Manuscripts of two articles: "The present revolutionary disturbance in Brazil" (1914) and "Financial and economic conditions
in Brazil and their relation to American trade and commerce" (1915).
Professor of history at Stanford (1908-1942). Martin received a.b. (1902), and a.m. (1903) from Stanford and a.m. (1907) and
Ph.D. (1912) from Harvard.
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