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Speeches and Writings File, 1882-1938 (continued)
Pan American Society luncheon given in honor of President-Elect Pessoa of Brazil, New York, N.Y., 26 June 1919
Pilgrims of the United States in honor of Lord Northcliffe, New York, N.Y., 5 Nov. 1908
Poor Richard Club, Philadelphia, Pa., 4 June 1912
Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Atlanta, Ga., 22 Feb. 1919
Saturday discussion of the Republican Club, on "The Panama Canal and Pan American Commerce," 10 Feb. 1912
Spokane's interests in the Panama Canal and American Trade, 18 Aug. 1911
University of Miami celebration in honor of Washington's birthday, Miami, Fla., 22 Feb. 1927
Woman's Club, on "The Outlook of the World, America and Vermont for 1926," Rutland, Vt.
Young Men's Christian Association meeting, 17 Nov. 1917
Response to toast "New Pacific," at the New England Society annual festival, 22 Dec. 1899
Statement made at luncheon given by Pan American Society at the Bankers Club
BOX 114 Speeches, articles, and similar material by others
"Manifesto," by Emilio Aguinaldo, 5 Jan. 1899
Pan American Congress of Journalists, by Abel Villegas Arango, 9 Apr. 1926
Pan American Union, on the occasion of presenting a bust of General Francisco de Miranda, by Dr. Pedro Manuel Arcaya, 12 Apr. 1933
"A Planned New Pan Americanism," by John Eldridge Allen, 1933
"Porto Rico: The Seat of the Future Pan American University," by Bailey K. Ashford
Biographical sketches and notes of John Barrett, by Mary F. Barrett and others
(2 folders)
Chicago Association of Commerce, by Dr. Esteban Gil Borges, 25 May 1921
Speech made at Pan American Society dinner, by William Jennings Bryan, 15 May 1913
Dedication exercises of the building of the International Bureau of the American Republics, Washington, D.C., by Andrew Carnegie, 26 Apr. 1910
Station WRNY, New York, N.Y., by James S. Carson, 14 Oct. 1932
"Answering the Only Objection to Making the Prohibition of War a Basic Principle of International Law," by Samuel Colcord
"The Greatest and Most Beneficent Undertaking Ever Conceived in the Brain and Heart of Man," by Samuel Colcord
Mission Day at San Diego, Calif., by Bishop Conaty, 19 July 1911
"The American Intervention in West Florida," by Isaac J. Cox
Traffic Club, World's Fair Centennial celebration, Chicago, Ill., by Rufus C. Dawes, 17 Dec. 1920
"The American Merchant Marine," by Jacob H. Gallinger
"New Pan Americanism in the Making," by Phillip Leonard Green
"The Crisis in Pan American Relations," by G. Charles Hodges
American Society of International Law," by Charles Evans Hughes, 28 Apr. 1927
"The Centenary of the Monroe Doctrine," 30 Nov. 1923
Lincoln Day Dinner, National Republican Club, New York, N.Y.
Union League Club, by Herbert Hoover, 22 Feb. 1922
Lincoln Day Dinner, National Republican Club, New York, N.Y.
Second Pan American Scientific Congress, on "Pan Americanism," Washington, D.C., 27 Dec. 1915, by Robert Lansing
"Is the United States a Friend of Latin America?" by A. M. Levert
"The Trans-Isthmian Canal Problem," by William Ludlow
"The Strategic Features of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea," by A. T. Mahan
"A Twentieth-Century Outlook,"
"Monroe Doctrine," by Severo Mallet-Prevost, 2 Dec. 1923
"The Effect That Signing of Peace with Germany Will Have upon the Standards of the Wage Earners of the United States," by W. E. Maloney
A special message to the American People, by Dr. Carlos Melendez, President of El Salvador, 10 Dec. 1918
Dinner given by Mayor of New York to Venezuelan Special Mission on Bolivar Day, Baltimore, Md., 19 May 1921, by John Bassett Moore
"On the Bed of Clover: International Relations between North and South America," by Ernesto Nelson
"Commercial Importance of Central and South Americas," by Francis Frisbie O'Donnell, Jan. 1932
"Artificial Pneumo-Thorax Therapeutics," by Dr. J. A. de Oliveira Botelho
Centennial of the Brick Meeting House, by Samuel B. Pettingill, 3 Sept. 1933
"Where Would Lincoln Stand Today?" by Samuel B. Pettengill, 6 Oct. 1930
"American Business and Latin America," by Palmer E. Pierce, May 1930
Pan American Union, on the occasion of presenting a bust of General Francisco de Miranda, by Dr. Adrian Recinos, 12 Apr. 1933
Dinner tendered to John L. Merrill, President of the All American Cables, by L.S. Rowe
"United States Foreign Trade, 1903-22," by Clement Schwinges
"The Monroe Doctrine and Pan Americanism," by Leland Stanford, Jr.
"The Meaning and Significance of Pan Americanism," opinion by statesmen of Latin America, 1 Jan. 1929
"Present Situation of Business in the Philippine Islands," by W. F. Stevenson
Sermon, "On Death," by Somdetch Phra Vanarat
American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philadelphia, Pa., by J. Varela, 1 Dec. 1923
"Barrett: Hunter Extraordinary and Fisherman Plentyotendency," by Richard M. Winans
BOX 115-117 Financial Papers, 1871-1938
Account books, correspondence, bills and receipts and expenditures, canceled checks and checkbooks, and miscellaneous financial papers.
Arranged primarily chronologically within each file.
BOX 115 Account books
(5 vols.)
Accounts, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1902-1903
Correspondence, 1871-1931
BOX 116 Bills, receipts and expenditures
(5 folders)
1896-Aug. 1897
(5 folders)
BOX 117 Sept.1897-Dec. 1898
(2 folders)
1921-1924, undated
(2 folders)
Canceled checks and checkbooks, 1895-1938
Miscellaneous financial papers, 1894-1929
(2 folders)
BOX 118-125 Biographical File, 1866-1943
Two biographies of Barrett, a typewritten manuscript draft and a typewritten ribbon copy of an undergraduate thesis, plus correspondence, notes, and excerpts relating to Barrett's papers.
BOX 118 “Biography of John Barrett by Mary X. Ferguson”
(10 folders)
BOX 119 Notes relating to biography
(6 folders)
BOX 120 (3 folders)
BOX 121 Correspondence, 1937-1943
(10 folders)
BOX 122 F-L
(14 folders)
BOX 123 M-P
(14 folders)
BOX 124 Q-Z
(14 folders)
BOX 125 Extracts from John Barrett Papers, 1866-1920
(9 folders)
“John Barrett: Pioneer Advocate of Practical Pan Americanism” by Roger L. Headrick, unpublished, thesis, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass., 1958
BOX 126-171 Miscellany, 1880-1939
Broadside, notes and cards, certificates, lists of names and addresses, clippings, scrapbooks, and other items.
Organized by type of material.
BOX 126 Broadside
Notes and cards
Lists, Siamese
(4 folders)
BOX 127 (8 folders)
BOX 128 (7 folders)
BOX 129 (7 folders)
BOX 130 (5 folders)
BOX 131 Printed matter and clippings
(2 folders)
(2 folders)
BOX 132 (4 folders)
BOX 133 (1 folder)
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