Preliminary Inventory to the George Davis Herron Papers, 1916-1927

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Preliminary Inventory to the George Davis Herron Papers, 1916-1927

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Descriptive Summary

Title: George Davis Herron Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1916-1927
Collection number: 23002
Creator: Herron, George Davis, 1862-1925
Extent: 16 volumes, 30 manuscript boxes, 4 scrapbooks, 2 microfilm reels (20.8 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, interviews, lectures, essays, notes, and clippings, relating to the League of Nations, territorial quesions, prisoners of war, and other political and economic issues at the Paris Peace Conference.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Language: English.

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Access Points

Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
League of Nations
Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920)
Peace
Prisoners of war
World War, 1914-1918
World War, 1914-1918 -- Germany
World War, 1914-1918 -- Peace
World War, 1914-1918 -- Prisoners and prisons
World War, 1914-1918 -- Territorial questions
Germany
United States -- Foreign relations


Container List

 

BOUND VOLUMES (on shelf)

 

Volume I. Germany-1

item I

Letter to Mr. W.F. Sharp, American Ambassador in Paris, 1917 December 5

item II

Second letter to Sharp, 1917 December 28

item III

Letter from Mr. Sharp to Herron, 1918 January 17

item IV

From Mr. H.R. Wilson, American Legation, Bern, 1918 January 24

item V

Legation Report of conversation between Herron and Muehlon, 1918 February 12

item VI

Conversation with Conrad Haussmann, 1918 February 14

item VI A

Letter of Haussmann to Dr. van Beek en Donk, 1918 February 16

item VI B

Document by Muehlon handed to Herron, 1918 February 17

item VI C

Letter addressed by Prince Max von Baden to Prince Alexander Hohenlohe; furnished to Herron by Muehlon, 1918 February 17

item VII

Letter of Herron to Wilson concerning message of Muehlon, 1918 February 18

item VIII

Letter from Dr. Fred Perrière, International Committee of the Red Cross, to Herron concerning information that follows, 1918 February 12

item VIII A

Letter of Professor Staudinger to Dr. Perrière referred to in document, 1918 February 1

item VIII B

Second letter of Professor Staudinger to Dr. Perrière, 1918 February 8

item IX

Conversations between Count Montgelas and Herron, 1918 February 28

item X

Second conversation with Montgelas, 1918 March 1

item XI

Concerning telegram of Lammasch (telegram is in Austrian documents), 1918 March 11

item XII

Concerning German peace messengers, 1918 March 12

item XIII

Conversations between Herron and Professor Edgar Jaffé of the University of Munich, 1918 March 26

item XIV

Conversation with Professor Quidde, 1918 April 19

item XV

Concerning ostensible interview in "Daily Mail"; conversation with Professor Delmar, 1918 May 11

item XVI

Explanation of Commander Whittall concerning the same, 1918 May 14

item XVII

Confidential letter from Professor Bauer, University of Basel, regarding possible German invasion of Switzerland, 1918 May 22

item XVIII

British Foreign Office and Quidde interview, 1918 May 23

item XIX

Letter from de Yong van Beek en Donk concerning the interview, 1918 May 23

item XX

Reply of Herron to Van Beek en Donk, 1918 May 24

item XXI

Herron to Wilson concerning Bauer's letter, 1918 May 27

item XXII

Letter of Foerster to Muehlon concerning German peace conditions, 1918 June 4

item XXIII

Translation of Foerster's letter to Muehlon, 1918 June 4

item XXIV

Herron to Wilson on current matters, 1918 June 6

item XXV

Beginning of Bavarian conversations between Dr. de Fiori and Herron, 1918 May 8, June 5

item XXV A

A new German peace initiative; First conversation between de Fiori and Herron, 1918 June 14

item XXV B

Continuation of the same. Conversations stenographically taken down and verified by both de Fiori and Herron

item XXV C

Continuation of the same, 1918 June 27

item XXV D

Conversation between de Fiori and Professor Bernard Jasink, 1918 July 7

item XXV E

Second series of conversations with Dr. de Fiori, 1918 July 8-12

item XXV F

Third series of conversations with de Fiori, 1918 July 16

item XXV G

Fourth visit of Dr. de Fiori, 1918 September 10

item XXV H

Letter of Herron to Bland enclosing report of de Fiori's fourth visit, for British Foreign Office, 1918 September 12

item XXV I

Letter to Mr. Sharp, American Ambassador in Paris

item XXV K

Herron to Minister Stovall, Bern, 1918 September 14

item XXV L

A last appeal to Germany. Fifth visit of Dr. de Fiori, 1918 October 25

item XXV M

Letter from Dr. de Fiori to Herron, 1918 November 4

item XXV N

A note concerning the above letter, included in next report

item XXV O

Dr. de Fiori's last appeal and fifth visit, 1918 November 4

item XXV P

Telegram from de Fiori to Herron, 1918 November 11

item XXV Q

Letter from de Fiori to Herron, 1918 November 24

item XXV R

Letter from Herron, replying to above, 1918 December 2

item XXV S

Letter from de Fiori to Herron, 1918 December 21

item XXV T

Addendum to reports of the Bavarian Initiative, 1918 December 23

item XXVI

Concerning a Papal initiative of peace negotiations, 1918 July 1

 

Volume II. Germany-2

item XXVII

Concerning Admiral Hintze, the new German Foreign Minister, 1918 July 11

item XXVIII

Letter of Bland to Herron, 1918 July 12

item XXIX

Conversations with Professor Singer and Professor Jasink, 1918 July 20

item XXX

Letter of Herron to Bland, 1918 July 21

item XXXI

Letter of Herron to Bland

item XXXI A

Report mentioned above

item XXXI B

Memorandum, 1918 July 8

item XXXII

Letter from Bland to Herron, 1918 July 30

item XXXIII

Letter from Professor Hertz in Vienna to Herron, 1918 August 4

item XXXIV

Letter of Herron to Bland concerning Muehlon, 1918 August 5

item XXXV

Other letter of Herron to Bland, 1918 August 5

item XXXVI

Herron to Troelstra, 1918 August 17

item XXXVII

Troelstra to Herron

item XXXVIII

Report to State Department concerning Troelstra's mission to Switzerland, 1918 August 26

item XXXIX

Letter of Herron to Bland, 1918 August 27

item XL

Troelstra to Herron, 1918 August 27

item XLI

Herron to Troelstra, 1918 August 29

item XLII

Second report to State Department concerning Troelstra, 1918 August 29

item XLIII

Letter from Count Montgelas to Herron, 1918 August 28

item XLIV

Concerning Troelstra's mission. Report of a friend of Sir H. Whittall's who visited Troelstra with letter of introduction from Herron

item XLV

Memorandum of Troelstra sent to Herron by the aforesaid British visitor, 1918 September 3

item XLVI

Report to State Department summing up Troelstra's activities in Switzerland, 1918 September 6

item XLVI A

Memorandum, 1918 September 7

item XLVII

Report about German conditions, 1918 September 9

item XLVIII

Troelstra to Herron, 1918 September 8

item XLIX

Exit Troelstra 1918 September 14

item L

Herron to Troelstra, 1918 September 17

item LI

Letter of Herron to Ambassador Sharp, Paris, enclosing a memorandum, 1918 September 14

item LII

Report to State Department, 1918 September 24

item LIII

Report to State Department, 1918 October (Early)

item LIV

Conversation with Professor Seiler, Berne Medical College, 1918 October 9

item LV

Visit of Professor Nippold, 1918 October 15

item LVI

Memorandum to State Department, 1918 October 22

item LVII

Memorandum to President Wilson, 1918 October 22

item LVIII

Herron to Jasink, 1918 October 24

item LVIII A

Herron to "Le Journal de Genève," 1918 October 26

item LVIII B

Herron to de Benedetti, 1918 October 26

item LIX

Telegram of Herron to de Benedetti, 1918 October 27

item LX

Letter of Foerster to Herron, 1918 October 28

item LXI

Reply of Herron to Foerster, 1918 November 2

item LXII

Herron to State Department, 1918 November 1

item LXIII

Telegram of Kurt Eisner to Herron, 1918 November 10

item LXIII A

Eisner to Herron

item LXIV

Telegram from Jaffé to Herron, 1918 November 10

item LXIV A

Translation of above telegram

item LXV

Herron to President Wilson, 1918 November 12

item LXVI

Herron to Eisner and Jaffé

item LXVI A

Translation of foregoing telegram

item LXVII

Other telegram of Herron to Jaffé concerning armistice, 1918 November 14

item LXVIII

German translation of the same

item LXIX

Jaffé to Herron; telegram from Jaffé to Herron in response to foregoing, 1918 November 18

item LXIX A

Translation of Jaffé's telegram

item LXX

Telegram from Jaffé to Heron. Inquiry about Ismeth Bey, 1918 November 19

item LXXI

Reply of Herron to the same, 1918 November 20

item LXXII

Herron to Colonel Godson, Intelligence Officer American Army in Switzerland, 1918 November 18

item LXXIII

Letter of Professor Hertz to Herron, 1918 November 14

item LXXIV

Reply of Herron to the foregoing, 1918 November 18

item LXXV

Report to State Department on German appeals, 1918 November 17

item LXXVI

Herron to Stovall, reporting telegram of Walter Rathenau to friend in Switzerland, 1918 November 18

item LXXVII

Herron to British Foreign Office reporting same telegram, 1918 November 18

item LXXVIII

British Consul General in Zurich to Herron enclosing copy of article in "Muenchener Neueste Kachrichten," 1918 November 23

item LXXVIII A

Copy of above article, "Ein amerikanisches Friedensangebot" by Jaffé

item LXXIX

Letter of Herron to British Consul General, 1918 November 25

item LXXX

To "Journal de Genève," in answer to their inquiry about the above, 1918 November 26

item LXXXI

Statement of Herron to representative of "Berliner Tageblatt," 1918 November 26

item LXXXII

"Muenchener Neueste Nachrichten." Copy of paper containing above article, 1918 November 27

item LXXXIII

Colonel MacHugh (successor to Sir Hugh Whittall as chief of British Intelligence Service) to Herron, 1918 November 27

item LXXXIV

Herron to Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 November 30

item LXXXV

From Count Montgelas to Herron, 1918 November 22

item LXXXVI

From Herron to Count Montgelas, 1918 November 27

item LXXXVII

Professor Hertz to Herron. Telegram asking for appointment

item LXXXVIII

Professor Delmar to Herron. Telegram; impending famine in Germany and need for immediate help from Allies; commission to investigate (German), 1918 November 24

item LXXXIX

Delmar to Herron, 1918 November 25

item XC

Memorandum to the State Department, 1918 November 27

item XCI

Count Montgelas to Herron, 1918 December 1

item XCII

Foerster to Herron, 1918 December 17

item XCIII

Herron to Foerster, 1918 December 25

item XCIV

Memorandum to the State Department, 1918 December 20

item XCV

Sent by Foerster to Herron. Address of Foerster to Delegates of German Soldiers assembled in Berlin and referred to in preceding memorandum, 1918 December 20

item XCVI

Colonel House to Herron. Referring to letter of Colonel MacHugh, 1918 December 21

item XCVII

A note of appeal to the President, 1918 December 22

item XCVIII

Report made by Mr. Horneffer of the International Red Cross, 1919 January 4

item XCIX

Memorandum to State Department, 1919 January 5

item C

Memorandum to State Department, 1919 January 8

item CI

Addendum to preceding memorandum on Pan-Germanism and Bolshevism, 1919 January 15

item CII

Schlieben to Herron. German original of letter quoted in preceding memorandum, 1919 January 13

item CIII

Dispatch mentioned in above memorandum, 1919 January 4

item CIV

Herron to "Neue Freie Press," 1919 January 13

item CV

Allen W. Dulles to Herron concerning Muehlon's view of Germany, 1919 January 15

item CVI

Memorandum addressed to Herron by Bernstein, Foerster, Muehlon, Schlieben and Ball, 1919 February 10

item CVII

Germany's Eleventh Hour; Memorandum of Herron to American Peace Commissioners in Paris, 1919 February 12

item CVIII

Letter of Herron to House enclosing memorandum, 1919 March 2

item CIX

Herron to Stovall, 1919 March 22

item CX

House to Herron. Acknowledging letter of March 23rd and memorandum by Wrangel, 1919 March 28

item CXI

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 May 14

item CXII

Herron to House. Giving copy of letter from Count Montgelas concerning his disappointment in the Peace Conference and in President Wilson, 1919 May 15

item CXII A

Montgelas to Herron. Letter reported to House in preceding document

item CXII B

German original of letter reported to above

item CXIII

Herron to Montgelas. Acknowledging above letter which has been sent to Colonel House and Sir W. Tyrell terms which Germany would have imposed had she been victorious; and terms imposed on Roumania

item CXIV

Herron to Sir W. Tyrell (now Secretary General British Peace Delegation) enclosing letter of Montgelas

item CXV

House to Herron concerning Herron's reply to Montgelas, 1919 May 18

item CXVI

Herron to President Wilson. Telegram on determination of German Government to declare bankruptcy if treaty is rejected; consequences of this act, 1919 November 24

 

Volume III. Austria-1

item I

Herron to Hugh Wilson for State Department, 1918 January 25

item II

Telegram from Meinl, Vienna, to Herron, sent through de Yonk van Beek en Donk, 1918 January 29

item III

Telegram from Meinl to van Beek en Donk for Herron, 1918 January 29

item IV

Memorandum of conversation between Lammasch and Herron, verbally reported by Herron to Wilson, immediately following the conversation, and stenographically taken down and dispatched in code by Wilson to State Department, 1918 February 3

item IV A

Conversation between Muehlon and Herron, 1918 February 3

item V

Second conversation between Herron and Lammasch, 1918 February 4

item V A

Statement of Dr. Muehlon referred to above

item VI

Report to the State Department, concerning conversations between Herron and Lammasch, 1918 February 7

item VII

Herron to Wilson regarding mission, 1918 February 17

item VIII

Letter from Lammasch to Herron praying for the success of our negotiations, 1918 February 9

item IX

Telegram from Lammasch for Herron, sent through van Beek en Donk conveying Emperor's acceptance of Mr. Herron's propositions, 1918 February 18

item IX A

Translation of foregoing telegram

item X

De Yong van Beek en Donk to Herron forwarding copy of telegram from Lammasch; suggesting meeting with Meinl, 1918 February 18

item XI

Code telegram from Herron to Meinl, sent through de Yong van Beek en Donk; date missing, but certainly between February 18 and 21, while the decision of Emperor Charles was still pending

item XI A

Translation into German of above telegram

item XII

Code telegram from Lammasch and Meinl to Herron, sent through de Yong

item XIII

Herron to Dolbeare enclosing preceding telegram, 1918 February 28

item XIV

Herron to Hugh R. Wilson for the State Department, 1918 February 28

item XV

Herron to Wilson, 1918 March 1

item XVI

Lammasch to de Yong van Beek en Donk for Herron, 1918 March 6

item XVII

Herron to Wilson, 1918 March 11

item XVIII

Herron to Wilson, 1918 March 18

item XIX

Herron to Wilson for State Department, 1918 April 11

item XX

Herron to Wilson for State Department, 1918 April 11

item XXI

A communication by one of the chiefs of the Swiss Political Department to the Swiss Federal Government, 1918 April 14. A copy of this was obtained by Herron and given to Wilson to forward by code to Washington

item XXII

Herron to Wilson, 1918 April 16

item XXIII

Herron to Wilson for State Department, 1918 April 16

item XXIV

Report of a purported interview of Herron by an Austro-Italian journalist of the name of Flesch, a member of the Italian Press Bureau in Berne

item XXV

Herron to Wilson for State Department, 1918 April 19

item XXVI

Letter from Mr. Sautter to Pasteur Ferrière, 1918 April 19

item XXVII

Sautter to Herron, 1918 April 25

item XXVIII

Second letter of Sautter to Herron, 1918 April 30

item XXIX

Herron to Wilson for State Department, 1918 May 3

item XXX

Herron to Wilson, 1918 May 6

item XXXI

Herron to Dr. de Yong for Professor Lammasch, 1918 May 7

item XXXII

Herron to Wilson for State Department, 1918 July 20

item XXXIII

Telegram of Herron to President Wilson, 1918 September 17

item XXXIV

Herron to Bland, British Foreign Office, for Mr. Balfour, 1918 September 17

item XXXV

Dr. Hertz to Herron. Enclosing translation of propositions; asking for typewritten copy, 1918 September 29

item XXXVI

Herron to Wilson, 1918 October 2

item XXXVII

The Hertz Memorandum referred to at the beginning of preceding letter

item XXXVIII

Herron to State Department, 1918 October 3

item XXXIX

Second visit of Dr. Hertz to Herron, 1918 October 5

item XL

Memorandum of Herron to State Department, 1918 October 7

item XLI

Dr. de Yong van Beek en Donk to Herron, 1918 October 9

item XLII

Telegram of Herron to The President giving copy and translation of a telegram from Professor Lammasch about acceptance of 10th Point, 1918 October 14

item XLIII

Memorandum to State Department, 1918 November 22

item XLIV

Memorandum to State Department. "Immediate Austria," 1918 December 30

item XLV

Dr. Ferrière to Herron enclosing a letter suggesting that it might be laid before the American Peace Commission. In French, 1919 January 16

item XLV A

Translation of foregoing letter

item XLV B

Letter of Dr. Johann Thiel to Dr. Ferrière, 1918 December 29

item XLV C

Translation of preceding letter

 

Volume IV. Austria-2

item XLVI

Herron to Legation. Forwarding copy of preceding letter from Dr. Ferrière and Johann Thiel, 1919 January 18

item XLVII

Herron to State Department, 1919 February 5

item XLVII A

Herron to State Department, 1919 February 5

item XLVIII

Herron to Lansing, 1919 February 5

item XLIX

Headlam-Morley to Herron. Acknowledging copy of Dr. Ferrière's letter, 1919 February 6

item L

Dr. Louis Ferrière to Herron, 1919 February 12

item LI

Herron to House. Enclosing memorandum of Dr. Louis Ferrière, 1919 February 18

item LII

Memorandum from the Comité International de Secours pour les Enfants, 1919 April 2

item LIII

Lazlo Havas to Herron, 1919 April 21

item LIV

Lammasch to Herron, 1919 April 8. Appealing for occupation by Allied troops; need of immediate help

item LV

Lammasch to Herron. Same subject as preceding letter, 1919 April 8

item LV A

Herron to The President. Enclosing Lammasch's letter, 1919 April 10

item LV B

Herron to Sir William Tyrell. Same, 1919 April 10

item LV C

Herron to William Martin. Same, 1919 April 10

item LV D

Herron to Minister Stowall. Same, 1919 April 10

item LV E

Herron to Lammasch. Referring to telegram sent by Herron to The President, 1919 April 10

item LVI

Minister Stowall to Herron. Concerning Professor Lammasch's appeal, 1919 April 12

item LVII

Lammasch to Herron. His illness; diminishing hope of outside help for Austria, 1919 April 13

item LVIII

Herron to Lammasch. Acknowledgment received of telegram to President; "Geleitwort" to works of President, 1919 April 14

item LIX

Confidential Secretary of the President to Herron. Acknowledging telegram and letter concerning Lammasch, 1919 April 15

item LX

Lammasch to Herron. His revived hopes for Austria; reasons why Austria should have different treatment than Germany, 1919 April 22

item LXI

Herron to Lammasch. Responding to preceding letter, 1919 April 23

item LXII

Herron to The President. Enclosing Lammasch's appeal, 1919 April 23

item LXIII

Lammasch to Herron. Enclosing memorandum concerning Southern Tyrol for President Wilson; also acknowledging introduction to Marquis Paulucci; Italy's Ambassador to Berne, 1919 May 4

item LXIV

Herron to Dulles. Enclosing Tyrol Memorandum sent by Lammasch, 1919 April 26

item LXIV A

Herron to Sir W. Tyrell. Enclosing appeal of Professor Lammasch, 1919 April 23

item LXV

Herron to Lammasch. Forebodings as to disastrous outcome of Peace Conference, 1919 April 26

item LXVI

Lammasch to Herron. Southern Tyrol and decision of Peace Conference; importance of settlement to France and England; relations with Italy; plebiscite, 1919 April 27

item LXVII

Herron to Sir W. Tyrell. Enclosing letter of Lammasch, 1919 April 29

item LXVIII

Lammasch to Herron, 1919 April 29

item LXIX

Herron to Lammasch. Reporting that Lammasch's appeal has been sent to President Wilson by special courier, 1919 May 1

item LXX

Herron to The President. Courier letter enclosing Lammasch's appeal, 1919 May 1

item LXXI

Lammasch to Herron, 1919 May 3

item LXXII

Herron to The President, 1919 May 6

item LXXIII

Lammasch to Herron. From St. Germain; concerning conditions at Peace Conference, 1919 May 19

item LXXIV

Lammasch to Herron. Concerning cruel deceptions at Paris, 1919 June 3

item LXXV

Lammasch to Herron. His departure from St. Germain; loss of faith in President Wilson, 1919 June 15

item LXXVI

Pasteur Ferrière to Herron. Enclosing letter of Dr. Ferrière from Paris, 1919 June 15

item LXXVII

Letter of Dr. Ferrière referred to in preceding letter, 1919 June 11

item LXXVIII

Lammasch to Herron. Possible understanding with Italy; suggested concessions; Southern Tyrol; Austria's value to the world; no longer hope of Danubian Confederation, 1919 June 24

item LXXIX

Hertz to Herron. Acknowledging letter; forwarding copies of paper asked for; basis of peace settlement wrong; suggested understanding between Austria and Italy, 1919 June 24

item LXXX

Telegram. Herron to Lammasch. Giving requested address of Dr. Ferrière

item LXXXI

Hertz to Herron. Enclosing article regarding Austria; request that it my be placed before Peace Commissioners, 1919 August 13

item LXXXII

Herron to Hertz. Acknowledging report; forwarding letters from Americans, 1919 August 19

item LXXXIII

Herron to Polk. Forwarding report of Dr. Hertz, 1919 August 19

item LXXXIV

Hertz to Herron. Enclosing copy of article on Peace Terms, 1919 August 21

item LXXXV

Herron to House. Asking that Article No. 201 in the Austrian Peace Treaty may be abolished and finance left to Reparation Committee, 1919 August 30

item LXXXVI

Weiser to Herron. His meeting with Dr. Saffer; Austrian Peace Treaty and appeal to Colonel House, 1919 August 30

item LXXXVII

Telegram from Lammasch to Herron. Concerning sending of express letter; suggesting that Herron should see Paulucci, 1919 September 3

item LXXXVIII

House to Herron. Disclaiming any part in Austrian Peace Treaty and disapproving the same, 1919 September 7

item LXXXIX

Telegram of Vorarlberg Commissioners to President Wilson, sent through Herron, 1919 September 8

item XC

Telegram from Herron to Schlesinger. Changing appointment concerning Vorarlberg matter, 1919 September 12

item XCI

Herron to Klein. Inquiry as to Austrian censorship, 1919 September 23

item XCII

Herron to House. Enclosing appeal sent by Professor Lammasch concerning Austrian prisoners in Siberia, 1919 September 24

item XCIII

German original of appeal referred to above, 1919 September 24

item XCIII A

Translation of foregoing appeal

item XCIV

House to Herron. Concerning appeal of Lammasch; impossibility of getting satisfactory action, 1919 September 16

item XCV

Lammasch to Herron. Concerning conditions of the intellectuals in Austria, 1919 October 18

item XCVI

Lammasch to Herron, 1919 October 21

item XCVII

Herron to House, 1919 October 21

item XCVIII

Lammasch to Herron, 1919 October 25

item XCIX

Herron to Lammasch, 1919 October 27

item C

Herron to House. Giving copy of letter from Lammasch, 1919 October 27

item CI

Herron to House. Enclosing Memorandum by Professor Karmin, 1919 October 28

item CII

Memorandum of Karmin sent to House. On Austrian conditions; German danger; an entire province for sale

item CIII

Continuation of above

item CIV

Whitehouse to Herron. Concerning Lammasch letters, 1919 October 29

item CV

Herron to Whitehouse. Same, 1919 November 10

item CVI

Herron to Whitehouse. Enclosing Lammasch Memorandum, 1919 November 10

item CVII

Herron to Trevelyan. Enclosing Lammasch memorandum, 1919 November 10

item CVIII

Herron to Charles R. Crane. Replying to a letter concerning Dr. Dillon, and enclosing Lammasch memorandum, 1919 November 10

item CIX

Herron to House. Enclosing Lammasch memorandum, 1919 November 10

item CIX A

Memorandum of Lammasch mentioned above

item CX

Herron to House. Enclosing appeal of Mayor of Vienna, 1919 December 2

item CX A

Herron to Vanderlip. Same, 1919 December 2

item CX B

Herron to Crane. Same, 1919 December 2

item CX C

Appeal of Mayor of Vienna referred to in preceding letters

item CXI

Herron to Vanderlip. Conditions in Vienna and Austria; suggesting visit of Dr. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., 1919 December 9

item CXII

Herron to William A. White, 1920 January 7

item CXIII

Dr. Felix Weiser to Herron. Concerning proposed Austrian Mission to America; asking for introductions; conditions in Austria, 1920 February 6

item CXIV

Herron to Weiser. Enclosing letters of introduction and discussing failure to obtain credit for $150,000,000, 1920 February 14

item CXIV A

Herron to George M. Reynolds. Introducing Dr. Weiser

item CXIV B

Herron to Charles R. Crane. Same

item CXIV C

Other letters. Same

item CXV

Weiser to Herron, 1920 February 28

item CXVI

Weiser to Herron. His resignation from Government; Austrian League of Nations Union; international law library, 1920 April 25

item CXVII

Austrian League of Nations Union to Herron, 1920 July 5

 

Volume V. Hungary, Czechoslovakia

item I

Professor Singer to Herron. Conditions in Austro-Hungary; Czecho-Slovaks action; Magyars and other nationalities in Hungary, 1918 October 22

item I A

Translation of preceding letter

item II

Herron to State Department, 1918 October 24

item III

Herron to Singer, 1918 October 25

item IV

Singer to Herron. Arrival in Switzerland of Czech Delegation; Austro-Hungarian problems. In German, 1918 October 28

item IV A

Singer to Herron. Regarding Czech Delegation; and Dr. Furber. In German, 1918 November 1

item V

Herron to Singer, 1918 November 3

item VI

Lazlo Havas to Herron. Regarding injustice of settlement to Hungary; misinformation; suggested tour of investigation, 1918 November 19

item VII

Herron to Havas. Visit of Count Windisch-Graetz; America's desire for justice for all people; suggested tour, 1918 November 21

item VIII

Herron to State Department, 1918 November 23

item IX

Havas to Herron, 1918 November 27

item X

Herron to Havas. Concerning principles of nationalities, 1918 December 2

item XI

Havas to Herron. Urging Herron to come to Hungary to see conditions for himself, 1918 December 4

item XI A

Herron to Havas. Concerning reconstruction of Hungary, 1918 December 5

item XII

Herron to State Department, 1918 December 6

item XIII

Havas to Herron, 1918 December 6

item XIV

Herron to State Department. Concerning Havas and Hungarian situation, 1918 December 9

item XV

Stovall to Herron. Suggested appointment of a better qualified and more acceptable representative than Mme. Schwimmer, 1918 December 9

item XVI

Herron to Stovall. Meeting with Mr. Havas; Hungarian representative at Berne; transmission of letter to America, 1918 December 12

item XVII

Havas to Herron, 1918 December 13

item XVIII

Herron to Peace Commissioners, 1918 December 15

item XIX

Herron to Havas. Concerning requested visit of Herron to Hungary and request of Hungarian Government for a premature reply to Wilson, 1918 December 15

item XX

Stovall to Herron. Concerning transmission of a Hungarian letter to Washington, 1918 December 17

item XXI

Herron to Havas. Same subject as above, 1918 December 19

item XXII

Stovall to Herron. Acknowledging letter of December 16, report sent to Peace Mission; illness of Mr. Wilson, 1918 December 29

item XXIII

Havas to Herron, 1918 December 20

item XXIV

Herron to Peace Commissioners, 1918 December 21

item XXV

Herron to Stovall. Concerning intrigue of French Army officers and international financiers, 1918 December 22

item XXVI

Havas to Herron. Requesting transmission of a memorandum to President Wilson, 1918 December 23

item XXVII

Herron to Havas, 1918 December 30

item XXVIII

Havas to Herron. Concerning official invitation to Hungary and Mme. Bédy-Schwimmer, 1918 December 31

item XXIX

Herron to Peace Commissioners, 1919 January 7

item XXX

Havas to Herron. Regarding census taken in Czechoslovakia; occupation of Northern Hungary, 1919 January 7

item XXX A

Havas to Herron, 1919 January 7

item XXXI

Havas to Herron. Concerning visit to Hungary, 1919 January 8

item XXXI A

Herron to Havas. Concerning visit to Hungary

item XXXII

Herron to Havas. Concerning Mr. Lansing's opinion of report which follows

item XXXIII

Herron to Peace Commissioners, 1919 January 10

item XXXIV

Dolbeare to Herron, 1919 January 16

item XXXV

Herron to Wilson, 1919 January 18

item XXXVI

Havas to Herron. Danger of Bolshevism in Hungary; need for immediate understanding of situation by Peace Conference, 1919 March 25

item XXXVII

Herron to Havas. Concerning visit of Hungarian delegate to Paris, 1919 March 26

item XXXVIII

Herron to The President. Enclosing letter from Havas, 1919 March 26

item XXXIX

Herron to Sir W. Tyrell. Enclosing letter from Havas, 1919 March 29

item XL

Count Sigray to Herron. Enclosing memorandum on Hungarian situation, 1919 March 29

item XLI

Memorandum of Count Sigray, 1919 March 29

item XLII

Herron to The President, 1919 March 31

item XLIII

Herron to Sir W. Tyrell, 1919 March 31

item XLIV

Herron to The President, 1919 April 2

item XLV

Memorandum of Havas. Regarding Origin of Soviet Government in Hungary; means of action against Bolshevism, 1919 April 2

item XLVI

Herron to Dr. Dillon. Forwarding duplicates of documents about Russia and Hungary, 1919 April 4

item XLVII

Havas to Herron. Concerning mission to Hungary, 1919 April 5

item XLVII A

Herron to Havas. Concerning Herron's appointment to Prinkipo, 1919 April 5

item XLVIII

Sir W. Tyrell to Herron. Concerning Sigray Memorandum, 1919 April 14

item XLIX

Herron to Sigray. Regarding memorandum sent to President Wilson and Mr. Balfour; the latter's comments, 1919 April 22

item L

Herron to Sir W. Tyrell. Concerning Havas, 1919 April 22

item LI

Herron to Dulles. Same, 1919 April 22

item LII

Dulles to Herron. Same, 1919 April 29

item LIII

Herron to Dulles. Same, 1919 April 30

item LIV

Herron to Stovall. Same, 1919 May 1

item LV

Schiopul to Herron, 1919 September 11

item LVI

Herron to House. Enclosing preceding letter of Schiopul, 1919 September 13

item LVII

A series of documents. (First in a free English translation and then in the French original.) Concerning relations of French army officers and financiers to the establishment of the Soviet Government in Hungary, 1919 September 11

item LVIII

Dr. Gerber to Herron. Enclosing document regarding interior conditions in Hungary, 1919 September 16

item LVIII A

Dr. Gerber to Herron. Memorandum regarding intervention of international financiers in Hungarian affairs; anti-semitic movement; danger of massacres, 1919 September 16

item LIX

Dr. Gerber to Herron. Concerning restoration of Emperor Charles, 1919 September 18

item LX

Miss Vajkai to Herron, 1919 October 14

item LXI

Miss Vajkai to Herron. Report of Danish Vice Consul in Irkutsh, Siberia, of February 19, 1919. 1919 October 14

item LXII

Herron to Miss Vajkai. Replying to above; regarding efforts already made and their failure; expressing sympathy, 1919 October 17

 

Volume VI. Italy

item I

Herron to Marquis Paulucci di Calpoli. Commercial relations between Allies and Switzerland with special reference to Italy's refusal to allow food for cows to be exported, thereby causing a mild famine and compelling peasants to kill or sell cows - probably to Germany. 1916 December 19. See Switzerland Document VII

item II

Herron to Marquis Durezzo. American protests against Italy censoring Ambassadorial and Consular correspondence of her own Allies, 1917 January 3

item III

Herron to Durezzo. American hostilities towards Italy, probably caused by interests of the Vatican, England, France and International finance; to be overcome by a new initiative of diplomacy open to the whole world; suggesting detailed program with regard to Serbia, Greece and Austria; and concerning possible visit of Mr. Herron to Rome, 1917 August 15

item IV

Herron to Durezzo. Italian statement to be made through American Press, and referring to the Adriatic question. Offering to write "An Appeal to Italy" for Italian paper. Dr. Caprin's papers and Genevese hostility to Italy, 1917 August 16

item V

Herron to Durezzo. Caporetto. Quoting opinions adverse to Italy said to have been given by Mr. Herron, 1917 December 27

item VI

Herron to Durezzo. Mr. F.F. Dumont and report that he had taken part in a dinner at which Kaiser's health was proposed; explaining what actually happened, and giving facts as to what he had been doing for Italy, 1917 December 29.

item VII

Herron to Hugh Wilson

item VII A

Herron to Hugh Wilson. A second visit from Marquis Paulucci; presence of Dr. Field and Cdr. Whittall; Dr. Field's statement on mission of Lammasch; Paulucci's accidental meeting with Montgelas; his opinion of Sir Horace; visits of Whittall and Edwards, 1918 March 1

item VIII

Duca di Cesarò to Herron. After Caporetto. Referring to report that Mr. Herron's sympathy for Italy has lessened. Acknowledging book, 1918 April 24

item IX

Herron to di Cesarò. Replying to above and explaining real position, 1918 May 24

item X

Herron to Mr. F.C. Walcott. Italian situation after Caporetto; German and Vatican preparation. Advising American or English troops for Italy. Frontier between Italy and Austria the vulnerable point of Central Empires, and also of Allies unless re-inforced. Regretting that League of Nations has not been convoked, 1918 September 13

item XI

Walcott to Herron. Acknowledging above. Referring to meeting with Marshal Foch and General Weygand; also Sir W. Tyrrell and Sir W. Goode and milk for Polish children, 1918 September 29

item XII

Memorandum of Herron to State Department. Interior political situation of Italy. Strife between Orlando and Sonnino; relations with Yougo-Slavia and Austro-Hungary. Personnel of Italian Legation at Berne. Meeting between Foch and Orlando, and dispute between Orlando and Clemenceau. Possibility of finishing Austrian army on Italian Front, 1918 October 12

item XIII

Colonel R.J. MacHugh to Herron. Acknowledging copy of above memorandum and commenting on Clemenceau and the publication of Emperor Karl's letter, 1918 October 28. See Switzerland Document XIX, see Colonel MacHugh Document I

item XIV

Durezzo to Herron. Making appointment for interview with Baron Sonnino, 1919 January 27

item XV

Count Sforza to Herron. Making appointment, 1919 April 25

item XVI

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell. Enclosing letter from Ing. A. Coppo, 1919 May 7

item XVI A

Herron to President Woodrow Wilson. Enclosing letter from Ing. A. Coppo, 1919 May 7

item XVI B

Ing. A. Coppo to Herron. Press campaign against Italy; French interests in Austro-Hungarian railways and in State Securities; Danubian Confederation, 1919 May 5. See The Peace - Dillon Document VII

item XVII

Pasteur Ferrière to Herron. Letter enclosed on Austria and Italy, 1919 June 19

item XVIII

Pasteur Ferrière to Herron. Comments on Italy and Austria; affection for Italy and her necessity of an understanding with Austria, 1919 June 19

item XIX

Herron to Paulucci. Enclosing letter from Lammasch; Italy's opportunity for a new diplomatic initiative and relations with Austria, Hungary, Roumania and Czecho-Slovakia, 1919 June 19. See Roumania Document XIII - XVI

item XX

Minister Orlando to Herron. Letter of greeting on taking up his residence in Berne. Possible personal relations with Herron, 1920 January 19

item XX A

Translation of above

item XXI

Herron to Orsini. Replying to preceding letter, 1920 January 23

item XXII

Baron Acton to Herron. Acknowledging books and commenting on them, 1920 February 17

item XXIII

Herron to Acton. Replying to above; referring to President Wilson's intervention in Italy's questions and French hostility to Italy. Sonnino's conciliatory attitude, 1920 February 19

item XXIV

Acton to Herron. Acknowledging above, 1920 February 22

item XXV

Herron to Acton. Enclosing letter from Mr. C.W. Barron; possible visit to Italy, 1920 February 25

item XXVI

Herron to Acton. Telephone call from Italian Minister, 1920 February 26

item XXVII

Orsini to Herron. Acknowledging letters of February 26 and 27, 1920 March 5

item XXVIII

Orsini to Herron. Enclosing introduction for Count Sforza and 'laissez-passer,' 1920 March 20

item XXIX

Herron to Acton. After visit in Italy; private audience with King of Italy and interview with Count Sforza, 1920 April 14

item XXX

Herron to Orsini. After visit to Italy - her hopeful prospects; private audience with King; invitation to Geneva, 1920 April 14

item XXXI

Orsini to Herron. Acknowledging above, 1920 April 16

item XXXII

Herron to Dr. Comnène. Giving impressions of Italy; her relations with Roumania; her evolution; impression of Count Sforza; d'Annunzio; private audience with the King, 1920 April 26. See Roumania Document XLII and XLIII

item XXXIII

Herron to Orsini. Death of Professor Karmin; asking for work for his wife, 1920 June 5

item XXXIV

Herron to Orsini. Request to convey to H.M. the King Herron's thanks for honour conferred upon him; the world's high esteem of His Majesty, 1920 June 12

item XXXV

Herron to Sforza. His appointment as Minister of Foreign affairs; future of Italy, 1920 June 14

item XXXVI

Herron to Sforza. Renaissance of war-time propaganda in Switzerland in bureaux of Czecho-Slovakia, Persia, Macedonia, Crimea, Bulgaria, Egypt and Russia; Britain friendly to Italy, France unfriendly; asking what is Italy's attitude toward Macedonia, Albania and Russia, 1920 June 18

item XXXVII

Sforza to Herron. Acknowledging letter of June 14, 1920 June 18

item XXXVIII

Herron to the King of Italy. Thanking him for Honour; expressing appreciation of the King's conduct during war and peace negotiations; Italy's promising future, 1920 June 20

item XXXIX

Herron to Acton. Enclosing a note, 1920 June 23

item XL

Acton to Herron. Enclosing Count Sforza's reply to letter of June 18, 1920 July 22

item XLI

Herron to Acton. Enclosing letter concerning the "Agence Centrale," 1920 July 28

item XLII

Herron to Acton. Purchase of the "Agence Centrale" by the French Government; Dr. Bessemer's appointment and antecedents; French plans for Danubian Confederations and restoration of Hapsburgs; news service used to prevent union of Austria with Germany; detachment of Bavaria from Germany and its union with Austria; to establish supremacy of France in S.E. Europe and Balkans; to divide Italy and Roumania and generally to decry Italy, 1920 July 28

item XLIII

Orsini to Herron. Acknowledging copy of "Auslandspost," 1920 September 22

item XLIV

Herron to Acton. Asking for diploma of decoration; forwarding second copy of "Nation" for use of the King, 1920 September 28

item XLV

Acton to Herron. Acknowledging letters of September 28 and October 1; forwarding "A New Italian Renaissance" to the King, 1920 October 2

item XLVI

Herron to Acton. Enclosing cutting on France's action with regard to Bavaria, 1920 October 4

item XLVII

Herron to Orsini. Request to forward letter to Sforza, enclosing a duplicate. Herron's departure for Italy, 1920 October 19

item XLVII A

Herron to Sforza. "Oxford University Press" to issue their "World Series"; Herron to write one on Italy; request to put him in connection with rapid investigations in Italy; two sources of evil to Italy - Bolshevist influences and international capitalists and bankers; they will assault her shipping and commerce; Wilson's failure; centre of world will be Rome, 1920 October 19

item XLVIII

Herron to Cav. U. Rochira. Appreciation of Herron's article in "The New Republic"; quoting extracts from above letter on two sources of evil to Italy, 1920 October 25

item XLIX

Orsini to Herron. Acknowledging letter of 19th; also receipt of Herron's publication on the Treaty of Versailles, 1920 November 2

item L

Orsini to Herron. Enclosing diploma of decoration, 1920 November 3

item LI

Herron to Orsini. Acknowledging above and departure for Italy, 1920 November 4

item LII

Orsini to Herron. Assuring him that letter for Sforza will be forwarded by next courier, 1920 November 4

item LIII

Orsini to Herron. Conveying the interest of the King of Italy in Herron's article on the new renaissance in Italy, 1920 November 6

item LIV

Sforza to Herron. Acknowledging copy of letter sent to the American Ambassador in Peking, 1920 November 17

item LV

Sforza to Herron. Thanking him for kind words and congratulations; Cavour mentioned, 1920 December 28

item LVI

Orsini to Herron. Concerning Herron's visit to Italy; Sforza notified to be at his disposal for information required for compiling of book; desire for the return of his good health, 1921 February 4

item LVII

Sforza to Herron. Appointment with Minister Croce at the Ministry of Public Instruction; suggesting interview with Giolitti, 1921 February 10

item LVIII

Sforza to Herron. Above appointment postponed, 1921 February 10

item LVIX

Sforza to Herron. Appointment with Turati, Senator Loria, Senator Schanzer, Senator Rinaudi and Professor H. Backi; Dr. Mattoli will arrange for one with Giolitti, 1921 February 11

item LX

Sforza to Herron. Quiet week-end out of town; acknowledging letter of yesterday, 1921 February 15

item LXI

Herron to Orsini. Request to forward enclosed letter to Sforza; conversations with Giolitti and other members of the Government; Florentine troubles; confidence in Italy, 1921 March 17

item LXI A

Herron to Sforza. Concerning the moral tragedy of Sforza's position; commenting on it; fascisti and bolshevists in Florence; request for confidential explanation of Count Karoly's affair; his interviews of 1917; several remarks on Hungarian question and French plot to re-establish Hapsbourgs; introductions for Jazzi; request for definite proofs of Karoly's complicity with Bolshevists, 1921 March 17

item LXII

Orsini to Herron. Felicitations at Herron's return to Geneva. In Italian, 1921 March 18

item LXIII

Count M. Karoly to Herron. Concerning his arrest and expulsion from Italy; giving full facts of the case; his desire to obtain permission to reside in a neutral country; Dr. Paul Szende, 1921 March 22

item LXIII A

Enclosure to above. Declaration of Count Karoly; his determined negation of all reasons for his expulsion; giving detailed proofs; claiming satisfaction. In French

item LXIII B

Enclosure to above. Declaration of Count Karoly. In German

item LXIV

Sforza to Herron. Concerning difficulty of altering Count Karoly's situation; chiefly due to troubles in Florence, 1921 March 25

item LXV

Herron to Sforza. Acknowledging above; urging importance of Viviani's visit to America; President Harding's pronouncement regarding Russia and French Foreign policy; American policy based on fundamental antagonism to England; bent upon commercial supremacy and mastery of the seas; capitalistic and perilous to the world; American finance means to occupy Mexico and destroy Japan; Italy's safety lies in sticking to England and support her in a liberal policy; Italy may be a connecting link between England, Germany and Russia; French policy is to encroach upon Germany from the west and urge Poland to do the same on the east, which will be final ruin of Europe; supporting Giolitti, 1921 March 28

item LXVI

Herron to Sforza. Enclosing copy of letter and declarations from Count Karoly; suggesting rectification for Italy's good, 1921 March 29

item LXVII

Herron to Karoly. Assuring him of Herron's efforts towards obtaining his rectification; reaction in America and mob violence, 1921 March 29

item LXVIII

Orsini to Herron. Giving assurance of the forwarding of letter to Sforza. In Italian, 1921 March 30

item LXIX

Herron to Sforza. Concerning veracity of Kaiser Karl's statement on arrival at Steinamanger; Count Karoly's conversations on this; his bitter feeling against Bolshevist regime of Bela Khun in Hungary; Professor Jazzi; Count Andrassi; refuge for Karoly in Italy, Trentino, Capri, or Tripoli, 1921 April 1

item LXX

Herron to Sforza. Suggestion of giving a diplomatic appointment to Baron Acton; his devoted services in Geneva; suggesting Bulgaria or Angora, 1921 April 1

item LXXI

Sforza to Herron. Replying favourably to the above, 1921 April 7

item LXXII

Sforza to Herron. Acknowledging letters about Count Karoly; difficulty of coming to a different decision; his books will be returned through Senator Vigliani, 1921 April 9

item LXXIII

Herron to Sforza. Statement at London Conference on international application of the Lord's Prayer; its significance with regard to Italian state of mind, 1921 April 16

item LXXIV

Herron to Karoly. Informing him that his books etc. will be returned through Senator Vigliani, 1921 April l18

item LXXV

Herron to Sforza. Acknowledging note about Count Karoly; notified him about Senator Vigliani, 1921 April 18

item LXXVI

Sforza to Herron. Answering to letter of 16th; giving his statement at the Conference of Rome on the welfare of one's neighbours, 1921 April 22

item LXXVII

Karoly to Herron. Acknowledging receipt of letters of March 29th and April 18th; giving thanks for Herron's interest in his case; Prof. Granberg's kindness; asking for opinion as to advisability of returning to Italy to obtain rectification and where to establish himself and family; the need of men like Herron to uphold justice and social progress for humanity, 1921 May 9

item LXXVIII

Herron to Karoly. Replying to above; advising against Karoly's return to Italy; suggesting his taking refuge in England; Mazzini; Kropotkin; has sent a copy of his "The Defeat of Victory," 1921 May 20

item LXXIX

Herron to Sforza. Concerning his resignation from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs; Herron's sincere hope to the contrary; Giolitti's Government, 1921 May 20

item LXXX

Orsini to Herron. Acknowledging receipt of book; expressing concern about Herron's health. In Italian, 1921 May 24

item LXXXI

Sforza to Herron. Acknowledging letter of May 24th; interest in Herron's article, 1921 June 7

item LXXXII

Ambassador de Martino to Herron. Conveying the sincere thanks of H.M. the King of Italy for "The Defeat in Victory," 1921 June 17

item LXXXIII

Herron to de Martino. Acknowledging above; His Majesty's kindness; Herron's appreciation of his decoration; meeting in Paris, 1921 June 25

item LXXXIV

Herron to Sforza. Situation of Georgian students in Italy; their republic in the hands of the Bolshevists; failure of promised British help; Georgian faith in Italy; the help they need only to be temporary, 1921 July 19

item LXXXV

Herron to Sforza. Sending thanks for his parliamentary discourse on foreign affairs; regret that Sforza is no longer at the head of the Foreign Office; lack of moral value in meeting at Washington - merely an agreement of super-capitalists; England, America and Japan to divide China between them and France to be given free hand on the Continent; Italy must not fail; Herron's thought of returning to Florence to resume literary life; private family matters; book on Italy will appear in the early autumn; expressing good wishes, 1921 July 19

 

Volume VI. Italy and Serbia

item I

Professor George D. Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson for the State Department. Resentment and disappointment of Slav nations at pronouncements of Lloyd George and President Wilson; first interview with Yougo-Slav representatives describing their feelings that they had been sacrificed to the hope of a premature peace, giving some facts concerning the history of Serbia both during the war and previously; second interview with Yougo-Slav representatives, giving Herron's explanation of mistranslations in reports, and points in pronouncements which were in their favour; Dalmatian coast; possible union with Montenegro; hope of union with Bosnia, Herzegovina and Croatia, and establishment of League of Nations; interview with Boginoff of Czech Delegation; Bohemia ready to rise for Allies; her desire for independence; interview with Professor Wincenty Lutoslawsky of Polish Delegation, giving his view that Poland will be mutilated; demand for access to the sea; choice between Poland and Prussia, the greater part of Prussian population being Polish in origin; general desire of Slav nations for dismemberment of Austro-Hungarian Empire, extinction of Kingdom of Prussia and abolition of strategic frontiers, 1918 January 25

item II

Herron to the American Legation. Appeal to America to intervene to obtain permission from England and France to send food to Serbia via Switzerland; giving brief information as to conditions in Serbia; precautions taken to prevent supplies reaching enemies, 1918 April 20

item III

Herron to Dr. Woolston. Refusal of England and France to allow Swiss goods to be sent to Serbia; giving precautions taken to prevent goods reaching enemy hands and some ideas of the conditions in Serbia, 1918 September 26

item IV

Herron to State Department. Dr. Trumbic's first interview; questions at issue between Italy and Serbia and request for American intervention. Baron Sonnino's antipathy to Serbia and opposition to Austrian dismemberment; his dislike of American influence in Europe; Serbian objection to the Pact of London; German preparations for final offensive against Italy and need of American troops in Italy; can advantage be taken of military position to intervene on Serbia's behalf?; Trumbic's plan for the overthrow of Austria; his character, 1918 September 27

item V

Herron to State Department. Yougo-Slav and Czecho-Slovak terms of Armistice; Bolshevik peril east of the Rhine, 1918 November 2

item V A

Enclosure to the above, in French

item VI

Herron to State Department. "The New Nations and the Bolsheviki."; Political and historical characteristics of Czecho-Slovakia and their capacity for self-government; disappointment with Yougo-Slavs and the grasping attitude of all parties; Italian readiness to make sacrifices in favour of Serbia and Serbia's refusal to negotiate; her acceptance of Austrian navy; her action at meetings of seven nationalities in Geneva; trouble may be due to understanding between Pachitch and Sonnino; need for immediate action by America and Allies; Bolshevik dangers to European civilization, 1918 November 11

item VII

Mr. W.G.M. Edward to Herron. Asking for memorandum on Yougo-Slavia and Italy and any communications for Sir Horace, 1918 November 14

item VIII

Professor Bergese on behalf of Orlando for Herron. Wire. Invitation to visit Rome; Trento, Trieste and Adriatic towns, 1918 November 16

item IX

Mr. S. Osusky to Herron. Complaining that letters are opened and giving this as the reason for not sending letter on Italy and Yougo-Slavia; acknowledging documents and quoting statement of Kurt Eisner; expecting to meet Herron at Peace Conference, 1918 November 26

item X

Marquis Paulucci di Calboli to Herron. Suggesting that Yougo-Slavia report should be sent to Balfour, 1918 November 25

item XI

Herron to Paulucci. Replying that report went to Balfour, Colonel House, American General Headquarters and Washington, 1918 November 27

item XII

Herron to The President. Relations between Italy and Serbia; disappointments in Serbs; suggesting interview with Marquis Durezzo; unreliable pretensions of the Yougo-Slavs, 1919 March 17

item XIII

Sig. Battaglia to Herron. Communication to newspapers; interview with Kramer, 1919 April 10

item XIV

Mr. A. Trumbic to Herron. Interview with "Agence Centrale" containing attacks on Yougo-Slavs; Koritza and Trieste; the Banat; Scutari; Serbian massacres with Italy, Roumania and Albania; Serbia's part in the war; relations with Austria; Adriatic question, 1919 April 14

item XIV A

Copy of interview mentioned in the above letter

item XV

Herron to The Hon. P.H. Stovall. Enclosing copy of article on Italy; expressing surprise at America's attitude towards her friends, 1919 April 25

item XVI

Herron to Paulucci. Enclosing copy of article on Italy; suggesting its publication in "L'Epoca," 1919 April 25

item XVII

Paulucci to Herron. Acknowledging receipt of articles; correcting number of dead and wounded, 1919 April 25

item XVIII

Herron to Dulles. Enclosing copy of the following letter to The President, 1919 May 1

item XIX

Herron to The President. Enclosing copy of the following letter to Mr. Trumbic on the Yougo-Slav claims; mentioning that conversations with Orlando and Sonnino were reported to the Secretary of State; regretting lost opportunities, 1919 May 1. See The Peace - Dillon Document VII

item XX

Herron to Mr. A. Trumbic. Replying to his letter of April 14th; interview with "Agence Centrale"; attack by Kramer; giving true account of interview; not a delegate to the Peace Commission; no influence with Wilson; no knowledge of his decisions; suggested solution of Balkan problem; issue between Wilson and Orlando; Peace not made on basis of Fourteen Principles; Italy misjudged; Seton-Watson and Wickham-Steed suggest compromise; Herron's appeals for Yougo-Slavia, 1919 May 1. See The Peace - Dillon Document VII

item XXI

Herron to Stovall. Enclosing a copy of the above letter, 1919 May 1

item XXII

Paulucci to Herron. Enclosing letter for Nobili; asking for details about Document XX, 1919 May 1

item XXIII

Herron to Paulucci. Enclosing copies of Documents XIV and XX, which he is at liberty to show to Sonnino and Orlando; interview of Yougo-Slav delegates, 1919 May 2

item XXIV

Stovall to Herron. Acknowledging letters, 1919 May 5

item XXV

Herron to The Editor of The New York Herald. Published interviews; Herron's relations with the President; campaign Italy; civilization's debt to her, 1919 May 14

item XXVI

Herron to Mr. R.J. MacHugh. Returning letters; Mr. Trumbic and Yougo-Slavs; Dr. Dillon; "Daily Telegraph"; Miss Anderson, 1919 May 14. See Colonel MacHugh Document XI, Supplementary General Document IV

item XXVII

Herron to Colonel House. Urging Wilson to yield on Fiume question; danger of civil war in Italy and the Balkans, 1919 September 28

item XXVIII

Herron to Paulucci. Above letter to Colonel House, 1919 September 28

item XXIX

House to Herron. Acknowledging letter of 28th; feelings on world-wide situation, 1919 September 30

item XXX

Herron to Baron Acton. Intervention of the President in Italian questions; Vesnitch; France-Serbian military convention; Baron Sonnino's conciliatory attitude, 1920 February 19

 

Volume VI. Italy and Albania

item I

Professor George D. Herron to Mr. Hugh Wilson. Albanian appeal for American protectorate; giving notes on history and national characteristics of Albanians; career and character of Dr. Adamidi, 1918 February 19

item II

Dr. Adamidi Pasha to Herron. Enclosing report on Albanian rights and aspirations; proposed Greco-Albanian confederation to fight the Prussians of Mittel-Balkans, 1918 February 18

item III

Enclosure in French to above

item IV

Translation of Document III

item V

Adamidi to Herron. Albanian objection to Italian military occupation and interference in education; desire for American occupation; objection to Serbian occupation of Kossovo and Monastir; Greek invasions of Epirus; Italian imperialism in Balkans, 1919 March 13

item VI

Herron to The President. Enclosing two memoranda from the Albanian National Committee; history and national characteristics of the Albanians, 1919 March 17

item VII

Herron to Sir W. Tyrrell. Enclosing correspondence regarding Albania; suggested intervention of Mr. Vanderlip, 1919 March 18

item VIII

Herron to Tyrrell. Enclosing previous memorandum of the Albanian National Committee for the Prime Minister, 1919 March 19

item IX

Herron to The President. Same as previous document, 1919 March 19

item X

Adamidi to Lloyd George through Herron. Expressing gratitude to the British Government; appealing for protection; historical summary of Albania; revolt of 1908; Pact of London; Serbian retreat through Albania; Coitra, 1919 March 19

item XI

Adamidi to Herron. Enclosing appeal to The President; Republic of Koritza, 1919 March 20

item XII

Adamidi to The President through Herron. Serbian and Greek attacks on Albania; Republic of Koritza; Italian claim to littoral; Minister Pachitch and Prince Regent Alexander; urgent appeal for American Protectorate, 1919 March 20

item XIII

Herron to Adamidi. Communications forwarded as requested; reference to influences at work in Paris, 1919 March 21

item XIV

Adamidi to The President through Herron. Invasion and claims of Serbs, Greeks, Austrians, Montenegrins and Italians; Pact of London; French occupation of Koritza; appeal for American protectorate; suggestion that Herron should be at the head of the Commission, 1919 March 21

item XV

Herron to Mr. H. Morley. Asking for copy of Document VIII, 1919 March 22

item XVI

Morley to Herron. Acknowledging above and promising to have copies made and sent, 1919 March 26

item XVII

Adamidi to Herron. Asking for reply to petition to America; suggesting appeal to H.E. Morgenthau, 1919 March 29

item XVIII

Herron to Adamidi. Replying to preceding letter; waiting for settlement of Adriatic question between Serbia and Italy; failure of Peace Conference; suggesting meeting with Mr. Stovall, 1919 March 30

item XIX

Herron to The President. Albanian National Committee anxious about future of Albania; enclosing Document XXIII, 1919 April 7

item XX

Herron to Colonel House. Same as above, 1919 April 7

item XXI

Herron to Sir W. Tyrrell. Same as above, 1919 April 7

item XXII

Herron to Dillon. Forwarding omitted Albanian memorandum, 1919 April 15

item XXIII

Adamidi to The President through Herron. Expressing gratitude to American delegates; Koritza; referring to Brailsford's "Peace of the Balkans"; Pact of London a cause of the war; Albanian claim to Kissovo, Ipek, Dibia, Monastir; Serbia's deceit; help given to her during retreat; notes on history of Albania; appeal to America, 1919 April 7

item XXIV

Adamidi to Herron. Request to be received by friends in Paris, 1919 April 30

item XXV

Herron to Adamidi. Above request forwarded to The President personally, 1919 May 1

item XXVI

Herron to The President. Request for interview on behalf of Dr. Adamidi, 1919 May 1

item XXVII

Mr. G.F. Close, Confidential: Secretary to The President, to Herron. Granting above interview, 1919 May 6

item XXVIII

Herron to The President. Asking again for personal interview on behalf of Dr. Adamidi; notes on his career, 1919 May 30

item XXIX

Herron to Marquis Paulucci. Suggesting that Orlando and Sonnino should see Dr. Adamidi immediately on his arrival in Paris, 1919 May 30

item XXX

Herron to Adamidi. Regretting his illness; anxiety about Albanian question; offering to visit him, 1919 September 26

item XXXI

Adamidi to Herron. Enclosing following document, asking that it may be sent to Colonel House, Mr. Lodge and the Senate at Washington, 1919 October 2. See Roumanian Document XXIII pt. 2

item XXXI A

Enclosure to above. War in the Balkans imminent; pan-german agents; intrigues against Albania; Treaty of London 1913; terms satisfactory to Albania, 1919 October 1

item XXXII

Herron to Colonel House. Enclosing above, with notes on Dr. Adamidi's career and comments on the Balkan situation, 1919 October 3

item XXXIII

Herron to Adamidi. Telling him that his memorandum has been sent to Colonel House and enclosing additional copies of it, 1919 October 3

item XXXIV

Adamidi to Herron. Asking that memorandum be sent to the successor of Colonel House; also to friends in America, 1919 October 8

item XXXV

Herron to Adamidi. Assuring him that Colonel House received memorandum before leaving Paris; also laying the case of Albania before influential people in America; the President's recovery, 1919 October 8

item XXXVI

Adamidi to Herron. Mr. Tourtouli; Greeks threaten Koritza and inhabitants are in flight and preparing for revolution; asking for truth from American Delegation in Paris, 1919 October 8

item XXXVII

Mr. A.W. Dulles to Herron. Stating that no decision has been come to with regard to Albania and Koritza; secretary from America, 1919 October 16

item XXXVIII

Herron to Adamidi. Giving him the above information, 1919 October 20

item XXXIX

Adamidi to Herron. Appealing for defence before American and English governments, 1919 November 4

item XL

Adamidi to Herron. The President's vigorous defence of Albania against Lloyd George; repeated appeal for American support; Italian Socialists and Nitti, 1920 February 21

item XLI

Herron to Adamidi. Assuring him that everything possible has been done; rupture between The President and Colonel House healed; Serbia, rather than Italy Albania's enemy; Herron's breakdown, 1920 February 24

item XLII

Adamidi to Herron. Asking for introduction in American for Mr. Cébrézi, 1920 March 25

item XLIII

Herron to Adamidi. Going to Rome; letters sent to E. Rand and Colonel House; prospect poor; reaction against The President, 1920 March 26

item XLIV

Herron to Adamidi. Desiring to confer with Albania; conversation with Count Sforza, 1920 June 19

item XLV

Herron to Count Sforza. Albanian situation; Dr. Adamidi's career and position; Lord R. Cecil's secretary; position in House of Commons; postponement of meeting in Geneva; request of Albanian National Committee that Herron should mediate with Italy; President Giolitti and the Consulta; Albania's preparations for autonomy; their friendship for Italy; Valona; commercial and mineral exploitations; their determination to fight for independence; Italy's opportunity, 1920 June 21

item XLVI

Herron to Major Langley. Albanian situation; Greek concessions to International Tobacco Trust; French subsidies to Serbia; proposal to divide Albania between Serbia and Greece; Greek and Serbian incursions; Albanians incited against Italy, 1920 June 22

item XLVII

Adamidi to Herron. Sufferings of Albanian prisoners taken by Italians; deliverance urgently needed, 1920 June 22

item XLVIII

Herron to Adamidi. Replying to above; will give all help possible, 1920 June 23

item XLIX

Sforza to Herron. Acknowledging letter of June 18; declarations of Italian Prime Minister; on Albanian policy, 1920 July 7

item L

Adamidi to Herron. Asking for news of Albania; referring unfavourably to Baron Aliotti, 1920 July 17

item LI

Herron to Minister Orsini. Conference with Adamidi; his authority; possibility of French influence; her enmity toward Italy; Franco-American finance; the International Tobacco Trust; Vesnitch and Trumbic; France alarmed at Italy's attitude; English acquiescence in French intrigues against Italy; Yougo-Slav's despair at The President's valueless friendship; Italy's attitude correct; advising that she go to extreme of conciliation with Albania, 1920 July 19

item LII

Adamidi to Herron. Albanian objection to Aliotti; Pact of London; determination to resist any attempt to divide Albania; Nitti and Tittoni; Sforza's intervention required, 1920 July 20

item LIII

Orsini to Herron. Acknowledging letter of July 19th which has been sent to Count Sforza, 1920 July 21

item LIV

Sforza to Orsini. Telegram addressed to Orsini for Herron: Aliotti replaced by Manzoni, 1920 July 27

item LV

Herron to Adamidi. Asking for interview, 1920 July 28

item LVI

Adamidi to Herron. Rumour that Italian Government has repudiated agreement with Albania, 1920 July 29

item LVII

Herron to Adamidi. Telegram to Villars sur Ollon. Urgent request for interview, 1920 July 30

item LVIII

Herron to Adamidi. Replying to letter of 29th that there is no truth to rumour; "Agence Centrale" being used by French Government against Italy; asking for immediate interview, 1920 July 30

item LIX

Adamidi to Herron. Telegram in answer to his; too ill to travel; asking for communication by letter, 1920 July 31

item LX

Adamidi to Herron. Acknowledging letter concerning Aliotti and Manzoni; Valona and Saseno; Albanian friendship for Italy, 1920 August 2

item LXI

Orsini to Herron. Acknowledging letter and invitation, 1920 August 3

item LXII

Adamidi to Herron. Asking for Italian support of Albanian question at Paris through Count Sforza; Greek and Serbian claims, 1920 August 4

item LXIII

Orsini to Herron. Acknowledging letter from Adamidi; telegram to Sforza; Italian relations with Albania, 1920 August 10

item LXIV

Adamidi to Herron. Serbian invasion into Albania, 1920 August 19

item LXV

Mr. Kees Boeke to Herron. Asking for interview in order to obtain information about Albania for the General Committee of the Movement towards a Christian International, 1920 September 24

item LXVI

Herron to Adamidi. Enclosing introduction to H.E. Attolico and Mrs. Bagg; Herron leaving for Italy, 1920 November 5

item LXVI A

Herron to H.E. Attolico. Introducing Dr. Adamidi; his desire to be connected with Ambassador Tittoni, 1920 November 5

item LXVI B

Herron to Mrs. Bagg. Introducing Dr. Adamidi, 1920 November 5

item LXVII

Herron to Orsini. Informing him of Document LXVI, with request to notify Sforza, 1920 November 5

item LXVIII

Herron to Attolico. Informing him of Documents LXVI A and LXVII, 1920 November 5

item LXIX

Adamidi to Herron. Acknowledging Document LXVI; disappointment at Tittoni's refusal to receive Albanian Delegation, 1920 November 10

 

Volume VII. Bulgaria

item I

Herron to Mr. H.R. Wilson. Preface to Bulgaria. Interviews with Mr. Shipkoff; his position, career and character; his desire that America should not declare war on Bulgaria; acting as confidential ambassador of his King; Robert College and services of Dr. Washburn; Bulgaria owes her independence to America; effort to drive a mean bargain; Germany's offer to Bulgaria of Macedonia and the Dobrudja and part of Serbia; no encouragement from England and France; German power in Bulgaria and lands etc. occupied there by her; German soldiery treat these as a German conquest; Bulgaria's relations with Turkey; Allies should make Bulgaria the bulwark against German expansion; Hungary ready to join Bulgaria; Bulgaria cannot make an actual separate peace but would fulfill the substantial conditions; her prospect to possess the Balkans; her desire to bribe American capital; Shipkoff's inconsistent stories about Roumania and Salonica; program for Bulgarian Confederation of the Balkans; America would injur herself by war on Bulgaria; invitation to Herron to go to Bulgaria and offer of money for such; his opinion of position; Bulgaria scheming to obtain benefits from both sides; servile hypocrisy; Bulgaria ready to betray both sides, Allies and Central Empires; impossibility of accepting her offers from moral standpoint; would be betrayal of Serbia, Roumania and Greece; would release Bulgaria from consequences of her treacherous action, 1918 January 24

item II

Herron to Mr. H.R. Wilson. Further interview with Mr. Shipkoff; he urges the cause of Austria; possibility of German influence through Mr. Meinl and Professor Lammasch; renewed invitation to Herron to visit Bulgaria; her intention to absorb the Balkan peninsula; enclosing petition from Dr. Adamidi, 1918 February 10

item II A

Herron from Dr. Adamidi. Enclosure to Document II. Bulgarian claims to Macedonia and Dobrudja; Albanian claim to independence; Bulgarian ill-treatment of Albanians; Bulgar's history; Albanian rights, undated

item III

J.C. Crew to H.R. Wilson. The President's impression of Herron, 1918 February 19. Transferred to Between President Wilson and Herron, Document II

item IV

Herron to State Department and British Foreign Office. Dr. de Fiori; his return to Germany; his discouragement; Professor Jasink; prospect of collapse of the German Empire; Bavaria's plans; lull in German peace activities in Switzerland; renewal of Bulgarian intrigue for a separate peace; Mr. Shipkoff; new Bulgarian Peace Mission; objections to treating with Bulgaria separately; King Ferdinand as incarnate expression of Bulgarian people; Bulgaria's treachery; separate peace finally to the advantage of Germany; would mean the betrayal of Serbia; Bulgaria intriguing for permanent possession of the Dobrudja; Bulgaria as responsible as Germany; a mistake to allow her extension; a separate peace impossible morally and also a material danger; honor of America demands a declaration of war to Bulgaria; inspiration to smaller nationalities, 1918 July 30

item V

From Dr. Marcovitch of Belgrade. Sent by Herron to the State Department and British Foreign Office. Balkan situation; interior situation of Bulgaria and Austro-Hungary; impossibility of agreement with Bulgaria; Tzokoff's design for revolution; Lieutenant Ivanoff; Archmandrite Stephan to Thonon; Lazar Mijuskovic and Gustincic; suggested understanding with Bulgarian Government; Serbia's position and Greece; suggested concessions to Bulgaria in 1915; Czar Ferdinand a German agent; military means alone possible in the Balkans and Turkey; Bulgaria and Turkey must be defeated; Count Czernin's declaration; importance of the Balkans; Salonice and Greece; greater forces necessary; figures specified; plan of campaign; effect on Bulgaria if America declared war on her; and on Austro-Hungary; and Roumania; shortest way to help Russia; action the best means to victory, 1918 July or August

item VI

Mr. Bland to Herron. Seton-Watson; Lansdowne; enclosing note from Sir William Tyrrell; Bolcheviks of Labour; advocating publicity, 1918 August 15

item VII

Sir W. Tyrrell to Mr. Bland. Enclosure to Document VI; addressed to Mr. Bland; Bulgaria; Lansdowne; no intention to make a separate peace with Bulgaria, 1918 August 14

item VIII

Herron to Mr. Bland Forwarding memorandum by Dr. Marcovitch; anxiety among Serbians; Yugo-Slavs; Greeks and Italians over negotiations with Bulgaria, 1918 August 17

item IX

Herron to Mr. Bland. International finance and the Bagdad concessions; Mr. Shipkoff's offer of financial opportunities to America; Bulgarians in touch with financial group in New York; propaganda in Switzerland; all designed in Germany's favour, 1918 September 26

item X

Herron to Mr. H.R. Wilson. As above to Mr. Bland, 1918 September 27

item XI (and preface)

Herron to Mr. H.R. Wilson. Bulgarian surrender; interviews of American millionaire with Bulgarians; Mr. Getchoff's evidence; Young Turk Committee and German propaganda; King Ferdinand in Sofia, probably in co-operation with Malinoff; danger of treachery; mutiny in Bulgarian army; scheming of international financiers; Bulgaria-Turkish concessions; Mr. Victorhof's declaration; Austria will probably follow Bulgaria; Mr. Davis, 1918 October 2

item XI A

Same to Mr. Bland

item XII

Archimandrite Stéphane to Monsieur Boné Maury, Secrétaire Général du Sénat - Paris. Meetings at Thonon; Bulgarian army an instrument in the hands of its own enemies; Bulgarian revolt against Germany; aspirations of meetings at Thonon must not be thwarted; heroic army of General d'Espery; Mr. Tzokoff and Mr. Batzouroff; admiration for France; appeal for special consideration to be given to Bulgaria. In French, 1919 February 17

item XIII A

Herron to President Wilson. Forwarding memorandum from Mr. Gueschoff; his position, 1919 May 13

item XIII B

Herron to Marquis Paulucci. Forwarding memorandum from Mr. Gueschoff; visits from him and Austrian Governor of German Bohemia and Dr. Mühlon, 1919 May 14

item XIII C

Herron to Sir W. Tyrrell. Same as above, 1919 May 14

item XIII D

Mr. Gueschoff to Herron. Memorandum on the Bulgarian situation; not at war with America; Bulgaria's withdrawal from the war; the President's attitude had great influence upon this; plea for other consideration than to Germans and Turks; means required to make Bulgarians march against Entente; Bulgaria a vanquished nation; self-determination; populations of districts to be annexed; Bukarest Treaty of 1913; Venizelo's admission then; Treaty of London in 1913; Media-Enos line of frontier; Bulgaria renounces all claim to Constantinople; as guardian of the Balkans she requires to be strong and have an Aegean outlet; England and America should entrust Turks of Thrace to her; right of self-determination for Macedonia and Dobrudja; paragon of Russia to Serbia, Greece and Roumania; Leon Dominain's article; Carnegie Commission; appeal for wrongs done to Bulgaria to be righted, undated

item XIV

Stephane P. Gheorghieff to President Wilson. Similarity of ideas and ideals; appeals to Wilson the man as an architect of mankind; quotations from the Bible; Bulgarian problem under the whip of military dictatorship; Bulgarian criminals and idealists; appeals sent by latter to Peace Conference balked; the President as champion of world-brotherhood; Bulgarian Evangelical idealists on his side; first impetus towards peace came from Bulgaria; danger of new international conflicts; Bulgarian apprehension of treatment by Peace Conference; Mr. Gheorghieff's opposition of Tzar Ferdinand's pernicious diplomacy; appeal for personal interview, 1919 May 14

item XV

Mr. Gueshoff to Herron. Mr. Bullit's resignation; death-blow to Bulgaria if she loses Thrace, 1919 May 26

item XVI

Herron to Mr. Gueshoff. Disposition of Thrace and Macedonia, Macedonians will take up arms rather than be annexed to Yougo-Slavia; Thrace may be given to Greece; expressing sympathy; suggestion of interview with Marquis Paulucci, 1919 May 28

item XVII

Mr. Gueshoff to Herron. Expressing gratitude for sympathy; enclosing Bulgarian note; promise of help from inflential English friends, 1919 June 18

item XVIII

Enclosure to above. Claims of Bulgarians; note transmitted to General commanding Allied Troops in Bulgaria; also to Great Powers, U.S.A. and Belgium; Balkan question and Peace Conference; self determination in messages of President Wilson; Bulgaria supports manifesting will of people by plebiscite under Control of League of Nations; Bulgaria's attitude

item XIX

Herron to Mr. Gueshoff. Herron's wish to hold out hope; has stood out against American Peace Commissioners; Greek annexations by Venizelos; visit of Prince Christopher, brother of King Constantine, 1919 June 21

item XX

Mr. Gueshoff to Herron. President Wilson's promise to leave Thrace to Bulgaria, with the port of Dedeagach on Aegean Sea; his intentions over-ruled, 1919 July 10

item XXI

Mr. Shipkoff to Herron. Return to Switzerland; end of war in 1918 mainly due to Herron's work; his promises of America's support; Mr. Shipkoff's various activities aided by English and hindered by French; his help through General Franche d'Esperay, General Chrétien, General Baized, General Montbelli and Baron Aliotti; their visits to Kazanlik during rose harvest; suggests meeting at Zermatt, 1919 July 10

item XXII

Herron to Mr. Balfour. Acting in accordance with entreaty of Mr. Gueshoff and Mr. Shipkoff; absence from Paris of the President, Mr. Lansing and Colonel House; Mr. Shipkoff's visit to Herron in last Spring; latter persuades him to return to Sofia and get Bulgaria to lay down her arms; Germany thus unable to continue; Bulgaria subsequently quits the war by faith based upon Herron's appeal and assurances; her claims to special consideration; Herron's impossibility to vouch for above statements of Bulgarians; his regret at being unable to place matter before the President, 1919 July 17

item XXIII

Mr. Shipkoff to Herron. Visit to Zermatt; Bulgaria to be crucified for third time at hands of Peace Commissioners; their faith in President Wilson and Mr. Lloyd George; need of men like Dr. George Washburn of Robert College and Mr. William Gladstone; Herron's inspiring influence in Bulgaria's actions; he should approach Mr. Balfour and Mr. Tittoni, 1919 July 20

item XXIV

Expressing sympathy for Herron's illness; Mr. Balfour's integrity at Paris; inclination towards Tardieu's views; conversations with Professor Lammasch; Marquis Paulucci and Mr. Ralph de L. Cazenove, 1919 July 24

item XXV

Mr. Shipkoff to Herron. Same sentiments as preceding letter; departure of Bulgarian Delegates for Paris; Mr. Johnson on Committee for establishing Bulgarian boundaries; Herron's strong moral power, 1919 July 28

item XXVI

Same. Mr. Paul Olke to succeed Mr. Lansing in Paris; misleading editorial in "Le Temps," 1919 July 29

item XXVII

Same. Lost faith in Kings and earthly Potentates, but not in Providencee and Herron; Macedonians' desire to send him to Paris; Mr. Henry White; Mr. Balfour should be won over to undo harm done to Bulgaria by Lord Beaconsfield at Berlin Conference; Minister Tittoni; sending "Reports and letters of American Missionaries 1858-1918"; Mr. Tzanoff in Paris, 1919 August 3

item XXVIII

Herron to Minister Stovall. Giving particulars of his relations with Mr. Theodore K. Shipkoff; his claims that armistice was signed as a result of Bulgaria's laying down her arms, due to Herron's assurances, 1919 August 16

item XXIX

Minister Stovall to Herron. Acknowledging above, copy to be forwarded to Paris; Bulgarian situation very interesting, 1919 August 29

item XXX

Mr. T. Theodoroff to Monsieur P. Dutasta, Secretary General of the Peace Conference - Paris. Protest by the Head of the Bulgarian Delegation to the Peace Conference, against the establishment of her boundaries; detailed particulars of entire geographical and historical situation, 1919 September 2

item XXXI

The Bulgarian Peace Delegation to President Wilson. Protest against the project peace treaty; territorial, national, economical and cultured rights of the Bulgarian people; exodus of 100,000 emigrants imminent; Moravia; Congress of Berlin in 1878 and of Bukarest in 1913; conditions must be mitigated; territorial clauses effaced; war debt modified; autonomy to Macedonia, Thrace and Dobroudja; professional army replaced by conscription; cattle to be paid in silver; international commissions to be imposed only if Bulgaria does not keep to her contract, 1919 September (approximately)

item XXXII

Statement presented to British Foreign Office. Request for Herron to undertake initiation of rapprochement between Bulgaria and Roumania and possible extension to Hungary; if Sultan remains in Constantinople and Turkish Government passes under British protection, rapprochement may be extended to Turkey, 1919 September 6

item XXXIII

Herron to The President. Felicitations at stand taken regarding Thrace and Bulgaria; peace and prosperity of Balkans; Bulgaria's response to Herron's appeal to trust in the President's consideration, 1919 September 8

item XXIV-ante

Herron to Mr. Shipkoff. Failure of Peace Conference due to grasping attitude of all nationalities; mutual understanding and humanitarian aims required; problem lies in the future; moral initiative tending to the spiritual, intellectual and social enlightenment of Europe as a whole; Bulgaria's opportunity; reference to Ireland; international politics and economics; institute for such; suggestion of Professor G. Murray, self, Professors Lammasch and Foerster and Professors Borgese and Salvemmini; schedule for sessions; divine opportunity, 1919 September 8

item XXXIV

Mr. Shipkoff to Herron. Expressing appreciation for cable to The President; faith in the triumph of right and justice, England and America; fear of Paris Treaty being like Bukarest Treaty; supporting suggestion of preceding letter; giving thanks for book "The Greater War," 1919 September 9

item XXXV

Herron to Mr. Shipkoff. Enclosing additional copies of Document XXXIV-ante; overcharge of Telegraph Bureau; salvation must come to Europe and Western Asia through Bulgaria; visit from Professor Stephanove, 1919 September 10

item XXXVI

Herron to Colonel House. Formation of Macedonian National Committee; peace of Balkans and mayhap Europe depends upon an independent Macedonia; Bulgarian renunciations; various enclosures, 1919 September 13

item XXXVI A

Mr. Stephen Bonsal to Herron. Acknowledging above for Colonel House, 1919 September 18

item XXXVII

Herron to Mr. Shipkoff. Herron's various activities for Bulgaria; appeal made in spring 1918; his then greater sympathy for Serbia and final convictions that Bulgaria's best men had striven to have her on the side of Allies, but efforts defeated by bad diplomacy of Entente and machinations of King Ferdinand; appeal for Bulgaria to quit the war taken up actively by Mr. Shipkoff; his return to Switzerland with aim achieved and plea for promised special consideration from America; Bulgaria's army undefeated; supported in plea by Mr. Gueschoff, former Prime Minister; conversations undertaken as private gentlemen; Herron's efforts to place matter before Peace Commissioners in Paris; letter to Mr. Balfour and others; to Marquis Paulucci; interviews with persons connected with Peace Conference; letter to Minister Stovall; his favorable response; telegram to The President; Colonel House; attitude of Commissioners more favorable to Bulgaria, 1919 September 15

item XXVIII

Mr Theodoroff to Herron. Terrible impressions gained in Paris; President Wilson's principles; Bulgaria's "beau geste" of quitting the war unappreciated; appeal for American intervention. In French, 1919 September (approximately)

item XXXIX

Herron to Mr. Shipkoff. Mr. Theodoroff's address in Paris; disappointment in terms of Treaty; heavy debt; Bulgaria must take courage and cling to high vision; not rights of individual nations, but righteousness of all peoples; territorial question should be laid aside and spiritual leadership sought; friends in America like Mr. C. Crane, 1919 September 20

item XL

Mr. Shipkoff to Mr. Crane. Appeal, giving entire Bulgarian situation and personal activities; in Switzerland; in America; interview with Mr. Phillips and Dr. Nicolas Cyrus Buttler, President Columbia University; return to Bulgaria; campaign against Sir Back Ironside; Mrs. Spolaikovitch; betrayal of Serbia, Greece and Roumania, backed by Sir. B.I., Nekludoff, Hartwig and Cobeco; Sir B.I. replaced by Mr. Fitzmaurice; attempt to establish Anglo-Bulgarian Bank in London; object of Shipkoff's life to unite Bulgaria's interests to England and America; Lord Beaconsfield's blunder in 1878 of dividing Bulgaria into five separate parts; under influence of Bismarck and Andrashi; American missionaries of 1857; impossibility of understanding with England explained by Mr. Fitzmaurice as due to "secret convention concluded years ago with Russia"; her compact with Serbian "Black Hands" who exterminated the Obranovitch dynasty in Belgrade, 1903; quotation of A. Dumas on Roumanians; Serbian imperialism; belief that God is a Serbian; their enforced call from minarets that all are true Serbians; Bulgaria's only safeguard was neutrality; but she entered war on wrong side instigated by King Ferdinand and his tool Radoslavoff; had the German Emperor and Bethmann-Hollweg enforced the breaking relations with America, revolution would have ensued; mission of Mr. Vesnitch to America; fails, but wins Wall Street financiers; America's aims; tribute to Herron; Professor Lammasch and attempt for Austrian separate peace; various meetings at Herron's house; understandings ending in laying down of arms of two Bulgarian divisions at Dobropolé; only morally conquered by President Wilson's principles; details of special consideration; basis for political credo; Georges Bonsquet's lectures on Bulgaria' quotations; modern Bulgaria is offspring of America; aspirations of national union, 1919 September 23

item XLI

Herron to Mr. Crane. Various enclosures relative to Bulgarian situation; future of the Balkans; appeal to use influence with President to modify Bulgarian Treaty so as to leave her her Aegean Coast, 1919 September 25

item XLII

Herron to Mr. Shipkoff. Introducing Miss Balch, head of "Ligue Internationale de Femmes pour la Paix et la Liberté," 1919 September 26

item XLIII

Herron to Colonel House. Enclosing Document XXXVII, 1919 September 29

item XLIV

Herron to The President. Telegram of 8th September repeated by letter; effort to reconcile Bulgarians to Treaty, 1919 September 29

item XLV

Mr. Shipkoff to Herron. Visit from Mr. Gueshoff; also from Mr. Tzokoff; departure for Berne; Clémenceau's prominence over Wilson and Lloyd George at Peace Conference; article by Jean Debut; departure of Colonel House, 1919 October 6

item XLVI

Herron to Major Langley. Meeting of Bulgarian Peace Delegation; interview with Mr. Shipkoff, 1919 October 7

item XLVII

Mr. Shipkoff to Herron. Various articles; Mr. Venizelos perverser of historical facts; Herron fighting for a lost but righteous cause; addresses for Mr. Micheff's "Le Plébiscite," 1919 October 12

item XLVIII

Same. Letters to Mr. Crane and Colonel House; Mr. Henry Morgenthau may help to alter treaty, 1919 October 13

item XLIX

Same. Article requested by Mr. Misheff for "Le Plébiscite"; Herron's relations to The President, 1919 October 13

item L

Herron to Mr. Shipkoff. Bulgarian counter-proposals to Peace Conference; Peace of Paris not final; Bulgaria's sincere intentions to cooperate with her neighbors, 1919 October 14

item L A

Herron to Mr. Stephanove. Article concerning question of Thrace and Macedonia; suggestion to Mr. Shipkoff, 1919 October 17

item LI

Herron to Mr. Wilson. Condition of health; returning upon Bulgarian matter; various enclosures, giving complete situation; condition of Europe in general; Peace of Paris pregnant source of future wars, 1919 October 18

item LII

Herron to Colonel House. Professor F. Hertz' appeal for Austria; also, appeal of Vicar of Bulgarian Church to the President; copy enclosed, 1919 October 21

item LIII

Mr. Shipkoff to Herron. Appeal to Bulgarian Delegation sent to Messrs. H.N. Brailsford, Sir Noel Buxton, M.H. Durham, A.G. Gardener, Professor Paul Milinkoff and H.M. Wallis; asking for more copies of Document XXXI, 1919 October 23

item LIV

Same. Herron's article "Peace of Paris and the Youth of Europe"; appreciation; sending documents on Balkan problems, 1919 October 25

item LV

Major Langley to Mr. Cazenove. Article by Herron for "Morning Post" as Bulgaria's answer to Mr. Venizelos' article on the future of Thrace and Greece's claim, 1919 October 26

item LVI

Article by Herron for "The Morning Post" entitled "VENIZELOS AND BULGARIA," 1919 October 26

item LVII

Herron to Mr. Shipkoff. Meeting with Mr. Theodoroff; lack of consideration towards Bulgaria not the fault of the President; advantage taken of his illness and Colonel House's; Bulgaria's deficient propaganda; suggestion for journal; complete interior regeneration in home policy based on Fourteen Points; Paper should be called "The New Peace," 1919 October 27

item LVIII

Same. Herron's efforts on behalf of Bulgaria; letter to Mr. Crane; also to Mr. Vanderlip; also to Mr. Barron; desired loan; letter to Union of Democratic Control in England; Mr. Trevelyan; statement to Major Langley; interviews with Mr. Ernest Guy; article in "Morning Post"; various other letters, 1919 October 27

item LIX

Same. High approval of Mr. Theodoroff's protest to Mr. Dutasta; profound grief of treatment given to Bulgaria, 1919 October 28

item LX

Herron to Colonel House. Enclosing above protest to Mr. Dutasta; Herron's request for advice as to his future attitude, 1919 October 30

item LXI

Mr. Gueschoff to Herron. Herron cautioning Mr. Shipkoff against his going to America to plead Bulgaria's cause, 1919 November 3

item LXII

Herron to Mr. Shipkoff. Enclosing copies of his letter to Mr. Crane and request for article, 1919 November 7

item LXIII

Mr. Gueschoff to Herron. Meeting; Bulgarian information through Mr. Mischeff, 1919 November 10

item LXIV

Herron to Mr. Gueschoff. Interview with Mr. Mischeff and Mr. Shipkoff; request for private interview, 1919 November 12

item LXV

Mr. Gueschoff to Herron. Visit to Geneva, 1919 November 13

item LXVI

Herron to Mr. Gueschoff. Addresses for "brochure" of Professor Stephanove, 1919 November 14

item LXVII

Same. Mr. Crane's address; Bulgarian books to Mr. Adolphe Smith, 1919 November 17

item LXVIII

Herron to Mr. Shipkoff. Suggestions for immediate future course of Bulgaria; request to place letters before Bulgaria's young king; reiterating former letters; suggestion for concluding the speech of the Prime Minister, based on Wilson's principles, 1919 November 17

item LXIX

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron. Mr. Shipkoff's return; discussed matter with Mr. Phillips; doubts as to any amendments, 1919 November 19

item LXX

Herron to Mr. Gueschoff. Visit to Berne, 1919 November 24

item LXXI

Herron to Mr. Crane. Enclosing final Bulgarian documents; to be shown to Dr. Dillon if desired, 1919 December 2

item LXXII

Same. Enclosing further documents; dejection of Armenians and Albanians, 1919 December 3

item LXXIII

Herron to Mr. Gueschoff. Enclosing documents for Mr. Shipkoff; desire for interview, 1919 December 3

item LXXIV

Same. Requesting particulars of loan for Bulgaria, 1919 December 5

item LXXV

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson. Visit of Bulgarian Delegation on its way back from Paris to Sofia; men and missions still seeking Herron; request for interest in Captain Eldridge D. Rand, 1919 December 5

item LXXVI

Herron to Mr. Wilson. Enclosing Document XL; Mr. Shipkoff's mistaken importance of interviews; impression of Mr. Stambouliski; enclosing appeal from Mayor of Vienna, 1919 December 8

item LXXVII

Mr. Gueschoff to Herron. Visit to Geneva, 1919 December 8

item LXXVIII

Herron to Mr. G.M. Reynolds. Suggesting loan to Bulgaria, 1919 December 11

item LXXIX

Same. Enclosing letter from Mr. Gueschoff, 1919 December 14

item LXXX

Herron to Mr. Gueschoff. Letter from Professor Stefanoff; suggesting general report, 1920 January 15

item LXXXI

Herron to Mr. Gueschoff. Prospect of help from America quite hopeless; terrible reaction; various inclosures; Mr. Hoover's loan to Austria; indifference to Italy, Roumania and Bulgaria; rapprochement of last two; Serbia spoiled child of the Allies, 1920 January

item LXXXII

Same. Breakdown of health; administrative anarchy in Washington, 1920 February 18

item LXXXIII

Same. Serious illness; President's stand as regards Thrace for Bulgaria; letter from Colonel House; rupture healed; advantage to Bulgaria, 1920 February 24

item LXXXIV

Same. Enclosing Barron letter, 1920 February 25

item LXXXV

Same. Departure for Rome; dark situation of the world; better future, 1920 March 20

item LXXXVI

Herron to Mr. Gueschoff. Return from Italy; interview with Count Sforza; private audience with King Victor Emanuel, 1920 April 14

item LXXXVII

Mr. Gueschoff to Herron. Acknowledging above; visit to Geneva, 1920 April 16

item LXXXVIII

Same. Acknowledging French edition of "The Peace of Paris and the Youth of Europe"; visit to Geneva; recall to Sofia, 1920 April 30

item LXXXIX

Herron to Mr. Gueschoff. Expressing regret at departure; good impressions of Italy; tribute to Mr. Gueschoff's service in Switzerland; profound grief of failure towards Bulgaria; reaction in America, 1920 May 7

item XC

Same. Introducing Mr. Paul Mowrer; his mission to Eastern Europe, 1920 May 10

item XCI

Mr. Gueschoff to Herron. Departure for Bulgaria; note of goodbye, 1920 June 10

item XCII

Anonymous to Herron. Warning against Bulgarian agents; Caranguiloff; Dr. Stefanoff. In French, 1920 June 14

item XCIII

Mr. Gueschoff to Herron. Acknowledging "Cashiers Idéalistes"; Mr. Paul Mowrer; desire to join staff of Chicago Daily News; good Bulgarian harvest; occupation by Greeks of Turkish Thrace; Bulgarians working hard, 1920 July 10

item XCIV

Herron to Mr. Gueschoff. Acknowledging above; Mahomedan world uniting against France and England; Polish situation; Bolsheviks; Bulgaria should exercise restraining influence over Albania; Mr. Mowrer; departure for Ragaz, 1920 July 26

item XCV

Mr. Shipkoff to Herron. Various views; desire to go to America but passport denied; request for help, 1920 August 12

Additional Note

The following documents, containing references to Bulgaria, are in ROUMANIA, which see:
 

Document I: 1918 May 25

 

Document I-A: 1918 May 25

 

Document VI: 1919 August 14

 

Document VII: 1919 August 15

 

Document X: 1919 August 25

 

Document XI: 1919 August 25

 

Document XVIII: 1919 September 6

 

Document XXIII: 1919 October 15

 

Document XXIV: 1919 October 19

 

Document XXV-A: 1919 October 28

 

Document XXVI: 1919 October 29

 

Document XXVII: 1919 November 12

 

Document XXX: 1920 January 6

 

Volume VIII. Macedonia

item I

Dr. A. Kotzareff to Herron. Asking for interview. In French, 1919 May 15

item II

Same and M. Bl. Boyadjieff, 1919 May 23

item II A

Same to The President, 1919 May 23

item II B

Same. Letter giving various particulars towards United States' protectorate over independent Macedonia

item III

Herron to Mr. Boyadjieff. Giving assurance that appeal has been forwarded to The President, 1919 May 26

item IV

Herron to Dr. Kotzareff. Giving assurance of sympathetic interest in Macedonian question, 1919 May 26

item V

Herron to Colonel House and Sir William Tyrrell. Specifying Macedonian plea; their special refusal to be annexed to Yougo-Slavia, 1919 May 26

item VI

Dr. Kotzareff and M. Bl. Boyadjieff to Herron. Enclosing appeal "Pro Macedonia." In French, 1919 June 30

item VI A

Same. Above appeal, in French, 1919 May 30

item VII

Mr. Whitney Shepardson to Herron. Acknowledging Document V for Colonel House, 1919 July 1

item VIII

Ing. V.L. Stkonahow and Mr. Bl. Boyadjieff to Herron. Expressing gratitude for Herron's interest in Macedonian question; requesting interview. In French, 1919 July 17

item IX

Mr. Boyadjieff to Mrs. Herron. Request for Herron to go to Paris to plead Macedonian cause; Dr. Kotzareff replaced by Professor Stephanove on staff of Conseil Général, 1919 August 8

item X

Professor Stephanove and Mr. Boyadjieff to Herron for transmission to The President, 1919 August 12

item XI

Herron to Macedonian Council. Suggesting interview, 1919 August 13

item XII

Professor Stephanove to Herron. Arranging for interview, 1919 August 14

item XIII

Herron to Minister Stovall, 1919 August 16

item XIV

Herron to Colonel House. Seeking advice as to accepting request of Macedonians to go to Paris to plead their cause, 1919 August 16

item XV

Colonel House to Herron. Question will be discussed with Mr. Polk, 1919 August 23

item XVI

Professor Stephanove to Herron. Acknowledging article in "La Semaine Littéraire"; petition to Peace Conference published in "London Times"; change of address, 1919 August 25

item XVII

Herron to Professor Stephanove. Request to go to Paris, 1919 August 26

item XVIII

Mr. Stephanove to Herron. Extract from letter of Mr. Paul Scott Mowrer on just peace in the Balkans, 1919 August 28

item XIX

Minister Stovall to Herron. Replying to letter of 16th; Peace Mission in Paris do not encourage Herron to accept Macedonian invitation, 1919 August 28

item XX

Herron to Mr. Cazenove. Giving general Macedonian situation; Balkan matters in the hands of Mr. Venizelos; giving permission for transmission, 1919 August 28

item XXI

Herron to Minister Stovall. Acknowledging Document XIX, 1919 August 29

item XXII

Herron to Professor Stephanove. Conveying Document XIX; Mr. Venizelos and Yougo-Slavs to the fore in Paris; will try to enlist Mr. Balfour's interest, 1919 August 29

item XXIII

Professor Stephanove to Herron, 1919 September 1

item XXIV

Professor Stephanove to Herron. Forcible conscription in Macedonia, 1919 September 8

item XXV

Herron to Professor Stephanove. Return of Colonel House to Paris, in spite of disagreements, 1919 September 13

item XXVI

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 September 13

item XXVII

Mr. S. Bonsal to Herron. Acknowledging above letter for Colonel House; letter from Professor Stephanove, 1919 September 18

item XXVIII

Professor Stephanove and Mr. Boyadjieff to Herron. Elation over Colonel House's attitude; request for article to be published in "L'Indépendance Macédonienne," 1919 October 3

item XXVIII A

Mr. Bonsal to Professor Stephanove. Protest against recruitment of soldiers in Macedonia, 1919 September 18

item XXIX

Herron to Professor Stephanove. Impossibility to write article; belief in free Macedonia as corner stone of Balkan Federation, 1919 October 7

item XXX

Herron to Professor Stephanove. Article concerning Thrace and Macedonia; suggestion to Mr. Shipkoff for pamphlet; collaboration of Professor Micheff, 1919 October 17

item XXXI

Professor Stephanove to Herron. Acknowledging above; personal letter to Mr. Polk; article has been sent to America and England; enclosing criticism on his book, 1919 October 24

item XXXI A

Enclosure; literary criticism in "The London Times," 1919 September 25

item XXXII

Professor Stephanove to Herron. Pamphlet on "Question of Thrace"; preparations for near departure, 1919 November 7

item XXXIII

Professor Stephanove to Herron. Last words from station of Lausanne, 1919 November 10

item XXXIV

Same. Independent action in Switzerland; most Macedonians in agreement; particulars of journey to Sofia, 1919 December 29

item XXXV

Herron to Professor Stephanove, 1920 January 15

item XXXVI

Professor Stephanove to Herron. Acknowledging above; welcome to Herron if he arrives in Sofia, 1920 February 8

item XXXVII

Herron to Professor Stephanove. Breakdown of health; administrative anarchy in America; "The Peace of Paris and the Youth of Europe," 1920 February 18

item XXXVIII

Professor Stephanove to Herron, 1920 April 1

item XXXIX

Professor Stephanove to Herron, 1920 April 10

item XL

Herron to Professor Stephanove, 1920 April 29

item XLI

Professor Stephanove to Herron. Return to Sofia; Mr. Karandjsuloff; acknowledging latest books, 1920 August 17

 

Volume IX. Roumania

item I

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 May 25

item I A

Same

item II

Dr. N.P. Commène to Herron. Request for article for "La Roumanie." In French, 1918 November 21

item III

Same. Telegram - interview, 1918 December 22

item IV

Report concerning the commission of the Protestant Churches of Hungary in Geneva and their presentation of the Roumanian situation, 1919 January 10. Transferred to HUNGARY, Document XXXIII

item V

Dr. Commène to Herron. Desire to publish interview with Herron. In French, 1919 August 13

item VI

Herron to Dr. Commène, 1919 August 14

item VII

Same. Interview with Mr. Shipkoff; Roumania should agree with Bulgaria for demand of Macedonian independence, 1919 August 15

item VIII

Same. Telegram - interview, 1919 August 21

item IX

Herron to Dr. Commène and Mr. Schiopul, for the King of Roumania, 1919 August 22

item IX A

Same. French translation of above

item X

Herron to Dr. Commène. Telegram - interview with Mr. Gueshoff, 1919 August 25

item XI

Same, 1919 August 25

item XII

Same. Enclosing copy of article for American syndicate, 1919 August 26

item XII A

Article by Herron. "The New Roumania" published in "New Europe" and "The New York Times," undated

item XIII

Signor R. Prunal to Herron. Transmitting telegram. In Italian, 1919 August 26

item XIII A

Favorable attitude of Italian press towards Roumanian Cause; various papers mentioned. In Italian

item XIV

Mr. J. Schiopul to Herron. Conveying Mr. Commène's thanks for article on Roumania; enclosing other article, 1919 August 27

item XV

Herron to Mr. Schiopul. Forwarding his admirable letter for publication, 1919 August 28

item XVI

Herron to Marquis Paulucci. Requesting interview, 1919 August 30

item XVI A

Herron to Count Sforza, 1919 August (approximately)

item XVII

Herron to Mr. Commène. Rapprochement between Roumania and her neighbors; failure of Peace Conference. In French, 1919 September 4

item XVIII

Statement presented to British Foreign Office, 1919 September 6

item XIX

Mr. Schiopul to Herron. Request to publish letter for Cluj; no news from Dr. Commène; arrival of new minister, 1919 September 16

item XIX A

Signed by John Creco, 1919 September 5

item XX

Herron to Mr. Commène. Enclosing various letters, 1919 September 17

item XXI

Herron to Mr. Schiopul. Acknowledging letter of Mr. Greco; sending same to Colonel House, 1919 September 18

item XXII

Mr. Schiopul to Herron. Letter from Dr. Commène; particulars regarding Mr. Greco, 1919 September 26

item XXII-bis

Herron to Colonel Rosetti, 1919 October 14

item XXIII

Herron to Dr. Commène, 1919 October 15. In French

item XXIV

Dr. Commène to Herron, 1919 October 19

item XXV

Herron to Mr. Schiopul. Request to forward enclosure to Dr. Commène, 1919 October 28

item XXV A

Herron to Dr. Commène, 1919 October 28

item XXVI

Same. Suggesting Professor Lammasch, Dr. Muehlon and Professor Nippold or Professor Pittard for question of quadrilateral Doubridja, 1919 October 29

item XXVII

Same. Departure of Bulgarians from Switzerland and Paris; insisting upon Roumanian initiative. In French, 1919 November 12

item XXVIII

Dr. Commène to Herron, 1919 December 20

item XXIX

Constantin Noe to Dr. Commène, 1920 January 4

item XXX

Herron to Dr. Commène. Meeting to organize League of Small Nations; Roumania should be represented; Mr. Chavichvily; Mr. Gueschoff, 1920 January 6

item XXXI

Same, 1920 January 13

item XXXII

Herron to Mr. Tumulty, 1920 January 14

item XXXII A

Mr. Schiopul to Herron, 1920 January 14

item XXXII B

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell. Same, enclosing above

item XXXII C

To Colonel House

item XXXII D

To Mr. R.W. Seton-Watson

item XXXII E

To Mr. Frank A. Vanderlip

item XXXII F

To Mr. C.W. Barron

item XXXIII

Herron to Dr. Commène. Manuscript to Mr. Fazy; its publication; general peace and relations of Great Powers and enemy countries. In French, 1920 January 15

item XXXIV

Herron to Dr. Commène. Interview with Mr. S.J. Jennings of "The London Daily News," 1920 January 16

item XXXV

Herron to same as Document XXXIII B. Enclosing third letter from Roumania, 1920 January 20

item XXXVI

Herron to Dr. Commène. Enclosing letter to King Ferdinand; interview with Mr. Schiopul. In French, 1920 January 20

item XXXVI A

Herron to The King of Roumania, 1920 January 20

item XXXVII

Herron to Minister Derussi. Same as above, in French, 1920 January 21

item XXXVIII

Herron to Mr. Tumulty. Enclosing copy of Document XXXVI A, 1920 January 22

item XXXIX

Herron to Mr. Schiopul. Enclosing copy of letter to Mr. Barron, 1920 January 23

item XL

Mr. Tumulty to Herron. Acknowledging Document XXXVIII, 1920 February 10

item XLI

Herron to Mr. Schiopul. Enclosing letter to Dr. Commène; Roumania's opportunity, 1920 March 23

item XLI A

Herron to Dr. Commène, 1920 March 23

item XLII

Herron to Count Sforza. Enclosing various Roumanian memoranda, 1920 April 19

item XLIII

Herron to Mr. Fazy. Enclosing note on Bessarabia and one for Dr. Commène; Mr. Schiopul, 1920 April 26

item XLIII A

Herron to Mr. Fazy, 1920 April 26

item XLIV

Herron to Dr. Commène. Introducing Mr. Paul Mowrer, in French, 1920 May 10

 

Volume IX. Roumania. The Banat

item I

Herron to Dr. Commène, 1919 May 16

item II

Dr. Commène to Herron, 1919 May 19

item II A to Document II A

Page 17

item III

Herron to Dr. Commène, 1919 May 20

item IV

Herron to The President. Conveying entire question of The Banat, with English preface to confidential documents, 1919 May 20

item IV B

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell. Same as above for Mr. Balfour

item IV C

Herron to Dr. E.J. Dillon. Same as above

item V

Herron to Marquis Paulucci. Enclosing above documents; Italy's opportunity for courageous initiative; hegemony of international financiers, 1919 May 26

item VI

Herron to Dr. Commène. Suggesting publication of Bela Khun's negotiations in The Banat, in view of relations between Roumania and the bolshevist government of Hungary. In French, 1919 June 12

item VII

Dr. Commène to Herron. Telegram, in French. Agreeing to suggestion, which Herron ultimately cancel, 1919 June 13

item VIII

1919 June (approximately)

 

Volume IX. The Near East

 

Greece

item I

M. Eustache Mazarachi to Herron. Sending text of unspecified correspondence. In French, undated

item I A

Memorandum furnished to Herron by Prince Christopher and Mr. Streitt, Foreign Minister under King Constantine, 1919 June 20

item II

Herron to Officers of British Foreign Office, 1919 June (approximatel)

 

Turkey

item I

Herron to the State Department, 1918 December 10

item I A

Herron to the British Foreign Office, 1918 December 10

item II

Transferred to the League of Nations, Document X

item III

Transferred to The League of Nations, Document XI

item IV

Transferred to The League of Nations, Document XII

item V

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 April 30

 

Armenia

item I

Foreword by Professor Edgard Milhaud, 1918 October 21

item I A

Report by M. Mikael Varandian, 1918 October 21

item II

Herron to The State Department and British Foreign Office, 1918 October 23

item III

Herron to The Hon. Pleasant Stovall, 1918 October 26

item IV

Herron to M. Mikael Varandian, 1918 November 4

item V

Herron to President Wilson, 1918 November 4

item VI

Monsieur Varandian to Herron, 1918 November 10

item VI A

Report by M. Varandian, undated

item VII

M. Varandian to Herron, 1918 November 13

item VIII

Herron to Mr. Stovall, 1918 November 14

item IX

Herron to His Excellency Sir Horace Rumbold, Bart., M.V.O., K.C.M.G., 1918 November 14

item X

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 November 15

item XI

Herron to the British Foreign Office, 1918 November 16

item XII

Herron to State Department, 1918 November 16

item XIII

Sir Horace Rumbold to Herron, 1918 December 7

item XIV

Herron to Sir Horace Rumbold, 1918 December 19

item XV

Mr. J.K. Agathon to Herron, 1919 October 3

item XVI

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 October 3

item XVI A

Herron to various people, 1919 October 2

item XVII

Herron to Mr. Charles R. Crance, 1919 October 8

 

Persia

item I

M. Ali Akber to Herron, 1919 October 4

item I A

M. Ayu-Lama Bey to Herron, 1919 October 4

item I B

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 October 4

 

Egypt

item I

Mohamed Faymy, Aly Shamsy, Ismail Labid, Yehya Dardiry to Herron, for President Wilson. Shortly before Peace Conference

 

Volume X. Russia

item I

Herron to M. Wladimir Victoroff-Toporoff, 1918 April 30

item II

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 April 30

item III

Report given to Herron by Mme. Hertzka, 1918 July (approximately)

item IV

Madame Olivier to Herron. Telegram. Committee to President Wilson, 1918 September 4

item V

Herron to State Department, 1918 October 27

item VI

Herron to Mr. Stovall, 1918 November 1

item VI A

Appeal on behalf of Russian prisoners of war by Dr. N.A. Kossianoff, President of the Russian Red Cross in Berne; perishing from hunger, want and sickness, under most distressing conditions; particulars, immediate help indispensable, from humanitarian and political point of view

item VII

Herron to State Department and British Foreign Office, 1918 November 20

item VIII

Report by Mr. Siegfried Horneffer. Transferred to Germany, Document XCVIII, 1919 January 4

item IX

Colonel House to Herron. Russian situation is being duly considered, 1919 February 16

item X

Monsieur N. Gay to Herron, 1919 February 17

item XI

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 March 23

item XI A

Baron von Wrangel to Herron

item XI B

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell. Enclosing Baron von Wrangel's report, and giving his particulars, 1919 March 23

item XII

Herron to Mr. Henry Slobodin, 1919 March 28

item XII A

Herron to Colonel House. Enclosing following letter, 1919 March 28

item XII B

Mr. Henry C. Slobodin to Herron, 1919 February 20

item XIII

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell. Enclosing Mr. Slobodin's appeal, for Mr. Balfour, 1919 March 29

item XIV

Mr. N. Gay to Herron. Referring to unspecified memorandum, 1919 March 31

item XIV A

Herron to Mr. Gay. Acknowledging above memorandum, 1919 March 31

item XV

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 April 2

item XV A

Appeal of "Free Christians"

item XVI

Given to Herron by Mr. Paul Birukoff for transmission. Impressions of his journey in Russia, 1919 April 2

item XVII

Herron to The President. Enclosing above impressions, 1919 April 4

item XVII A

Preceding enclosure, English translation

item XVII B

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell. Enclosing same, 1919 April 4

item XVIII

Herron to Colonel House. Enclosing same, and also the situation in Hungary by Count Sigray and memorandum on Russia by Nicolas Gay, 1919 April 4

item XVIII A

Mr. Gay to Herron. Memorandum on Russia, 1919 April 2

item XIX

Madame Olivier to Herron. Enclosing letter to The President, 1919 April 13

item XIX A

Madame Olivier to The President, 1919 March 24

item XX

Herron to The President. Enclosing appeal from Professor Lammasch and one from Madame Olivier, 1919 April 15

item XXI

Dr. Charlotte Olivier to Herron. Giving thanks for help, 1919 April 18

item XXII

Appeal to Herron. Siberian Mission in favor of Austro-Hungarian prisoners at Nikolsk Ussurisk, 1919 July (approximately)

item XXIII

Mrs. E.P. Lawrence to Herron, 1920 February 2

item XXIV

Same. American Y.M.C.A. ready to commence repatriation of prisoners, but Permit still required from Government; request for help, 1920 February 10

item XXV

Herron to Rev. Norman Thomas. Attitude towards Russia; Gorky as guest; Herron's pilgrimage in Palestine, etc., 1920 April 27

 

Volume X. Russia. Baron von Wrangel

item I

Baron T. von Wrangel to Herron, 1919 February 15

item II

Herron to Baron von Wrangel, 1919 February 16

item III

Baron von Wrangel to Herron, undated

item IV

Same, 1919 February 16

item V

Herron to Baron von Wrangel, 1919 March 8

item VI

Baron von Wrangel to Herron, 1919 March 15

item VII

Same, 1919 May 14

item VIII

Herron to Baron von Wrangel, 1919 May 17

item IX

Baron von Wrangel to Herron, 1919 June 2

item X

Same, 1919 June 20

item XI

Same, 1919 June 24

item XII

Same, 1919 September 29

 

Volume X. Russia. Prinkipo

item I

Dr. Serge Persky to Herron, 1919 February 5

item II

Same, undated

item III

Report by Herron for State Department and British Foreign Office, 1919 February 6

item IV

Major Kruesi to Herron, 1919 February 11

item V

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1919 February 12

item VI

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 February 13

item VII

Major Walter E. Kruesi to Herron, 1919 February 21

item VIII

Brigadier General M. Churchill to Herron, 1919 February 27

item IX

Major Kruesi to Herron, 1919 March 11

item IX A

Mr. Frank L. Polk to Mr. Stokes, 1919 February 19

item IX B

Mr. Polk to Major Kruesi, 1919 February 20

item X

Major Kruesi to Herron, undated

item X A

Senator G.M. Hitchcock to Lt. Smith, 1919 February 19

item X B

Secretary E.B. Goddis to Lt. G.I. Smith, 1919 March 1

item X C

Mr. F.S. Polk to Senator Hitchcock, 1919 February 27

item XI

Herron to Major Kruesi, 1919 April 25

item XII

Herron to "The New York Times," 1919 September 20

item XIII

Herron to "The New Republic," 1919 December 3

 

Volume X. Russia. Latvia (Lettonia)

item I

Madame Anna Kenin to Herron, 1918 March 27

item II

Same, 1918 April 16

item III

Same, 1918 May 1

item IV

Same, 1918 May 8

item V

Same, 1918 May 22

item VI

Same, 1918 May 31

item VII

Same, 1918 August 22

item VIII

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 March 19

item VIII A

Memorandum for Peace Conference

item VIII B

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell, 1919 March 19

item VIII C

Mr. A.J. Balfour to Mr. Meierovics, 1918 November 11

item IX

Colonel House to Herron, 1919 March 20

item X

Madame Anna Kenin to Herron, 1919 June 16

item XI

Pamphlet, "Un Peuple Menacé"

 

Volume X. Russia. Ukraine

item I

Dr. Eugen Lewicky to Herron, 1918 November 25

item II

Herron to Lewicky, 1918 December 3

item III

Dr. Lewicky to Herron, undated

item IV to Document IV Q

Various sent to Herron by A. Sévrinky, 1919 March 31

item V

Herron to Mr. Sévrinky, 1919 April 3

item VI

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell, 1919 April 3

item VII

Herron to The Hon. P.H. Stovall, 1919 April 6

item VII A

Dr. Edmond Privat to The President, 1919 April 5

item VIII

Mr. Stovall to Herron, 1919 April 6

item IX

Herron to The President, 1919 April 7

item X

Herron to Mr. Stovall, 1919 April 8

item XI

Mr. Alexander Sévrinky to Herron, 1919 April 8

item XI A

Memorandum on the Directoire of Ukraine

item XII

Mr. Stovall to Herron, 1919 April 9

 

Volume X. Russia. Crimea

item I

M. Djafer Seidamet to Herron, 1920 June 5

item I A

Memorandum for the League of Nations

item II

Herron to Dr. Seidamet, 1920 June 19

item III

Dr. Seidamet to Herron, 1920 June 21

item IV

Same, 1920 July 6

item V

Herron to Dr. Seidamet, 1920 July 7

item VI

Seidamet to Herron, 1920 July 19

item VII

Dr. Seidamet to Herron, 1920 August 21

item VIII

Herron to Dr. Seidamet, 1920 August 22

item IX

Herron to His Excellency Comm. Orsini, 1920 August 24

item X

Commendatore Orsini to Herron, 1920 August 26

item XI

Dr. Seidamet to Herron, 1920 November 12

item XII

Dr. Seidamet to Herron, 1920 November 22

item XIII

Same, 1921 January 3

 

Volume XI. Switzerland

item I

Preface to following letter

item I

Herron to President Wilson, 1917 May (approximately)

item II

Herron to Minister Stovall, 1917 May 26

item III

Herron to Herrn Hoffmann, 1917 May 26

item IV

Herron to Mr. Stovall, 1917 June 2

item V

Herron to Professor Rappard, 1917 June 9

item VI

Herron to Minister Stovall, 1917 June 11

item VII

Herron to Mr. Sautter, 1917 September 22

item VIII

Herron to Mr. L. Dresel, 1918 April 20

item IX

Transferred to League of Nations, Document III

item IX-bis

Mr. Stovall to Herron, 1918 May 8

item X

Herron to State Department and British Foreign Office, 1918 July 4

item XI

Mr. Stovall to Herron, 1918 July 15

item XI A

President Wilson to Mr. Stovall, 1918 June 21

item XII

Herron to State Department and British Foreign Office, 1918 August 26

item XIII

Same, 1918 September 7

item XIV

Report given to Herron by Commander Whittall for the American Government, 1918 October 14

item XV

Herron to Mr. Dolbeare, 1918 October 16

item XVI

Transferred to The League of Nations, Document VII, which see

item XVII

M. Meyer de Stadelhofen to Herron, undated

item XVIII

Herron to M. M. de Stadelhofen, 1918 December 5

item XIX

Marquis Paulucci di Calboli, 1918 December 5

item XX

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell, 1918 December 5

item XXI

Transferred to The League of Nations, Document VIII, which see

item XXII

Herron to State Department and British Foreign Office, 1919 January 4

item XXIII

Mr. George G. Sharp to Herron, 1919 January 24

item XXIV to XXXV

Transferred to The League of Nations, from Document XIII to Document XXIV

item XXXVI

Herron to Professor Constantine Stephanove, 1920 January 15

 

Volume XI. Switzerland. Correspondence with legations

item I

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 January 3

item II

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1918 March 21

item III

Mr. L. Ferrière to Herron, 1918 April

item IV

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 April 30

item V

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 May 29

item VI

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 June 10

item VII

Herron to Mr. Dolbeare, 1918 June 16

item VIII

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 June 21

item IX

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 June

item X

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 July 6

item XI

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 July 12

item XI A

Sir W. Tyrrell to Mr. Bland. Appreciation of Herron's work. Enclosure to Document XI, 1918 July 10

item XII

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 July 17

item XIII

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 July 25

item XIII A

Mr. Marshall to Mr. Bland, 1918 July 23

item XIV

Herron to Mr. Bland, 1918 July 26

item XV

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 August 15

item XV A

Sir William Tyrrell to Mr. Bland, 1918 August 14

item XVI

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 August 28

item XVII

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 September 2

item XVIII

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 September 10

item XIX

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 September 13

item XX

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 September 19

item XXI

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 October 2

item XXII

Commander Whittall to Herron. Transmitting cable confirming receipt of various reports, 1918 October 10

item XXIII

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 October 15

item XXIV

Mr. Bland to Herron, 1918 October 30

item XXV

Mr. Dulles to Herron, 1918 November 18

item XXVI

Herron to Colonel Godson, 1918 November 27

item XXVII

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 December 2

item XXVIII

Sir William Tyrrell to Herron, 1918 December 9

item XXIX

Mr. Dulles to Herron, 1919 January 3

item XXX

Mr. Dulles to Herron. Appointment with Secretary Lansing, 1919 January

item XXXI

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron. His return to work; in charge during absence of the Minister; note from Mr. Lansing acknowledging report concerning

item XXXII

Sir William Tyrrell to Herron. Making appointment, 1919 January 20

item XXXIII

Ditto. Expressing alarm lest Herron should leave Paris without seeing him making a further appointment, 1919 January 22

item XXXIV

Mr. Headlam Morley to Herron. Expressing pleasure at appointment for dinner, 1919 January 23

item XXXV

Mr. Gilbert F. Close to Herron. Replying to Herron's note of the 20th; making an appointment on behalf of The President, 1919 January 23

item XXXVI

Mr. Gilbert F. Close to Herron, 1919 January 24

item XXXVII

Miss A.C. Keth to Herron. Making appointment with The Secretary of State, 1919 January 25

item XXXVIII

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1919 February 13

item XXXIX

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1919 February 17

item XL

Mr. McNeir to Herron. Enclosing voucher of services rendered, with request to return same, duly signed, 1919 March 15

item XL-bis

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron. Acknowledging letter of 28th and enclosing money order; Moran will see to the matter of Herron's request, 1919 March 29

item XLI

Mr. Russell to Herron. Envelope containing confidential papers to be transmitted by Captain Jamp and left at the British Consulate for Herron to fetch, 1919 May 21

item XLII

Mr. Gilbert F. Close to Herron. Acknowledging receipt of "Nicolle Vandel" on behalf of The President, with request that Herron convey his cordial appreciation to Mr. Tissot, 1919 May 23

item XLIII

Herron to Mr. Dulles, 1919 July 1

item XLIV

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell, 1919 July 5

 

Volume XI. Switzerland. Correspondence from legations

item I

The Hon. Pleasant H. Stovall to Herron, 1917 May 29

item II

Same, 1917 May 29

item III

Same, 1917 May 30

item IV

Commander Sir Hugh E.C. Whittall to Herron, 1917 June 5

item V

Mr. Stovall to Herron, 1917 June 8

item VI

Same, 1917 June 9

item VII

Same, 1917 June 30

item VIII

Commander Whittall to Herron, 1917 July 20

item IX

Mr. Stovall to Herron, 1917 July 26

item X

Same, 1917 August 2

item XI

Commander Whittall to Herron, 1917 September 17

item XII

The Hon. William G. Sharp to Herron, 1917 December 6

item XIII

Same, 1917 December 11

item XIV

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1917 December 18

item XV

The Hon. Tho. Nelson Page to Herron, 1917 December 26

item XVI

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1917 December 31

item XVII

Same, 1918 January 4

item XVIII

Same, 1918 January 15

item XIX

Same, 1918 January 19

item XIX A

Mr. Theodore K. Shipkoff to Mr. Wilson, 1918 January 16

item XX

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1918 January 21

item XX A

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 January 23

item XXI

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1918 February 18

item XXI A

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to The Hon. William G. Sharp, 1918 February 18

item XXII

Mr. Stovall to Herron, 1918 March 18

item XXIII

Same, 1918 April 6

item XXIV

Mr. Allen W. Dulles to Herron, 1918 April 9

item XXV

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1918 May 7

item XXVI

Same, 1918 May 25

item XXVII

Same, 1918 May 27

item XXVIII

Same, 1918 June 3

item XXIX

Mr. Frederic R. Dolbeare, 1918 June 17

item XXX

Mr. J.O.P. Bland to Herron, 1918 August 9

item XXXI

Mr. Ellis Loring Dresel to Herron, 1918 August 21

item XXXII

Mr. Allen W. Dulles to Herron, 1918 August 23

item XXXIII

Mr. Remsen Whitehouse to Herron, 1918 September 11

item XXXIV

Mr. Allen W. Dulles to Herron, 1918 September 20

item XXXV

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1918 September 30

item XXXVI

Same, 1918 September 30

item XXXVII

Mr. Remsen Whitehouse to Herron, 1918 October 2

item XXXVIII

Mr. Hubert White to Herron, 1918 October 4

item XXXIX

Mr. Remsen Whitehouse to Herron, 1918 October 15

item XL

Mr. Frederic R. Dolbeare to Herron, 1918 October 30

item XLI

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1918 October 30

item XLII

Mr. Allen W. Dulles to Herron, 1918 November 2

 

Volume XI. Switzerland. International societies

item I

Herron to Mr. Grimm, 1916 September 20

item I A

German translation of above

item II

Herron to Mr. Simons, 1916 September 17

item III

Herron to Mr. Simons, 1916 September 18

item IV

Herron to Mr. Grimm, 1916 September 30

item V

Herron to Mr. Grimm, same date

item VI

Herron to Mr. Peluso, 1916 October 3

item VI A

German translation of above

item VII

Herron to The Editor of "Le Genevois," 1916 October 4

item VIII

Herron to Mr. Walling, 1917 May 2

item IX

Herron to Mr. Walling, 1917 December 27

item X

Commander Whittall to Herron, 1918 September 4

item XI

Herron to Mr. Krause, 1918 September 4

item XII

Herron to Mr. Simons, 1918 September 9

item XIII

Mr. F. Bohn to Herron, 1918 December 4

item XIV

Mr. Bohn to Herron. Telegram: Mission in Paris, 1918 December 11

item XV

Herron to Mr. Bohn, 1919 January 13

item XVI

Mr. F. Bohn to Herron. Telegram: Allied Socialist Conference in Paris; requesting Herron to join him, 1919 January 18

item XVII

Herron to Mr. Strobel, 1919 October 15

 

Volume XII. Between President Wilson and Herron

item I

Mr. Mitchell Kennerley to Herron, 1917 October 3

item I A

President Wilson to Mr. Kennerley, 1917 October 1

item II

Mr. J.C. Grew to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 February 19

item III

Herron to President Wilson, 1918 May 31

item IV

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1918 July 6

item IV A

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1918 July 6

item IV B

Herron to The President, 1918 July 5

item V

Colonel L.M. House to Herron, 1919 March 20

item VI

Herron to Mr. Gignoux, 1919 March 20

item VI A

Herron to Mr. Gignoux, 1919 March 20

item VII

Herron to The Hon. Pleasant H. Stovall, 1919 March 20

item VII A

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 March 20

item VII B

Monsieur Gignoux to Herron, 1919 March 19

item VIII

Mr. Stovall to Herron, 1919 March 21

item IX

Herron to Monsieur Edouard Chapuisat, 1919 March 21

item X

President Wilson to Herron, 1919 March 26

item XI

Monsieur Gignoux to Herron, 1919 April 12

item XII

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 April 14

item XII A

Monsieur Gignoux to Herron, 1919 April 14

item XII B

Same, 1919 April 14

item XIII

The President to Herron, 1919 April 17

item XIV

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 April 21

item XV

President Wilson to Herron, 1919 April 28

item XVI

Monsieur Gignoux to Herron, 1919 May 3

item XVII

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 June

item XVIII

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 September 26

item XIX

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 September 28

item XX

Colonel House to Herron, 1919 September 30

item XXI

Mr. J.P. Tumulty to Herron, 1919 October 11

item XXII

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 October 21

item XXIII

Mr. Tumulty to Herron, 1919 October 22

item XXIV

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 December 6

item XXV

Herron to Mr. Tumulty, 1919 December 6

item XXVI

Mr. Tumulty to Herron, 1919 December 27

item XXVII

Herron to Mr. William Allen White, 1920 April 17

item XXVIII

Article in "The Berlin Herald" - The Herron-Scheffauer Controversy, 1922 April 15

item XXIX

Herron to Mr. William Allen White, 1924 April 30

 

Volume XII. The League of Nations

item I

Page of References to The League

item II

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 April 14

item III

Herron to The Hon. Pleasant H. Stovall, 1918 May 21

item IV

Herron to Mr. Wilson, 1918 May 31

item IV A

Herron to President Wilson, 1918 May 31

item V

Mr. Hugh R. Wilson to Herron, 1918 July 6

item V A

Same, 1918 July 6

item V B

Herron to President Wilson, 1918 July 5

item VI

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1918 July 8

item VII

Mr. William Droin to Herron, 1918 December 3

item VIII

Herron to His Excellency the Hon. William G. Sharp, 1918 December 5

item IX

Report by Herron: American Propaganda against the President, 1919 February 5

item X

Mr. W.G. Middleton-Edwards to Herron, 1919 February 22

item XI

Same, 1919 March 1

item XI A

Enclosure: Constantinople - A European District of Columbia

item XII

Mr. Middleton-Edwards to Herron, 1919 March 11

item XIII to XIX B

Transferred to President Wilson's Volume

item XIV C

Mr. Middleton-Edwards to Herron, 1919 March 20

item XX

Herron to The Hon. Pleasant H. Stovall, 1919 April 16

item XXI

Mr. Stovall to Herron, 1919 April 22

item XXII

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 May 5

item XXIII

Mr. Eric Drummond to Herron, 1919 May 9

item XXIV

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 June

item XXV

Interview given by Herron to "Neue Zurcher Zeitung," 1919 June

item XXVI

Article in "La Tribune de Genève," 1919 June 1

item XXVII

Herron to The President, 1919 June 7

item XXVIII

Mr. Charles R. Crane to Herron, 1920 September 18

item XXIX

Mr. Hawkling L. Yen to Herron, 1920 November 1

item XXX

Herron to Mr. Crane, 1920 November 2

item XXXI

Copy of "The Social Preparation" including Herron's poem: "To America: A Psalm of Invocation," 1924 February 26

 

Volume XIII. The Peace

item I

Article by Herron: "What Terms of Peace Shall Close the..." 1914 Autumn

item II

Herron to Dr. Hillis, 1918 September 9

item III

Mr. J.O.P. Bland to Herron, 1918 November 27

item IV

Herron to Mr. Bland, 1918 December 4

item V

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1919 January 13

item VI

Report made by Herron at request of the Secretary of State, Mr. Robert Lansing, 1919 January 22

item VII

Herron to The Rt. Hon. Sir William Tyrrell, 1919 February 4

item VIII

Professor L. Ragaz to Herron, 1919 March 29

item IX

Herron to Professor Ragaz, 1919 April 1

item IX A

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell, 1919 April 8

item X

Mr. E.J. Dillon to Herron, 1919 April 10

item XI

Herron to Mr. Dillon, 1919 April 15

item XII

Herron to The Hon. Pleasant H. Stovall, 1919 April 24

item XIII

Herron to Mr. Frank W. Vanderlip, 1919 May 27

item XIV

Herron to Sir William Tyrrell, 1919 July 3

item XV

Herron to Mr. C.A. Barron, 1919 September 15

item XVI

Herron to Mr. Ralph de Cazenove, 1919 October 4

item XVII

Mr. Charles R. Crane to Herron, 1919 October 12

item XVIII

Herron to Mr. Crane, 1919 October 13

item XIX

Herron to Mr. Crane, 1919 October 14

item XX

Note by Mr. Anderson, 1919 October 15 or 16

item XX A

Report on Economic Tasks by Mr. Leo Wulfsohn, 1919 October 9

item XXI

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 October 18

item XXI A

Appendix by Mr. Leo Wulfsohn, 1919 October 16

item XXII

Herron to Mr. J.P. Tumulty, 1919 December 11

item XXIII

Mr. Tumulty to Herron, 1920 January 8

 

Volume XIII. The Peace - Dillon Annex

item I

Mr. E.J. Dillon to Herron, 1919 April 10

item II

Herron to Mr. Dillon, 1919 April 15

item III

Mr. Dillon to Herron, 1919 April 23

item IV

Herron to Mr. Dillon, 1919 April 30

item V

Mr. E.J. Dillon to Herron, 1919 May 3

item VI

Same, 1919 May 5

item VII

Herron to Mr. Dillon, 1919 May 6

item VIII

Mr. Dillon to Herron, 1919 May 9

item IX

Herron to Mr. Dillon, 1919 May 13

item X

Mr. Dillon to Herron, 1919 May 23

item XI

Herron to Mr. Dillon, 1919 May 28

 

Volume XIII. The Peace - Barron Annex

item I

Mr. C.W. Barron to Herron, 1918 December 21

item II

Herron to Mr. Barron, 1919 January 18

item III

Mr. Barron to Herron, 1919 February 10

item IV

Same, 1919 April 29

item V

Herron to Mr. Barron, 1919 May 16

item VI

Mr. Barron to Herron, 1919 June 12

item VII

Mr. Barron to Herron, 1919 August 23

item VIII

Herron to Mr. Barron, 1919 September 15

item VIII A

Memorandum made by Mr. Frederick U. Bates

item IX

Herron to Mr. Barron, 1919 October 18

item X

Mr. Barron to Herron, 1919 November 12

item X A

Mr. D.C. Harrower to Mr. Barron, 1919 October 21

item XI

Herron to Mr. Barron, 1919 December 6

item XII

Herron to Mr. Barron, 1919 December 10

item XIII

Herron to Mr. Barron, 1920 February 24

item XIV

Herron to Mr. Barron, 1920 February 27

item XX

Herron to Mr. Barron, 1920 March 8

 

Volume XIII. Dr. Paul Sabatier

item I

Dr. Paul Sabatier to Herron, 1916 October 5

item II

Same, 1916 October 25

item III

Same, 1917 February 3

item IV

Same, 1917 September 12

item V

Herron to Dr. Sabatier, 1917 September 22

item VI

Dr. Sabatier to Herron, 1918 October 13

item VII

Dr. Sabatier to Herron, 1918 December 5

item VII A

English translation of above

item VIII

Dr. Sabatier to Herron, 1918 December 20

item VIII A

M.L. Ferrière to Herron, 1918 December 30

item VIII B

English translation of Document VIII

item IX

Herron to Dr. Sabatier, 1918 December 22

item X

Dr. Sabatier to Herron, 1918 December 27

item XI

Herron to Dr. Sabatier, 1918 December 28

item XII

Report to State Department and British Foreign Office, 1918 December 31

 

Volume XIII. Colonel MacHugh

item I

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1918 November 1

item II

Colonel R.J. MacHugh to Herron, 1918 November 13

item III

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1918 November 15

item IV

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1918 November 22

item V

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1918 November 26

item VI

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1918 November 27

item VII

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1918 November 29

item VIII

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1918 November 30

item IX

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1918 December 4

item X

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1919 January 13

item XI

Colonel MacHugh to Herron, 1919 January 18

 

Volume XIII. Eugene V. Debs

item I

Eugene V. Debs to Herron, 1916 June 3

item II

Same, 1916 November 16

item III

Herron to Eugene V. Debs, 1916 December 19

item IV

Eugene V. Debs to Herron, 1917 January 23

item V

Same, 1918 January 26

item VI

Herron to President Wilson, 1919 September 26

item VII

Herron to Eugene V. Debs, 1919 September 26

item VIII

Colonel House to Herron, 1919 September 30

item IX

Mr. Tumulty to Herron, 1919 October 11

item X

Theodore Debs to Herron, 1919 October 22

item XI

Same, 1919 October 31

item XII

Herron to Colonel House, 1919 December 6

item XIII

Herron to Mr. Tumulty, 1919 December 6

item XIV

Mr. Tumulty to Herron, 1919 December 27

 

Volume XIV. Supplementary: Germany - Austria

item I

Count Stefan Tisza - Report. Political situation in Austria and Hungary; recommending understanding between Austro-Hungary and Germany, with a view better relations of Central Powers with Bulgaria, Roumania, Greece and Turkey, 1914 March 15

item II

Count Tisza to Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria. Request for immediate mobilization in order to avert unsatisfactory answer and attitude of Serbia, 1914 July 25

item III

Unsigned Secret Document. Various war solutions in Austro-Hungary, in the event of victory or otherwise, 1914 December

item IV

Kaiser Wilhelm to Emperor Franz-Joseph. Italy's attitude, 1915 January 9

item V

Emperor Franz-Joseph to Kaiser Wilhelm. Conveyed by nephew Charles; Italy's attitude, 1915 January 20

item VI

Cardinal Gasparri to Apostolic Nuncio in Austro-Hungary. Giving explanation of nomination in favor of French Cardinals in lieu of German ones; solemnities for the death of Emperor Franz-Joseph; answering complaints regarding better consideration of Italian prisoners instead of Austrian ones; giving reasons, 1917 February 20

item VII

Ambassador Schönburg to Count Czernin. Secret; interview with Mr. Erzberger regarding peace negotiations, 1917 May 24

item VIII

Secret Document in State Archives - Vienna. Signed P.A.; war aims and understanding between Germany and Austria for the future, 1917 October 22

 

Index to Supplementary Volume.

 

Prefatory

item I

Foreword: CONFERENCES OR NEGOTIATIONS CONCERNING WHICH THE DOCUMENTS ARE LOST OR REPORTS OF WHICH WERE ONLY VERBAL

item II

Herron to The Hon. Joseph C. Grew, 1923 June 22

item III

Mr. Grew to Herron, 1923 June 29

item IV

Herron to Mr. Hugh R. Wilson, 1923 July 21

 

Supplementary: Germany

item I

Article by Herron on Admiral von Hintze, 1918 August 3

item II

Article by Herron on Dr. Muehlon, 1918 August 10

item III

Appeal given to Herron by Professor Foerster, 1920 Autumn

item IV

Herron to Count Montgelas, 1923 January 21

item V

Herron to Count Montgelas, 1923 March 6

item VI

Herron to Count Montgelas, 1923 March 20

 

Supplementary: Austria

item I

Article by Herron on Austria and Italy, 1917 March 22

item II

Article by Herron: "The World at the Cross-Roads," early 1918

item III

Article by Herron: "America's Answer to Austria," end of 1918

item IV

Article by Herron: "A Golden Bridge Unbuilt," 1921 December

 

Supplementary: Italy

item I

Herron to Mr. William Allan White, 1920 April 17

item II

Herron to The Rev. Norman Thomas, 1920 May 7

item III

Herron to Onorevole Signor Benito Mussolini, 1922 August 26

item IV

Mussolini to Herron, 1922 August 29

item V

Herron to Marquis Paulucci di Calboli, 1922 December 13

item VI

Herron to Duca Colonna di Cesarò, 1923 January 20

item VII

Herron to Duca Colonna di Cesarò, 1923 January 21

item VIII

Herron to Duca Colonna di Cesarò, 1923 January 29

item IX

Herron to Duca Colonna di Cesarò, 1923 March 2

item X

Herron to Miss Vida D. Scudder, 1923 March 5

item XI

Herron to Marquis R. Paulucci di Calboli, 1923 March 15

 

Supplementary: Italy and Serbia

item I

M. Savtchitch to Herron, 1917 September 12

item II

Dr. L. Marcovitch to Herron, 1918 June 11

item III

Same, 1918 August 15

item IV

Same, 1918 August 27

item V

Same, 1918 September 23

item VI

Same, 1918 October 7

item VII

Article in "IDEA NAZIONALE" (Herron & Kramer), 1919 April 14

item VIII

Article in "THE GLOBE" - A Financial Coalition, 1919 May 16

 

Supplementary: Russia

item I

Herron to The Rt. Rev. Bishop Paul Jones, 1920 January 27

 

Supplementary: The Near East - Armenia

item I

Herron to Mrs. Charles Berry, 1923 November 10

 

Supplementary: France

item I

Editor of "THE WORLD" to Herron, 1921 October 28

item I A

Mr. J.O.H. Cosgrave to Herron, 1922 January 19

item I B

Article by Herron - "The Truth about France," undated

 

Supplementary: Germany

item I

Herron to H.M. Hyndman, Esq., 1919 August 29

item II

Herron to Mr. Norman Thomas, 1920 March 25

item III

Article by Herron "The American War Motive," 1921 June 25

item IV

Interview with Herron, published in "L'EPOCA," 1918 September 20

item IV A

Answers to above questions

 

ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS

Additional Note

(in manuscript boxes)
Box 1.

Volume I. Germany-1

 

Volume II. Germany-2

Box 2.

Volume III. Austria-1

 

Volume IV. Austria-2

 

Volume V. Hungary - Czechoslovakia

Box 3.

Volume VI. Italy. Italy and Serbia. Italy and Albania

 

Volume VII. Bulgaria

 

Volume VIII. Macedonia

Box 4.

Volume IX. Roumania. Roumania - The Land. The Near East

 

Volume X. Russia

 

Volume XI. Switzerland

Box 5.

Volume XII. Between President Wilson and Hoover

 

Volume XIII. The Peace

 

Volume XIV. Supplementary (1-2)

 

CERTIFIED CARBON COPIES OF ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS

Box 6.

Volume I. Germany-1

 

Volume II. Germany-2

 

Volume III. Austria-1

 

Volume IV. Austria-2

Box 7.

Volume V. Hungary - Czechoslovakia

 

Volume VII. Bulgaria

 

Volume VIII. Macedonia

 

Volume IX. Roumania. Roumania - The Banat

Box 8.

Volume X. Russia

 

Volume XI. Switzerland

 

Volume XII. Between President Wilson and Hoover

Box 9.

Volume XIII. The Peace

 

Volume XIV. Supplementary (1-2)

 

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL

Box 10.

Personal correspondence, 1915-1916, A-Z, also unidentified. 1919-1923 (unsorted)

Box 11.

Personal correspondence, 1924-1925, A-Z

Box 12.

Personal correspondence with Professor William F. Badé, 1916-1924

 

Cooper Union Lectures

 

Grinnell lectures

Box 13.

Reports on European economic conditions and appeals from some European countries. Also clippings

 

Miscellaneous lectures (3 envelopes)

Box 14.

Notes for essays (handwritten)

 

Outlines of old lectures

 

Correspondence with Antonio Sannini, Firenze, 1916-1927

 

Correspondence with F. Henri Humbert, Florence, 1928 ff.

 

Mrs. Frieda Herron: bills and statements. 1 envelope

Box 15.

Family and business papers and correspondence

 

Sympathy letters and cards

 

Same

 

Obituary notices (clippings and letters)

 

Report cards of Herron's children

 

Calling cards

Box 16.

Family and business papers and correspondence

 

Balance sheets of the Banca Commerciale Italiana

 

Receipts from 1927-1930

 

Criticisms of The Defeat in Victory; The Revival of Italy

Box 17.

Newspaper clippings (2 folders)

Box 18.

Newspaper clippings (2 folders)

Box 19.

Newspaper clippings

 

Miscellaneous regarding Socialist Party

Box 20.

Poems

Box 21-30.

Unsorted material, consisting mostly of printed matter and scrapbooks. Includes some correspondence and writings