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Author United States. Congress. House.

Title Bulletin of the Pan American Union. Volume LXXX. [January-June 1946.]. [electronic resource]

Published Washington, DC, 1946


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 360 p. : illustrations, maps, tables.
Series United States congressional serial set; serial set no. 11102
House document / 79th Congress, 2nd session. House ; no. 410, pt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
House document (United States. Congress. House) ; 79th Congress, no. 410, pt. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6
Notes Table of contents (No. 1) follows three pages after Title page.
No. 1 (January 1946), p. 1.
Colonial art in Bahia, by Elisio de Carvalho Lisboa, p. 1.
The Inter-American Economic and Social Council, p. 12.
The Dominican Land and Mortgage Bank, p. 18.
The development of aviation in Latin America, by George Rihl, p. 22. Gabriela Mistral, by Fernando Alegria, p. 29.
Art of the Americas, p. 34.
The Inter-American Bar Association holds its fourth conference, by George Maurice Morris and William Roy Vallance, p. 37.
Argentina's cottage homes for children, by Negley K. Teeters, p. 41. The Americas and the war (Part XLVI), p. 45.
Table of contents (No. 2) follows three pages after p. 60.
No. 2 (February 1946), p. 61.
Potentials in inter-American technical book publishing, by James S. Thompson, p. 61.
Rafael Arevalo Martinez, delegate of Guatemala to the Governing Board of the Pan American Union, p. 66.
Mateo Marques Castro, delegate of Uruguay to the Governing Board of the Pan American Union, p. 68.
Alice de Toledo Ribas Tibirica, by Ignez B.C. d'Araujo, p. 70.
Pages from "A Naturalist in Cuba," by Thomas Barbour, p. 74. Brazilian names, by Annie d'Armond Marchant, p. 79.
Francisco Cabrera (1781-1845), by Lilly de Jongh Osborne, p. 84.
A concert season in Rio de Janeiro, by Everett Helm, p. 86.
Women of the Americas, p. 91.
The Americas and the war (Part XLVII), p. 93.
Table of contents (No. 3) follows six pages after p. 120.
No. 3 (March 1946), p. 121.
Keeping the peace in America, by George A. Finch, p. 123.
Books in cultural relations, by Herschel Brickell, p. 129.
Books of the Americas, by Clara Cutler Chapin, p. 132.
A sampling of Pan American books, p. 141.
The Museum of Gold of the Bank of the Republic, Bogota, by Gregorio Hernandez de Alba, p. 171.
Table of contents (No. 4) follows three pages after p. 180.
No. 4 (April 1946), p. 181.
Guatemala's intriguing Peten problem, by Atherton Lee, p. 181. Brazil's new president, General Eurico Gaspar Dutra, p. 187.
Antonio Rocha, representative of Colombia on the Governing Board of the Pan American Union, p. 188.
Luis Quintanilla, representative of Mexico on the Governing Board of the Pan American Union, p. 190.
Tocuyo celebrates its fourth centennial, by Christine Hudson Kempton, p. 192.
Campeche, Yucatan, by Luisa Gregory, p. 197.
Air excursion in Nicaragua, by Edward Heiliger, p. 201.
Streamlined English, by A.D. Thiessen, p. 209.
Women of the Americas, p. 214.
Table of contents (No. 5) follows three pages after p. 240.
No. 5 (May 1946), p. 241.
Housing progress in South America, by Jacob Crane, p. 241.
Joao Carlos Muniz, representative of Brazil on the Governing Board of the Pan American Union, p. 249.
Volta Redonda opens new economic cycle for Brazil, by Jose Silvado Bueno, p. 250.
Paintings by Humberto Garavito, by Lilly de Jongh Osborne, p. 257. Uruguay's big power development, p. 260.
Mexican Irrigation Commission, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 265.
Rural education program in Bolivia, by Lloyd H. Hughes, p. 267. Spanish page -- El Castellano en America, by Armando Solano, p. 274.
Women of the Americas, p. 275.
Table of contents (No. 6) follows three pages after p. 300.
No. 6 (June 1946), p. 301.
Gabriela Mistral at the Pan American Union, p. 301.
Alfredo Machado Hernandez, ambassador of Venezuela, p. 314. Modern trends in Latin American literature, by Pedro de Alba, p. 316. Sotomayor, painter of Bolivia, by Jose Geomez Sicre, p. 322.
A trip to the Llanos of Colombia, by Hazel S. Grant, p. 326.
Social service and legal assistance in Chile, by Rebeca Izquierdo Phillips, p. 334.
Guatemalan pines, by Paul C. Standley, p. 337.
Postwar measures in the American republics, by Dorothy M. Tercero, p. 340.
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 Alegria, Fernando.
Barbour, Thomas.
Brickell, Herschel.
Chapin, Clara Cutler.
Crane, Jacob.
D'Araujo, Ignez B.C.
De Alba, Pedro.
Finch, George A.
Gomez Sicre, Jose.
Grant, Hazel S.
Gregory, Luisa.
Heiliger, Edward.
Helm, Everett.
Hernandez de Alba, Gregorio.
Hughes, Lloyd H.
Kempton, Christine Hudson.
Lee, Atherton.
Lisboa, Elisio de Carvalho.
Marchant, Annie d'Armond.
Morris, George Maurice.
Osborne, Lilly de Jongh.
Phillips, Rebeca Izquierdo.
Rihl, George.
Silvado Bueno, Jose.
Solano, Armando.
Standley, Paul Carpenter.
Teeters, Negley K., (Negley King)
Tercero, Dorothy M.
Thiessen, A.D.
Thompson, James S.
Vallance, William Roy.
Pan American Union.
Subject Aeronautics.
Cultural relations.
Economic conditions.
Electric power.
English language.
Foreign banks and banking.
Foreign trade.
International relations.
Iron and steel industry.
Juvenile detention homes.
Legal assistance to the poor.
Nobel Prizes.
Public welfare.
Publishers and publishing.
Reconstruction (1939-1951)
Rural areas.
Social policy.
World War II (1939-1945)
Ambassadors and diplomats.
Foreign leaders.
Associations, institutions, etc.
Description and travel.