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Register of the James Stuart Douglas Miscellaneous Papers, 1922-1935
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Series Description

Box Box 1

CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL, 1925-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Extensive correspondence with specific individuals, arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Relates almost entirely to European, particularly French, World War I debts to the United States, and proposals for their reduction or cancellation. Includes a few letters neither from nor to James S. Douglas.
Box Box 1

CORRESPONDENCE, CHRONOLOGICAL, 1925-1935.

Scope and Content Note

Less extensive correspondence, relating to the World War I debt reparation issue, arranged chronologically. Also includes a few letters neither from nor to James S. Douglas.
Box Box 2

PRINTED MATTER, 1924-1933.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, pamphlets, periodical articles, reprints, and other printed material relating to the World War I debt issue, arranged by physical form.
Box Box 2

SUBJECT FILE, 1922-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Reports, memoranda, resolutions, speech transcripts, press releases, notes, miscellany, and other primarily non-printed material, relating predominately to World War I losses and financial reparations. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Container List

 

CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL, 1925-1934

Box 1, Folder 1-2

Andrew, Congressman A. Piatt, 1925-1926

Folder 3

Bacon, Henry Selden, 1926-1933

Folder 4

Chew, Oswald, 1926-1934

Folder 5

Delano, Frederic A., 1925-1926

Folder 6

Mitchell, J.F.B., 1927-1933

Folder 7

Peabody, Frederick W., 1926-1929

Folder 8

Snyder, Carl, 1925

Folder 9

Washington-Lafayette Institution, Inc., 1926-1927

Folder 10

White, Walter, 1926-1927

 

CORRESPONDENCE, CHRONOLOGICAL, 1925-1935

Box 1, Folder 11

Undated

 

1925

Folder 12

1926

Folder 13

1927-1928

Folder 14

1929-1935

 

PRINTED MATTER, 1924-1933

Box 2

Clippings, General

Folder 1

n.d.

Folder 2

1924-1926 July

Folder 3

1926 August

Folder 4

1926 September-December

 

1927-1928

 

1931-1933

 

Clippings of articles by or about James S. Douglas

Folder 5

Pamphlets, many of which are printed speech transcripts.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by author.
 

SUBJECT FILE, 1922-1934

Box 2, Folder 6

General

 

Beaumarchais, Pierre Augustus (Caron de). Ellinwood, Mr. Beaumarchais, 1925. Typescript study, includes cover letter.

 

Mining

Folder 7

War losses. Correspondence with representatives of various U.S. and Allied military departments in an attempt to establish figures for Allied war losses from July 18, 1918 to Nov. 11, 1918. Correspondence dated 1929 Nov.-1930 Feb.

 

War reparations.

 

General. Resolutions, notes, press releases.

Folder 8

Arizona State Legislature, House Joint Memorial 16, Relating to Foreign Trade and Commerce. Published in the Congressional Record, 1933 March 28

 

Andrew, A. Piatt, Should the Debt Settlements be Revised? Speech delivered before the American Economic Association, 1927 Dec. 29

Folder 9

Conkey, George T., The Cost of the War Fought in Common. Typescript study, includes correspondence arranged chronologically

 

Hoover, Herbert, Speech given 1922 Oct. Typescript copied from The Commerical and Financial Chronicle of New York, 1922 Oct. 21

 

Houghton, N.D., Public Opinion and the War Debts. Typescript copy, includes cover letter, 1934 March 1

 

Peabody, Frederick W., If America Were France, 1926. Pre-publication copy of a newspaper editorial