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SPEECHES AND WRITINGS FILE, ca. 1930-1980
U.S. GOVERNMENT SERVICE FILE, 1937-1973
SPEECHES AND WRITINGS FILE-B, 1948-1979
U.S. GOVERNMENT SERVICE FILE-B, 1937-1973
BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, ca. 1930-1977
Biographical sketches and bibliographies, 1942-1974
Certificates. Includes several letters, 1969-1976
Miscellany, Selective service materials, letters, will, directories, student evaluation, postcards with descriptions of Harvard University and other miscellany ca. 1930-1974.
General. Employment, search for
General. Miscellanous notes, clippings, and reference lists
Correspondence, ca. 1933-1973.
General. NOTE: Includes correspondence with Senators Styles Bridges, Ralph E. Flanders and George D. Aiken and a variety of significant scholars and educators, including Arthur M. Schlesinger, Herbert Bolton, Charles Tansill, Philip E. Mosely, Howard F. Lowry, William L. Langer
American College Bureau (Mrs. Charles E. Goodell), 1949-1959
Assistant Secretary of State for Latin American Affairs, 1968-1969
General. Application, clippings and miscellaneous background materials
Correspondence. Includes William P. Rogers, letters to Richard Nixon (and a form reply), Ronald Reagan, George Murphy, Miles DuVal, Roger Robb, Maurice H. Thatcher
University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Administrative materials, and correspondence, including Clark Kerr, Vernon I. Cheadle, Samuel B. Gould, SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/Education/University of California 1959-1978.
Fulbright-Hays Visiting Lectureship, Relates primarily to Dr. Dozer's participation in an exchange teaching program in Argentina, 1971. SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS/1971/ "The Meaning of Revolution in Argentine History and United States History" 1959-1974.
Orientation materials, 1971
Text. Applications, reports and course syllabi
American Graduate School of International Management, Glendale, Arizona, Also includes letters relating to Dr. Dozer's participation in an exchange teaching program in Japan, 1975. 1972-1976.
General, Arranged chronologically within each alphabetical grouping 1944-1979.
Family correspondence, Letters written by Dr. Dozer while traveling 1960-1973.
Andrews, J. Cutler, 1936-1972
Ashbrook, John M. (M.C.), 1968-1972
Barber, G. Russell, 1968-1971
Baxter, James P., III, 1936-1956
Beveridge, Albert J., 1926
Borah, William E. (Senator), 1926
Bowman, George A., 1927-1975
Braden, Spruille, 1955-1977
Bromsen, Maury A., SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS/1958/"Benjamin Harrison, President of the United States"/Correspondence 1951-1962.
Buckley, William F., 1965-1968
Bunche, Ralph, 1949-1950
Byrnes, James F., 1947
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (Fund for the Republic, Inc.), 1960-1962
Compton, Arthur, 1950
Compton, Wilson, 1953-1964
Contreras, Belisario, 1959-1967
Crane, Philip M. (M.C.), 1977-1979
Dall, Curtis B., 1968-1970
D'Evelyn, Morton N., 1972
Dunn, Waldo H., 1930-1973
Engle, Clair, 1962
Fisher, Sydney N., 1961-1964
Friedman, Milton, 1972-1976
Gewehr, Wesley, 1957-1961
Goldwater, Barry, 1964-1977
Hancock, Ralph, 1957-1970
Henderson, John E. (M.C.), 1970
Howard, Robert D., 1949-1962
Hughes, Charles Evans, 1926
Humphreys, Robert (Republican National Committee), 1956-1964
Hussey, Roland, 1953-1958
Johnston, Olin D. (Senator), 1958
Kaiser, Chester, 1955-1970
Kerr, Clark, 1964
Kimmel, Husband E., 1968
Kinnaird, Lawrence and Lucia, 1962-1972
Kubek, Anthony, 1956-1967
Lagomarsino, Robert J. (M.C.), 1967-1977
Lawrence, Louis, 1951-1956
Lewis, John C., 1937
Long, Hamilton, 1957-1960
Loughran, Clayton, 1959-1976
Marquand, Hilary A., 1963-1972
McSweeney, John (M.C.), 1949
Meese, Edwin, 1968
Messolonghites, Louis, 1970-1975
Meyer, Frank (National Review), 1962-1972
Mills, Sheldon T., 1961-1964
Muggeridge, Malcolm, 1970-1971
Nelson, Frederic (Saturday Evening Post), 1958-1960
Nixon, Richard M., 1968-1969
Possony, Stefan T., 1962-1964
Powell, Enoch, 1973
Rafferty, Max, 1962-1972
Reagan, Ronald, Includes associates 1967-1979.
Richardson, Gilbert, 1965-1971
Rippy, J. Fred, 1959-1971
Schlafly, Phyllis, 1967-1974
Schmitz, John G. (M.C.), 1971
Schneider, Norris, 1960-1972
Seldon, Arthur, 1972-1974
Shafroth, John F., 1966
Shera, Jesse, 1949-1974
Smoot, Dan, 1960-1970
Stebbins, Richard, 1949-1953
Taft, Robert A., Relates primarily to the job search 1951-1953.
Tate, Ben E., 1952
Teague, Charles M. (M.C.), 1961-1973
Templeton, Kenneth, SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/Institute for Humane Studies 1957-1966.
Van Natta, Thomas F., 1962-1964
Waller, William, 1972
Watts, V. Orval, 1961-1962
Welch, Robert, 1959-1979
Wheeler, Burton K. (Senator), 1953
SPEECHES AND WRITINGS FILE, ca. 1930-1980
General. Correspondence, clippings, newsletters and flyers relating to speeches given by Donald Dozer, for which transcripts are not present, 1947-1978
General. Includes one in Spanish
Latin America and the Panama Canal
"The Constitution and Individual Liberty"
"Labels". Printed copy and announcement
"Maryland in the Civil War"
"United States and Latin America"
Texts. Otherwise unidentified
Latin American economic development. Transcript; SEE ALSO: PHONOTAPE CASSETTE
Panama Canal. Two different sets of questions and answers
General. Correspondence and clippings relating to publishing, unidentified manuscripts, and invitations to contribute, 1941-1980
Miscellaneous. Verses, children's stories, fiction, religion
General (untitled). Includes material prepared for the Emergency Committee to Save the Panama Canal
"Court-Ordered Busing Unconstitutional"
"History of Maryland"
"The Nostalgia of the New Deal"
"Our Isthmian Canal in Central America"
"Our Position in Panama"
"The Panama Canal and the United Nations"
"Panama Canal Crisis Demands Action"
"Personal Statement by the Special Representative of the Queen"
"The Policy of the Tolerant Neighbor"
"Positive Vestiges in the First Vargas Administration: An Exploratory Essay"
"Take W.P.A. Off Relief"
"The United States Constitution and the Panama Canal Treaties"
Book reviews, Primarily correspondence; reviews that were published, or consisted of three or more pages are listed separately 1949-1980.
Clippings, Interviews or published references to Dr. Dozer's work 1962-1977.
Letters to Editors, Letters, clipping 1950-1977.
"Some Aspects of Bismarck's Diplomacy, 1864-1870," Typescript ca. 1930.
"John Myles," Dictionary of American Biography, Vol. XIII, American Council of Learned Societies, Carbon typescript with letter 1934.
West Coast General Strike, Apparently two distinct manuscripts: the shorter, earlier one (three drafts) appears to have been intended for expansion into a book-length work, of which only the first few chapters were begun (fourth draft). Notes for, and preliminary work on, later chapters, form the bulk of the General/Notes category. ca. 1938.
Notes and fragments. (NOTE: Subject categories in quotations represent the preservation of Dr. Dozer's file folder notations, rather than actual titles)
"National Longshoremen's Board, Hearings and Awards"
Source material (primarily printed material; SEE ALSO: OVERSIZE MATERIALS/Box 148). Newsletters, speech transcripts, clippings, Executive Order #6580, pamphlets by Dalton Trumbo, Harry Bridges, and William F. Dunne, The Great San Francisco General Strike, pamphlets by the Waterfront Employers Union of San Francisco, and newsletters, serials and pamphlets by the Industrial Association of San Francisco, 1931-1953
"The General Strike of on the Pacific Coast" 1934
Draft #1. Holograph
Draft #2. Typescript
Draft #3. Holograph and typescript
"Labor Upheaval on the Pacific Coast" (Draft #4)
"Introduction and Bibliography". Outline, fragments, and notes
1. The Setting. Typescript
2. The Companies. Holograph
4. (?) The Grievances. Holograph
5. (?) The General Strike. Holograph
8. (?) The Aftermath. Holograph
Review of Ernest S. Griffith, History of American City Government: The Colonial Period, Maryland Historical Magazine, Typescript with cover letter 1938 Sept.
"Teaching Counsel One Hundred Years Young," Harvard Educational Review, Typescript copy 1939 Sept.
Review of N.W. Stephenson and W.H. Dunn, George Washington, Maryland Historical Magazine, Typescript draft 1940 June.
"The Background of the Havana Conference," Typescript and clipping 1940.
Review of Wilbur C. Phillips, Adventuring for Democracy, Frontiers of Democracy, Serial issue 1940 Nov. 15.
"United States Relations with South America," Typed transcripts of radio broadcasts 1940 Nov. 27 and Dec. 12.
"Pan-American Solidarity in Our Time!" Maryland Alumni News, Serial issue 1940 Dec.
"Maryland," World Book Encyclopedia, ca. 1941
Typescript and miscellany, 1941-1943
Revisions (additions). Typescript, cover letter, holograph report, 1944-1946
Radio broadcast for Maryland Day, Typescript 1941 March 25.
Review of J. Fred Rippy, The Caribbean Danger Zone, Military Affairs: Journal of the American Military Institute, Typescript draft 1941 Summer.
"Building Western Hemisphere Unity," Dynamic America, Serial issue 1941 Aug.
"Diplomatic Phases of the Last Peace," Speech typescript and letter 1941 Oct. 19.
"Secretary of State Elihu Root and Consular Reorganization," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Typescript, correspondence with William A. Williams and others, and notes, 1942 Dec. 1942-1963
"Beginnings of Japanese-American Friction," The Dalhousie Review (Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia), Reprint and letter 1943 July.
"Anti-Expansionism During the Johnson Administration," Pacific Historical Review, Reprint and letters, 1943 September. 1942-1943
Review of Ralph V. Harlow, The Growth of the United States, Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Typescript 1943 Dec.
"Wanted: A New Democratic Solidarity," Typescript and letter 1944 March.
"The Caribbean Islands and the War: A Record of Progress in Facing Stern Realities," American Historical Review, Carbon typescript and letter 1944 July.
"The Gap Between Government and People," Public Opinion Quarterly, Reprint, correspondence with Arthur M. Schlesinger and others, review/editorial, 1945 Spring. 1945-1948
"The Opposition to Hawaiian Reciprocity," Pacific Historical Review, Reprint and correspondence, 1945 June. 1944-1946
"American Opposition to Territorial Expansion, " ca. 1946 (expansion of doctoral dissertation). Typescript 1865-1895
Miscellaneous. "The Anti-Imperialist League". Unidentified holograph draft
Non-printed source material
General. Notes, speech transcript (Henry A. Wallace), State Department press release and newsletter, typescript (copy) of a report by John Patterson, "The United States and Hawaiian Reciprocity, " and the State Department, "United States Intervention in Mexican Presidential Politics, 1840-1930," 1867-1870 1932-1951
Notes (primarily from archival or private collections), n.d.
General. Index cards, SEE: OVERSIZE MATERIALS/Boxes 144-147
Bayard, Thomas F., Holograph 1886-1887.
Cleveland, Grover, Holograph 1884-1893.
Croffut, William A., Holograph 1899-1900.
Reid, Whitelaw, Typescript 1891-1892.
Schurz, Carl, Holograph 1869-1870.
Willis, Albert S., Typescript copies of letters to W.Q. Gresham 1894-1895.
Printed source materials. Clippings, reprints, newsletters, reproductions of newspaper illustrations, 1931-1956
Table of Contents and Preface
1. Background, 1776-1865
2. Anti-Expansionism in the Johnson Administration, 1865-1869
3. Resistance to President Grant's Projects, 1865-1871
4. Rise of the Anti-Expansionist Tradition, 1865-1880
5. Opposition to Expansion in the Pacific, 1869-1876
6. Campaign against Hawaiian Reciprocity, 1876-1888
7. The Challenge to Commercial Reciprocity and the New Canal Policy, 1880-1885
8. Anti-Expansionism and the Samoan Islands, 1877-1890
9. The Tradition Triumphant, 1889-1892
10. Anti-Expansionism and the Hawaiian Revolution, 1892-1894
11. Anti-Expansionism and Anti-Imperialism, 1894-1895
"Rise of the American Anti-Imperialist Tradition after " ca. 1946. Typescript article with correspondence 1865,
"Teachers Militant--The Battle for Academic Freedom in Argentina," Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors, Typescript draft, correspondence, and typescript copies of State Department memoranda, 1946 Winter. 1945-1949
"Elihu Root and International Arbitration," Arbitration Journal, Typescript draft and correspondence, 1947 Spring. 1943-1947
"Pathfinder of the Amazon," Virginia Quarterly Review, Typescript, correspondence and an excerpt from a biography of Matthew F. Maury, 1947 Autumn. 1888-1968
"Matthew Fontaine Maury's Letter of Instruction to William Lewis Herndon," Hispanic American Historical Review, Correspondence, typescript drafts and notes, including one holograph copy and one typescript copy of letters from M.F. Maury, 1948 May. 1850-1948
"Benjamin Harrison and the Presidential Campaign of 1892," American Historical Review, Reprint and correspondence, 1948 Oct. 1947-1949
"Crisis in the Cold War," Typescript and letter 1949.
"Roots of Revolution in Latin America," Foreign Affairs, Reprinted in Readings in Latin American Social Organization and Institutions, Olen E. Leonard and Charles P. Loomis (eds.), 1949 Jan. 1953.
General. Correspondence, citations (clippings), comments and source materials, 1948-1953
Review of Henry Luther Stnoteard, Presidential Sweepstakes: The Story of Political Conventions and Campaigns, American Historical Review, 1949 Jan.
"The Tariff on Books," Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Correspondence and typescript, 1949 June. 1948-1954
"New Directions in Latin America," 1950-1953
Article. Typescript, comments by State Department reviewers, and letters, ca. 1950
Speech. Program, correspondence, typescript and clippings, 1952-1953
"Truman's Emergency," Holographs 1950 Dec.
"Political Factors of Latin America," Typescript, letters, and earlier versions entitled "Lost Continent?" and "Our Policy Toward Latin America" ca. 1951.
"The Western Hemisphere," Major Problems of United States Foreign Policy, 1951-1952, Brookings Institute, Typescript and letter 1951.
Review of Samuel Flagg Bemis, John Quincy Adams and the Foundation of American Foreign Policy, Review of Inter-American Bibliography, Typescript draft and memoranda 1951 Jan.-March.
"Two Diplomatic Histories--An Appraisal," Review of Inter-American Bibliography, Reprint 1951 July-Dec.
Review of Jane Lucas de Grummond, Envoy to Caracas: The Story of John G.A. Williamson, Nineteenth-Century Diplomat, Pennsylvania History, Typescript draft, cards and memorandum 1951 Oct.
"America's New Foreign Policy," 1951 Dec.
General. Letters, including one to Senator Taft, flyer, clippings, press release, speech transcripts (Robert A. Taft), 1951-1954
Report by the Minority Policy Committee, "Comparative Views on Foreign Policy by National Leaders," Mimeograph report 1951 Jan.
Text (?) Extremely rough draft materials
"Memorandum on the Latin American Policy of the United States," Prepared for Rep. Lawrence H. Smith. Typescript, correspondence, and draft materials, 1952 Dec. 1952-1956
Review of G.T. Anderson, Yankees in Ferment, Correspondence and notes 1953.
"Memorandum for Mr. Louis Lawrence," (assistant to Senators Taft and Watkins; SEE ALSO: CORRESPONDENCE FILE/ Lawrence, Louis), Typescript commentary on H. Chr. Sonne, "Statement on Latin America" (typescript copy attached) 1953 April.
Review of Teodoro Alvarado Garaicoa, Sinopsis del Derecho Territorial Ecuatoriano, Guayaquil, 1952, American Journal of International Law, Typescript and memorandum 1953 Oct.
Review of Atilio Dell'Oro Maini, et al., La Conquista de America el Descubrimiento del Moderno Derecho Internacional: Estudios Sobre Las Ideas de Francisco de Vitoria, American Journal of International Law, Typescript and letters 1953 Oct.
Untitled, Relates to Latin America. Typescript with correspondence 1956.
"The Riddle of the Parties," Typescript with cover memorandum, clippings and pamphlets relating to 1952 and 1956 political conventions 1956 Summer.
Review of Eric F. Goldman, The Crucial Decade: America, 1945-1955, Chicago Sunday Tribune Magazine of Books, 1956 Aug. 19
"History and Centralism," ca. 1957. Typescript and letters, 1957-1958
"Lincoln's Rival at Gettysburg, 1863," 1957. Typescript and letters, 1957-1970
Review of J. Hampden Jackson, The World in the Postwar Decade 1945-1955, Chicago Sunday Tribune Magazine of Books, 1957 March 10
"The Right to Know," Newsletter of the Minute Women of the U.S.A., Inc. Printed article and letter 1957 Oct.-Nov.
"Caribbean Relations with Non-American Countries," The Caribbean: Contemporary International Relations, A.C. Wilgus (ed.), Materials from Conference on the Caribbean, University of Florida, 1957 Dec. Typescript and correspondence, 1957-1958. 1956-1957
"Highlights of Maryland History," Speech transcript 1957-1958.
"Benjamin Harrison, President of the United States," (Dr. Dozer wrote four chapters to complete a manuscript started by Albert T. Volwiler) ca. 1958.
Correspondence, Includes applications for funding support, correspondence with the Huntingdon Library (Allan Nevins) and limited correspondence with Arthur M. Schlesinger 1936-1975.
Research materials. Preliminary inventory of the A.T. Volwiler collection of Benjamin Harrison papers, miscellany, clipping, and a typed copy of a chapter from Edward Arthur White, The Republican Party in National Politics
Chapters (by Donald M. Dozer). Typescripts
11. Favorite Son of Indiana (includes Table of Contents)
12. Presidential Candidate
Review of Victor J. Fox, The Pentagon Case, Typescript 1958 June 27.
Untitled, Speech transcript relating to the American liberal tradition and The Pentagon Case 1958 June 27.
Review of Eric S. Thompson (ed.), Thomas Gage's Travels in the New World, Baltimore Sun, Clipping and letter 1958 Aug. 10.
"Our South American Neighbors--What Are the Areas of Tension?" Mimeographed speech transcript, drafts, letter and clipping 1958 Sept. 30 and 1960 March 28.
"Public Attitudes Affecting United States-Latin American Relations," 1959. Memoranda, draft outlines, letters, and an announcement of the project for the U.S. Senate, Foreign Relations Committee, Subcommittee on American Republic Affairs, 1958-1959
Are We Good Neighbors? Three Decades of Inter-American Relations, 1930-1960, University of Florida Press, Reprinted with a new introduction by Johnson Book Reprint Company, 1959. 1972 June
General, Primarily publishers (with some reviews), research inquiries and applications for funding 1945-1965.
Johnson Reprint Corp., 1969-1972
University of Florida Press
Rippy, J. Fred (primary reviewer), 1956-1960
Miscellaneous. Outlines, memoranda, and a fragment from a printed book
Promotional material, 1960-1972
Reviews, Includes correspondence with Frederic Nelson (Saturday Evening Post) 1960-1962.
General, Memoranda, charts, lists of dispatches, letters to the editor (by Carlos Urrutia-Aparicio) and a mimeographed exchange of letters between the governments of Mexico and Guatemala relating to a fishing incident 1946-1959.
Newsletters. State Department (News Digest) and Foreign Broadcast Information Service (Daily Report), 1950-1953
Press releases (primarily State Department), 1949-1958
Reports, Includes Maurice Halperin, "Latin America in 1951," Jorge del Canto, "Economic Development and Financial Institutions in Chile," Juan Edgar Picado Trejos and Rodrigo Soley Carrasco, "Legal Measures to Guarantee Reimbursement of the Principal and Income on Foreign Investments in the American Countries," H. Harry Szmant, "The Latin American Nasser," and the State Department (?), "Pan Americanism and the Good Neighbor Policy," (preliminary draft) 1946-1958.
Speech transcripts, Includes John Foster Dulles, Dwight Eisenhower, Juscelino Kubitschek, Spruille Braden, Jose Maria Lemus, Miguel Ydigoras Fuentes, Arturo Frondizi and other State Dept. and Latin American officials 1945-1959.
General. Pamphlets, printed article, newsletters, serial issues, clippings, reports, speech transcript, 1945-1948
Articles (translated from Latin American sources), 1939-1949
1939 May-1944 Dec.
1945 Jan-1949 March
Foreword and Preface. Includes Introduction from reprinted version
1. Caliban Transfigured
2. Hemispheric Isolation
3. On the Brink of War
4. Partners in Wartime
5. "Yanqui" Traits
6. Weakening Partnership
7. Illusion and Disillusion
8. New Directions in Latin America
9. Reaction to the Cold War
10. Charting the Future
"Benjamin Harrison," Encyclopaedia Britannica, Typescript, printed copy and correspondence 1959.
Review of Gilberto Freyre, New World in the Tropics: The Culture of Modern Brazil, Baltimore Sun, Printed copy 1959 March 1.
Review of Edward Tomlinson, Look Southward, Uncle: A New Look at the Other 175,000,000 Americans, Baltimore Sun, Printed copy 1959 July 12.
"Caribbean Crisis," ca. 1960. Two typescript drafts and letters, 1960-1961
"The Dilemma of Our Time," Speech for UCSB History Department Lecture Series. Transcript, correspondence and clippings 1960 Feb.
Voice of America Broadcast, Holograph relating to Latin American relations 1960 March 29.
"Pan Americanism from the Latin American Point of View," Mimeographed speech transcript and clipping 1960 April 15.
"A Forward-Looking Foreign Policy," Typescript and clipping 1960 June.
Untitled, Address to the Daughters of the American Revolution. Transcript of speech relating to American liberal and constitutional tradition, with letter 1960 Sept.
Untitled, Speech at San Marcos Jr. High School. Transcript, clipping, correspondence with UCSB officials, 1960 Oct. 1960-1961
Review of Richard N. Adams and Charles C. Cumberland, United States University Cooperation in Latin America, Pacific Historical Review, Reprint and letters 1960 Nov.
Untitled, Speeches given in Santa Barbara to visiting Brazilians. Typescripts (E)(P) (apparently two separate speeches), clippings, letters and miscellany 1960 Nov.
"The United States and Latin America--Our Political Relations and the Organization of American States," Transcript of speech given at the Institute of World Affairs meeting, with program and correspondence 1960 Dec.
Review of Robert F. Smith, The United States and Cuba: Business and Diplomacy, 1917-1960, ca. 1961. Typescript and letters, 1961-1962
Review of William Benton, The Voice of Latin America, ca. 1961. Typescript with letter, 1961-1962
Review of E. Lieuwen, Arms and Politics in Latin America, Typescript ca. 1961.
"Mary Lord Harrison" and "Caroline Scott Harrison," Notable American Women, 1607-1950, 1961. Typescripts, notes, clippings, correspondence, and miscellany, 1892-1961
"America's New Nationalism," Typescript and correspondence with Frederic Nelson 1961.
"Argentine Antecedents of Peronismo," Rough draft, notes, and letters 1961.
Review of Aubert J. Clark, The Movement for International Copyright in Nineteenth Century America, American Historical Review, Printed copy 1961 April.
"Did the Sanctions Against Trujillo Help the U.S.A.?" Saturday Evening Post, Correspondence, including Frederic Nelson, clipping, typescript draft and printed copies 1961 April 1.
Review of chapters for Illustrated World History (E. Wright and K.M. Stampp, eds.), McGraw-Hill, 1962. Correspondence and mimeographed outline of proposed volume, 1962-1963
Review of Bryce Wood, The Making of the Good Neighbor Policy, Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Reprint and letters 1962 March.
Untitled, Speech presented to UCSB History Department meeting. Holograph and letters 1962 April.
Latin America: An Interpretive History, Published in a Portuguese edition, 1967; second edition published in 1980 by the University of Arizona, Center for Latin American Studies 1962.
General, Primarily research inquiries, requests for permission to use photographs and previously-published materials. Includes letters from the Nicaraguan Ambassador and the Embassies of Haiti and the Dominican Republic 1960-1980.
University of Arizona, Center for Latin American Studies, 1979-1980
Miscellaneous. Notes, statement of purpose, citations
Promotional material. Clippings, flyers and other miscellany
First edition. Galley proofs
Preface, Bibliographical Note, Table of Contents
1. Latin America in Perspective
2. New World, New Horizons
3. Southward the Course of Empire
4. The Foreign Challenge
5. The Structure of Imperial Government
6. Indian and African
7. Ways of Life
8. Apogee of Centralism
9. Twilight of Empire
10. The Winning of Independence
11. Organizing New Nations
12. Emerging Governments in Southern South America
13. Defending their Nationality
14. Constitutionalism versus Personalism
15. The Struggle for Liberalismm
16. The Triumph of Republicanism in Brazil
17. The Consolidation of Liberalism
18. Conservative Reaction
19. Latin America and the Imperialism of the United States
20. The New Liberalism
21. New International Complications
22. Limitations of Liberalism in the Twentieth Century
23. Social Democracy versus National Socialism
24. War and Postwar Problems
25. Latin America in the Contemporary World
Revised edition (not published)
Preface and Bibliographical Note (revised)
Chapters 1-11 (revised)
Chapters 12-14 (revised)
25. Quest for Social Justice (new chapter)
26. The Shibboleth of Development (new chapter)
27. National and International Politics (new chapter)
"Thomas Jefferson and the Making of the Constitution," Speech transcript and letters, 1963 Jan. 3. 1962-1963
Review of Robert J. Alexander, Today's Latin America, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Mimeographed article and letters, 1963 Dec. 1962-1963
Review of C.N. Ronning, Law and Politics in American Diplomacy, Typescript and letter, 1964 May. 1963-1964
"The Problem of Recognition Historically Considered," 1964 Oct. 24. Paper presented at Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, San Diego State University; subsequently published as "Recognition in Contemporary Inter-American Relations," Journal of Inter-American Studies, 1966 April
Speech transcript and correspondence, Relates primarily to the organization of the conference and includes typescript of Paul E. Hadley, "Multilateral Recognition Policies in the Inter-American System" 1963-1964.
Draft article and correspondence, Includes reviews, press release, and clippings 1964-1966.
"New Horizons for the United States in World Affairs," Graduate Institute for World Affairs, Fourth Annual Conference, Ohio State University. Includes agenda, correspondence, a mimeographed copy of John J. Johnson, "Independencia and the Future of United States-Latin American Relations," and a typescript of Dr. Dozer's presentation of a commentary on this report 1964 Nov.
Untitled, Transcript of a commencement address and clipping 1964 Dec. 18.
"Our Canal in Panama," Typescript and letters 1964-1965.
"The Interoceanic Canal Problem in the Americas," and "The Contemporary Significance of the Monroe Doctrine," Latin America: Politics, Economics and Hemispheric Security, Norman A. Bailey (ed.), Report of the Center for Strategic Studies conference on The Stategic Importance of Latin America, 1964 July 17-21 (SEE ALSO: LATIN AMERICAN SUBJECT FILE/General/Inter-American Relations/United States/General/Center for Strategic Studies Colloquium) 1964-1965.
General. Mimeographed and printed copies, press release, review, clippings, schedule and miscellaneous materials for a Georgetown University Forum radio broadcast
Correspondence, Includes a review of this book done by Dr. Dozer for the Lilly Endowment, Inc. (Kenneth Templeton), in conjunction with a review of another book, Joseph W. Reidy, Strategy for the Americas, which is included here 1961-1967.
Texts. Mimeographed and printed copies
The Monroe Doctrine: Its Modern Significance, Revised edition printed by the University of Arizona Press, 1965. 1976
General. Primarily requests to reprint and research inquiries
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.
Hanke, Lewis (series editor)
University of Arizona, Center for Latin American Studies
Reviews and promotional material, 1965-1967
Source material, 1823-1971
General. Pamphlets, flyer, form letter, notes, newsletter
Articles. Mimeographed copies of clippings, book excerpts, and serial articles from Latin American, United States, and Russian sources
Statements. United States and Latin American government officials
Introduction (to revised edition). Also includes proof fragments and miscellany
Chapters. Mimeographed copies of articles included in the subsequently compilation
1. Roque Saenz Pena, "A Doctrine of Intervention"
2. Manuel de la Plaza, "A Spanish View"
3. Carlos Pereyra, "The Three Monroe Doctrines"
5. Jose Ingenieros, "Need for a Pan-American Union
7. Baltasar Brun, "A Defensive Alliance for the Americas"
10. Simon Planas-Suarez, "An All-American Doctrine"
12. J. Reuben Clark, "Memorandum on the Monroe Doctrine"
15. Charles G. Fenwick, "Canada and the Monroe Doctrine"
17. Dexter Perkins, "The Monroe Doctrine in World War II"
18. Carlos Saavedra Lamas, "Economic Monroeism"
21. Danton Jobim, "An International Agreement"
23. Simon Planas-Suarez, "The Monroe Doctrine and Pan-americanism"
26. Basil Dmytryshyn and Jesse L. Gilmore, "The Monroe Doctrine: A Soviet View"
"Socialist Revolution in Latin America," Trouble Abroad, Correspondence, clippings, typescript draft 1965.
Review of John J. Johnson (Ed.), Continuity and Change in Latin America, Inter-American Review of Bibliography, Printed article and correspondence 1965.
Television broadcast in Spanish (Peru), Typed transcript relating to economic development 1965 July 14.
"Abandonment of Panama Canal Would Solve No Problem," Human Events, Printed article, letters 1965 Oct. 7.
"History as Force," Pacific Historical Review, Also given as a speech in Buenos Aires, 1971, and reprinted by the Institute for Humane Studies, 1978. Printed article, transcript (S), pamphlet, including an earlier draft; also correspondence and clippings 1965 Nov.
"Panama Canal Seen Red Strategic Aim," Printed copy, clippings, letter 1966 June.
"The New Liberalism: Its Evolution and Characteristics," Speech transcript 1966 June.
Review of John D. Martz, Accion Democratica: Evolution of a Modern Political Party in Venezuela, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Typescript and letters 1966 Sept.
"The Radical Right," Speech transcript, program and clippings 1966 Nov.
"History of Inter-American Relations," Correspondence course prepared for the University of California, Berkeley, Extension ca. 1967.
Text. Mimeographed copy
"International Conferences of the Organization of American States," Compiled by Donald Dozer and Robert W. Righter. Typescript ca. 1967.
Correspondence. Includes Dante B. Fascell, the Organization of American States (William Sanders and others), and Arnaldo T. Musich (Argentine Ambassador to U.S.), 1960-1976
Grant application, 1975-1976
Introduction and Table of Contents
Inter-American Conference on Conservation of Renewable Natural Resources, 1948 Sept. 7-20
Third Inter-American Travel Congress, 1949 Feb. 15-24
American Committee on Dependent Territories, 1949 March 15-July 21
Fourth Inter-American Radio Conference, 1949 April 25-July 19
Second Inter-American Indian Conference, 1949 June 24-July 4
Special Assembly of the Inter-American Commission of Women, 1949 Aug. 8-24
Second Inter-American Statistical Congress, 1950 Jan. 16-27
First Inter-American Council of Jurists, 1950 May 22-June 15
Thirteenth Pan American Sanitary Organization, 1950 Oct. 1-10
Pan American Institute of Geography and History, 1950 Oct. 16-27
Fourth Inter-American Conference on Agriculture, 1950 Dec. 1-12
Fourth Meeting of Consultation of Minutes of Foreign Affairs, 1951 March 26-April 7
Inter-American Commission of Women, 1951 May 31-June 16
First Inter-American Cultural Council, 1951 Sept. 10-25
Fifth Pan American Highway Congress, 1951 Oct. 7-15
Fourth Inter-American Travel Congress, 1952 April 12-20
Eighth Assembly of the Inter-American Commission of Women, 1952 July 23-Aug. 8
Third Pan American Consultation on Geography, 1952 July 25-Aug. 4
Special Pan American Highway Congress, 1952 Oct. 26-Nov. 1
Second Inter-American Council of Jurists, 1953 April 20-May 9
Ninth Inter-American Commission of Women, 1953 Sept. 7-23
Fifth Inter-American Travel Congress, 1954 June 12-19
Sixth Pan-American Highway Conference, 1954 July 11-23
Third Inter-American Indian Conference, 1954 Aug 2-12
Fourteenth Pan American Sanitary Conference, 1954 Oct. 17-22
Tenth Pan America Child Congress, 1955 Feb. 6-12
Tenth Inter-American Commission of Women, 1955 May 29-June 16
Third Meeting of the Inter-American Council of Jurists, 1956 Jan. 17-Feb. 4
Specialized Conference on "Conservation of Natural Resources: The Continental Shelf and Marine Waters," 1956 March 15-28
Sixth Inter-American Travel Conference, 1956 April 14-21
Inter-American Port and Harbor Conference, 1956 April 25-May 3
Second Inter-American Meeting of Ministers of Education, 1956 May 3-9
The Second Meeting of the Inter-American Cultural Council, 1956 May 3-12
Eleventh Assembly of the Inter-American Commission of Women, 1956 June 2-21
Twelfth Assembly of the Inter-American Commission of Women, 1957 June 1-18
Seventh Pan American Highway Congress, 1957 Aug. 1-10
Economic Conference of the Organization of American States, 1957 Aug. 15-Sept. 4
Fifteenth Pan American Sanitary Conference, 1958 Sept 21-Oct. 3
Seventh Inter-American Travel Congress, 1958 Dec. 9-17
Thirteeth Assembly of the Inter-American Commission of Women, 1959 June 1-18
Fifth Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, 1959 Aug. 12-18
Fourth Meeting of the Inter-American Council of Jurists, 1959 Aug. 24-Sept. 9
First Meeting of the Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission, 1959 Oct. 20-24
Third Meeting of the Inter-American Cultural Council, 1959 Nov. 22-Dec. 2
Eighth Pan American Highway Congress, 1960 May 20-29
Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission, 1960 July 11-15
Fifth Inter-American Conference on Agriculture, 1960 Aug. 8-20
Sixth Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, 1960 Aug. 16-21
Seventh Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, 1960 Aug. 22-29
Special Assembly of the Inter-American Commission of Women, 1961 April 17-23
Third Meeting of the Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission, 1961 May 9-13
Special Meeting of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council at the Ministerial Level, 1961 Aug. 5-17
Special Meeting of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council at the Expert Level, 1961 Nov. 29-Dec. 9
Eighth Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, 1962 Jan. 22-31
Fourth Meeting of the Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission, 1962 April 3-6
Sixteenth Pan American Sanitary Conference, 1962 Aug. 21-Sept. 3
Eighth Inter-American Travel Congress, 1962 Sept. 19-28
First Annual Meeting of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council at the Ministerial Level, 1962 Oct. 22-27
Fourth Inter-American Statistical Conference, 1962 Nov. 5-16
Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labor on the Alliance for Progress, 1963 May 5-11
Ninth Pan American Highway Congress, 1963 May 6-18
Third Special Assembly of the Inter-American Commission of Women, 1963 May 21-31
Second Inter-American Port and Harbor Conference, 1963 May 29-June 7
Special Meeting of the Inter-American Cultural Council at the Ministerial Level, 1963 Aug. 4-10
Third Inter-American Meeting of Ministers of Education, 1963 Aug. 4-10
Second Annual Meeting of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council at the Expert Level, 1963 Oct. 19-Nov. 9
Second Annual Meeting of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council at the Ministerial Level, 1963 Nov. 11-16
Fifth Meeting of the Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission, 1964 March 3-7
Ninth Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, 1964 July 21-26
Third Annual Meeting of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council at the Expert Level, 1964 Nov. 30-Dec. 4
Third Annual Meeting of the Inter-American Economic and Social Council at the Ministerial Level, 1964 Dec. 5-11
First Special Inter-American Conference, 1964 Dec. 16-18
Ninth Inter-American Travel Congress, 1965 July 28-Aug. 3
Second Special Inter-American Conference, 1965 Nov. 17-30
Second Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labor on the Alliance for Progress, 1966 May 7-14
Fourth Special Assembly of the Inter-American Commission of Women, 1966 May 24-31
"U.S.-Panama Negotiations," Typescript 1967 Jan.
"Institute of World Affairs," Speech transcript for a meeting (?) 1967 Feb. 24.
Panama Canal Issues and Treaty Talks, Center for Strategic Studies, Georgetown University, Dr. Dozer worked extensively on the history section, proposed major revisions during the drafting process, and finally prepared the minority report in collaboration with Vice-Admiral T.G.W. Settle 1967 March.
Miscellaneous. Expense reports, clippings, press release, list of participants
DuVal, Miles. Typescript and mimeographed reports
Draft #1 Mimeographed copies with notes (1966 Oct. 21).
Draft #2 Mimeographed copy (1966 Dec. 2).
Draft #2a Typescript/holograph reworking of draft #2 by Dr. Dozer (1966 Dec. 24).
Draft #3 Mimeographed copy (Dec. 31).
Draft #4 Mimeographed copy (Jan. 30).
Minority report. Typescript draft, other fragmentary draft materials, and commentary on the report
"Will the U.S. Senate Save the Panama Canal?" Human Events, Printed article and letters 1967 Aug. 26.
"Questions for Senator Thurmond," Typescript 1967 Sept.
"Panama: The Troubled Canal," Georgetown University Forum radio broadcast of panel discussion. Correspondence, clippings, miscellany, press releases 1967 Sept.-Oct.
"The Way Out of Our Treaty Fiasco with Panama," Human Events, Correspondence only (related to following article?) 1967 Oct. 28.
"Panama Treaty Fiasco Produces International Complications," Two typescript drafts and letters, 1967 Nov. 1967-1968
Review of S.G. Inman, Inter-American Conferences, 1826-1954: History and Problems, Inter-American Review of Bibliography, Typescript and letter 1967 Oct.-Dec.
"Liberalism and Conservatism," Speech transcript ca. 1968.
Review of H. Bernstein, Latin American History: 1870-1970, 1968. Typescript and correspondence, 1968-1970
"Treaty Commitments and Panama Canal," Chicago Tribune, Printed copy and letter 1968 Oct. 6.
"The United States is Obligated to Keep Panama Canal," Chicago Tribune, Clipping and correspondence (George Morgenstern), 1968 Oct. 13. 1967-1969
"The Deviant University," University Bookman, Autumn; also given as a speech in Buenos Aires, 1971. Transcript (S), printed copies, correspondence with Vernon I. Cheadle and others, and clippings 1969
"Memorandum for Strom Thurmond," Relates to United States-Latin American relations. Typescript 1969 Sept. 27.
"Drugs and the Law," The Freeman, Serial issue, flyer, correspondence, including the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), 1970 March. 1969-1970
"The Student, the Curriculum and Society," Transcript of presentation at University of California, San Diego extension course, "Conservative and Traditional Views on Contemporary Issues". Speech transcript, program and correspondence 1970 May 21.
"Will Nixon Give Up Control of Panama Canal?" Human Events, Printed article 1970 July 11.
Presentation to the University of California Board of Regents, Committee on Educational Policy, Mimeographed transcript. SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/Education/University of California/Correspondence 1970 July 16.
"The Panama Canal Problem," Presentation at the Institute of World Affairs meeting, San Diego State University. Typescript draft, clipping, program, and correspondence 1970 Aug. 20.
"The Meaning of Revolution in Argentine History and United States History," Speech transcripts (E)(S) ca. 1971.
"Right On--Up with Higher Education!" University Bookman, 1971 Autumn. Serial issue, printed copy, promotional material and correspondence, including Charles Teague, FEE, Vernon I. Cheadle, and a holograph note from Jody Powell, 1969-1977
"What Does the American Revolution Mean Today?" ca. 1972. Very rough typescript draft, correspondence and a clipping, 1972-1976
"The Challenge to Pan-Americanism," Alberdi-Sarmiento Award lecture, Published by the Center for Latin American Studies, Arizona State University Press 1972 May.
Correspondence, including Ronald Reagan, the State Department, Barry Goldwater, Michael K. Deaver and Alberto Gainza Paz
Text. Drafts, transcript (S), pamphlet, printed article
"The Educational Dilemma," The Freeman, Serial issue and letter, 1972 June. 1972-1973
Review of O. Ealy, Yanqui Politics and the Isthmian Canal, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Typescript and card 1972 Nov.
"Treaty Commitments and Panama Canal," Revista Interamericana Review, Reprint Fall 1972.
"The Panama Canal: A Study in Sovereignty," Human Events, Printed article and letters 1972 Nov. 4.
Radio broadcasts, Santa Barbara, Typescript and holograph transcripts and letters 1972-1973.
"Contemporary South America: New Perspectives on a Third-World Continent," Designed as a companion volume to "The Challenge of Our Latin American Policy" ca. 1973.
General. Reviews and correspondence, including Alfred A. Knopf and the Relm Foundation (Kenneth Templeton), 1963-1980
Table of Contents and Forward (several versions)
1. A New Democracy? - Venezuela
2. Social Conflict - Colombia
3. Mirror of Tradition - Ecuador
4. Rich Man, Poor Man - Peru
5. Proletarian Dictatorship? - Bolivia
6. "Revolution in Liberty?" - Chile
7. La Plata Paradox - Argentina
Draft A (with comments by Alberto Benegas Lynch)
Draft B (later version?)
8. Never-Never Lands - Uruguay and Paraguay
9. Bossa Nova - Brazil
Draft A (with comments)
Draft B (later version?)
10. A Continent in Perspective
"Two Hundred Years Ago in Colonial America," Typescript, short drafts and clipping ca. 1973.
"The Premises of Freedom," The Freeman, Serial issue and letters from FEE (1972-1973) 1973 Jan.
Review of Joseph A. Ellis, Latin America: Its People and Institutions, Hispanic American Historical Review, Photocopy and letter 1973 Feb.
"The Canal Zone Could Become Our 51st State," Human Events, 1973 March 24, Letter to the editor, Arizona Republic, 1974, and speech/lecture. Printed articles, transcripts, letters (1973-1974)
"The Negativism of Positivism in Latin America," Presentation at the 21st Conference of the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies. Two drafts (one with comments by Manuel Machado), letters, conference program, 1973 April. 1972-1973
"The United States and the Panama Canal," Human Events, Printed article and letter 1973 April 28.
Review of Sakari Sariola, Power and Resistance: The Colonial Heritage in Latin America, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Typescript and cover letter 1973 July.
Speech given at class reunion, Transcript, letters and miscellany 1973 July.
"Panama Pressures United States," Latin American Digest, Serial issue 1973 Nov.
Review of R. Fagen and W. Tuohy, Politics and Privilege in a Mexican City, Typescript and card 1973.
"The Good Old Central Ideas of the Republic," Article developed from chapter in "History Takes a Holiday" entitled "Accent on America". Typescript drafts and letters ca. 1974.
"The Semantics of Liberalism," (Evolved from "History Takes a Holiday," Chapter VI: "Liberalism Old and New") ca. 1974.
General. Correspondence, 1974-1975
Table of Contents
1. The Semantics of Liberalism
NOTE: Chapters 2-4 printed elsewhere. SEE: "History as Force," "The Deviant University," and "The New 'New America'," 1965; 1969; 1977
5. Failure of Collectivism
6. The Premises of Freedom
"The Common Law versus the Civil Law in Inter-American Relations," 1974. Presentation at the Symposium on the Inter-relations of Culture, Technology and Development in Latin America, University of Nebraska, 1974 April
General. Correspondence and conference materials, 1973-1979
Text. Typescript and short related typescript (abstract?)
Review of J. Cotler and R. Fagen (eds.), Latin America and the United States: The Changing Political Realities, Typescript and letters 1974.
Review of Larry D. Hill, Emissaries to a Revolution: Woodrow Wilson's Executive Agents in Mexico, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Typescript and cards 1974.
"Positivism as a Social Force in Latin America," Speech given at the Instituto Mexicano Norteamericano de Relaciones Culturales, A.C. and at the Universidad de las Americas 1974 Aug.
General. Announcements, flyers, clippings and correspondence, including Gustavo R. Velasco (with two mimeographed reports enclosed), 1969-1974
"Educational Humbuggery," University Bookman, reprinted Serial issues and correspondence, 1974 Autumn; 1977 Winter. 1973-1975
"International Rights in the Panama Canal," Draft and letters 1975.
"Economic Interdependence of the Americas," Presentation to the American Council on World Freedom Inter-American Conference on Freedom and Security. Mimeographed typescript, conference materials (including transcripts of speeches by Enrique Urrutia, Ku Cheng-kang and Strom Thurmond) and background materials (pamphlets, newsletters, reprints). Relates largely to the Panama Canal and Chile 1975 Sept.
"The United States: A Historical Profile," NOTE: In the early 1960's, Dr. Dozer wrote a manuscript entitled "History Takes a Holiday," in which he combined two major themes. His academic interest in liberalism as a political philosophy, particularly in America, was integrated with a description of his personal experiences in the State Department. These topics were separated subsequently (late 1960's, early 1970's) to produce "The United States: A Historical Profile," and "What the State Department Won't Tell You". The latter was then integrated (late 1960's) into the manuscript that would become "Watergate Prelude" ca. 1976.
General. Correspondence, 1965-1971
Table of Contents
1. Blueprint for a Great Society
2. Use and Abuse of Power
3. Triumph of Power
4. Might Makes Right
5. Cycles of Liberalism
6. New Deal, Old Deal
7. High Noon of Centralism and Chapter 8 (?): Retreat from Constitutionalism
Portrait of the Free State: A History of Maryland, Tidewater Publishers, 1976
Cornell Maritime Press, Inc.
Maryland Bicentennial Commission
Maryland Historical Society
Miscellaneous. Promotional material, clippings, reviews, notes
Study guide. Classroom aid at the university level, designed to accompany the book
Table of Contents and Introduction
1. Where and Who?
2. Preparations for a New Colony
3. The Founding
5. Impact of the English Civil War
6. Maryland Under the Commonwealth
7. Domestic Problems and Boundary Controversies
8. A New Proprietor
9. A Royal Province
10. Political Crosscurrents
11. Tidewater and Westward Expansion
12. An Uncooperative Colony
13. War for Independence
14. Maryland Under the Articles of Confederation
15. A State in the New Union
16. Religious and Cultural Happenings
17. The Star-Spangled War
18. Jacksonian Democracy in Maryland
19. New Ventures in Transportation
20. Financial and Constitutional Crises
21. Prelude to Civil Conflict
22. The Brother's War
23. A Painful Reconciliation
24. Economic Growth
25. The Seesaw of Politics
26. Education and Recreation
27. Maryland in World War II
28. The Free State in the Bicentennial Year
29. Trends into the Future
"Henry Herschel Brickell," Dictionary of American Biography, 1976. Typescript draft, correspondence, source material, 1952-1976
"Panama Canal Series," 1976. Emergency Committee to Save the United States Canal Zone. Series of pamphlets (Nos. 1-6)
"Problems of Our Isthmian Canal," United States Policy Toward Latin America: Antecedents and Alternatives, Lewis A. Tambs, Ed. Center for Latin American Studies, Arizona State University and the American Graduate School of International Management, 1976. Proceedings of conference of the Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, Drafts, letters, conference materials, 1975 Dec. 1975-1976
"Panama Canal in Danger," Emergency Committee to Save the United States Canal Zone, Several printed versions and letter, 1976 March. 1976-1977
"Canal Owned by U.S.-Not Leased," Universitas. Newsletter 1976 May.
Review of Edward E. Ericson, Jr., Radicals in the University, University Bookman, Serial issue and correspondence 1976 Autumn.
Universidad Francisco Marroquin lecture series (Guatemala), Correspondence, clippings, schedule 1976 Nov.
"The Challenge of Our Latin American Policy," NOTE: Intended to complement the earlier manuscript "Contemporary South America," earlier drafts of this manuscript were divided to form two. "The Challenge of Our Latin American Policy" focused on economic and political factors in inter-American relations, with particular emphasis on the Alliance for Progress, and the other unpublished work, "The State of Greater America," dealt primarily with psychological and cultural factors 1976.
General, Includes clippings and reviews and materials relating to the 1968 Dec. meeting of the Philadelphia Society, where Dr. Dozer presented material from this manuscript 1961-1978.
Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. (Angus Cameron) 1966-1969
Relm Foundation (Richard Ware), Includes a copy of the research proposal entitled, "Study of United States Foreign Policy in Latin America" 1962-1977.
Volker Foundation, Letters, notes, and proposal 1961-1962.
Table of Contents and Preface
1. The Alliance for Progress: Its Purpose and Plan
2. Policy in Operation
3. The Era of Public Planning
4. March toward Statism
5. Balance Sheet of the Alliance for Progress
6. Pronunciamientos for Change
7. Progress toward Economic Cooperation
8. The Latin American Policy of the Nixon Administration Note: This chapter was removed for inclusion in a later manuscript. SEE: "Symbiosis of Greater America: A History of Inter-American Relations," /Chapter 28 ca. 1980
9. Policy for a New Day
"The State of Greater America," 1976-1977
General. Correspondence, including reviews, 1972-1974
Table of Contents, Preface and Acknowledgments
1. Popular Stereotypes North and South
2. The Latin American Way
3. Positivism as an Inter-American Force
4. The Common Law versus the Civil Law in Inter-American Relation
5. Politics of Control
6. The State of Greater America
"Secretary Kissinger Commits Ultra Vires Act," Typescript 1977 Jan. 11.
Memorandum to Zbigniew Brzezinski, Relates to the Panama Canal. Mimeographed copy 1977 Feb.
"Expert Views Canal Capers as Legally Valid," Spotlight, Reprint 1977 March 28.
"State Department Wages War Against the American People," Typescript 1977 April 21.
Letter to the Editor, National Observer, Printed copy 1977 May 9.
Statement before the U.S. Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Separation of Powers, Letters, abstract, and several printed and draft versions: the testimony transcript was modified for an Emergency Committee to Save the Panama Canal mailing, and this version was also submitted for publication as an article 1977 July 29.
"State Department Determined to Give Away Panama Canal," Human Events, Article and reprint 1977 Aug. 13.
Statement before the U.S. Senate, Committee on Foreign Relations, Typescript and letter 1977 Oct. 11.
"The New 'New America'," Modern Age, Chapter from "The Semantics of Liberalism" published separately. Typescript and correspondence 1977 Winter.
"International Rights in the United States Isthmian Canal," Journal of International Relations, Typescript and letters 1977 Winter.
"The Politics of Appeasement: A Case Study of the Panama Canal Treaties," ca. 1978
General. Correspondence, 1977-1980
Table of Contents and Preface
1. The Panama Canal in Global Policy
2. Status of the United States in the Canal Zone
3. The Appeasers
4. International Rights in the Canal
5. The Carter-Torrijos Draft Treaties
6. Insurrection Against Constitutional Government
7. 'A Killer Issue'
8. The Power of Congress
Bibliography and Appendices
Review of M.J. Francis, The Limits of Hegemony: United States Relations with Argentina and Chile during World War II, Typescript 1978.
The Panama Canal in Perspective, Council on American Affairs, Promotional material, letter, miscellaneous 1978.
Review of Denison Kitchel, The Truth About the Panama Canal, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Holograph drafts and cover letter 1978.
Review of David McCullough, The Path Between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal, 1870-1914, and Wayne D. Bray, The Common Law Zone in Panama: A Case Study in Reception, Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Notes, typescript, cards 1978 March.
"You Can Help Save the Canal But Time's Running Out," Spotlight, Mimeographed copy of article 1979 Feb. 19.
Review of Truman R. Clark, Puerto Rico and the United States, The Americas, Serial issue and letter, 1979, July. 1978-1979
"Symbiosis of Greater America: A History of Inter-American Relations," This manuscript is a synthesis of two earlier manuscripts: "The Challenge of Our Latin American Policy," and "The State of Greater America". ca. 1980.
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Applications and letters 1967-1973.
University of California, Santa Barbara, Forms and letters 1978-1980.
Miscellaneous. Fragments and charts
Table of Contents and Preface
1. Beginnings of Inter-American Relations
2. Emergence of the United States of America
3. Definition of United States Boundaries
4. American Interaction for Independence
5. The United States, Precedent Maker
6. The Monroe Doctrine
7. Early Attempts at Pan-American Cooperation
8. Basic Boundary Agreements in South America
9. Borderland Rivalries in Northern South America
10. United States-Mexican Relations
11. Boundary Limits in Middle and North America
12. Expanding Cultural Dimensions
13. Transportation and Communication
14. Organization of Greater America
15. [Early Threats to Pan-Americanism]
16. A Isthmian Canal
17. United States Imperialism
18. Inter-American Boundary Problems since South America 1890:
19. Inter-American Boundary Problems since Middle America 1890:
20. The United States and its Neighbors in the Twentieth Century
21. The Good Neighbor Era
22. Greater America and World War II
23. Challenge of International Communism
24. Economic Pan Americanism
25. Alliance for Progress
26. Alliance for Progress in Operation
27. Broadening Inter-American Horizons
28. The Politics of Control
29. The Common Law Versus the Civil Law
30. Positivism as an Inter-American Force
31. The State of Greater America
32. The Prospects for Inter-American Cooperation
U.S. GOVERNMENT SERVICE FILE, 1937-1973
General. Dozer personnel material, excluding that which relates to his dismissal (SEE: U.S. GOVERNMENT SERVICE FILE-B/Dozer, Donald M./Personnel material)
General, Regulations, legal brief, notes 1946-1955.
Applications, Includes statements and job descriptions 1937-1956.
Correspondence and memoranda, Includes correspondence with former employees relating to conditions within the State Department 1937-1958.
Miscellaneous forms, Position description and personnel action forms 1944-1956.
Performance evaluations, 1944-1952
Office of Strategic Services, Division of Special Information, Latin American Section, Research and Analysis Branch
Memoranda, Primarily requests for information from other government agencies 1941 Oct.-1943 Feb.
General, Relates to Latin American-international relations, specifically Latin American attitudes toward World War II and the Axis. Short typescripts and holographs ca. 1942.
A.I.C. reports (analyses of Latin American newspaper articles), Relates primarily to Puerto Rico, but also includes Venezuela, Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Typescripts and holographs 1942-1943.
"Personalities and Conditions in the Dominican Republic," Typescript summary of interview with Dr. J.I. Jimenes Guillon 1942 Nov. 6.
"The Trujillo Regime in the Dominican Republic," Typescript summary of interview with Avra M. Warren, American Minister to the Dominican Republic 1942 Dec. 3.
"Present Political Conditions in Venezuela," 1942 Dec. 15. Typescript summary of interview with Juan Oropesa (writer for Caracas newspaper Ahora)
Miscellaneous. Printed and non-printed background material, 1940-1942
"Short Guide to Cuba," Typescript, apparently intended for briefing military or other personnel n.d.
"Short Guide to Haiti," Draft consisting of both typescript and holograph sections n.d.
"Elements of Insecurity in Colombia," Typescript report 1941 Oct. 21.
"Present Political Insecurities in Panama," Also includes follow-up report entitled, "Special Sitation Report--Panama". Typescripts with cover memorandum 1941 Oct.-Nov.
"Elements of Insecurity in Venezuela," Typescript drafts and memoranda 1941 Nov. 12.
"The Union Nacional Sinarquista of Mexico," Memorandum of interview, mimeographed OSS reports, pamphlets distributed by the Union Nacional Sinarquista, notes and a typescript report, 1941 Dec. 1941-1943
"Laxity in Enforcement of Surveillance Measures by the Dominican Government," Typescript report 1942 March 5.
"Strategic Significance of Food Shortages in the Caribbean," (Report #36). Typescript with cover memorandum 1942 July 10
"Existing Mechanisms for Handling the Caribbean Food Problem," 1942-1943
General. Memoranda, letters, including typescript copy of a letter from President Roosevelt to Sumner Welles, reports, statistical charts and bulletins, notes, press release, and a pamphlet
(Report #44). Typescript with cover memorandum 1942 Oct. 10
(Report #95). Typescript with editor's marks 1942 Nov. 19
(Report #114). Mimeographed final copy 1943 Feb. 10
"Current Religious Difficulties in Haiti," Typescript with cover memorandum 1942 March 3.
"Pro-Democratic Labor Activity in Colombia," Typescript with cover memorandum 1942 March 4.
"The Presidential Campaign in Colombia," Typescript with cover memorandum 1942 March 28.
"Present Anti-Democratic Forces in Cuba," Typescript with cover memorandum 1942 June 3.
"Crisis in the Cuban Government," Typescript with cover memorandum 1942 Aug. 7.
"Short Guide to the Dominican Republic," Typescript draft with cover memorandum 1942 Sept. 23.
"The Dominican Republic in Hemispheric Security," Typescript outline 1942 Nov.
Administration (Became Foreign Economic Administration 1943 Sept.)
General, Chart, statement, personnel assignments, budgets 1943-1944.
Food programs. Pamphlet, reprints, statements, charts, reports (Soy Flour Association materials related to the use of soya in food programs), 1944
Administrative material. Requisitions, surplus reports, memoranda, and letters
1943 Nov.-1944 Sept.
"Caribbean Organizes its War Economy," 1941-1943
General. Memoranda, letters, charts, pamphlet
Draft sections and notes
"Report to Congress on Lend-Lease Operations." Includes "Reverse Lend-Lease Aid from the British Commonwealth of Nations". Printed reports, 1943 March 11-1944 May 22
General, Press releases, directories, memoranda, regulations, newsletters, speech transcript (John M. Butler), letters from Bryton Barron and Senator Karl Mundt, notes and statements by Dr. Dozer 1953-1963.
Organization and Administration. Clippings, press releases, hearing transcript, memoranda, report. Includes some Hoover Commission material, primarily relating to the Office of Intelligence Research, 1947-1949
General. Press releases, letters of reference and statements by Dr. Dozer, including one given to the FBI regarding his supervisor, 1946-1954
Nikoloric, Leonard A., Untitled and unpublished article relating to the Loyalty Program. Correspondence and two typescript drafts 1949-1962.
Printed material, Clippings 1947-1968.
Otepka (Otto) case
General, Flyer, newsletter, letters, clippings, and a script, possibly for the film described in the following correspondence 1967-1972.
Correspondence, Relates to the production of a film by Raymond Wagoner (SEE ALSO: PANAMA CANAL FILE/Citizens groups-specific canal committees/Emergency Committee to Save the U.S. Canal Zone/Correspondence) 1966-1968.
Dozer (Donald) Loyalty Review
Affidavits, 1949 July-September
General. Includes notes
Letters of support. Includes affidavits
Armstrong, W. Park, Jr.
Baxter, James P.
Briggs, Ellis O.
Curlin, Claud D.
Dreier, John C.
Dunn, William E.
Eddy, William A.
Griffith, Ernest S.
Howard, John B.
Hussey, Roland D.
James, Lt. Col. Preston
Langer, William L.
Lester, W. Stewart, Jr.
McSweeney, John (M.C.)
Morse, Wayne (Senator)
Nikoloric, Leonard A.
Secrest, Robert T. (M.C.)
Wilson, John A.
Woodward, Robert F.
Loyalty Board, Darrell St. Claire, Acting Chairman. Includes final copy of Dozer affidavit 1949 June-Nov.
Division of Research for American Republics (DRA) (Transferred from the Office of American Republics Affairs to the Office of Intelligence Research in but its basic function remained unchanged) Feb. 1947,
General (predominantly administrative materials). Notes, lists and directories, agenda, budgets, press releases, report, letter, statements by Dr. Dozer. Includes "N.I.S. Control Book," apparently a log of project activity
Conference on Problems of War and Peace, Mexico City, Press releases, reports, clippings, wire report, printed reports, and a speech transcript (Ellis O. Briggs) 1944-1945.
Second Latin American Intelligence Conference, Panama Canal Zone, 1948 Jan.
General. Conference materials
Reports and memoranda. Typescript and mimeographed materials, 1947-1948
Ninth International Conference of American States, Bogota, Colombia
General. Predominantly Colombian newspapers
El Espectador, April 4-7
Jornada, March 30-April 7
El Liberal, March 30-April 7
Semana, April 3
El Siglo, March 30-April 7
Star and Herald (Panama), April 13
March 29-April 3
Vanguardia del Pueblo (Communist party publication), April 5
Pre-conference preparatory materials, 1947-1948
Executive Committee on Economic Foreign Policy. Reports, proposals and recommendations, memoranda, minutes
Post-conference evaluative materials. Clipping about Dr. Dozer, letters, memoranda, miscellany, a typescript copy of a Colombian communist party handbill, a radio address by Norman Armour, a mimeographed report by the State Dept., "U.S. Opinion on the Achievements of the Bogota Conference," and a printed report by the U.S. House of Representatives. Includes descriptions of the interruption of the conference by riots following the murder of Jorge Eliecer Gaitan, 1948 April-Sept.
General. Conference program, mimeographed statements relating to security regulations, travel arrangements, communications procedures, financial arrangements, directories, list of general reference materials
Lists of delegates and documents
Miscellaneous. Identification card, maps and guide books, certificate, and other miscellany
Orders of the day (agenda)
Reports. Official daily newsletter (S)
Committees, 1948 March 30-April 9
General. List describing different committees, proposal, report, daily and weekly summaries
Committee on Initiatives. Resolutions, minutes, proposals. English (E) and Spanish (S)
U.S. Delegation committees
General. Minutes, reports, memoranda
Committee IV: Economics (SEE below). Transcripts of discussions
Steering Committee. Minutes
Committee I: Organic Pact
General. Draft pacts, amendments and other proposals, memoranda, notes
Subcommittees (A, B, C)
Position papers and reports
Committee II: Organic Pact and Specialized Organizations
General. Minutes (S)(E), resolutions
Subcommittees (A, B, C). Minutes (S)(E)
Committee III: Pacific Settlement Treaty and Collective Defense
General. Minutes (S)(E), report by U.S. Delegation
Subcommittees (A, B). Minutes (S)(E), proposals
Committee IV: Economic Matters
General. Proposals, resolutions, position papers and speeches, press release (S)(E)
Subcommittees. Mimeographed copies of minutes (S)(E)
Committee V: Social Matters
General. Motions, drafts, reports, memorandum, resolutions, position papers
Subcommittees (A, B, C). Minutes (E)(S)
Committee VI: Juridico-Political Matters
General. Minutes (E)(S), notes
Subcommittees (A, B, C). Statement, position papers, press releases, proposals, minutes (S)(E), notes. Includes typescript drafts of declarations on human rights
Plenary sessions, 1948 March 30-April 8
(Inaugural session) Transcripts of speeches by Mariano Ospina Perez (E)(S) and Joao Neves da Fontoura (E) and Portuguese (P) March 30
Notes, minutes and transcripts of speeches by Laureano Gomez (E)(S), Juvenal Hernandez Jaque (S), Byron Price (S) and Jaime Torres Bodet (E)(S) March 31.
Notes, press releases, minutes, and transcripts of speeches by Juan Atillio Bramuglia (S) and George C. Marshall (E) April 1.
Notes, minutes, and transcripts of speeches given byJohn J. McCloy (E), Javier Paz Campero (S) and Cesar A. Vasconsellos (S) April 5.
Notes, minutes, and transcripts of speeches by Carlos Lozano y Lozano (S)(E) and Armando Revoredo Iglesia (S) April 6.
Notes, minutes and transcript of speech given by Guillermo Belt (S) April 8.
Statements and Acts, 1948 April-May
General. Press releases (U.S. Delegation)
Charter of the Organization of the American States
Economic Agreement of Bogota
Final Act of Bogota
Inter-American Convention on the Granting of Political Rights to Women
Memoranda and correspondence, Relates to specific projects as well as general divisional function. Includes correspondence with Spruille Braden and John Lockwood 1941-1951.
General, Notes, outlines, fragments. Includes materials developed by Dr. Dozer for staff presentations 1947-1948.
Short reports (three or fewer pages, and some fragments) relating primarily to Latin American foreign relations, Outline, charts, lists. Includes mimeographed summary of division research activities for Feb. 1947 1945-1949.
"Diplomatic Representatives of the United States in Latin America," Memorandum and notes n.d.
"United States Military Aid to Latin America," Holograph n.d.
"Weekly Analysis of Shortwave News and Propaganda Concerning Latin America," Mimeographed copy 1943 Aug. 10.
"The Status of Inter-American Pacts of Peace, Security and Mutual Guarantee," Typescript 1944 Sept. 30.
"Relations of the Other American Republics with Spain," Typescript 1944 Nov. 28.
"Restrictions on Exercise of Political Functions by the Pan American Union," Typescript draft, final copy and memorandum 1944 Dec. 29.
"Development and Results of the Good Neighbor Policy: Basis of Inter-American Cooperation," Typescript ca. 1945.
"German Missions in the Other American Republics," Typescript copy 1945 June 29.
"Summary of Issues and Trends in the Other American Republics," Typescript section of longer report, with cover memorandum 1946 Aug. 23.
"A Survey of National Minorities in Foreign Countries," Section IV: "The Other American Republics," Typescript 1946 Dec. 3.
"Soviet Policy and Objectives in the Other American Republics," Mimeographed preliminary version 1946 Dec. 31.
"Asiatics in the Other American Republics," Typescript and memoranda 1947 Feb. 25.
"Critical Focal Points - Near and Middle East," Typescript 1948 Jan. 16.
"America and the Hungarian Revolt of 1848-1849," (Division of Research for Europe) Mimeographed copy 1948 Feb. 25.
"Report on the Status of Human Rights in the Other American Republics," Memoranda only 1947 Oct.-1948 March.
"Thumb-nail Estimates of the Combustibility of the Political Situation in each of the OAR excepting Argentina and Uruguay," Typescript 1948 April 23.
"Kossuth's Reception in America, 1851-1852," (Division of Research for Europe). Mimeographed copy 1948 April 30
"Uncooperation within United States Agencies," Memoranda and typescript draft compilations of specific incidents 1949 Feb.
"Communism in Latin America," Outline, notes, memoranda. Includes comments on a Library of Congress report on this subject 1948-1949.
"Income Taxes in Latin America," Mimeographed copy 1949 Sept. 7.
"The United States and Democracy in Latin America," Typescript with cover memorandum 1950 Jan. 24.
"Political Factors of Latin America," Presentation at the U.S. Army Strategic Intelligence School. Memoranda, outlines, holograph drafts, 1951 Feb. 1949-1951
General. Source material
Internal conditions, 1930-1945
International relations. Clippings, dispatches, wire reports, notes, 1943-1951
Memoranda and correspondence, Includes draft sections of reports 1945-1966.
Notes and fragments, Includes outline for a study on communism 1945-1948.
"The Fascist-Totalitarian Character of the Present Argentine Regime," Mimeographed drafts and memorandum 1944 Oct.
"Probable Lines of Development of Argentine Case at Mexico City," Typescript ca. 1945.
"Internal Policies and Acts of the Argentine Government," Typescript, cover memorandum, letter from Nelson Rockefeller 1945 June 26.
Consultation Among the American Republics with Respect to the Argentine Situation, Draft materials, memorandum and two copies (one annotated) of mimeographed report 1946 Feb.
"Present Controls Exercised by the Argentine Government," Mimeographed copy 1946 Oct.
"The River Plate Bloc," Typescript 1948 May.
"Trends in Southern South America," Typescript 1948 Aug. 25.
Bolivia. Memorandum, clipping, and typescript report of an interview with Jose Antonio Arze, 1944-1956
Brazil. Unidentified holograph, memoranda, dispatches, 1945-1949
Chile. Notes, memoranda, dispatches, lecture transcript, letter, and short typescript reports relating primarily to the internal political situation, 1944-1955
Colombia. Unidentified holograph, short typescript reports, memoranda, and dispatch, 1942-1945
Cuba. Dispatches and telegram, 1945-1950
Dutch West Indies (Curacao). Dispatch, 1949
Ecuador. Dispatch, 1949
Haiti. Dispatch, 1945
Honduras. Memorandum, 1949
Mexico. Memorandum, clippings, holograph, dispatches, speech transcript, 1943-1948
Nicaragua. Typescript draft, n.d.
Panama. Memoranda and clippings, 1948
Paraguay. Memoranda, holograph drafts, typescript reports, relating primarily to the internal political situation, 1945-1948
Peru. Memorandum, dispatches and typescript report, 1945-1949
General, Letter, memorandum, typescript reports and unidentified holograph draft 1949.
Multilateral intervention initiative, Text of note from Alberto Rodriguez Larreta, news reports and analyses of Latin American reaction to the proposal. 1945 Nov.-1946 March.
Venezuela. Memoranda, reports and dispatches, 1944-1950
Office of Public Affairs, Division of Historical Policy Research
General, Staff lists and descriptions, general memoranda 1951-1954.
Inter-American Information Committee, Notes, memoranda, minutes 1952.
"Brief List of References on The Paris Peace Conference of " n.d. 1919,
"Current American Thinking on Democracy," (revised) Memoranda, drafts and mimeographed copy of final bibliography 1951 Sept.-Oct.
Reports and Projects
General. Summary and short reports
"Conduct of Peace Negotiations during The War of 1812," Mimeographed report 1946 Dec.
"The Problem of Recognition in American Foreign Policy," Mimeographed report 1950 Aug.
Korean Assistance Program. Lists of offers from various countries, 1951 Jan.-March
"Russia and the Versailles Peace Conference," Notes, handwritten memorandum, report drafts 1951 April-May.
"Council of Europe," Memoranda, drafts of report 1951 Nov.-Dec.
"Toward Closer European Unity: Recent Official Organizations," Notes, memoranda with comments and proposed introductory section, typescript draft of report 1951 Dec.-1952 Feb.
United States Foreign Policy. Typescript drafts of short reports and outlines, memoranda, 1951-1952
McCarthy Project, Relates to efforts by the State Department to refute or respond to Senator McCarthy's criticisms of that department. Letter, press release, memoranda, and a report by Hornell Hart, "McCarthy Versus the State Department." 1951-1957.
"American Policy Toward China," Clippings, notes, memoranda 1951-1952.
"General Eisenhower's Campaign Statements on Foreign Policy," Typescript compilation and mimeographed source notes ca. 1952.
"Political Relationships," Prepared for the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. Typescript draft 1952 Jan. 27.
"Portugal and the West," Outline and holograph draft of report, memoranda and correspondence 1952 Jan.-July.
Bi-National Cultural Centers, Typescript reports, memoranda, notes 1952 Nov.
Point Four Project (Defense History Project), Guidelines, memoranda and typescript preliminary draft/outline 1952 July-1953 Oct.
"Latin American Chiefs of State since 1930," Typescript with memoranda 1953 Aug.-Sept.
"The United States and Nicaragua: A Survey of Relations from " 1953 Jan.-Nov. Outline, typescript and holograph partial drafts, memoranda, notes. Includes galley proofs of a chapter entitled "Nicaragua" from an unidentified book 1930-1953,
PANAMA CANAL FILE, 1901-1980
Non-printed material. Bibliographies, newsletter, book review, excerpt from Panama Canal transit log, address list, broadcast transcript, miscellany, 1968-1976
Clippings and serial articles, 1964-1980
"The Case for a Sea-Level Isthmian Canal," Mimeographed copy, attributed to a Col. Sheffey. 1965.
"General Population Characteristics: Canal Zone," Printed pamphlet 1972 Feb.
"Number of Inhabitants: Canal Zone," Printed pamphlet 1971 Nov.
John Frank Stevens, 1953-1943, John F. Stevens Hall of Fame Committee, 1976. Printed pamphlet, letter and miscellany, 1967-1976
"Maurice H. Thatcher," Encyclopedia of American Biography, " Mimeographed copy 1967.
"Maurice H. Thatcher," The Panama Canal Review, Mimeographed copy 1970 Aug.
McCullough, David G., "A Man, A Plan, A Canal, Panama!" Printed copy of article on John F. Stevens n.d.
Riggs, Arthur Stanley, "Panama Futility," The Catholic World, Mimeographed copy 1947 Jan.
Sammis, Richard C., "The Panama Canal " Mimeographed typescript done for James R. Grover, Jr., M.C. 1969,
Teller, Edward, Wilson K. Talley, Gary H. Higgins, Gerald W. Johnson, "The Constructive Uses of Nuclear Explosives," Mimeographed copy of book preface n.d.
General. Chart, printed and mimeographed copies of articles from serials, 1976-1977
Agriculture Department, "The Panama Canal and U.S. Farm Trade," Mimeographed copy 1977 Oct. 17.
Morales, Francisco, "Origins, Development and Effects of the Low Toll Rates Charges of the Panama Canal," Mimeographed copy 1976 March 26.
Environmental and scientific. Relates primarily to the sea-level canal controversy. Reprints, (including one relating to Dr. Gorgas and yellow fever), meeting agenda, letters, including Reps. Daniel Flood and Leonor Sullivan, printed articles and a mimeographed report by the State Department, Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the New Panama Canal Treaty, which includes correspondence with Rep. Robert J. Lagomarsino, 1966-1977
Inter-American and international relations
General. Mimeographed copies of articles from serials, 1971-1979
Center for Inter-American Relations, "The United States and Latin America: Next Steps," Mimeographed copy 1976 Dec. 20.
Cox, Robert G., "Choices for Partnership or Bloodshed in Panama," Reprinted from The Americas in a Changing World 1975.
Kennan, George F., "Latin America," Mimeographed section of chapter from The Cloud of Danger: Current Realities of American Foreign Policy. ca. 1975.
Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service, "Panama-United States Relations Since the Riots of 1959," Mimeographed copy 1967 Aug. 4.
Noble, G. Bernard, "Inter-American Relations: II," Mimeographed portion of chapter from American Secretaries of State and Their Diplomacy: Christian Herter. Includes notes by William Collier 1970.
"Joint Report Presented by the Governments of Panama and the United States of America to the Sixth General Assembly of the Organization of American States," Mimeographed copy. Includes address by Henry A. Kissinger to the meeting, and cover memorandum 1976 June 9.
"U.S. Policy Toward Panama, 1903-Present: Questions of Recognition and Diplomatic Relations and Instances of U.S. Intervention," Historical Studies Division Project No. 1066C, Mimeographed copy 1974 April 22.
Legal. Relates generally to issues which may be more fully discussed in reference to the actual treaty of 1977
General, Mimeographed copies of articles from serials, and report by George F. Mott, "An Overlooked Aspect of the Panama Treaty Debate," relating to the property rights of U.S. citizens in Canal Zone. Includes correspondence between Mott and the State Department on this matter 1964-1978.
Library of Congress, Congressional Reference Service
"Disposal by Treaty of United States Property Rights in Panama," Mimeographed copy 1967 Nov. 14.
"Cession of United States Property: Treaty or Act of Congress," Mimeographed copy 1971 Dec. 30.
"Executive Orders Disposing Canal Zone Functions," Mimeographed copy with notes by William Collier 1975 July 25.
"Citizenship Status of Panama Canal Zone Residents," Includes cover memorandum. Mimeographed copy 1976 Aug. 27
"Arguments Supporting the Role of the House of Representatives in the Disposal of Federal Property in the Canal Zone," Includes cover memorandum. Mimeographed copy 1977 July 19.
"Treaty Power and Congressional Power in Conflict: Cession of United States Property in the Canal Zone to Panama," Mimeographed copy 1977 Aug. 4.
"Role of the House of Representatives in the Disposal of U.S. Territory and Property by Treaty," Review of Edwards vs. Carter. Mimeographed copy 1978 April 10.
Military. Report by the Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, "The Panama Canal and the Panama Canal Zone: Some of Their Contributions to Strategic Mobility and Logistic Support," Mimeographed copy of a report prepared for, and including a cover memorandum by, Senator Jesse Helms 1977 Dec. 17.
Chronological reports and documents relating to the construction and diplomatic history of the Panama Canal
General. Mimeographed summary of treaty provisions and chapters from an unidentified book relating to the negotiations with Colombia to obtain the Panama concession 1903
Harding, Earl, "The Untold Story of Panama". Mimeographed excerpt from book
Humphrey, Chauncey Benton, "The Rebirth of the Panama Canal: An Account of the Revolution at Panama, ". Mimeographed typescript by U.S. Army officer describing his involvement in the revolution. 1902-1903
Roosevelt, Theodore, "The Panama Blackmail Treaty". Mimeographed chapter from book entitled Fear God and Take Your Own Part
"Treaty Between the U.S. and Great Britain to Facilitate the Construction of a Ship Canal" (Hay-Pauncefote Treaty). Mimeographed copy 1901.
"Report of the Isthmian Canal Commission". Mimeographed report 1902 Jan.
"Report of Major W.C. Gorgas, Medical Corps, United States Army". Mimeographed report 1902 July.
"Construction of a Ship Canal to Connect the Waters of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans". Mimeographed report reprinted in 1938 with treaty revisions noted 1903.
"Provisional Boundary Agreement". Mimeographed copy 1904.
"John Hay, Secretary of State, to J.D. de Obaldia, Minister of Panama". U.S. Foreign Relations, p. 612-630. Mimeographed copy 1904.
"Treaty for the Mutual Extradition of Criminals," letter from Theodore Roosevelt to Congress submitting the report of the Board of Consulting Engineers for the Panama Canal, and an excerpt from James Bryce, The American Commonwealth. Mimeographed copies 1906.
"Boundary Convention". Mimeographed copy 1914.
"Expropriation Data Expunged by the Washington Censor from Canal Report". Society of the Chagres Yearbook. Mimeographed copy 1916-1917.
"Final Report of the Joint Commission Appointed by the President of the United States and the President of the Republic of Panama". Mimeographed copy 1920.
"Treaty Between the United States and Colombia: Settlement of Differences". (Thomson-Urrutia treaty). Mimeographed copy 1922.
(?). Excerpt from mimeographed transcript of discussions leading to Hull-Alfaro Treaty of 1936. 1936
Panama: Eslabon Entre Dos Mundos, printed pamphlet 1953.
Arthur Wood, "The Construction and the History of the Panama Canal". Original report (term paper) 1954.
"Treaty of Mutual Understanding and Cooperation". Mimeographed copy 1955.
Charles D. Ameringer, "Bunau-Varilla, Russia, and the Panama Canal". Journal of Inter-American Studies and World Affairs. Mimeographed copy 1970 July.
Mimeographed summary of Kissinger-Tack Agreement 1974.
General, Summary of treaties with Panama, Virginia M. Hagen, "Negotiation of New Panama Canal Treaties: Background and Pros and Cons" and Larry Storrs, "Panama Canal Treaties" 1971-1977.
General. Various reprints of the treaty articles, including preliminary document released in Panamanian press
"Message from the President of the United States Transmitting the Panama Canal Treaty and the Treaty Concerning Permanent Neutrality and the Operation of the Panama Canal," Printed copy of report to Congress 1977 Sept. 17.
"Tratado del Canal de Panama" and "Tratado Concerniente a la Neutralidad Permanent del Canal y al Funcionamiento del Canal de Panama" (Spanish version of above). Mimeographed copies, cover correspondence. Also includes Spanish text of Carter-Torrijos Statement of Understanding
"Protocol of Exchange of Instruments of Ratification". Mimeographed copies (E)(S) 1978 June 16.
"The Panama Canal Act of 1979". Mimeographed copy from State Department, with cover letter, and printed copy 1979 April.
General, Non-Western Hemispheric governments. Letters and clippings, including a letter to Indian Prime Minister Desai, a letter with attachments from the British Foreign Office to Mervyn Pike, M.P., and clippings relating to Communist China and Panama 1971-1979.
Business organizations, Clippings, printed articles, pamphlet, press releases, resolutions, newsletters, speech transcript, charts, letters to Senators Jesse Helms, Frank Lausche, John Stennis and Rep. Daniel Flood. Includes text of a cable sent by Omar Torrijos to President Ford. SEE ALSO: Interest groups/Canal Zonians/Panama Canal Company 1957-1978.
General. Printed and non-printed material. Questionaires, miscellany, and a petition; also includes a printed article by Kenneth D. MacHarg, "A New Canal Zone Treaty," n.d.
Panama American, n.d.-1976 Oct.
Star and Herald, n.d.-1978
General, Includes correspondence with Panama Canal committees, including Dr. Dozer's group, the Emergency Committee to Save the U.S. Canal Zone (ECSCZ); also includes correspondence with the the Canal Zone Central Labor Union 1967-1978.
Gilman, James (Panama Canal Pilot). Letters to editors, Congress and the White House, 1975-1978
Jackley, John L., "A Study of the Impact of a New Panama Canal Treaty on the Non-DoD, U.S. Citizen Canal Zone Resident," Prepared for the U.S. Embassy, Panama. Includes correspondence 1976.
Pestillo, Peter J., "The Panama Canal Zone Government and the Panama Canal Company Personnel Policies
Speeches and statements
U.S. Civic Councils. Includes meeting reports and position papers, 1975-1977
Canal Zone Police Union
General, Newsletters, memoranda and letters 1971-1977.
Litigation against Panama Canal Company. Relates to labor problems which developed after the riots 1964
General, Notes, clippings, legal documents 1964-1974.
Panama Canal Company
Non-printed material, Schedules, maps, letters, charts, miscellany 1937-1948.
General. Pamphlets and flyers, 1962-1977
Daily Digest. Newsletter, 1967-1976
Panama Canal Review. Serial issues 1967-1975
Panama Canal Spillway. Newsletter, 1969-1977
Correspondence. Includes ECSCZ, 1966-1977
Untitled. Memorandum and report relating to port facilities for Panamanian sugar and molasses storage. Includes letters from Panamian officials, Mimeographed copy 1976 July 31.
President's Report to Board of Directors, Fiscal Year, Printed copy 1968.
"Proposal to Increase Tolls," Mimeographed copy 1973 Dec. 15.
Annual Report, Printed copy 1969.
"Report of Operational Water Board," Includes cover letter. Mimeographed copy 1972.
Speeches and statements. Leber, W.P. (Gov.) 1970 May 19
Panama Canal Zone Non-profit Public Information Corporation (PCZNPIC)
Non-printed material, Form letters, flyers, petitions, press releases 1968-1978.
Printed material, Clippings relating to the group 1976.
General. Includes letters to Cyrus Vance and Nelson Rockefeller
Emergency Committee to Save the U.S. Canal Zone (ECSCZ), and other Panama Canal groups, 1975-1978
U.S. Congress General, Flood, Daniel, 1975-1977 1971-1975
Legal materials. Relates to efforts to block the negotiations and resultant treaties by legal methods. Notes and fragements, legal documents, and correspondence, 1975-1978
Letters to editors, 1976-1977
Miscellany. Incorporation and administrative materials, 1975-1977
Speeches and statements, 1975-1977
Citizens groups - General
General. Includes unique materials or isolated groups or individuals.
Non-printed material, Correspondence, form letters, petitions, newsletters, campaign material, flyers, promotional material, program agenda, memoranda, verses. Includes anonymous, undated report entitled "Financial Benefits to Panama from the Presence of the United States in the Canal Zone". Also includes various documents relating to Communist influence in Panama 1975-1979.
Printed material, Form letters, advertisements, pamphlets, flyers, clippings, serial issues, and printed articles 1964-1978.
Military organizations, 1975
U.S. Congress, Arranged alphabetically by addressee 1966-1977.
Letters to the editor, Includes letters from John Wayne, Spruille Braden, Paul Chiera 1968-1978.
General, Includes CBS "60 Minutes" and a broadcast by Phyllis Schlafly 1967-1977.
Manion (Dean) Forum, 1965-1978
Allen, Robert S., 1974-1978
Miscellany. Print (illustration) and bumper stickers, ca. 1978
General, Miscellaneous single issues 1967-1979.
America's Future, 1975-1979
Conservative Viewpoint, 1967-1976
Dan Smoot Report, 1966-1967
Don Bell Reports, 1976-1978
Hemisphere Hotline Report, 1975-1977
Herald of Freedom, 1974-1978
Intelligence Digest, 1976-1979
Mindszenty Report, 1976-1977
(New) Right Report, 1976-1978
Phyllis Schlafly Report, 1967-1978
Washington Observer, 1967
Press releases, 1967-1978
Reports, Includes a mimeographed copy of George Fox Mott, "The Panama Canal: Today's Decision--Tomorrow's Security," 1977 and a printed pamphlet by James P. Lucier, Panama Canal: Focus on Power Politics, 1977-1978. 1974
Statements and speeches
Braden, Spruille. Mimeographed speech transcript, 1977 Feb 28
Thomson, Meldrim, Jr. Mimeographed and printed speech transcripts, 1977 June-Sept.
Accuracy in Media, Letters to the editor, form letter, newsletter, columns 1976-1979.
American Cause, Inc., Newsletters and flyers 1975-1978.
American Coalition of Patriotic Societies, Inc., Resolutions 1966-1977.
American Conservative Union, Form letters, correspondence, memoranda, pamphlet, press release, serial issues (Battleline) 1967-1978.
American Council for World Freedom (Task Force on the Panama Canal), Flyer, program agenda, press releases, newsletter, and a report entitled "Who and What is Panama's Dictator, General Omar Torrijos," ca. 1977 1975-1979.
Americanism Educational League, Pamphlets and statement written by Spruille Braden, correspondence, newsletters n.d.
American Security Council, Conference memorandum, form letters, newsletters, correspondence with Daniel Flood which includes poll results 1967-1969.
Committee of Tax-weary and Concerned Americans, Flyers, form letters, newspaper advertisements 1978-1979.
Committee on Pan-American Policy (John Birch Society), 1959-1979.
General. Form letters, newsletters (Pan American Headlines), petition, correspondence with Dr. Dozer
Printed material. Pamphlets and flyers. Includes Earl Harding, "The Untold Story of Panama." Reprint, 1959
Committee to Restore the Constitution, Inc., Newsletters 1972-1977.
Conservative Caucus, Form letters, flyers, newsletters, letter 1979.
Council for Inter-American Security, 1976-1980
General. Annual report, form letters, memorandum, pamphlets, flyers, letter to Rep. Daniel Flood.
Newsletters (West Watch)
Council of the Americas, Letter and pamphlet, United States, Panama and the Panama Canal: A Guide to the Issues ca. 1977.
Daughters of the American Revolution, Newsletters, resolutions, flyer, correspondence with ECSCZ 1966-1977.
Defenders of the American Constitution, Bulletins, newsletter (Task Force), letters to ECSCZ, Congress, and others 1965-1977.
Heritage Foundation, Clippings, newsletter and reports entitled "The Canal Zone--Panama and the U.S.," "Panama: The Terms of the Treaties" and "The Economic Implications of the Panama Canal Treaties" 1975-1978.
Institute of American Relations, Flyer and newsletters 1978-1980.
Liberty Lobby, 1966-1978
General. Flyer, statements, press releases, newsletters (Liberty Letter), correspondence with ECSCZ
Serial issues (National Spotlight)
Sons of the American Revolution. Form letters, correspondence and resolutions, including draft by Dr. Dozer, 1972-1978
Women for Constitutional Government, Flyer and newsletter 1975.
Citizens groups - Political organizations (primarily California Republicans)
General, Press release, newsletters, form letters, resolutions, correspondence with Dr. Dozer, letters to Ronald Reagan and George Meany 1967-1977.
General, Clippings (primarily Mr. Reagan's newspaper column), media broadcasts, campaign material, speech transcripts. Includes statement from unidentified Republican objecting to one of Mr. Reagan's statements. Note: for other correspondence, SEE: ECSCZ/ Correspondence/ Reagan, Ronald 1975-1978.
Newsletters, Citizens for the Republic, Also includes form letter 1977-1979.
Citizens groups - Specific canal committees
General. (Miscellaneous groups, predominantly, but not necessarily anti-treaty). Flyers, pamphlet, letter to Dr. Dozer, newsletters, form letters, newspaper clippings and advertisements, 1974-1979
American Emergency Committee on the Panama Canal. Pamphlet, press release, form letters and memoranda, correspondence with ECSCZ, 1967-1968
Emergency Committee to Save the U.S. Canal Zone (Donald Dozer, William Collier, Miles DuVal, primary activists)
General. Biographical material, business cards, schedules, radio transcript, address lists, stationery, and bank statement, 1972-1977
Isthmian Canal College. Correspondence with the IRS, by-laws, form letter, notes
Correspondence. NOTE: Only the most significant correspondence of the ECSCZ has been listed here. Much has been integrated with other groups; for example, correspondence with the American Legion will be found with the other Legion materials.
General. Unidentified correspondents
Business groups, Includes Panama Canal Pilots Association and the American Federation of Government Employees (Stephen A. Koczak) 1968-1974.
Citizen's and public policy organizations, Includes a variety of enclosures of non-printed and printed materials. Arranged alphabetically 1964-1978.
General. Form letter, fragments and holographs to individuals not otherwise itemized
Alexander, William V., 1975-1977
Allen, James B., 1976-1977
Ashbrook, John, 1972-1974
Byrd, Harry F., Jr., 1975-1977
Cotton, Norris, Includes typescript report by W. Collier 1973.
Crane, Philip, 1973
Dominick, Peter H., 1971
Flood, Daniel J., 1966-1978
Goldwater, Barry, Jr., 1973
Gross, H.R., Includes typescript report by Dr. Dozer 1967-1973.
Hall, Durward, 1969
Hansen, George, 1977-1979
Hayakawa, S.I., Holograph and telegram 1977-1978.
Helms, Jesse, Includes correspondence with James Lucier, aide to Senator Helms 1973-1978.
Lagomarsino, Robert J., 1975-1977
Laxalt, Paul, 1978
McClellan, John L., 1975
McDonald, Lawrence, 1977
Murphy, George, 1966-1978
Rarick, John R., 1967-1973
Sarbanes, Paul S., 1978
Snyder, Gene, Holograph and typescript 1975-1977.
Sullivan, Lenore, 1969-1973
Teague, Charles M., 1967-1973
Thurmond, Strom, 1969-1972
Tower, John, 1966-1972
Batt, George K., 1974-1979
Bendetsen, Karl R., 1976
Bowman, George, 1975-1976
Braden, Spruille, 1967-1978
Decker, Fred (Univ. Prof. for Academic Order), 1976-1977
Hosmer, Craig, 1976
Jarrell, Albert E., 1967-1976
Kitchel, Denison, 1974-1976
Lee, Fitzhugh, 1977-1979
Loeb, William, 1975-1976
McBirnie, W.S. (Center for American Research and Education), 1967-1977
McIntire, Carl, 1975
Reagan, Ronald, Includes correspondence with Gordon P. Smith, Philip M. Battaglia, Michael Deaver, Jack B. Lindsey and Peter Hannaford. Also includes notes and a clipping relating to Dr. Dozer's interaction with Ronald Reagan 1967-1977.
Ryan, Paul B., 1975
Sabin, L.S., 1975-1978
Schlafly, Phyllis, 1972-1977
Settle, T.G.W., 1967-1976
Sharp, U.S. Grant, 1976
State Department (Henry Kissinger), 1968-1976
Thatcher, Maurice H., 1966-1972
Thomson, Meldrim, Jr., 1975-1977
Wagoner, Raymond, 1966-1971
Wallace, George C., 1973
Wayne, John, Predominantly letters to others, including a statement 1977-1978.
Zumwalt, Elmo R., Jr., 1976
Legal materials, Relates to efforts to block the negotiations and resultant treaties by legal methods 1972-1979.
General. Legal documents, court transcripts, and fragments relating to the cases of Helms vs. Kissinger, et al. and Drummond vs. Bunker et al. SEE ALSO: Interest groups/Canal Zonians/PCZNPIC/Legal materials
Notes and lists. Primarily Congressional voting records
Speeches and writings
General, Letters, pamphlets and flyers produced by the Committee 1976-1978.
Letters to editors, Includes fragments, typescripts, holographs and clippings 1972-1978.
Collier, William B.
General, Miscellaneous letters, notes and fragments, relating predominantly to writings, but also includes drafts of letters to Edward Teller, and California Attorney General E.J. Younger 1973-1976.
"Canal Treaty Revisions Contrary to Law," Includes draft letter n.d.
"Nuclear Explosives Hold Up Long-Needed Improvement in Panama Canal," Original typescript; includes letters 1969-1970.
"Panama Canal Modernization Geared to World-Trade Needs," Carbon typescript n.d.
"Panama Canal Treaty Negotiations," Typescript draft n.d.
"Torrijos Demands Nationalization of Canal Zone in New Treaty," Three typescript drafts n.d.
Dozer, Donald M. Printed references to Dr. Dozer, For Dr. Dozer's writings on this issue, SEE: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS FILE 1977-1978.
DuVal, Miles P.
General. Biographical material, notes, correspondence, pamphlet, memorandum, clippings, 1946-1979
"Interoceanic Canal Navigational Criteria - Discussion," Mimeographed copy n.d.
Cadiz to Cathay. Mimeographed excerpt, ca. 1947
"The Marine Operating Problems, Panama Canal, and the Solution," Papers of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Mimeograph of printed article. A variation of this article was given as a presentation before the General Board of Consultants, Panama Canal, 1947 Feb. 1947 May 13.
"The Big Ditch," Reprint 1955.
"Memorial to the Congress," 1970
"Memorial to the Congress, Panama Canal: Sovereignty and Modernization," Mimeographed copies 1971, 1973, 1975.
"Panama Canal Question: A Challenge to the Congress," Printed copy 1977.
Review of David McCullough, The Path Between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal, 1870-1914," Mimeographed copy 1977.
"Panama Canal Treaty Implementation: Present Status," Mimeographed transcript 1978.
"Panama Canal Surrender: A Calamitous Support for Soviet Imperialism," Mimeographed copy 1978 June 10.
"William Crawford Gorgas--An Appreciation," Printed copy 1978 Oct.
"Panama Canal: The Story of a Book and the Consequences," Includes later variation. Mimeographed speech transcripts 1978-1979.
"Monroe Doctrine: Its Universalization as Doctrine of the World," Mimeographed copy 1980 May.
N.O.S.I. ("Not One Square Inch") (Ralph Winkler).
General. Press releases, mimeographed clippings, memoranda, letters to editors, resolutions, flyers, articles of incoporation, lists of members, 1976-1978
Correspondence, Includes letters to the American Legion, Ronald Reagan, President Ford, Congress, and ECSCZ 1977-1979.
Save the Panama Canal Club (Arthur Denchfield)
General. Business cards, newsletters, clippings, flyers, speech transcripts, cartoons, statements
General. Includes letters to the PCZNPIC, Griffin Bell, and Ronald Reagan, 1974-1979
Emergency Committee to Save the U.S. Canal Zone (ECSCZ), 1974-1976
U.S. Congress, 1974-1979
Letters to editors, 1973-1979
Defense Department, Correspondence, memoranda, and statement by Deputy Secretary of Defence William E. Clements, Jr. 1975-1977.
General, Relates to the controversy over Robert M. Sayre's behavior as U.S. Ambassador to Panama, while trying to mediate between U.S. narcotics officials, the State Department and the Panamanian government. Correspondence, statements, telegram. Includes letters from Jesse Helms and John Murphy and transcript of Ambassador Sayre's testimony at confirmation hearing 1972-1978.
Non-printed material, Press releases, newsletters, wire reports, reports, memoranda, minutes of 107th meeting between the Panamanian Commissioners and the State Department 1970-1979.
U.S. Congress, Includes two letters from S. Morey Bell, Deputy U.S. Negotiator 1967-1976.
Background Notes, "Republic of Panama" 1970 Dec.
Edwin S. Costrell, "U.S. Policy Toward Panama, 1903-Present: Questions of Recognition and Diplomatic Relations and Instances of U.S. Intervention" 1974 April 22.
"Panama Canal Treaty Negotiations" 1977 Jan.
"The New Panama Canal Agreement" 1977 Aug. 17,
"Texts of Treaties Relating to the Panama Canal"
"Documents Associated with the Panama Canal Treaties"
"The Meaning of the New Panama Canal Treaties"
Bunker, Ellsworth. Statements and speeches. SEE ALSO: Interest groups/U.S. Congress/H.R./Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee hearings, 1977 Nov. 30
Statement at the special meeting of the OAS 1964 Jan. 31.
"Panama and the United States: A Design for Partnership" 1974 March 19.
"Panama and the United States: Toward a New Relationship" 1975 May 22.
"The Panama Canal: Popular Myths and Political Realities" 1975 Dec. 2.
Kissinger, Henry. Statements and speeches
"The United States and Latin America: The New Opportunity" 1975 March 1.
"FY 1977 Security Assistance Program" 1976 March 26.
Linowitz, Sol. Speeches and statements (also includes some miscellany)
Summary of remarks given at the Department of State 1977 May 18.
"Why a New Panama Canal Treaty?" 1977 Aug. 19.
"The Panama Canal Treaties--in the National Interest" 1977 Oct. 18.
Carter, James E. Form letters, memoranda and letters to Congress, wire report, letters to the ECSCZ, 1977
Ford, Gerald R. Includes material from his terms as a Congressman. Form letters, newsletter, letters. Includes original correspondence between Gerald Ford and Donald Dozer, 1967-1977
Johnson, Lyndon B. Printed and mimeographed statements, 1963-1966
Nixon, Richard M. Mimeographed letters to individual Congresspersons (includes transcript of speech by U.N. Ambassador John Scali to the Security Council meeting in Panama, letters from the ECSCZ, mimeographed press release entitled, "United States Foreign Policy for the 1970's: Shaping a Durable Peace," and a printed speech entitled "America's Role in the World," 1973 March 20), 1969-1973
General. Includes material from other Latin American countries as well as material generated by Latin Americans in the United States
General, Wire reports, articles, letter from Pedro Ibanez Ojeda (Chile) to Spruille Braden 1969-1977.
Organization of American States. Resolutions and the Act of the Special Session, 1964 Feb. 4
Printed material, Clippings and mimeographed articles. Includes two statements by Carlos Andres Perez 1971-1978.
General, Wire reports, radio broadcast transcript, letter, itinerary, flyer. Includes text of 1903 Panamanian declaration of independence 1903-1976.
OAS documents, Two speech transcripts by Miguel J. Moreno, Jr. (Panamanian Ambassador to the OAS), and draft resolution 1964 Jan.-Feb.
General, Primarily Panamanian newspaper clippings; also includes other miscellaneous mimeographed clippings, a report by La Estrella de Panama, "Panama Makes Known its Reasons to Reject the 1967 Treaty Projects," and a letter to Rep. Daniel Flood from Panamanians working in the Canal Zone, 1963-1977. 1970, 1971
Panamanian Mission to the United Nations, Update...Panama. Series of five packets containing various reports and articles, 1977
Panamanian Committee for Human Rights, Vol. 1 (General) and Vol. 3 ("Panamanian Economy Under the Torrijos Regime), 1976
Republic of Panama, "Teleological Position of the Restoration Movement of " (S), parts I and II, 1968 October 11, 1968
Speeches and writings
Arguizola, Gustave, "Violation of Human Rights and Civil Liberties in Panama," and a mimeographed transcript of response to President Carter's speech of ca. 1977, 1978 Feb. 1
Arias, Arnulfo. Mimeographed transcript of speech given upon return from exile, 1978 June 10
Eleta, Fernando A., Diogenes de la Rosa, Ricardo M. Arias, Roberto R. Aleman, and Guillermo Chapman, relating to Treaties Evaluation Commission, 1970 Sept. 5
Escobar Bethancourt, Romulo, "Canal Neutrality Keeps Panama from Being a War Theatre," and "Negotiations Before the Eyes of the People," n.d. Mimeographed copies 1977 Aug. 20
Gonzalez Revilla, Nicolas. Speech to Panamanian Assembly, and statement before the General Assembly of American States, Mimeographed copies; latter includes cover letter from Jorge E. Illueca 1977 Aug. 19 1977 June 15.
Illueca, Jorge. Mimeographed copy of speech, 1972 Dec. 13
People's Party. Ruben Dario Sousa, "Developments in Panama," and an interview in New Times, a manifesto, Cesar de Leon, "United States Seeks to Mediatize the Revolutionary Process in Panama," and a speech by Sr. Castellanos at 23rd Congress of the Communist Party, Moscow, "Message of the People's Party of Panama in Connection with the Carter-Torrijos Treaty. Mimeographed copies, 1966 March-April, 1966-1977
Royo, Aristides. Mimeographed copy of letter to President Carter, 1980 Jan.
Socialist Revolutionary Faction. Mimeographed copy of statement, documents relating to canal negotiations, and resolutions, 1975 Sept. 5
Tack, Juan Antonio, Mimeographed copies of a speech, a letter to the editor, and an interview 1970-1975.
Torrijos Herrera, Omar. Newspaper interviews, letters to Gerald Ford and Edward Kennedy, flyers, Clippings and mimeographed copies 1970-1977.
Military organizations. NOTE: Materials relating to the Defense Department are located under Interest groups/Executive/Defense Department
General, Flyers, pamphlets, press releases, book promotional material, printed article, miscellany, resolutions 1971-1978.
General, Miscellaneous letters between military groups and to the ECSCZ. Includes letters from Thomas H. Moorer, Thomas Lane, Barry Ryan, and other individual officers 1967-1977.
Executive, Letters from John S. McCain, Jr. and a collective group of retired admirals 1975-1977.
U.S. Congress, Includes letters from Fitzhugh Lee, L.S. Sabin (includes short article), and others 1973-1978.
Letters to the editor, 1975-1976
Speeches and writings (SEE ALSO: Interest groups/U.S.Congress/ Senate and H.R./Committees
General, Articles from serials, particularly Proceedings of the U.S. Naval Institute. Includes articles by Paul B. Ryan, V.P. McDonald, Hanson W. Baldwin, G.V. Underwood, J.D. Hittle, J.K. Singlaub, Bruce C. Clarke, George S. Brown 1958-1980.
Eaker, Ira C. (Lt. Gen.), Press release and letter to Rep. Daniel Flood (annotated). Mimeographed copies 1971-1979.
Lane, Thomas A., Miscellaneous statements, printed article 1971-1975.
Schildhauer, C.H., "The Problem of a New Canal: The Best Solution," Printed copy, includes press release, and correspondence with Dr. Dozer 1966 May 21.
Settle, Thomas G.W., Mimeographed and holograph statements 1975-1978.
Van Natta, Thomas F., III. Mimeographed speech transcript, n.d.
Willenbucher, Franz O., Letters to the editor, obituary and speech transcript entitled "Panama Canal: Catalyst for Restoration of National Will". Includes letters to the ECSCZ 1967-1976.
General, Letters to congresspersons, wire service report, memoranda, pamphlet, press releases, speech transcript, printed article 1968-1979.
General, Letters to the ECSCZ, internal memoranda, form letter, press release, reports and printed article 1966-1979.
U.S. Congress, 1971-1978
Military Order of the World Wars
General, Form letter, memoranda, newsletters, resolutions, and correspondence with ECSCZ 1967-1978.
Serial issues (Officer Review), 1976-1978
Naval Reserve Assocation. Report and open letter to Congress, 1978
Retired Naval Personnel, Newsletter, 1974-1975
Veterans Affiliated Council, Letters and resolutions 1973.
Veterans of Foreign Wars. Newsletters (American Security Reporter), resolutions, letters to congresspersons, 1968-1977
Non-printed material. Lists, legal briefs, flyer, legislative history reference materials (includes legal and administrative codes)
Printed material. Congressional Record 1912-1978
General, Reports, acts, laws, regulations, transcripts. Tangentially related to the Panama Canal issue 1845-1974.
Legal codes relating to Panama, 1950-1962
General. Miscellaneous printed reports, 1968-1975
Atlantic-Pacific Interoceanic Canal Study Commission. Annual reports, (#2-#5). Includes notes, memorandum, comment by Rep. Flood, and cover letters from Presidents Johnson and Nixon to Congress 1966-1969
Resolutions received from state legislatures
Arkansas, 1977 July 8
California, ca. 1967-1977
Indiana, 1975 July 7
Oklahoma. Includes cover letter to Rep. Flood, 1969
Virginia. SEE: U.S. Congress/Senate/ General/Committees/Judiciary/ Statements/Canada, A. Joseph
House of Representatives
General. Lists, form letters, press releases, newsletters, and other letters from Congresspersons. Includes correspondence with the ECSCZ
General. Letters from collective groups and ad hoc committees, 1969-1975
House Republican Research Committee. Report, 1975 July
Republican Committee on Western Alliances. Report and press release, 1967 June-Aug.
Republican Study Committee, "The Panama Canal Treaty?" 1977 Sept 16
General, Hearing transcript, agenda 1973-1977.
Derwinski, Edward J.
Dominguez, Jorge I., 1977
Dozer, Donald M. (SEE: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS FILE/ 1977 Oct.)
Harman, Phillip, 1977
Mann, Thomas C., 1967
Moorer, Thomas H., 1977
Rousselot, John H., 1971
General, Memorandum/report by Terence W. Modglin relating to Panama Canal treaty negotiations and related matters, 1975 May 30; agenda, witness lists 1975-1979.
Correspondence, Includes letter from the committee to President Nixon 1969-1979.
Reports, Printed copies 1968-1978.
Bunker, Ellsworth, 1977
Canal Zone Joint Labor Committee, 1969
DuVal, Miles, n.d.
Sullivan, Leonor, 1976
Tambs, Lewis A., ca. 1977
Andrews, Ike, Letter to Dr. Dozer 1977.
Ashbrook, John M., Newsletters and form letter 1975-1979.
Aspin, Les, Letters 1979.
Bell, Alphonzo, Correspondence (includes a letter from the State Dept.) 1975.
Brown, Clarence J., Letter to Dr. Dozer, and press releases 1979.
Crane, Philip M., Press releases, statements, serial issue, miscellany, letters to Dr. Dozer and others 1973-1979.
Derwinski, Edward J., Form letter, newsletter 1974-1977.
Dickinson, Bill, Newsletter and clipping 1975-1977.
Dornan, Robert K., Letter 1978.
Fascell, Dante, Letters 1970-1971.
Flood, Daniel J., 1963-1978
General. Press releases, memoranda, notes, biographical sketch
Emergency Committee to Save the U.S. Canal Zone, 1966-1975
Speeches and writings, Mimeographed copies, printed articles, serial issues, 1964-1978. 1964-1978
Gross, H.R., Letters to Dr. Dozer, and a speech transcript 1967-1973.
Hansen, George, 1975-1979
General. Statement and press releases
Correspondence. Primarily letters to constituents and colleagues
Ketchum, William, Letter to ECSCZ, 1976 1976.
Lagomarsino, Robert, Letters to ECSCZ and others (includes copies of statements) and press release 1967-1978.
Leggett, Robert L., Memorandum to Panama Canal Subcommittee members 1973.
Metcalfe, Ralph H., Letter to President Ford and a press release 1975.
Murphy, John M., 1971-1979
General. Press releases, speech transcripts, newsletters
Correspondence. Includes letters to Dr. Dozer
Pike, Otis G., Letters to ECSCZ 1975.
Rarick, John R., Letters (including a memorandum to George Wallace) and newsletters, 1969-1978. 1968-1978
Rousselot, John H., Letter, press release 1973-1979.
Rudd, Eldon, Correspondence, press release 1977.
Sabo, Martin O., Letter to Dr. Dozer 1975.
Simon, Paul, Letter to Dr. Dozer 1979.
Snyder, Gene, Correspondence, press releases 1975-1977.
Sullivan, Leonor K., Wire report, letters to Presidents Nixon and Ford, colleagues, and the ECSCZ 1969-1976.
Teague, Charles, Letters to ECSCZ 1967-1973.
General, Lists, wire report, pamphlet 1976-1979.
Amendments. Amendment sponsored by Robert Dole to the Panama Canal Treaty, 1977 Sept. 22
Armed Services, Letters to Presidents Nixon and Ford, and colleagues, printed report 1973-1978.
Foreign relations, Press release and statements by Franklin Delano Lopez, Thomas H. Moorer, Maxwell D. Taylor, and Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr. 1977.
General. Agenda, letter to Dr. Dozer
Bendetsen, Karl R.
Canada, A. Joseph (Virginia State Senator)
Crowe, Guthrie F. (retired Canal Zone judge)
Dozer, Donald M. SEE: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS FILE/ 1977/July
Erickson, Ralph E. (attorney, Dept. of Justice)
Haar, Herbert R., Jr. (Assoc. Port Director, Port of New Orleans)
Hansell, Herbert J. (State Dept. Legal Advisor)
Leonard, George S. (Attorney)
Lovelady, Rufus (American Federation of Government Employees)
McAuliffe, Lt. Gen. Dennis P.
McCain, Admiral John S., Jr.
Moorer, Admiral Thomas H.
Parfitt, H.R. (Governor, Canal Zone)
Reynolds, Kitty L. (Women for Constitutional Government)
Rice, Charles E. (Prof. of Law, Notre Dame University)
Schwab, Donald H. (VFW)
Torrens, K.C. (Council of
American Master Mariners, Inc.)
Report. Printed copy
Allen, James B., Press releases and statements 1977.
Baker, Howard H., Jr., Letters 1975.
Bayh, Birch, Letters, including ECSCZ 1975-1976.
Brooke, Edward W., Letter to President Carter 1978.
Buckley, James, Letter to ECSCZ 1976.
Byrd, Harry F., Jr., Letter to ECSCZ, newsletter, press release, and statement 1971-1978.
Cotton, Norris, Letters to ECSCZ (includes letter from the State Dept.) 1973.
Cranston, Alan, Form letter, press releases 1978.
DeConcini, Dennis, Letter to Dr. Dozer 1977.
Domenici, Pete V., Letter to Dr. Dozer 1977.
Dominick, Peter H., Letters, including ECSCZ 1971.
Ervin, Sam J., Jr., Letter to ECSCZ 1975.
Fannin, Paul, Letter 1974.
Garn, E.J., Form letters, letter to ECSCZ 1977.
Glenn, John, Form letter ca. 1978.
Goldwater, Barry, Letter 1974.
Hartke, Vance, Letter to ECSCZ, mimeographed newspaper article 1975-1976.
Hatch, Orrin G., Form letter n.d.
Hatfield, Mark O., Newsletter, letter 1977.
Hayakawa, S.I., Newsletter, press releases, statements, letters 1977-1979.
Helms, Jesse, 1975-1979
General. Press releases, newsletter, memorandum and statements, 1975-1978
Humphrey, Hubert H., Letters 1975.
Jackson, Henry M., Letters 1977.
Javits, Jacob K., Letter to ECSCZ 1976.
Kennedy, Robert F., Letter 1967.
Kuchel, Thomas H., Letter 1966-1967.
Laxalt, Paul, Letters 1975-1978.
Magnuson, Warren G., Letter 1975.
Mansfield, Mike, Letter 1976.
Mathias, Charles McC., Jr., Letters, including letter to Dr. Dozer 1975-1977.
McGovern, George, Letters and printed speech transcript 1971-1976.
Murphy, George, Letters, including letter to Dr. Dozer 1966-1976.
Percy, Charles H., Letters, including letter to ECSCZ 1973-1978.
Riegle, Donald W., Letter to Dr. Dozer 1977.
Schweiker, Richard S., Letter to ECSCZ, and press releases 1976-1977.
Scott, Hugh C., Typescript copy of a letter 1976.
Scott, William L., Letters, including ECSCZ 1973-1978.
Sparkman, John, Letters, including Dr. Dozer, and statement (wire report) 1976-1977.
Stevenson, Adlai E., III, Letter 1975.
Stone, Richard, Clipping (mimeo) and letters 1975-1978.
Taft, Robert, Jr., Letters, including ECSCZ 1975-1976.
Talmadge, Herman, Letters, including ECSCZ 1973-1977.
Thurmond, Strom, 1967-1977
General. Newsletters and speech transcripts
Correspondence, including ECSCZ and Dr. Dozer
Tower, John G., Printed remarks, letters to Dr. Dozer 1966-1972.
Udall, Morris K., Letter 1974.
Weiker, Lowell, Letters 1973-1976.
Young, Milton, Letter to Dr. Dozer 1977.
LATIN AMERICA SUBJECT FILE, 1910-1980
General (Non-printed material), Bibliography, speech transcript (Rigoberto Juarez-Paz), letter, and mimeographed reports, including "Report on the Liberty of Expression in America," "Restrictions on Freedom of the Press in the Americas," Harry Bernstein, "Free Minds in the Americas," Gerhard Masur, "Forms of Nationalism in Latin America," Arthur P. Whitaker, "Nationalism and Social Change in Latin America" 1943-1971.
General, Report, statistical abstracts, bibliographies, and pamphlets, including Final Act of the Twelfth Meeting of the Inter-American Municipal Congress, and Agnes Nelms Lockwood, Indians of the Andes. 1956-1973.
Latin American studies publications. (Compilations of reports and studies by primarily academic groups), 1961-1980
General. Miscellaneous newsletters and serials (primarily in English)(E)
Center for Latin American and Iberian Research Quarterly Report, Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management, 1971
Hemisphere Hotline Report, 1970-1980
El Informativo LASPAU (E)(S), 1970
The Kansas Latinamericanist, 1972-1973
Latin America, 1971-1976
Latin American Digest, 1966-1978
Latin American Report (same title used by two different organizations:)
Citizens Committee for a Free Cuba, Inc., 1967-1969
World Affairs Council of Northern California, 1974
Pan American Headlines, 1966-1980
Times of the Americas, 1974-1979
Correspondence. (NOTE: Correspondence with citizens of specific countries or relating to those countries is located under national subject headings)
General. Family correspondence. Letters written by Dr. Dozer while traveling in Latin America
Miscellaneous alphabetical, 1949-1980
Blake, Robert, Includes short typescript report 1960-1974.
Champlin, F.B., 1972-1975
Committee on Pan American Policy (John Birch Society). Correspondence with Harold Lord Varney; includes newsletters and flyer, 1964-1968
Hilton, Ronald (California Institute of International Studies), Includes a letter of introduction to Arturo Frondizi 1959-1968.
Lundy, Jack E., 1969-1970
Machado, Manuel, 1962-1975
Malek, Michael, 1971-1980
Mann, Thomas, 1966
Pacific Coast Council of Latin American Studies, 1964-1976
Peters, William, 1964-1967
Powell, Philip, 1959-1968
Tambs, Lewis, 1963-1980
Wolff, Thomas, 1959-1978
Notes and business cards. Relates to Dr. Dozer's research trips in Latin America
General. Includes appointment book, 1963
General, Bibliographies, printed article, flyers, reprint, clipping, pamphlets, mimeographed reports and printed booklets, includings Rene L.-F. Durand, La Negritude dans l'Oeuvre Poetique de Ruben Dario and Jorge Carrera Andrade, Livre de l'Exil Precede de Message a l'Afrique 1941-1979.
Demographics and population. Statistical charts, notice, printed and mimeographed reports including the State Department Office of Intelligence Research, "Population Growth and Economic Development in Latin America," the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Population and the Role of Law in the Americas, Bryan Roberts and Stella Lowder, Urban Population Growth and Migration in Latin America: Two Case Studies, General Electric Technical Military Planning Operation (TEMPO), The Demography of South America--1975. 1949-1975
Non-printed material, Speech transcripts and curriculum vitae of William Simon in Spanish (S), and mimeographed reports including Hector Correa, "Sources of Economic Growth in Latin America," Fernando Chaves Nunez, "The Cooperative Movement in Latin America, "Latin American Consensus of Vina del Mar," and "The Pan American Highway System" 1950-1979.
Printed material, Newsletter reports, pamphlets, bibliography, printed article (S) 1951-1978.
American Chambers of Commerce in Latin America (AACCLA). Newsletters, 1971-1979
Pan American Development Foundation. Newsletters and annual report, 1968-1970
Correspondence, Includes a mimeographed paper by David Ambrose, "A Study of Marketing Fish Protein Concentrate Enriched Products for Preschool Children in Latin America". 1950-1979.
General, Printed and mimeographed reports, pamphlets, speech transcript (John F. Gallagher) 1956-1969.
Instituto Interamericano de Ciencias Agricolas (IICA)
General, Pamphlet, printed reports, and a mimeographed report by Armando Samper, "Contribucion de la Agricultura al Crecimiento Economico" 1967-1969.
Banks and banking
General, Serial issues and newsletters 1944-1978.
Inter-American Development Bank
General, Mimeographed reports, printed pamphlets, miscellaneous newsletters 1960-1974.
Newsletter (IDB News), 1974-1980
General. Newsletter and an annual report (Cerro Corp.), 1968-1977
Center for Advanced Studies in International Business. Conference materials, correspondence, pamphlets, newsletter, 1969-1973
Sears, Roebuck and Co. Pamphlets and speech transcript (John F. Gallgher, V.P.), 1966
United Fruit Company. Pamphlets, letters, speech transcript (John M. Fox, Pres.), reports, including Davis J. Cloward, "Schools in Bananaland: The Role of the United Fruit Company in Education in Middle America," and Harvey W. Johnson, "An Era of Mutual Progress: The Interdependence of United States Multinational Companies and Latin American Host Nations," 1962-1976
General. Letter, copy of the Trade Act of speech transcript (Anthony M. Solomon, State Dept.) and a printed report by Ramon P. Diaz, The Long Run Terms of Trade of Primary Producing Countries, 1974, 1965-1976
Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission. Report, printed articles and newsletters, 1969-1976
General, Press release, mimeographed report by John Eriksson, "Trends in the Volume and Composition of Aid to Latin America" 1964-1976.
Alliance for Progress
General. Newsletters, poster, minutes, printed article, clippings (E)(S), notes, a pamphlet by Arturo Frondizi, La Alianza para el Progreso, and mimeographed reports by Carlos Vial E., "Necesidad de una Moralidad Internacional," and R. Harrison Wagner, "Explaining and Judging United States-Latin America Policies: A Framework for Understanding the Alliance for Progress," 1962-1973
Speeches and statements
Richard Goodwin (State Dept.) 1962 March 16,
Lyndon B. Johnson 1963 March 20,
John F. Kennedy 1963 Nov. 18,
Carlos Urrutia-Aparicio 1963 Dec. 4,
Carlos Sanz de Santamaria 1964 March 16,
Lyndon B. Johnson 1964 May 11,
Alberto Lleras 1964 May 20,
Lyndon B. Johnson 1965 Aug. 17,
Jack H. Vaughn (State Dept.) 1965 Sept. 10,
Robert F. Kennedy 1966 May 9-10,
Lincoln Gordon (State Dept.) 1966 June 1,
Lyndon B. Johnson 1966 Aug. 17,
Lyndon B. Johnson 1969 Jan. 27,
United States. Statistical charts and reports, pamphlet, correspondence, seminar proceedings, printed articles, 1957-1974
General, Newsletter, clippings, pamphlet, letter, speech transcript (William M. Dyal, Jr.), printed reports, including the International Development Advisory Board, An Economic Program for the Americas, and mimeographed reports, including Roger E. Vekemans, "Economic Development, Social Change and Cultural Mutation in Latin America" 1954-1978.
Conference proceedings: "Seminario Sobre Desarollo Economico, Secularizacion y Evolucion Politica, Buenos Aires, Mimeographed reports (S) May 1963.
Rio Bermejo Project
General, Certificates, contract, address list, map, clipping, statements of purpose, newsletter, pamphlet, resolutions, River Plate Basin Treaty text 1961-1979.
Correspondence (S)(E)(Polish). Includes letters to President Johnson, and correspondence with the International Development Bank (Antonio Casas-Gonzalez), Juan Carlos Ongania, the Polish PanAmerican Chamber of Comerce, Stanford Research Institute, Emilio Eduardo Massera, Arleigh Burke, Gov. Ronald Reagan, and others, 1964-1979
Notes and miscellany. Notes and business cards
Reports and proposals
"Aprovechamiento Fluvial," by Nicolas Boscovich. Printed article n.d.,
"Bermejo River Basic Multiple Development Project," by la Republica Argentina. Mimeographed report 1964 March,
"The Bermejo River Project," by the Bermejo Development Corporation. Mimeographed report n.d.,
"Obras de Desarollo Fluvial Multiple del Rio Bermejo:
Estudio de la Factibilidad y Analisis de la Solidez Economica y Tecnica," 1963 May
Su Plan General de Obras y su Plan de Financiacion," 1964 July
"Review of Planning for the Bermejo Region of Argentina," by the Stanford Research Institute ca. 1976,
Economic history. Annotated bibliography, 1973
General, Mimeographed reports and pamphlet 1969-1972.
Conference on Economic Integration of Latin America, sponsored by the California Institute of International Studies, Stanford University, 1968 May 9-13.
General. Conference materials, memorandum, speech transcript (David Rockefeller), pamphlets and agenda, 1967-1968
Reports (arranged alphabetically by author)
Economic planning. Newsletter and a mimeographed report by Fernando Guillen Martinez, "Comparative Analysis of Planning in Different Types of Societies," 1964-1970
Employment. Mimeographed reports by Zygmunt Slawinski, 1967-1969
Industry. Mimeographed report by Zygmunt Slawinski, 1954
General, Letter, newsletter and reports including the Rand Corporation, The Course of United States Private Investment in Latin America since the Rise of Castro, and the Council for Latin America, The Effects of United States and other Foreign Investment in Latin America 1964-1970.
Atlantic Community Development Group for Latin America (ADELA)
General, Press release, letters, resolutions, memorandum, conference materials, proposals 1963-1964.
General, Relates primarily to exchange programs and overseas schools. Memoranda, conference report, letter, information bulletins, flyers 1957-1966.
Latin American educational systems. Printed article, flyer, speech transcripts, printed reports by John P. Harrison, The University versus National Development in Spanish America, and General Electric (TEMPO), Changing Patterns of Education in Latin America (includes correspondence), and mimeographed reports entitled "Estadisticas del Analfabetismo," "The Spanish American University and the University Student," Roberto Munizaga Aguirre, "La Universidad Latinoamericana," Gonzalo Aguirre Beltran, "Organization and Structure of Latin American Universities with Reference to Economic Development," Harry Bernstein, "Cold War in the Curriculum," United States National Students Association, Latin American Student Affairs, 1960-1974
Latin American studies (primarily in the United States). Material on Elbert Covell College, speech transcript, material on the Instituto Ibero-Americano, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan, letter, mimeographed report, and a printed curriculum text by the Santa Barbara School District, History of the Mexican American: A Curriculum Guide for Teachers, 1966-1970
General, Letters, speech transcripts, reprints, serial issue, symposium proceedings, pamphlet, mimeographed, typescript and printed reports, including the Universidad de los Andes (Venezuela), Documentos para la Historia de America, Vol. 1-3, and Gabriel Jackson, "Costa et Sa 'Revolution par le Haut'" 1940-1979.
Inter-American and international relations
General. The Organization of American States (OAS)
General, Agenda, minutes, press releases, newsletters, and mimeographed reports (S)(E) including Edward J. Williams, "The Decline of the Organization of American States: An Interpretation" 1951-1975.
General, William Sanders, Assistant Secretary of the OAS, and others (S)(E), mimeographed transcripts 1950-1965.
Latin American Chiefs of State, Punta del Este Conference, Mimeographed transcripts 1967 April.
Population Panel Discussion, Mimeographed transcripts, agenda, and charts 1964 Sept.
Printed material. Poster, clippings, pamphlets, treaty texts, newsletters, 1940-1979
Correspondence, Includes William Sanders 1952-1967.
Germany. Richard F. Behrendt, Bureau of Latin American Research, "German Educational and Research Activities in Relation with Latin America," 1942
Russia (communism). Resolution, printed and mimeographed reports: American Chilean Council, Key Targets of Soviet Diplomacy: Chile and Peru, Herbert S. Dinerstein, "Soviet Policy in Latin America," Library of Congress, Latin America in Soviet Writings, (bibliographical report), Federico Toranzo Montero, "Guerra Revolucionaria Comunista," J. Gregory Oswald, "Contemporary Soviet Research in Latin America," and "Soviet Historical Writing on Latin America since 1956," and Ralph S. Collings, "The Sino-Soviety Rift in Relation to Latin America," 1945-1958 1959-1975
General, Press releases, book review, notes, yearbook of the Pan American Society 1966-1971.
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano. Wire reports, telegrams, reports, clippings, letters--various forms relaying condolences and texts of newspapers reports relating F.D. Roosevelt and his decease
1945 April 13-16
1945 April 17-1946 Aug.
Center for Strategic Studies Colloquium: "The Strategic Importance of Latin America," Georgetown University 1964 July 17-21,
General. Agenda, list of participants, speech transcripts, letters
Bailey, Norman A., "Latin America in International Politics"
Brandenburg, Frank, "Latin American Development and the United States Interest: The Brief for Mexico as a Model"
Dozer, Donald, "The Contemporary Significance of the Monroe Doctrine" SEE: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS/ 1964-1965
Gittell, Marilyn J. and Norman A. Bailey, "Industrialization, Power and Social Change"
Glick, Edward B., "The Nonmilitary Use of the Latin American Military"
Grace, J. Peter, "The Problems and Implications of Latin American Imports of Private Capital"
Guillen Martinez, Fernando, "Paternalismo, Individualismo y las Implicaciones para la Estrategia del Oeste en el Hemisferio Occidental"
Lalley, Thomas L., "On the Problem of Communist Subversive Insurgency in Latin America"
Ravines, Eudocio, "La Lucha Ideologica, los Intelectuales y la Seguridad del Hemisferio"
Tambs, Lewis A., "Geopolitical Factors in Latin America"
Clippings, Includes mimeographed State Dept. report relaying four articles from LA papers, with cover letter 1945-1970.
Correspondence, Includes George Hammond, the State Dept., and various Peace Corps volunteers 1949-1969.
Pamphlets and flyers, 1945-1967
Reports and projects
General, Printed reports 1948-1971.
Friends of the United States of Latin America, "Proposal of the American University for an Institute of the Americas. Mimeographed report, printed articles, and pamphlets, 1949-1951
Matthews, Herbert L., "Relations with Latin America," Mimeographed copy n.d.
Radler, D.H., "Making Friends in Latin America," Mimeographed copy n.d.
Robinson, J.C., "The Developing Colombo- Venezuelan Conflict and the Balance of Power in Northern South America," Mimeographed copy with cover note n.d.
Inter-American Neutrality Committee. Mimeographed reports, speech transcript (Sumner Welles), letter and notes by Dr. Dozer, 1940
Eisenhower, Milton, "Report to the President: United States-Latin American Relations," Original and updated mimeographed reports 1953-1958.
Bernstein, Harry, "The Changing Democratic Party and the Changing Caribbean-Latin America, 1920-1960," Mimeographed report 1960.
Howe, Walter, "United States Policies toward Latin America," State Dept. report with cover memorandum 1961.
State Department, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, American Republics (External Research series #8.21), Mimeographed copy 1963-1964.
U.S. Army, Latin America: Hemispheric Partner. Printed bibliography with map, 1964 June
Reid, John T., "The United States in the South American Mind, Section Two (1826-1890)," Mimeographed copy and correspondence ca. 1965.
Republican Coordinating Committee's Task Force on the Conduct of Foreign Relations, "Latin America-United States: Progress or Failure," Mimeographed copy 1966 March.
Foreign Broadcast Information Service, "Daily Report: Latin America," Mimeographed copy 1966 June.
"The Rockefeller Report," Mimeographed copy 1969.
Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, "Developments in Latin America, 1971," Mimeographed copy 1971.
Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, "Latin America: Major Policy Issues of the 70's," Mimeographed copy 1972.
Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, "Latin America and the United States: Past, Present and Future," Collected mimeographed reports 1973.
Center for Latin American and Iberian Research, Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management, "Inter-American Relations," Mimeographed report 1972.
Petersen, Gustav H., "Latin America: Benign Neglect," Mimeographed copy 1973 April.
Center for Inter-American Relations, "The Americas in a Changing World," Mimeographed copy 1974.
Serials, Includes a letter 1940-1967.
Speech transcripts, Includes Edward Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, and other State Department officials 1961-1971.
Politics and government
Non-printed material, Bibliography, letter, speech transcript (Rafael Caldera), and mimeographed reports by James L. Payne, "The Oligarchy Muddle," Lewis A. Tambs and Noel J. Stowe, "The Evolution of Statist Thought in Latin America and its Modern Manifestations," Howard J. Wiarda, "The New Developmental Alternatives in Latin America: Nasserism and Dictatorship with Popular Support, Francis J.D. Lambert, "Planning for Administrative Reforms in Latin America: The Argentine and Brazilian Cases," and Frederick M. Nunn, "The Junta Phenomenon in Latin America" 1965-1972.
Printed material, Serial issue, clippings, reprints 1961-1971.
Postdoctoral Seminar on Latin American Politics and Government, 1951. Syllabus, agenda and meeting summaries, letter, 1950-1951
The Changing Character of the Military in Latin America, Institute of World Affairs conference, Draft reports, notes, correspondence, agenda, speech transcripts 1961 Dec.
Non-printed material, Notes listing New York Times citations, newsletters, and a typescript research report by Carlos A. Mayo, "La Influencia de Spencer en los Estados Unidos y en la Argentina " with correspondence 1971-1974. (1860-1906),
General. Serial issues (academic) and State Department flyers, 1962-1971
Serial issues (popular), 1963-1977
Benegas Lynch, Alberto, 1963-1976
Culture. State Department memorandum and pamphlets, including La Idea de la Libertad en la Obra de Domingo F. Sarmiento, 1940-1966
General, ca. Chart, serial issue, reports, newsletters, State Department memorandum, and a pamphlet by Alberto Benegas Lynch, La Argentina y la Prosperidad de su Pueblo 1957-1979.
Alsogaray, Alvaro C. Printed articles and pamphlets, including El Apoyo de la Conduccion Economica and El Ciclo Economico Comprendido entre Marzo de 1967 y la Reciente Devaluacion Monetaria: Perspectivas a corto plazo, 1968-1971
Fundacion de Investigaciones Economicas Latinoamericanas (FIEL). Serial issues (Indicadores de Coyuntura), 1970
Vegh Villegas, Alejandro. "Argentina: Estabilidad y Crecimiento," Mimeographed report 1969 April.
General, Statistical report, list of universities, newsletters, statement by Lincoln Gordon, and pamphlets, including the University of Texas Latin American Studies Association, A Report to the American Academic Community on the Present Argentine University Situation 1966-1971.
Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLASCO). Pamphlets and newsletters, 1969-1970
Foreign relations. State Dept. memoranda, mimeographed report by S. Walter Washington, "A Study of the Causes of Hostility Toward the United States in Latin America: Argentina," and pamphlets including Arturo Frondizi, Argentina in the Face of World Problems, and Freedom-The Ideals of the West and Economic and Social Development, 1944-1966
General, Constitution of 1853, Synthetic History of the Argentine Republic, a meeting agenda and a printed article by Isidoro Ruiz Moreno, "Breve Cronica de la Visita de Teodoro Roosevelt a la Region del Nahual Huapi," including correspondence 1950-1969.
Reports, Printed, mimeographed and typescript reports, including John G. Mraz, "Idealism, Materialism and Realism in the Early National Period of Argentina," and Ramon A. Leoni Pinto, Carlos Paez de la Torre and Nelida Robledo, "El Sentido de Revolucion en la Historia de Tucuman (1810-1966)" 1961-1971.
Law. Printed pamphlets (S), 1963-1968
Politics and government
General, Flyers, State Dept. memoranda and list of government officials, pamphlets, speech transcripts (includes inscribed copy of a speech by Juan Carlos Ongania), newsletter, reports, wire reports, biographical sketch of Juan Carlos Ongania, and a mimeographed memorandum attributed to Alvaro Alsogaray relating to the 1966 military take-over (E) 1966-1978.
Club de la Libertad (Alberto Benegas Lynch). Clippings, declaration, statutes, press releases, newsletters, and a pamphlet by Alberto Benegas Lynch, Con Libertad, Paz y Justicia, 1962-1967
Movimiento de Integracion y Desarollo (Arturo Frondizi). Pamphlets, 1965
Movimiento Nacionalista Liberal (Alvaro C. Alsogaray). Chart, declarations, statements. 1970-1971
Religion. Serial issues, newsletters and a pamphlet entitled El Llanto de las Ruinas: La Historia, el Arte y la Religion Ultrajados in los Templos de B.A. 1955. 1955-1971
Barbados. Mimeographed report entitled "A Summary of the Report of the Tripartite Economic Survey," ca. 1965
Belize (British Honduras). Printed report, 1964
Non-printed material, Letter, pamphlet and mimeographed report by David P. Dolson, Introduction to the Bolivian Altiplano, with correspondence 1969-1971.
General, State Department flyer, serial issues, newsletters 1960-1969.
Arze, Jose Antonio, 1944
Culture. Serial pamphlets on artists Emiliano Lujan and Marina Nunez (S), 1962
Economics. Printed articles, statistical materials, pamphlets and reports. Includes Carlos Camacho Saa, "Minifundia, Productivity and Land Reform in Cochabamba," Melvin Burke, "Bolivian Wheat and Flour: Production Versus Importation, Once Again," Roberto Perez Paton, "La Reforma Agraria en Bolivia: Sus Resultados" and Que Es El Plan Decenal?, Also includes texts of letters between Victor Paz Estenssoro and John F. Kennedy relating to the Alliance for Progress 1961-1969.
Foreign relations. State Department memorandum and a printed pamphlet, 1960-1969
Politics and government. Letters, speech transcripts (Victor Paz Estenssoro, Rene Barrientos Ortuno, Luis Adolfo Siles Salinas), serial issues, mimeographed report by Jose Antonio Arze, "Bolivia Must Free Herself from the Mining Oligarchy," flyers, newsletter, printed articles and pamphlets. Includes a copy of a letter from General Enrique Penaranda to J.A. Arze, 1943-1969
General, List of theses, mimeographed and typescript reports, newsletter, statistical chart 1957-1973.
Federation of Organizations for Social and Educations Assistance. Flyers, mimeographed letter and community development project reports (E)(P), 1958
General, Pamphlets, flyers and printed reports. Includes "Statement of Bishops and Religious Superiors of Northeast Brazil," and report by Waldemar Valente "Survivances Dahomeennes dans les Groupes-de-culte Africains du Nord-est du Bresil" 1960-1973.
Newsletters, "Brazil Today," 1973-1980
Conference materials. International Colloquium on Luso-Brazilian Studies, Newsletters, mimeographed reports, speech transcripts 1950 Oct.
General, Includes Carlos Lacerda 1962-1972.
Ayres, Paul, Filho, 1964-1979
Buckley, William F., Relates to alleged communist affiliations of Celso Furtado 1964.
Kubitschek, Juscelino, 1972
Tyson, Brady, Includes mimeographed newsletters commenting on events in Brazil, primarily during 1962-1970. 1963-1966
Culture. Newsletters, serial issue, press release, flyer, museum guide, 1963-1972
Non-printed materials, Letters, including one to the White House relating to the Alliance for Progress, statistical charts, speech transcript (Lincoln Gordon), press release, pamphlets, memorandum, and reports by Antonio Delfim Neto and Nathaniel H. Leff, "Import Substitution, Foreign Investment and International Disequilibrium, with Special Reference to Brazil," Antonio Delfim Neto, "Inflacao e Deficit Orcamentario," and "O Desenvolvimento Economico" and "A Mecanica do Desenvolvimento Economico," Paul Ayres, Filho, "The Entrepreneur and his Social Responsibilities," Frank Brandenburg, "A Economia Brasiliera: Uma Previsao Quinquenal, 1972-1976," and Werner Baer, Isaac Kerstenetzky and Annibal V. Villela, "The Changing Role of the State in the Brazilian Economy" 1958-1978.
Printed materials, Newsletters, serial issue, pamphlets, flyers, and reports 1959-1978.
Education. Pamphlets, flyers, relating primarily to the Instituto de Pesquisas e Estudos Sociais, 1951-1971
Foreign relations. Flyer, speech transcripts (Jose Joaquim de Campos da Costa Medeiros e Albuquerque and Emilio Medici), press releases, and mimeographed report by S. Walter Washington, "A Study of the Causes of Hostility Toward the United States in Latin America: Brazil," Also includes materials (P) relating to United States history 1919-1976.
History. Printed and non-printed reports, notes, memorandum, serial issues, 1964-1973
Politics and government. SEE ALSO: Brazil/General/ Correspondence/Tyson, Brady
General, Printed, mimeographed and typescript reports, printed articles, flyers, bibliography 1964-1966.
Pamphlets and flyers. Includes materials relating to communism and labor movements in Brazil (P), Includes Francisco Juliao, Que Sao as Ligas Camponesas? and Carlos Lacerda, Depoimento Perante a Juventude 1962-1965.
British West Indies. Draft typescript report relating to British policy, n.d.
Caribbean. Printed reports, agenda, newsletter, press release, relating primarily to regional economic issues, 1943-1967
Central America. Reports and bibliography (S)(E) relating primarily to regional economic issues
Non-printed material, Press release, newsletters, mimeographed reports by the Ayuda Cristiana Evangelica and by John Friedmann, "Bureaucratic and Innovative Models of Urban Life" 1957-1979.
General, Flyer, serial issues, printed articles, newsletters, speech transcript (Enrique Campos Menendez), pamphlets and flyers 1952-1979.
Clippings. Includes an extensive interview with Salvador Allende, (S), 1970 Sept. 17 1961-1974
Howe, Walter, 1964
General, Serial issue, memoranda, pamphlets, newsletters, letters, press release, printed and mimeographed reports, including "Statistical Profile of Chile," Corporacion de Fomento de la Produccion, "Cuentas Nacionales de Chile" and "Direccion de Planificacion," William Peters, "Agrarian Reform in Chile," Cristobal Kay, "Chile: An Appraisal of Popular Unity's Agrarian Reform," and Ian Roxborough, "Agrarian Policy in the Popular Unity Government"; also includes materials generated by the Sociedad Agricola la Rosa Sofruco and Kennecott Copper Co. 1950-1977.
Slawinski, Zygmunt. Mimeographed reports (S)(E)
"La Economia Paralela," 1968
"La Economia Paralela," 1971
"The Pacific Commodity Bank," 1973
"La Empresa Social," 1974
"Apuntes de la Conferencia sobre el Tema de la Economia Paralela," 1976 Aug. 10 and Nov. 12
"La Economia Paralela como Sistema de Movilizacion de los Recursos Ociosos y del Aprovechamiento Mejor de los Recursos Potenciales de la Humanidad," 1976
"La Escuela Socio-Economica Paralela: Resumen de sus Ideas Basicas y Propositos," 1976
General, Letter, pamphlets (S) and newsletters (E) 1963-1979.
University of Chile-University of California Program
General, Directories, course outline, letters and memoranda 1965-1967.
Proposal submitted to the Ford Foundation, (E)(S) 1965 May
Report. Memorandum written by Dr. Dozer on the results of his survey on the teaching and research in history at the University of Chile, 1965 Oct.
Printed material, Informational booklets 1964-1965.
Foreign relations. Pamphlets, newsletters, form letters, flyer, speech transcripts (Dwight Eisenhower and Enrique Urrutia). Includes materials generated by the American-Chilean Council. Also includes a mimeographed report by S. Walter Washington, "A Study of the Causes of Hostility Toward the United States in Latin America: Chile," 1956-1978
Politics and government. Newsletters, flyer, speech transcripts (Eduardo Frei, Salvador Allende), serial issues (S), notes, biographical sketches, reports, including "The Chilean Christian Democratic Administration," and a report of the Christian Democractic World Conference, Santiago de Chile, 1961 July, 1962-1974
Non-printed material, Meeting agenda, statistical chart, newsletter, bibliography, memorandum of conversation with Indalecio Lievano Aguirre and Alberto Galindo (S) 1957-1974.
General, Newsletter, serial issues, pamphlets, maps 1961-1971.
General, Includes Indalecio Lievano Aguirre and Jose Joaquim Salcedo 1957-1971.
Obregon, Mauricio, 1965-1974
Patino, Abelardo, 1956-1977
Culture. Printed reports and miscellany, 1943-1964
Economics. Pamphlets, flyers, newsletters, meeting proceedings, State Dept. memorandum, mimeographed and statistical reports, including Armando Valenzuela Ruiz, "Cambiaremos la Vida del Campo" and the Departamiento Administrativa de Planeacion y Servicios Tecnicos, "Responsabilidad de los Servicios de Formacion Profesional como Instrumentos de Ejecucion del Plan General de Desarollo Economico-Social," and Richard J. Sandilands, "The Modernization of the Agricultural Sector and Rural-Urban Migration in Colombia," 1959-1977
Education. Bibliography, mimeographed materials relating to the organization and function of the educational system, speech transcript (Jose Joaquim Salcedo), pamphlets and mimeographed and typescript reports including Lloyd H. Elliott and Rodolfo Low-Maus, "Report on the Organization of the Javeriana University" (prepared for the Ford Foundation), and the Republic of Colombia, "Conferencia sobre Educacion y Desarrollo Economico y Social en America Latina," 1960-1965
Foreign relations. Speech transcript (Mauricio Obregon), seminar transcript, and a mimeographed report, "Colombia and the United States: A Briefing Paper," with an introduction by Reynold E. Carlson, 1960-1968
History. Serial issues (Popayan), 1960-1962
Politics and government. Pamphlet (serial issue) by Luis Enrique Osorio, Los Derechos del Trabajador, and reports by Pat M. Holt, "Constitutional Development in Colombia," Ramiro de la Espriella, "Forma y Quebranto de la Oposicion en Colombia," and Alberto del Corral, "Camino a la Libertad," 1937-1963
Costa Rica. Statistical chart, newsletters, and a printed transcript (E) of a speech by Jose Figueres, 1950-1961
General, Correspondence, including the State Department (Robert Woodward) 1960-1969.
General, 1957-1972. Statistical chart, newsletters, interviews, a pamphlet compiled by Irwin Silber, The Cultural Congress of Havana State Dept. memorandum, resolutions of the Conferencia Comite Consultivo Secretariado Latino Americano de la Internacional Socialista (E/S), mimeographed reports, including "Economic Situation and Trends," an untitled report by Herbert Matthews, Antonio Casas Gonzalez, "El Azucar: Problema Economico Cubano," State Dept., "The Castro Regime in Cuba," and Universal Research and Consultants, Inc., "Communist Activities of the Cuban Rebels" (1968 Jan. 4-11),
Gest, Sidney G., "Memorandum on the Cuban Situation," Typescript report and correspondence with Dr. Dozer, the State Dept., Paul Linebarger, Herbert L. Matthews and others 1960-1961.
General, U.S. and Cuban serial issues, speech transcripts (Thomas Dnote and Fidel Castro), printed articles by Earl E.T. Smith, Harold Eugene Davis and Theodore Draper, and pamphlets, including The Declaration of Havana, and Como Cayo la Universidad 1934-1980.
Clippings (from U.S. sources), 1960-1974
Foreign relations. Printed articles, hearing transcripts, statements by John Kennedy, Robert Sayre, and Sen. Carl T. Curtis, pamphlets and reports including Theodore Draper, "Cuba y la Politica Norteamericana," 1961-1975
Dominican Republic. Letter, statistical chart, speech t