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Subject File, 1879-1948 (continued)
1895-1907
BOX 189 1908-1912, undated
BOX 190-193 Treaty of Paris, 1898
BOX 194-196 Treaty of Paris newspaper clippings, 1898
BOX 197 World War I
Armed merchant vessels, 1916-1917
Contraband of war, 1914-1915
Dacia case, 1915-1918
Enemy private property
1919-1926
BOX 198 1919-1926
Grain papers, 1914-1921
House Commission and origin of World War I, 1917-1918
BOX 199 Latin American attitude, 1914-1919
League of Nations
Correspondence, 1919-1940
Printed matter
1928-1930
BOX 200 1929-1930
Lusitania case, 1915-1937
BOX 201 Propaganda, 1914-1919
BOX 202-203 State Department, correspondence, executive orders, and proclamations, printed and unbound, 1914-1918
BOX 204 Versaille Treaty, 1918-1921
BOX 205 Printed matter, 1914-1918
Miscellany, 1913-1935
BOX 206-220 Autobiographical and Biographical File, 1885-1945
Notes, memoranda, photocopies and typescripts of Moore's papers and other source material as assembled by him and his assistants in the preparation of his memoirs. Includes an unpublished memoir edited by Edwin Borchard.
An index to a portion of this series is in Container 206. The unindexed portion is grouped by type of material.
BOX 206 Autobiography (indexed)
Index to Containers 206-211
To folders
To names and subjects
Boyhood, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va., and early law practice
Department of State, 1889-1891, 1893, 1898, 1913-1914
Grover Cleveland
Positions offered Moore outside State Department
Hague, Netherlands
Fisheries, 1886-1888
BOX 207 Lord Sackville-West, 1888
Samoan Islands
Fur seals
Alaskan boundary
Canada
American Bar Association and New York Bar Association
Lake Mohonk Conferences on International Arbitration, Lake Mohonk, N.Y.
Extradition and arbitration
Delaware politics
Moore's works and articles about him
South America
Central America
Panama Canal
BOX 208 Oil
South and Central American revolutions
Red Cross
Origin of the war
World War I, 1915
World War I and the American entrance
Incidents of the World War I, 1918
Peace Conference, 1919
War with Spain, 1919
West Indies
Europe
Africa
Asia
BOX 209 Mexico, copies of daily news summaries
1913, Mar.1-1914, Mar. 4
Divided by consular districts, 1913, Dec. 1-1914, Mar. 4
Mexico, Ambassador John Lind, 1913, Oct. 3-1914, Mar. 4; 1934, Feb. 28
BOX 210 Mexico and allied subjects, copies of daily news summaries
Mexico and other countries, copies of daily news summaries
Benton case
Civil War
Miscellany
Alice Roosevelt Longworth, Crowded Hours
Letterpress copy book, 1913-1914
Material looked up for Moore by D. B. Thomas (unrelated to rest of material)
BOX 211 Men of eminence, letters to and from, 1888-1923
BOX 212 Autobiography (unindexed)
Addresses of Moore, 1916
Bayard, Thomas F., correspondence with, 1886-1893 * 1898
Biographical sketches of persons other than Moore
Buchanan, James, biography, 1908
Columbia University, New York, N.Y., 1916
Constancia Sugar Co. Case, 1908-1909
Delaware material
Department of State
General correspondence, photocopies and typescripts, 1885-1914
Mexico, 1913-1914
Other, 1913-1914
BOX 213 Disraeli, Benjamin, 1804-1881
Eye trouble of Moore
Field-Terry-Nagle case, 1889
Fisheries, 1887-1891
History and digest of international arbitrations, 1893-1896
International High Commission, 1916
Latin America, 1916
League to Enforce Peace, 1916
Mexico, 1916
Neutrality Act, 1939
New York, N.Y., Mayor Seth Low, 1902
Panama, 1916
Places of residence, 1890-1934
Theodore Roosevelt
Samoa, 1887-1891
South American Neutrality Conference, 1917
Students of Moore, 1916
War with Spain, 1898
BOX 214 War with Spain, 1898
World War I, 1916
Various subjects
1782-1900
BOX 215-216 1901-1945
BOX 217 Biography
"Moore's Memoirs," prepared by Edwin Borchard, undated 1940-1950
BOX 218 Autobiographical and biographical miscellany
Genealogical material, 1889-1948
"The So-Called Moors of Delaware," 1941
Honorary degrees
McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1921
University of the State of New York, 1923
Columbia University, New York, N.Y., 1927
Memberships and honors, 1907-1944
Memorabilia, 1898-1924
Who's Who
BOX 219-220 Miscellaneous notes and memoranda by Moore, Edwin Borchard, and K. Gutman, undated
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