Register of the European Technical Advisers Records, 1918-1923

Prepared by Rebecca J. Mead
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford University
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Phone: (650) 723-3563
Fax: (650) 725-3445
Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
© 1999
Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Register of the European Technical Advisers Records, 1918-1923

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Prepared by:
Rebecca J. Mead
Date Completed:
1987
© 1999 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: European Technical Advisers Records,
Date (inclusive): 1918-1923
Collection number: XX006
Creator: European Technical Advisers
Collection Size: 69 manuscript boxes. (28.7 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, reports, statistics, and financial records, relating to railway operation, fuel production, and other aspects of economic reconstruction in Austria, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and Yugoslavia.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection open for research.

Publication Rights

For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], European Technical Advisers Records, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Access Points

Fuel--Austria.
Fuel--Czechoslovakia.
Fuel--Poland.
Fuel--Yugoslavia.
Railroads--Austria.
Railroads--Czechoslovakia.
Railroads--Poland.
Railroads--Yugoslavia.
Reconstruction (1914-1939)--Austria.
Reconstruction (1914-1939)--Czechoslovakia.
Reconstruction (1914-1939)--Poland.
Reconstruction (1914-1939)--Yugoslavia.
Austria.
Czechoslovakia.
Poland.
Yugoslavia.
United States--Foreign relations.

Historical Note

The European Technical Advisers was a private American advisory organization created in the spring and summer of 1919 by Herbert Hoover, head of the American Relief Administration, in response to concerns that post-peace treaty demobilization of the Central European network of military advisers would leave a serious vacuum in the coordination of highly-complicated economic and technical functions. Technological novelty, governmental disorganization and international antagonisms, as well as wartime disruption of industrial infrastructures, were major problems threatening the rapid re-establishment of economic stability in the area.
Mr. Hoover suggested the establishment of a consulting organization in each country, supported by the funds of the respective governments (usually taken from reparations remittances). The technical advisers were agents of the countries in which they worked; however, their efforts were supported by offices in New York and Paris, staffed by American Relief Administration (A.R.A.) personnel, and supervised by a Board of Trustees. Mr. Hoover was the first Chairman of the Board, but upon his becoming Commerce Secretary in the Harding Administration, this function was divided between W.B. Poland and Edgar Rickard. Colonel James A. Logan, Jr. headed the Paris agency, which served as an important liasion between the technical advisers, the A.R.A., the Reparations Commission and other Allied authorities headquartered in Paris.
The technical advisers were primarily responsible for generating reports and recommendations, but they often served important executive functions as well, particularly in negotiating with other countries and in conferring with officials and businessmen. Theoretically, each mission had a technical adviser, a food adviser and a financial adviser; in actuality, the focus was on mining, manufacturing, transportation, and industry. Of prime importance was the condition of the railways: the technical advisers worked on problems relating to procurement of adequate rolling stock, transportation of food and fuel, incorporation of regional networks, and evaluation of tariffs, import and export licensing, rates, administrative organization, and schedules. The advisers also dealt with similar problems relating to the production and distribution of coal and oil, as well as other commodities (textiles, timber, sugar, grain); their coordinative efforts also greatly aided the A.R.A. in providing relief aid within these areas. After two years, sufficient progress had been made to allow the official termination of the missions in late 1921-early 1922.

Series Description

Box es 1-14

EXECUTIVE OFFICE FILES, 1919-1923.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, telegrams, budgets, invoices, and other financial materials, memoranda, reports, charts, statistics, clippings, speeches and writings, meeting minutes, contracts and miscellany. Arranged alphabetically by country.
Box es 14-29

MISSION TO AUSTRIA OFFICE FILES, 1919-1923.

Scope and Content Note

Budgets, accounts, ledgers and other financial materials, passports, telegrams, correspondence, miscellany, contracts, reports and memoranda. Arranged by subject.
Box es 29-32

MISSION TO CZECHOSLOVAKIA OFFICE FILES, 1919-1922.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, budgets, accounts and other financial materials, reports, telegrams, contracts, statistics, miscellany, memoranda, speeches and writings, printed material and meeting minutes. Arranged by subject.
Box es 32-62

MISSION TO POLAND OFFICE FILES, 1918-1922.

Scope and Content Note

Speeches, typescript and printed articles, blueprints, book orders, correspondence, clippings, budgets, accounts and other financial materials, maps, charts, meeting minutes, passes and passports, miscellany, reports, statistics, telegrams, contracts, and schedules. Arranged by subject.
Box es 63-69

MISSION TO THE KINGDOM OF THE SERBS, CROATS AND SLOVENES (YUGOSLAVIA) OFFICE FILES, 1919-1920.

Scope and Content Note

Meeting minutes, reports, correspondence, memoranda, contracts, maps, financial materials, miscellany, printed material, diagrams and blueprints. Arranged by subject.

Container List

 

EXECUTIVE OFFICE FILES, 1919-1923

Box 1

General

Folder 1-2

General. Logan, James A., telegrams and letters

Folder 3-5

Financial material

Folder 6

Miscellaneous

Folder 7

Organization

Folder 8

Personnel

Folder 9

Supplies. Army surplus

 

Files relating to the mission to Austria

 

General

Folder 10-13

General. Liquidation of the mission. Includes materials relating to negotiations with Austrian Government, sale of equipment and other matters

Folder 14

Articles. Railway Age

Folder 15-18

Financial material. Includes bank balance, monthly statements, invoice charges, and other miscellaneous material

Folder 19

Miscellaneous

 

Organizational materials

Folder 20

Causey, Colonel, Chief of Mission

Folder 21

Causey, Colonel, visit to U.S.

Folder 22

Equipment

Folder 23

Finance of mission

Folder 24

Office of mission

Folder 25

Logan, James A., Jr.

Folder 26

Policy of mission

Folder 27

Trustees and joint managers

Folder 28

Records, shipment of

Box 2

Reports

Folder 1

Final

Folder 2

General conditions

Folder 3

Resume of work of mission

Folder 4

Weekly

Folder 5

Salaries

 

Austrian government

Folder 6

General

Folder 7

Foreign Affairs Ministry

Folder 8

Railways Ministry

Folder 9

Burgenland

 

Coal

Folder 10

General

Folder 11

Use of pulverized coal

Folder 12

Coke

Folder 13

Financial and economic conditions

Folder 14

Geneva Conference

Folder 15

Goode, Sir William

Folder 16

Industrial conditions

Folder 17

Italian King's visit to Vienna

Folder 18

Plebiscite, West Hungary

Folder 19

Political conditions

Folder 20

Portorose Conference

Folder 21

Proclamations

Folder 22

Railway mission, French and British section

 

Reparations

Folder 23

Milch cows

Folder 24

Reparations Commission

Folder 25

Telegraph system

Folder 26

Tourists

 

Transportation

Folder 27

General. Condition of railways

Folder 28

Reorganization of state railways

Folder 29

Upper Silesia

Box 3

Files relating to the mission to Czechoslovakia

 

General

Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Clippings

Folder 3

Correspondence and memoranda

Folder 4-6

Financial materials

 

Organizational materials

Folder 7-8

General

Folder 9-10

Closing of office

Folder 11

Reports

Folder 12

Supplies

Folder 13

Automobiles

 

Czechoslovak government

Folder 14

General

Folder 15

Masaryk, Jan. Report on the Russian situation

Folder 16

Food conditions

Folder 17

Portorose Conference

Folder 18-19

Transportation

Folder 20

Raw materials needed

 

Files relating to the mission to Poland

 

General

Folder 21-22

General. Speeches and writings by Col. Barber

Folder 23

Clippings

Folder 24

Correspondence and memoranda

Folder 25-29

Financial materials

Box 4

Organization

Folder 1-3

General

Folder 4-6

Closing of mission

Folder 7

Personnel, appreciation letters

 

Purchasing and shipping

Folder 8-9

Cars, locomotives and cranes

Folder 10

Electric generating sets

Folder 11

Explosives

Folder 12

Fertilizers

Folder 13

Gasoline passenger cars

Folder 14

Miscellaneous

Folder 15

Pile drivers

Folder 16

Rails

Folder 17

Rules and forms for accounting

Folder 18

Shipping Board claims

Folder 19

Tractors

Folder 20

Waste

 

Reports

 

General

Folder 21

Final

Box 5, Folder 1

Monthly

Folder 2

Progress

 

Inspection trips

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

Oil fields. Ferguson report

Folder 5

American-Polish Chamber of Commerce

Folder 6

Coal

Folder 7

Corn

Folder 8

Explosives from Germany

Folder 9

Financial and economic conditions

Folder 10

Food conditions. Durand report, 1920-1921

Folder 11

Foreign Trade Finance Corporation. Relates to loans

Folder 12

Forest and timber lands

Folder 13

General conditions

Folder 14

Genoa Conference

Folder 15

German-Poland settlement

Folder 16

Guaranty Trust, Polish agreement

Box 6, Folder 1

Mining

Folder 2

Oil

 

Polish government

Folder 3

Cabinet

Folder 4

Commerce and Industry Ministry

Folder 5

Consul General in New York City

Folder 6

Polish Official Purchasing Bureau

Folder 7

Political conditions

Folder 8

Tests and standards

 

Transportation

Folder 9

General conditions

Folder 10

British-Polish sale of equipment

Folder 11

Car shops at Ostrowa

Folder 12

First railway built after Armistice

Folder 13

Freight traffic agreement between Poland and Hungary

Folder 14

Maintenance of way situation

Folder 15

Opening new railway

Folder 15

Railway control of Danzig terminal

Folder 16

Reconstruction program

Folder 17

Rolling stock

Folder 18

State Railway Council

Folder 19

Tables of railway traffic

Folder 20

Wagon needs

 

Upper Silesia

Folder 21

General

Folder 22

Chemical industry

Folder 23

Coal mines

Folder 24

Coke ovens

Folder 25

Economic conditions

Folder 26

Industrial conditions

 

Iron

Folder 27

Foundries

Folder 28

Half products

Folder 29

Mines

Folder 30

Lead foundries

Folder 31

Lead and silver foundries

Folder 32

Mechanical and machinery industry

Folder 33

Mining and industrial region

Folder 34

Open hearth furnaces, production of

Folder 35

Plesbiscite

Folder 36

Polish Economic Delegation at Paris Peace Conference, 1919 June

Folder 37

Political conditions

Folder 38

Production

Folder 39

Raw materials, production of

Folder 40

Rolling mills

Folder 41

Steel plants

Folder 42

Textile, mineral, paper and other industries

 

Transportation

Folder 43

General

Folder 44

Wagon situation

 

Zinc

Folder 45

Foundries

Folder 46

Rolling mills

 

Zinc and lead

Folder 47

Production and export

Folder 48

Roasting furnaces, zinc and lead ores

Folder 49

Files relating the the mission to South Russia (proposed?)

Box 7

Files relating to the mission to the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Yugoslavia)

 

General

Folder 1-4

General. Miscellaneous papers

Box 8, Folder 1-3

General. Miscellaneous

Box 9, Folder 1-3

Correspondence

Folder 4

Financial material

Box 10, Folder 1-2

Financial material

Folder 3

Office files

 

Personnel material

Folder 4

General

Folder 5

Coe, C.S.

 

Purchases

Folder 6

General

Folder 7

Automobiles and parts

Folder 8

Brushes and brush holders

Folder 9

Locomotive cranes (War Department)

Folder 10

Railroad material (War Department)

Box 11, Folder 1

Telegraph and telephone, cranes

Folder 2

Wrecking cranes (War Department)

 

Reports

 

General

Folder 3-4

General

Folder 5

Atwood, William G.

Folder 6

Conferences with Yugoslav officials

Folder 7

Statistics. General information

Folder 8

Concessions, financial, industrial

Folder 9

Electric lights, tramways

Folder 10-11

Government

 

Mining

 

General

Folder 12-13

General

Box 12, Folder 1-2

Reports

Folder 3-5

Coal

Box 13, Folder 1

Iron

Folder 2

Salt

Folder 3

Oil

Folder 4

Railways

 

Shipping

Folder 5

General. Transportation matters and claims

Folder 6

Cadillac

Folder 7

Charter of two French steamers

Folder 8

Insurance on cargoes in France

Folder 9

Lost tires

Folder 10

Right axle shift and cushion

 

Ships

Folder 11

Allies

Folder 12

Altmarek

Folder 13-15

Lake Eckhart and Lake Fontana

Box 14, Folder 1

Lakeside

Folder 2

Santarem

Folder 3

Typewriters

Folder 4-6

United States War Department. Includes awards, purchases, copies of contracts and data relating to cancellation of war debt contract

 

MISSION TO AUSTRIA OFFICE FILES, 1919-1923

Box 14

General

 

Correspondence

 

General

Folder 7-9

A-B

Box 15, Folder 1-8

C-H

Box 16, Folder 1-10

I-P

Box 17, Folder 1-9

Q-Z

Box 18

United States government

Folder 1

Commerce Department

Folder 2-3

War Department

 

Financial materials

Folder 4-6

General. Budgets, accounts and ledgers

 

Vouchers

Folder 7

1919-1920

Box 19, Folder 1-2

1920-1922

Box 20, Folder 1

1922

Folder 2

Meeting materials

Folder 3-4

Memoranda

Folder 5

Miscellaneous. Passports, passes, reservations, recommendations and introductions

Box 21, Folder 1

Press reviews

Folder 2

Statistics

 

Telegrams

Folder 3-6

General, 1919-1920

Box 22, Folder 1

British Food Mission, Vienna

Folder 2

Commercial (incoming, Vienna)

Folder 3

HAM (?) (incoming, Vienna)

Box 23, Folder 1

HAM (?) (outgoing, Vienna)

Folder 2

Incoming, Vienna

Box 24, Folder 1

Incoming, Vienna

Folder 2

Outgoing, Vienna

Folder 3

Miscellaneous

Box 25, Folder 1

Press dispatches, London

Folder 2

Agreements. Austrian-Hungarian and Austrian-Czechoslovak commercial agreements

Folder 3

American National Red Cross

Folder 4

American Relief Administration

Folder 5-6

Austria

Folder 7

Bate, F.B.

Box 26, Folder 1

British Food Mission

Folder 2

Burgenland

Folder 3

Cement

 

Coal

Folder 4

General

Folder 5-7

Austria

Folder 8

Czechoslovakia

Folder 9

Hungary

Folder 10

Poland

Folder 11

Railroads

Folder 12

Upper Silesia

Folder 13

Yugoslavia

 

Communications

Folder 14

General

Folder 15

Austria

Box 27, Folder 1

Copper

Folder 2

Czechoslovakia

Folder 3

Danube arbitration

Folder 4

Explosives

 

Food

Folder 5-6

Austria

Folder 7

Czechoslovakia

Folder 8

Hungary

Folder 9

Italy

Folder 10

Yugoslavia

Folder 11

Hungary

Folder 12

Imports

Folder 13

Magnesite

Folder 14

Miscellaneous

Folder 15

Missions

 

Oil

Folder 16

General

Folder 17

Austria

Folder 18

Poland

Box 28

Reparations Commission

Folder 1

American Delegation

Folder 2

British Delegation

Folder 3

French Delegation

Folder 4

Italian Delegation

Folder 5

Romania

Folder 6

Sacks. Relates to empty sacks for grain transport

Folder 7

Save River Bridge, Yugoslavia

Folder 8

Strikes

Folder 9

Sugar

Folder 10

Trade reports

Folder 11

Traffic. Primarily weekly reports

 

Transportation

Folder 12

Austria

Folder 13

Czechoslovakia

Folder 14

Convoyers

Folder 15

Hungary

Box 29, Folder 1

Locomotives

Folder 2

Poland

Folder 3

Railroad cars

Folder 4

Southern Railway (Sudbahn)

Folder 5

Yugoslavia

 

Yugoslavia

Folder 6

General

Folder 7

Remittances

 

MISSION TO CZECHOSLOVAKIA OFFICE FILES, 1919-1922

Box 29

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 8-10

General. Daily file, 1920 Oct.-1921 Sept.

Folder 11

Austria-Budapest

Folder 12

Poland-Warsaw

Folder 13-16

Financial materials

Box 30, Folder 1-3

Financial materials

Folder 4

Organization and administration, 1920-1921

Folder 5

Personnel

Folder 6

Reports. Director's status reports to New York and Paris

Folder 7

Telegrams

Folder 8

Agreements

 

American Relief Administration

Folder 9

General

Folder 10

International Committee for Relief Credits. Primarily reports relating to economic conditions in Europe

Folder 11

Behrman, Major I.E.

Folder 12

Bratislava Conference

Folder 13

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

 

Coal

Folder 14

General. Statistics, reports, memoranda and correspondence

Box 31, Folder 1-2

General

Folder 3

Austria

Folder 4

Czechoslovakia

Folder 5

Germany

Folder 6

Hungary

Folder 7

Prices

Folder 8

Upper Silesia

 

Czechoslovak government

Folder 9

General

Folder 10

Food Ministry

Folder 11

Foreign Affairs Ministry. Includes a summary of a speech by Eduard Benes, Minister of Foreign Affairs

Folder 12

Railway Ministry

Folder 13

Economic conditions

Folder 14

Exports and imports

 

Food

Folder 15

General. Primarily statistical reports

Folder 16

Breadstuffs

 

Decontrol

Folder 17

Czechoslovakia

Folder 18

England

Folder 19

Flour

Folder 20

Milk

Folder 21

Russia

Folder 22

Wheat

Box 32, Folder 1

Hoover War Library

Folder 2

Hungary

Folder 3

Hutchinson, Lincoln

Folder 4

Industries

Folder 5

Land reform

Folder 6

Lutzaw, Countess

Folder 7

Oil

Folder 8

Population

Folder 9

Railways

Folder 10

Red Cross, American Junior

Folder 11

Textiles

Folder 12

United States Legation

Folder 13

United States Trade Commissioner

Folder 14

Upper Silesia

 

MISSION TO POLAND OFFICE FILES, 1918-1922

Box 32

General

Folder 15

General. Relates to the telephone system

Folder 16

Addresses

Folder 17

Articles

Folder 18

Blueprints

Folder 19

Book orders and related correspondence

Folder 20

Claims

Folder 21

Clippings

 

Correspondence

 

General

 

General. Alphabetical

Folder 22-27

A-F

Box 33, Folder 1-18

G-Z

 

New York Office

Folder 19

General

Folder 20

Krueger, J.W.

Folder 21

Poland, W.B.

Folder 22

Sawtelle, R.H.

Folder 23

Shattuck, E.P.

Folder 24

Wescott, G.C.

Box 34, Folder 1-4

Barber, A.B.

Folder 5-7

Causey, W.B.

Box 35, Folder 1-4

Fisk, A.J.

Folder 5

Gabriel, H.R.

Folder 6-8

Gaskill, C.S.

Box 36, Folder 1-4

Smith, H.B.

 

Financial materials

 

General

Folder 5-7

General. Includes material relating to the Edge Bill, amending the Federal Reserve Act with reference to foreign banking

Folder 8

Relief credits

Folder 9

Remittances

Folder 10

Guaranty Trust

Folder 11

Morgan-Harjes Company

Folder 12

General

 

Jay, W.D.

Box 37, Folder 1

Forms

Folder 2

Maps and diagrams

Folder 3

Meeting materials

Folder 4

Passes and passports

Folder 5-7

Personnel materials

 

Reports

 

General

Folder 8-10

General

Box 38, Folder 1-2

Monthly

Folder 3

Geological

Folder 4

Mechanical

 

Statistics

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Industrial

Folder 7-10

Telegrams

Box 39, Folder 1-7

Telegrams

Box 40, Folder 1-7

Telegrams

Folder 8

Trip materials (Berlin)

Folder 9

Accidents

 

Agreements, contracts, negotiations, treaties

Folder 10-11

General

Folder 12

Czechoslovakia

Folder 13-14

Danzig

Box 41, Folder 1

Germany. SEE ALSO: Coal/Agreements with Germany

Folder 2

Hungary-Czechoslovakia

 

Agriculture

Folder 3

General

 

Crops

Folder 4

General

Folder 5

Increased production

Folder 6

Posen

Folder 7

Education

Folder 8

Fertilizers

Folder 9

Machinery

Folder 10

Polish Agricultural Society

Folder 11

Soldiers, land settlement

Folder 12

Uncultivated lands

Folder 13

American Car and Foundry Company

Folder 14

American Consulate, Warsaw

 

American Embassy, Paris

Folder 15

General

Folder 16

Harrison, Leland

Folder 17-20

Logan, J.A.

Box 42, Folder 1

American Legation, Warsaw

Folder 2

American Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

Griffin, A.

 

American Relief Administration

Folder 5

General

 

European Children's Fund, Danzig

Folder 6

General

Folder 7

Lange, J.H.

 

European Children's Fund, London

Folder 8

General

Folder 9

Bridges, A.R.

Folder 10

Brown, Walter Lyman

Folder 11

Owen, Herbert

Folder 12

Quinn, C.J.C.

 

European Children's Fund, Warsaw

Folder 13

General

Folder 14

Baldwin, P.S.

Folder 15

Fuller, W.P.

Folder 16

White, J.C.

Folder 17

Moscow

 

New York

Folder 18

General

Folder 19

Sherman, Roger

Folder 20

Vienna

Folder 21

Supplies

Folder 22

Americans in Warsaw

 

Approvisation

Folder 23

General

Folder 24

Mining districts

Folder 25

Atterbury, W.W.

Folder 26

Attolico, S.

Folder 27

Atwood, William G. (European Technical Advisers, Yugoslavia)

Folder 28

Austrian troubles

 

Automobiles

Folder 29

General

Folder 30

Automobile Club

Folder 31

Permits

Folder 32

Supplies

Folder 33

Transport

Box 43, Folder 1

Baldwin Locomotive Works

Folder 2

Bodman, H.L.

Folder 3

Bogdanovitsch, Charles

Folder 4

Bojenski, Eugene

Folder 5

Brawer, Lewis

Folder 6

Bristol Hotel

Folder 7

British Mission

Folder 8

Brown, Marshall W.

Folder 9

Bryant, M.C.

Folder 10

Bulgaria

Folder 11

Citizen's Repatriation League

 

Coal

 

General

Folder 12

General

Folder 13-14

Reports

Folder 15-16

Statistics

Box 44, Folder 1

Statistics

Folder 2-3

Telegrams

Folder 4

Agreements with Germany

Folder 5

Blockade

 

Central European Coal Commission

Folder 6-7

General

Folder 8

Brand, William S.

Folder 9-10

Nutt, H.C.

Folder 11

Coal Commission, Berlin (Reichskohlenkommissar)

Folder 12

Coal Commission, Essen

Folder 13

Consumption

Folder 14

Conservation

 

Export

Folder 15

General

Folder 16

Austria

 

Import

Folder 17

Czechoslovakia

 

Germany

Folder 18-21

General

Folder 22

Teschen

Folder 23-25

Upper Silesia

Folder 26

Inter-Allied Coal Mission (A.C. Goodyear)

Folder 27

Market

 

Mines

Folder 28

General

 

Dabrowa

Folder 29

General

Folder 30

Names of mines and directors

Folder 31

Red Cross relief

Folder 32

Rada Zjazdu (coal mining company)

Folder 33

Wage scale

Box 45, Folder 1-3

Prices

 

Production and distribution

Folder 4-7

General

Folder 8

Europe

Folder 9

Germany

Folder 10-11

Poland

Folder 12

Trade

Folder 13

Transportation

Folder 14

Coe, C.S.

Folder 15

Commercial exchanges

Folder 16

Concessions

Folder 17

Cost of living

Folder 18

Cruikshank, W.D.

Folder 19

Czechoslovakia, Warsaw Legation (I.E. Behrman, Secretary)

Folder 20-21

Czechoslovakia, troubles

Box 46

Danzig

Folder 1-2

General

Folder 3

League of Nations (R. Haking, Commissioner)

Folder 4-5

Port conditions

Box 47, Folder 1

Transportation of troops

Folder 2

Durand, E.D.

Folder 3

Economic conditions

Folder 4

Electric works

Folder 5-6

Equipment, purchase of

Folder 7

Evacuation

Folder 8

Explosives for Czechoslovakia

Folder 9-10

Ferguson, R.N.

 

Food

Folder 11

Control

Box 48, Folder 1

Fats and miscellaneous foods, imports from United States

Folder 2

Food Export Corporation of America

Folder 3-4

Food situation

 

Grain

Folder 5

General. Reports

Folder 6

Control

 

Imports

Folder 7

General

Folder 8-9

United States

Folder 10

Marketing methods

Folder 11

Romanian purchase

Folder 12

United States Grain Corporation

Folder 13

Wheat, world supply

Folder 14

Livestock

Folder 15

Potatoes

Folder 16

Sugar

Folder 17

Foreign commerce

Folder 18

Furniture

 

Germany

Folder 19-20

Border with Poland

Folder 21

Economic relations

Box 49, Folder 1

Economic relations

Folder 2

Employees in Poland

 

Government

Folder 3

Finance Ministry (Behrendt)

Folder 4

Foreign Ministry, Berlin (Auswartiges Amt)

 

Gray and Company

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Torrey, Claire M.

Folder 7

Haller, Joseph

Folder 8

Hines, W.D.

Folder 9

Hoover, Herbert

Folder 10

Hungary

Folder 11

Hutchinson, Lincoln (European Technical Advisers, Czechoslovakia)

Folder 12

Iron and steel industry

Folder 13

Joint Distribution Committee

Folder 14

Joy, Benjamin

Folder 15

Karlinski, W.P.

Folder 16

Kopec, Thadeusz

Folder 17

Krasnodebski, J.P.

 

Labor

Folder 18

General

Folder 19

International Bureau of Labor

Folder 20

Wages

Folder 21

Landsberg, E.

Folder 22

League of Nations

Folder 23

Levre, Gaston

Box 50

Lithuania

Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Vilna

Folder 3

McCormick, Medill

Folder 4

MacKenzie, Mrs. J.C.

Folder 5

Majchrowicz, Thaddeus

Folder 6

Marcussen, Max

Folder 7

Miscellaneous. Primarily railroad material

 

Mines. SEE ALSO: Coal/Mines

Folder 8-10

Explosives

Box 51, Folder 1-2

Machinery

Folder 3

Timber

Folder 4

Navigation

 

Oil

 

General

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Investigations

Folder 7

Gasoline

Folder 8

Vacuum Oil Company

Folder 9

Peoples' Industrial Trading Corporation of the U.S.A.

Folder 10

Pile drivers

 

Poland

Folder 11

General

 

Government

 

Ministries

 

General

Folder 12

Ministers' Council

Folder 13

Paderewski, I.J., Prime Minister

Folder 14

Agriculture and Public Works Ministry

Folder 15

Appropriations Ministry

 

Commerce and Industry Ministry

Folder 16-17

General

Box 52, Folder 1

Arct, Stanislaw

Folder 2

Doerman, A.

Folder 3

Kramsztyk, G.

Folder 4

Lempicki,

Folder 5

Finance Ministry

Folder 6

Foreign Affairs Ministry

Folder 7

Post and Telegraph Ministry

Folder 8

Public Works Ministry

 

Railways Ministry

Folder 9-14

General

Folder 15

Bartel, K.

Folder 16

Eberhardt, J.

Folder 17

Wrobel, Ignace

Folder 18

War Ministry

Folder 19

Polish Consulate, New York

Folder 20

Polish Consulate, Paris

Folder 21

Polish American Society

Folder 22

Polish-Danzig Convention

Folder 23

Polish Foreign Trading Corporation

Folder 24

Polish Purchasing Bureau, New York

Folder 25

Polish Shipping League

Folder 26

Polish State Loan Bank

Box 53, Folder 1-2

Posen

 

Prisoners of war

Folder 3

Austria-Hungary

Folder 4

Russia

 

Red Cross

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Medical supplies

 

Reparations Commission

Folder 7

General. Bulletins

Folder 8

Ditmas, F.I.L.

Folder 9-10

Falter, Albert (Polish Delegation, Berlin)

Folder 11

Ferrero, Ernesto

Folder 12

Isabelle, E.T.

Folder 13

Rickard, Edgar

Folder 14

Rodowicz, Stanislaw

Folder 15

Rohn, Baron (Chief, Austrian Delegation of Goods Exchange for Warsaw)

Folder 16

Romania

 

Russia

Folder 18

General

Folder 19

Ukraine

Folder 20

Ryan, T.R.

Folder 21

Ryan, W.B. (European Technical Advisers, Czechoslovakia)

Box 54, Folder 1

Salt mines

Folder 2

Special orders

Folder 3

Storage capacity

Folder 4

Sullivan Company

Folder 5

Tariff studies

Folder 6

Textiles

 

Timber

Folder 7

General

Folder 8

Export

 

Transportation

Folder 9

Barges

 

Railroads

 

General

Folder 10-11

General

Folder 12

Conferences

Box 55, Folder 1

Reports

Folder 2

Statistics

 

Allied Railway Mission

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

Hammond, F.D.

 

Cars

 

General

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Czechoslovakia

Folder 7-8

Germany

Folder 9

Hungary

Folder 10-12

Upper Silesia

Folder 13

Armistice cars

Folder 14

Congestion, Oderberg

Folder 15

Distribution

Box 56, Folder 1

Freight cars

Folder 2

Loadings

Folder 3-4

Shops

Folder 5

Czechoslovak Railway Ministry (I.E. Behrman)

Folder 6

Electric trains

Folder 7

Freight rates

Folder 8

German Railway Ministry

Folder 9

Liquidation

 

Locomotives

Folder 10-11

General. Shops

Folder 12

Austria

Folder 13

Russian gauge

Folder 14

Military

Folder 15

New lines

Folder 16-17

Oil trains

Folder 18

Organization

Box 57, Folder 1

Organization

Folder 2-3

Regulations and restrictions

Folder 4

Revenue and expense

 

Rolling stock

 

General

Folder 5-6

General

 

Repatriation

Folder 7

1919-1920

Box 58, Folder 1

1921

Folder 2

Austro-Hungarian

Folder 3-4

British

Folder 5

German

Folder 6

United States

Folder 7

Vienna Conference

Folder 8

Schedules

Folder 9

Spare parts

Folder 10-11

Supplies, delivery of

 

Terminals

Folder 12

General

Folder 13

Warsaw

Folder 14

Ties

Folder 15-16

Tonnage

 

Traction

 

Traffic

Folder 18-19

General. Passenger

Folder 20

Danzig and Vistula

Box 59, Folder 1-2

Poland, Austria, and Czechoslovakia

Folder 3

Polish corridor

Folder 4

Romania

Folder 5

Wawel trains

Folder 6-7

Shipping

Folder 8

Steamer advices and reports

Folder 9

Steamer movements

 

Waterways

Folder 10

General

Folder 11

Vistula River, improvement of

 

Typhus mission

Folder 12

General

Folder 13

Gilchrist, H.L.

Folder 14

Typewriters

 

Upper Silesia

 

General

Folder 15

General

Box 60, Folder 1-2

General

Folder 3

Kesgycki, Daniel (Polish Consul General)

Folder 4

Coal division after plebiscite

Box 61

Plebiscite

 

General

Folder 1-3

General

Box 62, Folder 1

Division plans

Folder 2

Memorials

Folder 3-4

Statistics

Folder 5

Korfanty, W. (Polish Commissioner General of Plebiscite)

Folder 6

White metal

 

MISSION TO THE KINGDOM OF THE SERBS, CROATS AND SLOVENES (YUGOSLAVIA) OFFICE FILES, 1919-1920

Box 63

General

Folder 1-2

General. Conferences and materials related to closing the mission; also, special documents removed from files before storage

 

Correspondence

Folder 3-4

1920 Jan.-Feb.

Box 64, Folder 1-7

1920 March-Sept.

Folder 8

Finances

Folder 9

Maps

Box 65, Folder 1-2

Reports

Folder 3

Automobiles and equipment

Folder 4

Bridges

Folder 5

Food trains for Austria

 

Mines

Folder 6

General

Folder 7

Bosnia

Box 66, Folder 1-2

Bosnia

Folder 3

Croatia

Folder 4

Serbia

Folder 5

Slovenia

Folder 6

Vojvodina

 

Railways

Folder 7

General. Correspondence, memoranda and reports related to specific projects

Box 67, Folder 1-5

General

Box 68, Folder 1-2

General

 

Reports

Folder 3

General

Folder 4-5

Belgrade direction

Folder 6

Subotica direction

Box 69, Folder 1

Subotica direction

Folder 2

Terminal improvements, recommendations

 

United States War Department

Folder 3

Cancelled contract

Folder 4-5

Surplus and scrap