Title:Chester Lloyd Jones research materials on Mexico, 1917-1919
Research materials on Mexico
Mexico and its reconstruction
Creator/Contributor:Jones, Chester Lloyd, 1881-1941, creator
Notes, interviews, and writings on Mexico's resources, economy, history, and people. Possibly related to his book: Mexico
and its reconstruction (1921).
Jones, Chester Lloyd -- 1881-1941 -- Archives
Jones, Chester Lloyd -- 1881-1941
Mexico -- Economic conditions -- 1918-
Mexico -- Politics and government
Chester Lloyd Jones research materials on Mexico, BANC MSS M-R 9, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Born in Hillside, Wisconsin in 1881, Chester Lloyd Jones graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1902 and received a
Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1906. He taught political science at the University of Pennsylvania from 1906-1910,
and was professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin from 1910 until 1920. During World War I he served as
Director of the Bureau of Foreign Agents of War Trade Board (1918-1919). He went on to become commercial attaché to the American
Embassy in Madrid, Spain (1919-1920), to the American Legation in Havana, Cuba (1921-1922) and to the American Embassy in
Paris, France (1922-1927). In 1928, he was adviser to the Pan American conference in Havana, Cuba. Upon returning to Wisconsin
in 1929, he became director of the university's school of commerce (1929-1935) and, until his death in 1941, was professor
of economics. He was the author of Caribbean Interests of the United States (1916), Mexico and Its Reconstruction (1921),
The Caribbean Since 1900 (1936), and several other works.
In English and Spanish.
1 box (.4 linear feet)
BANC MSS M-R 9 box 1