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Preliminary Inventory of the Vladimir D. Pastuhov Papers, 1885-1968
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Box 1

"Shanghai Incident"


Letters from G. W. Sheppherd concerning the future of Shanghai - whether Chinese should have the right to tax residents, projects to turn over municipal government to Chinese, etc., 1932


League of Nations - Reports of the Committee of Inquiry sent up at Shanghai, Anti-Japanese boycott, 1932


Valuation of damages and losses to railway properties during the recent Shanghai crisis - The Nanking-Shanghai Line and the Shanghai-Kangchow-Ningpo Line. Destruction by Japanese troops, 1932


Telegram from British Minister at Shanghai to Foreign Office Committee of Inquiry, 1932


"Shanghai," report


"Documents relative to the Shanghai Incident"


"Shanghai War Pictorials No. 1," Chinese publication


"Shanghai Incident - Facts ascertained up to February 7, 1932"


Japan's Undeclared War on Shanghai. Published by Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai


Official documents relating to Japan's undeclared war in Shanghai


"The Japanese Attack on Shanghai." Kuomintang publication


"Shanghai Incident - Facts ascertained up to February 28, 1932"


"Shanghai Incident - Facts ascertained up to March 22, 1932

Box 2

"China-Japanese Boycott"


"The Boycott in China," prepared by the Japan-China Economic Association, Tokyo


"Memorandum on Boycotts and Japanese Interest in China," by A. Pelt


Questions to be directed by the Special Commission of the League of Nations to the Chinese government concerning Japanese charges against that government


Outlines of 9 boycotts


"The Boycott - Is it War? World Interest in Idea Quickened by China's Use of it in Combatting Japanese Influence." Reprint from Washington Star


"Memorandum on the Boycott"


"Anti-Japanese Activities in Peiping (March 5, 1932)"


"Conditions of Anti-Japanese Agitation in Peiping at the End of October, 1931"


"Bombing of the Naval Attache's Office and Publication of Irreverent Articles by 'Peping Chen Pao' and 'Leader'"


"Verbal Statement for Mr. Yans, Councillor of the Japanese Legation"


"The Anti-Japanese Boycott Movement in China (From October, 1931 to January, 1932)"


"Statement relating to the anti-Japanese movement in China, 1931-1932"


"Questions on Boycott to Japanese Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai"

Box 3

"The Harbin Relief Committee on Russian Emigrants." Reports to the Commission of Inquiry of the League of Nations on the situation of Russian emigres in Manchuria, including petitions and correspondence

Box 4

"League of Nations" #1


"Covenant of the League of Nations," 1919


Records of sessions of the League of Nations, September-October 1936, September-October, 1935

Box 5

"League of Nations" #2. Records, 1935-1936

Box 6

"League of Nations" #3


Records of the Special Committee to study the constitution and practice and procedure of League Committees, 1935


List of members of the Committees of the League of Nations, 1934


Report to the Special Committee to study League committees, 1935


Minutes of the 91st Session (Extraordinary) of the Council, 1936


Response of the governments of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania to the circular letter 170, 1934


"Supply and Utilization of Information: Relations with International Organizations," 1934

Box 7-8

League of Nations, committees


Lytton Commission

Box 9-13


Box 14

Establishment of

Box 15


Box 16


Box 17


Box 18


Box 19

Salt revenue



Box 20-21


Box 22

Document and Analyses

Box 23-29

Interviews and Documents

Box 30-35

Newspapers and Magazines

Box 36-42


Box 43


Box 44

Mulxden Incident


Press Clippings

Box 45


Box 46-48

Japanese and Chinese

Box 49-55

International and League of Nations Official Documents

Box 56-58


Box: 59-69

Incremental materials

Scope and Content Note

This addition to the collection has not yet been described. Please let the Hoover Institution Archives know if you would like to see this material described.