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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Volume LXXVIII. [January-June 1944.]. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1944


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 360 p. : illustrations, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 10913
House document / 78th Congress, 2nd session. House ; no. 438, pt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 78th Congress, no. 438, pt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
Notes Table of contents (No. 1) follows three pages after Title page.
No. 1 (January 1944), p. 1.
Friendship between Brazil and the United States, by Aluysio Guedes Regis Bittencourt, p. 1.
Ministers and Directors of Education of the American Republics -- first conference, Panama, 1943, p. 13.
Luis Hidalgo's wax figures, p. 16.
The presidency in the Americas, p. 20.
The Americas and the war (Part XXII), p. 24.
Table of contents (No. 2) follows three pages after p. 60.
No. 2 (February 1944), p. 61.
The Americas and the world order, by L.S. Rowe, p. 61.
Belgrano and Washington -- their collaboration in immortality, by Courtney Letts de Espil, p. 64.
Glimpses of Latin America, p. 81.
The Pan American centenary of the postage stamp, p. 106.
Pan American Day, April 14, 1944, p. 108.
The Americas and the war (Part XXIII), p. 109.
Table of contents (No. 3) follows three pages after p. 120.
No. 3 (March 1944), p. 121.
The President of Venezuela visits the United States, p. 121.
A young man's chances in the Latin American field, by James S. Carson, p. 127.
Mexican-United States friendship, by Francisco Castillo Najera, p. 134.
Gabriel Turbay, ambassador of Colombia in the United States, p. 139.
The national palace, Guatemala City, by Lilly de Jongh Osborne, p. 141.
The meetings of consultation, by Manuel S. Canyes, p. 144.
Portuguese page: De Sao Paulo a Curitiba, by Luiz Edmundo, p. 157.
The Americas and the war (Part XXIV), p. 158.
Table of contents (No. 4) follows three pages after p. 180.
No. 4 (April 1944), p. 181.
Tribute of the governing board on the centenary of independence of the Dominican Republic, p. 181.
Generalissimo Rael L. Trujillo Molina, president of the Dominican Republic, p. 183.
Anselmo Copello, ambassador of the Dominican Republic in the United States, p. 185.
To the Dominican Republic on its centenary, by L.S. Rowe, p. 188.
Centenary of independence of the Dominican Republic -- ceremonies at the Pan American Union, p. 189.
Duarte, a symbol, by Federico C. Alvarez, p. 197.
The School of Pan American Agriculture -- new center for tropical agriculture in Honduras, by Charles Morrow Wilson, p. 210.
Inter-American commercial arbitration, by Frances Kellor, p. 218.
The Americas and the war (Part XXV), p. 223.
Table of contents (No. 5) follows three pages after p. 240.
No. 5 (May 1944), p. 241.
The flag of Cuba, p. 241.
Oaxaca, green city, by Rafael Heliodoro Valle, p. 246.
Some musical guests from Brazil, p. 250.
The Library of American Classics, by Carlos Garcia-Prada, p. 254.
Bolivia in nativist literature, by Carlos Acuna, p. 256.
The first steam railways of Latin America, by J. Fred Rippy, p. 259.
An international conference sponsored by southwestern universities, by Lyle Saunders, p. 268.
Fifth Pan American Highway Congress, p. 273.
American figures, past and present: I. Daniel Samper Ortega of Colombia, by Clara Cutler Chapin, p. 278.
Spanish page: El Domingo, by Paulo E. Forero, p. 280.
The Americas and the war (Part XXVI), p. 281.
Table of contents (No. 6) follows three pages after p. 300.
No. 6 (June 1944), p. 301.
Pan American Day in Washington, p. 301.
American unity, by Julian R. Caceres, p. 307.
Manuel de Freyere y Santander, p. 309.
American figures past and present: II. Carlos Chavez of Mexico, by Mauricio Magdaleno, p. 311.
The fourth meeting of Inter-American Commission of Women, p. 314.
Placido -- centenary of a Cuban poet, by Clara Cutler Chapin, p. 318.
Flying down to Punta Arenas, by W.A. Raleigh, Jr., p. 320.
Portuguese page: Quem for Anna Nery, p. 334.
The Americas and the war, p. 335.
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
Other author Acuna, Carlos.
Alvarez, Federico C.
Alves, Castro.
Bittencourt, Aluysio Guedes Regis.
Boissard, Violet.
Caceres, Julian R.
Camacho, Manuel Avila.
Canyes, Manuel S.
Carson, James S.
Castillo Najera, Francisco.
Chapin, Clara Cutler.
De Espil, Courtney Letts.
Echague, Juan Pablo.
Edmundo, Luiz.
Forero, Paulo E.
Garcia-Prada, Carlos.
Herrera y Reissig, Herminia.
Kellor, Frances.
Leon, Miguel Angel.
Magdaleno, Mauricio.
Osborne, Lilly de Jongh.
Padron, Julian.
Petit, Magdalena.
Price-Mars, Jean.
Raleigh, W.A., Jr.
Reyes, Marcos Carias.
Rippy, J. Fred, (James Fred)
Rowe, L.S., (Leo Stanton)
Samper Ortega, Daniel.
Saunders, Lyle.
Valdelomar, Abraham.
Valle, Rafael Heliodoro.
Wilson, Charles Morrow.
Pan American Union.
Subject Agricultural colleges.
Agricultural education.
Cultural relations.
Economic conditions.
Economic development.
Foreign trade.
International business enterprises.
International cooperation.
International economic relations.
International organization.
International relations.
Pan American Day.
Petroleum industry and trade.
Politics and government.
Postage stamps.
Reconstruction (1939-1951)
Tropical plants.
World War II (1939-1945)
Ambassadors and diplomats.
Foreign leaders.