Guide to the Paul T. Hanley Papers, 1956-1963
Guide to the Paul T. Hanley Papers, 1956-1963
Collection number: M0151Department of Special Collections and University Archives
Stanford University Libraries
- Department of Special Collections
- Green Library
- Stanford University Libraries
- Stanford, CA 94305-6004
- Phone: (650) 725-1022
- Email: email@example.com
- URL: http://www-sul.stanford.edu/depts/spc/
- Processed by:
- Special Collections staff
- Date Completed:
- ca. 1966
Inter-American Defense College 1963Student Questionnaire
Scope and Content Note
IADC Faculty Comments and 1964Student Questionnaire
Army and Air Caribbean Schools
U.S. Military CINCARIB, etc.
Civic Action, Counterinsurgency
Scope and Content Note
- Lt. Gen. Stanley D. Embick
- Lt. Gen. Hugh A. Drum
- Lt. Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway
- Lt. Gen. Willis D. Crittenberger
- Lt. Gen. Charles L. Bolte
- Major Gen. Robert L. Walsh
- Lt. General Howard A. Craig
- Major Gen. Robert W. Douglass, Jr.
- Admiral Edmond T. Wooldridge
- Gen. Lemuel C. Shepherd, Jr.
- Lt. Gen. Lemuel Mathewson
- Lt. Gen. Robert W. Burns
- Lt. Gen. Edward H. Underhill
- Vice Admiral B. L. Austin
Delegates and Assistants
IADB Staff, Secretariat, etc.
Ambassadors, Foreign Service, etc.
OAS AND United Nations
Historia de la Junta Interamericana de Defensa IADB, Washington, 1961.
Geography of the Organization of American States: A Global View. by Paul Hanley, 1964.
Poderio Espacial y Operaciones Aereo-Terrestres. (Spacepower and Air-Ground Operations: U.S.A.F.) by Richard C. Harris, Wilson T. Jones, and Paul T. Hanley.
The Inter-American Collective Security System, by Paul Hanley, 1956,
Inter-American Defense College material. Information sheet, program, etc.
Inter-American Defense College, Selected speeches presented to the first class of the IADC. Washington, D.C.
Civic Action. Presentation to Inter-American Defense College, Jan. 29, 1963.Col. Thurlo Ashton, USAF.
Inter-American Defense College, Course Outline, Second Course, June 1963-Nov. 1963.
Bibliographies, Second Class.
Inter-American Defense College, Selected speeches presented to the second class of the IADC, Washington, D.C.
Guest Speakers, Second Class, June-Nov., 1963.
News release. Remarks of Paul H. Nitze at the opening ceremony of the IADC, Second Course, 1963.
Remarks presented at the Graduation Exercises of the Second Course of the IADC, 1963.
Opening ceremonies, Third Class. IADC, Feb., 1964.
Inter-American Defense College. Course Outline, Third Course, Feb.-July, 1964.
Selected Speeches presented to the Third Class of the Inter-American Defense College. Washington, D.C.
This I Believe, by the Honorable Spark M. Matsunaga, member of Congress. IADC. March, 1964.
IADC. Course Outline, Fourth Course. Oct-May, 1965.
IADC. Graduation ceremonies. Fourth Class. May 28, 1965.
Bibliography for Section II.
The Inter-American Defense College: A term paper by Doublas W. Davis.
USAF School for Latin America. 1963prospectus. Caribbean Ari Command, Albrook AFB, Canal Zone.
USAF School for Latin America. Information Booklet, 1963.
USAFSLA Questionnaire #1, Sept. 12, 1963.
USAFSLA Questionnaire #2, Sept. 24, 1963.
Air Force information policy letter. Supplement for commanders.
Air Force Civic Action Programs in Latin America.
The Fifth Annual Inter-American Air Force Chiefs Conference, May, 1965.
The U.S. Army School of the Americas. Catalog.
The U.S. Army School of the Americas, History and Current Operations.
International Police Academy. Class book, general course. May-Aug, 1964.
Academia Internacional de Policía. Album Academico, curso general, May-Aug., 1964.
Program Guide to Participant Training in Public Safety. Oct., 1964.Office of Public Safety.
The West Point Conference on Latin American Problems. April, 1964.U.S. Military Academy.
The Organization of American States as a Collective Security System, by Robert J. Redington. Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, D.C. 1961-62.
Boletin de Accion Civica. Fuerzas Armadas de Honduras, Dec., 1962.
Boletin Informativo. Fuerzas Armadas de Venezuela, no. 23, May, 1962.
Operacion Fraternidad. Tegucigalpa Honduras. Sept., 1962.Directiva del Ejercicio, no. 1.
Informacion General Sobre La Operacion America
Conferencia Inter-Americana Do Exercito. Relatorio Final. Forte Amador, Zona Do Canal, July, 1961.
Third Conference of The American Armies. Final Report. Fort Amador, Canal Zone, July, 1962.
Conference of the American Armies. Final Report. Fort Amador, Canal Zone, July, 1963.
Conference of the American Armies. Report of the Proceedings, U.S. Military Academy, Aug., 1964.
Third Annual Inter-American Air Force Chiefs Conference, May 1963.
IV Annual Inter-American Conference of Air Force Chief and Chiefs of State. Final Report on Work Done, May, 1964.
Civic Action in Latin America, by David Thompson. Term paper.
The Caribbean Commission and Western Security, by Norman Pianalto. Term paper.
Senator Smathers' Proposal for an Inter-American Military Peace-Keeping Force, by Linda Lee Eckberg. Term Paper.
Remarks on the attitudes of Canadians towards the Organization of American States and a discussion of the arguments for and against Canada's becoming a Member, by H. E. Sadler, term paper.
Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (Rio Treaty) and The Charter of the Organization of American States, by Thornton Robison. Term paper.
The National War College. Memorandum for members of the faculty and class.
Collective Security Through the Organization of American States, by Arthur Hurow. Army War College Student Thesis.
Regional Collective Security and the Organization of American States, by Lt. Col. Max R. McCarthy. Army War College Thesis.
Role of the Military in the Organization of American States, by Lt. Col. Francis S. Bodine. Air War College Thesis.
Is a Military Force for the Organization of American States Feasible?, by Kenneth P. Burns. Army War College Student Thesis.
United Nations. Towards a dynamic development policy for Latin America. New York, 1963.
Foro Internacional. Revista Trimestral publicada por el Colegio de México. V. 4, no. 1, Julio-Sept., 1963.
Social Progress Trust Fund. Inter-American Development Bank. Third Annual Report, 1963.
Latin America. Trends in Production and Trade. Statistics and Reports Division. Agency for International Development. Oct., 1963.
Applications of the Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance, 1948-1956.Pan American Union. Washington, D. C., 1957.
The Alliance for Progress: A hemispheric response to a global threat. Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Washington, D. C., 1963.
Kemnitzer, William J. The Alliance For Progress. Lecture given at The American Institute for Foreign Trade. April 8-May 28, 1963.
How Much Progress? Alliance for Progress. A report to the publisher of Time, by John Scott.
The Alliance for Progress: its second year. 1962-1964.Pan American Union, Washington, D. C., 1964.
Report to the Inter-American Economic and Social Council presented by the government of the U.S.A. Washington, D.C., Sept., 1963.
U.S. Assistance to Latin America. Obligations and Loan Authorizations, Fy 1953 - Fy 1964.Agency for International Development. Washington, D.C.
Organization of American States. Annual Report of the Secretary General, 1961.
The Organization of American States. Report submitted by the Pan American Union to the 11th Inter-American Conference. 1954-59. 1959.
OAS 10th Inter-American Conference, Caracas, Venezuela, 1954.Report of the Activities of the Organization of American States, 1948-1953.Submitted by the Pan American Union to the 10th Inter-American Conference. 1953.
Lyndon B. Johnson, Freedom, Peace and Progress for the Americas. OAS- Pan American Union. Information Series, no. 3, 1963.
Translations on Cuba, no. 57. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Joint Publications Research Service. June, 1963.
76 American Republics. External Research completed studies. Bureau of Intelligence and Research. Fall 1963-Winter 1964.
Educational Data: Cuba. U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare. Nov., 1962.
Dean Rusk. Report to the Nation: The Punta del Este Conference. The Dept. of State, 1962.
American Republics establish an Alliance for Progress. The Dept. of State. Inter-American Series 73. October, 1961.
Inter-American Defense Board, Year Book, 1950 and 1952,
Junta Interamericana de defensa-1273. Consejo de Delegados, Apendice 2, acta, Sesion 102, 22 de Abril de 1954,Yearbook for 1953
Inter-American Defense Board, Council of Delegates, Appendix 1, minutes, session 129, 23 June 1955.Yearbook for 1954
Inter-American Defense Board, session 168, Appendix 3, 26 Apr. 1956.Yearbook for 1955
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1956,Appendix 2, minutes, session 191, 21 Mar. 1957
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1956, 1 July 1956-30 June 1957,appendix 7, minutes, session 215
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1957, 1 July 1957-30 June 1958,appendix 2, minutes, session 260, 31 July 1958
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1958, 1 July 1958-30 June 1959,appendix 2, minutes, session 302, 10 Sept. 1959
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1959, 1 de Julio-30 de Junio 1960,Secretaria, 25 de Julio de 1960
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1960, 1 July 1960-30 June 1961,Secretariat, 20 July 1961
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1961, 1 July 1961-30 June 1962,Secretariat, 18 Dec. 1962
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1962, 1 July 1962-30 June 1963,Secretariate, 15 July 1963,(with memorandum)
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1963, 1 July 1963-30 June 1964,Secretariat, 22 June 1964,with memorandum
Inter-American Defense Board, Yearbook 1964, 1 July 1964-30 June 1965,Secretariat, 20 July 1965
It Is Not Too Late in Latin America. Proposals for Action Now by J. Peter Grace. n.d.
Organization of American States. Pan American Union, General Secretariat, Organization of American States. Suggestions for the Study of Latin America. n.d.
Special Consultative Committee on Security. Pan American Union. Report of the Special Consultative Committee on Security on the Work Done During its Fifth Regular Meeting, October 18 to November 10, 1965.
Special Consultative Committee of Security Against the Subversive Action of International Communism. Initial General Report. 1962
Toward a Free World... [Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama]
The Inter-American System: Its Evolution and Role Today. Pan American Union, 1963
Alliance for Progress. Official Documents Emanating from the Special Meeting of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council at the Ministerial Level. Held in Punta del Este, Uruguay from August 5 to 17, 1961
Special Study Mission to Latin America: Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica. Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, 1963
President Kennedy speaks on The Alliance for Progress
The Alliance for Progress: Its Program and Goals by Teodoro Moscoso
The Inter-American Defense Board: An Introduction to Mutual Security Planning by the American Republics. Inter-American Defense Board
The Department of State. American Republics Establish an Alliance for Progress. Reprint from the Department of State Bulletin
Introduction to the Latin American Republics. Pan American Union
Council of the Oganization of American States, 15 June 1963.Report of the Alliance for Progress Presented by Senator Juscelino Kubitochek, former President of Brazil
Council of the Organization of American States, 15 June 1963.Report on the Alliance for progress Presented by Dr. Alberto Lleras, former President of Colombia
Alianza para Progreso, folder, press releases, brochures