William Roy Vallance Papers

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WILLIAM ROY VALLANCE PAPERS
Creator:
Call Number: A.V17
Dates: 1908-1967
Physical Description: 212 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Scope and Content
Arrangement
Immediate Source of Acquisition
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Content List
STATE PAPERS
ALIENS AND IMMIGRATION
Box 1. Aliens
Box 2. Immigration Acts of 1921 and 1924
Boxes 3-9. Interdepartmental Visa Review Committee Opinions, January, 1942-January, 1945
Box 10. IVRC Memoranda, 1942 - 1945
Box 11. IVRC Testimony, 1942 - 1945
Box 12. Visas
AVIATION
Box 13. Aviation. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1919 - 1949
CANADIAN RELATIONS
Boxes 14-15. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1919 - 1959, undated
Box 88 - Inheritances; MARITIME ISSUES
Boxes 98, 101, 102 - Fishing, Shipping
Box 16. Seizure of U.S. Fishing Vessels. Correspondence
Box 17. International Joint Commission
Box 18. International Joint Commission
Box 19. International Joint Commission
Boxes 20-21. International Joint Commission: Printed Material, August, 1956 - 1966, undated
Box 22. International Joint Commission: Columbia River and Tributaries Review Report, October 1, 1948
Boxes 23-24. International Joint Commission: Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project Report to the IJC, October, 1959 and Appendices 1 - 18
Box 25. International Joint Commission: St. Lawrence Seaway. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1939 - 1962, undated
COMMUNICATIONS
Box 26. Correspondence
Boxes 27-30. Correspondence : August, 1920 - 1941, undated
Box 31. Reports, Directives, and Miscellaneous Non-correspondence: 1909 - 1935, undated
Box 32. Printed Material by Topic
Boxes 33-34. Printed Material: 1885 - 1941, undated
Boxes 35-37. Information on Communications in Foreign Countries
Box 38. Allocation of German Cables After World War I
Box 39. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Box 40. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Box 41. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Box 42. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Box 43. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Box 44. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Box 45. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Box 46. Technical Interallied Committee on Radio Communication [Paris, 1921]
Box 47. Technical Interallied Committee on Radio Communication [Paris, 1921]
Box 48. Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee
Box 49. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]: Correspondence, 1918 - 1928
Box 50. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]
Box 51. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]
Box 52. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]
Box. 53. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]
Box. 54. International Telegraph Conference [Paris, 1925]
Box 55. International Telegraph Conference [Paris, 1925]
Box 56. International Telegraph Conference [Paris, 1925]
Box 57-58. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Correspondence, 1913 - 1931
Box 59. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Box 60. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Box 61. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Box 62. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Box 63. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Box 64. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Minutes, Documents 201 - 334 (French text)
Box 65. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Minutes, Documents 101 - 335. Bound
Box 66. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Minutes, Documents 180 - 265 (French text). Bound
Box 67. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Box 68. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Minutes, Documents 102 - 329. Extra, incomplete
Box 69. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington 1927]
Box 70. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Box 71. International Telegraph Conference [Brussels, 1928] : Correspondence and Printed Material, 1926 - 1933, undated
Box 72. International Technical Consultative Committee on Radio Communications [The Hague, 1929]: Correspondence, 1929 - 1931
Box 73. International Technical Consultative Committee [The Hague, 1929]
Box 74. Fourth International Radio Conference [Madrid, 1932]
Box 75. Miscellaneous International Communications Conferences, 1921 - 1928
Box 76. Miscellaneous International Communications Conferences, 1929 - 1936
Box 77. Miscellaneous U.S. Communications Conferences, 1921 - 1933
Box 78. International Committee on Wireless Telegraphy. American Section. Correspondence, April, 1930 - 1937; Printed Material, 1927 - 1930, undated
DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY
Box 79. General Correspondence
Box 80. Tax Exemptions
Box 81. Tax Exemptions
Box 82. Tax Exemptions
INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS
Box 83. Correspondence, 1918 - 1948
Box 84. American and British Claims Arbitration
Box 85. Business Claims
Box 86. Cable Claims
Box 87. Criminal Claims
Box 88. Inheritance Claims
Box 89. Inheritance Claims
Box 90. Mexican Claims
Box 91. Mexican Expropriation
Box 92. Shipping Claims
Box 93. World War I Alien Property Claims
Box 94. World War I Claims Commission
Box 95. World War I Prize Court Cases
LATIN AMERICAN RELATIONS
Box 96. Latin American Relations
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Box 97. League of Nations
MARITIME ISSUES
Box 98. Fishing
Box 99. Whaling
Box 100. Seamen
Box 101. Shipping
Box 102. Shipping
Box 103. Shipping. Printed Material, 1894 - 1940, undated
PROHIBITION
Boxes 104-107. Correspondence, 1906 - 1939
Box 108. Clippings and Press Releases, 1922 - 1935
Box 109. Legal Documents and Speeches
Box 110. Liquor Control Conferences, 1919 - 1926
Box 111. Liquor Control Conferences, 1925 - 1926
Box 112. Liquor Control Conferences, 1926 - 1935
Box 113. Coast Guard Intelligence Reports
Boxes 114-119. Rumrunners. A - Z
Boxes 120-129. I'm Alone Case. Correspondence, 1925 - 1934
Box 130. I'm Alone Case. Correspondence
Box 131. I'm Alone Case. Hearings
Box 132. I'm Alone Case. Court Proceedings
Box 133. I'm Alone Case. Trials, Evidence, Appeals
Box 134. I'm Alone Case. Arbitration Documents
Box 135. I'm Alone Case. Arbitration Hearings. Transcripts: December, 1934 - January, 1935, vols. 2-4
Box 136. I'm Alone Case. Arbitration. Government Publications
Box 137. I'm Alone Case. Documents and Photographs
Box 138. I'm Alone Case. Photograph Albums
Box 139. I'm Alone Case. Clippings
STATE DEPARTMENT
Boxes 140-144. Correspondence, 1889 - 1957
Box 145. Internal Organization
Boxes 146-149. Printed Material, 1913 - 1965, undated
TAXATION
Box 150. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1921 - 1941
UNITED NATIONS
Box 151. Documents
U.S. FOREIGN SERVICE
Boxes 152-153. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1946, undated
Box 154. Consular Regulations
Box 155. Consular Regulations
U.S. GOVERNMENT
Box 156. Treasury Department
Box 157. Domestic Affairs; Correspondence and Printed Material, 1913 - 1941. Material covers constitutional amendments and matters pertaining to the Presidency
Box 158. U.S. Courts of Appeal and Miscellaneous Courts. Opinions and Briefs, 1911 - 1957
Boxes 159-160. U.S. Supreme Court. Opinions and Briefs, 1918 - 1966
U.S. TERRITORIAL INSULAR POSSESSIONS
Box 161. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1941
WORLD WARS
Box 162. World War I
Box 163. World War II
PERSONAL PAPERS
Boxes 164-174
Box 175
Box 176
Box 177
Box 178-181
Boxes 182-188
Boxes 189-191
Box 192
Boxes 193-195
Box 195
Box 196
Research in International Law, 1931 - 1942
Box 197
Box 198
Box 199
Box 200
Box 201
Box 202
Box 203
Boxes 204-208
Box 208
Box 209
Box 210
Box 211
Box 212
ARTICLES AND ADDRESSES BY WILLIAM ROY VALLANCE
Collection Overview
Title: WILLIAM ROY VALLANCE PAPERS
Call Number: A.V17
Dates: 1908-1967
Physical Description: 212 boxes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Scope and Content
The Vallance Papers were presented by William Roy Vallance (University of Rochester, Class of 1910) in 1964 and 1967. The papers, related to Vallance's career in the State Department, consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, proposals, documents, pamphlets, publications, other printed material, and memorabilia. Where not otherwise specified, the material is classified in two categories: correspondence and printed material. Much of the correspondence, especially letters from prominent government officials, exists as carbon copies. "Printed material" is a term used loosely to refer not only to the products of the printing press, but also to typewritten reports, directives, speeches, articles, and anything else that cannot properly be classified as correspondence. Where no type of material is specified in the description, it is understood that both types are included.

The bulk of the collection covers the years 1920-1940 and falls into two large subject categories: state and personal papers. In the 163 boxes of state papers there is emphasis on prohibition violations and early conferences on radio and telegraph law. Also represented are aliens and immigration, international claims, maritime issues, miscellaneous State Department correspondence, and other subjects. Since Vallance served on the British Empire desk in the office of the Solicitor of the State Department, a good deal of his state papers concerns British Commonwealth countries, especially Canada.

Three quarters of the 49 boxes of personal papers deal with the formation and perpetuation of various law groups in which Vallance was active, in particular the American Bar Association, the Inter-American Bar Association, which he helped to found, and the Federal Bar Association, of which he was a six-time president. The remainder of the personal papers include affiliations and personal correspondence.

Arrangement
STATE PAPERS

PERSONAL PAPERS

Immediate Source of Acquisition
The collection was a gift of William Roy Vallance, presented to Rush Rhees Library in 1964 and 1967.Access
The WILLIAM ROY VALLANCE PAPERS is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], WILLIAM ROY VALLANCE PAPERS, A.V17, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
See also "The I'm Alone Case: A Tale from the Days of Prohibition" (University of Rochester Library Bulletin XXIII:3, Spring 1968) by Nancy Galey Skoglund, and article based on this collection.


Administrative Information
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Publisher: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester
Address:
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Content List
STATE PAPERS
ALIENS AND IMMIGRATION
Box 1. Aliens
Folder:
1. Rights of Aliens. Correspondence, 1922 - 1941
2. Rights of Aliens. Correspondence, 1922 - 1941
3. Rights of Aliens. Printed Material, 1923 - 1940, undated
4. Suit Testing Pennsylvania Alien Registration Law. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1939 - 1940
5. Enemy Aliens in the United States. Correspondence, 1940 - 1942
6. Insane Aliens. Deportation and Reception. Correspondence, 1940
7. Federal Code on Aliens, 1918
8. Clippings, Articles, Press Releases, 1917 - 1941
Box 2. Immigration Acts of 1921 and 1924
Folder:
1. Immigration Act of 1921. Correspondence, 1922 - 1924
2. Immigration Cases. Correspondence, 1922 - 1924
3. Immigration Act of 1924. Correspondence, 1924
4. Immigration Act of 1924. Correspondence, 1924
5. Immigration Act of 1924. Correspondence, 1924
6. Immigration Act of 1924. House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization Hearings, March 3, 1924
7. Immigration Act of 1924. Copy of Act
8. Immigration Act of 1924. Printed Material, 1924
9. Extradition Treaty with Mexico. Correspondence and Drafts, 1925
10. Immigration. Printed Material, 1922 - 1945
Boxes 3-9. Interdepartmental Visa Review Committee Opinions, January, 1942-January, 1945
Box 10. IVRC Memoranda, 1942 - 1945
Box 11. IVRC Testimony, 1942 - 1945
Box 12. Visas
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1923 - 1946
2. Correspondence, 1923 - 1946
3. Correspondence, 1923 - 1946
4. IVRC Daily Calendar, 1942 - 1945, undated
5. IVRC Daily Calendar, 1942 - 1945, undated
6. IVRC Daily Calendar, 1942 - 1945, undated
7. Non-Hearing Cases, 1943 - 1944
8. Board of Appeals Cases, 1942 - 1944
9. IVRC Rules and Regulations, 1942
10. Instructions and Information, 1942, undated
11. Printed Material, 1941 - 1954, undated
AVIATION
Box 13. Aviation. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1919 - 1949
CANADIAN RELATIONS
Boxes 14-15. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1919 - 1959, undated
Material on customs, shipping, taxation, stolen goods, Americans in Canadian army, Indians, boundary disputes, inland waters, extradition, narcotic smuggling. See also INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS,
Box 88 - Inheritances; MARITIME ISSUES,
Boxes 98, 101, 102 - Fishing, Shipping
Box 16. Seizure of U.S. Fishing Vessels. Correspondence
Folder:
1. Curlew, 1933 - 1934
2. Siloam v. Malaspina (J. M. Yorke case), 1923 - 1932
3. Minnie B. 1933 - 1936
4. Minnie B. 1933 - 1936
5. Minnie B. 1933 - 1936
6. Minnie B. 1933 - 1936
7. Natale S. 1931 - 1932
8. St. Patrick, 1931 - 1933
9. St. Patrick, 1931 - 1933
10. Salmon trawlers, 1930 - 1933
11. Salmon trawlers, 1930 - 1933
Box 17. International Joint Commission
Material on St. Lawrence Seaway, Chicago Diversion of Lake Michigan, Passamaquoddy Power Project, Niagara River and Falls Beautification, Missouri River Basin, Libby (Montana) Dam, Rio Grande International Storage Dams Projects, and other boundary waters between U.S. and Canada
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1941 - 1959
2. Correspondence, 1941 - 1959
3. Vallance's 1957 Lectures at Havana, 1956 - 1958
4. Printed Material, 1913 - 1947
5. Printed Material, 1913 - 1947
6. Printed Material, 1913 - 1947
7. Printed Material, 1913 - 1947
8. Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the St. Lawrence Seaway Project, 1947
Box 18. International Joint Commission
Alaska. A Reconnaissance Report on the Potential Development of Water Resources, 1948
Folder:
1. Printed Material, 1948 - 1950
The Columbia River Supplemental Reports on the Bitterroot Valley, vol. 2, March, 1950
Folder:
2. Printed Material, 1948 - 1950
The Columbia River Supplemental Reports on the Bitterroot Valley, vol. 2, March, 1950
Box 19. International Joint Commission
IJC Report on the Pollution of Boundary Waters, 1951
IJC Report on the Preservation and Enhancement of Niagara Falls, 1953
Folder:
1. Printed Material, 1951 - July, 1956
2. Printed Material, 1951 - July, 1956
3. Printed Material, 1951 - July, 1956
Boxes 20-21. International Joint Commission: Printed Material, August, 1956 - 1966, undated
Box 22. International Joint Commission: Columbia River and Tributaries Review Report, October 1, 1948
Boxes 23-24. International Joint Commission: Passamaquoddy Tidal Power Project Report to the IJC, October, 1959 and Appendices 1 - 18
Box 25. International Joint Commission: St. Lawrence Seaway. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1939 - 1962, undated
COMMUNICATIONS
Box 26. Correspondence
Folder:
1. Copies of Correspondence between Hamilton Fish and Elihu Benjamin Washburne et al., 1869 - 1871
2. Copies of Correspondence of Reverdy Johnson in the Western Union - Weather Bureau case, 1874
3. Copies of Correspondence, 1877 - 1879
4. Copies and Original Correspondence, 1880 - July, 1920
5. Copies and Original Correspondence, 1880 - July, 1920
6. Copies and Original Correspondence, 1880 - July, 1920
7. Copies and Original Correspondence, 1880 - July, 1920
8. Copies and Original Correspondence, 1880 - July, 1920
9. Copies and Original Correspondence, 1880 - July, 1920
10. Copies and Original Correspondence, 1880 - July, 1920
11. Copies and Original Correspondence, 1880 - July, 1920
Boxes 27-30. Correspondence : August, 1920 - 1941, undated
Box 31. Reports, Directives, and Miscellaneous Non-correspondence: 1909 - 1935, undated
Box 32. Printed Material by Topic
Folder:
Report of State Department Special Committee on Cables, 1918
Speeches, 1923 - 1945
Articles about Communications, 1920 - 1940, undated
Articles about Communications, 1920 - 1940, undated
Frequency Assignments, 1917 - 1941
Charts, Maps, Frequency Graphs, Frequency Allocations
Clippings about Cables
Clippings about Radio Telegraphy
Boxes 33-34. Printed Material: 1885 - 1941, undated
Boxes 35-37. Information on Communications in Foreign Countries
Areas included: Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Dutch Guyana, Ecuador, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Guatemala, Honduras, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Liberia, Lithuania, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Persia, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, San Salvador, Scandinavia, Siam, South and Central America, South Pacific, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tangier, Turkey, U.S.S.R., Uruguay, Venezuela, Yugoslavia
Box 38. Allocation of German Cables After World War I
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1901 - 1929
2. Correspondence, 1901 - 1929
3. Correspondence, 1901 - 1929
4. Correspondence, 1901 - 1929
5. Correspondence, 1901 - 1929
6. Correspondence, 1901 - 1929
Material on the Preliminary Conference on Electrical Communication, 1920
7. Non-correspondence, 1919 - 1930
Copies of miscellaneous material
8. Documents and Printed Material, undated
Box 39. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1919 - 1932, undated
2. Correspondence, 1919 - 1932, undated
3. Non-correspondence, 1919 - 1920, undated
4. Proposals 1 - 91, 1488 - 1591 (I - II, V - IX)
5. Proposals 1 - 91, 1488 - 1591 (I - II, V - IX)
6. Printed Material, 1919 - 1920
Box 40. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Proceedings of Sub-committee No. 1 to consider the disposition of German cables ceded to the 5 principal Allied Powers, 1920 - 1922
Box 41. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Folder:
1. Documents concerning Sub-committee No. 2 on Drafting of the EU-F-GB-I Radio Protocol, 1920
2. Proceedings of Sub-committee No. 2A on Wave Lengths
Box 42. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Proceedings of Sub-committee No. 3 on Universal Communications Union and Telegraph and Radio Conventions
Box 43. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Folder:
1. Sub-committee No. 4 on International Cable and Radio Law. Correspondence and Miscellaneous, 1920 - 1921 Report of Sub-committee on International Cable and Radio Law and Cable Landing Rights
2. Report of Proceedings of Sub-committee on Publicity
Box 44. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Proceedings of Sub-committee No. 5 on Improvement of Communication Facilities Between the 5 Great powers
Card Index to Sub-committees l, 2, 2A, 3, 4, 5
Box 45. International Conference on Electrical Communications [Washington, 1920]
Folder:
1. Index to Proceedings
2. Conferences with Representatives of Private U.S. Communication Companies, May, 1921 Proceedings of conferences to obtain views on draft conventions of proposed Universal Electrical Communications Union
3. Schedule, Minutes, Resolutions, Press Releases
4. Expense Account Ledger
Box 46. Technical Interallied Committee on Radio Communication [Paris, 1921]
Minutes, June - July, 1921
Box 47. Technical Interallied Committee on Radio Communication [Paris, 1921]
Minutes, August, 1921
Folder:
1. Convention, Regulations
Box 48. Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1923 - 1931
2. Correspondence, 1923 - 1931
3. Reports and Proceedings, 1923 - 1933, undated
4. Reports and Proceedings, 1923 - 1933, undated
5. Printed Material, 1912 - 1931, undated
6. Printed Material, 1912 - 1931, undated
7. Printed Material, 1912 - 1931, undated
8. Printed Material, 1912 - 1931, undated
9. Printed Material, 1912 - 1931, undated
Box 49. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]: Correspondence, 1918 - 1928
Box 50. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]
Folder:
1. Fifth International Conference of American States [Santiago, 1923] 1923 - 1924
2. Revision of the [1884] Paris Convention, 1924
3. Instructions for Ambassador Charles Beecher Warren
4. Instructions for Ambassador Charles Beecher Warren
5. Sub-committees: Rostra, schedules, agenda
6. Sub-committee No. 1 on Legislation and Conventions
7. Sub-committee No. 2 on Communications by Wire and Cables
8. Sub-committee No. 3 on Radio Communication
9. Sub-committee No. 4 on Rates, Accounting and Traffic
10. Sub-committee No. 5 on Improvement of Communications
Box 51. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]
Folder:
1. Regulations Adopted at Santiago
2. Agenda
3. Delegates: Correspondence, biographical sketches, statement of U.S. aims
4. Mexican Proposals
5. Mexican Proposals
6. United States Proposals
7. Proposals from other Latin American Nations
8. Speeches by Wallace Humphrey White, Jr.
Box 52. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]
Folder:
1. Minutes of Meetings 1 - 12, 14
2. Minutes of Meetings 1 - 12, 14
3. Minutes of Meetings 1 - 12, 14
4. Minutes of Meetings 1 - 12, 14
5. Minutes of Meetings 1 - 12, 14
6. Minutes of Meetings (Spanish Text)
7. Minutes of Mixed Committee Meetings
8. Minutes of American Delegation Meetings
Box. 53. Inter-American Committee on Electrical Communications [Mexico City, 1924]
Folder:
1. Drafts of Convention
2. Convention
3. Final Reports
4. U.S. Delegation Dinner [June 25, 1924]
5. Expenses
6. Clippings and Press Releases
7. Miscellaneous
8. Miscellaneous
Box. 54. International Telegraph Conference [Paris, 1925]
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1921 - 1930
2. Correspondence, 1921 - 1930
3. Correspondence, 1921 - 1930
4. Correspondence, 1921 - 1930
5. Correspondence, 1921 - 1930
6. Correspondence, 1921 - 1930
7. Printed Material, 1921 - 1925, undated
8. Printed Material, 1921 - 1925, undated
Box 55. International Telegraph Conference [Paris, 1925]
Book of Proposals
Suggestions, vols. I - II
Box 56. International Telegraph Conference [Paris, 1925]
Folder:
1. Lists of Delegates
2. Proceedings of Plenary Sessions 1 - 7
3. Reports of Committee Meetings
4. Proposals
5. Proposals
6. Convention (English and French texts)
7. Convention (English and French texts)
8. Convention (English and French texts)
9. Convention (English and French texts)
Box 57-58. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Correspondence, 1913 - 1931
Box 59. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Folder:
1. American Delegation and Meetings, June - October, 1927
2. American Committees Minutes of sub-committees on Special Aircraft, Definitions and Use of Special Signals, Frequency, and Drafting
3. American Committee No. 1 on Convention, August 22 - September 26, 1927. Sessions 1 - 7, 9 - 19
4. American Committee No. 2 on General Regulations, September 2 -8, 1927. Sessions 1 - 5
5. American Sub-committees 2a and 2b on Mobile and Point to Point, July 8 - September 26, 1927. Joint sessions 1 - 39; first and second sessions of 2a, 2b, and No. 4 in joint session
6. American Committee No. 3 on Tariffs, Word Count and Accounting, August 9 - September 8, 1927. Sessions 1 - 9
7. American Committee No. 4, Technical, July - September 23, 1927. Sessions 1 - 25
8. American Committee No. 6 on International Code of Signals, July - September, 1927
Box 60. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Folder:
1. Minutes of Plenary Sessions 1 - 9
2. Committee Delegations and Assignments
3. Committee No. 1 on Convention
4. Committee No. 2 on General Regulations Includes sub-committees on call signals, nomenclature, service abbreviations
5. Committee No. 3 on Mobile Service. Documents Includes sub-committees on regulations, meteorology, and texts to be submitted to drafting committee
6. Committee No. 3 on Mobile Service. Minutes. (Includes sub-committees as in Folder 5)
7. Committee No. 4 on Regulation of Point to Point and Other Services
Box 61. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Folder:
1. Committee No. 5 on Cortina Report on Code Language
2. Committee No. 6 on Tariff, Word Count and Accounting
3. Committee No. 7, Technical
4. Committee No. 7, Technical
5. Sub-committees on Meteorology and Frequency of Committee No. 7. Minutes
6. Sub-committees on Meteorology and Frequency of Committee No. 7. Documents
7. Sub-committees on Meteorology and Frequency of Committee No. 7. Documents
8. Committee No. 9 on International Code of Signals
9. Committee on Voting Rights
10. Committee on the International Bureau
Box 62. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Folder:
1. Proposals
2. Proposals
3. Proposals
4. Proposals
5. Supplements 1 - 7 to Book of Proposals
6. Supplements 1 - 7 to Book of Proposals
Box 63. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Folder:
1. Text Submitted, Documents Nos. 113 - 325 incomplete
2. Articles Submitted and Approved
3. Articles Submitted and Approved
4. Minutes, Documents 102 - 200
5. Minutes, Documents 102 - 200
6. Minutes, Documents 102 - 200
7. Minutes, Documents 102 - 200
Box 64. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Minutes, Documents 201 - 334 (French text)
Box 65. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Minutes, Documents 101 - 335. Bound
Box 66. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Minutes, Documents 180 - 265 (French text). Bound
Box 67. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Minutes, Documents 266 - 335 (French text).
Bound Committee Reports. Bound
Box 68. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]: Minutes, Documents 102 - 329. Extra, incomplete
Box 69. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington 1927]
Folder:
1. Drafts of Convention
2. Drafts of Convention
3. Drafts of Convention
4. Remarks on Draft Convention
5. Convention and Signers
6. Convention and Signers
7. Convention and Signers
8. Bibliography of Conference Documents, 1928
Box 70. International Radiotelegraph Conference [Washington, 1927]
Folder:
1. Convention Rules
2. Lists of Delegates
3. Lists of Delegates, American Representative Companies
4. Printed Material
5. Printed Material
6. Printed Material
7. Press Releases and Clippings
8. Articles and Addresses on the Conference
Box 71. International Telegraph Conference [Brussels, 1928] : Correspondence and Printed Material, 1926 - 1933, undated
Box 72. International Technical Consultative Committee on Radio Communications [The Hague, 1929]: Correspondence, 1929 - 1931
Box 73. International Technical Consultative Committee [The Hague, 1929]
Folder:
1. Lists of Delegates and Representatives
2. Proposals
3. Proposals
4. U.S. Delegation Report
5. Documents, Statements, and other Printed Material
6. Press Releases
Box 74. Fourth International Radio Conference [Madrid, 1932]
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1929 - 1935
2. U.S. Proposals
3. U.S. Proposals
4. Regulations Annexed to the Convention
5. Printed Material
Box 75. Miscellaneous International Communications Conferences, 1921 - 1928
Folder:
1. International Radio Telegraph Conference [London, 1912], 1912 - 1926
2. International Radiotelegraph Convention [London, 1920]: Appendix No. 1 to Convention and Service Regulations, Charts
3. International Radiotelegraph Convention [London, 1920]: Appendix No. 1 to Convention and Service Regulations, Charts
4. Third National Radio Conference [Washington, 1924], 1924
5. Fourth Annual Radio Conference [Washington, 1925], 1925. (Canada, Mexico, Cuba, United States participants)
6. Conference with Canada on Wave Lengths [Washington, 1925], 1927
7. Second International Juridical Congress on Wireless Telegraphy [Geneva, 1927], 1927
8. International Juridical Congress on Wireless Telegraphy [Rome, 1928], 1928.
9. International Juridical Congress on Wireless Telegraphy [Rome, 1928], 1928.
Box 76. Miscellaneous International Communications Conferences, 1929 - 1936
Folder:
1. North American Radio Conference [1929], 1927 - 1929. (Short wave conference among U.S., Canada, Newfoundland, Cuba)
2. North American Radio Conference [1929], 1927 - 1929. (Short wave conference among U.S., Canada, Newfoundland, Cuba)
3. European Radio Conference [Prague, 1929], 1928 - 1929
4. European Radio Conference [Prague, 1929], 1928 - 1929
5. International Congress on Radio Communication [Liege, 1930], 1929 - 1930. Correspondence, proposals, terminology, word changes, reviews of Congresses
6. International Congress on Radio Communication [Liege, 1930], 1929 - 1930. Correspondence, proposals, terminology, word changes, reviews of Congresses
7. International Congress on Radio Communication [Liege, 1930], 1929 - 1930. Correspondence, proposals, terminology, word changes, reviews of Congresses
8. Aviation Radio Conference [New York, 1930], 1930
9. Fifth International Juridical Congress on Radio [Warsaw, 1931], 1931
10. Seventh International Congress on Radio [Tangier, 1936], 1936
Box 77. Miscellaneous U.S. Communications Conferences, 1921 - 1933
Folder:
1. Interdepartmental Committee on Electrical Communications, 1921 - 1925
2. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1924 - 1928
3. American Radio Relay League, 1924 - 1933. International Committee on Wireless Telegraphy. American Section
4. Correspondence, 1927 - March, 1930. (Chiefly with Louis Goldsborough Caldwell)
5. Correspondence, 1927 - March, 1930. (Chiefly with Louis Goldsborough Caldwell)
6. Correspondence, 1927 - March, 1930. (Chiefly with Louis Goldsborough Caldwell)
7. Correspondence, 1927 - March, 1930. (Chiefly with Louis Goldsborough Caldwell)
8. Correspondence, 1927 - March, 1930. (Chiefly with Louis Goldsborough Caldwell)
9. Correspondence, 1927 - March, 1930. (Chiefly with Louis Goldsborough Caldwell)
Box 78. International Committee on Wireless Telegraphy. American Section. Correspondence, April, 1930 - 1937; Printed Material, 1927 - 1930, undated
DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY
Box 79. General Correspondence
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1916 - 1942
2. Correspondence, 1916 - 1942
3. Automobile Accidents, 1929 - 1941
4. Court Testimony, 1932 - 1941
5. Free Entry, 1921 - 1938
6. Legal Suits, 1931 - 1941
7. Legal Suits, 1931 - 1941
8. Legal Suits, 1931 - 1941
9. Legal Suits, 1931 - 1941
10. Liquor Imports during World War I, 1919 - 1937
Box 80. Tax Exemptions
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1885 - 1941, undated
2. Correspondence, 1885 - 1941, undated
3. Correspondence, 1885 - 1941, undated
4. Correspondence, 1885 - 1941, undated
5. Correspondence, 1885 - 1941, undated
6. Correspondence, 1885 - 1941, undated
7. Correspondence, 1885 - 1941, undated
8. Correspondence, 1885 - 1941, undated
9. Opinions, Treaty Provisions, 1920 - 1937
Box 81. Tax Exemptions
Folder:
1. Automobile Taxes, 1911 - 1940, undated
2. Automobile Taxes, 1911 - 1940, undated
3. Automobile Taxes, 1911 - 1940, undated
4. Automobile Taxes, 1911 - 1940, undated
5. Automobile Taxes, 1911 - 1940, undated
6. Automobile Taxes, 1911 - 1940, undated
7. Automobile Taxes, 1911 - 1940, undated
8. Automobile Taxes, 1911 - 1940, undated
9. Gasoline Taxes, 1932 - 1939
10. Gasoline Taxes, 1932 - 1939
11. Gasoline Taxes, 1932 - 1939
Box 82. Tax Exemptions
Folder:
1. Income Taxes, 1927 - 1941
2. Income Taxes, 1927 - 1941
3. Income Taxes, 1927 - 1941
4. Income Taxes, 1927 - 1941
5. Income Taxes, 1927 - 1941
6. Inheritance Taxes, 1925 - 1938
7. Sales Taxes, 1927 - 1941
8. Sales Taxes, 1927 - 1941
9. Social Security Taxes, 1936 - 1938
10. Telegram Taxes, 1924 - 1941
INTERNATIONAL CLAIMS
Box 83. Correspondence, 1918 - 1948
Box 84. American and British Claims Arbitration
Correspondence and Printed Material, 1912 - 1963, undated. Includes Burt Fiji Land claims, Americans in British army, Herbert Priestly Brock's kidnapping of the Vinall brothers, U.S.-Great Britain Rio Grande dispute, Irish Land Annuities, cables, andIndians Claims Commission on claims by Pottawatomi and Cayuga tribes
Box 85. Business Claims
Folder:
1. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Patents, Copyrights, and Royalties
2. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Patents, Copyrights, and Royalties
3. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Patents, Copyrights, and Royalties
4. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Patents, Copyrights, and Royalties
5. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Patents, Copyrights, and Royalties
6. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1941, undated
7. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1941, undated
8. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1941, undated
Box 86. Cable Claims
Folder:
1. Commercial Cable Company Ex-German Cables, 1899 - 1928. Canadian Claims
2. Commercial Cable Company Ex-German Cables, 1899 - 1928. Canadian Claims
3. Commercial Cable Company Ex-German Cables, 1899 - 1928. Canadian Claims
4. Commercial Cable Company Ex-German Cables, 1899 - 1928. Canadian Claims
5. Commercial Cable Company Ex-German Cables, 1899 - 1928. Canadian Claims
6. Commercial Cable Company Ex-German Cables, 1899 - 1928. Canadian Claims
7. Commercial Cable Company Ex-German Cables, 1899 - 1928. Canadian Claims
8. Commercial Cable Company Ex-German Cables, 1899 - 1928. Canadian Claims
9. Jacob Braun Estate v. Canadian Government. Correspondence, 1939 - 1942
10. Luton Trust Fund. Correspondence, 1940
Box 87. Criminal Claims
Folder:
1. American Criminals Abroad. Correspondence, 1918 - 1941
2. American Criminals Abroad (Thurman E. Gantt). Correspondence, 1934 - 1937
3. American Criminals Abroad (Thurman E. Gantt). Correspondence, 1934 - 1937
4. American Criminals Abroad (John Mulgrew). Correspondence, 1931 - 1932
5. American Criminals Abroad (George E. Reeves). Correspondence, 1935
6. Foreign Embassies in the U.S. Correspondence, 1931 - 1932
7. Foreign Criminals in the U.S. Correspondence, 1935 - 1936
8. British Suits v. the U.S. Correspondence, 1921 - 1936
9. U.S. Suits v. Great Britain. Correspondence, 1920 - 1936
Box 88. Inheritance Claims
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1920 - 1957
2. Correspondence, 1920 - 1957
3. Correspondence, 1920 - 1957
4. Correspondence, 1920 - 1957
5. Correspondence, 1920 - 1957
6. Canadian Inheritances. Correspondence, 1918 - 1941
7. Canadian Inheritances. Correspondence, 1918 - 1941
8. Canadian Inheritances. Correspondence, 1918 - 1941
9. Foreign Claims in the U.S. Correspondence, 1920 - 1940
10. Real and Personal Property. Correspondence, 1920 - 1941
11. Treaty Rights. Printed Material, 1931 - 1940
Box 89. Inheritance Claims
Folder:
1. U.S. Claims in Europe. Correspondence, 1920 - 1946
2. U.S. Claims in Europe. Correspondence, 1920 - 1946
3. U.S. Claims in Europe. Correspondence, 1920 - 1946
4. U.S. Claims in Europe. Correspondence, 1920 - 1946
5. U.S. Claims in Europe (Eugenic Sekkinghaus Zelinka). Passports, letters used as evidence
6. Laws Governing Enforcement of Claims in Foreign Countries
Box 90. Mexican Claims
Folder:
1. General Claims Commission, 1928 - 1929. (Decisions 92 - 142 incomplete.)
2. General Claims Commission, 1936
3. International Boundary Commission. Correspondence, 1924 - 1937
4. International Boundary Commission. Pamphlets, 1944 - 1959
5. Mexican Claims Commission, 1929 - 1938
6. Mexican Insurrection State Department memorandum regarding protection of American interests, 1922
7. Vera Cruz Claims, 1929 - 1930
Box 91. Mexican Expropriation
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1938 - 1939
2. Mexican Expropriations in International Law, October 11, 1938
3. Decision in case of Compañia Mexicana de Petroleo "El Aguila" et al. v. Expropriation Law, December 2, 1939
4. Pamphlets, 1938 - 1940
5. Articles about Mexican Expropriation, 1938 - 1940, undated
6. Articles about Mexican Expropriation, 1938 - 1940, undated
Box 92. Shipping Claims
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1918 - 1941
2. Collisions. Correspondence, 1921 - 1944
3. Collisions. Correspondence, 1921 - 1944
4. Collisions. Correspondence, 1921 - 1944
5. Court Decisions, Reports, 1899 - 1938
6. Manatawny. Correspondence, 1927 - 1928
7. Pre-World War I Claims. Correspondence, 1922 - 1938
8. Salvage. Correspondence, 1924 - 1946
9. U.S. Seizures of Foreign Ships. Correspondence, 1921 - 1941
Box 93. World War I Alien Property Claims
Folder:
1. Diplomatic Correspondence, 1916 - 1920
2. Correspondence, 1915 - 1940. Material covers British-owned property in the U.S. and U.S.-owned property in the United Kingdom
3. Correspondence, 1915 - 1940. Material covers British-owned property in the U.S. and U.S.-owned property in the United Kingdom
4. Correspondence, 1915 - 1940. Material covers British-owned property in the U.S. and U.S.-owned property in the United Kingdom
5. Correspondence, 1915 - 1940. Material covers British-owned property in the U.S. and U.S.-owned property in the United Kingdom
6. Correspondence, 1915 - 1940. Material covers British-owned property in the U.S. and U.S.-owned property in the United Kingdom
7. Correspondence, 1915 - 1940. Material covers British-owned property in the U.S. and U.S.-owned property in the United Kingdom
8. Correspondence, 1915 - 1940. Material covers British-owned property in the U.S. and U.S.-owned property in the United Kingdom
9. German Property in the U.S. Seized by Great Britain. Correspondence, 1930
10. Printed Material, 1919 - 1928, undated
Box 94. World War I Claims Commission
Folder:
1. Mixed U.S.-German Claims Commission, 1921 - 1939. Correspondence, decisions, orders, briefs, printed material
2. Mixed U.S.-German Claims Commission, 1921 - 1939. Correspondence, decisions, orders, briefs, printed material
3. Mixed U.S.-German Claims Commission, 1921 - 1939. Correspondence, decisions, orders, briefs, printed material
4. Mixed U.S.-German Claims Commission, 1921 - 1939. Correspondence, decisions, orders, briefs, printed material
5. Mixed U.S.-German Claims Commission, 1921 - 1939. Correspondence, decisions, orders, briefs, printed material
6. Mixed U.S.-German Claims Commission, 1921 - 1939. Correspondence, decisions, orders, briefs, printed material
7. Tripartite [U.S.-Austria-Hungary] Claims Commission. Documents, 1927 - 1930, undated
Box 95. World War I Prize Court Cases
Folder:
1. Belgian Prize Cases. Decisions, 1919
2. British Prize Cases. Correspondence, 1920 - 1923
3. French Prize Cases. Correspondence, 1919 - 1920
4. French Prize Cases. Decisions, 1915 - 1917
5. French Prize Cases. Decisions, 1915 - 1917
6. French Prize Cases. Decisions, 1915 - 1917
7. French Prize Cases. Decisions, 1915 - 1917
8. French Prize Cases. Decisions, 1915 - 1917
9. French Prize Cases. Decisions, 1915 - 1917
10. French Prize Cases. Decisions, 1915 - 1917
LATIN AMERICAN RELATIONS
Box 96. Latin American Relations
Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1962, undated Material covers Tacna-Arica Award (Peru-Chile land dispute), 8th American Scientific Congress, 6th International Conference of American States, the Organization of American States, the Pan-American Union
LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Box 97. League of Nations
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1920 - 1941
2. First General Conference on Communications and Transit, 1920. Preparatory Documents
3. Second General Conference on Communications and Transit, 1923 - 1925. Records, texts, preparatory documents I - II
4. Second General Conference on Communications and Transit, 1923 - 1925. Records, texts, preparatory documents I - II
5. Codification of International Law, 1927 - 1928. Report and printed material
6. Codification of International Law, 1927 - 1928. Report and printed material
7. Articles about the League of Nations
8. Printed Material
MARITIME ISSUES
Box 98. Fishing
Folder:
1. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Material covers International Fisheries Commission created by E1 Paso Conference on smuggling 1925, U.S. legislation regarding fishing, international incidents involving U.S., Canada, Japan, Iceland, and others.
2. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Material covers International Fisheries Commission created by E1 Paso Conference on smuggling 1925, U.S. legislation regarding fishing, international incidents involving U.S., Canada, Japan, Iceland, and others.
3. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Material covers International Fisheries Commission created by E1 Paso Conference on smuggling 1925, U.S. legislation regarding fishing, international incidents involving U.S., Canada, Japan, Iceland, and others.
4. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Material covers International Fisheries Commission created by E1 Paso Conference on smuggling 1925, U.S. legislation regarding fishing, international incidents involving U.S., Canada, Japan, Iceland, and others.
5. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Material covers International Fisheries Commission created by E1 Paso Conference on smuggling 1925, U.S. legislation regarding fishing, international incidents involving U.S., Canada, Japan, Iceland, and others.
6. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Material covers International Fisheries Commission created by E1 Paso Conference on smuggling 1925, U.S. legislation regarding fishing, international incidents involving U.S., Canada, Japan, Iceland, and others.
7. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Material covers International Fisheries Commission created by E1 Paso Conference on smuggling 1925, U.S. legislation regarding fishing, international incidents involving U.S., Canada, Japan, Iceland, and others.
8. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Material covers International Fisheries Commission created by E1 Paso Conference on smuggling 1925, U.S. legislation regarding fishing, international incidents involving U.S., Canada, Japan, Iceland, and others.
9. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1942. Material covers International Fisheries Commission created by E1 Paso Conference on smuggling 1925, U.S. legislation regarding fishing, international incidents involving U.S., Canada, Japan, Iceland, and others.
10. Whaling. Correspondence, 1934 - 1946, undated
11. Whaling. Correspondence, 1934 - 1946, undated
12. Whaling. Correspondence, 1934 - 1946, undated
Box 99. Whaling
Folder:
1. International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling [Geneva, 1931], 1935 - 1936
2. Agreement for the Regulation of Whaling [London, 1937], 1937 - 1939
3. International Whaling Conference [Washington, 1946], 1946
4. Printed Material, 1932 - 1940, undated
5. Printed Material, 1932 - 1940, undated
6. Printed Material, 1932 - 1940, undated
Box 100. Seamen
Correspondence and Printed Material, 1918 - 1940. Material covers foreign laws regarding relief of national seamen, relief of sick, injured, destitute, shipwrecked seamen, personal injury suits, wages, altercations (Algic), arrests, U.S. legislation regarding seamen.
Box 101. Shipping
Correspondence, 1921 - 1943. Material covers legislation (especially in mid-1930's), National Recovery Administration Code of Fair Competition, U.S. government-owned commercial vessels, U.S. Maritime Commission, foreign shipping laws, and freight rates.
Box 102. Shipping
Folder:
1. Brussels Collision Convention [1910], 1931 - 1938
2. Brussels Collision Convention [1910], 1931 - 1938
3. International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea [1929], 1927 - 1937, undated
4. International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea [1929], 1927 - 1937, undated
5. International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea [1929], 1927 - 1937, undated
6. International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea [1929], 1927 - 1937, undated
7. International Labor Organization Conference [1936], 1937 - 1939
8. Inter-American Maritime Conference [1940], 1940
Box 103. Shipping. Printed Material, 1894 - 1940, undated
PROHIBITION
Boxes 104-107. Correspondence, 1906 - 1939
Material includes chiefly correspondence and memoranda among the Departments of State, Treasury, and Justice with U.S. Foreign Service officers and foreign ambassadors to the U.S. regarding infractions of the prohibition laws
Box 108. Clippings and Press Releases, 1922 - 1935
Box 109. Legal Documents and Speeches
Folder:
1. U.S. Liquor Legislation, 1920 - 1938, undated. Material covers liquor laws in U.S. and Philippines, and lists smuggling cases
2. Canadian Court Proceedings, 1923 - 1930
3. Canadian Court Proceedings, 1923 - 1930
4. Canadian Government Customs Documents, 1917 - 1926
5. Citations from International Smuggling Laws
6. Speeches and Articles on Smuggling, 1923 - 1962, undated. Includes Vallance's lectures to Foreign Service School
Box 110. Liquor Control Conferences, 1919 - 1926
Folder:
1. Convention to Control African Liquor Traffic [1919], 1919 - 1922
2. Conventions on Liquor Traffic: Italy and Serbia, 1922; U.S. and Netherlands, 1923-1925; U.S. and Panama, 1924; Helsingfor Protocol (north and northeastern European countries), 1924; U.S. and Belgium, 1925; Norway (proposals only), 1926
3. Ottawa Conference on Smuggling [1923], 1922 - 1929
4. Ottawa Conference on Smuggling [1923], 1922 - 1929
5. Ottawa Conference on Smuggling [1923], 1922 - 1929
6. Ottawa Conference on Smuggling [1923], 1922 - 1929
7. Ottawa Conference on Smuggling [1923], 1922 - 1929
8. Washington Conference on Smuggling [1925], 1924 - 1925
9. Washington Conference on Smuggling [1925], 1924 - 1925
Box 111. Liquor Control Conferences, 1925 - 1926
Folder:
1. E1 Paso Conference on Border Smuggling [1925]: Correspondence, drafts, reports, proposals, proceedings, 1923 - 1927
2. E1 Paso Conference on Border Smuggling [1925]: Correspondence, drafts, reports, proposals, proceedings, 1923 - 1927
3. E1 Paso Conference on Border Smuggling [1925]: Correspondence, drafts, reports, proposals, proceedings, 1923 - 1927
4. E1 Paso Conference on Border Smuggling [1925]: Correspondence, drafts, reports, proposals, proceedings, 1923 - 1927
5. E1 Paso Conference on Border Smuggling [1925]: Correspondence, drafts, reports, proposals, proceedings, 1923 - 1927
6. E1 Paso Conference on Border Smuggling [1925]: Correspondence, drafts, reports, proposals, proceedings, 1923 - 1927
7. E1 Paso Conference on Border Smuggling [1925]: Correspondence, drafts, reports, proposals, proceedings, 1923 - 1927
8. Washington Conference [With Mexico, 1926], 1925 - 1927
Box 112. Liquor Control Conferences, 1926 - 1935
Folder:
1. Havana Conference [1926], 1924 - 1926
2. Havana Conference [1926], 1924 - 1926
3. Havana Conference [1926], 1924 - 1926
4. London Conference [1926]: Printed Material, 1926 - 1931
5. Washington Conference [1927], 1926 - 1928. Canadian Royal Commission hearings, minutes, printed material
6. Washington Conference [1927], 1926 - 1928. Canadian Royal Commission hearings, minutes, printed material
7. Washington Conference [1927], 1926 - 1928. Canadian Royal Commission hearings, minutes, printed material
8. Miscellaneous Liquor Control Conventions: United Kingdom and Finland, 1933; Brazil and Argentina, 1933; Buenos Aires Convention, 1935
Box 113. Coast Guard Intelligence Reports
Folder:
1. Indices to Circular Nos. 1-600, 701-800
2. Law Enforcement Intelligence Circulars, 1924 - 1927
3. Law Enforcement Intelligence Circulars, 1924 - 1927
4. Law Enforcement Intelligence Circulars, 1924 - 1927
5. Law Enforcement Intelligence Circulars, 1924 - 1927
6. Law Enforcement Intelligence Circulars, 1924 - 1927
7. Law Enforcement Intelligence Circulars, 1924 - 1927
8. Law Enforcement Intelligence Circulars, 1924 - 1927
9. Law Enforcement Intelligence Circulars, 1924 - 1927
10. Law Enforcement Intelligence Circulars, 1924 - 1927
Boxes 114-119. Rumrunners. A - Z
Boxes 120-129. I'm Alone Case. Correspondence, 1925 - 1934
Material covers sinking and arbitration of Canadian-registered smuggler
Box 130. I'm Alone Case. Correspondence
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1935 - 1938, undated
2. Correspondence, 1935 - 1938, undated
3. Correspondence, 1935 - 1938, undated
4. Correspondence, 1935 - 1938, undated
5. Correspondence, 1935 - 1938, undated
6. Justice Department Reports, 1934
7. Indices 1-393 to Papers 1-4573, 1926 - 1935
8. Indices 1-393 to Papers 1-4573, 1926 - 1935
9. Indices 1-393 to Papers 1-4573, 1926 - 1935
10. Indices 1-393 to Papers 1-4573, 1926 - 1935
11. Indices 1-393 to Papers 1-4573, 1926 - 1935
Box 131. I'm Alone Case. Hearings
Folder:
1. Preliminary Hearings and Statements, 1928 - 1934
2. Preliminary Hearings and Statements, 1928 - 1934
3. Preliminary Hearings and Statements, 1928 - 1934
4. Preliminary Hearings and Statements, 1928 - 1934
5. Preliminary Hearings and Statements, 1928 - 1934
6. Testimony in U.S. v. John Magnus et al., February, 1928
7. Affidavits, 1929 - 1934
8. Grand Jury Decisions in Louisiana Criminal Suits, 1929 - 1930
Box 132. I'm Alone Case. Court Proceedings
Folder:
1. Court Minutes in U.S. v. Dan Hogan, 1929 - 1930
2. Court Minutes in U.S. v. Dan Hogan, 1929 - 1930
3. Court Minutes in U.S. v. Dan Hogan, 1929 - 1930
4. Court Minutes in U.S. v. Dan Hogan, 1929 - 1930
5. Court Minutes in U.S. v. Frank Allen et al., 1930
6. Court Minutes in U.S. v. Malcolm McMasters et al., 1931
Box 133. I'm Alone Case. Trials, Evidence, Appeals
Folder:
1. John Campbell Papers, 1931
2. Marvin James Clark Family Letters and Naval Records, 1918 - 1928
3. Marvin James Clark Family Letters and Naval Records, 1918 - 1928
4. Marvin James Clark Family Letters and Naval Records, 1918 - 1928
5. Daniel E. Hogan Papers, 1927 - 1929
6. George J. Hearn Papers, 1928 - 1930
7. Cecil P. Molyneaux Family Letters, 1930
8. Frank H. Reitman Papers, 1925 - 1932
9. Edward Satinover Papers, undated
10. Telegrams, 1928 - 1929. Photostats of coded telegrams and decoded translations from I'm Alone operators from Belize, B. H. to New York
11. Expense Accounts, 1929 - 1931
12. Trial Brief Memorandum
13. Appeals. Dan Hogan et al. v. U.S., 1930 - 1931
14. Appeals. Hogan, Molyneaux, Baker, McMasters, et al. v. U.S.
Box 134. I'm Alone Case. Arbitration Documents
Folder:
1. Registry of I'm Alone, 1923 - 1929
2. Coast Guard Cutter Logs, 1927 - 1929: I'm Alone's movements described
3. Canadian Immigration Statements, 1928: Documents regarding crew's nationality
4. Nautical Charts
5. Appropriations and Expenses, 1924 - 1935
6. Miscellaneous Documents, 1928 - 1934
Box 135. I'm Alone Case. Arbitration Hearings. Transcripts: December, 1934 - January, 1935, vols. 2-4
Box 136. I'm Alone Case. Arbitration. Government Publications
Folder:
1. U.S. Statements and Evidence Documentary evidence, diplomatic correspondence, and answers to the Canadian Claim
2. U.S. Statement regarding Claim, June 30, 1933
3. U.S. Statement regarding Claims for Compensation, June 30, 1933
4. U.S. State Department Publications: Arbitration Series No. 2, (1) - (5), (7)
5. Canadian Government Publications, 1929 - 1935
6. Canadian Government Publications, 1929 - 1935
Box 137. I'm Alone Case. Documents and Photographs
Box 138. I'm Alone Case. Photograph Albums
Box 139. I'm Alone Case. Clippings
Folder:
1. Press Releases, 1929 - 1935
2. "A Skipper of the Seven Seas," by John Thomas Randell, 1929
3. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
4. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
5. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
6. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
7. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
8. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
9. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
10. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
11. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
12. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
13. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
14. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
15. U.S. Newspaper Clippings, 1929 - 1935, undated
16. Canadian Newspaper Clippings, 1930 - 1935
17. Articles on the I'm Alone Case, 1929 - 1935
STATE DEPARTMENT
Boxes 140-144. Correspondence, 1889 - 1957
Material covers, among other subjects, treaties, international marriages, fur seals, Nazis and other wartime issues, citizenship, extra-territorial rights, territorial waters, and narcotics
Box 145. Internal Organization
Folder:
1. Correspondence, 1918 - 1941
2. Department Orders, 1922 - 1937
3. Department Orders, 1938 - 1941
4. Edith Miller Case, 1934 - 1937
5. Personnel Classification. Correspondence, 1923 - 1930
6. Personnel Classification. Printed Material
7. Printed Material
8. Vallance's Cases, 1927 - 1934
Boxes 146-149. Printed Material, 1913 - 1965, undated
TAXATION
Box 150. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1921 - 1941
Material covers taxation of U.S. nationals abroad, of foreigners, property, and securities in U.S., and maritime taxes (tariffs, tonnage duties, etc.)
UNITED NATIONS
Box 151. Documents
Folder:
1. Economic and Social Council Drafts and Resolutions
2. General Assembly Documents, 1947 - 1954
3. General Assembly Documents, 1947 - 1954
4. General Assembly Documents, 1947 - 1954
5. General Assembly Documents, 1947 - 1954
6. General Assembly Documents, 1947 - 1954
7. General Assembly Documents, 1947 - 1954
8. General Assembly International Law Commission. Minutes, Reports, 1950 - 1967
9. General Assembly International Law Commission. Minutes, Reports, 1950 - 1967
10. Printed Material, 1944 - 1959
U.S. FOREIGN SERVICE
Boxes 152-153. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1946, undated
Material covers duty of diplomatic agents, foreign notarial service, embassy financial procedures
Box 154. Consular Regulations
Diplomatic Serials, 1927 - 1933 Articles XI - XXI
Box 155. Consular Regulations
Diplomatic and Consular Laws and Regulations of Various Countries, Books I II, 1932; Foreign Service Regulations of the U.S.A., 1941
U.S. GOVERNMENT
Box 156. Treasury Department
Folder:
1. Comptroller General's Decisions on Economy Act, 1932 - 1941
2. Comptroller General's Decisions on Economy Act, 1932 - 1941
3. Comptroller General's Decisions on Economy Act, 1932 - 1941
4. Comptroller General's Decisions on Economy Act, 1932 - 1941
5. Comptroller General's Decisions on Economy Act, 1932 - 1941
6. Comptroller General's Decisions on Economy Act, 1932 - 1941
7. Treasury Department Tax Regulations, 1919 - 1944
8. Treasury Department Tax Regulations, 1919 - 1944
Box 157. Domestic Affairs; Correspondence and Printed Material, 1913 - 1941. Material covers constitutional amendments and matters pertaining to the Presidency
Box 158. U.S. Courts of Appeal and Miscellaneous Courts. Opinions and Briefs, 1911 - 1957
Boxes 159-160. U.S. Supreme Court. Opinions and Briefs, 1918 - 1966
U.S. TERRITORIAL INSULAR POSSESSIONS
Box 161. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1920 - 1941
Material covers Antarctica, Philippines (including the Cincinnati Soap Company Case), the District of Columbia, and others
WORLD WARS
Box 162. World War I
Folder:
1. Neutral Rights and Commerce. Correspondence, 1914 - 1919
2. Neutral Rights and Commerce. Correspondence, 1914 - 1919
3. Neutral Rights and Commerce. Correspondence, 1914 - 1919
4. Treaty of Versailles. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1919 - 1923
5. Treaty of Versailles. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1919 - 1923
6. Treaty of Versailles. Correspondence and Printed Material, 1919 - 1923
7. Treaty of Versailles. Proceedings of Committee on New States, I II
8. Treaty of Versailles. Proceedings of Committee on New States, I II
9. Treaty of Versailles. Analytical Table of Contents
10. Treaty of Versailles. Analytical Table of Contents
Box 163. World War II
Folder:
1. Claims. Correspondence, 1939 - 1946
2. Claims. Correspondence, 1939 - 1946
3. Claims. Correspondence, 1939 - 1946
4. Claims. Correspondence, 1939 - 1946
5. Claims. Correspondence, 1939 - 1946
6. Claims. Correspondence, 1939 - 1946
7. Neutrality Laws. Correspondence and Press Releases, 1935 - 1941
8. Neutrality Laws. Correspondence and Press Releases, 1935 - 1941
9. Prisoners of War and Internees. Correspondence, 1940 - 1941
10. Printed Material, 1943 - 1946
PERSONAL PAPERS
LAW GROUPS
Boxes 164-174
American Bar Association, 1922 - 1966, undated
Correspondence and printed material on Association functions. Material from 1939 on focuses on Section on International and Comparative Law, particularly the Committees on International Interchange of Jurists, and Uses of International Inland Waters. ABA publications and speeches are numerous.
Box 175
American Law Institute, 1926 - 1966
Box 176
American Society of International Law, 1925 - 1963
Box 177
Bar Association of the District of Columbia, 1930 - 1960
Box 178-181
Federal Bar Association, 1920 - 1966
Material covers classification of government lawyers, compulsory retirement, and other issues affecting government lawyers
Boxes 182-188
Inter-American Bar Association, 1940 - 1967, undated
Correspondence, articles and speeches of prominent Latin American lawyers and William Cattron Rigby reflecting founding of this organization and international conferences. Proceedings of Xth and XIth Conferences in Boxes 187 and 188
Boxes 189-191
International Bar Association, 1946 - 1966. Material refers mainly to international conferences
Box 192
Law Affiliations A - M
American Judicature Society, 1934 - 1960
Hague Conference for International Private Law, 1948 - 1951
International Association of Democratic Lawyers, 1949 - 1950
International Law Association, 1930 - 1966
Livingston County Bar Association, 1929 - 1933
Boxes 193-195
New York State Bar Association, 1922 - 1964, undated
Papers 1953-1957 include large amount of material on proposed Bricker Amendment
Box 195
Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1930 - 1957
Box 196
Research in International Law, 1931 - 1942
Correspondence and printed material especially on courts' competence in regard to foreign states. A Harvard University organization
Box 197
Washington Criminal Justice Association, 1936 - 1961
Box 198
World Peace Through Law Conference [Athens, 1963], 1963. Pamphlets, programs and other publications
OTHER AFFILIATIONS
Box 199
Affiliations A - G
Folder
1. Alpha Delta Phi, 1923 - 1959, undated
2. Alpha Delta Phi, 1923 - 1959, undated
3. Alpha Delta Phi, 1923 - 1959, undated
4. American Foreign Service Association, 1949 - 1952, undated
5. American Peace Society, 1928 - 1940
6. American University, 1927 - 1938. Material covers Vallance's teaching
7. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1929 - 1940
8. District of Columbia Constitution Committee, 1935
9. District of Columbia George Washington Bicentennial Commission, 1930 - 1932
10. Federal Club, 1941 - 1960
11. Federal Club, 1941 - 1960
12. Federal Club, 1941 - 1960
13. Friends of the Law Library of Congress, 1933 - 1938
Box 200
Folder Columbia University
Folder
1. Columbia Historical Society, 1928 - 1944
2. Columbia University, 1924 - 1957
3. Columbia University, 1924 - 1957
4. Columbia University Club of Washington, 1930 - 1959
5. Columbia University Club of Washington, 1930 - 1959
6. Columbia University Club of Washington, 1930 - 1959
7. Columbia University Club of Washington, 1930 - 1959
8. Columbia University Club of Washington, 1930 - 1959
Box 201
Folder Affiliations H - Q
Folder
1. Harvard Law School, 1925 - 1951, undated
2. Harvard Law School, 1925 - 1951, undated
3. Harvard Law School, 1925 - 1951, undated
4. New Jersey Bar Association, 1951
5. New York State Society of Washington, D. C., 1931 - 1934
6. Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe, 1931 - 1933
7. Oliver Wendell Holmes Memorial Fund, 1934 - 1939
8. Optimist's Club, 1951
9. Palaver Club, 1946 - 1961
10. Palaver Club, 1946 - 1961
Box 202
Folder Affiliations R - Z
Folder
1. Rotary Club, 1940 - 1964
2. Rotary Club, 1940 - 1964
3. Second Congress on Comparative Law, 1936 - 1937
4. Second Congress on Comparative Law, 1936 - 1937
5. Second Congress on Comparative Law, 1936 - 1937
6. Second Congress on Comparative Law, 1936 - 1937
7. Southeastern University, 1921 - 1941. Material includes lectures, exams, bulletins, and other items relative to Vallance's teaching
8. Southeastern University, 1921 - 1941. Material includes lectures, exams, bulletins, and other items relative to Vallance's teaching
9. Miscellaneous Affiliations
Box 203
Folder University of Rochester, 1920 - 1954. Material includes correspondence from Presidents Rhees and Valentine
Eastman Kodak Company, 1933 - 1939. Material includes much correspondence from Milton K. Robinson on wartime trade
Personal Correspondence
Boxes 204-208
Non-Family Correspondence, 1918 - 1965, undated. Material includes significant number of letters from Philip Caryl Jessup, and several from prominent statesmen
Box 208
Biography, Publicity, and Publications
4. Vallance. Personal State Department Affairs, 1920 - 1944, undated
5. Vallance. Publicity and Biography
6. Addresses by Vallance, 1923 - 1948, undated
7. Articles by Vallance, 1931 - 1959
8. Photos of Vallance
Box 209
Family Correspondence
Folder
1. Hamilton Family Correspondence, 1925 - 1955, undated. Correspondence among members of Vallance's mother's family
2. Hamilton Family Legal Papers, 1930 - 1944. Material covers chiefly legal affairs, estates of Vallance's cousins Grace Nairn Hamilton and Mable L. Hamilton, and the consequences of settling the estates
3. Hamilton Family Legal Papers, 1930 - 1944. Material covers chiefly legal affairs, estates of Vallance's cousins Grace Nairn Hamilton and Mable L. Hamilton, and the consequences of settling the estates
4. Hamilton Family Legal Papers, 1930 - 1944. Material covers chiefly legal affairs, estates of Vallance's cousins Grace Nairn Hamilton and Mable L. Hamilton, and the consequences of settling the estates
5. Hamilton Family Legal Papers, 1930 - 1944. Material covers chiefly legal affairs, estates of Vallance's cousins Grace Nairn Hamilton and Mable L. Hamilton, and the consequences of settling the estates
6. Hamilton Family Legal Papers, 1930 - 1944. Material covers chiefly legal affairs, estates of Vallance's cousins Grace Nairn Hamilton and Mable L. Hamilton, and the consequences of settling the estates
7. Hamilton Family Legal Papers, 1930 - 1944. Material covers chiefly legal affairs, estates of Vallance's cousins Grace Nairn Hamilton and Mable L. Hamilton, and the consequences of settling the estates
8. Evalanna (Snyder) Vallance Family Correspondence, 1920 - 1949. Material from Vallance's wife's family covers selling Snyder summer estate, Depression, other family matters
9. Evalanna (Snyder) Vallance Family Correspondence, 1920 - 1949. Material from Vallance's wife's family covers selling Snyder summer estate, Depression, other family matters
10. Vallance Family Correspondence, 1924 - 1947. Correspondence, clippings, drawings of Vallance's immediate family
11. Vallance Family Correspondence, 1908 - 1929. Papers of Dell D. Adams, Mexican officials, and land agent regarding Adams property in Enseñada, Baja California
12. Vallance Family Correspondence, 1930 - 1950, undated
13. Vallance Family Correspondence, 1930 - 1950, undated
Box 210
Business Affairs
Folder
1. Correspondence, 1921 - 1957. Material covers home, auto and other property, insurance, income taxes, wills, and other personal business matters
2. Correspondence, 1921 - 1957. Material covers home, auto and other property, insurance, income taxes, wills, and other personal business matters
3. Correspondence, 1921 - 1957. Material covers home, auto and other property, insurance, income taxes, wills, and other personal business matters
4. Correspondence, 1921 - 1957. Material covers home, auto and other property, insurance, income taxes, wills, and other personal business matters
5. Vallance Farm in London, Ohio, 1933 - 1944. Correspondence with farm management company and with sharecropper regarding planting and maintenance
6. Vallance Farm in London, Ohio, 1933 - 1944. Correspondence with farm management company and with sharecropper regarding planting and maintenance
7. Vallance Farm in London, Ohio, 1933 - 1944. Correspondence with farm management company and with sharecropper regarding planting and maintenance
8. Vallance Farm in London, Ohio, 1933 - 1944. Correspondence with farm management company and with sharecropper regarding planting and maintenance
9. Vallance Farm in London, Ohio, 1933 - 1944. Correspondence with farm management company and with sharecropper regarding planting and maintenance
10. Vallance Farm in London, Ohio. Documents, 1876 - 1946. Deeds, sharecropper contracts, sketches of planting
Box 211
Estates
Folder
1. Julia A. Budlong Estate, 1925 - 1926
2. Alida MacKay Estate, 1929 - 1946
3. Alida MacKay Estate, 1929 - 1946
4. Ruth Burns McMillen Estate, 1939 - 1940
5. Ruth Burns McMillen Estate, 1939 - 1940
6. Charles S. Munger Estate, 1930
7. Elizabeth T. Taylor Estate, 1925 - 1938
8. John Vallance Estate, 1923 - 1940
9. Robert Vallance Estate, 1927 - 1932
10. Walton County Bank Liquidation, 1923 - 1932
Memorabilia
Box 212
Memorabilia, 1950 - 1961, undated
Plate of official Vallance State Department photograph
Folder
1. Certificate of appointment as Delegate to the International Radiotelegraph Conference, 1927. Signed by Calvin Coolidge and Frank B[illings] Kellogg, June 13, 1927.
2. Picture of Canadian and U.S. Arbitration Tribunal and assisting counsel in the I'm Alone case [January, 1935?]. Pictured left to right: Julius C. Holmes, E. D'Arcy McGreer, Sir Ronald Lindsay, R. Walton Moore, William R. Vallance, William Carson Bodine, George Wharton Pepper, Sir Lyman Poor Duff, Justice Willis Van Devanter, John E. Read, Geon Mayrand.
3. University of Rochester Alumni-Alumnae Centennial Convocation Award Certificate bestowed upon Vallance for distinguished service in Law and International Relations, June, 1950
4. Autographed and inscribed portrait of John Foster Dulles presented to Vallance upon retirement, December, 1957
5. New York State Bar Association Plaque presented to Vallance in recognition of his service as chairman of the Committee on International Law, 1944 - 1959
6. Fountain pen used by Dwight David Eisenhower to sign an Agreement with Canada relating to Cooperative Development of Water Resources of the Columbia River Basin. Presented to Vallance by David W. Kendall, Special Counsel to the President, January 17, 196
ARTICLES AND ADDRESSES BY WILLIAM ROY VALLANCE
Catalogued in chronological order.
"The Three-Mile Limit and Prohibition," address delivered before the Washington College of Law. Enclosed in letter from Clyde S. Baily, Nov. 23, 1923. [204.2, 208.6]
Lecture at the Foreign Service School, 1926. [208.6]
"International Electrical Communications," address delivered at the Naval War College, Newport, R.I., July 22, 1927. [32.2]
"Exemption of Aliens from Taxation," American Journal of International Law, XXIII (April, 1929), 395-98. [1.8]
"'Uncle Bill' Morey's Posthumous Book Helps Settle International Dispute," Rochester Alumni Review, IX (February-March, 1931), 78-80. [208.7]
"International Radio Regulation," address delivered before the Federal Bar Association, Mar. 18, 1931. [48.8, 178.10]
"Visit of American Lawyers to London and Paris," Federal Bar Association Journal, I (September 1931), 5-10. [208.7]
"Give Shoes to the Old Lady Who Lived in a Shoe," address over radio WRC, Washington, D.C., Nov. 11, 1931. [201.6]
"Give Shoes to the Old Lady Who Lived in a Shoe," address over radio WMAL, Washington, D.C., Dec. 30, 1932. [201.6]
"Some Legal Problems Arising in the Department of State Not Involving Foreign Relations," Federal Bar Association Journal, I (March, 1933), 49-54. Originally an address delivered at the Federal Bar Association, January 1933. [208.7]
Statement [before House Committee on Appropriations] representing the Federal Bar Association [regarding compulsory retirement of Government lawyers], April 24, 1933. [179.5]
"Title to Land in Antarctica," Federal Bar Association Journal, I (October, 1933), 53-4, 63-?, p. 63-? missing. [208.7]
"Dexter Perkins on Monroe Doctrine," Rochester Alumni Review, XII (October-November, 1933), 10-11. Also published in Federal Bar Journal, I (October, 1933). [208.7]
"A Biographical Sketch," Federal Bar Association Journal, II (April, 1934), 50-52. Originally an address at the Federal Bar Association, Nov. 15, 1933 in honor of Major General Blanton Winship. [179.5]
Remarks at a Federal Bar Association dinner to honor Attorney General Homer Cummings, June 25, 1934. [179.9]
"Arbitration of I'M ALONE case Revivifies Principles of International Law," Federal Bar Association Journal, II, 3 (April 1935), 127-8, 152-8, 173-4. [139.17]
"American Bar Association Delegates Hold Important Meeting," Federal Bar Association Journal, III, 1 (April 1937), 49, 56-7. [165.3, 208.7]
"Important Action Taken at Meeting of American Bar Association at Kansas City," Federal Bar Association Journal, III (November 1937), 95-8. [208.7]
Summary of paper on "Recognition of Personality of Corporations throughout the Western Hemisphere," 1937. [165.2]
"International Convention for Regulation of Whaling and the Act of Congress Giving Effect to Its Provisions," American Journal of International Law, 112-19, [1937?]. [99.2]
"Accomplishments of the House of Delegates at the Cleveland A.B.A. Meeting," delivered before the Women's Bar Association, Sept. 22, 1938. [166.9]
"Outstanding Events at Cleveland Annual Meeting of American Bar Association," Federal Bar Association Journal, III, 4 (November 1938), 209-16, 249. [180.6, 208.7]
Remarks at a meeting of the Section of International and Comparative Law, American Bar Association, Dec. 9, 1938. [166.9]
"Foreign Notarial Services," New York State Bar Association Bulletin, X, 4 (December 1938), 139-41. [193.3]
"American Bar Association Holds Outstanding Meeting," Federal Bar Association Journal, III, 6 (November 1939), 377-82. [167.7]
"Evolution of International Law," address delivered before Rotary International, Feb. 21, 1940. [202.1]
"International Law Section to Hold Spring Meeting," American Bar Association Journal, XXVI, 4, (April 1940), ?, 337-9, 375. [182.5]
"Important Resolutions and Reports Considered by the House of Delegates at Midwinter Meeting," Federal Bar Association Journal, IV (April, 1940), 45-51. [208.7]
"The Lawyers of the Americas Meet at Habana: A Report of the Conference of the Inter-American Bar Association." Extension of remarks of Foster Stearns in House of Representatives, August 5, 1941. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1941. [183.9]
"Lawyers of America Unite," address before the Annual Meeting of the Virginia State Bar Association, Aug. 8, 1941. [183.8]
"A Challenge to Women Lawyers," Kappa Beta Pi Quarterly, XXV (December, 1941), 223-5. Originally an address given before the Kappa Beta Pi Convention. [208.7]
"Some Outstanding Events at the Havana Conference of the Inter-American Bar Association," Journal of the Bar Association of the District of Columbia, VIII, 199, 271, 321, 442. [183.7, 208.7]
"Inter-American Arbitration: Commercial Arbitration Considered at the Havana Conference of the Inter-American Bar Association," Arbitration Journal, VI [1941?], 2-3, 136-43. [183.9]
"Post-War Plans of the Inter-American Bar Association," American Journal of International Law, XXXVII, 1 (January, 1943), 104-15. [185.7]
"Post-War Problems Discussed by A.B.A. Delegates," Federal Bar Association Journal, [V?] (May, 1943), 59-61. [180.12]
"Second Conference of Inter-American Bar Association Promotes Inter-American Understanding and Good Will - Report of Rio de Janeiro Meeting," address delivered at the Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association, Aug. 23, 1943. Preprinted from Report of Proceedings of Section of International and Comparative Law, 1942-3. [185.7]
"Inter-American Bar Association Holds Interesting Meeting at Rio de Janeiro," American Journal of International Law, XXXVII, 4 (October 1943), 666-68. [185.7, 208.7]
"Second [Inter-American Bar Association] Conference an Outstanding Success," Kappa Beta Pi Quarterly, [XXVII (October, 1943)], 116-[117]. [185.7]
"Outstanding Delegates Attend Mexico City Inter-American Bar Meeting," address delivered before Section of International and Comparative Law, American Bar Association, Sept. 12, 1944. [185.9]
"Third Conference of Inter-American Bar Association," Tulane Law Review, XIX (December, 1944), 244-49. [185.9]
"Inter-American Lawyers Hold Profitable Meeting at Santiago, Chile," address delivered before the American Bar Association Section on International and Comparative Law, Dec. 19, 1945. [169.7, 185.11]
"Inter-American Bar Association Holds Its Fourth Conference," Bulletin of the Pan-American Union, LXXX (80), 1 (January, 1946), 37-40. Co-authored by George Maurice Morris. [186.2]
"Lawyers of the Americas Recommend Important Improvements in Law," American Journal of International Law, [1947?]. [186.3]
"Responsibility of the American Lawyer in a Free Society," address delivered before Louisiana State Bar Association, April 16-17, 1948. [186.4, 208.6]
"Legal Education and Other Subjects," Journal of the Bar Association of the District of Columbia, (May, 1948). Originally an address delivered at the Vth Conference of the Inter-American Bar Association, 1947. [186.3]
"Sixth Inter-American Bar Conference, Detroit, May 22-June 1, 1949," American Journal of International Law, XLII, 1 (January, 1949), 130-32. [186.5]
"History and Organization of the Inter-American Bar Association," Michigan State Bar Journal, XXVIII, 5 (May, 1949), 15-16. [186.5]
"Inter-American Bar Association: Sixth Conference Held at Detroit," American Bar Association Journal, (July, 1949). [186.5]
"International Bar Organizations," address delivered before the New York State Bar Association, Jan. 1951. [186.9]
"Some Legal Problems Involved in Relations Between the United States and Great Britain," address delivered before the Optimist's Club, Alexandria, Va., April 25, 1951. [201.8]
"[History of the Inter-American Bar Association]," address delivered before the New Jersey State Bar Association meeting, Atlantic City, May 25, 1951. [186.9, 201.4]
"[Discussion of Resolution opposing Bricker Amendment]," address delivered before the New York State Bar Association meeting, Jan. 30, 1952. [194.4]
"A 1954 Odyssey to Latin America," address delivered before the Federal Club, May 10, 1954. [187.3]
"Dissemination of Knowledge through Conferences, Law Schools, Exchange of Students and Professors, and Inter-American Law Associations," paper prepared for [Columbia University] Bicentennial Celebration, Oct. 25-30, 1954. [96.8, 200.3]
"Lawyers of the Americas Exchange Views at Sao Paulo," [1954?]. [187.3]
"Future Program of the Inter-American Bar Association," address delivered before the Florida Bar Association, May 10, 1956. [187.5]
"Lawyers of the Americas Meet in Dallas," Federal Bar News, III (September, 1956), 382, 386-92. [187.6]
"Recent Interesting International Law Cases and U.S. Treaty Developments," International and Comparative Law Bulletin [of the American Bar Association], II (July, 1958), 22-30. [171.6]
"Digest of Interesting International Law Cases in United States Courts, 1957-58," [1958?]. [171.6]
"The Settlement of International Boundary Waters Questions in North America," from the series Cursos Monógráficos, published by the Inter-American Academy of Comparative and International Law, Havana, 1959. Originally delivered as lectures at the IX Annual Meeting, 1957. [15.9, 90.4, 208.7]
"Statement about Powers of Attorney Executed in One Country for Use in Another," papers prepared for the Xith conference International Bar Association, Lausanne, Switzerland, July 11-15, 1966. [191.8]
"Contestacion al Discurso de Bienvendia," [Welcome Speech] delivered [at an Inter-American Bar Association Meeting], [n.d.]. [188.4]


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