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Author United States. Congress. House.

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

Published Washington, DC, 1941

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Physical description 497 p. : illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 10531
House document / 76th Congress, 3rd session. House ; no. 531, pt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 76th Congress, no. 531, pt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
Notes Publication contains discontinuous pagination.
Index to Vol. LXXIV, p. III.
Table of contents (No. 1) follows four pages after p. XVII.
No. 1 (January, 1940), p. 1.
Inauguration of the Inter-American Financial and Economic Advisory Committee, p. 1.
Down the west coast of South America: I. Colombia, by Frances M. Burlingame, p. 9.
Latin American Exhibition of Fine and Applied Art, p. 19.
Cooperation between the United States and the other American republics: The loan of civilian technical and administrative experts, by Ellis O. Briggs, p. 32.
Exhibitions of United States books in South America, by Richard Patte, p. 34.
Traveling exhibit of Latin American books, p. 40.
Spanish American poetry: A survey for 1938, by Francisco Aguilera, p. 42.
The Pan American League, by A. Curtis Wilgus, p. 49.
Table of contents (No. 2) follows three pages after p. 60.
No. 2 (February, 1940), p. 61.
First meeting of finance ministers of the American republics, p. 61.
El Salvador -- land of tradition and progress, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 71.
The churches of Bogota -- their art and architecture, by George W. Grupp, p. 84.
Some Cuban cities, by Luz Bertran, p. 95.
What the Dominican Republic is doing for education, by Julius Moritzen, p. 103.
Table of contents (No. 3) follows three pages after p. 120.
A sentimental journey in Peru, by Julia MacLean Vinas, p. 123.
The "Ollantay" of Ricardo Rojas -- an Inca tragedy for modern audiences, by Angel Flores, p. 149.
The churches of Bogota -- their art and architecture (Part II), by George W. Grupp, p. 154.
The second Labor Conference of the American States, by Moises Poblete Troncoso, p. 173.
Table of contents (No. 4) follows three pages after p. 188.
No. 4 (April, 1940), p. 189.
Foreword, by Cordell Hull, p. 189.
The Pan American Union and the Pan American conferences, by L.S. Rowe, p. 193.
The Pan American Union, 1890-1940, p. 201.
A half century of Pan Americanism, by Ricardo J. Alfaro, p. 214.
International life and international law in America, by Alejandro Alvarez, p. 232.
Reminiscences of the first International Conference of American States, by Manuel Elguera, p. 263.
Inter-American agricultural cooperation, by Henry A. Wallace, p. 265.
Fifty years of inter-American trade, by George Wythe, p. 277.
A half century of economic progress in America, by Alejandro E. Shaw, p. 291.
Inter-American communications, by Thomas Burke, p. 310.
Fifty years of intellectual cooperation in the Americas, by Miguel Ozorio de Almeida, p. 325.
Half a century of medical and public health progress, by Aristides A. Moll, p. 341.
Table of contents (No. 5) follows three pages after p. 360.
No. 5 (May, 1940), p. 361.
Down the west coast of South America: II. Ecuador, by Frances M. Burlingame, p. 361.
Patzcuaro, by Fred E. Wankan, p. 375.
Lasar Segall of Sao Paulo, by Robert C. Smith, p. 382.
Some sixteenth century histories and historians of America (Part VIII), by A. Curtis Wilgus, p. 392.
The Ricardo Guiraldes Gaucho Park, by Enrique Udaondo, p. 398.
United States trade with Latin America in 1939, by Julian G. Zier, p. 400.
Protest of the American republics to the belligerent countries, p. 403.
Table of contents (No. 6) follows three pages after p. 420.
No. 6 (June, 1940), p. 421.
The fiftieth anniversary of the Pan American Union in Washington, p. 421.
Francisco de Paula Santander, 1840-1940, by Daniel Samper Ortega, p. 437.
International Congress of Americanists: I. Meeting at Lima, Peru, September 10-16, 1939, by Estuardo Nunez, p. 448.
II. Meeting at Mexico City, August 5-15, 1939, p. 454.
The Inter-American Bibliographical and Library Association -- third annual convention, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 457.
The cruiser "La Argentina" at San Francisco, California, by Aubrey Drury, p. 463.
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 Aguilera, Francisco.
Alfaro, Ricardo J.
Almeida, Miguel Ozorio de.
Alvarez, Alejandro.
Bertran, Luz.
Briggs, Ellis O.
Burke, Thomas.
Burlingame, Frances M.
Drury, Aubrey.
Elguera, Manuel.
Flores, Angel.
Grupp, George W.
Hull, Cordell, 1871-1955.
Moll, Aristides A., (Aristides Alcibiades)
Mortizen, Julius.
Nunez, Estuardo.
Patte, Richard.
Rowe, L.S., (Leo Stanton)
Samper Ortega, Daniel.
Shaw, Alejandro.
Smith, Robert C.
Tercero, Dorothy M.
Troncoso, Moises Poblete.
Udaondo, Enrique.
Vinas, Julia MacLean.
Wallace, Henry Agard, 1888-1965.
Wankan, Fred E.
Wilgus, A. Curtis, (Alva Curtis)
Wythe, George.
Zier, Julian G.
Pan American Union.
Subject Agriculture.
Architecture.
Art.
Artists.
Books.
Boundaries.
Business.
Churches.
Commemorations.
Commercial aviation.
Conferences.
Cultural relations.
Culture.
Diplomatic protests.
Economic conditions.
Economic development.
Education.
Exhibitions.
Exports.
Foreign laws.
Foreign policy.
Foreign trade.
Good Neighbor policy (U.S.-Latin American relations)
History.
Housing.
Imports.
International cooperation.
International economic relations.
International organization.
International relations.
Labor.
Libraries.
Literature.
Naval operations.
Neutral trade with belligerents.
Neutrality.
Poetry.
Politics and government.
Population.
Public health.
Public welfare.
Theater.
Tourism and tourists.
Treaties.
World War II (1939-1945)
Ambassadors and diplomats.
Foreign leaders.
Historians.
Description and travel.
Monographs.