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Register of the William A. Drayton Papers, 1913-1946.
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Diary, November 11, 1918-December 17, 1918

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Diary and diary notes, arranged chronologically.


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Arranged alphabetically by last name of correspondent.
Box 1

Army and Navy Club of America


Brandigen, E. D.


Commission for the Peace Conference in Ljubljana


Committee for a Fair Trial for Draja Mihailovich


Curwen, Mary


Drayton, Kolman


Gavrilovitch, Milan




Jovanovich, M.


Karovitch, Pavle


MacKinnon, M. L.


Milosavljevitch, Lazar


New York Herald


Pashitch, Nikola


Phillips, William


Sachutch, Kaross


Serbian Red Cross


Serbian Relief Fund


Serbian Society of Great Britain


U.S. A.E.F. Headquarters


U.S. Embassy London, Office of the Military Attache


U.S. Passport Bureau


Vesnitch, Milenko


Witton, M.



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Drafts of speeches and writings, arranged alphabetically by title.
Box 1



"Financial Scheme for Serbia."


SUBJECT FILE, 1913-1920

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Correspondence, clippings, memoranda, and printed material, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box 1

American Commission to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1919


Banat, Serbian territorial claims, 1919


Biographical file


"American Who Will Fight for Serbia." by Hayden Church, 1918


Certificate of exemption from military service


Delegation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. Letters to the mother of W. A. Drayton


Letters of introduction and recommendation


"A Young American Friend of Serbia."


Bulgarian Military Occupation of Serbia, 1915-1918


Bulgarian-Serbian frontier claims and reparations, 1919-1920


Cer Mountain, battle, August, 1914

Box 2

Georgevitch, T. R., "The Truth about Rumanes in Serbia", Paris, 1919


Goricia, Italian occupation, 1918


Interallied Commission, Paris, 1919


Report on the Violations of the Hague Convention, by the Bulgarians in Occupied Serbia, 1915-1918


International credit and international government currency


Italian occupied territories, 1918-1919, treatment of inhabitants


Italian-Yugoslav territorial disputes, 1919


Jugoslav Committee in London. "Austria-Hungary's Effort to Exterminate Her Jugoslav Subjects."


Lazic, Ant., "Ethnographic Frontier of Italy, Yugoslavia, Germany." (In French)


Montenegrin National Assembly, Deputies, 1906-1913


Paris Peace Conference, 1919


Commission on Reparations of Debts -- Project for Treaty with Bularia


Delegation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes




Dalmatian question


Frontiers between the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes and the Kingdom of Italy


Goritza and Gradiska




Memorandum concerning the claims of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes


Military effort of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in the war of 1914-1918


North Frontier


Persecutions of Slovenes and Croats under Italian occupation


Serbo-Bulgarian relations




Economic and Financial Section. Memorandum concerning the Peace Treaty with Austria


Democratic Autonomist Party of Fiume


"Report of a Yugoslav Interned in Italy," Paris, 1919


Serbia, World War I, Reconstruction and relief


Serbian Army offensives, Autumn, 1918


Smodlaka, J., "Jugoslav Territorial Claims", Paris, 1918



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Calling cards and other miscellaneous materials, arranged as listed.
Box 2

Calling cards



Envelope A


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Includes 33 photographs in 1 envelope: 28 photos of atrocities committed by the Bulgarian Army in occupied Serbia, 1915-1918. 3 photos of William A. Drayton as an officer in the Serbian Army during World War I. 1 photo of Mary and Margaret Brebrier.