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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Volume LXXV. [January-June 1941.]. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1942

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Physical description 375 p. : illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 10642
House document / 77th Congress, 1st session. House ; no. 42, pt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 77th Congress, no. 42, pt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
Notes Table of contents (No. 1) follows three pages after Title page.
No. 1 (January, 1941), p. 1.
Maiden voyage to Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina, by Parks B. Pedrick, p. 1.
The discoverer of a new world in the New World -- the centenary of a book by John L. Stephens, archaeologist, diplomat, man of many parts, by Virgilio Rodriguez Beteta, p. 12.
Three literary ladies of Spain's American colonies: II. "Amarilis," by James C. Bardin, p. 19.
The Indian Service of Mexico, by Emil J. Sady, p. 25.
Five drawings of Mexican Indians, by Eben Comins, p. 31.
South America's oldest university initiates a summer school in Peru, by Wilson Leon Godshall, p. 39.
Your friend Brazil (Part III), by Ignez de Barros Barreto Correia d' Araujo, p. 41.
Table of contents (No. 2) follows three pages after p. 60.
No. 2 (February, 1941), p. 61.
Problems of America, p. 61.
Latin America as a source of strategic materials, by H.P. MacGowan, p. 94.
The Inter-American Maritime Conference, by Henry F. Grady, p. 109.
Pan Americanism or the New World's "new order," by William Sanders, p. 117.
Table of contents (No. 3) follows two pages after p. 137.
No. 3 (March, 1941), p. 137.
The gifts of Mexico, by Rafael Heliodora Valle, p. 137.
Three literary ladies of Spain's American colonies: III. Sor. Juana Ines de la Cruz, by James C. Bardin, p. 150.
Petion and Bolivar, by Jacques Leger, p. 161.
Carlos Antonio Lopez, first constitutional president of Paraguay, by Justo Pastor Benitez, p. 168.
Some sixteenth century histories and historians of America (Part IX), by A. Curtis Wilgus, p. 174.
Social welfare in Chile, by Margarita L. de Fresno and Luz Tocornal de Romero, p. 180.
Table of contents (No. 4) follows three pages after p. 196.
No. 4 (April, 1941), p. 197.
Song of the Americas, by Julia Cooley Altrocchi, p. 197.
The National Teachers College of Venezuela, by Charles C. Griffin, p. 199.
Seeking friendship in Mexico and Peru, by Fredrik DeCoste, p. 205.
Educating the Chilean huaso, by Robert King Hall and Margaret Gwenllian Stanton, p. 216.
Heredia, Costa Rica, by Esther Allen Gaw, p. 225.
Santiago through four centuries, by Rogelio Ugarte B., p. 235.
Table of contents (No. 5) follows three pages after p. 256.
No. 5 (May, 1941), p. 257.
Indigenous influences on the colonial architecture of Latin America, by Mario J. Buschiazzo, p. 257.
The winter "summer school" at the University of North Carolina, by Sturgis E. Leavitt, p. 266.
The Argentine gaucho, by Madaline W. Nichols, p. 271.
A practical method of smoothing statistical curves by hand, by Carlos Garcia-Mata, p. 276.
The Guatemalan art renaissance, by Constance Allen Ward, p. 282.
First Inter-American Conference on Economic and Commercial Education, by Lydia Brown, p. 290.
The United States market for Argentine exports, by John M. Leddy, p. 304.
Table of contents (No. 6) follows three pages after p. 316.
No. 6 (June, 1941), p. 317.
The dance in Mexico, by Guillermo Jimenez, p. 317.
Latin American envoys in Washington and the presidency, by Rogelio E. Alfaro, p. 328.
Pan American cooperation in agriculture, by Jose L. Colom, p. 330.
The influence of the United States on Argentine institutions, by Enrique Martinez Paz, p. 337.
The Inter-American Commission of Women: Meeting in Washington, by Ana Rosa S. de Martinez Guerrero, p. 346.
Pan American Day in Washington, 1941, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 350.
United States trade with Latin America in 1940, by Julian G. Zier, p. 357.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2008. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
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Other author Alfaro, Rogelio E.
Altrocchi, Julia Cooley.
Bardin, James C.
Benitez, Justo Pastor.
Beteta, Virgilio Rodriguez.
Brown, Lydia.
Buschiazzo, Mario J.
Colom, Jose L.
Comins, Eben F.
Correia D' Araujo, Ignez de Barros Barreto.
De Fresno, Margarita L.
De Romero, Luz Tocornal.
DeCoste, Fredrik.
Garcia-Mata, Carlos.
Gaw, Esther Allen.
Godshall, Wilson Leon.
Grady, Henry F.
Griffin, Charles C.
Guerrero, Ana Rosa S. de Martinez.
Hall, Robert King.
Jimenez, Guillermo.
Leavitt, Sturgis E., (Sturgis Elleno)
Leddy, John M.
Leger, Jacques.
MacGowan, H.P.
Nichols, Madaline W.
Paz, Enrique Martinez.
Pedrick, Parks B.
Sady, Emil J.
Sanders, William.
Stanton, Margaret Gwenllian.
Tercero, Dorothy M.
Ugarte B., Rogelio.
Valle, Rafael Heliodoro.
Ward, Constance Allen.
Wilgus, A. Curtis, (Alva Curtis)
Zier, Julian G.
Pan American Union.
Subject Agricultural policy.
Agriculture.
Archaeology.
Architecture.
Art.
Balance of power.
Bauxite.
Business.
Child welfare.
Conferences.
Culture.
Dance.
Economic conditions.
Education.
Exports.
Foreign aid.
Foreign study.
Foreign trade.
History.
Imports.
Indian culture.
Indian education.
Indian policy.
International cooperation.
International economic relations.
International relations.
Literature.
Merchant marine.
Neutrality.
Pan American Day.
Passenger ships.
Poetry.
Public health.
Public welfare.
Steamboat lines.
Treaties.
Universities and colleges.
World War II (1939-1945)
Ambassadors and diplomats.
Authors.
Explorers.
Foreign leaders.
Historians.
Indians.
Poets.
Description and travel.
Statistics.
Monographs.