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BOX 119-131 Notes File, circa 1904-1921
Clippings, notes, a few letters concerning a variety of subjects with particular emphasis on Japan and Korea.
Arranged alphabetically.
BOX 119 Set II
BOX 120 Character
BOX 121 Child-Emigration
BOX 122 Emigration
BOX 123 Emigration-Foreign relations
BOX 124 Foreign relations
BOX 125 Foreign travelers-Korea
BOX 126 Korea
BOX 127 Korea-Lynch
BOX 128 Mabie-Nobles
BOX 129 Nogi-Progress
BOX 130 Prostitution-Treves
BOX 131 Vital statistics-YMCA
BOX 132-133 Indexes to material on Cuba and J. Edward Addicks, circa 1888-1903
Notes and clippings.
Arranged as organized by Kennan.
BOX 132 Index to Cuban material 1888-1889, A-W
Working index of material relating to J. Edward Addicks, 1895-1903
BOX 133 B-W
BOX 134-136 Miscellany, circa 1877-1909
Letters, clippings, magazine articles, printed matter on J. Edward Addicks, the Peary and Cook expeditions, Jews, extradition, and other subjects.
Arranged by topic or type of material. Includes a partial manuscript of F. Volkhovskīĭ, “How I Became a Revolutionist.”
BOX 134 Clippings relating to J. Edward Addicks
Printed material on extradition and Jews
BOX 135 Correspondence (1909)
Magazine articles
Clippings regarding Robert Peary and Frederick Cook expeditions
BOX 136 Clippings regarding Robert Peary and Frederick Cook expeditions

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