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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Bulletin of Pan American Union. Volume LXXVIII. [July- December 1944.]. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1944

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Physical description 368 p. : illustrations, maps, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 10914
House document / 78th Congress, 2nd session. House ; no. 438, pt. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 78th Congress, no. 438, 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 three pages after Title page.
No. 7 (July 1944), p. 361.
Visit of the President-elect of Costa Rica to Washington, p. 361.
Haiti and rubber, by I. Lourie, p. 365.
Lillo's Lota, by Ruth Sedgwick, p. 371.
Adrian C. Escobar, p. 376.
The American Associations of Commerce and Production Council meeting, by William Manger, p. 378.
First conference of the Commissions of Inter-American Development, by Julian G. Zier, p. 382.
Rehabilitation of the national railways of Mexico, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 385.
The Americas and the war (Part XXVIII), p. 393.
Table of contents (No. 8) follows three pages after p. 420.
No. 9 (August 1944), p. 421.
Inter-American cultural relations, by G. Howland Shaw, p. 425.
Practical Inter-Americanism -- the work of the Washington Inter-American Training Center, by Henry Grattan Doyle, p. 429.
The Pan American Sanitary Bureau, by John R. Murdock, p. 436.
"Of one accord, of one mind" -- Pan American Day, 1944, p. 442.
Notes on music in the Americas, by Charles Seeger, p. 449.
Women of the Americas: Notes from the Inter-American Commission of Women, p. 453.
The Americas and the war (Part XXIX), p. 455.
Table of contents (No. 9) follows three pages after p. 480.
No. 9 (September 1944), p. 481.
Sarmiento the teacher -- twenty-one republics honor an irrepressible schoolmaster, by Clara Cutler Chapin, p. 481.
Dr. Padilla in Washington, p. 486.
Cuba's new president, Dr. Ramon Grau San Martin, p. 490.
The President of Uruguay and his message, p. 492.
Recommendation for the establishment of a preliminary international organization, p. 497.
Worker's from Mexico, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 500.
Notes on music in the Americas, by Charles Seeger, p. 507.
Women of the Americas: Notes from the Inter-American Commission of Women, p. 511.
The Americas and the war (Part XXX), p. 513.
Table of contents (No. 10) follows three pages after p. 540.
No. 10 (October 1944), p. 541.
Brazilian journey, by Raymond E. Crist, p. 541.
Francisco de Paula Gutierrez, ambassador of Costa Rica in the United States, p. 552.
Galo Plaza, ambassador of Ecuador in the United States, p. 554.
Journalists of twenty republics visit the United States, by Harry W. Frantz, p. 555.
Demonstrating Inter-American understanding in schools of the United States, by Helen K. Mackintosh, p. 563.
United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference, p. 569.
Spanish page: Las Tertulias de Leon, by Francisco Maria Nunez, p. 572.
Notes on music in the Americas, by Charles Seeger, p. 575.
The Americas and the war (Part XXXI), p. 579.
Table of contents (No. 11) follows three pages after p. 600.
No. 11 (November 1944), p. 601.
Ramon Grau San Martin visits the United States, p. 601.
The first Pan American Congress on Criminology, by John Edgar Hoover, p. 605.
Bryant and some of his Latin American friends, by Clara Cutler Chapin, p. 609.
The third conference of the Inter-American Bar Association, by Manuel S. Canyes, p. 613.
Brazilian journey (Part II), by Raymond E. Crist, p. 617.
Convention on the Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences, p. 622.
Notes on music in the Americas, phonograph records of music of the Americas, by Charles Seeger, p. 627.
The Americas and the war (Part XXXII), p. 634.
Table of contents (No. 12) follows three pages after p. 660.
No. 12 (December 1944), p. 661.
Reaffirmation of fundamental principles of international law, by Charles G. Fenwick, p. 661.
The Bandeirantes' silver jubilee -- Girl Scouts in Brazil, by Evelyn M. Freeman, p. 671.
Centenary of Rufino Jose Cuervo, by Ricardo J. Alfaro, p. 674.
Inter-American Technical Economic Conference, p. 681.
Pedro G. Beltran, ambassador of Peru in the United States, p. 684.
Registration of treaties in the Pan American Union, by Manuel S. Canyes, p. 685.
Electric power for Mexico, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 695.
The Americas and the war (Part XXXIII), p. 704.
Index (Volume LXXVIII), p. I.
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 Alfaro, Ricardo J.
Canyes, Manuel S.
Chapin, Clara Cutler.
Crist, Raymond E.
Doyle, Henry Grattan.
Fenwick, Charles G.
Frantz, Harry W.
Freeman, Evelyn M.
Hoover, J. Edgar, (John Edgar)
Lourie, I.
Mackintosh, Helen K.
Manger, William.
Murdock, John R.
Nunez, Francisco Maria.
Sedgwick, Ruth.
Seeger, Charles.
Shaw, G. Howland.
Tercero, Dorothy M.
Zier, Julian G.
Bolivia.
Chile.
Costa Rica.
Cuba.
Dominican Republic.
Ecuador.
El Salvador.
Guatemala.
Honduras.
Nicaragua.
Panama.
United States.
Uruguay.
Venezuela.
Pan American Union.
Subject Agricultural colleges.
Agricultural research.
Agriculture.
Business.
Conferences.
Criminology.
Culture.
Economic conditions.
Economic development.
Education.
Electric power.
Exports.
Foreign trade.
Imports.
International economic relations.
International law.
International organization.
International relations.
Linguistics.
Music.
Nationalization.
Pan American Day.
Peace.
Railroad freight operations.
Railroads.
Reconstruction (1939-1951)
Rubber industry and trade.
Rubber.
Scouting (Youth activity)
Sound recordings.
Spanish language.
Treaties.
Ambassadors and diplomats.
Foreign leaders.
Journalists.
Women.
Description and travel.
Monographs.
Treaties and Conventions.