily correspondence and related material concerning “McAdoo for President”
BOX 173 1924-1928
BOX 174 1932-1936, 1944
BOX 175 Princeton University Bi-Centennial, Princeton, N.Y., 1946-1947
BOX 176 Princeton University School of International Law, Princeton, N.Y., 1937-1939
BOX 177 Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, N.Y., 1939
Religious prejudice, Theodore Roosevelt on, 1904
Russian Constituent Assembly, 1921
Short ballot, 1911-1915
South American goodwill tour, 1938
St. Louis Art League, St. Louis, Mo., 1916
Treaty (Geneva?), 1922
United States society, 1932
Wilson, Woodrow, 1924-1945
BOX 178 Wilson Club, 1915-1916
World War I
General, 1914-1918
Prisoners of war, 1915-1916
Naval warfare, 1916-1918
United States Navy, 1917-1918
BOX 179-212 State Department File, 1917-1944
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and printed matter.
Arranged in two chronological groups, 1917-1920 and 1939-1944, and therein by alphabetically by subject, topic, or organization.
BOX 179 1917-1920
Belgium, 1919
China, 1917-1919
China memorandum, “Chinese Railways and Peace Settlement, 1918
BOX 180 Chinese loan, 1917-1921
Commission to and from United States to other powers, 1917-1919
BOX 181 Community Organization Bureau, 1919
Countries (miscellaneous), 1917-1919
Europe
1917-1920
BOX 182 1917-1920
Far East, 1918
Foreign intelligence, 1917
German intrigue in Far East, 1918
BOX 183 Japan, 1917-1920
BOX 184 Lansing-Ishii agreement, 1918
Latin America, 1917-1919
League of Nations, 1920
Miscellany
1915-1918
BOX 185 1919-1920
Notes on sovereignty of islands in the Pacific, 1918
BOX 186 Peace Conference, 1918-1919
Secret documents published by Bolshoviki, 1918
Siberia (excerpts from Long's diary), 1918
Siberia
1918-1920
BOX 187 1918-1920
Siberian expedition, 1918
United States, 1917
BOX 188 1939-1944
Administrative assistant
Merkling, 1a44
Ribble, 1944
Savage, 1941-1943
Administrative management, 1944
Administrative office, 1940-1941
Adviser on International Economic Affairs (Collard), 1943
Air raid precautions, 1941
American republics affairs, 1942-1944
Applications and recommendations, 1944
Appropriations, 1941
Appropriation bill, 1941
Argentina, 1944
BOX 189 Assistant secretary
Acheson, Dean, 1941-1943
Berle, Adolph Augustus, 940-1943
Grady, Henry, 1940
Long, 1942-1943
Shaw, G. Howland, 1941-1944
Aviation section, 1941-1942
Bolivia, 1944
Bock reviews, 1944
Budget and fiscal affairs, 1944
Canada, 1944
Chief clerk and administrative assistant, 1943
Chief special agent, 1940-1944
Chinese immigration legislation, 1943
Circular instruction, 1942-1943
Commercial policy, 1942-1944
Communications
1941-1943
BOX 190 1943-1944
Communications with Axis through South American capitals, 1941-1942
Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1942
Congress, 1942-1944
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