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Commercial and trade relations
Commissioner in United States, resident
Question of Naval Base, 1937
U.S. Naval Base
U.S. Relations, Postwar
Wood-Forbes Report, 1921
Phillips, Alfred N.
Phillips, Wallace B.
Phraner, Stanley L.
Pickel, Robert D.
Picot, Madame Willie Georges
Pierce Arrow Service
Pierson, Warren Lee
Piffard, Helen Strong
Pilcher, James B.
Pillion, John R.
Pillsbury Flour Mills Company
Pinchot, Mrs. Gifford
Pinon, Rene, "A New Phase of the Struggle for the Pacific"
Pitcher, Stephen L.
Plans and suggestions
Platforms, United States Government Party, 1940, 1944
Pogue, Joseph E.
Poland, W. B.
Police Force, International
Police, traffic, May 29, 1955
Policy Committee, Minutes, 1943-1944
Policy Committee, Minutes, 1943-1944 (3 folders)
Policy Committee, Minutes, 1943-1944 (5 folders)
Polish Information Service
Political Science Association (D.C.)
Political Science, general, outline
Political Science, Study of
Politics, Science of, Report of National Conference on, 1923
Pond, J. Lawrence
Pool, John C.
Poole, Dewitt C.
Poor, Henry V.
Pope, Arthur Upham
Populations and territories, Japanese controlled
Porter, Congressman Charles O. and Nash, Ernest T.
Porter, Stephen G.
Porter, Thurston R.
Possony, Stefan T.
Post Office Department
Posthumus, N. W.
Post-War Foreign Policy, Advisory Committee on
Post-War Foreign Policy, Advisory Council on
Post-War planning, commitments and aims
Post-War Programs, Committee on
Potsdam, Tripartite at Berlin, July 17 - August 2, 1945
Pott, F. L. Hawks
Potter, Kenneth F.
Potter, Pitman B.
Pound, Roscoe, on U.S. China Policy, 1949
Powell, Helen K.
Powell, J. B.
Powell, P. P.
Powell, Ralph, 1960
Power, effective rulers of the Untied States
Powers, John H.
Poynter, Nelson P.
Pratt, John H.
Pratt, Sir John
Problems of, 1916
1917, U.S. Army and Navy Chart
1930, W. R. Castle, Armistice Day speech
President's Messages, 1917
President Polk's Proclamation of War with Mexico, 1846 (See: China: Papers: Reinsch acquisition)
President's Statement to Congress, December 15, 1941
Presidents of the United States, The Book of the
Press clipping bureaus
Press (the), Dillon, E. J. on
"Press and Politics," Volume I, Number 1
Press (the), 1956
Price, Allen Thomas
Price, Elizabeth Kendall
Price, Ernest B.
Price, Harry B., "The Marshall Plan"
Price, Harry B.
Price, Maurice T.
Prickett, Karl E.
Princeton, December 3, 1938
Princeton, 20th Century Fund, Ronald Reagan, 1954-1955
Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
Principles of U.S. foreign policy
Prisoners of war
Prisoners of war, 1944-
Prisoners of war, Execution of Aviators (See also: Doolittle Raid)
Private property, immunity in war
Propaganda Committee, Combined Chiefs of Staff
Propaganda, methods, Parker
Property list, estate
Protection of American Interests
"Protection of Citizens Abroad by Armed Force," by Edwin Borchard
Protection of foreign interests
Protocol, Diplomatic Reception, White House, 1936-1937
Protocol (Geneva) for Pacific Settlement of International Disputes, 1924
Protocol, Washington, list of rank and precedence, 1953
Providence Journal and Evening Bulletin
Prussian Treaty of 1828
Public Affairs Press
Puckle, Sir Frederick
Pugach, Noel (U. of Wisconsin)
Puleston, William D.
Puleston, "The Influence of Force in Foreign Relations," 1955
Purdy, Milton D.
Puryear, Edward F.
Putnam, John R.
G. P. Putnam's Sons
Quaker Oats Company
Quemoy and Matsu, ABC's of, 1958
Quigley, Harold S.
Articles (See: China: Quigley, Harold S., articles by)
"Chinese Politics and Foreign Powers," 1927
Chinese Politics Today, Review, May 1934
University of Minneapolis, 1934
Quo Tai-chi, Dr.
Quotations and stories
Rabbitt, James A.
Races and problems
Radio station, International Settlement, Shanghai
Radio station, Mukden
Railway, Burma - Yunnan
Railway, Chesapeake and Ohio
Railway, Chicago, Rhode Island and Pacific Railway Co.
Rakhit, Hemendra K.
Ramsay, Gordon A.
Rand, Elbridge D.
Randolph, Bessie C.
Rankin, Jeannette (Montana)
Rankin, Karl L.
Ranneft, J. W. Meijer
Ransdell, J. H.
Raven, F. J.
Ravndal, C. M.
Ray, J. Franklin
Rayl, L. B.
Rayner, Charles B.
Rea, George Bronson
Read, Thomas T.
Ready, Michael J. (Monsignor)
Real estate and moving, 1938
Reciprocity and Preferential Tariff Systems
Recognition of governments, Hornbeck on, ASIL, 1950
Records of usage
Red Cross, American
Red Cross Congress, in Japan, Judge Payne, Delegate, 1934
Reed, Harold and Alice
Reener, J. S.
Refugee Economic Corporation
Reid, John Gilbert
Reifsnider, Bishop C. S.
Reilly, Brig. Gen. Henry J. (U.S.A., retired)
Reinsch, Paul S.
Reischauer, Edwin O.
China - France
China - Russia
France - Great Britain
France - U.S.
Great Britain - Netherlands
Japan - Netherlands
Japan - U.S.S.R.
U.S. - China
U.S. - Great Britain
U.S. - Japan
U.S. - Netherlands
U.S. - Russia
Religious ( Life)
Remer, C. F.
Reminiscences, items to write
Renchard, G. W.
Representation by U.S. Government of interests of one country in third country
Republican Women, League of, School of Politics, "Conduct Foreign Relations," 1930
Research, subsidies for
Research, suggestions for
Research, Who's Who in
Reservations, precedents for
Reserve Officers' Association
Reserve Officers' Association, Constitution of
"Het Residentie Orkest"
Resignation as American Clerk at the Nanking Consulate
Resources, United States
Reversible Collar Company
Reybold, Capt. John B.
Reynard, W. E.
Reynolds, Robert R.
Rhoads, Charles J.
Hamilton, G. E. for the Oxonian
Reunion, 1929, 1933
Exams, etc., 1952
The American Oxonian, price list for reprints
Association of American Rhodes Scholars, Constitution
Class of 1904, the active, manuscript
Reunion, Swarthmore, June 18-20, 1965
Selection, December 1963
Selection Committee, December 1965
Rice, Edward E.
Rice, Elwood E.
Rice, Stuart A.
Rich, John F.
Rich, Raymond T., World Peace Foundation
Richardson, Norval, "My Diplomatic Education"
Richardson, Robert C.
Richardson, W. Garland
Richmond, Indiana (William C. Dennis), 1950
Rickover, Adm. H. G.
Riddell, Guy C.
Riggs, B. Reath
Riggs National Bank
Rights, A Declaration of
Rinehart, Stanley M.
Ringwalt, Arthur R.
Rivers, William C.
Robbins, Warren D.
Roberts, Owen F.
Robertson, C. H.
Robertson, David A.
Robins, H. M.
Robinson, Leland R.
Robinson, Thomas H.
Rock, Dr. Joseph F.
Rock Creek Women's Republican Club, 1961
Rockefeller, John D.
Rodgers, Rear Admiral W. L., "Diplomacy"
Rodgers, William L.
Rogers, Edith Nourse
Rogers, Fred F.
Rogers, James Grafton
Rogers, James Harvey
Rogers, Leighton W.
Rogers, L. "America's Case Against Germany"
Rogers, Walter S.
Rolfe, Mary A.
Romig, Joseph A.
Romijn, Cornelis Theo
Romulo, Carlos P.
Romulo on Asia
Rookmaker, E. Tj.
Roos, Robert A.
Roosevelt and Churchill
Roosevelt, Edith K.
Roosevelt, Franklin D., President
Roosevelt Library, Drewry, 1966
Roosevelt, Nicholas "Making a New China out of War-Torn Nation," 1928
Roosevelt, Theodore, Jr.
Roots, John, on China Policy, 1948 or 1949
Roots, Logan H.
Roper, Daniel C.
Ross, H. F.
Rosse, G. W.
Roszel, B. M.
Rowe, David N.
Rowe, David, on U.S. and Asia, 1949
Roue, Leo S.
Rowell, Chester Harvey
Rowland, Charles A.
Royal Institute of International Affairs
Rubber, 1940, 1942
Rubel, L. E.
Ruddock, A. B.
Rugg, Charles B.
Rush-Bagot Agreement of 1817
Rusk, Dean, 1950-1963
Russell, Charles A.
Russell, John Forbes
Russian East Asia
Rutherford, Forrest S.
Ryan, the Rt. Rev. James Hugh (Bishop of Omaha)
Ryan, James W.
Ryan, Martin A.
Ryan, W. R.
Saint John's Church
Saionji, Prince Kimmochi
Salisbury, Laurence E.
Salmon, David A.
Salter, Arthur and Ethel
Salter, Fred K.
Salvesen, H. K.
Samoa and New Zealand
San Antonio Express
San Francisco Chronicle
Sanborn, Design for War Review by Bemis
Sandberg, H. W.
Sanders, Jack Howard
Sands, William Franklin
Sansom, Sir George
Sard, Abbie Ingalls
Sard, Russell E.
Sarnoff Plan, May 1955
Saturday Evening Post
Saturday Evening Post (Mr. Frederic Nelson), 1954
Saturday Evening Post, July 1961
Savitsch, Eugene de
Scalapino and Conlon Associates
Schaffner, Margaret A.
Schain, Josephine, "Cause and Cure of War"
Schecklen, George F.
Scheeline, Julia G.
Scherer, James A. B.
Schick, Leonard H.
Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr.
Schmitt, Bernadotte E.
Schmitt, Bernadotte E.
Schnapper, M. B.
Schnare, Lester L.
Schneider, President Herman
Schock, H. C.
Schoenfeld, Rudolf E.
Scholes, Prof. Walter V., 1966
Scholte, Daphne W.
Scholz, Richard F.
Schroder, Hans Jurgen
Schuirmann, Captain Roscoe E.
Schuler, Frank A., Jr.
Schurman, Jacob Gould
Schwartz, Harry, "Two Lenins," NYT Mag., July 14, 1963
Schwellenbach, Lewis B. (Washington)
Scott, Almere L.
Scott, the Reverend Charles Ernest
Scott, James Brown
Scribe, the (re Egypt), Vol. I, No. 1
Scribner Book Store
Seaman's Church Institute of New York
Sears Roebuck, 1955
Southeast Asia Treaty Organization
Seavey, Warren A.
Secretary of State
Press interviews with
Messages from and to Minister Hirota, February 21 and March 3, 1934
China-Japan, Statement of December 5, 1935
Eight Pillars of Peace Statement, July 16, 1937
Statement of August 23, 1937
Speech at National Press Club, March 17, 1938
Address of February 29, 1940
Address of October 26, 1940
Address of November 1, 1940
Address of November 5, 1940
Lincoln Day Speech, 1942
Drafts of Secretary's address, September 11, 1943
Memoranda summarizing situation in the Far East, 1943
Security Storage Co.
See, F. S.
Seelt, H. G. N.
Segsworth, B. C.
Seibert, Edwin L.
Selective Service Regulations
Senate (Theodore Green)
Seret-Sijthoff, Mrs. J. L.
Sevensma, Tietse Pieter
Shang Cheng, General
Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury
Shanghai Tiffin Club
Shanghai Tiffin Club, Hornbeck talk, December 13, 1955
January 27-28, official
April 22, morning
April 22, afternoon
Full explanation by Williams to White, April 27
Agreements and diplomatic record, texts
Clauses, Austrian Treaty, original
Congressional Record, March 3-4, 1920
Decision, effects of, Peace Conference, Peking
Decision, official statement, Baker, April 30
Decision at Paris Peace Conference
Protest of Chinese Delegation, May 4
Question, miscellaneous memoranda to Williams and Baker
Recommendations to commissioner, April 23
Chapter VI, Temperley
Chapter VI, Temperley, miscellaneous pages
Treaty Provisions and Explanation
Uchida and Wilson, August 1919
Shantung Christian University
Shao, Otis, January 1957
Sharp, Frank C.
Sharratt (H. F.) Storage Co.
Shaw, G. Howland
Shaw, G. Howland, "unfinished"
Shaw, K. W.
Shecklen, George F.
Sheehy, Maurice S.
Sheil, Mrs. William (Ruth B.)
Sheldon, Charles Stuart
Shelley, Commodore T.
Shepard, W. J., American Political Science Association Program, 1927
Shepardson, Whitney H.
Shepherd, Francis E. A.
Shepherd, George A., Address at Shanghai Tiffin Club, New York, 1937
Shepherd, George A.
Sherertz, D. L.
Sherman, Thomas F.
Sherrill, Charles H.
Sherwell, G. Butler
Shih Hu, Dr.
Shipley, Ruth B.
Shipstead, Senator Henrik (Minnesota)
Shirts and collars
Shoemaker, Col. Henry W.
Shortridge, L. Virginia
Shotwell, James T.
Commercial Treaty, MacMurray to Hornbeck, 1921
King and Queen Visit United States, 1931
Legal status of foreigners
Order of White Elephant
"Paring Down Siam," H. A. Gibbons
Sayre, "Siam's Fight for Sovereignty"
Tariff and trade bibliography
Trade of Bangkok, 1918-1919
Treaty Clauses, drafts of
Treaties, Case for Revision of, 1919
U.S. Treaty of 1920
U.S. Treaty of 1921
U.S. Treaty, Hornbeck on
U.S. Treaty, commercial
Russia materials, 1917
Expedition, World War
Far Eastern Republic, constitution
Far Eastern Republic, history
Intervention, Japan, special memo
Intervention in Russia
Japan in, view of Shibata, 1918
Siebbert, W. H.
Silberling, H. J.
Simmang, Theodore E.
Simms, William Philip
Simon, Sir John
Simonds, Frank H.
Simonds, Col. George S.
Simonds, Lt. Gen. G. G.
Simpson, Sir John Hope, National Flood Relief Commission
Simpson, Sen. Milward L. (Wyoming)
Sims, John G., Jr.
Sinclair, Gregg M.
Sink, Robert W.
Sino-American Cultural Society, 1963
Sino-Korean People's League (See: Haan, Kilsoo K.)
Sisson, C. N.
Sinsabaugh, R. W.
Situation in the Far East as Affected by Current Developments in Europe, memo
Skinner, M. E.
Skinner, Robert P.
Skivirsky, Boris E.
Slade, Mrs. F. Louis
Slade, William A.
Slaughter, M. S.
Slessor, J. C.
Slichter, Prof. Charles S.
Small, J. H.
Smedley, Chester E.
Smith, Anne Pike (Mrs. Alfred T.)
Smith, Bruce and Florence
Smith, C. H., Esquire
Smith, Charles Forster
Smith, Courtney and Prosser Gifford, "Oxford and the Rhodes Scholarships," 1958
Smith, Elizabeth Bertha
Smith, Frank Herron
Smith, H. Alexander
Smith, H. O., Esquire
Smith, James W.
Smith, J. Russell
Smith, Mildred C.
Smith, Ralph W.
Smith, Robert Aura
Smith, Ruth S.
Smith, S. Stephenson
Smith, T. V.
Smith, Thomas F.
Smith, W. R. Verdon
Smith, Walter M.
Smith, Col. William Wolff
Smoot, Senator Charles
Smoot, E. L.
Smuts, Jan Christian
Smyth, Robert L.
Snow, E. D.
Snowstorms I've known
Social Sciences, Encyclopedia of
Socialism, Max Eastman on
Sojourners, May, 1955
Sokobin, Sam, "China" Christmas cards
Solborg, Colonel R. A.
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Soothill, W. E.
Southard, Addison E.
Southeast Asia, Kaplan Report, 1953
Southeast Asian Institute
South Manchurian Railway Loans, Hornbeck on
Dennis, A. L. P., 1922
Far East, tariff and trade
Recognition and trade
Soviet-Japanese Treaty of Neutrality, April 13, 1941
Spamer, Carl O.
Speaking, how to do
Speeches, 1951 and 1952, Dulles, R. H. Douglas, D. Rusk, C. Estes
Speeches, materials for (2 folders)
Speer, Robert E.
Speers, Theodore C.
Speers, Wallace C.
Spencer, Claudius B.
Spencer, Elizabeth K.
Spencer, John Hathaway
Spencer, John M.
Spiker, Carlisle T.
Spiker, Clarence J.
Spinks, Charles N.
Spruks, Henry Charles
Stafford, F. E.
Standard Oil Company
Standley, Admiral William H.
Stanford U. Press
Stanton, Edwin F.
Stapler, John T. G.
Star Radio Co.
Stark, Admiral Harold R.
Starrett, Henry P.
Stassen, Governor Harold F.
State - War - Navy, cooperation
State - War - Navy, Monday meeting
Status of forces
Stayer, Major General
Stearns, Robert L.
Stechert & Co.
Steel, Ned Mayo
Steele, A. T.
Steever, Miller D.
Steigher, G. Nye
Stein, Sir Aurel
Steiner, Professor H. Arthur
Steiner, H. Arthur "The U.S. and the Two Chinas," April 1953
Steiner, Jesse F.
Steinhardt, Laurence A.
Stephan, C. H.
Sterling, Frederick A.
Stern, Eugene W.
Stettinius, Edward R.
Stettinius, Edward R. 1943-1944
Stettinius, Edward R., "unfinished"
Stevens, Mrs. Cabot
Stevens, Francis Bowden
Stevens, Frederick W.
Stevens, Harry E.
Stevens, Raymond B.
Steward, Luther C.
Stewart, James B.
Stewart, Sir Kenneth
Stewart, Robert B., Jr.
Stigall, John O. H.
Stilwell, Joseph W.
Stimson, Edward, transalantic telephone conversations, February-March 1932
Stimson, Henry L.
Stimson, Henry L., Secretary of War
Stimson, Henry L., note to Borah, February 24, 1932
Stimson, Henry L., 1931-1939; 1942-1943; 1947 (7 folders)
Stirling, Rear Admiral (U.S.N.) Yates
Stockton, W. T.
Stokes, Canon Anson P.
Stoller, Roy H.
Stone, Harlan Fiske
Stone, John F. (American Consul, Rotterdam)
Stone, Lee A.
Stone, W. S.
Stone, William T.
Story, Russell M.
Stout, William D.
Stover, Fred W.
Stover, William C.
Stowell, Ellery C.
Strategic raw materials
Strawn, Silas H.
Strawn, Silas H.
Streeper, Robert B.
Strenger, A. D.
Stritch, Samuel A.
Strong, Anna Louise
Strong, George V.
Strong, Gordon Bartley
Stryker, A. J.
Stryker, Alice (Mrs. Harold C. Reed)
Stuart, Charles E.
Stuart, J. Leighton
Random House (D. McDowell), 1954
Notes for ms.
Introduction for ms.
Yenching and U. Board
Stuart, R. Douglas
Stuart, Theodore M.
Stuart, William A.
Student and student oath
Sturgeon, Leo D.
Sturgess, Mrs. Hollister
Sturgis, John H.
Suermondt, R. K.
Sullivan, Daniel J., Jr.
Summerlin, George T.
Summers, John H.
Sun Yat Sen
Supplies, provisions, etc.
Swanson, Mrs. Claude A.
Swanson, Walter P.
Sweet Briar and Mme. Chiang and Pres. Pannell
Sweet Briar Symposium, March 1955
Sweet, William E.
Swiggett, Glen Levin
Swing, Raymond Gram
Swingle, Walter T.
Swisher, Earl, "China Today - 1931"
System Modern Business Management
Szymczak, M. S.
Ta Hua Corporation
Taft, Charles P.
Taft, William Howard
Tai, En-Sai (McGuire; Rankin)
Talbot, John H.
Talbott, E. Guy
Tallerday, Louise P.
Tan, Dr. Shao-Hwa
Tan, K. T., Esquire
Act of 1922, Administration
Act and policy, McClure's memorandum on, October 20, 1922
Effect of war on industries
Equality of treatment among nations
European policy since the war
"International Tariff Relations as Affected by the War," Culbertson
League of Nations and tariffs
Relations and world peace
Conference, chronology (See Also: Hornbeck: Memoranda to Johnson, 1926-1927)
Wallace, B. B., articles by
Tarpey, Michael whereabouts, 1943
Taussig, F. W.
Taussig, J. K.
Taylor, A. W.
Taylor, F. A.
Taylor, George C. (U. of Colorado, 1899, and U. of No. Carolina)
Taylor, George E.
Taylor, Helen Strauss
Taylor, Wayne C.
Tcheng, Mademoiselle Soume
Teagle, Walter C.
Tedaldi, Dr. C.
Tedman, P. H.
Telephoning for Uncle Sam
Tenney, Raymond P.
Terry, Arthur, Jr.
Test Ban, 1963-1966
Thacker, Earl M.
Thailand, Order of White Elephant
Thailand, relations with United States
Thank-you letters, 1954
Thank-you notes, December 1955
Thayer, W. W.
Academy of International Laws
Action with Department
Armistice Day, 1946, including speeches
Benton, J. Webb
Beyerly, Harold S.
Commissary and Px
Albert McDoyle (American Consul General, Amsterdam)
Correspondence, November-February 1947
Index to Hague file
Diplomatic Corps, 1946 list
Hornbeck in Holland
Johnson, Col. Frank M.
Military Attache's Office
Naval Attache's Office
American overseas airlines
American Red Cross
Bank, Chase (London)
London, materials for reports and department, 1944-1945
Rules and War, Lecture
Trips to and visitors to
The War This Week
Theses, subject for, suggestions
This Week Magazine
Thomas, Elbert D. (Utah)
Thomas, Eugene P.
Thomas, James A.
Thomas, J. A., letters and conversation, August 8, 1918
Thompson & Co.
Thompson, Llewellyn E. (Ambassador)
Thornburg, Max W.
Thorning, Joseph F.
Thurber, Vice Admiral H. R.
Thuring, J. Joh.
Thwing, Charles F.
Tierie, Mrs. Nicolas J. C.
Tigert, John J.
Timor (Portuguese Territory)
Timperley, H. J.
Tinkham, George Holden
Todd, Constance L.
Todd, Mrs. Lawrence
Tolischus, Otto D.
Tolmachoff, John N.
Tong, Col. S. C.
Tooker, F. J. (son, F. F. Tooker)
Toole, Charles E.
Topics for studies
Townsend, Fred L.
Rules, Great Britain
United States-Far East
United States-Soviet Union
Traffic Bureau, Buettner and data
Train, Admiral, for February 18, 1959
Traina, Prof. Richard P., 1966
Treat, Payson J.
Miscellaneous, 1922, 1928
Four Power, December 13, 1921
Memo from Treaty Division, Department of State, 1929
Nine Power, February 6, 1922
Plans for No Separate Agreement
Samoa in the
United States and China
United States and China, commercial
United States and China, tariff
United States first with France, 1778
United States and Japan, 1911
U.S. and Siam
Trinkle (Governor of Virginia)
Trip to Washington
Tripartite Conference, Moscow
Trippe, Juan T.
Troy lecture, Rensselaer Polytechnic, March 1949
True, Allen Tupper
Truman, President Harry S. (2 folders)
Truman, President Harry S., letters and memo to, February - March 1947
Truman - MacArthur
Tsiang, Dr. T. F.
Tsiang Resolution at U.N. Political Committee, 1952
Tsing Hua College
Tuck, S. Pinkney
Tugwell, Rexford G.
Tung, H. E.
Tyan, M. T. Z.
Union College, Schenectady, two lectures, November 11, 12, 1929
United China Relief
United China Relief, Princeton Conference, May 31 - June 1, 1941
Association for, meetings, February 1955
China in the
China at, December 1949
Freeman, March 1955
Organization, San Francisco Conference, London Conference, January 10, 1946 - February 1949
Package deal, 1955
Package deal, question of admission, 1955 (Dr. Tingfu F. Tsiang)
Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
San Francisco Conference, April 25 - June 27, 1945
Dr. Tsiang (See also: U.N.: Admissions)
United Service to China
United States Chamber of Commerce
United States-China Policy on Recognition and Admission, August 1958
United States commerce, 1916, O. P. Austin
United States, economic
United States Flag Association
United States foreign relations, policy
United States government
United States government, administration
United States government, New Deal
United States history
United States Information Service
United States Military Academy
United States Military Mission of the Caucasus, 1919 (See also: "Harbored Mission")
U.S. Military Mission to Armenia, Hornbeck's reports and summaries
Great Britain-Turkey Agreement re Prisoners of war, etc., 1918
"Cherchez les Femmes"
United States Military Mission to the Netherlands
United States Naval Academy
United States News
U.S. News and World Report
U.S. News and World Report, "What...Do About China?" December, 1950
United States of America, general
United States policy
Assistance on two fronts, 1941
Press clippings, 1941
Regional doctrines, 1944
Far East, 1937-1941
Far East, in and with regard to the
Far East and China
United States, progress to January 1956, A. B. Lewis in New Leader
United States trade in the Far East
United States Treasury Department
United States, war with Germany and Italy
United States, war with Japan, press clippings
Universal Trading Corporation
University Men's Conference, Council on Foreign Relations, Inc., New York, April 29, 1938
University of Chicago
University of Colorado
University of Denver
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, May 21, 1942
University of Pittsburgh
University of Virginia, Walter Washington and Kinker, Roanoke, etc., January 24-28, 1955
University of Wisconsin (loyalty)
University Supply Association
Urbana, May 1934
Utah State Agricultural College, Logan, Utah, Commencement address
V. J. Day
Vacuum cleaner, July 1953
Vaile, Kate R.
Vaile, William H.
Valeo, Francis R.
Valkov, V. (Ambassador of USSR)
Van Arsdale, Howard C.
Van Arsdall, Helen
Van Bemmel, Piet F.
Van Deman, Ralph H.
Van Doren, Irita
Van Eyck, Van Jan
Van Hise, Charles R.
Van Kessenich, Michiels
Van Loon, Henry
Van Mook, Hubertus (Lieutenant Governor General of Dutch East Indies)
Van Slyke, Donald D.
Van Wickel, Jesse F.
Vandenberg, Senator Arthur H.
Vaughan, General H. B.
Veatch, A. C.
Vermont University Conference, April 1955 and after
de Veyga, Francisco
Viet Nam, 1966 (2 folders)
"Viewing with Alarm"
Villanova U., Horneck, 1957
Villaret, Col. E.
Vinacke, Harold M.
Vinacke's papers on U.S. Policy Toward China, 1960
Vinacke - Wilbur - Appleton, 1953
Vincent, George Clark
Vincent, John Carter
Virginia Quarterly Review, 1952
Virginia, University of, Institute of Public Affairs, 1933
Visit of Congressional Party to Philippines and Far East, 1935
Visit of Economic Mission to Far East
Visit of Japanese Economic Mission to the United States
Visit of Secretary of War to Philippines, 1935-1936
Visits and Missions of Good Will and Tours
Visits of Americans abroad
Visits of Chinese to United States
Visits of Japanese to United States
Vlahooich, Lewis J.
Voelker, Paul F.
Voice of America and U.S. Information Agency
Voss, Earl H.
Voting at Denver
van Vredenbruch, H. L. F. C.
Vukmanic, G. J.
Wailes, Edward T.
Wainwright's story, 1945
Walker, Guy M.
Walker, Richard L., 1963-1965
Walker, Robert S.
Walker, R. and Clark, May 1964, Republican Committee, CI Council
Wallace, Benjamin B.
Wallace, Henry A.
Waller, George P.
Waller, John R., 1958
Wallpaper Manufacturers' Association
Walpole, Floyd F.
Walree, E. D. van
Walsh, Father Edmund (Regent, Georgetown School of Foreign Service)
Walworth, Arthur C.
Wang, C. C.
Wang, Chengting T.
Wang, K. P.
Wanner, John B.
War and colleges, universities, fraternities
War and Peace Conference, 1917
War and peace, law of
War, armistice terms
War, causes and issues
War colleges, general
War cost to U.S.
War, counter offensive
War Crimes, United Nations Commission for the Investigation of
War, diplomatic background
War figures, 1918, allies superiority
War graves registration
War graves, statement by S. K. H., 1947
War, legal status of
War Message, Wilson, April 2, 1917
War plan, Orange-Blue, 1927
War, preparation for
War, state of
War trade, Jones
War, World, III
Ward, Elizabeth D.
Ward, Emma Lane
Wardburgh, R. L.
Warfare, illegal (Gas, Germ, Etc.)
Warfare, political and economic
Warner, Edward P.
Warnshuis, A. L.
Wars, hot and/or cold
Warwick, H. S.
November 12, 1921
Absence of Lloyd George
Agreements and commitments, anti-open door
Articles on results
Asada, on "Japan's special interests"
Blakeslee, G. H.
Board of Reference
Brailsford, H. N., "The Issues"
Bywater, H. C., naval issues
China case at the conference, Doyle
China problem at the conference
China's reply to Harding's invitation
China Society, memoranda
China's ten points
Chinese People's Manifesto, on 21 Demands
"Chinese Tariff, The" (See: Speeches and Writings: China Tariff, Washington Conference, 1921)
Congress debate on Four Powers Treaty
Correspondence during 1921
Dewey, J., "The Issues..."
Doyle on "China's Case"
Economic reports for, Culbertson memo
Eden and Eisenhower, 1956
Far Eastern Republic, claims to conference
Federal Council, on "Problems"
Foreign press correspondents
Four Powers Treaty
Harding's interpretation of the Four Powers Pact, December 20, 1921
Japan, armament and plans
Japan, Far East
Johnson, Japan in S. Manchuria (See: Manchuria: Johnson, Japan in South Manchuria)
MacMurray Arms Conference Staff, November 1, 1924
McCall, S. W.
Millard, on China's critical position at conference, December 6, 1921
Newspaper clippings, 1916-1924
Okuma on the conference
Palen on Shantung and Manchuria
Peffer, N., "Aftermath in East"
Photo of Plenary
Press releases, October - December 1921
Press releases, January - February 1922
Problems of conference
Questions and problems for consideration for agenda, an outline
Reinsch, "China the Key"
Shantung, E. T. Williams' account of
Status of Treaties in 1924
Swedish View, A
Summary of the conference
T. F. M.
Treaty provisions for Far East and Pacific
Wu Ting-Fang Program
Washington's Farewell Address
Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs, 1965
Washington International Club, October 6, 1935
Washington Peace Center
Washington Tuberculosis Association
Watches and glasses
Waterbury, Clair C.
Waterman, Charles W.
Watson, Thomas J.
Watts, Prof. James F., Jr.
Wavell, Archibald P.
Waveren, A. G. van
Way, S. G.
Wayne Art Center
Wayne Tank and Pump Co.
Weber, Ford R.
Webster, Charles K.
Wedemeyer, A. C.
Week in China
Weggelaar, G. C.
Wehle, Louis B.
Wei, W. P.
Wei, Ken-shen, Dr.
Weiss, Prof. Stuart L.
Welles, Sumner, 1939-1943
Welling, Mrs. John P.
Wells Fargo Express Company
Wen, Shih Tsin
Wendell Willkie Award
Wensink, Irwin H.
Wentcher, Lt. Comdr. Ernest C.
West, George L., Jr.
West, Henry L.
West, "How the West Was Won," Life, 1959
West New Guinea
West Point (2 folders)
West Point, SCUSA
Westchester Bond and Mortgage Co.
Westchester County Small Estate Corp.
Westermann, W. L.
Western Union Telegraph Company
Whaling, H. B.
Wharton, G. W.
Wheare, Prof. K. C.
Wheeler, Burton K.
Wheeler, W. Reginald
Wheeler, Rex, December 1955 (Shanghai Tiffin Club)
Wheeler-Bennett, John W.
White Book (See also: Judd, remarks on)
White, Byron R.
White House (3 folders)
White, J. C.
White Oak Cotton Co.
White, T. C.
White, William Allen
Whitefield (Opprobrious Octobrius)
Whitehurst, F. W.
Whitmore, Col. Eugene
Who's Important in Government
Why We Fight
Whyli, A. F.
Whyte, Sir Francis
Wickersham, William F.
Wiesenberger, Arthur, "The Next 100 Points," 1954
Wiggins, Porter P.
Wigglesworth, Richard B.
Wijner, H. P.
Wilbur, Allen S. (See: Vinacke)
Wilbur, Ray Lyman
Wilcox, Rev. Edward Barclay
Wilcox, Francis G. (Senate Committee on Foreign Relations)
Wilcox, Francis O.
Wilcox, Wendell G.
Wilcox (Wendell) Salt Producers, 1948-1953
Wilder, Hon. Amos P.
Wile, Frederic William
Wiley, Charles F.
Wiley, John C.
Wilfley, Judge Lebbeus R.
Wilgus, J. A.
Wilhelmina, Queen and Princess to 1961
Wilkerson, Catherine H.
William and Mary, College of
William, Dr. Maurice
Williams, Major Clark
Williams, Daniel R.
Williams, E. T.
Williams, Mrs. E. T.
Williams, Frank S.
Williams, James Bradley, Jr.
Williams, John H.
Williams, Margaret Hicks (Mrs. James Bradley Williams)
Williams, Roger H.
Williams, Wayne C.
Williamson, S. H.
Williamstown Institute of Politics
Round Table, 1927
Round Table Conference
Hornbeck's Report at Round Table of Round Tables, 1922
Willis, Daisy and Violet
Willis, Frances E.
Willis, H. Parker
Willis, Robert (and the Edwards and the Anguses)
Willoughby, Mrs. Westel Robinson
Willoughby, W. W.
Willys Overland Automobile Agency
Wilson, Mrs. Charles
Wilson, Edwin C.
Wilson, George Grafton
Wilson, Hugh R.
Wilson, Louis N.
Wilson, Thomas W.
Winant, John (Ambassador)
Wingo, James G.
Winslow, Alan Francis
Winston, A. P.
Winston, James Horner
Winter, Thomas G.
Wisconsin (2 folders)
Wisconsin Alumni Association
Wisconsin Bankers Association, 1949
Wisconsin in China
Wisconsin, the Lafollettes (Philip, Robert M., and Robert M., Jr. and Bronson)
Wisconsin Legislative Reference Library
Wisconsin, University of, 1960-1966
Wisconsin, University of, the Badger, 1929
Withdrawal of Americans from Far East, 1937-1941
Wittfogel, Karl A.
Women's City Club of Boston
Women's Patriotic Conference (Mrs. Griswold; Mrs. Good)
Wong, T. T.
Wood, Dr. Edith Elmer
Wood, Junius B.
Woodhead, J. G. W.
Woodland Cemetery, Riverside Cemetery
Woods, James H.
Woodward, Clark H.
Woolley, Martha K.
Worcester Economic Club
Working Security Committee
World Acquaintance Travel
World Friendship Association
World Peace Conference, plans for
World Peace Foundation
Myers, Denys P. and Rich, Raymond
The United States and the Far East
World War I and II
World War II
World War III
World Youth Crusade for Freedom, 1966
World's Fair, Chicago, 1933
World's Fair, 1964
"Wounded, The," "Women and War"
Wren, Fran G.
Wright, Hamilton, Mrs.
Wriston, Henry M.
Wu, C. C.
Wu, C. L., 1961-1965
Wu, K. C.
Wu, K. C., on "Formosa"
Wyatt, Wilson W.
Wylie, F. J.
Wynen, Miss van
Wynne, E. C.
Wynne, Frank B.
Wyoming, 1949, press release, special to N.Y. Times
Wyoming, University of, McGee, 1949, 1950
Wysor, R. J.
Yale, Harvard, Princeton Conference, April 22-23, 1938
Yale - in - China
Yale Review, 1951
Yalta, Crimea Conference, February 4-11, 1945
Yang, Y. C.
Yap, Dr. Diosdado M.
Yap, "U.S. - Japan Treaty, February 11, 1922"
Yardley, Herbert O.
Yarnell, Admiral Harry E.
Alabama, Oct. 22, 1959
Cosmos Club and other correspondence
Yen, E. T.
Yen, Hawkling L.
Yen, James, 1948
Yen, James, "Mass Education"
Yen, W. W.
Yenching Alumni Association
Yoshida, re Hull's November 26, 1955
Yost, Charles W.
Young, Allyn A.
Young, Arthur N.
Young, Arthur N.
Young, Arthur N., memoirs
Young, C. Walter
Young, John Parke
Young, S. S.
Young Americans for Freedom, 1962
Youth for the Voluntary Prayer Amendment, 1966
Youth Hostels, American
Yu, General Ta-Wei
Yui, Stewart E. S.
Zablocki Committee, Hearings, U.S., China, E. Asia, March 8, 1966
Zaldivar, Josee de
Zook, George F.
Zorghvliet, re purchase of, conversation with Lieftinck
Zucker, A. E.
Zumwalt, James G.
Zuylen, J. J. L. van
Chronological Day File, 1931-1946 and 1959-1966.
Scope and Content Note
September 1931 - December 1933 (5 folders)
January 1934 - April 1935 (4 folders)
May 1935 - November 1936 (4 folders)
December 1936 - September 1937 (3 folders)
October 1937 - March 1938 (6 folders)
April 1938 - December 1938 (5 folders)
January 1939 - August 1939 (7 folders)
September 1939 - April 1940 (6 folders)
May 1940 - December 1940 (8 folders)
January 1941 - June 1941 (6 folders)
July 1941 - October 1941 (7 folders)
November 1941 - February 1942 (4 folders)
March 1942 - August 1942 (6 folders)
September 1942 - January 1943 (5 folders)
February 1943 - July 1943 (6 folders)
August 1943 - February 1944 (7 folders)
March 1944 - July 1944 (5 folders)
August 1944 - November 1944 (4 folders)
November 1944 - October 1946 (9 folders)
1959 - June 1961 (4 folders)
July 1961 - August 1962 (3 folders)
September 1962 - August 1963 (3 folders)
September 1963 - September 1964 (4 folders)
October 1964 - September 1965 (4 folders)
October 1965 - October 1966 (5 folders)
Speeches and Writings, 1904-1960.
Scope and Content Note
"After-dinner Speaking," Shanghai, 1911 or 1912
Agreements and Commitments, Anti-Open Door, 1921-1922 (See: Washington Conference, Agreements and Commitments Anti-Open Door)
"Alliances and Balances of Power," 1914
"America's Chinese Policy Analyzed," The Independent, April, 1927
American Constitution, The, 1912
"American Japanese Relations - Problem of Contact," 1924
"American in the Orient," 1911
"American Policy and Action in Relation to China," by S. K. Hornbeck, Williamstown, 1930
"American Policy and the Chinese-Russian Dispute," Williamstown Institute of Politics, August 27, 1929
American University, Speech, "The U.S. and China in 3 Ways Divided," 1950
Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 1921
Arms and Armament, 1914, 1915
Army, Translation of the Military Effort of the Allies, Credit, 1931 1935-1938
Army War College, "Foreign Relations and Policy, U.S.,"
Army War College Lectures
Army College, Lectures Delivered at by Hornbeck, Advisor on Political Relations
Beer, George Louis, 1920?
Belgians, deportation, 1916
Bibliography of Hornbeck's speeches and writings
"British and Americans," Address, Hangchow, July 4, 1912
Broadcast to Women of the Netherlands, May 4, 1945
"Cause and Occasion of Our Entry into the World War 1917" Philadelphia, April 16, 1937
"Causes of the War," Milwaukee Journal, August 9, 1914
Chicago Speech, materials for (not given), 1943
Chicago Tribune Articles, 1915, Japan and China and Japan's Aggressive Policy
China, June 13, 1961
China, American attitude toward, Dictionary of American History, 1938
"China and American Foreign Policy," American Academy, Philadelphia, May 11, 1928
"China and the Causes for the Conditions There," Ohio Bankers' Association, Columbus, Ohio, June 17, 1927
"China and the Foreign Powers Today," The Chinese Students' Monthly, March 1925
"China and the Treaty Powers," Ching Hua College, Tsing Hua, January 22, 1926
"China and Unilateral Treaties," Pan Pacific Progress, July, 1928
"China and U.S. China Policy," misc.
China and U.S. Policy, 1920-1960
China, "The Attitude and Policy of the United States Toward China," American Academy, Philadelphia, 1927
"China," Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, 1922 and 1923
China, "New Monarchy for Old," Review of Reviews, 1916
China, "Opium Merchants Versus Chekiang," 1912
China, "The Opium Question," 1912
"China: the Past and Present Policy of the United States," Naval War College, May 14, 1927
China, "The Policy of the United States," Current History, June 1927
"China Policy of the U.S. - Past and Present," 1966
China - Present Situation, to Gregory for I.P.R., 1925
China, "Principles and Policies in Regard to China," Foreign Affairs, December 1922
"China - the Revolution of 1911," 1912
China, Situation in, Foreign Policy Association, New York, February 26, 1927
China, Situation in, China Society of America, 1927
China, Situation in, Institute of Pacific Relations, 1927
China Tariff, Washington Conference, 1921
"China Today: Political," World Peace Foundation, 1927
China, "Tricks that are Vain," Review of Reviews, 1917
China, The Truth About, New York Herald Tribune, July 17, 1927
China - United States, "Has the United States a China Policy?" Foreign Affairs, July 1927
China - United States, "Has the United States a China Policy?" Congressional Record, January 24, 1928
China, What We Face in, New York Herald Tribune, May 29, 1927
China, "United States and China in a World Three Ways Divided," 1950 Address
"Chinese Politics and Revolution," Review of Reviews, 1917
"The Chinese Situation"; "What Can We Do About China?" Williamstown Institute, 1927
Churchill - Graham Dinner Speech, June 20, 1922
Cincinnati, S. K. H. Talk, University of Cincinnati, 1949
Communism, Viet Nam
"Communism at Work in China," 1958
"Conduct of Foreign Relations," League of Republican Women, Washington, D.C., November 3, 1930
"Conscription Legislation," May 2, 1917
Contemporary China, Outline of New Chapters (See: Ho Ping Song on Contemporary China)
"Count Caleb Cushing," The New England Quarterly, January 1928
"Defending America's Policy," The Christian Register, 1927
"Diplomatic Relations - Severance, Legal and Political Consequences," 1916-1917
Democracy and Obligation, 1916
"Distance," Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin, June 16, 1930
"Distance and Discipline," Address at American School, Peking, 1926
Doctrine of Specific Cases
East Asia, Linebarger, India
East Asia, Overseas Chinese
Europe versus Asia, 1951
The Far East, 1916-1955
"The Far East," 1920
"Far East, American Interests and Policy in," 1930
Far East, Diplomatic Situation, Chinese Students' Monthly, June 1915, Vol. X, No. 9, pp. 575-582
Far East - Financial Problems, Georgetown University, 1922, Lecture
Far East - Foreign Trade, 1924
The Far East, Naval War College, 1928
"The Far East," Outline, Michigan University, 1917
The Far East, "The U.S. and the Far East," 1942
Far East, Principles of American Policy in Relation to the Far East, Cause and Cure of War, January 18, 1934
Far East, University Club, Washington, 1917
The Far East - Working Draft, (for Secretary of State and Income Tax)
"Far Eastern Policy of the United States," 1920
Far Eastern Politics, bibliography
Foreign Relations, conduct of, School of Politics, Washington, 1930
Foreign Service School, lecture at, and letter from Grew, 1926
"Forty Centuries Look Down upon You," Madison, Wisconsin, 1915
"Germany the Cause of the War," 1914
"Germany and the United States, the Next Step," February 2, 1917
Hangchow, How the Revolution Came, 1912
"Has the United States a China Policy?" 1927-1928
"How Much Will You Give?" Commencement Address, University of Colorado, June 13, 1932
Hu Shih, in memorium, address, 1962
Hundred Years of Peace
"Indentured Labor in Virginia," 1903
"India and the War," Lecture, November 15, 1916
"The Institute of Pacific Relations," Williamstown, 1927
International Law in Theory and in Fact, Philosopher's Club, Madison, Wisconsin, 1916
International Mind, On the
International, National and Individual Responsibilities, Universal Training
"International Relations, Institutes of," 1925
International Relations, a chapter in Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Virginia, April 13, 1933
"Japan and China," Chicago Daily Joural, May 5, 1915
"Japan's Aggressive Policy in China...," Chicago Daily Tribune, May 7, 1915
"Japan's Jurisdiction and International Legal Position in Manchuria," miscellaneous
"Japan's Monroe Doctrine for Asia"
"Japan's Monroe Doctrine for Asia," Chicago, 1915
Japan's Twenty-one Demands, 1915
"Juvenile Courts," 1908
King-Hall, "Western Civilization and Far East" Book Review 1924
"Korea in Perspective," World Affairs, Summer 1953
"La Politique des Etats-Unis en Extreme-Orient," La Revue Internationale, Janvier-Fevrier, 1916
Legislation, notes on, 1909
"Loyality," February 4, 1917
"Measures and Men," 1917
"Military Training," S. K. Hornbeck on, Madison, Wisconsin, 1917
"Monroe Doctrine, Cuba, and President Kennedy's Declaration"
"The Near East," May 1, 1920
Notes on Contemporary Problems, 1960s
Open Door Policy, Dictionary of American History, 1938
Open Door Policy - Enunciation, British Policy, 1914?
Open Door Policy in China, Washington Conference, 1922
Open Door Policy in China, Table of contents
Open Door Policy, Miscellaneous, 1914 (correspondence with Professor Clark and Reinsch)
The Open Door Policy, revised - complete
The Open Door Policy, complete, revised, with comments, etc.
The Open Door Policy, original
The Open Door Policy, set I, parts I-IV
The Open Door Policy, part V, "Japan in South Manchuria"
The Opium Question, 1912
"Orientation" Address to the Literary Society of Washington, Oxford 1963
Oxford, American Boys at, 1905
Oxford: The Rhodes Scholar at, Booklover's magazine, January, 1905
"Oxford as Acquaintance Ripens," 1906
Pacific, Situation in, 1923
Pacifists, A suggestion to
Peace and Security, 1938, Chaplains' Association of the Army of the United States
Peace and Security, 1917-1942
"Peking Old and New," 1914
Perry Treaty, Perry Day Speech, Bankers' Club, New York, April 11, 1934
Philippine Independence, 1921
Philippine Independence, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, 1930
Philippines memo for McCoy, 1931; Stimson, 1931
Philippines, Observations on, 1911, Hangchow Philosophic Club
"Policy and Action in Relation to the Current Situation in the Far East," William and Mary College, October 18, 1932
"Policy and Action of the United States in Regard to the Current Sino-Japanese Conflict," Williamstown, August 18, 1932
Political Science, introduction to, outline
Princeton Conference on Purpose of Armed Force
Principles of the Foreign Policy of the United States (a thesis prepared for and submitted to Chief of Staff, G-2, War Department, 1934)
"Principles of Foreign Policy of the United States"
Public addresses, 1930
Public opinion, newspaper articles
"The Russian Revolution and the United States," Milwaukee Journal, 1917
"The Russian Revolution," April 4, 1917
The Russo-Japanese Agreement, 1916
Sao-Ke Alfred Sze memorial, 1958
"Seizure and Search and the Arming of Merchant Vessels"
"United States Far Eastern Policy," Shanghai Tiffin Club, New York, April 27, 1932 (See: United States Policy, Far East)
Shantung and Kawakami, on, April 28, 1915
Siam, Introduction of Minister, Broadcast, November 30, 1930
"Some Activities...Present Administration," Trans-Lux, 1938
"Some Principles and Consideration underlying American Policy in Relation to the Current Situation in the Far East," April 29, 1932
South Seas, letters on trip, 1921
"Speaking of Donkeys," 1924
Speeches, material for
Speeches in Holland
"Sun Yat-Sen's Trip North," 1912
"Supervised Foreign Travel," 1924 (See also: Foreign Service)
"Things Men Fight for"
"Trade, Concessions, Investments, Conflict and Policy in Far East," 1917
"Twenty Basic Errors in Revisionist Thinking on U.S-China Policy"
Union College Address, "Administration of Foreign Affairs," Schenectady, New York, 1929
United Nations, Admission of Communist China and Outer Mongolia
United Nations, 1956
United States Foreign Policy, 1910-1950
"United States: Policy and Action in Regard to the Current Sino-Japanese Conflict," 1932 (See: Policy and Action of U.S. in regard...)
The United States in World Markets
University of Colorado, Sophomore English essays, 1900-1901
University of North Carolina Speech, May 21, 1942
Utah State Agricultural College Speech, June 1, 1942
War and Arithmetic, 1917
"Welcome to the International Student Service Annual Conference," Mount Holyoke College, August 31, 1931
"Which Chinese?" S. K. Hornbeck, 1955, marked and corrected copy
"Why We Fight"
"World Court, Compared with Supreme Court of U.S.," Madison Literary Society, Madison, Wisconsin
Writings at Denver University, 1904 (?)
Writings, 1914-1917, Madison, Wisconsin (articles and press notices)
Writings, miscellaneous notes
Zimmerman orders, 1919
Scope and Content Note
Autobiography, 1908-1912 (?)
Autobiography, Manchuria Crisis, 1931-1932
Scope and Content Note
Biographical sketches, articles, photos, etc., 1944-1947
Biographical magazine articles
"Our Far East Pilot," by Anne Hard, 1928
Biographical sketch for Rhodes Scholars Records
"Historical record questionnaire," Beta Taus Fraternity
Biographical sketches, "Who's Who"
International Who's Who
Biography and Who's Who
Biography, National Cyclopedia of American Biography
Scope and Content Note
Ambassadorship to Netherlands, certificate of appointment
Appointments and promotions
Appointments to public office
Beta Theta Pi, Handbook
Birth certificate affidavit
Birthday and horoscopic data
Description of Hornbeck's publishing activity
Hornbeck, Stanley K., 1929-1943
Letters of introduction and recommendation
Military record of service
Newspaper clippings, invitations, programs
Trip, 1935, Hawaiian Islands
Utrecht, State University of, honorary degree
Wisconsin, University of, Degree L.L.D., June 7, 1965
Personal records relating to early experience at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar
Personal records relating to parents
Hornbeck, M. D. and L. K., diplomas
Hornbeck, Lydia K., last illness letters, etc. from Mary Helmle to S. K. H.
Hornbeck, Lydia K.
Hornbeck, M. D., writings (of Hornbeck's father)
Honors, medals, diplomas, Bibles
Family and Personal Correspondence File, 1903-1957.
Scope and Content Note
Letters to his parents, 1903-1908
Letters to his parents, 1909-1914
Letters to his parents, 1915-1920
Letters to his parents, 1921-1923
Letters to his mother, 1903-1905
Letters from his mother, 1906-1909
Letters from his father, 1903-1909
Letters form his parents, 1909-1911
Letters from his parents, 1912-1917
Letters from his parents, 1918-1923
Family business file,
Letters to and from parents, 1918-1919
Letters home, 1924-1925
Letters from Vivienne Hornbeck, 1945
Letters not answered, 1952-1953
Miscellaneous letters of L. K. and M. D. Hornbeck
Congratulatory letters to S. K. Hornbeck, 1904
Letters from mother, 1924-1925
Last letters from father, 1923
Personal letters, 1960
Apartment, 2139 Wyoming Ave., N. W., 1938-
Athenaeum Club, London (See also: "Clubs")
Beta Theta Pi, 1944
Beta Theta Pi, 1944-1946, Reception for S. K. H. and V. B. H.
Beta Theta Pi, Bigwin and Points East, 1950 and 1952
Beta Theta Pi Convention, 1954 Oxford
Beta Theta Pi, 1953
Beta Theta Pi Convention (California), 1953
Beta Theta Pi, Old Point Comfort, 1951
College Club (Boston Women's), lecture, 1928, not delivered
Cosmos Club, Foreign Affairs Group meeting at, 1962
Christmas Cards and others, 1944
Hornbeck, Donald W.
Hornbeck, M. D., 1935, Grant Avenue Church, Denver
Horneck Guest List, January 1946-1947
Hornbeck, Harris and Ewing
Hornbeck, in department
Instructions, travel orders, commission, etc....address to Queen
Invitations, acceptances and refusals, 1946
Letters to newspapers
Marion and Bernice Hornbeck
Marion A. Hornbeck
Memoirs - Franklin, Massachusetts
Pioneer, in U. of Denver, December 1928
R. R. Hornbeck, 1931, 1944, 1957
Reviews by, 1956
Sojourners (National) Club
Springfield Century Club
Thank you notes received and sent
Travel orders, 1947
Trips 1935, SS Memphis, Arizona, etc.
Trip to London, October 4, 1943
Twentieth Century Club
Vivienne, May 20, 1946
Wellesley Hills Women's Club, Niles, Marion
Scope and Content Note
1920-1928 (3 folders)
1930-1935 (4 folders)
1936-1939 (3 folders)
1936-1939 (4 folders)
1940-1945 (4 folders)
1941-1944 (7 folders)
1945 (5 folders)
1946 (4 folders)
1945-1949 (11 folders)
1950-1951 (6 folders)
1952-1954 (8 folders)
1955-1966 (12 folders)
Special Documents File
Folder 1: Intercepted Japanese telegrams and notes from Hornbeck to the Secretary of State May 9, 1941 - November 30, 1941. 29 items
1) Telegram, May 9, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
2) Note, ca. July, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
3) Note, "We should note," Initial SKH, 1 page
4) Note, September 17, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page, 2 copies
5) Memorandum, July 23, 1941. Unsigned, 4 pages
6) Note, July 28, 1941. Initial SKH, 2 pages
7) Note, August 2, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page, 2 copies
8) Telegram, August, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page, 2 copies
9) Letter, August 16, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
10) Note, September 2, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page, 2 copies
11) Note, September 2, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page, 3 copies
12) Note, September 3, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
13) Telegram and Note, September 5, 1941. Unsigned, 2 pages
14) Telegram, September 10, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
15) Telegram, September 7, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page, 2 copies
16) Telegram and Note, October 11, 1941. Initial SKH, 2 pages, 2 copies
17) Note, October 21, 1941. Initial SKH, 1 page, 2 copies
18) Telegram, November 4, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
19) Telegram, November 10, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page, 3 copies
20) Note, November 12, 1941. Initial SKH, 1 page, 2 copies
21) Note, November 12, 1941. Initial SKH, 1 page, 2 copies
22) Note, November 12, 1941. Initial SKH, 1 page, 2 copies
23) Note, November 12, 1941. Initial SKH, 1 page, 2 copies
24) Note, November 19, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
25) Note, "We Now Have Clear Evidence." Unsigned, 1 page, 2 copies
26) Note, "We Have Occasion." Unsigned, 1 page
27) Note, November 25, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
28) Telegram, November 30, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
29) Telegram, November 30, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page, 2 copies
Folder 2: Churchill, 3 items, November 1941 - November 1943
1) Note, November 6, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page, 2 copies
2) Letter, November 7, 1941. Unsigned, 2 pages
3) Note, December 8, 1941. Unsigned, 1 page
General International Organization, outline. Bound volumes
Committee on Post War Programs, Military Government of the Far East. Volumes and folders.
Miscellaneous, foldered but undated
Miscellaneous, Department of State, ca. 1939-1942 (3 folders)
Miscellaneous, Department of State, ca. 1938-1945 (3 folders)
Miscellaneous, Department of State, ca. 1937-1942 (3 folders)
Miscellaneous, Department of State, ca. 1939-1941 (3 folders)
Miscellaneous, essays and bulletins, 1948-1958
Miscellaneous, clippings and photocopies
China: Newspapers, unclipped. Press clippings, miscellaneous.
China Memoranda, ca. 1920's. Section from Open Door Policy, E. T. Yen
Miscellaneous clippings, memoranda, correspondence
Washington Conference 1921
Genoa Conference 1922
Peking Conference 1924
Large document foreign language unknown
Miscellaneous, letters, unsorted Clippings, "Miscellaneous Advertising"
"Peace and War," United States Policy, 1931-1941
Tentative list of treaty collections, 1919
Treaty of Versailles, with Index
Review of Washington Conference
Administration, Siamese State Railways, 1920
Chinese Railway Statistics, 1920
Contract for Chinese Government Railways
Chinese Railway Statistics, 1916
Hornbeck Guest Book
Hammond World Atlas
Clippings (subject folders)
Undated handwritten notes
Notes for speeches, 1949-1950
Williamstown address, 1929
Treaty of Versailles
List of treaties and arrangements in force between Great Britain and China, 1925
Miscellaneous newspaper clippings
Unsorted correspondence and clippings
Maps, clippings, library labels, handwritten notes
Notes for speeches, ca. 1930-1932
Notes for speeches, ca. 1928-1932
Notes for speeches, ca. 1930
Geographical Character of Pacific Area, 1926
"The Chinese Tariff," 1921
The Conditions of Peace, 1919
State Department memoranda, ca. 1932-1934
Interview with Hornbeck, 1965
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85 photos of Hornbeck's family and ancestors 1900-33
25 photos of Stanley K. Hornbeck, Mostly portraits. undated
21 photos of Hornbeck's classmates at University of Denver and Oxford. circa 1903-07
93 photos of Armenia and work of the American Military Commission to Armenia. List of captions in envelope E. 1919
93 photos of scenes of daily life on Bali Island, Indonesia. circa 1910
90 photos of Ambassador and Mrs. Hornbeck at informal social events. 1944-47
129 photos of Ambassador and Mrs. Hornbeck with visiting government dignitaries, at formal social events, and at military reviews. 1944-47
13 photos of Ambassador Hornbeck and staff of U.S. Embassy in The Netherlands. undated
10 photos of Admiral Henry K. Hewitt during his visit with Ambassador Hornbeck, The Hague, The Netherlands. undated
11 photos of Herbert Hoover during his visit with Ambassador Hornbeck, The Hague, The Netherlands. circa 1946
1 photo of Queen Mother Elizabeth and Lt. Gen. Percival J. Montague. 1946
1 photo of Secretary of State James F. Byrnes and Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov of the U.S.S.R. undated
32 postcards of European scenic and cultural sites. undated
30 photos of Gen. Eisenhower during his visit to The Netherlands. 1945
127 photos of scenes in China taken while Hornbeck was an instructor in Chinese Government Colleges. 1909-13
17 photos of friends and colleagues of Hornbeck while he was an instructor in Chinese Government Colleges, 1909-1913.
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25 photos of friends and colleagues of Hornbeck, including Cordell Hull, William R. Castle, Paul S. Reinsch, and Generalissimo and Madame Chiang Kai-shek. undated
3 group photos of Hornbeck's colleagues in the State Department, circa 1930-40. I
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3 photos of newspaper cartoons of Hornbeck, 1941-1942, and 1 photo of a newspaper picture showing Saburo Kurusu (Japanese envoy), Joseph Ballantine (U.S. State Department), and Kiehisaburo Nomura (Japanese Ambassador), November 1941.
1 photos of Stanley and Vivian Hornbeck on vacation in the West. ca 1940's
20 miscellaneous and unidentified photos. undated
47 oversize photos of Hornbeck, 1919-1932; Hornbeck's family and classmates; group photo of Institute of Pacific Relations Conference, Honolulu, 1925; State Department colleagues, including Frank Kellogg and Henry L. Stimson; scenes and friends in China, circa 1910.
8 oversize photos, including group photos of Sec. Kellogg and State Depot. staff, 1929; 4th Annual Convention, Military Order of World Wars, Boston, Oct., 1924; and Oxford and University of Denver classmates.
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United States ambassador's farewell address to Holland 1947 March 6
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