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Speeches and Writings File, 1882-1938 (continued)
"America and Asia," 17 Aug. 1905
"America in the Pacific"
"America in the Pacific and Far East"
"America in the Philippines and Far East"
"America, the Arbiter of China's Future"
"American Red Cross and Its Relief Work"
"An American School of Diplomacy"
"Americans Needed as Vice and Deputy Consuls," 13 Jan. 1906
"America's Interests in Eastern Asia"
"America's Great Opportunity in the Far East
"America's New Place in the World," Apr. 1919
"America's Responsibility in the Pacific"
"Anti-Expansion Agitation"
"Anti-Huerta Constitutionalist Manifesto"
"Argentine Republic," 15 May 1910
"Art and Progress," 28 June 1910
Article for the Times (London)
Attitude of the Latin American Countries during the War"
"Aviation and Aviators in Latin America"
BOX 104 Bhanurangsi, Princess of Siam, a biographical sketch
Brazil's declaration of war on Germany, 27 Oct. 1917
"Brief History of the 1st Regiment, Montana Infantry, United States Volunteers"
"Brief Sketch of the French Catholic Mission in Siam"
"Buenos Aires: The Metropolis of South America"
The Call of South America"
"Chattanooga's Potential Industrial and Commercial Possibilities," 8 Oct. 1914
"The Cheek Case," 25 Sept. 1897
"China as the Prey of the Foreign World"
"China Is Today the Goal of a World Movement"
"Christianity and Commerce in China"
"Chulalongkorn, King of Siam: A Great Statesman"
Chulalongkorn, King of Siam, Regency Act, 21 Mar. 1897
"Civilization and the Pan American Union"
"Club Life in the Far East"
"The College Man and the Pan American Opportunity"
"Colombia: A Land of Great Possibilities"
"Colombia and Japan," 21 Oct. 1905
"Commerce Is the Life Blood of Nations"
"Commercial Relations with Our Sister Republics"
"Completion and Dedication of the New Building of the International Bureau of the American Republics," Washington, D.C., June 1910
"Convention and Foreign Trade"
"Creation of Woman"
"Cuba of the Far East"
"Debutantes and Travel"
Description of the new building of the International Bureau of the American Republics
"Effect in America of Occupation of the Philippines"
"El Panamericanismo y La Union Pan Americana"
"Engineering from a Pan American Viewpoint," 11 Feb. 1919
"Entry of Brazil into the War," 3 Nov. 1917
"Equal Suffrage from the Bachelor or Single Man's Standpoint"
"Every American Boy Should Also Be a Pan American Boy"
"Exchange of Professors and Students with Latin American Countries"
"An Existing League of American Nations: A Working Practical International Peace Organization," 9 Mar. 1920
"Eyes Front to Latin America"
"Farewell Statement upon Retiring as Director General," 1920
"First 150 Eminent Endorsers of the Proposals to Make the Prohibition of War a Basic Principle of International Law"
"Florida, Now and in the Future"
"Food Supply Problems to Be Solved by Latin America"
"Foreign Commerce of Latin America"
"Future of Pan America," 28 July 1919
"Future of Vermont"
"General Rafael Reyes, President of Colombia"
"Government of the Netherlands," 1920
"Great New Opportunity of the Country in Latin America," 12 Dec. 1918
"Great Opportunity of Chicago and the Central West in Latin America"
"Great Pan American Opportunity"
3 Feb. 1916
"Great Pan American Opportunity: What It Means to the South"
"Great South American Opportunity," 11-12 Jan. 1917
"Greater Miami as the Ideal Home of a Great Pan American University," 1933
"Half Year of War with Aguinaldo"
"Harding's Attitude towards the Central American and Caribbean Countries"
"How Read the Signs for 1916," 1 Jan. 1916
"How the Panama Canal Will Affect the Movement of Trade"
"Illinois and Pan America," 24 Jan. 1917
"Illinois Great New Opportunity: What the Future of Pan American Trade Means to This State," Peoria, Ill., 17 Mar. 1920
"Imperialism, Misnomer"
"Impressions on the River Magdalena," 28 Oct. 1905
"Improvement of Pan American Shipping Facilities," 5 Aug. 1911
"Industrial Progress in Latin America in the Last Twenty-Five Years"
"International Pan American Conference, Mexico" second meeting, 1901
"Introduction to South of Panama," 7 Sept. 1914
"Is Practical Pan Americanism More Than a Fond Dream?"
"Japan and the Yellow Peril"
BOX 105 "Latin America and Colombia," 1906
"Latin America and the Conference"
"Latin America and the War," 6 Nov. 1914
"Latin America's Growing Importance in International Affairs, with Special Regard to British Trade," 19 July 1912
"Latin America, Mexico, Panama, and the Arms Conference,"
"Latin America: Our Great Commercial Opportunity," 13 May 1910
"The Latin American Opportunity," 3 Oct. 1914
"The Latin American Press"
"Latin American Trade"
"Latin American Trade: A Comparative View," 30 June 1918
"League of Nations in Relations to American Questions and the Monroe Doctrine"
"Liberty Loan Campaign," Chicago, Ill., 24 Oct. 1917
"Charles A. Lindbergh's Visit to South America"
"Louisville, First: Always"
"Love and Lure of Travel"
Message to those connected with the Second Annual Aeronautical Exposition, 7 Mar. 1920
"Mexican Situation," 14 Feb. 1913
"Mexicans," 25 Mar. 1912
"Mexico: A Land of Potentiality"
"Mexico: A Review and a Forecast"
"Mighty Meaning of War for the United States and Pan America," 19 Oct. 1917
"Millions More Needed for the American Red Cross"
"Mission of the Prince of Wales to South America and Its Reaction upon United States Interests"
"Monthly Bulletin"
National Hoover Minuteman, radio speeches, Republican National Committee
"National Provisioner," vol. 46, Jan.-June 1912
"National Vermont Association"
"New America and Reconstruction: Their Meaning to Vermont and New England," 3 Aug. 1919
"New and Progressive Step in Colombia"
"New Era"
"New Era for Women in Latin America," Washington, D.C., 23 Feb. 1921
"New Pan American Opportunity"
"New Pan Americanism"
"New Pan Americanism and Its Mighty Meaning," 13 Feb. 1919
"New Pan Americanism and Its Worldwide Significance"
"Office of the Pan American Union"
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