Juan Silvano Godoi papers

Jamie Madrigal and Anja Espinoza, 2016.
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Juan Silvano Godoi papers
Date (inclusive): 1777-1953, undated
Date (bulk): 1860-1922
Collection Number: MS 003
Creator: Godoi, Juan Silvano
Extent: 8.4 linear feet (20 document boxes)
Repository: Rivera Library. Special Collections Department.
Riverside, CA 92517-5900
Abstract: This collection contains correspondence, documents, publications, and other material pertaining to the personal and professional life of Juan Silvano Godoi, a Paraguayan politician, journalist, jurist, and historian. Includes correspondence with many prominent political figures and scholars of the era as well as political, financial, and historically significant documents.
Languages: The collection is in Guarani and Spanish.

Access

This collection is open for research.

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Preferred Citation

[identification of item], [date if possible]. Juan Silvano Godoi papers (MS 003). Special Collections & University Archives, UCR Library, University of California, Riverside.

Acquisition Information

The Juan Silvano Godoi papers were acquired as a gift in 1968.

Processing History

Processed by Jamie Madrigal and Anja Espinoza, 2016.
Processing of the Juan Silvano Godoi papers was completed by undergraduate students from the University of California, Riverside as part of the Special Collections & University Archives Backlog Processing Project started in 2015. This project was funded by the UCR Library and administered by Bergis Jules, University and Political Papers Archivist, and Eric Milenkiewicz, Manuscripts Curator.

Biography

Juan Silvano Godoi was born in 1850 into an aristocratic, Paraguayan family. He studied in Argentina until the War of the Triple Alliance broke out in 1865. After the devastation of the war, Godoi returned home to serve as a member congress from 1870-1877. After he helped plan the assassination of the president, Godoi fled to Corrientes, Argentina. He lived in Buenos Aires, Argentina for the next 18 years during which time he wrote and published numerous books and articles. He retuned to Paraguay in 1895 and in 1902 was appointed Director General of the National Library, Museum, and Archive of Paraguay. Godoi held this position until his death in 1926.

Collection Scope and Content Summary

This collection contains correspondence, documents, publications, and other material pertaining to the personal and professional life of Juan Silvano Godoi. Includes correspondence with many prominent political figures and scholars of the era as well as political, financial, and historically significant documents.

Collection Arrangement

This collection is arranged into four series. The series arrangement of this collection is as follows:
  • Series 1. Correspondence, 1777-1945,undated.
  • Series 2. Documents, 1821-1926, undated.
  • Series 3. Visual material, circa 1920, undated.
  • Series 4. Publications, 1807-1953,undated.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Godoi, Juan Silvano
Intellectual life.
Paraguay.
Politics and government.

Genres and Forms of Materials

Correspondence.
Documents.
Publications.


Collection Contents

 

Series 1. Correspondence. 1777-1945, undated.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains correspondence to and from Juan Silvano Godoi as well as correspondence between other political figures.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 4, Folder 1

Belisario Rivarola to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); about authorization of 40,000 pesos for the purchase of the Biblioteca "Solano Lopez." October 26, 1914.

Box 4, Folder 2

Juan Vicente Aguilera to Juan Silvano Godoi (Potrero-Angelito); Wrote about mill—stones from Venezuela that he was sending for the museum (1 leaf). February 8, 1918.

Box 4, Folder 3

A. Alonso to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Concerning the collection of the pensions before the death of the pope (2 leaves). July 7, 1919.

Box 4, Folder 4

Federico Alonso to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Wrote that Saguier, Mann, and Acevalito, were the only ones who could speak in favor ot the ruling party at that time (1 leaf). 1877.

Box 4, Folder 5

Manuel R. Alsina [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi; Regarding affairs of the Superior Tribunal (1 leaf). March 15, 1871.

Box 4, Folder 6

Justo P. Alvarez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Alvarez, private secretary of Juan Silvano Godoi, wrote about the political activities of Alejandro Andibert and his articles published in “El Pueblo” and “La Prensa” (2 leaves). September 18, 1897.

Box 4, Folder 7-8

Justo P. Alvarez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Santo Tome, Argentina); On Mariano Olleros’ book, “Comentario Critico a Alberdi” (2 leaves). April 5, 1907.

Box 4, Folder 9

Juan B. Alves to Juan Silvano Godoi (Aregua); Asks that the priest of Capiata be reimbursed for expenses (1 leaf). 1876.

Box 4, Folder 10

Manuel Amarilla and Adolfo Kiquelme to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Amarilla, noted Paraguayan educator, re Juan Silvano Godoi’s work “Alberdi por el Senor Olleros.” (1 leaf). November 30, 1906.

Box 4, Folder 11

Jose Andres to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); He had no doubts about upcoming victory of revolution (2 leaves). September 28, 1879.

Box 4, Folder 12

E. de Angeles [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Regrets not knowing Dr. Yturburu (2 leaves). August 20, 1895.

Box 4, Folder 13

Juan B. Arcel to Juan Silvano Godoi; Wishes to arrange a meeting (1 leaf). July 17, 1868.

Box 4, Folder 14

Alejandro Audibert to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Speaks about political changes in Paraguay (2 leaves). November 19, 1883.

Box 4, Folder 15

Alejandro Audibert to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); On Hector Decoud and General Bernardino Caballero (1 leaf). April 29, 1884.

Box 4, Folder 16

Alejandro Audibert to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Communicating that the platform is well prepared, the colonel has accepted the candidacy (1 leaf). December 27, 1890.

Box 4, Folder 17

V. Augusta [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi; regarding question about Adolfo Decoud (2 leaves). December 1, 1879.

Box 4, Folder 18

"Senor director de la biblioteca, museo y archivo nacional" by Eligo Ayala to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); On the charter that created the bank of the Republic (carries the seal of ministry of justice) (1 leaf). Spetember 16, 1908.

Box 4, Folder 19

"Juansilvano Godoi y flia" by Pacifico de Ayala to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); President and secretary of “Club Olimpia” invite Juan Silvano Godoi to the opening of a new soccer field, named for his family, “Sila Godoi" (1 leaf). April 6, 1921.

Box 4, Folder 20

Antonio Bachini to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); On purchase of armaments and the difficulties inherent in such an enterprise (1 leaf). December 16, 1893.

Box 4, Folder 21

Federico Guillermo Baez To Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncon, Paraguay); Baez (1810-1879) after fighting with Argentine Army during the Triple Alliance War, served as a senator in the Paraguayan Congress. In this letter discusses the presidency of Cirilo Antonio Rivarola (1 leaf). Junuary 9, 1872.

Box 4, Folder 22

"Senor Director" by Clemente Barahona Vega to Juan Silvano Godoi (Santiago de Chile); Regarding the work : “Florilejio Cervantino Americano” (2 leaves). September 26, 1916.

Box 4, Folder 23

IIdefonso Benegas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Benegas, Paraguayan navel officer and senator, in this letter anounces the death of Juan Silvano Godoi’s niece, Elvira Franco de Buller (1 leaf). February 14, 1890.

Box 4, Folder 24

Illdefonso Benegas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); He is sending a sum through Don Venancio Lopez (1 leaf). January 16, 1891.

Box 4, Folders 25-26

lldefonso Benegas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); reply to receiving the Masonic 33rd degree and President Eguzquiza (served 1894-98) has yet to choose a minister of the treasury (4 leaves). June 21, 1896.

Box 4, Folder 27

IIdefonso Benegas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Has received photograph of Juan Silvano Godoi’s daughter, Leticia (1 leaf). October 4, 1898.

Box 4, Folder 28

IIdefonso Benegas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Sends best wishes for the recovery of Juan Silvano Godoi’s daughter, Haide (2 leaves). December 6, 1897.

Box 4, Folder 29

IIdefonso Benegas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Writes about resignations of three ministers, Queirolo, Legal, and de los Rios, and the writings of Manuel Avila about the treason of Lopez during Triple Alliance War (3 leaves). May 22, 1900.

Box 4, Folder 30

Buenaventura Bordon to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Remarks on the sight of Juan Silvano Godoi’s school (2 leaves). July 15, 1871.

Box 4, Folders 31-32

E de Brun [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Paysandu,Uruguay); He wants to know why Malpartida or Amaro has not answer his letters about the mortgages (1 leaf) and Concerning mortgages of the properties in London (1 leaf). 1879.

Box 4, Folder 33

E. de Brun [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Regrets not receiving letter from Juan Silvano Godoi (1 leaf). July 2, 1878.

Box 4, Folder 34

E. de Brun [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); about Juan Silvano Godoi’s brother, Nicanor Godoi (2 leaves). January 16, 1881.

Box 4, Folder 35

E de Brun [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Because of the problem in the port the ship could not unload its cargo of armament (1 leaf). July 11, 1898.

Box 4, Folder 36

"To the President of Musea de Bellas Artes" by William J. Bryan to Juan Silvano Godoi (Washington D.C.); Invitation to the second Pan-American Scientific Congress (1 leaf). February 12, 1915.

Box 4, Folder 37

Antonio Toboada to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Appoints Fabio Queirolo as representative; on opposite side letter of response appoints Elias Garcia as their representative (2 leaves). February 26, 1980.

Box 4, Folder 38

Juan A. Cafferiti [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi. undated.

Box 4, Folder 39

J. Caminos to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Acknowleges receipt of a copy of Juan Silvano Godoi’s work on General Jose Eduvigis Diaz, a major hero of the Triple Alliance War (1 leaf). December 18, 1904.

Box 4, Folder 40

Romualda Candia and Aurora Cardia Mora; Poetic tribute to liberty in Paraguay--probably related to the death of Juan Silvano Godoi’s son, Lucio Sila Godoi (1 leaf). undated.

Box 4, Folder 41

Ramon J. Carcano to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); He asks more information about his work on “Historia diploiuatica de la Triple Alianza” (2 leaves). November 27, 1908.

Box 4, Folder 42

Carriego [?]; asks for 200 pesos (1 leaf). December 9, 1880.

Box 4, Folder 43

A. Casue to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Expresses exasperation at the behavior “del bribon Malpartida” (2 leaves). January 21, 1881.

Box 4, Folder 44

J. Carvalho to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); On the purchases of an Englishman, Mr. Laury, in Paraguay (1 leaf). July 21, 1876.

Box 4, Folder 45

"Ministerio del Interior" Augustin C. Ceppi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Ceppi, Minister of the Interior, remarks on Juan Silvano Godoi’s being named to the “Superior Tribunal de Justicia” (1 leaf). November 28, 1870.

Box 4, Folder 46

Manuel Cerina to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Juan Silvano Godoi’s nephew asks if he had received other letter (1 leaf). March 27, 1885.

Box 4, Folder 47

Luisa de Cerresul to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); On Juan Silvano Godoi’s work on General Eduviges Diaz (2 leaves). September 5, 1907.

Box 4, Folder 48

A. Charpenties to Juan Silvano Godoi (Bordeaux,France); Invitation to Juan Sinvano Godoi to stay in Bordeaux (1 leaf). January 4, 1889.

Box 4, Folder 49

Roberto A. Chodasiewicz Juan Silvano Godoi (Santa Fe,Argentina); Notice about moving to a new location (1 card). October 1, 1887.

Box 4, Folder 50

Carlos Cocquetion [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Paris,France); Discusses purchase of a map of Paraguay (2 leaves). September 19, 1890.

Box 4, Folder 51

A. Romillo Decoud to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); His wedding invitation (1 leaf). August 1907.

Box 4, Folder 52

Adolfo Decoud to JSG (Rosario,Argentina); Expresses nostalgia for the “bellisimas noches tropicales del Paraguay” (4 leaves). December 17, 1877.

Box 4, Folder 53

Adolfo Decoud to Juan Silvano Godoi; Wishes to speak about auctioning the furniture of Evaristo Macham (1 leaf). May 6, 1888.

Box 4, Folder 54

Adolfo Decoud to Juan Silvano Godoi; Expresses regret at not being able to attend meeting (1 leaf). undated.

Box 4, Folder 55

Hector Francisco Decoud to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Decoud in this letter, partialy in code, writes on the possibility of revolutionary undertaking (3 leaves). November 2, 1883.

Box 4, Folder 56

Hector Francisco Decoud [folder missing]; Speaks about several ministers in Paraguay (1 leaf). November 19, 1883.

Box 4, Folders 57-59

Hector Francisco Decoud to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); discusses situation in Asuncion and speaks about the possibility of a coup d’etat in Paraguay. May 23, 1884.

Box 4, Folder 60

Jose Segundo Decoud to Juan Silvano Godoi (La Plata,Argentina); Sends greetings for the New Year (1 leaf). December 31, 1885.

Box 4, Folder 61

Viriato Diaz Perez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Villa Aurelia); Criticizes medical doctors “que abandonan sus estudios por el arribismo y la politica” (1 leaf). January 31, 1919.

Box 4, Folder 62

Rodolfo Diaz-Velez y Chavez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Colotlan,Jalisco,Mexico); Searching for a particular document from the colonial era (1 leaf). December 13, 1922.

Box 4, Folder 63

Blas R. Dominguez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay) [folder not in box]; President and secretary of “Club Olimpia” invite JSG to the opening of a new soccer field (see no. 19) (1 leaf). 1921.

Box 4, Folder 64

Antonia Echague to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Antonia, aunt of Juan Silvano Godoi, writes about property that his ancestors had in Willa Concepcion (1 leaf). April 2, 1888.

Box 4, Folder 65

Mariano Echague Juan Silvano Godoi (Santa Fe, Argentina); Mariano, cousin of Juan Silvano Godoi, writes about the mission of Narciro (1 leaf). June 3, 1875.

Box 4, Folder 66

Elamigol [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi; Reply to the sale of some land (2 leaves). January 12, 1881.

Box 4, Folder 67

Feliciano Elijechet [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Asks Juan Silvano Godoi to attend the examinations at the National College (1 leaf). December 15, 1893.

Box 4, Folder 68

"Director de la Bioblioteca Nacional" by Jose Ellachado to Juan Silvano Godoi (Caracas, Venezuela); About a Venezuelian poet who was writing on the “Mariscal Francisco Solano Lopez”—--Godoi was already deceased when this letter was written (1 leaf). November 14, 1932.

Box 4, Folder 69

Dardo Estrada to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); Comments on the work of Silvano Mosqueira, Paraguayan poet and diplomat (4 leaves). May 19, 1918.

Box 4, Folder 70

Christiano Fals [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Notes how bad things have become in Paraguay (2 leaves). January 24, 1902.

Box 4, Folder 71

Jacinto Fernandez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Rosario, Argentina); Condolences on the death of Juan Silvano Godoi’s son, Sila Godoi (2 leaves). March 26, 1905.

Box 4, Folder 72

Benigno Ferreira to Juan Silvano Godoi; Regarding the actions of the civil war in 1904 (1 leaf). November 15, 1904.

Box 4, Folder 73

Benigno Ferreira to Juan Silvano Godoi; Describes the progress realized by the revolutionary army and values under the command of the Duarte’s “Libertad” party--also clipping from “La Lombriz” (2 leaves). undated.

Box 4, Folder 74

Mariano Galeano to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Galeano, along with Nicanor Godoi, was one of the assassins of President Juan Bantista Gill, asks Juan Silvano Godoi to be more concise in his letters (2 leaves). December 15, 1880.

Box 4, Folder 75

Mariano Galeano to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Is moving to Villa Encarnacion. Tells of his embarrassment when Juan Silvano Godoi compares him to Garibaldi (2 leaves). February 7, 1884.

Box 4, Folder 76

Mariano Galeano to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); He writes about the brothers of Decoud having a crazy idea that the intelligence is patrimonial to their cast alone (2 leaves). April 5, 1884.

Box 4, Folder 76

Mariano Galeano to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); He writes about the brothers of Decoud having a crazy idea that the intelligence is patrimonial to their cast alone (2 leaves). April 5, 1884.

Box 4, Folder 78

Mariano Galeano to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Writes about Alejandro Audibert and Antonio Taboada (2 leaves). January 11, 1891.

Box 4, Folder 79

Gustavo Gallinal to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); Gallinal, Uruguayan historian, writes about Juan Silvano Godoi’s book: “El Comandante Dolores Molas” (1 leaf). March 2, 1920.

Box 4, Folder 80

Elias Garcia to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Garcia, leader of 1904 revolution, in 1890 writes about the question of “Senor Fabio Queirolo,” Paraguayan ourna1ist and politician (1 leaf). March 10, 1890.

Box 4, Folder 81

Jose Ignacio Garmendia to Juan Silvano Godoi; General Garmendia, historian of the Triple Alliance War, salutes the biographer of the Paraguayan hero, General Jose E. Diaz (1 leaf). May 11, 1907.

Box 4, Folder 82

Eloisa Doldan de Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Eloisa Doldan de Godoi, wife of Nicanor Godoi, writes about the situation in Corrientes and the possiblity of her husband’s arrest (1 leaf). June 30, 1885.

Box 4, Folder 83

Eloisa Doldan de Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Places all hope in protecting Nicanor Godoia in the hands of Juan Silvano Godoi (1 leaf). July 28, 1885.

Box 4, Folder 84

Haide A. Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Haide, the consumptive daughter of JSG, misses her father and wants more books (1 leaf). December 28, 1895.

Box 4, Folder 85

Julian Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Julian Nicanor Godoi, brother of Juan Silvano Godoi, writes about a meeting with the governor of Correntes, Evaristo Lopez (2 leaves). September 4, 1872.

Box 4, Folder 86

Julian Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Leaving for Goya, Argentina, to arrange business affairs (1 leaf). December 10, 1872.

Box 4, Folder 87

Julian Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi; Speaks about unjust imprisonment for the personal vengeance caused by the hatred of the Coirado Party, and asks Juan Silvano Godoi to review charges (2 leaves). September 29, 1872.

Box 4, Folder 88

Julian Nicador Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi; a letter for Nicanor Godoi (1 leaf). October 8, 1876.

Box 4, Folder 89

"... papa" Leticia Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi; Leticia Godoi, Juan Silvano Godoi’s daughter and wife of Spanish-born historian, Viriato Perez Diaz, writes about her husband publishing a work on Farina Nunez, foremost Paraguayan literary figure in the first quarter of the twentieth century (1 leaf). February 23, 1919.

Box 4, Folder 90

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); President of the “Club de los Amigos” issues invitation to its inauguration (1 leaf). September 5, 1871.

Box 4, Folder 91

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); Asks Juan Silvano Godoi to write to Mariano Galeano (1 leaf). July 21, 1871.

Box 4, Folder 92

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); Writes about a growing plot (1 leaf). July 27, 1878.

Box 4, Folder 93

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); on acquisition of 700 rifles (1 leaf). August 2, 1878.

Box 4, Folder 94

Nicanor Godoi [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); They say that the revolutionary conuuittee was and will be the only centre of authority (2 leaves). March 12, 1879.

Box 4, Folder 95

Nicanor Godoi [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); the commission and the mayor are pleased to cooperate (1 leaf). March 13, 1879.

Box 4, Folder 96

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Writes about Faraldo’s affair and the assassination of Cirilo Antonio Rivarola, in Asuncion December 31, 1879 (1 leaf). February 1, 1880.

Box 4, Folder 97

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); They cannot still offer refuge in Santo Tome (1 leaf). December 21, 1884.

Box 4, Folder 98

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Writes about revolutionists and E. Solano Lopez (1 leaf). October 25, 1885.

Box 4, Folder 99

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Has offered to the Governer of Corrientes 100 bayonets for Remington (1 leaf). November 25, 1885.

Box 4, Folder 100

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); The Governor of Corrientes wishes to know if the 100 bayonets have been purchased. Urgent (1 leaf). December 20, 1885.

Box 4, Folder 101

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); writes about revolutionists (1 leaf). December 20, 1885.

Box 4, Folder 102

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Complains about the irregularity of the mails (2 leaves). April 6, 1886.

Box 4, Folder 103

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Writes about negotiation with Governor Vidal (2 leaves). January 7, 1887.

Box 4, Folder 104

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); On opening of negotiations with various political allies (3 leaves). March 20, 1887.

Box 4, Folder 105

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Asks Juan Silvano Godoi to take his place in an artistic matter (1 leaf). May 22, 1889.

Box 4, Folder 106

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); On various negotiations. Discusses the question of the lands belonging to Enrique S. Lopez (2 leaves). December 23, 1889.

Box 4, Folder 107

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); About financial question (2 leaves). September 22, 1894.

Box 4, Folder 108

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Notes little difference in the political style of Gill, Caballero, Barreiro y Rivarola (all four are 19th century Paraguayan politicians) (1 leaf). November 11, 1908.

Box 4, Folder 109

Nicanor Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Writes about incompetent government and possibility of a Colorado’s triumphal invasion through Encarnacion (1 leaf). November 4, 1909.

Box 4, Folder 110

Rolando A. Godoi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Rolando, son of Juan Silvano Godoi and organizer of Biblioteca Americana and Museo Godoi, writes about those two institutes (2 leaves). July 26, 1911.

Box 4, Folder 111

Juan Ramon Gomez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Santa Fe, Argentina); On Juan Silvano Godoi’s book: “Mi mision a Rio de Janeiro”; also mentions that Brazilian government is reclaiming some land purchased by Paraguay (14 leaves). November 30, 1900.

Box 4, Folder 112

Ezequiel Gonzales to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Responds to Juan Silvano Godoi’s resignation as a member of the Superior Tribunal (2 leaves). October 26, 1871.

Box 4, Folder 113

J. Nicolas Gonzales to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); On the question of Zubizarreta and Varela (2 leaves). August 10, 1875.

Box 4, Folder 114

"los trabajos meicos de Vincente Estigazilia" by Jose Guillermo Gonzales to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Includes a copy of the “Los trabajos medicos de Vicente Estigarribia,” who was the physician friend of Dr. Jose Gaspar Rodriguez de Francia (5 leaves). April 24, 1921.

Box 4, Folder 115

Riocardo M. Haedo to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Regarding legal question of “Senor Wilkes” (1 leaf). November 14, 1919.

Box 4, Folder 116

Kisschhaum and R. Hassenpflag to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Asking if Godoi can sell some of his weapons (1 leaf). August 25, 1891.

Box 4, Folder 117

C.M. Hungo [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (London, England); Sends copy of “La Patria Argentina” (1 leaf). July 25, 1881.

Box 4, Folder 118

Jose Izala to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Details the activities of the “Centro Democratico” in Asuncion (2 leaves). February 26, 1890.

Box 4, Folder 119

J. Jacquet to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); He writes about the possibility of a revolution in Buenos Aires (2 leaves). October 22, 1890.

Box 4, Folder 120

Federico Jordan to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); On chartering of steamboat “Colon” for expedition to Paraguay (2 leaves). November 30, 1889.

Box 4, Folder 121

Federico Jordan to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Writes that president wants Lopez and others to return to the country and occupy important posts (2 leaves). November 26, 1890.

Box 4, Folder 122

Federico Jordan to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Mentions purchase of lands by Enrique Solano Lopez and affairs of General Benigno Ferreira (2 leaves). December 6, 1890.

Box 4, Folder 123

Luis Kahine and Juan B. Laborde to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Advises Juan Silvano Godoi that during Laborde’s absence in Europe, Kuehne will have his power of attorney (2 leaves). June 1, 1896.

Box 4, Folder 124

Eduardo Labougle to Juan Silvano Godoi (Bogota, Columbia); Acknowledges receiving a copy of JSG’s work (2 leaves). November 24, 1922.

Box 4, Folder 125

Eduardo de Lahitte to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Expresses his gratitude for the interesting dates he has given in reference to the history of Juan de Garay (1 leaf). December 11, 1910.

Box 5, Folder 1

Eduardo de Lahitte to Juan Silvano Godoi (Rosario, Argentina); Asking information about the picture of Juan de Garay, founder of Buenos Aires (1 leaf). September 14, 1921.

Box 5, Folder 2

D. Laites to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); On illness of Haide Godoi, JSG’s daughter who died from tuberculosis (1 leaf). January 26, 1897.

Box 5, Folder 3

A. Lombazti [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi; Writes about his arrest (2 leaves). March 30, 1884.

Box 5, Folder 4

Antonio Lamberti [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Writes about Antonio Taboada, founder of Paraguay’s Liberal Party in 1887 and Bernardino G. Caballero, founder of the Colorado Party (4 leaves). December 29, 1890.

Box 5, Folder 5

Ramon Lara Castro and Victor M Soler to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); An invitation to Juan Silvano Godoi to attend a session of Paraguayan Congress (1 leaf). March 30, 1909.

Box 5, Folder 6

Saturnino Laspiur to Juan Silvano Godoi; Possibly referring to land titles in Paraguay (2 leaves). undated.

Box 5, Folder 7

Carlos L. Lester to Juan Silvano Godoi; writes about his wife's grave illness (1 leaf). January 20, 1912.

Box 5, Folder 8

Carlos L. Lester to Juan Silvano Godoi (Clorinda, Argentina); He writes that in order to avoid the wrath of Manuel Gondra, he decided to settle in Clorinda, Argentina (1 leaf). February 5, 1912.

Box 5, Folder 9

Carlos L. Lester to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Has been taken into custody without reason; sees the hand of Fernando Columbo,”Jefe Politico de Paraguari,” in the affair (1 leaf). February 2, 1913.

Box 5, Folder 10

A. Llanos [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); On poet Diaz Romero and his literary theme (2 leaves). December 18, 1900.

Box 5, Folder 11

A. Llanos [?] Juan Silvano Godoi; Notes that work of Juan Silvano Godoi is “llena de esprit” (1 leaf). March 2, 1901.

Box 5, Folder 12

A. Llanos [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi; Writes about JFJose EnriqueA Rodo and the work “Prosas Profanas” of Ruben Dario (1 leaf). February 22, 1900.

Box 5, Folder 13

L. S. Llanos to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); Asking Juan Silvano Godoi to return his work “Preambulos” for publication (2 leaves). November 21, 1911.

Box 5, Folder 14

Numa P. Llona to Juan Silvano Godoi (Guyaquil, Ecuador); Liona, director of the Guayaquil Municipal library, asks Juan Silvano Godoi to send him copies of “El Archivo Nacional” (1 leaf). June 21, 1906.

Box 5, Folder 15

Carlos Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi; Reminding him about some article that he had forgotten previous evening (1 leaf). undated.

Box 5, Folder 16

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Enrique Solano Lopez, son of Francisco Solano Lopez and a journalist, asks Juan Silvano Godoi to write on something that interests him most (1 leaf). April 20, 1883.

Box 5, Folder 17

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Writes about false accusations and the commentaries on his friend Adolfo Decoud in “La Democracia” (2 leaves). July 6, 1883.

Box 5, Folder 18

Telegram by Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Lopez (Corrientes,Argentina); Urging Nicanor Godoi to return to the city before his visa expires (2 leaves). August 12, 1883.

Box 5, Folder 19

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Notes that he has received his telegram for Nicanor, and asks Juan Silvano Godoi to go to the “Agencia Havas” and tell that all telegrams with the word “Resumos” should be sent to him (2 leaves). August 23, 1883.

Box 5, Folder 20

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about his visit with Bernardino Caballero about the settlement of the embargo and mentions a few names that promised to help him (2 leaves). October 6, 1883.

Box 5, Folder 21

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Will try another meeting with Bernardino Caballero on the subject of embargo. Mentions a few names that will second Juan Silvano Godoi’s reclamation (3 leaves). October 15, 1883.

Box 5, Folder 22

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi; Reminding Juan Silvano Godoi the complexity of the problems in Paraguay (1 leaf). March 5, 1887.

Box 5, Folder 23

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Is is about the starting of the court proceedings (1 leaf). September 1, 1888.

Box 5, Folder 24

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi; Regarding meeting place (1 leaf). Janaury 4, 1889.

Box 5, Folder 25

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi; Regarding the value of Juan Silvano Godoi’s house in Corrientes (1 leaf). January 9, 1889.

Box 5, Folder 26

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Asks Juan Silvano Godoi to attend a meeting at “Bolsa” (1 leaf). January 21, 1889.

Box 5, Folder 27

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi; Insurance of the ship is “15,000 pesos" (1 leaf). February 20, 1890.

Box 5, Folder 28

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi; remarks on dalies of Asuncion (1 leaf). November 5, 1890.

Box 5, Folder 29

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi; On the purchase of instruments (1 leaf). November 6, 1891.

Box 5, Folder 30

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding to the politics of the Caballeros and Benigno Ferreira (1 leaf). August 21, 1894.

Box 5, Folder 31

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding Juan Silvano Godoi’s daughter Haide, dying from tuberculosis (1 leaf). February 19, 1897.

Box 5, Folder 32

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding the health of Haide. Informes Juan Silvano Godoi that the sons of Gen. Patricio Escobar will join the army (1 leaf). February 27, 1897.

Box 5, Folder 33

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about his conversation with Audibert concerning some documents about the boundaries of Chaco with Bolivia (1 leaf). March 20, 1897.

Box 5, Folder 34

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about two parties that emerged during the achninistration of Juan Batista Egusquiza (1 leaf). April 24, 1897.

Box 5, Folder 35

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about his political defeat (1 leaf). April 18, 1900.

Box 5, Folder 36

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); The government is getting worse by day (1 leaf). July 10, 1900.

Box 5, Folder 37

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes that the solution of his problem in “Mato Grosso” will be unfavorable (2 leaves). October 14, 1900.

Box 5, Folder 38

Enrique Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi; He thinks it is not possible to find out if certain guns are still for sale (1 leaf). circa 1919.

Box 5, Folder 39

Federico Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Federico Solano Lopez, son of Franciso Solano Lopez, asks for help with “Banco de la provincia” (1 card). January 9, 1890.

Box 5, Folder 40

Pedro Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Acknowledges receipt of a copy of Juan Silvano Godoi’s work, “Ultimas operaciones de guerra del Gral Jose E. Diaz,” and compares it with his other work (2 leaves). May 5, 1897.

Box 5, Folder 41

Arsenio Lopez Decoud to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Reply to production of “Album Grafico de la Republica del Paraguay” (2 leaves). April 12, 1911.

Box 5, Folder 42

F. Lynch to Juan Silvano Godoi; Regrets that he can not pay him a visit (1 card). undated.

Box 5, Folder 43

Gabriel Machain to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Warns him that police will take inventory of his and Jose Segundo Decoud’s possessions and confiscate some of them (2 leaves). September 6, 1874.

Box 5, Folder 44

Jose Machain to Juan Silvano Godoi (Rosario,Argentina); Jose Macham, Paraguayan diplomatic representative in 1876 to the United States, writes about his longing for Paraguay (2 leaves). November 30, 1872.

Box 5, Folder 45

Raymundo Machain to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Writes about Nicanor Godoi’s wound (1 leaf). July 26, 1878.

Box 5, Folder 46

Raymundo Machain to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); mostly written in code (2 leaves). August 8, 1878.

Box 5, Folder 47

Raymundo Machain to Juan Silvano Godoi (Concordia,Argentina); Complains about the dullness of life in Concordia (2 leaves). December 9, 1880.

Box 5, Folder 48

"Gobernador de la Provencia de Entre" by C.T. Marco to Juan Silvano Godoi (Parana,Argentina); Acknowledges the tribute made by Godoi to Justo Jose de Urguiza in the newspaper “El Liberal” (1 leaf). July 2, 1921.

Box 5, Folder 49

Arturo Martin to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Sends several publications to the library, as part of an institutional exchange (1 leaf). May 29, 1908.

Box 5, Folder 50

Rufino Mazo to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Rufino Mazo, Paraguayan politician, acknowledges receiving a copy of “Ultiiuas operaciones de guerra del General Diaz” (2 leaves). May 11, 1897.

Box 5, Folder 51

Flortensia Mazzante to Juan Silvano Godoi (Goya,Argentina); Appreciates the dedication given on the first page of Juan Silvano Godoi’s “Monografias Historicas” (1 leaf). March 29, 1902.

Box 5, Folder 52

Pedro M. Medrano to Juan Silvano Godoi; Wondering about the money that Juan Silvano Godoi send him through E.S.A Lopez (1 leaf). January 28, 1890.

Box 5, Folder 53

Pedro M. Medrano to Juan Silvano Godoi; Informs Juan Silvano Godoi that Dr. Bibilone would like to talk with him urgently (1 leaf). Febraury 12, 1890.

Box 5, Folders 54-55

Pedro M. Medrano to Juan Silvano Godoi; Concerns the affair of the “Banco Trasatlantico” (1 folders). April 18, 1891.

Box 5, Folder 56

Alejandro M. to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Reply to three publications on the centennial of Bolivia (1 leaf). May 23, 1888.

Box 5, Folder 57

Dejesus Molas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Quyquyo,Paraguay) (1 leaf). July 30, 1921.

Box 5, Folder 58

Pedro Montt to Juan Silvano Godoi (Santiago de Chile); Montt, president of Chile (1906-1910), acknowledges receiving copies of Juan Silvano Godoi’s works on Paraguay (2 leaves). March 19, 1907.

Box 5, Folder 59

Silvano Mosqueira Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Mosqueira, Paraguayan poet and diplamat, writes about Juan Silvano Godoi’s brother (Nicanor?) (1 leaf). February 12, 1904.

Box 5, Folder 60

Silvano Mosquiera to Juan Silvano Godoi (Rio de Janeiro,Brazil); Discusses some patriotic works (4 leaves). October 26, 1914.

Box 5, Folder 61

Silvano Mosqueira to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Speaks of the progress that has been made (2 leaves). February 28, 1919.

Box 5, Folder 62

Julio Ocampos to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about politics in Paraguay and the nomination of Bernardino Caballero as Minister of Interior (1 leaf). August 14, 1877.

Box 5, Folder 63

Minstro Argentino and Senora de Olascoaga to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Invitation to a reception (1 card). May 15, 1922.

Box 5, Folder 64

Juan Emiliano O'leary to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); O’Leary (1879-1968), revisionist historian, author and head of Paraguayan National Archive, writes about his work, “Aquidaban,” on General Jose Eduvigis Diaz (2 leaves). April 18, 1904.

Box 5, Folder 65

Juan Emiliano O'leary to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Begs pardon of Juan Silvano Godoi (2 leaves). February 13, 1908.

Box 5, Folder 66

Juan Emiliano O'leary to Juan Silvano Godoi; Sends Juan Silvano Godoi a copy of “El Civico”; speaks of the needs of the fatherland (3 leaves). March 18, 1908.

Box 5, Folder 67

to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about a sum of Argentine money being sent (2 leaves). 1897.

Box 5, Folder 68

Mariano L. Olleros to Juan Silvano Godoi (Formosa,Argentina); Olleros, an Argentinian journalist, was the editor of “El Civico” in Paraguay, expresses his thanks to Juan Silvano Godoi for his encouragement (2 leaves). September 3, 1906.

Box 5, Folder 69

Mariano L. Olleros to Juan Silvano Godoi (Formosa,Argentina); Praises Juan E. O’Leary and wishes that country had more energetic people like him, even though they stand against Olleros’s principles (2 leaves). March 14, 1907.

Box 5, Folder 70

Mariano L. Olleros to Juan Silvano Godoi (Formosa,Argentina); Writes about injustices and slanders that occurring among the members of the immigration office. In conclusion he mentions General Lucio Mansilla, his grandfather (11 leaves). March 27, 1907.

Box 5, Folder 71

Mariano L. Olleros to Juan Silvano Godoi (Formosa,Argentina); Expresses his gratitude of receiving support from the foreign minister, Sr. Estarislao S. Zeballos (1 leaf). June 26, 1907.

Box 5, Folder 72

Aquiles B. Oribe to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Oribe, Uruguayan intellectual and historian, thanks Juan Silvano Godoi for sending him a copy of his work: “El asalto a los acorazados — Comandente Jose Dolores Molas” (1 leaf). July 18, 1920.

Box 5, Folder 73

Domingo A. Ortiz to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Ortiz, Minister of Justice in 1871, writes about Juan Silvano Godoi’s resignation from his post as a iueinber of “Superior Tribunal” (1 leaf). October 26, 1871.

Box 5, Folder 74

Salvador Maria Oviedo to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Complains about bureaucratic difficulties within the ministry of education. Congratulates Juan Silvano Godoi on his patriotism (1 leaf). July 20, 1884.

Box 5, Folder 75

Salvador Maria Oviedo to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Writes about Nicanor Godoi’s move to Correntes (2 leaves). August 10, 1884.

Box 5, Folder 76

Salvador Maria Oviedo to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); Introduces Flaminio Pizzariello; treats the sale of land in Misiones (1 leaf). November 12, 1884.

Box 5, Folder 77

Salvador Maria Oviedo to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes, Argentina); He is looking for Mayor Jose Silvano Daza; negotiated the land of mission and has mandated 25 stamps for the receiver’s office of Corrientes (1 leaf). December 4, 1884.

Box 5, Folder 78

Salvador Maria Oviedo to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Granted a diplomatic visit to his friend Mayor Daza; expresses worry about possiblity of being transfered to Catamarca, Argentina (2 leaves). February 22, 1885.

Box 5, Folder 79

Salvador Maria Oviedo to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Acknowledges dedication of his exact but inappreciable portrait (1 leaf). August 15, 1885.

Box 5, Folder 80

E.M. Palaberry to Juan Silvano Godoi; Must speak with Juan Silvano Godoi (1 leaf). September 24, 1884.

Box 5, Folder 81

Angel D. Pena to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Pena, a member of “Asociacion Paraguaya” in Buenos Aires during 1860s, disagrees with idealized and exaggerated description of General Jose Eduvigis Diaz in Juan Silvano Godoi’s work (2 leaves). July 16, 1897.

Box 5, Folder 82

Miguel Perce to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Perce, secretary of the Ministry of Justice, asks Juan Silvano Godoi to specify the make and price of the typewriter that he wants for the archive (1 leaf). July 3, 1923.

Box 5, Folder 83

Felipe Chiquito Perez to Juan Silvano Godoi; Regarding Salvador Jovellanos, prsident of Paraguay, 1871—74 (2 leaves). undated.

Box 5, Folder 84

Sofia Perousha to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Letter is partly in code--reminds Juan silvano Godoi that everyone remembers him in Asuncion (1 leaf). April 23, 1884.

Box 5, Folder 85

Romona Perreira to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Refers to a pamphlet entitled: “Compendio de Economia Domestica” (2 leaves). May 18, 1900.

Box 5, Folder 86

Pedro Petit to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Thanks Juan Silvano Godoi for his notes on Dr. Juan Carlos Gomez (1 leaf). October 31, 1881.

Box 5, Folder 87

Felipe Augusto Picot to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Details the assassination of President Juan Bautista Gill by Nicanor Godoi. Also he mentions the Nicanor’s death (which was only a rumor, in fact Nicanor escaped to Corrientes) (8 leaves). June 2, 1877.

Box 5, Folder 88

Felipe Augusto Picot to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Writes about a letter that he had received from Spanish painter, Juan de la Cruz Navarette (4 leaves). June 5, 1877.

Box 5, Folder 89

Felipe Augusto Picot to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Writes about Luis de la Navarrette (1 leaf). October 3, 1879.

Box 5, Folder 90

Flamincio Pizzariello to Juan Silvano Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Wishes to see Juan Silvano Godoi (1 leaf). January 10, 1885.

Box 5, Folder 91

Zenon Ramirez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Sending data about a sulphur mine in Venezuela, which was discovered during Triple Alliance War by an English engineer, Charles Twyte (4 leaves). March 10, 1918.

Box 5, Folder 92

Guillermo Da Re to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Da Re, painter and author of “los cuadros episodios nacionales de la Republic Argentina y del Paraguay”, wrote several letters to Juan Silvano Godoi about his work and a postcard from Milan, inviting him to Milan. December 21, 1922.

Box 5, Folder 93

Arturo Rebaudi to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Arturo Rebaudi, a medical doctor educated in Italy, sends Christmas greeting to Juan Silvano Godoi (1 leaf). December 21, 1922.

Box 5, Folder 94

Ovidio Rebvaudi to Juan SIlvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Ovidio Rebaudi, a chemist by profession and brother of Arturo, writes about political decline in Brazil, and wonders if the time is appropriate to invade the north (1 leaf). February 6, 1910.

Box 5, Folder 95

Manuel [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Congratulates Juan Silvano Godoi on fiftieth anniversary of 1870 constitutional convention in which he took a part (1 leaf). November 19, 1920.

Box 5, Folder 96

Marcos Riquelune to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes that Juan Silvano Godoi has been nominated secretary of the “Canara de Diputados” (1 leaf). January 12, 1875.

Box 5, Folder 97

Belizario Riverarola [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Rivarola, publicist and editor, asks about national library (1 card). undated.

Box 5, Folder 98

Fernando Rivarola to Juan Silvano Godoi(Asuncion,Paraguay); Fernando Rivarola, brother—in—law of Juan Silvano Godoi anddirector of tourism, notifies that the box will be shipped on the following day (1 leaf). February 2, 1897.

Box 5, Folder 99

Fernando Rivarola to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Sends him New Year’s greetings (1 leaf). January 1, 1899.

Box 5, Folder 100

Miguel F. Rodriguez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Rodriguez, president of the Argentine National Library, sends 478 works to help form an Argentine section in the Paraguayan National Library (1 leaf). October 9, 1925.

Box 5, Folder 101

Pedro Romero to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Sends an article to be printed in “La Nacion” (1 leaf). August 25, 1888.

Box 5, Folder 102

Jose Ruffo to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Regarding transferral of power of attorney (1 leaf). August 19, 1877.

Box 5, Folder 103

Narciso Santamarina to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding lands at the border of Picomayo river. circa 1890.

Box 5, Folder 104

J.C. Schwab to Juan Silvano Godoi (New Haven,Connecticut); Schwab, Yale University Librarian, expressed interest in establishing book exchange program between two libraries (1 leaf). November 27, 1907.

Box 5, Folder 105

Jose Sienra Carranza; Carranza, Uruguayan lawyer and diplomat, treats some deliberations with Don chaval ceval (2 leaves). undated.

Box 5, Folder 106

Jose Sienra Carranza to Juan Silvano Godoi; Comments on “composition sobre Yataity Cora.” Yataity Cora was the site where Francisco Solano Lopez and Bartolome Mitre met on September 13, 1866, to try to end Triple Alliance War (1 leaf). May 16, 1890.

Box 5, Folder 107

Jose Sienra Carranza to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); New Year's greetings (1 card). January 1, 1891.

Box 5, Folder 108

Jose Sienra Carranza to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Sends greetings (1 leaf). December 3, 1891.

Box 5, Folder 109

Jose Sienra Carranza to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Writes about Juan Silvano Godoi’s “Monografias historicas” (2 leaves). September 11, 1893.

Box 5, Folder 110

Jose Sienra Carranza to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Had intended to send a pamphlet on the personality of the president (2 leaves). January 31, 1901.

Box 5, Folder 111

Jose Sienra Carranza to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Inquires the name of a Brazilian author who writes about Triple Alliance War (4 leaves). January 1, 1908.

Box 5, Folder 112

Ruperto Sosa to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Explains the causes of his leaving Paraguay (5 leaves). February 19, 1884.

Box 5, Folder 113

Juan Manual Sosa Escalada to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Sosa Escalada, author of several historical studies and a prominent Liberal Party leader, writes about documents atributed to the first independent countries; has a commentary on “El Baron de Rio Branco” (4 leaves) October 19, 1913.

Box 5, Folder 114

Juan Manual Sosa Escalada to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Asks summary of instructions made by the founding fathers (1 leaf). Janaury 22, 1914.

Box 5, Folder 115

Antonio Taboada to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Taboada writes a political conciliation letter to Benigno Ferreira and Juan silvano Godoi (1 leaf). October 30, 1889.

Box 5, Folder 116

Antonio Toboada to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about elections and the activities of the “Centro Democratico” (2 leaves). November 29, 1890.

Box 5, Folder 117

Antonio Toboada to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes that situation of the campaign is sad, that many of the national workers who live in the country side, fear being forced into the army by the political chiefs (2 leaves). May 14, 1891.

Box 5, Folder 118

Antonio Toboada to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about their cause and the will of the majority of the country; states that the government should not become an instrument of the followers of Bernardino Caballero and Patricio Escobar (4 leaves). March 24, 1891.

Box 5, Folder 119

Federico Tobal to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Dr. Tobal refers to congressional candidacy; advises Juan Silvano Godoi to keep healthy (2 leaves). July 6, 1898.

Box 5, Folder 120

Jose Maria Torres to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Reply to JSG’s work on Elias Garcia; before 1904 revolution, Garcia was one of the three young men who headed the Paraguayan Committee in Buenos Aires (10 leaves). September 4, 1925.

Box 5, Folder 121

"Memorandum of Carlos Tuvo" to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (1 leaf). September 23, 1891.

Box 5, Folder 122

Jose Urdapilleta to Juan Silvano Godoi (La Plata, Argentina); Urdapilleta, a Paraguayan politician and presidential candidate in 1877, writes to Juan Silvano Godoi (1 leaf). March 10, 1892.

Box 5, Folder 123

Felipe de Urquiza to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regardin accusations within the “Comision de Legislacion y Negocios Constitucionales” (1 leaf). August 13, 1872.

Box 5, Folder 124

Jose Vallega to Juan Silvano Godoi; regarding collection of "sellos" (1 card). undated.

Box 5, Folder 125

Pacifico de Vargas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Introduces Rodolfo Saguier (1 leaf). November 26, 1887.

Box 6, Folder 1

Pacifico de Vargas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion ,Paraguay); Has just arrived in Asuncion; writes about the happenings in the city (1 leaf). July 5, 1896.

Box 6, Folder 2

Pacifico de Vargas to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Inquires about the health of Juan Silvano Godoi’s daughter, Haide (1 leaf). January 16, 1897.

Box 6, Folder 3

Maria Eugenie Vaz Ferreira to Juan Silvano Godoi; Vaz Ferrera, an Urugauayan poetress, speaks about her way of life and creation of art (2 leaves). March 2, 1901.

Box 6, Folder 4

Professor Sa Vianna to Juan Silvano Godoi (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil); Vianna, a Brazilian professsor of international law at the Rio law school, sends work on international law for JSG’s “Biblioteca Americana” (1 leaf). September 14, 1914.

Box 6, Folder 5

Juan de Dios Villamayor to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Discusses the difficulties involved in political life, quoting General Bartolome Mitre (4 leaves). June 21, 1910.

Box 6, Folder 6

Juan de Dios Villamayor to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Treats Juan Silvano Godoi’s book, “Alberdi por el Senor Olleros”, and conferences in general (6 leaves). August 31, 1910.

Box 6, Folder 7

"Biblioteca Nacional" Julio Virgil [?] to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Acknowledges receiving two of JSG’s works (1 leaf). January 26, 1907.

Box 6, Folder 8

Estanislao S. Zeballos to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Zeballos, Argentine minister of culture, notes Juan Silvano Godoi’s works on the Paraguayan war (1 card). December 15, 1906.

Box 6, Folder 9

Estanislao S. Zeballos to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Notes Juan Silvano Godoi’s recommendation of Sr. Mariano Olleros as Argentine consul in Asuncion (1 leaf). January 4, 1907.

Box 6, Folder 10

Estanislao S. Zeballos to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); He was surprised at the unjust and incorrect commentaries that appeared in the press of Asuncion; he wonders if they have forgotten that he has always been a good friend of Paraguay (2 leaves) February 5, 1907.

Box 6, Folder 11

Estanislao S. Zeballos to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); He will be involved in JSG's affair (1 leaf). March 11, 1907.

Box 6, Folder 12

Estanislao S. Zeballos to Juan Silvano Godoi (Mar de Plata, Argentina); Is surprised at Juan Silvano Godoi’s offering him a business proposition, since government ministers are not allowed to accept such offers. Promises disinterested help (1 leaf). March 30, 1907.

Box 6, Folder 13

Ministro de Paraguay to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Invites Juan Silvano godoi to attend a reception in honor of the Minister of Brazil, Gaston da Cunha (1 card). December 18, 1908.

Box 6, Folder 14

hand written letter to Juan Silvano Godoi; Sends information about when the equestrian pictures of Francisco Solano Lopez and Jose Eduviges Diaz were taken by Guillerno Da Re (1 leaf). April 1896.

Box 6, Folder 15

to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Mentions the rumor that Albino Jara, son of a very prominent Colorado, has been beaten and taken prisoner (1 leaf). March 10, 1912.

Box 6, Folder 16

to Juan Silvano Godoi (Montevideo, Uruguay); Concerns then social struggle in Paraguay (4 leaves). August 1, 1910.

Box 6, Folder 17

to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Notifies Juan Silvano godoi that he, along with Cecilio Baez and Ramon I. Cardozo, will attend the “Congreso Internacional de Historia de America,” in Rio de Janeiro, September 1922 (1 leaf). May 18, 1921.

Box 6, Folder 18

to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); President of the “Comision Nacional de Asistencia Publica” informs Juan Silvano Godoi of new lottery law (1 leaf). August 4, 1915.

Box 6, Folder 19

Robert A. Chodasiewicz to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Announces move to another residence (1 card). undated.

Box 6, Folder 20

to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Request remission of 383 pesos (1 leaf). July 20, 1893.

Box 7, Folder 1

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ricardo Owen [?] (Paris,France); Since Godoi could not read English, asks Owen to translate his previous letter into Spanish (1 leaf). October 12, 1881.

Box 7, Folder 2

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ricardo Acheval (Buenos Aires,Argentina); payment of a debt (1 leaf). August 14, 1893.

Box 7, Folder 3

Juan Silvano Godoi to Manuel Avila (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Godoi writes about political situation in Paraguay to Manuel Avila, veteran of Triple Alliance war, journalist, and government officer (2 leaves). March 22, 1890.

Box 7, Folder 4

Juan Silvano Godoi to Cecilio Baez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Baez, a Paraguayan historian, jurist and statesman, receives comments from Juan Silvano Godoi on his work, “Ensayo sobre el Dr. Francia” (1 leaf). December 10, 1911.

Box 7, Folder 5

Juan Silvano Godoi to Cecilio Baez (Asuncion,Paraguay); He points out Baez’ comparison between “Dictator Francia y el Protector de Inglaterra” (3 leaves). December 12, 1911.

Box 7, Folder 6

Juan Silvano Godoi to Manuael D. Duarte Benitez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Speaks about a gathering in honor of General Jose E. Diaz, hero of Curupaity (1 leaf). October 31, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 7

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ricardo Brugada (Asuncion,Paraguay); Acknowledges invitation to a literary conference from R. Brugada, a Spanish lawyer (1 leaf). June 19, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 8

Juan Silvano Godoi [?] to Augusto Calcena (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Attempts to recover private papers (2 leaves) March 12, 1880.

Box 7, Folder 9

Juan Silvano Godoi to Maximo del Campo (Asuncion,Paraguay); On affairs of the Chilean Carlos Valenzuela Bernales in “la campana de Haugua” (1 leaf). October 9, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 10

Juan Silvano Godoi to Romona J. Carcano (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes to Carcano, an Argentine jurisconsul, about the breaking up of the Paraguayan aristocracy (3 leaves). January 17, 1911.

Box 7, Folder 11

Juan Silvano Godoi to Juan B. Centurion; Writes to Centurion, co—founder and editor of “Revista Historica”, about organizing the National Library (1 leaf). undated.

Box 7, Folder 12

Juan Silvano Godoi to Mariano L. Olleros (Asuncion,Paraguay); Reply to Bust of the General Jose Eduvigis Diaz (2 leaves). September 8, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 13

Juan Silvano Godoi to Daniel Codas (Asuncion,Paraguay); Codas, a Paraguayan journalist and politician, was a member of the Liberal Party (1 leaf). November 23, 1911.

Box 7, Folder 14

Juan Silvano Godoi to Contador General de la nacion (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding expenditure of the museum and archive (1 leaf). November 3, 1924.

Box 7, Folder 15

Juan Silvano Godoi to Cordero; Thanks Cordero, Argentine capitalist and land speculator, for two bottles of “chateau’ (1 leaf). July 24, 1884.

Box 7, Folder 16

Juan Silvano Godoi to Jose Segundo Decoud (Buenos Aires,Argentina); On 25,300 pesos in gold for the purchase of armaments (1 leaf). January 12, 1893.

Box 7, Folder 17

Juan Silvano Godoi to Manuel S. Duarte (Asuncion,Paraguay); Askes Duarte, a naval officer living in Berlin, news from Germany (2 leaves). July 6, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 18

Juan Silvano Godoi Viriato D. Perez (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Writes about general strike of 1919, so called “La semana Tragica” to which he was a witness (1 leaf). January 23, 1919.

Box 7, Folder 19

Juan Silvano Godoi to Miguel Ferrando (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Reply to his own work, “Monografias Historicas” (2 leaves). February 20, 1893.

Box 7, Folder 20

Juan Silvano Godoi to Benigo Ferreira (London,England); Godoi writes in detail about his negotiation and life in London (5 leaves). September 24, 1881.

Box 7, Folder 21

Juan Silvano Godoi to Berigno Ferreira (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Concerns one million Argentine pesos (1 leaf). November 20, 1899.

Box 7, Folder 22

Juan Silvano Godoi to Juan Bautista Gaona (Asuncion,Paraguay); Godoi offers his art works and library to the state through the president of Paraguay, Juan Bautista Gaona. He also describes his collection of ambers (9 leaves). June 8, 1904.

Box 7, Folder 23

Juan Silvano Godoi to Eugenio Garay; Writes to E. Garay, hero of the Chaco war, about article of Sr. Jimenez ( 1 leaf). circa 1906.

Box 7, Folder 24

Juan Silvano Godoi to Elias [?] Garcia (Asuncion,Paraguay); Notes he has recieved a letter from his father in Corrientes (2 leaves). December 26, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 25

Juan Silvano Godoi to Bienvenida Riverola de Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Godoi congratulates his wife on the birth of their child (1 leaf). September 16, 1878.

Box 7, Folder 26

Juan Silvano Godoi to Bienvenida Riverola de Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Notes that his earlier letters were mistakenly dated September 5 (1 leaf). October 6, 1878.

Box 7, Folder 27

Juan Silvano Godoi to Bienvenida Riverola de Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Informs his wife though a prisoner, he is well, and asks her to permit no one to touch his boxes (1 leaf). July 15, 1879.

Box 7, Folder 28

Juan Silvano Godoi to Bienvenida Riverola de Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Juan Silvano Godoi, now a prisoner of the Argenine after abortive “Galileo” expedition, asks his wife to obtain 510 pesos (1 leaf). July 22, 1879.

Box 7, Folder 29

Juan Silvano Godoi to Bienvenida Riverola de Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Writes that Nicanor has been appointed a political chief of Santo Tome in the upper Uruguay (1 leaf). October 7, 1883.

Box 7, Folder 30

Juan Silvano Godoi to Bienvenida Riverola de Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Reminds her to bring three bottles of Paraguayan rum (1 leaf). April 24, 1884.

Box 7, Folder 31

Juan Silvano Godoi to Bienvenida Riverola de Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Congratulates his wife on the birth of their child (1 leaf). April 9, 1887.

Box 7, Folder 32

Juan Silvano Godoi to Bienvenida Riverola de Godoi; Asks his wife to pay 130 pesos for a property (1 leaf). undated.

Box 7, Folder 33

Juan Silvano Godoi to Haide A. Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Criticises Haide, his daughter, for not writing (1 leaf). August 5, 1895.

Box 7, Folder 34

Juan Silvano Godoi to Haide A. Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Mentions the wedding of her cousin (1 leaf). August 21, 1895.

Box 7, Folder 35

Juan Silvano Godoi to Haide A. Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Sends books and pictures (1 leaf). September 19, 1895.

Box 7, Folder 36

Juan Silvano Godoi to Leticia Juana Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Sends his daughter a New Year’s gift (1 leaf). January 1, 1897.

Box 7, Folder 37

Juan Silvano Godoi Lucio Sila Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Congratulates his son on a test result, and gives him some fatherly advice (1 leaf). December 12, 1896.

Box 7, Folder 38

"Telegram" by Juan Silvano Godoi to Quinto Godoi; He informs that will be leaving by train on the first of April (1 leaf). undated.

Box 7, Folder 39

Juan Silvano Godoi to Luis Alberto de Herrera (Asuncion,Paraguay); Herrera, an Uruguayan politician, receives Godoi’s praise for his literary works (2 leaves). December 11, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 40

Juan Silvano Godoi to Julio Harrera y Obes (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Writes about politics to Herrera y Obes, president of Uruguay from 1890-94, and mentions Thiers, Gladstone, Bismarck, etc (2 leaves). August 25, 1899.

Box 7, Folder 41

Juan Silvano Godoi to Rafael Montesinos (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Writes about Paraguayan politics (1 leaf). December 24, 1890.

Box 7, Folder 42

Juan Silvano Godoi to Arturo Juega Farrulla (Asuncion,Paraguay); Godoi writes to Arturo J. Farrulla, an Uruguayan historian, about his work on Herrera y Obes (1 leaf). October 26, 1917.

Box 7, Folder 43

Juan Silvano Godoi to Rodolfo Jurado; Asks when he is going to take his trip (1 leaf). undated.

Box 7, Folder 44

Juan Silvano Godoi to Caballeros Klub y Perez [?] (Asuncion,Paraguay); Transaction vis—a—vis 540 pesos (1 leaf). July 22, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 45

Juan Silvano Godoi to Martin Llanos (Asuncion, Paraguay); Congratulates him for his brother’s success (1 leaf). September 23, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 46

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ceferino Lopez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Has brought munitions to the government (1 leaf). July 17, 1902.

Box 7, Folder 47

Juan Silvano Godoi to Berges de Martinez; Writes about Jose Berges, a Paraguayan statesman and relative of Berges de Martinez (1 leaf). 1919.

Box 7, Folder 48

Juan Silvano Godoi to Joaquin Meaurio (Asuncion,Paraguay); Wishes to include numbers of Meaurio’s periodical, “Rojo y Azul,” in his “Biblioteca Americana” (1 leaf). July 14, 1909.

Box 7, Folder 49

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ministro de Justicia (Asuncion, Paraguay); Requests money for the maintenance of the museum and the archive (2 leaves). December 17, 1910.

Box 7, Folder 50

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ministro de Justicia (Asuncion, Paraguay); Requests a series of documents related to Father Fidel Maiz, a Paraguayan priest, journalist and Triple Alliance War figure (2 leaves). December 17, 1909.

Box 7, Folder 51

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ministro de Justicia (Asuncion, Paraguay); Evaluates the Paraguayan National Library, Archive and Museum (2 leaves). March 5, 1921.

Box 7, Folder 52

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ministro de Justicia (Asuncion, Paraguay); Regarding acquisition of money to cover expenses of Archive (1 leaf). January 11, 1924.

Box 7, Folder 53

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ministro de Justicia (Asuncion, Paraguay); Requests improvements and cleaning of National Archive building (1 leaf). June 17, 1924.

Box 7, Folder 54

Juan Silvano Godoi to Ministro del Interior, etc. (Asuncion, Paraguay); Complains of postal service, etc (2 leaves). circa 1907.

Box 7, Folder 55

Juan Silvano Godoi to Constantino Misch (Asuncion, Paraguay); Godoi complains to Misch, Postmaster General, for sending his letter to Juan S. Gross (1 leaf). July 3, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 56

Juan Silvano Godoi to Rafael Montesinos (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Godoi notifies Montesinos, a Spanish painter, that paintings have arrived (2 leaves). June 14, 1890.

Box 7, Folder 57

Juan Silvano Godoi to Mariano Olleros (Asuncion, Paraguay); Regarding financial questions of the country (1 leaf). September 27, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 58

Juan Silvano Godoi to Mariano Olleros (Asuncion, Paraguay); Godoi writes that Miguel Cane, an Argentine public figure, retired and complains that Cane spent 20 years on European arts without doing anything useful (1 leaf). December 26, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 59

Juan Silvano Godoi to Salvador Maria Oviedo (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Regarding nomination by one of his friends as the political leader in the capital (1 leaf). July 28, 1884.

Box 7, Folder 60

Juan Silvano Godoi to Marcelino Perez Martinez (Asuncion, Paraguay); Regarding the project of the constitution; Perez Martinez was noted expert in Guarani (1 leaf). November 6, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 61

Juan Silvano Godoi to Presidente de la Camara de... (Asuncion, Paraguay); Godoi asks the president of the chamber of deputies interpretation of certain judicial terms of Roman law (2 leaves). August 9, 1872.

Box 7, Folder 62

Juan Silvano Godoi to Francisco Rolon (Asuncion, Paraguay); Recomends Manuel Benitez to Rolon who was Minister of Agriculture under the Felix Paiva government (3 leaves). December 13, 1906.

Box 7, Folder 63

Juan Silvano Godoi to Sec. de la oficina gen. de... (Paris, France); Draft letter on postal matters (2 leaves). October 12, 1881.

Box 7, Folder 64

Juan Silvano Godoi to Sec. de la oficina gen. de... (Paris, France); Godoi complains that he was receiving letters from South America addressed to other peoples (1 leaf). October 12, 1881.

Box 7, Folder 65

Juan Silvano Godoi to Fortunato Solano; Regarding meeting with Leandro Alem (1842-1896), one of the founders of the Argentine Radical Party, and Carlos Pellegini (1846-1906), president of Argentina (1890-92) (3 leaves). undated.

Box 7, Folder 66

Juan Silvano Godoi to Justiniana C. de Somoza (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Godoi does not wish to continue speaking about the matter (1 leaf). December 5, 1883.

Box 7, Folder 67

Juan Silvano Godoi to Juan M. Sosa Escalada (Asuncion, Paraguay); Godoi writes to Sosa Escalada, an active member of Liberal Party in the 1904 revolution, and questions the importance of being born in Paraguay in order to be qualified to run for president (3 leaves). December 23, 1910.

Box 7, Folder 68

Juan Silvano Godoi Julua F. de del Valle (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil); Expresses condolences on the death of her husband (3 leaves). February 17, 1896.

Box 7, Folder 69

Juan Silvano Godoi to Pacifico de Vargas (Buenos Aires, Argentina); About the house of Macias Rodriguez (2 leaves). November 2, 1892.

Box 7, Folder 70

Juan Silvano Godoi to Benito Villamine (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Recommends Jose Galvez to his old colleague from the “Colegio de Santa Fe” (2 leaves). June 1, 1892.

Box 7, Folder 71

Juan Sylvano Godoi to Estanislao S. Zeballos (Asuncion,Paraguay); Notes on historical works (2 leaves). March 18, 1907.

Box 7, Folder 72

Juan Silvano Godoi to a "compadre" (Buenos Aires, Argentina); regarding A. Audibert, a compatriot (1 leaf). September 20, 1881.

Box 7, Folder 73

Juan Silvano Godoi to "El mundo americano..." (Asuncion, Paraguay); Notes the importance of the great men of America, e.g. George Washington (1 leaf). July 9, 1924.

Box 8, Folder 1

"Senor Ministro" by Benjamin Aceval to Jose T. Sosa (Asuncion,Paraguay); Aceval resigns his office as the director of “del Banco Agricola”; he was Paraguayan representative at the Rutherford B. Hayes arbitration negotiations regarding the ownership of the Gran Chaco (1 leaf). May 27, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 2

Jose Feliz Aldao to Jose de San Martin; Regarding military affairs and maneuvers; San Martin (1778-1850) seen as the Liberator of southern South America (1 leaf). circa 1821.

Box 8, Folder 3

Ferderico Alonso to Nicanor Godoi; Alonso, a founder of the “Asociacion Paraguaya” in Buenos Aires, 1864, needs to see Nicanor urgently (1 leaf). December 19, 1874.

Box 8, Folder 4

Justo P. Alvarez; Details of Carnaval in Paraguay; notes that Haide, Godoi’s daughter, danced a good deal (2 leaves). undated.

Box 8, Folder 5

"Estimada senora" by Justo P. Alvarez to Bienvenida Rivarola de Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Notifies Godoi of the death (by snakebite) of “una chica de Vargas” (2 leaves). February 20, 1896.

Box 8, Folder 6

2 letters by Jose Rual Angulo to Benigno Ferreira; Angulo scolds Ferreira for his miserable behavior (2 leaves). October 31, 1874.

Box 8, Folder 7

"Senora" by Elias Ayala to Bienvenida Rivarola de Godoi (La Plata,Argentina); Agala was a leader of the 1904 revolt November 19, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 8

Cecilio Baez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Inviation to a banquet given in honor of Theodore Roosevelt (1 card). December 5, 1913.

Box 8, Folder 9

Isabel Baez to Jose Antonio Zelada (Tebicuary,Paraguay); Writes about her father, Santiago Baez (2 leaves). January 4, 1818.

Box 8, Folder 10

Sanitago Baez to Florencio Antonio Zelada; Relates to the purchase of land from Francisco Ortiz (2 leaves). circa 1785.

Box 8, Folder 11

Sanitago Baez to Florencio Antonio Zelada (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding to the governing of “Yapeyu”, former Jesuit mission (1 leaf). October 27, 1811.

Box 8, Folder 12

Benigno [?] to Benigo Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Banegas, a naval officer, writes about preparations for civil war (3 leaves). February 15, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 13

Candido Bareiro to Bernardino Caballero (Ita Ybate); Bareiro, President of Paraguay who died in the office in 1880, writes to Caballero, who became president after his death, about horses and other elements that would arrive on May 3, 1873 (1 leaf). May 2, 1873.

Box 8, Folder 14

"A los señores Comerciantes de la Campana" by Vicente A. Barrios y Cia. to Businessmen of the interior (Corrientes,Argentina); Regarding marketing of tobacco negro (1 leaf). September 1, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 15

Gregorio Benitez to Silvano Mosqueira (Villa Rica,Paraguay); G. Benitez, a Paraguayan diplomat, has received a copy of Juan Silvano Godoi’s “Ensayos” (1 leaf). September 16, 1902.

Box 8, Folder 16

Justo Pastor Benitez (Rio de Janeiro,Brazil); Justo Pastor Benitez, a Paraguayan historian & politician, refers to his essay on Juan Silvano Godoi, published in “EL Solar Guarani” (2 leaves). July 8, 1945.

Box 8, Folder 17

Manuel Benitez [?] to Fermin [?]; Asks for advice in financial affairs (1 leaf). August 30, 1884.

Box 8, Folder 18

Manuel Benitez to Salvador Doldan; Asks for money from an old friend (1 leaf). October 17, 1816.

Box 8, Folder 19

M. Biedma to Matias Goiburu (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Biedma, an Argentine politician, notifies Goiburu, who was involved in the 1877 assassination of Paraguay president, that B. Ferreira has acknowledged the receipt of his last article published in “La Libertad" (1 leaf). October 7, 1876.

Box 8, Folder 20

Pedro Bobodilla to Emilio Aceval (Asuncion,Paraguay); Bobodilla, Justice Minister during Emilio Aceval administration, resigns from his post (1 leaf). January 2, 1902.

Box 8, Folder 21

Francisco Barba (Bella Vista,Paraguay); Regrets being unable to attend affair because of daughter’s illness (1 leaf). August 5, 1879.

Box 8, Folder 22

Manuel Cabanas to Salvador Doldan (Cordillera,Paraguay); Re purchase & transmission of 84 “tercios yerba” (2 leaves). October 6, 1807.

Box 8, Folder 23

Manuel Cabanas to Salvador Doldan (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding brother-in-law of Salvador Doldan (1 leaf). August 4, 1813.

Box 8, Folder 24

Jose Rufo Camino Mariano Gonzalez (Parana,Argentina); Letter to Paraguayan minister of treasury, requesting salary and maintenance cost for the Paraguayan consulate in Parana (1 leaf). December 31, 1864.

Box 8, Folder 25

Jose Zacarias Caminos to Emilio Aceval (Asuncion,Paraguay); Caminos, Minister of Justice under Aceval’s adminstration resigns from his post (2 leaves). March 1, 1899.

Box 8, Folder 26

Francisco Campos to Emilio Aceval (Asuncion,Paraguay); Campos, Minister of Treasury during Aceval administration, resigns from his post (2 leaves). August 16, 1901.

Box 8, Folder 27

Juan Antonio Capiana to N. Vasbaes (Corrientes,Argentina); Regarding platform of Julian N. Godoi (1 leaf). December 3, 1872.

Box 8, Folder 28

Jose Sienra Carranza. 1888.

Box 8, Folder 29

Cayetano Carreras [?] to Juan A. Escurra (Asuncion,Paraguay); Carreras, a prominent Colorado, resigns his post as Minister of Justice (1 leaf). May 16, 1903.

Box 8, Folder 30

Carreras to Minister of Juistice; Re acquisition of JSG’s works (1 leaf). September 28, 1906.

Box 8, Folder 31

Pereira Cazal to Emilio Aceval (Asuncion,Paraguay); Cazal, co—founder of “El Ateneo Paraguayo” in 1883, resigns his post as Minister of Justice (1 leaf). March 1, 1900.

Box 8, Folder 32

Luis (Padre) Centurion to Josefa Cecilia Doldan (Humaita,Paraguay); Religious poetry - morality aphorisms (2 leaves). December 5, 1855.

Box 8, Folder 33

"Senorita Hayde Godoy" by Directiva de la Biblioteca Comision to Hayde Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Invitation to Haide, Godoi’s daughter, to participate in setting up a “Biblioteca Popular” (1 leaf). December 1895.

Box 8, Folder 34

Luis de la Cruz Navarrete to Felipe Augusto Picot; Navarrete asks money, he laments that if Picot would not save him from that situation he will be a lost man (1 leaf). February 3, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 35

Luis de la Cruz Navarrete to Felipe Augusto Picot; Asks for a recommendation in order to obtain a loan (1 leaf). 1877.

Box 8, Folder 36

Decoud [?] Matias Goiburu (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes that Salvador Jovellanos, Paraguayan president 1871-74, was alone in the house in his possession (1 leaf). March 5, 1876.

Box 8, Folder 37

"Querido sobrino" by Concepcion de Decound to a nephew (Asuncion,Paraguay); Concepcion, mother of Jose Segundo Decoud, writes a nephew to find out if he has received a package (1 leaf). September 3, 1889.

Box 8, Folder 38

Hector Francisco Decoud to Adolfo Decoud; Hector wrote to Adolfo, brother of Jose Segundo Decoud, that he is leaving horse and furniture in charge of Bernardo Recalde (2 leaves). November 30, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 39

Hector Francisco Decound to Adolfo Decoud (Asuncion,Paraguay); He writes about his mission of delivering a letter written by Benigno Ferrera and Salvador Jovellanos to the president of Paraguay about the assassination of October 29, 1877 (2 leaves). December 6, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 40

Hector Francisco Decound to Adolfo Decoud (Asuncion,Paraguay); He express his fear that to bring down the government will be very hard (2 leaves). December 27, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 41

Virginia Alida Delgado to Haide A. Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Notes the differences in living standards between Buenos Aires and Asuncion (1 leaf). February 13, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 42

Santiago Derqui to Jose Maria Zuviria (Parana,Argentina); Notes that the president of the Argentine Confederation, wishes that Zuviria, in addition of his position as the “Ministerio de Hacienda,” to assume duties as “Diputado al Congreso Legislativo” (1 leaf). November 16, 1854.

Box 8, Folder 43

S. Dololara to Nicanor Godoi; Notes that the letter from “Senor Uribe” confirms that 600 pesos were not received (1 leaf). October 18, 1872.

Box 8, Folder 44

Manuel Dominguez to Andres Hector Carvallo (Asuncion,Paraguay); Dominguez, director of the “Colegio Nacional”, resigns his post as “Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores” (1 leaf). June 2, 1902.

Box 8, Folder 45

Telegram by Dorotio Duarte to Nicanor Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Regarding arrival of steamship (1 leaf). February 15, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 46

Casimira de Egusquiza to Haide A. Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Chides Haide for not having written--sends sweets and Paraguayan fruits (2 leaves). December 26, 1896.

Box 8, Folder 47

Juan B. Equsquiza to Juan Gualberto Gonzalez (Asuncion, Paraguay); Juan B. Egusquiza proclaims his candidacy for president of the republic and resignes his position as the Minister of War (1 leaf). April 17, 1894.

Box 8, Folder 48

Juan B. Equsquiza to Guillermo de los Rios (Asuncion, Paraguay); Resigns his post as under—secretery of the president (1 leaf). May 27, 1899.

Box 8, Folder 49

Juan Antonio Escurra to Vice President (Asuncion,Paraguay); Resigns his post as the Minister of War (1 leaf). June 11, 1902.

Box 8, Folder 50

P.E. Zounty [?] to Don Camilo; Writes that Brizuela is staying with his 800 soldiers in Villa Florida (1 leaf). undated.

Box 8, Folder 51

Leonor Faraldo to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); a friendly letter (1 leaf). MArch 7, 1893.

Box 8, Folder 52

Leonor Faraldo to Haide A. Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); She writes that Emilio will go on Sunday. He is at Haide’s service (1 leaf). April 16, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 53

Leonor Faraldo to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Thanks her for attending the graduation of Emilio (1 leaf). August 25, 1896.

Box 8, Folder 54

Benigno Ferreira to Cecilio Baez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Ferreira resigns his post as Minister of War (1 leaf). April 23, 1906.

Box 8, Folder 55

Benigno Ferreira to Elias Garcia (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Letters from Ferreira and Juan Silvano Godoi, is a point-by-point manifesto on athe need for a revolution in Paraguay and how it is to be brought about (3 leaves). March 8, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 56

Juan Cancio Flecha to Emilio Aceval (Asuncion,Paraguay); Flecha, classmate and liberal supporter of Manuel Gondra, resigns his post as a Minister of Foreign Relations (1 leaf). January 8, 1902.

Box 8, Folder 57

Jose Gaspar de Francia to Florencio Antonio Zelada; Original letter of Dr. Jose Gaspar de Francia, who is considered the founding father of the nation’s formative independence era.His name was included in the Thomas Carlyle catalogue of great men (1 leaf). undated.

Box 8, Folder 58

Fregeino [?] to Diana; Speaks of newspapers “El Tribuno” and “El Dia” (1 leaf). undated.

Box 8, Folder 59

Mariano Galeano to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Writes her not to forget his correspondence and the book of “Genio del cristianismo” (1 leaf). November 18, 1879.

Box 8, Folder 60

Mariano Galeano to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Tells about his trip upriver (2 leaves). August 12, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 61

A.B. Gallino to Felix Ocampo (Corrientes,Argentina); Gallino writes about Jesus Malpartida (1 leaf). August 16, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 62

A.B. Gallino to Felix Ocampo (Corrientes,Argentina); Writes about payments to Manuel Rojas for acquisition of documents (1 leaf). September 5, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 63

A.B. Gallino to Felix Ocampo (Corrientes,Argentina); Regarding acquisition of lands in “Ycua—Mandiyu”, presently held by “Jesus Malpartida y Compania" (1 leaf). September 9, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 64

Elias Garcia to Eusebio Mangelos; Has received letter from Banco Frances; remit 50 pesos (1 leaf). undated.

Box 8, Folder 65

Juan B. Gilardi to Nicanor Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Can’t find the correct part for an alcohol still (1 leaf). July 24, 1876.

Box 8, Folder 66

Alba Girano [?] to Nicanor Godoi (Montevideo,Uruguay); Discusses the work of Sr. Carvete in the “Tabacales” (1 leaf). November 30, 1879.

Box 8, Folder 67

Bienvenida R. de Godoi to Haide A. Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Writes about some clothes for Juan Silvano Godoi (2 leaves). April 3, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 68

Bienvenida R. de Godoi to Haide A. Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Complains of hot, humid weather of Buenos Aires (2 leaves). April 18, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 69

Bienvenida R. de Godoi to Haide A. Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Mentions that Juan Silvano Godoi is angry with Haide for not writing (1 leaf). July 24, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 70

Bienvenida R. de Godoi to Irocencia M. de Ibarra (Asuncion,Paraguay); Sends news about Ibara’s son Rogelio, an envoy to Brazil (1 leaf). November 24, 1924.

Box 8, Folder 71

Haide A. Godoi to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Haide, who was generally bed-ridden at this point in time, writes about her daily activities (2 leaves). January 28, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 72

Haide A. Godoi to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about her visit to the colony of San Bernardino (2 leaves). April 16, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 73

Haide A. Godoi to Luisa Montoto (Asuncion,Paraguay); Speaks of the beauty of Paraguay. Notes the fine dances that she had attended in the home of President Egusquiza (2 leaves). May 11, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 74

Haide A. Godoi to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); How happy she is that the whole family will be together for December (1 leaf). October 5, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 75

Haide A. Godoi to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Assures her mother for her love (2 leaves). October 22, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 76

Haide A. Godoi to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Wishes her mother a swift recovery from a leg injury (2 leaves). November 19, 1895.

Box 8, Folder 77

Nicanor Godoi to German Serrano (Abord a boat); Writes about corruptions of the delegates and judges of “Villa Pilar”. Notes that agitation was caused by the personal hatred of the Colorado Party (3 leaves). September 27, 1874.

Box 8, Folder 78

"Estimada comadre" by Nicanor Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Asks for help in selecting ballroom dress for his daughter, Eloisa (1 leaf). September 9, 1888.

Box 8, Folder 79

Cesar Gondra to Ovidio Rebaudi (London,England); On condonation of the debt that Brazil and Argentina imposed on Paraguay, Triple Alliance War (2 leaves). January 3, 1910.

Box 8, Folder 80

H. Cardu Huerto to Juan B. Gaona (Asuncion,Paraguay); Resigns his post as Secretary of Foreign Affairs (1 leaf). February 7, 1905.

Box 8, Folder 81

Facundo D. Insfran [?] to Juan G. Gonzalez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Insfran, founder of Asuncion’s Medical School, resigns his post as Minister of Education and Culture (1 leaf). April 26, 1892.

Box 8, Folder 82

Jose Irala to Nicanor Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Irala writes about General JEPatricioA Escobar’s letter on the eminence of the revolution (3 leaves). January 25, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 83

Jose Irala to Andres Hector Carvallo (Asuncion,Paraguay); Resigns his post as Minister of the Education and Culture (1 leaf). April 15, 1902.

Box 8, Folder 84

Juan K. [?] to Jose Segundo Decoud; Regarding affairs of the Masonic Lodge (1 leaf). undated.

Box 8, Folder 85

A. Lamberti [?] to Adolfo Decoud (Recoleta,Paraguay); Thanks him for kind letters on the affairs of Paraguay (2 leaves). October 3, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 86

A. Lamberti [?] to Solano Salvanas [?]; Asks him to take a letter to Juan Silvano Godoi; notes the urgency of the matter (1 leaf). April 10, 1884.

Box 8, Folder 87

Jose Tomas Leyol to Emilio Aceval (Asuncion,Paraguay); Resigns his post as Minister of the Education and Culture (1 leaf). March 19, 1901.

Box 8, Folder 88

Enrique Solano Lopez to Bienvenida R. de Godoi; Sends her fruit & matches (1 leaf). March 18, 1892.

Box 8, Folder 89

Francisco Solano Lopez to G. Benitez; Concerns Francisco Solano Lopez’s poor eyesight, need for eye glasses (1 leaf). undated.

Box 8, Folder 90

Francisco Solano Lopez to A. de la Cruz Estigarribia (Asuncion,Paraguay); Estigarribia, commander of P. forces in September 1865, reports on the happenings in Asuncion (1 leaf). December 26, 1862.

Box 8, Folder 91

Federico Solano Lopez to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Regarding affairs of “Banco de la Provincia” (1 leaf). March 8, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 92

Juan Francisco Lopez to Eliza Alicia Lynch; Juan F. Lopez, son of Francisco Solano Lopez and Eliza Alicia Lynch, was killed on March 1, 1870, in the last engagement of the Triple Alliance War, in this letter thanks his mother for a shipment of chocalate (1 leaf). January 3, 1868.

Box 8, Folder 93

Venancio Lopez to Juan Gualberto Gonzalez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Members of the Cabinet, Venancio Lopez and others, present their joint resignations (1 leaf). April 25, 1892.

Box 8, Folder 94

Senlego Loring [?] to Jose Segundo Decoud (Montevideo,Uruguay); regarding question of pledges (1 leaf). February 29, 1889.

Box 8, Folder 95

Eliza Alicia Lynch to "Commandant"; Regarding her activities (2 leaves). undated.

Box 8, Folder 96

Jesus Malpartida to Felix Ocampo (Corrientes,Argentina); Regarding payment for lands in “Rio-Verde” (2 leaves). September 10, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 97

Massachusetts Benefit Life Assn. to Pres. del Club de Pilar (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Outlines the formation of a commercial society under the name of “Fesser y Ferran” (1 leaf). May 12, 1894.

Box 8, Folder 98

Mercain [?] to Julio [?]; Regarding activities of their political enemies (2 leaves). March 27, 1874.

Box 8, Folder 99

Menchain [?] to Julio [?]; Regarding acquisition of armaments (1 leaf). undated.

Box 8, Folder 100

Pedro Hurtado de Mendoza to Florencio Antonio Mendoza; Regarding trade with Buenos Aires (1 leaf). September 17, 1777.

Box 8, Folder 101

Ministro del Interior de Arg. to Adolfo Decoud (Buenos Aires Argentina); Sends Decoud the tickets & intinerary for his trip to Mendoza & San Juan (1 leaf). March 30, 1885.

Box 8, Folder 102

Jose Dolores Molas to Benigno Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Molas, Paraguayan revolutionary, writes that Godoi has the power to pass a resolution (1 leaf). April 16, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 103

Pedro Montt to Carlos Valenzada Bernales (Santiago de Chile); Montt, president of Chile, has not received the money sent him; expresses his interest in Juan Silvano Goodoi and his historical studies (3 leaves). October 29, 1906.

Box 8, Folder 104

Pedro Montt to Carlos Valenzuela Bernales (Santiago de Chile); Regarding shipment of seeds and financial affairs (1 leaves). January 8, 1907.

Box 8, Folder 105

Alejo Garcia Moreno to Antonio Franco(Madrid,Spain); Regarding acquisition of legal texts (1 leaf). June 20, 1908.

Box 8, Folder 106

Fulgencio R. Moreno to Juan A. Escurra (Asuncion,Paraguay); Moreno, noted author, educator, and politician, resigns his post as Chancellor of th Exchequer (1 leaf). April 17, 1903.

Box 8, Folder 107

"Guerrero de la Independencia, Hombre de Estado" by General F.C. de Mosquera to Francisco Lagomaggiore; Tomas C. de Mosquera, Colombian hero of the Wars of Independence,thanks Lagomaggiore for including his autograph among “una coleccion de autografos de los hombres publicos de la Aitterica Espanola” (1 leaf). undated.

Box 8, Folder 108

Luis de la Navarrete to Felipe A. Picot (Montevideo,Uruguay); Navarrete, a Spanish painter, writes about a visit to Montevideo (1 leaf). May 28, 1877.

Box 8, Folder 109

Gonzalez Navero to Cecilio Baez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Resigns his post as the Secretary of the State (1 leaf). April 23, 1906.

Box 8, Folder 110

Valentina B. de Nogues to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Have arrived by train from Tucuman (1 leaf). October 4, 1894.

Box 8, Folder 111

Juan Emiliano O'leary to Enrique Solano Lopez (Montevideo,Uruguay); Regarding sale of lands (1 leaf). December 11, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 112

Telegram by Florentino Oviedo to Nicanor Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); His work proceeding favorably (1 leaf). February 6, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 113

Salvador M. Oviedo to D.F. Martin (Corrientes,Argentina); Oviedo, with power of attorney as his representative, recommends Juan Silvano godoi as a customer (2 leaves). February 17, 1885.

Box 8, Folder 114

Emilio H. de Padilla to Enrique D. Parodi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Regarding festival for celebration of the Paraguay’ s independence (2 leaves). May 11, 1890.

Box 8, Folder 115

Francisco de Paula [?] to Juan Benitez [?] (Asuncion,Paraguay); regarding pledge (2 leaves). September 7, 1803.

Box 8, Folder 116

Marcos Paz to Jose M. LaFuente (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Paz, Vice President of Argentina, assumed civic duties of President during Triple Alliance War (1 leaf). October 22, 1866.

Box 8, Folder 117

Jose B. Pena to Hector F. Varela (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Pena...et al. write about defence of Paraguay to Varela, part owner of the B.A. paper “La Tribuna” (2 leaves). June 14, 1876.

Box 8, Folder 118

Pedro Pena to Juan Antonio Escurra (Asuncion,Paraguay); Resigns his post as the Secretary of Foreign Affairs (1 leaf). March 15, 1903.

Box 8, Folder 119

Felipe Augusto to Adolfo Decoud; regarding Benigno Ferreira (4 leaves). November 2, 1899.

Box 8, Folder 120

Portalea [?] to Matias Goiburu (Corrientes,Argentina); ragarding connection with Benigno Ferreira (1 leaf). May 11, 1876.

Box 9, Folder 1

Fabio Queirolo to Emilio Aceval (Asuncion,Paraguay); Queirolo, one of the founders of the “Centro Democratico”, resigns his post as Minister of Foreign Affairs (1 leaf). November 19, 1901.

Box 9, Folder 2

Guillermo de los Rios to Emilio Aceval (Asuncion,Paraguay); Rios, banker, financed 1904 revolt, resigns his post as Ministre of Interior (1 leaf). December 26, 1901.

Box 9, Folder 3

Marcelo Rios to Benigno Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Marcelo Rios, Commissioner of Asuncion, sends his greetings (1 leaf). February 22, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 4

Bias Jose Rojas to Florencio Antonio Zelada; complains of indigence (1 leaf). undated.

Box 9, Folder 5

F. Russell [?] to Enrique Solano Lopez (Rosario,Argentina); regarding delivery of packages (1 leaf). March 3, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 6

W.A. Ruysch to Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); regarding archaeology in Paraguay (2 leaves). September 11, 1943.

Box 9, Folder 7

Antonio de las Saguier to Salvador Doldan (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Notes the arrival of good news from Spain: the French are pushed back (2 leaves). June 19, 1810.

Box 9, Folder 8

Fostunato Solano to Aristobulo del Valle (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Demands an explaination about slanders in del Valle’s paper “El Nacional” (2 leaves). February 16, 1882.

Box 9, Folder 9

Justiniana C. de Somoza to Bienvenida R. de Godoi (Corrientes,Argentina); Thanks for the cape purchased for her by Juan Silvano Godoi (1 leaf). July 2, 1894.

Box 9, Folder 10

J.M. Sosa Escalade to Escobar (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Re anniversary of the founding of the “Centro Paraguayo” (3 leaves). undated.

Box 9, Folder 11

Antonio Taboada to Francisco Lagomaggiore (San Pablo,Bolivia); Mentions maternal appearing in “El Autografo Amenicano” (1 leaf). August 8, 1874.

Box 9, Folder 12

"Carta-Terjeta Postal" by Antonio Taboada to Benigno Ferrera (Asuncion,Paraguay); Sends a supply of yerba mate (1 leaf). January 21, 1893.

Box 9, Folder 13

Jose Alvarez to Salvador Doldan (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Writes about struggle of the people of Spain during French invasion (1 leaf). September 19, 1808.

Box 9, Folder 14

F.V. [?] to Benigno Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes that they are ready for revolution and the government of Argentine will support them (1 leaf). February 2, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 15

Sale [?]; Writes about revolutionary activities in Paraguay (2 leaves). February 9, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 16

F.V. [?] to Benigno Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Details plans for the upcoming revolution (3 leaves). February 14, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 17

F.V. to Benigno Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes that well known pact of conciliation has been broken (3 leaves). February 17, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 18

F.V.; Writes that Garcia Miron, Paraguayan minister, has pledged to prevent paying the costs of Argentine’s invasion of Paraguay (1 leaf). circa 1890.

Box 9, Folder 19

F.V. to Benigno Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Details the plan for initiation of civil war (3 leaves). February 26, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 20

F.V. to Benigno Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding preparations for revolt; names the cities where men and weapons were assembled (2 leaves). March 5, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 21

F.V. to Benigno Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Plans for revolt, in the margin Ferreira has written that on March 22, 1890 he has given permission to pay him “un mil pesos moneda nacional” (3 leaves). March 10, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 22

F.V. [?] to Benigno Ferreira (Asuncion,Paraguay); Writes about resignation of the candidate for vice president (1 leaf). February 27, 1891.

Box 9, Folder 23

Justo Jose de Urquiza [?] to Jose Adellaquia (San Jose); Urguiza, leader of the Argentine confederation 1854—1860, sents a letter by way of a friend, Jose Vatny (1 leaf). August 4, 1868.

Box 9, Folder 24

Eduardo de Urquiza Rolando A. Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Written after Godoi’s death, is sending a letter of Justo Jose de Urquiza for the archive (1 leaf). August 31, 1930.

Box 9, Folder 25

Eduardo Vara [?] to Manuel Avila (Buenos Aires,Argentina); All is in readiness for planned revolt; response to Vara on opposite side (1 leaf). March 8, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 26

Elvira Vargas to Haide A. Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Asks Haide if Juan Silvano Godoi has been in Rio de Janeiro (2 leaves). February 6, 1896.

Box 9, Folder 27

Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores to Juan B. Egusquiza (Asuncion,Paraguay); Resigns his post as Minister of Foreign Affairs (1 leaf). March 18, 1895.

Box 9, Folder 28

"Copia" (Buenos Aires,Argentina). undated.

Box 9, Folder 29

Note declares that ex-president Nicolas Avellaneda of Argentinais the only competant judge to settle the Paraguay-Argentina border question (1 leaf). undated.

Box 9, Folder 30

Vale [?] to Manuel [?] Avile (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Plans for revolution, situation in Villa Concepcion, etc. (1 leaf). February 28, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 31

Card with "Pridencio B. Ozcariz" and "Laura Elvira Decoud" printed on it (Asuncion,Paraguay); Wedding announcement of Prudencio B. Ozcariz & Laura Elvira Decoud (1 card). December 2, 1890.

Box 9, Folder 33

Letter (Asuncion,Paraguay); V. Diaz Perez, mentions Ricardo de Lafuente Machain (1 leaf). August 3, 1915.

Box 9, Folder 34

Enrique Solano Lopez [?]; regarding armaments. undated.

Box 9, Folder 35

Re E.S. Lopez, Sr. Oviedo, etc. (1 leaf). undated.

Box 9, Folder 36

Needs Paraguayan, not Argentine pesos (1 leaf). undated.

Box 9, Folder 37

"Senor general"; Details the death of Juan Silvano Godoi’s son, Lucio Sila Godoi (7 leaves). undated.

Box 10, Folder 1

Eduardo Aramburu to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Juan Silvano Godoi named “Secretario del Superior Tribunal de Justicia” (2 leaves). October 1869.

Box 10, Folder 2

Ministerio del Interior to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Naming Juan Silvano Godoi representative of Paraguay at the Philadelphia Exposition (1 leaf). January 10, 1876.

Box 10, Folder 9

Card and envelope by Rofolfo Aluralde to Juan Silvano Godoi; Regrets being unable to go for the presentation——is in the midst of planning a series of lectures on sugar. (1 card). undated.

Box 10, Folder 10

5 cards with the names "Mariano A. Pelliza", "Daniel Cerri", Victor M. Soler", "Eduardo Schialfino", and "Raymundo Machain" printed on them; Printed personal cards of JSG’s friends. undated.

Box 10, Folder 11

Juan B. Eguzquiza (Presidente de la República) (Asuncion,Paraguay); Several notes from different politician, e.g. Juan B. Egusquiza, president of Paraguay; Moraes, first civilian presdient of Brazilian Republic (1 card). January 4, 1896.

Box 10, Folder 12

Notes written on calling cards, buisness cards, and letters in envelopes written to or from Juan Silvano Godoi. undated.

Box 12, Folder 5

Alberto Ingimbert to Juan Silvano Godoi (Correintes,Argentina); Letter remarks on the richness of the “Archivo Nacional de Asuncion”. Included also are 8 documents (photo copies) all dealing with Corrientes (1 leaf). March 7, 1917.

Box 13, Folder 5

Fernando Hurburu to Juan Manuel de Rosas (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Regarding to Paraguay as a “Provincia,” Hurburu writes to Rosas that by supporting the overthrow of the Lopez governeiuent, he would do a great favor to humanity and his nation (1 leaf). September 18, 1851.

Box 14, Folder 17

Letter by Jose Segundo Decoud to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); Juan Silvano Godoi elected representative of the “Distrito Electoral” (1 leaf). July 28, 1870.

Box 14, Folder 18

to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Communications between Chamber of deputies and Juan Silvano Godoi (7 leaves). August 2, 1870.

Box 14, Folder 24

"Documentos al ministro del interior" by Jose Urdapilleta; Official communications sent from different places in Paraguay to the minister of interior, Jose Urdapilleta (20 leaves). 1875.

Box 15, Folder 1

Pedro Nolasco Domecq to Florencio Antonio Zelada (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding business affairs at Ygatimi (1 leaf). November 12, 1778.

Box 15, Folder 15

Justo P. Flecha to Minister of Justice (Laureles,Paraguay);Asks help for some young students (2 leaves). May 22, 1872.

Box 15, Folder 18

Jaime Sosa to Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion,Paraguay); About Godoi’s resignation from his post as Judge of the first hearing (1 leaf). March 19, 1873.

Box 15, Folder 35

Justo P. Alvarez to “Ministro de Guerra y marina” (Asuncion,Paraguay); Desires to sell to the Paraguayan government certain trappings for cannons (1 leaf). 1896.

 

Series 2. Documents. 1821-1926, undated.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series includes essays, political documents, legal papers, and other material by Juan Silvano Godoi and others.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 1, Folder 1

"Paraguay" by unknown author; about the social struggles in Paraguay. circa 1870.

Box 1, Folder 2

"Sarmiento" by unknown author (Buenos Aires, Argentina); about Domingo Fanstino Sarmiento, Argentinian educator and president (1868-1874). circa 1890.

Box 1, Folder 3

"Republica de San Marino: historia de un majistrado celebre," by unknown author (Buenos Aires, Argentina). circa 1890.

Box 1, Folder 4

"Historical essay" by unknown author (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Incomplete historical narrative concerning different aspects of the Paraguayan history and the Triple Alliance War. circa 1890.

Box 1, Folder 5

"Alberdi por el Senor Olleros," by Olleros (Asuncion, Paraguay); criticism of Juan Bantista Alberdi. January 3, 1906.

Box 1, Folder 6

"Related to the question of Chaco," by unknown author (Asuncion, Paraguay); Attacks the pretensions of Bolivia. 1913.

Box 1, Folder 7

"El comandante Jose D. Molas," by unknown author (Asuncion, Paraguay); Details the activities of Jose D. Molas, a hero of the Triple Allance War and participant in the civil wars of the 1870s. December 24, 1914.

Box 1, Folder 8

Various drafts by unknown author (Asuncion, Paraguay). 1914-1916.

Box 1, Folder 9

Lecture by unknown author (Asuncion, Paraguay); about early female writer from Spain. September 6, 1917.

Box 1, Folder 10

Eulogy of Fernando Pascual. 1917.

Box 1, Folder 11

"Jesus of Magdala" and "A colon,"; two poems (2 leaves). 1907.

Box 1, Folder 12

"Bibliografia, ensayos por Silvano Mosqueira,"; concerns the works and life of Silvano Mosqueira (1867-1955), poet and diplomat. 1920.

Box 1, Folder 13

"El Imperio Germanico y la guerra"; concerns the need of Imperial Germany to expand in order to be a fully modern state. Concentrates on 19th century German history (3 leaves). undated.

Box 1, Folder 14

"Ituzaingo. Opinion del Baron de Rio Branco sobre esta..."; Details the commentary of the Baron de Rio Branco, Brazil’s foremost diplomat during the second half of the 19th century (2 leaves). undated.

Box 1, Folder 15

"Miscellaneous papers"; includes an autograph of E. Lynch, an incomplete and torn speech by Juan Silvano Godoi on Paraguay’s Italian colony, a “doodle—pad,” facts and figures relative to Collonel Juan A. Escura, a Paraguayan politician, several advertis ements, a Christmas greeting, and certified mail receipts. 1870.

Box 1, Folder 16

"A la honorable Camara de Diputados," by Juan Silvano Godoi (Asuncion, Paraguay); Speech by Juan Silvano Godoi concerns proposed constitution of 1870 (3 leaves). 1870.

Box 1, Folder 17

Speech; honors the people of Corrientes, Argentina, and denounces all forms of tyranny (2 leaves). Decmber 18, 1889.

Box 1, Folder 18

"El busto del General Diaz,"(Asuncion, Paraguay); Address given to members of “Centro Paraguayo” on the occasion of unveiling of a bust of General Jose Eduvigis Diaz (1833-1867), the hero of Curupaity, Paraguay’s most significant wartime victory (8 leaves). 1900.

Box 1, Folder 19

Speech (Asucion, Paraguay); Speech before senators on the occasion of unveiling the statue of General Jose Eduvigis Diaz (4 leaves). April 23, 1907.

Box 1, Folder 20

"Political speech,"(Asuncion, Paraguay); concerns the intellectuals in Paraguay and who they were influenced by (5 leaves). May 15, 1913.

Box 1, Folder 21

"Speech," (Asuncion, Paraguay); re Antonio Jose de Sucre (1795-1830), hero of the independence wars (2 leaves). December 9, 1924.

Box 1, Folder 22

"Illustrada Juventud Uruguaya" (Speech); Remarks on progress of the Museum (2 leaves). undated.

Box 1, Folder 23

"Justo Jose de Urguiza,"; Speech on the role of Justo Jose de Urquiza, leader of the Argentine Confederation (1852—1861) (2 leaves). undated.

Box 1, Folder 24

"Notes on jewelery," by Juan Silvano Godoi; explains the preparation of gold in the making of jewelry (1 leaf). December 1, 1878.

Box 1, Folder 25

"Origen de los americanos," (Asuncion, Paraguay?); List of letters received (1 leaf). 1908.

Box 1, Folder 26

"Fidel Maiz," (Asuncion, Paraguay); Notes re Father Fidel Maiz, important cleric and figure during the Triple Alliance War (1 leaf). 1616-1918.

Box 1, Folder 27

"Parrafos selectos," (note); Comments on culture, power and the supernatural (2 leaves). undated.

Boxes 2-3

"Memiors of Juan Silvano Godoi"(note; Asuncion,Paraguay) (10 volumes). 1897-1921.

Box 10, Folder 3

"El General en Gefe de la revolución", Political Pronouncement by Juan Silvano Godoi; Printed message warning merchants & businessmen not to trade (particularly armaments) with the “gobierno de asesinos”. June 12, 1879.

Box 10, Folder 4

"Registro Civil Del Escribano Publico" by M. Lloyd Bray (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding finances of “porteno” businessman (3 leaves). December 7, 1885.

Box 10, Folder 5

Collection of documents by Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Regarding transfering 200 “acciones” of the “Banco trasatlantico del Uruguay” (3 leaves). April 2, 1890.

Box 10, Folder 6

Handwritten document written by unknown author with initials A.N. (4 leaves). undated.

Box 10, Folder 7

"Dona Bienvenida Riverola De Godoi La Cultura Nacional Tiene Una Deuda Que Pagar."; Testimonial to Bienvenida Rivarola de Godoi, on the occasion of the fourth anniversary of her death (1 leaf).

Box 10, Folder 8

A set of some nine documents all of a biographical nature refering to Juan Silvano Godoi; clippings of several newspapers make up the majority——including excerpts from “La Nacion (1937), “La Tribuna” (1926), “EL Orden” (1926), and “A Ilustracao Brazileira”. Some include photographs. undated.

Box 10, Folder 10

Business cards with the names Daniel Cerri, Raymundo Machain, Victor M. Soler, Eduardo Schiaffino, and Mariano A. Pelliza (5 cards). undated.

Box 10, Folder 14

Three menus for different events (Asuncion, Paraguay). 1913-1921

Box 10, Folder 15

"Consulado General del Paraguay en la Republica Argentina" with signatures by Federico Alonso and an illegible signature (Buenos Aires, Argentina). June 10, 1881.

Box 10, Folder 16

Records of the purchase of weapons and material from expedition by Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina) (3 leaves). December 9, 1890.

Box 10, Folder 17

"Document" by Juan Silvano Godoi (Buenos Aires,Argentina); financial receipts. 1880-1910.

Box 10, Folder 18

Expense report by Juan Silvano Godoi; Invoice of expenditures for month of February 1887. February 1887

Box 10, Folder 19

Poem titled "Don Juan Silvano Godoi" by unknown author (2 leaves). April 6, 1911.

Box 10, Folder 20

Typed version of the poem "Don Juan Silvano Godoi" by unknown author. April 6, 1911.

Box 10, Folder 21

A map of the Tebicuary River with measurements, financial statements, newspaper clippings, a periodical, handwritten notes, and a program for "Exposicion Berisso" in Buenos Aires. 1902-1920, undated.

Box 10, Folder 22

Typed document titled "Juan Silvano Godoi" by Manuel Dominguez; Tribute to Juan Silvano Godoi (1 leaf). undated.

Box 11, Folder 1

Handwritten document by Manuel A. Saenz; Argentine magistrate presents his opinions on the rights of the people (1 leaf). June 12, 1874.

Box 11, Folder 2

Handwritten document by Damian Hudson (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (1 leaf). April 23, 1874.

Box 11, Folder 3

Handwritten note by Enrique Solano Lopez (1 leaf). February 23, 1912.

Box 11, Folder 4

Three pages of separate handwritten documents by Romulo Mundiola (Santiago de Chile) (3 leaves). 1875.

Box 11, Folder 5

Handwritten document by Edelmiro Mayer (Buenos Aires, Argentina); comments on the necessary evil of permanent, standing armies (1 leaf). October 22, 1874.

Box 11, Folder 6

Handwritten note by Gervasio Antonio de. Posadas (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (1 leaf). August 25, 1874.

Box 11, Folder 7

Handwritten document by Marcos Sastre (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Argentine educator writes against illiteracy (1 leaf). December 15, 1874.

Box 11, Folder 8

Handwritten document by Antonio Zinny (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Argentine historian speaks of equilibrium in the world (1 leaf). April 7, 1874.

Box 11, Folder 9

Handwritten document by Jose Maria Zuviria (Buenos Aires,Argentina) (1 leaf). March 17, 1874.

Box 12, Folders 1-3e

Handwritten documents and bound manuscripts by unknown author (Asuncion, Paraguay) (103 leaves). circa 1905.

Box 12, Folder 4

Handwritten document by unknown author (Asuncion, Paraguay); 19 documents (covering 1721-1856) of various legislative reforms in Paraguay, and treaties of commerce & friendship concluded with other Latin American countries, such as Urugay, Argentina, etc (18 files). circa 1910.

Box 12, Folder 6

Handwritten documents by unknown author (Asuncion, Paraguay) (26 files). circa 1905.

Box 12, Folder 7

Handwritten documents by unknown author (Asuncion, Paraguay); Mostly letters of Dr. Francia, dealing with the case of French botanist & explorer, Aime Jacques Alexandre Bonpiand, who was arrested and imprisoned in Paraguay for nine years. This case was condemned in the international press (15 files). circa 1910.

Box 13, Folder 1

Handwritten documents by unknown author (Asuncion, Paraguay); 45 documents on Jose Gervasio Artigas (1764—1850). Artigas, national hero of Uruguay, called “father of Uruguay,” sought & received asylum in Paraguay in 1820, a year before Brazil annexed Uruguay, and lived in exile for thirty years (32 files). circa 1910.

Box 13, Folders 2-3

Handwritten documents by unknown author (Asuncion,Paraguay); about retirement of Infantry Colonel Juan Vicente Godoi, Juan Silvano Godoi’s father, on August 18, 1848 (8 leaves). circa 1910.

Box 13, Folder 4

Handwritten documents by unknown author (Asuncion,Paraguay) (5 files). undated.

Box 13, Folder 6

Hand—written copy of a document from “Archivo de Buenos Aires”, about Gregorio Tadeo de la Cerda (1 leaf). circa 1910.

Box 14, Folder 1

"Carta y decreto de Lazaro de Rivera"" by Lazaro de Rivera (Asuncion,Paraguay); Decree provides support for Indians in Caazapa, Paraguay (2 leaves). December 7, 1800.

Box 14, Folder 2

Printed booklet titled "Diaro de sesiones de la H. Junta de epresentantes de la Provincia de Buenos Aires" (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (2 leaves). Spetember 29, 1821.

Box 14, Folders 3-4

Booklet titled "El Mensage del Supremo Gobierno de la Republica del Paraguay al Sobrano Congresso Nacional" (Corrientes, Argentina); a state of the nation message and a message from the president (8 leaves). November 24, 1842.

Box 14, Folder 5

Handwritten documents titled "Prevencionel del Presidente de la Republica al Coronel Civdadano del ejercito a Corrientes" by Carlos Antonio Lopez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Instructions from father to son on military operations during the Corrientes campaign of the early l840s, when Paraguay and Corrientes joined in alliance against Buenos Aires (4 leaves). 1845.

Box 14, Folder 6

Printed pamphlet titled "El Presidente de la Republica, Teniendo en Consideracion: "" by Carlos Antonio Lopez (Asuncion,Paraguay); Punishment meted out to deserters, thieves, etc. (4 leaves). January 18, 1848.

Box 14, Folders 7-8

Booklet titled "Mensage del Exmo. Sr. Pres. de la Republica del Paraguay..." by Carlos Antonio Lopez (Asuncion,Paraguay); state of nation message (15 leaves). May 30, 1849.

Box 14, Folder 9

Handwritten document titled "Proclamation" by Carlos Antonio Lopez (Asuncion,Paraguay); C.A. Lopez’s decree conserning education, goverment authority and justice (2 leaves). 1854.

Box 14, Folder 10

Booklet titled "Correspondencia Diplomatica entre el Gobierno del Paraguay y la Legacion de los Estados Unidos de America..." (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Political correspondence between the government of Paraguay and the rest of the auerican countries (20 leaves). 1868.

Box 14, Folder 11

Handwritten manuscript titled "Discursos de los ministros..."by unknown author; Discourses by the Brazilian & Argentine ministers respectively, on the occasion of the installation of a provisional government in Paraguay after the Triple Alliance War (6 leaves). circa 1869.

Box 14, Folder 12

Documents of the Argentina Commission in Paraguay (Asuncion, Paraguay); documents offer the Argentine perspective on several individuals and includes letters from Emilio Mitre (44 leaves). 1869.

Box 14, Folder 13

Manuscript from the secretary of the Republic of Paraguay; notes exchanged between the provisional government and the allies (16 leaves). 1869.

Box 14, Folder 14

Handwritten documents titled "Decretos del Gobierno de la provincia de Santa Fe" (Santa Fe, Argentina); Decrees of the provisional government of Santa Fe (7 leaves). February/May 1869.

Box 14, Folder 16

Handwritten documents referring to the 1873 revolution by unknown author. 1873.

Box 14, Folder 19

Notes sent by Brazilian occupation, authorities to the Constitutional government, and other handwritten documents (12 leaves). 1870-1873.

Box 14, Folder 20

Paraguayan government documents; detail the affairs of government under the Allied occupation & some diplomatic issues (15 leaves). 1871.

Box 14, Folder 21

Booklet titled "Mensage del Presidente de la Republica Presentado Al Primer Congreso Legistlativo de La Nacion" by Cirilo Antonio Rivarola (Asuncion,Paraguay); State of the nation message of Rivarola, the first president of the post—3A war (20 leaves). February 25, 1871.

Box 14, Folder 22

Handwritten documents titled "Defenso por el Presidente de la Republica" by Cirilo Antonio Rivarola (Asuncion,Paraguay); Speech in favor of the “ministro de hacienda, Juan B. Gill” (2 leaves). October 13, 1871.

Box 14, Folder 23

Handwritten manuscript titled "1873 revolution" by unknown author; Includes notes from Juan B. Egusquiza, Jose Acosta and Jose Dolores Molas (31 leaves). 1873.

Box 14, Folder 25

Handwritten documents by unknown authors; Deals with various communications of the Colorado government (15 leaves). 1875-1879.

Box 14, Folder 26

"Proclamas del Presidente " by Juan Bautista Gill (Asuncion,Paraguay); President’s proclamations on two issues: one on motives of the General Serrano’s revolt, and other on the evacuation of the capital by Brazilian troops in 1876 (6 leaves). May 13, 1876.

Box 14, Folder 27

Documents referencing the 1877 conspiracy period against the Juan Bautista Gill government by unknown author (15 leaves). 1877, undated.

Box 14, Folder 28

Copy of court records relating to the trial of the assassins of President Juan Bautista Gill, unknown author (19 leaves). April 18, 1877.

Box 14, Folder 29

speech to the people of Paraguay, expressing confidence in the future & speaking in favor of the right of private property by Higinio Uriarte (Asuncion,Paraguay) (4 leaves). May 3, 1877.

Box 14, Folder 30

Handwritten document by Adolfo Saguier (Asuncion,Paraguay); about Saguier's resignation from his post as “Ministro de Justicia” (1 leaf). August 9, 1878.

Box 14, Folder 31

Handwritten document titled "Proclama del general Bernadino Cahulliro" by Bernardino Caballero (Asuncion,Paraguay); Proclamation by General Caballero that he is taking the command of national forces after the death of President Candido Bareiro (1 leaf). Spetember 4, 1880.

Box 14, Folder 32

Handwritten document titled "Poderes del Comite" by unknown author; Details the power of the “Comite Pararaguyo”, especially Juan Silvano Godoi to obtain European loans (2 leaves). 1881.

Box 14, Folder 33

Declaration of Paraguayan Committee by unknown author (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (1 leaf). September 5, 1884.

Box 14, Folder 34

List titled "Comision directiva de C.D." by unknown author (1 leaf). undated.

Box 14, Folder 35

A photographic copy of 6/93 with governement affadavits attesting to the accuracy of the phototype. The phototype was apparently prepared at the request of Juan Silvano Godoi. (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (3 leaves). February 2, 1890.

Box 14, Folder 36

Handwritten and typed copy of "copión" by Antolin Irala (Asuncion,Paraguay); states position of Paraguay regarding Chaco settlement with Bolivia (9 leaves). April 29, 1904.

Box 14, Folder 37

"constitución"; Republic of Chile’s draft constitution (6 leaves). undated.

Box 15, Folder 2

"Lombane" [?] by Pedro Ynsfran (1 leaf). April 22, 1781.

Box 15, Folder 3

Handwritten document by Salvador Doldan; Doldan’s intention to run for governor (1 leaf). undated.

Box 15, Folder 4

Handwritten document by Florencio Antonio Zelada (Asuncion,Paraguay); Listing of peones (2 leaves). June 21, 1805.

Box 15, Folder 5

Handwritten document by Salvador Doldan (Asuncion,Paraguay) (3 leaves). February 15, 1810.

Box 15, Folder 6

Handwritten document by Salvador Doldan (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding inheritance for Maria Nicolasa de Zelada (1 leaf). November 18, 1816.

Box 15, Folder 7

Handwritten document by Salvador Doldan (Asuncion, Paraguay); regarding robbery (1 leaf). undated.

Box 15, Folder 8

Printed pamphlet titled "Decreto" by Carlos Antonio Lopez (Asuncion,Paraguay); A decree re to lands pertaining to Oliva, Mirinda population, etc. (2 leaves). April 1, 1845.

Box 15, Folder 9

Stamped papers (Buenos Aires, Argentina). 1853-1878.

Box 15, Folder 10

"Sello Cuarto" by Maria Petrona Echague (Asuncion,Paraguay); Echague, Juan Silvano Godoi’s mother, authorizes and grants liberty to a slave (1 leaf). April 24, 1862.

Box 15, Folder 11

"Viva la república del Paraguay" by Jose Joaquin Rojas de Aranda (Asuncion,Paraguay) (2 leaves). November 22, 1865.

Box 15, Folder 12

"Corrales" by Francisco Solano Lopez; Decrees for the creation of a commemorative medal after the battle of Corrales, January 31, 1866 (1 leaf). February 13, 1866.

Box 15, Folder 13

"Viva la república del Paraguay" by Citizens of Limpio (Limpio,Paraguay); Citizens of Limpio protest against Jose Berges as being a traitor during Triple Alliance War (3 leaves). August 5, 1868.

Box 15, Folder 14

"Protesta" by Citizens of San Pedro (San Pedro,Paraguay); protest against election of Sosa Escalada in 1870, who in 1875 was sent to Brazil to negotiate boundary settlements (2 leaves) 1870.

Box 15, Folder 16

Stamped, handwritten document by Juana Petrona Doldan (Asuncion,Paraguay); Re 40 pesos of gold (1 leaf) May 28, 1872.

Box 15, Folder 17

Handwritten document by Guillermo Justa (Asuncion,Paraguay); Certifies sale of a cow to Dona Petrona Doldan (1 leaf). January 27, 1873.

Box 15, Folder 19

Handwritten Document (Asuncion, Paraguay); Protest against expulsion of the national representatives (2 leaves). August 13, 1873.

Box 15, Folder 20

"Legacion del Paraguay" by Enrique Solano Lopez (London,England); regarding to Cayetano Hurburu’s passport (1 leaf). May 5, 1875.

Box 15, Folder 21

"Superior Tribunal" by Hector F. Decoud (Asuncion,Paraguay); Legal brief of Decoud, respresentative of Padre Juan Francisco (2 leaves). 1877.

Box 15, Folder 22

"Exmo señor Ministro de Guerra y Marina" Luis A. de Abreu (Buenos Aires,Argentina); deal with the abortive invasion of 1879 when Paraguayan exiles led by Juan Silvano Godoi managed to seize “Humaita” for a short time (3 leaves). April/May 1879.

Box 15, Folder 23

"2373" Luis, Desoto (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Re municipal corporation (1 leaf). April 28, 1879.

Box 15, Folder 24

Power of attorney agreement between Wilmer Matthews Harris and Aliza Alicia Lynch (London,England); Concerns Enrique Solano Lopez’s power to conduct affairs of Lynch in South America (2 leaves). July 2, 1879.

Box 15, Folder 25

"Registro de Rodolfo Sauze" by Javier de Quatrefages (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Quatrefages, a surgeon in the French army and ex—husband of Eliza Alicia Lynch, acknowledges his legal seperation from her (4 leaves). February 7, 1885.

Box 15, Folder 26

"Interrogatorio" by Alejandro Audibert; Questionaire regarding transfer of lands near Ypane (1 leaf). undated.

Box 15, Folder 27

"Interrogation" by Alejandro Audibert; Regarding transfer of land titles (2 leaves). April 10, 1886.

Box 15, Folder 28

"Entre Rancho Negro y Rancho Formosa" by Eliza Alicia Lynch; Regarding lands in Chaco Argentino that she was selling to her son, Enrique Solano Lopez (2 leaves). undated.

Box 15, Folder 29

Handwritten document by Santiago Fitz Simons (Corrientes,Argentina) (1 leaf). January 28, 1888.

Box 15, Folder 30

"Copia" by Eliza Alicia Lynch (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Records control of land by Lynch (3 leaves). May 12, 1888.

Box 15, Folder 31

Handwritten documents by Enrique Solano Lopez (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Regarding payment of legal fees of Jose Delpeak (2 leaves). July 24, 1889.

Box 15, Folder 32

"Lista de Pactura" and other handwritten documents (Buenos Aires, Argentina); about the purchase of armaments, with the destination of Bolivian port. Includes lists of armaments (5 leaves). May 1890.

Box 15, Folder 33

"Extracto" (Corumba, Brazil); Regarding lands of Eliza Alicia Lynch and Enrique Solano Lopez in Brazil (1 leaf). October 24, 1892.

Box 15, Folder 34

Handwritten "Copia" by Juan Bautista Equsquiza (Asuncion,Paraguay); Treats the question of lands owned by the Lopez family in the Rio Apa region--lands that fell into Brazilian hands after Triple Alliance War (4 leaves). December 31, 1895.

Box 15, Folder 36

Collection of legal proceedings and briefs relating to the attempts of the Lopez and Lynch families to regain land, by Enrique Solano Lopez (Buenos Aires,Argentina) (170 leaves). 1896.

Box 15, Folder 37

Memorandum by M. Demaria (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Informs Juan Silvano Godoi about land that Lynch owned in Brazil (1 leaf). April 15, 1896.

Box 15, Folders 38a-38e

Documents pertaining to the anti-Decoud campaign (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Berghiiians, Argentinian handwriting expert, consulted by Juan Silvano Godoi regarding charges against Jose Segundo Decoud. Included are several copies, with phototypes, of Decoud’s letters (5 folders). Septmeber 4, 1897.

Box 15, Folder 39

"Capital de la Nacion" and one handwritten document by Fernando Berghmans (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Berghmans’ testimony about authenticity of the letters written by Jose Segundo Decoud to his brother Adolfo (7 leaves). November 1897.

Box 15, Folder 40

Stamped, handwritten document by Jose F. Rivero (Corrienties, Argentina); Re 38 pesos paid to defray costs of power of attorney (1 leaf). March 3, 1898.

Box 15, Folder 41

Handwritten, bound documents by Franscico Solano Lopez (Asuncion, Paraguay); Decree concerning control of land by Lynch and her son, Enrique Solano Lopez (4 leaves). 1865-1904.

Box 15, Folder 42

Stamped, legal documents (Asuncion, Paraguay); Petition and subpoena of documents from national archive (4 leaves). June 1906.

Box 15, Folder 43

Deposit slip and one handwritten document to "Ministro" by Jose P. Montero (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 leaf). February 12, 1914.

Box 15, Folder 44

"Copy 229," handwritten document by Allende [?] (Asuncion, Paraguay); Legal subpoena of documents appearing in “La Reforma”, June 21 & 22, 1876 (1 leaf). December 23, 1920.

Box 15, Folder 45

Stamped, blank papers. 1905-1918.

Box 15, Folder 46

Handwritten document by "Administracion de Justicia"; Regarding slander against Juan Silvano Godoi (1 leaf). undated.

Box 15, Folder 47

Handwritten document by Enrique Solano Lopez (Asuncion, Paraguay); Regarding properties in the Chaco (3 leaves). undated.

Box 15, Folder 48

"Sello sexto" by Juana Barriento (Asuncion, Paraguay); Regarding properties held by widow of Victorio Valdez (10 leaves). February 28, 1865.

Box 15, Folder 49

"Sello sexto" by Benigno Villamayor (Asuncion, Paraguay); General Isidro Resquin supports testimony of his corporal Benigno Villamayor regarding properties in the capital (4 leaves). 1866-1868.

Box 15, Folder 50

Handwritten document by Jose Solis (Asuncion, Paraguay); Regarding properties held (6 leaves). October 3, 1867.

Box 15, Folder 51

Handwritten, bound document by Eliza Alicia Lynch (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Regarding lands held by Lynch and her son, Enrique Solano Lopez, in Chaco (6 leaves). November 24, 1887.

Box 16, Folder 1-14

"Property title" by Eliza Alicia Lynch; Copy of original Paraguayan documents regarding lands held by Lynch (14 folders). circa 1880.

Box 17, Folder 1

Handwritten document by Florencio Antonio Zelada; Regarding 75 “pesos de plata” probably to be given to priests (1 leaf). August 31, 1798.

Box 17, Folder 2

Financial documents by Miguel Perez Bastillos (Asuncion, Paraguay); Regarding dues 2656 pesos (1 leaf). undated.

Box 17, Folder 3

Handwritten, financial document by Florencio Antonio Zelada (Buenos Aires,Argentina); tally sheet (1 leaf). April 19, 1800.

Box 17, Folder 4

Handwritten document by Florencio Antonio Zelada; Regarding Yerba purchase (1 leaf). September 4, 1801.

Box 17, Folder 5

Handwritten, financial document by Florencio Antonio Zelada (Asuncion,Paraguay); Regarding silver coin, wine, fabric, etc. along with prices (1 leaf). November 27, 1805.

Box 17, Folder 6

Handwritten document by Prudencio A. Sanchez (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Receipt for 2,200 pesos for rent of a house in Buenos Aires (1 leaf). 1881.

Box 17, Folder 7

"Bases oul Prujuentito" [?] (London,England); Copy of a document that relates to the attempts of the “Comite Paraguayo” to obtain loans in Europe (2 leaves). August 27, 1881.

Box 17, Folder 8

"Del Banco de la Provincia" by Enrique Solano Lopez (Buenos Aires,Argentina); Letter of credit for 4,000 pesos given to Enrique S. Lopez by Carlos S. Lopez (1 leaf). October 2, 1884.

Box 17, Folder 9

Handwritten, financial document by Heraclio Roman Benitez (Cordoba,Argentina); Expenses of secret committee to elect Dardo Rocha, president of Argentina (2 leaves). April 20, 1885.

Box 17, Folder 10

Receipt by Rivarola de Bienvenida Godoi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Regarding transfer of 30 leagues of land in Chaco (3 receipts) November 1888.

Box 17, Folder 11

Handwritten Document by Enrique Solano Lopez (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Enrique Solano Lopez sold 300 leagues of land in Aquidaban (2 leaves). December 26, 1888.

Box 17, Folder 12

"La Quincena Literaria" (Buenos Aires, Argentina); 5 certificates of “La Quinceno Literaria”, with notes thanking Juan Silvano Godoi for his help and asking more support (5 copies). 1892.

Box 17, Folder 13

Handwritten document by Gabriel Gonzales (Asuncion, Paraguay); Receipt for a copy of “Codigo de minas” from National Library (1 leaf). October 19, 1907.

Box 17, Folder 14

Handwritten document by Manuel Dominguez (Asuncion, Paraguay); Dominguez, a historian, acknowledges receipt of “La civilizacion Guarani” by Dr. Moises Santiago Bertoni (1 leaf). February 10, 1929.

Box 20, Folder 2

"Adicion al Plano Jeneral, para la Aclaracion de un...Puerto" by Joaquin Gabriel Tudury (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Various governments maritime projects (12 pages). 1854.

Box 20, Folder 3

Lopez-era banknote, three pesos (Paraguay). circa 1950.

Box 20, Folder 4

Funeral notice for Josefa B. de Decoud (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 leaf). November 30, 1869.

Box 20, Folder 6

Masonic document (Asuncion, Paraguay); 1 page on parchment (illustrated with Masonic symbols, etc.). April 21, 1872.

Box 20, Folder 7

Handwritten document; Signed by “Xli, and appears to lament failure of attempted coup during Brazilian occupation of Paraguay 1876? (3 leaves). circa 1870.

Box 20, Folder 8

"Roma: 3 de Junio de 1849" by Leon Philippet (Turin, Italy); Regarding Giuseppe Garibaldi (8 pages). 1885.

Box 20, Folder 9

Document of religious society (Buenos Aires, Argentina); related to the “Sociedad Condiscipulos de Santa—Fe”, of which Juan Silvano Godoi was a member. 1885-1888.

Box 20, Folder 10

Minutes of secret meeting (San Juan, Argentina); Secret committee dedicated to the candidacy of Dardo Rocha as president of the Argentine Republic (1 leaf). April 3, 1885.

Box 20, Folder 11

Minutes of secret meeting (Cordoba, Argentina); Secret committee dedicated to the candidacy of Dardo Rocha as president of the Argentine Republic (2 leaves). April 15, 1885.

Box 20, Folder 12

Minutes of meeting of "Centro Paraguayao" (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Present, among others, were Juan Silvano Godoi, Enrique Parodi, Enrique Solano Lopez and Benigno Ferreira (2 leaves). October 15, 1889.

Box 20, Folder 13

"Patria" by Enrique D. Parodi (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Poems written on the occasion of the anniversary of Paraguayan independence (13 pages). May 14, 1890.

Box 20, Folder 15

Copy of a song in honor of General Jose E. Diaz, sung after his death by Paraguayan soldiers during the Triple Alliance War (1 leaf). undated.

Box 20, Folder 17

"Don Eusebio Lillo i el Paraguay" by Ignacio A. Pane; Records the impressions of paraguay left by a Chilean poet (15 pages). 1902.

Box 20, Folder 18

Handwritten documents (Paraguay); Miscellaneous documents on plantations. 1902.

Box 20, Folder 19

Typed document titled "Eduardo Schiaffino"; Notes re Argenine painter Eduardo Schiaffino. (1 leaf). undated.

Box 20, Folder 20

Handwritten note; Appears to be a list of prizes for an historical essay competition (1 leaf). June 19, 1910.

Box 20, Folder 21

Pages from book/pamphlet; referring to Paraguay in the late 1850s (2 leaves). August 7, 1916.

Box 20, Folder 23

"La operacion de credito del ministro de Hacienda" by A. Luciano; Discussion of credit regulations in the Treasury Ministry of Paraguay (7 leaves). undated.

Box 20, Folder 24

Lists of treaties between Paraguay & other powers, 1811—1852 (3 leaves). undated.

Box 20, Folder 25

"Que es la industria?" by Estanislao S. Zeballos (Philadelphia, U.S.); Fragment of a speech on industrialization in Argentina given at the Philadelphia World Exposition (1 leaf). undated.

Box 20, Folder 26

Handwritten eulogy of Coronel Marcelino Freire (6 leaves). undated.

Box 20, Folder 28

Quotes by Manuel Dominguez, Juan Natalieio Gonzalez, Al Aviador Pettirossi, and Ignacio A. Pana; various eulogies written to honor Silvio Pettirossi, father of Paraguayan aviation (2 leaves) undated.

 

Series 3. Visual material. circa 1920,undated.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series contains photographs of Juan Silvano Godoi and others.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 10, Folder 13

Cabinet cards and other photo types of Juan Silvano Godoi and related family members. undated.

Box 20, Folder 22

"Caricature" by Acevedo Diaz. circa 1920.

 

Series 4. Publications. 1807-1953, undated.

Series Scope and Content Summary

This series includes publications, primarily newspapers and newspaper clippings, and other material pertaining to Paraguay and other countries in South America.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 18, Folder 1

La Depositaria? (Cuzco, Bolivia); about the activities of liberator San Martin (1 leaf). January 2, 1823.

Box 18, Folder 2

La Gaceta (Montevideo, Uruguay); about commercial information (1 leaf). circa April 28, 1840.

Box 18, Folder 3

Correio Mercantil (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil); about commercial affairs (12 issues). 1845-1846.

Box 18, Folder 4

O Mercantil (Bahia, Brazil); about commercial affairs (1 issue). 1845.

Box 18, Folder 5

El Paraguayo Independiente (Asuncion, Paraguay); published government messages as well as commercial & political information (3 issues). Juna 28, 1845-.

Box 18, Folder 6

El Semanario de Avisos y Conocimientos Utilies (Asuncion, Paraguay); official government newspaper (43 issues). May 21, 1853-

Box 18, Folder 7

Gaceta Oficial (San Jose de Costa Rica); official newspaper of Costa Rican government (1 issue). August 16, 1862.

Box 18, Folder 8

El Pueblo ( Buenos Aires, Argentina); about business (1 issue). December 12, 1866.

Box 18, Folder 9

El Porteno (Buenos Aires, Argentina); about he “Galileo” expedition of 1879--Juan Silvano Godoi’s failed attempt to foment civil war (1 leaf). June 6, 1879.

Box 18, Folder 10

Gaceta (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (1 issue). circa 1880.

Box 18, Folder 11

La Reforma (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1issue). November 4, 1882.

Box 18, Folder 12

La Tribunita (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (1 issue). February 10, 1884.

Box 18, Folders 13-14

El Heraldo (Asuncion, Paraguay) (2 issues). 1884.

Box 18, Folder 15

El Independiente (Asuncion, Paraguay); Official voice of the Libral Party (1887—93) (1 issue). May 7, 1888.

Box 18, Folder 16

Diario Oficial (Asuncion, Paraguay); contains foreign news, government regulations, etc. (1 issue). February 27, 1890.

Box 18, Folder 17

La Voz del Peru (Buenos Aires, Argentina); about politics (1 issue). October 1, 1893.

Box 18, Folder 18

La Prensa (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (1 issue). July 18, 1898.

Box 18, Folder 19

El Sol del Domingo (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (1 issue). January 15, 1899.

Box 18, Folder 20

La Prensa (Asuncion, Paraguay); dedicated completely to the memory of historian Bias Garay, assassinated by political thugs at the age of 26 (1 issue). December 20,1899.

Box 18, Folder 21

Don Quijote (Buenos Aires, Argentina) (1 issue). July 29, 1900.

Box 18, Folder 22

La Patria (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 issue). July 29, 1901.

Box 18, Folder 23

La Democracia (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 issue). July 2, 1901.

Box 18, Folder 24

El Pais (Asuncion, Paraguay); Articles by JSG, Cecilio Baez, Jose Segundo Decoud & Ignacio Pane (1 issue). November 25, 1903.

Box 18, Folder 25

La Idea (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 issue). April 28, 1904.

Box 18, Folder 26

El Civico (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 issue). March 19, 1908.

Box 18, Folder 27

A Tribuna (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) (1 issue). August 9, 1911.

Box 18, Folder 28

El Mosquito (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 issue). November 2, 1912.

Box 18, Folder 29

La Democracia (Asuncion, Paraguay) (4 issues). October 4, 1924.

Box 18, Folder 30

El Liberal (Asuncion, Paraguay); first page mentions an article published by Juan Silvano Godoi (1 issue). April 22, 1925.

Box 18, Folder 31

Boletin de la Deomcracia (1 leaf). undated.

Box 18, Folder 32

La Nacion (Corrientes, Argentina); Telegram sent by the correspondent of “La Nacion” about Paraguayan revolutionaries, led by Juan Silvano godoi, capturing the merchant ship “Galileo” (1 leaf). June 5, 1879.

Box 18, Folder 34

Newspaper clipping about "Comandante Ildefonso Benegas" (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 leaf). August 11, 1906.

Box 18, Folder 35

"La Mision Frias Rumores Graves" (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Regarding border incident Brazil-Uruguay-Argentina (1 leaf). February 6, 1910.

Box 18, Folder 36

Newspaper clippings from El Diario (Asuncion, Paraguay); about a proposal by Dr. Cecilio Baez, jurist and expert in sociology and history. April 23, 1910.

Box 18, Folder 37

Page from La Union (Buenos Aires, Argentina); analysis of "Urquiza". November 10, 1920.

Box 18, Folder 38

Newspaper clipping written by Laurentino Olascoaga from El Liberal (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 leaf). February 10, 1921.

Box 18, Folder 39

Newspaper article titiled "El Ataque a la Capital Paraguaya lo Planeo Jara"; regarding attempted coup in Paraguay (1 leaf). July 26, 1923.

Box 18, Folder 40

Newspaper article titled "Nota pasada por el Rector de la Universidad Dr. Aponte"; regarding Dr.Aponte, director of university (1 leaf). undated.

Box 18, Folder 41

Newspaper article titled "La depreciacion de la moneda" (Asuncion, Paraguay); Pro-Liberal piece on monetary policy (1 leaf). 1925.

Box 18, Folder 42

"Un documento historico" written by Eligio Ayala (Asuncion, Paraguay) (2 leaves). March 1928.

Box 18, Folder 43

"La organizacion actual del ejército paraguayo" from El Diario (Asuncion, Paraguay); Summary of strength and organization of Paraguayan army just prior to Chaco conflict. January 31, 1929.

Box 18, Folder 44

"Rarezas del Museo Godoi" written by J. Magalhaes Junio (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil); Portuguese version of a document describing the Art Museum (3 leaves). February 27, 1935.

Box 18, Folder 45

"Origen de una Propiedad Fiscal" by Miguel Solano Lopez (Bueno Aires, Argentina); regarding property holdings in downtown Asuncion. June 7, 1953.

Box 18, Folder 46

"La Diplomacia de la Triple Alianza" written by Roman J. Carano (Beunos Aires, Argentina); Part of a chapter of a book by Carcano, Argentine historian of the Triple Alliance War. 1953.

Box 18, Folder 47

"Tradiciones y Recuerdos de Buenos Aires" written by Manuel Bilbao (Buenos Aires, Argentina); regarding traditions of Buenos Aires. undated.

Box 18, Folder 49

Mercurio Lusitano, El Gobierno , Mejores Diarios, Idade D'Ouro, and other pamphlets. 1814-1866, undated.

Box 18, Folder 50

"Aviso Al Publico", "Suplemento a la Gaceta No. 180", "Respuesta de S.A.R.". undated.

Box 19, Folder 1

Revista del Centro Estudiantil (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 issue). August 1909.

Box 19, Folder 2

El Maestro Ciruela (Asuncion, Paraguay) (1 issue). March 7, 1910.

Box 19, Folder 3

Revista del Centro Estudiantil (Asuncion,Paraguay) (1 issue). June 1910.

Box 19, Folder 4

Revista del Centro Estudiantes de Derecho (Asuncion, Paraguay); Law review (1 issue). September 1914.

Box 19, Folder 5

Cronica (Asuncion,Paraguay) (1 issue). 1915.

Box 19, Folder 6

"Stamped papers"; from Spain and Paraguay. 1807-1895.

Box 20, Folder 1

Pages from a printed booklet; regarding Platine independence (8 leaves). undated.

Box 20, Folder 16

Advertisement with handwritten note by Parker J. Crosby (1 leaf). November 7, 1900.

Box 20, Folder 27

Newspaper Clippings and invitation with handwritten notes on back (Asuncion, Paraguay). 1913.