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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Volume LXXIV. [July-December 1940.]. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1941

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Physical description 368 p. : illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 10532
House document / 76th Congress, 3rd session. House ; no. 531, pt. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 76th Congress, no. 531, pt. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12
Notes Publication contains discontinuous pagination.
Pagination continues from preceding publication, after prefatory material, at p. 481.
Table of contents (No. 7) follows four pages after Title page.
No. 7 (July, 1940), p. 481.
A quarter century of ocean transport in the Western Hemisphere, by Alfred H. Haag, p. 481.
The importance of rubber to the New World, by Everett G. Holt, p. 492.
Women of the Americas: III. Maria Francesca Reyes, Honduras, by Mariana de Caceres, p. 500.
Convention for the Establishment of an Inter-American Bank (1940), p. 503.
The eighth American Scientific Congress, p. 512.
Latin American foreign trade in 1937, 1938, and part of 1939, by Julian G. Zier, p. 528.
Table of contents (No. 8) follows three pages after p. 548.
No. 8 (August, 1940), p. 549.
Down the west coast of South America: III. Peru, by Frances M. Burlingame, p. 549.
Pan American Day, 1940, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 560.
Inter-America House -- symbol of unity, by Lawrence Stassin, p. 580.
Fourth Pan-American Conference of National Directors of Health, by Aristides A. Moll, p. 585.
Table of contents (No. 9) follows three pages after p. 608.
No. 9 (September, 1940), p. 609.
The Habana meeting of the ministers of foreign affairs of the American republics, by L.S. Rowe, p. 609.
Radio and the Americas, by James G. Harbord, p. 626.
Brazil nuts, by Arline Kern, p. 634.
The Federico Santa Maria Technical University, by Robert King Hall and Margaret Gwenllian Stanton, p. 641.
Table of contents (No. 10) follows three pages after p. 668.
No. 10 (October, 1940), p. 669.
Garden notes from South America, by Donald Gray, p. 669.
Your friend Brazil, by Ignez de Barros Barreto Correia d' Araujo, p. 680.
Musical education in Brazil, by Lisa M. Peppercorn, p. 689.
Down the west coast of South America: IV. Bolivia and Chile, by Frances M. Burlingame, p. 694.
The first Inter-American Congress on Indian Life, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 702.
Teachers are learning Spanish, by William Wachs, p. 712.
The Mexican pavilion at the New York World's Fair, 1939-1940, by Justino Fernandez, p. 714.
Table of contents (No. 11) follows three pages after p. 728.
No. 11 (November, 1940), p. 729.
Jews in Latin America, the colonial period, by Ernst Schwarz, p. 729.
Jose Gaspar de Francia, dictator of Paraguay, by Justo Pastor Benitez, p. 737.
Doctor Arnulfo Arias, president of the Republic of Panama, by E.J. Castillero R., p. 743.
Your friend Brazil (Part II), by Ignez de Barros Barreto Correia d' Araujo, p. 745.
Down the west coast of South America: V. Chile, by Frances M. Burlingame, p. 758.
Table of contents (No. 12) follows three pages after p. 788.
No. 12 (December, 1940), p. 789.
Message to the fourth Pan American Red Cross Conference, by Pedro Aguirre Cerda, p. 789.
The Chilean Red Cross, by Luis F. Brieba A., p. 790.
Reminiscences apropos of the IV Pan American Red Cross Conference, by Agustin Edwards, p. 797.
The Red Cross in America, by A.R. Larrosa, p. 804.
Chile's southern vacationland, Robert King Hall and Margaret Gwenllian Stanton, p. 811.
Three literary ladies of Spain's American colonies: Part I: Dona Leonor de Ovando, by James C. Bardin, p. 828.
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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Language notes English
Spanish
Other author Bardin, James C.
Benitez, Justo Pastor.
Brieba A., Luis F.
Burlingame, Frances M.
Castillero R., E.J.
Cerda, Pedro Aguirre.
Correia D' Araujo, Ignez de Barros Barreto.
De Caceres, Mariana.
Edwards, Agustin R.
Fernandez, Justino.
Gray, Donald.
Haag, Alfred H.
Hall, Robert King.
Harbord, James G.
Holt, Everett G.
Kern, Arline.
Larrosa, A.R.
Moll, Aristides A., (Aristides Alcibiades)
Peppercorn, L.M., (Lisa Margaret)
Rowe, L.S., (Leo Stanton)
Schwarz, E., (Ernst)
Stanton, Margaret Gwenllian.
Stessin, Larence.
Tercero, Dorothy M.
Wachs, William.
Zier, Julian G.
Bolivia.
Brazil.
Colombia.
Dominican Republic.
Ecuador.
Mexico.
Nicaragua.
Paraguay.
Pan American Union.
Subject Agricultural colleges.
Agriculture.
Bank charters.
Bank management.
Business.
Colonization.
Commercial aviation.
Conferences.
Cultural relations.
Culture.
Customs administration.
Despotism and dictatorship.
Economic conditions.
Education.
Elementary education.
Ethnic relations.
Exhibitions.
Exports.
Foreign aid.
Foreign banks and banking.
Foreign laws.
Foreign policy.
Foreign trade.
Gardens.
Good Neighbor policy (U.S.-Latin American relations)
Imports.
Indian art.
Indian craft.
Indian culture.
Indian lands.
International cooperation.
International economic relations.
International relations.
Iron and steel industry.
Literature.
Marine transportation.
Merchant marine.
Music.
Neutrality.
Nuts.
Pan American Day.
Politics and government.
Public health.
Radio.
Religious persecution.
Rubber industry and trade.
Rubber.
Spanish language.
Spanish-owned territories.
Speeches, addresses, etc.
Subversive activities.
Territories and possessions.
Transportation.
Treaties.
Tropical plants.
Universities and colleges.
Vocational and technical education.
World War II (1939-1945)
Ambassadors and diplomats.
Authors.
Ethnic groups and minorities.
Foreign leaders.
Indians.
Indigenous peoples.
Jews.
Teachers.
Monographs.
Treaties and Conventions.