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Baker, George B.
Causey, William B.
Coolidge, Archibld C.
Craven, Rear Admiral Thomas T.
De Sereys, Comte G.
Donovan, William J.
Ely, Robert E.
Gregory, Admiral Luther K.
Gruenberger, H. Alfred
Hoover, Herbert C.
Howard, Roy W.
Hunt, William H.
Jahncke, Ernest L.
Logan, James A., Jr.
Nikolic, Baroness Vera
Oliver, G. R.
Pritchett, Henry S.
Taylor, Dr. Alonzo
Wilbur, Ray Lyman
WRITINGS AND SPEECHES
"Stemming the Red Tide, A Sketch of the Activities of Herbert Hoover and His Band of Americans in Central Europe Following the Great War," 1919. Typescript manuscript. 84 pages
Communism in Central Europe, 1919-1920
Economic recovery in Central Europe, 1919
SUBJECT FILE, 1918-1932
American Relief Administration, Central Europe
Appointment and assignments
Austrian relief reports and memoranda
Czechoslovakian, Dalmatian, and Hungarian relief reports and memoranda
Hungarian political situation
Dossier of American Relief Administration, Supreme Economic Council, and other reports and memoranda, including reports on the fall of the Bela Kun government
Statement of Michael Karolyi
Russian relief reports
Telegraphic communications with other American relief offices
Typed transcript, June 24 -August 18, 1919
Typed and holograph originals
April 24 -August 4, 1919
August 5 -August 18, 1919
Selected news reports from European newspapers, January 2 -January 23, 1919
Travel memorandum of W. B. Causey, December 20, 1918 -July 26, 1919
Letters of introduction for T. T. C. Gregory
Letters of thanks from Central European governments
Coolidge, Calvin. Address before the Union League of Philadelphia, November 17, 1927
Hoover for President, 1920-1928
Potash concessions in Spain, Solvay Mining Co., case, 1919
Biological material and genealogy
Military discharge, 1919