Register of the Donald M. Brodie Miscellaneous Papers, 1919-1941

Finding aid prepared by Olga Dunlop; machine-readable finding aid created by James Lake
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Title: Donald M. Brodie Miscellaneous Papers
Date (inclusive): 1919-1941
Collection Number: 82062
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 2 manuscript boxes, 1 envelope (0.9 linear feet)
Abstract: Correspondence, reports, maps, and printed matter, relating to the King-Crane report on mandates in Turkey, 1919, and to the Conference on American Relations with China, held in Baltimore, 1925.
creator: Brodie, Donald M., 1890-1974

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[Identification of item], Donald M. Brodie Miscellaneous Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1982.

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Biographical Note

1890, Aug. 31 Born, Cincinnati, Ohio
1911 A.B., Oberlin College
1915 M.A., Columbia University
1919 Member, American Committee to Negotiate Peace, Paris
1919 Secretary, American Commission on Mandates in Turkey
1920-1921 Secretary to American Minister, Peking, China
1922-1939 Financial Secretary to Charles R. Crane
1925-1955 Secretary-treasurer, Institute of Current World Affairs
1939-1946 Treasurer, China Institute in America
1947-1974 Treasurer, China Foundation
1974, Feb.3 Died, New York, N.Y.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Conference on American Relations with China (1925 : Baltimore)
Crane, Charles R.
Inter-Allied Commission on Mandates in Turkey.
China--Foreign relations--United States.
China.
Mandates--Middle East.
Middle East.
Turkey.
United States--Foreign relations--China.
United States--Foreign relations.
World War, 1914-1918--Territorial questions--Turkey.
World War, 1914-1918.

Box 1

THE INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON MANDATES IN TURKEY, AMERICAN SECTION

General note

Report, 1919. (Report by Charles R. Crane and Henry Churchill King). Typescript, correspondence, reports, fragments of drafts, related materials, arranged by physical form, 1919-1940.
Mixed Materials 1-2

CONFERENCE ON AMERICAN RELATIONS WITH CHINA, Baltimore, Sept. 17-20, 1925

General note

Preliminary papers, bulletins, correspondence, financial material, membership lists, arranged by physical form, 1925-1941.
Box 2

SUBJECT FILE, 1920-1931

General note

Block prints, clippings, correspondence, printed matter, arranged alphabetically by topic.
 

PHOTOGRAPHS

 

THE INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ON MANDATES IN TURKEY, AMERICAN SECTION.

General note

Report, 1919. (Report by Charles R. Crane and Henry Churchill King).
Box 1, Folder 1

Section I. Report Upon Syria.

 

Typescript. Aug. 28, 1919

Folder 2

Fragments of drafts. n.d.

Folder 3

Related materials. List of officials in Palestine and Syria; petitions and letters; report re conversations, with King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud; "Summarized Statement of Significant Conclusions from the Petitions." July 8, 1919-May 5, 1925

Folder 4

Section II. Report Upon Mesopotamia. Typescript. Aug. 28, 1919

Folder 5

Section III. Report Upon the Non-Arabic-Speaking Portions of the Former Ottomen Empire. Typescript. Aug. 28, 1919

Folder 6

Correspondence. Includes correspondence of C. R. Crane

 

General. 1919-1940

Folder 7

Wilson, Woodrow. 1919-1922

Folder 8-9

Maps. Maps used in preparation of report. Compiled by Geographical Section, British General Staff. 1918

Folder 10

Miscellany. Biographies of commission members, memoranda re publication of King-Crane Report, press releases. 1919-1940

Folder 11

Material in Arabic. Petitions, invitations, miscellany. n.d.

 

CONFERENCE ON AMERICAN RELATIONS WITH CHINA, Baltimore, Sept. 17-20, 1925.

Box 1, Folder 12

General. Proposed outline of program, announcement, preliminary report, comments. n.d.

Folder 13

Preliminary papers solicited by the Data Committee. Includes, Willoughby, W. W., "Extraterritoriality In China"; Eldridge, F. R., "Chinese Trade and Customs Control"; Lowrie, Gale S., "The Foreign Relations of China"; Warnhuis, A. L., "The Status of Missionaries in China"; Rogers, Walter S., "Communications"; Hodges, Charles, "Non-Political Factors Underlying the Chinese Problem"; Hodges, Charles, "Material Illustrative of Concession-Diplomacy in China"; Roots, L. H., "The Situation in China"; Kellogg, Frank B., "Speech About the Chinese Situation"; Stuart, J. Leighton, "The American Response to Chinese Opinion". 1925

Folder 14

Bulletins. Nos. I-V, Sept. 1-15, 1925

Folder 15

Financial materials. 1925

Folder 16

Membership lists. 1925

Box 2, Folder 1

Correspondence. 1925-1941

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1920-1931

Box 2, Folder 2

The Anglo-Japanese Alliance. Memorandum, report. 1921

Folder 3

China

 

Clippings and miscellaneous printed matter. 1925-1931

Folder 4

Reports and lectures. 1921

Folder 5

Prints. 1921

Folder 6

China Consortium. Agreement, minutes. 1921

Folder 7

Middle East. Clippings and printed matter. 1919-1926

Folder 8

Oberlin College. Special Committee of the Alumni Association. Reports, correspondence. 1926

Folder 9

Syria, visit by Charles R. Crane, Reports, correspondence. 1922

 

PHOTOGRAPHS

Envelope A

1 print of Viscount and Lady Allenby and miscellaneous prints (4 prints/1 envelope)