Register of the Charles Wellington Furlong papers

Finding aid prepared by Grace Hawes
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Title: Charles Wellington Furlong papers
Date (inclusive): 1917-1963
Collection Number: 63017
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 11 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize folder, 1 oversize portfolio, 9 envelopes (5.3 linear feet)
Abstract: Correspondence, memoranda, reports, writings, clippings, maps, and photographs, relating to Woodrow Wilson, the Paris Peace Conference, military, political, and economic conditions in the Balkans (particularly relating to Fiume and Montenegro), the Tacna-Arica dispute between Peru and Chile, and the work of the Tacna-Arica Plebiscitary Commission, 1925-1926.
Creator: Furlong, Charles Wellington, 1874-1967

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[Identification of item], Charles Wellington Furlong papers, [Box no., Folder no. or title], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1963.

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Biographical Note

1895 Graduated, Massachusetts Normal Art School
1901-1902 Student, Cornell, Harvard, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris
1896-1904 Faculty, Cornell
1909 Author, The Gateway to the Sahara
1911 Author, Tripoli in Barbary
1914-1918 General Staff, U.S. Army
1918-1919 Member, American Peace delegation, Paris
1919 Special Military aide to President Woodrow Wilson
1919 Military observer, intelligence officer in the Balkans, Near East and Middle East
1921 Author, Let 'er Buck
1926 Member, Tacna-Arica Commission
1967 Died

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920)
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924.
Balkan Peninsula.
Chile--Foreign relations--Peru.
Chile.
Croatia.
Italy--Foreign relations--Yugoslavia.
Italy.
Montenegro.
Peru--Foreign relations--Chile.
Peru.
Rijeka (Croatia)
Tacna-Arica question.
United States--Foreign relations.
World War, 1914-1918--Peace.
World War, 1914-1918.
Yugoslavia--Foreign relations--Italy.
Yugoslavia--History--1918-1945.
Yugoslavia.

 

CORRESPONDENCE 1917-1963

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
Box 1

General 1919-1926

 

Unidentified 1919-1926

 

Andrews, Admiral Philip 1919

 

Austin, T. A., Jr. 1926

 

Babbitt, E. B. 1918

 

Baikovitch, Stevan 1919

 

Baker, Ray Stannard 1922

 

Barker, Captain 1928

 

Benuzzi, Valerio and Charlotte 1919

 

Bingaman, Joseph W. 1963

 

Bouritch, Mr. 1919

 

Brown, Mauricio 1926

 

Bruce, James 1919-1935

 

Buckey, Colonel M. C. 1919

 

Churchill, General M. 1919

 

Claro, Samuel 1926

 

Cullen, Frederick L. 1926

 

Cumberpatch, James T. 1926

 

Cusani, Viscount L. 1919

 

Dantras, Victor 1919

 

Day, Murray 1928

 

Dennis, William Cullen 1926

 

Dillard, W. R. 1919

 

Early, A. D. 1918

 

Edwards, Augustin n.d.

 

Fliess, Felipe 1926

 

Foster, Manuel 1926

 

Franck, Harry A. 1919

 

Frederickson, Lieutenant 1919

 

Furlong, Frank 1919

 

Grayson, Admiral Cary T. 1920

 

Hoffer, George (?) W. n.d.

 

Hopkins, T. C. n.d.

 

Hunter, W. J. 1919

 

Jay, Peter A. 1926

 

Jevtitch, Monsieur B. 1929

 

Joitch, R. 1918-1919

 

Jusserand, J. J. n.d.

 

Kellogg, Frank B. 1925

 

Kreger, E. A. 1926

 

Krstelj, Dr. 1919

 

Lassiter, W. 1926

 

Leroyer, J. 1918

 

McLean, Philip T. 1963

 

Maira, Manuel 1926

 

Marshall, E. 1925

 

Martin, Gerald 1927-1931

 

Milo, Prince of Montenegro 1935-1936

 

Mitchich, D. 1919

 

Nikaj, Don Antonio 1919

 

Pershing, General John J. 1925

 

Plamenac, J. S. 1919

 

Plesnicov, Milan 1919

 

Powell, Mr. 1918 (?)

 

Prince, John n.d.

 

Radovitch, Andre 1919

 

Rice, Lyman 1919

 

Russell, C. V. 1926

 

Salommn, A. 1926

 

Sanders, Edgar 1928

 

Savy, General 1919

 

Schaefer, J. Louis 1926

 

Simovitch, Svetislav 1919

 

Smith, Lieutenant 1919

 

Street, Lionel A. B. 1919-1935

 

Sullivan, A. N. 1926

 

Tahon, General 1919

 

Thwaites, Norman 1935

 

Toombs, L. A. 1919

 

Tuckerman, Edward 1920

 

Violette, Mr. 1917

 

Wilson, President Woodrow 1920

 

Wisety, Professor 1919

 

Zilioty, Luigi n.d.

 

Miscellany

 

SUBJECT FILE 1917-1936

Scope and Contents note

Reports, memoranda, printed material, clippings, etc. arranged alphabetically by title or subject.
Box 2

Albania

 

Biographical material

 

Awards

 

Miscellany

 

News clippings

 

Recommendations, passed, etc.

 

Bristol, Admiral

 

Buckey, Colonel M. C.

 

Cohn, Louis

 

Comitadji question

 

Czecholovakia

 

Czernin, Count Ottorkar

 

Dalmatia

 

D'Annunzio, Gabriele

 

Esterhazy, Franciscus

 

European War 1914-1918

 

Explorer's Club

 

Fez

 

Finland

 

Fiume (Rijeka)

 

France

 

Greece

 

Istria

 

Italian-Yugoslavian relations

 

Italy

 

Larcovic, Ivan

 

Maroc (Morocco)

 

Mazuranic, Vladimir

 

Milutinovich, General D.

 

Miscellany

Box 3

Montenegro

 

General

 

Interviews

 

Memoranda

 

Printed material

 

Reports

 

Reports by British officers

 

Reports by Charles Furlong

 

Allied troops

 

American Red Cross

 

Baikovitch, Stevan

 

Cavalry

 

Cervione War Camp

 

Committee of Refugees

 

Damyanovitch, Lazar

 

Kamenarovitch, Cyr

 

Lovtchen

 

Mijatovic, Marko

 

Milo, Prince of Montenegro

 

Miscellany

 

National Assembly

 

Nicolas, King of Montenegro

 

Paris Peace Conference 1919

 

Petrovich-Niegosch (Genealogical table)

 

Plamenatz, Yovan

 

Plamenatz, Madame

 

Political parties

 

Popovich, Krsto

 

Popovich, Marko Z.

 

Popovich, Vladimir G.

 

St. Basile Monastery

 

"Song of the Ljesanin Guard" (Montenegrin separatist song)

 

Towns and cities

 

Montenegrin organizations in America

Box 4

Morocco

 

New York Herald Tribune, (incomplete) 1918-1919

 

Paris Peace Conference

 

General

Box 4

Maps

Map case

Maps (continued)

Box 4

Miscellany

 

Newspaper clippings

 

American Commission to Negotiate Peace

 

Powell, E. Alexander

Box 5

Radich, Stephan

 

Radovitch, Andre

 

Red Cross, American

 

Rodovitch, Stevan

 

Scutari

 

Sempre Avanti, (Italian-American magazine) January, 1922

 

Senoussi, Sheik

 

Serbia

 

Serbia and Eastern Russia, 4 vols., Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office 1918

 

Syria

 

Tacna-Arica dispute

 

General

 

Forms, ballots, petitions

 

Miscellany

 

Notes by Charles Furlong

Map case

Map

Box 6

Printed material

 

American mediation

 

Arica

 

Chile-Peru relations

 

Deitrick, Jackie

 

Diccionario Plebiscitario (Plebiscitary Dictionary)

 

Edwards, Augustin

 

History

 

Opinion and Award of the Arbitrator July 20, 1922

 

Pershing, General John J.

 

Plebicitary Commission

 

Background material

 

Charts

 

Maps

Box 7

Memorabilia

 

Memoranda

 

Notebook by Charles Furlong

 

Plebiscite

 

Press review March 23, 1926 -June 17, 1926

 

Registration and election boards

Box 8

Resolution

 

South Pacific Mail

 

Stuart, Graham H.

 

Tacna

 

Wambaugh, Sarah

 

West Coast Leader

 

Thurn and Taxis, Prince

 

Trieste

 

U.S. Naval Radio Press, (incomplete) July 1919

 

U.S.S. George Washington, voyage to Europe 1918

 

Verdun

 

Versailles Treaty - bibliography

 

Vouksanovitch, Radosar

 

Wilson, President Woodrow

 

Yugoslavia

 

Zara

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS 1919-1926

Scope and Contents note

Drafts, notes, typescripts of reports, articles by Charles W. Furlong, arranged alphabetically by title or subject.
Box 9

General. Miscellaneous notes

 

"The Alsace-Lorraine of South America," . One photocopy 1926 October 9

 

"History and Opinion of the Tacna-Arica Plebiscite," . One carbon copy undated

 

Montenegro manuscript (unpublished), . 1935?

 

Cover design. One pencil drawing, one ink drawing

 

Notes. Typewritten and printed. [Five folders]

 

Drafts. Typewritten and carbon copy pages, some with hand annotations [Seven folders]

Box 10

Drafts. Typewritten and carbon copy pages, some with hand annotations [One folder]

 

"On an Expedition from Hooe Barracks to Versailliski," Monograph 23, . One hand-printed, handmade booklet undated

 

"Preliminary Report on the Montenegrin Situation," . Two copies (1 typewritten, 1 carbon), with photographs. Slightly different versions on the same topic [Two folders] 1919

 

"Statement of Status and Proposal for a Potential Settlement of the Tacna-Arica Problem," . One carbon copy undated

 

MAP

Scope and Contents note

1 oversize map of Austrian and Montenegran forces, 1915.
On shelf

1 oversize map of Austrian and Montenegrin forces 1915

 

PHOTOGRAPHS

Envelope A

1 print of President Woodrow Wilson and Marine Guard; 1 print of Woodrow Wilson and Adm. Grayson; 1 print of Maj. C.W. previous hit Furlong next hit and others; 1 print of Dean Haskins, J.J. Jusserand, Henry White; Gen. M. Churchill, Isaiah Bowmand, and C.W. previous hit Furlong next hit ; 1 print of Amb. Macchi de Celleri; 1 print of Amb. Henry White; 1 print of William Bullitt; 1 print of Woodrow Wilson;1 print of C.W. previous hit Furlong next hit , Dr. Mezies, Col. Ayres and others; 1 print of Pres. and Mrs. Wilson, 1 print of Gen. John J. Pershing, Joffre and Raymond Poincare; 1 print of George Creel; 1 print of Robert Lansing; 1 print of Pres. Wilson and crew of U.S.S. George Washington; 1 print of Pres. and Mrs. Wilson disembarking; 1 print of Mr. and Mrs. John Davis; 1 print of Maj. C. W. previous hit Furlong next hit ; 23 prints on board U.S.S. George Washington enroute to Paris, December 4-13, 1918; 1 miscellaneous print of the Dartmouth College lounge

Envelope B

4 prints of Woodrow Wilson; 3 prints of Woodrow Wilson and others on tour in France; 1 print of Woodrow Wilson and Gen. John J. Pershing; 1 print of Woodrow Wilson, Robert Lansing, David Lloyd-George, Gen. Tasher Bliss, and unidentified person; 1 print of Woodrow WIlson and Pres. Raymond Poincare; 1 print of Pres. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and others; 1 print of Woodrow Wilson, David Lloyd-George, Vittorio Orlando, Georges Clemenceau; 1 print of Woodrow Wilson, Adm. Grayson, and others; 1 print of Gen. John J. Pershing and others; 1 print of Brig. Gen. M. Churchill and Mr. Mezies; 1 print of Pres. and Mrs. Raymond Poincare; 1 print of Edward house; 1 print of Col. Van Dieman; 1 print of Woodrow Wilson; 7 postcards of Woodrow Wilson and Peace Conference leaders; 17 prints of scenes at the Paris Peace Conference, 1919

Envelope C

1 print of Gen. John J. Pershing, Major Shallenberger, Gen. W. Lassiter, Mr. Cox; 1 print of Freyre-Santander, Gen. Pershing, and Augustin Edwards; 1 print of Lt. Casanova; 1 print of Gen. John J. Pershing and others; 1 print of Isolina and Elsa Herrera; 1 print of Gen. John J. Pershing, Augustin Edwards, Dr. Freyre-Santander; 1 print of Augustin Edwards and others; Amb. Poindexter and others; 53 prints of people and scenes taken in Tacna-Arica during C.W. previous hit Furlong's next hit membership in the American commission sent to arbitrate, circa 1926

Envelope D

1 print of Cap. Guynemer; 4 prints of Verdun; 2 prints of British tanks; 3 prints of German ships; 3 prints of aerial warfare; 2 prints of the trenches; 3 miscellaneous prints on the European War, 1914-1918

Envelope E

2 prints of C.W. previous hit Furlong next hit and others; 1 print of Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife; 1 print of previous hit Furlong next hit and Flora Sands; 1 print of previous hit Furlong next hit and others; 1 print of Gen. Graziolli; 1 print of Senor and Senora Valerio Benuzzi and others; 1 print of Col. Everson; 1 print of Alice Sustersic; 3 prints of previous hit Furlong next hit , Alice Sustersic and others; 1 print of Gen Sasi; 1 print of Gen. Graziolli; 1 print of previous hit Furlong next hit , Mr. and Mrs. Desorski and Mrs. Desorski's sister; 2 prints of Gen. Graziolli and staff; 1 print of previous hit Furlong next hit and others; 1 print of Radoica Nikchevich and others; 1 print of King Nicholas of Montenegro; 1 print of Marko Z. Popovich; 2 prints previous hit Furlong next hit and unidentified man; 1 print of previous hit Furlong next hit and others; 1 print of Lawrence Brown and others; 1 print of Lawrence Brown and others; 1 print of previous hit Furlong next hit and unidentified man; 1 print of Lawrence Brown; 1 print of Gen. Andriya Raichevich, Maj. Djuro Yovovich, Stevan Pavlovich, Lt. Djucan Vukmanovich, Capt. Djuro Kapichich; 1 print of Radojico Vikcevic; 1 print of Commandante Ernesto Burzagli; 4 prints of King Nicolas and others; 2 prints of Raioska Nickovic and Montenegrin guerrillas; 2 prints of previous hit Furlong next hit and others; 1 print of Prince Milo of Montenegrin guerillas; 2 prints of previous hit Furlong and others; 1 print of Prince Milo of Montenegro; 1 print of Adm. Andres; 4 unidentified prints; 14 prints of Austro-Hungarian atrocities against the Yugoslavs; 23 prints of Fiume (Rijeka) undated

Envelope mF

1 print of bust of Woodrow Wilson; 1 print of Augustin Edwards, Gen. John J. Pershing, Col. R.E. Kreager, Dr. M. de Freyre and staff members of the Tacna-Arica Commission, undated