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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Pan American Union. [Volume LXXVII. July-December 1943.]. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1943

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Physical description 367 p. : illustrations, maps, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 10827
House document / 78th Congress, 1st session. House ; no. 37, pt. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 78th Congress, no. 37, pt. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12
Notes Pagination continues from preceding publication, after prefatory material, at p. 361.
Table of contents (No. 7) follows two pages after Title page.
No. 7 (July 1943), p. 361.
Inter-American trade scholarship program, p. 366.
Bolivian dances, by Nilda Nunez del Prado, p. 370.
The Buenos Aires Garden Club in wartime, by Margaret A. Corbett, p. 375.
Mexico's social security law, p. 377.
Embassies replace legations, p. 381.
Alberto Lleras Camargo, ambassador of Colombia in the United States, p. 386.
Enrique Adolfo Jimenez, ambassador of Panama in the United States, p. 388.
The Americas and the war (Part XVI), p. 390.
Table of contents (No. 8) follows three pages after p. 420.
No. 8 (August 1943), p. 391.
Mexican painting, by Francisco Castillo Najera, p. 421.
The President of Paraguay in Washington, p. 426.
United Nations Conference on Food and Agriculture, p. 430.
Music education in the Americas, by Vanett Lawler, p. 433.
The ambassador of Costa Rica to the United States, p. 438.
"Who were mending their nets," by Robert King Hall, p. 440.
The Atl-atl, by Eben F. Comins, p. 446.
The Americas and the war (Part XVII), p. 447.
Table of contents (No. 9) follows three pages after p. 480.
No. 9 (September 1943), p. 481.
A glance at Chilean universities, by Ruth Sedgwick, p. 481.
Government custodianship of coffee plantations in Guatemala, p. 488.
Light reading in sixteenth century Spanish America, by Irving Leonard, p. 493.
Inter-American Folk Festival, p. 500.
Registration of treaties in the Pan American Union (Part I), by Manuel S. Canyes, p. 505.
The Americas and the war (Part XVIII), p. 511.
Table of contents (No. 11) follows three pages after p. 540.
No. 10 (October 1943), p. 541.
Sao Paulo, the fastest growing city in the world, by Benjamin H. Namm, p. 541.
Emergency Advisory Committee for Political Defense, p. 551.
Guillermo Sevilla Sacasa, ambassador of Nicaragua to the United States, p. 555.
Guatemala sojourn, by Helen S. Williams, p. 558.
The Bulletin of the Pan American Union, 1893-1943, by Annie d'Armond Marchant, p. 564.
Turning some old pages of the Bulletin, 1893-1903, p. 573.
The Americas and the war (Part XIX), p. 582.
Registration of treaties in the Pan American Union (Part II), by Manuel S. Canyes, p. 594.
Table of contents (No. 11) follows three pages after p. 600.
No. 11 (November 1943), p. 601.
Women's organizations in Ecuador, Paraguay, and Peru, by Mary M. Cannon, p. 601.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile in Washington, p. 607.
A sentimental journey in Peru: IV. Jauja and Ocopa, by Julia MacLean Vinas, p. 611.
A tribute to Esteban Gil Borges, p. 618.
Second conference of the Inter-American Bar Association, by William Roy Vallance, p. 621.
Ecuador's balsa, by Francisco Banda C., p. 626.
Cuatlicue, by Eben F. Comins, p. 631.
Guggenheim fellowships, 1943, p. 637.
Spanish page: El mundo del cinco y diez, by German Arciniegas, p. 640.
The Americas and the war (Part XX), p. 641.
Table of contents (No. 12) follows three pages after p. 660.
No. 12 (December 1943), p. 661.
Road to beauty, by William Vogt, p. 661.
The President of Haiti visits Washington, p. 672.
Report of Mexican-American Commission for Economic Cooperation, p. 676.
The study of English in Latin American universities, by Ben Frederic Carruthers, p. 682.
The Americas and the war (Part XXI), p. 690.
Index (Volume LXXVII), p. 721.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Chester, Vt.: NewsBank, inc., 2008. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to Readex U.S. Congressional Serial Set subscribers.
Usage Terms Copyright 2008 by NewsBank, Inc. All rights reserved.
Language notes English
Spanish
Other author Arciniegas, German.
Banda C., Francisco.
Cannon, Mary M.
Canyes, Manuel S.
Carruthers, Ben Frederic.
Castillo Najera, Francisco.
Comins, Eben F.
Corbett, Margaret A.
Hall, Robert King.
Lawler, Vanett.
Leonard, Irving.
MacLean Vinas, Julia.
Marchant, Annie d'Armond.
Namm, Benjamin H.
Nunez del Prado, Nilda.
Sedgwick, Ruth.
Vallance, William Roy.
Vogt, William.
Williams, Helen S.
Pan American Union.
Subject Agriculture.
Art.
Business.
Coffee industry.
Coffee.
Conferences.
Cost of living.
Culture.
Dance.
Economic conditions.
Education.
Embassies and consulates.
English language.
Exports.
Fish trapping.
Fisheries and fishing industry.
Fishing nets.
Foreign laws.
Foreign ownership of real property.
Foreign trade.
Forfeiture.
Imports.
International economic relations.
International relations.
Literature.
Museums.
Music.
Mythology.
Plantations.
Reconstruction (1939-1951)
Scholarships.
Sculpture.
Social security.
Spanish-owned territories.
Territories and possessions.
Treaties.
Trees.
Universities and colleges.
Women's universities and colleges.
World War II (1939-1945)
Ambassadors and diplomats.
Foreign leaders.
Associations, institutions, etc.
Description and travel.
Recording and registration.
Monographs.